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He Dies From a Blow MrucK by a f Since time immemoral made it posYou often see a woman at the mar sible for man to live, the human race ket pinching the end of a chicken's Highwayman in Cincinnati. (by h. d. bakek) has always cherished a desirous "hope breastbone to find out how tender in for a long life, but so many are cut other words, how young the fowl Is. Buried at Chattanooga. Aaron Redmon, who made a declaradown in their youth and even in mid- Oddly enough, the same test with tion under the acts of' 1818 and 1820, dle age by tho Grim Reaper. So few human beings is one of the most reBishop T. C. Carter, of the United was 76 years old. He enlisted from ever reach and enjoy the age of 80 liable known. If in advanced life the Loudon county, Virginia, in the 12th Brethren Church, years and remain strong and erect. But lower end of your breastbone feels in Adair county, was recently struck on Regiment, Riflemen uKler Gapt. West, the suject of this sketch, Mr. W. F. elastic when pushed inward, you may the head in Cincinnati, robbed of five Col. Morgan's command, and served Neat, was 80 years old March 5th and assume that no important changes dollars In money, dying a few days in this corpse twelve or thirteen was joyously surprised. Sunday morn- have yet taken place in your arteries, ing at about 10 o'clock the neighbors or otherwise in your anatomical makethereafter from the blow. Bishop months, after which, he enlisted for Carter arrived in Cincinnati from Co the war. He was at the battle of and friends began to gather at his up. lumbus, Ohio, and stopped at a small Fort Washington, Monmouth, Brand home with baskets and The human breastbone is shaped boxes of the finest provision possible like an ancient Roman sword, and the hotel. He did not register when he dywlne, Germantown, Stony Point Is. enarrived, February 19th, but went cut and Trenton, besidesother smaller Coming as our fathers' dld, largely and was served in the old fashioned upper part of it is like the sword gagements.. He received a bayonet for a walk. He returned late in the handle. Its point is a piece of carfrom the Mother State, Virginia, way. evening with a. cut place over his flesh wound at Stony Point. Uncle Frank is one of the most tilage, which anatomists call the many of them, (I might say, most of right eye. He told the clerk that he John Smith who made proof of serv- them) soldiers of the Revolution, or prominent men in Central Kentucky, "xiphoid" cartilage. The early hardenbad been attacked by footpads and ices, was in the battle of Guilford, and children of those who took part in having served the people with high ing and stiffening of it indicates that robbed of five dollars. Erysipelas set at Ramsey's Mill, on Deep river. that great struggle, they brought esteem for over 60 years, principally in the changes that accompany old age up and a few days after the attack Moses Smith was also in said battels with them the spirit of independboth branches of the Kentucky Legis- have prematurely begun. Rupert Phillip Winfrey was at the Siege of ence, the love of liberty personal and lature and county court clerk for a Blue in Tiie Youth's Companion. . he died. His remains were conveyed to Chat- York. John Self who proves the serv- political, which animated and sustain- number of years and also worked in tanooga for interment, Bishop Math- ices of Winfrey, was also present at ed them during that trying period, the revenue service with confidence, Good Stock. ews preaching the funeral discourse. said time. The following: named sol and the sufferings, trials and priva- taught school, sold goods and various Detectives are at work on the case. diers made proof of service but made tions through which they passed in other things, and always has a warm The deceased was formerly a Bishop no detailed declaration, viz: William subduing the wilderness to civiliza-tion,onl- y heart and a broad smile on his face, I have a registered Short Horn bull in the United Brethren Church and Rogers, aged 74 years, Thomas Branon, served to Intensify that and the writer hopes and cherishes on my farm. One dollar at the gate made frequent trips to Adair and aged 83 years, William Janes aged 74 spirit. the thought that he may enjoy many with return privilege. I also have a Russell counties, holding conferences. years, Charles Butterworth, aged 70 Duroc Jersey boar which will serve the- - shade of our more birthdays As we sit y in He was a talented map and for sev- years, Matthew McGlasson, aged 77 home trees, surrounded by all that is Those present were: J. R. Beard, upon the same terms. eral years put in his time delivering years, Thomas White, aged 69 years, needed to make us comfortable and G A. Cundiff, F W. Miller, W. H. 19-W. T. Dohoney. Joseph Miller, aged 79 years, John happy, we should not fail to keep in Evans, Owen Beard, Virtees Grant, lectures. Shirley, aged 72 yearsjohu Polly, Josh- grateful remembrance the heroic vir- L. A. Neat, W. R KDifley, G. W. Silas Sullivan, who was charged ua Atkinson, Robert Bushly, Solomon tues of the fathers and mothers, who B. G. Knifley, Ray Knifley, Ded at Russell Springs. with being implicated in removing inRoyse, Wm. H. Price, Thomas Coch- in times of danger, and with priva- Arvis Wesley; Mrs. Sarah E. Miller, dictments from the Russell County ran, Archibald Skaggs, John Tupman, tions that we can not now fully appre- Mrs. Lizzie White, Mrs. Lona Circuit Clerk's office, was given a trial Mrs. Mary B. Dunbar, who was fifty-fou- r ages not given. Mrs Montra Beard, Mrs. Sarah ciate, with more than Spartan courat the term of circuit court which years old, died at Russell Springs As has been observed in reading the age rescued from savage beasts and B. Wheat, Mrs. Lena Knifley. Mrs. closed last week. He was found guilty last Tuesday night at 10 o'clock. She above sketclies, these soldiers of the more savage men, "Thedarkand Bloody Hattie Wesley, Mrs. Myrtie Neat, and given an indeterminate sentence, was a sister of Mrs. W. H. Wilson, men when Ground," and made of it a habitation Misses Fannie Evans, Florence Revolution were from two to ten years in the penitenthis place, and Mr. J. D. Irvin, of they made their all old. Mabel Combest, Mrs. Nona Mill- tiary. A declarations and for the generations which followed, motion for a new trial wa3 Creelsboro.The deceased had been afer, Misses Annie Rubarts and Marie overruled, and an appeal will likely proof of services their ages running and will follow in the years .to come. flicted for six or seven years, but was years. sixty nine to ninety-eigh- t They fcund the country ar wilderness, White. btfaken. devotedly watched by her son. Came from Many who served wjth thgra, and and they made of It a happy dwelling i ron, the only child, during her long Limestone Phosphates at 7 came out to Kentucky as pioneers, had place for their children; the forests X To Close. t. illness. Page & Hamilton's. died before the passage of the act of gave place to orchards; the cane fields Wm. IrShe was a daughter of Mr. 1832, and hence, no record Js preserved to fields of corn, wheat and verdant Mail Routes Let. vin, who, for several years made his of their services. We have only given meadow lands. The Greensburg Tobacco Market will home in Columbja, and who died at those who made applications1 for penThese old men, many of them, were close down for this season on March Green River Bridge, Jast summer, sions. If the sources of information but little educated in books: they The following mail routes have been 24th. Any farmer wishing to sell his en route to Louisville. Her huswhile were available, it would be a pleasant would have been out; ofrplace in what awarded for the next four years: N. band, W. S. Dunbar died at Creels-boro- , duty to furnish a record of all of them. is called a polished circle of Society, M. Tutt, from Columbia to Creelsboro; tobacco on this market will have to get r many years gor- -I will say in this connection, that I yet they were educated and trained J. W. Walker the Giadyvilie, Knifley in pretty soon. We will only have two "When sixteen years of age, Mrs. Dunam indebted to this old record book for the work which they had to do. and Tarter routes; C. C. Baker the sales each week from now till closing bar confessed her Savior, united, with for some facts of family history perThey were alumni from another Columbia and Burkes ville route. date, but if we haven't sufficient tothe Christian Church, Creelsboro, and sonal to myself which it was the school a school whose lessons are The Campbellsviile route has not been bacco will sell only on Friday of each lived a consistent member until her means of revealing of severe expe- let, the Government considering the facts which never death. The burial was in Jamestown were unknown to any person then liv- rience forgotten that week. and discipline. In it they bids too high. It will be re-lthe cemetery, a great many relatives and 'Greensburg Loose Leaf Tobacco Co. , learned the lejssons which they needed 4th of April next,, ing. . .. ?'.. friends attending, Mr. and Mrs. W courage, of endurance Some two or three years ago, I was to know of H. Wilson being among the number. self reliance, which enabled them & Bennett will have . three, Death at ftiiif ley t The passing of this good woman seated in the county court clerk's and. to meet hardships and overcome diffof hogs on the Louis'vTlle. office, and something was said about leaves her son, Cameron, alone, and he iculties before which we perhaps would , market this week. the information contained in this old ,!