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REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS OF v Last Tuesday afternoon, atElkhorn, Taylor couutj, Rev. Samuel K. Breeding, who was born and reared at Breeding, Adair county, the youngest and last one of the descendants of Rev. James Breeding, peacefully crossed over and joined his loved ones on the other .side. When quite a yonng man he came to Columbia and took charge of a Grange store, a business that was established here by members of that organization. It was only run about a year, and when the company decided to quit business, Mr. Breeding entered a drug store, becoming a pirtuer of Dr. Melvin Rhorer. This partnership lasted some time, but becoming dissatisfied, the deceased sold his interest, and returned to the home of his father, and a short time thereafter he commenced studying for the ministry, and was subsequently admitted as a member of the Louisville Conference, was given an assignment, and preached for nearly forty years before his demise. He was a consecrated man, and those who kept in touch with him luring the many years he was absent from his native county, say that be was a valient worker for the cause of his Master, many souls being brought into the fold through his earnest preaching. His last charge was at Elkhorn Taylor county, and in that place he not only endeared himself to his own flock, but all denominations heldjhim. in the highest esteem, and his passing brought great sorrow to that commu- ADAIR. (by n. c. bakeb) William Young was 72 years old when he filed his declaration. He enlisted in Roan county, North Carolina in the month of October, 1778. He was kept in said county for a considerable time scouting after the enemy until he was marched to Ram-shaMill where he was attached to Col. Lock's regiment, and he was engaged in the "glorious victory" at Ramshaw Mill. His captain was killed in the battle, and he was then put under Capt. Hall, Col. Cloyd's regiment. He was in the battle of Shallow Ford, North Carolina, and continued in the service scouting in the State until the spring of 1779, when he was discharged. under In May 1780 he Captain Samuel Martin, Col. Poague, in the line of General Sumpter was marched into South Carolina to the Congaree and there the fort was w taken. He was then put in a detachment nity. Rev. Breeding was three times married, his last wife surviving him and several children by his former marriages. Had he lived until next May years he woultt have been sixty-si- x old. The remains were brought to Columbia, arriving Wednesday afternoon, stopping at the home of his cousin, Mrs. Rachel Grissom. Thursday forenoon memorial services were held at the Methodist church, many friends being present. Rev. W. R. Wagoner read the Scripture lesson then followed beautiful tributes by Revs. W. P. Hogard, J. S Chandler, S. G. Shelly, Rev. Piercy and Rev. Marrs and the Sunday School Superintendent, Mr. Russell of Elkhorn. These ministers had been intimately associated with the deceased, and their expressions of the life and char acter of the departed, brought tears to the eyes of many in the Congregation When the services closed the remains were bourne to the city com etery and there deposited, to await the resurrection morn. There were many beautiful floral' offerings Durocs. Bruce Montgomery, assistant cashier of the First National Bank, of Columbia, is not only well trained and & most efficient man in the affairs of that financial institution, but has a fancy for fine hogs and his fancy is demonstrated, at this particular time, by seven of the prettiest, three months old pigs that the reds produce. It was our pleasure to inspect his swine a few days ago and note with pleasure that they measure up in size, form and color the admiral characteristic of that growing breed of hogs. The mother of the pigs, in ordinary filesh, weighs about three hundred and the pigs, with one exception, seem as smooth a bunch of youngsters as can be" found with the heavy porker family. They are good and one male pig extra good. All eligible to register and will be recorded if buyer so desires. This county needs more pure bred stock and we are glad to kno w.thatthere are several in this locality willing to produce them and jO sell them at very low prices. Those who fancy the red hog now has a chance to buy a pure bred one, either sex, at a moderate price and also save express charges It is Mr. Montgomery's purpose to breed the best of Durocs and his first production is as good as you could hope to get anywhere. One of the pigs has already been sold and other inquiries at hand. Here's hoping a worthy man in a worthy cause an abundant success. Mr. r Born, to the wife of S. C. Neat, 10, 1916, Feb a daughter. commanded by Capt. Snipes, and went with him to the Ashapoo river. There they took some horses from the British. As they were returning to the army, they stopped at Capt. Snipes, and there had a general engagement witli the British in whi jh he, (Young) received thirteen wounds, and all of Stock of Goods for Sale. the troops were killed except Capt othSnipes, himself, and three or four ers. We offer for sale the entire stock of As soon as his wounds permitted he dry goods at Joppa, Ky. This is a returned to active service until his good stand and a clean stock. Owing term expired, when he received an to bad healtii we are offering thagoods honorable discharge at Orangeburg, for sale. South Carolina his whole service 16 4t. Barger & Willis. covering two years and two months. He further states that while in the Miss Pauline Bryant De.ad. service he lost a horse, saddle, and bridle, valued at $150 for which he received no compensation. The subject of this notice died last He removed to Kentucky in the fall Sunday forenoon, at the home of Mr. of 1787. We presume some of the Walker Bryant, this city, where she Youngs now living in Adair county had lived as a member of the family are descendents of this old soldier pa- for some time. She wasabout twentriot. They ought to be proud of this ty years old and was a victim. ,o tyrecord of honorable service on the phoid fever. During her illness she part of their ancestor. received the best of medical attenCharles Moore gives his age 72 years. tion, and was closely watched by Mrs. He entered the service in 1776 under Bryant and her daughters, and neighCapt. Paxton. He was at the battle boring friends. of Guilford Court House in the comShe was born and reared at Cray craft mand of Col. McDowell. After the where the remains were conveyed for battle he was called down to Peters- interment. She had many relatives and burg, Virginia, under Capt. Gray., friends. In Mr. Walker Bryant's famLater he went out under Capt Trim- ily she was treated most kindly, and ble, Col. Sevier's command. They her death brought sorrow to every fell in with Gen. Maiion, and were member. present when ninety prisoners were' taken at Monks Corner, Nortu CarA large crowd attended the sale of olina. Misses Ellen and Josie Walker, last Levi Cohover gives his age 75 years. Thursday, every thing selling well. He entered the service in 1775 or 1776, The following is a report: One pair under 'Capt. Stout, Col. DyKing's com- of mules, brought $377; one mare, $158; mand. He was in the battle of Tren-- . a colt, '$90.00; cow and calf, $95.00; ton and the next morning very early he yearling calf, $53.00; calf, 835.00; two assisted in attacking the British at cows, one $70.0,0, the other at $60.00. Princeton. He was then marched to The farm was bought by J. H. Young Steel's Gap and "lay there near about for $4,000.25- - All farming implements three weeks." He was then marched brought good prices. to Brunswick, where the British were said to be, but, the British in the Public Sale. mean time marched off to New York, and boarded their vessels. During I will offer for sale to the highest his service he was in many skirmishes. He was a volunteer during his term of bidder, at my farm at Glensfork, Ky , service, which covered three or four on Friday, Feb., 25, 1916, the following property: One 4 year old mare, two years. James Smith 77 years' old, was a plug horses, two coming two year old resident of Frederick county, Mary- mules, farming tools, gearing and a few. household goods. Sale begins at land. He enlisted in the State af Mary- 9 o'clock a. m. I. F. Andrew. land about 1774-- 5 or 6, the exact time 16 2t not remembered, under Capt. Craiger, Phillip Smith, 1st Lieutenant. Mr Wm Bnrress and Miss Nellie He was in a scrimmage about si ven Janes, a young couple of the Grady-vill- e miles from Brunswick in the State of section, were married in front New Jersey, and marched over parts of the court house last Wednesday beof New Jersey tween 12 and i o?clock. Eld. Tobias of the and New York. He then served Huffakef was the-- officiating clergyin Virginia, and marched .down man. Immediately ter the. ceremoleft; on their reabout Williamsburg and'' Jamestown. ny the happy-coupl'He was at the taking of Cornwallis, turn trip home. and assisted in guarding the prisoners to the Potomac river. Here the miMr. and Mrs. H. B. Ingram, this litia took them, and guarded them up city, celebrated their golden wedding to Fredericktown. At the time of anniversary last Sunday. Both Mr. taking Cornwallis he was an orderly and Mrs. Ingram are apparently in sergeant, but previous to that time he good health, and their numerous was a sergeant of lower grade. ; friends throughout the county trust Jacob Cooper, at the time he filed that they may live to see many more his declaration, was 98 years old. He marriage anniversaries of their long, entered the service under Capt. Wil- useful and happy lives. liam Moore in the year 1776, from the count of Burke, North Carolina, was Jo A. Young, nt this county, bought in a battle with the British at Broad in Cumberland county twenty head river, South Carolina, and was in the of young eattle at $30.00 per head. Ho service more than two years in -- the brought the cattle to Adair and lef c here Friday for the blue-gras-s market States of North and South Carolina. Alexander Elliott was a native of Rockbridge county, sixty-nin- e years old at date of declaration, and enlisted in the Virginia navy line as midshipman ihl776 or 7, under Capt. George Elliott. He was in the service for three years. He came to Kentucky about 1789, and settled at Danville, and in 1799 came to Adair county. Zachariah Holladay, aged 71 years, resided in Orange county,, Virginia, and entered the service in" the year 1778 under Capt. Burnly, and was discharged in 1781. He served as drummer at the request of his Captain. He was at the surrender of Cornwallis, and was in the South under Gen Wayne. William Hancock entered the service in February 1780, under Capt. John Trigg, Gen Muhlenburg's command. He marched to Dismal Samp by way