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The Adair County news: September 20, 1916 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1916 ada1916092001_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: September 20, 1916 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. nr t lliJlE VOLUME XIX COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTV, KENTUCKY, ffetftf WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1916. NUMBER 47 GONE TO HER REWARD. Mrs. C. Lewe, Daughter of Judge Junius Hancock, Crosses Over W. SKETCHES. Takes Over the Land iness. Loan Bus- Words of Sympathy. Monday's Speaking. The speaking in the court-hous- e last Monday drew a large and attentive audience. Judge II. C. Baker was chairman of the meeting aud asked all present to hear the two distinguished gentlemen present the issues in the present campaign. Judge W. W. Jones made an introductory speech presenting Mr. Morrow and Mr. Gor don Mdntgomery presented Congress man Helm in a pointed and well chosen speech. Mr. Morrow used an hour and a half to the satisfaction of his party, dwelling largely in indirect criticism of the present administra tion and also made a painstaking effort to arouse fear in the election of President Wilson. He is an orator and ?. trained and skillful politician. Mr. Helm "occupied an hour 'and in a " pointed and forceful manner referred to the achievements of the present administration showing achievements as against promises. His speech was well pleasing to a high degree and had the ring of honest conviction. For Sale. A good Short Horn bull calf, 5 months old. Bascom Dohoney, Columbia, Ky. , Geo. R. Miller. This week we take up a gentleman who has been traveling for candy years, manufacturers for twenty-fou-r and as he is comparatively a joung man now, hfs long time on the road is an evidence thatv he commenced his career as a wholesale salesman when a mere boy. He starred vith Bradas & Co., and doing good service for several years, he accepted a position with Frank A. Menne & Co., remaining with this firm a number of years, his territory covering several States. As a ready salesman, Mr. Miller's reputation became generally known, and securing a flattering offer from a Cincinnati establishment, he again made a change, traveling for the last firm several years, By this time he had accumulated a snug sum, and after due cpnsideration he concluded that if he cotlld make money for his friends he could do the same for himself. Accordingly, three years ago he organized a company known as theTinsley, Miller Co., and opened a wholesale house in Louisville. The venture proved to be successful, the house doing, a fine business from the start. Mr. Miller travels over the State himself, and his reputation as a salesman is known throughout tbe Commonwealth. He handles the best of candies, his customers being ready for him each visit he makes. George, as he is called here, was born and reared in Columbia. His father, J. H. Miller, was a merchant in this place, and was a man that the entire county had the most implicit confidence. He died and also his oldest son, Nat, who assisted him in business, leaving the store to the care of his younger sons George, Bob and Henry, mere kids. They had business tact, and their father's affairs were conducted uninterruptedly by them for several years. All three of the boys have been successful, ' Henry in Columbia, Bob in Minnesota and George on the road. The iatter makes Columbia every three weeks and is invariably given a cordial welcome by the merchants and his friends generally Here is hoping that a majority of his good days are yet to come, and all during life he may be successful in his chosen occupation. He is married and happy in a comfortable home in Louisville.. Mr, S. N. Hancock, formerly .and is at Rest, After a Long Illness. FUNERAL SERVICES LARGELY ATTENDED has taken over the loan business of U. E. Dodson and will move the loan office to the Herald-Time- s building where he will have a mere public place and we predict for him a nice loanbusiness as Sam' is a man that is well liked by all who know him. Herald-Times, the with lv Columbia, where she was born and reared, realized thab a beautiful life and spotless character had gone to meet the God she worshiped; that her cheerful voice in the home had been hushed, and that a deroted husband had been bereft of the idol of Els life. For more than a year the companioa of her bosom kept vigil by her bedside, quit his business, his only thought being that of his beloved wife. His devotion was beautiful, never hesitating i.o do all in his power that might possibly bring relief. Likewise Eer father and other members of the family were interested only in her recovery, and every wish was gratified, tenderest ol hands administering to her wants dally andoiightly. During her long illness, of twenty months, there were days when it was thought she was improving, and often those wEo were near and dear to her felt encouraged, but the good days would not last, the disease continually praying upon her system, "baffling the skill of physicians. During the months of her illnessshe was up a portion of the time, walking about the dwelling, but really she was no better, gradually wasting, and three weeks ago the husband and her father's family were brought to the realization that the time for her departure was fast approaching. It came Tuesday night, September the 12th, at 11 o'clock. Her life "went out as she had lived, peacefully, and she was ready to meet the Giver of all that is good. The deceased had been a devoted member of the Christian Church since early girlhood, and she was thirty years old on the 9th of last February. In health she never failed to attend her church services and was never missed from the Sunday School. She was married to Mr. Geo. W. Lowe about eight years ago. No children came to bless the home, but they were happy in each other's love. Up to 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon friends constantly visited the home, expressing sympathy for those who had been so sorely stricken. May the God of love comfort them in thehours of their, great affl iction is the wish of the wrioer, who knew the deceased from infancy to the grave. Besides the husband she is survived by her father, lour brothers, Messrs. W. F. Hancock, Louisville, S. N. and Geo. W New Mexico, Henry Hancock, Columbia, and one sister, Mrs W. M. Wilson, also of New Mexico. Her stepmother, who was also an aunt, Ead much to do in rearing her, and no mother could have been more devoted, and no one of the family is experiencing more grief. The funeral services were held at the Christian church Wednesday afternoon, conducted by her pastor, Eld. Z. T. Williams, who preached a very touching discourse to the Jiving, paying high tribute to the Christian character of the dead. The floral offerings were beautiful, and as the congregation looked upon the white casket containing the body, i& coma not neiD butsav it la nmhlft. matical of the life lived by the depart- a. &g& --- In the departure of the subject of this writing the people generally of POKTALES SCHOOL NOTES School opened Tuesday with an enrollment of 323 in grades and lOi in High School. Several visitors were present. Bro. Bell conducted chapel exercises in High School and made a short talk. Short-talk- s were also made by Mrs. Oldham, Dr. Dunaway and others. Some of the books were not in, delayed on account of the threatened strike. Others have been wired for. Portales Herald-Time- s This is the school that Prof. W. Wilson is the Superintendent. Masonic Election. M. night: Columbia Chapter,' No. 7, Royal Arcli Masons, elected the followiaer of ficers for the ensuing year last Friday W. T. Price, High Priest. E. B. Barger, King. F. H. Durham, Scribe. W. R. Myers, C. of H. Sam Lewis, R. A. C. J. E. Murrell, Principal S. Horace Jeff ries, Secretary- F. Paull, Treas. J. E. Garnett, Master 3rd. V. J. D. Lowe, Master 2nd. V. S. C. Neat, Master 1st. . G. A. Smith, Sentinel. -E. " A Card of Thanks. My heart is overflowing with gratitude for the unbounded kindness extended by the people of Columbia during the long illness, terminating in death, of my beloved wife. Friends never tired, ever ready to soothe with tender hands and to cheer with loving expressions Especially, do thank Drs. Hancock and Flowers for their close attention. They did what they could, and they and ..all others will ever have a warm place in my Gratefully, heart. Geo. W. Lowe: I want to Information Wanted. May Be So. Mrs. Mary Jane Hundley, at the request of an old lady, writes, making To Adair County News: Please find space in your paper for Inquiry of her sister, Nancy Collins the following letter: The woman for whom Mrs. Hundley On September 9th, in Butler counwrites, says she was born and reared ty, about 12 miles from Morgantown, in Columbia, and the sister has not Wanted. been heard of for years. If any one one p my horses reared up and fell could furnish information, Mrs. Mary back on O. H. Sullivan, who was ridMan past 30 with horse and buggy Jane Hundley, Moline, 111 , would' be ing it, killed said Sullivan and wound- to sell Stock Condition Powder in Adair ed my horse. I had Sullivan buried glad to get it. Ad. and if any of his people want to write county. Salary 370 per mouth. 