$ m. will make his home In Colombia! Mr. Jame3- - Humphrey; pwticr. .isvas stand, appalled., "record book. The clerk . arose- - and about eighty years old, diectfatFKtilfley,' ""case, and1 placlngvit (The end.) For Sale. .took.lt fram-th-Successful Operation. Adair, county, last Thursday night.' Vtoc In before me, remarked: "res., it lt(M 1U If.youare ruptured use only a Smith- He was a good citizen, one who had, lt some Very interesting reading.' I many friends He had berriir Ifeebla ' v. I have about 40 head of cattle. . Mr. J. P. Dohoney, Sr., underwent opened it at random, andaslt happen sonian Truss. Sold by health for several years'' .Many of 'his L. W. Collins, Page & Hamilton. very serious operation at St. Anr ed it was at the page contafafngj tpe 19-a former neighbors attended the funeral Mbntpelier,. Ky. thony Hospital, Louisville, last Tues- narrative of Col. David Trabue. As I Mr. Fred Faulkner, who is a son of and burial. day lorenoon, and we are glad to re- read down the page I cme to this port that it was successful. Dr. W. statement; "He states that he is able Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Faulkner, of this The pastor has installed an electric . Mr. Edgar Reed has purchased a one W. E. J. Flowers, who was present, has re- to prove substantially much of. the place, went to LaGrange last week doorbell at the Presbyterian manse. half Interest inthis place, McCandless and the firm bottling plant, where he stood an examination for turned home, and he reports that Mr. services performed by him, by John law license He readily passed, and Some have had difficulty in making Is now McCandless & Reed. The firm Dohoney stood the ordeal heroicly and Baker and William Baker, of the any one hear when they knocked at Is now doing nicely. Every Indica county of Cumberland," and that he will open an office at Campbellsviile. the front door. There will be no dif- will also put in a plant at Lebanon, fn that tion points to his recovery, and to his had procured their affidavits, which At present he Is the road engineer of ficulty in the future. Go and try the and the two gentlemen are arrangecity this week to perfect Taylor county. He has a wife and return home in a few weeks. This would be filed with his application for R. V. Chapin. new bell. ments. The bottling business has benews will be gladly received by Mr. pension. Although these old men had three children and has resided in come, in a sense, like moving picture Dohoney's many friends in Adair coun- died before I was born, I knew that Campbellsviile for several years. Misses Ellen and Josie Walker have shows. As long as people can see ty. William Raker was my grandfather, A man named Haden, charged with purchased the J. E. Flowers residence, they will attend, and as long as men and John was his brother. I also bigamy, was tried in the Russell cir- on Greensburg street, consideration and women can swallow, soft drinks Eggs for Sale. knew from family tradition that four given four one thousand dollars. It is now being will be in demand. It is an immense brothers, James, John, Thomes and cuit court last week and years in the penitentiary. It will be occupied by Mr. Frank Garrison and business, all over the country. White Leghorn Eggs William came from Chesterfield coun- remembered that this man left his as soon as he vacates the Misses "WalkS. C. Buff and ty, Virginia, about 1805, and settled fer hatching. $1 for 17v county, went to er will remove to it. For the present White Rock Eggs. in .Cumberland county. It occurred to lawful wife in Russell Mrs Nannie Biggs, another State and was again married. they will occupy a residence in the me, that if John and William Baker Coburg, Ky. county Tutt addition. could prove the services of Daniel Tra- The last wife came to Russell 16 for 60cts; 32 for 31.00. Received and was the prosecuting witness. George McLean has 80 white leghorn bue, they too, were perhaps In the for Sale. first premium at Columbia fair, hens, and about 14 of them layed service. 'ilre. L. y. Turner, The presbyterian prayermeeting will throughout the month of February, I wrote to the Department at Wash- be held at the home of JudgeLH. C. Set of harness, steel hames, leather Montpelier, Ky. t '"' " "'. producing 401 eggs, an average of an ington and In a few days received a Baker on Wednesday night jrtf at 7 6 tugs.-- Gpod as new. Bargain. each of the hens. On communication egg a day for stating that they o'clock. A cordial Invitation is :given ".."-' Ji B. Higginbottom,Ky. the four Sundays in the month Mr. were both soldiers in the war and in- to all in the neighborhood to meet Mr. Bird Keltner, who was 77 years Creelsbora, McLean gathered 55 eggs; an the four forming meTthat William .t Baker was with us. R. V. Chariih, Pastor. .olddiedinthe Keltner neighborhood ; n the .five ,tiUsiys 68 j "'Wednesdays Tuesdays 64; borji December 17th, 1764 ChesterTTeese, wlio is a compositor IStatftKiay.- 'Mr. 13. L. 51;-o- n the field county, Virginia, where he enlistThe following marriage licenses In this office, had a rare occurrence to took place at Pickett's Chapel Sunday, tattlM 'iour foor Thursdays 53; vn the four Fri ed as a private in the Virginia mil- were issued from the Adair County happen in his one day last the Masonic Fraternity being in itiafirst enlistment in Jai'aary 1779, Clerk's office the latter part of Feb- week. He goes to the henery late tn charge. Aays 60; asd on. the 4 Saturdays 50. John McDanlel to .Lizzie under Oapt. Barnet Maicham, Col. ruary; to gather eggs. One of Express packages will not be al- Thos Bowlin; afterwards under the White; Jas. N. Spares to Birdie B. the afternoons his hens has been a very prolific layer, Harry Lazarus Co., bought 5 mules lowed takealfrom the office until the sameCaptaln, and Col. Robt. Good.and Rosson; Gifford Reece to Bertha M. and when he went to her nest he found here Monday, paying from 8120 to $180 charges are paid This applies to every again, in 1781 under Capt Edward Reach. five eggs and six fine kittens, all doing per head. body. Mosely, Col. Faulkner, Gen. Muhlen-burwell. Barger Bros , Agts was in the battle of PetersAfter the first day of March the Sale, talking machine needles. burg, and attack on Sudberry; that he weather has been very disagreeable ' Mr. Curt Coleman, of Edmonton, 19-- For T. G. Rasner & Son.. was. county court. Mule Monday removed to Cumberland county, Ky., here, raining and snowing nearly ev- spent night In Columbia, from Bowling Green, from Chesterfield county, Virginia, buyers were here in ery day up to the present. on his return home from Lexington. Born, to the wife of Lewis Raymond but only a few were purchased. 1805, and that he was granted a pen He brought with him a very fine stable Oudly, the 6th inat , a 12 pound son. other business men had a sion, Certificate No., 6868, Issued Hogs in this part of the country are horse whieh he purchased in the Blue .fair iw of trade. March B, 1833, under the act of June getting scarce. Haadreds have been Grass. A number of Columbians got 7th, 1832. D. E. Phelps bought a 16i mule Moa shipped to market in the last two a look at the animal and they report Attention is called to Barger Bros! day, from E. Dodly, for 12750 They were a fine type of men, the weeks. him a beauty. advertisement, into day's paper. well-know- n well-filleto-da3t came into, and opened up the Green and Cumberland river country, and it is not a matter of wonder, that even after the lapse of more than, a hundred years, the impress of tl eir lives is seen and felt in their des endents, not only here, but elsewhere n other great commonwealth's of tt a Union, whither they have gone in s larch of home and fortunes. The N( rth, the South and the great West have been made rich by their contributions to them of noble men and women, who have assisted in building up new states as their fathers andmothers assisted in making of Kentucky what it Surprise Birthday Dinner. A Test of Youth. Ru-bart- s, Ru-bart- s, Ru-bart- s, 'I v-- 19-l- -- - et car-load- s e 1 lor-sale- -- - tf -- 19-3- t. -- -V 19-2- 19-l- t. hen-hous- e g; 19-3- 6. 2t last-Tuesda- y Mer-obaatsa- ad THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The Booster and the Killer After Those Higher Up. Wild Geese doing North. Either we are going to have an early spring, or a lot of wild geese are very foolish. For several bunches have honked across the heavens making their way to the northland. It is two or three weeks earlier than they have usually passed over this community. But while we may or may not have an early spring, it ia certain that the 'birds know nothing about the kind of weather we are going to encounter. They are early in migration this year for the reason that the weather in the south has been unusually mild. But they may yet be driven south again, and are certain to be driven if there should be a blizzard of several days duration to the north of us. The geese must depend upon foodstuff found in the fields and about the edges of the lakes and rivers. They do not fish or shell fish to any extent, and dive little for their sustenance. So if the rivers and lakes are frozen about the edges, the geese are driven to the fields and if the fields are covered with snow, as they are likely to i)e, they are without food and must wing their way Flooding and Cramping! STELLA-VITA- E Pointed Paragraph. The Scott county grand jury, Nearly every town has two in its report, took a whack at classes of citizens the boosters the society women, "leaders in and the killers. All the world the churches," for the example loves the former, but even the they set in their various games devil shuns the latter. The report and amusements. Be a booster! says in part: The town booster is known by "It seems rather inconsistent everybody, for he is always do to us to investigate misconduct ing and saying something to in negroes and white men and push his town and its people boys, while mature women in our along. He is the man who community who are leaders in makes the town. The killer is church and social circles, set the the one who destroys it. example by their games of Be a booster! prizes and other valThe booster never loses any- chance for thing by his boosting. He boosts uable consideration. Why should ignorant negroes be prosecuted other people and other people offense of gaming while boost him, and through this com- for the religious leaders bination of boosting great things the social and county go un are accomplished. It is only the of the town" and guilty of the same killer who falls of his own molested when weight, of his own sword, of his offense? "The grand jury are unani own deeds. mous in their opinion that the Be a booster! good women of the community The booster is like a ray of should set the example for the sunshine on a cloudy day. He brightens everything and every- walks of society, and should not body around him. His geniality, set a bad example for those who safeguards of his cheerfulness, his energy and have neither the to enable his good deeds breed hope in the character nor culture temptation of bosom of despair. His words fthem to resist the gambling. and his acts aid others and enno- the dangerous spirit of "As long as these good women ble himself. But the killer only are permitted to continue their kills just kills, kills, kills! gaming, it will be extremely difBe a booster! among This town has many boosters, ficult to enforce the law other classes, who must wonder and you all know them, you imyou respect them. why they also cannot enjoy And your respect is more pre- munity from its penalties. "The grand jury have not sumcious to the genuine booster than is your gold. It is only the kill- moned any of the women citizens er who stands alone, without of Scott county who engage in friends, without hope for the different forms of gambling contrary to law, but would suggest If you stand up for yourself others can't sit down on you. Brotherly love as practiced by most men isn't even platonic. Why is it STOPPED ITS This has a world of meaning to every woman who suffers as Mrs. J. S. Blair, of Enterprise, Okla., suffered and there are many thousands such Mrs. Blair tells the story of ber suffering and cure much better than we can tell it. We Quote ber own words: I had been nooding, crampinz and vomiting for Are .months and taking medicine from as eood a doctor as the country affords, bat be did me no good. I got tired of doctor's medicine and sent to the drug store for a woman's medicine and tie druggist sent me STEIXA-VITA- B. "One bottle stopped everything and I felt like a different woman. I bare used six bottles already and will continue to use and praise STELLA-VITA- E whenever I meed a woman's medicine." that so few married women have the gum habit? By the time the first baby is year old it has a toy bank full of money. As a money-gett- er the self-ma-de man may not class with politician. the machine-made What STELLA-VITA-E did for Mrs. Blair it will do for you. We guarantee the first bottle to benefit you. Your money back if it don't. You cannot afford to not try it when Job was a patient man, who never had occasion to telephone when the line was busy. Tact is what a woman uses who can propose to a man in such a way that he believes he did it himself. Nowadays the honeymoon be gins to bump the bumps about the time the bride begins to do you have all to gain and not a penny to lose. Go to your dealer todag and begin trying STELLA-VITAtrying to become welL We lose the price if you are not benefited. In many years of guaranteeing STELLA-VITA-E less than one bottle out of every thousandths failed to benefit. E, .ore a thousand to enai Torn- - chances ofbstntsbcnefstftd Thacher Medicine Co. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. the cooking. A woman may be lucky to have no sen3e of humor if she is compelled by fate to associate, with egotists of the male spe-ie- s. Chicago News. The Aches of House Cleaning. For Sale By Page & Hamilton. Pyrus. Burning plant beds and sowing oats is the order of the day in this neighborhood. We are having a lot of sickness and deaths in our community. Uncle Joe Chastine is very low with a cancer on his face. It has already eaten off his ear and a part of one side of his face. He suffers a great deal. Born, to the wife of Cassius Coffey, Feb., 20th, twins. A boy and girl. Babies doing nice ly and mother not so well. W. S. further south. It is not unusual to find migratory birds driven south after the first venture to the northland, but they do not return as far south au the started, drifting down into Kentucky or Tennessee, and living in the fields until the weather moder ates and they can get along in the north. The pain and soreness caused by and straiding during house cleaning time are soothed away by Sloan's Liniment. No need to suffer this agony. Just; apply Sloan's Liniment to the sore spots, rub only a little. In a short time the pain leaves, you rest comfortably and enjoj a refreshing sleep. One grateful user writes: "Sloan's Liniment is worth its weight in gold." Keep a bottle on hand, use it against all Soreness, Neuralgia and Bruises Kills pain. 25c at Paull Drug Co. Ad, bruises, over-exertio- n Taylor Bill Passes Senate Dr. B. M. Taylor's bill which provides that no person residing in local option territory may re? ceive more than one half gallon of whiskey or five gallons of beer in any one calendar month, and that no concern can ship more than this quantity to any persons in local option territory in one month and that all shipments must be in one package or receptacle, passed the Kentucky Senate last week after a sharp skirmish between the "drys" and "wets." This is the first bill of importance introduced by a which has passed the Senate so far in the present session of the Assembly. He-public- an future. Pickett has sold several bushels of seed oats, at fifty There may be a killer or two jury be charged by the court to ward spring that it is certain cents per bushel in the last few in this town, but we hope not. look into the matter and see if we shall not have a great deal days. But if there any we hope they something cannot be done to more intensely cold weather. A few of the neighbers met at will cease killing and go to boost- have the evil suppressed." That we shall have "spells" ing. There is no honor or profit there is little question. But we Porter Sexton's last Tuesday Rank Foolishness. in killing, but there is much to are within sight of higher tem- night and had an old fashioned You occasionally see it stated that peratures and the sun is getting singing. be gained through boosting. Be a booster! to the court that the next grand It is getting so well along to- Be a booster! We need the booster we need more boosters. But we can exist handsomely without the killer, for the killer's principal diversion in life is to take a knock at the town, at its people, at their ways, and at everything and everybody connected therewith except the killer. Be a booster! colds do cot result from cold weather That is rank foolishness. We it true colds would be- as prevalent in midsummer as in midwinter. The microbe that causes colds flourishes in damp, cold weather. To get rid of a cold take Chamberlain's Cough .Remedy. It is effectual and is highly recommended by people who have used it for many years as occasion required, and know its real value. For sale by Adv Paull Drug Co. - so high in the heavens that it Born, to the wife of Amos drives a good deal of heat into Coomer, a girl. Mother and the geese have child doing nicely. probably not made any great How to Prevent Croup. mistake. They can get along on little food for several days, and When the child is subject to attacks it isn't likely we shall have two of croup, see to it that he eats a light the earth. So -- 3V However ugly a gentleman is and gents are usually ugly are any killers in this he will be so respected if polite If there town let's convert them, so we indusand of a money-makin- g can all be boosters. The booster try. is of value to every legitimate thing with which he comes in When a political convention contact, while the killer is not meets the delegates always look even of value to himself. Heav-lov- for a reel artist 'to paint the a booster and hell is full scenery; they call it writing the of killers. platform. Everybody boost! Did you ever repeat a complipaid to yourself without It is easier to tell your age to ment exaggerating it &, little comthoie older than yourself than pound the interest, so to say? to those younger. es or three weeks of continuously ach may bring on an attack, also severe weather. Dayton (Ohio) watch for the first symptom hoarseness, and give Chamberlain's Cough Daily News. Watch Child's Cough. evening meal, as an overloaded stom Eemedy as soon as the child becomes hoarse. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv When to TaXe Chanter's Tablets. running of nose, continued irritation of the mucous membrane if neglected may mean Catarrh later. Don't take the chances do something for your child! Children will not take every medicine, but they will take Dr. King's New Discovery and without bribing or teasing. Its a sweet pleasant Tar Syrup and so effective. Just laxative enough to eliminate the waste poisons. Almost the first dose helps. Always "prepared, no mixing fussing. Just ask Paull Drug Co., for Dr. King's New Discovery. It will safeguard your child against ailments resulting from colds. Colds, sej-riou- s When you feel dull and stupid after If a man's opinion is not asked eating. he yv When constipatedlor bilious. When you have sick headache. When yon have a sour stomach. When you belch after eating. A man who does you a favor When you have indigestion. never gives as good measure as When nervous or despondent. When you have no relish for your the man who is getting even meals. When your liver Isjtorpid. with you. Adv. For sale by Paull Drug Co. with. in a few minutes, give it, any way. When X want to do a .thing, 1 man is usually adfind it difficult to persuade myself to the contrary. A common mired, if people ever bear of him Adv. failing? A-mod- ?j? THEf ADAIR COUNTY NEWS' - EVERYTHING IN "'i-" ROOFING Asphalt, Qravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. incorporated 11 2-- proving nicely. Also Miss Jen- sleep with a pair of green eye nie Cheatham is able to be up goggles on. again. The exceedingly dry weather Mr. G, T. Ledbetter and fam- of this year has dried up two ily left for Westfield, 111., last ponds and a section of Gimlet week where they intend to make creek. It has also caused the We regret very Rye Straw voting precinct and their home. Poke Eazley's cow to go dry. much to give them ud. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Traylor Aid has been summoned from were the guest of Mrs. Traylor's Tickville. Raz Barlow has been hunted brother, 0. T. Smiley, at Breeding Saturday night and attended this week by the Deputy Constable on a charge of breaking the quarterly meeting. Charlie Bradshaw has moved up a birthday todo at Bounding The into the house recently vacated Billows Saturday night. Deputy got on track of him yesby Mr. Ledbetter. obMiss Mary Ruth Winfrey is terday, but Raz escaped by visiting her grandma, Mrs. Lloyd, scuring himself in the cloud of dust raised by his mule. this week, Sam Smith, a son of George Smith, left for Illinois recently. Misses Clyde and Eula Tray-lo- that he saw a large drove of the tail off of four fine shirts on green squirrels cross the road. the clothes line. Mrs. Bettie Lloyd, who has Sidney says he could be mistakA representative of the home been sick for some time, is im- en in the color, having gone to paper happened along, practiced his skill in First Aid on the old man's anatomy, gave the boy a pill for his sting and in return had the pleasure of making the old man a steady subscriber for lifetime. To avoid all accidents subscribe Beck's Store. ' " for your home paper Exchange. to-da- y. CO- - WORKED HIS WEAK POINTS. but Lots erf Curiosity and Cowardice. "Cariosity and cowardice," said the one legged veteran, "are the chief characteristics of aU monkeys and of most men. 1 worked In a zoo after the war. 1 was the keeper of the monkey house. My biggest charge was an boy, d ape the size of a and It was. through his cariosity and cowardice that I used to manage him. "We exercised this ape In the big room every day, but when we wanted him to go back to his cage he'd climb p to the roof of the big room, and even with food you couldn't tempt bin Mr. Ape Had No Memory, twelve-year-ol- 1 16 Eaat Mattel street BelweetVJFIrst and Brook Louisville, Ky. r Birdseve viewjloffour Plant ILLUSTRATED,. r were the guests of Miss Feriba Smith Sunday. Mr. Earl Williams, of Burkes ville. was up on the creek Sun- ii Mil WORLD 'i1- The Most f&rt Interesting Magazine Published. Timely Articles with Over 200 Striking Pictures in SO m1 down. "So 1 would go to Jack Lover and take him gently by the arm and direct his attention In a quiet, mysterious manner to tha dark passage under the steam pipes. day. Sam Booker and family were IS Cents "Largest m Dixie" fey 7wohnanitictnm Each Number V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated visiting at J. E. Sparks Sunday. Lots of plant beds being burned in this part of the county. C. C. and E. 