of Petersburg, and also Suffork. "After leaving Dismal Swamp, he with others, received orders from Col. Lynch to arrest tories and- - deserters, and bring them to trial. He was engaged in the business of taking tories etc , from May 1780 until the surrender of Cornwallis. He. says that in the business of taking- - tories, he was ordered by his officers, and that he "willingly engaged in the business." He resided in Bedford county, Virginia, at the time of his enlistment. To be continued. and One. Unusual Experience. Quite an unusual thing occurred in Green county a short time ago. A surveying party was engaged in doing: some work near the home of Jasper Paxton, a farmer living on Russell Creek, when one of the party, upon hearing a noise among a drove of hogs which Mr. Paxton was fattening, hastened to find the trouble He was surprised to find that a hawk had caught one of the large hogs by the nose and was holding on tenaciously with one foot, the other foot having been, torn from the hawk's body, it is supposed, by the bird having.caught another hog by the nose and the two hogs having run in opposite directions tore one foot and leg from the hawk's body, leaving it able to hold on to but one hog. This it was doing with desperation when attacked with a stick and killed, thereby releasing the hog. Green County Recorder. The basket ball game, last Friday night, drew the largest crowd that has, assembled in the High School Gym this season. It was a double header the Russell's Creek Academy male team, Campbellsville, against the High School quintet, and the High School girl team against the Russell's at-th- Creek Academy girls. The girls started the meet and e close of the first half, Campbells viile had 7 scores to its credit and Co lumbia three. The boys followed and at the close of the first half the score stood 18 for Columbia seventeen for Campbells ville. In the last half the Academy girls' gained two scores and the High School girls one, the game closing 9 to 4 in favor of the visitors. The last half of the boys' contest was a runaway for the High School team, the game closing 51 for Columbia, 26 for Campbellsville. Both games were highly enjoyable, Be at the Lindsey-Wilso- n Gym next much enthusiasm prevailing. Saturday night and witness sl fast Prof. Garnett Graves and Miss Ruth game between the home team and Lyon, teachers in the Academy ac- Bardstown. companied the visiting teams. Edgar Reed and Alvin Lyon were the refCoat Suits. erees. We offer to close out the following MULES. Coat Suits, (ail we have,) at 6.00 each: 1 Ladies Black Coat Suit, stout, size I have for sale a few pair of good 46, former price 18.00. mare mules, 4 to 6 years old. Can be 2 Ladies Black Coat Suits, size 40, seen at my barn in Colombia. former price 11.00 and $25.00. S. H. Burdett. 16-t- f. 7. Death of an Infant. Last Friday night about the 12 o'clock hour, Mary Tate, who lacked only three days of being seven months old, a daughter of Mr and Mr. T. E Waggener, surrendered her young life and joined the angel band. She was a bright child, the idol of fond parents, whose grief is inexpressible. Every thing that skilled physicians could do was brought to bear, and also the tender watching of parents and loving friends, but death was inevitable. Every body is in sympathy with the heart stricken parents, and little brother, who has lost his dearest and only sister. Religious services were held at the home Saturday afternoon, conducted by Revs. Chapin, Bush aud Eld. Z T. Williams, and the interment was in the city cemetery, her mound being covered with beautiful flowers. The will of the late Cyrus Burton in the Adair County Court the first Monday in this month. He leaves an estate estimated to be worth five thousand dollars, and he bequeaths every thing to his wife during her life time. At her death the estate is to be divided equally among his children. Former Attorney General Jas. Garnett is named as executor of the will. was probated 2 Ladies Green Coat Suits, and 38, former price 21.00. I Ladies Navy Coat suit, size mer price $13.50 I Ladies Brown Coat Suit, former price 18.00. 1 Ladies Grey Coat Suit, size mer price 13.75. I Misses Blue Coat Suit, size size 36 for- 33, size 34 38, 13, for- for- mer price 10.00. No exchanges or alterations. RUSSELL & CO. I5.2t. The Fiscal Court of Adair county last Friday and Saturday. It met to let the contract for metaling the Stanford road, and it was awarded to J. H Young, Sam Pierce, Jo Blair and Upton Grider at 89 cents a perch. The company i3 to quarry the rock, 'crush it and put it on the road, and will continue the work as long as the 1915 road fund holds out. was in session Mr. and Mrs. T. E, Waggener ce ten. appreder ther thanks and heart-fe- lt ciation of thejr neighbors and other gaye-assistan- friends, who and so many evidences of spmpathy and aid during the sickness and death of their infant daughter, Mary Tate, which oc- .or curred last Friday-nigh- t States e Mr. George Hunn left here last Monday for Columbia, Tenn , riding a mare owned by Mr. John A. Harris, this place, who will have the animal Notice. ridden and driven by an experienced horseman, of the Tennessee town, Mr, I have rented my farm and leased Harris being a teacher in that place. my male stock, Aberdeen Bull and Poland China boar to Wm. Taylor-FeeThe paramount plays now being put on at the Parlor Circle, are attracting are due when service rendered. t large audiences each evening. The R. F. Paull. shows last week were the best that There has been more lagrlppe have been exhibited here Mr. Edgar throughout Adair county, since the Reed has an 'ad" in the News each middle of December than ever be- week, and a good program is billed for fore known. There have been no this week. deaths attributed to the epidemic, There is nothing in the report that but many persons have been laid up, Mexid look after their daily du- George Franklin, a not able to not so can, killed his wife at Gradyville. this ties. At this time there are man? cases, but the "county Is far county. George and his wife had a from being free of the disease, if it quarrel, which is said to be a common occurrence, and that was all there can' be called a disease was to their trouble. Friday night, at the basket ball Last Campbellsville The Npws-Journgame, .inthe School gym, Mr, states that Mrs. S. "W. Beck, who unW H. Wilson, who was a time keeper, got considerably hurt when two of derwent an operation at St. Joseph the players collided. He wv?5 struck Infirmary, Louisville, last week, is dowith great force, and as a result, he is ing nicely. wearing a black eye and has a knot of Teachers who have not yet sent in some dimensions on-- his forehead. their school reports will. please do so Basket Ball at once. The Lindsey-WUso- ri Tobias Huffaker, Supt, team was defeated at Richmond by a score of 42 to 22. The Winchester Quite a number of people of Elk-horgame was closer, the score being forty-tw- o Taylor county, were here to atin favor of Winchesto thirty-six- , tend the funeral of Rev. S. K. Breed ter, lng. Next.Saturday night the Bardstown Born, to the wife of Sam. Burdette, Athletic Club will play Lindsey-WilsoFeb., ll, 1916, a son, mother and in-- f This is a fast team Time 7;00 ant doing well. p. m. s 16-3- half-bree- J' a ; -- . al n, n. " . r . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Hogwallow News. 3 you a nice suit of clothes and ber tubing as his instruments, five dollars in cash.' Now don't Dr. H. W. Daniels, of Elkin, W. ly missed than these blessings, about under any circumstances which can be enjoyed by the at home or away from home in poor man without molestation. fact you don't have much peace A movement is soon to be startto begin with until you do get ed by our stalwart organization, some change in your pocket. For the Hogwallow improvement Asexample, there's Poke Eazley. sociation, for the planting of He had trouble only yesterday at more trees, and it should be enhis house because he had been couraged by all of our citizens. promisin' his wife thirty-fivIn the early days of Hogwallow cents all last year but on account there was a supply of timber in this section plenty ample to af- of the pannick had not been able ford both shade for those who to meet the obligation. But bring the were warm in the summer and there ain't no use to " heat for those cold in the winter. women folks into this war talk, many of them But our citizens have had a ten- because there ain't dency in the past few years to that ever did have any patience down too much of the timber in with their husbands." order that they could have more For a Bilious Attack. stumps for immediate and conWhen you have a severe headache, venient jise upon which to sit and accompanied by a coated tongue, rest Now in and around torpid lo Lhing of food, constipation, Eaz-le- y liver, vomiting of partly digested food it is true, as Poke you may know that you says, that there are still and then bile, have a severe bilious attack. While many substantial stumps, but at you may be quite sick there is much tb5 present rate of usage they consolation in knowing that relief e Hog-waUow, you know every durned one of Va., hospital performed an opUnless more trees are planted them men would be only too eration on a woman apparently in this vicinity there will in a glad to do that? I know good dying of diphtheria and saved few years be a famine of stumps, and well I would. Money will her life. Called to the mountain and nothing would be more sadbring peace. It will bring it home of Mrs. Thurman Coberly,- - WAR! What Is It All About? the doctor found the woman un conscious. . Having no surgical instruments with him and realizing that death was near, he made an incision in the woman's windpipe with his knife and using the teaspoons bent double as retractors, he inserted the rubber tube. Respiration was restored, and within a few hours the patient regained consciousness, and it is said that her recovery is expected. 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Here is how he This ingenious in trations of eternal affections by went about it: time, - became the gardeners' the young man she had known MissAdele Blood, a moving For several weeks he had , his and for months they only a month, and, melting with picture actress, has insured her meals served on the terrace in were "rung in" by the bees at love, eloped. , Her new name is hair, which reaches to her knees, his garden. Breakfast at 7 a. m., 7 a.m., to commence work, al- Blizzard Mrs. George Blizzard. for $50,000. She is now taking and lunch at 10 a. m., both in- most mechanically the insect-gon- g News of the wedding has just the leading role in a piece that cluded sweets, but the midday sounded promptly" at 10 a. leaked out. The bride is 19 - WmCi B, . 