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The team work of L. W. T. S. boys was unexcelled in the last half when they sometimes made as many as three goals in a half minute. The work of Jim Lewis in running the floor and the work of Wesley in getting the ball out of the mix-up- s had the opponents guessing. Cook did effective work in the last half, while Calhoun and Powers held the ti i Jx uuuu SUGGESTIONS. r vW J. KNOX HALL. the best ways to help a town is to speak well of it. tt is true patriotism to stand by your own town, and interf ests that effect the town should effect, every citizen. A perfect town is that in which you see the farmer patronizing the home merchants, the laborers spending the money they earn with: their own tradesmen, and all animated .by a spirit that will not purchase articles abroad if they can be bought at home. We are pleased to see many of our citizens taking active interest in improving their homes and "grounds. A little effort on the part of each citizen would give our town a prominent position upon the map. Nature, has done much for us in picturesque scenery, now let us do much for ourselves along the improvement line, I 18C&, Death of a Good Woman. Whistling. al S. H. S. boys safely at bay as guards Reece and H. Popplewell who went in the last half had both been sick in bed last week, but did effective work. The determination and grit exhibited by L. W. T. S. girls' team has made Lindsey no less proud of their girls, especially as they defeated one of the strongest teams of the State. The game was exciting and bitterly contested from the first, and Columbia won by sheer pluck and determi- Supporiyour home merchants. This something that every man ought to be proud $do. Your home merchants are n)en who are always with you. They, are men of tried integrity. They are men who have a livelihood to earn ahd reputation to uphold. They are not irr business today and out tomorrow. ! They do business at the same old st&nd, day after day and year after year. You buy an article of your homeJmefchant and if it is not exactly as He represents it to you, you can always find him, and he is more than 'willing to make his word good. Besides, he is a man, who, no doubt, has leu you have goods time and again on your promise to pay after harvest or when the spring opened and you could get work. This is something you should think of when ordering goods of a foreign firm. "Will they "carry" you till after harvest? No indeed, if nation. you want their goods you must pay for Saturday evening the male basket- them when you get them, and run the ball team of Shepherdsville moved chances of the coffee being half peas over to the High School and played and the sugar half sand. It never the club of that institution before a pays to patronize any smooth speaklarge crowd, the final score being 41 ing stranger who tells you that the to 10 in favor of the local quintet. men whom you have known and done "The visitors were clearly outclassed, business with for years are swindling making only one field goal in the en- you. He, himself, is not around on tire game. Shepherdsville was the a mission of mercy that he may take first to score making two points after a place among the throng that will fouls, but the High School machine walk the streets of the New Jerusasoon began to work and they were lem. never headed. The playing of Lewis In many towns of this size women's featured. clubs are numerous, and while they are criticised by some, they are cer tainly beneficial in many ways. In Buys a Fne Farm. small towns and villages the club has Mr. Frank Hill, who is a brother of been a special providence to many a Mr. Fred Hill, a druggist at this weary mother or to the woman of few place, purchased recently a fine 135 early advantages and large aspirations. acre farm, known as "Plnewood," in In our great cities women's clubs have Fayette county, four miles from been the first to institute social re The Lexington Leader says forms and to call public attention to the farm is one of the show places of crying evils. Fayette county. Mr. Hill waa reared You want good advice? Rise early. in Columbia, but for a number of years Be abstemious. Be frugal. Attend has been a citizen of Wayne county, to your own business, and never trust where he has been engaged in stock it to another. Be not afraid to work, raising. He will remove his cattle to and diligently, too, with your own Fayette county and will continue to hands. Treat everyone with civility buy and sell fine stock. The price of and respect. Good manners, insure the farm is not given, but it is under- success.- Accomplish what you understood to be big figures. Mr. and Mrs. take. Neveribe mean rather give Hill will remove to their new possess- than take the odd shilling. - Honesty ions in February. is not only the best poiicyt but the . Make Time is 'money. All parties indebted to Russell '& word as good as. your bond. Lex-itgto- n. - bank, died at her home in Cane Val She was about seventy-fiv- e years old, a consistent member of the Baptist' Church, and had been for many years. She was a woman who enjoyed .the friendship of every body in the community, and in her death Cane Valley loses a resident who will not soon be forgotten. She is survived by her aged husband, who has passed his eightieth mile stone and a number of children, all grown and married. She was a daughter of Daniel Bryant, and grew up in the Clear Spring neighborhood. Her father was an honorable citizen, a gentleman who t.hp. whnreahnntRi had the respect of the people of Adair WANT TOTCWnW Mr. Gaither Bryant, who of David H. Lawhorn, who has been ?0UDfcy lives near Fairplay, was her brother. missing from home since Jan. 13. He left a woman with family on suffering A great many friends attended the and is badly needed at home." If any funeral. one has seen or heard of him, please After a Long Illness. let me know by card or letter Mrs Lula Lawhorn, Crocus, Ky. ley- - Cast Tuesday morning, January the We read in the Courier-Journof at Q o'clock, Mrs. Clemmie Eu- recent date that at the conclusion of bank, who was the wife of Joe Eu an address by Speaker Clark, in the Business Meeting Church. at Baptist The regular business meeting of the Baptist church will be held on Wednesday night, Jan. 26, 1916. There is important matter to be' considered, so we urge a full attendance of the membership. 6. P. Bush. Soda Fountain for Sale., Mr. Wyat't Smith, who was a native of Green county, but who had lived in Adair for the last forty years, and in Columbia for more than twenty years, died at his late home, in the Tutt Addition, last Friday morning. He was sixty-seveyears of age, and was a victim of heart tronble. He was a plasterer by trade, but had not been able to work for several years. He leaves a wife and five or six children, three grown daughters, two of them married, being in the South. His wife was a daughter of Mr. N. B. n Do-hone- y. - only-policy- We are ready to go 'for our1Irt.-H,,.vjL--. 'n ' spring goods the last of the week" and', center Live within) iourj incpmo,, need the cash. Ninety,nine may say rjp, ttie Russell & Eubank, r J Take off yoiircbat; don't be,af raid of manual labor., America is TKeep out of Married at the Parsonage. large enough politics unless you-a- re sure to win. Last Saturday afternoon Mr. E. S. You are never'-su- p to win, so look ' Rice, a very prominent farmer and out. one of the best citizens of Adair counWhen the tongue of trade is coated, ty, whose home is in the Cane Valley when the eyes and limbs of the clerk section, and Miss Myrt Squires, a are dull and languid, when the raging .daughter of Mr. W. F. Squires one fever tackles the empty vitals of the of Adair county's best young women, till, when the spider roosts in the were married by Eld. Z. T. Williams, empty cash box, and bouquets of de at the home of the minister. It 'was cay are on the chandelier, it is cona very quiet affair. clusive that the advertising doctor has not been consulted. W. T. Hodgeu, of Campbellsville, All honor to the man who earns his who perhaps is the largest wild anliving by honest toil. He, it is, above imal dealer in Kentucky, sent a repreall others, who is always pulling for sentative here in the person of his son. better things. He is always on the Ralph, last Wednesday, in a special community band car, advertising for live rabbits, ask- front seat of the wagon. He is the first resident to ing for 1,500 for which he was willing to pay 15 cents cash per rabbit. This greet the stranger and tell him that is visiting the best town in the dealer of wild animals has, made a he state. reputation all over the United States. When a town ceases to wow it He buys all kinds of animals and fills commences to die, and the more the orders, not only in Kentucky; but from Maine to California. He is' not people $ry to kill off each other in only a very good business man, fbut 'he their business and good name, the stands high with the white population, more rapidly, will utter ruin come to and also with his own race. He is as all. Stand .together for the advanceprompt to JMfet his obligations at this! ment of every citizen. If a man office as any man on our books. shows ability to prosper do not pull him back with jealousy or weigh him John D. Sharp, of Amanda vllle, is down with cold indifference. excusable. The cold, disagreeable Many a woman goes out shopping weather kept him away from Columdressed in silk and enveloped in perbia at the opening of circuit court, g husband the first time he has missed for many fume whose new suit of clothes or a hasn't had a years. He sent a representative in years. Yes, and the person of W. E. Morgan, who Is decent meal in five many a loafer stands on the street also a regular. with a stinking pipe in his face, his from Mr. S. L. Coffey, dated tankfull of booze and his mouth full A letter g wife Groveland, Ga., Jan: 19th, states that of profanity, whose had a new dress or a kind word he has a good school and is well pleased hasn't with the climate and the hospitality since she was married. Every citizen in a town should be of the people. He will teach in the interested in its prosperity. One of until summer. 