9 Industrial Luildiner. dress to me address, Valuable Jack for.Saie. Indianapolis, Indiana. Chas. L. Cook, Hartford, Ky Frank Holt Killed. A good 7 year old Jack for sale, or Mr. J. C. Miller, contractor, has will trade same for mules or cattle. brought suit against the building comThe manner of the death of Frank For information, apply at the News mittee of the new Christian church, Holt, who lived in the Pellyton counCampbellsville, alleging that over try, is shrouded in mystery. office. was first $4,000 is due him. The suit was filed reported here that he bad It met with Although the wedding took place in in the Adair County Circuit Clerk's foul play, and June, it has never been announced, office, the papers being served on one tree fell on later it was told that a him, crushing out his life. that of Mrs. Meda Reynolds to Mr. Ed of the committee, in this county. People in the neighborhood are shak Walker. The bride was the widow of ing their heads, and a full investigathe late J. H. Reynolds and the groom Quite a number of relatives and will be made. The grand jury 4s was a widower, his first wife being a friends, of Burkesville, attended the tion in session, commencing Monday of daughter of the late Bassett Hurt. funeral of Mrs. Alexander, at CampBoth the bride and groom once lived bellsville, last Friday. In the number this week. in Columbia. Their marriage took were the father, brothers and sister Butter Wanted. place in Oklahoma. of the deceased. pay Judge J. C. Carter arrived froTh Tompkinsville in due time, and by the dinner hour he iiad perfected an organization, and in the afternoon the mill started to grind. It Is said that no very important cases will be tried, Read the Paramount Theater ad in at this term. The first three days this issue. will" be taken up in disposing of misdemeanors. Will print the names of The City Cemetery: the jurors next week. Some three or four years ago a committee of ladies of this town was Lost. placed in charge of the cemetery with a"n allowance from the- town treasury Red cow, 10 years old, dehorned, to meet the expenses of keeping it in marked in. both ears, thin in order. proper condition. The ladies did their Last heard of she was near Joppa. work well, and our "City of the Dead" Will pay S5.00 for information. was cared for as it shoul be. For some E. D. Wheeler, Sparkesville, Ky. reason the City Council relieved them t. and took charge, and the result has been, as was predicted, almost absoSuicided. lute neglect. Now, the ladies are voluntarily undertaking the work again, but they are doing this without any Bryaut Beard, who was born and available funds, and they will have to reared on Casey Creek, Adair 'county, appeal to the liberal sentiment of the committed suicide in Oklahoma a few public. A committee of ladies has days ago, by shooting. No particu.been appointed to solicit funds for lars. this purpose, ana every one should Fat Cattle. contribute something. This work ought to be turned back to the ladies; -- I have six fat cattle for sale. " and a fixed amount of the town reve- Miss Tillie TraUe. nue should be set apart to be used by : them in their discretion. x..x The Red Goose. 47-247-lt. The sympathy of this publication and many Columbia friends is extended to Mr. John Q. Alexander, of Campbellsville, who lost his beloved wife last Tuesday afternoon. The end came suddenl in an infirmary in Louisville where the husband had conveyed his wife for an operation. While lying upon a bed, resting, until the specialist could make ready for the operation, Mr. Alexander and his sons being present, suddenly Mrs. Alexander's heart ceased to beat, notifying the loved ones at the bedside that the deatii angel had come. The scene was heart rending, and when the intelligence of the demise of the devoted wife and loving molher was flashed over the wires all heads bowed in the profoundest sorrow. John Q. Alexander and Mary McGee plighted their love in Burkesville, where they were married many years' ago Three sons, two of them now grown, the other about 16 years of age, came to bless their union. A happy family, the sons being useful and dutiful, brought comfort and joy to the parents They never knew sorrow nor to long for something they could not be provided with, hence the sons have lost the dearest friend upon earth-mot-her. The husband, though surrounded by his noble sons, who will do all in their power to bring comfort, nothing will soothe as did the loving and sympathetic words of the companion of his bosom The husband is a faithful Christian, aud he will go to a sympathizing Savior, for he alone can dry the tears of the broken hearted. " ., Circuit Court. -- Eepresenting a lasting shoe by that? brand, was quite an attraction at Eussell & Co's store, last Monday. People flocked to see the maneuvers . of the goose, and the merit of the. shoe was told by Mr. Hintop, who "' . represents the manufacturers. If you".j.-wan- t shoes for school children, call : '. ' for the Red Goose. ,-c - Notice. - Public sale of valuable Jack stock. - will sell, in Jamestown, the third Monday in October, three good black Jacks, well- bred and good breeders,' I three, four and eight years old. mean to sell. I have moved from myi farm and the highest bidder gets i them. B. D. McFarland, 47-4- t. Jameotown, Ky week; T?he machine will reach sell in a few days, and the additional crusher will enable the road hands to eign buyers. Prices ruled high for build roads much faster, The Eussell extra good ones. county people are enthused on the , subject of good roads. Ben Humphress, who is employed in the Canal Zone, sold a. farm, lying Instruments for the Lindsey-Wilso- n neat Mt. Carmel, this county, to Sylbraes band have been ordered, twelve van Banks for $2,000. Ed VanHoy w pieces They will arrive this week sold his farm, lying near Cane Valley, Capt. Dan Schorer, an experienced to Edgar Viars ior $1,000. mueteian, is in the school and will be the Instructor. Mrs. Martin Smith, .who lived near Grleeon sold D. E. Phelpsr Humble, Eussell county, died last Mr. Jas Imc weetr, two nogs um& orougnc mm Thursday. . She was about sixty years ' , old. 74.2. C. E. Harris, contractor? road &aMlng, in Russell coumtyftWght aaother rock crusher in Louisville last The largest crowd seen in Colum for some time came in Monday, to fl nresent at the ODenine of circuit cou People were' here . from all adjoining counties, and business was lively dur-th- e day. The mule market was brisk and quite a number were sold to for---- . 15 cents cash for good, I will The Methodist revival meeting, at fresh tjutter , Will also pay cash for Milltown, closed last Sunday night. i The' meeting at the Christian church . . Up to Friday evening there had been Is in progress, and the evening services dried fruit; P. Hutchison. J twenty conversions and eight addi J. are largely attended. Eld. Gabbert, tions to the church. The meeting was- is an Adair county product, has who Mr. O. B. West, who at one time conducted by the pastor, Rev. Oscar the reputation of being a strong and was pastor of the U. B. Church, this Capshaw, Eev. W. E. Wagoner,' this entertaining minister. place, met with a serious accident at place, doing tbe preaching. Dayton, 0., recently. He was em"Mr. Luther Willis, viho lives near ployed in a machine shop and. got his Under an, act passed by the last Con- v Bliss, left a sample of hisBurley tobac right hand caught with a' trip ham gress and is now a law, all widows of CO crop at this office. It is hard ,to mer, mashing it very badly. He was soldiers, who have reached: - ' beat, and his crop of eleven acres will here last Wednesday morning, en 'the age of seventy, are entitled to $20 evidently bring a good sum of money. route to his home, Toria, this county. per month Those who are' now draw- - "" ing less than that amount can get the , Dora Wilson, who was stabbed by Parents should caution their chil- 820T)y making proper application. Doc Hardwick, in Eussell county, ten dren not to walk in front of cars. days ago, who it was reported at the There are so many in use now, runThere Is a stray black: sheep at.my , '" time to be mortally wounded, is said ning In every direction, that there is house. S. E. Biakeaaan, ' Milifcown, .Ky;. f ;i. to be improving, and will recover. danger of some one getting hurt. - The t. ,. , f chauffeurs seem, to be very careful, but Saturday mora--v Light f roet Circuit court Is is session, . many accidents happeayffhen you ieett t. -' people being in attendance. ' ' 47-3- t. " -- 47-2- sus--pec- -- inf. t r h 'j ry b4 Jt .