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Jeffries, Modern Woodmen Motion Pic- - Miss Ina B. Dohoney, a popular Mr. T. C. Taylor, a Prominent Mer who was known in this county as young woman of Bradfordsville, and , Jacksonville, Fla.,,, tures. Carsie Hammonds, a school teacher of (Times-UnionFlood Jeffries, died at his late home chant of Campbellsville, and March, 20; Moberly, Mo., aged about 59 years. Russell Springs, were united in mar This picture will be given at the An interesting event of the past Mrs. Ermine Wilson Married The deceased was a son of T. F. Parlor Circle Wednesday night, April riage at the Baptist parsonage in this city Tuesday evening, Rev. T. J. Por week was the marriage of Miss Nancy Jeffries, who died in Adair county 5th. at the Parsonage. Murrell Vance, daughter of Mrs Mat-ti- e many years ago. He was born in RusUnder directions of Head Consul, A. ter officiating. Vance, and Mr. Elliot Eugene sell county, removing to this county, R. Talbot, of Lincoln, Neb., the ModThe ceremony took place in the ONLY A FEW CLOSE FRIENDS PRESENT. with his parents, when only a small ern Woodmen of America, Is now book- presence of only a few close friends, Blankenship, which was solemnized at boy. He grew up and married here, ing a reel of 1,040 feet of motion pic- after which the young people left for the home of the bride on Monroe twenty or more tures, entitled "The Man Who Came a trip to Louisville and Bowling Green. street Friday evening removing to Missouri Lasfc Thursday afternoon Mr T. C years ago. He was a good business The bride, who is a daughter of The drawing room, where the cereTaylor, who is a prominent merchant man, and for a long time traveled for Back," featuring Robert Wilson, of James Dohoney, of Adair county, is a mony took piace, was beautifully decMissouri, in a true and realistic film of Campbellsville, and Mrs. Ermine a wholesale house. sister of Mrs. A. D. Purdy, with whom orated, a pink and white color motif story of his part in the present war "Wilson, one of the best known ladies Several years ago he met 'with a not of bloodshed but in the fight she has been making her home for being effectively carried out with cut of the Russell Springs section of Rus- stroke of paralysis, followed by a fall, years. She is quite an attract flowers, together with palms ferns me- several sell county, were married at 2 o'clock, breaking one of his hips. From this against and conquest of that ive young woman, and has a large cir- and other potted plants. nacing monster of the human in this city, by Rev. W. R. Wagoner, accidentia never recovered. Mrs. M. K. Jones presided at the Wilson is one of the cle of friends. The groom is a son of at the home of the minister. He was buried in his home town, million members 'of the Modern Wood- C. A. Hammonds, of Russell county. piano, rendering an appropriate proImmediately after theVieremony the the funeral services being largely atgram of wedding music, and playing Lebanon Enterprise. men of America. Discovering that couple left for the groom's home, in tended. Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin as he is afflicted with this disease, he The bride has a great many rela- the bridal party Campbellsville. entered. Besides his wife he leaves a number advantage of the comforts, care, tives in Adair county, Mrs. J. C. the The groom is a prominent merchant of children, and to them, friends' and takes The bride was given in marriage by Browning being a sister. the Sanatorium owned, her brother, Mr. W. M. Vance, and in his home town and has a large ac- relatives of Adair county extend their an,d cure of and operated by that So maintained, quaintance throughout the State. It will pay you to attend the auction little Miss Ellineor Mathison acted as deepest sympathy. ciety, free to its members. atGarlin r, next Saturday, April 1st. The bride is a very popular lady, and Among his relatives here we name For severalof charge carrying the ring in the years that fraternal insti- Many useful articles will be sold (5 heart of a white rose. has spent eight or ten years of her life Horace, T. E. C. G. and Miss Mollie tution has thus actively and effective- dozen egg containers for the farmer.) in the mercantile business, at her for- Jeffries, nephews and niece. His wife ly The groom had as his best man Mr. move- 22-in the world-widmer home town, Russell Springs. Her was Miss Ellen Reynolds, who was a Sam Roberts. ment advocated by the Red Cross and ceremony which was witnessed manner of doing business won friends daughter of Jas. H. Reynolds, deceas- medical stamp out the See "The Broken Coin" every Tues- byThe all over Russell county, all of whom ed, and by that name there are a num- dread authorities, to relatives and intimate friends of "white plague" and Wilson is day night. The grandest of all serwill be glad to learn that she has been ber of surviving relatives. the couple, was parformed by Rev. C. the beneticiary of this Wo5dmen ials. W Mathison and Rev. Dr. F. Pasco. happily married. station. It is an intensely ingroom lived a widower several The bride was charming in her wedThe TacKy Party. story of teresting and Russell Fiscal Court. years, and the bride lost her first husding gown of white crepe de chine of wife and children the leave-takinband something like fifteen" years ago with lace and ribbon trimmings, and enjoy- Weak in body and hopeless in mind he Last Thursday night a most carried an arm bouquet of white carThe News extends its best wishes. Russell county is going to get busy, able time was spent by the young folks journeys to the beautiful Rocky Moun"? as will be seen from the following ac- nations and lihies of the valley at the home of Mrs. Priscllla Dohoney, tain region near Colorado Springs, tion of Russell county The little flower girl wore a frock Death of aRIftffroman. Colo , where, Fiscal Court: it being a surprise tacky party About and constant in the rarified climate The Russell County Fiscal Court of white lingerie with pink satin sash sunshine, at an altitude 7:30 o'clock the crowd gathered at the and hair ribbons. of 7,000 feet, he is destined to spend met Mar. 18, and ordered 840,000, bond ceremony there was Following Mrs. Dellie Bryant, who was the be home .of Miss Virginia Coffey and nine months at the foot of Mount issued to be sold April 6th. Also ap- an informal the reception, during which loved wife of T. J. Bryant, 'who is a from there they marched to Mrs. home in a groupe, taking her Cedar, in the care of the most modern proved the survey and plans and pro- the couple received the congratulations merchant, doing business near Ozark, Sanatorium in the world. His exper- files of the road from Jamestown to of died last Wednesday morning at 2 by surprise She was assisted by her their friends. iences in "chasing the cure," his ab- Sewellton, which will be sent to the years old, daughter, Miss Tossie, in entertaining During the reception hour a 'delio'clock. She was sixty-fiv- e solute rest from all cares and labor, State road commissioner for approval. and had been an invalid for eleven the young people until about 10:30. his gradual return to health and They expect to be ready to advertise cious refreshment course was served, years, being a victim of pulmonary Refreshments were served and a very Mrs. J" O'Quinn, Mrs M. J. Holehan Master strength, his "hikes" among the fra- for bids by April 1st, for three sec- and Mrs. W. H. Roberts, Jr., assisting She was tenderly cared, for enjoyable time was spent. trouble. grant pines and over the rocky trails tions of the Toad. First from Jamesduring her Jong affliction by her de Fred Harris and Miss Amelia Oamron of the U. S. forest rgserve, leased by town to Russell Springs Second from in serving. won the prize for being the tackiest voted husband and loving children. The bride came to Jacksonville a and adjoining the Sanatorium, result Russell Springs to Casey County line. Neighbors were also constantly at her couple and Miss Virginia Coffey won couple of years ago from Columbia, in his final return to family and friends Third from Jamestown to Sewellton. Ky., bedside, and the best medical at.ten the prize on games. Every one regret- victorious over his- foe. and during "The Man Also received a petition from John has made many her residence here ted when the parting hour came. friends. tion was employed. About 15' couples were present, besides Who Came Back" is a thrilling and Luttrell and others of Fonthill neighThe groom, formerly of Washington, The deceased was a very religious several grown-up- s who went to look dramatic story and absolutely true borhood asking that a section of roa'd D. C, also popular with a host of woman, having been a devout member on as well; indeed, his experiences has from Russell Springs to Casey Cdunty friends, who will extend congratulaof the Christian Church for many been duplicated by nearly 2,000 of his line by the way of Fonthill, Irvin's years. fellow Neighbors, who have already Store, leading by the way of Caintown tions. Tuesday night two season tickets enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Blankenship will make cele- to Somerset, which petition was filed the benefits The funeral services were conducted will be given away at the Parlor Cir- brated institution. of this justly pro for future consideration. their home in Jacksonville. by Revs. Nathan Murrell and P. M. This film is Bryant, a large circle of relatives and cle, for "The Broken Coin." nounced by competent authorities to Mrs. Wilson Entertains. 1 have a good typewriter for sale. be one of the very best in. tbis highly friends being present to pay their last To Mule Men. T. E. Waggener. developed age of motion pictures, and 22-respects to the departed, who will be is in such great demand that it can be greatly missed, not only by the survivDr. R. W. Browder, who was one of Last Saturday afternoon. Mrs. W. ing husband and children, but by the M. Wilson entertained complimentary My large Jack will make the season booked for only one day and night in themost prominent members entire neighborhood. at my barn, in Columbia, Ky. Fee, each town or dty. it is a rare op Louisville Conference, died of the to Miss Alva Knight of Jamestown, at his and Miss Leonora Lowe, of Kentucky May the blessings of God rest upon $8.00, to insure a living colt. portunity one can not afford to miss. Deputy, for the Modern Wood- home in Russellville, last Thursday College for Women, Danville, Ky.,, who have been so sorely bereft, 2l-State those H. 3. Ingram. . Mq was also the President men, J W. DeHart, of Louisville, will morning. and give them fortitude to sustain spending a few days at home. of the Board of Education, and was who is their great loss, a devoted wife and a Devils, Diseases and Divorces. be present and give a lecture while the very deeply Progressive Rook was the feature interested in the Lindsey- , reel is being run. loving mother. Wilson Training school, this place of the af ternron's entertainment, Miss She cannot come back, but they can Mary Lucy Lowe making the highest He frequently visited Columbia in the go to her if they walk in the straight score. Produce Wanted. There will be a lecture.given in the interest of the institution. The A clover drawing contest, and narrow path that leads to eternal County Court room, Tuesday night, at in which Methodist Church, has sustained a life. To meet wife and mother at the 7 o'clock, March 28th. Subject, DevMiss Katherine Gill was the successI will buy country meat, - lard, pota- great los3, and his place will be hard ful winner of the "Four Leaf Clover," celestial gate is worth correct living ils, Diseases" and Divorces. Tb men to fill. toes, eggs, chickens and corn. to accomplish. was very much enjoyed. onlyjby D. L. "Wolf. A. G. Hill will 22 2t T. E. Waggener. . Delightful music was rendered by render special songs. All men welFarmer's Fertilizer, Mrs Wilson and Miss Alice Walker. Leaf House at Burkesville. come. Lose flesh-tuberculosis. ding Solemnized. ring-beare- e lt ' life-savi- heart-grippin- g ..' u i Do-honey- .'s -- - 2t ,'vjf 4t 3$S .3 The starting of a loose leaf house at Burkesville is. a certainty. The stock holders met last Saturday, and finding that not enough money had been raised, subscribed an additional live thousand dollars, elected a Board of Directors, and let the contract for putting up the buildings. It will be a great enterprise, and very convenient toCumberland and adjacent coun- save you money. 