30 Irving Place, New York ajjeSJSSss K ths book isn't worth more than you pay for book and gazinetogether.senditbackat our expense. But be prompt. make these few volumes disappear from our siock room at once. Sena jour Coupon today and f be in tire. cTrgSS1 Rrriew o S - SISSa3SaS '30 loin; PL Ibtelp- rXn!z-.TX'z5SmT-mtm'i 3liS3S2ijL SfivdMilli rr5rt15sW5l' ' HsTvrBaaHP I I 3- -1 bee-cloc- k, time-piec- e, N it ' in a good humor no matter how mad they are. I'll bet my only hat that if some person was to walk out in the battlefield and say; 'Here fellers, stop yore foolishness a minute and listen to me, I've got a proposition that will be money to you! Back yonder beyond the firin' line I've of money baled got wagin-load- s up and if you will stop this fight- 200 suffragists in New York and the spokeswoman fired a volley of questions at him, which he courteously declined to answer. He finally met them in the par lor of the Waldorf Astoria and told them firmly that he was opposed to national legislation on the subject of woman suffrage, but believed the matter should be dealt with by the states. in' and promise to go home where With two tin teaspoons, a you belong, I'll give each one of pocket knife and a piece of rub- - meal, served at noonf was with- lm., for lunch, and work was years old and the bridegroom is out sweets. ceased as. the hundreds of bees 72. They are living ut FrankAt 4 p. m. there was a light chimed out the hour of 4 p. m. fort, Pa., which was Blizzard's home before h& was married. It lunch, with sweets, which reThe Best Recommendation. was early in July when Miss mained on the table for half an The strongest recommendation any Smow became acquainted with hour or so. As a further inducearticle may receive is a favorable word Blizzard, who is a conductor on ment, a dish of stewed cherries from the user. It is the recommendawas put to cool on a window near- tions of those who have used ib that the Ridge and Midvale avenues ridby, and in a few hours the whole make3 Chamberlain's Cough. Kemedy trolly line. She had-oft- en so popular. Mrs. Amanda Gierhart, swarm, of bees were sucking the Waynesfleld, Ohio, writes, "Chamber- den on his car on her way to tha University, where she sweetjuice. lain's Cough Kemedy has been used in Temple dressmaking, but did not off and on for twenty years This incited the bees to visit my family never failed to cure a cough studied and it has until shs was introthe window regularly. The dish or cold" For sale by Paull Drug Co. meet him Adv. duced by a mutual friend at a was afterwards moved to the parts. table, where it was soon discovBusiness ..Men's Club of The ered by one of the bees. On the Mrsr Elizabeth F. Mohr was LaGrange has declared for Presmorrow, several companies were acquitted at Providence, R. I policy of at theieast, and every, day the ident Wilson's on charge of killing her husband. number increased. M . 5fc iyt-wj- : -- , - -r- -' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - -- &. x- - EVERYTHINGIN ?tfU HENRY W. DEPP, Am permanently located in Co Iumbia. All Classes of Dental work done. Crow ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized Works Wonders . for Sick Women STELLA-VITA- E -- s tV dge and Inlay work a Specialty. All cured this woman, who had suffered for 25 years. Give it a chance to cure YOU! Work Guaranteed WHAT STELLA-VITA- E HAS DONS for one woman U well told by Mr. S. I. Hendris, of Posey. Texas, who gratefully and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. writes tit: To? Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store tin Sectors trtatlnc s7 wlf tor ftaata trosbUi, sad tried Tarioos psLrtt kU tvtsty-Bv- a yfirs X atd frea oat M clats sad h oalr rteslTed temporary and to itlltZ. WstrUd STELLA-VITA- S esr tarprlis It mtored bar to trtt htaltii tamn sa T.rhd. 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WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, STOP AT THE Kffl, S5r is authorized to sell you six bottles for (S. The News welcomes commuTry on this "all to eaia and nothing to lose" basis. Try it TODAY nications on any subject of interIf you are sick there Is no time like NOW for trying est to our readers, if no personVhacher Medicine Co alities are used and the writer CHATTANOOGA, TErlN.P will defend his statements. For Sa'e By Page & Hamilton. This i3 an era in which the young man leaves the country and works like the deuce in the HELPFUL HINTS city for thirty years so that he FOR HOUSEWIVES can afford to go and live in the country. Teakettle That Can Be Filled of the The California branch Without Removing Lid. Standard Oil Company has just declared a dividend of 50 per cent. In a few weels rtot-s- t gasoline continues to advance it will be able to declare anoth r. STELLA-VITA- E STELLA-VITA- E. 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The Inventor has turned the old fashioned lid upside down and taken the knob off. The new device Is of aluminlnm and flts in the opening of the teakettle, but It is rarely necessary to take It off, as the kettle may be filled without removal of the new cover. It has an opening in the bottom which Is covered by a spriu.; cpei.itud trap, and when you waut to fill the kettle yon simply allow the water to flow Into the cover nud It passes Into the kettle. It also offers a very convenient place to keep food and beverages at a desirable temperature when It Is necessary to lay them aside. "And have yoc tried the plan ot greeting your husband with kind words when he comes home late, as I suggested?" asked the elderly friend. "I have," said the youngish woman, "and it works like n charm. He stays home all the time now trying to flguir out what is the matter." A False It Worked. J. B. 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"Pa, does the sun ever rise in the west?" Certainly not, my son." . "How dark it most always fee emt there. Bestoa Transcript. Read Our Liberal Paper Ofrefs ILLUSTRATED WORLD 5800 Drezel Ave.. Chicago, 111. 4 THE.ADAtR COUNTY'NEWS COUNTY THE CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. an extra session, for the Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. NEWS ation, has been unable target Jiis the tems of Warden Wells, of vance on SJalonikn It is even decommittee together to work on the Reformatory, and all the clared in one unofficial quarter Published Every Wednesday such a bill as yet, many of the other officprs and guards of the that the Entente Allies are preBY THE committeemen having been occu- two prisons will expire Septem- paring to take the offensive The more definite statement is Adair County News Company pied by other matters that have ber 1st, shortly after the new consumed all their time. As a Board of Prison Commissioners made in Athens, however, that ( INCORPORATED.) result there is persistent talk of assume authority. . the decision reached by the CenADAIR consid- Further north along the Ogin-s- ki Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offi- as second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. EEB. 16. 1916 President Wilson will not have opposition in his ranks for the second term, and there is not a doubt but helwill be nominated on first ballot. The Republican State Convention will be held in Louisville March the first, to select delegates to the Chicago national convention which will meet June 7. eration of a revenue measare only, to be palled, maybe, the early part of next January. The House Committee that sat in the impeachment proceedings instituted against Judge J. E. Williams, of McCreary county, probably will make the report, recommending his impeachment, Monday or Tuesday of next week, and if the majority report is concurred in by the House membership the Senate will be called upon to sit as a high court in the case. F. M. White, of Marion county, the lone Republican member of the Impeachment Committee, will submit a minority report, recommending that the charges against Judge Williams, who is a Republican, be dismissed. Secretary of War Garrison tenAT RATE OF ONE A DAY. dered his resignation. Did PresFrankkort, Ky., Feb. ident Wilson ask him to reconpensioners in the sider and remain longer? Not much. "Yourifresignation is ac- last three months have been dying at the rate of almost one a cepted." That is all. day, according to Commissioner prohibition bill of Pensions, W. J. Stone, who is The State-widis settled so far as this session completing the quarterly distriof the Legislature is concerned. bution, due next Tuesday." Over There will probably be some im- 12 per cent., have died since May portant measures put through 1912, and forty-si- x new pensionduring the remainder of the sess- ers added since November are ion. mostly widows. The total number of pensioners on the list now Mayor Thompson, of Chicago, is 2,984. The total number alwas the principal speaker at the lowed is 3,479, showing that the Lincoln Dinner, in Louisville, list is gradually growing smaller. last Saturday. He predicted great things for the Republican EXPECTS PEACE IN NEAR FUTURE. party this year. In the language Amstermam, Feb. 12, (via of Uncle Dan, "wait and see." London) . A suggestion of the It is not likely that there wilf possiDincy or tne conclusion oi be any further developments in peace in the near future is episode. made by Baron von Zedlitz, the Pumphrey made a scandalous of the Prussian Diet, accord .charge against Harvey and the ing to the Vossische Zietung. latter says, the scheme to get The newspaper quotes him as him in trouble was a "frame up." saying: "As regards the discussion of At the present rate of their the German aims in the war, in passing it will not be long until view of the whole present war all the old Confederates will have situation, the conclusion of peace answered the last roll call. It is in the near future is not improb reported that they are dying at able, and therefore the announce the rate one a day. This has ment of our fundamental aims reference to Kentucky alone and in the war appears to be necesto those who are on the pension sary, if the voice of the people list. is to be heard at the right time." 12.