&" f & 15) A THE ADAIRQOUNTY NEWS fcfcai Cpngress S iy Mary Blank had always hated Washington, D.C Sept. 8th, study. To swim, ride, row, to 1916. A summary of the SeptemtNew York World.) Congress in play golf or tennis, to manage a ber crop report for the State of The Sixty-fouriifci Srst session has pair of horses had been her Kentucky and for the United Passed 252 public and 174 pri- - greatest pleasure. Indulgent States, as compiled by the BuitSs acts. 33 public and 4 pri- - parents and a good deal of mon- reau of Crop Estimates, and ey had made this possible to the transmitted through the Weathwiace resolutions. er Bureau, U. S. Department of Killed the Gore and McLemore age of 23. saxsoltttions providing for a Two years ago sne found her- - Agriculture, is as 'follows: of American rights on the self alone in the world, with a CORN. iugh seas. small, insufficient income. NeState. September 1st forecast, Prevented a national steam cessity is often the mother of 114,000,000 b'ushels; production e courage as well as railroad strike through the of invention last year, final estimate, 114,000-00- 0 Law. and this girl reald of an bushels. .Aopropriated $655,000,000 for ized that her athletic accomplishUnitek States. September I st ments might be turned to profita- forecast, 2,710,000,000 bushels; national defense. Passed army and navy ble account in a summer resort. production last year, final enlarging and improving She remembered ja. summer 3,054,5,35.000 bushels. &otfa, for the defense of the coun- - place where she had once spent ALL WHEAT. months and where she three State. Preliminary estimate, massed the bhippmg Bill, ap- knew every road for miles about, 8,190,000 bushels; production last propriating $50,000,000 for a as well as every charming spot year, final estimate, 9,9000,000 cQfTerament owned merchant ma- - on the serpentine river and along bushels. the beautiful bathing-beecUnited States. September Tat Enacted legislation insuring Before the season opened she forecast, 611,000,000 bushels; osg-tim- e loans to farmers at low settled herself in one of the best production last year, final esticrates. and pleasantest hotels on the mate, 1,011,505,000 bushels. Massed a Ghild Labor Law to beach. The proprietor allowed ' OATS. &eep children out of the facto-sxie- s. her to post uy in the office a card State. September 1st forestating that Miss Blank was preproductiopared to give lessons in swim- cast, 4,540,000 bushels; driven greater measure of n-last year, final estimate, to the Philippines. ming, riding, golf, tennis, rowbushels. management of a cadreated a Tariff Commission. ing and the United States. September 1st noe. Passed a Workman's CompeVery soon Miss Blank had more forecast, 1,230,000,000 bushels; nsation Act for Federal employees. "customers" than she could at- production last year, final estiSrcvided Federal aid to States tend to. Her intimate acquaint- mate, 1,540,363,000 bushels. nfn construction of roads. TOBACCO. ance of country and river here Imposed a prohibitive tax on was soon discovered, and she 1st forecast, cotton sold for future delivery in wa9 in demand to serve as picnic 472,000,000 poueds, production fi2cfcitlous or wash sales. guide and as "coachman" for last year, final estimate, 356,400,-00- 0 Amended the Postal Savings driving parties. pounds, JKaiw, increasing the amount . United States. September 1st Real Education. welch individuals may deposit forecast, 1,220,000,000 pounds; razn:$500 to $1,000 with interest production last year, final estiEducation, if it be worth the mate, 1,060,587,000 pounds. -- and sxi additional $1,000 without name, is practical. Many a col"POTATOES. lege graduate has found himself Amended the Federal Reserve State. September 1st on the verge of starving to death ISixw to permit national banks to 4,280,000 bushels; product because he had not early learned foreign branches. the force of this truth. On the tion last year, final estimate, "Passed the Emergency Rev bushels. other hand, many whose advanLaw providing for increatages in life were apparently the United States. September 1st Income taxi levying a sing the most meager have steadily climb- forecast, 318,000,000 bushels; 1 ageadesfced tax of to 10 per ed upward, and ultimately reach- production last year, final estiscents on inheritances ranging ed the goal of their desires, by mate, 359,103,000 bushels. rom $50,000 to $5,000,000; a 10 SWEET POTATOES the means of the sper cent., net profit tax on knowledge circumstances State. September 1st fore-- . munitions, 5 per cast, 941,000 bushels; production had helped them to obtain. 35at , net profit tax on manuf An old story tells us that a last year, final estimate, 1,050, of material entering into gay Athenian once laughed at 000 bushels. munitions, and a license tax on United States. September 1st the shorj; swords of the Spartans invested capital stock and jokingly remarked on them forecast, 69,300,000 bushels; ..corporations capitalized at more production last year, final to Agia, the Spartan king. iSthm $99,000. bushels. "Well," was the laconic reply of the Spartan, "we find them HAY. fallow to Give Good Advice. quite long enough to reach our State. Preliminary estimate, ' The best way to give good advice is cjsefc a good example When others enemies with." I,2s0,000 tons production last accomplishments may year, final estimate, 1,225,000 3eafiow quickly you get over your Certain cold by taking Chamberlain's Cough vJBJemedy they are likely to follow your not be as showy as others, but tons. vsE&mple. This remedy has been in they may be the very ones needesUnited a for many years and enjoys an excellent reputation. Obtainable at ed to conquer the, duties their timate, 86,200,000 tons; .producAdv possessor JSaull Drag .Co. has to face in his ev- tion last year, final estimate, tons. . eryday life. "Son. Ben Johnson was the on APPLES. Get all the knowledge possible, Congressman from Kentucky State. September 1st jf t, for nothing we ever learn is alwho was able to attend the 2,470,000 barrels; producLincoln Farm yesterday. together useless. But turn tion last year, final estimate, knowledge to wisdom by making barrels. s Roumanian attacks on the it useful. Get yourself in the United States. September 1st in Transylvania have been habit of thinking how thethings forecast, 67,700,000 barrels; .aaraccessful and a number of last year, final estimate, towns have been captured. you learn may be applied to the th sur-xreaS- er the Nation. Did for vtler Talent Put to Use. Government Xrop Report. We have always demonstrated to the readers of tbe-AdCounty News that we compete most successfully air with the offerings of any catalogue house. Indeed in most instances our qualities are far superior and have cost no more that the inferior kind. Our store is known as the representative Carpet arid Rug House : Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spacious salesrooms have always expressed themselves most favorably about "our stocks and prices. The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of Good Linoleum with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. pas-jsag- Eight-Hour-D- ay quick-witte- Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, 522 &524W. incorporated. meas-wzce- s, esti-mot- e, Market St., Louisville, Ky. h. self-iigovernm- ent State.--Septem- ber fore--cas- t, 0 United States. Estimate pro i witWlnlUtfjflmHmjJmM duction, 1916, 36,900,000 bush BHJaPVJMHViHHH els; estimated production, 1915, DRIVING OUT CATARRH 63,460,000 bushels. If people knew how the presence ef catarrh Is a constant menace, they would have nono of it. It HEMP. infests some part of the delicately, adjusted body and makes it useless, State. September 1st condithus throwing on the other organs more than their share of work. It affords a carefully prepared seedtion, 82, compared with the bed for the germs of colds, grip, tuberculosis and pneumonia. It so average of 80. disarranges Nature's deUcate plans as to make p.ossible asthma, hay fever and other respiratory disPRICES. orders. It spreads until it becomes systemic, thus involving many orThe first price given below is gans and debilitating the entire system with serious results. 13 easily the average on September 1st, it CStarrh gets well neglected.- aUd rarely of Itself. It proper medicinal correction. this year, and the second, the needsalmost half a century many 3Tor help In average on September 1st, last thousands have found with special a valuable tonic efficacy in catarrhal conditions. The aim Is to clean out waste matyear. ter, to dispel the catarrhal inflammation, and tone up the whole sysState.-Whe- at, $1.44, and $1.02 tem. Its users willingly testify even that has done for. per bushel. Corn, 90c, and 80c. more it catarrhalall this and What sufferers. It has done Is the best proof of what it Oats, 55c, and 50c. Potatoes, 86c Peruna. wiU do. You may rely, on In tablet form it 13 pleasant to and 5sc. Hay, $11.50, and $12 uuw ana easy to administer. ai an 50 per ton. Eggs, 20c and 15c Tabletsaim are the ideal laxative and per dozen. liver tonic. ifffilJTiVvls WUaUjIH They have United States. Wheat, $1.31 no unpleasant effects and do not and 95c per bushel. Corn, 83.6 form a habEHHTKSra it. 10c, 25c and 77.3 cents. Oats, 43.1 and The Peruna Co s8.5 cents. Potatoes, $1,00 and Columbus. O.. rrTv Hay, $10.40 and 50.5 cents. $10.80 per ton. Cotton, 14.6 and is all business during the time 8.5 cents per pound. Eggs, 23.3 devoted to looking after th and 18.7 cents per dozen. agairs. J ! ten-ye- ar - Pe-run- a. jy bank's usefuli-common-sen- se man-srza2torer- s)f act-szre- rs -- -- - exer-casas- &t Aus-ran- im-tJfp- st -- and British have 3tSe decided gains on the Somas, ifrent and have captured :2.WD Germans and taken a num- of guns. work you expect to do in the world. This is education in the highest sense. Get a practical education as well as "book laarhin." Miss Beavers was born am Constipation the Father of Many lived the early part of her life ii ills. As sh Of the numerous ills that affect hu- the town of Jefferson. manity a large share start with con- grew up she decided upon a bus? stipation. Keep your bowels regular ness career. The usud "teach and they may be avoided. When a laxative is needed take Chamberlain's ing school" did not appeal to her. Tablets. They not only move the She wanted to be a banker. Two bowels but improve the appetite and years ago she went to Sioux Cit. strengthen