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Last Tuesday afternoon Mr. Wyatt Conover, sou of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Conover, and Miss Ila Epperson, daughter of Mr. T. J. Epperson, surprised their friends by driving to the residence of Rev. W. R. Wagoner, who joined the couple in wedlock while they were seated in their buggy. The groom is a salesman in Parger Bros., store, and has many friends throughout the county, all of whom will be glad to learn that he has been happily wedded to the young lady of his choice. The bride has been a popular school teacher, and is a favorite in the neighborhood where she was reared. Miss Virginia Conover, cousin of the groom and Mr. Willed Squires4 were From a Native. I Childrens Day Exercises. AttractiVeJiome Wedding. the attendants. lb is our understanding that the couple will at once go to housekeeping in Columbia. Every man, woman and child should see "The Battle Cry of Peace" Saturday, July 1st, afternoon and night. 34-2- b. Mabbed. Friday evening Walter Goil stabbed by Jack Young in the right breast. The trouble occurred on the pike near the Christian church. As we are informed no one witnessed the trouble and we do nob know the particulars. Mn Young was arrested and pub in charge of a guard. The wound is not so serious as was at first thought and Mr. Goff will probably be out in a few days. Mr. Young will be given an exam- ing trial nest Saturday week, at which time the facts will be brought out. He is on bond in the sum of lUasb was Bowling Green, June 24, 1916. One of the largest gatherings that Editor "News: has come together for a long time at I see in this week's issue an article Jamestown, assembled last Sunday that made me feel personated, hence night week. It was "Children's Day," you will find enclosed ?1 for the News. and perhaps as many as fifty children I can't do without ib at all, as I see so assisted by a few grown! persons, parmuch about my dear ones in my na- ticipated in the, exercises! , tive county, where I spent my happy Every seat in the Christian church childhood days, and I never shall for- was taken and many had to stand get how kind the people of Columbia from the beginning until 'the closing. were to me and my dear brother 3 All who took part acquitted themyears ago, when his spirit took its selves admirably, and frequentflight to. the far away land, and some ly announced next morning that it of them have gone to join him since. was one of the best entertainments, I often think of cousin Bill Walker of its character, ever presented to as good a boy as ever lived, who reaudience. " cently passed over the river, and two Everything was done in order. The lone sisters, but the guardian angel singing was inspiring, the' recitations and the good people of Columbia watch splendid. In fact, every thing was over them. I could mention so many done in a way to be appreciated. who have endeared themselves to me, There were so many who took part but time and space won't admit. that it is impossible for us to particI will say something about our won- ularize. The exercises were opened derful crop of strawberries that we with an appropriate prayerljy Mr. W. have just shipped from here 370 cars S. Knight. 400 crates to the car $2 per crate. You see quite a sum of money came If you fear war and want to know into our county and town. There how to prevent its horrible conse have been a great many more planted quences, see "The Battle Cry of Peace" this spring, and will be twice as many Paramount Theatre Saturday, July 1st next year. We've had good rains and 34 25.- crops are fine Wheat and oats are short. Gardens are bountiful. The James Boys. I will close hoping Adair and News success and the railroad a go. Yours, The above is the title of a- play W. T. Flowers. which will be given at Glenville next Saturday night, July 1st. Twelve Mothers who love your sons and characters are represented in the play, daughters, see "The Battle Cry of and it will be the most thrilling enPeace," Saturday, July 1st, afternoon tertainment ever given in that place b and night. The best talenb in the Glenville community has been engaged, and the Big Deal. management feels sure that everyit-wa- s Miss. Mat Davis 'and Mr. Willie R. Feese were married last Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's cousins,,Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tupman. tMissl Pink Callison was maid of honor. Her dress was of white taffeta ith, pointed tunic of net. She carried a boquet of ferns and pink roses. The groom was attended by his cousin, Mr. John Smith. Seats are now on sale for the "BatThe bride wore a dress of white georgette crepe and carried a shower tle Cry of Peace" at L. M. Young's boqueb of roses and sweeb peas. Mrs. Get them while there is a choice. Tupman played the wedding march. A Message From Senator James. They received many handsome Dr. W. G. Hunter left Louisville this (Tuesday) morning for Colum bia, and will come prepared to en ter into the railroad deal. Adair county is ready, and . next week we hope to be able to be in posi tion to announce to the public that a contract has been made and that the road will be built. "The Battle Cry of Peace" showing America's unpreparedness, Adair County July 1st, afternoon and night. Saturday, Teacher's Institute. The Adair County Teacher's Institute for 1916, will, convene at the Lindsey-Wilson school building on Monday, July 24, at 9 a. m. Prof. E. C. McDougle, of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal will be chief instructor. He will be assisted by Prof. J. W. Ramsey, of Catlettsburg, Ky., who will lead the music and give - 3i-2- special work in seventh and eighth grade teaching. These two men are both live wires in their profession, and we expect a great institute. All teachers and persons holding certificates of any kind are required by law to attend the full term of the inTobias Huffaker, Supt stitute. 8500. It is reported that Campbell Oliver, a colored man, met with a stroke of paralysis lasb Monday. well-know- n .New Way to Secure a $5.00 Rug. I have some fine 35,00 rugs which a customer can get one or more almost am sending out numbered gratis. postal cards, and the amount each cash customer pays in is punched. When five dollars worth of goods is purchased, presenb your card and $1.48 and I will give you a rug. T. E. Waggener, Columbia, K7. I 35-- 2 -- There was a balance of 89,000 due on the new Christian church building, at Campbellsville, last Sunday fore-- , noon. That amount had to be paid before the dedicatory sermon. The members and other persons wh'o Vere in sympathy with the denomination, in a very short time, subscribed eleven thousand dollars. While Mr. Geo. H. Gowdy abhors notoriety of any kind, it is well enough for the public to know that he contributed 87,5oo to the building of this edifice, though he is nob a member of the Christian Church nor any .other church His mother was an ardent member of ihisenomlnation, and naturally Mr Gowdy is in sympathy with Jt. Mr. L. Akin, of Sparksville, grew some very fine Saplin Clover this sea son. He had on exhibition here a few days ago, a sample of the crop f which was four feet four and inches high. He had in 2 acres. From one seed 48 stalks sprung. one-hal- Harry Lazarus & Co , will be here Monday to buy mules, 14 hands 1 inch to 16 hands high. for malicious shooting was dismissed by the persons making the chanre on the grounds tnat tne wom an at whom he was accused of shooting, iras of unsound mind and the charge groundless. 53erVWeU be singing at Hutchison beginning the first Sunschoel-hous- e July, In the afternoon, at l day in o'clock. It will be conducted by Darnell Broe., Cabbell and Rogers. , All parties who owe me by note or account must settle at once. 1 need The charge against Press Huddles-to- n U the Ksoty and must' have it. 34.it. Jwse Murrell. 9, ItMkfiri. Will the person who has the book, "Boanceof Billy Goat Hill" from & State Library, pleaee return it at w the book must be returned to Librarian. body will be pleased. Admission, 10 and 15 cents, the proceeds to go to a fund being gotten up to purchase an large truck cars and two smaller ma- organ for the Methodist Church. Come, chines to Mr. Noe, of Bradfordsville, every body. who will succeed. Mr. Myers as mall contractor .between Columbia and Bakery in Columbia. Campbdllsville. The deal takes effect the first of July. Mr. Myers has Jo Nance, an experienced baker, given entire satisfaction to trie govhas opened a bakery inthebasement ernment and also the traveling public. Russell & Co., and will It takes quite a sum of money to pay room of theweek to supply the town be ready this of Mr. Myers for his outfit. Columbia with fresh bread, cakes, pies, etc. Give him a call, satisfaction Notice. guaranteed. v t. Men who have Automobile troubles call at J. M. Kearne'a machine shop and garage He has Mr. Wade Helm Mr. R. W. Shirley, who lives near now ready to adjust any auto' trouble Milltown, is fearful that he will lose that may come, before him. He is a the sight of his lef b eye. He. was refirst-clas-s garage workman. iWe are cently in Louisville where he consultalso prepared to accommodate any ed specialists, tub they gave him but man or any job that can be done, in a little encouragement. He' was in Co." shop. Give- lis a call. accompanied ' t lumbia last Wednesday informed The by Mrs. Shirley, and he News that his eye had been giving The Cane YalleyBrass Band, made him considerable pain for several days. up of twelve of the best young men in His friends would be glad to hear of that, town, played for the opening of the sight being restored. Nell & Son's show last Friday night. The music was highly appreciated, Brick Tor Sale. not only by the show going people, but by the entire town of 'Columbia. I have serveral thousand hard brick for sale at 81.00 per hundred. U. M. Grider, Craycraft, Ky. The new Christian church building at Campellsville was dedicated last Oscar Harrison, Jr-- i twenty-nin-e Sunday, an immense crowd of people being present. The church was built years old, a promising young lawyer, at an expense of $25,000 and ib is one was killed by thugs in Louisville one nf the handsomest in the State. Eld. night last week. His father is a son W, G. Montgomery, who was born of Wm. F. Harrison, who in his life and reared a few miles from Columbia,, time was a prominent merchant of is the pastor. Ib was a big undertak- Albany, Ky. The dead man was a ing to raise twenty-fiv- e thousands dol- great nephew of the late Matilda Winlars, bub through the untiring efforts frey, of this place. of the pastor and some of the .memThe barn and barn lot owned by Mr. bers, the money was secured. Ib is E. W. Reed, situated back of his resian ornament to the town of .Campmubellsville, being beautiful in design, dence, has been secured by the designated as the nicipal board and is and is very handsomely furnished. Columbia Pound. A 11 stray stock will up by the marshal and placed Nell & Son opened their picture be taken said pound and securely kept unbil show lasb Thursday night, a crowded in charges and house being present. The machine the owner calls, payfl takes same into his possession. was operated to perfection, and the pictures and plays good. S. E. Hunt, who is a State road inspector, and who arrestI lost my umbrella. Would be glad ed at Jamestown and carried to Campto get ib. Will Dohoney." . bellsville, charged with an offense against the Commonwealth, is in the Mr. "W. B. Bo we received a letter Taylor county jail, awaiting bond. from Temple, Texas, a few dajs ago Bond has been given and Mr. Hunt is stating that Mr. M. C. Elliott, who now in Russell county, at work. was known all over Cumberland county had recently died in that place. St. John's Day was appropriately .celebrated' by Hood Uaionic Lodge Mr. J. M. Ledbetter, who, was an last Saturday, '.mere were a number soldier, eighty years of visiting Masons present, good old, died in Taylor county last week. speeches being made, and an abundSeme years ago he" frequently passed ance of dinner. On account of urgent through Columbia, going to Cumber-lan- d business several speakers who were expected were detained at home. oewfcft where he once lived. Messrs. W. R. Myers & Son have sold their It is our understanding that 35-2- Gaither Bryant, who was a galConfederate soldier, was in Colant lumbia last Wednesday, the first time for many months. He is now seventy-seve- n years old, and for some time he has been unable to leave his home on account of rheumatism. He underwent many hardships during the civil war, but he does nob often refer to the record he made during that bloody strife, a record