22-3t. ty tobacco growers. In April issue of the American Magazine are interviews with James R. A good milk cow for sale, T. E. Waggener. Hanu, Republican floor leader of the b House of Representatives, and Oscar W. Underwood, author of the present Cleo Sherrill has sold a half interest Lebanon to T tariff law. Both mase interesting in his barber shop-a- t and conflicting forecasts of our tariff H. Beacham, who worked here-fosometime. On account of declining leads after the war. health Mr. Sherrill will remove to Besides the marriage licenses, here- Taylor county. tofore reported, the following have A bill was passed by the last LegisbMO recently issued: Clell Burton to E- - Burton; Ben Conover to lature, making it unlawful to fish in Lula "PA&rlr W. Grider; Lawrence C. Law- - any way,' excepting a hook and line. les to Annie L Hadley: Wm Burton (To violate it a heavy fine follows. 22-2r forging to the front as an attorney. He is located at Lexington, and this S. F- - Eubank. week he is engaged in a law suit for the plaintiff, brought by J. L. Griffith, Fair at Columbia. administrator of E. S. Griffith, against Mr. J. H. Young, who owns the the Kentucky Traction and Terminal Fair Grounds, requests us to state Company for $25,000. E. S. Griffith was accidentally killed by a car of the that the exhibition at this place would company. commence August 15, and continue four days. Every thing will be put Eggs for Sale. in readiness. If you are in need of a pump I Mr. Jas. A Wilmore, son of Mr and Mrs. W. M. Wilmore, ofGradyville, is can The Read Brands a complete Fertz. sell at $1.25. Another commercial value $1.02 sell $1.30 Have cheaper, also higher. By Mr. Coomer's shop. To your interest to buy early. U, L. Antle. 22-3- t. All persons who will be in town next Monday, county court, and who are indebted to the late firm of Gill & -- A salad course was served. Those receiving invitations were: Misses Alva Knight, Leonora Lowe, Mary Lucy Lowe, Madge Rosenfield, May Stults, Alice Walker, Ella Walker, Mollie Caldwell, Katherine Gill, Sue F. King, Mabel Russell Ewen, Evelyne Clark, Edna Akers, Mary Triplett. Mary Breeding, Mary Miller, Ella Todd, Mrs. Arvest Hill. Wr V Waggener, are urged .'to call store rnd settle. 22-- lt at the Don't fail to see Mary Pickford, highest salried actress in the world, Thursday night. the 75 The Presbyterian prayer meeting will be held at the home of Mr. H. A. Ground was in fine condition for Walker, Wednesday evening at 7 plowing this week, and the farmers o'clock. were fewr from the rising of the sun to the setting thereof. Mrs. Fannie Sexton, who has been. by the lastLeg-matrtr- e Hying in Campbellsville for some time, AUtbe bills passed has removed to Gadberry, this county, are published in home. ISewe. to-day- 's to Crr Harmon. White Wyandotteeggs for sale, at A letter to Mr. C. S. Harris states cents per setting of 15. Mr. C. H. Mrk W. E. Harris, that his brother-in-la' Brasel, recently died at his old home Columbia, Ky. , . in Tennessee. He was the husband of iTMrs. Wm. Coleman, of Kashvllle, Mr. Harris1 sister, Miss Mary Harris; will please accept our thanks for a who spent some time Tierer before her copy of the Dally Nashville Banner, marriage. Mr. Brasel had been In degiving a detailed account of the clining health for some time. He went recent destructive fire in that city. from his Texas home to Tennessee, hoping to be benefitted. ' Under the new school law the trusNotice. tees are required to take the census of all illiterates over 20 years of age. Blanks will be furnished by the SuperAn invitation is given to every wointendent. man, who is a member of the Chrischurch, to meet every other J. A. Young sold thirty cattle, by tian who is a member of the Chriswoman the head,in Danville, a few days ago. tian church at the chapel Tuesday The lot brought $1,022. afternoonr April 4th, from two to Under the late act, the safest way four o'clock. An interesting program will be given asd refreshments served. to fish is with a hook and line. Injex Finger PeUey, son of Mr. Cut Off Last Monday morning Mr. Oliver J. H. Pelley, this place, met with a serious accident. He was hooking up a pair of mules and was using a piece of wire. The mules started too soon, and Mr. Pelley's Ielt hand got caught by the wire and his index finger was cut off. He came to town and the stump of his finger was dressed by Dr W. J. Flowers. A series of meetings will commence Methodist church, this city, next Sunday. A cordial invitation is extended to all denominations to at- at the tend. Quarterly Meetisg at the Methodist " ' V" church this (Wednesday) 'forenoon. ne services m tna There win JpPTsS evening. 1' . " ao THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS To create State Board of Accountan-c- ) and license accountants. To permit third class cities to improve streets on the r installten-yea- AN OLD-TIM- E NURSE TO THE FARMERS AND BREEDERS CURED Of Catarrh of the Stomach by Peruna. MRS. SELENA TANNER, Athens, Ohio. This Cure Dates From October 3, 189 9 J "Catarrh ot the stomach. "Was nearly starveaL After taking Peruna I have a good appetite." "I can assure you that I am still a friend of Sept. If, 1904 Peruna. My nealth Is still good." "Yes, I am still a friend of Peruna. Will be as April 23, 1906 long as I live. I keep it in the house all the time." 18, 1907 "I recommend Peruna so often that they call mo Dec. the Peruna doctor. Peruna recommends itself tvhen once tried." "I still tell everybody 1 can that Peruna Is the Dec 27, 1908 best medicine In the world." Aug. ;i5t 1909 'Teruna saved my life years ago. I still take It when I haye a cold." 4, 1910 'Jan. "I was threatened with pneumonia. Peruna saved me." 37, 1912 May "I am glad to do anything I can for Peruna." May 6 1914 '1 have always been a nurse. Peruna has helped me in my work more than all other medicines." Mar. 22, 1915 "I have divided my bottle of Peruna with people many times. It always helps." The above quotations give a vague'glimpse of the correspondence we have had with Mrs. Tanner since 1899. Our files, which cover twenty-fiv- e years, include, many similar correspondents. Oct. 3 1899 ment Dlan. To permit competing telephone lines - MEXICAN INVASION EAS8? THERE ARE MANY MILES TO PUT BEHIND to patrol the Mexican border can gathered from the table below. And a further idea of what an be invasion-o- f Mexico as far south as Mexico City and east to Vera Cruz would mean is shown. The distances, except where noted Some idea of what it means otherwise, are in straight lines. It must be understood that an army traveling along the easiest routes would cover about twice as many miles as those given straight-lin- e below. From the eastern to the western end of the Mexican border distances are: . the 225 miles From Brownsville to Laredo 150 miles From Laredo to Del Rio : From Del Rio to El Paso 350 miles 225 miles From El Paso to Bisbee r 300 miles From Bisbee to Yuma Starting from El paso the invading Americans would cover the following distances to Mexico City: s :472 miles Paso to Chihuahua (by rail) El 735 miles Ohihuahua to Torreon (by rail) 270 miles Torreon to Zacatecas (straight line) 365 miles Zacatecas to Mexico City (straight line) 264 miles From Mexico City to Vera Cruz (by rail) J. Telephone, telegraph and A millionaire colony from New York may take over Elmendorf, steamboat companies have been the 3,000 acre principality near placed by an act of the Legisla-- t Ijexington, the property of the ire under the jurisdiction of the Railroad Commission. iate James B. Haggin. to consolidate, amending Section 201 of the constitution. Vance- Speer corrupt practices act. FTutchcraftsubstitute for the Greene anti screen bill. All of these measures have been approved by Gov. Stanley. To authorize assessment insurance companies to organize ti stock or mutual plan. To permit fiscal courts to appoint commissions to handle road bond issue To provide for appointment of notaries at any time by Governor without confirmation by Senate. To provide for four clerks and five sienographers in the Department of Education. To provide for submission of question to substitute County Comnris-s'oner- s for Fiscal Court at any general e eclion. To permit fifth class cities to sell water front to United States Government. Knight-Duffworkman's compensation act. To pay one-haclaims for cattle killed on account of the foot and mouth disease. To make Ashland third-clas- s city. To recodify common school laws To provide for working convicts on highways and quarries and on farms. To change name of Kentucky Institution for the Education of the Blind to Kentucky State Schoor for Blind and provide $20,000 appropriation Senator Zimmerman's bill to regulate lobbying. To prohibit fishing except with line. To fix hunting license at 87.50 and regulate issuing of licenses and penalties for illegal hunting. Senator Glenn's anti-trubill. To provide for paroles in discretion of Prison Board of Prisoners after serving half their sentences, or after eight years in cases of life imprisonment. To authorize jury to fix punisment in criminal cases and to allow ten days e ich month commutation of sentence for good behavior. To "prohibit interfering with con victs working outside prison walls. To permit children to appear in stage performances. To aid second-clas- s city school boards to acquire real estate. To protect birds and game animals. To regulate trapping of fur bearing animals To place common carrier under jurisdiction of railroad Commission. To empower Prison Commissioners to convey land to the Government for the purpose of building locks and dams. Recodification of the militia laws. To require suits for malpractice to be filed within one year. To authorize acceptance of gifts and trusts by Boards of Education. To prohibit pandering. To permit the Governor to appoint aide, clerk or stenographer in his ofy lf non-resident . st non-resident BOURBON HEMP, No. 4856. We now invite ou to our stable in Columbia, Ky., known as the Coffey barn, to inspect our "Breeding Stock." We have just gotten in two hifeh class "Saddle Stallions" from Shelby county, Ky.. which are good individuals and fashionably bred. "BOURBON HEMP" will be our premier Stallion which is considered by the best of horsemen to be the finest, Bg Ho-- e out. Be has lots of BONE and to b SUBSTANCE, and should sreat Stock Horse. He has for his sire, Bourbon Kmjr, 1783, he by Bourbon Chief, 1606. First dam May Brent, 4807, by Glascoe, 1349. Second dam Lady Squirrel, 780. by Biacn. Squirrel, D'-v.