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The Adair County news: April 5, 1916 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1916 ada1916040501_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: April 5, 1916 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' i r-v , . s VOLUM M COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENJUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 19lfc Business Should be Active. was An NUMBER 23 Church Attendance. Enjoyable Occasion. nIBBbI "" xBbBBJS ILP$vHBBMv, i HEU, ?" BBBBBSW' -- Rr ' J Pf s KB -- ?r ';;.' - ' . 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Smith, Jr., and 'Squire Melvin Con- over recently purchased" the Andrew farm, near Glenville, for $7,200. Mr. Geo. A. Smith, Jr., has removed from Bussell county to the farm. He-afs- o Came Back," Parlor Circle. special Children's program will be Singing and Preaching. presented at the Parlor. Circle Friday night, under the auspices of the Self A note from Rev. I. M. Grimsley Culture Club. Bring your children. says: I have just closed a short term Mrs. J. C; Strange, who is an in vocal music at Mt. Vernon church. saleslady, has accepted a The progress was good. On the third Sunday in April I will position in Mr. T.E. Waggener's store. Her father, Mr J. V. White, has been be at the same church and will sing at quite sick for some time, bub he has 9:30 a. m. Will preach at 11 o'clock sufficiently recoved to enable her to and will sing in the afternoon. There A xpe-perlenced The church attendance in Columbia for the past few months, has been on There is no reason why all classes of the wane. It is not only proper, but business should not be active. There it is the duty of every church member is a ready market for hogs, cattle and to be a worshiper in his or her congre mules, and they have brought thousgation on the Sabbath .day. If there ands of dollars to dair county in the are no services in. the church to which last few months. Besides the poultry a member belongs, then some other and egg business has been immense. church should-- . bB attended. Every All that is necessary to see business body should strive to1 make fcha . wnrM in Adair county, is the loosening of better, and waitingupon the Lord Inl the purse strings.- - Evidently there is uis nouses of worship is the most a vast total sum of monev in this elfective way. Get'iritbe habli of be- county that is being hoarded. Turn ing regular in your attendance and ft loose and let us have good times. those who have been dilatory will fol'XiP not fail to see "The Man Who low your example. Girls' Dormitory, by Miss Gwendylyn Bayless. The program consisted of a reading by Miss Sallie E. Mumhv. the hisfcorv of a book, by Miss Katie Murrell, and a recitation Dy Miss Eva Cook. A flower contest was then introduced in which Miss Ruby Pedigo was . winner. Delightful refreshments were served which were highly enjoyed by all, Those present were: Mrs. C. M. Russell and Miss Katie Murrell. hon orary members; Misses Callie McFar- land, Alyce Cann, Gwendolyn Bayless, Margie Buster, Eva Cook. Lucv Mc Farland, Mae JBrockman, Dollle El liott, Ruba Wagoner, May Feese, Virginia Coffey, Christine Nell. Rubv Pedigo, Hattie Wilborn, Esther Dod-soSallie E. Murphy, Maxine Moss, Willia Petty and Margaret Murrell. n, The Key Club of the L. W. 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"The Man Who Came Ba"ck" will be DULWORTH Green-county- - A good mare for sale. . 23-2- - The above is a perfect picture of David Dulworth, who is a son of Mr and: . Mrs. J. A. Dulworth, of Camp Knox, Last year he vvas a student In the Lindsey- - Wilson Training Scjiool, this place, and was thechSmpion football player, the team winning every game during theseasohP 3ome months ago he went South and has developed into a successful wrestler. ' He has had sey eral bouts with professiohalsjjiolding his own in each, contest A few nights agohemet Frank Hartley, an English Champion, in the Paramount 'theater, Winston-SaleNorth Carolina, and defeated him. Hundreds witnessed1 and the fans went wild over Dave. 'Dave's trainer says he-- .bids fair Xo become the champion heavy vf eight wrestler of the world. .,' l '' m, the-matc-- ,T.M. Shearer, Columbia, Ky. ' -. Big Sale. baptist Services, 4 -- cMty The public sale at the home of Mr. Bert Epperson, last Wednesday, drew the largest crowd seen at a sale in this for many years. Bidding was " spirited and everything sold high. high. Farming implements, household goods brought good money. Jersey cow, ?53 00; 1 Short cow, 872 00; 2 yearling calvee, Horn $67.00; 3i calves, $80.00. Hogs sold 106 00; 1 Give some prices, as follows: Corn, $4.30 per barrel; oats, 65c per bushel; sheep, 7 ewes and12 lamfcs, Thursday morning, at eleven o'clock, Rev. W.. L. Brock,' State Sunday School Secretary, will preach at the Baptist Church. Mrs. Bose, who will accompany him, will address the la', dies; Rev. O. P. Bush."" Farm for Sale. a farm of 125 acres lying on Sulphur Creek, eight miles from Columbia, for sale. It joins Peter Good-ef and Js mile from Stanford n, Mr-GL. Jones', of Hatcher; owner ". of Mountain Dare, one of the finest ""stallions In the world, will be in Co- lumma Saturday .April 8, with this fine horse. He. wants to-severy farmer in the county who owns crood mares. Meet him on the-- square and take a look at this fine animal. Mrs. L. W. Baldauf entertained at 500 last Friday night The evening was delightfully spent. The following were .present: Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Eussell; .Misses Minnie Triplett, Gwendolyn Bayless, Madge Bosenfield; Messrs. Edgar Reed, Wm. Sweets. Theories of meetings whjch commenced at the Methodist church last Sunday, is being well attended. Rev. W. R. Wagoner is doing the preaching. The song service is beine led bv ee I have one-hal- road. 23-3- Five shows, at the Parlor Circle this week, all good ones. The nights are Tuesday, Wcfaesfcy, Thursday, Friday and SaUrHK TiriMt, every body. Growing in interest. The Bttke Yea can Mt affwd te miss t Marcus Ellis, Absher. Ky. Prof. Smith. The Board of Trustees ordained last Monday night that concrete walks must be made from Mrs. Marcum's residence, on both sides of the street. to the Graded school building. Cis it Mr. J. D. rLowe, whe went to Nashville for his.fall .samples, has returned and is now ready jto meet the trade. and Mr. His house is Lowe enjoys the reputation of being a most courteous salesman. . well-know- n, The Sacrement of the Lordfs Suonar will be administered ab the Presbyterian church next Sabbath; .morning. Every member is urged to be, present. To Mule Men. My larcre umkrstandtliat there vlmxio.rialBMeting at the F will Confed- 'to erate f CBument, Green Elver Bridge, the 4th of July- - Col. Bennett H. Young, of Louisville, will be the principal orator. It wll evidently draw many people .together. Mrs, S. IXljarbee fell at, her residence dm dy last week, fracturing two of bK.iliit She suffered much pain for several days, but Is better at . The many friends of Mr. S.. C. Neat will be glad to learn that he is again on the road, having accepted a position with the old reliable firm Altsheler & Co.. Walt for him. On account of the meeting at the Methodist Church, there will be no prayer meeting at the Presbyterian Church this week. 22. at my 21-- 4t Jack will maka maatnn barn, in Columbja,. JKy. .Fee, 8.oo, to insurer living colt. a :H.:B.-Iram- .' The Methodist. Sunday-Schoof this place, last week, sent the Methodist Orphan Home, Louisville, two casesof eggs. ol this tiv&.. lir. Fred Myers, of .this place, has rtfrteifc MteuobUe brake' which has v imkik oo Miserable interest ; JArauAtifaetBrers throughout The Columbia Fair date is August Last week we gave the date as the 15th, which was a mistake. tbe Mr. John Graves, of Coburg, owns a Chester White sow that found twenty pip a few night ago. ' stantial Louis Pace, who was given from 8 to 21 years in the penitentiary for bar- ticlpating in the murder of Town Marshall Thurman, will aDoeal his case, a motion for a new trial having been overruled. The bond issue was defeated in Casey county by aajority of .383 The issue carried in Metcalfe bv x suh- - majority. My Percheron Stallion Judas. will serve at my farm for S10.00 to insure a living colt.. He needs no recommen datiou further than to see his colts. They have the form and size, two essentials necessary for serviceable stock If you want to raise mules vou had better secure some large mares and by For Sale. breeding to Judas you are in the right Two single comb Rhode'Island Red line. He is a fine breeder and his colts bring the highest price. You cockerels. Mrs. Joslt Butler. will make no mistake in patroning Mr. Melvin Petty,- who sold goods at him, A word to the wise Is sufficient. Picnic, Adair county, became "involJohn NI XTShover;- . ved, and in order to satisfy judgments Two miles south.of Columbia. Sheriff Mitchell was ordered to close his store and make sales, at public Stray Sow. auction until the debts were satisfied. He had one sale last week and another A black sow has been at my place will follow in a short time. Mr, Petty for 4 months. Weight, 155 pounds. has left the county, and his where Hole in left ear and underbit in same: abouts arnot known here. split in the right, and 2 hacks in right E. O. Cheatham, Durham & Hurt, representing Grin- - ear. Picnic, Ky. stead Company, the old reliable poul try dealers, broke all previous recBase Ball. ords in shipping eggs, last week, from this place. They bought 435 cases of The base ball season will open Sateggs, a full large carload, and 10,000 urday when Lindsty-Wilso- n lines, up s pounds of poultry, of a car. against the Russell county team The They paid ont 83,343.27. Lindsey-Wilso- n boys have been practicing for some time and are. getting A. M. F. Hin, County Judge of RusRussell county insell county; lias appointed Mr. Reuben in good shape. tends to bring the best team in its Campbell Jailer of said county, to fill and is condident of winning. the.positioa until the next election. Come and enjoy the new grandstand This action was taken on account of game Rufus Campbell, who was the jailer, Itpromises to be a hard-fougwho died tfwo weeks aero. W. S. and it is doubtful who Trill win. Game and called at 3:30, p. m. Admission 20cts. Leach is deputy JailerT --i Losr.A pocket book containing.. r