3eth week. ButooinpteaeaUtod settle thW&"a" ' ': -- '' h!un-dredtriyes.' falU: ''"' assisted by Eld. Z T. Williams and Rev O P. Bush. The interment was in the Columbia cemetery, a great many friends were present to express The Louisville Herald of January their sympathy to the surviving mem21, says: James Garnett, who recent- bers of the family. ly retired as Attorney General of Kentucky, was the guest of honor at a Public Sale. banquet at the Watterson last night given by the members of Hiram Chapter, Royal Arch Masons. Mr. Gar-neOn Thursday, the lOtli day of Febis past grand master of the grand ruary, we will, sell at the late residence lodge of Masons of Kentucky. Mr. of W. T. Walker, and where we reGarnett formerly lived at Columbia, side, the following property, at. public, "Ky., but he has now opened a law of- outcry. Two head of horses and two fice in Louisville, and' will make his mules; six head of cattle; several stacks home' here. jCo vers were laid for sev- of hay; one good binder and a lot of enteen at'theoanquetlastc night, and farming tools, household and Isaac Woodson presided as. toastmas- We will also sell ourfanrj, ter.: containing 175 acres,' IS acres first "bottomland, privately, and-i- f not sold by dateof sale will sell it to the highMust Settle. ? est bidder on tftat date. Air'persdns indebted to the late Tiie puniic sale win oegin at a, a. m. , firniof Page & Taylor, rmist call and Ellen Walker, settle at once. The partnership thasWalker. been dissolved, and the old business There are several negro men in jail must be wound-up- . " 12-land have been for months. Awhile Page & Taylor. before Christmas one or two broke out with a disease which was proMr. O. C. Hamilton, who lias 'been nounced small-powas no't in an the electrician for Mr. A. H. Ballard aggravated form, butItthe health offor some time, has bought a half in ficer, Dr. S. preP. Miller, took terest in Dr. Page's drug store, and caution to have the inmatesthe of the the inventory was taken last week, jail, including the jailer and his famand Mr. Hamilton is now at the store. ily quarantined, hence there is no He is a very exemplary young man, danger of the disease spreading. Dr. one who will be attentive to business, Russell, who is not a health officer, and who has many friends who will but has seen the patients, reports to take a delight in trading with him. The News also that it is small-poin a light form. The disease is not inWe need every dollar that is due as, terfering with the affairs of Coand those who are indebted will please lumbia, every body moving along in call without farther delay. We do not the even tenor of their way. want to publish another warning notice. Mr, Geo. W. Hancock, of Taylor !3-Giir & Walgeser. county, and Mr. C. C. Warren, of "Green county, made application beMrs;-- Octavia Whited,. who lives near; fore Judge Carter,; last week, for law Garlin, announces the engagement licenses'.. The. court appointed Mr. daughter; Oma, to er.. Perry L. Gordon Montgomery and Mr. L. C. Wolfwhoisajnlnister In the U. B? Winfrey, to examine the applicants. Churcli;' his work being on iheiAlbany Theexamihatiens --being satisfactory, circuit;. The marriage will take place the Clerk was ordered to issue licenses early in the spring. to said applicants. 13-ttt kitch-furnitur- e. The furniture and fixtures at Gill & Waggener's store must be sold at once. Easy terms if wanted. For further particulars address, f. Murray Ball, Edmonton, Ky. the Baptist church Saturday forenoon, conducted by Rev. S. J. Thompson, The funeral services were held at House of Representatives, Washing ton, D. C, the wife of Congressman Kincheloe was repeatedly encored while whistling several times. What an age of advancement in the arts and sciences. Would one of her countryfied female fellowfolk be encored for practicing such frivolities right out in meeting. This, coupled with our craze for national preparedness, carries me x back to the days of Auld Lang Syne and between the two there hangs a tale. "Aunt" Sytha Lester, whose parents being dead, made her home at my father's. She was of a remarkable romantic turn of mind, and as she was my senior by a few years, she would frequently relate imaginary stories of Indians, wild animals and generally a boy with gun and dogs that bagged the bear, killed a great many Indians, ana maKing many es capes. It sseemed to require but little effort on her part and would occasional ly be continued indefinitely. Some of them would have aDDeared well in print, while they were intensely in teresting to me and would usually be tola in consideration of work on flower beds or other items of light labor which most always preceded the nar-- rate. Once she was due me an account of how a man taught a whist- - " ling school and after giving a general outline of the proceedings at a school of this kind, and in order to better demonstrate the matter would assume, quite a commanding attitude, facing the scholars and call out "atention, all!" which .. always convulsed the scholars and prevented the pucker. She explained to me, however, that next day he commanded each pupil to chew an unripe persimmon after which their lips couldn't unpucker without being greased. Although I took several lessons, and as Dr. Benjamin-Franling said of himself, (I paid dear for my whistling.) I have' never become a good whistler, though this was many years ago. We have not observed much improvement in the act, .v for many whistle just like grandma , ' granddad did- .. --. Jones. at Columbia, Ky... nair-breadt- h er," k- .- . --- . JT. ; , u "i : ...Jet be preaching-a- t Union Church next ihstn Sunday- - morning at 11 'tfclpck.,, ri n ..Ifthe weather permits there wiiMsae ' jll u. J "'Coffee- Down. C i -- -- t-Josi.e - Hone Run Progress I3-- 2t '') ; ' 12c -- "'' . ,. These "are best brands;; Garrison Bros.: :: 2t x. The Story Telling committee of the Self Culture Club will meet at the Baptist Church Saturday afternoon, Jan. 29th, at 2:30. Every child come and bring some one. It is a Fairy Story afternoon and lots of un in store. Self Culture Club. Eld. C. C. Lloyd, of Russell county, has been engaged to preach this year for the Cane Valley, Egypfc, Mt. Gilead ' '. and Mt. Pleasant Churches. , x, Greensburg Loose Leaf House. The GreensburgTobaqcamaretia5 sold for the past week 29,000 pound?' of tobacco at a good price on both bur-ley and dark tobacco. Prices ranging on burley from $frto $19 per hundred pounds, dark tobacco from ?3 to $11.25 per hundred. WebiVe'SeTaahTimberbf good crops of dark tobacco at an average of 8, 8 ' and t9, including the entire crop of lugs and leaf. We have sold a number of good crops of burley tobacco at a high average this week. The highest for the week was one good crop of burley grown by Mr. A. H. Akin, of Greensburg, sold yesterday at an average of $18.50 Bring us some of your good burley and we will assure you to get the market value. E. G. Dobson. 2t of-he- r Farm for Sale. hard-workin- hard-workin- Mr. J. D. Todd, who was kicked by a mule,two montns ago, .breaking one There have been eight or ten pro of his legs, was in town last Friday, fessions at the 17. B. Church since the the first time since the accident ocrevival services commenced. The curred. meeting will continue through this week, and. there, is a probability of it Judge Carter's next court will be going into next week. The interest held at Burkeevllle, Russell court to 10-- 5t mile from Campbellsville pike. Call on me. W. R. Williams. inches for heating stoves, My farm containing 200 acres, three feet, and also hogs net. miles northeast of Columbia, and one 12-tMoss & 18 f. Wanted at Lindsey-Wilso- n wood 4 Chandler. Regular 50c Coffee 121c 17c; 16c- - is growing. follow. A at coffee Albin Murray's. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS From Missouri. We certainly enjoyed Charley Browning's visit with us last Bogard, Jan. 8, 1910. summer and was glad to have Editor News: You will please find enclosed $1.00 to pay for the good old paper, The Adair County News, for the year 1916. We feel that we can't do without it. It brings much sadness as well as many joys. We also received a copy of the Green County Record that "Sawney" back with us again. He has improved in health and has a nice job in CarrolLton, Mo., at a good salary. We have missed It's Here -- Come WKHKKUBBmKKmmKm In -- See (t v Jim Shirley fe coritained the obituary of our We dear Brother, Sandidge. were so sorry to hear of his death. Wish we could have been with him during his last illness. His dear family has our deepest symBro. Sandidge became pathy. my pastor soon after I joined the Cumberland Presbyterian church at old Union, and continued so for 29 years. 18 Years of that time I served as Deacon and Treasurer of that organization It was a pleasure indeed for me to help to collect his salary. In looking over the old record I South-eaMissouri. We enjoyfind there is a very, very small ed his short visit with us very per cent, of the membeship left much. that was there when I begun col Our little town, Bogard, is now lecting in 1890. The Hughes, Robertsons, Grissoms, Turks, Al- equipped with electric lights. iens, Stotts, Moores. Logans, Carrollton has run a line north Bradshaws, Staples, Hindmans, 8 miles to our place and then Walkers, Flowers, Diddles, and west 2J miles to Bogard. They poles dropped along the Wilmores. Some have gone to have the other states and many have gone northern route of a mile which I don't runs by our house and then east on to their reward. know whether I will ever be 7 miles to Bosworth. Lina will back in Old Kentucky again or run a .line south 5 miles and tap the Bosworth line. So the Car not, but I hope to. rollton plant will furnish the When Robert was back there power for the three towns. last summer Mr. R. F. Paull said My son, Coakley, is still runto him: "Bob, when your father ning his restaurant and grocery landed in Columbia two years Bogard and is enjoying ago I believe he was the hap- store in I a fine trade. Robert is starting piest person I ever saw. thought he was going to shout in on his fourth year on the farm right here on the square." Now with Mr. W. F. Butcher. Lethia position as AssistMr. Paull, if you don't think that resigned her leaving home, and coming back ant Cashier of the Bogard Bank got to Old Adair is not enough to the first of November. She make any body like married to Mr. Alva Burbridge shouting, just ask Mr. Sid Bar-be- and they have gone to New Mexfor he has tried it sever- ico to make that their future al times. And just look at" Mr. home. Emma is studying music. . Will McFarland when he took