-e 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 a a 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 Mogul Price Announcement The Real Kerosene Tractor 8-16 8-1- SAVE THE SHEEP ? Every farmer ought to raise, some sheep. Had you ever thought about how much clear money there is in a bunch of sheep? They will yield more money than most any thing else on the farm. .We know of some flocks of sheep that have produced more than 200 per cent clean cash in less, than 12 months. Now, what can beat that? Nothing but more SHEEP. Improve your sheep until you have the very, very best. WOOL! WOOL! WOOL! permit graded school districts to levy twenty-fiv- e cent tax and poll tax. To make contingent fund for Governor payable January 1st. To regulate corporations prohibiting competing railroad lines from consolidating. Pure food bill. To revise fire insurance legislation. To provide for agricultural extension work under Smith-Leve- r act. To provide separate houses for gir's at the House' of Eeform. To provide for employment of prison officers and guards for terms of four years beginning September 1st. To authorize payment of bonded indebtedness of the Western State Normal School To appropriate 315,000 for the East- fice. To Won't you bring or ship it to us, to be manufactured into fine large Blankets, Linsey, Jeans, Yarn, &c. ? Or we will pay best cash prices for same. Write us right now, lest you forget, for samples, prices, shipping instructions, and other information. E. L REESE, Manager, FARMERS WOOLEN MILLS, made and bona fide orders taken up to April ist will be filled at the present price of $675 cash f. o. b. Chicago. We want to post you ahead of time on the coming change. Mogul as you know, is the famous tractor that has cut fuel costs squarely in half operates on cheap, common kerosene or coal oil doesn't have to be the highest grade either. It pays for itself in the saving over gasoline. That is why the rise in price necessary because cost of raw materials has risen so high is of minor importance. Mogul 6 is saving and making profit on thousands of farms of all sizes. It will do much more for you than your horses can. Get in your order now be ready for spring work. See the dealer who sells the Mogul 8-1- and after April 1st the fNwill be $725 cash f. o.price of the Mogul sales b. Chicago. All v 6 6, 8-1- 8-1- 6. International Harvester Company of America (hcarpented) The Mogul 8-1- 6 kerosene tractor Is sold by Jamestown, Kentucky. ern State Hospital. To prohibit buying and selling of patients by physicians. , To permit fiscal courts to anticipate revenues and, borrow money for less than six per cent. - To amend Section 3727, Kentucky PHONE. Statutes creating examining board for JEFFRIES HARDWARE Columbia, CO., 50-75-1.- 00 Kentucky. Rates f ) Cumb. Main 9141 Uome Clfy 229I To amend State book law, limiting branches in any one Bills which were passed by the GenTo create office of eral Assembly, in brief, are as follows: ville police court Anti-pas- s law. To regulate terms of Circuit Court To permit counties containing sec in the Twenty-Ars- e District. ond-clas- s cities to acquire lafe libraTo regulate time of holding Circuit . ries. Court In the Sixth District. To provide for stenographer in the To make desertion of children under State Inspector and Examiner's office.-- 16 years of age a felony. Dilngs f the Legislature. nurses. To permit incorporation of real estate concerns adoptldn of test To regulate publication of reports changes to three of the Department of agriculture. year. To provide for interest bearing matron of .Louis- State warrants with specified date of "SAFETY FIRST" Hotel Watkins "In ihe Heart of Loui5vIIIe" NG ROOMS-RUNNI- maturity. To require mortgagee to be filed be- TELEPHONES IN fore becoming valid against creditor without notice. To regulate times of holding Circuit Court in Twentieth District. Chestnut Bet. (Continued oo pae 7.) WATER-MODE- RN CONVENIENCES EUROPEAN PLAN 4th and 5th, Louisville, Ky. s- J tiVERYTHINQ IN - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS VILLA'S TRAIL, REGION JN MOST DESOLATE WORLD. ROOFINGand Printed. f -, - - Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized Also Elwood jand American Fence. 4feel Fence Posts -- -. : DEMLER BROS. CO. 7 '' 112-11- -- incorporated Irst and Brook ' 6 Eaat liatket streetf Between Louisville, Ky. , Birdseve view)of"our Plant j j " Largest in Dixie" V. f. Hughes 8 Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Americans who have penetrated these fastnesses claim that the region is one of the wildest, most barren and desolate that it is possible to find anywhere in STOP AT THE the world. The mountains are split by canyons, some of which have a sheer depth of between 2,000 and 3,000 feet and there is not even a recognized trail through their solitudes. Fron WHEN IN LOUISVILLE Casas Grandes south, however. ' the country is thickly wooded, GOOD ROOMS 1.00PER DAY. although devoid of vegetation EUROPEAN P1LA3X. which could provide forage for Pine Dining Room, Excellent Service,-LoPrices horses or food of any kind for men. Turkish and Electric Baths free Auto Bus Meets Trains. In the Casas Grandes section WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS. .the expedition would strike the Casas Grandes Kiver, which sweeps' westward and here splits into three considerable branches. By following one of the branches Center & Jefferson Streets the soldiers would be able to obLouisville, - Kentucky. tain sufficient water, but beAMERICAN PLAN " $3.00 and;$3.50 per day tween the streams the mountains Rates $2.00 and $2.50 with rise in great barriers, presenting hot and cold vater, Priv'i- vith Privafo Bath, a couutry almost inaccessible lege of Bath. European Plan Sl.OO n! "p P'oi Tion on font nd, accnrH-- 1 WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, - El Paso, Tex. The point chosen for the entrance for the Insure your floors and furpunitive expediton into Mexico is niture against wear and at the verge of a dreary, desolate shabbiness by covering plain, inhabited principally by them with Hanna's Lustro-Finiscoyotes and prairie dogs, swept the finish"Made-to-Wal- k by sandstorms and denudedf of On." vegetation except the cactus and a few other spiky and objection It will surable growths. prise youhow For at least thirty miles the quickly it can United States troops must make restore soiled their way across this desert. floors, renew worn fur Then they will reach the lowe.--t niture, brighten up range of,- - the Sierr'e Madre woodwork, etc. Mountains, rising to a height of 3,000 to 3,500 feet, broken and You'll say its the twisted into all manner of fanhandiest thing you tastic shapes by volcanic action have ever had about and barren of any verdure the house. worthy of the name. Lonely, half civilized ranchmen are found Hanria's Lustro-Fin-is- h c r t r here and there in the valleys, comes in all wood E TO WALK O nursing their cattle at the infrecolors. quent and scanty water holes and Easy to apply. ANTIQUE OAK subsisting almost entirely on 5JAINandVARNI5RcoAPP beef. To offset the evil results Does not fade: of a continuous diet of beef, it is '"t HANNA PAINT MFG. C'"COBPORATCO said they drink the "blood of the ISALOUISVILU cattle, which contains"supposedly SOLD BY healthy salts. There are no roads of any kind in all this region. An ancient JEFFRIES HDW. CO., UCKT. track, known as the "smugglers" trail, is used by such traffic as Even the buzzard, thf lowliest John Zah, a checker expert repasses through. The expeditionary force must carry all its own of birds, is loj al to its home. siding in Wampum, Pa., for the? provisions and must in a large Are you? past six months has been playing; measure rely also on its base for a checker game by mail with an? water. MUST INVADE MOUNTAINS. expert in Hasadena, Cal. The After fighting its way against game is being played on a regnature, assisted by whatever ulation board, each player makguerrilla troops Villa may be able ing his move and then raailingr to care to muster for about 120 the board back to his opponent. miles through this country, thp punitive expedition will reach the Sierra Madre proper, a' range of mountains rising from 8,000 to h, Floor and Furniture Insurance Ci i i IfANNA? ri -. COLUMBIA, KEN'l Columns , Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalo ? 10,000 feet. fi MOTHERS DUTY! Is Your Daughter in Good Health? The responsibility for the perfect wife antH "oVTUT T-- T 1 ..!' QALT HOUSE goodies use Calumet Baking Powder! My mother uses it she's she's tried all others learned her lesson now she "Any time you want real sticks to Calumet. "Unequalled for making tender, wholesome, light bakings. Wonderful leavening and raising qualities uniform results. Mother says Calumet b the most economical to buj most ecoonce. nomical to cse. Received Highest Awards Kan Cotl But Trte Su Slit in Famd Can Try It at WiLLARD HOTEL a CTlFiZFl " .kiri rS"'-iTjto- . -- pOWPg Li -- J f- - .VI. i mf-yi- r r, " , , ' 1 A l4 2 & "1 " Cr "3 mother of TOMORROW rests with mother of TODAY. How are YOU rearing your daughter? Are you fitting her for the responsibilities: that are sure to come to her? Are you endowing her with a sound bodyv robust health and a clear, forceful mindT Or, are you, by neglect, condemning her to a life of suffering invalidism? Argue as you will, plead as you will, YOTJ CANNOT DODGE -- THE RESPONSIBILITY your daughter will be just what-yo- u make her. STELLA-VITA- E 13 the happy combination of harmless but wonderfully effective natural remedies that give to the budding; girl that assistance so necessary to pass her successfully from girlhood to womanhood-A- re you availing yourself of its remarkable virtues to give your daughter the assistance she needs so much? Or are you allowing prejudice or reluctances to try a remedy you have never tried before, rob your daughter of her right to receive every help you can give her? If it is prejudice, dismiss it as utterly unworthy of you. If it is because YOU have never triedl STELLA-VITAremember that untolE thousands of women today bless the band! that pointed them to health through, the use of this greatest of remedies for women-- It is GUARANTEED TO BENEFIT Iff it don't you get your money back. All to gain and nothing to lose. Do YOUR duty. TRY STELLA-VrTAE- L You don't need to buy a second, bottle if! ? tirttt bottle fails to benefit. E, tat tfe. . Local and Long Distance Telephones in all R.ooms. A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. have ventured inert;, to wheeled transports of any njipaoo.j I w r 'r . '.'Wbott.s-- t S - hi-- n .ODAY. Don't; sort. is in these wilds that Pan-ch- o Villa is said to have taken refuge and there to be prepared , to wage a guerrilla warfare on the troops who have been ordered to pursue him to death or .Ji Chattanooga MUi .; woanpany Tennessee; - D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. It For Sa'e.B? Pavre & Hamilton. i - J. B. JoN'K.S UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER COLUMBIA, ICY. ! God loves the man who lovesf his country. Where do you get . DR. JAS. TAYLOR, capture. The Aches of House Cleaning. S5 off? CKl cago, WW5 Good for Colds: Dr.