ForSale; papers. L. B. Hurt. ; One loOur three houses and lots. StocR Items. cated on Boma 'Heights with one acreof-groutiThe othen 'two in A yoke White City. Also 10 acres of timber- square of oxen sold on the' public " Monday for" $80.00. ed land: Now we want to sell and. now Sam. Burdette made the following is your opportunity, if yo want property in town. We" will sell at a bar sales: One horse mule, 5 years oldt gain. Reason for selling want to go $150. A fine saddle mare to Claud Pendleto Indiana. For further information ton, of Elizabethtown, price private. call on T. G. Rasner & Sons. It was however the highest price ever paid for a mare in Adair county. Mr. Jo Knifley will commence his residence at once. Mr. H. C. Feese Special Offer. will be the foreman on the job. Mr. Feese stated to the News that he For a short time will furnish the hoped to have the building completed daily Evening Post, Louisville, Home by the first of June. It will be a two- - and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War story six room dwelling, modern style. map and the Adair County News, all one year for 83.25. The map itself Is Mr. Frank Leach, of Jamestown. worth $1 50, but by accepting this ofwas in Columbia last Wednesday, en fer you get it for almost nothing. route for Louisville. He informed old son The News that in a very short time Earl Robinson, a two-yeRussell county would let the contract of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myers fell from for the building of about twelve miles the porch, at his grandfather's- residence, last Thursday afternoon, break, of the Dixie Highway. one of his legs above the knee.. Miss Emma Belden, of Liberty, met ins Drs. Cartwright and Hlndman reduced with a stroke of paralysis, while on the fracture, and at this writincr the the train, returning from Louisville, little-fellois getting along finely. a few days ago, but she will recover. A cmnr mlllr nnva for clo Miss Belden is a milliner and is known "r. 6 T. E. Wamrener.. ..- , to a good many residents of Columbia. ' Ramsey, charged with defraud--in- cr, " if you are ruptured use only a Smithin Cumberland countv.- was ar sonian Truss- - Soldby-19-'t- f - Paga & Hamilton. rested in Campbellsvilleiast Saturday T at the instance of Sheriff Mitchell, r, Born, to the wife of Dr. P H. this county, who held the warrant, of Mt Vernon, Ky., --March 30, and who sent it to Camobellsville. 1016, a son. The advent took place at The prisoner was conveyed to Barkes-vilTthe home of Mrs. Conover's parents, by deputy Sheriff Clyde Cjenshawi this city. Mother and 'baby doing " nicely. The marriage of MIssOma Waited and Rev. Perry L. Wolf will take A large crowd in town Monday, county court. Some fine stock was on place at the home, of the bride to be exhibition, and the merchants-haa mother's, Mrs. Tavia Whlted, near j Garlin, Sunday afternoon April 9th.' fine run of trade. 350. If you are in need of .a pump I can Mr. Frank Shepherd andtltieg Marr save you money Cravens were married at Saw, Rag-a- U ' S. F, Eubank. t. county, laet Sunday. two-thirddomain, ht will be duets and quart.etts. . There will also be several recitations. Eighteen dollars for Missions was collected at the Liberty Sunday-school- : I am training a class in vocal music at Russell Springs. The work ' prom ises to be a success. - - d. 20-2- ar - -- 22-2- J.-C- r - Con-ove- B 4 d -- 1 22-8- Vs " z THE ADAIR COUNTY .NEWS WAR SITUATION SAVE THE : SHEEP? At intervals of a few miles each, all day can be seeh what appears to be huge clouds of gray smoke. These mark the positions of the moving supply trains or cavalry patrols, squads of signal corps men on military automobiles. On the individual initiative and skill of the American soldier and his" officers depends the success of moving sup piies over these Mexican roads. Marching or riding the troops find much of the road uncomfortable for travel because the winds drive the sand mountain into the men's faces with a sting as sharp as winter sleet. The body of J; H McKfnney, the American ranchman killed by ViIlaoh the Mexican side of the border the night 'before the Columbus raid, has been found by American troops. It was near the Boca Grande. McKin-ne- y had been hanged and his clothing was ripped where he had been repeatedly stabbed. While the celebrated ride of the American cavalrymen, 110 miles in forty-tw- o hours' march ing time, was heralded throughout the United States, the work oi the infantry following behind the cavalry went unnoticed. One command carrying full infantry equipment and packs of about forty-fiv- e pounds, marched twenty-six miles in about eight hours This wa3 over rocky roads covered with volcanic stone or else inplaces where the dust drifted over them like a heavy fog. Keep Your Skin Clear and Healthy. There is only one way to have a clear, healthy complexion and that is This Free Every farmer ought to raise some sheep. Had you ever thought about how much clear money there is in a bunch ofsheep? They will yield more money than We know of some most any thing else on the farm. flocks of sheep that have produced more than 200 per cent clean cash in less than 12 months. Now- ,- what Nothing but more SHEEP. Improve can beat-thatyour sheep until you have the very, very best. ? Paint Book k" "Homes ari How to Paint Them" WOOL! WOOL! WOOL! 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, - WiH be very helpful to you and your Painter Contains beautiful illustrations of attractively painted homes, shows floor plans, gives specifications how to select the right colors, also information for buggies, wagons, implements, painting roofs,-barns- , refinishing woodwork and floors, decorating walls. This valuable Paint Booklet tells all about the merits of FARMERS WOOLEN MILLS, 'The Kind That Lasts t This old reliable paint protects and beautifies your property and enhances its value. It is just Pure White Lead, Zinc Oxide, and Genuine Linseed Oil, in the correct proportions, which make it the best and most economical paint to use. Jamestown, Kentucky. Gradyville. J. F. Pendleton bought here last week, .a carload of hogs for May delivery. J. P. Gilpin and'wife, of Sparks-ville- , yisited their daughter, Mrs. Rose, here one day the . first of - the week. Ernest Rodgers, of Roachville,. spent a day or so here the first of the week. Mike Winfrey, Circuit Clerk of Columbia, was in our midst one day last week. Allen Rose J. T. Rodgers and Dolphus Keltner, of Keltner, were with uS last Friday. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nell and their son, L. C, are in Louisville this week. G. T. Flowerahas been on the sick list for several days. A. W. Tarter, of Columbia, "" -- spent several, days of last week, on his farm, near this place, looking after his farming. We were all very sorry to hear of the great loss of Mr. Lewis Compton, at Portland, last Wed of work that has been done in such a short time, unless you was to drop down and take a bird's eye view for yourself. They are virtually through sow ing oats and grass seed and by the way. there has been over an average crop of both sown, and quite a lot of corn ground turned. We are glad to say that there was not an idler around our town during the past week. Eve'ry body was busy. Quite a number of gardens were planted. Strong Hill and wife returned from Louisville the first of the week, where they had been- - on the market, buying goods in their lines for this market. Mr. Hill informed us that hes bought a hearse, something- - that our undertakers have needed here for a number of year3. From the number of coffins and caskets that have gone- out from this place during the last two months, the hearse would havebeen in use the most of the time. - There's A Pee Gee Finish For Every Purpose for Shingle Roofs, Pee .Gee Carriage Pee Gee Creo-Sta- in and Wagon and Implement Paint, Pee Gee Adamant Floor Paint, and other popular Pee Gee Paints and Varnishes. I AsIc For Free Color Cards PAULL Columbia, DRUG CO.T Kentucky. e; b to keep tne bowels active and regulai. Dr. King,s New Life Pills will make your complexion healthy and clear, move the bowels gently, stimulate the liver, cleanse the system and purify the blood. A splendid spring medicine. 25c at Paull Drug Co. Adv. 1 Pellyton. W. L. Lemmon, who has been lgBBBpPjr?. jyriyy 0ssSC3BKmPnTVKBKU Rheumatic Pain Stopped. he nesday, when his dwelling and The drawing of muscle3,-tsorebarn with about all of their con- ness, stiffness and agonizing pain of tents were consumed by fire. Rheumatism quickly yjield to Sloan's - The fire originated from a de- Liniment. It stimulates circulation to ttie painful part. Just apply as difective flue. rected to the painful part. Just apThe-fe-w days of warm sun ply as directed to the sore spots. In shine put some of our people on a short time the pain .gives way to a the banks of Big creek fishing. tingling sensation of comfort and We understand they are having warmth. Here's proof "I have had wonderful relief since Tused jour Linfine success and there is a great iment on my knee. To think one apmany fish in the creek, of the plication gave me relief. Sorry I hav-tf- t u "space to kind we usually have in this part the History. Thanking you for what your remedy Big creek. of has done for rrie." James S FerguW. L. Grady, the son, Philadelphia, JPa. Sloan's Linistockman of this part of the ment kills pain. 25c at Paull Drug county, is having a fine demand Co Adv. for his jennets and jacks almost - receiving orders daily for them From Iowa; to be shipped to the South. Toledo, March 21, '16. When a deal of this kind turns something in dollars Editor News: up it means If .you will" allow me a few -- and cents. He also sold a very lines in your "valuable paper, I fine Jack to Poke Mitchell, of will try and write you a little of Edmonton. Price not known. The hog cholera has struck the news, , this part of the county. Judge I reached this place the 15th, Moss has lost several and also and got a job the 16th, and have Henry Keltner Both living be- nice place to work. I work 8 miles North of Toledo,, but the low this place on the creek. Thos. Chastine, who live3 a road is just fine, and so it few miles down the creek has doesn't take long to drive it in a sold his farm to W. E. Keltner. the Kissel moreseven passenger. cars in this State There are Mr. Chastine will move to Miami than buggies. '. ' in a very short time to engage in