of honor and daring deeds of a heroic soldier. Gen. Jo Lewis under whom Mr. Bryant fought, speaking of him, said in this town upon one occasion, that he was the most fearless man he ever saw, and to every bugle call to fall in line, he was willing and ready. Mr. Mr J. E. Humble, of Russell Springs, was here last Thursday with his son, John E. Humble, who was en route for Leitchfield, in. answer to a tele- At the close of the St, Louis con vention ab which the Presidenb and were by acclamation, a fact without parallel in American history and which has but one interpretation, "Well done thou good and faithful servants," Senator James sent the following message back to Kentucky through the delegation from this state. "When you get home boys," said Ollie M. James to a number of Ken. tucky delegates, who had appeared to congratulate him on his speech; the great denomstation that was accorded him and the manner in which he had acquitted himself as the permanent chairman of the convention, "Tell every democrat you meet to lay aside his fational feelings, if he is unfortunate enough to have any, and to get on his toes for Wilson and Marshall and his democratic candidate for Congress and remain on his toes, showing no quarter and holding every advantage legitimately gained until the fight is ended in victory on November 7th." Cincinnati Enquirer June 18. This message ought to be heeded especially by the Senator's friends in ,this district, where a contest is pending for the Congressional nomination against a man who has consistently ab all times endeavored to uphold the hands of the Presidenb and which contest is not calculated to increase Kentucky's majority or Insure her electoral vote for Wilson. Adv. If you want a good price for your mules bring them to Columoia next Monday. Harry Lazarus and Co., will be Tiere. Jurors in Russell Circuit Court. Vice-President The following gentlemen make up the jurors for. the presenb ternr of trie-Riissel- i' - 35-3- 34-3f- c. . was-recentl- y . circuit'.court, including those gram received from his brother, Alon- - who were summoned, as reserves: zo, who is a member of the State . GBAiD JURORS. Guards, and who has been ordered to S. B. Collins, Uriah Dunbar, A. G. the front. The younger Humble goes Coffey, J. S. Dickerson, L. R. Holder, to Leitchfield .to remain with his Dillard Aaron; Wolford Wilson, Luther. brother's family while the latter Is Miller, J. :S. VonLinger, H. C. Wilson, serving his country. Mr.J. E. Hum- Gr. F Eastham, John Antie. ble talked to his. son, Alonzo, while PETIT JURORS. here, and the former stated that the Mexicans engaged the-- United States "C. R. Dowell, B. O. Bernard, W. M; troops Wednesday, and that forty of Wilson, J. H. Phelp3, S. Rexroat, L. our men were killed, bub the Mexican C. Irwin, B. H. Hall, B. D. McFar-lanJeff Thomas, Ed Sullivan, G. D. command was routed. Conover, J. E. Absher, J. A. Webb, Under the auspices of the National Mark Brown, J. V. Dockery, J. B. Sporting Club, Bridgeport, Conaecti-cu- t, Bradley, Luther Coffey, W. A. Carnes, Hugh Ross, who was born and E M. Whittle, M. L. Grider, J. Samuel Chumbley, D. reared on Cumberland river, Cumbercounty, and" who is a former stu- C. Breeding, Hiram Campbell, W; A. land dent of the Lindsey-Wilsothis place, Jones, J. C. Holt, Bryan Blair, C. met Al McCoy, the world's middle- Stephens, L W. Chumbley, W. A. weight champion, lasb Monday night, Beck, Larkin Story. in a boxing houb in that city. The Ib is impossible for the News to sewill nob be known here for several cure all the names of those who . atdays, but Ross was looked upon as a tended the dedication at Campbellswinner. ville last Sunday. Suffice it to say that something like one hundred perGarage. sons, residents of Columbia and in the We have opened a Garage near San- vicinity went over in autos and bugdusky Bros, mill, and are prepared to gies. do all kinds of automobile work, storMrs. W. P. Summers entertained a age battery and cafborater trouble a few of her friends to six o'clock dinspedialiby. Work guaranteed". Phone ner on Thursday, at her home on 16-- 0 Williams & Patteson. Bomar Heights. The guest were: Mrs. &34-2- b G. F. Stults, Gordon Montgomery, F. The social at the home of Mr. and A. Rosenbaum, Allen Walker, S. P. Mrs. W. B. Howe last Tuesday night Miller and Miss Octavia Reed, was largely attended. Several CoBring your mules to Columbia next lumbians were in attendance and they Monday. Harry Lazarus & Co., wilL report bhe occasion very enjoyable. be here. They are quick buyers. Want them to be from 14-- 1 inch to 16 Rev. S. J. Thompson officiated at a hands high. From 4 to & years old. double wedding at Milltown last SunMisses Mary and Susan Miller gave day. The contracting parties were picnic on their lawn Monday' afterMr. Alvin Poff and Miss Pearl Wilson; a Mr. Andrew Poff and Miss Bessie Wil-- . noon for their guest, Miss Mary Edwards, of Louisville, and their brothson. er, Dr. O. P. Miller. Next Monday, county court, "Harry Mrs. Fetna Eubank will Dlease ac Lazarus & Co., will be - here to buy cept the thanks of News office fore mules. Bring them $0,. town.. From 4 J for soma delicious apples. XP viymua utu. n, re-su- lb : d, '4 V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Grand river valley. The altitude of this section is between 3 and 4 thousand feet. The grass ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Editor News: OF KENTUCKY. good and the surroundClarence Marshall and H. O. is very B. A. Jones Plff., vs vs ing country supports large Commissioner's Sale. Curry made a trip from Phoenix, of stock. The road is veryherds Allice Taylor &c Deft ) Jesse Murrell &c Df fine By virture of a Judgment and Order By virtue of a judgment and order Ariz., to Tailulia, 111., in a Ford rende- of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renof sale of Adair Circuit Court, ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT We were accompa- passing upward through the Blue automobile. red at the May term, thereof, 1916, in dered at the May Term, thereof, 1916, OF KENTUCKY. nied by I. L. Sibley, of Albion, Canon, an ascent of 1,000 feet. cause, for the sums of in the above cause, for the sums of B. F. Monday &c. Plff. We next made a drop of 1,000 264.79 & 8655.10 with the interest at 8248.14 and 8167.65 with the interest vs Mich., and Eddie Cook, of Niag-r- a rate of 6 per cent., per annum at the rate of six per cent, per annum W. H. C. Monday &c. Df t ?the Falls, N. Y., who had been feet from the high plateau on jfrom the 3rd day of July, 1916, until from the 3 day of July 1916, until paid, By virtue of a judgment and order capital of the aid. and $77.00 costs herein, I shall and 866.25 costs herein, I shall proceed of sale of Adair Circuit Court, render spending the winter in California which the old .proceed to offer for sale at the court- - to offer for sale at the May term thereof, 1916, in ed at the of the southwest is located. It 3iouse door in Columbia, Ky., to the door in Columbia Ky., to the highest the above cause, I shall proceed to They were also making the trip advisable to get in "low" and .highest bidder, at Public Auction, on bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, offer e door in a Ford. They spent the night is at the 1916, at the 3rd day of July 1916, at one o'clock, in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidMonday, thb 3rd day of July, with us in Tailulia. We --met go down the plateaus on comone o'clock p. m., or thereabout (be- p. m., or thereabout (being County der at public auction, on Monday," the pression, as the slightest acciing county court,) upon a credit of Court), upon a credit of six months 3rd day of July, 1916, at one o'clock p. many people going to various ihree months the following described the following described property m., or thereabout (being County places in the West. We passed dent here would cause destrucOne pair of mare jproperty, A certain tract of land situated Court,) upon a credit of six months, several large car3. Seemed as tion, There is much fertile land imules, one a black, the other a bay, in Adair county Ky., on the waters of the following described property, along the Rio Grande, which supiboth about 7 years old and 16 hands 3 MillcreeV, and bounded as follows: Five certain tracts of land lying there was something liking or inches high, known as the Tom Beginning at an apple tree, thence S. in Adair County, Ky , on the waters too much one about the large ports a large Mexican populamules, one black horse mule 30, E. 42 poles to astone in Jo Thomas, of Casey Creek. The first tract contion and produces large crops of 15J hands high, known as the Elzy line, thence with the same N, 57, E. tains 177 acres and designated as lot cars. Eddie and I were the boys Young Bill mule, also one bay horse, 18 poles to a stone, corner to same, No. 2 on plat No 1 in Commissioner's so we did a boys part. We were alfalfa, Mexican beans, corn and 17 years old and about 15 hands 3 inchthence with his line S 39 E 20 poles report of allotment. Second tract other small grain. es high. to a beech corner toBob Grove, thence contains 134 acres and designated as caught in a hail storm in western Just after leaving the small Also two horses, both bays, one a with his line N 47i E 54. pole3 to a lot No. 1 on plat No. 2, and known as Kansas. The hail stripped most .stallion about 15 hands high, the oth stone, thence N 42- W 77 poles to a the Boyd place. Third tract contains trees, town, Pecos, on the right were er horse about 16 hands high, one pair stone near a large poplar, thence S 35 40 acres and is designated as lot No. 2 of the leaves from the ibrown mare mules, one pair horse W 63 poles to the beginning, contain on plat No. 2. Fourth tract contains killed many sheep and damaged the ruins of old Pecos church cmules, one a dark brown, the other a ing about 27 acres more or less. These ruins 3 acres known asf the Island on Casey wheat considerably. We were built about 1640. iiay, also one brown mare mule. For the purchase price, the pur Creek and joins lot No. 1. Fifth day. We are among the oldest in America. Or sufficient thereof to produce the chaser, with approved surety or secur tract contains 6 acres and joins lot No. water bound one-haGums of money so ordered to be made. ities, must execute Bond, bearing le 1 on the Northeast side. All of said run through water more than The country surrounding Santa .For the purchase price, the purchaser, gal interest from the day of sale until lands except the last two tracts are a two feet deep for more than a Fe, with its cliffdwellers and with approved surety or securities, paid and having the force and effect part of the lands owned by M. J. Mon must execute bond, bearing legal in- of a Judgment. Bidders will be pre day and B. F. Monday and allotted to quarter of a mile. We boys wad- other ancient ruins offers an unterest from the day of sale until paid, pared to comply promptly with these the heirs of M. J. Monday in a divis- ed in front in order to give the limited study of archalogy. ind having the force and effect of a terms. ion of their lands by commissioners We next traveled through a judgment. Bidders will be prepared W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. appointed by this court. For more driver an idea where the road jto comply promptly with these terms. complete description reference is made was. We gathered many sou- wide mesa country hemmed in W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Commissioner's Sale. to the judgment and order of sale and venirs and took many snapshots. by mountains. We now begin the report of said commissioners. 1 We left Phoenix for Tailulia to leave most of the snowclad will first offer the five tracts separateCommissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT ly and then as a whole, and will ac- May 19 and arrived June 3, be- mountains. For some time we OF KENTUCKY cept ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT the bid or bids that bring the ing on the road 16 days, but we travelled through the Arkansas OF KENTUCKY. Junius Nelson &c. Plff. ) most money. vs W. Bennett Pltf. Hi. For The purchase price, the pur- were not traveling every day. river valley. In this Jlocality sug Joseph L. Nelson &c. Df t. ) vs By virtue of a judgment and order chaser, with approved surety or secu- We ate 'at hotels, but slept in ar Deets are tne big cash crops Christine Waggener &c leBy virture of a Judgment and Order of sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- rities, must execute bond, bearing our car. The distance travelled and to provide for the converof Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- ed at the May term thereof, 1916, in gal interest from the day of sale until and effect paid, dered at the May term, thereof, 1916, the above cause, I shall proceed to of a and having the force will be pre- was 2,156 miles. We used 119 sion into sugar. Large factories judgment. Bidders e door offer for sale at the in the above cause, for the sum of pared to comply promptly with these gallons of gasoline and 7 gallons are located at various points. If j$52.17 with the interest at the rate of in Columbia, Ky to the highest bidof oil. The gas cost from 16 to you remember, it was Trinidad isix per cent, per annam from the 3rd der at public auction, on Monday, the terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. 