the digestion. Obtainable Adv. with this fixed purpose in min at Paull Drug Co. and with a determination to win The French have made great out if work and pereveranc progression the Sorame front and could bring success. She foughl have taken a number of German her way through the Busines trenches and captured 5,000 pris- Training Schooll and after sh oners. had completed her course, oppo Public sentiment is so strong tunity knocked and it did n in Greece for the Allies that have to knock twice to arou King Constantine has granted the girl with an ambition. all demands and will shortly deThere was a opening for an i clare war against the Central dustrious young person in t Powers. . Sioux City Trust and Savin, Bank. Miss Beavers secured of Central Dr. Ganfield, position and at the same time University, delivered the invocaceance to- prove that her am tion at Lincoln Farm yesterday tion was backed by a determine and the Catholic Archbishop, of tion to "get by" with her plant .Washington City, made the clos- Shp mafffTtrood. Gradnallv mnL ing prayer. and more trust was placed in h Young Girl a Banker. ability. A few weeks ago the bigr o portunity came. The State bam A bank at Jefferson, S. D., has at Jefferson need-- d a manage! a young, girl for its manager and and its authorities had enou she is making a success of the confidence in Miss Beavers 76,670,000 barrels. undertaking. Miss Pearl Beaver, place her m this responsible ra PEACHES. appearances, is just an sition. She has the destincri State. Estimate production, from all of being thevonly woman in t busnels, estimate ordinary, attractive girl, who en- Middle Waor wVirt ia manaonno" . -- w joys a good time and a frolic out- DftnK ana sue s oniy zz yea production, 1915, 1,320,000 side of business hours. But-sh- e old. States.--Preliminary 85,-225,0- 00 - ore-cas- pro-ducti- pn ' J 1916,-846,00- 0 ... ------ -- . ' ) THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS rauKb'HomB ICumb. Alain 9 141 City 2291 Rates 50-75-1.- 00 Saves Baby Brother. Susan Hoy is one of a large family, and one morning, about three o'clock,, she woke to find the house on fire. It was evident that the flames - "SAFETY FIRST" Works Wonders . for Sick Women STELLA-VITA- E Oh children turn your Hotel Wat kins "In the Heart of Lom5viH" TELEPHONES IN ROOMS-RUNNING cured this woman, who had suffered for 25 years. Give it a chance to cure YOUI had been making progress for some time, for, when the- family was roused, it was impossible to EUROPEAN PLAN . Louisville, Ky. wait to dress. There was an Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th immediate rush for the street, and it was not till they came to EVERYTHING IN count noses outside that it was discovered that the baby was missing. The alarm of fire had been given, but Susan did not wait for the firemen. Without losing an instant she began to climb one of the colums supporting the porch. Any boy who thinks his Also Ellwood and (American Fence." sex the only one which understands this sort of climbing" should have witnessed Susan's performance. When she reached the roof, she seized it and drew CO-herself up. Then through a Incorporated front window she enterpd a room where her baby brother lay, and 16 Eaaf Maket STreerf Between. First and Brook took him from his crib. By this time the firemen were Louisville, Ky. on the scene. They calleH to juaau lu uiup me uauy anu ouj san did so, into the waiting arms of the tallest man. Then she Center: & tJeiietson Streets climbed down as she Kentucky. Louisville, had climbed np. In half an hour AMERICAN PLAN the house and its contents were $3.00 and$3.50 per day Rafesl$2.00 and $2.50 with a heap of ashes, and the neighvith Private Bath, hot and cold vater, Privi- lege of Bath. bors were hunting up garments European Plan 1.00 and Up to fit the different members of ALL aTOATR. 50C the Hoy family. Local and Long Distance Telephones . WATER-MODE- RN CONVENIENCES HA3 DONE WHAT STELLA-VITA- E for one woman it well told by Mr. S. J. Hendrix, of Posey. Texas, who gratefully writes us: "Far twtaty.flTa y&r X hd froa eat tt tlxee Doctors trutlsg my wlfs (or faaitA trosblei, and tried varloni p&ta&t cdl c!ni and iha only rewired temporary . E nd to relief. W tried oar arprits It restored her to better tinlUi thin ibs ever bad. It did t work In her cue." STELLA-VITAwon-der- lal STELLA-VITA- E IZOOFING Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. . the female organs and functions. It ' tones and strenghtens the muscles and tissues, builds up and restores the whole system when run down and wasted by disease, soothes and adjusts the- - delicate nervous organ Jzation to that harmonious balance 60 necessary to perfect womanly health. STELLA-VITA- E acts directly upon Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. regulates the functions peculiar to women, stops waiting and relieves dangerous suppression, banishes the 'terrors of those periods so dreaded by weak, nerv-ou- b, women; n run-dow(- STELLA-VITA- E and Is of remarkable benefit at all times and under all conditions. Its use durlnff pregnancy benefits both mother and child. to benefit you. If It don't you get money back. If it does, your dealer s authorized, to sell you six bottles tar &5. on this "an to eaio Try STELLA-VITA- E and nothing to lose" basis. Try it TODAY. If you are sick there is no timelilieNOW for trylne STELLA-VITAE. doea not force nature, ! "We guaranteethefirttbottleof STELLA-VITA- E heavenward and seek and f 3anr God through your life and meet: dear father in heaven for we aes satisfied in our minds that hese-- i now with his father who 6e parted this life, April 28, island unless you turn to (lr.3 xssx follow him, you will nfCt' raesJc your dear father. Uncle EIroy will be grealSy' missed in, our country for he was always for the enterprizes of las country, and the enterprises his home. He was born August 7, 1875. died August 30, 1916 age 41 years and 23 days old. He was1-- . united in marriage to Miss Lnlsi England, January 26, 1893; aaufr there were born to this thskszi nine children, seven boys anfik two girls. He professed faith in Christr fourteen years ago and lived s devoted christian life unto tliEi end. He was a member of Breedrngr. Lodge, No. 516 F. & A, M. The funeral services were ccco ducted by J. E. Scott at Ose home churph and the remains:-we-re interred in the -- ajx 1 Thacher Medicine Co. CHATTANOOGA, TENH. For Sale By Page & Hamilton. 0 WILLARD HOTEL Mr. Montie Grider is supplying the market with nice watermelons at this time. W. Smith, for 43 yearsr The singing at Freedom last Frank Sunday evening was largely at- an engineer on this divisioa of3 the L. & N., died at his home ic tended. Louisville after nine months 332 ness. Death of a Good Citizen. in all R.ooms. - A Blo'ek'and a half from both Wholesale and Retail District's. Roy. D.R.!LINDSAY, Mgr. . A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. One or two cases of typhoid Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money fever here. Sorghum making and breaking wheat ground is the order of the- day. . - LOUISVILLE Main Street Beetween HOTEL 6 & 7tH L,ouisjville, Kentucky. Mr. F. B. Simmons, . who has The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bath but with .Hot and Cold Running Water. Single, $2 00 per day; 2 people, f 2 00 each , 75Rooms (With Meals) " " 2 50 " " Speople. 2 25 " 50 Single 3 CO " " 2people. 2 50 " 50Front Rooms Rooms With Private Bath: '. Single 3 00 per day; 2 people, 2 75 " 50 Rooms. :. Single 3 5Q per day; 2 people, 3 00 " SORooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Batw but with Hot and Cold Running Water. Single, ?1 00er day; 2 people ?0 75 each 75 Rooms (Without Meals) Single, 1 25 per day; 2 people lOOeach 50Rooms .... Single, 1 50 per day; 2 people 125each 50FrontRooms Rooms with Private Bath: Single, 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each 50 Rooms Single, 2 00 per day; 2 people ISOeach 50 Rooms been visiting hjs sons at Grady-vill- e for several days, has returned home and reports tobacco crops and also corn crops fine in that section. Miss Bertha Floyd is very sick at this writing. A two weeks revival has just closed at Freedom church con ducted by Revs. Caldwell and THE OLD INN, Louisville, Rooms Without Bath, S1.00.and up. Ky., Cor. 6th and Main Sfs. EUROPEANS" MiATST OINTjY Rooms With Private Bath, SI. 50 up. three-block- Not much interest Sexton. manifested until the last day. Mrs. Granville Bailey, who has been very low with typhoid fev- The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only a walk to the retail district and theaters. 's Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. er, is much better at this writing. Born, to the wife of J. W. Roy, on the 31st of August, a girl. Mother and infant doing nicely. , Mr. and Mrs. Teed Moore have The World Over. More than three hundred kinds of fish have voices audible to human ears. One ton-o- f whale blubber will Two-thirof the world's coryield 200 gallons of oil. respondence is in the 'English ds Several of the Siberian rivers flow over beds of solid ice.. Guinea pigs do not come from Guinea, nor are they pigs. Sweden's wheat fields are estimated to cover nearly 9,900,000 acres. Sudan grass yields from one to eight tons of cured hay an acre. Many spiders have poisoned fangs, but few are dangerous to human beings. Deposits of coarin Missouri appear to have been known as early as 1806. language. Douglasville, N. J., has a gone to Russell county to attend dwelling occupied constantly for a meeting! Mr. Joe Wilson and J. L. 200 years. Russian savings banks have Stephens, of Russell Co., passed received $1,760,000,000 since the was began. For years an almost unsalable produch, New Zealand hemp, has leaped into popularity and is now a great industry. Quarts glass, for which we were once dependent on Germany is now made in this" country. The aand of Nebraska is belt suited for this purpoie. through this section en route for Glasgow, recently. Miss Osa Epperson, who has been in Minnesota for quite a while, has returned home for a visit with her mother and sisters. Mr. L. T. Acree, the well-know- n photographer of Russell county, was in our midst recently for the purpose of taking several school groups. The death angels visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Rowe. August 30, at 7 a. m., and claimed for its own the beloved husband, who had been confined to his room for several months with stomach and lung trouble. But at last the time came for uncle Elroy to cross the chilly water of death. When he realized the time was near he praised God and said "that the closer he came to the river the" brighter and said that the way grew the way was clear and he was just waiting for God to call him across the river. " And we believe that he is now praising God around his eternal throne, with host of angels and many friends and relatives wha have gone on before. We believe he is now wherethere is no more nights, death, pain or goodbyes, but all is peace and love. He has' only reached the river and crossed it first, but we are determined to strike hands with him again on that bright eternal shore God being our helper. We pray that his departure may only be a warning s children and tney may turn from sin and and seek God, and that he may only be as a light set in a window, guiding his children home, to- life everlasting.' Weep not oh wife and children for uncle Elroy, for he is through with The toils of this world and is only waiting with a beckoning hand for you to follow his foot steps, and reach the goal at last, when life's toils are over. Our sympathy reaches out to the bereaved wife and children, relatives and irany friends who will miss him. to-hi- members of the-Franklin County Democrats Committee have voted to remores--ChairmaBriggs and elected S. W. Howell as Thirteen his-success- J. L. Watkins, former Treasurer of the Kentucky Rural credit Association has been asked bjr-threceiver to return $24",GDB which he has illegally expendecL. It is estimated that 1,000 forre-uni- oa mer students and friends attended Saturday the Pitts Point Academy. of Shepherdsv5B&-anSenator-Zimmerm- o" an, d Gwynny o Georgetown, were the principa?--i the Rev. W. B. speakers. Hresident Wilson will address the national Suffrage Convention at Atlantic City Friday. ILLUSTRATED. WORLD f Mosir Interesiinsjj Magazine: ruDiisttsis: SO Time2y Articles, with Over 20 Striking lffi ITj iB MJuTJ. Kx ;SMw? TWoMetejTTd sP Picturesus Each.-Numbe-jr , PfctoTv S ample Copy Free. and say where you saw this and we will mail you free a copy of Illustrated World, thfi big, human interest magazine whicls tells you in clear, simple language.-abou-t all the wonderful things meta are doing everywhere. adver-tisement Send us your name and address happenings of the world; is accura to, but never dull; thrilling, but not sensational; fascinating, bufc not Over 200 striking jjictyrvsi in every issue. The most latcraaS-in- g and helpful magazine for alTtSt? family. Por sale by all newsdealers. 15c. a copy, $1.50 a year. Write today for a free tampTr copy; Ba aur to mmntioir thia edvertUtmtnt. Address It brings before you the vital 5800 Drexel Are.. Chicago. III. WORUS -V- &v?-- - ? THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS -- REM fc --. 1 FOR THE FALL SEASON o Our Entire New Fall Stock Is Now Open For Inspection. Every Department Is Full Of The Seasons Newest Styles. t f j $ sis3K4Kii Ladies Ready-to-Wear Department 4 ' wear, &c, for Ladies, Misses and Children. Mens and Boys Clothing The Largest Shoe Stock X In tlis department we can save you money, as we closed some lots from a leading man- - T Ever assembled in Columbia, embracing ev- ufacturer at liberal discounts. Our stock ervthins: new in Ladies Lace Boots in the is Strictly Stylish and Reliable Qualities. Finest Kids and Colors, Dunlap and Eclipse , Shoes for Men. Everything for Boys Misses Mens and Bovs Hats and Cans. ". ana unnaren. $ & We had good success in closing out our Our Stock of Woolen Dress Goods Spring and Summer Stock, and now have our Hat Cases filled with Stock. Is immense, all the desirable Cloths and Young men as well as- older ones can get X Shades. Anything you want in Cotton just what they want in Hats and Caps.. Dress Fabrics for Ladies and Childrens s- Is filled with the Newest Cloths and Styles of Coats, Coat Suits, Skirts, Dresses, Under- - t f Dresses Bed Blankets, Comforts, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Bath Robe Patterns, Crib t. g f l Blankets, Flannels, Outings, Flannelets, Etc -t .5X up-to-d- ate - Space in this paper cost money. Will shorten this add by extending you a cordial invitation to come and look through our house and see the most Complete Stock Ever Shown In Columbia. V RUSSELL. intermit-tant 5t CO. ( THE NEWS attempting to belittle the whole business, but he will have his la- Published Every Wednesday Ibor for his paina. As Grover BY THE Cleveland said on one occasion, Adair County News Company a condition and not a theory," confronted Mr. Wilson, and he ( Incorporated.) did whatthe whole country apADAIR COUNTY ilm-nt- nl onet some Bulgarian trenches becannonade without any in- tween Kovil and Vetrenik and fantry action except some patrol have made appreciable progress engagements at different points in the direction of Kaimakcalan $1.50 To $3.00 Each (northeast of Lake Ostrovo.) of the front. CampbcIIsville, Ky. London, Sept. 14 (1:45 p. m.) "Northwest of Lake Ostrovo, W. T. H0DGEN, , The British have made further after a violent engagement in CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. plauded him for doing. The Re- - progress on ine Domme iront which heavy losses were inflicted man attacks against our new poomHnrrnqa Hipi north of Ginchy, it was an- on the enemy, the berbians capnnWioona friorl wood sitions in fn tlii! Interest! !"""" ruMnt;. i.TirDninip tured a height west of Fill 1,500. were repulsed easily. city of Columbia and the people of Adair President in the matter, but he nounced officially of the ma adjoining counties. turned the trick and came out "The general situation is un- Their advance guards reached "The night was calm on the more than a victor and made changed," says the statement. the first slopes of the Malanidze. remainder of the front." as second Entered at the Columbia himself more solid with the peo- "South of the Ancre there were "The fighting continued to our , class mail matter. laboring people espec- the usual artillery bombardments advantage in the region south of Resolutions of Glensfork Sunday ple. The SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR School. ially are singing the praises of on both sides, hostile artillery be Lake Ostrovo. the man who meets every emer- ing particularly active m tne An enemy aeroplane was WED- - SEPT- - 20, 1916 Whereas, on the 9th day of Sept., gency manfully and successfully. neighborhood of the Pozieres brought down by one of our ma1916, Miss Elva "Wilkinson, daughter windmill and south of Thiepval. chines near Bardovtze." of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilkinson, deDEMOCRATIC TICKET Some further progress has been The announcement concerning parted this life and passed into the WAR SITUATION Great Beyond. She was faithful to For President. made by us north of Ginchy. the Somme front follows: her school and loved by all. z "In the neighborhood' of "North of the Somme during Therefore, be it resolved, that we Paris, Sept. 14 (noon.) The WOODROW WILSON, we carried out a successful the night we repulsed several the officers and members of the SunJersey. of New vigorous efforts day School greatly deplore the loss of Germans made raid last night, taking some pris- German attempts at the southern Elva to the church, Sunday School last night to drive the French For Vice President. oners." extremity of Hill 76. According and community, and take this method from territory captured recently of expressing our- - sympathy for the Berlin, Sept. 14 (via London, 5 to late reports the violent and family. THOMAS E. MARSHALL, Verdun on the Somme and of Indiana. Kesolved, that a copy be spread on p. m.) Repeated and violent as- fruitless counter-attack- s delivery fronts. The War Office the secretary's book, and a copy sent saults against the Germans on ed by the Germans yesterday in to For lonress. the bereaved family. announced the repulse of several the Somme front yesterday were this region were carried out by a Selma Blair, assaults north and south of the HARVEY HELM, Ruby Taylor, sanguinary losses division hastily brought from the repulsed' with .i of Lincoln Countj. Somme and east of the Meuse at Lucy Kelsay, Office an- Verdun front. for the Allies, the War Frosia Bennett. Wood. ANNOUNCEMENT. Committee. nounced ATTACKS UNSUCCESSFUL. Serbians and Bulgarians are advance of the forces of For Sheriff. "South of the Somme