The weather is- just fine at the blacksmith business. present, but I guess before this C. Wooten, of Sparksville, is printed, it will be as cold as J. was in our midst a few days ago blue blazes. There hasn't been done and notified us that he was a much farming will yet, but I be,quite a bit suppose there candidate for the office of jailer, done the first of April. subject to the Republican party f Well, there are quite a iew Mr. Wooten was soliciting the Kentucky people in this country, support of his Democratic friends and. they have treaed me as nice as I evenwas treated, andl want after the primary only. to thank them for it. The farmers in this section are ' If this escapee the waste bas- progressing nicely with their ket, I will write, again. arming .for the past week. You Yours truly. Charles Tucker. would hare no idea the araeunt tell-yowell-known very, sick with pneumonia, is some" better. S. Parsons was thrown from a mule Sunday, getting one arm broken and getting bruised up Rev. W. H. Lemmon has been Mogul 8-- 1 6 Saves Its OwnPrice In Fuel Bill Reduction - badly. very sick with grippe for several weeks. - Joe Moore removed from Knif-le- y to this place last Saturday. He will run a blacksmith shop at this place. J. 0. Mitchell, of who has been absent for a few weeks, has returned- - to finish turning thespokes at the spoke factory. Evert Workman and Wilburn Ellis Jeft Monday for Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. D, S. Elljs, two sons, Ernest and Enoch, who have had pneumonia, are belter. W. S. Sinclair made a business trip to Frankfort last week. B. Caskey, was here two or three days last week looking after the spoke business of the Archibald Wheel Co. J. D. Lowe called on the merchants of this place last week. Mr. and Mrs". T. W. Harden, Campbellsville, visited Mrs. 's father and brother at this place, who has been" very sick. Mrs. MaryPellyjs visiting in Iowa for several months. C-yil- Until April 1st the price remains at $675 cash f. o. b. Chicago. Fortunate early purchases of material still allow you this low figure. After April 1st the price "will be $725, same terms. nomical tractor becauseit operates on cheap, common kerosene or coal oil. Gasoline to run the gasoline tractor costs will use. Which is best for you? You know what gasoline costs you, and you know what you pay for kerosene. Figure it out yourself, or dealer. This is a saving you can't afford to miss. see-you- r A Mogul 6 kerosene tractor saves its own price in fuel bill saving, as compared with a gasoline tractor. 'TpHAT'Strue. 8-1- At either price the Mogul 8-1- 6 is by far the most eco- le, over 100 per cent more than the kerosene a Mogul 8-1- 6 International Harvester Company of America (hesrponied) Mogul kerosene tractors are sold by JEFFRIES HARDWARE Columbia, Irene., Mr. Robert Willis and wife visited Mr. Silas Woods and family CO., C-vjJ- le, Kentucky. on the sick list for the past few days. Mr. Owen Hubbard and wife visited at Mr. W. M. Duiworth's one day last week. Mr. L. M. Perkins and family left for Illinois last week.t Mr. Alfred Keen, of nearCane Valley, was visiting his father, John R. Keen, last week. Miss Bessie Keen is going into the millinery business. She has . at Greensburg, last week. her grandparents, Judge Hendrickson and wife at Miss Irene Hendrickson visited W. T. Camp- Har-den- Why Constipation Injures. -- Keen's, Sunday. Mr. Logan Parker and wife visited the latter's sister, Mrs Stanley Wilkerson, in the Lemweek. on's Bend section-las- t Mr. Meg Pike and wife, of Campbellsville, were visiting in condition 1s.oulckly rtlteYsd by Cham- this section the latter part of the Obtainable at week. berlain's Tablets Mr. John R. Keen, better Paull Drug, Co. Adv. known as "grandpa, '' has bees The bowels are the natural sewerage-system of the body. When they become obstructed by constipation a part of the poisonous matter which they should1 carry off is absorbed 'into thesystem, 'making you feel dull' and stupldt and interfering with the digestion and assimiktisa of food. This bellsville, one day last week. Mr. Bob Lee, of the"Mt. Car-m- el section, visited at L. D. her spring goods: in. Mr. Bob Pike happened to a painful accident last Saturday, while driving a four horse team. He lashed the whip and struck himself in the left eye, and is suffering- a great deal, but we hone it will be all right soon. Mr. Mark Barnett and family, of Atchison, visited at Mr. Ran Burnett's Sunday. - y 'THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS o w EVERYTHING IN . Women's Activities. HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel,- Rubber, Galvanized - .England has. nearly 100,000 es and Printed. ' women munition workers. Women members of the Mac-abenumber 200,000. . All of Montana's cpunty school superintendents are women. New York City is in need of at least 50,000 servant girls. Polish women are renowned mSSSSMmWnr bbm ' k asas bbbbbbbbbsbbbbbbbbbbi Quick changes In n ls6 EIwoodand American Fence. - Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO- - .''.",. I I2-U- - ncomorated c 6 Eaal-Matfc- et treeif BelweenPIrst and'Bro'oh Louisville, Ky. J Birdseve vieworour Plant "Largest in Dixie" V. . Hu&hes &. Sons Co. Incorporated Louisyille, Kentucky. - -- t iJ. 33. The sudden interest of American women in the subject of pre5 Windows, , paredness- has caused more or g less speculation as to whether Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalo I keep on hands a full stock of they were realiy interested in it coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and or are using the subject for a Prompt service night or stepping stone to "some other STOP AT. THE day Residence Phone 29, office matter. Speculation is now set phone 98. aside bv the statement of one of 1 yr J. F. Triptett, the foremost advocates of preColumbia, Ky. paredness. In substance she says that women felt that they mutt Obituarv. demonstrate their anility properFloy Mae Beck was born Dec. ly to consider matters of public WHEN IN LOUISVILLE 23,1887. Married Orville Holt importance, and they, therefore, to GOOD ROOMS $1.00 PER ID AY, Nov. 4 1914. Departed this life seized upon the opportunity PLAN. preparedness March 12, 1916. Making her 28 promote national inPine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices yeare, 2 mo., and 18 days old. Thus, it becomes plain that preparedness is intendShe leaves an infant baby six terest in Turkish and Electric Baths Free Auto Bus Meets Trains. of abiii months old, which she gave to ed to be ademonstration public her mother and on her death bed ty properly to consider WRITE tKOrt RESERVATIONS. rear placed the body a, girl) in her matters. There is no longer son for speculation. mother's arms. She left this world happy, savintr. "All i5 Yet, the explanation seems not wholly satisfy some .newspa well with me." She told, each to &. tJcifefgon .Streets Ccntett and asked them pers, one or wnicnremarKs mat. one "good-bye- " u .... 1.: k Louisville, - Kentucky. all to meet her in heaven. She; wul"e" &eem lu uc UMM" J1"' a& muuiCU7l said to all of the family, AMERICAN PLAN WeireuueMtney a are, anu pernaps remaps Rates $2.00 and J$2.50 with $3.00 and$3.50 per day can be a united family in heavhot and cold .va tor, Privi- with. Private Bath. en. ' She was always devoted to they are not, but such allegation The certainly lasks gallantry. lege of Bath. her mother and ioved her home. editor who wrote those words " European Plan 1.00 and Up She said "At last this is only would have done much better to . AXIL, jVEEAlR. 500 our Earthly home," and asked say something nice, for after all, Local and Long Distance Telephones her mother to "Let's go home. "I even though women's interest m -- ' in all '. a momentary She left as bright evidence of preparedness is in women fad," the chs of war - A.BIoek and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. just sweeping through many things that can do a great A. A. WEBB, Asst, Mgr. as we ever heard, She was the jnen cannon do. In war D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. clothed in white and ha'd a pleas- times it is the women who not ant countenance and as we looked only maintain the home, hut An organization has been form- upon her form and thought- - of gather and forward a. great supbated in New York City known as he beauties of heaven, as she plies needed on the field of fight tle. It is ths women who "The Tax Reduction League," described them, we praised God. battles fully as fierce as those the object being to find items in As we looked upon the spotless between contending armies. a the public expense that can be white in which she was clad and Paris bankers report with some eliminated'. This is a new idea. thought,pf the angels which Jiave Practically all of the energy dis- been seen on earth, They were pride that not once did the price played in the vicinity of taxing clothed in white raiment. Then of French government bonds fall weeks boards has been directed toward 1 thought of how it was granted during the threeVerdun, of terrific and that fighting around securing new offices, new bu- unto the church the Lamb's these bonds are now quoted a UNTER.TAK3Ert A5T EMBALJIER reaus, added appropriations.. But bride, to be clothed in clean 'noint or two higher than at any COLUMBIA, KY. rlt k J the pendulum is certain to swine-i- white linen without spot or : Aay kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to wrinkle. W.e felt as we con- The the other direction some time. Verfailed seed out ia a few minutes; after .receiving Before many years, have passed ducted the funeral services that the Germans Jiave failure atmeans e&K, Toextra charge for bearse. All kinds of movements to secure reduction she had left this earthly taber dun and that that will not again be a Beb qafcascl. Over Camberland Groeery Oo nacle and gone to a. mansion in that there Home Pbeae 52 A. in taxes will be, numerous and serious effort to break through to the sky, not made, with; hands. Paris. powerful. two-hearse- WHOLESALE Columns Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, fot the beauty of their hands. Newcastle, England, has pro fessional women window cleaners. Thirty-tw- o girls at Barnard College recently beat a similiar group of men at the New York University in a war test. There are numerous women barbers in Austria, and in some of the villages women are