-Bell'e Has locatecTIn Columbia and will do a General practice1. Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to send out in a few minutes after receiving "X order.' No extra charse for hearse. All kinds of Sobes oafaaad. Over Cumberland Grocery Co --HooMFhoaeSSA -- The pain and soreness caused by and straiding bruises, cleaning time are sooth durincr house over-exertio- n a little. In a short time the rub I keep on hands a full stock of on Burkesville Street. pain leaves, you rest comfortably and coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep enjos a refreshing sleep. One grate- Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and v ful user writes: "Sloan's Liniment is two hearses. Prompt service night or Office In Butler Building worth its weight in gold." Keep a day. Residence Phone 29, office bottle on hand, use ib against all Sore- pfeone $8. -public Square. & "on ness, Neuralgia and Brajses. Kills 45-- 1 yr J. F Triptett, Ad pain. 25o at Paall Dro Co. only ed away by Sloan's", Liniment. No need to suffer this agony. Just apply Sloan's Liniment to the sore spots, Cheap and big canBakingPO wders do not saveyou money. Calnmetdoes it'sPnre and far superior to sour milk and soda. ' , and Glycerine ares remedies. In these are combined with other cough medicine" iu a pleasant syrup. Dr. Bell's stops your cough, checks your"., cold, soothes irritation of the throat Excellent for young, adult and age&iIts one of the best cough syrups made .Formula on every bottle. 'You know-jus- t what you are taking and your doctor knows its good for coughs and3r colds. Insist on Dr. Bell's Only 26c at Paull Drue Ce. Pine-Tar-Honey Pine-Tar-quickly Honey, Pjne-Ta- r recognized cold - Pise-Tar-Hon- Columbia. Ky . Ad 1 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY. NEWS 9 i i: THURSDAY NIGHT MARY PICKFORD .'... A -- ' 1r ul J "THE BROKEN COIN" - The World's Most PopularStarin "MISTRESS NELL" A Drama of the daring days of Kiri'g Charles H. PARAMOUNT nCTTTRES i America's Greatest Serial, Featuring "GRACE CUNARD & FRANCIS FORD. The I most fascinating story of Adventure ever written. Admirable, charming, wonderful, thrilling 3 SLT The ever Popular Actor In "BUCKSHOT JOHN" FARAMOTXNT MCTUHES 9 9 9 x the Photoplay that will hold you spellbound. Every episode crammed with excitement.See this wonderful picture every TUESDAY NIGHT. 9 9 5 AT PARLOR CIRCLE. i -- n THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesday, BY THE County ( News Company Incorporated. ) CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjoining: counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offi- as second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. MAR. 29, 1916 We do not know how many Cernocratic candidates will an- . nounce for Congress in the district. Mr. Helm, it is understood, will stand for renomina-tio- n, and it is also said that Mr. Pickett, of Shelby county, .is ' about ready to make his candidacy known. A gentleman in Madison county lias also been mentioned, and one also in Casey. The voters of the district want to know who will be before them and the time is ripe for the information. 'The loss from big fires, last week, is given as follows: Augusta, Ga., $7,000;000; East Nashville, Tenn., $1,500,000; Oklahoma oil well fires, $200,000; Paris, Texas, 5,000,000. The Kansas Prairie fires are 'not estimated. In the cities of Nashville, Augusta and Paris thousands of people were made homeless. It is already said that candidates are piping for the next county race in Adair. The strings are being quietly pulled, and from what we can gather the woods will be full of aspirants when the .time comes to take the field. It is the early bird that catches the worm. Cole Younger, who was a noted bandit in years past, died at his home in Lee's Summit, Mo., on the night of March 21, 1916. He was one of the gang who robbed ) the bank and murdered its cash- ier, R. A. C. Martin, in this place, ApriJ 29, 1872. He was seventy-tw- o years old. Perhaps the loss in the United States, last week by fire, was the largest ever before known in the history of the country, save the great fire at Chicago, III., many years ago. The loss last week, as given by the daily papers, foots up to about $12,000,000. The report of special examiner Duffy shows that Barkesdale Hamlett, late Superintendent of Schools was paid about $66,000 more than he was entitled to receive. If there is a way, Ham-lett- 's bondsmen should be made to pay over the amount to the The hunt for Villa goes on and over and around th& hills in In-- See so does the bandit. Northern Chihuahua. The road is an evidence of the efficiency of the American Army which, in a WAR SITUATION week's time, has converted the trail across a into a : Unofficial advices from Rome military road, the main artery report abandonment of Czerno-wit- for supplies to Gen! Pershing's capital of Bukowina, by punitive column. the Austrians. The new road is not an ideal There has been hard fighting highway, but it serves the purof Czernowitz,. and the Vienna pose. The big gray automobile War Office admitted the evac trucks which carry the supplies uation of the Austrian bridge- by the ton have cut ruts so deep head at Tscieczko under Russian in the bottomless sand and grav pressure. The Austrians fell el that at some places there is no longer clearance for the axles back down the river to zale .The New about thirty miles north of and parallel roads have been laid -", Czernowitz. out alongside the old trail. The. Russians are continuing their westward advance in. TurkLocals. ish Armenia and it was reported that the Turks are evacuating 3 horsepower $60.00; 6 horse power $110.00 and othErzerum, which has been indiRiifus Campbell Dead. ers in proportion, all F. O. B. Factory. They use cated as an objective of the Ruscheap grade of Coal Oil or Gasoline if you prefer. sians. The subiecr. of this nnf,io. died at. ' Why use gasoline when oil is so chefap. 'See one in TTVtrlntr uusuookVUU IncK ILlUlillLlg According to Berlin the Russians .TomoctAnrn JMU JJlluajr w Mn n Oil 3 o'clock. He was the Jailer of Eus-se- operation on OTT.iUn The News Ofare not meeting wit any success county, and a very popular gentlefice. If you want an Engine call on m their offensive against the man. He was 38 years old and was a victim of consumption. He was servGerman lines along the Dvinaf ing his first term as Jailer, but had Both this Russian movement served the county as deputy sheriff. COLUjVJDBXA, in the North and that in Galicia He leaves a wife and two children. The County Judge will appoint his have been pointed to by military successor to the office of Jailer, to Selling Automobiles observers as counter offensives serve unjil an election. A Marvellous business probably calculated to relieve the For Sale. Represent The Urcest Eastern Manufacturer Making pressure on Verdun. Fuuy Equipped. Low Priced, Economical Cars. l The battle of Verdun, Not Claimed. But Proven Merit. Our three houses and lots. One loweek, contin cated on Bomar Heights, with one Liv.AgentsWahted.WritP.O.Box2443. Boston. Hass. in its fourth ues with intensity, but at pre acre of ground. The other two in 10 acres of timberWhite ent the infantry is held in leash ed land.City. Also want to sell and now Honor Roll, First and Second Now we while the big guns prepare for is your opportunity, if you want propGrades. erty in town We will sell at a barfurther assaults. gain. Eeason for selling wnt to go The power of the German' to Indiana. For further information First Grades Oliver P. Bush thrust West of the Meuse, which call on it Joe" Cleveland Bay. T". G. Kasner & Sons. Denver McClister developed early this week, halt' Estelie Sandusky This celebrated Stallion will A dwelling house, the property of ed when it reached the southern Kosa Yates make the season of 1916 at my Temple McClister edge of Avocourt wood.' But the Mr. Lucian Moore, located near barn 4J miles south of Columbia, barely escaped burning last Antha Calor. 4' activity of. the Gernian artillery "Wednesday. A near the and 1 miles west of Gadberry Second Grade. dwelling burned, but the heroic efin this sector, which Paris reon Pettits Fork creek, and will Alva Feese forts of some men who were at work : Ira Hutchison serve mares at $7 00 to insure a ports particularly violent, indi- on the farm savedvthe residence. Harlan Judd ,: living colt. He has proven to be cates that the German intention William Parsons a good breeder. For Sale. ;; probably is to make further Nathaniel Tutt JOE is a dark bay, 16 hands attempts to advance Thoroughbred Barred Plymouth Rock Gladys Ingram high, heavy built, good style, has Lina Loy. this important flanking operthe best of eyes, feet and legs, 1, 50 cents for 15 eggs. Pen No. and in fact a perfect model in ation. For the Postage, every respect. He is the best Pen No. 2, 75 cents for 15 eggs. The situation on the Eastern By Parcel Post 15 cents extra. and quietest work horse ever bank of the Meuse is unchanged I have a fine lot of seeds, many more saw, and a fine driver for I womW. D. Murray, than-- I can sell, and will give them to but here, too, the artillery fire EIRhorn, Ky. the readers of your paper if you will en with perfect safety, so he continues intense, particularly them to send me the postage. Here is needs no further introduction. fire Near Portland. what f have: 300 packages of garden near Vaux and Damloup. Money due when colt is foald-epeas 50 lb. Soudan grass," 50 lbs of milo Russian warships are reported All care will be taken to Maize, some Egyptian- wheat, corn, Last Wednesday morning the res- turnips white and purple top and prevent accidents but notrespon active in the Black Sea, where idence and a large feed barn and crib the 7,000:000 ton German steam- of Lewis Compton, near Portland, winter, and nearly any other kind, sible should they occur. about 1,000 packages It requires 2c JOE was sired by Cleveland er Esperanza, said to be loaded Adair county, were destroyed by fire. poitage,per package household goods were saved, but Bay, and his first dam was a LexH. E. Simpson, with foodstuffs, has been sunk The deal of corn and other proven-dea great Kell'sShop, Ky. ington. Call and see my horse off the Rumanian coast, accordwere destroyed' Loss, estimated, if interested or phone me. ing to advices from Bucharest. two thousand dollars. Judge J. J. Simpson has sent to this WILL JOHNSON. office a hen egg which is somewhat of Sinking of a score of small sailEggs for Sale. a curiosity. It is of regular size, but Millinery Opening. ing ships also is reported. of it is a deep brown color. S. C. Buff and r . "'tJfcilJfciPCjfcCiC seoBoooGooeooooo Ifs Here -- Come f It semi-dese- rt z, iHpBHK. Szc-zyk- y, Type "Z" : Fairbanks Morse FARM ENGINE Additional For Farms, Mills or Shops. ! r ll CHEAP J. F. PATTEBON, ky. apwi NOTICE. now-wel- 20-2- Mont-pelie- r, wash-hous- e ": de-dermi- d. - y White Leghorn Eggs for hatching. Si for 17. Mrs. 19-6- t. one-ha- lf U. S. SOLDIERS IN it On line of march of Army, Mex., Mar., 22 ier to Columbus, N. MEXICO. Nannie Biggs, Coburg, Ky. State. American Jo Trustees. (via courI M.) The Trustees will please call at the Superintendent's office and investments right now. Write me, County trail along which Pancho Villa get Sanders, Sonora, Ky. J. the school census blanks at once. retreated from Columbus' less Tobias Huffaker, Supt. than two weeks ago is a broad, Boards and Fence pssts fer sak at Creen county was raised by the n highway, visible at Board 30 per cent., pa farm landsState Casey Jeftes Store. and some points for miles asit winds 15 per cent , on town lots. tf. well-wor" 7-- Next Tuesday, April 4th, 1 will have on display a beautiful line of Hillitery If you want a good farm in Hardin Goods. Every body cordially invited. Co., Bight in Valley. Fine wheat Mrs. R. W. Hart, have some fine and tobacco land. i Gadberry, Ky. Farms For Sale. At Cost. I have" six new binders (Beering), which I wiH" sell at actual cost. J. H. Phelps, l3m. tTameetown, Ky. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. Columbia Graded and High School 1 Honor Roll. - DUROC HOGS FOR SALE Worth Careful Thought Do you read the label to know whether your baking powder is made from cream of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum or phosphate? Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, derived from grapes, and" adds to the food only wholesome qualities.11 " r: Seniors. Nannie Faulkner Ruth Hamilton. " v, Juniors.' .' Anna Eubank Henrj Hancock Cary Feece Freshmen. Kinnaird-Row- C. J&r'ej ..1 J I mSgiSaSWSBHHBlHi A r- -- e -- "" " Mary Hughes T & I have Several Males, ready for service, and also some brec sows and several guilts for sale. They are in fine conditions ' If you want one. address, " - . v VeiaTalor. k ' ' Mary JY n f rey , Stella Aptle t Cary Jack man -- v-' Corrinne Breeding "Frances Reed. ' Never sacrifice quality and healthful-nes- s - 7th Grade. .... -- . for low price. Stewart Huffaker ,i Lillian Logan ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO."' 'S. " Katie Taylor New York Eva Walker. , ,6bh Grade, -- j Anna Dean ' '" Virginia Smith. 5th Grade. x" " Prof. W. M. Sweets, Mr. Tom Pat' . Rachel Coffey teson and Miss Gwendolyn Bayless Foster Pickett " met Miss Leonora Lowe ab Campbells- ' Mabel Rosenbaum ' r ; "" Friday. lAtriti'-- Mrs. J. C. Gose, of Knifley, visited ville, lasb Carrie Grissom InEdgar Harris, son of Mr and Mrs. her parents, Mr. and M rs. n. B s Bennie Jean fo j,, C S. Harris, is confined to his room, gram, last week. Delia Smith t '' being afflicted with erysipelas. Dorothy Tandy. Miss Sue King, who teaches in the sr: C" " 4th Grade. Graded School, wasr quite sick -- last Miss Ejizibeth Bell, who spent sev week. very pleasantly with her Allene Nell eral weeks - ' 'v Frances Russell Mr O. L. Goode and Mr. H. T. aunt, Mrs. Georgia Crenshaw, left fur Nelle Smith. Parrott, Campbellsville, were at the her home, in Edmouton, Sunday. Mr Hancock Hotel a few days ago. '-' .- -. ., v- Other Daking powders contain alumor-phosphate, both of mineral origin, and used .as substitutes for cream of tartar because of their cheapness. fit ' -- ':' ' Ai.errEubank " 8th Grade . 4 'Martha fJrisom j, ' "' , - f " -" - H. R. TURNER, Statement of the Ownership, Management, Circulation etc., Required by the Act of August. 24, 1912. Of The Adair County News publish- ed weekly at Columbia, Ky., for Apn-1, 1916. 3rd Grade. Cecil May Kearnes Lucile Winfrey Milton Murrell. Note First and Second grades appears on another page of this paper. Live Mock We Dealers. cat- are buying sheep, hogs and Personals. tle in Adair and adjoining counties. Before me, a Notary Public, in and3 Will pay the highest cash market for the State and county aforesaid,-'price. We are on the market every personally appeared C S. Harris, whOr week. 14-tf. State of Kbntucky, County of Adair. I sa " i- -k "J .?'i4 Mr. W. A..Yate"s, Edmonton, who is in the governmentstervice, was here recently. w ; Mrs. Nancy Bice, who is quite an old lady, and wliq was critically ill for several weeks, Is now atAe to sib up'. Mrs. W. B. Patteson was quite sick several days of last week. Mr. G. W. Brock'man and his sou, Haskins, Amandaville, " were in Columbia Wednesday, en route to Campbellsville. Judge H. C. Baker and Mr. W. A. Coffey, of the Columbia bar, made a professional trip to Jamestown last week. Mr. A. R Lyon, Campbellsville, was here last Thursday. He reported that 3 To Our Customers v them having been duly sworn according tola w, deposes and says that he is publisher and business manager of the Adair County News ancE Foxes that the following is, to the best oS his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management $2 50 to 84.00 each; Coons S1.25 each. etc., of the aforesaid publication for-th- e Send them to W. T. HODGEN, date shown in the above caption,, 'Box 232, Campbellsville. Ky. required by the act of August d ltf. in section 443, Postal tus-an- d ' "J Regulations, 1. That the name and address ot the publisher, edibor, managing editor, and business manager is": Phelps & Bennett, Columbia, Ky. the-Edito- r; 24,1912.-embodie, to-wi- t: NAME OF - P. O. ADDBESS- - venture to offer the financial welfare believe to advice along business forcing business, for lines, not altogether for the large at this that if sales are were disposed holding the large profit are undoubtly to for higher prices, stocks business, not business but that is not been built on a basis Lyonwho has his father, Mk-E- . been quite sick, amprovingjr Mr W. BTjUne', of RusselUSpringsj c, hr. was here lasb' Friday. y Mr. an&Mrs.H-Eakestra- i, - Garon; 'KnttoT'llla ww..w...v- t?orn - Kfc Thursday! Mr. W. - in Colnmbiatjlast render our customers real service, for a personal interest attaches to your patronage and that of every other person who buys goods from us that is not measured wholly by the amount we sell you or the cilities profit made Pub. The Adair County" News Co.' Columbia Ky. , . of our customers ve For Editor, C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky;. i Mgr. Ed., C. S. Harris be good avfew words of what we S. purpose of our Bus. Mgr. C.the Harris are: (Give' owners 2. That we names, and addresses of individual showing a volume time and we knpw owners, or. ir a corporation, giver we could make an added by so its name and the names and addresses ' we own day which coming, ot stockholders' owning or holding Ji per cent, or more of total amount of' our method of doing our has stock.) way." We up The Adair County News Co. gamble, we our goods Columbia, Ky.- C. S. Harris, and we have faof what Columbia, Ky W. E. Harris, they cost us, for buying'them cheap-- , further that never we desire to continue to strictly sell all the necessary CoIumbia,Ky. the known bondholders 3. That mortgagees and other security hold-- Mrs. C S. narris, -- C -- 'SJZ-IF&r;-- E Graves, Lebanon, ourmidsbafew days ago. 'va'. J. f'SZ . we make on very-carefu- l the sales. Our Jt was m a study of conditions, we interest goes" beyond we Mr. N. in Columbia a few days since Mrs Harlan Simpson, Breeding, was shopping in Columbia Thursday. Mr. John H. Waggener, a former citizen, Imt now a resident of Spring field, 111 , is visiting old friends in B. Howard, Perry ville, ' was plain duty to give our customers the benefit of our opinion, less of whether that" opinion leads you to buy your goods at defer this. Having feel that it is our regardonce or Adair. Miss Mary Miller has reburned from a visit to Russell Springs. Mr. L H. Clark, Lexington, was here a few days ago. Mr. H. B. McClure, Pittsburgh, Pa . was in Columbia a few days since. Mr. Edgar Reed was in Lebanon a few days ago. He reports that the McCandless & Reed bottling plant in that city is doing a splendid business. Mr. Eugene Rice and Mr. Walter urge upon every customer, just as strongly as we can, the advantage .that will be gained as.we candidly see it, by buying your spring and summer goods as early as possible. Only last week a wholesale shoe manufacturer looked through our shoe de partment, and said: "You could go through your shoe stock and' mark y, .and make you a. them up to the prices they would cost you thousand dollars11. We will not do that, we will only advance prices when ve are forced vto. Another shoe manufacturer writes: "One result of the war has been to create the most remarkable it. This season to-da- conhave bought liberally during the past several months are gratulated as shoes can not be duplicated now at anything like the prices formally paid"1. We have bought liberally of ALL lines Wood, of Campbellsville, were here of goods we handle during the last several months. It will surprise last Saturday. Judge Rollin Hurt, of the Court of you if you will go through our stocks and see the, remarkably small to-be leather market within the memory of, living man. The merchants who Appeals, js spending two weeks with number of his family ab heme. can Master Walker Bryant, the sickest member of Mr. Walker Bryant's fam Now we ily, is thought to be better. do tions to in Mr J.-F- . Patteson is in the likewise. will articles that bear any advance. in prices, but such only last a short time, at the rate weare selling be buying We condi- - never at the advanced prices owned we d"o goods. have and and then you a more complete line "of merchandise - will ers, owning or holding per cent:, or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities are: (If there are none so state) None. 4. That the two paragraphs next? above, giving the names of the owners, shockholders, and security holders, if any, contain not only the list off stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books ot ther company, but also, in cases where the" stockholder or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation-, the name of the person or corporation for vjhom such trustee is act ing, is given; also that the said twe paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief asto the circumstances and corr ditlons under which stockholders and n security holders who do not appear books of the company as trusthe tees, hold stock and securities in s-capacity other than that of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has to believe that any cfhr person, association, or corporation interest direct in or indirect in the said stock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated by him, OS. Harris, Editor, and Mgr. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 23rd day of March, 1916. seal: Jo S Knifley. Notary public Adair County, Ky Mycommission expires March 8th. j, up--ono-reaso- this-an- 1920. Cincin-nat- i week. Mr. F. L. Wilson and Julias Gaskin were here from Russell Springs Monday morning, the former en route for Louisville market, the latter for Campbellsville. Misses Rosa Kemp and Nell Foil is, accompanied Miss lna Dohoney to Lebanon Tuesday where Miss Dohoney and Mr. Carsie Hammonds, of Russell Springs, were made paitners lor life Miss Dohoney wilLbe missed in social circles here. She is a model young lady and has a Iwst of friends Cor.. Lebanon Enterprise. Brad-fordsvil- maketttiis govern yourself accordingly. all our departments than at this time, "take notice - tSLusse barber-sho- p $ (3o. Doc Walker accompanied her as far weeks, returned home lasb Tuesday afternoon, accompanied by Mrs. Dohoney He is looking fine, and all indications point to a permanent relief. Mr. Dohoney is well known throughout the county, and his many friends will be glad to learn that he will soc ' be himself. . Mr. J. V. White was' driven to Jha as Nell. by his son-in-la- le Richard Shirley, 22 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Shirley, of near Mllltown, who has been confined to his bed for five weeks with a complication of diseases, is some better. Mr. J. P. Dohoney, who was in St. Anthony Hospital, Louisville, for fou but he is-fa- f will accept challenges from adlasb Saturday afternoon Mr. J. C. Strange, jacent towns. from being a well man. Wehave a few seed for distribution will last only a few hours. The base ball season is- now on? The two institutions of learning is place have organized clubs, andl some interesting meets may be expected during the spring and summer, The two schools do not contest, but-eacutr-th- The school year ends almost .before you know it. April will arrive this I have -- some valuable infermatfea? 11 week and about the middle of nexfc for school teueteee. Plw ' office. Tobias Huffaker, S. S. A. Cm .month the terms close for the summer. ty THESADAIR COUNTY NEWS jXcaideace Phone 13 B Bwtee Phoe IS A COMMISSIONER'S SALE M J. N. MilRRELL DENTIST ADAIR CIRCUITCOU.RT '.- - h z- OF KENTUCKY. The Russell & Co., vs S. C. reftPowLs WANTED S.SO TO S3.00 EACH W. T. H0DGEN, Campbellsville, Ky. Pltffs. Defb Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. Hood, 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 enroll on or before November 1st. Write today for catalog and $20. discount coupon No. 32. Address, H. O. KEELING, Pres. Bryant & Stratton Business College Louisville, Ky. TIN WORK. I am "Work, prepared to do any kind of Tin Roofing, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other - thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call "at my shop if you need anythin6 in my line or repair work in tinorsheetiron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of Adair circuit court, rendered at the January term thereof, 1916, HENRY W. in the above cause, for the sum of and seven hundred twenty-tw- o DENTIST with the interest at the rate of six per cent., per annum from the 29 day Am permanently located in" Co of January, 1916, until paid, and Iumbia. 8161.89 costs herein, I shail proceed to offer for sale on or near the land of AH Classes of Dental work done. Crow James Butler, near Mr. Pleasant de and Inlay work a Specialty. Church, in Adair county, to the highAll Work Guaranteed est bidder, at public auction, on MonL - jr MHM - vi m mmaMW day the 3rd day of April, 1916, at two Office over G. W. Lowe's o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being Shoe Store county court,) upon a credit ofsix months the following described property t: One 21 x 40 L. D. Mosse-lorCyclone Separator No. 21729; one by 10 20 foot folding stacker; one 7 A Splendid traction engine complete No. 12843; Clubbing Bargain one hand feed parts; one millett ridcommon riddle one We Offer dle complete; one 120 feet 4 ply 6 inch E. C. Belting, all he Adair County News manufactured by the Russell & Co. and (This sale will be made.at above menplace by agreement of the attioned The Cincinnati torneys or sufficient thereof the sums of money so ordered to be Weekly Enquirer made. For the purchase price, . the purchaser, with approved surety or seBoth One must curities execute bond, PAULL DRUG CO. Year .. bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force Tor Only Judgment. tion of war on Portugal by Gerof a and effect Subscription may be Bidders will be prepared to comply It Is officially declared in Bermany, Austria has severed dipnew or renewal promptly with these terms. lin that the change in the head lomatic relations with the Portu VV. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. What the Weekiy Enquirer is Ministry of Marine, inguese Government, a Geneva of the volving the retirement of AdmiIt is issued every Thursday, subscripdispatch says Austria actually DEPP, 32-1- 00 flRMflH .'' v to-wi- s e $1.35 WAR SITUATION S. E. Brfdgwaters, Dr. James Tripletl DENTIST OVER PAULL DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. bss phone as. office; phoni 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 Call. Give J. C. TATES ; '" Iv. " Hr Jones Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist . , .. Eye Specialist Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals Office " ' ,v ''.- , at Residence!, . mile of town, on . . Phone Jamestown road. 114 G. The French have turned to the aggressive in the.desperate struggle now in progress northwest of Verdun and have recaptured a part of the ground gained by the Germans in the renewal of their drive west of the Meuse, Paris announces. In a two and a half hour battle, the Crown Prince's armies by delivering massed attacks, succeeded in gaining a footing in the French line3 at two points between Bethincourt and Dead Man's Hill, the dominating height which is the immediate object of the present German drive. The French launched heavy counter attacks and by using the bayonet and hancT grenades freely were able to recapture por tions of the trenches the Germans had taken. The Germans made heavy sacrifices in attempting to cut the French line and obtain possession of Dead Man's Hill, Paris advices declare Possession of this height has enabled the French to sweep with their artillery the territory over which the Germans were endeavoring to advance against the fortress. It is still in French hands, however, the French War Office announces, although the German line has advanced southward un til it now takes in nearly the whole of Cumieres Wood, east of the height. Berlin officially denies rumors that the new German submarine campaign, under which armed merchantmen are regarded as warships,, has been abandoned or postponed. On the contrary, it is now in full swing, it is declared. Following the recent declara- Rank Foolishness. has declared war. The Berlin official report on the gain made by the German's during the Verdun battle west of the Meuse describes it as tak ing- - place "west of the Cor beaux Wood and on the height of Le Mort Hsmme" (the dead man.) This coincidence with the 'French version of the fighting as to the sector in which the Germans made their advance. Berlin declares, however, that althe French counter-attacthough repeated four times, failed'to result in any measure of success and that the losses of the assaulting forces were heavy The Germans took 1,025 prisoners in this action. -- k, Dispatches from Lodon report the Dutch steamer Tubantia, of 15,000 tons, from Amsterdam for South America, in a sinking condition off the Netherlands coast. Whether she struck a mine or was torpedoed has not yet been The passengers determined. escaped in boats. and crew One of the frequent pauses which have characterized the German campaign for Verdun is again in evidence. After having made their gains of Tuesday to the west of the Meuse in the direction of Dead Man's Hill, the Crown Prince's forces have not again advanced to the attack. Speedy resumption of the drive in this sector is not indicated as probable, as a slackening in the intensity of the bombardment has been re ported. . ral von Tirpitz, who is succeeded by Admiral von Capelle, signifies no change in the German Government's submarine policy. German official statement conforms with that of Paris as to the unchanged situation north of Verdum. Its text however, apparently indicates that possession of Dead Man's Hill, on which the Germans report an advance, is claimed by the German War Office. The statement speaks of further attempts by the French "to dispute our possession of the height of Le Homme Mort (Dead Man) and our positions in the wood to the north." These attempts are declared to have failed. Apart from the Verdun region there has been little infantry activity on the western front except in the Champagne. There the French made several attacks on the German position near St. Souplet; west of the which Berlin claims without success, the French losing more than 150 men taken prisoner, besides two machine guns. To-day's Souain-Som-me-.Py-ro- tion price $1.00 per year, and it Is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities Of the creat DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlng the world's events, and for that reason can Bine you all the leading news. It carries a carries a creat omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports, fts numerous departments make it a necessity 'to every ome, farm or business man. This Errand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by aubscriVng for the above combination right now. Call or mall Orders to The Adair County News, Columbia, fiy. rnrrzzpliglp A FEW i- - OF BOURBON DROPS POULTRY CURE In the drinking water Makes Hens Lay Amazingly Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, Limberncck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At able poultry book free. BOUBBOH Valu- BEHEOYCOaulnsion, Ky. Keltner. E. A.Rose made a flying trip to Louisville last week. The hog market is so strong at Watch Child's Cough. -- Apparently there is a. :co. tion on the part of the French that the next German move may be made to the southeast of the fortress, in a flanking operation, as the French gun3 have been extremely active along, the heights of the MiU3e overlookr ing the Woevre Plain. running of nose, continued irof the mucous membrane if ritation 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 JustlavHvopnoii'i tr.p'hn i 'ii'f (t''-tie Almos' !he rhv tl te l.e ps Always prepared, no mixing fussing. ' Just ask Paull Drug Co., for Dr. Kind's New Discovery. It will safeguard your child against serious ailments resulting from colds. ' Adv. Colds, H- -'f t Stone : Columbia, Ky. colds do When to Take Chamber's Tablets. & Stoner Wffl Attoney-At-La- w q -- pradke m this .and adjokiaR uHbe.( Jtmtowi, : Keittcta You occasionally see it stated that not result from cold weather is rank foolishness. We it true That 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, When you feel duU and stupid after eating. When constipated or bilious. Sign of Good Digestion. When you have sick headache. Pills Best for Liver When you see a cheerful and happy When yon hate a sour stomach. Because they contain the best liver old lady you may know that she has medicines, no matter how bitter 'or When you belch after eating. good digestion. If your digestion is nauseating for tha sweet sugar coating When you have indigestion. impaired or if you do not relish your hides the taste. Dr. King's New Life When nervous or despondent. Fills contain ingredients that pub the meals take a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They strengthen the stomWhen you have no relish for your liver working, move the bowels freely. No gripe, no nausea, aid digestion. ach, improve the digestisn and cause meals. Just try a bottle of Dr. King's New a gentle movement of the bowels. When your liver is torpid, i Life Pills and notice how much better Adv For sale b: Paull Drug Co. you feel. 25c at Paull Drug Co, Adv For sale by Paull J)rug Co. Adv. Keltner that the buyers can't pass esch other on Main street, and that they often change hands 3 time3 before leaving our market. "Tom Roger is moving his mill from near East Fork, to saw at Keltner. The Rev. Jo Furkin is having a Presbyterian church pattern out to buitd at once. Mr Finis S" o .e ?s vi-,Ve are glad .. c teach io nave him with us. So hurry up Finis and come on. Ye will help to bring the flag to Keltner at the school rally again. The exchange that is made for Rogers & Powell for flour and meal is doing a fine business here, and it is a fine grade of both they are turning out In closing will say: I hope Wilson won't call for us, as wb are busy hauling logs now and dan't go to Mexico for a few days. 