3rd day of July, 1916, at one o'clock p. fday of July 1916, until paid, and 45 cents per gallon. Oil averag- where the clash between miners (being County r$71.45 costs herein, I shall proceed to m , or thereabout Commissioner's Sale. ed something like 23 cents per and federal troops occurred in door Court,) upon a credit of 6 months, the offer f oi sale at the gallon. The best we did in one 1914. The next distance of 112 dn Columbia Ky.. to the highest bid- following described property, on Monday the A certain tract of land situated in ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT der, at Public Auction, day was 286 miles. Some of the miles is "to be made without food Ky., 3rd day of July 1916, at One o'clock p. Adair county, Big on the waters of OF KENTUCKY. road was very rough with many unless carried with- - you. Our Creek, and bounded an., or thereabout (being County West Fork of ) J. W. Sapp &c. Plff. hills and many short and dan- next trail was called the day Gourt,) upon a credit of six- - months by the lands of Clem Keltner, L J. vs Coomer, A. J. Gowen Tarter and the following described property tthe Celia Osborne &c. Dft. ) about 116 By virtue of a judgment and order gerous curyes. The tall timber- route, and it was on this run we A house and lot lying in Adair Dean Lands containing For more com- of sale of Adair Circuit Court, render ed mountains re called Bill Wil bought water, as it was necessacounty, Ky near the town of Colum- acres more or less plete description, reference is made to ed at the May term thereof, 1916, in liams mountain, from the famous ry to carry several gallons. Afbia, containing one acre and bounded by the lands of J. T. Page, Aaron the judgment and order of sale. the above cause, I shall proceed to scout, who is buried near the ter leaving Great Bend we trav(Cravens, Parker Jackman and Eva For the purchase price, the pur- offer for sale at the door Willis, It being same land conveyed chaser, with approved surety or securi- in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bid- summit and who gave his name elled a level prairie road at the ties, must execute bond, bearing legal der, tfco Linnie Miller, by Mrs. Nona'Cabell. at Public Auction, on Monday, crossing leaving Great Bend, Ininterest from the day of sale until the 3rd day of July 1916, at one o'clock to the town. For the purchase price, the with approved surety or secur- paid, and having the force and effect p m., or thereabout (being County After leaving the mountains dian graves surround the site of a judgment. Bidders will be pre- Court,) upon a credit of six months Bond, bearing ities, must execute the country gradually changed where Cold Fort Zaroh used to interest from the day of sale until pared to comply promptly with these the following described property, from semi desert and grassy stand. $aid, and having the force and effect terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. a Judgment. Bidders will be preof A certain tract of land lying in mesatype to wooden uplands, We talked to many farmers. pared to comply promptly with these Adair County, Ky., Beginning at a pine covered mountains and val- They say that there was very erms. Commissioner's Sale. chestnut oak and two small black oaks, .W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. thence S 4 E 180 poles to a beech and leys. The San Francisco peaks little grain planted last year. black oak, thence N 66 E 40 poles to a reach an altitude of 12,790 feet, What was did no good. We were ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT dogwood and two small black oaks, -- Commissioner's Sale. OF KENTUCKY. thence 47 E 5 poles to a black oak at the base of which nestled the told it had been raining there for JohnBeaty's corner thence with his town of Flagstaff. The roads a year not missing three days in R. E. Strange &c Pltf. ) ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT vs line S 53 E 70 poles to two beech were in good condition. Along succession. At last we reached OF KENTUCKY. Martha England &c Df t. ) trees in his line, thence S 85 E 44 poles .Strong Hill Pltf. 1 By virtue of a Judgment and Order to two hickories in Caldwell and the road a picturesque, extinct the outskirts oj Chillicothe, so vs of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renline, thence N 216 poles to a volcano is seen to the North. we boys tired the cars, ran O. C. Coffey and J. dered at the May Term, thereof 1916, white oak near the road in said line, M. KlnnairdDft. By virture of a Judgment and Order in the above cause, I shall proceed to thence W 160 poles to a chestnut and The crater seems to glow as if into town at the rate of 20 miles door two small black oaks, thence SI W 4 it were still alive. The peculiar per hours, not having seen the of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rende- offer for sale at the red at the May Term, thereof 1916, in in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bid- poies 4 co tne neginning containing i6o effect is the result of large de- speed limits. So there is where &he above cause, for the sum of 8682 88 der, at Public Auction, on Monday acres more of less, with the interest at the rate of six the3rdday of July 1916, at One o'clock For the purchase price, the pur- posits of sulphur about its ruins, we tipped a sore headed Mayor. .per cent, per annum from the 15 day p. m., or thereabout (being County chaser, with approved surety or seClarence Marshall, We enjoyed the beauties of of May 1916, until paid, and ?65 50 Court), upon a credit of six months curities, most execute bond, bearing Here huge costs herein, I shall proceed to offer the following described property, legal interest from the day of sale un- petrified forests. A certain tract of land lying in til paid and having the force and' door in Bowel Complaints in India. lor sale at the trees lie in a beautiful petrified Columbia Ky., to the highest bidder, Adair County Ky., and bounded as effect of a judgment. Bidders will be At Public Auction, on Monday the 3rd follows, beginning at a Sourwood prepared to comply promptly with state. Centuries ago the hot In a lecture at one of the Des day of July 1916, at one o'clock p. m., with East corner of George Gilpin these terms. volcanic springs which bore dis- Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary from India told of going into the inW. A. Coffey, Mastes Commissioner.. .or thereabout (being County Court), thence East 54 poles to a stone at the solved silica. When the water terior of India, where he was taken ;upon a credit of six months the fol- head of a drain in Daniel England's receded, the silica crystalized ia-t- o sick, that he had a bottle of Chamberlowing described property A line, thence South 24 poles to a black I keep on hands a full stock of Colic, Cholera and Disfthoea, .certain tract of land situated in Adair Gum and Hickory corner to A.J. a. flint like substance. We lain's Kemedy with him and believed that Wooton, thence coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep county Ky., and bounded and de- Janes and Matthew scribed as follows, on the West by the with the meanders of a branch 38 poles Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and next entered Datel National For- it saved his life. This remedy is used ;landsof Mary .Robinson, on the South to a small white Oak, thence S. W. 13 two hearses. Prompt service night or est. In this beautiful stretch of successfully in India both as a preventive and cure for cholera. You may by the lands of Porter Sexton, on the poles to a sugar tree corner to Spencer day. Residence Phone 29, office timber it was not unusual to see know from this that it can be dependWooten, thence N. 24 poles to the beSast by the lands of Turner Keltner, a small bunch of deer or cante-lop- e. ed upon for the milder forms of bowel md on the North by the lands of ginning, containing 8 acres more or phone 98. complaint that occur in. this country. less. Said land was deeded to John S. J. T, Triptett, 'Turner Keltner. 1 yr All the time we were England by Matthew Wooten and Obtainable at Faull Drug Co. For the purchase price, the pur.Colombia, Ky climbing the distance of 51 miles Adv. approved surety or secur- wife by deed bearing, date August 20, chaser, with 1892, and recorded in deed Book No. must execute Bond, bearing ities, over the continental divide, Havinterest from the day of sale until 31 Page 618 in the Adair County Court Hon. Urey Woodson writes in Oil officials have ap- ing an altitude of 8,200 feet. Standard office. and $id and having the forcewill effect Clerk's the purehase price, the' pur- peared before the Trade ComFor aof a Judgment. Bidders This region was very sparsely his paper from Chicago .that be presurety or securpared to comply promptly with these chaser, with approved mission to give reasons for the settled. Our next geaeral di- thousands of Progressives will ities, must execute Bond, bearing, leSSenns. support Wood'row Wilson. W. A. Coffey .Master Commissioner. gal interest from the day of sale until advance in the price of gasoline. rection was North up the Rio Commissioner's Sale. , paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT terms. OF KENTUCKY. W. A, Coffey, Master Commissioner. C. A Thomas &c Plfrt. ) Commissioner's Sale. From Tailulia Illinois. $ho-abov- e J Court-hous- e for-sal- court-hous- -- to-wi- t: to-wi- t: to-wi- t: Pop-jplewe- ll - lf -- J court-hous- Court-hous- e to-wi- t: to-wi- t: court-hous- e fpur-chase- r, le-ig- al to-wi- t. Court-hous- e to-wi- -- t: Court-hous- e to-wi- t: - 45-- ' " le-g- al THE ADAIRTCOUNTY NEWS fc Pellylon. He Took Marriage Calmly. Kentucky Fair Dates. Iowa is Nature's Masterpiece. Mr. C. A, .Coffey of ElidaNew Edward L. Kuhn, aged 45, The following are the dates Mexico, is visiting his parents, owner of a general merchandise fixed for holding the Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Coffey of this store near Lawrenceburg, Ind., Fairs for 1916 as far as reported place. doesn't let a little thing like mar- to this office. Officers of fairs Mrs. Susan Brockman who riage deprive him of his sleep. are requested to report to us any has been very sick for some The other day he married Mrs. omissions or corrections. Mt. Sterling, July 194 days. time, is no better at this writing. Anne Moore Davis, a dressmakMr. and Mrs. 0. P, Lemmon er of the same neighborhood will leave the 15th, for Stafford but not at the time planned. Mr. Kuhn went to LawrenceKansas. Miss Mabel Sinclair has been burg in an automobile and the bride-to-b- e arrived on a late visiting her uncle and aunt, of train. While waiting for Mrs. Casey Creek, past In thev July American Maga- -' 'IIIE03L1 tfeeVJee ' ' SEMI-PAST- E for the two weeks. Misses Iva Pelley and Mary Campbell, visited relatives and friends at Dunnville, the latter part of last week. Rev. W. H. Lemmon and wife, went to Cain's Chapel, Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Lemmon was filling an appointment. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Blackford and children, visited Mrs. Mag Rubarts of Dunnville, last week. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rubarts, Mr. and: Mrs. Joe T. Thomas and children, visited Mr. Rubart's brother and family, of this place. Mr. W. S. Sinclair and family, visited relatives of Casey Creek, Saturday and Sunday. George Grace of color, died the 12th, of this month of Tuberculosis. Misses Etwol Lemmon and Adell Coffey, Messrs. D. E. Sanders and Dr. W. E. Sanders, attended the closing exercises of the school at Clementsville, last Tuesday. Bad to Have a Cold Hang On. Don't let your cold hang on, rack your system and become chronic when Dr. Bell's will help you. heals the inflamation, soothes the cough and loosens the phlegm. You breathe easier at once. Dr. Bell's is a laxative Tar Syrup, the pine tar balsam heals the raw spots, loosen's the mucous and prevents Irritation of the bronchial tubes. Just get a bottle of Dr. Bell's its guaranteed to help you. At T. E. Ad Pa all Drug Co. Pine-Tar-Hon- Davis, the bridegroom obtained a marriage license at the office of the county clerk, then sat down and went to sleep. When the day's work was done, the clerk and hisodeputies, not noticing Mr. Kuhn, locked the office and went home. Several hours later the merchant awoke and found himself locked in the office in the dark. He shouted for help several times and finally attracted the attention of the sheriff, who released him. Then he hurriedly found his bride, who was beginning to get worried, and the two made a late visit to the parson. Special Offer. Winchester, July 264 days. Harrodsbur'g, July. 254 days. Taylorsville. August days. Henderson, August 1 5 days. - Danville, August 2 3 days. Berea, August"2 3 days. Blue Grass. Fair, Lexington, August days. Uniontown, August 3 5 days. Fern Creek Fair, Buechel, Audays. gust Mt. Vernon, August 9 3 days. days. Burkesville, August days. JPerryville, August Lawrenceburg, August 154 days. Shepherdsville, August 154 days. Broadhead, August 16 4 days. Owensboro, August 155 days. Pair, Sanders, August 164 days. Ewing, August 173 days. Knights of Pythias Fair, Stanford, August 233 days. 14 tebr&ftmr Tl A T.TrWI is by far the most economical and best paint you can use. Simply add one gallon of pure Linseed Oil to one gallon of and you get Pea Gee Semi-Past- e two gallons of pant that 76 lasts 94 Longest Looks Best 94 93 This enables you to paint ell your at lowest cost. Pee e Gee Roof and Barn Paint is the best protection against destruction and decay. Semi-Past- Ask For Free Color Card. zine is an article on Iowa by Herbert Quick who tells why this state is one of the garden spots of the earth. ''Nothing has been left undone by nature to complete the work,"" he says, "First Destiny covered Iowa with the waters of the sea,, and for millions of years there? dropped to the dark levels o this primordial ocean the lime,., the gypsum, and the clays which? form the basis and provide for the renewal of her soil. There? fell also the sandstones for her' buildings, when man should come to make them. Then the seabed rose, the waters receded, and in the hot, moist breath of' the carboniferous era were laidr coals, so that when? man came he might find ther-sun'- s down A Fee Gee Finish For Every Purpose PAULL DRUG GO., Kentucky. Columbia, the Tri-Coun- ty heat stored for him, clay-fo-r that heat to convert to brick-anlime, gypsum and clay to combine with heat into that-liqui- d d A Captain of Comic industry. It Pine-Tar-Hon- er Pine-Tar-Hone- y to-da- y, Elopers Had Gay Wedding. ' Robert Baker and Miss Effie Powers, who eloped from Haiieys Mill, Ky., to Clarksville, Tenn., encountered an unusual an unusual experience. They arrived in the night Just in Time. while the local Knights Templar commandery was in the midst of The A German shoemaker left the a ball in the Court-houscourt clerk, a member of the gas turned on in his shop one commandery, was sought from the dancing throng to issue a li- night, and upon his arrival next cense, and was accompanied by morning, struck a match to another member of the fraterni- light it. There was a terrific ex ty to act as a witness. 'Tcfthe latter it occurred that plosion and the shoemaker was it would be a feature worth blown out through the door, al while, both to the Templars and most to the middle of the street. their guests and to the coupleJ A policeman ruseed to his asto have' the ceremony performed in the ball room. The proposal sistance, and after helping him was accepted, the couple led to to raise, inquired if he was inthe center of the floor and a clergyman from the ranks of the jured. The Teuton gazed into Templars united the young peo- his place of .business, which was ple. burning. quite briskly, and After the ceremony, an ..officer now of the commandery took the said:. chapeauof a knight, suggested "Nof I ain't, hurt, but I got that the couple b given a ired-din- g out-- shush in time, eh?"The present and a collection reAmerican Boy. alized them a nice sum. experi-encountered e. days Elizabethtown, August 293 Such Ignorance. days. BarboursviUe, August 30 3 Secretary Garrison days. said in a preparedness argument j ILLUSTRATED! in Camden: The "The defenders of a militia Most Interesting army reminded me in their ignorMagazine ance of the mother at the ball. Published. This mother was chaperoning an 50 Timely exceedingly beautiful daughter. Articles with She hovered round the girl all Over 200 the time hovered proudly on Striking Pictures in the edge of a deep circle of men Oct f rxi Each Cent jarfTl Itotltmtod Wctsiw for her daughter was undoubtNumber edly the belle of the evening. Sample Copy Free "During the war talk the girl Send us your name and address cried gaily:" 'The casue belli! and say where you saw this advertisement and we will mail you free What was the casus belli? acopy of Illustrated World, the big, human interest magazine which "Her mother stood on tiptoe, tells you in clear, simple language about all the wonderful things men shook her finger at her beautiful are doing everywhere. daughter across a dozen men, and It brings before you the vita happenings of the world ; is accurate, called reproachfully: "Grace, but never dull; thrilling, but not sensational; fascinating, but not dear, how often have I told you trashy. Over 200 striking pictures in every issue. The most interestto say 'stomach,?" 5 Ex-War JTor a short time will furnish the daily Evening Post, Louisville, Home and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War map and the Adair County News, all one year for $3.25. The map itself is worth $1.50, bub by accepting this August 29 fer you get it for almost nothing. Bud Fisher, creator of "Mutt and Jeff," is the highest paid cartoonist on earth. He gets $150,000 a year for making the days. American people chuckle which Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville is twice what the President gets Colombia, August 224 days. 294 days. Bardstown, August 294 days. Nicholasville, August 293 Frankfort, August 1913 15 n for shaping their national desti ny. Furthermore, Fisher is troubled neither by international complications nor by His office is in his hat. For drawing six comic strips a week for forty eight weeks a year this genial humorist received $87,000. The rest of income is made up from vaudeville en? gagements which bring in $1,000 a wee1;3the proceeds from five "Mutt and Jeff" shows and animated cartoons; the sale of an annual "Mutt and Jeff" book, postcards, plaster figures, buttons and other" novelties. On the average it takes Fisher two hours to draw his comic strip for which he is paid at the rate of $270 an hour, or nearly five dollars a minute. Ex. office-seekers. rock whick pours like water and turns to living stone. "But His hanrt was stretched? out still. The clays and ledges? and sands were then no better than those of any other land--Thwould not do for the So there came on the-- ' earth a great chill, and the' waters were made into aplow,.-anwith that plow of ice the granites of the north werer ground up that their potash mieht be made soil, and the; phosphates were mingled with the potash, and through all ran' the lime; and the glacial plow passed over Iowa and made o her a great plain of smooth tilths and strewed it with black drift-fi- t for the pigmy plows of man "Then Destiny waited while? the waters jnade channels for themselves, And the swamps dried up. And for millions the forces of nature stored. nitrogen in the black soil, and' filled it with vegetable mold like that which delighted the? Children of Israel when they spied out the Promised Land of Canaan, and reported thatitwass-ey Mas--terpie- ce. d of-years a goodly land." Does Sloan's Liniment Rheumatism? Help the , Beanstalk behind a soft collar and a flowing tie? Naval construction authorized week shop during the first two years of What is a girl but Little Red Riding Hood, Woodrow Wilson is just two and not with one wolf to combat but a half times that authorized dura whole hungry pack? And as ing the same period of the Roose velt administration, and the to for Bluebread. tale is headlined every other tal authorization under four night or wfin .those papers which years of Wilson equals that under the 16 years, of HcKinley. clamor lorthitheir news in "six- Rooe?elt and Taft combined. inch type and vermilion, ink." J And still the colonel thunders in The American that the Democratic party ii do' Magazine, ing for naral preptrecbeee. hipMng six-dollar-a his-scandal- Ask the man who uses it, he knows. "To think I suffered all these years when one 25 cent bottle of Sloan's Liniment cured me, "writes one grateful user. If you have Rheumatism or ILLUSTRATED WORLD 5800 Drexel Ave., Chicago, III. suffer from Neuralgia, Backache, Sore In ness add Stiffness, donrfc put off . getting a bottle of Sloan's. Jt will give " around you and you will see you such welcome relief. It warms fairy stories re- and soothes the. sore, stiff painful the world-ol- d peated on every street corner. places and you feel so much better. Buy itatPaull Drug Store, only 25 What is a reformer but Jack of cents Ad ing and helpful magazine for all the family. For sale by all newsdealers. 15c. a copy, $1.50 a year. Write today for a free sample . copy. Be sure to mention this advertiitment. Address: The receipts of live stock Chicago market last week were, in round numbers, 40,900 cattle, 124,200 hogs, and 77,400 sheep. The total receipts of livestock on the Chicago market last week compared with the previous week decreased 21,900 hogs andL decreaeed 200 cattle, and 22,800 sheep. Compared with the corresponding period a" year ago the cattle increase ed 900, hogs decreased and sheep increased 25,900. ory-thUK-creased e . 21,-50- 1 m 1 if t0m . . --J2? A. FEW7 DROPS: eofjst . " Mate Hut Uy Aittftr m. Gscar-Graev- e j.av iRL SEjipteN ".- Cwm Rmtp, Cowi. Cfeetaou bftbfeeksec Pvee4 Kefe-bOne bottia mikM ie BmMom otmoitoku. AtrttUorDyaxaUyestpfcM, Tmt- BoonrrBooKim. MLNHpM, (p- J v'i Js& -" v-':v & THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS '31''?' I Because he, through Congress, THE ADAIR COUNTY has provided for all the preparPublished Every Wednesday edness the United States needs BY THE to protect the country from forB Adair County News Company eign invasion. ( Incorporated.) Because we have prosperity under his administration when GHAS. S. HARRIS. Editor. all the rest of the world is pracDemocratic newspaper devoted to the interest tically bankrupt. el the City of Columbia and the people of Adair Because he has given to the and adjoining counties. country a system of regional as second banks which makes a financial -- Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. panic impossible. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR Because he has forced Germany to abandon its submarine WED. JUNE 28, 1916 policy upon passenger and merchant ships in accordance with DEM0CRAT1C TICKET A the accepted principles of international law. For President. Because the farming interest; WOODKOW WILSON, the backbone of our prosperity, of New Jersey. Do is receiving the highest returns V- For Vice President. in the history of the nation for THOMAS B. MAESHALL, everything raised on the farm. of Indiana. Because he exposed and drove out of Washington the corrupt lobby which had for so many FOR CONGRESS. years controlled legislation. We are authorized to announce that CHARLES Because the manufacturers in P. MONTGOMERY, of Casey County, is a candhave been well patronized by idate to represent the Eighth District in the next this country are so prosperous Congress, subject to the Democratic primary to be our town, and many will be held August 5. 