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Turkish and Electric Baths his little boy to borrow the copy brilliancy, of the fifth to impart timwhen passing her house. bre and of the third and sixth to ImWRITE iron RESERVATION'S. taken by his neighbor. In haste part richness, and will be amplified by The Dog Hili preacher has had the sounding board. the boy ran over a $4 stand of QALT HOUSE 3?X.-A-- For Catarrh Wherever Located. remedy 'X sure, safe, time-trie- d for Catarrhal Affections of every description. Sold by all Druggists. "Write the Feruna Co., of .Columbus, Ohio. They wiU you free. ad-yi- se ity and cswardice, but very short oa memory." Chicago Herald. He was long, you see, on curios- a hair cut. Poke Eazley says it bees and in ten minutes looked seems like the preachers oi this swarthy summer squash. day and time try to look as nice like a Ship Your Tobacco io The His father ran to his assistance as anybody. "OLD RELIABLE LOUISVILLE HOUSE" and failing to notice a barbed A large red necktie worn by wire fence ran through it cut a Whereevery Hogshead will have the Best of Attention, and be sold Raz Barlow got wet in the rain handful of flesh from his anat Saturday and began shrinking for its Full Market Value Returns promptly made-P- our omy and ruined a four dollar up so rapidly that Raz was chokmonths storage Free. pair of pants. The old cow took ed very badly before the assistadvantage of the gap in the fence Glover & Durrett, Mgrs. L. T. Logsdon, Asst. Mgr, ant coroner could remove it. into the corn field and and Ellick Hellwanger, who last killed herself eating green corr. spring used to sit in the far Hearing a racket the wife yi n . & Oft S back end of the Dog Hill church out, upset a n churn cf every fourth Sunday, has gradcream into a basket of little wmfm JiEST PRICES PAID ually improved his ways until chickens, crowning the entire Remittance) Mailed es Day now he sits on next to the front bunch. In her haste she dropShipment is Received J No Commissioa to Pay seat. ped a $?5 set oi teeth. Write for Price Lirt tad Shippiaz Tag UXDERTAKER A2TO EMBALMER Henstep,will climb to Fletcher The baby, having been left COX.TJMBIA, KY. M. Sabel & Sons his housetop next week and come Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to alone, crawled through the spillbeMperated EtbJ&kc 1K6 send out in a few .minutes after receiving down the chimney to remove the LOWSV&LE, KY. ed milk and into the parlor ruinorder. No extra coarse for hearse. All kinds of Bobes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co soot. AH, of bis children are getHome Phone 52 A' ing a $25 carpet. ting ready to hang up their stockDuring the excitement the olding for the occasion. est daughter ran away with the During his nap yesterday afhired man, the dor broke up ternoon Sidney Hocks dreamed eleven aittintT hens and chewed FARMERS AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO J. 33. JoNTkS AtiL: gt si XiHI The Pries of a Kid, Cordova Is full of fun, says O. Bogus Luffmann In bis "Quiet Days In Spain," and In the leisurely pnee of life there the observer has time to see and appreciate all of In the market one day a small boy with a big apron and a pompous manner was offering half of & small kid to a woman for a peseta. She objected that it was very tiny, and he fairly mothered her with: "Woman! Do you want half a bull for b An Awful Shock. Once upon a time a man remembered that the day was the tenth anniversary of his wedding, and he brought home some flowers and candy to his it tiinnn' four-ea'lo- wife and gave her a kiss. And it took tight doctors nine days to restore ths oor woman from the effect of th mock. Cincinnati Enquirer. Scorching. reads."--Baltimo- re "Things were getting too warm for Be In that section of tke cenntry." "What was the reasoaV "I was earning up too many ef th Americas. Did yea e?ec ate It rata barar aaksd ts city am i the -- Rained PRahfat ctmm-- Read Our Liberal Paper Ofrefs L. rzt" ioud tk -- IT - Bftaktek fTOMr. THE ADAIR .COUNTY NEWfr THE here has been a resumption of In-- See the German offensive in the Published Every Wednesday Woevreregion. A violent bomBY THE The German offensive at Ver- bardment was followed by a Adair County News Company dun has been resumed after a spirited attack on the French at brief halt, but apparently not on Fresnes, ten miles southeast of (INCORPORATED.) . the scale or with the force ex- Verdun. Paris reports the drivCHAS. S. HARRIS, EDITOR, erted during the early days of ing out of the Germans from the. the drive. few positions which they sucDemocratic newspaper devoted to the Interest The offensive was reopened on ceeded in penetrating in their el the City of Columbia and the people of .Adair the plain of the Woevre, east of .assault. and adjoining counties. Verdun, where the Germans The new attack gives color to as second Entered at the Columbia have worked at several points to. what seems to be the prevailing class mail matter. the base of the heights of the military opinion in Paris that the PER YEAR SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 Meuse, pausing before the strong German offensive at Verdun had French positions that crown the merely halted. It also calls parWED. MAR. 8, 1916 ridge west of the plain. ticular attention to the Woevre New In an apparent attempt to region, where the Teutons have -break the French line near the advanced along a line south of The eight delegates at large, southern end of the twelve-mil- e Fort Douaumont well to the base chosen by the Republican State Convention, to go to the Chicago front along which their recent of the Meuse heights a3 far as region was press- Combres, twelve miles southeast convention are, E. C. Morrow, advance in this ed, the Germans made a drive on of Verdun. Marshall Bullitt, E. C. O'Rear, the French at Fresnes, ten miles Dispatches from Berlin and 3 horse power $6(5.05;" 6 horse power $110.00 and othA. E. Wilson, Richard P. Ernst, southeast of Verdun, and suc- Paris point to the difficulties of ers in proportion, all F. O. B. Factory. They use Caleb Powers, Phil Brown, the ceeded in penetrating the French a further advance in this region-Th- cheap grade of Coal Oil or Gasoline if you prefer. last named being a colored man. positions at some points. Paris, French positions, Paris Why use .gasoline wh'en oil is so cheap. See one in They will have a half vote each however, declares that they points out, stretch along the operation on " The News Ofin the national convention. A were promptly ejected in a coun heights, from which the ground fice. If you want an Engine call on hard fight was made for two neter attack. drops abruptly to the Woevre gro delegates, but it lost. The The French themselves took plain with its moist clay soil, colored wing of the Republican party claim that they were en- the offensive at Donaumont, four across which the transport of titled to two delegates in the del- miles northeast of Verdun, the the heaviest of the German arFinis Wilson, of Greensburg, illness of Mrs. J. Cager Yates, egation that goes to Chicago, and outlaying fort captured last week tillery, on ground away from the they are sore, say that another by the Crown Prince's Branden-bur- g high roads, is held to be almost visited his mother at this . place of Bradfordsville. We trust and troops, and since reported impossible, pray that the means that are beattacking a day or so of last week. while State Convention will be called and held. Such a thing is .not to be held by several hundred troops would have to deploy in Jacob Nelson,-o- f Greensburg, ing used for her relief will be likely to occur, and the Republi-- . Germans cut off through a sub- the open under the fire, of- the sold, last week, ' to Rodgers & beneficial and that she may be Dowell, a lot of nice hogs at 6ie permitted to live many years yet can party of Kentucky will be sequent French advance. Ber- French guns on the heights. with her dear family. represented in the national con- lin announces that- the attacks Berlin commentators, howev- per pound. Herschel Shirrell has been convention by the men selected at were fruitless, only resulting in er, advance the view that the Mr. Mayfield, the popular dry useless sacrifices of French Teuton have previously shown goods man of Bowling Green, fined to his room for several days the State convention. troops. The Berlin statement that similardisadvantageous conmade our town last week. He with lagrippe. There are quite a does not mention the Fresnes op- ditions could be successfully met, very number of other cases in this Adair county laired very well eration, the Verdun situation be- the storming of the heights just reports that his business is community at this time. in the recent district and State ing otherwise covered in the gen- to the south by the Germans in good. Arbey Sparks, a son of Mr. Casey Creek. Republican conventions. Mr. J. eral statement that conditions 1914, when St. Mihiel was capalter-y- j Sparks, has and Mrs. Charlie O. Russell was elected an along the Franco-Belgia- n front tured, being pointed to in this been very sick for the past few nate delegate to the National remained unchanged. Farmers are getting behind connection. days. Also J. T., a son of Mr. with their work on account of so the Eighth dis- convention from West of tne Meuse River the From Dutch sources come re- and Mrs. Joel Rodgers, has been trict,,Mr. Luther Perryman, as Germans much rainy weather. are showing signs of ports that the German drive is confined to his room for the past district, sistant elector for . this Wheat is looking fine in this renewed activity violently bom- to be resumed from the north- week. and at Louisville Convention Mr. part of the country. The farmbarding French positions be- east, 90,000 men having been asW.'A, Coffey was chosen as a D. C. Wheeler andB. B. Janes ers sowed an unusual large crop tween "Malancourt, ten miles sembled near Buzy, behind Fort are feeding something like a car last Fall. member of the committee on ornorthwest of Verdun, and Forges Vaux, which is said to have been load of hogs for the spring mar-ke- t. ganization. The school is progressing nicelf five and miles east of destroyed by German heavy morly under the management of Mr. Malancourt, indicating a possible tars. W. J. Bryan is in Washington T. W. Dowell sold, last week, John Jones. Estimates of the German lossspread of the line of the Verdun and a dispatch says that he will es in the offensive are running a pair of very fine mules to Mr. to the west. Milburn Wolford purchased of administration in to attack fight the high in Entente quarters, one Whitlock, of Green county, for George Chelf, a farm lying near day's vote on the tabling of the Outside of the Verdun district from Paris placing them at be- $355. only important happening