-Confe- derate e Harvey-Puraphr- ey -- Col. Roosevelt and his follow- 1 ers will leave nothing undone in their efforts to have the Colonel nominated at Chicago. The convention will either select Mr. Roosevelt or Mr. Roosevelt will name the candidate. Hughes, of New York, says his name .must not be considered, and it now looks like Fairbanks has no showing. A special from Frankfort says: AH hope for the enactment of a comprehensive tax law during the present session has been WELLS HAY BE OUSTED. abandoned, work of drafting a tax bill not having been started even. William A. Perry, of By the provisions of Senate Louisville, chairman of the House Bill 302, introduced by Senator fJommittee on Revenue and Tax Selden R. Glen, of Lyon county, Baron von Zidlitz and Neuk-ric- h is the leader of the Free Conservatives in the Prussian Die. Wide circulation wa3 given to an article published by him on September 27, 1914, in the Berlin Tageblatt, entitled "Our Goal of Peace," in which he urges the desirability of the war being pushed "strongly" and "with reckless energy" by the German military forces in the field and by the administration of territories under Germany in Belgium and France. ' The question of whether the tral PowersJs to maintain their prison officers' terms of four entranced positions at present, years commenced with the board .leaving mainly Bulgarians on created by the 1912 ripper bill, guard, the Austrian troops for or whether they held over on ex- the most part being employed isting terms, was a- mooted one, elsewhere. Constantinople advices report but, assuming that Warden Wells was filling out the' unexpired setbacks for the Russians in their term of the late Warden E. E. Caucasus campaign and in PerMudd, the Board reappointed sia. Russian attacks have been him last fall for the term, ending repulsed in the former field operations, where Erzerum has been August 1, 1918. The bill includes in its provis- the main Turkish base of de- ions for eaci prison a warden, Jfense, the Ottoman War Office deputy, two assistant deputies, declares. In Persia tribesmen clerk, engineer, chaplain, physi- fighting against the Russian cian and guards, all to be ap- forces are unofficially reported to pointed September 1. 1916 The have inflicted a severe defeat engineer is a new officer, it br- near Sandshulak. ing decided recently that there Petrograd, while not reporting is no authority to pay for the on the Persian operations, de clares that the engagements in prisons. At the same time theclerk of the Caucasus have continued to, the Prison Board is to be ap- result in'advantage to the Russians. pointed. Under this bill guards are to Three British Miners, in a resbe paid only for the time actual- olution adopted at their conferly at work, two weeks vacation ence in Lancaster did not expressly declare themselves being allowed. against the military service bill. The attitude adopted was one of WAR opposition "to the spirit of conscription," with an expressed determination to scrutinize vigNew gains for the Germans in ilantly "any proposed extension'' the region between Lens and Ar- of the military service law. ras, notvfar south of the Belgian border, were announced Infantry activities, apparently by Berlin, which reports the cap- on an important scales, are conture of positions tinuing on the western front in along nearly a half-mil-e front on the sector between Lens and Arthe west of Vimy. ras, near the Belgian border and The gains were made on the in that just to the south of the ground over which the French River Somme with successes at advanced in the3 allied offensive some points for the Germans and of last September and near the at others for the French. area northeast of Neuville-St- . German victories are announc-e- d Vaast, "in which the Germans by Berlin in the former late in January reported the sector, where to the northwest storming of 1.500 yards of of Vimy the capture of a large French positions. trench section is claimed, to In some quarters the recent gether with the retaking of a German assaults in this region mine crater previously lost. The are regarded as primarily defen- German War Office admits a resive operations, designed to win verse south of the Somnw near back commanding positions Becquincourt, where a foothold which would give the Entente in a small section of the German forces an advantage in any for- first line trenches was secured ward movement they may at- by the French. tempt in the future. It has been Paris claims gains in the Lens-Arrpersistently reported, however, sector, announcing that in that the Germans were on the handgrenade engagements th point of launching a determined Germans were driven out of comoffensive in Northern France municating trenches which they and Belgium, in which case the were occupying. In this region operations in the present area of the Germans were only successactivity would have an impor- ful in securing a footing in a tant bearing. mine crater which the French The predicted German offen- had previously taken, according sive on the Franco-Belgia- n front to the French War Office. It is has noi yet developed, but re- declared that a strong attack by ports of preparations for it per the German troops was repulsed. Importance is attached in Petsist. The latest advices concerning these supposed prepara- rograd to the advance movement tions come y from Amster- by the Russians in Eastern just north of the Bukowina dam in the shape of a report that 600,000 men have been sent by boundary, where they report the Germans to the Belgian fron- having effected a crossing of the Dniester. The Austro-Germa- n tier. From the Balkans come? news positions in the entire district of indicating that there is no long- Czernowith, capital of Bukowina will be threatened if this movet unanimer the ment is --continued, according ity ot opinion that the Teutonic to opinions of Petrograd military allies are Bhortly to begin an ad commentators. , - SITUATION to-da- y first-lineJFren- ch to-d- ay as canal, in Russia, the Germans are reported to have been compelled by a sudden thaw, which caused floods, to evacuate all their second line trenches, losing quantities of ammunition. Secretary of State Lansing announced in Washington that the Government has been asked for an explanation of the attack on the American tank steamer Petrofite by an Austrian submarine in the Mediterranean. Signs that a military operation of importance is impending in the Balkans is furnished by the Bulgarian Government organ at Sofia, which in a leading article asserts the right of Bulgaria to invade Greece for an attack on the French and British there. It declares that Bulgaria cannon permit these foes to remain near her borders and that they must be driven out. Recent reports from the Balkans regarding the intentions of the Teutonic allies as to a move from Southern Serbia and Bulgaria on the Entente forces at Saloniki, such as the Sofia announcement would seem to indicate, have been contradictory. Dispatches announcing a notable concentration of troops and heavy artillery along the Greek border, however, have been frequent. On both Eastern and Western war fronts the activity during the last few days has been more marked than for some time. Some movement of note may be developing at the Northern end of the Russian line, where the artillery play is reported as heavy particularly in the neighborhood ofDvinsk. The Russians profess confidence in the security of their line there, despite the German heavy guns. In Galicia they are on the aggressive, and at one point report crossing the Dniester River. In the West the initiative at present seems with the Germans, who are hammering away on the French lines from time to time and making an occasional gain, notably near Neuville, not far below the Belgian border and South of the River Somme. The visit of the Frence Premier, Aristide Briand, to Italy, i3 engaging marked attention in the various capitals. On the eve of his departure from Paris Premier Briand is quoted as declaring his confidence that he would obtain from Italian statesmen support of the strongest sort in carrying out the establishment of a closer and more effective among the Allies. Total Prussian losses in the war are estimated by an Amsterdam newspaper's statistician as Austra-Hungarian 2,377,378. to-da- Ga-lici- a, Bombardment of Smyrna, on theAsia Minor coast, by a squadron of French aeroplanes is reported from Athens. Something Good. former-apparen- Those who hate nasty medicine should try Chamberlain's Tablets for constipation. They are pleasant to take and their effect is so agreeable and so natural that) you will nob realize that) it has been produced bya medicine. For sale by Faull Drug Co. Ad7 X THEADAIR" COUNTY NEW& Resolutions of Respect. ' Whereas, aSs Uncle A!ex: -- ! (FromTiago Texas Helald.) Mr. M. Cravens spent Jast Saturday and Sunday at home. Mr. J. T. Gowdy was here from Campbellsvllle ti few days since. Mrs J. 3T. Montgomery was quite sick several days of last week. Mr. W. M. Jackson, of Campbellsvllle, bar, was here last Thurday. the Supreme Architect of the Universe has appointed unto men Just as the Sabbath day was pass- to die, He saw fit in His Infinite Wising out, the life of a noble man passed dom to remove from us our friend and away, after a lingering illness of 20 brother, James R. Gaskin. Feb 5, 1916, at the age of 76 years days or more. He was Alexander Harvey was born in Adair an upright and true citizen, a faithful, He loyal member of the Baptist church at county, Ky., on Jan, 7th, 1833 went to. school and received a good Harrodsfork, and a beloved and worthy education. He taught' school there Brother of Breeding Lodge, No. 516, of until the year of 1888i when he, with F. and A M , therefore be it, Mr. J. C. Miller, Campbellsville, was his two sisters and other members of .Resolved, that we bow In humble here a few days ago. the family, came to Texas. He has submission to the will of Him who h ' all things well, recognizing the fact "Mr. Robt" Caskey, Campbellsville, lived here 27 years. He taught school in Tioga and its that Hels allwise and too good to err, was in Columbia a few flays since. surroundings two terms, then he be- and that we, too, must soon pass to Messrs. do-(et- PARAMOUNT THURSDAY NIGHT: , PICTURES The Most Talked about Plays and Players in the Motion Picture World. William Farnum in, "The Sign Of The Cross", by Wilson Barrett. A fearless picture of the life in the Rome of Nero. This play reveals through its Chris-tians characters, the exquisite reverence and saintliness and the serenity of unquestioning faith. Dustin Farnum, '' j - SATURDAY NIGHT: .. S. A. Nbe and O C. Pace, came disabled. He was always weak- that landTrom whose bourne no travelLebanon, were here a few. days ago. ly. er' e'ver "returns Resolved, that we extend to his beMr. Ray Flowers was' laid up severHe was never married, he and two al days of last week with lagrippe. maid sisters lived together until death reaved wife and children, to his neighago. Then he bors, the Brethren of his Church, and Mr J. V. White's condition remains claimed one, 20 years and the sister left had lived together to his many friends our sincere sympaunchanged. He is yet quick sick. until God saw best to take him away. thy, and for solace and comfort can Mr. L. C Hindman, of Sonora, Ky., Life has been no pleasure to him for only point them to Him who is always visited his many friends in Adair the last year, and he has often wished right and good. county last week. Resolved, that id the death of BrothGod would take him home. They have Mr. Geo. Montgomery has returned been good and kind to each other to er Gaskin this Lodge has lost one of to his duties at the post office, after the end. Oh, how she will miss him. its true and faithful members who has being sick a week. They have fought life's battles to- been a member ever since 1894, the The MaUnee Idol, in PARLOR CIRCLE! Fnurib-fHome AFascinating Southern Romance. "Cameo Kirby" ICumb. Main 9 141 City 2291 Rates 50-75-1.- 00 "SAFETY FIRST" Rev. O. P. Bush and Mrs. Bush vis- gether. ited Louisville and Frankfort last I have heard him relate different times when the war broke out he was week. teaching school in Kentucky, and they Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barnett, of heard the army was going to march Chicago, 111 , arrived last Saturday, close by' the schoolhouse. So that Mrs. Barnett to remain several weeks'. evening he took his little band, of Dr. B. F. Taylor and wife have re- school children and marched to the turned from East Fork and are oc- corner of the road and waited for the cupying their residence on Burkes-vill- e soldiers They came marching by street. playing the band, some laughing and Miss Winnie Dohoney left last some singing. He said it was a terThursday morning' for Louisville, rible scene. Uncle Alex was a good Christian where she will remain several weeks man. Every one knew him as "Uncle before taking her position in the v Alex." He joined the Methodist South. Church' here as a charter member Messrs. Frank Rice and Eugene twenty-seveyears ago. He always Rice, Campbellsvllle, were over reliked to attend church and Sunday cently to see their mother, Mrs. Nanpast few years has cy Rice and brother-in-law- , Mr. Brack School, but for the not bee'n able to attend. He leaves Massle. his aged sister here, besides a sister, Mr. Horace Massle, of Taj lor coun- Mrs. Ermine Leach, who lives in Coty, was here a few days of last week, lumbia, Adair county Ky. He has to see his father, Mr. Brack Massie, three nieces and one pephew here, be Mrs. Nancy and his grandmother, sides others who live in Kentucky. Rice, who continue to be quite sick-Re- They have been watched over and W. F. Hogard, of Elizabeth-tow- cared for by their "niece, Mrs. A H. and Rev. J. S Chandler, of Leftwich for the past 17 years Campbellsville, two popular ministers, Funeral services were conducted by were here to attend and assist in the Rev. Albert Rogers, of Gainsville, memorial services over the remains of Texas, after which the remains were Rev. S. K. Breeding. laid to rest in the family burying A. H. Leftwich. of ground. Mr. W. H. Williams, a native county, but now of Brokenar-roAdair Okla., who visited relatives at COMMISSIONER'S SALE. old home, started on his return his trip Monday morning Mrs. Williams ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT accompanied him. OF KENTUCKY. Pltff. Laura Lasley, &c n v. n, w, church an honored member the community a loyal and useful citizen. Resolved, that we, the surviving members of the craft, should take "In fhe Heart of Loui5viIIe" Brother Gaskin for an example.and so regulate our lives that when we'come TELEPHONES IN CONVENIENCES down to death we may be spoken of as being good men. EUROPEAN PLAN Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be entered upon the minutes of this lodge, a copy be sent to the be; Chestnut Bet. 4th arid 5th Louisville, Ky. reaved family and a copy be sent to the Adair County News for publication. MISSI5SIPPLLAND FOR SALE COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Hotel Wafkins ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODERN C. C. Roe, Lewis Reese, L Akin. Sr, ) ).. Com. Soda Fountain for Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Millie Wilburn, Pltff ) - The furniture and fixtures at Gill & Waggener's store must be soldat once. Easy terms if wanted. For further particulars address, Murray Ball, Edmonton, Ky. 13-t- f. White Rock Eggs Full Stock White Rock Eggs $1.00 for 16. Set hens early. J. C. Strange, Columbia, Ky March American Magazine. I Defts. ) Jane Gaines, &c. By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderThe building being erected by Mr. ed a.ttbe January Term, thereof, 1916, W. E McCaudless, on the pike near in the above cause, I shall proceed to the roller mill, to be used for a bot- offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door tling plant is nearing Completion. Mr. in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bid McCandless will start his plant about der, at Public Auction, on Monday, the first of March. the 6th day of March 1916, atone o'clock p m., or thereabout (being REPUBLICAN CALL. County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following described propThe Republicans of Adair county erty, to wit: A certain tract of land are hereby called to meet in Mass Con- situated in Adair county Ky , on the in Covention at the Court-houswaters of Pettis Fork, containing lumbia, Ky , on Saturday, February about 50 acres, and is designated on 26th, 1916, at one a'clock, p m , Stan- Commissioners report of division and dard Time, for the purpose of electing allotment of the lands of W. A. Davis Delegates to attend the 8th Congress- deceased, as lot No. 1 This land will for S?le. ional District Convention to be held be sold subject to the life estate of in Stanford, Ky , on February 29th, Mahala Davis therein. For more e A few trios of my thoroughbred (Tuesday.) at 2:30, p. ra., for the purdescription reference is made to White Faced Black Spanish chickens, pose of electing Two Delegates and the Judgment and Order of Sale. For one and two'years old, at a bargain. Two Alternate Delegates to Reprethe purchase price, the purchaser, sent said District at the Republican with approved "surety or securities, Also eggs for hatching at 75 cents for National Convention to be held in the must execute Bond, bearing legal in- 15. Send your order early. Box 173, E. L. Feese. City of Chicago, III , on Wednesday, terest from the day of sale until paid, Columbia. Ky. the 7th of June, 1916, and for the pur- and having the force and effect of a pose of nominating our Electors for Judment. Bidders will be prepared said District to be voted for at the to comply promptly with these terms Boards and Fence posts for sale at coming November election. Also for Casey Jones Store. W A Coffey, Master Commissioner. the purpose of electing a member of tf. the State Central Committee for said "District for the ensuing four years, March Woman's Home CompanionLive Stock Dealers. and for the purpose of electing Dele-- j gates to the State Convention to be A striking innovation in the March held in Louisville, Ky , on Wednesday, We are buying sheep, hogs and catWoman's Home Companion is the March 1st, 1916. The County Convensection, with illustra- tle in Adair and adjoining counties. Alco Gravure tion to be held on February 26th, is tions printed by a new ana? attractive Will pay the highest cash market electing a Prealso for the purpose of process. This issue contains the open price. We are on the market every cinct Committeeman for each of the ing chapters of a new serial by Sophie week. 15 voting precincts of Adair county, Phelps & Bennett, Kerr entitled "The Blue Envelope," a and also a Chairman and Secretary of detective story by William J. Burns, Columbia, Ky. The Republican said Committee. an article by Andrew Carnegie, excel voters of this County and all other lent fiction and a wide variety of Farms For Sale. electors without regard to past politi- special features. affiliation who believe in the princal Among the stories and serials are ciples of the Republican party and en- "An Awfully Ttfice Girl," by Charlie If you want a good farm in atHardin dorse its policies are cordially invited Wallace Flynn, "The Rising Tide, "by Co., Right in galley. Fine-wheselecto unite under this call in. the Margaret Deland, "The Secret Sor- and tobacco land. I have some Jine tion of the above named officials. row of Aiaminta," by Elizabeth Jor- investments right now. Write me, W. F. Sanders, Chairman. dan, and "Chloe Malone; by Fannie J. T. Sanders, Sonora, Ky. By G. F. Stults, Secretary. '" r Heaslip Lea 381 4th Aye., jETew' York. e com-nlet7-14-t- f. -,14-2m14-31- Additional Locals. vs. ' In the March American Magazine are capital short stories and special articles. Tiiere is also an interesting picture section printed by the new Alco Gravure process. "The World Is Mine," by Albert W. Atwood describes the financial future opening before the United States and gives the opinions of our foremost financiers and business men concerning it. "Believing and Doing," by Emerson Hough, tells the true story of what is perhaps the most remarkable col lege in the world. Jior the. series en titled "The Glory of the States," George Ade has a characteristic armother." ticle on Indiana the state that has A full line of extra heavy tin and won eminence "withou acquiring a "Not saving ware, at double chin or wearing a wrist watch " enameled Flowers & Patteson. was young." Address the Magazine, 381 4th Ave , New York City. l-- o - Owner o? adjoining farm gathDeft. ) Bobert Wilburn, ered 54 bushels of oats per acre' in 1914. By virture of a Judgment and Order Four and f miles from Railroad of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- Just rolling enough to drain well dered at the Jany. Term, thereof, 1916, une reMdence several tenant houses in the above cause, for the sums M Some fencing, Price 832 50 per acre. UU U.UU 9VV. IO YYJlill LIIC IIILCICSU all For further information about Missis the rate of six per cent, per annum sippi or Middle Tennessee farms write from the 6th day of March, 1916, until M. E. WAINWRIGHT, Manager, paid.and $112 05 costs herein, I shall Land Department proceed to offer for sale at the Court BRANSFORD REALTY COMPANY, house door in Columbia, Ky., to the Nashville, Tenn. highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 6th day of March, 1916, at one o'clock, p. m , or thereabout, 500 men who told of the greatest (being County Court,) upon a credit blunder they had made. of six months the following described : property, The following is what some of A certain tract of Adair county. Ky., on land situated in the waters of Glensfork, containing them wrote: about 19J acres, more or less, and is "Reading worthless books." interest allottea to Robert Wil the "Did not stick to my trade." burn in a tract of land heretofore owned jointly by Robert Wiiburu and . "Did not stick to anything." others For more complete descrip"Did not take care of money." tion, reference is made to the Judgx ment and Order of Sale. For the "Beating some one out of purchase price, the purchttser, with approved sifrety or securities, must money." execute Bond, bearing legal interest Careless about my religious from the day of sale until paid, and of a Judg having the force and effect duties." ment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. "When I left my church and W. A Coffey, Master Commissioner. one-haleO-to-wit- vs. 1280 acres fn Madison County, about half in cultivation, balance open. Will produce 50 to cp bushels of corn per acre. Dark alluvial soil, easily culti-tived. money when I Pianos and o Player-Piano- s. "Refused steady position with When contemplating buying a Piano a good firm." call and get my prices. or Player-Pian"The greatest blunder of my I can save you money by getting what you want direct from Factory. See life was gambling." my catalogue before you buy. "Wasted away my time when Mrs. Goe E. Wilson, Columbia, Ky. Phone 71. I was at school." 