his Phoebe and Helen are in school. trip to California. He said when Mrs. Wilmore and myself are en- i weign he got back to Green river bridge joying tine neaitn. and went up over the ridge and right around 170 pounds and she crossed over into Adair he is not far behind. shouted right there. I will close by wishfng the We certainly enjoyed read- News and its many readers a ing Mr. "Mc's." account of his happy and prosperous year Yours Respectfully, wonderful trip. We have just L. M. Wilmore. received this weed's News. So t sorry for Jo Henry and Etta. It is hard to give up our dear chil dren when they take sick and' die a natural death and so much the sadder when it comes like A General StocK of Goods for this. May the good Lord bless Sale. bereavement. them in this sad We certainly enjoyed reading I desire to sell my entire stock of dry goods The business is being cona letter from our old friend, J. ducted in one of the best business Wish more of the houses which will rent. The stock M. Logan. I boys from other states would is clean, and the purchaser will be I noticed in given a bargain. Mrs. VW. L. Walker. " write occasionally. Mr. M. L. White's communication that he gave his age as passBoards and Fence posts for sale at ing his 58th wheat harvest. When Casey Jones More. tf. thought it must be a I read it I misprint as it may be that is all Notice. he remembers of passing. We thought when he was teaching, cash for all kinds of counin Missouri that he had already try produce. "Will pay 15 cents for reached his three score and ten. butter. Will sell coal oil gallon His brother, B; C, is 55 or 56 barrels for 13 cents. An iron barrel barrel for $3.50. and he looks to be 20 years young- for 84.00. A SOgallon F Hutchison. J. the old gent. Mill-town, mightly during the last year, but I guess Milltown feels like our loss is their gain. Ciris Shirley, of Grandfield, Ok la., has been visiting here for He is- - a. the past few days. brother to Messrs. J. R. and R. W. Shirley, Milltown, Ky. He was born and raised near but has been in the West . for several years Mr. Ben Frank Flowers, of Chillicothie, Mo., dropped down in Bogard last summer and spent He a day and night with us. had just been to visit his mother, Mrs. Lou Staples Flowers, of Paducah, Ky. Also visited his cousin, Mrs. Minnie Pyle, of st Type "Z s The New Fairbi FARM ENGINE 0fy Economical Simple Light Weight f Substantial. Construction Gun Barrel Cylinder Bore Leak-proo- f Fool-proo- CompressionComplete with Built-i- n Magneto MORE THAN RATED POWER AND A WONDER AT THE PRICE JL 2 lit & X. $7C00 J. F. Dannehold, Pres. 3 H. 6 H. P. - - $60 F. O. B. FACTORY P. - $1102 Sold by Stone C J. P. PATTESON, Columbia, Ky. Stone, 6 Treas. J, F. DannehoM, Jr., PIce-Pre- s. feel e, Geo. Twyman.Scc Main Street Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED Attoney-At-La- w Will practice in this and adjoining counties. MAXTST Strictly Independent. 1 1 1 STREET HOUSE DANNEHOLD & CO. Proprs. 24. 1 32 S. E. Cor. Mam & Twelfth Street Jamstown, : Kentucky Foxes T,nnTSVTT,T,TC, KY. Storage Four Months Free of Charge. Best Light in City. Best Inspection. Sales Daily. Returns Promptly Made. Mark your hogheads, Main Auction Street House. AUTOMOBILE 'GIVEN AWAY to $1.00 each; Coons $1.25 each Grey Squirrels 25c. each. Send them W. T. HODGEN, to $2.50 Write for Particulars. Local Hewa Box 232, f. Campbellsville, Ky. WILLARD HOTEL Center & Jefferson Streets Farm for Sale. My Louisville, - Kentucky. AMERICAN PLAN ATT.. Bates $2.00 and $2.50 with farm containing 200 acres, three hot and cold vafer, Privi- miles northeast of Columbia, and one lege of Bath. mile from Campbellsville pike. Call W. R. Williams. on me. i0-5f1 $3.00 and $3.50 per day with Private Bath, c 50c Local and Long Distance Telephones In all . R-Oo- keep on hands a full stocky of, coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or I A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. 0 D. R. LINDSAT, JYIgr. 7-- day. 45-- 1 Residence Phone 29, office DR. JAS. TAYLOR, ;tlas located in Columbia and will do a General L-- phone 98. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist H. Jones Cye SpCjaIiSt f yr " J. F. Triptett, Columbia. Ky in-5- Special attention given Dlseases-oall Domestic Animals practice. Office, at Besiojence, l mile of town, on FiftythoBsand, beards for, sale, at Jamestown road. Residence on Burkesville Street.' " ' Store. Catey Phone 1146. Office Ib Butler Bolldiag Ad Jes er than 7-- tf . , Columbia, Ky. THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS EVERYTHINGhIN v- - rf- - ZJ$ffi HENRY W.! DEPP, ROOFING Asphalt, Gravfel, Rubber, Galvanized DENTIST Am permanently located in Co lumbia. All Classes of Denral work done. Crow AN OLD-TIM- E NURSE ' CURED Of Catarrh of the Stomach by Peruna. MRS. SELENA TANNER, Athens, Ohio. This Cure Dates From October 3, 18992 "Catarrh of tho stomach. "Was nearly starved!. After taking Feruna I have a good appetite." Sept. 1f, 1904 "I can assure you that I am still a friend of Peruna, My health is still good." April 23, 1906 "Yes, I am still a friend of Peruna. "Will be as long as I live. I keep it in the house all the time." Dect 18, 1907 "I recommend Peruna so often that they call me the Peruna doctor. Peruna recommends Itself: when once tried." 27, 1908 Dec. "I still tell everybody I can that Peruna la the best medicine In the world." Aug. 15, 1909 "Peruna saved my life years ago. I still take it when I have a cold." 4, 1910 'Jan. "I was threatened with pneumonia. Peruna saved me." 17, 1912 May "I am glad to do anything I can for Peruna.' 6, 1914 May "I have always been a nurse. Peruna has helped me in my work more than all other medicines." Mar. 22, 1915 "I have divided my bottle of Peruna with people many times. It always helps." The above quotations give a vague glimpse of the correspondence! we have had with Mrs. Tanner since 1899. Our files, which cover twenty-fiv- e years, include many similar correspondents. 3. 1893 . -- de and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. Office over G. W. Lowe's y Shoe Store Mrs. Margaret Lowell, widow Oct. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. ;ncornorated 112-11- GO- - 6 Eaat Matfcet treci. Between"Pirst and Brook '- - Louisville," Ky. Birdseve viewj'otfour Plant of Gen. Charles Lowell, is dead years at the age of 93. Sixty-fiv- e ago she crossed Panama on a mule. Her husband was a friend of Gen. Grant and her father, Gen. Armstrong, was a grpat Indian fighter. The great battle which has been going on in East Galicia be-tree- n . i- - . ,rr 3r3if'fji9!x nv VS50.V, ByaTMT.lwt 3 jtffBBT " & the Russians and the for the past two weeks is 11 1 ifcfMWWWM still in progress with the RusBillly Sunday says he can sians still on the offensive and Q New York ith $100,000 if ttal fcgR the Austrians defeated at several j, J people will subscribe the money, , points. It is said that one of America s best known millionaires a man who ruined his di-U id Enoch Graham suggests they " z"Aov. in the pursuit of v.ealth stated that To Cure Children's Colds. I d better save the money and "id a millioa dollars for a new Keep child dry, clothe comfortable, But, while surgeons have become very : New York go to h . skillful in performing operations that were Aus-trians sH$1,0 0,00 O.Q " I T0M3 1 avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Houey. It is a pleasant soothing, j How to Cure Colds. antiseptic, raises phlegm "Largest in Dixie" V. J. Hughes ST Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Windows, STOP THE and reduces inflamation. The first! ' dose gives relief, continued treatment with proper care will avoid serious illness or a long cold. Don't delay treat-- 1 t ment. Don't let your child suffar. i quickly. mil set your stomach stimulate it wiUsupplies and regulate your liver, E. S. Helburn. of; bile to the stomach. It will which thus provide the stomach with JUST WHAT Middlesboro, killed a iriner to A. newspaoerrwhich is always IT NEEDS in order to do its wonderful work of digestion more perfectly. camp official. The molessave a N lubricate your bowels, and cause It tr.gr something to help the them willmove naturally and gently. It will AT to tation of a woman caused the whole digestive "Workshop" iaixt vn is, entitled to help and sup get yourorder, cleanse it, oil up the "machinworking trouble at Bosworth where the from the people of the town. ery," strengthen it and you'll be AMAZE." hy the change. killing occurred. Your appetite will improve. For taste GOOD to you. There will be Liven. Up Your Torpid Liver. discomfort or pains. You'll feel STEC. Life will be better worth the living. The Habit of Taking Cold, DO IT. NOW give your stomach the reTo keep yonr liver active use Dr. IN LOUISVILLE lief !. is calling for, before you are Rfco the With many people taking cold Jis a is now BEYOND whose habit, but fortunately one that is eas-- ' King's New Life Pills They insure millionaire, Dealersstomach and $1 .00 bottle. sell 50c REPAIR. GOOD KOOMS $1.00 X3ISR D.A.Y, ily broken. Take a cold sponge bath gooj digestion, relieve constipat.iun, THACHEPv MEDICINE COMPANY, EUROPBAX PLAX. evt,r morning when you first get out Chattanooga, Tenne6se. of bed not ice cold, but a tempera- A'ii tone up the whole system keep Fine Dining Room, Excellent Seivicc, Low Prices For Sa Hy J. N. Paire. ture of about 90 degree F. Also sleep c :.r eye cleur and your skin fresh and your window up. Do this and with Free Suto Bus Nects'Trains. Turkish and Electric Baths hy looking? Onljr 2pc. hX, Paull you will seldom take cold. When you "Y-a-sdrawled the propri do take cold take Chamberlain's Dr. Co. WRITE FOR RSSERVATIOXS. ; Ad "it srenerally fetches em un.u nm,i iiiwumiLm'iiimMaiiaa Cough Itemedy and get rid of it as jaroimd ir time ro say aee." quickly as possible. For sale by Paull Adv. Drug Co Englishman who stopped "Yes," adroirrpd the EnglishI Ex-Mayor. WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Grt a bottle Bell's Drug Co Fine-Tar-IIon- to-da- y. Insist 25c on Dr. Paull Ad . ' at exposure and drafts Eat Tage Dr. King's New Discov silit. . It is prepared from Pine Tar, iling balsams and mild laxatives King's naw Discovery kills and ex- -' 3 tie cold germs, soothes the irri- ed throad and allajs inflamation. heals the mucous membiaiic irehasjou will jou cannof find a! and cold remedy iter over 45 jears isa guarantee or iction. riold by Paull