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Faulkner against the action being brought for the possession of a calf, was settled last Wednesday night at 7:45 by a jury rendering a verdict in favor of Faulkner. The case had been in court since 1913, and cost amounting to about seven hundred dollars had accumulated. The calf was valued at thirty dollars. The case was first tried before Judge Herriford, who rendered a decision in favor of Faulkner. Dowell appealed and the first trial in the circuit court, the jury disagreed. At the October term, 1914, Faulkner had the case continued on account of absent witnesses. Last Monday it was again called, both sides answering ready, the fight commenced and it was a contest from start to finish, Faulkner being represented by Gordon Montgomery and W. M. Jackson, the defense by J. F. Montgomery, Jones & Garnett and L. C. Winfrey. There were twenty-fiv- e or thirty witnesses to the side, and the jury did not get the case until Wednesday night, rendering a verdict in favor of Faulkner in thirty minutes after go ing to its room. The case was argued for the defense by J. R. Garnett and L. C. Winfrey; for the plaintiff, by W. M. Jacuson and Gordon Montgomery. The controversy was brought about this way: In 1913, Mr. Faulkner and Mr. Dowell had cattle running in adjoining fields and they got mixed, and when separated Mr. Dowell, as Mr. Faulkner claimed, got one of his calves. Dowell claimed that no mistake had been made and that the calf in controversy was his, hence the suit which has been settled. The money expended on both sides would have bought a drove of cattle. As above stated the cost will amount to about seven hundred dollars, Mr Faulkner paying aboun $150, the cost that accumulated at the October term when he had the case continued. The remainder of the seven hundred will have to be paid by Mr. Dowell. He's Use To It. Slain Man's Sisters Here. Religious Spirit at Greensburg. The churches of the town are to have a series of revivals. The Presbyterian church is the first and the Rev. C. M. Brown, Synodical evangelist of the Transylvania Presbytery, is now conducting a meeting there. In February a revival will be held at the Baptist church, to be conducted by the Rev Mr. DeGarmo, of Mississippi, assisted by Dr. Cravens, a singer, of Mississippi. March 14 has been selected by the pastor of the Methodist church as the date for the beginning of the revival at that church. Since the death of the pastor of the Presbyterian church, the Rev. W. H. C. that church has been without a pastor and action has been taken to call a supply pastor for the remainder of the year. The Baptist church has been without a pastor for several months when the Rev-D- r. Ennis resigned to become evangelist for Russell Creek Association. San-didg- e, Green County Bonds. The Fiscal Court of Green county met last Saturday to take steps to compromise the bonded rail road debt The county has an offer cents on the dollar, and a dispatch from Greensburg has this to say concerning the proposition: The judgment holders who own the railroad bonds have agreed to accept a compromise of 25 cents in full settlement of their bonds. This would levy a tax of something over 7 on each 3100 worth of taxable property in Green county. While a large per cent of the taxpayers are in favor of the compromise on those conditions, a number ttiink the compromise too large, as the bonds were sold several years ago for from 5 to 10 cents on the dollar A great many are bitterly T. B. Dowell, It cbsts'k country newspaper money everyftlrae it takes a stand on any question says the shelbyville 'Record. Almost any citizen besides a newspaper man can do it without injuring his business. If the editor advocates improvements the sore heads go after him and sometimes stop their paper. If he opposes improvements, the progressive sort get on him and call him a back" number and a knocker. If he publishes politics, the opposition gets into'his hair and if he does not, he is charged with being afraid to stand out for his opinion. If he condemns mail order houses, there are some people who ask him to attend to his own business, as they have a right to trade where they please. If he publishes a mail-ordad some of the merchants are after his gore. No country paper can come out squarely without mak ing enemies and losing money, and in a run or a year or more will incur some criticism from everybody. The news paper that undertakes to please ev erybody will please nobody. If it is honest and sincere and thoughtful, the public will respect it. er Inquiries of Louis Coy of Cotter last week led to the discovery that John F. Coy, one of the 17 Americans killed recently in Mexico by bandits, is his brother and the brother of Miss Vivian Pope Coy and Miss Elsie Coy, both of 1410 Arch street. The sisters were notified by their brother at Cotter. Louis Coy established the identity of his brother by telegraphing to Biszee, Ariz., where the body was v taken. The Misses Coy are making efforts to secure further information and have written to Sam Wilkerson, who returned to Morrilton from' Mexico last week. John Pope Coy was a great great grandson of John Pope, territorial Governor of Arkansas. He was born in Louisville, Ky., and had never lived in Arkansas. He was an electtical engineer for a silver mining company. The above is from an Arkansas paper. The deceased was a nephew of Mrs. W. T. McFarland and Mr J. W. Coy, this place. Two lively Basket Ball games this week. A team from Williamsburg College will play the High School sey-Wilson Fine 0. 1. C. Pigs for Sale. team Wednesday night and the Lindl Ohio Improved Chester team Thursday night. The White pigs for sale, 4 males and two games will be exciting. females. All subject to register. l4-John Lee Walker. Blood Hound on Trail. I have six 2t opposed to paying any part of this debt Green county has lived under the burden of this debt for forty-odyears and many think a reasonable Farms For Sale. compromise would be for the better interest of the county. A compromise has been talked of If you want a good farm in Hardin for years, but a proposition has never Co., Right in Valley. Fine wheat before been made by the bondholders. and tobacco land. I have some fine The question will be put to a vote of investments right now. Write me, the county if the Fiscal Court accepts J. T. Sanders, Sonora, Ey. the offer of the bondholders. d 14-2m- o. At the Parsonage. Program. Deaths in Taylor County. The following recent deaths have occurred in this county: W. T. Deener, 87 years old, died at his home in Willowtown of Infirmities incident to age. His widow, three sons and a daughter survive. He was a native of Adair county. . Ignatius Gabehart, 85 years old, died at Finley following a brief illness. Mrs. Lucinda Carr, probably the oldest female resident of the county, passed away at her home near town at the age of 93 years. She had resided at the place where she died for seventy years, and is survived by one daughhter, four sons, fifteen grand Cumberland College Basket Ball children and eleven team will play the High School team, Mrs. Arthur Feather succumbed to this place, this, (Wednesday) evening, game to be called a few minutes, pneumonia after a brief illness. She the after 7 o'clock. Come out every body. was 25 years old. great-grandchildre- Following is the program of the Last Saturday evening, about 7 Self Culture Club which meets with The blood hound owned, for private o'clock, Mr. Wm. Sutton, of Greens-bur- Mrs Bruce Montgomery: Paper What- every one loses by not and Miss Blanche Willis, of this use by the Rapid Transit Co., of Co place, were quietly married by Rev. being familiar with Bible Stories-M- rs. lumbia, was borrowed by Mr. McGaha Ballard. and his friends last week to see if O. P. Bush, at the home of the mincould be made as to who ister. A few friends and relatives Paper How to use the Bible with some clue burned his store house on Sulphur. witnessed the ceremony. The groom Children Miss Minnie Triplett. The dog was led by Count Stults and is in the stave business and the bride General Discussion Mrs. Hynes. Bible 8tories classified as to chilimmediately picked up a trail behind is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Willis and is a very deserving young dren's age Mrsw W. T. Price. the burnea building. Over a hundred What not to do Miss Vic Hughes. spectators, mounted and on foot fol- woman. Mrs. Bush. Chairman. lowed the baying blood hound as he Don't fail to try that 12Jc and 18c followed with perfect ease a trail 24 night, Thursday, the coffee at Garrison Bros. hours old for 2 miles to a man's home l4-Cumberland College Basket Ball team and then to his barn. The flog then will play the Lindsey-Wilso- n quintet. gave up the hunt. No accusations Do not miss the contest. Work of the Grand Jury. The visithave been reported as to the results, ing team will be from Williamsburg. but the parties who followed the animals' trail made up a nice purse and The grand jury was in session elevRegular 20c Coffee 17c; 15c coffee seemed satisfied with the result. en days and returned the following 12Jc at Albin Murray's." g, - To-morro- w 2t To Contractors. time last fall that ,LucienJBell, who was at work for the Cumberland It will be remembered that some Grocery Company, andjwho was mak-ing some stores in the county, got into Pettitsfork when the stream was past fording and the horse he was driving got drowned, and also the buggy torn to pieces. The horse apd vehicle belonged to W. H. Wilson & Co., liverymen. A suit was brought by the owners of the horse and buggy, to recover from the grocery company the value of same. It was tried out last week, and the jury rendered a verdict dollars against the deof ninety-thre- e fendants. The mails were very irregular for the first two weeks of January. The roads were very bad and the waters were high, hence all mails leaving Columbia, except on the Campbells-vill- e route, were very uncertain of wife, 75 years old, eleven sons and their destination. This is a great an- daughters, sixty-fiv- e grand children, Deaths in Casey Ctuntyl noyance. Build roads and bridges is twenty-si- x great grand children. the watch word. Mr. J. B. Barbee spld the Mosaic The following passed, over to the Mr. Charles Walls, who is a travel- Lumber Co , New Albany, last week, other side last week: ing salesman, and who has made his through its .representative) Mr, J. A. , Shelby Holt, aged 83. . Cause, dis- home in Columbia for the past five Whitney, a little over 'three thousand eases incident to old age. years, has removed, with his family, dollars worth of oak and walnut logs. Thos. Flsyd, who was in his eighty-four- th to Lebanon. He is very