'r v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A GREAT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. -- i; I : I CREQ-STAU- 4 J MpD PAjNtl B(tLV3p5rSKr n v?2BMMmfeip'T!; f 9J BWk? wfiHIB The daily Evening Post one year, Home and Farm one year, And a beautiful 1916 Calendar, And'The Adair County News, All for only 83.09. A Pee Gee Finish For Every Purpose Partial List of Pee Geo Guaranteed Finishes Fee Gee Tiatkaatt fcr Interior Wdls and Ceilingj Fes Gee CMna Enamel for Interior Wcsdwerk Dirigo. Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Stotts, Pearl, the little daughter of look attractive. You want to avoid the expense. and trouble of frequent refinishing. Specify Pee Gee Iiiiisliss ihe kincJ that has stood the test for almost a half, a century. If you are intending to build, repaint or redecorate, you should investigate the merits of Pee Gee Finishes.- - Remember the cost of labor is whether you use poor paints and varnishes or the Pec Gee kind. You want your buildings, inside and outside, to the-sam- e has been very sick for the past few days. Dr. S. P. Miller, the efficient . Health Officer, was here again a few days ago looking after the ' small pox cases. There has been no new cases of the disease in this community lately and we hope Peo Gei S?eciIictioa Varnishes Pes C'se Floor Wax Pee Gie Fenetratigg Djstain Fee Gee Ferck Faint Roe! nud Barn Fee Gee Scad-Past- e Paint Pee Gee far Roots Pee Gee Adamant Floor Faiat Pee Gee Wagon aid Isplement Paint Pee Gee Portlanite for Concrete Pee Gee Blae Ribftea Family Paint Pee Gee Screes Enamel Creo-Stain "The Kind Tiiat Leasts' "COVERS more surface, lasts longer, loots better and is more economical than Keg Lead and Oil, hand mixed paint or ordinary ready mixed paint. MASTIC PAINT is made of pure White Lead, with Zinc Oxide in the correc proportions, and pure Linseed Oil. It does not scale and keeps its color for years. The formula appears on every can. FREE PAUL Ask us for beautifully illustrated booklet, "Homes and How to Paint Them." Also for color cards, booklets of any Pee Gee Finish you may desire, or write T CO., Incorporated, Louisville, Kentucky. for them to PEASLEE-GAULBER- DRUG CO., COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. ally eradicated from this community. Arthur Stotts sold fourteen acres of unimproved land to G. C. McKinney for one hundred dollars. and twenty-fivA. D. Stotts sold an aged mule to Hiram Stotts for $85. Beatrice, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Stotts has been very sick for the past e few-days. that it will soon be effectu- have ju3t returned from the Louisville market where they bought a large stock of goods for the spring trade. W. A. Janes and J. E. Clay-we- ll I Woodson Lewis ajECEEISrSBURQ, KY. Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire and Barbed Wire at 20 per cent. less than Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed Rubber Roofing at less than Market. He is selling a great many articles in these lines at less than wholesale price. Write for prices. All Wheat Ground should be Rolled Before Seeding. Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 cerns producing electricity. To authorize water-powe- r electric companies to exercise right of eminent domain 'per cent penTo place twenty-fiv- e alty on omitted or delinquent property or holders of State's funds into back tax reserve-fun- d To create county commission in Jefferson County. To repeal charter of Plat Gap. After Four Years of Discouraging To appropriate $5,000 for two years to the Illiteracy Commission. Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave To regulate terms of Circuit Court Up in Despair. Husband in the Thirteenth District. Pure seed bill. Came to Rescue. To require or assessment life and casualty companies to have $100,000 guaranty fund before doing business Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter To regulate fraternal benefit socie- HUSB AND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of com- Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I menced taking it From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1 can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing all my work." ft, $19.50. Mason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c. Quarts 45c. Plain Rollers 7 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 iWe 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, r Woodson Lewis, OKEEISrSBTjrRGr, Dtiigs of the Legislature. (Continued from page 2.) KT5T. To provide for commitments to city workhouse of prisoners convicted of petit larceny In police court To amend statutes relating to Sinking Fund of second class cities. To provide police protection for State Fair Grounds. To provide for poll tax in third class cities. To repeal charter of Fairview. To permit taxpayers to pay their portion of special levy to redeem bonds and be exonerated for lia rail--roa- d bility. To require registration in all precincts of Jefferson County. To permit adjacent counties to main- tain joint high schools. To permit graded school districts with endowments to issue 850,000 bond to maintain high schools. ' To give infants whose land has been sold for taxes in Louisville one year after becoming of age in which to redeem. To provide library. bookkeeper in State To provide stenographer for Jefferson County Attorney To permit ass of highways by con If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bertie Bullock To appropriate $3,500 monthly for writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Confederate Home at Pewee Valley years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped instead of $175 annual per capita. To prohibit fraudulent advertise- this tune, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 ments years of continuous success, and should To permit appeals from Circuit while, and could not walk anywhere at Court in annexation proceedings by allwAt times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has fourth class towns. sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. To regulate assessment and The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He wfll recomfire insurance companies. To make second violation of local ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. option law a felony. Write to: Chattanooz Meildna Co Ladles To regulate time of holding Cir- soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Term., for Special Instructions a your case and book. But, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment v Women." sent In plain wrapper. Hoiaa cuit Court In Fifth District 6 To authorize examiners appointed by Superintendent of County, where school is located to grant county' teachers certificates to normal school, amending their articles in any way to pay organization tax. pupils. To regulate To require graded districts to maintall bridges erected VETERINARY SURGEON across State boundary navigable tain high schools or pay tuition and to provide for abolishing graded dis streams To regulate petition sale of vested trict. To authorize J. W. Eay to sue State real estate, where one party is of unfor fee in tax case. sound mind. To appropriate $5,250 for Kentucky Tq provide for three State deposiNormal and Industrial Institute. tories To prohibit declaring of bank divi. To exempt one dog to head of family dends until surplus equals ten per To authorize guardian of infants or cent. To regulate veterinarians. committee of idiot or lunatic to lease Special Attnetionto Eyes mining rights. To license roving horse traders. Spavin or any surTo authorize second class city school FiBtulo, Poll-evi- l, To provide for school board of rive gical work done at fair prices. 1 am boards to create insurance fund. members in fourth class cities. fixed to take care of stock. MonTo require road contracts to be let well when work is 'done or stock To regulate control of streets in ey due to ldwest and best bidder. fourth class cities removed from stables. To convey to Hart County State's UCATJtH-N- EAl To regulate grading and packing El 10GIET IESI1ENCE of apples. interest in Bio Bridge Company. 0N IDtKYILlE STIEET. To permit Louisville to set apart To provide for appointment of director of attendance by School Board three cents of levy for support of University. in Louisville. To repeal act providing for erection To provide for collection of delinof school building in. Hawesville. quent taxes-i- fourth ,claee-eitTo provide for progressive tax on To permit vehicle licensed in one city to operate in another without payinheritance- ing addltionalllcense there. To license itinerant merchants. Land Owners 'Attention. regents of Normal To regulate fees of County Judges, To authorize Schools to issue certificates as teach- Magistrates and Police Judges. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do ers to pupils under condition of act. Mew te Prevent Creap. To designate February l2as a legal Jyour Surveying correctly. holiday in commenoration of LinWhen the child is subject to attacks years coln's birthday, He has thirty-thre- e of croup, see to it that he eats a light To authorize municipal water, and evening meal, as an overloaded stom experience. Charges realight plants to supply products to ach may bring on an attack, also other cities. sonable. Phone 74 or for the first symptom hoarseTo make initial carrier liable to- - watch ness, and give Chamberlain's Cough write holder of bill of ladisg for cargo. relating to en- Remedy as soon as the child becomes To amend civil .code C. forcement of liens. A hoarse: For sale by Paull 'Drug Co. To reauire corporations organized Adv lofambfa. Ky. prior to present constitution upon ties J-- C. D. Crenshaw n Stxrvey mg 'a V93 -- fcr 'T. Faulkner, .& 8 ": S;'V V j ," i THEJADAIR COUNTY NEWS Collins. 