the en- Adair County Baby Wins Second engaged in violent fighting on The the Teutonic Allies in the Ruman- emy made several unsuccessful Prize State Fair. the Macedonian front. The war We are authorized to announce W- - B. ian province of Dobrudja is con- attempts against various points that the a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, office announced the War Office an- on our new front. West, of J. E. Johnston, Jr., son of Mr. and subject to the action of the IRupublican primary Serbians had captured Bulgarian tinuing, Mrs. J. E. Johnston, Miami, Ky., won of 1917. nounced. Occupation of the Chaulnes during one of these at- second prize in the Baby Health contrenches near vetreniK ana a forts at Kavala, on the Greek tacks an enemy detachment test tfhich was hel3 at Louisvillelast Candidate Hughes is greatly height northwest of Lake Ostro Aegean coast, by the Bulgarians, Mrs. Johnston before about a company strong was week. was Miss Edyth Squires, her marworried over the way the Pres- vo. An engagement south of has been completed. daughriage caught undenour fire and almost ter of Mr. P. F. Squires, a prominent ident succeeded in averting the the lake is turning in favor of the SERB VDVANCE CONTINUES. farmer of the Milltown section. destroyed. railroad strike and deplores the Allies. the Serb"West of "On the right bank of the Born to the wife of ClarencelStrange The Official statement follows: ians continued their advance and passage of laws in advance of "From the Struma to theVar- - captured at the point of the bay-- Meuse (Verdun Front) two Ger- - of Picnic, Sept., 18, a son. He ja, therefore, dar there has been an PEAFOWLS - WANTED Vaux-Chapitre to-da- y. Post-offi- ce Sou-che- to-da- Vaux-Chapit- re to-da- y. PAT-ffiES- to-d- ay the-Varda- r, - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS " 5 -- .r . stmfflmmmmmm paramount mmmmwrnmnisg - rr H PYrYilifClillVJvlllL ' 4 Show Place of Columbia, Famous Paramount Program. r2 ZS Local News Protect Your Property. Mr 0. E, Graham, of Greensburg who represents the old reliable fire in- - The. Greatest Stars en Eaith are in Paramount Picture T 88 note, Fon Sam:. A player-pianmahogany finished new Kimball make Extra fine ' instrument. Cheap for cash or credit. Call at Kerr & Frances' Office, Campbellsville, for demonstration, or write me at Hatcher, Ky., for a fuller description. f H Turner. Bobert o, wmmammmmm N. M. Tutt G. R. ' Reedl 46-t- THURSDAY NIGHT MARGARITE CLARK in Seven Stated'!? t- - f "- t. Saturday Night CARLYLE BLACKWELli m - ' " - Puppet Crown - ' urance 'company, "Insurance Company of North America," is in Adair county for the purpose of securing business. He is a reliable gentleman", g onB'vvho will give you a cleat before writing your property. This company was organized fn 1792 and has prospered from the start. .Has been represented in Kentucky 108 years. In case o loss will pay one H hundred cents to the dollar. See him 3 fbefore placingyour risk. linder-standin45-4f- c. Farm for Sale. My farm, containing 136 acres, more or less, lying miles west of Uont-pelleon. Jamestown road, close to r, TUTT & REHJ REAL ESTATE DEALERS Offer the following Property foxr Sale: FARMLAND ;. . church and school. The dwelling con-tains- -7 rooms, good weli, orchard and all necessary outbuildings. My son, Dr. Zach Taj lor, has 48 and acres of good land adjoinone-quart- ing said farmwhicli 1 A.DMISSIOSr 5C. SmmWM"m paramount mmmmmmmmre Personals. Mr. W. E Morgan Amandaville, was here Saturday. Mr. J. M. Campbell, Little Rock, Ark., is visiting relatives in Columbia and out in the county, Mr. C. H. Cravens, Webbs X Roads, was here last Friday, to see his son, who Is in Lindsey-WilsoMrs. E. B. Barger and Mr. Chelcie Barger went to Louisville last Tuesday. The former's husband met them in the city, all three returning after seeing thelsights at the Fair. Mr. Frank Leach, Jamestown, was here Friday, en route home from the n. State Fair. Mr. B. T. Baker, Seldon and Robert Baker.JIAmandaville, were here Sathome from the urday, on their-return TOWN PROPERTY Nine room two story dwelling an lot, situated on one ol the best res Fair. dence streets in Columbia, near Mr.lA. S. Chewning was a visitor to barn and out buildings. .& the big Fair. very desirable home. A bargain Price on application. is here, lookMr. ing after evil doers. 115 Acres of good land in a good! neighborhood, good buildings on pubJudgeZJ. C. Carter is at the Hancock lic road, about 8 miles south of Colura-r-bi- a. Hotel, having arrived Sunday. Price $1,600 (Bargain) Messrs. Asa Loy, Alvin Lewis, Oma 40 Acres lime stone land, very good? Barbee, Will Young, Geo. H. Nell buildings, desirable place to live, 4 were with the Adair delegation at the miles south.of Columbia. Price 551,600' big Fair. House and Lot: House with sui. Mrs. Lola Lovett spent a few days rooms, good out buildings, good water? at Louisville last week. and other conveniences, just out oS" Mr. T. W. Taylor, Campbellsville, Misses Cecile and Mattie Conover Mr. Z. T. Morrow was here from town limits. Price 8850. Mr. J. B. Coffey tendered his resig- left for Wheeling, West Va., Thurs- made his regular trip to Columbia last Jamestown, to meet his brother. nation as guard at the Frankfort peni- day morning, where the former has a week. House with 9 rooms just out of town WedMr. J. P. Phelps was with the Rus two shops, all buildings good, compar-tlve- ly tentiary and returned home last position. Enroute they spent several Mr. J. P. Hutchison was in Louls- - sell county delegation. nesday, lie hopes to take another po- days in Louisville taking in the Fair. new. Price 81,900. ville last week. sition under the department by the Dr. W.T. Irvine, Columbus, Ind., Farm: 50 acres on White Oak creefcr Prof. A. H. Ballard and wife and first of October. Mr. Geo. Montgomory attended the was here Monday, meeting old f lends. 15 miles N. W. Plumpoint, one hall Mr. Bryan Miller went to the Fair big show at Louisville last week. Mr. W. E. Williams, Lexington, and Messrs. W. T. Ottly, Fayette Simp timber balance in cultivation, 12acres last Thursday. Gen. Jas. Garnett, Louisville, were Mr. CampbellHutchison has gone son and R. W. Collins were here from in bottom, buildings tolerable gooif. Mrs. Jas. Traylor and children, who to Toledo, Ohio, where he will be here a day or two of last week on good orchard and spring. Price $700.. Burkesville. visited relatives here, left for their special business. in a machine shop. 40 Acres of land unimproved chenF-- v Mr. Lee A Lawless, circuit clerk of home, Elida, New Mexico, last Thurs residence) lying 31 miles N. W. o? CoDr. A. C. Jackman and Mr. W. B. day. Mr. Lucian Moore took in the State Russell county, was here Monday. v lumbia. Price 8600 00. Jackman, Creelsboro, were here FriFair last week. Mrs. S. K. Breeding and her daught Attis McFarland, Lilburn Phelps, day. 30 Acres land, good new residence, 2r Miss May Harvey is visiting rel- C. C. Tate, J. H. Stone and Dud Mcer, Miss Hattie Wilburn, Elkhorn, good springs, a good well. Price S70O- -3 Mr. J. L. Eastham, Fort Worth, Ky., visited at the home of "Rev. W. atives and friends in Springfield. Farland, T. Z. Morrow, Hugh Sharp miles N. W. of Columbia. Texas, was in Columbia a few days R. Wagoner a day or two of last week. were here 'from Jamestown Monday. Mrs L. W. Atkins returned last ago. S800 for house and lot near the pnr-li- c Mr. Smith Gill has Mr. Paul Hughes returned from St. Saturday from Florida, where she school Judge Bollin.Hurt, of the Court of Louis last Wednesday and will be at spent several weeks. square, good garden, good welV at Lexington. Appeals, who spent his vacation at home several weeks. barn &c. Desirable place and is wortiiw Mr. u. T. Walling, Lexington, met Mr. Kobfc. Hudson arrived from home, left on his return trip to Frank, the money asked. Dr. James Taylor, wife and mother, South Dakota Monday morning. Will a nuoaber of his old friends here Monconfort last Saturday. The Court $1,500 for 58 acres-o- f land lying 2' day. who went to East Fork, the doctor on be here several weeks. vened Monday. miles S. W. of the town of Columbia,-nea- r business, returned home last WednesJtfrs Hattie Walker, of Texas, is Miss Lizzie Mears, of Green county, day. Mr. Horace Walker and H. M. the Glasgow road, new 5" rooic visiting at the home Qf Mrs. Mary and Miss Maud Thomas, of Corbin, Walker were among the visitors to box house, good barn, good well in Caldwell. Mr. H. K. Alexander, Burkesville, Louisville last week. were shopping in Columbia last Thursyard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres to made his regular trip to Columbia and Mr. J. H. Mann, Edmonton, met cultivation, ballance in timber- day. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Waggener have other points in the county last week. ms wue ana ntcie son, wno were vis- - cash the balance on time to suit purMiss Ella Todd attended the State .returned from Louisville. itiug here, Sunday Mr. J. W. Kerr, Campbellsville, was chaser Fair in Louisville last week. W. W. Owens came down from Long-stree- t, here a few days since. 7 acres of good limestone land.'