congenial The same company "bought the .J. M. year. He was a member of the and has an interesting family, consist- Thomas timber, nearliilltpwn, paying Christian Church. ing of his wife, five daughters and one over six thousand dollars for same. " " U. D, Smith, aged who .son. They have the beat wishes of was a victim of pneumonia. this community. I have 2 nice building Jots for, sale. Joins the Lindsey Wilson Scfiooir Judge Carter signed the records last e. Mr. Carl Ballou lost a good horse "-"-u j. jr. . eat. Saturday and left for his home, one day last week, appearently from There were fewer cases heart failure. He was en route to A store house containing a small tried at this term than any court for Cumberland river and was leading his stock of goods, the store being run by years in the past. Streams were up horse when ic dropped to the ground Martin MaGaha, was consumed by and witnesses could not get here. fire one night last week. It is beand died in a few minutes lieved that It was set on fire, and See the game at L. W. T. S. ThursHoy bought a saddle efforts are being made to run down the day night. Two good teams will play. W. C. Van horse from Ed Van Hoy for 8125. He guilty party or parties, Admission 25c. sJso bought a four year old fancy drivFred, a nine year old son of Mr. and BertoAkors, who a few days ago, ing mare from W. J. Conover for $185. Mrs-G-. T. Dohoney, Milltown, had was killed by bandits, was a first cousA little daughter, three years old, of the misfortune to get his right arm in to Miss Edna Akers, who is a teachMr. and Mrs. Ethrldge Bennett, died broken a few days ago. He was on a er in the public school, this place. last Thursday. Hhe was a bright little wagon, fell off, the wheels pasting The bandits who murdered him were over niaarm. tot, the ideal of food parent. Uftughtadkilid. 2t -- On the 11th day of February, .1916, the Adair County Fiscal Court will meet at the court ' house in Columbia, Adair county, Kentucky, to receive On account of the treasurer not be- bids on furnishing rock on the Columing able to be present on last Wednes bia and Liberty road. The county day night, our business meeting had will furnish crusher and power torun to be postponed. It will be held next same, including the engineer and jock Wednesday night Feb. 2, 1916. Let quarry. The bidder will furnish fuel, all the members be present as there is oil and everything necessary, to run business of importance to be trans engine and crusher and will furnish acted. o. P. Bush. the rock crushed and put on theroad at such places as the county'may diDied at Eighty-Si- x rect. This to include all rock to be Years. used on that road under the appropri1915. Bidders will be preLast Wednesday afternoon Mr. Cy- ation of pared to execute bond. The County rus Burton, who was eighty-si- x years Judge is directed to make advertiseold, died at his late home in the Little proposition as required Cake precinct. He was the father of ment of this by law, the court reserving the right J. B. and E. M. Burton, and had been reject a good citizen during his long life. toCopy any and all bids. Attest: He left a very good estate. His funWalker Bryant, Clerk, eral was largely attended. By Geo. J. Epperson, D. C. The deceased left his first and only l4-- Business Meeting at Baptist Ch. indictments, classified as follows: -- Breach of the peace Petit Larceny Embezzlement Breaking and entering a dwell- ing Concealed weapons Reckless, weapons, . ' Tresspass Disturbing a congregation Seduction . Buggery Making and drawing a check. ' without funds to pay same Cruelly torturing and mistreating an animal Assault and battery Disturbing worship ' , ?. Though you may be cut off from your early associates,- - and though you maybe separated from all your kindred, young man Is there not a' room somewhere that you can call your own? Though it be the fourth story of- -a third class boarding house, into that room gather books, pictures- - and a j harp. Hang your mother's" portrait) -irfw over the mantle. Bid nnholyniirth stand back from that threshold. - Con- -' secrate some spot in that room ' with' -i. the knee of prayer. By the memory ' of other days, a father's counsel," a J mother's love and a sister's confidence, call it home. a ,i Fresh Pink Salmon 10c at Live Stock Dealers. We Flowers & Patteson. cat- Rev. R. O. Triplett, son of Mr. and Triplett, this place, is now tle in Adair and adjoining counties. engaged in evangelistic work. He reWill pay the highest cash market- cently closed a meeting at Browning, price. We are on the market every Mo., and during its progress there were 51 conversions. Evangelist Tripweek. Phelps & Bennett, lett is a popular minister throughout Missouri. He resides at Monroe City. Columbia, Ky. are buying sheep, hogs and Mrs. C. T. - 14-t- f. fifty-thre- e, The series of meetings at the U. B. Church closed last Sunday night. During its progress there were twenty-fou- r professions and nine or ten additions to the church. Those who 'have not united with an organization win do so later. Trie visiting' minister, Rev. White, of Ohio, delivered many' able dlscourseand he waggery much liked here He is f drclfttlj makingiis points strong and clear.'' ' I. Do not fail to send for th4 February number of the Review of Reviews. National questions are discussed by the ablest of "writers, and the foreign war is given considerable attention. This book does not contain fiction, but facts. Just what you need. Address The Review of Reviews, 30 Irving Place, New York, N. Y. n. We learn from Dr. S. P. Miller, Health officer, that the colored men in jail who broke out with smallpox, have about recovered. He reports one case in the Gradyville country, tea miles from Columbia. White Rock Eggs Full Stock White Rock Eggs $1.00 for 16. Set hens early. J. C. Strange, Columbia, Ky, A fire in the colored settlement, in the suburbs of Campbellsville, one night last week, destroyed property to the value of 84,000, so reported. Tomp-kinsvill- -- Dr. H. W. Depp has rented Mrs. Jennie Coffey's residence, on Campbellsville street, and will remove to it There are fifty grown young ladies in a few days. ' in the dormitory at Lindsey-WilsoIn the boys' dormitory there are sixty Hogs in this section of the State young men. bring from 50c to 75o less on the market. They are classed as mast fed. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Page and chilSam Bardette bought a pair of mule, dren have taken rooms in the Hanfrom Ed'HaocQCk Friday for $166. roomiBtptoiue, Burkesville St. cock 4 - t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS WAR SITUATION. Montenegro may not have flayed her final part in the world war, according to an official an This nouncement in' Paris. states that news of her surrend-srjina- y have been premature, as ithas been learned from another :50urce that the Montenegrin, ne iotiations with Austria have been broken off, the conditions zimposed by the Austrian author-Katie- s being such as Montenegro tcauld not accept. The source of information is iiiot given in the Paris statement, wliich adds that King Nicholas iand the royal family of Montenegro, together with the .diplomatic corps, are about to proceed to -- On the other hand a Petrograd official statement claims that the Jacksonville, Illinois. Russell CreeK. Joppa. i$ Georgia to teach. they came from old Adair, and morning. Miss Rose Hunn closed her Misses Matt Barger, Julia know what is going on in Calschool at Hutchison schoolhouse Loyd and Kathreen Willis have ifornia. Thursday. This is the third entered the L. W. T. S. It is very cola here now. It last school Miss Rose has taught for Mrs. G. W. Turner, of has been zero weather for sev us in succession and we want is spending several eral days and :.as been as low as her to still continue to teach for weeks with her parents, Mr. 13 degrees below zero. The far- us. The children dearly love and Mrs. Tom Upton, near Glen-villmers are not done gathering corn her and can't bear to part with .Italy. Corn is worth 72c per bushel, her. She is so kind to the chilMilitary operations along the Walter Murrell sold a nice hogs 8c, cattle good 6Jc. Coal dren and has a pleasant word bunch of hogs to Leslie Bennett various fronts in the European for one and all. in good demand, worth $3 00 a ctheater of war have been relat 5 cents. Miss Verna Todd closed her atively important since the conton DUt in our cellar, C. W. Young is preparing to school at Rocky Hill last Wed cession of fighting in MontenWell, the farmers in Illinois nesday. The teachers and little build a new residence on his egro and the halt of the Russian use quite a lot of ground lime- children have certainly had a farm near Joppa. .offensive in Eastern Galicia and stone rock on their land. They rough time for school this winJames Holladay and sister, Lois on the Bessarabian frontier. ter and I think they ought to were at home for the holidays. put from 2 to 4 ton to the acre JParis reports quiet on the per ton here get together and see if they can't The latter has returned to her and it cost them n front and the only get the Superintendent to cut school, while the former did not of activity along the Eastern in the city. out the last month or to start on account of his health. rlvont contained in the current Some one will say the men in their schools in June. ( statement from Berlin is that of Mrs. Martha Holladay was visColumbia charge $3 a ton for Carl Cape, of Indianapolis, iting her sister, Mrs. For Children's Cough. a German air squadron which atA. G. Wilground rock and we have plenty who is boss of a large broom factacked Russian storage depots Vou cannot use anything better for lis last Saturday and Sunday, military establish- your child's cough and cold than Dr. of rock here and lots of wood to tory,, was called home to see his other Rollin Willis was sick several steam and labor is cheap brother, Nell Cape, who is at ments at Tarnopol, Galicia. King's New Discovery. It is prepared make days last week. .Emperor William, who has re- from Pine Tar mixed with healing and in Adair county. It is because Mr. Ben Thomas', of Absher, Sunday-schoat this covered from his recent indispo soothing balsams. It does not contain the convicts of the different his old home, and who has been Our We hope he place is doing good work with H. sick for a month. sition, according to an official anything harmful and is slightly laxa- counties does the largest part of from Berlin, which tive, just enough to expel the poisons the work. Then this ground will soon gain his health and be G. Young as Supt. out on the farm. Carl visited H. G. Young and sister, Dora, wadded that he had returned to from the system. Dr. King's New rock is sold to the farmers