Drug Co Ad Vvoid I once considered impossible, nobody has stepped forward and ofTered to sell his stom- -' .ch to that millionaire. Your stomach is vorth more than a million dollars to you. It s LIFE to you. Tins millionaire s stomach is so ruined by abuse that it can never be made "as good as ew" by any medicine. But YOUIt stomach, ' properly aided NOW can be restored to it3 burn j sufTer from indigestion, "heart- gas ;n stomach, foul breath, sense of fullness after eating, sour stomach, and will act NOW instead of delaying longer, yot lormal condition. If YOU PROMPT relief. cuh J)J Tffl A fiTRR $ I'sjJy8p g gfogjj gyj. .,,,,. tF j A iLT HOU WHEN rt " j j lia ," -- etor, mm km dealers "OLD RELIABLE for its Full Maiket Value in toba bbu ii' Ship Your Tobacco to The LOUISVILLE HOUSE" V'liere.erery Hogshead will have the Best of Attention, and be sold at a western Ameri"County Unit" cas hotel noticed that instead of nation to Democrats, but he has not ringing a bell at meal time the pr yrietor went to the frontdoor shown his gratitude by passing Gov. Stanley owes his nomiover-nig- ht te man "But pardon the question, why do you discharge only one barrel?' "Wouldn't do to shoot 'em Returns promptly made-- v any pie to them. For Rheumatism. As soon as and fired a gun. double-barrele- d shot- the proprietor. both," "Have to keep tother to collect pay for meals and lodging!" Reinry mos Later in the evening the Four months storage Fr. Enhshman commented on this ( Chamberlain's- - Cough Effectual. Glover & Durrett, Mgrs. L. T. Logsdon, Asst. Mgr J. B. Josr;ES HIGHEST PRICES PAID Remittance Mailed on Day Shipment is Received an attack of Rheuma- strange procedure. "That's a novel idea of yours," tism begins apply Sloan's Liniment. Don'L waste time and suiter unneces- - he remarked to the proprietor, A few drops of Sloan's "'filing your guests by firing a , sary agony. Liniment on the affected parts is all gun." ! i No Commission, USDCRTAKER AND E1IBALMEII i Write for Price List Shipping Tazs o Pay esd COLUMBIA, IiY. Any kind of a Casket made ready to send out In a few minntes after receivins order. No extra charge for bearse. All kinds of Ttobes on Over Cumberland Grocery Co. hand. Phone 53 A. M, Saiel & Sons 1SES IoforpcraiH Dtailiihtd LOUISVILLE, KY. Read Our Liberal Paper Ofrefs Tee pain goes at once.. A grateful sufferer writes: "I was suffering for three weeks with Chronic Rheumatism and Stiff Neck, al- though I tried many medicines they failed, and I was under the care of a doctcr. Fortunately 1 hearti of Sloan's Liniment and after using it three or four days am up and well. I am employed at the biggist department store in S. F. where they employ from six to eight hundred hands, and,they surely will hear all about Sloan's Liniment. H. B. Smith, San .Francisco, Cal. Jan. 1915. At Paull " Ad Drug Co. ou need. Bad Habits. L'hosenvho breakfast at eight o'clock taken a great many bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and evertf'time it hss cured ma. I have found it most effectual for a hacking cough and for colds. . After taking it a cough always disappears," writes J. R. Moore, Lost Yailey, Ga. For sale by Paull Drug Co Adv. t "I have or .ater, lunch at twelve and have dinner at sis are almost certain to be A GREAT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. troubled with indigestion. They do nr" allow, time for one meal to digest We will send the Adair County taking another. 'Nob less than News oue year. before ffve hours should elapse between meals The Daily Evening Post, one year, you are traubled with indigestion I; The Woman's World, one year, correct your habits and take Home Life, one year, and you may reasonHome and Farm, one year, ably iiop for a quick recovery. These tablets strengthen the stomach and People's Popular Monthly, one year, enabl it to perform its functions natA beautiful calendar for 1916 all for' urally. For sale by Paull Drug Co. 83.25. If you want reading matter Adv. now s the time to subscribe. tf 's. J . &' THE ADAIR ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COUNTY HEWS xSTOiTKxmxH '' J& Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company (INCORPORATED.) Mid-Wint- er EDITOR. CHAS. S. HARRIS, White Sale January 1ft i Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Colombia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offi- ce as second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. JAN. 26. 1916 Considerable speculation has 'gone the round as to the expense of building the Columbia and Stanford road. It should be understood that the road, as started and which will be completed to the creek, is being made fourwagon loads teen feet wide-thrwideband two deep of crushed stone with ample screenings for ' cover ana which is rolled until hard. Beyond the creek the stone will be only nine feet wide, a saving in stone gf one third of the road now being built. At this date we have not ascertained the cost of the road but having an opportunity to see Mr. U. M. Grider, boss of the rock quarry, we find that the rock, ready for 'the crusher at the quarry has cost the county about 48i cents per perch. This cost falls far below the suspicions of some who seemed to fear that the quarrying was costing entirely too much. So far as we know and so far as our informants who know the business, the rock is being quarried at a very cdnser- vative price if not jreally below ,the averaged. The ...court will meet in a few days and canvass the entire situation at which time we hope to be in position to give further information.. The road that has been completed is good and but for the extreme bad weather would have moved faster and doubtless cheaper. Mr. Grider who manages the quarry is an experienced man and knows ho v to get good ee ' we will inaugurate our annual White Goods Sales. In anticipation of higher prices on Linens and. Cotton Goods, we have bought heavily in these Stocks, and 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 On Wednesday, Ginghams, Percals, Suitings, &c. We Advise you to Buy These Goods Early Prices are Advancing In 75c 50c 25c $1 00 Underwear Garments 7,9c - this sale we will give CLOSING OUT PRICES on all Winter Goods, Mens and Womens " " "' - " " " , : 58c 196 Ladies Odd Skirls reduced 25 lo 35 perct Ladies $1 00 Wool Knit Petticoats 79c " 50c Cotton " 38s Other desirable goods at like reductions, We are closing out our entire stock of American Beauty and Madam Grace Cor' sets at Manufacturer's Cost. . Big Assortment Winter Gloves for Men, Women and Children 25 pes cent, off . 5 50 All Wool large size Bed .'..$4 50' Blankets pr 2 50 Wooll Knap Bed Blankets pr.. 95 Cotton Bed Blankets from . 50c to $1 75 pr. Wool Padded Bed Comforts $3 25 4 00 50 White Cotton Padded Bed , 'Comforts 115 1 00- Grey Cotton Padded Bed 89c Comforts. . . 1 1 - Ladies and Misses Coat Suits"""-Od- Coats and Skirts:' J: "' Mens $15 00 Suits. . , " 1250 " . " 10 00 " 'Of 1 $12 00 ;.. .. 775 925 : $20 00 Ladies Coat Suits ..,.v.$ J 2(75 " " " 17 50. 10,00 " " 12 50 -'- 8 50 ".'.....:. ...:... . 00 Boys Norfolk Suits, assorted from $1 50 to $4 50 formerly priced at $2 50 to $6 00 1100' '- - V..Vi-- : assortment Mens Womens and Childrens Sweaters at Cost. We include .in this cut price sale everything in Winter A large . 10 00-$- 12 50 Odd Coats' ' 50-- $ 7 9 00 " .. 1 Lot 25 Misses Cloaks '$! ' ,. .0il. 550 50 to $3 75 .r '7:75' 1 75 Womens and Childrens Shoes and Overshoes is complete we are. making liberal reductions in this de- -. partment. 6 000 yards Assorted Calicoes in Winter and Early Spring Styles at 4ic per yd. 5 Our stock of Mens, Dress Goods. ",.. 60c Storm Serge, Assorted Shad 60c French " ydc 48c 000 yards 0c Bleach Cotton 8c per yd. 1 this section of Kentucky. ": We invite you to come and look over the largest general stock of Merchandise in ; ! Rjjssell & I never have seen anyone's state ment concerning these matters before. I have heard men say that to vote the bond and let what is the use of paying inter- the next generation pay for the est on those bonds when the roads as we would, but then for money will be idle for so long? them to use. I had wondered if Why not pay for the work as it those men were to die and go up is done and save the interest. to the Golden Gate and St. Peter Did any one ever tell in their was to meet them there and' say letters that they wrote, about there was something left undone how easy they could pay off the that they should have done bebonds, and how much interest fore the came, would they say we would have to pay? I will to him charge it to ths next genanswer this by saying, not that eration? For I cannot consume I ever saw. Now I am going to all the room and they can uee tell what my figures make it, and what we leave. Now if that is if I make a mistake, I hope some what they expect to get through on I would advise them to read one will correct it. Now, the intereston one hundred their Bibles closer than they have and twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars been. I just read a letter from for fivey ears, (that is as short time Mr. J H. Phelps from Russell as bonds are issued for) would county. I suppose he seems to be $30,500. If the bonds were think we are a very ignorant set taken up at the end of the five of people. I will not say that he years that would raise the amount is not right, but we don't like to up to $155,500. Now, the State be told of it in the public. He Road Commissioner said that the saysjhatif we don't bond the State would not pay their part county our boys will soon leave under ten years. Now we would us with tears in their eyes for nave to pay the interest on that the West I am very sorry Mr. which would be $7,625, making Phelps feels this way about it for it is very distressing to see a grand total of 163,125. Now, if I am not mistaken, youV loved ones getting ready to these figures are correct But leave you, never expecting to per cent., more we could pay 25 per cent., more. It is a fact that no one disputes we cannot use all the money at once, and & $& come back until their poor old fathers plods through the mud and makes money enough to send to them so they can make him a visit. Now this is a very ing the county to pay for them. We would like to see good roads', and we would also like to see them paid for as we get them. Now of course some ot the men who are in favor of bonding say, this can never be done, but I say it