acting as blacksmiths and cobblers. Two thousand women will serve as judges "and clerks of eletion in Chicago this year, for which they will receive $7 a day. Of the nine candidates who recently passed the examinations for medical degrees at the University of London, seven were women. Over 30,000 women have taken the places of men in France, thus enabling 81 per cent., of the factories of that country to run on full time. New York City is to have an apartment house planned entirely by a woman, and with each apartment in it built according to a feminine instead of a masculine architect's idea of what a home should be like. The great Mexican estate of Mrs. Phoebe Hearst of California, comprising 3,000,000 acres, probably will be broken up by President Carranza, who has announced that he intends to drive all foreign land holders from that country. I "I 40i 2(H wrall-weat- weather and are a severe test for any paint, but Hanna's Green Seal will "hold up" every time. It's put together with tins feature in view.; - L50 HamtfsGreenSeal has been time-trie- d and proven. Considering the space it covers and the wear it gives, there is no cheaper paint to be had. It helps the appearance of h30 - both cottage Ho ZE RO and mansion. Try it next time. I "The Paint Made to -- 10I Wear" liHlffita nfMTn "'dreuntHtgLo.u- HBBBIiIsBBBBBBBBBBBbI'H IIHHBs. rSold'byk JEFFRIES HDW. CO., whose builder and maker is God, there to praise him throughout--! May God eternity "glory." rA.rrhfim - COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. GET RID OF CHILLS AND FEV bless her mother, two brothers and two sisters' and keep them Chills and Fever, or Malaria, are caused in the good way. Lord bles by a germ. Millions of these germs are that young husband and baby. soon multiplied from the few that first find May the guardian angels watch foothold in the blood of their victim. To RID YOURSELF of these germs over them and help them. Rev. J. A. Wallace. Women and Preparedness you must PURIFY your blood, strengthen the vital organs, and make yourself so robust, vigorous and healthy that they will be CAST OUT to STAY OUT. . DR. THACHER'S Liver and Blood Syrup has been widely known for many years as the "Best Chill Tonic." It has earned this reputation by helping countless THOUSANDS of people, many of them living in the malarial sections of this country, to CLEANSE theirblood and BUILD UP their strength so that the fever germs would be cast out of their bodies. v A vast multitude of people take Dr. Thacher's Liver & Blood Syrup to pre- vent Fever and Chills from attacking them. It is a wise and profitable precaution. It PAYS to fortify yourself against malaria.. And if it happens that you neglected to do that, and are now afflicted, it will surely pay you to take instant action and get this reliable .remedy working for you at once. TRY IT AND PROVE that relief is at and $1.00 bottles. hand. ' 50-ce- nt s. QALT HOUSE 45-- HJUK-OPEATS- LTHACHER MEDICINE COMPANY,! W1LLARD HOTEL . Chattanooga, Tennessee. For Sale By Page & Hamilton. 4 Feared the Ladies. Game T' Smith,agei to the last. Ebenezer 56, a bachelor her- . " ' . . R-Oom- s. the-gate- s Jo NILS mm.vm All I. n r SE?" ? 4. Lk an. 4 ww f-T- f; mit, whose home is near Racine, Wis., has been dragged forth into the open, where a female of the spcies may catch him at any About New Yea:-- j moment. time some joker told Ebenezer that the leap year gjrls --would; get him if he didn'c watch the aged man 'fled to his cabin, barricades all the hdoors, sawed the floor loose near the threshold, and sat armed at No inducement his window. could persuade him to come forth. But Sheriff Holick and five deputies recently stormed the Smith fortress and broke down the front door. There stood Ehenezer. as the story runs, with a great knife between his teeth, an ax in one hand and a heavy hammer m the other. Finally the officer broke, down the back door,, bridged the loos ened floor over the cistera and .grabbed the.old man from- - be-- ' , hind. Tbea they took him to jail for an exarainatiwi as to lfia out,-Immediately sanity. tea v - V. a N. .1- THE AD AIR tJOUNTY NEWS i s - THE -- ADAIR COUNTY HEWS r4fi- HEALTH IS BASIS OF ALL CONTENT The Half Sick Man or Woman Is a Stranger to Published Every Wednesday BY THE 8R8&Bmmm&$888&B& LOCUST GROVE STO! a. s. cuErwrcixcr. prop- - - Adair County -- News, Company (INCORPORATED.) FARM CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest of the City of Colombia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offic- e as second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. APR. 5, 1916 The family of Mrs. Jacob Young, of this county, have in their possession an interesting relic of the "Battle of the Thames." It is known in the family as the "razor hone of Tecum-seh,- " the great Indian Warrior. George Young, the father of Jacob Young, dead, was in that battle, and brought the trophy home on his return from the war, and before " his death, gave it to his son, and it has thus been preserved as an heirloom for more than a hundred years George Young said he took it from the body of when he fell in the battle, and that he was one of the .first to reach him. This is the account of it as given by the old soldier on his return, and from time to time until his death. The stone has the a ppearance of petrified hard wood'of some kind, and was evidently used for sharpening weapons, as it is worn down in the center by use. It has been called a razor hone because of the resemblance. The.probability is the great chieftain used it to give a keen edge to his scalping knife and tomahawk. George Young lived to J)e nearly a hundred years old. He was born Oct., 8th, 1781 and died in this county J une 19th, 1880. h Contentment is the very essence of happiness. But, to be contented, or happy, if you will, one must first have good 'health. Our supreme toast to the one we admire is ''Health, wealth and happiness," and the keystone is health. So many persons complain of being nervous and run down. This is the age of speed, we haven't time to care for ourselves. These run down men and women are not exactly sick, but just tired out, languid or maybe most of the time. Their business Itheir home and their life suffer. Theyvneed something to build them up, something to throw off these symptoms of a weakened debilitated condition produced by either mental or physical overwork or, by the abuse of a vital organ more often the stomach than any other. That something has been found. It is Tanlac. A tonic of rare properties, an appetizer and general invigorant that rids the system of congestion, tones up the stomach, overcoming indigestion, headaches, backaches of food, nervousness, diz ziness, ailments of kidneys and liver, n and the complaints that are so to the half sick, debilitated men s and womenof today. g your spirits Its effect is "gently back to the level of the world's happiness that rests on health. Tanlac may be obtained now in 6olumbia, at Page & Hamilton's drugstore, where its properties cheerfully are explained to all callers. good-for-nothi- For the Season of 1916 I Will Otter for Public Service - JBAJCL DESCRIPTION: 1 CHIEF, 3806, A' - S. BL .A.T R. com-.mo- 25.CO AIIVIXG COLT or TO INSURE likft-liftin- T Judge H. C. Baker received a very pleasant letter a few days ago from court wood, several assaults having "Little Nat Gaither," who formerly been launched in efforts to retake the resided at this place, and who is re- positions recently lost to the French. membered by our resident citizens Paris declares, however, that the atwho were here before the Civil war tempts were fruitless. He made his home with his grandGerman aeroplanes have attempted father, Dr. Nathan Gaither, who serv another raid on Saloniki, according to ed a number of terms from tiie dis- a Paris dispatch, but French airmen trict with which Adair was connected repelled them. in the United States Congress, was Workers in the British munitions also a member of the Constitutional shops in the Clyde district who have Convention of Kentucky and also struck have been called upon by theft many times a member of the Ken- trade organization to return Ito work, tucky Senate- - and House. "Little their strike being declared uncpnsti-- . !Nat" as he was known, attended tutional and in contravention of the school on the hill here, and at the .Munition Act. outbreak of the Civil War, espoused The British ooalition government the cause of the Confederacy, and was has won another victory in a a gallant soldiers through the war. its candidate for Parliament in He asked especially to be remembered the Hyde district winning by "a mato his old comrade in arms, Gaither jority of 874. Bryant, and. other friends. Mr. The recent war council of the EnGaither has prospered in life, and is tente, Powers was characterized by at present President of the BankofH complete unity of purpose and all the Hopkinsville, Ky, conferees, without exception, were satisfied with the decisions reached, Prof. M. O. Winfrey, who it. will be says Premier Salandra, of Italy, in an remembered got into trouble at interview given a Paris newspaper with a young lady who lived representative. in Virginia, but was a teacher in the Destruction of British merchantmen school of which Winfrey was the prin- by German submarines in the new unn, Mid-diesboro Adv.- - is a richred chestnut, star and snip, left hind pastBall Cfiief, ern white, 7 yeare old, 6 hands high, has fine head and beautiful long slender, tapering ears, has an extremely long thin blady neck, that comes out of his perfectly foimed withers in faultless fashion perfectly to his beautiful head in which are set a pair of'large expressive eyes. He has, high well set natural tail, which he carries at all limes to suit ihe most fastidious. He has a good a short back and a most excellent'set of feet and legs. He is nicely broken and gaited, and goes all m a most attractive manner. and-tapers the-gaits ' While he has not been extensively shown, yet, he has contended for honois in some of the best congregations of show horses and his many winnings are proof of his powers to meet the requirements in the best show rings. As a breeder he is in the front rank, transmitting to his get, form, size, style and manner t)f going that are his characteristics and which make, not only the show horse that will always live in the fancy of men and peranimal, but the general utility horse-th- e that will command a fancy price. form the service in that manner 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 75.. 