at ac- his old home, John R. Cundiff 's, were at the bedside of their aunt vthe front, was in the former Discovery is antiseptic kills the cold tually what it cose to deliver the while here and all were over- Mrs. Sarah Barger. Serbian capital, Nish, a Berlin germs raises the phlegm loosens the last Sunday.' ground rock not counting the joyed to see Carl, as he seems dispatch states, and met King cough and soothes the irritation. Sciaaica's Piercing Pain. iFerdinand, of Bulgaria there, Don't put off treatment. Coughs and work of the prisoners at any- like one of the family and had lived there six years before he To kill lead the neive pains of Sciatica ihe monarchs exchanging felic- Colds often also to serious lung trou- thing. They give the farmer good for adults and bles It is went to Indiana five years ago. you can always depend on Sloan's Linitations and bestowing military Paull this advantage ta experiment on the aged Get a bottle ifaonorsupon each other. It is Drug Co Smith & Conover are having iment. It penetrates to the seat of Adv. and they claim it does pay well, their mill fixed where the high pain and brings ease as soon as it is' snat.stated whether the Emperor although the land looks, to be as vproceeded toward the Saloniki water washed out part of the applied A great comfort too with Gadberrv. rich as it can be, but they say dam. Sloan's is that no rubbing is required. front, where the Teutonic Allies they want to keep it that way. x --arsreported to have assembled a There have been several bunchMiss Mary Young closed5 her Sloan's Liniment is invaluable for jgreat army for the purpose of es of hogs driven from this place Tnis grpund rock is used princi- school at Cyclone Wednesday. stopping muscular or nerve pain of inaugurating a movement any kind. Try it at once if you sufin the past two weeks. Prices pally on wheat, oats, clover and Miss Young is a good teacher, .against the Entente forces there, fer with Eheumatism, Lumbago. Sore alfalfa, and other grass. Alfal- liked by all who met her. ranging from 5 to 6 cents. publish-eci"i- n v German casualties as Sprains, Bruises fa is one of the leading crops in Miss Ruth Squires was visit- Throat, Pain in Chest, W. H. Sharp, of Barren counetc. It is excellent for Neuralgia and the official lists to date Morgan county, where I live. It ing at Milltown last week. 2,535,768, the killed ty, was here a few days of last Headache. 25c at Paull Drug Co. is cut three times in one season, it was announced week on business. Adv, For a Bilious Attack. and make from 1 to 1J ton per .in the'British House of Commons. When you have a severe headache, Mrs. Fannie Sexton, of Camp acre, each cutting, and is largely Emperor William of Germany ' .The German official statement bellsville, is visiting her sister, fed to cattle. People here do accompanied by a coated tongue, loathing of food, constipation, torpid underwent an operation last announces that a hostile air Mrs. J. L. Stone. not care for their cattle and liver, vomiting of partly digested food Tuesday which is pronounced .squadron dropped bombs on Metz Mrs. Martha Loy is very low horses like the Kentucky farmers and then bile, you may know that you causing material damage, but no with rheumatism at this writing. Most all cattle here stand out all have a severe bilious attack. While from Berlin as entirely successso far as reported. fcasisalties Mrs. Bettie Montgomery, Ozark winter and horses too, only one you may be quite sick there is much ful. i consolation in knowing that relief Further news came to hand of and R. W. Bell and family, of which is kept up to drive in a may be had by taking three of ChamA third of the city of Bergen tthe campaign in the Caucasus, Montpelier, were visiting their buggy. Most of the cattle and berlain's Tablets. They are prompt where the Russians recently Norway was destroyed by fire brother, R. H. Bell and family, horses don't get any thing to eat and effectual, For sale by Paull Drug in wide offensive over a only when a big snow comes ex- Co. Adv. entailing a property loss of a few days ago. .front and admittedly have been cept what they get off the corn The Johnson school, which is jinaking progress against the stalks and the grass. Lots of A plan in New York has been being conducted by Velmer Aaron 3?urks. Constantinople now The Turkish army in Mesopograss here now is six inches closed last Friday. Velmer is a started to raise $2,000,000 to perthat the Ottoman high. Stock does well. Comes tamia is retreating before the resisting the Russian ad-- good .boy and a good teacher. out fat in the spring. So, the petuate Tuskegee Institute as a vigorous assaults of the advan aries, " Illinois! farmer donft feed ,$tis memorial to Booker TWashing-ta- n. ingBrlBsktfinesV ai'have:beenre.enfored'. Luck to you Velmer. 'have checked the Russians along provender all out to his horse?. Many People Don't Know. r ithe entire front. They sell it to the Kentucky farStates Supreme Montengro is seeking peace The United A sluggish liver can cause a person to hogs or to beef or Grand Duke Nicholas' forces an awful has- upheld the constitulot of misery. Spells of diz- mer feed it and negotiations Court Jiave suffered severely in the ziness, headaches, constipation and cattle to finish for the market. with Austria tionality of the Indiana Em .fighting during the last 'eight biliousness are sure 'signs that your Kentucky farmers make a crop are to follow laying down of ployees Liability Act. .days, according to the Turkish liver needs help. Take Dr. King's and feed most of it out by the arms. .statement, which claims that the 3ew Life Pills and see how they help time to make another crop. 600 refugees from txmeupthe whole system. Tine for Twowhite prisoners in the There are Kel-sasituation now is favorable to the 'the stomach too. Aids "digestion. Born, to the wife of J.. P. the flood situation in Hickman, Jan. 1, 1916; a daughter Rowan county jail 'made their Turks, only alight changes in Purifies the blood and clears the comno damage has beea Sflcape by sawing the bars' of but so far htiTinc been affected by plexions. Only 25c at Paull Drug Co. Darned Helen. done to the fevibe. M. theirprison, the Russian operations. Adv Camp-bellsvill- -- Franco-JBelgia- n men-xfiio- campaign in the Caucasus is developing favorably to the Russians, who have taken strong Turkish positions with comparatively slight losses, while the Turks have suffered heavily. Good progress also is being made in the Russian campaign in Persia, Petrograd declares. Importance is attached to thesQ operations, because, although apparently isolated, they are held by many military observers as to be taken into consideration in connection with the British campaign in Mesopotamia, all three movements converging upon the Easternmost parts of the Otto-- J man domain and throwing a line across the path of any Turkish advance further into the Orient. Little new light has been thrown upon happenings in of Greece, whence reports strongly aggressive movements on the part of the Entente Powers came through German sources. A London dispatch conveyed a statement by the British Foreign Office that it had no news confirmatory of the German reports and that they are believed to be unfounded. interesting to Miss Annie Murray entered Quite a snow fell here last Sunme to see a letter in the Adair the Graded School at Columbia day afternoon and night. Ex Brockman, who has been County News from Glensfork or last Monday. C. E. Hedge, of Indianapolis, very low with appendicitis, is from any part of Kentucky, our oil man, was through this reported to be some better at where I know any one and I part of the county taking orders this writing. like to see the letters from other last week. Miss Eva Murrell returned States of the Kentucky people. Joe H. Todd and son, Clarence, home from Mt. Zion, last Friday, I would be very much pleased who have been visiting friends where she has been for the past to see a letter from California and relatives, returned to their two weeks finishing Sam from Willie or Edrie Ross, as home, Kansas City, Saturday school, the latter going to It is very much Du-val- l's e, e. -- d ol ent - to-da- y. to-i- al aggre-geting388,98- 6, -- I be-rgan- an $15,-000.0- 00. -- - y, po-iMli- nn E.-Bla- ir. A, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS EVERYTHINGilN ;t I'vVi MOTHERS DUTY! Is Your Daughter in Good Health? The responsibility for the perfect wife and mother of TOMORROW rests with the mother of TODAY. How are YOU rearing your daughter? Are you fitting her for the responsibilities that are sure to come to her? Are you endowing her with a sound body, robust health and a clear, forceful mind? Or, are you, by neglect, condemning her to a life of suffering invalidism? 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Clara Barton, founder of the Red Cross society and savior of thousands from death and suffering. Joan of Arc, an important factor in French history. Charlotte Bronte, whose novels are among the best in English literature. (She was married at 'he age of 38.) Jane Austen, whose pen pict- ires of English village life ;e to be immostal. i W1X The Kind Mother Uses" Every time mother gets out Calu met I know there's going to be goodl things to eat at our house. Delicious,, tender, tempting doughnuts, biscuits,, cakes and pies! I've never seen a bake day failure with Calumet. Mother says it's the only Baking Powder that: W :r insures unuuim icsuiis. T - - Vk I Received High est Awacdu " ifV KraCukBMlFru Sn --, SllfluPwmi V Alice Stevens, a New York, is-- ' REMEMBER "Largest in Dixie" a very handy V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds,. Mouldings, STOP AT THE Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog person to take aiong on a fishing trip or any similar excursion. At least that is the opinion of her uncle, Hen ry G Stevens, who, in spite oi the fact that he tips the scalesat 300, is fond of all athletic sports, with especial emphasis on swimming and fishing. , JU When 53 Cheap and big canBakingPowd ers do not save you money. Calmnetdoes it'sPure and far superior to sour milk' and soda. llou(alI At Our - Drug St zy St.. , orey weU I point ifi ? physics are made plains seen how heat rarifies. QALT HOUSE FL-AJS- Une day last summer Mr- - bteVenS took his niece and several ' of her young friends on a fishing nip. Arravpd in thpir hathine- Mr. Robert H. Norrls, No. 1333 Hen- -' North Berkeley, Cal., writes: "We have never had any other medl- cine butPeruna in our home since we .have been married. I suffered with kidney and bladder trouble, but two months treatment with Peruna made 1 and, strong man. My wife mf. a weak and was easily tired and 3 also trouWe ""h various pains. Fist it the air, and when the air in the air in the carafe cools, creates & partial vacuuai. Then is proved the facu. of atmospheric pressun i. by the way in which th'- ..j. . but since she took Peruna she ls and strong." Curious TncRs. they were fishing from a motor-boWHEN IN LOUISVILLE near one of the islands on Long Island sound, when GOOD HOOJIS $1.00 JPEIt DAY. EUROPEAN decided to diversify the Pine Dining Room, Excellent Seivice, Low Prices ft proceedings by takinsr a swim. Turkish and Electric Baths He was at some distance from free Auto Bus Meets Trains. the launch when he was seized WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS. with cramps, and after an unavailing struggle went down. Mr-Steve- at acts A. last we ferepd iif" fH'v "-a- sr f". :':. t- -g s Hl.iy that fiI5r ns thw hlf J id;; .. U'MUl Can you put a boiled egg into vacdriC a bottle or a carafe without breaking it? It seems To impossi-b'- get is imp 2 nz out SgafD be-easil- e, yet it can be done, and at whole the same time an important ciple in air-pressu- prin- isibii but it can ti ted ro the top ami 'hem o y FARMERS AND DEALERS "OLD RELIABLE IN TOBACCO HOUSE" Ship Your Tobacco io The Droved. First be cut up. a? io have the egg boiled hard, and with a long fork-.