can. They claim that 5 per cent, over what we are paying now, will pay the whole thing in less than twenty years. No if 15 not make this is trite,-whSenator B. M. Taylor from the or 25 per cent., and pay .a& we .counties of Green. Hart and La- - go. I know if we could pay 5 y Senator Trigg's pauper-idio- t bill was killed and properly so. The nature of the bill was to shift half the responsibility of caringfor this class of the State's unfortunates to the counties. While the Stale is in debt, it would not be right to shift its responsibility to the counties. A pauper idiot is allowed $75.00 per annum for his or her care, and to force ihe counties to pay half the amount would not be right, in our judgment. Let the State cut down expenses by dofng away with useless offices, and in some instances salaries might be reduced. Senators Charley Montgomery and Root. Antle "fought the bill. Senator Trigg doubtreless thought his bill duce expenses with -- ic ueing burdensome, but" his judgment was wrong. rue, is a Republican and is very much in the minority, but on every proposition that has come befors the Senate, touching the interest of the State, he has stood for the right. He is a gentleman of extra fine sense, hence he knows the needs of the people. Good Road Proposition. Editor News: will allow me space in your valuable paper, I will write a short letter concerning the road proposition as some of us see it out here in the mud. Now I will begin by saying, we are for good roads if they will go after them in the right way, but we cannot see the point in bond If you disheartening condition I know, but what could be worse than for them to leave home and poor old father could not send them money to get back on because it took all he could possibly spare to pay the interest on the bonds. Poor boy, would he not be in a fix? With all good will and for Mr. Phelps 1 am going to say I think he is not thinking Of course what he is writing. he has put it to us pretty hard, but I don't think he meant anything by what he said. Now he should remember there was quite a difference in the amount that that Russell county asked for and what Adair county wanted more than three times what his county ask for. Of course they got and we did not, but I expect that there is men who voted for the bonds that if it was to do over they would vote against them. Well," as my .communication is getting lengthy I will close. re-spe- ct .. E.S.Rice, ' Cane Valley, Ky. . w-w- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Personals. Mr. S A. Noe, Lebanon, was here a few days since. Mr. N. C. Davis, Campbellsville, was here last Wednesday. Messrs. W. R. Lyon, Robt. Borders andB. H. Gilpin, called to see our grocerymen a few days ago. Mr. C. S. Harris was in Louisville the latter part of last week. Mr. Zach Taylor, who has been West and South for two years, returnedto Adair county a short time ago. Mr. Geo. R. Miller was here from Louisville a day or two of last week JMr. T. O Patteson was laid up several days of last week will tonsolitis. Lawrence Antle has been qnqje sick for several days. Mr. W. M. Jackson, of the Campbellsville bar. is interested in court this week. Mr. W. S. Ross, of Foosland, 111., is visiting friends and relatives in this and Russell county. Dr. J. N. Murrell will leave for to consult a specialLouisville ist. May be absent 10 days. Mr.lWm. Hobson, of the Campbellsville bar, was in attendance a few days of circuit court last week. 'Mr. L. CTaylor, who holds a clerkship at Frankfort, was here a day or two of last week, in answer to a sum mons as a witness in court. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bridgewater, Green county, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bridgewater, this places Prof. Jack Sanders, principal of the Shepherdsville High School, accompanied his boys and girls to this place to-da- last Friday. Miss Ora Moss left Friday for Johnson county, Xentucky, where she will spend several months with her sister, Mrs. Herbert Smith. Mr. A. A. Huddleston, State's Attorney, finished his business before the court last Wednesday afternoon and left Thursday morning for his home in Burkesville. Mrs. Talmage Smith, Indianapolis, Ind., who has been suffering with erysipelas, is reported better. She is a daughter of Mr. W. T. McFarland, this place. Miss Eloise Baker, daughter of the late H. E. Baker, Campbellsville, was here Friday night, to witness the Gym. games atj the Lindsey-Wilso- n family, who Rev. R. V. Chapin and made an extended visit to relatives in Ohio, returned last Friday, Mr. Cha-jii- n filling the pulpit at the Presbyterian church on Sunday. Rev. Degarmo, who preached an able discourse at fhe Baptist church, last Tuesday night, was accompanied from Campbellsville by Her. L. C. Kelley, who is the pastor of the organization in said town. Miss Sallie Stewart, who has been on an extended visit to San Francisco ard Berkley, California, a suburb of San Francisco, and also Washing-.toD C , returned home last Tuesday afternoon. She had a delightful visit to relatives, some of whom she had never met. She also stopped, on her return, several days with friends in Louisville. n, Additional Locals. Cane Valley Honor Roll. Grade Seven. Rachel Feese Mattie Feese Mary Page Mary Wilson Mary Moore Frances Jones F'ed Murrell. Grade Five. Fioyd Dudgeon Julia Dulworth E ma Moore Nacy Judd Ruth Cundiff Mury Atkinson Mrjr W. Judd J artha Jones. Grade Four: Fred Moore E sie Judd. Grade Two. M v - .rguerite Stanberry lm& Moore. irgaret .Cundiff B eila Judd T -- - first days under some circumstances, but when smallpox is epidemic all gf over the country and all have reason 7V As jail physician and health officer and warning to be on the lookout for of Adair county, I wish to make a cases, or even for suspicious symptoms, statement in regard to the present ep- there is no longer any excuse for phyidemic of small pox now existing in sicians who fail to recognize the disthe jail at Columbia, Ky. On the ease and to cordially You've read and heard most favorable comments on with 26th day of December, 1916, 1 was call- the authorities in prevenitng the Paramount Pictures the quality productions which all ed to the jail by Mr. C- G. Jeffries, spread, excluding chickenpox, which who know, admit are the best. our most efficient jailer, an officer that is essentially a disease of childhood. You can see every Adair county citizen should be It does not look like anything else and justly proud of, as he never neglects the symptoms point to nothing else. PARAMOUNT PICTURES an opportunity to do any thing in his The pain in the back, the hard, shot power that pertains to the health, like papules,, appearing first, in the. Here Every Week welfare and comfort of the poor un- edge of the hair, on the forehead, and Always a high class program, with enough clean Comedy on fortunate man behind the bars. Ar- 'then on the wrists, and all the time s" the bill to make you laugh. riving at the jail, I found one John more abundant on the face and over i Henry Rice, of Columbia, suffering exposed portions of .the body. The Our Offering for this week. from a very suspicious breaking out or disappearance of fever and feeling of Bessie Barriscale eruption with shot-lik- e feeling under relief when the eruption appears, and THURSDAY NIGHT: in the skin upon the scalp, edges of hair, the regularity of the successive stages "THE ROSE OF THE RANCH" face, palms of hands, soles of feet and of the eruption taken altogether make A Western Drama other scattered over the body. I at a picture never to be forgotton by a ' Charlie Chaplin Comic Capers once gave it as my opinion as a case of careful observer. The fact should be FRIDAY NIGHT The World's Greatest Laugh Maker. . smallpox. He then informed me that emphasized over and over again, too, William S. Hart Dr. C M. Russell had been called by that adults almost never have chickSATURDAY NIGHT in John Henry previous to calling me, enpox. When unvaccinated, grown and he gave it as his opinion that it people have a contagious eruptive dis "THE BARGAN" Scenes Laid in the Grand Canyon of Arizona was smallpox. The case was seen ease under existing conditions they again next day by Dr. Claypool, Dr. should be insolated and at least reO. P Miller and myself, all confirm ported as suspicious until some coming the above diagnosis, all agreeing petent authority decides that it is not and pronouncing it smallpox, yet there smallpox. .oJloJriiiJKJft&tf It should be constantly are people in the town of Columbia borne in mind, also, that there is no who claim they do not believe that it such disease as Elephant itch, African is smallpox, and are criticising and itch, Army itch, Cedar itch, or Cuban censuring the board of health and itch, but these are "Nigger" names WHO health officer for quarantining and for smallpox. In all the hundreds of trying to stop the spread of this terri- instances where the disease was reble disesse. There are people who are ported under these and other misleadso ignorant that they will stand up ing designations, our expert inspectors and contend after the best physicians have found only genuine and unmis in the land have given their honest takable smallpox l opinion that they are wrong, and actThe law plainly requires physicians ' ually are opposed to the health officer, and heads of families to report all who is trying to protect their health cases of smallpox or other communica-- ' and lives by using every known meth- ble diseases to their respective Count od to the medical profession, to save Municipal Boards of Health within them and their families from-- scarred the first 24 hours and that they shal face or a premature grave. To those obey the rules and regulations of such t who talk and believe that way I have boards relating thereto, and ampk Mrs. Sallie Coleman, "who died-.i- I will pay 5c each for live no remedy, and nothing more to say penalties are piovided for failure to St. Louis, was born and rearedin rabbits, trap caught, not cripexcept, it is folly to be wise when ig- do so. The law also gives such boards Adair county. Her remains reached pled or injured. Should you norance is bliss. The safe plan in full authority to provide hospital.