this place. McLemore resolution containing the Quite a number from this place tween 125,000 and 130,000. All recorded in either of the official Mrs. Jack Mann, of near this a warning to Americans to stay statements was a German at- accounts from German sources, attended the sale of Dad Tarter's place, died on the 23rd of Feboff armed vessels of belligerents. however, have declared that the property last week. The report ruary, of cancer of the stomach. indications point to the win- tack in the Lorraine district, casualties of The the attacking armies everything selling very high. west of Bezange, ten miles north She leaves a husband and five ning of the administration. N. P. Smith, one of our best children to mourn her foss. She of Luneville,, which Paris de- were surprisingly small. Progress of the new German citizens, while dragging up fire clares was a complete failure dewas some where near sixty years S. W. Bedford, the insurance spite prolonged artillery prepara- submarine campaign, has not wood one day last week, hap- of age. agent, who has been missing for yet been notably reflected in pened to a very serious accident tion. days, and for information some May, the daughter of Mr. and dispatches recording the by gettine his right leg broken. There is possible significance news a reward was offered, of whom sinkine of allied merchantmen. Dr. Simmons, his physician, was Mrs. Bat Chelf, died of pneu his home in Lexing- in the German announcement of The loss of five vessels, one the was seen at February. called in and reduced the frac- monia, on the 23rd of intense activity by the British lady, so she ton by a young steamer Alexander ture, and we are glad to say that She was fifteen years of age. artillery in the Yser district in Russian Wentzel, of 2,838 tons, are re- he is getting along nicely at this The Archibald Spoke Factory aid of the Fre ch further down ported from London, eighteen time. is receiving quite a lot of spokes are being slain the line. The Germans of her crew having been drown Curt Coleman, of Edmonton, from this place. Reports of the capture of a thousands' in their atby the ed. The others were three Britpassed through here on his reThe wife of C. M. Ford is no tempt to take Verdun. The German sea raider, either the ish fishing smacks and an Italian turn from the Blue grass region better at this writing. auxiliary cruiser Moewe or the French have also lost heavily. sailing ship. a few days ago, where he purcruiser Roon, came to hand toWillis Knifley is quite sick chased a thoroughbred combined with pneumonia. day from South American sources Gradyville. The Kentucky Republican delstallion. Mr. Coleman is a fine The capture is said to have been J. L. Beard passed through National Conven- effected by British egation to the judge of a horse. His people, cruisers, A cold wave has struck us doubtless, will be glad that he is this place with a large drove of tion are instructed to vote for which took their prize to Trinroute for Campbellsville. taking so much interest in try hogs en idad, off the Venezuelan coast. again. Fairbanks for the Presidency. S. S. Goode and J. R. Mayes It was the crew from the Moewe. Strong Hill lost a very valuable ing to improve their horses. made a flying trip to Campbellsweek. Born, to the wife of Gilford Newton D. Baker, of Cleve- that brought the British steamer young horse last prize in Newport News. Mrs. W. P. Flowers visited her Hamilton, on the 3rd, a boy. ville the first of the weefc. land, Ohio, has been chosen Sec- Appam a J. M. Wolford has just returnAfter a lull in infantry oper- sister, Mrs. George Cole, in the Mother and child doing nicely. retary of War, to succeed Garri-oations in the vicinity of Verdun community of Toria, a day or so We have ust learned through ed from a visit in and around ,." .';"' since the early part of the week last week. Uncle Charlie Yates, the serious Ruawll Springs. ADAIfHiOUHTY fEWS WAR SITUATION. Ifs Here -- Come ! It - . Post-offic- e The Type "Z" Fairbanks Morse FARM ENGINE For Farms, Mills or Shops. e CELEAP OZL. PATTESON, J. &.COLUMBIA, KY. ! - x one-ha- re-.por- ts. I n. ( THE ADAIR' COUNTYNEWS . Mr. J. A. Mitchellpf Green county, visited Mr. J. O. Russell 'thefirst of the-wee- -- HONOR ROLL. ipimi i a popular travMr. G. eling salesman, was here Monday. Miss Lucile Winfrey has recovered from a slight illness. Miss Sallie Field, who has been on from Cream of Tartar an extended visit to Bradentown, Fla , . returned Saturday night. She met HO ALUM-- HO PHOSPHATE Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Russell in Cincinnati, all returning together. Rev. W. R. Wagoner was too sick to preach last Sunday. His pulpit was filled in the forenoon by Rev. M, V. Perryman, and at the evening serv. ices ReV. Lee preached. FJiir congreMr. J. L. Hale, Russell Springs, was gations were out. here a few days ago. t Mr. J. Nelson, Greensburg, was in Columbia a few days since. Mr. H. C. Sullivan, Jamestown, was here a few days ago, en route to LouisBorn, to the wife of Dr. W. J. ville. Flowers, March 3, 19f6fa daughter, Mr. J. N. Meadows, of the Jamesand. infant doing nicely. town bar, passed through Columbia a mother few days ago, en route to Frankfort. To Trustees. Mr. Paul "Waggenerf of Louisville, was here several days of last week. Trustees will please" cail at ' the' Dr. and Mrs. P. H. Conover arrived County Superintendent's office and"! from Mt. Vernon last Friday after- get the school census blanks at once. noon, Mrs. Conover to remain some Tobias Huffaker, Supt. Mm Mrs. G. R. Reed was very sick last Sunday better now. Mrs. Walter Sullivan was dangerously ill Sunday night. Mr. J V. Whitens condition is about the same as reported last week. Mrs. Ellen Holladay and her son, Mark, are quite sick. Mr. Brack Massie walked over on the square Monday. Columbia Graded Schools. and High ftxf$$ 4$'$ $ PREPAREDNESS Is By - The following are pupils who have standing of 90 per cent, or more on each subject, including deportment, and not tardy more than three times: the" Slogan of the Nation, So Get In Line : High School.. Seniors. Nannie Faulkner, ' Ruth Hamilton, Minnie Ingram. . Juniors. Anna Eubank, Marguerite Lovett, Bonnie Judd, Cary Feese, Sara Coffey, Aliene Montgomery, Dr.B. F. Taylorand wife are-- '' t s&-:- - POWER Absolutely Pure Personals. AW Tk Black Hawk Corn Drill, and an Oliver Cultivator. They make your work much easier and do it better than any others on getting yourself an Oliver Chilled Plow, the market. Make Your Wife Love you More by Getting Her a We have the above articles and their repairs. Also all kinds of Field Seeds at the Lowest Prices. Call and see us and let us Save you money. lade Letitia Paull. Freshmen. Mary Hughes, Robert Carroll, Kinnaird Rowe, Yera Taylor, Gordon English, Alonzo Summers. Eighth Grade. Allen Eubank, Wm. Thompson, Stella Antle, Frances Reed, I BARGER BROS. rau"t' Ij Cumb. Home Main 9 1 41 City 2291 Additional Locals. -- Ruth Wilson. Seventh Grade Stewart Huffaker, Lillian Logan, Katie Taylor, Eva Walker. Sixth Grade. Yirgie Pendleton, Rebert Gill, Mary Summers, "Virginia Smith. Fifth Grade. Marshall Paull, Mabel Rosenbaum, Dorothy Tandy, Marie Ingram, Delia Smith, Rachel Coffey. Fourth Grade. Winfrey, Lucile Cecil May Kearnes Third Grade. Mercer, Allan Nelle Smith, Aliene Nell, Frances Russell. Second Grade. William Kearnes, Rates 50-75-1.- 00 . "SAFETY FIRST Hotel Wat kins In the Hearf of Loui5viIIe" NG time. TELEPHONES !TL IN ROOMS-RUNNI- WATER-MODE- RN CONVENIENCES Rev. Perry Wolf, a UnitedBrethren White Oak SpoKes Wanted. ministry, who has work in Adair cpun-ty- , returned from a visit to Hartford The Adair. Spoke Co. is paying the following prices for spokes: City, Ind , last week. 3 on heart, 3 in. depth, 30 in. long, Misses Mary and Dollie Bryant and a. and B., $50.00 per 1,000 Jas. Garnett Bryant, children of Mr. 2 on heart, 3 in. depth, 30 in. long, "Walker Bryant, have been quite sick a. and b., $25.00 per 1,000 for ten days. This timber must show a good wide W. E. Bradshaw returned to growth. Spokes must be delivered on Mrs. our yard at Columbia, Ky. her home, in Louisville, Friday. For further information call on Mr. O. C. Pace, Lebanon, was here E. G Wethington. recently Mr. H. B. Ingram purchased last Messrs. Robert Borders and B. H. Thurs- Monday, the remaining eight acres in Gilpin were here, taking orders the Mulligan addition. Consideraday. tion, $800. Mr. Ingram will sow the Mr- - J. R. Garnett made a profession plot in grass. al visit to the Russell circuit court 18-2-t. "- EUEOPEANLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th Louisville, Ky. K White Rock Eggs ?& On account of getting so many Eggs I have decided to sell my White Rock eggs at 75c. per 15. These chickens are full stock and from a laying strain. J. C. Strange, Columbia, Ky Notice. All persons holding claims against the road fund of Adair county payable out of the 1915 levy or the levy for any year previous to 1915, are hereby requested to present same to me for payment at once. The claims herein called in for payment will not draw inter- JS. V Sm&X. JZX. -- gJTgi m THIS TRADE MARK MEANS THE BEST IN Harland Judd. PHOTOPLAYS. last Friday. Miss Mae Harvey, who has been sick for several weeks, is improving. Mrs. Ray Montgomery was confined to her room all last week. Mr. W. E- - Morgan, Amandaville, came up Friday, to convey his daughter, Miss Myrtie, who is in the home, to spend Saturday aud Sunday with her mother. Mr. E. M. Burton left for Louisville last Friday in company with his son, Jesse, who is to submit to an operation for abcess on the head. Mrs. Bettie Atkins is laid up with a sprained arm, and was also quite sick several days of last week. Lind-sey-Wilson, For Sale Automobile. 1915 First Grade. Yelma Coffey, Wade Kearnes, Estelle Sandusky, Srmdel Kelsey, Rosa Yates, Raymond Hutchison, Hynes English, Ralph West. p THURSDAY NIGHT: Florence j- - a r a J. I. Case Model of good condition. h I "He Mr. Jo Hurt, of Campbellsville, snp.nfc several days of last week in Co lumbia, overhauling machines. Mrs. W. A. Coffey accompanied her husband to Louisville for the purpose of consulting an occulist. Mr.'H. T. Baker spent several days at Burnside the first of the week. Prof. Paul Chandler visited his home folks, at Campbellsville, Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. J. T. Goodman and Jake McFarland, Bowena, were here Monday. Mr. Horace Massie was here from Taylor county the first of the week. reports that his father and grand mother are thought to be some better only one season, cost $1,350 0Q. sold previously, will sell at Greensburg, Ky., March 20, 1916, at public outcry. Reason for selling want, to get a lighter machine. 