- . As soon as Alice realized that then peel it. Make a torch of her uncle was in danger, she folded paper, light and push it re bt d.- - va, out: LOUISVILLE "Where every Hogshead will have the Best- - of Attention, and be sold for its Full Market Value Returns promptly made JTour months storage Free. Glover'& Durrett, Mgrs. L. T. Logsdon, Asst. Mgr. J. B. Jones USDERTAKER AND EMDALSIER COLUMBIA, ICY. Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to send out In a few minutes after receiving' order. No extra charge or hearse. All kinds of Robes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co. Home Phone 52 A. Shippinz Tag ' HIGHEST PRICES PAID Remittance Mailed oa Day Shipment is Received No Commission to Pay Write for Price Litt tmd M. Sabel & Sons fasrponte EiUHkLtd LOUISVILLE, KY. 1SSS sprang into the water and swam to his assistance. He had sunk before she could reach him, but nothing daunted, the plucky girl dived for him, and in spite of his 300 pounds, brought him to the surface. Meanwhile the other girls had brought the launch alongside, and they all lent their efforts to getting the big man in side, for Mr. Stevens was unconscious and powerless to help himself. Then for half an hour, they worked over him and ,the apparently drowned man began to breathe again. Famous Maids of History. Somebody inio the carafe. After it has burned almost out Dlace the egg on the neck oi; the carafe, sihall end downward, so that it acts as a stopper. But be sure you do not push it at all. The heat of the burning paper has by this time driven much of the air out of the carafe, and heated what remains inside When it has finally burned out the carafe will begin to cool, the air in it becomes cooler and there-fortakes up much less space. e ILLUSTRATED i The Most Interesting Magazine Published. SO Timely Articles, WORLD -- WJ 73 i- - i with. Oct.1915 ISCent " jf KT l T.oHunto4 Pictttw. J Over 200 Striking Pictures in Each Number Sample Copy Free and say where you saw this adver- Send us your name and address The pressure of the atmospheric ir outside of the bottle is ex- big, human interest magazine which tells you in clear, simple language about all the wonderful things men. are. doing everywhere happenings of the world; is accurate, but never dull; thrilling, but not sensational; fascinating;, but not trashy. Over 200 strikingpictures in every issue. The most interesting and helpful magazine for all the family. For sale by all newsdealers-15- c. a eppy, $1.50 a year, Writm today for a free samel comy. Be. tare to mention thit advertittmenl. Address: acopy of Illustrated World the tisement and we will mail you free It brings before you the vital erted upon the egg, which length ens out gradually and at last drops into thecarafe with a loud has said that old Read Our Liberal Paper Ofrefs A maids are good for nothing, ' but "plump". In this way several important how about these famous maids? ILLUSTRATED WORLD 5809 Drexel Ave.. Cklcale. 111. i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS'! - jeHTHEHlDAlR-CQUHTlME- WS legal limitations, and if his adBY THE ministration holds to present Adair County News Company methods an appreciable saving of public money will result. The (INCORPORATED.) law is the boundary line and no OH AS. S. HARRIS, Editor. man should go beyond its Democratic newspaper derated to the interest of the City of Colombia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offi- Published Every Wednesday Gov. Stanley is starting the. Old Ship of State strictly within 6HELFS -- as second ' PRICE $1.00 PEBYEAR . WED. EEB. 2. 1916 Senator Frost prohibition bill was killed in the Senate last week. The bill was to amend the constitution, giving the people of Kentucky the right to vote for or against State wide prohibition. The vote was 14 for and 20 against, Those who voted against the bill are strictly administration advocates, and took the position that Mr. Stanley was elected on a platform declaring for the county unit. When the vote was announced Senator Frost charged its defeat to Governor Stanley, but the Governor denied 'the charge. Immense crowds are hearing President Wilson on his speech making tour.- - At Cleveland, Ohio, he said, "that the. United States is not afraid of anybody," but that it is "afraid of the danger of shame" if not properly prepared for defense. He said he could not promise to avoid the war and maintain the nation's honor. The address was the most solemn he has yet delivered on national preparedness. Earlier in the day, at Pittsburg. He had said that the country must rely on its youth to the standing army in time of need. This was businesslike not militarism he pointed out. re-enfor- ce Aaron Kohn, the noted Hebrew criminal lawyer of Louisville, died suddenly last Saturday, a victim of heart trouble. He was 6l7ears;old-- t During his career he wis engaged in 399 murder cases. Cole Camp. Will begin at KNIFLEY, KY., SATURDAY, FEB., 5, and continue until March 1, or as long as the stock lasts. Be best to come early while you can get pick of the stock. Below we give you a few prices of the many bargains waiting for you; ,.; All BIG SALE Nfsf 4Ej Dry Goods Mrs. Emma Grissom, of Burn-sidis spending a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. T. T. Bae, Louis D. Brandeis, of Boston, a native of Louisville, was appointed last week, by President Wilson, to fill the vacancy on the Supreme bench, made vacant by the death of Judge Lamar. The appointment was a surprise, but it is said to be a good one, and will be confirmed by the Senate. Mr. Brandeis is a Hebrew, and in religion he is a Zionite. The writer being indisposed Ed Hancock bought a fine draft and news bard to gather, hence horse from Bill Hancock for Cane Valley. no news from our town for some $200 last week. Mrs. Mary Biggs, of Columtime. The farmers of our neighborbia, who taught our school, closM. W. Cooper, of Russell hood are making preparations for The people of Kentucky are ed out last week and returned to Springs, wa3 here one day last a large tobacco crop. going to vote on the State-widher home. She is a fine teacher week. proposition, and the sooner it is and gave perfect satisfaction. On last Tuesday morning at A.fter spending four months over the better it will be for the J. C, Bault, our tobacco man, six o'clock, Uncle John Harmon, State. We do not think the has been real sick for the past a pious old gentleman, passed in Illinois, Mr. Bryant Meece, proposition would carry, but at two weeks. He has shipped over into the beautiful beyond. with his two little children, have years old gone to nouseKeepmg again. the same time the voters should about fifty hogsheads of the He was eighty-thre- e be given the right to express weed at this writing. and had been living with his son, Bryant is one of our best citizens sympathy is felt for Jim, for the past several years. and much themselves. We think the quesMr. and Mrs. Ed Hancock will him. His remains were conveyed to tion should be submitted at some move to their farm they recently Bethlehem church, Green county, David Cooper has returned to time other than at a regular bought of the Jo Thomas' heirs, and laid to rest last Wednesday Illinois after spending a few election. near Milltown. Mr. and Mrs. Han- evening. weeks here with his mother. cock are good people and they will Senator J. E. Stewart, of Row-e- n Curt Yarberry sold Jim C. Dr. J. B. Tarter, of Ono, gave be greatly missed from our com county, died last week. Both Yates, of Bradfordsville, five us a pleasant call Sunday. munity. Houses adjourned for a day out mules last week. K. E. L. Walters.' of Font Hill, Claud Edrington bought a fine of respect pair of black mules from Otis Rev. O. P. Bush, of Columbia, was here one day last week. made us a pleasant visit last Rev. Pennycuff, of Russell Grasham last week for $300. The Atlantic has been forded Monday night. Rev. Bush is a Springs, assisted by Rev- - F. C W.. N. Smith has been conin .the interest of peace, but still gentleman and has many warm Wilson, is conducting a revival fined to bis room with grippe for on. inenos at mis piece. meeting at Coffey's Chapel.' It the past week,-- and Mrs; Mamie i e the-wargoe- ker, at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Carlis Noris and children spent a few days of last week with her' father, J. ,E. Sparks. Little Ed Thomas, who has been attending schooL at Burkes-villhas returned home with lagrippe. Misses Hytie Young, Bettie Jane Irvin, Ruth Thomas ,and Mrs. Lyda Parmley, spent Satur-- . day night and Sunday with the Misses Fletcher. Mrs. Umenes Fletcher, .who fell about two weeks ago and sprained her arm is slowly" improving. Miss Bobbie Traylor and Mr. Talmage Sparks, of Big Renox, were married last Tuesday. We wish them a happy life. Mrs. Nannie Cole and Miss Emma Nixon were visiting at J. S. Morrison's Tuesday. Thomas & Thomas are doing good work in the stave business. C. T. Keen is buying hogs paying 6 cents. Mrs. Sarah Baker, of Amanda-villis on the sick list. Mrs. E. W. Thomas visited her mother last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Baker and children, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Dillon, Ed Cole and family, spent Saturday with aunt Bettie Cole. Miss Ida Fletcher is spending a few days with her aunt, Dollie Baker. e, -e, Calicpsc per yd. Good Domestic 5c yd. Dress Gingham 0c grade JJcyd. 