-- , here last Friday night and Saturday case there "is smallpox in the country physicians, nurses, guards, and ai r hey were interred at Glenville. She hold rabbits any length of time is to be vaccinated. When? Right other things needful in managing an was a lady highly respected and a crate them separate. I will pay now, just as soon as you can. Fort- stamping out the disease at the ex arye circle of friends attended the the above price for rabbits deunately the method of prevention is as penseof the County or Muncipalit. ourying. livered in Campbellsville, Ky. safe and certain in its action as it is where the persons afflicted are in cheap and easy to obtain. Vaccina- digent, and the authority has been Last week in reporting the list of tion and revacination properly done sustained and even extended in fre Juryman, we gave the name of "J. Z with reliable virus, is a certain pre- quent decisions of the Court of Ap Dulworth," as we received it, when it BOX 232 ventive, and is free from danger. peals Fortunately more and more of should have been J. Z. Pickett. In Campbellsville, Ky. This is conclusive of the scientific the Fiscal officials and intelligent peo- the reserve list Ben Conover's name world, after large experience and full ple are recognizing the necessity cf appeared, which was a mistake on the investigation, and may be confidently enforcing the law at the onset as ;i part of the Sheriff. It should have relied upon. Vaccination should al- means of minimizing the expense and been J. C. Strange. ways be done by a competent physitrouble of management. Most of our cian, and the person should be seen by county and municipal boards have disA young horse, the property of Mr, MISSISSIPPI STOCK FARM FOR SALE R H. Price, in some way, got one of S333 acres, about 2000 open. Some him from time to time that he may tinctly less trouble in securing moral In cultivation. - 30 tenant houses. Wednesday, f know that a perfect result has been and financial support than in formei its legs broken last acres bottom land, secured Though simple and painless, years. If this could be further devel Since writing the above we learn About 1000hilly, hut practically balance rolling to all subit is one most important ophrations oped so that the precautions herein from Mr. Price that his colt's leg was ject to cultivation. Grass grows in that one can ever have done As im- suggested could be effectively enforc-- ' not broken, but a joint knocked but abundance on all this tract. About five miles from Railroad. Watered by livperfect or spurious vaccination can on- ed throughout Kentucky for the next of its socket. ing stream. In one of the healthiest ly mislead and give rise to a false six weeks we would have no more localities in the state. Price $15.00 per Mr. Levi Bragg, who had been a acre. For further Information regardsense of security. Failure of the vac- smallpox. If successive generations cination to take only means that the were systematically vaccinated we merchant at East Fork, Metcalfe couu ing Mississippi and Tennessee land, virus was inert and is no evidence would never have any more smallpox ty, for forty years or more, died last "write us, we handle them. 'M. E. WAIN RIGHT, Manager, years that the person will not take smallpox, i Had Ul0se three ggg at thQ jaii been week. He was about sixty-eigh- t Land Department, As is commonly believed, varioloid vaccinated at the proper time we old, and was a man who had the con- BRAMSFORD REALTY COMPANY, Nashville, Tenn. may occur in persons partially vacci- would not have had any use for the fidence of the people He was never nated, but it has been demonstrated quarantine that now exists to protect married. by experience of thousands of observ- the lives and health of Adair county Levi Keen has had a new telers under the most trying exposures citizens. John Henry Rice, the first The coldest weather experienced or ten years, came last ephone put in his residence. und tests that a thoroughly vaccinat- one to take smallpox at the jail, is ap- - here for eight week. Farmers could do nothing but ed person will not take smaHpx, al- parently about well Eddie Wago- sit by good fires, and the business men Zach Clark will leave in a few though living and sleeping in the room ner seems to be improving nicely of Columbia hovered close to stoves days for Illinois. with it This dreadful scourge would and "Dog" Wagoner, who broke out be immediately and permanently last week, seems to be convalescing. F. L. Selby, of Russell county, sold Charlie Richard had the misstamped out if vaccination should be All are doing well, and if no new sases Perry Hutchison 47 acres o land, lypromptly and seriously practiced It break out I am of the opinion that ing near Cane Valley, this county, fortune to stick a nail in his foot is unlawful to remain unvaccinated at those cases will soon recover. for $535. The deed was made last and has been past going the last any time, but in the face of existing S. P. Miller, Thursday. conditions intelligent people should week. Officer of Adair County. Health not wait for the law to force them to Edgar Harris lost a fine hog last Claud Dulworth has purchased an evident duty. Health and school Thursday He was driving it to town School Diploma Examiboards, town trustees and fiscal courts Common for the. market when it evidently got a new motorcycle and is learning and corporations and business people too hot and died. It would have to ride the3e cold days. nation. every where should systebrought about 814 matically and earnestly in providing Ernest Henson is "preparing and requiring vaccine vaccination for The examination for Common School married It cost 60 cents less to all within their respective jurisdic- Diploma will be held at the Superin- now than it dia ten days ago. The for a large crop of tobacco thi3 tion or in their employ. The business tendent's office on next Friday and Government says that the war .stamp year. men in many places, especially in Saturday, January Applicants on licenses is no longer necessary. smaller cities and towns, where facil- will furnish their own stationery and William Smith, one of Adair ities for caring lor cases of this dis pens or pencils Same fee as ior ap Last Monday week the mercury was best young men and ease are usually inadequate, have plicants in teachers' examinations. 2 below and on Thursday it was 60 county's suffered, and areleontinuallj liable to Tobias Huifak'er. Supt. above, quite a change in the atmos- Miss Sissie Pendleton eloped to suffer incalculable loss from outbreaks phere. Jeffersonville, Ind., one day last which paralyze their trade, and which I wish to state through the News can only.- - be certainly prevented' by that I am very thankful to the peoMr. Walter Sullivan has purchased week and were united in marriThe law is am- ple of Cane Valley, and especially Wil- an auto, general vaccination age. ple to secure this, and the time has liam Jones and wife, for services renThe Grady ville letter failed to reach come for its uniform enforcement by dered to my mother during her illness Heck Page got his beard badpossible, but by legal which resulted in her death on the us. persuasion if ly scorched one day last week, process where persuasion, explanation 18th, inst. J. D. Eubank. while sitting by a stove he went an pleas for the public welfare fail. Dulworth. to the difficulty in getting the Next to sleep and fell over. On account ot the disagreeable people vaccinated, the failure of phyweather many witnesses failed to reach We are having some very cold sicians to recognize and report last wee, here up to the middle--oFifty tta&atf tanb fer sale at properly and insolate first and as a consequence but fewcasea weather at present. cases have caused most trouble' in were tried. On Thursday the petit Mont Corbin has about com- Casey Jones Store, management,. There might be diff- jurors were dismissed until Monday pleted his ruidence. iculty in making a diagnosis during the ofthiaweelc: A Paper from. Dr. Miller. - & T PARAMOUNT PICTURES - - ..i.i,. :pajr:lo:r circle SELLS 1st Prize Merchandse Last Call 1 in Columbia , ; ! a RABBITS 1 1500 n W. T. Hodgen, ( ,, J gt 28-2- f j -- . THEgADAIRDCOUNTY NEWS : irA mm STANDING GUARD OVER THE How to be Certain of WHOLE FAMIH of reliable llffers from yours, prejudice then becomes your menace and you- - ought to tay It aside. This is said in the inter-;of people suffering from chronic sonstipation, and it Is worthy of their mention. In the opinion of legions of reliable American people the most stubborn lonstipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of it before, but do not doubt its merits on that account, or because not been blatantly advertised. It it hassold very has successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to their children today who were given it by their parents, and it has been truthfully said that more druggists use it personally in their families than any sther laxative. st Curing Constipation thing to overcome, of but a few of thousar showing the esteem in which Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is mild, gentle, not violent, Wee salts or cathartics. It cures graduallj-anpleasanUy so that in time nature again does its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel specific Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can ave. a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge bv sinmlv addrpssinrr n- "W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Montlcello, 111. Tour name anl addre a on u postal card will do. non-gripid hard jut where health is at stake and the opinion thousands people Prejudice is a tetters recently received from JT E Morrison. Tenn.. and Ada 118 "W. Chestnut St, LouisviK Kj, are Myers, Hair-mersmlt- HexaZt fatdeA&eb The laxative tablet 1 'with the pleasant taste Protects everymemberof tiie family from Constipation-th- e re i i enemy of good health WSS" We have the exclusive selling rights for this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. Ul 10 25 50 ..