18.3t. J. L. Anderson, We have some Bibles, Testaments, Greensburg, Ky. Song Books and many other kinds of interesting books. Come and get Mr. Sam McCaffree and Miss Lou them. Also Mottoes. Riall were married at Rliss last Sun- 17-T. G. Rasner & Son. day. The groom is an industrious farmer, the bride a popular young The March number of the Review a daughter of Mr. John Riall. of Reviews is a copy you want to read. It is full of information compiled by It has been settled that the Dixie the best of writers. The .war inforHighway goes by Rowena. Work both mation is of special interest. In fact in Russell and Clinton county will you get a more correct idea of the start at once. situation in Europe by reading this magazine than youlcan get from metropolitan papers. Send to 30 Irvin Public Sale, March 10, 1916. Place, New York, N. Y., for a copy. 3t wo-mau, Run If not Reed, in "The Dancing Girl." m o u n t SATURDAY NIGHT: Maclyn 'Arbuckle, in P est after February 18-- 2t 29, 1916. J. R. Garnett, Treasurer of Adair County, Ky. The farmers are behind with their spring plowing. They are anxious for drying days. Live Mock "It's No Laughing Matter." i c t u r e m "We Cater to the Discriminating Class." S Dealers. 1 We are buying sheep, hogs and cattle in Adair and adjoining counties. Will pay the highest cash market price. We are on the market every (B&kJS&J5SL&.& week. 14-tf. J3L3L3s Phelps & Bennett, Columbia, Ky. MISSISSIPPI LAND FOR SALE 1280 acres in Madison County, about MULES. will sell my household and kitchhalf in cultivation, balance open Will If you want to save money, take en furniture, farming tools, two good produce 50 to 60 bushels of corn per I have for sale a few pair of good mules, one good mare and one good your shoe work to T. G. Rasner & Son acre. Dark alluvial soil, easily culti-tivework. where you get first-clas-s mare mules, 4 to 6 years old. Can be milch cow at Neatsville. Owner of adjoining farm gatht William Jones. seen at my barn in Colombia. ered 54 bushels of oats per acre in 1914. f Four and miles from Railroad S. H. Burdett. If you will patronize T. G. Rasner Just rolling enough to drain well Mr. J. L. Gaskin and Mr. Calvin & Son they will appreciate it. I d. 17-3- 18-2- t: 16-t- f. one-hal- Acre have exchanged farms. The former was located a few miles from Jamestown and has removed to the Acre farm near Roy, Adair county, Mr. Acre removing to the one vacated by Mr. Gaskin. Mr. Gaskin is well E. S. Garr, a veterinary surgeon, of Frankfort, was here Monday to ex- pleased with his new location, and will no doubt make Adair a good citizen. amine into the cause of an affliction We have not heard from Calvin, but that is in Mr. C. S. Harris' cattle. take it that he is perfectly satisfied Mr. T. C. Taylor, of Campbellsville, with the exchange. was here Saturday. Sharp, of Amandaville, Stock of Goods for Sale. Mr. J. Monday, showing that he appeared had grown but little since his last We offer for sale the entire stock of visit. dry goods at Joppa, Ky. This is a Mrs. J. P-- Pohoney, who has been good stand and a clean stock. Owing with her haeband, who is in St. An- to bad health we are offering the goods ' thony Hospital, Louisville, returned for sale. .. 16-Barger & Willis. home Saturday night. 17-- 3t Andrew Jones, a colored man who in Adair county, lived many years in Columand who bia, died at Lebanon last week. He was 71 years old, and was a victim of paralysis was born and reared One residence several tenant houses Some fencing. Price S32 50 per acre. For If you want a tftod farm in Hardin sippifurther information about Missisor Middle Tennessee farms write Valley. Fine wheat Co., Right in H. E. WAINWRIGMT, Manager, and tobacco land I -- have some fine Land Department investments right low. Write me, BRANSF0RD REALTY COMPANY, J. T. Sanders, Sonora, Ky. Nashville, Tenn. Farms For Sale. x 14-2m- I. ' 4t Fifty thousand boards for sale at Coffee Has Advanced 2 cents. Take Notice. Casey Jones Store. We bought heavy just before the tf advance and will continue to sell My thoroughbred Aberdeen Bull will Public Sale, March 9. Pilgrim at 12J be at my barn, near the Fair Grounds, this season. $1.50 at the gate with 18 Monarch Russell & Co. Household goods, cattle, mules, hogs, privilege of returning. Grover Grissom. corn, hay, etc., one mile south ofKum-poin- t. John Ed BurTon. We have a good stock of shoe supBeards aid Fence pests far safe at ,j&tc., on bands now. 18-plies, leather, Casey JesMtre. Bring your work in and save money. She came-i- n like a Iamb, Watch for T. G. Baaner & Son. lTSt her going away. ' 7-18-4- t. 2t the;adair county news WILLARD HOTEL Cental & Jefferson Streets hi s' V1" i Louisville, - STANDING GUARD AMERICAN PLAN Rates $2.00 and $2.50 with hot and cold vafer, Privi- lege of Baf h. ATYTi Kentucky. $3.00 anc$3.50 per day vith Private Bafh. Up OVER THE WHOLE FAMIIY 'Tm European Plan $1.00 and Local and Long Distance Telephones in all R-Oom- MEATR50O s. exaJUL fitcUliea A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. J. A. A. WEBB, J, Asst. Mgr. Geo. Twyman, 5cc F. Dannehold, Pres. Treas. F. Dannehold, Jr., PIce-Pre- s. tablet with the pleasant taste The laxative III, yfV Main Street Tobacco iMLAJOSr Strictly Independent. 11 Warehoused. INCORPORATED Protects everymemberof the STREET HOUSE DANNEHOLD & CO. Proprs. JLOTJISVTT.TjTTC, family from Constipation-th-e 24. 11 32 S. E. Cor. Main & Twelfth Street IKY. enemy of good health Inn Font Hill. We have the exclusive selling rights for this great laxative Storage Four Months Free of Charge. Best light in City. Best Inspection. Auction Sales Daily. Returns Promptly Made. Mark your hogheads, Main Street House. AUTOMOBZLE G-IVE- AWAY Write for Particulars. The ewaJlSL Store PAULL DRUG CO. wife, or husband, or children or neighbors. Many people when Quite a number are on the sick 1. Don't come. Stay away, they start to the house of the list at this writing. or go somewhere else, rather Lord slip off as if they were Dr. J. M. Blair was here on than come to church. Staying afraid some one would find out business Thursday. at home is not only helping to where they were going. "AnJ. D. York, a prominent farm- kill the church, but by degrees is drew first findeth his own brother of Windsor, was here on busi- killing the life of the individual. er Simon and he brought him to (John 1:47) Biblical Reness Thursday. 2. If you do come, come late. Jesus" corder. Loren Brockman, of Catherine, The faithful few are generally on Are you helping to kill the time. Getting to church on time was here on business Friday. church or keeping it alive? Bert Warner, of Casey Co., shows an interest in the Lord's call in Good for Colds. was here on business last week. work that no one can question. Honey, Pine-Ta- r and Glycerine are He has recently returned from recognized cold remedies. In Dr. 3. If you come, come with the U. S. Army, where he has Bell'e these are comyour mind made up to take a bined with other cough medicine in a spent the last threeyears, syrup. Dr. Bell's backseat, Act as if you were pleasantstops your cough, checks your The spoke mill here has closed afraid of the front seats and cold, soothes irritation of the throat Excellent for young, adult and aged. business for a few days. afraid to be seen. Its one of the best cough syrups made .Formula on every bottle. You know Hirl Smith lost a fine mule Sun 4. If you come, come with just what you are taking and your docday. your mind made up to find fault tor knows its good for coughs and colds. Insist on Dr. Bell's Hollis Smith, our efficient mer- with the service, the preacher in Only 25c at Paull Drug Co. Adv. chant, is in LouisviJle this week. particular. There are some who Ira Tarter, one of our promi- never have a good word to say Farmers can Bring Prosnent farmers, is erecting a new about the Church nor the preachperity in 1916. dwelling. We wish him a happy ing of the Word, though they go to church occasionally. and prosperous future. Seven Ways to Kill a Church. -Pine-Tar-Honey Pine-Tar-quick- ly Pine-Tar-Hone- they sell the best lines of goods too. 5. I lL. I Don't sow poor seed of Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist t. Jones . any kind. don't sow , Uood seed may cost, out it pays If you are in doubt that doubtful stuff. Eye Specialist Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals dividends to use it. And buy Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on your seed from your home dealJamestown road. ers. Phone 114 G. 6. Don't pin all your faith, Columbia, Ky. work and energy to one crop. Make a specialty of one if you wish, but have something of Stone, & to fall back on in case of hard luck. You know you might Attoney-At-Laan-oth- or Stone w y. need it. 7. Don't aim at quantity alone. Try to get the quality in to everything that you raise this year. High quality will always bring a greater total than high quality of a poor quality. 8. Buying a dollar pocketbook to carry around fifty cents would be foolishness. So would be buying a thousand dollars worth of implements to harvest a five hundred dollar crop. Be economical. Sign of Good Digestion. tj Will practice in this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky DR. JAS. TAYLOR, JHas located in Columbia and will do a General practice. Residence on Burkesviile Sfreef. Office In Butler Building on Public Square- - J. T. Bradshaw has purchased a farm on Damron's creek. We suppose he will locate there soon. He is one of our best citizens? We are sorry to see him leave. 5: If you come, come deter- mined not to give a cent to any object, not even to keep up the expenses of the church. Many say they would go to church if it were not for the taking of so Ed Withers has accepted a po- many collections, and yet such 2. Don't sell .off everything sition with the Font Hill Milling people never give anything. you raise on your farm this year Co. This ought not to keep them and then turn around this fall J. R. Luttrell was at Irvin's away. and pay some one else a profit on Store, on business, Friday. 6. If you go to church, return the goods that you placed on the Cultivate every available acre of land; don't let a field lay idle because you cannot attend to all the work yourself. There are plenty of persons who would be glad to get a job working. 1. When you see a cheerful and happy old lady you may know that she has good digestion. If your digestion Is impaired or if you do not relish your meals take a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They strengthen the stomach, improve the digestisn and cause a gentle movement of the bowels. Adv For sale by Paull Drug Co. 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 Residence Phone 29, F i -, EsBiwraawis HaHfflQ FEW ? DROPS OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE In the drinkinc water Makes Hens Lay Amazingly Cures Roup. Colds. Cholera, Limberneck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At Valuable poultry book free. MWMQfl REMEDY I CQLuitc3, Kj. 