4th' dam by Cabell's Lexington. He has proven himself a breeder of Dew Drop, way worthy of your careful consideration. his sire by-Arti- st BALL CHIEF has for .. -- Raven Bird 655t) A. S. H. R. Au-tha- lia byToe Brown.1955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3231, he by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam BirG.'I936,-hThompsonI3&38. by Ottaf.23& by Bed Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Nellie Ray. by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington. 3rd dam Stella Denmark ba Caldwell's Denmark. 4th dam Bonnie. Brown, by Nat Brown 81. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay. full 16 hands high. 8 years old, he has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful headend neck, a vey Well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection, lie possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of ny stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has five distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has for his sire the famous old' Bed show and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's Bird, who has perhaps sired as many high-claside to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all hosemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Baven Bird is one of Bed 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 Tie will make a reputation equal to that of his worthy sire. Service fee S10.00 to insure a living colt. By Bed e ' ss cipalthe Middlesboro Public Schools. c 3 v The young lady made a serious charge sinking of the British steamer Dia against Winfrey which he vehemently dem, of 3,752 tons, is reported. denied. Winfrey was asked by the French aviators have again been acBoard of the school to resign, and he tive behind the German lines, bomwas subsequently indicted. The case barding railroad stations in the region was continued twice, Winfrey all the of Metz, which is the base.for the Ger time claiming that he was being per- man offensive at Verdun. secuted, black mailed, etc. There Paris reports a renewed outbreak of were a few men in Middlesboro who German activity south of the Elver believed that he was innocent. "All Somme, where after a violent bomdoubt was "recently dispelled when bardment an attack resulted 'in the Winfrey married the young woman. penetration of the advanced French lines to the north of Chaulnes, the The hunt for Yilla goes on,and the Germans, however, being immediate-- i indications point to his early capture ly driven out by a counter attack. orIeath. Four hundred United States Borne announces that four Austrian troops engaged part of his band a few aeroplanes were ' brought down durdays ago, routed and killed and ing the recent air raid over the Ve wounded about sixty of them. Villa netian provinces and that eight Auswas not in the tight, being laid up trian officers were made prisoner, a' with a wound he Teceived with an few. persons were wounded but the engagement with Carranza's forces. material damage done by the -- raiders It will take a little time, but Tilla was insignificant. and his bandits are sure to be sub dued. dersea campaign is continuing. The I am 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 All stock will receive are bred to other "stock, traded, parted with or removed from neighborhood. personal attention, and due care will be taken to, prevent accidents or escapes, but will not our be responsible should any occur. A. S. CHEWNING,-- .,' - . Columbia, Ky. who Live Stock Dealers. the house vacted by Mr Tom Swar-so- Zion to supercede J. Y. Dudley, away. are glad to have Tim and forfeited his position by moving a valWe Will recently built family'with us; they are good neigh- uable Grant has to his residence on tleWe are buying sheep, hogs and cataddition in Adair and adjoining counties. bors. Halifax Ridge! Will pay the highest cash market J. L. Blair, who has been in a very price. We are on the market every Squire Shepherd had the misfor- Phelps & Bennett, J iOWB ' week. tune of losing a fine sheep. A sheep r i H tf. Columbia, Ky. kl.lttJl.J1&a T1 01Ulijr. from aneighboring farm jumped into There has been more trading injeal Mr. Shepherd's field and engaged his estate in this section within the last Foxes collision contest, in half year than was ever known in a sheep in a head-o$2 50 to 81.00 each: Coons S1.25 each. which Mr. Shepherd's sheep neck similar period, a dozen farms of vari- Send them to W. T. HODGEN, "? having exchanged hands. Box 232, ous sizes was broken- .Campbellsville- - Ky. Recently J. W. Vaughan sold Zach ltf. n. n Crocus. Eev. Joe Firkin filled his regular appointment at Mt. Ziori,on the 26th, rendering a very interesting discourse. Lewis Huddleston, who has been alternately teaching in Cumberland county and working at the silversmith trade at BurkesyUle for several years, is at home this winter. Born to the wife of dewitt Kimbler, on the 18th, a girl. A little daughter of Harrison Brad-sha- w was very sick last week, AC. Aaron "was elected superintendent of the Sunday School at Mt Tarter. Farmers are beginning to think of work again, after the rainy weather. Wheat and oats are looking fine in this section. Mrs Grif ton "White improves slowly. She has paralysis. Mr. Will Hpbsoh, of Campbellsvllle,-whowns a stock farm in this section, sold a large flock of sheep to a Mr. : Collins. 'Mr. Tim "White i now ixscupjlng -' WAR SITUATION After having pushed back the French lines along the westerly bend of the salient in the Malancourt region northwest of Verdun, the Germans have desisted for the present from further efforts to advance tratei T m.i si?v Farther to theSw MBJM wever,.-ui- e Crown again 'the been counter ' -- o PrirtttifijghAs, Mrorak rs-r Ao At Cost. Antle for S250. The same party I have six new binders (Deering) also sold his farm near Glenville, to I. which I will sell at actual cost. F. Andrew for $810. G. W. Collins 18.3m J. H.Phelps, Jamestown, Ky. bought the Phelps place near Glenville, $700 J. V. Dudley sold his farm Eggs for Sale. near Crocus, to G. T. and C. W. Aaron ,for $2,200.. This last farm is one of White Wyandotte eggs for sale, at of the oldest surveys in in the county, it 75 cents per settingW. 15. Mrs. E. Harris, being a part of the tract on which Columbia, Ky. Isaac Wright, one of our pioneer setElzle Young bought a pair of tlers, laid a patent in 1822. mules from Mont Conover, Monday, for $325. Prwiuce Wanted. Bearfe a4 Fence f&Ls fw safe at will' buy country Bleat, lard, potaCveyJMesMwe. toes, eggs, chickens arMTeorn. : tf.. " T, 22 2t Jt. "Waf gener. Collins 35 acres for $700; C. W. Aaron sold a small tract near Crocus to Lis-to- n I - 7-- r W-- s J 5.THE' ADAIR .COUNTY NEWS ,5 mm 111 POWDER Absolutely Pure Made from Gream of Tarfar HO ALUM-NO . MonlrilIerv -- A INeatsburg. Farmers are very busy plowing and preparing for farming. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Beard have moved to their farm at this place. Julius Hatfield, who has been in school at the L W. T S , for several months, is at home. J. L Beard, of Boley, was in this neighborhood, last week, buying hogs; Miss Mattie Evans is spending this week with her brother, Mr. W. C. Evans, of Dunnville. ' Eld. 7 B Daniel filled his regular appointment here the fourth Sunday. Mr. A D. Tarter was in our midst last Saturday night and Sunday. --- Itfe v Here-Co- me rtM In-- See Mil Prof. Joe Calhoun, who is one of Adair county's most efficient teachers, will leave for Oklahoma in a few days G. W. Helm, who,had 'the misfortune to get his shop burned and a splendid set of tools damaged or destroyed by lire is erecting an excellent shop and will soon be ready for bus iness again. J. A. Williams, wife and little daughter, Cathrine, of Columbia, visited in this vicinity a few days last week. it - , PHOSPHATE Personals. Mr. W. I. Ingram was in the Louisville market last week. Dr. J. X MurreJl spent last week in Louisville. Mrs. W. B. Patteson is thought to be a little better. Mr. Frank Toliver, Lebanon, Tenn., is spending a few days in Columbia. Miss Sallie Coffey, who was quite sick for a week, was able to be outlast Saturday. Miss Alva Knight, Jamestown, who visited Mrs. J. A. Hill, returned home last week. Miss Bohannon, daughter of Mr. Alex Bohannon, is dangerously ill. Mr. Albin Murray is in Louisville Bert Epperson, who sold his farm a short time ago to J. V. Dudley, sold his personal property on March 29, and will move hia family to Columbia for a short stay. Mr. Epperson will leave for Iowa or some of the Northwestern states in a few weeks, where he will look himself out a home. John Calhoun and George Cook, who left a few weeks ago to try their fortunes in the "wild and wooly" West, both report themselves Well pleased with their respective locations. Luther Williams will go to Louis- s . Farmer's Fertilizer, sell The Bead Brands a complete Fertz value also higher. By Mr Coomer's shop. To your interest to buy early. U, L. Antle. 22-3- at 81.25 AnotKer commercial Si. 02 sell $1.30 Have cheaper, The New Type "Z 19 For Sale. Thoroughbred Barred Plymouth Rock ville in a few days with a view to replenishing his stock oU goods." A large crowd attended the Epperson sale here on March 29, and everything sold for its full value. Levi Kearns bought the farm known as the Jbby Kearns place for 8800 The personal effects of the.late Bev. C. M. Deener sold at public auction April the 1st. 1 have a good typewriter for sale. t T. E. Waggener. Fairbanks Morse FARM ENGINE Forv Farms, Mills or Shops. -- &s. Pen No. 1, 50 cents for !5eggs. Pen No. 2, 75 cents for 15 eggs. By Parcel Post 15" cents extra. W. D. 3 horse, power $60.00; 6 Hurray, Elkhorn, Ky. Eggs for Sale. S. C. Buff and White Leghorn Eggs for hatching. SI for IT. -- horse power $110.00 and others in proportion, all F. 0. B. Factory. They use cheap grade of Coal Oil or Gasoline if you prefeiv Why use gasoline when oil is so cheap. See one irr operation on nTTTH A P OTT , in The News Office. If you want an Engine call on Mrs. Nannie Biggs, 22-2- , 19-G- t. Coburg, Ky. PATTESON, J. IT.COLUMBIA, KY. ' 48"6M8"9"6""6"fr9"6"6 Q"Q6"0"9'6"frQ"Q"6'4"8"9 r Statement of the Ownership, Mara agement, Circulation etc., Required by the Act of August 24.