1916. under the Democratic tariff law We have always demonstrated, the readers of the that they can not manufacture! greatly inconvenienced at the Adair County News that we compete most successfully We are authorized to announce HARVBY present, but plans are on foot to HELM, of Lincoln county, a "Democratic candi- enough goods to fill their orders with the offerings of any catalogue house. Indeed in most for Congress from the date for tertained of her recovery. She instances our qualities are far superior and have cost no at higher prices for their goods .Eighth district, subject to the August primary. has reached the ripe age of 88, more that the inferior kind. than ever received before. Our store is known as the representative Caranza's failure to comply Because he has established and has been a consistent member of the Methodist church for with the demands of the United such cordial relations with South House States means open war. Nearly American and Central Amenican a number of year3. She is the all the States in the Union are countries that the manufacturers grandmother of our county SuOf the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spacious mobilizing their State guards, in this country are almost mo- perintendent, G. E. Sapp. salesrooms have always expressed themselves most favorably about our stocks and prices. Miss. Thomas Murrell, who has making ready to go to the front. nopolizing their trade. When Uncle Sam lays his hand The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of Because skilled and common been. spending several weeks upon Mexico the trouble in that labor is receiving a higher wage visiting her brother of LouisGood Linoleum benighted country will Eoon be now than ever before. ville, returned home Thursday. with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the ecosettled. The young men of this Because he has provided a Miss Murrell is one of our most J nomical buyer. country are eager for the fight merchant marine, which will pre- popular young ladies and has a Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. and are enlisting as rapidly as vent our producers on farm and host of admiring friends. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, incorporated. examinations can be made. War in factory from being robbed of Mr. John Helm and Mr. Ab 522 &524W. Market St., is terrible, but when it becomes foreign trade by extortionate Woodrun, two of our oldest citinecessary this country was never tolls. Louisville, Ky. zens in our county, are not exknown to shirk. Because he is the first Amer- pected to live but a short time. y in the world, standing The M. W. A. camp, Merri-maWoodrow Wilson stands for ican held memorial exercises at with bad luck the past winter. pictures cannot be overestimatAmericanism first, last and all first for America. the time. Do you know of a Because his defeat would dis the graves of its deceased mem- He lost 30 hives of bees out of ed. Miss Mary Lou Dix and W. H. German paper in the United credit this Nation in Europe like bers at Merrimac, Sunday. A 46. Others have fared equally the proposed plan to stop Amer- large crowd gathered to witness as bad. Bees this season would Stone were made man and wife .States that will advocate his elechave been more profitable than last Thursday, by Justice Lewis tion? The German Americans icans from traveling abroad the cermonies. Morgan. They will carry with MiBS Nydia Heistand, after former years on account of the have been notified by the Kaiser would have discredited his diplothem the good wishes of large spending several weeks with her extra large white clover crop. to support Hughes. This decla- macy. circle of friends. There were six applicants for Because the Republican party cousin, Ben Wilson and family, ration will stimulate patriotic Prof. Leslie I MilJer, who has teachers' certificates in the June held offers no specific thing which Louisville, is at home again. the chair of mathematics Americans to work all the hard-e- r examination. Three second class would be better for the country for the last year at Bloomington for Wilson. J. M. Ledbetter, an old Con and three failures are reported. Indiana University, is at home than what Wilson has given us or federate Veteran of the Civil The various churches of National Democratic head what he stands for. to spend his vacation. Mr. Milagreed to have no ser- ler is not only well prepared war, passed away last Monday to quarters is in New York, and Because in his foreign policy vices Sunday on account of the teach, but is just as successful n night. He was a notwithstanding letters of ac- he has stood for the neutrality of citizen of this place. He was dedication of the Christian farming. The lack of energy ceptance from Mr. Wilson and the U. S. following the prec nearly 80 years of age. He church. The congregation of in precludes many from the good Mr, Marshall have not been pub- edents of Washington, Jefferson, leaves a wife, two sons and that church have reasons to feel things in life, but Miller doe3 proud of their efforts. It is one lished, active worn is now in Lincoln, Grant and Roosevelt. three daughter; His funeral Ail not allow anything to drag out Tues- or tne most imposing eainces in. his tracks. progress.! Because when we have peace, services were conducted Presby Central Kentucky. Its members Mr. 0. L. Goode, the popular prosperity and preparedness it day evening at Liberty nave Deen cramped ior room At a meeting of the State Gen terian church, ot wnich ne was heretofore but has ample space hardware drummer, is driving a would be a serious blunder to a consistent member, by Rev. tral and Executive Committees Ford car to meet the wants of to meet all future exigincies. change political parties in con- Norman Johnson. his trade He considers the savDemocratic party, held in of the It is reported that the Baptist ing of time worth while to him trol at Washington. Mr. Matt Harrison, who lived Louisville last Wednesday, initial Because those German Amer on Robinson creek, near Elk will be ready to dedicate their and his customers. steps were taken for a thorough magnificent church in the late W. 0. Williams and wife,' icans who stand for Germany Horn, died last Monday morning. summer. organization of the State. above the United States are He was affected with gall stones The sentiment for good roads Tulsa, Okla., came home to be present at the dedication of the Wilson, peace and prosperity against him. Elizabethtown and decided the latter part of has developed wonderfully in last week to a surgical operation. our county, but we hav'n't the Christian church. Mr. Williams will be the slogan for the next News. is a lawyer of note and is makThe operation was apparently a access to funds to carry it out. ing good. He was a delegate to few months. success, but unlooked for comThe indications are that we will Hatcher. plications set up, which brought collect no county revenue this the St. Louis convention. He is WHY WILSON SHOULD BE RE about his death. His funeral year, and prospects are not much also judge of one of the courts ELECTED. of his town. services were held at the Bap- more flattering for the future. The farmers have been Woodrow Wilson should be retheir time to the best advan- tist church, Elk Horn, under the No moving pictuer show will The bfackberry crop is ripenlodge. ing, and the crop is unusually elected tage. The wheat crop has been auspices of the Masonic e, be allowed to exhibit in good. The recent rains proved He was 40 years old and is suron any floor above the Because he has kept this coun harvested without any loss, and by a wife and numerous very beneficial to the crop. vived ground, according to tne man try out of war, when a single most of the clover has been sow- relatives. Luther Smith was at Shelby date of the city council. Movies mistake in a hundred instances ed in good shape. Gowdy, one of the meet the exigincies,. and ere long City this week to have some new Mr, Bud in the last year would havej Mrs. Rachel Cox, who lives at most pleasant gentleman of our the public will be moving along machinery put in his roller mill. plunged the United Statw into Merrimac, lies critically ill at town, and Who has devoted mucn surroundings. The ed- - Mr. Smith owns the wool mills Itime to the . bee industry, met ucational features of censored at this place, war. her home, and little hope is NEWS1 r- - 4 4 e 4 4 DO U O Post-offi- The Jeffries Hard wars Store your duty and don't wait for a Statement. Due Note or Account? July 1st is Pay Day for Fertilizer and Tillage Machinery. 4 Announcements. 4 4 S"6"Q"8"fr8"fr9"6"6"9 9"8"64&"Q4"84e 4 4 Carpet and Rug i i to-da- c, -- Camp-bellsvil- le well-know- c-f Camp-bellsvill- to-ne- w -- I v -- ?Ty-s' 1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS For the summer months I will not be in my office only public days, but will visit the homes over the county to look after the interest of your eyes I do this for the benefit of the older people who seldom come to town. f Dr. Z. A. Taylor, Columbia, Ky. 32-t- EATS LIKE 1 1 PIG mmnnmnmimwninmiHw N. M. There is a Real Difference Cream of tartar, derived from grapes, is used in Royal Baking Powder because it is the best and most healthful ingredient known for the purpose. Phosphate and alum, which are derived from mineral sources, are used in some baking powders, instead of cream of tartar, because they are cheaper. If you have been induced to use baking powders made from alum or phosphate, use Royal Baking Powder instead. You will be pleased with the results and the difference in the quality of the food. SLEEPS LIKE LAMB Youngstown Woman Laughing- Tutt G. R. Reeds" "I can eat like a pig and sleep like a lamb," laughingly said Mrs B. Henderson, of 116 South HazeL stieet, Youngstown, Ohio. ', "I know this sounds rather '. i. " Mrs. Henderson explained, "but I can hit upon no words that describe my present condition better. Especially is this true after the many Font Hill. years of suffering I went through. 'Indigestion, catarrh of the head, The recent rains have proved nose and throat, kidney and liver beneficial to the growing crops. trouble and nervousness all had a John Payne, who has been in tight grip on me. Words cannot de ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. the revenue service here, re- scribe the pains and agony I underwent. New York turned home Friday. His place "There was a bloating of gas on my is bing filled by Henry Aaron, of stomach after eating, I suffered headaches, my nose was stopped up, muSTHAT. ESTATE Denmark. cous formed in my throat, my eyes DEALTORS Mr. Mac Dowell, of Burkes were weak at times and my kidneys j Miss Mary Edwards, of Louisville, ville, has a position in the reven were sore. A condi- Offer the following Property for spent last week at tne nome or ur. o. ue service here. tion of health is what I really suffered Sale: P. Miller. Millard Maupin and John Ed from. Never did I feel energetic and Mrs. Albert Williams, of Stillwater, Mr. B. C. Borders, Campbells ville Okla., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Burton, of Russell Springs, were it was impossible for me to relish food. FARM LAND "I tried almost every medicine that and Mr. G. Norburg, Fort Worth, Ada Taylor, and other relatives at here Thursday. 140 acres of good lime stone land came along, but none of them did me Texas, traveling salesmen, were here $his place. " The Spoke mill at, this place is any good. I finally concluded that well watered, good dwelling and out last Thursday. Mr. Charles Mooreman, of Louisville was no hope for my recovery. I buildings on public road, and in a good! Mr. O. O. Anderson and Mr, M. L. visited his sister, Mrs. Willie Hynes, at work again and report busi- there read of Tanlac, friends told me about neighborhood. Price 84,200.00, one-h- alf ness good. Barlew, Monticello, were here last last Sunday. cash, the balance on easy terms-Tinin, and relatives begged me to take it Thursday. is taking a Mr. John A. Harris Leslie Combest and Jo Thomas, at first, but I kept on refusing. Each farm lies six miles S. E. of CoMrs. Otho Moss and Miss Ora Moss, special course at Bowling Green. or uunnviiie, were nere inurs-da- y. day my condition grew worse and I lumbia, Ky. Gradyville, were shopping in Columwas driven by desperation, I suppose Prof. Hicks, the piano tuner, arTIMBER LAND bia last Thursday. to take another chance on tlnding rerived last Monday. 50 acres timer land (white oak tim-b- er ' Elmer Pelly, who has resided lief in a proprietary medicine. Prof. R. K. Moss, wife and little Mr. R. F, Paull and Mr. Fred Hill cut off). Price for timber 80Or daughter, Maxine, returned from a are in Lexington and Louisville this in Oklahoma for the past 5 years "Ten days of Tanlac treatment made land 8500. Can sell timber without-lanvisit to Hart county last Wednesday week. was visiting friends here last a new woman of me. No longer do I if purchaser wants it. Lies afternoon. suffer from any of the old ailments. miles east of Columbia, Ky. week. Mr. Ernest Harris was tasen quite a pleasure it is Oh, good Mr. W. G. Clelland, of Lebanon, ill Sunday night, but is better at this Drewry Wilkerson, a promi- oncewhat I can't help to feel praisFARM more. from visited merchants in Columbia last writing. 