'B. F. Rakestraw, of last week. Camp-bellsvill- e, was here on business Bert Butcher spent Sunday with relatives on Green river. W. A. Yates, of Edmonton, was here on business Tuesday. , to thwart a villian on the stage than in real life. It is easier to your home without shaking hands with your pastor, or with any of the brethren or sisters. The preacher often, after a hard effort to reach his people, returns to his home with the blues, saying, "I wonder what was the matter with Brother Snyder, Brother Snow, Brother Simmons, andBrother Smith not one of them shook hands with me." market. 3. Just sell your surplus. day. 45-- office Paper matches are built into a new piper cigarette box. J. F. Triptett, 1 yr as you can on the hoof. This Columbia, FC Ad pound instead of brings price per price per bushel, and besides it There never was a husband so leaves some of the fertility of fair and generous that his wife's your land instead of taking it drygoods bills did not annoy hirr. away. He may not say anything, but he 4. Don't go away from Adair he is a rebel at heart. Every county to buy your farming tools month it is voile, voile. I have and implements. We have deal- bought acres or tons of it, but 7. If you,, come to church, ers who can sell you your things do not know yet what voile is. come all alone; dotffc brinr your just as cheap as any one else and Ed Howe, of Atchison. Sell as much of your crop phone 98. You are alwap3 hearing that-on- people are slaves. They are ly slaves to bad habits; if you are a slave, you may write your own emancipation proclamation. Albert Harare '.ves, a Paterson N. J., Policem i as fallen heir to $125,000. Of Ceylon's 15 land only' about cultivated. ,840 aereaef 875,000 are M. trrr' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS From Alabama. L. 1 S J ff J J J 'J J J J J & jp 4 Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re celved from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draught," ! J J J J J J J JJ J jjj BLAck-DraugH- T in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- eyears of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. U-- 3 5 a gl 2 tt J s $ $$ $$ai) Woodson Lewis Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. 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. AH Wheat Ground should be Rolled Before Seeding. Mason Fruit Jars, Pintsr40c. 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 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, New Decatur, Ala.; Feb. 28, '16. Editor Adair County News: Dear Sir: That being- my, old home I thought it might ba of interest to you and my friends there to tell you of what life is in the Sunny South, in North Alabama. The This is, a fine country. lands are, as a rule, level and productive. While the houses and barns on the farms here are not as good as those back there, yet the price of land is so much cheaper and the lands being as good as ours and often better, a person can afford to buy the land and build homes to suit themselves. The land, as a rule, is a red and gray subsoil with a dark lome overlaid thereon. Cotton grows fine here and these lands will grow corn, hay, wheat, oats, potatoes, vegetables, etc., just as well as Kentucky. This is the best stock country in the South. The people just the other day voted out the tick which speaks for the forwardYou can ness of the people. grow fine grasses here too. One man told me that he had six acres of alfalfa last year off which he cut five crops and sold $600 worth of hay. You can see fields of oats, rye, clover, alfalfa and wheat now growing and the good part of it is, these people can grow a crop of corn on this land after they cut the grain crops off, the land thereby making two crops on the same piece of ground. They tell me that they sow oats in the fall, cut them in the spring, sow cowpeas in June cut pea-ha- y in the late summer and then sow rye for a cover crop all in the same year. The abundance of water makes stock raising a profitable thing for a man to follow too. Tobacco grows here, but not as well as t does back there, but the price is good on what they do have. - gives work to several thousand men. There is a good chance for some one to get into the truck business here. The climate is ideal. We have had but little cold weather. There is but little sickness in this part of Alabama, and while I miss conditions in my old Kentucky home State, I am quite wall satisfied here in North Alabama. Those of my friends who would like to know about this end of the world and its conditions, will only have to write me and I will be glad to tell them just how things are This would make a fine place for anyone to spend a few days vacation and I would be glad to see some of the otd Kentucky folks come. lali Phoae-1- B Busieess Pho e 1J A - DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Office. Front rooms in Jeffries BTcTg up stairs. i Columbia, J. B. Stone - Kentucky J. H. Stone SAVE $20.00 NOW $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma 75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand Course, Time Unlimited, if you Land here sells at from $10 on up to $50 an acre, depending on the location and the improvements. Wishing you all back there a prosperous time and trusting that the few random notes of this part of North Alabama will give you and your readers an idea of what there' is here and of the people, etc., I am, Yours truly, L. D. Simms. Pills Best for Livgr enroll on or before November 1st. Write today for catalog and $20. discount coupon No. 32. Address, H. O. KEELING, Pres. Bryant & Strafton Business College Louisville, Ky. TIN WORK. I am prepared to do any kiud of Tin Work, Hoofing, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Fumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need any thin6 in my line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. Over L. W. Bennetts'a Store. S. E. Bridgwaters, DENTAL OTTBTICTJ Because they contain the best liver medicines, no matter how bitter or nauseating for the sweet sugar coating hides the taste. Dr. King's New Life Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER PA.UUG DRUG CO. Fills contain ingredients that put the liver working, move the bowels freely. No gripe, no nausea, aid digestion. Just try a bottle of Dr. King's New Life Fills and notice how much better you feel. 25c at Faull Drug Co. Adv Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 3D. OFFICE PHONI Woodson Lewis, x$x&Q$m& m$$xs D. - The Louisville & Nashville railroad, also the Southern runs VETERINARY SURGEON through this place. These,, with Landowners Attention. the river to Memphis and Chattanooga, gives the people here T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do very reasonable freight rates on your Surveying correctly. all that is raised for market and parlor. years He has thirty-thre- e for getting in raw material. We "Yes, papa, dear." experience. Charges reaEyes Special Attnetfonte find the people here very nice. "Ask that young man if he Spavin or any surFistulo, 74 or sonable. Phone gical work done at fair prices. 1 an They have good churches, schools,- has the time." veil fixed to take eare of stock. Moc-e- y markets, pike roads and the write doe when work is done or stock A moment of silence.' removed from stables. Louisville & Nashville R. R. has "Yes. George has .his watch T:C.JFauIkner, 1BHES' 1ESUENCE IEl tK MMUYU.LE STKET. large shop located here that withhim." TelaiHb!a."Ky. II a Surveying C. New Decatur and Decatur are all one town, located on the river. There is quite an excitement here now in regard to the improvement of the river and there is talk of building one of the largest power plants just below here that ihere will be in the State. Some people will not sell their lands on that account. Ten-ness- ee Crenshaw The postoffice department is urging the po3tmasters of the country to bring the matter of the importance of correct addresses on mail matter. It is estimated that 45 per cent, of the mail matter sent through the postoffice is improperly addressed and this fact costs the department $75,000 a year in attempts to deliver this matter or returning it to the sender, and, besides this, there is always a delay in delivering mail improperly addressed, which is a hardship to the sender as well. It is claimed that a greater part of this is due to the carelessness of tho public and can be remedied by the proper attention of those preparing the mail. The name and full address should be places on every piece of mail matter, as well as the name and address of the sender. WELL DRILLER See me be I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. fore contracting. Latest im- proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Gall. Give .1. C. YATES . "Then ask him what is the time." "He says it is 11:48, papa." "Then ask him if he doesn't think it about bedtime." - 4a Poll-evi- l,, Another moment of silence. "Hesajs, papa," the silvery voice announced imperiously "he says that he rarely goes to bed before 1, but it seems to him that it is a matter of personal mm preference merely and that if he Matter of Opinion. were in your place he would go "Mary!"- Fathers voice rolled down the now if he felt sleepy." Harper's stairs and into the dim and silent Bazar. A GREAT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. . - The daily Evening Fost one year, .Home and Farm one year, And a beautiful 1916 Calendar, And The Adair County News, All fe only IKATMIi-NEA- t3M. ' '-- V 8 5?-- C THEfADAIR COUNTY NEWS Wm. Smith had two sheep killed by dogs last week. So we wound up two dead sheep and f Another Testimonial s-o- rt Sheriff's Sale of Land WOMEN SHRINK for Taxes. On MondajvApril 3, 1916, at the Courthouse door, in Columbia, Ky.i the same being the first day of a regular term of the Adair County Court, at 1 o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, I will offer for sale, to the highest bidder, for cash in hand the following de scribed tracts of land or sufficient thereof to satisfy the tax and cost due for the year 1915 by the following named persons, Whites in District No. 1. M C Burchett 76 acres joins B V'Hovious. Tax and cost for " $13 00 the year 1915 0 S Baxter 10 acres joins G W Pointer. Tax. and cost for J. the year 1915 4 97 Mollio Bastain (N R) 7 acres joins Francis Hardin. Tax and 2 49 cost for the year 1915 W H Mitcham 53 acres joins B Wethiuton. Tax and cost for 6 25 the year 1915 W A 'Phipps (N R) 100 acres joins J R Christie. Tax and 9 29 cost for the year 1915 Colored, District No. 1. C Hardin 30 acres joins Eva E Chelf. Tax arjd cost for the year 1915 6 72 JEd McWhorter 18 acres joins .T A Burress. Tax and cost for 7 56 the year 1915 H H Shlveley 6 acres joins E C Hardin. Tax and costfor the to-wi- FROM MODESTY PefrFOWLS WANTED SI. 50 TO $3.00 EACH W. T. H0DGEN, CampbeHsvilie, Ky. three dead dogs. Miss Hattie Conover, of Mt. Bear Grievous Ailments Rather Pleasant, was visiting her niece, Than Make Condition Mrs. Wm. JoneS, last week. Known. We have two of our ring neck pheasants left. The young birds The subjects of complaints peculiar all died last summer. We hope to women is a delicate one, yet it is a plain duty to let these sufferers know for .a nice crop this summer. that most the derangements from which they suffer are due primarily to of t: -- .