-1912. this week. -- Mr. and Mrs. W. IV Hancock arrived from Louisville last Saturday afternoon. Mr. J. W. Burrice, an insurance agent of Campbellswlle, made his regular trip to Columbia last week. Mrs Tennie Bice, Eomine, visited, last week, at the home of her grandfather, Mr. B. F. Chewning. MissYic Hughes,, who visited her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Diddle, Logan county, returned home last week. Mr. J. E. Flowers was here from Lebanon a few days ago. Miss Dora Eubank, who has been teaching in Pendleton county, returned home the first of the week.' Mr. B. F. Chewning spent Saturday and "Sunday with his family here. Mrs. J. A. Young has been very sick for several days. Miss Leonora Lowe returned to Danville Monday. Mr. J. H. Richey and daughter, Miss Alleue, of Burkesville, are visiting in Columbia. Mr. B. H. Edmonds, of the Bussell County Advance, Bussell Springs, called to see us last Monday. . Miss Golda English, who lias been teaching in Pendleton county, has returned from Bowling Green Mrs W. E. Wagoner and her daughter. Miss Buba, returned Monday from a visit to friends in Campbells-- 1 ville. Messrs. B. F. Paull, Fred Hill and Miss Alice Walker went to Louisville last Thursday. Mr. Paull bought a fine machine and it is now at his home. Dr. T. F. Cleaver and wife, Mrs. Lou E. Carter and Miss Mary J. Courts, of Lebanon, came down in an auto a few days since and spent several hours with Miss Sallie Stewart. Mr. Clay Smith, who has been in school at Georgetown, returned home a few days ago. He has been afflicted with rheumatism for several weeks. Mrs. C. E Murphey, wife of Dr. Murphey, Finley, Taylor county, visited her mother, Mrs. M. E Durham and the family of her brother, Mr. F. Dodge Brothers WINTER. CAR Of The Adair County News published weekly at Columbia, KyM for Apr--1, 1916. LState of Kentucky, UOUNTY OF 4 for the State and county aforesaid,, personally appeared C S. Harris, whor having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is publisher and business man- ager of the Adair County News anr? that the following is, tb the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management,. etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the act of August 24, 1912r embodied in section 443, Postal Laws-anEegulations, 1. That the name and address off the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business manager is: the-Edito- "" ADAIR. Before me, a Notary Public, ) in andi r, to-wi- t: 4 4 Pub. The Adair County News Co. Columbia, Ky. Editor, C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky KA3IE OF P. O. ADDEESS-- - ROADSTER fSJ ft - - " " Bus. Mgr. C. S. Harris 2. That the owners are: (Give names and addresses of Individual owners, or. if a corporation, give its name and the names and addresses-o- f stockholders owning or holding T per cent, or more of total amount of. stock.) Tha Adair County News Co. C. S. Harris, Columbia, KyW. E. Harris, Columbia; Ky Mgr. Ed., C. S. Harris " " - ColumbiaT Ky. Mrs. C. S. narris, 3. That he known bondholders, H. Durham, last week. Mr. and Mrs W. S. Chapman, who have been living at Bradentown, Fla., for several years, have returned to their old home in this place. Their friends were glad to see them. Additional Locals. Mr. J. A. Bridgewater, of Lebanon, annonncsB the engagement of his daughter, Mary Ethel, to J. Walter Jeffew, of Frankfort. The wedding will take place in the early summer'. j. p. Beard paid $150 for a harness jBare a few days ago. mortgagees and other security holders, owning or holding 1 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 nextr above, giving the names of the "owners, shockholders, and security hold ers, if any, contain not only the list ijza& .! iiH stockholders and security holders The DODGE BROS., CAR, is.the best equipped Light appear upon the books of the company, but also, in cases where Market,' Electric Lights and Car on has ail or security holder appears-upo-n the books of the company High Pricett.Cars. We wifi of Improved or in any other fiduciary re- lation, the name of the person or corcorrespond with you, if them or be glad to poration for whom such trustee is actiBest-Car- " ng, is given: also that the said two you Made for $805.00 delivered here. paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and) . belief as to the circumstances and con- ditions under which stockholders holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in &. capacity other than that of a bona, fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation hass any interest direct in or indirect hrs Dirigo. H. M. Campbell has been on the which belonged to Melvin Petty at the said stock, bonds, or other secur- isick list for the past week, but is some Picnic, last Saturday, to satisfy an ties than as so stated by him. A horse belonging to Wiley Spoon better at this writing. C. S. Harris, Editor and Mgrr execution The remainder of the died one day last week. Corn is now selling at 90 cents per Sworn to and' subscribed before me goods in the store were then levied on Allen Wooten sold a cow and calf to bushel ia this section. This is one this 23rd day of March, 1916. year in which the hill farmer will get to satisfy debts which the CumberJ. C. Royse for $60. seal;: Jo S. Knifley. Mrs. Nonie Petty.has been very sick to sell corn to the creek farmers. land Grocery has against "Mr. Petty. Notary Public Adair Counfcy,.Ky Sheriffs. H: Mitchell and bis depfor the past f ewweeks. My commission expiree March 8th. - Mrs. Eldridge Stotts-ion the sick uties, Clyde Crenshaw'ana Nat Walk- It is also reported that the post office -' 1930. er, sold a portion ottbe stock.pfgoods at Picnic will be dleoeatinued soon. Itet at tbis writing. 4 o' y as-the- the Starter, - the Features demonstrate want the the as-trust- ee -- RTJSSELT; fe GO. A.QTS. -- and-securit- "8"Qfr"8"6"8 "8'49"8'84"6QQ'6"6 . s -- j$T .t THE3ADAIR COUNTY NEWS fariience Phone 13 B Budnes Phoe 18 A M DR. J. N, MURRELL DENTIST ." Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g ' ." up, Stairs. - Mr FeftPOWLS WANTED 4 -- STANDING GUARD ' ggsw S7.5fc TO $3.00 W. T. H0DGEN, EC$ Ky. Campbelisville, OVER THE Columbia, . J. B. Stone v- - - Kentucky J. H. Stone HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Co Iumbia. All Classes of Dental work done. Crow d&e WHOLE FAMIIY SAVE $20:00- - NOW 'H $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma $75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand Wnwi exaZl Qtdetfag lhe laxative tablet with the pleasant taste Protects eveiymemberof the and Inlay work a Specialty. Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's All Work Shoe Store 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 & family from Constipation-th-e enemy of good health We have the exclusive selling rights for this great laxative I I 1 I A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Stratton Business College Louisville, Ky. TIN WORK. I am prepared to do any kind of fin Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c. .make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other Th Ift&xaSiL Store Year For Only $1.35 PAULL DRUG CO. Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is This will Mrs. June Wbite and little grand I lucky $10,000,000. It Is issued every Thursday, subscripson, visited John f. White, of mean that Kentucky will have tion price L0O per year, and it is one of The singing at white Oak last Dunnvilie, last week. the best home metropolitan weekfie" of tomore miles of good roads than day. It has all the facilities of the great Saturday night, conducted by Henrv Collins was through any other State according to DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnine the thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call world's events, and for that reason can Prof. Kearnes, was a success. . this part buying lambs last week wealth and population. The .giue you all the leading news. It carries at my shop if you need anythin6inmy Mrs. Solomon Royse has been Prices ranging from 7c to 8c. bonded debt does not increase a tarries a great omount of valuable farm ' matter, crisp editorirls and reliable Sallie L. Shepherd is on the the county tax levy, which is line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. quite sick for the past few days. market reports. Its numerous deMr. Jim N. Conover has sick list this week. limited by act of the Legislature, Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. partments make It a necessity 'to every bought several hogs m this .secW. H. Wheat was in Colum- but enables the people to good ome, farm or business man. S. E. Bridgwaters, Ihi3 grand oiler is limited and we advise tion in the past few days, paying bia Monday. roads instead of miserable mud yon to take advantage by subscrib'ng for J. O. White sold to T. W. trails during this generation. a good price. the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to Rrof. J. L. Frye, of Jabez, Wheat one calf for $27.50. Nothing will do more for the DENTAL OFB1CH The Adair County News, Mrs. Cassie White is confined prosperity of the farmer nor the fcpent a . couple of nights with your correspondent, recently. Columbia, Ky. to her bed with lagrippe. advancement of education and Dr. T. W. Wheat sold one milch civilization than good results There was singing at Freedom last Sunday, conducted by Prof. cow to Henry Goodin for $50. It is hard to realize when we P. M. Roberts made a business look back upon the small beginGarden Reese. Every body reDENTIST ports a good time. trip to Campbellsville last week. nings of this movement when PAXJXJL. DRUG CO. OVER Miss Maud Roy is visiting her Thera Brockman and family Senator Bosworth, Senator Wyatt " this have returned from Illinois. at Campbellsville, sister Land Owners Attention. and the editor of the News "and a Columbia, Ky. week. Alvira Bean is confined to his few kindred spirits campaigned T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do We are sorry to learn of the bed with a seve re attack of la- - the State for a constitutional Jyour Surveying correctly. OFFICE PHON1 RES PHONE 3D. death of Mrs. T. J. Bryant and grippe. permit amendment which would He has thirty-thre- e years express our sympathy to the beState aid and a majority to carry experience. Charges rea- 'I Roy. James Tripiett I Surveying sonable. Phone write 74 reaved husband and children. Mr. J. T. McElroy, is seriously WELL DRILLER ill at this writing. He is a victim of heart trouble. I will drill wells in Adair and Mr. Omef Roy visited at Mr. adjoining counties. See me be T. B. Fitch's receritly. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Floyd were Latest im- the pleasant guests of Mr. and fore contracting. Mrs. J. C. Bryant last Sunday. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. -- Safe Medicine for Children. Is a bonded debt that there was 1 r me a Call. x J. - C. YATES ... , 5 Iv. - 't ' f rection and supervision than in the whole history tf the ComAvoid Spring Colds,. ,' Kentucky will Eye Specialist Sudden changes, high ttlhds, shifc-'in- monwealth but seasons cause colds and lagrippe, construct more miles of high ,, Special attention given Diseases of.all and these spring colds are annoying class highways than, any State Domestic Animals and dangerous and are likely to turn in the South or in the whole into chronic summer cough In such Counting the , Office at Residence, r mile of town.on cases take a treatment of Dr. King's United States, aid law and the bonded New Discovery, a pleasant Laxatives State' Jamestown roadt ' debts of the counties already Tar Syrup It soothes the the cold and helps break up an voted for roads, there is now Phone 114.G. attack of grippe. Its already pre- available for construction some- Columbia, Ky. pared, no mixing or fussing. Just thing like $6,000,000. This is ask your druggist for a bottle of Dr. beginning. King's New Discovery. Tested and however, just the tried for over 40 years. Paull Drug Since the Court of Appeals has Adv decided that only a majority of & Stone, Co. the votes cast in a county is necTarter. essary to carry a bond proposi.,Attoney-At-li, Columbus Macanally.purchased tion some forty or fifty more counties have already ordered si milch cow.f rom J. 0 White. Wilf ra3ke m q Mrs. Martha White has been an election and tliere will be confined to her room, with a more to follow. It would .be out ' this and adjoakg wouatie.' slight stroke of paralysis in her of reason to say that by the first of Aucrust there would be avail- mouth and left side. JimsU'wji, Kenticky : ' able for road construction in Ken- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. "Wheat, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist g cough,-check.- H. Jones the first question the beginning which would in to be considered when buying cough less than ten years convert Kenmedicine for children. Chamberlain's backCough Eemedy has long been a favor- tucky from one of the most s of young children as ward States in the Union in the ite contains no opium or other narcotic, construction of good roads to one it and may be given to a child as confi oi the leading btates is this ma dently as to an adult. It is pleasant terial development. Younger to take, too, which is of great imporeditance when a medicine must be given men like Col. McBryde, the Mrs. B. O. Hurt is just recov- to young children This remedy is tor of the times; Mr. R. E. Woods Give ering from a severe spell' of most effectual tin relieving coughs, and Commissioner Terrell have colds and. croup. For sale by Paull pushed this work to its glorious grippe. ' Adv. Mr. LawrenceJRoy sold to J. Drug Co success but there is nothing in hogs the life of the editor of the News N. Conover a nice bunch of Kentucky to the Front. which we can review .with more recently. satisfaction than that h,e aided Mr. Johnnie Bryant has plant; This year will mark the most in the borning of this movement ed a very large amount of Irish good for the betterment and advancepotatoes. We wish him success. pronounced progress in road building in Kentucky. There ment of- - the State. E. Town Your scribe is expecting F. B. will not only be more splendid News. Simmons to go fishing soon as the ' rturnpikes built under State di with-mother- "Is it safe?" or T. f . Faulkner, Columbia. Ky. C. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON pii -- ft Special Poll-evi- Attnetfon to Eyes fair-price-s weather permits. Insomnia,. . fc l, Spavin or any surFistulo, I am gical work done at well fixed to take care of atock. Mor-e- y due when work is done or atocV removed from atables. Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep more or less, and is often Eat a light Lhe cause of insomnia. supper with little if any meat; and no milk; also take one of Chamberlain's Tablets "immediately after supper, and see if you do not rest much better. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Adv. u LOCATION-SE- AR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREET. If there's a dozen children in the family, the neighbors pity the wife, but if there are no children the neighbors pity the i0 - a A FEW DROPS POULTRY BOURBON CURE. Hakes Hens In the drinkinzrwater Lay Amazingly Stone husband. One swallow does not make a spring, but one grasshopper can. Spring hats and bills are bilizing. mo- Cares Roup, Colds, Cholera. Lfmberneck Prevents Sickness. One 50c hottlo makc3 12 gallons-o- t medicine. At or by mall postpaid. Valuable pgultry book: free. ftOBMON ROKfY.CiaHstoB, Ij. g-gists w. - A GREAT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. -- per now costing cent, more than before the European war. Keep well, it's lees expensive. 100 to 2,000 Don't eet sick. Drugs are The daily Evening Post on year, Home and Farm one year, And a beautiful 191& Calendar, And Th Adair Couafcy Nws, ...W. AH fee only.. ....... ... .v. 9 , ' t' i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Owensby. ! J J J J J Saved Girl's life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Black-Draugh- I J 2 J J Jj J 2 2 J J 2 C Rev. I. M. Grimsley filled his t," writes ceived from the use of Thedford's regular appointment at Mt. VerMrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. non the 3rd Sunday. He also "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, taught 5 nights of singing last Hver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht week. saved my little girl's life. When she, had the measles, M. Li. Owens is progressing they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's JJ Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no W nicely with his new store house. " Mr. Owens is erecting it on the more trouble. I shall never be without ground purchased from Sa B. Collins. He will erect a dwell- I have re- - Ths farmers are making good use of the pretty weather. S. B Collins sold ayoung mare to Sen Antle'for $140. Stomach Trouble S 1. - W M. r xirea our. ane ngnt Kina or a tonic 13 what is needed. A few meals, well digested, will furnish natural strength. That is what a tonic will do for you. It will start the stomach goin right. Then the stomach will take care of itself. PE-RU-N- A PfJ Jm "Most eases. stomach troubles are not dls-- J The stomach Is simply weak. WG&M Good the Year 'Round Always Ready-to-Tak- e ea 2 V n ) ing in the near future. Misses Cora and KittieiCelsey, BLACK-DRAUG- HT of Glensfork, spent one night last week with Mrs. Mary J. Long, while en route to the fuin my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- neral of their cousin, Mrs. Orvil ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar bunch of hogs from H. L Wade, Rugby. Holt. of Irvin's Store. ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, Sam Aaron sold a young Jack Mr Ben Kimble, of Russell Wes Sparks was at Red Lick p to reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. ' Springs, was here on business 0. C. Kimbler for $400. last Monday. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Those who have been on the' Mrs. Birdie Sparks is on the Saturday." Mr. Bryant Wilson, of Jabez, Draught It is a medicine of known mejit Seventy-fiv- e sick list and no better are: Mrs sick list this week. was here on business Saturday. Cris Kerns, Jim Franklin, aunt The farmers are all busy cleanyears of splendid success proves its value. Good for J. R. Lu.trell is at Louisville Nancy McFarland and daughter, ing off corn ground, breaking this week buying goods. young and old. For sale everywhere.. Price 25 cents. Mr. Willie McFarlanrt, of CathDollie. ground and sowing oats. erine, was here oh business Tuesbought Ben Fred Knight has Hurrah for the writer from Allen's store house and stock of Purdy. He put the entire road day. Bradshaw sold nice cow goods. As Fred is a young man question in a few words. Let's to Atha Clate Go3ser, ofa Dorena. Mr. just beginning in the business all work for good roads. Mr. Andy Stephens, of Sunworld, we hope he will meet shine, was here on business, SatRuel Shives and Shelby Royse urday. with success. Ben is building are on the sick list this week. another house and is supposed J. H. Janes, who left here a - L. A. Hatfield and family took their departure Friday, for Ran-tou- l, will put goods in it. So it is to short time a 111. io with his family We wish them a hapbe seen that stores in this neck for Illinois, is back, a poorer but py and prosperous future. of the woods are not quite a3 wiser man. He reports that II John S. Bryant left Friday scarce as hen's teeth. for Indiana. He is a young man linois is full and running over in years, although he has a wide Since our last communication with hands. experience, having served a term Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire the stork has visited the followSam Hayser who fell down in the U. S. army. ing: The wife of Stant Malone, down stairs three weeks ago and and Barbed Wire at 20 per cent. less than Mr. Henry Aaron, of Dena son; the wife of Tink Clayton, came near breaking his neck, is mark, has accepted the position Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed a daughter; the wife of Kube store keeper at distillery No. Helm, a son; and the wife of able' to stir around and is going fas Rubber Roofing at less than Market. He is 89. Green Kean, a son. to make a crop above Glenville. Hollis Smith was in Casey selling a great many articles in these lines Your scribe and family visited county on business, Wednesday. The school at Jamestown closed Bryant Meece was at Russell at less than wholesale price. Write for Friday, the 24th. The enter- last week at W, S. Picketts, near Springs, on business, Saturday. tainment Friday night was a suc- Pyrus, and found that the farprices. Mr. James Smith, of Windsor,- mers there are sowing lots of was here on business, Saturday. cess and largely attended. Prof. y All Wheat Ground should be Rolled Bernard, Miss Throope and Miss oats and are fixing for a large M. T. Wilson has purchased a Thurman a?e all fine teacher?, tobacco crop. They have a pros- farm near Dorena, Pulaski counBefore Seeding. and a good school is always the perous Sunday School that has ty. He will locate there soon. Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up gone on all winter. W. S. Pick- He is one of our best citizens, result. This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 On March 20, 1916, the grim ett is Superintendent. and will be greatly missed. Dr. Miller, our efficient Health Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50.. Reaper entered the home of Mr. F. H. Austin, our efficient jewand Mrs. Conda Cundiff, and Officer, visited his small pox eler, was at Decatur on BusMason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c. Quarts 45c. claimed for his own their loving patients here last Tuesday and iness, Tuesday. Haif Gallons 70c. daughter, Nina? aged 2 years, 3 found them all improving with Bert Butcher and wife spent months and 20 days. Nina was no new cases. Hope it will, soon Sunday in Casey county. International Harvester Company's 8 Disc a bright little girl and was sick all be stamped out. , Atha Bradshaw was at Eli on ; Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure Spread- Mrs. Lena Thompson has re- Business, Wednesday. about a week. All that loving fers at 25 per cent, off wholesale prices. I. hands and medical skill could do turned from an extended visit at was done, but to no avail, for Price's creek. H. C. Prices. Potatoes are scarce, but only God saw best to call her to the International Harvester Company's Disc home prepared for his little chil- 60c perbushel. Dock Rupe and family visited dren. She leaves a father, mothHarrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent. less er grandfather, sisters, brothers at Gradyville last week. than I. H. C. Prices. Prices good while Elroy Rupe has moved from and other friends. Funeral serstock lasts vices were held by Rev. J. K. P. here to Willie Yarberry's, near Aaron, after which the remains Toria. We also sell the Superior Wheat Drills, the Mrs. Frances Rupe, who has h (Oliver Chilled Plows the farmers best friend, & were laid to rest in the Collins been confined to her bed for the graveyard. Bellvue Disc Harrows and Walter A. Wood x On March 14th. Mrs. Rachel past two months with a compli' , Smoothing Harrows. & Lloyd, wife of Rev. C. C. Lloyd, cation of diseases, is able to be fejjafiMBpJBSSSSSSSSPSSSSSSSSSjg S2SeHHBpB(pejejejpjefclaj who lived at Rowes X Roads, up. - Yours For Your Good Wiil, Houston Strange visited T died after a short illness. Mrs. Mrs. "Joe" Cleveland Bay. Breeding last week. Lloyd was about 25 years old, a at -This celebrated Stallion will George Jesse, of Columbia, is member of the Christian church. putting down a well for G. W. make the season of 1916 at my Leaves a husband and 3 small barn 4h miles south of Columbia, Curry this week. children. She was buried at the and li miles west of Gadberry Lloyd place, near Rowena. on Pettits Fork creek, and will A Go6d 'Family Cough Syrup. 3. B. Collins has been awardserve mares at $7.00 to insure a Can be made by mixing Pine-Ta- r ed the contract to furnish lum- Aconite, Sugar, Hyoscyamus, Sassa living colt. He has proven to be ber for the new Methodist church fras, Peppermint, Ipecac, Rhubarb, a good breeder. Mandrake, Capsicum Muriate Ammo at Jamestown. JOE is a dark bay, 16 hands nia, Honey and Glycerine It Is pleas- high, heavy built, good style, has Rev. Wallace, the Methodist ant, healing and soothing, raises the I Cumb. Main 9 141 circuit rider on the Jamestown phlegm, and gives almost instant re- the best of eyes, feet and legs; Rates PH0E- - Home Cify 2291 charge, was a pleasant visitor at lief. For convenience of those who and in fact a perfect model in Mt.Ternon on Saturday even- prefer not to fuss', it is supplied ready every respect.' He is the best ing of last meeting, Bro. Wal- made in 25c bottles under name of and quietest work horse I ever "SAFETY FIRST" Can be had saw, and a fine driver for womlace and Bro. Grimsley are old Dr. Bell's at Paull Drug Co. Insist on getting en with perfect safety, so he friends and doubtless enjoyed Dr. Bell's Pinear-Hone-y and see meeting. needs no further introduction. that the formula is on the package. Adv. Money due when colt is foald-e- d. Spring. Air care will be taken to Fonihill. -,. "In f he Heart of LouI5vIIIe" Spring, is looked upon by maay as prevent accidents but notrespon the most delightful ra&aoa. of 'the :y ear Mr. John Iryin was at Dunn-vill- e sible should they occur. ' CONVENIENCES but this cannot be Slid of. the rheuTELEPHONES IN on business Monday. JOE was sired by Cleveland matic. The cold and damp weather brings on rheumatic pains which are Mr. W. A. Yates, of Edmon- Bay, and his first dam was a Lex"" . anything but pleasant. They can be ton, wtsliere.on business Satur- ington. Call and see my horse . - EUROPEAN PLAN , relieved, however, by applying if interested or pboae bm. Liniment. Ofotaiaalife at day. Louisville, Ky. PaullDrug Co. Chestnut'Bef. 4tti and 5th Mr. Bert Butcher bough a nice WILLJOHNON. Adr. There is no use of writing a new prescription every time a remedy is needed for a weak stomach. No use ne oia, weu-triwhatever. remedies, put up on pur- pose for such cases, are a great deal better than an off hand prescription. Peruna is the remedy that people have relied upon ior a great many years. It is ready to take, composed of pure drugs, of uniform strength and composition. Not an experiment. Peruna is a substantial, household remedy, with forty years of splendid history behind It In 'buying Peruna you take no risk. Tou know what you are getting. . '2 XXOZA &'J?jrZm 2 S Black-Draug- ht fi m J 2 2 J 2 U-- 3 Woodson Lewis NOTICE. ' ' - Woodson Lewis, ! GEEENSBURG, KY. f -- 50-75-1.- 00 vt Pine-Tar-Hon- Hotel Watkiris ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODE- RN -- -- Cham-rberlain- 's J 8 THE1ADAIR COUNTY NEWS KT7H For the Season of 9 6 - - - Mlh :ir 1 1 'I' I will Offer For Public Service ;KOBLE PEACOCK No. 6828 A. S. H. R,. rOtO.OO N . to Insure a Living Colt . . .. . fX ; 77W I . r 1916 :n fj v- 1916 . ? - Ml - ! "' , , tr-- - t o Noble is a Beautiful Bay with star and hind feet white. Is 15 34 hands high, has fine head and a Beautiful, long goose neck that comes of his weathers in the Peacock style. He is extremely fine from end to end. He carries a wonderful waterspout tail, goes the five gaites correctly, fast and in Brilliant form, everything considered, is the most attractive horse of the present time. Those owning good mares and want to breed to a very fine horse should not overlook this fine horse. His colts are evidence of his breeding, the .best colts of any Iforse in Southern Last year his colts wore the Blue Tie from sucklings to 2yearalds:' They were shown at Columbia., Horse Cave, Glasgow, Tompkinsville, and at the State Fair, at Edmonton, Cy. They were always in" the money. His colts are large and fine and about one.Jiali ofcthem are chestnut color. He marks them nicely and puts on 3 coats of paint, Noble Peacockr6828, by "Jordan" Peacock, No. 1L48, he by Peacock .f9,s he-bBlue Jeans, No. 3. Jordan's dam, Lena Rivers,No. 760 sHe hJCabbeirs Lexington, 3234, he by Gist's Blackhawk. Noble's dam by Artist Jewel, 882, he by,2hd Jewel, 84, he byjeweh Denmark; 70. Noble's 2nd dam by Artist, 75he by King William, 67; Artist's dam, Lucy, No. 50. Noble's 3rd dam by Counselor", yduxan see froni the pedigree there is no better bred horse than Noble Peacock. DESCRIPTION: 4 Ken-tuck- y. - "n (n n n y p -- fp v m m -- n -- 'v n Eight Big Mammoth Jacks 8 Jacks and will stand, just as many of them as will take to accommodate all that come. to wait, or go. home and come back some other time. You witt - n . m T n not have in ,JfK r JACK NO. ONE. At the head of this great herd of Jacks is Highway, 8 years old last October, 15 hands 'high and has sired more first-clas-s mules than any Jack that was ever in Adair county. A number I JACK NO, THREE. Is Kentucky's bsst 3 years old, 15 hands high. Sired by Highway and first dam by Gov. St. John; 2nd dam by Imp Leon, 15 hands, 3rd dam by Terry's Liberty. n ,m of his colts has sold as high as $125.00 at weaning time and $440 a pair at 2 years old and he is the surest Jack I have ever seen. ' He was aired by L. ,W. Preston's fine Jack Highway at Glasgow, Ky., and he by Napoleon a 16 hand Jack at Lexington that sold for $1,500.00. Highway's dam was by Gov. St. John, a 161 s Wood, one of the best Jack and he was hand Jacks that is living or dead. Highways 2nd dam was by Hubbies Brignolia a $1,500. Blue-Grasby-Go- v. JACK NO. FOUR. Is George Washington, he by Gov. Wood, Dam by Imp Leon. 3 years old, 15J hands by Black Diamond JACK NO. FIVE. Is Happie Jack 15 hands, 4 year old, and as fine as split silk. This Jack won the Red Ribbon at the Columbia Fair last August, show-s ed some mules last year. first-clas- JACK NO. TWO. A black Jack 16 hands. 4 yearsold and the Jack that won the Blue Ribbon at the Columbia Fair last Au61 hands high, 4 years. gust. Choice is Black with white points. Ears 36 inches from tip to" tip of ear. 118 inches from tip to root of tail. 72 inches round girth, 22 inches round the arm. 16 inch 2.2 inches round the hock and knee. 28 inches at stifled-join- t. 3 shoe. wears a No. Choice was sired by Highway dam by the Sam Akens Jack, 4 miles west of Greensburg, Ky., a Jack that sold for $900.00. Choice 2nd dam by Terry's Liberty, a Jack that sold for $1,200. Is Kentucky's choice. 1 JACK NO. SIX. Is Jack O 'Diamonds 5 years old, sired by G. Y. Thompson's 16 hand Jack and Dam by Gov. St. John, a 14 hand Jack. This Jack has shown some Extra mules, some of them 14 hands at weaning time. JACKS NO. SEVEN AND EIGHT. Is 2 years old, by Highway and well broken and under gQod control. My Jacks are all been in the breeding business 38 years,, and know how to handle them. If you want the best come to my place and you will get it. Fee $10. for mare mule and $8 for horse mule, due when colt is foaled or mare traded. Pasture at 50 cents per week or fed at cost of feed. All care will be taken, but not responsible for any accidents. Black-Diamon- I have roTT Kami. Stock Grady ville, Ky 1 - "Nw