12Jc " 10c yd. " " 5c yd. Aprpn 7c Outing, all colors, 0c grade 7ic yd. Oc Dress Goods 8c yd. " 10c. 15c " " 18c 25c " . " " 38c 50c 1 1 1 Ladies Trimmed Hats price. 'Ladies $12.50 Cloaks $7.48. 10.00 6.24. 5.50 4.24. Misses 4.00 2.98. " Childrens 2.50 1.48. Mens Overcoats 8.50 3.98. Boys 4.00 2.98. 3.30 1.98. Ladies $2.50 Swea Coats $L48. Mens 2.00 1.50 1.00 1.24 $1.00" " 78c Many' other articles in dry' goods notions, etc., at r.,; --- 98c " . 78c pj ices accordingly.' ' ... 50 Boys Mens 38c 4Mi j - ' I Shoes. - Mens AfJBrogan $1.65. Mens fine Shoes in Black and Tan, Button and Lace, i $2,98. . 7 . Ladies, fine Shoes, Black and Tan, Button and Lace, Worth $2.50,- - $ .981 All other shoes in Ladies, Mens, Bays and Children 50c Sweater Coat 38c $1.00 Shirts 78c . " 56c.,, ,75c ft '"9 ai Ut7,.,V . OUC it or JOC icmivi i 3tf'?j r Worth,S3.50,; '-- Mens 50c Underwear' 38cJ 1 ,. ' Ladaies50c " ' SSE .aitex 2TJ ? Ladies 25 c Underwear 19c 6 qt. Tin Buckets , at same low prices'." Mens $4.00 Rubber Bqots?$3.24: " . .2.74 3.50 " 3.25 " Shoes. " 285 " 2.16. 2.10 Heavy Over Shoes $ .56. 1.50 " Cloth OverShoes 1.15. Ladies Cloth Buckle Over Shoes worth $1.10, Mens $1.25 Half Artie Rubbers 98c. " 1.00 Gum Rubbers 78c. ' 8qL " J.U " l4c 1 lie ft: v 26. 1 86c. Clothing Pick of my stock of Mens fine Suits, worth as high as $18.00 at 9.90. Mens Suits worth $10.00 at 6.24. 1 Lot Mens fine Pants $3.00 at $1.89. All other Mens Suits, Pants, Childrens Suits and etc, at same low prices. Mens Best Overalls 78c. 1. i 7.50 " 5:25. " .'.. Ladies 3.50 " 2.25. v e.'B " 6.50 " 4.75. Childrens $2.50 1.48. 50c Poultry Food 30. M " 25c 15c " 15c. 25c Stock $1.00 Dr. Shoops Restorative 39c! $ .00 Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Cure 39c ' qt. muK DucKeis 4c Mpnss.nn Ram rw?'sw K. sq--- - ,. , ; . ... ..-j- 2 "' ?.; 1 " 25c 15c $1.00 Bottle Cough Syrup 65c 50c 35c. " " " 25c 15c $1.00 Alarm Clocks 69c . 50c Vermifuge 25c Mens $2.25 Hats l.48 Mens $1.50 Hats 98c 1 Lot Pictures, Framed, at 29c " " 1" 69c . 25 lb. Bag Best Granulated Sugar $160, ,, Js- - it n DON'T L. R. CHELF, Page has not been doing so well for the past week. '- 1VEISS Irvin's Store. IT. is reported Knifley, Kentucky. that much interest is being taken. With all Europe fighting, the President on a speaking tour, Congress in session, and the Legislature grinding out bills, the papers have lots of news, but all this does not help our bad roads. If all the editors would pull for good roads like the editor of the Adair County News surely there would be a sentiment worked up for better roads that could not be raised, a sentiment which would not allow us to put up with mud from December till May. A condition that almost brings business to a standstill,4 causing a Io3s to all classes of people. keep on hands a fall stock ol coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone 29, office phone 98. 45-- 1 I yr i. F. Triptett, Columbia, Ky a Ad J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Personals. Mr. Graded and High School Honor . Washington, D. C, January 18, A summary of estimates of numJ Students that have standing of 90 bers and valu.es of live stock on farms here last Friday. per cent., or more on each .subject, inand ranges on January 1st, for KenMr. and Mrs. J. V. White, who are cluding deportmnet, and not tardy tucky and for the United States, commore than three times during the victims of lagrippe, are some better. piled by the Bureau of Crop Estimates, month. and transmitted through the Weather Messrs. B. H. Hinton and J. K. Eleventh Grade. Bureau, U. S Department of AgriWhite, Bowling Green, were here a Nannie Faulkner culture, is as follows: iew days since. . Government Live Stock Report. Roll. 1916" E Saltsman, New Hope, was PARAMOUNT ' PICTURES We caler Always Featuring best known players. to the discriminating class. Jessie L. Lasky, Mr. W. T. Montgomery, Danville, was here last Thursday t Mr. J. Q Alexander, Campbellsville, called to see the Columbia merchants last Thursday. Miss Stella Hobson, of Campbellsville,' is visiting Miss Ruba Wagoner. Ruth Hamilton Paul Hamilton. Tenth Grade. Coffey. HOUSES - Ninth Grade! Vera Taylor S? a Mary Hughes KinnairdRowe Herbert Young; 'TU? , Mr J P. Shaw, of Nashville, is spending a few days, visiting Adair county merchants He is a popular salesman. Mrs. R B. Kerr, of Campbellsville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Faulkner. Miss Madge Rosen field, who spent five weeks with her sisters at Mt. Ver- t:s10, 3W '.if non, 111., returned home Thursday night. Willie, a little son of Mr. and Mrs Horace Jeffries was "quite sick several days of last week. Mr. Ralph Hurt returned from Georgetown for a ten days stay last Saturday. He has been sick. A little child cf Mr. and Mrs. Olie Conover fell "last Monday and badly hurt one of its eyes. Dr. J. N. Murrell Is novy .at his 'office, having returned from1 Louisville. Miss Edna Akers, a teacher in .the public school, was confined to her room several days of last week, sufferf ' ing with ear ache. Allen Eubank William Thompson Joe Wilson Stella Antle Frances Reed Ruth Wilson Seventh Grade. Stewart Huffaker Lillian Logan Katie Taylor Eva Walker Sallie Hudson Sixth Grade. State: Number, 431,000, compared with 443,000 a year ago and 447,000 five years ago. Value per head, S90, compared, with 895 a year ago and 81Q8 five years ago. United States: Numbe 21.200,000, compared with 21,195,000 a year ago and;20;277;dbo five years a'gg "Valve per head, $101 60, compared with ago and years $103.-3&ye$lll-46Tffvi THURSDAY NIGHT presents H. B. Warner "THE GHOST BREAKER-SATURDA- Y NIGHT Chas Frohman in presents John Emerson in "THE CONSPIRACY," a Detective Comedy Drama. ar ago. MULES. " " " JBiiooiei McGaha. PARLOR CIRCLE -.- - - . State: Number, 229,000, compared with 231,000 a year ago and 236,000 five years ago. Value per head'' $102, compared with $105 a year ago and 8122 five years ago. -- ; Mrs. Rebecca HarmoD, who has been on the sick list, is some Virginia Smith Mary Summers Anna Dean Mell Sinclair Fifth Grade. Mabel Rosenbaum Rachel Coffey . Marshall Paull Carrie Grissom Marie Ingram . . United States: Number, 4,560,000, compared with 4,479,000 a year ago and 4,323,000 five years ago. Value per head, 113.87, compared with 3112.36 a year ago and $125.92 five years ago. milch cows. State Number, 406,000, compared with 390,000 a year ago and 406,000 five years ago. Value per head, $44.80, compared with $45.50 a nyear ago and $36 50 five years ago. United States: dumber, 22,000,000, compared with 21,262,000 a year ago and 20,823,000 five years ago. t. ! better at this writing. Mrs. MoIIie Floyd is reported to be better. Mr. J. M. McGaha's store at this place was consumbed by fire last Tuesday morning. No insurance. We are all very sorry for him. - last I will pay 1 Call RABBITS 5c each for live rabbits, trap caught, not crippled or injured. Should you hold rabbits any length of time crate them separate. I will pay the above price for rabbits delivered in Campbellsville, Ky. 1500 FOR . Fourth Grade. J. Fratik Walker Frances Russell Nell Smith , Third Grade.'" Allan Mercer . t ' - i, Mr. H. O. Miller, Harrodsburg, was at the Hancock Hotel a few days ago. '- Mr. Luther Hadleyj Russell Springs, was here a few days ago. Mr. G. O. Barnes, fJrocus, - ' Milton Murrell' c . Frances Browning Lucile Winfrey Cecil May Kearnes was here five years ago. Value per head, $33 49, compared with $33 38 a yea"r ago and $20.54 five years ago. SHEEP John Grimsley-- , of Green county, is visiting Rev. I. M. Grims' OTHER Ci.TT.LE ' ley this week. State: Number, 570,000, compared The farmers in this locality are with 543,000 a year ago and 591,000 with, five years ago. Valueiperhead, $30.80 progressing very slowly compared with $30.40 a year ago and their plowing. $20.90 five years ago. ., It's a girl at Joe Powell's'.' Of States: Nunber, 39,500,000, United compared with 37,067,000 a year ago course Joe is all smiles as it is and'39,679,000 , W. T. Hodgen, BOX 232 Campbellsville, Ky. the only child. a few days of last week, a witness in court. Joel and Aquilla Darnell made a business trip to Louisville, Indiana and Frankfott last week Messrs. Margaret Patteson Second Grade. William Kearnes t Annie May Menzies Gladys Ingram First Grade Oliver P. Bush Lynn Jeffries Wade Kearnes Raymond Hutchison Lyne Price Hynes English Eleanor Grissom Margaret Coffey Velma Coffey Es telle Sandusky Rosa Yates. Boards and Fence posts for sale at Casey Jones More. 7-- tf. five years ago. State; Number, 1,160,000, compared with 1,229,000 a year ago and 1,404,000, Who-Wha- t-? J MISSISSIPPI STOCK FARM FOR SALE Judge W. W. Jones and his wife were both beriously ill with lagrippe last week, but at this writing they are on the road to recovery. Mrs D. Ward Denton, who has been with her husband at Erwin, Tenn., for several months, reached home, on a visit, last Friday. Miss Mary Breeding, who was Value per head, $4 90. compared with $4.20 a year ago and $4 11 five years ago. In every field of human United States: Number, 49,200,000, the man or the compared with 49,956,000 a year ago and 53633,000 five years ago. Value product that excels must forper head, $5.17, compared wiih $4.50 a ever live in the white light ing Mississippi and Tennessee land year ago and $3.91 five years ago. of publicity where envy and write us, we handle them. endeavor 3333 acres, about 2000 open. Some in cultivation. 