- - PAULL DRUG CO. THE REXALL STORE Music as an Aid in the Develop- J mem of Character. word s we express chiefly our imperative need for in every soul. thoughts, while by tones we self-expressi- on Methods of education have undergone absolute change in the last few years. Formerly instruction began with the adult's conception of things; the object being to impart this knowledge methods begin with the child's experience and the things whiGh interest him, and broaden out to include the whole field of learning. Formerly the effort was to secure opportunities for education; now the perplexing question is to choose, from the multiplicity of opportunities, the best. There isnoother branch of study which provides so great variety", or such all around development, to the child. Modern -- mechanical, intellectual and as music. Music, therefore, has become an essential element in the training of children. No expenditure in time, money and hard work in after life can make up for the lost opportunity in early childhood. The mind and muscles gradually lose their elasticity -- and pliability. The organ of hearing becomes less sensitive, and the memory ar-tist- ic, be-com- less retentive,' imagination less vivid, temperament 16se3 its finer qualities by contact with the more practical side ful consideration because there of life, and a child's time be- is need of effort on, the part of comes more and more occupied educators and parents to over-as the years advance. .Very few come this evil. It prevails to an children, if any, have no musi- alarming degree, and is even ft cal capacity. The best time to poisoning those of good inheri- discover and develop this ability tance " es mainly give expression to our emotional states. It is true that language our in the word thoughts tinged with feeling and this naturally expresses itself in the musical intonations of the voice. It is also true that in the tone language there is plenty of scope for thought activity, especially in the matter of musical form; but .in music feeling comes first and thought takes second place. Quoting from a kindergarten teacher: "Emotion will express itself; and emotion and expression act'and react upon each other. Unrefined expression arous- es unrefined emotion, which in turn suggests unrefined thought, which is quite liable to stimulate ignoble action. Music should stimulate' refined emotion and provide a refined form of ex- , . r, i pression, i nave noticed witn that with the music, a deplorable use slang and seem to move together, and have devel- oped 'with great rapidity among the class of people where wealth been so suddenly secured as to prevent the appropriate cul- -' ture to balance the bank account, subject is worthy of though are-often . . so-call- ed rs -- ! I j j i j I ! J j I j The study of music teaches the is before it has been obliterated child to become a good listener. through neglect. 3Y,Music is a language to inter-- It also teaches the child the- art j'ji pret feeling. The difference be- of expression, and this in reality tween the spoken language and is the aim and object of all liv " - ihe tone language is this: by ing and learning. 'There"is an The great music came into existence be- cause it was in full affinity with the best thoughts stirring in fresh, earnest souls. The same unsatisfied, deep want that shrank from the old Puritanic creed and practice; that yearned for the beauty of holiness, and for communion with the Father in some sincere way of one's own without profession; that kindled with ideals of a heaven plain. on earth and a reign of love in will provide The wise harmony with Nature's beauty her home with the best victrola and the prophecies of art, or phonograph that she can found unwonted comfort in the so that her children may strains of our composers. Children should learn to under-- hear the very best instrumental stand and appreciate music as a and vocal music. Children will impressions Part of their general education. never outlive the In a city there are always after made, as gathered around the they listnotfn concerts to be attended in table in the living room the winter months, especially en to the great patuutic songs, those of fine orchestral music in- - religious melodies and selections oper.a. pr,. UU1UIC"' A"c "cu iu nUtMMin Tli vf from the best e If music is a few- j in- the home sWry of each of the great posers should be known, the num-o- f life it is' equally ac i the school " Ders on the program explained as days of 'the child. Nothing so mater ?' to his & a3 possible, the motive made and ft . Should concear and the child's ear taught to follow the different instru-ha- s form to the same h.h standards ments. Children love music, in literature. and will listen delightedly to a It is impossible i develop mus sic appreciation wiwjout music to performance that is wholly Where such concerts are a p p r e c i a fce or terpretation beyond the reach, a mother without the intei . ation. of ar should try in some way to pro- - tists. Good music w'll become vide a substitute i for them. popular by much Hearing, as is Even in country places ameteur the case in Eucf .. Never be- recitals can be arranged -with lit- tore in tne histor; of education t tie trouble. It is a duty we .owe has there beensuch opportunity our children to give them an in- for hearing, ipr in.imate and antelligent knowledge of the alytical study of xorm and con composers and their works. tent, both vocal apd instrument- Music is as essential ' to child- - Ul. hood as is play, They revel in fFome music Jsi ould always s trains of melody with,the same possess exquisite refinement. freedom as does the" butterfly Nothing cor3e, noth: ig tawdry, when flitting among the flowers should be tolerated in fireside mo-her pur-chas- in the sunlight. Their ear is trained at an early age, but later All becomes conscious thought, and with it the need of careful guidance. Then care must be exercised in the selections they hear, The and the very best of both instruSTATE JOURNAL mental and vocal music should be brought within their reach and Of Frankfort. Six issues per week Only Daily Paper at the they should be permitted to enState Capitol joy it. From Now Until April Like painting or drawing, mu1, 1916 For 50 Cents sic is an educative force, but Less Than 5 Cents a Week. probably has more influence in No other paper will have as large character-buildin- g than either. a staff of reporters as The State It not only appeals to the ear Journal to cover the presentses- sion. If vou want to kpen nnst- rT with the pleasures of sound, but w : .... ea on an leatures or. news at tne teaches lessons of refinement, S State Capitol this is your chance. () Keep in touch with State poJi- truth and beauty. Nothing tics and see what, your Eepre- makes the home circle more atsentatives are doing. tractive than music. Gathered Send all Subscrintions to $ around a musical instrument, all The Adair County News, the members of the family pass Columbia, Ky. a happy evening, and this is not & S SS).4-SX'XSXXft2!XS the only benefi : to pe derived, for the entire group is lifted to a higher mental and spiritual About The Legislature ?xsses j (8) J, J Wm A of E POULTRY CURE e, r , w r BOURBON Jk r la the drlaking: Makes Heas Lay water Aaaziagiy Mil P"stsorbymaiijostpld. ti uum poultry uoos SO'JSBOK BEHEST Cures Roup, Colds. Cholera. LJmberneck Prevents Sick-ces- s. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons o medicine. At Jrcr- - nee. Vaiu- Kj. M. LutagHw, song With this limitation there is plenty of music, gay, merry, tender, lifting, and swiftly appealing to' whatever is beet in the hearts k thoe who sing or play, and those who livten. If the laddie his a fancy for the mendnlin nr a hania bv all at means let Dim nave ic &. ooy is safe if he has some innocent hobby that keeps him happy in his home evening?. The banjo does this, and the banjo. Democratic among instruments as no other , "iK-regre- t ? - - com-rag-tim- con-tribut- es ' clas-Thi- S"1C- -- is, maybe carried anywhere and eosts little. I Long before-- - the Jews vvere carried away to Babylon, David, the Shesherd boy who became a king, played on his . harp to charm away rhe demon of melancholy that had fastened upon Saul, and the moody famous monarch i heard, and was saved.. Music has this office still to soothe pained hearts,' and uplift pressed souls. de- . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS From' Georgia., Rugby, Mr. T. J. Rosson, one of our KMldeace Phone 13 B Butfaes Pfao e IS A HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Foot Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. Husband I could January Editor News: 10, 1916. DR. J. N. MURRELL IDENTISTI not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking Came to Rescue. it From the very first Catron, Ky. In an interesting leltei from this placp, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should alL At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what In my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Ladles soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept. Chittiinooea Meildne Co., Special Chattanooga. Term., for Instructions on your case and book. Homo mat, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment for Women." sent In plain wrapper. j w dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles jvithout its tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped more than a million women, in its 50 6 Woodson Lewis aREBisrsBTJiia5 ky. x 2L have the road. DENTIST We had a nice Christmas, and OVER FiUJXJL. DRUG CO. every thing passed off well. Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up Columbia, Ky. I would be glad if the LegislaThis $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 $ ture of Kentucky would do away OFFICE PEONB John Rosson, of Red Lick, was RES PHONE 2D. Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. with the county certificate, and up to the burial of his brother Mason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c. Quarts 45c. let it be an elementary certificate last Wednesday. of the same grade and good any Half Gallons 70c. A Splendid where in the State. I do not Jack Brogy and family visited International Harvester Company's 8. Disc .X Clubbing Bargain like the idea, of the State Nor- at T. J. Thompson's last week. Spread- Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure We Offer Mrs. Kate Akin, who has been mal ruling the Legislature of the he Adair County News ers at 25 per cent, off wholesale prices.f I. State. I do not think they visiting in Texas for several and H. C. Prices. should dictate laws to "rule the months, has returned home. The Cincinnati rural school. I think that the The Woodman delegation from $ International Harvester Company's Disc teachers of the rural schools here attended their meeting at Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent, less Weekly Enquirer $ should be consulted as well as Gradyville, last Saturday night. C. Prices. Prices good while than I. H. Both One the State Normals. I think the Sunday School has disstock lasts Our Year teachers in the rural district have For Only banded until warmer weather. We also sell the Superior Wheat Drills, the as much right to suggest legisla Subscription may be Mrs. Frances Rupe still stays Oliver Chilled Plows the farmers best friend, tion on the school laws as the new or renewal State Normal Schools. The cer- in a poor condition with her leg. Bellvue Disc Harrows and Walter A. Wood What the Weekiy Enquirer is Mr. Austen Bryant and Miss tification of teachers has been a Smoothing Harrows. It Is issued every Thursday, graft in Kentucky tor years, and Lucy Rossen were married last tion price $1.00 per year, and it Issubscripone of Yours For Your Good Will, X I would love to see it stopped. Sunday by Rev. H. T. Jessee. the best homeallmetropolitan weeklie of today. It has the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the If a teacher holds a first or Mr. Bryant is a prosperous young world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading: news. It carries second class certificate in one farmer from Fairplay, and Miss a carries a great omount of valuable farm county it ought to be good in any Rossen is the daughter Of Eli matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous deState. Lawyers are good, why Rossen, of this place, and is one partments make it a necessity to every ome. farm or business man. not teachers? Doctors are good, of the counties best accomplishOTCSENSBTJTRGL This grand offer Is limited and we advise yon to take advantage by subscrib'ng for why not a teacher? Why com- ed girls. She will be greatly the above combination right now. Call pel a teacher to go over to anoth- missed among the younger set. or man orders to er county and take the same exThe Adair County News, Arthur Curry has moved from Columbia, Ky. would at home in Gradyville amination he Birds, and we C. D. order to teach in that county? welcome him here. x VETERINARY SURGEON There is no good reason, for that Mr: Lawrence Harvey is selllaw, nor never was. The only Attention. Landowners ing out to go to Illinois.s and will WELL DRILLER reason for it is graft. Now if leave in March. We hate to T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do you can fix it so the State will give him up, for he is one of our I will, drill wells in Adair and have it to pay, you will soon do correctly. your Surveying best neighbors. adjoining counties. See me .be away with that obnoxious-lawthirty-thre- e years He has Now is the time for the members foTe contracting. Latest im, Found a Sare Things. Legislature .to. make their; Special Attnetin. to Eyes of the experience. . Chargesjea- proved mchiiery of all kinds. mark. I hope the teachers will LB. Wlxon, Farmers Hills, K. l, Ftatulo, Spavin or any tar Piimp Repairing Done. Givt sonable. Phpne 74 or- Tablets for rical work done at fair price. 1 km riseup and help to- - stop this well fixed to take care of stocks Hob yean for dteordew ettho otomaoh aad nratiCall. write dse when work is done, or .stock graft; liver and says, ''Chaisberkiin's,' Tabxemeyed from stables. Withvb8t,wishe to The. News lets are the best--I haevcVHsed." T. f . Faulkner,! I0GIES IESIIENCE and its readers. Torjsaleby EsUOl Drug Co. Adv. MWKKWILLE ST1EET. Jaa. O. Prock. Columbia. 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. This leaves me in the sunny South where the winters are warm and snow unknown. I know nothing of the snow storm or those cold North winds that are felt in old Kentucky. It is cold enough some time to save meat. It is too warm now for that here. Last week I did not have fire in my school house. It was warm enough without it. Times are getting better here all the time. The farmers are preparing for a large cotton crop. Mules are very high. They are worth about $250 to $300 a head, and very common at that. I have taught five weeks, and will begin on the sixth week in the morning. I have a five months school, and will get out in April. I have a good neighborhood, as good as you will find here, and like most all the people I have to deal with. I am located on the National Highway running from New York to Jacksonville, Fla., and am in a few hundred yards of the Georgia Southern railroad. It runs from Macon, Georgia, to Jacksonville, Fla. You can hear an auto or train most any time in the day or night that you want to. best citizens passed over deaths river last Tuesday, January 11, at 8 p. m. He had been confined to his bed since last August and suffered from tubercolosis, and his lungs, kidneys, stomach and bowels were affected. He has suffered death hundreds of times before he died. He was 54 years, 7 months and 5 days old, and had been a member of theM. E. Church South for 21 years. He was trustee of the Breeding church and a zealous member since it was built and his home was the preacher's home. He leaves a bereaved widow and two children, Birdie and Alvin, to mourn his Joss. He made a model husband and father and they will miss him neighborhood so much. The will miss him for he was a friend to the poor and the orphans, and if he could not help any one he would not pull them down. He was interred in the family burial ground, near here. The funeral services were conducted at the graveyard by Rev. Winston Roe, and a large crowd was present. We ask that his family and friends may meet him in Heaven. During Christmas a girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Simp son and it only lived four days. Your scribe tenders them his deepest sympathy. Mrs. Simpson has been in a critical condition since and has had several doctors and nurses waiting on her. Office, Front rooms 'in Jeffries up Stairs. BTd'e Columbia, J. B. Stone - Kentucky N J. H. Stone SAVE $20.00 NOW $55.00 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 do any kind of Tin. Work, Eoofinp, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythinG in my line or repair work in tinorsheetiron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. S. E. Bridgwaters, I understand the Dixie High- way will cost $20,000,000 If you will give me the money you may Dr. James Triplett $1.35 Woodson Lewis, KY. tt$xix$ &&&&&$&$ Crenshaw Surveying -- to-ne- ar v Poll-evi- ,- - LKATHN-NEA- KEI 1GME5 v$5- - 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Let Nothing Keep You Away. Be On Hand. Remember Sale Extended 10 Days Longer, Closing Feb. 5. "' 1 M Going Out Of Business H i $j3M?p. ?s :1pf-- . :,. h' till the-'startlin- f & was , Sinclair Old Stand, Columbia, Kentucky. $19,800 This Stock Must be Sold Out. Come and get a Bargain. Notice to every Man, Woman and Child. We will place this entire Stock on out in TEN DAYS. This beautifuljstqck of high grade Dry Goods. Shoes, Clothing, Etc;; will be placed at the public sale to .Qf fllNG LIKE IT BEFORE. NOTHING LIKE IT MAY EVER OCCUR AGAIN. Like a stroke of Lightningfrom mercy of the public. announcement, that the entire $19,800 Stock of GlLLS: WAGGONER will beTplaced on public sale to a clear sky; comes . TT rwiri. i be closedrout:in 10 days. A special appeal to the people in this entire section of Kentucky; Wait! Wait! Wait for. the biggest, best, most startling, Uqmercif uj, jijijda iicfe sale evef known in all past history of Kentucky. Jlt'js past Believing "$19,800' worth of the world's MUST GO. be closed out in 10 days. NOTHING RESERVED, ENT.1RE-JSTOC- K GOING OUT OF BUSINESS, STOCK MUST BE SOLD. be-clos- ed g kj nt y nfnTn Jk ' -- jo. 10aDay5:Only-Open- s 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, GRANDESTBIGGEST 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. Columbia, Ky., Friday, January 14, 1916, Clothing Department. LOT No. for 1, containing f- - at 9 a. m. ,r- f Men's Department., - GOING OUT OF BUSINESS PRICE LIST. 34 Men's Suits that sold .7". $10.00, Closing Out Price TTV. .T. ." $3.98 - Dry Goods .20 Dress Goods, now .25. Dress Goods, now .50 Dress Goods, now .75 Dress Goods, now .75 Ladies Corsets, now Department. . . ; LOT No. 2, f containing 43 Men's Suits, all sizes styles. These suits sold for $12.50, Closing and ..yd , yd . .1 1 .14 OutPrice , containing t. ;... 5.98 all sizes :..... ... .'. .'v.-."- . .yd ' .39 .yd , . ,.48, , LOT No. 3, 59 Men's Suits, .39 . 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 Towels! .03 '. . ...... :.:.....-: . 04 08 sale. sale u 14 .10 Ladies' Hose, this sale. . . .'.-- . i . .15 Ladies' Hose, this sale. .20 Ladies' Hose, this sale .'.'.".: .25 Ladies Hose, this sale .65 Ladies' Union Suits, now .40 Ladies Underwear, now .10 Ladies' Handkerchiefs, now .15 Ladies' Handkerchiefs, now '. . 1.50 Blankets, this sale .06 .08 .11 ...?.... .v. . .. .. .'. . ,..-..- : .......,.'... :' ; . . . .19 .39 .23 .03 08 $ .50 Men's Heavy Fleeced Underwearrriow . .50 Men's Best Work Shirts, now 1.00. Men's Overalls, this sale .05 Men's Handkerchiefs, now .10 Men's Handkerchiefs, now . JO Men's Work Hose, this sale. . .......... .15 Men's Fancy Hose, this sale ;.v. .'.' .20 Men's Hose, this sale1 . -. .25 Men's Hose, this sale '. . .75 Men's Dress Shirts, now 9ale .......": V.'. . .75 Men's Sweaters, this -- $ .39 .39 .89 .'...;. .03 .06 .06 .08 - .- .14 .19 .39 .39 .05 -- .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 -. .14 ... -- .98 1.39 i J .19 .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 .79 .98 1.48 .59 .98 Everything Guaranteed as Advertised. Every Article in our Store is Marked Down. Friday Is the Day, January 14th is the Date, Nine O'clock is the Hour, Ten Days is the Limit One Special Lot of Curtain Goods, 15c, this Sale - that sold for 7c yd. Ladies' Cloaks. $ .98 We Earnestly advise you to come early and hold your place at the door. g Sale opens Jan. 14th, 9 a m., Ten Daysfonly .i Closes Satur day Feb. 5. $ 3.50 Ladies' Cloaks, now a 7.50 ti 10.00 " tt 15,00 lt .... 3.48 4.98 7.98 ,? New is the Accepted Time, for when the Sale is over it will be too late to get Bargains, such as we offer. WE MENTION ONLY A Few Prices Taken at Random. They will Convey to You Someidea how this Stock will be Sold - - Our We assure each purchaser absolute satisfaction. We guarantee every garment, price, every settlement here made, and will takejback, exchange or refund your money purchase unsatisfactory for any reason whatsoever. - - - Gill & Waggener SINCLAIR OLD STAND, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY;