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Pleasant church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock by Bev Tobias Huffaker, and she was buried at the Squires burying ground. She was 82 years of age. She was the youngest and last surviving child of Francis Montgomery, who was one of the pioneer settlers of Columbia, and who died of cholera during the epidemic of 1832. At the time of her death she lived with her niecei Miss Louantha Squires. Her nearest relatives are nieces and nephews, who are the children 'of her sister, Mrs. Sallie Squires and her brothers, Dr. W. B. Montgomery, John Montgomery and Frank Montgomery. She was a devoted Ctui&tian woman. She always delighted iu attentions to the children of her sister and brothers, and more especially those that were orphans. The funeral was largtly attended by relatives and neighbors., Not Now, But Later. The people of Green county would like to have a new court house, but at present, with the railroad tax question unsettled, it would be impossible to get the fiscal court to levy a tax for a public building. There are many cit izens who are living in the hope that some day the county will be relieved of its burden, and that day many think will come before, a great while. In our judgment, if Green county could arrange to settle, by compro mise, the railroad debt, the historic town of Greensburg would take on new life Not only a court house would be erected, but many business houses and handsome residences would go up. But when you think of the present temple of justice, in the hearts of the oldest citizens, there is a tender feeling thatjingers for many men, now dead, who became prom inent, and who commenced the practice of law in the old historic building. There were Wm. P. Willis, Aaron Harding, the Barnetts, the Buckners and Ward's, who as attorneys, gained reputations all over Kentucky. Do not fail to be at the cle this (Tuesday) night. Cir-On- Died at Cane Mr. C. Valley. Married in Russell County. Sunday, March 12th, Mr. J. P. Cat n ron, the picture man, of Science Hill, and Miss Ivona Brown, of the Clear Spring section, were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Brown, in the presence of a few relatives and friends. After the ceremony by Bev B. F. Vails, the little crowd very willingly filed into the dining room where a bountiful repast was served to the satisfaction of all present. Afterward the guests returned to the sitting room where they enjoyed a social chat, then wishing the bride and grcom much happiness too their leave for home. Mr. and Mrs. Catron will move to Soience Hill to make their future home. well-know"Peace-at-any-Price" Get Busy. seventy-seve- n Allison Wilson, who was' years old, after a long'illness, died at the home of a son, in Cane Valley, last Wednesday night He was one of the best known men in that community, and his death brought sorrow to the whole neighbor hood When the. Civil war came he espoused the cause 0 the Union, entered the Federal army, making a gallant soldier until he received his discharge. Many years ago he made a profession of his faith in Christ, united with the Baptist Church, and lived corsistently until the end. He lose his wife a number of years ago, but he is survived by several sons and daughters, Mr. Geo E. Wilson, of this place, being one of the number. The funeral services, which were held in the Baptist church, Cane Valley, were largely attended, and many friends followed the remains tc the Willock Opera cemetery. The business interests of every town should be interested in having large crowds to attend the county courts, once a month. People make business, and when three to five hundred farmers come to town, they are sure to leave a goodly some of money in it. Our observation is that Saturday is the best business day for Campbellsville, and that court day is nothing more than an ordinary day, In fact, many people of the town would not know that county court was In session were thev not told If the business men of Campbellsville want to see trade lively on court days, let them induce the farmers of Taylor county to bring the stock they have for sale, cattle and mules especially, to the county courts. Buyers will be for America there, and after you have one day of means the price Europe is now paying. this kind, the work has been accomplished. See The Battle Cry of Peace. House, Tuesday Men., 28. NO. Campbellsville, ' Arm Broken. Clayton Turner, a young man who lives In Taylor county, employed by the Kapid Transit Company, met with a serious accident at this place last Wednesday morning. lie was with the'big car and it got out of commission near the cemetery. When ready to move Turner undertook to crank it when a kick came, breaking his right arm in two places below the elbow. A physician attended him, but it will be sometime before he can again be on his job. greatest nights. seriels ever now on, and will run If you fear War and want to Know how to escape itshorribleconseqaences. See The Battle Cry of Peace. e Parlor of the Willoch Opera House, Campbellsville, produced is Tuesday, Rich., 28. 6769. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF America for Americans,-American-s but for America. See The Bat- tie Cry of Peace. Willock Opera House, Campbellsville, Tuesday Mch., 28. Clean-up Not , for twenty Wins a Prize. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Notice. Mountain Dare. Wilson Bros., of Care City, recently sold to G. L. Jones, Hatcher, Tay- Millinery Opening. Saturday, March 25. Spring, Spelling" Easter Toggery. Come Ladies we invite you all to see You will be delighted by the Modes decreed by Dame Fashion. Our styles are exceedingly modish and combine both the modern and styles worn in the days of our grandmothers. Hats of every shape from the large sailor to Poke Bonnet. All the the New Shades Bed, Old Bose, Citron, &c. New Shapes in Llzerie, Milan and Leghorns Prices and styles to suit every one 21-l- t. Mrs. L. W. Atkins Mothers who love your sons and darters See The Battle Cry of Peace. Witleck Opera House, Tuesday Men., 28, Campbellsville, lor county, the show stallion, Mountain Dare, by Chester Dare, dam by Montrose.' Mountain Dare is a show horse that has to his credit many blues won in some of the best gatherings of show horses that meet oh the e. show grounds throughout He holds as high rank as a breeder as his aristocratic blood warrants, having sired Mauk, the show horse that won many premiums in the East last year, and sold for $2,350 00. We did not obtain the price paid for Mountain Dare, but understand that it was no small sum. Mr. Jones is to be congratulated in securing this horse and will doubtless be rewarded by a most liberal patronage It is a good sign to see our stockmen retaining the best stallions produced in this section a'hd adding to the stud some of the most fashionable breeds produced in other sections. High class horses are the ones that it pays to raise. Wilson Bros. say, in their opinion, they never owned a finer horse or better breeder than Mountain Dare. the-Stat- AT COLUMBIA, LN THE STATE Notice is hereby gived to the citi"OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE zens of the town of Columbia that Herschel Baker Jones, aged 24 OF BUSINESS MAR. 7th, 1916. Tuesday, the 28th day of March, 1916, months, son of Mr. and Mrs W. D. RESOURCES. is set for a general cleaning up of the Jones, and grandson of Judge H. C. Loans and discounts (except those back yards, lots and premises of every Baker, was one of the prize winners in sbownonb) 3H9 979 32 residence and business house in the Total Loans 119 979 32 town the most perfect baby contest at and to put the cans, garbage and Knoxville. The contest conducted by U.S. Bonds deposited to secure trash-i- n boxes or barrels and set them circulation (par value) $25 000 the leading specialists of the city, on the edge of the street or alley on Total U. S. Bonds 23 000 commenced on . Wednesday morning, Bonds other than. U. S. bonds that day "and they will be hauled off. pledged to Secure Postal and was continued through the week, This is to prevent disease and sickSavings deposits and attracted great interest in the Securities other than S. ness, and unless obeyed-thBoard will U. bonds city, the papers devoting much space (not including: stocks) owned take further action of those failing. to it. There were several hundred unpledged S17 G85 34 Dr. S. P. Miller, Total bonds, securities etc. 17 685 31 babies in the contest, eight- winning Hta'th Officer. Subscription . e - prizes Millinery Opening. Our hats will be open for your in spectlonSatuaday, Mch , 25 You are cordially invited to see our beautiful display. Mrs. Geo. Staples to Stock of Federal SeserveBank 3 000 1 500 Less amount unpaid 1 500 00 . All other stocks, including premium on same Value of Banking houie 2 000 00 Due from Federal Reserve Bank 4 088 42 Due from approved reserve: agents fa New York Chicago and St. Louis S 1 310 30 Due from Approved Reserve Asrents in other Reserve Cities f30 225 63 Dissolution of Partner- ship. The firm of Gill & Waggener has been dissolved, Mr. Gill going out. All parties owing the late firm are urged to call and make payment, as the outstanding business must be Gill & Waggener. Died at Jericho. 335,000 Paid Out for Hogs. where the couple first Circulating Notes outstanding 25 000 00 Mr. Jo M. Keed and family have remet. Mr. Miller is said to be a very If you want to be entertained to a Due to Banks and Bankers other than moved from Columbia to a farm on included in 28 or 29 67 51 prosperous farmer. Mrs Smith's rel- finish, see the Broken Coin at the Individual deposits subject to Green river, near Edith. Mr. Keed, and friends in Adair extend Parlor Circle (Tuesday). atives check j33 qjq gg who has had some experience, will deTotal demand deposits. Items 32 their bestwishes. vote his time to stock raising and to, 33, 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. and The Ladies Aid Society of the Pres- 3- 9?133 040 68 cultivating the soil. The place to The Greensburg Loose Leaf House byterian Church will meet with Mrs. which he has removed is the farm will close for the season in a very few Nannie Flowers Thursday, Mch., 30 at Total 1215 678 60 from which Mr. J, S. Breeding re op Kentucky, ) 2:30 p. m A special work is being State days. The management informed a moved when he became a resident of rss: News man last week that the business planned for the ladies. Make your ar- Coowty op Adair 1 Columbia. to attend this meeting for this year had been satisfactory, rangements 1. E. H. Hughes. Cashier, of the above and learn more about it. named bank, do solemnly swear that the above but not quite so good as last season. For nice Hats,trimmed by an statement is true to the best of my knowledge They handled many thousand pounds, and belief. E. S. Hughes. Cashier. New York Trimmer, call at Ca Cir- and secured as good prices for the Notice to Trade. The Broken Coin at the Parlor Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th sey Jones' Store. You can be pleased, night, the most farmers as any other house in this day of March, 1916. cle this (Tuesday) and besides yoa will save money. Mae Stults thrilling play ever flashed on the can- part of the State. The profits to the Will give 10 per cent discount on all lt Notary Public company were not as great as in the vas here. My Commission expires at endimr of 1916 Leg shoes for 30 days. past, due in a measure to tobacco beislature', T. B. Short, manager of the Eapid D. M Moore, Mar. 21, '16. Will Return Home Soon; ing too dry most of the season. It is Oobsect Attest: t. Transit Co., who Is a Major in the Garlin, Ky. well enough that we have only one Second Kentucky Regiment, State Braxton Massie, Director. A letter from Mr. J. P. Dohoney, loose leaf house in this part of the A delightful time was spent at the Henry N. Miller. Guards, received orders from the war Sr., who is in St. Anthony Hospital, State, as dividing the profits would department to report for duty at once. home of Mr. and Mrs. - Gordon Mont John D. Lowe. Director. Louisville, to his family, states that make the business undesirable. gomery by,members of the -- Presbyte He left here Jl or "Lexington whereie he feim'provlng nfpldly. He is now rian Church, last Friday evening. T. E. Waggener has purchased Mr. will don his uniform and proceed to - able to walk about his room, and he Miss Grace Hobson and Mr. Shirley The hours were passed in innocent W. f H. Gill's Interest in the Louisville. ? thinks that if he does not receive a Finnell, both of Campbellsville, sur- games, listening to music and social general store which has been conductwill be able to return v back set he prised their friends by going to Lebawere refreshments. ed over the firm name of Gill & WagFor Sale. home in a very few days. He' is In non Tuesday of last week and getting converse There gener. Mr. Waggener will continue - very fine spirits, and thinks that a married. The bride is a daughter of Evan Loy passed through Columbia the business at same stand. Thoroughbred Barred Plyaeath Reck permanent cure for his malady has Mr.m. Hobson. Only a short time last Friday afternoon with one hun eggs. accomplished. I i been ago she visited Miss Ruby Wagoner, of dred and seventy hogs that he bought Good shows Thursday aad SaturPen N. 1, 50 cents far IS eggs. place onjjumberland river. Some of them Attention is called to the stock ad- this very heavy weighing from 350 to day nights this week. Pea Nt. 2, 75 cents fit 15 eggs. were S. Chewning in vertisement of Mr.-members of the Republican 600 pounds. They w.ent from hereto The ly Parcel Past 15 ceils extra. today's News. He has some first. County Cimmlttee are urged, The Presbyterian prayer meetiDg to meet Louisville. . W. D. Mtrray, invitee the public will be held Wednesday night at 7 r class stock and he pedigrees. Mr. Chewn-io- f in Columbia next Saturday, the 25. Friday night will be the'regu-la- r o'clock with Mrs. Nannie Flowers.' Next to read their BkJwm, Ky. some very important busimeeting of Columbia Chapter Kb. haspwedthe way for the g TheretoIsbe transacted. Let nothing ness Mrs. R. E. Tandy shipped two Bourin hie stetton, who own good prevent the members from attending 7jRoyalArch Masons. All Compan iojib. oiieyireiu, mitt uuuuby, IS On ions are requested to attend, urea, toTve them produce better By order of Chairman. Federal grand jury, court being in bon Bed tarker heas to Paris, Ky.. J. D. Lowe, High Priest. session at Louisville, lastTnvnojay. Pries, $3 each. 00ft. Bead what he has to say. to-nigup-to-da- te The hog market in Adair county county has been exceedingly brisk for the last' six weeks, and a vast tota sum of money has been paid for them. One fine has purchased about $15,000 worth, and summing up what has been paid by other dealers, the sum total reaches $35,000. This information we get from the two banks of Columbia. The hogs were all sold on the Louisville market, and it is our information that the dealers are well satisfied with prices realized, the market at this time being active. This money all remains at home, which is an evidence that Adair county is not on the verge of starvation, but stands ready to loan meal to friends at any time. The two church buildings, the Baptist and the Christian, which are being constructed at Campbellsville, will be completed about the same time the latter part of spring or early in the summer. The Baptist edifice is considerably larger than the Christian, but there will be very little difference" in the cost of the buildings. Each one will have put up about thirty thousand dollars the day of dedicaMarried in Casey County. tion. They are very conveniently arranged. The Baptist will contain Wednesday of last week, Mrs Ten-ni- e fourteen Sunday School rooms and the Smith, of this county, was mar- Christian eight. They will be heated ried to Mr. Thos Miller, of near by steam, the furnaces having already Dannville. Mrs. Smith has been a been installed. The buildings are a saleslady in a dry goods store, in Ca- great credit to Campbellsville and the sey county, for some time, and Due from Banks and Bankers other than included inlO or II Checks on banks In the same city or town as reporting bank.. . Outside Checks and other cash. items .. Fractional currency, nickels and cents 377 Notes of other National Banks Federal reserve notes Coin and certificates Legal-tendnotes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. er 31536 02 1 42110 4C9 72 settled. s 33 377 725 140 7 766 33 00 00 35 1800 00 Mr. well-know- n Littleton Beard, who was a Treasurer Total. 1250 00 215 678 60 25 000 00 25 00000 520 26 citizen of Adair county, died at the home of his son, Mr. W. J. Beard, at Jericho, last Friday morning at 3 o'clock, if he had lived until the 4th of next July he wouldhave been 79 years old. He served in the regiment, during the was of the rebellion. N A great many relatives and friends attended the funeral and burial. at the store, it was liberal donprs. LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplusfund Undivided profits, 4 Less current expenses, hv Third Kentucky Infantry, Bramlett's terestand taxespaid 1 949 85 2 570 41 the 21-- 21-2- one-hal- A. S. far-Ber- Ix THE ADAIR COUNXY NEWS Chinese Gods to be Shown in the tion, prayer and giving i ever known among them. Baptist Sunday .Schools, of this -- Locating Bullets. Surgeons in military hospitals are making general use of invented process of performing operations. Among these are the andtelephonic methods of finding bullets, fragments of shells or other foreign bodies in the human tissues. is useless The electro-magnin discovering lead or other metbut als that are whenever there is iron or steel, eyen in small vuantities, in the object to be found it is most effective. Dr. Jacques Boyer electro-magnetic Association on March 26, 1916. Danger of Draft. .. The Baptist Sunday School Superintendents in this Association, and throughout the South, have each received from the Baptist Sunday School Board of Nash-- ville, Tennessee, a real Chinese idol, brought from Shanghai, d China, and a real Ancestrial Tablet from Japan. In addition to the above, the real money which is burned in possible. Good for Neuritis Xoo. hina as an offering to their gods Price 25c at Paull Diug Co. Adv. hes been sent to all SuperintendThe Home Paper. ents who have applied for the same. David R. Francis j A most interesting poster which sets forth American idola- - of Missouri, appointed U. S. try under its popular forms of Minister to Russia this week, the worship of money and the once said the following of newsworship of pleasure has been papers: "Each year the local paper gives from $500 to $1,000 provided. , It has required six months for in free lines to the community in a special committee to gather which it is located. No other this and other material from agei.cy can or will" do this. The China, Japan and elsewhere, pre- - editor, in proportion to his pared a suitable program and means, does more for his town distribute the same to 18,000 than any men, and in fairness he Sunday Schools for use on Mis- ought to be supported not besionary. Day in the Sunday cause you like him or admire his writings, but because the local Schools March 26, 1916. This material for idolatrous paper is the best investment the worship has been placed into the community can make. It may .ihands of the Sunday School Su- not be brilliantly edited or perintendents, not that they may crowded with thought, but finan teach the Baptists of theSouth to cially it is of inestimable benefit worship idols, but that they may to the community. On all mor show clearly and forcibly to all al questions "you will find most of who are present at their Sunday the papers on the right side. the,editors of the local Schools on March 26th the utter failure of idolatrous worship to papers do the most for the least accomplish the salvation of a money of any people on "the -- hand-painte- Drafts feel best when we are hot and perspiring, just when they are most dangerous and the result is Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore muscles or sometimes an attack of Rheumatism. In such cases apply Sloan's Liniment, It stimulates circulation to the sore and painful part. The blood flows freely and in a short time the stiffness and pain leaves Those suffering from Neuralgia or Neuralgia Headache will find one or two applications of Sloan's Liniment will give grateful relief. The agonizing pain gives way to a tingling sensation cf torn fort and warmth atid quiet rest and sleep is et non-magnet- ic, Mogul 8-- 1 6 Saves Its OwnPrice In Fuel Bill Reduction true. tractor THAT'S its own A Mogul fuel bill kerosene as comprice in saving 8-1- 6 describes how some of this appa- Ex-Govern- or ratus is used. Of the electromagnet he says: "The apparatus is placed in a frame above the patient. The f pared with a gasoline tractor. Until April 1st the price remains at $675 cash f. o. b, Chicago. Fortunate early purchases of material still allow you this low figure. After April 1st the price will be $725, same terms. 8-1- -- To-da- y iiuman soul. An attractive program has "been prepared in which different forms of heathen worship which is used in China and Japan (before these gods and tablets will ' toe acted out before the Sunday Schools. jWherever this program is featured it is expected that an large attendance will be .present, Fully 1,500.000 will attend the Baptist Sunday Schools un-iusua- lly earth. Sheep are Weed Millers. Sheep are the great enemies of weeds, and where sheep can be turned into a field, or a flock herded along the roadside, they will effectively clear up waste vegetation and in addition the trampling of their feet will destroy many insects. The sheep at the same time turn waste material into mutton and all they require is a little grain for finishing. Frequently when sold they return a profit, but the entomol-igist- s hold that even if the merely pay for the extra grain they eat their function in destroying weeds and keeping down insects makes their use well worth while. v -- .of the South on March 26th. To many :give unity to the entire-daspastors will preach upon the same theme as that set forth in the fprogram for the Sunday School. y 'The educational value of such an occasion can hardly be estimat- d. . 0 It is confidently expected that Southern Baptists" will contribute .for the current support of Home and Foreign Missions on March 26 not leas'than $150,000. On a similar occasion last year individ- ual schools gave from a feiv lars to over $2,000. dol- new school laws bill including a codification and revision of all school laws has passed both branches of the Legislature. Kentucky's surgeon, who must opperate with nonmagnetic instruments, (German silver or 25 per cent, nickel International Harvester Company of America (kcarpw&ted) steel) easily discovers the presMogul kerosene tractors are sold by ence of a foreign body. The patient feels a characteristic pain CO., and theskin is elevated in :the Columbia, Kentucky. form of a very . pointed Cone. Then he proceeds easily to the Meals in Norway. but the chief portion of the meal extraction of the fragments of is in charge of a waiter. How projectiles under the skin or Much has been written about would you like to be served such muscles." the grandeur of the Norwegian a meai? The telephonic probe, invented mountains and fjords, but very by Prof. Alexander Graham Bell, COMMISSIONER'S SALE little about the Norwegian meals Dr, is in constant use These interestingpeople of the Royer says its beauty is its simADAIR CIRCUIT COURT north are great eaters. They OF KENTUCKY. plicity, for any, one can improeat six times a day. The fol- The Russell & Co., Pltffs. vise such a probe at trifling vs. lowing programme of meals is S. C. Hood, ) Deft In its simplest form it somewhat startling: By virtue of a judgment and order consists of an ordinary of sale of Adair circuit court, renderAbout eight in the morning a 1916, at telephone receiver with breakfast of oatmeal, eggs, ed thethe January term thereof,sum of in above cause, for the seven hundred twenty-twand two wires, to the end of one of bread, cheese and coffee is serv- withthe interest at the rate of sis which a silver spoon is attached 29 day ed. At noon, a luncheon of choc- per cent., per annum from the of January, 1916, until paid, and and to the other a slender copolate and sandwiches is the rule 3161.89 costs herein, I shall proceed to per or steel rod. Dr. Garel's offer for sale on or near the land of At two, an elaborate dinner is James Butler, near Mr. Pleasant method of using it is to inject eaten. This consists of soup, Church, in Adair county, to the highn est bidder, at public auction, on Moninto the wound, fish, roast, salad and sweets and day the 3rd day of April, 1916, at two place the spoon in the patient's p. m., or '(being coffee. Tea and cakes come at o'clock court,) uponthereabout of six county a credit receiver to his mouth, hold the five o'clock. "At eight o'clock months the following described propown ear with his left and with One 24 x 40 L. D. Mosse-lor- s erty comes the supper comprising Cyclone Separator No. 21729; one his right insert the probe into cold fish, cold meats, a chop, 20 foot folding stacker; one 1 by 10 traction engine complete No. 12343; touchthe wound. The instant it vegetables, cheese, bread and one hand feed parts; one millett rides the object sought the surgeon complete; one common riddle one butter and coffee. At ten the dle feet 4 ply 6 inch E. C. Belting, all 120 hears a click, for an electric curday is wound up with a repast of manufactured by the Russell & Co. rent has been formed by the (This sale will be made at above menwine and fruit.. tioned place by agreement of the atchemical action of the juices of torneys or sufficient to produce Here is a description of the the sums of money thereof so ordered to be the body upon the two metals. eight o'clock supper, as given by made. For the purchase price, the Dr. Girdner has perfected this , purchaser, with approved surety or sea war reporter who recently vis curities must execute bond, apparatts by substituting a head ited one of the coast cities of bearing legal interest from the day of gear with two ear pieces for the sale until paid and having the force Norway: "At this meal you are and effect of a Judgment. single telephone receiver in orprepared to com ply Bidders served with salmon and a dozen promptly will be with these terms. der to leave bofh the operator's varieties of spiced fish, a half W. At Coffey, Master Commissioner. hands free. i dozen kinds of baked and stuffed Enlightening Jamie. For Your Child's Cough. fish and patties of fish; roast If your child has a cold, noeeruns duck, roast chickens; platters of "Papa," said Jamie, "the reaor coughs much get a small bottle of Its a larded beef and spiced hams; son there's so many Jaws is beDr. Bell's syrup, jUst pleasant baskets of strange breads, some cause there are so many lawyers what children like and just the medicine to soothe the cough and check of them spiced, and someunS in the Legislature,, isn't it?" the cold. After, taking, children stop leavened. One night I counted fretting, sleep good and are soon en"Yes," said his father. Bed tirely well. Insist on Dr. Bell's I counted 50 different dishes on for you now!" is by far the most ecoAt either price the Mogul 6 nomical tractor because it operates on cheap, common kerosene or coal oil. Gasoline to run the gasoline tractor costs over 100 per cent more than the kerosene a Mogul will use. Which is best for you? You know what gasoline costs you, and you know what' you pay for kerosene. Figure it out yourself, or see your dealer. This is a saving you can't afford to miss. 8-16 JEFFRIES HARDWARE to-da- y. 1 ex-pen- se. o 32-1- 00 fl i cocaine-adrenali- lo-w- it: A Pine-Tar-Hone- y. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Pine-Tar-Hon- ey. 25c. at Paull DrugC The Baptist Sunday Schools of this Association and throughout theSouth will make this the .greatest day for mission educa Adv: The rigid enforcement of the lid law in Louisville Sunday, Four men were killed and two drove hundreds of Louisville's severely injured in an explosion thirsty population to Jefferson- - at the pikeville Planing & Sup- vilie and New Albany, ply Co. the table." . " The viands listed above do not include such, extras as cheese, salads and nuts. Some of the supper courses are selfserved, question, Papa," said Jamie. Why are there so many taxes, when there arn't any taxideraysts in the Legislature.?" Judge. "Just one more rfflE-ADAI- R COUNTY NEWS EVERYTHING IN 'S-f- f ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, RuWber, Galvanized . '"V- - V"- - r The Supremacy of Peruna as a Household Remedy 44 Years of Leadership Returned to His Worte. Enrinvttle, la., ruflered with catarrh of the stomach. Ho dld'not know what his trouble was. He was unable to work. Could hardly cat anything. Alter taking Peruna a short time ha Is now ta perfect health. He says: "I am now doing all my work. I am confident that any one suffering as I was could ba cured by peruna." Mr. Jnllen Gondean, (r I EKaJlM ilmmtHiiTKlUKlid A FEW T DROPS of POULTRY BOURBON CURE In the drinklnz water Hakes Hens Lay Aroazlagfy and Printed. Also Elwood jand American Fence. A Housewife Restored. Mrs. B. W. Copelan, Box 22, Greensboro, Ga suffered several years with catarrh of the stomach. She was In such poor health she could not attend to her household duties at all. Peruna was recommended by neighbors. Sho was Induced to begin the uso of Peruna. Sho says: "After taking Ave bot- Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, LImbcrneck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 eallons of medicine. At Valuable poultry book free. E3UB50M REMEOYCO J.ex!ngton,Kj. Needs. Husband Now then, what are oar needs? Wife Weill, the house needs painting, we are all out of kitchen utensils, the dining room rug: is threadbare, the bathroom must be decorated, and I've simply had: to order someclother. Judge. -- Steel Fence Posts dbhLep , 12-1.16 I BROS. co. Every Change, of Weather. Mr. E. Arnold. Westerly, B. I., contracted a severe cold. The cold settled in his side and produced a condition that was thought to be pleurisy. Every change of weather would bring a return of his trouble. After taking Peruna all hl3 ailments havo vanished. tles of Peruna I am happy to say that am entirely cured. My Indigestion. Is entirely gone." Once a Chroma Invalid. Mrs. E. Biker, 503 Grant Ave., East Cedar Palls, Iowa, was onca a chronic Invalid. Four different doctors had been consulted without avail. She had taken five different medicines that had been recommended, without Improvement. Peruna was tried and the good result - 'ncornorated IrecTf Be1ween"fMrst and Brook Eaat"liahel Pain in the Stomach. was prompt and lasting. Mrs. Samuel Louisville, Birdseve vfewrof our Plant Kyv Mr. Henry Eneck, Box 83), No. 1118 Ylsta Ave., Janesvllle, "Wis., writes: "I wrota. you about four weeks ago that I had a pain In my stomach. I followed your advlcer and used three bottles of your Peruna, and I am all right now. I am very thankful for your advice and your medicine." B. Expresses Her Gratitude. Butb, 53i Union Ave., Lebanon, Pa., b ablo to say positively that she has been cured by Peruna. Sho can scarcely find words to express her gratitude for her recovery. Por many years she bad been a from . chronic catarrh. semi-invali- d Three substantial men, heads of families, made efficient onco more by Peruna. Three housewives restored to their families. These are only samples of what Peruna is doing every day, everywhere. Surely, this is a splendid work. Anything that conserves family life and makes the home more desirable and comfortable, nourishes the heart, root of peruna is a great civilizcr. civilization, A mechanical Burglar device catches and holds a negro in a store on,Jefferson street, Louisville until the police arrive. " Largest in Dixie" W. J. Hughes Sf Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Columns Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalo STOP AT THE , Massachusetts Democrats in convention passed resolutions The Conditions of Sur House or Senate should frame highly extolling; President Wila broader letter of advice to son and urging his render. requiring their constituents President Wilson sent' a telMr. Mann, Senator McCumber, them, egram yesterday to Vice PresFirst, to keep off of the liner McLe-mor- e Senator Jones and Mr. ident Tom Marshall, congratulatarmed for defense; stand' ready to surrender ing him in his 62nd birthday. Second, to keep off of liners hold the rights other Americans Scarlet fever has appeared in dear that they may enjoy polit unarmed; Third, to keep off of all ships the public school at Marion and ical peace and not -- be separated all cases have bean quarantined fast enough to get away; from the hyphenated vote. Fourth, to keep off of ships and the buildings fumigated. These other Americans stand loaded with ammunition. pat on their rights of transit; on Fifth, to keep off of ships loadtheir right to free seas, on their FOR A NEW STOMACH right as neutrals in a world giv- ed with food. It is said that one of America's best known, Sixth, to consent to an embaren over to war. a man who ruined his digo on all trade with England as gestion in the pursuit of wealth stated that American can No $.1,000,000.00 surgeons multi-millionair- es red-blood- ed skillful in performing operations that were long correspondence beginning ports of Germany. once considered impossible, nobody has N stepped forward and offered to This is the minimum demand ach to that millionaire. Yoursell his stom-is with the Lusitania massacre and stomach than into Berlin's terms of worth more you. a million dollars to you. It continued to this hour. The written is LIFE to "This millionaire's stomach is so ruined by WHEN IN LOUISVILLE brutality, the arrogance, the amnesty with America. Later, rbuse that it can never be made "as good as. ?eiv" by any medicine. But YOUR stomach, no doubt, she will make requisi- f properly aided NOW can be restored to of- GOOD B.OOM& $l.CJO PER' DAY. double dealing of the Berlin EUROPEAN FTjAN. condition. fice is impressive when massed tions of ships, soldiers and arms. If YOU suffer from indigestion, "hear- t- . burn," gas in stomach, foul breath, sense of Fine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices When we consent to a break- fullness after eating, sour stomach, and will in one pamphlet just published act NOW instead of delaying longer, yot Free Auto Bus Meets Trains. Turkish and Electric Baths by the World Peace Foundation; ing down of any of the barriers can get PROMPT relief. DR. THACHER'S a pamphlet far more productive erected for the protection of WRITBFOR RESERVATIONS. of war than the' blustering of neutrals, by international law, Liver and Blood Syrup will set your stomach right, and do it quickly-- It will stimulate and regulate your liver,, Roosevelt about Belgium or the they must all go. If one is to which supplies bile to the stomach. It wilt the clamo'rs-o- f the belligerent May- be treated as though-- it were a thus providein stomach with JUST WHAT IT NEEDS order to do its wonderful work Ccntes & Jefferson Streets digestion more perfectly. ors of America. mere slip of paper all must be of It will lubricate your bowels, and cause Louisville, - Kentucky. them to move naturally and pently. It will Why should the disloyal menf-be- so treated. AMERICAN PLAN get your whole digestive "Workshop" into oil up the "machin$3.00 and3.50 per day Rates $2.00 and $2.50 vifh Germany began war in Amer- working order, cleanse it, you'll be AMAZED of Congress stop with the ery," strengthen it and Privl- Bath, virh Prlvafe hot .and cold vater, the surrender of right of Americans ica last May. She has prosecut- byYourchange. will improve. Food will lege of Bath. appetite ' European Plan $1.00 and Up There will be no more respects taste GOOD to you.You'll feel STRONGER. She to take passage on liners armed ed 'ruthlessly. liscomfort or pains. " ALL 3IEALR SOC worth the living. for defense? That is a minor of- nothing" but force, and Congrets Life will be better give your stomach the reDO IT NOW Local and Long Distance Telephones calling for, before yon arc like the N fense to the Kaiser. Such a sur must make clear that force will lief it is whose stomachriraow BEYOND in all R.ooms. Tiillionaire. Dealers sell 50c and SI .00 bottles A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. render would not insure peace. be used finaVy, as readily in bo REPAIR. , THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY " Chattanooga, Tennessee. d D.-A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. The Liar of the Rhine next day half of one as in behalf of any LINDSAY, Mgr. By Page & Hamilton would declare the liner just de- other right. They stand or f ill For Sa!e stroyed was armed, though.it together. 1nisviile Post. Four of the largest munition i had just "left our ports with An Ideal Spring Laxative. DR. JAS. TAYLOR, plants in the country are work- clearance papers, feiven only af-- A good and ttire tried remedy is Dr. King's New Life Pills. The first dose ing on rush orders on steel shells?" teP'inspection. its-lorm- GALT HOUSE read, with stomach. much patience the long as England blockades the But, while ae would pay a million dollars for a new have become very WILL r$ HOTEL rs -- " -- R. J". B. Jon mSaUPkk ANTJ mCTERTAKEn EMBALMER coTaXrxcBiA, icy. Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to send out in a few minutes after receiving erdrT No extra charge for hearse. All kinds of Bobes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co Hose Phoae 52 A Berlin contended violently that and will do a General the Lusitania was an auxiliary cruiser, manned by men from practice. warships and with great cannon, Residence on Burkesville Street. ready to be brought into action, and the German embassy pur--' Office In Barter Biilldln'i chased perjury to sustain that - Has located in Columbia trt "on Public Square. .fiction. ,- - - Germany's agents in Governor to call an extra session the and to limit it to 30 days.' will move the sluggish bowels, stim and rifles for the United States ulate the liver and clear the system of waste and blood impurities. You owe army. it to yourself to clear the Bystem of boay poisons, accumulated during the I keep on hands a fall stock of winter. Dr. King's New Life Pills coffins, caskets, and robes. I also will do it. 25c, afc Paull "Drug Qo. Adv. Caskets, and Steel Boxes ano A resolution has passed the two hearses. .Prompt service night or Phone 29, officer Kentucky Senate asking the day. Residence phone 98. beep-Metalli-c -- " 45-l- yf J F Triptett, Celuaabte, Ad Rjr THEDAIR COUNTY NEWS xoeoooec THURSDAY NIGHT': Columbia's best loved star. ty, Diminutive Dain- "THE BROKEN COIN" AT PARLOR CIRCLE. ; SATURDAY NIGHT EDWARD ABLES In "AFTER FIVE" A Modern Comedy Hit One Continuous Laugh. 1PICTXTRES B-- 9 B MARGUERITE CLARK, In "THE GOOSE GIRL." America's Greatest Serial, Featuring "GRACE CUNARD & FRANCIS FORD. The most fascinating story of Adventure ever written. Admirable, charming, wonderful, thrilling the Photoplay that will hold you spellbound. Every episode crammed with excitement: See this wonderful picture every TUESDAY NIGHT. 9 x 8 8 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS TOM NEAT TOR CONGRESS. . Representative Tom Neat, of Adair county, 13 an avowed asBY THE Adair County News Company pirant for the Republican nomination for Congress in the ( Incorporated.) Eighth district, and from the CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. way he talks he has it sewed up. Tom Neat, although he has had Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair many ups and downs politically, and adjoining counties. is an astute politician whoknows aa second how to set the triggers, and if Entered at the Colombia class mail matter. any other Republican has any designs on posing as the sacriSUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR ficial lamb for the Democratic WED. MAR. 22, 1916 offering in the Eighth district in November he "will find the Adair IMMEDIATE PEACE IN SIGHT. county solon a tough proposition. Texas, March 20. Galveston, W. S. Kaltenbacher in peace is in sight," "Immediate is one sentence in a cablegram MEN TRIED, TRUE. from London by received y a Galveston shipping firm', cancelling arrangements made for With Nation's Future at Stake, a considerable This is no Time to Discard amount of tonnage. Published Every Wednesday ! TO THE FARMERS AND BREEDERS Dressy Elastic Durable S&&&&& REINFORCED HOSIERY High lustre and fine gauge assure splendid appearance. High tension elasticity Rives permanently that desirable clinging trim-nesHigh spliced heels and reinforced heels, toes, soles and garter tops guarantee great durability. Sanitary and Mads in U. S. A. For Over TliMy Years, is non-fadin- g. s. Post-offi- SVET-- KV" . A ari ' r ' iBK .LmBmr, am &y &,,. 'i ., teC; to-da- fv 'Had'era At-- ' BOURBON HEMP, No. 4856. We now invite you to our stable in Columbia, Ky., known as the Coffey bam, to inspect our "Breeding Stock." We have just gotten in. two highclass "Saddle Stallions" from Shelby county, Ky., which are good individuals and fashionably bred. "BOURBON HEMP" will Jbe our premier Stallion which is considered by the best of horsemen to be the finest, Big Horse out. ' He has lots of BONE and SUBSTANCE, and should prove to be a great Stock Horse. chartering Russell & Co's. Live We Safe Men in Federal Stock Dealers. The Old Republican battle cry, their campaign thunder that has mislead thousands of voters-h- ard times, low prices and destruction come as a result of Democratic administration has the blackest eye of any theory ever promulgated. Present prices of hogs, cattle, sheep, horses, mules and every "thing produced on or off of the farm, ought to be an eye opener. Business throughout the country is booming. No soupy houses, no army, no starvation Coxie wages; farm, mine and factory in the swim; banks full of money and railroads over crowded with business. In the last campaign the people were told that the election of Wilson meant destruction: that cattle would be low, wages low and factories close. It is reverse. The thun der is gone, prosperity is here. You can fool some of the people some of the time but not all the eople all the time. Affairs. $ i are buying sheep, hogs and in Adair and adjoining counties. Danville Messenger. After a faithful search for some one Will pay the highest cash market to announce as a candidate against price. We are on the market every Hon. Harvey Helm for the Democrat- week. Phelps & Bennett, ic nomination for Congress, the small Columbia, Ky. bunch of men who hold personal grievances against the Lincoln county man have found their task a fruitless one. Farms For Sale. Disappointed in this, they are now busily engaged in belittling Mr. Helm If you want a good farm in Hardin and doing-a- ll in their pouer to hurt Co., Right in Valley. Fine wheat his candidacy. About the most con- and tobacco land. I have some fine temptible act in politics is that of investments right now. Write me, throwing mud at a fellow who has J. T. Sanders, Sonora Ky. won his spurs honestly and above board. That he is one of the most TaKe Notice. popular men in the district, his several wonderful races will attest, and My thoroughbred Aberdeen Bull will that he is going to be the next nombe at my barn, near the Fair Grounds, is a foregoue conclusion. inee 1.50 at the gate with The Messenger has championed Mr. this season.privilege of returning. esHelm's cause since this paper was Grover Grissom. tablished six years ago. We have t. done this because it has been our earFoxes nest effort to support only men we qualified for the office know are sought: men whose Democracy can $2 50 to $4.0Q each; Coons $1.25 each. not be questioned; men who are capa- Send them to W T. HODGEN, ble and fearless in performance of du Box 232, Campbellsville Ky. ty, ana whose personal character is Itf. absolutely above reproach. In Mr. Helm the Democrats have such a man. Eggs for Sale. The Congressional Record will show that Mr. Helm has been constantly at S. C. Buff and White Leghorn Eggs his post of duty and always voted" and for hatching $1 for 17. worked for every question he believed Mrs. Nannie Biggs, Coburg, Ky. to be right and proper. He has done all any man can do in the interest of L. T, Neat is an avowed his constituents, many of whom have Jamestown. Con- been beneficiaries in matters of valuRepublican candidate for was Mr. Helm soon as fair weather sets in gress in the 8th district. He is able consideration. It through the As will be resumed on the who secured the passage work popular and a hustler for votes. House of many old war claims recent- Dixie Highway, ly paid to lodges and churches in this The contract for building the section matters McCreary and many Benjamin F. Shively, United other able men were uuab'e to get new Methodist church at this States Senator from Indiana, died through.now, when Europe is engaged" Dlace will be let in a very short Right building committee in Washington last week. He in the worst war in the history of the time. The advertised for bids. years old, and a world, and out of which we have kept has was fifty-eigby the able guidance of President Senator Robt. Antle has relife long Democrat. Wilson and his advisers, Mr. Helm has turned to his home, Olga, this been the staunch supporter of the county. v Only last a United States troops are now President. Democratic week, when Miss Alva Knight is visiting Congressmen number of in Mexico, on the hunt of Villa. flew the coop and brought tbput con- Mrs. Arvest HiD, Columbia. --It may take some time to run ditions which threatened to plunge Our farmers are behind with the country into war, Mr. Helm stood him down, but he will eventually squarely with the President. It was their plowing but when the be taken or killed. such men as Helm who have brought warrn days come, dirt will fly. about what now appears to be the comRufus Campbell, the jailer of plete avoidance of war and saved the the county, remains in a very A report comes that Villa is country from possible destruction. critical condition. trapped, but the triggers have Will the Democrats of this district.! Mr. Frank Jones, whoias been vote against a man like that? Well, not been sprung. let us give you the tip NEVER! aa invalid for more than a year, 14-t- f. 14-2m- He hets for his sire, Bourbon King, 1788, he by Bourbon Chief, 1606. First dam May Brent, 4807, by Glascoe, 1349. Second dam Lady Squirrel, 780. by BlacH. Squirrel, 58. You can see from his pedigree he is bred in the purple and well worthy of your patronage. At the same time and place we will have the best breeding Jack in the County, and that was well demonstrated last fall when his Mules brought the Highest Price of any Jack in the County. Be sure to see this Stock before booking your mares. We thank our patrons for their past favors and ask for a continuance of the same. COOK & COFFEY. J I 18-4- Ifs Here -- Come In-- See It y 19-6- t. x Tiie New Type -1 W5 ht Fairbanks Morse ENGINE For arms, Mills or Shops. 3 horse powe-er- s in propor cheap grade Why use gae operation on fice. 60.00; 6 horse power $110.00 and oth .i, all F. O. B. Factory. They use ..ual Oil or Gasoline if you prefer. e when oil is so cheap. See one in fTTTlA OZL. in The News Of- you want an Engine call on J. P For i -- To Trustees. a Kentucky Legislature last Wednesday night Boards aa4 Fence pests for sale at Casey SUre. " f f Jms Ui x is taking on flesh and looks bet ter than he has for several years. I have about 40 He comes over in town every salej. of cattle for County Superintendent's office and Collins, Trutees will please call atr the feiHteys. 19-3t- .- teller, Ky. gbfcthe scljool census blanks at once. Tobias Huffaker, Sapt- - , THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Graded andjrjigh School Notes. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pura At the end of the seventh month of school, March 17th, the enrollment had reached 330. Last year the total enrollment was 271. This year the enrollment has already surpassed that of last year by 59 The average daily attendance this year, has each month surpassed that of the past year, There are this year 58 enrolled in High School. Last year the enroll; ment was 39, a gain of 18 in enrollment in High School over the preceding year. While the patrons can readily see the school has grown throughout, the attendance having also increased, we still have the same amount of "room and the same house. The children of Miss Clark's room entertained their parents Friday afternoon. A splendid program was carried out and the affair was well at- DUROC HOGS FOR SALE No Alum No Phosphate I have Several Males, ready for service, and also some bred' sows and several guilts for sale. They are in fine condition. If you want one, address, Personals. Mr Julius Gaskiri, Russell Springs, was here Friday. Mr. M. Cravens The pike from here to Campbellsville is in better condition than for many j ears in the past. Autos make the trip from Columbia to Camppells ville in one hour and ten minutes H. R. TURNER, CAMPBELLSVrrJLE, . KTST. The residence of Mr. C. C. Baker, spent Saturday and Burkesville, was destroyed hy fire Tuesday afternoon of last week. Loss Sunday at home. Mr. T. B. Curry, Picnic, was in Co 83.000, lumbii last Monday, Mr. Sam Lewis was in Louisville two days of last week insurance ?2.1C0. Mr. Baker is a nephew of Judge H. C. Baker, this tended by the parents place. . Public Sale F. P. Dolioney, of Milltown, sold M. J. Durham, of Campbellsville, 81,300 worth of hogs. There were 110 head, few days ago. ! PREPAREDNESS Is ,, Neat was in Louisville several days of last week. Mr. J. T. Gowdy, Campbellsviliei was here a fewfdays ago. Mr J. F. Patteson was on the sick list several daysjof last week. Judge H. C. Baker made a business trip to Louisville last week. Mr. S C. Mr. Bobt. Boiders was in Columbia Wednesday, March 29, !916r will offer for sale at public outcry the following: One pair work mules; Two Jersey cows,one fresh in March; One Short-horcow, f rest irr March; Five head yearling cattle; Seven head ewes with lambs; Two sows with pigs; Five stock hogs? 50 to 100 barrels corn, 175 bushels oats, some hay, McCormack & mower and" rake, Brown cultivator '$ with spring tooth attachment, wagon, plows, harrows, drills, all kinds farming tools Household and kitchen furniture too numerous to mention. Sale to begin at 9:30. Terms made c known day of sale. Bert Epperson, fc Montpelier, Ky. 16-ha- the Slogan of the Nation, So Get In Line andthey were weighed and received a " On above date I On account of the continued cold weather, we may expect a blessing. - By getting yourself an Oliver Chilled Plow, At present the prospects for a fruit crop, especially peaches, is flattering. n 't Black Hawk Corn Drill, and an Oliver Cultivator. They make your work much easier and do it better than any others on Stray Hogs. the market. a few days since taking orders' Judge W. W. Jones made a ness trip to Jamestown Monday. visit. Mr. B. H. Gilpin, Campbellsville, made his regular trip to Columbia last Thursday. Miss Alva Knight, Jamestown, is spending a week or two with Mrs Arvest Hill. Hon L. T. Neat, who represented Adair and Cumberland in the lower House, returned home last Saturday. stray hogs that left my busi- farm in September. Four of them have a hole in right ear. The other Mr. Geo. R. Miller, Louisville, paid one not marked. Will pay a reward. E A. McKinley, Ozark, Ky. his customers here a visit last week. Dr. O. P. Miller arrived from Louis Prof. W. F. Smith will conduct the ville Friday night, Ifor a few days' song services at theU. B. Church next I have 5 jVIake T Your Wife" Love yau More' by Getting Her a aDove articles ana 20-3- t. f 4 20-2b- '. ( i .., HEIJEISrA- - RANG-f., . . we nave xne a very fine singer Sunday forenoon and evening. He is This week he is Now is the time to have your stock assisting pastor West in a meeting at ads to appear in The News. Glenville. pairs. Also all kinds of Field Seeds at the Lowest Prices. Call and see us and let us Save you money. tneir re- - If you are,ruptured use only a Smithsonian Truss. 19-- tf Sold by A good horse for sale. 'Rev. J. S. Chandler, BARGER BROS. COLUMBIA, KTX xS 50-75-1.- 00 - Page & Hamilton. Campbellsville, Ky. 9 Single Comb Rhode Island Red Dallas Morrison will be in Louisville Eggs for hatching for sale. Good the 24th of this month with his bolt Mr. and Mrs. John L&e Walker and extractor, which is made fcr bridge winter layers. 15 for 50c. ) Cumb. Rates Miss Dora Young, PHONE: fHome iMain 9 141 their little son, John Ritchey, visited work. He will demonstrate it before 20-City 2291 Joppa, Ky. Engineer of the Louisville in Burkesville the latter part of last the Chief & Nashville Railroad Company. week. For Sale. "SAFETY FIRST" Mrs Ellen Holladay, who has been Walter Tarter, of this place, son of conseriously ill, is much better The Mr. A. dition of her son, Mark, remains about army, W. Tarter, is in the regular and he writes his father that Our three houses and lots. One lothe same. his command was ordered to New cated on Bomar Heights, with one Mr. Bex Holladay, who is in college Mexico and that he was en route to acre of ground. The other two in "In the Heart of LouI5viIIe" at Lexington, has been with his assist in capturing the noted bandit White City. Also 10 acres of timberLnPHONES IN mother and brother during their se- Francisco Villa. CONVENIENCES ed land. Now we want to sell and now rious iliness. is your opportunity, if you want prop EUROPEAN PLAN Cook & Cotfey are advertising some erty in town We will sell at a bar- Mr. M. L. Mitchell, who has been confined to his home for several weeks very fine stock this week. They are .gain. Reason for selling want to go Louisville, Ky. with lagrippeand other complications, located at the Coffey barn, near the to Indiana For further information ostnut Bet. 4th and 5th square and they invite the farmers to call on is improving. T. G. Rasner & Sons. Virginia and Hugh, two children of call and see their fine horses and jack. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Harris, were quite This office is prepared to print all Rugby. sick last week. kinds of stock bills at reasonable Messrs. Elmo Strange, Ed Willis, SAVE Sam Bridgewater, J. Z. Pickett, and prices We have quite a collection of cuts. Several from this place were Frank Judd returned from Louisville last Thursday night. in Columbia last week. Every farmer ought to raise some sheep. Had you Notice. Mr. Chas Cook, wife and little son, ever thought about how much clear money there is in a Your scribe and James Sparks Shelbyville, arrived last Thursday and hunch of sheep? They will yield more money than were at Red Lick last Friday. will remain during the spring and most any thing else on the farm. We know of some summer. They will board at the home All persons wishing to bid for a contract with the town of Columbia, to Mrs. T. J. Thompson is flocks of sheep that have produced more than 200 per of Mr. Geo. E. Wilson. run and operate its machinery, conon Price's Creek this week. cent clean cash in les3 than 12 months. Now, what Mr. Walker Bryant's children, five sisting of a rock crusher, oil engine Improve In number, who have been quite sick and quarry tools now installed can beat that? Nothing but more SHEEP. at the The sick folks here are all imfor several weeks, are reported better. quarry at Horace Jeffries' in said your sheep until you have the very, very best. proving. Mary, a little daugter, is the one that town, furnish the fuel, oils and quarWOOL! WOOL! WOOL! is not making a rapid gain. ry, crush and dump, but not spread, The traveling men have been Gwendolyn Bayless, music rock for the streets of said town at Miss Won't you briig or ship it to us, to be manufactwho was such places thereon as directed by very busy showing their spring , teacher in Lindsey-Wilsoured into fine large Blankets, Linsey, Jeans, Yarn, &c? j quite sick last week, has about recov- said board, between 800 and 1200 goods to our merchants. Or we will pay best cash prices for same. During her illness she was at purch of stone, the town to say how ered. You can hear the familiar home of Dr. C. M Russell. the many, and to complete same by Dec. Write us right now, lest you forget, for samples, n 1, 1916, will call on J. G. gee, naw, on every niusiae. Mr W. R. Lyon, the Eubank, prices, shipping instructions, and other information. traveling salesman, has been quite Clerk, for forms upon which to make The farmers have done-verlittle E. L REESE, Manager, sick, at his home, in Campbellsville, said bids, fill out, sign and deliver to He has had T. E. Jeffries, Chairman, before Mch. farming up to present. for the past three weeks FARMERS WOOLEN MILLS, the closest attention, and w e aiu glad 27, 1916, at 7 o'clock, at a meeting at Logan Murphy has moved to which time said bids will be opened to report that he is improving. and lead by him, and contracts award- Louisville to make ' his future Jamestown, Kentucky. ed or rejected. The town reserviug family will follow home. His the right to reject any or all bids " 1 later T. E Jeffries, 20 2t Chairman Board Trustees 2t sss& WATER-MODERN . Hotel Wat kins ROOMS-RUNNING 20-2- THE SHEEP ? n, J well-know- ! Additional Locals. There has been - a small pox Several letters have been sent to scare here for the past two week Eire alarm drew a great many people to the residence of Mrs Mary Har- this office recently, the writers failing vey, last Tuesday, just after the din- to sign his or her name. They went and it is reported that there are about a dozen cases at this place ner hour., Fortunately, it was the to the waste basket of a flue, and no damage burning out and Sparksville. It is in a light Good Stock. was done. of land from Allen Walker, consideration $1,500. The land Is between Mr. Walker's residence and that of Mr. J. P. Dohoriey. Mr. Knifley will erect a residence some time during the spring and summer- - To CatDsnters. White Rock Eggs On account of getting so many Jo Knifley has, purchased six acres I have a registered Short Horn bull on my farm. One dollar at the gate with return privilege. I also have a Duroc Jersey boar which will serve upon the same terms. -- W. 6 T. Bohoney. 19-3- ' form and has hurt no one very much except Millard Corbin, who got very low, but ds better. Dr. Miller, our Health officer, is .doing all he can to stamp out " " , the disease. jntrnebfora Methodist "Church Eggs I have decided to sell my lib at Jamestown, Ky., will be White Rock eggs at 75c. per 15. he lowest and best bidder on These chickens are full stock and lay March 22nd, 1916. from a laying strain. ue desiring to bid can call at ' of Jamestown, and see the J. C. Strange, mt. Columbia, Ky , will be furnished on id and the work to begin at Phelps & Bennett sold five car. loads J. H. Phelps, of hogs on the Louisville market la Chairman of Building Com. week. Sja fcfTSVj; THKJADAIR COUNTY NEWS dollars is gone to help some 0 build. roads? about W. B. Morris is improving that we ought to have kept slowly. He has been very low and used on some muddy road with fever. near Mr. Rice or some where Richard (Dick) Burton is in a else in this county. very poor state of health, having Senator Gore's Surprise. been confined to his room a long . oth-encou- nty Purdy. - y E3H HftflSiOsiFSa ?' $1,-50- PeftFOWLS -- WANTED S7.50 TO $3.00 EACH W. T. HODGEN, Campbellsville, Ky. .- - HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST time. public sales and more people leaving this part than was ever known before. They seem to not like this county, but they usually come back, as some thing don't suit or their wives were not satisfied. More r - Am permanently located inj Co The surprising feature of Senlumbia. ator Gore's assertion that he AH Classes of Dental work done. Crow had reason for believing.that the de and IniaV work a Specialty. President had expressed himself AH Work Guaranteed as being favorable to war with Germany was that a member of Office over G. W. Lowe's H the United States should be so Shoe Store indiscreet tov put it mildly a3 Our merchant, J. B. Burton, was in the Louisville market last to spring a mere gossip story in week, buying spring goods, to the Senate for international conA Splendid Of course nobody ready to supply" the wants of sumption. be Clubbing Bargain quite well balanced can believe We OrtVrr his customs with the proper he Adair Counly News kinds of goods. While he was that the President said anyand away, his daughter, Mis3 Mary, thing of the kind. Senator Gors ?8&xa8JL Storo 7&e The Cincinnati and Curtis McGaha eloped to made himself ridiculous, when Tennessee, where they were he told the world that he believPAULL DRUG CO. Weekly Enquirer ed the President had made such married. This will not be a sur- -' Both One prise to a lot of folks that will a statement. It was an Year Balloons in War. Chaplin Gets $670,000. boorish, provincial and For Only read it. , unwarrantable action. FrankSubscription may be Some hundreds of captive balOscar Smiley has returned new or renewal fort State Journal. Charlie Chaplin, the celebratloons are in use near the firing-line- , Ohio, after being gone ten from What the Weekiy Enquirer is especially near the German ed pantomine artist who has or twelve days. There is no Colds Quickly Relieved. It Is Issued every Thursday, subscription price J1.C0 per year, and it is one of lines, for the Germans make made millions roar at his antics place like home. Many people cough and cough the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great more use of ballons than do the in the films, has signed a conWe hear some talk of three or from the beginning of Fall right DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnine the tract for the year, calling for a through to Springs. Others get cold French or British. world's events, and for that reason can four candidates for county of- after cold. Take Dr. King's New giue you all the leading news. It Carries a carries a en at omount of valuable farm The captive balloons, used by salary of $10,000 a week and a fices from this part of the coun- Discovery and you will get almost Immatter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports- Its numerous dethe Germans are not the ordidary bonus of $150,000, or a total of mediate relief. It checks your cold, ty. partments make it a necessity to every stops the racking, rasping, ome. (arm or business man. round ones so often seen, for $670,000, making him the highThe seventh month of the This grand oiler is limited and we advise coughs, heals the inflammation, you to'take advantage by subcrib;ng for such a balloon would rock too est salaried "movie" artist in Bloomington school is being soothes the raw tubes. Easy to take, the above combination right now. Call 0 or mail orders tr Antiseptic and Healing. Get a 50c. mach in the wind and prevent the world. The contract is a taught at present. Mrs. Docia The Adafr County News, word affair. It calls for bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery any observer keep his feet for jRussell teacher. The Purdy and keep it in the house. "It is cer Columbia, Ky. Chaplin to begin work on March long. kEHsasscfc school was out in January. Miss tainly a great medicine and I keep a The German war balloon is like 20, or earlier, if possible. He Hattie Williams as teacher. We bottle of it continually on hand" a long sausage, "which floats at will pose in new studios being had a very good school. We writes W. C Jesseman, Franconia, M". built in Los Angeles, Cal. It ILLUSTRATED Money back if not satisfied but it an angle of some 45 degrees to The t have one of the best school H. will cost the company $1,530,-00- 0 Most nearly always helps. Paull Drug Co. the ground. At the bottom end Interesting houses and nicest play grounds during the year to produce Adv. of this long gasbag is an Magazine in the county. But we .are badPublished. the Chaplin pictures, including one end of which is open to ly in need of a well. It is genPlain, Artistic Furnishings. 50 Timely the wind and the other closed up his salary and bonus. Articles erally understood that Miss An, Your home reflects your char- save for a small hole to allow the with The company which has signnie Farris will teach our school Over 200 acter just as surely as does your air to blow through it. ed him up has liwewise insured Striking this year. Pictures in speech or manner of dress. If The g usually lies in him for $250,000 against any posOct f ?. Ws. Each Cents The sale at John Ed Burton's it does not reflect your best &' TKuntfml Pkturt Number loose folds, but when a current sible loss of his service. As he was well attended. Mules, horses ideals; then it simply betrays of wind comes along the air blows is an Englishman and liable to Sample Copy Free cattle and hogs sold well and your indifference. Many and Send us your name and address into the bag, extending it and be called to the colors, the conand say where you saw this advercorn done well bringing from many a .home that is neatness ittisement and we will mail you free acting as a rudder, keeping the tract' stipulates that he shall not acopy of Illustrated World, the $3.40 to $3.50 per barrel. self still shows a mental laziness nose of the balloon always with leave this country without the big, human interest magazine which tells you in clear, simple language A young man named Sam Law- or indifference on the part of its consent of the company. The about all the wonderful things men the wind, and so steadying it. are doing everywhere. less and Lizzie Hadley, a very mistress concerning the things These balloons are U3ea for contract was signed after three It brings before you the vitaJ happenings of the world ; is accurate, young girl, were married at which beautify and elevate our weeks' negotiating. Three huncontrolling artillery fire, and usbut never dull; thrilling, but not sensational; fascinating, but not Bearwallow March 12, by Rev. lives. And for this there is no ually float dred feet of "movie" film was at a height of a thoustrashy. Over 200 striking pictures in every issue. The most interestOrberson. day when carbo and feet. excuse in a Occasionally one taken of the actual signing, five ing and helpful magazine for all the family. For sale by all newsdealers. J. "E. Burton bought a farm prints of the world's master breaks loose, either through a minutes being sufficient for the 15c. a copy, $1.50 a year. Write today for a free sample from P. M. Burton, on the Stan- pieces may be had for almost a cable snapping or being cut by a transaction. The grand finale copy. Be care to mention Address: this advertisement. B. G. Redman song, and furniture of good "deford road, joining shell, and many of these bal- was the presentation to Chaplin ILLUSTRATED WORLD 5800 Drcsel Ave.. Chicago. III. for $1,000 and two work mules sign, however, "plain," is with- loons have given rise to stories of a check of $150,000. S in the means of all! There is, of wrecked Zeppelins. for $350. Even if lots of people are making wide eyes at what is called A few weeks ago there was a right in the tenement district of Patience Wh-.- t did you think York, a certain small room my salary," said Chaplin, "it is letter in The NewB from a .Mr. New When to Take Chamber's Tablets. of Peargy's new iUamond ring? a matter t do not spend much Rice, of Cane Valley. As you furnished with homemade "box" Patrice I didn't notice it. you feel dull and stupid after furniture, paintad and enameled When Hi time thinking about. Honestly, remember he was against bondPatience Didn't notice it? eating. 1 mean it. Money and business Geel ing the county for roads, but white, hung, with window curWhen constipated or biiious. Are you atone blind b I are very serious matters-an- d with a new way of build- tains and hemstitched cheescloth When you have sickjieadache. came Yonkers Statesman. have to keep my mind off them. ing roads and paying for them and "ornamented" with potted When yon have a sour stomach. ' as we build and so on. When you belch after eating. In fact, I do not worry about A GREAT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. When I geraniums and unframed photomoney at all. It would get in read his plan, I wonderedwhy Col. graphs of the masters, which. I When you have indigestion. , When nervous or despondent. The dally Evening Post one year, the way of my work." Theodore Roosevelt didn't take assure you, is far more "artist When you have no relish for your many a gold and broHome and Farm one year, . his advice when he issued bonds ic" than '." meals. parlor in, the fashionable Variety is the spice of life - to And a beautifuflD!6 Calendar, When your liver is .torpid. fto cat the Pantm CtnaL This cade And The Adair County News, -: part of towa. v i "Tor sale by Paull .Drug ,Co. . Adv. the;bld man in the front row. our 5cts on the. hundred 13.99, 3Tflr AJlfor only m unac-countab- ly $1.35 - tissue-tearin- g 20,-00- - .WORLD air-ba- g, air-ba- 1913 13 -- - - -- - - THE ADAIR COUNCTYJNEWS V LVJ ivj i You IIMi: Need a Tonic Roy. ; . Nell. BMiieace Phase 13 B BsittoetiPheca A There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you knojw what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com- The.weatfter has been cool for Mrs. Emily Conover has been confined to he bed with grippe. a few days. DENTIST Gilford Reece and Miss BerThe littleson of Mr. and Mrs. Goodin Reecejias been very sick tha Roach were married on the Office, Front rooms "va Jeffries BTd'g with croup. G. JR. Redmon, our merchant, DR. J. N. MURRELL posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking is doing a good business now Hfif imHfll 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. Has Helped Thousands. bw; () c XXX J 61 I iJ twi Woodson Lewis I ; aiREEISrSBTXRa, 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'RoIIed Before Seeding. -- Singing at White' Oak every Saturday night conducted by W P. Epperson.- - Everybody is invited to come. Little Miss Edna Simmons has bef.n quite sick for a few days. The roads are very bad in this sections. It seems that the bonds would do us no harm now. Little Miss Dapie Mullinix was visiting in Columbia this week. Owing to bad weather there has been but little farming done in this section There is a meeting in progress this weekat Concord, conducted by our pastor, Rev. Caldwell, and Bro. Sexton. Mrs, Renie Bryant is on the sick list this week. n Bro. Teedium Moore, our man, passed broom through here en route to Columbia last week. Yve welcome our new neighbor, Mr. J. L. Gaskin, and hope Mr. Acree is satisfied with the exchange of places. Mrs. Nellie Rigney was visiting atMr. and Mrs. J. C. Bryant's recently. well-know- 2nd of March. A new telephone line has been run from the Nell line up to Mr. Charlie Jones, which connects with the Grady ville line. Mrs. Mary Bell visited her sister, Mrs. A. C. Pulliam, a few days of last week. Born, to the wife of Leonard Walker, a girl. Born, to the wife of G. E. Ham-iltoa boy, on March 3rd Mr. John Reece, who has been in bad health for sometime, died, Feb., 23, with a complication of diseases.. There has been quite a lot of hoes sold in this community. Good prices were paid. up Stairs. Columbia, J. B. Stone - Kentucky J. H-- . Stone SAVE $20.00 NOW hi $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma $75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand n, 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. V Eggs are worth 15c in the Btore and huxters are paying 14c in cash. Walter and'John England and Ernest England and wife will leave for Illinois in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. improving some. TIN WORK. ' I am Jeff prepared to do any kind of Tin Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c. I Rose are make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other Gilford Hamilton and Hobson thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call Walker were in Edmonton last at my shop if you need anythin6in my Monday. line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. Whpat-is looking well in this Over L. W. Bennetts'a Store. community. There is "a number of young lambs in this community. Rev. Purdue preached here the second Saturday and Sun- S. E. Bridgwaters, i DENTAL 0"FrB,ICE Rank Foolishness. - 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. You occasionally see it stated that colds do nob 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 Rem-edIt is effectual and is highly rec ommended by people who have used it for many years as occasion required, and know its real value. For sale by Adv Paull Drug Co. y. Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER PAULL DRUG CO. day in March. Will Ed Hunter, of Gradyville, visited his brother, James, two weeks ago. Sign of Good Digestion. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 3D. OFFICE PXTONB International Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands Pickett. Born, to the wife of Lowe, on the 7th, a son. at 10 per cent, less than Prices. Prices good while - stock lasts We also sell the Superior Wheat Drills, the Oliver Chilled Plows the farmers best friend, Bellyue Disc Harrows and Walter A. Wood Smoothing Harrows. Yours For Your Good Will, I. H. .C. When you see a cheerful and happy old lady yob may know that she-ha- s good digestion. If your digestion Is impaired or if you do not relish your meals take a dose of Chamberlain's I will drill wells in Adair and Tablets. They strengthen the stom-acimprove the dlgestisn and cause adjoining counties. See me be a gentle movement of the bowels. William For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv fore contracting. Latest WELL DRILLER h, im-prov- ed W. C. Rodgers was in Greens-burgJa- st week on business. G. W. Whitlock, of Campbells-vill- e, was at G. T. Kemp's one Food Prices in Italy. machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Gall. Give Woodson Lewis,! Italy is said to be the cheapest of the countres at war in which day last week. to live cheaper even than neuThere has been several plant tral Switzerland. Hotel rates beds burned in this section. J. H. Rodgers, who had fever, are still reasonable and house and apartment rents are even lower has got able to be out again. W. G. Pickett attended the than they were before the war. burial of his brother, "Boise, who died in Illinois. He was buried in the Mason City cemetery. Mr. Bird Keltner died the 4th and, was buried the 5th. Funeral was preached by Bro. Christie. Owing to so much bad weather there has not been no big lot of farm work done in this section. Hew to Prevent Croup., J. C. YATES L,. H. Jones Veterinary.SurgeotTand Dentist .j t Food prices have not increased, Surveying CD. -- Crenshaw C. VETERINARY SURGEON r - Land Owners Attention. Faulkner, is prepared to do years Special $&t-"'- k "your Surveying correctly. He has t thirty-thre- e experience. Cnargesrea- aonable. Attnetfen t Eyes sar-fic- al Phone 74 or Flatulo, Poll-evi- l, work dose write T.-f . Faulkner, Columbia. Ky. ey doe when work- - is dose or steck rejaoved from stable. LtUTHM-NE- A! El HUES' 1ESIKNCE NUKKYILLE STIEET. veil fixed to take care ox stock. at fair prices. Spavin or any 1 Mon- as yhen the child is subject to attacks of croup, see to it that he eats a light evening "meal, as an overloaded stom ach may brinjr on an attack, also watch for the first symptom hoarw- nees,and give Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy as soon as the chile! becomes hoarse. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv K L as much as in France, Germany Special attention given Diseases of all' and England. This last menDomestic Animals tioned condition .s due mainly to the laws prohibiting the exporta Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. tion of all food stuffs, which in a l"-:fS. ; measure prevents speculation Phone114G., Columbia, Ky. and corners in the market. It is pointed out that Italy is still largely an agricultural country & and produces all she eats, except wheat. The price of macaroni Attoaey-At-Uhas advancecLfrom. 