. Miss Margaret Todd left for Texas to hear the speaking Miss Loretta Dunbar left for her poThree room residence, two barn?, Vvig Mrs. Hettie Carter, who was reared last week wliere she will teach music. sition as teacher in a Graded School in Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Young left for at this place, and before her marriage good springs, one well, one of the best" Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Myers and Mrs. Wellsburge, West Va , a few days LouisvilleIonday morning, the latter was Miss Hettie Curd, died in Texas locations in Gradyville. Away from Herman Barnett arrived from Chicago, since to be operated on for appendicitis a day cr two ago. Her remains will the creek. Price right III., last Thursday night Mrs. Barnett Mrs. Zilpah Wheat and Miss Lettie Mrs Young has been on the decline bef brought here for interment. A. Farm of 121 acres, 5 miles soiitli. or has a fine daughter, born on the 19th 45 acres bottom, good Columbia. Dunuar left last week for the Western for several months, and her friends notice will appear later. of August her restoration to health. buildings, splendid oachardt well State Normal, where they entered hope-fo- r Mr. W. A. Coffey and Mr. J. H. school. Thirty-nin- e aged mules were pur- watered. All in high state of cnlll Mr. Press Sandidge and Miss Sallie-Goff made a bueiness trip to Camppassed through chased on the square Monday, by dif- vation. Price 24,000. Mr. T. J. Epperson, Mr. Charles Keene, Burkesville, bellsville last Thursday. Mur.-a- h To Buy. and wife, Misses Ada Epper- Columbia Saturday, en route home ferent parties. Prices run from 8100 Mr and Mrs. C. J. Gill and children, son aud Vfe Murrah, all of the Mont-peli- from the State Fair. A couple ac- to 8210. A number of yearling mules Abont 10 acres of land near Columof Oklahoma, visited Mr. Gill's brothcountry, went to the big Fair companied them whose names we sold at prices ranging from S65 to bia to make a home. family last week. er and 8100. failed to get. last Wednesday. 25 or 30 acres of land, cheap buflj?--inFlowers visited Louisville Mr. Bay Miss Cary Bosenfield, who visited at Mr. B C. Blanford. Editor of the will give five or six hundred dol. week. Special Offer. big show last Monticello and Jamestown, returned Taylor County Leader, Mr. John B. lars. Mr. Clyde Crenshaw and wife spent home a few days ago. She was quite Phillips, wife and daughter, and Dan sick a day or two while at Monticello. McCullum accompanied Hon. Ed two days at the State Fair. For a shore time will furnish the Morrow to Columbia. Jackman has returned daily Evening Post, Louisville, Home Mr. B. S Kincart, Lebanon, was Mr Clarence Ohio. ago. here a few days Messrs. S. Dunbar, Stanford, H. H. and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War from Dayton, Mrs. Georgia Crenshaw is visiting Dunbar and J. N. Meadows, James- map and the Adair County News, all Mrs W. T. onearerauuBuu, xittuuc a town, J. Mr. Hop Price, who Webb, Jr have just returned from aaUvisit . to her brother, officer in the serviceisof and BobtA. Ingram, Webb's X Roads one year for $3.25. The map itself is , commissioned Russell Springs, m j.uuiu, several points worth $1.50, bub by .accepting this the government, located at Chicago, were here and heard the issues UllUiUUlUUiUIUiUUUiiUtUUl State Fair in 'Lou: stopped at the get it for almost nothing. 111, days on their return. ville for a few the--square, AjA-JHuddlesto- n 4444444444444 4 4 4 4 Wheat Prices are Very High 4 ' 4 and likely to continue. 4 Empire and Superior Wheat Drills for Low 4 4 4 est Possible Prices. 4 4 Get in your Fall Repair Orders Now. 4 High Grade Fertilizer at Reasonable Prices. 4 4 4 4 Fence, Field Seeds, Wagons, Buggies and 4 4 4 4 a Full Line of Hardware and Implements. 4 4 4 4 The Jeffries Hardware Store. 4 4 4 4 4 4444444444444 4444444444444 v. buildings on public road, and inagoec& neighborhood. Price 34,200.00, one half cash, the balance on easy terms--ThiI now have some special deep well One hundred ewes for sale Will farm lies six miles S. E. of Copumps, call and see before you buy. sell them in lots. Also 50 yearling lumbia, Ky. S. F. Eubank. cattle in good condition. Selby Bros. TIMBER LAND 46-, See A. Hunn. 50 acres-timeland (white oak tbao-b- er cut off). Price for timber SSOOv land 3500. Can sell timber without land if purchaser wants it. Lie3 & miles east of Columbia, Ky. Call or address Mrs Ada Taylor, Columbia, Ky. 45-4- t. I will also sell. 140 acres of good lime stone land. well watered, good dwelling and out- - Attention Farmers. s 45-3- C 2t r . jr 4 -- r FARM acies of lime stone land, goo." dwelling and outbuildings, well watered and very desirable place for a home. Lies 4 miles N. W. of Columbia, Ky.,, on publiclroad. Price $4,500. FARM Of 100 acres of the best land in Adail , county. Good dwelling, 2 good bams? and outbuildings, i mile from Cane Valley. Price 86,500. FAEM Of 3C4 acres, 9 miles from Columbia,. on Green river, 1 mile from pike now under construction. 52 acres river bottom. Good dwelling, barn and out. buildings, 2 good orchards. 150 Pries-83.000N erf-gag- ed k ! j Want er gs, COLUMBIA., BT5T. I of-erj- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS MttencePhcme 13 B ii Business Phoe 11 r t If you Bluff, Illinois. " Birdseve view ot our Plant . I will allow allow me a Coons 15c to $1 each. Send them to W. T. Hodgen DENTIST . little space in your paper I will Campbellsville, Ky. " Office, Front going on tiAtms 'in Jeffries BTd'g let you know what is in Illinois. It ias been very hot of Dettingen, through his horse up stairs. :, DR. J. N. MURRELL Editor News: Fexesl.75 to $2.00 Each. Columbia, J. B. Stone - Kentucky J. H. Stoe TIN WORK. I am prepared to do any kind of Tin Work, Hoofing, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythin6in my Jine or repair work intinorsheetiron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. S. E. Bridgwaters, DENTAL OFBMCB Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER PAULL DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 20. OFFICE PEOKS WELL DRILLER See me be here for the last few days,- - but is some cooler now, for it rained here yescerday. Hedge trimming is all the go now, But it wont be but a short time until corn cutting will take the day, and then boys is when we make more in one day than you do in a week back there. There is such fellows as Robert Fudge and Otis Stotts who never did see a real corn knife. This is a lot to say about my old friends, but you know it is the truth and the truth will stand when the world is on fire, and they never will be any wiser if they don't go some place besides Breeding. I know how it is boys, for I tried it for 19 years. Don't think that I have turned against old Kentucky for I haven't. I would hit a man just as quick for saying anything about old Kentucky, as I would for hitting me. I have been hauling for the last 5 weeks and I sure have seen some of this world, but I have settled down now until after corn cutting and then I think I will go to Texas to spend the winter. G. E. Branham. -- falling with him, and partly upon him. With great pluck, however, he jumped up, and assuring his troops that he was not hurt, continued to lead them on foot. Ic was afterwards found that, although no bones were broken, the king was bruised practically all over his body. Rheumatism Follows Exposure. In the rain all day is generally fol- "Largest in Dixie." lowed by painful twinges of rheuma-tism.o- r neuralgia. Sloan's Liniment will give you quick relief and prevent the twinges" from becoming torture. It quickly penetrates without rubbing and soothes the sore and aching joints. For sore, stiff, exhausted muscles that ache and throb from overwork, Sloan's Liniment affords quick relief. Bruises, sprains, strains and other minor Injuries to children are quickly soothed by soothed by Sloan's Liniment. Get a bottle today at Adv. . Paull Drug Co , 25c. V. Windows, . Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE in New The Situation York. Firing a Big Gun. The gunlayer, with his eye at the telescopic sight and his hands controlling a small wheel,. alone of all the people in the turret of the vessel can see the ship at which they are firing. From the station comes by telephone the name of the object to be hit, the distance and the deflection to be allowed, and the gunlayer keeps the cross wires of his telescopic sight aligned for the object, the trainer of the turrett having been able to swing the whole of the latter's heavy bulk round direction till from a it is at right angles to the sheep's keel. It is all done by hydraulic, so easily and yet so quietly, just as readily as the gunlayer is able by means of the same hydraulics to raise or lower his gun balanced on its- - trunions. These vast tons of steel seem to be moved as easily as toys. gun-met- al fire-contr- ol fore-and-aft es HENRY W. DEPP, There have been many events Am permanently located in Co v lumbia. of the last month which tended ta improve the prospect of Presi- All Classes of Dental work clone. Crow but nowhere have affairs taken a more encouraging turn than in dent Wilson ' for de and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed Office over"G. W. Lowe's I will drill wells in Adair and Changing Seasons Bring Colds. adjoining counties. fore contracting. "Stuffed-up head," clogged up nose Latest im- tight chest, sore throat are sure signs of cold, and Dr. King's proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Gall. J. C. YATES ery is sure relief. A dose of this com bination of antiseptic .balsams soothes the irritated membrane, clears the Give head, loosens the phlegm, you breathe easier and realize your cold is broken up. Treat a cold persistently; halfway