30 tenant houses. About 1000 acres bottom land, balance rolling to hilly, but practically all subject to cultivation. Grass grows in abundance on all this tract. About five miles from Railroad. "Watered by living stream. In one of the healthiest localities in the state. Price $15.00 per acre. For further information regardM. E. WAINWRIGHT, SWINE. a pu- pil in the Western 'Normal, Bowling Green, was taken sick and returned home last week. Mr. Braxton Massie was taken quite ill with acute indigestion last Saturday night, but he is better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. B. F .Hatcher, Camp bellsville, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J". P. Beard last week, Mrs Hatcher and Mrs. Beard being sisters. Notice. I will pay cash for all kinds of coun- Will pay 15 cents for Miss Agnes Conover, who taught at try produce butter Will sell coal oil in 50 gallon LeitchSeld, returned home laat week. This week she will go to Bowling barrels for 13 pents. An iron barrel Green, enter the State Normal, to for $4 00. A 30 gallon barrel for ?3.50 J. P. Hutchison. finish the course for a life certificate. Mrs.' Lou F. Miller, who has been Foxes with her son, G. R. Miller, Louisville, for several months, reached home last Wednesday afternoon, and has taken $2 50 to 84 00 each; Coons $1.25 each a room at the Hancock Hotel. Grey Squirrels 25c. each. Send them Mr. Fred Hill went to Louisville W. T. HODGEN, last week and attended a meeting of to the retail druggists of the State. The Box 232, Campbellsville, Ky. meeting was presided over by a memv 1 tf. ber of the Rexall company. Mrs. J. F. Patteson and her daughtWANT TO KNOW the whereabouts er, Mary nelen, and Miss Sallie Field of David H. Lawhorn, who has been left the first of the week to spend a missing from home since Jan. 13. He month with Mr. and Mrs, S. F. White, left a woman with family on suffering Bradentown, FJa. and is badly needed at home. If any ! compared with $7 20 a year ago and music, or industry, $7 20 five years ago. excellence brings the same rePublic Sale. United States: Number, 68,000,000, compared with 64,618,000 a year" ago wards and punishment. and 65,620,000 live years ago. Value Widespread recognition is On Thursday, the 10th day of Febper head, $8 40, compared with $9.87 a the reward, and the punish- ruary, we will sell at the late residence year ago and $9 37 five years ago. ment fierce denial and detrac- of W. T. Walker, and where we reside, the following property, at public tion. Mt. Pleasant Honor Roll. outcry. Two head of horses and two When a man's work becomes mules; six head of cattle; several stacks Grade 6. a standard whole of hay; one good binder and a lot of Charlie Hood world, it also becomes a tar- farming tools, household and We will also sell our farm, Joshua Butler. get for envious competitors. containing 175 acres. 18 acres flrst Grade 5 ' The leader is assailed be- bottom land, privately, and if not sold Florence Murrell by will sell Clarence Cundiff cause he is a leader, and the est date of salethat date. it to the high, bidder on Earl Cundiff effort to equal him is the The public sale will begin at 9, a. m. Nellie Butler f proof of his leadership. Ellen Walker, Jennetta Hutchison. Josie Walker. Failing to equal him the Grade 4. State: Number, 1,710,000, compared work. with 1,582;000 a year ago and 1,626,000 five years ago. Value per head, $6 50, Whether emulation are constantly at Land Department, Nashville, Tenn. REALTY Manager, BRANSFORD COMPANY, science in art, literature, for the kitch-furnitur- e. Gertrude Comer Carl Hendrickson. Grade" 3." follower seeks to depreciate con- Mr. 'Earl Williams, of Burkesville, one has seen or heard of him, please reached Columbia last Saturday, in let me know by card or letter Mrs Lula Lawhorn, Crocus, Ky. company with a sister, who entered Mr. the Lindsey-WilsoWilliams We need every dollar that is due us, was a former student of the instituand those who are indebted will please tion. call without further delay. We do not want to publish another warning notice. n. Additional Locals. Farm for Sale. l3-- 2t Gill & Waggener. Soda Fountain for Sale. firms once more the superiMatra Hutchison ority of 'that which he wishes Leighton Smythe to supplant. Lorena Cundiff. -There is nothing new in Grade 2.1" Mary Hutchison this. It is as old as the world, Virginia Callisou as old as human passions Marion Hendrickson envy, fear, greed, ambition Carl Comer and covetousness. James Murrell And it avails nothing. The There is a demand for good boys. man or the product that has The boy who is honest, earnest and real qualities of industrious, will not be long out of a in them the job. There are lots of prosperous leadership remains the leader. business men, mercbants and mechanThat which is good or great ics, who are constantly on the lookout for good boys They do not look makes itself known no matfor them on the streets, however, but ter how loud the clamor of in some sort of employment. "They denial. That which deserves have no use for an' idle boy. He is too to live lives. idle pt to make an man. and to destroy but only Dirigo. Thomas Janes and family have removed from here to the Creed Stottts' farm near here. Thomas Wooten has removed nere from Greensburg and will occupy the house vacated by Mr. Janes. Mose Wooten sold land this week as follows: Fifty acres to R. H. "McKinuey for four hunacres to dred dollars; forty-fiv- e R. O. Stotts for four hundred Who is I2c 18c dollars, fifty-fiv- e acres to Thomas Wooten for five hundred and fiftytdollars. Work on the church at this place has been resumed and it is hoped that the building will be completed before spring. Coffee Down. The furniture and fixtures at Gill & Waggener's store must be sold at once. My farm containing 200 acres, three Easy terms if wanted. For further Home Run miles northeast of Columbia, and one particulars address, Progress mile from Campbellsville pike. Call Murray Ball, These are best brands. , W. E. Williams. on me. v - r' Ky. 13-t- f. -- The 1st Prize Merchant in this County? C5t t3-- 2t Garrison Bras. THEBADAIRflGOUNTY NEWS'- - Tiir oiiimroTiuiv - I The Prudent Drummer. They-p-ut Convict Bares Romance. IS THE BEST WAY me next to a drum-- .A. E. Lerche of .Springfield Gives a Recipe for Getting Over the Blues mer at the St. Charles hotel in New Orleans, and as I was unlocking the door about 10 o'clock at night he came down the hall and asked: "Well, have you located 'em?" "WhaU" . "The fire escape." "No, I never, attend to such things." A. E. LERCHE "If you ever get the blues," lie said, "it Is well to know the simplest and best way to get rid of them. Crankiness, nervousness and general upset condition preceding the blues usually (are due to the relentless grip of con Btipation on the nervous system. The Simplest way to meet this condition is to have a box of Rexall Orderlies In your pocket and the best way is to take one when you feel the attack coming on. It is the finest laxative for men, women and children I know of, nd, is a regular antidote for the blues -- the best ever." "We have the exclusive selling rights for this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. PAULL DRUG CO. THE REXALL STORE Run Aways. Did you ever think why a run- away horse was so hard to stop? It is because he usually gets the start of his master or driver or A loosely held rein, a moments oversight in leaving the frisky animal alone and untied, gives him the advantage which the rash driver can not easily redeem. It is so with runaway thoughts. Somehow, like a restive horse, they are always ready to run, and a moment's inadvertence, and relaxed restraint, is the signal for their escape. Away they go to the ends of the earth although they start from the most sacred place, and should be held to the subject exclusively. Have you ever tried to count the number of times your attention has wandered, even when'you most desired to hold it? What is to be done? Beware of the loose rein upon these vagrant fancies, and be on the allert to tighten it instantly, when you feel the tug of the would-bKeep it e run-awa- y. from getting a good start. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hone- y. - For your cold, for your cough, for your feverish throat, nose and head, Honey use Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r cuts ty million!" soothes the irritation, the phlegm, thus relieving congestion Pine Tar also acts as au antiseptic, as AIGREAT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. a result general relief follows. Breath ing becomes easier and further inflammation is- - arrested. Insist on Dr. We will send the Adair County Bell's It is an ideal News one year. treatment. Price 25c at Paull Drug The Daily Evening Post, one year, Adv. Co. The Woman's World, one year, Home Life, one year, Home and Farm, one year, The Central Life Insurance People's Popular Monthly, one year, Co., of Lexington has been put A beautiful calendar for 1916 all for in the hands of receiver and for- 33.25. If you want reading matter now s the time to subscribe. tf bidden for doing businr.-s- . , Pins-Tar-Honey. Pine-Tar-Honey. "You don't?j LWelI, you are in for a roasting some night. I never go tombed in a hotel until after I havellocated every stairway and fire.Lescape. If there was to be an alarm here tonight I could jump out of bed with the Y. There he won social prestige fullest confidence of saving myand achieved a reputation as a self. See here a minute." And he tookjme into his room magazine writer. On the day a and produced from his trunk a beautiful woman of that city fire escape made ofjrope and ex- was to become his bride, fate snipped the thread that had held claimed: suspended over his "ShouldJI happenitoUbe cut off the sword from the stairs or escape here is head and it fell. The woman he my other chance. I catch this was about to wed was Mrs. Cornelia Rice, niece of the late hook on the window sill so throw the rope so and I can James Schoolcraft Sherman, formerly vice president of the Unitlower myself 50 feet in 40 ed States, and daughter" of Henry J. Cooking-haWe had been in bed about two of Utica. hours when I was awakened by FLED AFTER EXPOSURE. the odor of smoke, and I was Two hours before the ceremohardly on my feet when the gong sounded and there were shouts ny was to be performed Ward of "Fire." The smoke was so was called to the office of Mrs. thin that I knew the danger was Rice's father. There he was yet afar off and began dressing. confronted with his Bertillion While so engaged I heard the measurements and his prison recdrummer cantering up and down ord. "I was told," wrote Ward the hall shouting "Fire!" at the in his letter to Warden Zimmer, top of his voice. When I finally "that my years of labor .were in got out I found him jammed in- vain; that under no circumto a linen closet half way stances could I marry into the down the hall and crying family; that no matter how I i k e a child. His rope had made good I was nothing and that I had Escape hung over the sidewalk but an by jumping into of the elevation and he had made better end it all Erie canal." a bundle of his clothes and flung the Exposed as a convict, Ward them over a transom into another room." The fire was out be fled. When life seemed darkest fore the time I was dressed and the woman to whom he was enwhen the watchman who was gaged called him back. To figoing about to quiet the people nance his wedding trip he forged reached our hall the drummer a check. He married Mrs. Rice clasped him around the neck and but before the honeymoon had waned he was back in Joliet shouted : "Say! Say! Say! ' Show me prison for his latest crime. His the way down stairs and I'll give wife obtained a divorce some you a million dollars! Yes twen- time ago. sec-onds," m, The effort of Robert A Ward, a prisoner in the Illinois State penitentiary, to obtain his freedom, recalls his romantic past. Ward, who was a native of Chicago, was sent to Joliet first in 1908 for embezzling funds from the American Express company. He was released in September of the