15-t- f Foxes 82 50 to $4.00 each; Coons 1.25 each Grey Squirrels 25c. each. Send them W. T. HODGEN, to Campbellsville, Ky. Box 232, "Would not harken to the vice of older people." ad- "Not keepingmy position, but grew slack in my work." "When I left school before I ltf. was past the fourth grade." Circuit court will open at James"My greatest blunder was town next Monday. A representative this paper will be in attendance. when I learned to smoke." Casey Jones Store. Thesejmenalregret their blunders. Take warning, boys and Fresh Pink Salmon. Formerly sold girls, and try to avoid making for 15c, now 10c. blunders like these. 7-- tf Fifty thousand boards for sale at Flowers & Patteson. .- The rural teacher's pay for the seventh month is expected to.be In the Creaser Library, Chica- a little late according to State go, there isa record written by Superintendent Gilbert The Greatest Builders. THE3A.DAIRBC0UNTY.NEWS. Thought Waves. jL BUSINESS IS BASED OH COHFIDENGE AJGREAT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. fe' Centetf & tTeffevson Stuaets We will send the Adair County Louisville, - Kentucky. Newsjone year. A Theory Put Into Practica by Well Here we are again. AMERICAN PLAN The Daily Evening Post, one year, Known Business Man Bates $2.00 and $2.50 vifh year, $3.00 anc$3.50 per day The "Woman's World, one Your smile is charming hot and cold vater, Privi- with Private Bath, Home Life, one year, keep it up. lege of Bath. Home and Farm, one year, European Plan $1.00 and Up People's Popular Monthly, one year, Don't waste time talking about AJCiIj soc A beautiful calendar for 1916 all' for it. prosperity. Grab Local and Long Distance Telephones 83.25. If you want reading matter In all Rooms. Is your wife a jewel? Tell hfr now s the time to subscribe. tf A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. Tell so, anyway. WILLARD HOTEL mkajlr Howdy! -- so. her The ups and downs of business are principally ups now. Hail to sweet womanhood. Without her we wouldn't have ' any kind of a hood. Big business is on the boom, So is little business. So is all kinds of business. So are you. Man proposes, woman supposes, dad opposes, the lawyer exposes, and the judge deposes. Load up with a grouch if you like, 'but shake out a smile before you come into our grin factory. Don't worry about the mis-stak- es of yesterday. Oil up your think works and avoid making any more of them today. An eminent writer has said that we are physically, morally and mentally what our thoughts make us. Good! With this as an aid and a guide we ought to be able to diagnose the thoughts of everyone in town. frantically demanding the vote, and other and conwomen vociferously temptuously denouncing it, how in tarnation is a mere "it" of a man to decide without sinking in either the mud or the mire? With some women To Cure Children's Colds. Keep child dry, clothe comfortable, . avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is a pleasant soothing-antiseptic, raises phlegm , and reduces inflamation. dose gives relief, continued The first treatment . with proper care will avoid serious illness or a long cold. Don't delay treatment. Don't let your child suffar. Insist on Dr. Grt a bottle 25c at Paull Bell's " Ad Drug Co. King's New Life Pills. to-da- y. Plue-Tar-IIoney ing, and that royal gunner shot him accidentally, and, by way of compensation, the sum of $1,200 per annum was granted perpet J. C. BRADY ually. Although the govern"A druggist has many opportunities to make lasting friends of bis custom- ment of France has passed from ers," said Mr. J. C. Brady, popular Eeiall Pharmacist of Fall River, monarchy to empire, and empire Mass. "The very nature of his business draws their confidence for little to republic, and back again sevhelpful suggestions on the matter of eral times since,' that pension is health. Many people hare thanked me for recommending Rexall Orderlies still paid. as the best relief .for constipation and We also have a link with an in- its resultant ills." Put up in dainty candy tablet form, they are pleasant to of the taste and make an ideal laxative iteresting past home for men, women and Dickens and Little Dorrit in the for the children alike." bailiff of the Marshalsea court, We have the exclusive selling rights for who still receives a modest penIhis great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. sion of $250 as compensation for PAULL DRUG CO. . the abolition of his office .some 65 THE REXALL STORE years ago. Two of our great sea result in cubic feet is divided by lords left pensions to their denobody be100. The net register tonnage is scendants, which he gross tonnage minus all the grudges them. Rodney's heirs spaces used for the accommoda- still draw $10,000 a year, whilst tion of the crew and instruments the representative of the mighty and the working parts of the Nelson still gets $25,000 per anship. It is on the net register num from the State. Thus, tonnage that, almost invariably, since the battle of Trafalgar the dues are paid. The deadweight nation has paid considerably tonnage is the measure of the more than $2,500,000. Yet a exact!amount of cargo that a Nelson is cheap at the price. ship can carry without sinking Something Good. too deep in water. The displaceThose who hate nasty medicine ment tonnage is the space occushould try Chamberlain's Tablets for pied by the ship in water; the constipation. They are pleasant to amount of water displaced by a take and their effect is so agreeable and so natural that you will not realship is, of course, equal in ize that it has been produced by a weight to the ship and all it con- medicine. For sale by Paull Drug Adv. tains. As one ton is equal to 35 Co. cubic feet of water, the displaceTimely Topics. ment tonnage is found by dividing the number of cubic feet The forest fires of California of water displaced by 35, when last year numbered 1,234. the ship is immersed up to its The bureau of standards has draught or loadline. developed a test for platinum. l -- D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. J. A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. PIce-Pre- s. F. Dannehold, Pres. C Treas. J, F. Dannebold, Jr., Geo. Twymancc Main Street Tobacco Warehouse Co. jVTATT Strictly Independent. 11 street house EfCORPOKATED DANNEHOLD & CO. Proprs. l,:;Bi. 32 S. E. Cor. Main & Twelfth Street XjOTJISVIIZTJE, k-x-- . Storage Four Months Free of Charge. Best Light in City. Best Inspection. Sales Daily. Returns Promptly Made. Mark your hogheads, Main Auction Street House. 24. 1 1 AUTOMOBILE GIVEN AWAY Write for Particulars. 4 A FEW L. H. Jones mile of town, on Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist DROPS BOURBON POULTRY CURE Eye Specialist Special attenticn given Diseases of all Domestic Animals Office la the drinking water Makes Hens Lay Amazingly Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, LImberneck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons o medicine. At able poultry book free. BOURBON REMEDY at Residence, l 114 Vala-Ky. Jamestown road. Phone G. COLeilnstsn, Columbia, Ky. Flag Funerals. What becomes of the flags carried in battles? Britain is probably the only country that has ever allowed historical regimental flags to go in the pawnshop or auction room. As an instance, theFirst Battalion Gloucester regiment in 1886 recovered from a pawnbroker at York four flags which the regiment had borne from 1795 to 1810 through the Egyptian and Peninsular campaigns. Stone J & Stone, Attoney-At-La- w Will practice m this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky DR. JAS. TAYLOR, iHas located in Columbia and will do a General Another flag which for three years had proudly waved over Foot the gallant Thirty-nintPine cellulose is the only sub during the great siege of Gibral Liven Up Your Torpid Liver. stitute for absorbent cotton at tar was actually found covering To keep yonr liver active use Dr. present. the sofa cushions of a tradesh practice. . Lesidenee on Burkcsville Street. Office In Butler Building on Public Square- s- What is Tonnage. We often hear of the "tonnage," of ships, but how many know just what that term means ? To find the "tonnage" or dis-- " placement" of a ship is rather puzzling. The tonnage if a ship is the measure of its cubical or carrying capacity expressed in tons. At the present time there are four methods in use of ex - la pension to his heirs; yet such pressing the tonnage of a ship, is the fact. He is or was some known respectively a3 the gross little time ago, a Peterborough tonnage, the netresister ton- groom, who must be thankful nage, and the displacement ton- that the Guelphs did not repudinage. In calculating the gross ate the debts of the Stuarts. A. family in France draws a tonnaga the whole interior capacity of the ship below the ton- pension of a similar sort. One nage deck is found including of their ancestors was in the spaces on suite of the Dauphin of France that of all covered-iBeck used for stowage, and the in 1755 when he went out shoot- n An electrical process is being man's sitting room. good digestion, relieve constipation, trie'd in Russia for the manufactIn the year 1883 a pair of old aud tone up the whole system keep ure of gold leaf, heretofore made colors belonging to the Second your eye clear and your and only by hand. Battalion Border regiment were healthy looking. Only 2oc. at Paull To make a map of the world rescued by Lord Archibald Camp. Drug Co. Ad on the unprecedented scale of 16 bell from a London upholsterer Lucky Pensioners. miles to the inch is a project of vho had advertised them for sale, as if they had been mere British scientists. These flags Australia seemt to have an in- window curtains. One would scarcely think that a man who helped Charles II of exhaustible supply of marble, were afterwards preserved at England to escape atter the bat which is found there in many Kendal Parish church, and probatle of Worcester would transmit colors, in addition to pure white. bly they are still. skin-fres- h They insure To prevent old colors meeting Locust eggs, treated with sul phuric acid and lime", are used similar fates to the foregoing, for fertilizer in Sicily and other many of them have been crematr Mediterranean lands where the ed with great caremony, and the ashes carefully preserved, in a insects are common. For feeding horses a German box. Others have been buried bakery daily 20,000 loaves of with full military honors, among bread made from rye flour and the latter being sets belonging So her doctor said. Her i friends and neighbors felt sure of it too. They have used Peruna themselves and know of its merits. 