6 cents to 10 cents a pound, but other prodW31 pra3kc ucts have remained stationary or tiuB awl'adjoiuBfl wOwrtie.r increased only slightly. State Jmsltwp, i KeitKky Journal. -- Eye Specialist f 'i y a ojmSu Stone Stone, w -- '& 8 THEADAIR COUNTY NEWS Sheriffs Sale of Land for Taxes. WOMAN'S DREAM gg . & IS TRUE AT LAST SM On Monday, April 3, 1916, at the Courthouse door, in Columbia, Ky.i She Knows Why the same being the first day of a reguaires Offer to Divide lar term of the Adair County Court, at 1 o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, I Fortunes. will offer for sale, to the highest bidder, for cash in hand the following de scribed tracts of land or sufficient To be a sufferer from nervous dysthereof to satisfy the tax and cost pepsia for ten years, and to bear all due for the year 1915 by the following the tortures, mental and physical, that named persons; this all too common ailment brings, Whites in District No. 1. and then to find relief almost over night, is like having a happy dream C S Baxter 10 acres joins G W come true. and cost for Pointer, Tax 4 97 But this was the delightful experi year 1915 the ence of Mrs. Margaret Hunter, of 40 Mollie Bastain (N R) 7 acres Eighteenth street, Newport, Ity. Mrs joins Francis Hardin. Tax and 2 49 Hunter, the wife of a cost for the year 1915 and highly successful real estate W H Mitcham 53 acres joins B dealer in the Kentucky city, recently "Wethinton. Tax and cost for 6 25 told of the long hoped for change in the year 1915 Iter life. Colored, District 2fo. 1. "For ten years" explained Mrs E C Hardin 30 acres joins Eva Hunter, "I have suffered from nervous Chelf. Tax and cost for the dyspepsia. When I read of the offers 6 72 year 1915 to divide their of Ed McWhorter 18 acres joins J fortunes if they might be cured of A Burress. Tax "and cost for this terribly distressful malady, I felt 7 56 the year 1915 that in this way the most eloquently H H Shiveley 6 acres joins E C told of their sufferings, and I felt, too, Hardin. Tax and cost for the would never be cured, because Muli-Million-v to-wi- LOCUST GROVE STOCK FARM a. s. cirEvrixa, prop. t: well-know- n muli-millionair- sgfJjjBamBMBfcii83IIBlBB For the Season of 1915 I year 1015 5 93 Whites in District No. 2. TA Bryant 85 acres joins C W Bryant. Tax and cost for the I had no millions to that I offer. of remedies Will Offer for Public Service - "I used all manner y 7 35 year 1915 L B Barrett 9 acres joins W C Barrett. Tax and cost for 5 41 the year 1915 pepsia causes headaches, backaches, 127 acres joins J B L Dickinson and pains in the kidney regions, nauF Pelley. Tax and cost for 10 14 sea, dizziness, sleeplessness, bad taste the year 1915 in my mouth, a coated tongue, formDominicus Hardin 175 acres joins ing of gas in my stomach and bloat G W Rubarts Tax and cost 7 35 ing, and I was Jn a generally runfor the year 1915 down and thoroughly nervous condi W L Kell 65 acres joins Jack tion. Sullivan. Tax and cost for "And then came the loving surprise 5 62 the year 1915 After the first few doses of Tanlac J F Pelley 40 acres joins R. L I was benefitted. Now I am back to a Dickinson. Tax and cost for 7 85 normal condition, nerves quieted, restthe year 1915 ful sleep, and my food digesting as it Books, Mrs. S B 75 acres joins should, and, of course, 1 am gaining Buck Books. Tax and cost 3 47 strength daily. for the year 1915 "My husband, who has seen the J tf Tarter 25 acres joins Frank splendid effect of Tanlac on me, has Tarter. Tax and cost for 5 74 also taken." the year 1915 Tanlac, that inspired this intensely J A Winfrey 200 acres joins B. interesting story, big in importance C Neal. Tax and cost for the 42 88 to men and women everywhere, now year 1915 is be introduced in Columbia at Page Whites' in District No. 3. & Hamilton drug store, where it is Lee Harvey (N R) J acre joins A being fully explained daily. D Harvey. Tax and cost for Adv. 1 60 the year 1915 ' Mrs. Sarah A Kimbler 1 acre Collins. Tax and cost for the joins Geney Hadley. Tax and year 1915 4 34 1 66 cost for the year 1915 S. H. Mitchell, S. A. C Whites in District No. 4. At Cost. J S England 8 acres joins Spencer Wooten. Tax and cost for 2 17 the year 1915 I have six new binders (Deering) JB Janes 85 acres joins John F which I will sell at actual cost. Hundley. Tax and cost for J. H. Phelps, 8 87 the year 1915 Jamestown, Ky. J J Jessie 50 acres joins Dock Janes. Tax and cost for the Gradyville. year 1915 4 98 " Marshall Boach 70 acres joins We had snow last week. Thomas Cole. Tax and cost 4 98 for the year 1915 Rev. W. C. Christie was on G T Wilson 40 acres joins Tax and cost for the sick list a day or so last week. 7 35 the year 19'l5 J. F. Pendleton, of Greens-burWhites in District No. 5. was in our midst last FriG "W Blankenship 2J acres joins day, looking after hogs. W S Hindman. Tax and cost 5 63 for the year 1915 T. W. Dowell spent a few days Albert Willis 50 acres joins W in Greensburg last week. P Price. Tax and cosa for 10 14 the year 1915 H. A. Walker, of Columbia, Colored, in District No. 5. was in our midst last Thursday Alice Taylor 79 acres joins Clarence Keltner. Tax and " nd Friday. 7 98 cost for the year 1915 Allen Kemp was at GreensWhites in District No. 6. burg last Saturday on business. C H Johnson i acre joins George Dr. J. A. Yates and Polk Taylor. Tax and cost for the 3 94 year 1915 Mitchell, of Edmonton, were in J S Rainwater (N B) 129 acres our town last Monday, looking joins Green Wateon. Tax and year 1915 '4 05 after some of W. L. Grady's fine Joslah Smith '100 acres joins stock. Frank Pike. Tax and cost g. for the year 1915 10 14 Miss Pedigo, of Summershade, 6. Colored in District No. is spending a few days with her JLouisa Bndgewater 57 acres sister, Mrs. W. C. Christie, in joins Pete Bridgewater. Tax 3 47 our city at this time. and cost for the year 1915 Smith 87 acres joins June JI We understand there is sever Groves. Tax and cost for the without avail. Even the strictest dieting did not help jne materially. Food in any form was absolutely repellant at most times. But worst of all, of course, was the conscant nerve strain. I had all of the symptoms that dys- BALL CHIEF, 3806, AA.T S. EL R. TO IKS DUE A. 1 25.00 . COLT DESCRIPTION: Ball Chief, in colof is a rich red chestnut, star" and snip, left hind pastern white, 7 years old, 6 hands high, has fine head, and beautiful long slender, tapering ears, has an extremely long thin blady neck, that comes out of his perfectly formed withers in faultless fashion and tapers perfectly to his beautiful head in which are set a pair of large expressive eyes. He has a high well set natural tail, which he carries at all times to suit the most fastidious. He has a good short back and a most excellent set of feet and legs. He is nicely broken and gaited, and goes all the gaits in a most attractive manner. While he has not been extensively shown, yet, he has contended for honois in some of the best congregations of show horses and his many winnings are proof of his powers to meet the requirements in the best show rings. As a breeder he is in the front rank, transmitting tp his get, form, size, style and manner of going that are his characteristics and which make, not only the show animal, but the general utijity horse the horse that will always live in the fancy of men and perform the service in that manner that will command a fancy price. ' BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief 1361, by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, he by Clark Chief. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900, by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Juella C. by Jewell Denmark 70, he by Washington Denmark 64. 3rd dam He has proven himself a breeder of NDew Drop, by Artist 75. 4th dam by Cabell's Lexington. high-class and is in every way worthy of your careful consideration. Raven Bird 6550 A. S. H. R. By Red Bird G. 1356, he by Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234. he by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam Thompson 13038, by Ottawa 232, by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Nellie Ray, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington. 3rd dam Stella Denmark by Caldwell's Denmark. 4th dam Bonnie Brown, by Nat Brown 8L Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay. full 18 hands high. 8 years old, he has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a vey well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He Possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has five distinct gaits, and goe3 them all in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red show and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's Bird, who ha3 perhaps sired as many high-claside to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all hosemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever Bved. Raven Bird Is one of Red Bird's greatest sons and has proved himself an excellent breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is given an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his worthy sire. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living Au-tha- lia ss 18-3- colt prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at ten cents per day or fed at $1 0. per month. In all cases money is due and must be paid when mares All stock will receive are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or"removed from neighborhood. our personal attention, and due care wilr be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. I am. s; A. S. CHEWNING, Columbia, Ky-- . g, Owing to the high price of hogs, corn, is getting to be a litthis section. None tle carce-ican scarcely be bought at any price. Those who have corn are feeding a large number of hogs and wont sell. Mr. Jo McCubbin and family, who moved into this community n from Green Co., a few months ago, decided they did not like this section of county as well as they thought they would and have sold their possession, and Mr. Frank Dulin, formerly of will start in a few days for Illithis community but now of Ed- nois, wherejhey .expect -- to loHer-sch- wife of Charlie Scott. Her father, James Mat Sneed, died something like three weeks ago, at the same home. There has been quite a lot of sickness in this community forjthe past three months and a number of deaths. sy, Mrs. Alice Scott, -- oost-forthe year 1915. 13 39 J Colored In District No 7. B Lucas i acre joins Ned Mur- ray. Tax and cost for the year 1915 Taylor Wade 50 acres joins Arch 4 98 monton section, was in our midst cate permanently. last Thursday, and reports evel We are sorry to say that erything moving along nicely in Shirrell, one of our good his part of Metcalfe county. citizens, is in a very critical conQuite a number of hogs are dition at this time with stomach being fed in this section at tnis trouble, and complication of othtime for the spring market. engaged their er troubles' He is confined to al cases of smallpox in the Some few have practicably all the time. Sparksville community at this hogs for future delivery at 8c his room latime. We are glad to say that per Id., while others who are Not able to do any manual we are clear of this disease so' feeding will not engage at any bor. far. j pnct. Died, on the 16th,- - with drop -- Up to this time, owing to the weather, fhere lias scarcely been nothing in farming done. Our farmers are daily complaining about getting behind with their work. Oat sowing and plowing are all to be done yet. We are glad to note that they ail got their plant beds burned and from the amount of canvas that is going out from this town daily their will be quite an effort for a large, crop of the weed th aeatoo. ,