year following. He changed his name to Leslie 6. Shannon and went East. He became a reporter in New York and a member of the .Lambs and Press clubs. His opportunity came when he was offered a position on a weekly journal in Utica, N. Remedy No Family Should Do Without No matter how healthy a human being may be it is safe to say that many months are passed without .me obstruction of the bowels, in other .ords, constipation, even if only tem- orary. The bloating, the nay start after the evening dull feeling meal. If a Uxative is not taken that night it is ertain that sleep will not be sound. ,id you will awaken unrefreshed. Hende, it Js important for you ill the members of your family and for ood, reliable laxative be alwaysthat a kept n the house for 'just such emergency, is sure to be needed, and when needed 'tou want it at hand. No family that is ireful of its health can do without such x remedy. But the question of emedy to have on hand is also ofwhich vast importance. The laxative most highly recommended by the majority of intelligent Americans as being best for babies and jrownups is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep Not ---- sin. It is a liquid laxative-tonimild and never gripes, is effective on robust people and can be given with safety to an Infant Children like it because of these gentle qualities pleasant to the taste. and because it is It is the best remedy can have in the house for any disorder of the stomach, liver and bowels, and many people like R. H. Morgan, Price Tenn.. and Mrs. H. C. Davidson. Wart-racTenn., say they would a3 soon h. without the necessities as without Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pcps.n. Anyone wishing to make a of this remedy before buying it in trial regular the way of a drutrffist at nttir Ann dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle seni to the Xree or charce bv simnlv miHiaoaifi home t "W. B. Caldwell. 405 'VnhlTii-Tno" Monticello, 111. Your naa.j nd addret on a postal crrd will do. c, all-arouu e. T, WILLARD HOTEL Center & Jefferson Streets Louisville, Rates $2.00 and $2.50 with $3.00 and"$3.50 per day hot and cold vater, Privl- vith Private Bath, lege of Bath. European Plan ijI.O0 and Up -- Kentucky. AMERICAN PLAN AJCJLi r"PlAT.T. oOC Local and Long Distance Telephones in all s. A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Detail Districts. D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. J. F. Danneiiold, Pres. & A. A. J, F. DannehoM, Jr., WEBB, Asst. Mgr. PIce-Pre- s. Treas. Geo. Twyman,5ce Main Street Tobacco Warehouse Co. IXCORPORA.TED jMLAJOST Strictly Independent. 1 STREET HOUSE DANNEHOLD & CO. Proprs. 124.1 1 31 S. E. Cor. Main & Twelfth Street LOUlSVILIiE, KY. Best Inspection. Storage Four Months Free of Charge. Best Light in City. Auction Sales Daily. Returns Promptly Made. Mark your hogheads, Main Street House. AUTOMOBILE GIVEN AWAY Write for Particulars. ir v HENRY ,W. DEPP, t -- FEW ? DROPS OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE In the drinking crater Makes Hens Lay Amazingly Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, LImberneck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At Vain-abl- DENTIST Am permanently located lumbia. All Classes of Den fa I jn Co work done. Crow de and Inlay work a Specially. All Work Guaranteed e poultry book free. BOURBON REMEDY CO. Lexlngtcn, Ky. Office over G. W. Lowe's 1 ex-convi- Shoe Store We have two normal schools for white students. There should have been but one; but local interests were aroused, and in order to get one the Legislature had to vote for two. Now the call comes for a col. ored normal in the Western part L. H. Jones Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Eye Specialist Special attenticn given Diseases of all , Domestic Animals Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. Phone 114 of the State. There is a colored normal school at Frankfort, in the central part of the State, and there ought not 'to be another -- G. , Columbia, Ky. anywhere else to multiply efits. We need to consolidate our ficial energies in order ex- Stone Q & Stone, "I don't think the Pardons will Board of penses without increasing benAttoney-At-La- w consider Ward's casein March," says Warden Zimmer. "It is a rule of the board that second termers must serve 22 months before their cases are taken up." Ward is now one of the editors of the prison paper. Two Colored Normal Schools. Will pradlice in this and adjoining counties. of- that we may make each dollar perform Jamstown, : Kentucky its own part in the State's education, both-fothe white chil r DR. JAS. I TAYLOR, dren and colored children. When under the plea of different calities, we multiply these lo- Has located in Columbia and will do a General in- - what cannot be Residence on Burkesville Sfreet. at the grave of Mrs. Aaron Grigs-b- y ed' a committee of inquiry, to Office In Butler Building theregponsibility-- or the explo be; made sufficient forHhe State's justified upon public grounds: in Indiana. She was a sister on Public Square. sion of the submarine E-Louisville' Post needs. of Abraham Lincoln. . f 2. A monument is to be erected becretary Daniels, has appoint- , We have in Kentucky one col? fix ored normal school, and it should importunities -- stitutions, we yield to personal ' practice. t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS RepublicanHarmony Pro-sale- . Old Weather Signs. Rcaiieace Phose-1- 3 B Bwteew Pho e 1 H I . J J J J W J J J J J & gl l BLack-draugH- T JJJ W 5 W The Progressives have issued an address, with these sentences Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. for a beginning: "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, "The Progressive party began liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe ht JJ its existence as did the Republisaved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, JJ they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's can party, a3 a party of moral made them break out, and she has had no conviction and national purpose.' more trouble. I shall never be without The higher the clouds the finer Alas! how have the mighty fallen! Today the old organization the weather. and the new are getting togethThe farther the sight the nearer on a platform irom which er the rain. moral conviction and national Dew is an indication of fine in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- - JJ purposes must be excluded in weather. ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar order to make harmony possible. ailments, Thedford's When stars flicker in a dark has proved itself a safe, Mr. Root and Mr. Roosevelt reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. Jp background, rain or snow folwill shake hands across the If you suffer from any of these complaints," try Black- lows soon. Draught It Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e bloody chasm. Expect a strong wind with years of splendid success proves its value. Good for W Mr. Perkins and Mr. Taf t will stormy weather when smoke young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. forget and forgive, and renew w from chimney hangs near the the lease of the Steel Trust on ground. law. the Sherman anti-truHere are a few in verse. They Governor Johnson and Senator Penrose will labor on a bill re- have the advantage of being easstoring the control of the gov- ily remembered. Clear moon, ernment to the people. Frost soon. There is nothing like starvaYear of snow. tion diet to make pacifists out of political belligerents. Louisville Fruit will grow. Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire Rain before seven, Post. and Barbed Wire at 20 per cent. less than Fine before eleven. The Best Recommendation. Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed If the sun set in gray, "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Black-Draugh- Saved Girl's life t," Black-Draug- S g Black-Draug- ht J J J J J J 5 Here are a few weather signs which are older probably than any one living today. Experience has shown them to be fairly reliable and svme of them can be explained on a scientific basis: Moonlight night have the heav iest frosts. DR. J. N. MURRELL IDENTISTI Office, Front rooms "in Jeffries BTdg up Stairs. Columbia, J. B. Stone - Kentucky J. H. Stone SAVE $20.00 NOW Black-Draug- ht a 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 & 55.00 pays U-6- 3 StraUon Business College st Louisville, Ky. TIN WORKI am - Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KY. prepared to do any kiud of Tin Work, Roofing, 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 anythin6 in my line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. 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 pollers 7 ft. $19.50. S. E. Bridgwatfers, $ The strongest recommendation any article may receive is a favorable word from the user. It is the recommenda- The next will be a rainy day. When the wind's in the south, tions of those who have used it that makes Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy so popular. Mrs Amanda Gierhart, Waynesfield, Ohio, writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy lias been used in my family off and on for twenty years and it has never failed to cure a cough or cold" For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. The rain's in its mouth. The wind in the west, Suits every one best. Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER PAULL DRUG CO. If you see grass in January, ary. Evening red and morning gray Columbia, Ky. office: phoni Lock your grain in your gran- RES PHONE 30. Mason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c. Quarts 45c. Half Gallons 70c. International Harvester Company's 8 Disc Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure Spreaders at 25 per cent, off wholesale prices. I. H. C. Prices. Knifley. $ $ International Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent, less tkan I. H. C. Prices. Prices good while Help the traveler on his way; Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Tucker visited the latter's father, Mr." John Evening gray and morning Arnold, during Christmas week. red Miss Lillie Wheeler and brothBring down rain upon his head. er, Ben, visited relatives in Tay When the clouds appear like county a few days of last lor week. Walter Arnold's dwelling house caught fire last Saturday evening and. burned down without them saving any of the contents. Misses Julia Cor bin, Rose and Fannie Bryant spent last Saturday night at C. M. Bault's. Died, on the 14th of January, aunt Bettie Knifley. She was 89 years old. The interment was at the Harden cemetery in Taylor county. Proctor Catron, the photograph enlarger, was through here a few days ago delivering his work Miss Floy Walker spent last Saturday night and Sunday at G. R. A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One rocks and towers. The earth's refreshed by quent showers. fre- 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, Year Por Only If you can get the official $1.35 Y weather report by phone you'd better count on that first. But the proverbs and jingles just given are better than a common guess. .Farm andJFireside. Severe Cold Quickly Cured. Subscription may be new or renewal What the WeeRiy Enquirer Is It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $L0O per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie Of today. It has all the facilities Of the creat DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnin the world's events, and for that reason can siue you all the leading: news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports- - Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders tr The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Woodson Lewis, GEEENSBURG, KY. &4b&Mh4bG&&$ s i&$& D. Surveying C. wr Crenshaw VETERINARY, SURGEON aQPlsMiD. J T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e Feese's. Dr. J. C. Gose has. been oa J'erybest medimck list forseyeral weeks. cines anjd will know what to. do when AnRoyv Hill and - wife and John, Bhave another cold. For sale by Paull -- "On December first I had a very se vere cold or attack of the grip as it may be, and was nearly down sick in bed," writes O.IJ. Metcalf, Weather-by, Mo. "I boughtj two bottles of Chamberlain's CoughEemedy and it was only a few days until I was completely restored tojtiealth. I firmly believe that Chamberlain's Cough the .Newton ;spent several days' of .Drug Co. last week at D. J. Bowen's. - WELL DRILLER Adair and , Adv. I will drill wells in years Special Something Good. experience. Charges reasonable. -- Attnetfento Eyes Phone 74 or write ' Spavin or way Fistulo, Poll-evi- f, .Lam rirl work dos at, fair nrica.. Mor-e- y veil fixed to take care of tock. foe When work4 to done or'itock raapTed-frenIKATMN-rftEAlJ- ir T. C. Faulkner,? lofumbfa. stable. , U WJSIB' UllNCE K. ttf IMKSmiE STItET. Those who hate nasty medicine should try Chamberlain's Tablets for, constipation. They are. pheasant to take and their effect is so agreeable and so naturaUthat you wilJnot (real- phone 98.. ize that it has been- .produced by a 45-- 1 yr , medicine.- For sale by Paull Drug' . Ad Co. Adv. - keep on hands a full stock of adjoining counties. See me be coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Latest imfore contracting. Metallic CasketSj-anSteel Boxes and proved machinery of all kinds. two hearses. Prompt; service night or jftimp Repairing Done. Giv day. Residence ;Phone, 29, .office d I me a Gall. rJ , Z. Tjrip$e$t, : '- '- Columbia. !Ky .(V. n$ JGJ. .. &. - 8 Gradyville. We had the coldest weather of well-know- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ys:. W the season last week. n Jacob Nelson, the stave man of Greensburg, was here last Friday, A son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sparks is confined to his room with fever at this time. J. Edwards, one of Keltner's best farmers, was in our midst last Friday. Judge N. H. Moss and W. Lvj Fletcher attended court at, Columbia the first of the week. v.. Joel Rodgers and son spent a' day or so at Roachville the first of the week, STOCK OF GENERAL MER-OHANDIWe will offer our Our Edmonton mail failed to reach us one day last week on reduced prices and in many less first the account of ice. a scheme, cost. This is not a closing Charles Morrison and family, in our store each day offering! on sale. We will place a who have been living in our town for the past year, have moved to Fry to make their future home. They are good people and we reC: gret to lose them. to . Therefore you, will have to come in regularly W. J. Sexton made a prospect-. i w of these special . ive trip to Mell one day last week with a view of locating there :- -: CASH-Owith a blacksmith shop. could not do Tillet Wethington, of Glements-,viJlAny ,oae.rwishing-t- o gqdntorthego"6ds-businese made our town one day last thaOo-comand buy our store house and dwelling week and received spokes for the and lot, which we are nojv offering for sale, which is the bestfprqp- Adair County Spoke Co. y Messrs. Elbert Nell, Elmer nave ueen in ousiness-aunis in 'buis piaue, Keen and Rev. W. C. Christie out is we have place have dbne welk i Our reason for put in last Friday hunting, They farm land and desire to go on the farm. had fine success and brought in plenty of game. We have a farm near town containing about 180 acres and one of the best Miss Ora Moss left for Van upland farms in this section, with nice new dwelling, two tenant houses and four Lear the first of the week,, where good barns; about 10'acres woodland, 90 acres grass, 40 acres wheat, 8 acres she will spend several weeks visoats, and about 30 adres for cultivation this season, which we will sell right and iting her sister, Mrs. Smith. make satisfactory terms. Will sell all together or in two separate tracts, will sell Revs. Chatman and Smith are one or both tracts. For particulars address G. E. NELL, Gradyville, Ky. holding revival services near thisVery Respectfully, place. We understand they are Come first before the special bargains are all gone. having a good meeting. Born, to the wife of Ed Montgomery, on the 20th, a daughter. Mother and child doing well. The children and near relatives of Mrs. CettieNell, of our city, celebrated her seventieth on the 20th. Thejfgath-erin- g will long be remembered was in our midst one day last On January the 19th, 1866 he About the first of last May he fitful dream is past. Not for the by every one present. was married to Martha J. Page, became afflicted with drop9y, and glories or kingdoms of all the Sam Burdette, of Lebanon, week. Mr. Wilson informed us ' was here last Friday looking af- that he was having some build- of Cumberland county, Ken- although at times he appeared to world would we exchange the tucky. To this union twelve be improving, his condition be- heritage he has left in his noble ter mules. He reports the mule ings going up on the land that children were born, six of whom came gradually worse until the life and triumphant death. market? very good on goodjmules. he recently purchased near died in infancy, and the oldest, morning of Dec, the 26th. He Teach us Heavenly Father to reFrom what 'we gather from Rodgers left for John S. Pierce, died in Oklaho- was called from this life of pain joice in thy will, and may our hearing our farmers talk around Dolphus 11 years ago, leaving and suffering to take up his one day last ween ma about our store, we take it that there Roachville companion and 5 chil- abode with the heavenly Father, dear papa be a guardian angel to where he will spend several days now his will be an effort for a large crop dren, all grown, the youngest be- there to rest from all his labors, each of us to direct us in our farm. tobacco raised in this section on his of ing now 35 years old. and to receive that crown of glo- journey through life. Quite a number of people passed year. another Hiarly in liie he Decarae a ry for which he had been striv- Our dear papa and our buband you Several from this place at through here last Friday en route Christian and joined the Baptist ing for more than fifty years. All have left our hearts so sore, for Keltner to attend the rites of because your soul has left us for tended court at Columbia last church, and was a devoted work-e- r As the sun was rising on that that bright, eternal shore. burial of Mrs. Buck Willis, who week". Where life's pain will cease to torfor Christ and his church until morning after Christmas, the an27th. The funeral ment, where all joy will be re W. is. Baker and wife spent died on the his affliction about 8 months ago., gels came and wafted his soul plete, was preached by her pastor, Rev. last Saturday and Sunday with young, he felt himself away on wings of joy and with When we here have served our purWhen W. C. Christier and her remains relatives at Red Lick. pose and God calls us j ou to meet. interred in the family cemetery, called to go and preach the gos- a countenance 4more brilliant We'll rejoice and sing forever, when Frank Dohoney and R. L. pel, and he heeded the call. than the sun to its abode beyond the trials of life are past, near PleasantRidge church. Caldwell, of Milltown section, the stars, leaving dear wife and Then weUl see through God's own n dry goods man For more than forty years he The we, when you in was through here last week buychildren behiad, sad and lonely, clasp Campbellsville, John Q. Alex- had been devoted to of ing hogs at the market price. many revivals in differ- but not comfortless, for he had Dearest father thou hath left us, ander, was calling on our mer- holding Shelby Tarter had a mule shot And our loss we deeply feel, ent counties in this and his na lived to see all his children bechants one day last week. But 'tis God that hath bereft us, one day last week by some untive State, Tennessee. Many' come followers of Christ as he He can all our sorrows heal. known person. The mule was souls were led to embrace re- had t&ught them. Obituary. Yet again we hope to meet thee, outside of Mr. Tarter's premises. his teaching. Sureligion under While dear mother is sad and When the day of life hath fled, When in Heaven in joy to meet thee, The shot took effect in the head The subject of this sketch, Rev. ly many bright stars will be add- we children are sorrowing, and Where no farewell tears are shed. of the mule, puttiag the left eye J, M. Pierce, was born in Fen- ed to hie crown became of the it seems hard for us to realize A Son. disfiguring one of the tress county, Term., January the sacrifices ke made for the cause that it is best for us to give papa out and Fifty tkMSMi tarfc for safe at ears. 11th, 1847, and deputed this life of the Redeemer and the devo- up, yet it is God's will to which n Finis Wilson, the Dec. the 26th 1915, being 68 tion and kve lie had for the we must submit if we expect to Casey Jties SUrc base ball man of Greensburg, years 11 months and 5 days old work. tattr.into His rest; 'when life's It CLOSING OUT TO QUIT BEGINNING ON TUBSOao. Feftrua rti ENTIRE at trade catcher bulletin l 1916 than SE instances but real out Each Day a Lot of Special Bargains -- .avail yourself bargains R PRODUCE Will Be Accentedlx. s e, V better huse -- ,erw aiiii-eYieryuuu- mat u selling bought - NELL & NELL, - Gradyville, Ky. anni-"versa- ry I. J- Mill-tow- n. pur-vpbs- e, l well-know- our-ar- ms his-wpfk- r, well-know- 1 7--tf , &g&- - ...'