1 That old cough that had J worried her for years and years, for which she had taken all sorts of cough medicines, has disappeared. Peruna is doing the work. She will recover. Indeed, she has recovered. t sawdust, the latter first being to the King's Own Scottish' borfermented and chemically treat- derers and the Second Battalion Worcester regiment. ed to make it digestible. Her name is Mrs. William Hohmann. 2764 Lincoln Ave.. Chicago, Uls. She had suffered with catarrh of the bronchial tubes and had a terrible cough ever since a child. As she got older she grew worse. She coughed both winter and summer. Had to sit up at night. Could not sleep. "But all that has left me now. Peruna has cured me." Is There are others, and there a reason. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Speed of Projectiles. luflHtk A Good WomanlGone. Many hearts were made sad teidence Phone-1- B Biobest PhoeltA You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when-sh- e needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking How fast does a bullet travel? DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Office, Front rooms 'in Jeffries up Stairs. The highest velocity ever given February 3rd, when God in his to a cannon ball is 1,626 feet per divine power, sent the JAngel of second. This is eqiial to a mile Death to the home of Mr. Frank in little more than three seconds, Shepherd and claimed for it victim his beloved mother, Rutha or nearly 20 miles in a minute. BTdg Columbia, J. B. Stonb - Kentucky J. H. Stone The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was" so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. mff 3rat? Has Helped Thousands. TCI A rifle bnllet does not travel so fast as a cannon ball, the average rate being 1,275 .feet per second. This matter ot speed is tested in .a very interesting way. Along wooden shed is used, in which a distance of exactly 100 feet has been carefully marked off. At each end of this space is a stand something like a target, with a large circular opening where the bull's eye should be. Across each opening is stretched a small electric wire, connected with a delicate instrument in another room. The rifle from which the firing is done is so aimed that the bullet which flies from it cuts both wires. Obviously, the difference in time between the cutting Woodsoa Lewis aHJEEiSTSBUJEia, KY. Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire and Barbed Wire at 20 per cent. less than Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed Rubber Roofing at less than Market. He is selling a great many articles in these lines at less than wholesale price. - Write for prices. All Wheat Ground should be Rolled Before Seeding. Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. 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. International Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent, less than I. H. C. Prices. Prices good while of the two wires marks the speed of the bullet through that. When the first wire is cut, an electric current is broken and a rod falls, mov-na pointer on a slide in its descent. The breaking of the second wire acts in the same manner on another set of rods, slides, and pointers. The difference in the marks made by the pointers on the slides makes it possible to estimate the difference in their time of .falling, and from these Calculations accurate figures as to speed are obtained. g Bryant. The deceased was reared in Adair county and was living near Garlin when the end came Thursday afternoon between 4 and 5 o'clock. She leaves six children, 4 girls and 2 boys. Her children were all with her during her entire sickness, except Mrs. Martha Harmon, who lives in Texas and Mr. Warner Shepherd who lives in Indiana. A good woman is a priceless gift from Heaven. Those whu have a devoted mother knows what it is to give up mother. Her death was due to the infirmities of old age. Sh,e was 87 years 3 months and 9 days old. She was a member of the Baptist church. Professed faith in Christ early in life and lived a consistent member until the end. She died with perfect faith in Christ, that she was going to share the joys in that home with Christ and her dear ones that have gone on before. Her earthly existence is done, but she fs a bright and shining light in heaven this morning. May all her children and grandchildren prepare to meet her in heaven, where there be no sad partings. She will be greatly missed by her son and family with whom she lived. A Granddaughter. How to Cure Colds. 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 ara prepared to do any kind of Tin Work, Hoofing, 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, DENTAL OTBICT: Dr. James Triplet! OECNTIST OVER FiVUU- - DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHO.VE 8. OFFICE PHOSB S i Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer he Adair County News and For Rheumatism. As soon as an attack of Kheuma-tisbegins apply Sloan's Liniment. m Don't waste time and suffer unneces sary agony. A few drops of Sloan's Liniment on the affected parts is all you need. Tee pain goes at once. A Chron-ic.Rheumatism stock lasts We also sell the Superior Wheat Drills, the Oliver Chilled Plows the farmers best friend, Bellvue Disc Harrows and Walter A. Wood Smoothing HarroWs. Yours For Your Good Will, Woodson Lewis, 3 grateful sufferer writes: "I was suffering for three weeks with Subscription may be and Stiff Neck, alnew or renewal though I tried many medicines they failed, and I was under the care of a What the Weekly Enquirer is doctor. Fortunately I heard of It fa issued every Thursday, subscripWar and Fools. Sloan's Liniment and after using it B tion price $1.00 per rear, audit 13 one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of tothree or four days am up and well. I day. It has all the facilitieafif the ereat War, said one who was amply depart am employed at the biggist DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnine the ment store in S. F. where they em- qualified by experience to speak, world's events, and for that reason can giuo you all the leading news. It carries ploy from six to eight hundred hands, a carries a ereat omount of valuable farm is hell. This means that war is and they surely will hear all about matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports Its numerous dea hell of a way to settle disputes. Sloan's Liniment. H. B. Smith, San partments make it a necessity to every Francisco, Cal. Jan. 1915. At Paull ome, farm or business man. It is the argument of wild beasts Drug Co. Ad exposure and drafts. Eat right. Tage Dr. King's New Discov ery. It is prepared from Pine Tar, healing balsams and mild laxatives. Dr. King's naw Discovery kills and expels the cold germs, soothes the irritated throad and allays infiamation. It heals the mucous membrane. Search as you will you cannot find a better cough and cold remedy. Its use over 45 years is a guarantee of satisfaction. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad Avoid The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only $1.35 T. Sankers Orr, who recently Surveying C. Landowners Attention. " D. Crenshaw sold will the Harrodsburg Leader, start a newspaper at VETERINARY SURGEON T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e years "3S3p Special L r-- w sf&'&f j- - experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or 4 Attnetfonto Eyes keep on hands a full stock of 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 yr J. F. Triptett, Ad - I write T. C Faulkner,? lolumbfa. Ky. Spavin or any snr Fiatulo, gical work done at fairprices. I am well fixed to take care of stock. Mor-e- v due when work is done or stock removed from stables. Poll-evi- l, Columbia, Ky the final court of demons. It you to take advantage by subscrib'ns for the above combination right now. Call is started by looters and fought or mail orders to The Adair County News, by luLatics. There is big money Columbia, Ky. in war for the looters. There is Tagaoastsa nothing in it for the' lunatic, but .v)"W flowers on their graves. The looters make their money selling WELL DRILLER murder machines. Also by loaning vast sums to the government I will drill wells in Adair and For this they take a mortgage, adjoining counties. See me be V :called government bonds, on the imcontracting. Latest whole country and all the people fore . proved machinery of all kinds. , in it, severafgenerations pay the Pump Repairing Done. Givt bill Ex. --- This grand offer is limited and we advise 5 UCATWN KEAt El I0G1ES' IESIIENCE MIWKSYILLE SHEET. The Louisville Board of Trade A campaign to raise $300,000 me a Call. and the Commercial Club .are to for an auditorium has been startbe merged. ed in Louisville, J. C. YATES .V 8 Gradyvllle. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gab-ber- t, v 4 Duggins Bradshaw, son of J. had thoroughly tried that mar- - It is said that Miss Grace TANLAC SECURES who is attending High Crit Bradshaw, is attending a Iket this season and had obtained Plenty of mud this week. very satisfactory prices for all School at Campbellsville, equals business University at Nashville. HIGHEST RECORD Duggins is a splendid young man James 'English, of Columbia, grades of his tobacco. This man the best Scholars in school. Quite a lot of produce goes to and we wish him success in his was here last week looking after fwas no less in person than Mr. - :n Luther Willis, of our community. Campbellsville from the branch newly chosen field. tobacco. Quality Tells the Interesting recently inJ, V. Dudley has houses located at this place and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rodgers, Story of This ExtraordiCasey CreeK. structed classes in vocal music at Dunnville. of Roachville, spent a few days nary Medicine. Sunday School at this place is at Mt. Zibn church and Simpson here last week visiting relatives. The Normal school here-- is progressing nicely, being Super- schoolhouse and we are expectDr. L. C. Nell was on the to' progressing nicely, under 'the intended by L A. McWhorter ing to have;some good vocal mubacco market at Greensburg a No otner medicine ever has apmanagement of Prof. John Jones, assisted by G. D. Beard. Both sic in these1 diggings tnis sum- proached the wonderful record of Tan-la- c few days of last week. Its success is a romance of the of Glenville. mer. young an enthusiastic men. f H. A. Walker, in company staid business world a success built; Eld. J. Q. Montgomery, of Ruel Tucker, formerly of this Born,- to thcwife of Lawrence on merit so unusual that in just nine with a tobacco man from Bowling Liberty, is engaged every fir3t; place, ha3 recently . moved to Blakey, on the 9th, twin girls. months after Tanlac had been introGreen, was in this section last Sunday at the Christian church Knifley, having purchased prop One of them only lived a few duced, one million bottles had been sold to men and Women who had learnweek looking after tobacco. at this place. Owing to the in- erty in that town. hours. The other still survives. ed its superior qualities for the relief C. Gowen, of Sparksville, was clement weather and high waters Uncle Johnnie Ellison is very of ailments of the stomach, liver and John Belton, probably the oldkidneys and catarrhal affections in our midst the first of the week. he missed his January appoint est man on Casey Creek, is in a sick at this time. Tanlac appeals to the best people Rufus Pulliam and Gilford ment but filled his second apeverywhere. These are the men and being It is only seven miles from this Hamilton "vere in our town the pointment. He had good audi- very serious condition, he women who judge intelligently and stricken with old age, together place to Cumberland river and impartially, and the result always is a first of the week. ences and delivered three very with some trouble in the brain. the chime of the steamboat Tanlac verdict. Upon tne endorseDr. B. P. Taylor, of Columbia, interesting sermons. whistle may be heard most any ment of many thousands of well Clements-villknown people rests the great and sepassed through here the first of Wolford Bros, exchanged their Sherman Keith, of who has been in Cincinnati hour in the day. But they cure popularity of Tanlac the week, on his return from entire stock of goods with Mr. since Christmas, was run down might be tooting in China for Those who take Tanlac always reEast Fork. W. Wethington, of Clements-villturn for the second bottle because the J. by a fast train and instantly all the good they do us. If mud first few doses establish its merits. Ky., for his farm, consistThe Adair County Spoke Co., killed. He leaves a wife and is a blessing, we who live along Tanlac is so efficient and pure, it at is now on the market, at this ing of about seventy or seventy-fiv- e be- unce makes known its value in two children to mourn their loss. the acorn of the stomach, indithey good bottom land. place, for all the spokes acres of The remains were brought to tween Columbia and Creelsbore gestion upset nerves and debility. can buy. The exact figures of difference n Tanlac, that has come to be Clementsville and put away in are blessed indeed. as the Master Medicine, may Rev. Shelley, of Columbia, in the deal has not been made St. Bernard cemetery, near the now'be"obtained in Columbia, Ky., at Elder, passed pub ic, but we do know you can our Presiding Dirigo. Page & Hamilton Drug Co., where ib Catholic church. through here Saturday enroute still buy cheap goods at the same is explained daily to many people. There is being some plowing stand. Call on Wethington. for Pleasant Ridge church, where Allen Wooten bought a young done now for the spring crop. he holds a quarterly -- meeting. On account of mud, the Casey The "merchants are being visit- mule from Willie Flatt for $125. ' Our farmers are putting in Creek Rapid Transit Co., has A Splendid A number of hog3 were sold in driven the roadster in the shed ed by a number of drummers their tfme this week preparing Clubbjng Bargain these days. The weather must this section last week at $6.00 to timber for plant beds, sowing for awhile. We Offer be pretty unfavorable when it $6.50 per cwt. grass seed and turning the soil. The good road question is behe Adair County News stops the drummers. A little son of Mr. and" Mrs. Wesley Dowell, George Gilpin ing daily discussed in this secand Baker Jessee is very sick at this tion. Some of the citizens have and J. M. Sanders were at Crocus. The Cincinnati writing with pneumonia. agreed to give two days work on Greensburg the first of the week John R. Gibson sold his farm WecRIy Enquirer looking after the sale of their the turnpike free of charge. We have had quite a scourge place last week to Harritobacco. Mr. James McDermott, of of grippe and pneumonia in this at this Both One Ky., is attending section within the last few son Fudge. Mr. Gibson will Mannsville, Mr. Lee Viers, who lives a few Year give possession March 1st, he For Only school at this place. miles from this place, is con weeks. Bahaving rtnted a house from fined to his room with a severe Subscription may be There is a possibility of Roley Annie L. Huddleston died of new or renewal ker Jessee. We getting a new dry barrel factory pneumonia on Jan. 25. She was case of pneumonia fever. What the Weekiy Enquirer is understand from his physician, in the near future. We extend a daughter of the late Thomas A party was given at the home It Is .Issued every Thursday, subscripDr. Simmons, that he is getting a hearty welcome to any incom- Huddleston, and was about 50 of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Petty tion price $1.00 per year, audit Is one of along a3 well as could be expect- ing industry which will increase years old. She had been in bad last Friday night. the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great ed. Later. He died Sunday business. DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlng the health for some time. R. L. Campbell returned from world's events, and for that reason can years night. He was twenty-fiv- e Colds and lagrippe seem to be sine yon all the leading news. It carries Vertie Collins and Montra a business trip to Louisville 'last greatly missed in every community. They are a carries a great omonnt of valuable farm old. He will be matter, crisp editorirls and reliable Aaron were married on January Monday and is now at the Cumfrom the community. The en- certainly plentiful in this one. market reports. Its numerous dethe 14th. The groom is a son of berland Circuit Court. partments make It a necessity to every tire section is in sympathy with E. 0. Christie is talking of goome, farm or business man. Mr. G. W. Collins, and is one of Some of our farmers ,have This grand offer Is limited and we advise the bereaved family. ing, to Hot Springs to be doctored our best young men. The bride been burning plant beds preparyou to take advantage by snbscrib'ng for the above combination right now. Call Warren Sexton, who has been for rheumatism, which has at- is a daughter of Mr. J. P. Aaron, atory for a crop of tobacco the or mail orders tc working at the blacksmith trade tacked him very severely. and one of our best, as well as coming season. The Adair County News, past few Mrs. Allie Mays, who is away most handsome young ladies. in our town for the Columbia, Ky. years, has very recently decided being treated for her health, is They have the good wishes of Melvin Petty made a business trip to Greensburg, Louisville that he will abandon his occupa- expected to return home soon. the community at large. and other points last week. He tion to some extent and will in Miss Josie McWhorter, of OkU. G. Collins sold his farm on was accompanied by his little the near future move to a farm lahoma, is visiting relatives and Cedar Creek to I. F. Andrew, son, Osbourne. and devote, at least part of his friends here. for $2,200. The farm time to farming. Winberry, Oregon. The wife of Jack Mann, of Mrs. A.- A. Miller is visiting Landowners Attention. where he will locate, is known this place, is in a very danger- her sister, Mrs. Olie Conover, of in this section as the Sexton T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do ous condition at this writing Columbia. Editor News: by C. L. Keltner. farm, owned with a cancer of the stomach. Find enclosed $ . 00 for which your Surveying correctly. Messers. Velmer Aaron, As he goes out we understand please keep The Adair County James Mayes, the blacksmith, and Miss Carry that Burtris Sparks, a well- years He has thirty-thre- e visited his sister, Mrs. Lillie Vaughan will enter school at News coming to me. known blacksmith, formerly of experience. Charges reaMartin, at Coburg, Saturday Bowling Green in a few days. Now, I will tell you a little this place but for the past year night, sonable. Phone 74 or A trio of .better young people about the state of Oregon. It is has been engaged in the business at Sparksville, will move to Several of the young men than these cannot be found, and a great State, but I don't like write place and the work go right have gone to Cincinnati and oth- they are each making good in living here very well yet, but this T. f . Faulkner,f suppose the longer I stay I like on with another good black-- - er points seeking employment. the teaching profession. Tofumbia. Ky. Prof . John Jones has rented a Lewis Huddleston, who has better. Old, Kentucky is ,the smith right on hand. to) me, as I was born best State of the house of the wid While in conversation with portion been teaching in Cumberland and reared there. Floyd, and will have his wife county, band killed quite a large wild one of our best tobacco raisers, ow has returned home. They raise quite a lot of hay cat Monday. teaching here. who has grown the weed every with him while C. W. Aaron sold to Dick and grain, in, these parts. Raise What has become of the Joppa year since he became a citizen Wheat is looking fine in this Bunch, of Sand Lick a small hots of sheep and goats. correspondent? Gome again as of our community and has been community. tract of land for $125. ' We have had quite a lot of I enjoy reading the Joppa letters The Roller Mill, situated at a very successful tobacco man, property of snow since the first day of JanA good mare, the as that was my old home place. informed your reporter that he this place, is making some good J. P. Aaron, died a few days ago. uary, has snowed some every Well, I must bring this to a had tried all the markets with flour and plenty of it. W. G. Collins has rented the day or night, but is raining at close Wishing your force a tobacco and he had never found Willard Burriss, of this place, r prosperoui yer, one that would beat the Greens-- ; who spent ten months of last Webb property at Glensfork and present. Your Truly, burg Loose Leaf house. To take year in Illinois, entered the Bap- will live at that place till he can There is quite a lot of game in Mrs. M. E. Golden, buy a farm and relocate. everything into' coniideration he tist College at Campbellsville. this part of the State. Myhus- - e, e, tree-wild-hog-tr- general-know- , $1.35 Survey ing - 1