150 acies of lime stone land, good? nent farmer and livestock dealer, ing Tanlac day and night. If jany of Thursday. Mr, Geo. Whitlock, Campbellsville, Thursday. my friends or people who hear of my dwelling and outbuildings, well waterof Dunnville, was-herMr. J. K. Humphress, of the Canal was here Monday. ed and very desirable place for a home. Zone, a native of Knifley, this county, D. C. Hopper has purchased a case suffer anything like I did, I urge Lies 4 miles N. W. of Columbia, Ky.,, Mr. and Mrs. Curt Mrs. Ella Dixon, them to take Tanlac." was in Columbia last Wednesday. McGeeand son, of Burkesville, are new Ford car. The boys say, Tanlac is being introduced in Co on public road. Price $4,500. Mr. N W. Miller, insurance agent, the guests of Mrs. Bettie W. Butler those who desire having the bark lumbia at the Page & Hamilton drug FARM was here from Campbellsville the lat- and other relatives here this week. 156 acres located 4$ miles N. W. Co removed off the white oak should store. ter part of last week. T. C Moore & Co., Gresham; C. H. lumbia, Ky., Good dwelling, two goo65 Mrs. Tinnie Wells, Russell Springs, give him a call. Mr. C. C. Christie, Camp Knox, was is visiting Mrs. J. F. Montgomery. Jarvis & Son, Coburg: L. G. Wilcox, barns and other outbuildings, well J. D, Hammoed, a prominent Exie; J. P. Miller & Son, Crocus. here to see his mother last week. watered, in good state of cultivation, Messrs. J. A. Hobson and J F. PenMrs. L. M. Young was quite sick dleton, stock dealers, of Greensburg, merchant of Brady, passed thru H. E. Loy, Olga. about 20 acres in timber, all good land-- , several days of last week, but Is better were here the first of the week, re- here Monday en route to Russell Adv. and a desirable home. Price $4,500. at this writing. Springs, ceiving sheep. Mr. J. Cager Yates, Bradfordsville, Mrs Charles Herriford and her Nine room two story dwelling andV B. F. Rakestraw, of Campbellsmingled with friends here a few days daughter, Miss Lucile, are visiting at lot, situated on one of the best resi ville, was here last week looking ago. the home of Dr. R. Y. Hjndman. dence streets in Columbia, near the after his lumber interests. Attorney "Wm. Hobson was here one square, barn and out buildings. A Miss Alva Knight, Jamestown, is 3G8Q$ day last week, from Campbellsville. very desirable home. A bargain-Pric- e Clarence P. Walters and wife, spending a few weeks with Mrs. Mr. C. C. Balwick, Lebanon, was at on application. Land Owners Attention. of Star City, Ind., is visiting his Hill. the Hancock Hotel recently. Mr. Jo Rossnfield will arrive from father, E. J. Walters, at this good Mr. C. M. Barnett, Mt. Vernon, Middlesboro this week to spend severT. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do 115 Acres of good land In a good writing. neighborhood, buildings on pub111., reached Columbia last Saturday". al days with his family at this place. lic road, about 8 miles south of Columyour Surveying correctly. & Hopper have Rakestraw Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moss, of Hart Mr. Jo M. Rosenfield made a busbia. Price $1,600. (Bargain) county, are visiting at the home of iness trip to Burkesville Monday. bought a fine boundary of timber thirty-thre- e years He has 40 Acres lime stone land, very their son, Prof. R. R. Moss. Mr. Ti'B. Short, who is a Major in lying on the head waters of desirable place to live, 4 Mr. John B. Erl was down from the First Kentucky State Guards, and Puncheon camp creek, Casey Co. experience. Charges reamiles south of Columbia. Price 51,600 Lexington last Wednesday. who has been located here for some Estil Wilson and wife visited House and Lot: House with six Mr. W. R. Lyon was here, to see our time, as manager of the Rapid Transonable. Phone 74 or rooms, good out buildings, good water grocerymen a few days ago. re- Walter Bowlin, of Jamestown, sit Co., was ordered, last week, to and other conveniences, just out of write Mr. Geo. A. Smith was quite ill port at headquarters. He left Friday who is very low with consumptown limils Price 8850. morning. several days of last week. tion. His many friends are sorC. House with 9 rooms just out of tovn,. Hon. E. Bullock, of Hansford, Ky., ry to learn of his illness. He-i-s Mr. H. K. Alexander, of Burkesville, two shops, all buildings good, compar-tive- ly who is one of the politest salesmen on Cyrus Adams, Lebanon, Miss Emma a prominent teacher of this counColumbia. Ky. new. Price 81,900. Littrel), Russell county, B. F. Gilpin, the road, was here a few days ago. R. C. Borders, Richard Burris, T. ty and is respected by all who Farm: 50 acres on "White Oak creek-l- i Hon. E. Bullock, of Stanford, was in Norburg, M. W. Beatley, B. F. Shep- know him. menced. Corn and grass is also miles N. W. Piumpoint, one half Columbia a few days since. herd, Oscar Fair and Penick Done Mrs. Rosa Smith, who received good. timber balance in cultivation, 12 acres-iMrs. S. P. Sullivan, of near Eoy, Wilson house last week. bottom, good, a severe stroke from lightning a visited her sons, "Volney and Welter, were at the Fruit is injured but apples and good orchardbuildings tolerable $700. and spring. Price of this place, last week. few days ago, is improving nice peaches are plentiful. Prof. G. C. Cooksie, who is a teachly. We wish her a speedy re- To Buy. Mitchell & Hatcher haye iner in the Central High School, Colum covery. stalled a 40 H. P. steam engine Abont 10 acres of land near Columbia, Tenn., visited Prof. John A. Harris, last week, who is a teacher in the to handle their mill, which they bia to make a home. Ote, Ky. 25 or 30 acres of land, cheap buildsame institution. hope to have in fine shape soon, Result of the June Examination. Rus-se- ll ings, will give five or six hundred dolJudge H. C Baker was in the Have been running With a 25 H. lars circuit court a few days of last 25 applicants entered the examina- Editor Adair County News: we now are on the U. S. P. I. C. oil engine. As week. tion. 10 of these either quit or failed Pastor Harris treated the Eb- - .Mr. N. G. Terry, who was a student to have their papers graded. Of the map, 3 miles East of Greensburg, Lindsey-Wilso- n last session, visited 15 who had their manuscripts graded and on the most direct route to enezer people last Sabbath to a in 1 made first-clashere the latter part of last week. and ten made sec- your city, we think our chances very fine sermon (St. John 1: 14) ' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson, their ond class. The remaining 4 failed. which rung true to the Divinity Miss Albertie Farris made a first-cla- are good for the R. R., if built. son, Jo, and Miss Ola Wilson visited of Christ. His congregation evcertificate. I think the Republicans are at Russell Springs the first of the Cecil Farris, V. G. Hovlous, Echel generally well pleased with the idently appreciated it He promweek. ises a series of 3 sermons. The M. Lewis, Ernest WorkMiss Alma McFarland, who has Calhoun, J. nominations at Chicago. man, Edna Chewning, Vista Royse, first will be the second Sabbath been attending a conservatory of muRollln Patton, George W. Hagan and Robt. and Lee Mitchell are vis- of July, on the Church. 1 and 2 sic in Indianapolis for several months, Vila Reece made second class certifi- iting their father, J. M. Mitchell. mode of baptism. This will be returned home last Thursday. cates. They are stationed at Pineville. handled from a broad point of Mr. H. T. Baker, who visited severMrs Nell Petty, who was examined Knoxville, Tenn., returned al weeks at Elizabeth Mitchell returned to view. Communion services on at Bowling Green, made a first-clas-s last Wednesday night, accompanied certificate. Lebanon with her brother, W. the 2nd Sabbath of next month by Mrs. W. Dv Jones and her little to which all the old friends of son, Herschel Baker, Jr. Mr. A. L. Garrett has left at this W. Mitchell, this week, in his are cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Myers and their office a curiosity In the .growth of car. IJe is now on vacation and Ebenezer Rev. J. T. Mitchell, .known to' son, Robert Page, returned to.. their Irish potatoes. He brought in a vine reports a very .successful years Monday. They with a number of well developed po work. home, Monticello, many of your readers, address is were accompanied by Miss Cary tatooB on It. formed upon, the top of The prospects for wheat is changed from Iwnton, Mo., to who will visit Mrs. Cecil the ground. He also has a beet at his good and harvesting has com- - Plainville, Kan. f store 21 inches Jn circumference. 'pig-rish- E. C. Beard, who confederatedwith Elbert Gosser and Pete McCorkle, for the purpose of intimidating Christopher Burton, was lodged in jail last Thursday. The trio is now behind the bars. About three weeks ago Beard, it is charged, fired a shot or two at Burton, and also threatened to burn his property. The whole , neighborhood has been alarmed over the conduct of these men. Examining trials will follow. -- ly Tells of the Astonish- ing Relief She Gained .' " "M:.t S TUTT & REED Personals. general-run-dow- n ""' s d e TOWN-PROPERT- Y Survey ing Ar-ve- st good-building- s, T. Faulkner, n Additional Locals. Want s ss v. COLUMBIA, KT. Ros-enfiek- J, iimiumuumuMMuwuM THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS KMt&esce Phone 13 B Buriacrt Phot II DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST ir . Oftce, Front rooms 'm Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. - a Columbia, J. B. Stoke - Kentucky J. H. Stone i F -- - SAVE $20.00 NOW $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma $75-0- 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. 0 Bryant &Stratton Business College Louisville, Ky. tag the. recent labor diaturbances i lp$4 from varloua.uianmfac- feBtapllshments all over tne tp the Chicago works of the company, ational Harvester interesting Information was gnt out concerning wage increases g the last fourteen years. At tne Very beginning of the disturbance in the Harvester plants, the management ordered a careful investigation of the rgge increases to its employes since 4.902, the year the company was organized. In order that this investigation might be fair, accurate, and impartial, the company went outside and engaged a firm of certified public accountants to make a detailed examination of the pay rolls from the year of the company's organization down to the present. JWithout waiting for this report, the company proceeded at once to offer its employes in the McCormick and Deering works a new schedule, increasing the minimum rate to 25 cents an hour and granting a new rate which was equivalent to a wage increase of 111-per cent. This new schedule was applied to all employment, piece work or time. Examination of the pay rolls by the certified accountants showed that the wages, even before the recent increase, were much higher than those in effeot when the company waff organized. The following certified report was made as to the McCormick and Deering works: 9 "wpr Y 'WAGE place attended the singing at 1902 Jay Bird last Sunday. The new Bird school house has .IXENTTIST been completed and is now ready Does everything look sort of dark and Am permanently located in Co gloomy "blues?" occupancy the first Monday Does it to you? Do you have theyou to go for take supreme effort for Iumbia. about your daily work and keep yourself in July. AH Classes of Den ra I work clone. Crow y cheerful? half-wa- FglEND.ARE YOU. DISCOURAGED? HENRY W. DEPP, This Mrs. Gilliam Fields was on the dency feeling of discouragement, desponand gloom is the result of a slugsick list several days last week. gish Liver. Just plain Liver trouble makes a big pile of unhappiness makes Willie Yarberry, Toria, R. S. life look hardly worth living, sometimes. Get your Liver in perfect working order, Royse and Evan Strange, Rugby, by taking Dr. Thacher's Liver & Blood Syrup, and you'll soon feel like different did business here one day last person. The sun will shine a brighter. People you meet will seem more agreeable. week. You'll get keen out of life. de and Inlay work a Specialty. Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's AH Shoe Store who ha3 been making his home in the West for the past few years, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Royse, at this week. Last Saturday was Willie's birthday anniversary, and his mother prepared an excellent dinner and invited in a number of the neighbors to help them make the day enjoyable for the young man. Willie! Royse, ENJOYMENT You'll tackle your work and your food with relish. You'll feel TWENTY YEARS YOUNGER. You'll find yourself possessed of the courage and hopefulness of youth. A SplendidJ Clubbing Bargain We Offer DR. THACHER'S Liver and Blood Syrup acts as a tonic and strengthener to the Liver. It encourages and nelps that important organ to do its work easily and more successfully. THEN the stomach and bowels, and every organ of the body is also able to do its work right, for "King Liver rules them all" and when your Liver is right YOU are WELL. he Adair Counly;News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One CERTIFICATE TIN WORK. I am prepared to do any kind of Tin "Work, Hoofing, Guttering, &c I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Fumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythin6 in my line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. Over L. W. Bennetts'a Store. We have made an investigation of the pay roll situation at tin. Deering and McCormick Harvester works of the International Harvester company of New Jersey and WE HEREBY CERTIFY, That the average hourly rate of wages of employes of these works (exclusive of superintendents and general foremen) during April, 1916, shows an Increase of 50.34 of 1902. " Hope, happiness, courage, success these are yours when your Liver is active and strong. If you haven't got a bottle To the Public. of Dr. Thachers Liver & Blood Syrup hand now, go or send for it AT ONCE, "1 have been using Chamberlain's it give your Liver the help it is calling Tablets for indigestion for the past for. THEN you'll see the sun break the clouds and you'll be hopeful, six months, and it affords me pleas through WELL. All happy, dealers sell 50c and ure to say I have never used a remedy $1.00 bottles. that did me so much good." Mrs. C , E. Riley, Illion, N. Y. Chamberlain's THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY,' Year for Only new $1.35 Enquirer Is Subscription may be What the Weekly ad Tablets are obtainable at Faull Drug Co. " fc Chattanooga, Tennessee. Adv. For Sale By Page & Hamilton. SparKsville. Miss Pauline Squires was visMr. Elroy Rowe sold one milch iting at Milltown last week. cow and calf to Ed Wheeler for Miss Georgia Murray was vis$50. per cent over the average hourly rate for the manufacturing season (Signed) HASKINS & SELLS, Certified Public Accountants one-hal- S. E. Bridgwaters, DENTAL OTTOUCE: Dr. James Tripleti DENTIST OVER FATJJCJO. DRUG CO. This report shows an increase of f more than in the hourly rate of wages from 1902 down to April, 1916. When to that is added the increase granted in the new schedule effective May 1st, it makes the actual total of the hourly wage rate from 1902 to the present time 67.03 per cent more than A week later the same firm rendejed another certified report covering the Deering and McCormick twine mills, as follows: two-thirds. Columbia, Ky. BES PHONE SO. OBTTICIB PHOS1 WELL DRILLER See me be of the pay roll situation at the Deering and McCormick twine mills of the International Harves ter company of New Jersey, and WE HEREBY CERTIFY, That the average hourly rates of wages of employes of these mills (exclusive of superintendents) during April, 1916, show increases over CERTIFICATE We have made an investigation I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. fore contracting. Latest im- the average hourly rates the manufacturing season as follows: Per Female employes Male Employes All employes during of 1902 Cent 58.59 51.47 55.91 proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Give This comparison is on the day shift only; night workers are paid a premium of 10 per cent over day wages, which was not the practice In 1902. HASKINS & SELLS, Certified Public Accountants, But there had also been a new schedule for the twine mills, effective May 1, 1916. Adding the increase included therein to the figures of the 1902 (Signed) iting friends and relatives at Mrs. Louisa Rowe is visiting Gadberry last week. relatives and friends .at BreedMr. Scott Todd and son, Robing this week. ert, were in Campbellsville on Mr. Even Roberts, of Rugby, business last week. was in our midst Saturday. Miss Allene Harmon, of MissMrs. Rufus Hayse, ot Dirigo, issippi, was visiting her uncle, visited her mother near this Mr. Jim Harman last week, and place last Saturday. returned to her home last Friday. Several from this part were at Miss Verna Todd, who has the all day meeting at Chestnut been in the Western Normal certainly were School at Bowling Green, arrived Grove. There some good discourses delivered home last week. by Rev. Hawl. Plenty of dinner Mr. Clay Suddarth, who has and good order. been to Somerset to be treated Some wheat has been cut this for rheumatism, has returned week, but next week will be the home very much improved. main harvest week. Mr. Eugene Grasham, whose Gardens are looking excellent. horse fell and mashed one of his Mr. Cager Coomer bought two feet, is able to go around on calves from Mrs. T. J. Rosson crutches, and we are glad to hear last Tuesday, price nnknown. he is improving. Corn is looking good, and the Mr. John W. Cundiff was in farmers will lay by some next Campbellsville last week on week. business. Mrs. Bennie Corbin's health is Jtfr. James Suddarth was quite improving. sick a few days last week. Mr. Elroy Rowe is improving It 13 Issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and It Is one of the best home metropolitan weeklle of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlng the world's events, and for that reason can sine you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorlrls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it & necessity to every ome, farm or business man. This grand offer Is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for the above combination right now. Call or mall orders to te The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. horse to Tom Neat for $60.00. Dolphus Murray sold one mule to Mr. Ferrell for $155.00. Mr. Will Ed Squires sold one aged mule to same party for $90.00. Clear Skin Comes From Within. is foolish to think you can gain a good clear .complexion by the use of face powder. Get at the root of the root of the trouble and thoroughly cleanse the system with a treatment of Dr. King's !New Life Pills. Gentle and mild in action, do not gripe, yet they relieve the liver by their action on the bowels. Good for young, adults and aged. Go after a clear complexion 25c at Paull Drug Co. Ad to-da- y. It Switched Boys to Safety. J. C. YATES at this writing. . Mr. Finis Cundiff and family. of Cane Valley, were visiting his was Iv. H. Jones Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sparks and father last Miss Maggie. Hutchison certified accountants' report, the total Mrs. T. J. Rosson spent last Sunincreases in the twine mills from day with Mr. Elroy Rowe and very sick last week. to date are: Per Cent. Male workers 76.84 96.68 86.46 family, St"-- Female workers Will My Child Total Eye Specialist That means a total increase of the New Discovery? hourly wage rate in the twine mills, Special attenticn given Diseases of all This best answer is Dr. King's New from 1902 to date, of more than Domestic Animals Discovery itself. It's a pleasant The farmer haa not felt the effect of sweet syrup, easy to take. It conOffice at Residence, 1 mile of town, on these increases In wages for the simple reason that by improvements in tains thelmedicines which years of exprocesses of manufacture and by the perience have proven best for Coughs Jamestown road. development of efficiency in the works have used Dr. Phone 114 G. the company has been able to offset and Colds. Those who Discovery longest are its King's New increasing cost of labor. Columbia, Ky. the recent rise in prices of farm best f fients. .Besides every bottle is The machines was due solely to the abrupt guaranteed. If you don't get satisand unusual Increase in the cost of raw materials used in their manufac- faction you get your money back. ture. Material "prices will doubtless Buy a bottle, use- - as directed. Keep en back to their former level in ti & what & left for Cough and Cold insurbut wage Increase! may uf tffWQ c"6 Ad ot ance. At Paull Drug Co's. jj$ permanent additions to tfci four-fifth- s. Your scribe was transacting business in the Milltown precinct Take Dr. King's last week. Miss Rose Hunn will teach school this year this makes fourth school she will teach us, and we hope we can get our the for her every year. Mr. Will E. Todd sold four head of cattle to Brack $135.00. Cain- - for Stone , Will-ra3tce Stone, . - Ernest Cundiff sold one cow to Mr. Walter Ingram for $32.50. Same party- - sold one sow and pigs to John Hood for $20.00. John W. Cundiff sold one cow Atteney-AtrU- w proQucxion. , - 4 m vomaaaL' Dirii. J. E. Clay well and two of his ' Russell Creek. : N toJoebmitfcfor $33. Ink ud adjonbfi -. JawsUwi, KcitKcky Mr. James Grasham sold one Wheat lias come out- - considerably since the rains, and the bunch of hogs for 8ic per lb. children are sick with chills. bwy cuttin ifc Mr. Owen Wilton sold ose aged Quite a number from this bindew Me Twelve boys, on a stolen handcar, were saved from death recently at Paterson, N. J. by a railroad towerman, who opened a switch and sent them hurling down an embankment just before a Lackawanna express flew along the same track. The boys found an abandoned handcar beside the Lackawanna tracks near the Paterson station and put it on the eastbound track Frank M. Barr, station agent, saw them go past the s&tfoa and telegraphed to a towerman a mile away at Paterson Junction to stay them. Five minutes later the towerman heard the rattle of the car and the whistle of an express around the curve. He opened a switch, and the handcar left the main track, sped along a siding and toppled down an enbankment Two against a barbboys ed wire fence and seriously cut. The towerman closed the switch and the express flew by. joy-ridi- ng -- were-throw- n THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After PttONE-fHom- e ICumb. Main 9 141 City 2291 Rates j- - 50-75-- 1. OO -- . Crocus. Fov Tears Up in Despair. of Discouraging Ctaditions, Mrs. BvQock Gave Husband Cane to Rescie. had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I ' can now walk two miles without its I In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doingail my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Catron, Ky. years, wHh womanly troubles, and during fills time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at IS. At times, I would have severe pains Cardui, the woman's tonic' It has helped more than a million women, in its 50 years of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. -- la my left side He knows what The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Co.. Lid! Writs to: Chittanooza Boon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga,Meildna for Spec M Tenn.. your case e Instructions on book. Homt feat, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment 'er Women," Mat In plain wTippw. nd64-raJ-- iSr iST jt if jr iSr TS' ssrssrisir,sr,3Si LISTEN! LISTEN! WOODSON LEWIS Greensburg, Ky. Has eight or ten Cars of Farm Machinery and Implements that he is now offering at old prices, no advance. Plows at last years prices. The Oliver Chilled Plow, the Genuine Chilled that all Thrifty and Prosperous Farmers use, the Soil Conserver and Crop Maker. A Full Stock of Tobacco Fertilizers, OldStyle, Rich, Prices are Reasonable: but buy now. Four Car Loads of Wire Fence at very reasonable prices. Clod Crushers and Land Rollers actually at less money than last year. Four Clover Leaf Manure Spreaders, the I. H. C. Best Make, New, for 60.00 each. First Come, First Served. These are the I. H. C. $135.00 Spreaders. Also Four I. H. C. Best Make Eight Disc Wheat Drills, for $57.50. Genuine Asphalt Roofing at Reasonable Prices. Every article named above has advanced wholesale from 15 to 500 per cent We are selling practically the whole list while stock lasts for way below present cost. We are selling the Best Buggy "Ever" Made at the price of a cheap buggy. A Fact: it is built with an A. Grade Whith Hickory Wheel. If a wheel breaks within one year of purchase I will give a new whell to replace broken one. Mind you I do not say I will have broken wheel repaired. I will replace "with new wheel and immediately." No losing your temp- The farmers are now cutting wheat in thi3 seetion. We are having lots of rain. Corn is looking fine. "In fhe Hea.rf of Loui5viIIe" The Sunday school at Simpson is getting along nicely. CONVENIENCES TELEPHONES IN There was a very good attendEUROPEAN PLAN ance at the singing at Sulphur Louisville, Ky. springs last Sunday, considering Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th the death of Mrs. K. Walkup, well, and it is hoped that he will which caused a shorter attendGradyville. ance. Eain and plenty of itjast week. recover. He is having the best Luery Thomas and Miss Cora of attention by "his physician and Wheat harvest is on this week also a train nurse from Louisville. Lloyd were married last Sunday and a crop too. Allen Kemp delivered the best by magistrate, Mr. Antle, near Strong Hill, of