4 Sheriff's Sale of Land for Taxes. year Tax and cost for the 4 34 .1915 S. H. Mitchell, S. A. C &, S . W g , TANLAC ROMANCE On Monday, April 3, 1916, at the Court house door, in Columbia, Ky., NOW FULLY TOLD the same being the first day of a reguCounty Court, lar term of the Adair At 1 o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, I 'will offer for sale, to the highest and What In- for cash in hand the following de Its Launching .scribed tracts of land or sufficient sDired (t Is at Last thereof to satisfy the tax and cost Explained. cduefor the year 1915 by the following bid-tde- r, g - LOCUST GROVE STOCK FARM A. S. CHICAVNIXG, PROP. mamed persons, Whites in District No. 1. O S Baxter 10 acres joins G-Pointer. Tax and cost for the year 1915 Mollie Bastain (N R) 7 acres joins Francis Hardin. Tax and cost for the year 1915 . W H Mitcham 53 acres joins B Wethinton. Tax and cost for the year 1915 Colored, District No. 1. C Hardin 30 acres joins Eva 33 Chelf. Tax aod cost for the year 1915 33d McWhorter 18 acres joins J A Burress. Tax and cost for the year 1915 JH H Shiveley 6 acres joins E C JEtardin. Tax and cost for the ;yearl015 Whites in District No. 2. "W A Bryant 85 acres joius C W Bryant. Tax and cost for the to-wi- t: W "Every "suggests "' something few years someonebetter our that will tend to 4 97 2 49 ' 6 25 6 72 7 56 , 5 93 , JfB Barrett jear 1915 9 7 35 acres joins W C 5 41 EJ.Ij.TJickinsoh ,127 acres joins J '" JFJPelley: Tax and cost for .Barrett. Tax and cost for .the year 1915 ,tjie year 1915 , ,. bmihicusHardinJ.75 acres joins G W Rubarts. ' Tax and cost " for the year 1915" V.LKell 65 acres joins Jack Sullivan.. Tax and cost for the year 1915 rr 3 F Pelley 40 acres joins R. L Dickinson. Tax and cost for the year 1915 3tooks, Mrs. S B 75 acres joins Buck Books. Tax and cost for the year 1915 3 D Tarter 25 acres joins Frank Tarter. Tax and cost for the year 1915 3 A Winfrey 200 acres joins E. C Neal. Tax and cost for the .year 1915 Whites in District No. 3. Iiee Harvey (N R) $ acre joins A D Harvey, Tax and cost for ., the year 1915 iMrs. Sarah A Kimbler 1 acre joins Geney Hadley. Tax and cost for the year 1915 '" Whites in District No. 4. S England 8 acres joins ,Spen- 3 ijer Wooten. Tax and cost for ! . , 10 14 7 35 5 62 7 85 3 47 5 74 42 88 condition, whether it .may pertain to cur business, our knowledge, convenience, or health, oj: our social state," declared L. T. Cooper recently. "It has been my pleasure to otler Tanlac to the world," he continued. "I presented Tanlac on its merits, knowing full well that it would prove satisfactory if properly tested. "Confident as I was of the reception Tanlac would receive, I confess I was hardly prepared for the wonderful popularity into which it at once sprang. When it is considered that just nine months to the day after Tanlac was announced, one million bottles had been sold, it can be understood that when the story of Tanlac is called a romance of the business world it is quite true.. "Tanlac appeals particularly to the best people everywhere people who are able to judge carefully and to render a just opinion of its merits. Upon the thousands of indorsements of such men and women Tanlac's astonishing success has been based. Great as is the demand for 'Tanlac now, really feel that the country as a whele, is only just awakening to it'. "Tanlac, which is the joint product ofHerr Joseph Yon Trimbach, the noted German chemist and myself st I believe, the most affective remedy known for ailments of the stomach, liver and kidneys and for catarrhal affections of the mucous membranes. "It is compounded of roqts, herbs, barks and flowers, many of which come from remote parts of the world, and it is free from the mineral taint feared by many people. "1 have no doubt that Tanlac will be as successful in your city as it has in every other in which it has been introduced." Tanlac now may be obtained in Columbia, at the Page & Hamilton drug store, where it is fully explained. Adv jEJJjajPPBiJMH ?. ; 41 e.ao .obajll chief, asoe, a., s. HR? ffiQo.OO TO XNSTJXIE A. 1 For ihs Season of 1916 I Will OSIer (or Public Service . I .er'ri l iKJis: can nier, m coior is a ncn rea cnestnut, star, ana snip.iett nina jast- white, 7 years old, 6 hands high, has fine head and beautiful long slender, tapering ears, jjias an extremely long thin blady neck, that ccmes out of his perfectly formed "withers in. faultleis fashion and tapers, perfectly to his beautiful head in which, are set a pair of large expressive eyes; .He"-hawell 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. s .5" ". IJVING COJ-- T . ; vunorsir While he has not been extensively shown, yet, he has contended for honois in some cf 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 to his get, form, size, style and manner of going that are his characteristics and which make, not only the show animal, .but the general utility 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 Dew Drop, by Artist 75. " 4th dam by Cabell's Lexington. He has proven himself a breeder of high-class and is in every way worthy of your careful consideration. 160 Notice to the Trade. Will give 10 per cent discount on all shoes for 30 days. D. M Moore, Mar. 21, '16. t. Garlin, Ky. 21-2- Raven Bird H550 A. S. H. R. By Red Bird G. 1956, he by Joe Brown 1955, He by Cabell's Lexington 3231, he by Gist'3 Black Hawk. Thompson I303S. by Ottawa 232. "by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Nellie Ray, by Thompson'3 Lexington, 1st dam An-tha- lia l 66 he by Cabell's : -- 2?.B ' 3 J Jessie the year 1915 Janes 85 acres joins John Hundley. Tax and cost for the year 1915 2 17 8 87 If you.are ruptured use only a Smithsonian Truss. Sold by 19-Page & Hamilton. tf Lexington. 3rd dam Stella Denmark by Caldwell's Denmark. 4th dam Bonnie Brown, by Nat Brown 8L' Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay. f uU 16 hands high. 8 years old. hejias the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, avey well set tail, which heatall times carries to perfection. lie Possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the mo3t perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has five distinct gaits, and has for hi3 sire the famous old Red goe3 them all in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that-hshow and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's Bird, who has perhaps sired as many high-clas- s side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all hosemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. 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 hi3 worthy sire. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living e colt. 60 acres joins Dock Janes. Tax and cost for the year 1915 Marshall Roach 70 acres joins Thomas Cole. Tax and cost for the year 1915 G T Wilson 40 acres joins Bas-cuJanes. Tax and cost for ithe year 1915 "Whites in District No. 5. tiGr 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 SLhe 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. C H Johnson acre joins George Taylor. Tax and cost for the year 1916 3 S Rainwater (N R) 129 acres joins Green Watson. Tax and m Notice. 4 98 Bids for building schoolhouses will be received by the Adair County Board 4 98 of Education at the Superintendent's office on Monday, April 3, 1916. Tobias Huffaker, 7 35 Chairman County Board. prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at ten cents per day or fed at $10. per month. In all cases money is due and must be paid when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from neighborhood. All stock will receive our personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but wjll not be responsible should any occur. I am A. S. CHEWNINQ, -- Columbia, Ky. Stray flogs. 5 63 10 14 stray hogs that left my farm in September. Four of them have a hole in right ear. The other one not marked. "Will pay a reward. t. E A. McKinley, Ozark, Ky. 5 20-3- I have 7 98 - 3 94 " -- Frank Pike. Tax and. cost 10 J.for the year 1915 Colored in District No. 6. SJouisa Bndgewater 67 acres joins Pete Bridge water. Tax "3 and cost for the year 1915 87 acres joins June fJ is? Groves. Tax and cost for the '". Goeittrtiheyer4915 Smith 100 acres joins Joslah .4 05 14 47 :- -' y jear 1915. 13 39 Colored in District No 7. - 3 B Lucas acre joins Ned Murray. Tax and cost for the year 1915 jay lor Wade 50 acres joins Arch "' 4 98 mal pupils to teach, the compulsory school attendance law, the University of Kentucky, normal schools, KenHereafter rural school trustees will tucky Normal and Industrial InstiWe desire to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to our friends be elected on the first Saturday in tute, the Department of Education A good horse for sale. and neighbors who so graciously as- October instead of August, and coun- and an insurance fund for .second and Eev. J. S. Chandlert Campbellsville, Ky. sisted us during the long sickness and ty boards of education will organize in first-clascity schools death of our dear companion and March in the office of the county su"Bourbon Hemp Goes to South- mother. We pray the blessings of perintendent and the incumbent tros There will be singing at Smith's tees will hold over until March, 1917. Chapel school house on the first God upon them all. , ern Kentucky. Bryant and family. This is included in the school legisla evening Thos. J. in April. Will sing in tion enacted by the recent session of the new book for 1916. Will also have A married daughter of Rev. John the General Assembly. The census a class to eDea in vocal music on MonChas. L. Cook has leased from E. W. Grady, of color, died in Lebanon last this year will be the last Until. 1918, day Bight follawlag, eeduct&by B, HcCormack, of Waddy, Ky., owner of week. Mer remains were Drouguo to excepting in first and second-clas- s O. Cabbell. the "Chester Dare Stock Farm," the Columbia and interred in the ceme- cities, as the law provides for a biengood young stallion, "Bourbon Hemp," tery near the colored churches, on nial scholastic census, which will save Next Monday will be county court. for the stud and show season. He will Burkesville pike. every two yeaw. All persons who come to Columbia, $40,000 to the State be put in stud at Columbia, Ky., and Graded districts must maintain a and who are indebted to this office, Mrs. Sarah Smith, who was the high school or pay tuition of common are requested to call and settle. after the stud season will be prepared for the Southern shows. "Bourbon widow of Curby Smith, died near school graduates to the county high Hemp" is by that show horse sire, Milltown, last Friday morning. She school, and two or more adjacent coun Fiscal Court of Adair county will "Bourbon King," and should do much was a fortune teller in this town dur ties may maintain joint high schools meet next Tuesday. Important) road to improve the breed of that section. iDg the Civil war. business will come before it. under the new. la w.- Farmers Home Journal. codThe changes in the law, besides Mrs. Bettie Cheek's home, in East A. G. Hill will sing at Breeding Nashville, escaped the great fire which ifying them so that conflicts are weed- Sunday affeernooo, April 2. : Come, The Republican Committee of Adair visited that city last week. ed out and the. provisions, are plain All the singers. county was re organized last Saturday easily found, are numerous, affect-Sam Lewis' was elected afternoon. State Board of Equalizers have and rihairman. W T, Price, Secretary ;and l.lmulfhafarm landaanrl rnwn nrnn. ine Changes in text books, taxes in H. B. Ingram sold S. D. Barbae a ' erty of Adair county 10 per cent. . graded districts, certification of nor cow and calf for $60. G. F. Stults, Treasurer. Card of Thanhs. Changes in School Law. s -- Sunday-- - "J -- I