- year 1015 Whites in District No. 2. W A Bryant 85 acres joins C .W Bryant Tax and cost for the year, 1915. C L B Barrett 9 acres joins, ' Barrett. Tax andk cost for . nervous debility. Man; a suffering woman, influenced by shrinking modesty, has borne this grievous condition without complaint rather than make a personal appeal. When women say, "I am all run down, so nervous and weak," that means they are victims of the modern mal' ady. Such women, and they are a legion In every community, suffer from headaches, backaches, loss of appetite and sleeplessness. Their spirits are always depressed and their lives are not the normally happy ones of their more fortunate sisters. Often, too, there are spells of nausea, weakness, or even m fainting, that make them feel insecure and to wonder when they will be Jarter. embarrassed, or even in danger, because of their condition. WJieat is looking fine in this For sucli suffering women, Tanlac, the tonic, tissue builder, appetizer and community. invigorant, is ideal. Tanlac builds up Mrs. Ann White, who has been the 'system, promotes digestion and 5 93 propore assimilation of food, vitaliles very low with lagrippe, is some the b oodand brings back healthy color to the cheeks and real sparkle to better at this writing. 7 35. has been real sick-fo- r the past two weeks. Dr. Hancock is a very kind man. .Always ready to, go when called, pay or no' pay,' and most of the time no pay. We would be glad to see him out and give his hand a good shake. who has Claud Edrington, been hauling between Columbia and Campbellsville for the past ten years, will move to Buffalo, Larue, Co., the first of April. Dr.- N. M. Hancock Calumet Baking Powder The President's Wedding Cake. , was prepared by Mrs. and HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located m Co lumbia. AH Classes of Dental work (Tone. Crow de and Infay work a Specialty. AH Work-Guaranreedf- -; j 'Marian Cole Firsher Miss Pansy Office over G. W. Lowe's Bovveu, both of whom are known .throughout the United States Shoe Store as experts in Domestic Science work. This Wilson -- Gait Wedding Cake was worthy of the occasion in every respect. A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and Calumet Baking Power was used in its preparation and both the above - named ladies heartily The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One recommend Calumet Baking Powder for its purity, nevery-failin- g whole- - someness, economy re- - and - Year For Only new It suits. These ladies $1.35 or renewal " acres joins J F Pelley. "Tax and cost for " the year 1915 Donflnicus Hardin 175 acres joins GTVUubartS.' Tax and cost for the year 1915 w Lt Keil 6a acres joins Jack Sullivan. Tax and cost for the year 1915 J F Pelley 40 acres joins B, L Dickinson. Tax and cost for the year 1915 Books, Mrs. S B 75 acres joins Buck Books. Tax and cost for the year 1915 J E Snow 150 a.cres joins Thos. Brockman. Tax and cost for the year 1915 J D Tarter 25 acres joins Frank Tarter. Tax and cost for the year 1915 J A Winfrey 200 acres joins R. C Neal. Tax and cost for the year 1915 Whites in District No. 3. M L Frankum 49 acres joins Leslie Johnson. Tax and cost for the year 1915 Lee Harvey (N R) I acre joins A D Harvey. Tax and cost for the year 1915 Mrs. Sarah A Kimbler 1 acre joins Geney Hadley. Tax and cost for the year 1915 F E Webb 33 acres joins E C Webb. Tax and cost for the year 1915 , Whites in District No. 4. Cager Barke 10 acres joins Biley Firkins. Tax and cost for the year 1915 J M Coomer 25 acres joins Bill Coomer. Tax and cost for the year 1915 J S England 8 acres joins Spencer Wooten. Tax and cost for the year 1915 F B Janes 85 acres joins John Hundley. Tax and cost, for the year 1915 J J Jessie 50 acres joins Dock Janes. Tax and cost for the year 1915 Marshall Boach 70 acres joins Thomas Cole. Tax and cost for the year 1915 G T Wilson 40 acres joins 3J Bas-cumEan- the year 1915 E Dickinson" , 127 . 5 41 ! 10 14 -- 7 35 ' 5 62 7 85 3 47 27 42 5 74 42 88 8 81 1 60 1 66 , 4 97 3 47 and cost for the year 1915 J I Smith 87 acres'1 joins June Groves. Tax and costfor the year 1915. 13 39 ' Whites in District No. 7. WH Burton 27 acres joins Cy Burton. Tax and cost for the year 1915 4 97 Colored in District No. 7. Jennie Bailey 1 acre joins J T Page. Tax and cost for the year 1915 2 15 , B Lucas i acre joins Ned MurJ ray. Tax and cost for the 4 j)8 year 1915 Taylor Wade 50 acres joins Arch Collins. Tax and cost for the year 1915 4 34 S. A. C. S. H. Mitchell, Virtise Grant purchased a calf tftflacmajrnow be obtained in Columbia at the Page & Hamilton drug from Robert Humphress for $17. store, where its" merits are fully ex- " Several from this place attendplained. Adv. ed court at Jamestown lasbweek; C H Johnson 'acre"joins George Jo Lit Beard was through thi Taylo'r.J Tax and cost for the place last week buying hogs. year 1915 3 94 Prices running from 5Jc to 6e; J S Rainwater. (NR)"129 acres joins Green Watson. Tax and James Shepherd, of the L. W. ,4 05 cost for the year 1915 T. S.t visited Jhis parents- from Josiah Smith 100 acres joins Frank Pike. Tax and cost Friday until Monday. 10 14 for the year 1915 Tone Hunn and son are in this Rev. R H Tyree i acre joins Jno. Hadley. Tax and cost for the part lodking after stock. year 1915 3 93 George Grant made a business Will Vaughn 30 acres joins J M Vaughn. Tax and cost for the trip to Russell Springs last week. year 1915 7 35 John Montgomery and family, Colored in District No. 6. who have beeninlndiana for the Louisa Bndgewater 57 acres joins Pete Bridgewater. 'Tax pasc few months, have returned - the ues. .'vely T use Calumet exclu- in all their work.' March, Subscription may be What the Weekly Enquirer Is tion price Jl.00peryear.au Is issued every Thursday, subscripd It la one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great 'Paris 'Exposition, France, JL9J.2., ,T, ReceivedHiihest Award World's Pure , Food Exposition, Chicago; qu'.te sickfis better, L " "Mrs: Ellen Combesf and Mrs. ?" ""1. Mary B'arger'were at the bed- side 01 Mrs. T. J. Bryant one day last week. Mrs. Laura Montgomery and daughters, Estelle and Gladys, The Adair County News, spent last Friday at the home of Columbia, Ky. Mrs. T. J. Bryant. Mr. and Mr3. W. G. Roy visited Lawrence Montgomery and Mr. J, M. Conover has been on family recently. . the sick list for the past Mr. Milton Powell and mother, home. Mrs. Nannie White and son, took Herbert Grant left for Ash supper with Mr. and Mrs. ElMr. B. O. Hurt, our land 111., a few days ago. more Bryant, Wednesday. produce man, is doing a The roads are in a very bad Mr. Frank Jeffries, of good business now. condition in this section. It a part of. last week at " Rev. Caldwell will preach at seems that the bonds would not the home of Mr. Theo Powell. Freedom the third Sunday in do U3 any harm now. I Mr. B. B. Montgomery, the this month. Let every body Montrey, the little daughter of n photographer, is on y come and hear him. Mr. and Mrs. J. O White, is on a trip through eastern the sick list this week. and Virginia, in the interThe death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Acree William Hbbson was at this est of his work. Mr. Theo Powell sold Felix one day last week and claimed place a few days ago looking afMcKinley a nice young horse for for its victim their little son ter his stock and farms. Stanley. $110. well-knoColum-Biaspent well-know- DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlog the world's events, and for that reason can graeyotf all the leading news. It Carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editoriris 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 snbscrib'ng for the above combination, right now. Call or mail orders tr few-days- . wn Ken-fuck- 4 65 Cane Valley. OzarK. 10 14 2 8 4 4 Tx.aed-eeabo- r the year 1915 Whites in District No. 7 5. G W Blankenship 2 acres joins W S Hindman. Tax and cost for the year 1915 Albert Willis 50 acres joins W P Price. Tax and cosa for the year 1915 Colored in District No. 5. Alice Taylor 79 acres joins Clarence Keltner. Tax and cost for-- the year 1915 Whites in District No. 6. J A Burton acre joins J A Gooden. Tax and cost for the year 1915 5 10 7 i The past week of pretty weather has given the farmers a chance day and Sunday with relatives in Mr. F. B. Simons, our mail Mt. Pleasant. 17 to work and quite a lot has been town. carrier, thinks he will get his Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hancock have done in the way of sowing grass Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Montgom- mule broke to carry the mail 87 moved to their new home near seed, burning plant beds, etc. ery of Columbia, were at the again the 1st of July. the Pollard Chapel church, betRube Kearns was called to Rus- bedside of their aunt, Mrs. T. J. Mr. Omer Roy made his reg ter known as the Jo .Thomas' 98 sell Co., last Friday, on account Bryant, last Tuesday. ular trip to Mr. Fitzpatricks last farm. of the Berious illness, resulting in Mr. Frank Montgomery visited Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Bumgarner was vis- death of hisv father, Mr. Joby 98 W. G. Montr Mr. F. B. Simons sold one fine iting relatives at Spurlington Kearns. He was a very old man. his brother, Eld. QampbellsviHe, gomery, last blackfaorie to:J. C. Contfpm-er1 thwtswjesk. " j 35 Tajbert Conover, about week.-Mr. Cane Valley now has six emp- sixty years old, died at the home ty houses and by the last of the of his daughter, Mrs. J. C. J. H. Barger visited relatives' Foxes county last week. month, we will have four more, Bryant, last Saturday. He was in Russell 63 The wife of Dan Bryant, who $2 50 to $4.00 each; Coons $1.25 each. and some of our best buildings a man. He leaves d lived near Vester, died last Wed- Send them to W.T. HODGEN, are among the empty ones. an aged mother, about ninety nesday night. Campbellsville. Ky. 14 She had just giv- Box 232, old, several children, C. F. Paxton, our post mas- years ltf. en birth to a child, also dead. ter, is kept busy filling mail or- brothers and sisters. At Ctst. ders. He has filled to the amount Rty. Miss Myrt Combeet has about 98 of $2,000, since December 1st. recovered from a aevere spell of Mrs. Alice Hendrickson has moved to her new home near Mr. Lander Bryant sold a nice Misses Mary E. Pierce was the Young. bunch of hogs to Mr. pleasant guest of Miss Myrt Mr. Mont Maupin spent Satur- Redmon, last Sunday. ' " -- r y. kind-hearte- Miss Pink Callison was visit- - grip. 4 01 ing in Campbellsville laat wek, Mrs Reevefl, Lagrippe is visiting almoat-ewho has Jteen ery home in this section. v which. 18-3- m I have six new binders (Deering) sell at actual cost. U J. H.Pheljg, Jaawitewn, Kj.