Glasgow, was lot of hogs here last week to Ray Union chapel. here this week in the interest of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Miller went Caldwell that has been brought hardware. to this town this season at 8c per to Danville last week, after their Miss Elsie Nelson, of Greens- pound. children who have been in school burg, visited her mother near Since the completion of the there for some time. here several days of last week. Bill Gifford's wiie is very sick subscription of the proposed rail Joel Rodgers is in Louisville road coming into the town of Co- at this writing. this week having some repairing lumbia, the spirit of improveAuthur Grant and Miss Clara done on his mill, getting ready ment has struck our people and Antle eloped to Tennessee one for the new crop of wheat. we have made a large subscrip- night last week where they were Robert Wethington spent last tion to build a first-claroad married. Saturday and Sunday in Colum- from this place to Union church. Sam Grant, who has been on bia. Such men as W. L. Grady, R. L. the sick list for some time, went Valley, Wethington, Thos. Dowell, Silas to Glensfork to consult a doctor. Robert Wilson, of Cane and Walter Goff, of Columbia, Cain and many others to numer-ou- r Tilford Petty and wife went passed through, our place one too mention are at the Back to Bowling Green a few days ago. day last week en route for of this enterprise. We expect to Otha Bibee is running a saw They motored through raise our subscription list to one mill near this place this week. regardless of the bad road. thousand dollars. Some have Matthew Aaron and wife visRobert Reed, of Columbia, subscribed $ 00. We expect the spent a day or so here last week subscription to be paid in either ited J. W. Vaughan last Sunday. L. J. Jones is building Hiram cash or work on the road. Said looking after insurance. Jackman a two story dwelling. Misses Lula Moss and Ruth work is to begin not later than Holladay are visiting at Edmon- the 1st day of August and to be J. Z. Collins, of Kneedmore, continued until work is complet- put a metal roof on part of his ton this week. ed. We have the assurance from his dwelling last week. Mr. Herschel- Shirrell, who is Miss Pearl Floyd, who has on the road selling poultry food, asU. N. Whitlock and others will be taken up been real sick for some time, is is making fine success and we that the matter complet- improving at this writing. understand his remedies are fine from Bliss and the road ed in like manner to Union church Little James Miller, son of for all kind of fowl diseases. therefore we will have a good B. S. Miller, is quite sick. Adair Spoke Co., begun work road from Gradyville to half-wa- y Mrs. Ada Grant visited her here the first of the week. When to Columbia anyway, and we uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. they get their machinery all shall expect the good citizens L. Grant last Sunday, trained up they think they will living on the road from Bliss to Prayer meeting at Mount Zion do a good business here again Columbia to see that the road is every Saturday night. Sunday this- season. continued from Bliss Columbia. Cordie Wilson, during the elec- You good farmers living on said school every Sunday afternoon.' tric storm last Thursday night, road, we all know who you are, Leo Miller and wife visited lost by ligtning, a very fine milch should take the work up and see his mother. Mrs. Adelia Sullivan cow and several head of hogs. the work is done and when at this place last Sunday. "SAFETY FIRST !! Hotel Wat kins ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODE- RN ss Tomp-kinsvill- e. 1 - - that G. er and cussing while you wait six weeks for your wheel to be returned. WAGONS! WAGONS! This line has advanced 20 per cent, or say Ten Dollars a Wagon. We will sell you the best and lightest running Wagon made at no advance at all. Buy now. We cannot control the whole thing always. They say that Fruit Jars will be out of reach, tops cost now, more than Jars did last year. We can make prices within the reach of all. Buy now. We can't control the whole thing all summer. Special ' prices to merchants, Now. J '" aWOODSONr LEWIS ,. . Pickett, were in this community paid for, and we will have a last week looking after cattle good road with but little exand sheep. pense. We have an example of Our people are haying plenty of good things to eat out of their the work on the Bliss hill that gardens at this time. Uncle U. N. Whitlock and his brother, Robert Keltner sayB he has the Ed, looked after and this road largest Irish potatoes that is was good all winter, while part grown in this section this season of the road from this town to at this time. Uncle Bob grows Bliss was impassable and danthe Bull Mooser kind and he says they can not be beat If they gerous to man and beast to travcan they have failed to show up. el. Let us fix the road right and will have good roads all the time. n Mr. S. C. Neat, the groceryman of Columbia, was Misses Ruth Hill and Maud calling on his trade in our town Wilmore, two of our popular one day last week. Schuyler is young ladies, visited in Colum- a good fellow and gets a good bia last week. share of the business of our well-know- W. Pickett and son, of the road is completed it will be Stomach Troubles and Constipation. Tablets are the most satisfactory remedy for stomach troubles and constipation that I have sold in thirty-fou- r years' drug store service," writes S. H. Murphy, druggist, Wells-bur- g, N. T. Obtainable Paull Drug Co. "I will cheerfully say thatCham-oerlain- 's Adv. Thk strawberry shipping season for Bawling Green is over and 385 cars were shipped which is more than last year. gums Bad teeth and not only look bad, and feel un comfortable if not painful, but they let in more serious disease like rheumatism, chronic and tuberculosis. It doesn't pay to "let the teeth go." The Healthy Home. ill-ke- pt .v. spsk,g I t Missionary dealer in everything the Farmer and the Farmer's wife and family needs. ? aHEEHSTSBTJRe, BT5T. JtiBiRSSR A 3 SBJSJBiSBiRR town. The all day singing last Sunday, at Smith's chapel, conducted by Messrs. Campbell and Ben-net-t, was largely attended and fine music rendered. - The peo ple who attended were highly entertained. L. C. Cook, who hag been dangerously sick for the past three weeks, is holding his own very FsrethMght. People are learning that a. little forethought often saves them a big expense. Here is an instance: E. W. Archer, Cakfwell, Ohio, writes: "I donofc believe that- pur family has been .without Chamberlain's Colic; Cholera and Diarrhoea jpemedy siace we commenced keeping house years ago. When we go on an extended vis- The following is the committee for the camp meeting to be held at J. B. Burton's store, Purdyt Ky; B. Burton, Purdy, Ky. Bev. J. D. Burton, Pardy, Ky. .JobnHadley, Purdy, Ky. W. E, Foster,. Purdy, Ky. Bev. M. A. Albertsen, Purdy.' We, J. the coamittee, kiadlyaad. cor- it we toke it with PaullDrugCo. us." For dially invite all ministers, who preach, the gospel, and will be weJceaie to jiwae and take part with us. The sale b meeting will begia August the 13 Adv. 1916. 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Ypu Will Laugh You Will Will Be Thrilled-Y- ou Startled, Surprised, Inspired By The . Weep-Y- ou Will Be - ii BATTLE CRY OF PEACE - OOTS&(fn:jY- PARAMOUNT THEATER NOT Only a Million Dollar Photo Spectacle, Showing New York at the Height of Gayety and Later in War Times, BUT With it All is a Heart Interest Drama Touching That it Makes a Lump Rise in Your Throat. So 35,000 People in Cast, including Chas. Richman, Thais Lawton, Jas. Morrison, Norma Talmadge, L. Roger Lytton, Mary Maurice, Hugh Hurburt, Louise Beaudet, Admiral Dewey, Hudson Maxim, Secretary of War Garrison, Theodore Roosevelt and other Notables. tf??& 350 See The Gay White Way of New York brilliantly illuminated at night, the most Beautiful Sky Line in thy world in Flames; the casts in the greatest American story greatest of all ever written. all-star People in New York and Chicago gladly paid $2.00 to see "The Battle Cry of Peace," but you can see this unusual film at these remarkably low prices: ALTTERNOOIsT 250 s- MGHT Center WAR SITUATION A detachment of the Tenth Cavalry and de facto troops un- der Gen. Felix Gomez clashed arrcently a t Carrizal, ninety smiles south of El Paso. According to reports gathered from Mexican sources the American Casualties wiir reach twenty, while twice that many Mexicans were killed. Gen. Gonzalez, Jommander ' at Juarez, stated sev- ;that in addition to the dead enteen Americans were taken prisoner to Chihuahua City. Gen. Gomez is known to be among -- the dead Mexicans. Versions of the cause of the - 4 tsngagement vary. An American returning from the interior passed the station nearest the scene of the engagement and reported that he had some of the Mexican ctropps involed saying that they "had entrapped the United States soldiers by means of a flag of ttruce. The Mexican official account, however, states that the Americans fired firstupon a messenger sent forward to request he withdrawal of the American forces. Heavy Mexican machine rgunfire is said to have been the cause of many American casualties, ;E1 Paso, Texas, June 22. Twelve American soldiers, including their commander, . were billed in the battle of Carrizal yesterday and seventeen others were taken prisoners, according to official announcement by' the Mexican Consul here. The Mexicans lost fourteen men drilled and thirty wounded. No mention was made of any American wounded. The consulate announcement said complete details had been received from Villa Ahumada. The Americans removed their wounded with them. The name of the American commander still is unknown. The bodies of the American dead were counted as they lay on the jfield of battle. -- over-."hea- rd The Mexicans claimed they captured twenty horses and twenty rifle3 at Carrizal. San Antonio, Tex., June 22. Gen. Pershing reported to Gen. that he had not Funston yet received a report on the fight at'Carrizal, but added that on information sent to him he had sent out two squadrons of the Eleventh Cavalry with in; strUctions to get into touch with the troop of the Tenth that was engaged yesterday by the Mexican forces. Gen. Funston made it plain that Gen. Pershing's first report has not altered the general situation and that no special orders will be issued until Gen. Pershing has rendered a report in detail of the Carrizal fight and incidents that lead to it. ' Gen. Pershing said'that all his men had positive orders not to do anything calculated to precipitate a fight with troops of the de facto Government. Although unstated in Gen. Pershing's report, officers at department headquarters drew the inference that Capt. Charles T. Boyd was in command of Troop H, the troop believed to have been the one engaged at Carrito-da- J. B. Jonls WILLARD HOTEL & Jeffefson Streets Ail m Louisville, y Bates $2.00 and $2.50 vlth hot and cold vafer, Privi lege of Bath. European Plan . ," Kentucky. AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 1.00. and Up vith Private Bath. " and3.50 per day ;, : AXsZ, :mtoat;r. soc ' '. UNDEtlTAKER AND E1IBAL1IER qOLUMBIA, ICY. Any kind of Bend Coffin or Casket made ready to ' A Block . " Local and Lon Distance Telephones ' in all Rooms. and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. out in a few minutes after receivinsr order. No extra charge for hearse. All kinds of Robes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery .Home Phone Co 52 A D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. A. 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Pershing there will be no decision, but President Wilson is said to view the fight as an in- - cident for which subordinate commanders probably were re sponsible and not as an act likely to precipitate general hostilities. Paris, June 22. Af ter violent attacks lasting all night the Germans captured front line trenchs, es between Fumin wod and in the Verdun sector, according to an official statement issued today by the war office. The Germans attacked in force on both banks of the Meuse after the usual heavy bombardment. An attack on the south slope of Dead Man Hill was checked by grenade detachments according to the official statement. On theuright bank of the river there were violent engagements, west and south of Fort Vaux, during which the Germans gained a footing in a corner of Fumin woodjbut were 'imnlediately expelled. Later they returned to the attack when some trenches were captured. A German grenade assault north of Hill 321 was stopped by the French fire. 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