measures leave a lingering cough. Take Dr. King's New Discovery until your cold is gone. For 47 years the favorite remedy for young and old. Adv. At Paull Drug Co., 50c. Kw Discov- Iv. H. Jones Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Monarchs' Mount Stumble. Oddly enough, considering the care that is always taked in se Eye Specialist. Domestic Animals Special attention given Diseases of all lecting mounts for kings, mon-arcfrequently come to grief hs a when riding. Napoleon's favorOffice at Residence, 1 mile of town, on ite charger, "Marengo," whose Jamestown road. skeleton is preserved in the mu Phone 114 G. seum of the Royal United Ser- Columbia, Ky. vice institution, threw his master on two occasions; once so heavily that the emperor re- Stone, mained unconscious tor nearly & an hour. King George's" ancestor Will-laAttoney-At-Lathe Third, met his death from a fall from his horse, as 'Q Will 'practice in most schoolboys are aware. The adjolninp ounties.1 this and d steed named animal, a "Sorrel," stumbled over a moleKentucky : Jamstown, hill with fatal results to its rider Afterwards, the Jacobites, who, of course, hated King William, used to toast, "Master One-ey- e (that being the horse), and the Little Gentleman in Velvet (that Land Owners Attention. being the mole)." T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do William I, too, though not unyour Surveying correctly. seated, came by his death through his horse stumbling over years He has thirty-thre- e some hot ashes at 'the- - siege of experience. Charges reaMantes. Fe was carried to Rou74 or sonable. Phone en, suffering from severe inter" 1 nal injuries, and died there a write t few days later. JVC Faulkner, King George II had a narrow Columbia. Ky. escape from death at the battle J Stone m w one-eye- Surveying x New York State. The Democrats, with the full assent of Tammany Hall, have nominated for Governor Judge Samuel Seabury, a man of learning ond distinction, who will make an admirable candidate. For the Senate William F. Mc- Combs has been named, and he is another useful and progressive Democrat. Mr. McCombs was in charge, of Mr. Wilson's cam paign fpr the Presidential nomination for years ago, and was, until the St. Louis convention, chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Both Judge Seabury and Mr, McCombs are two of the strongest men the Democrats could have possibly selected, and the When the cross-wirof his party is peculiarly fortunate in sight are on the object to be de- having as candidates for these stroyed, the gunlayer puts his offices men who are acceptable finger round the trigger, and at to Tammany Hall, but have never the order fires by means of elec- been subservient to its influence tricity, and the . huge shell, or demands. wUie On Wall Street the odds are 6 JK"'s. " uu v of 1'400 Pounds, goes tearing to 5 in favor of Seabury over through the air. But even be Whitman, and have receded from fore it has reached its target the 2 to 1 on Hughes to 7 to 5. breech of the great gun swings open once more, a lever is It appears, therefore reasonworked, and a powerful blast of ably certain that there will be a air cleans out the remains of the Democratic Governor and a Demcordite; and then the rammer, ocratic Senator in the Empire the amunition hoist, and athe State, and that their candidacies will be a source of strength to same drill act as before. News. Mr. Wilson. E-T- own Shoe Store A Splendid! Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair CountyjNews and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year Por Only $1.35 Enquirer is Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly It Is Issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, audit fa one Of the best home metropolitan weeklfe of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlng the world's events, and for that reason can Blue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports- - Its numerous departments make St 3 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 mail orders to ' The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. J. B. JoisriLS JBtL UNDERTAKER AND EAIBALMER m Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Thirteen Zeppelins raided EngDiarrhoea Remedy. land Saturday night but only a Thisjis a medicine that every fam few lives were lost. Senator Taggart predicts that Wilson will carry Indiana by more than 50,000 majority. The New York World reports that Col. Roosevelt is going to take charge of the Hughes campaign to inject more "pep" into COLUMBIA, ICY. Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to send out In a few minutes after receiving order. No extra charge for hearse. All kinds of Robes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co Home Phone 52 A ily should tbe provided with. Colic andjdiarrhoea of tan come on suddenly and it is.of the greatest importance that they be treated promptly. Consider the suffering that must be en dured until a physician arrives or medicine can be obtained. Chamoer-laln'sIColiCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has a reputation second to none for the quick relief which it affords. Obtainabl at Paull Drug Co. Adv. Special Offer. c, it For a shore time will furnish the daily Evening Post, Louisville,. Home and Farmf Kentucky Governor's War map and the Adair County News, all one year for 33.25. The map itself is worth $1.50, but by accepting this of er you get It for almsst nothing. -.---'- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS mi wsjx-j- m-,- j i WMMKK Nell. Mr. John Rose is in a low Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over tlje hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, state of health. Mr. Tom Dohoney and family visited at D. W. Kinniard's last AGENT FOR r and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking Saturday night. Rev. Pardue carried on an eleven days meeting at this place. There were several professions and additions to the church, with a good revival. R. C. Pulliam sold one mule j 2 ?r CHEVROLET '"l ' I f for $175. MQTOR OARS The Woman's Tonic says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women, Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers: Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., Will Walker sold one mule for With Genuine Enthusiasm introduces to your kind consideration the Chevrolet "Baby Grand", a Five Passenger Touring Car. See $185 to Sam Burdette. It and you will Want It. Want It and you will Buy It. Write for Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Rose are imCuts and Specificatifns. Write for the Car Itself. We will send proving some. it to you for you to see it. holding a Rev. J. E. Scott is revival meeting at Price's Creek. R. C. Pulliam bought two calves from G. E. Hamilton for $50. 161 Has Helped Thousands. I ' IKJ lJ (VI (VI Born to the wife of Chess Bell, a son. W. H. and Johnnie Rose have come in from Illinois, and are at Speed of Animals. Such terms as "fast a a horse," "fleet as a deer," "slow as an ox," are all familiar, but few know how fast or slow animals actually travel. A riding-hors-e covers 40 inches while walking, while at a jogtrot it covers 1 feet in a socond. a mile horse The covers 44 feet in asecond. The leisurely ox moves over only two feet a second when hitched to a wagon, and about 20 inches when attached to a 1 two-minut- e Bought From a Mail der House. Or- the bedside of their father. Pine-ta- Recently a merchant of Nat chez happened to see a farmer receive a box at the depot and noticed that it was from a mail order house. He also noticed in his that the goods were-rigline and the same as he carried for years. He immediately approached the farmer and said: "I could have sold you the goods you have here for less money than the'Chico house and saved ht r Relieves a Cold. Pine-Tar-Honey v Price $750.00, Factory. Complete with Electric Starter and Electric Lights that Light. contains Dr. Bell's all the soothing elements of the pine It heals the irritated membrane, and by its. antiseptic properties- loosens the DhleErm. vou breathe easier, and what promised to be a severe cold has been broken up. For that stuffed-u- p feeling, tight chest or sore throat take a dose of Dr. Bell's and prevent a wearing, hacking cough dragging through the winAdv. ter. At Paull Drug Co., 25c. Pine-Tar-Hone- y Smith's Chapel. Ike Dickerson has started up "Then why don't you do so," his sawmill again at this place. The elephant, which can pull said the farmer. I have taken , Tobacco cutting i3 almost oven more than six horses, moves the local paper all the year and Some good tobacco in this secover about four feet, six inches have not seen a line about you tion of the country. in a second, and running a rapid- selling these or any other goods. Corn crops are very good. ly as it can is able to travel but "The mailorder house sends advertising matter to me asking for WelbyPage, one of our best 18 feet in a second. The lion i3 claimed to run fast- my trade, and they get- it. If young men, is going to scnooi er than the swiftest hunting you have any bargains, why at Columbia. horse, which is from 80 feet to don't you put them in the paper Mrs. Lora Bennett is better at so we can see what they are." 100 feet a second, according to this "writing. From the Natchez the country through which it is Dr. Hancock has had several plow. compelled to travel. you the freight." The Royal Mail, a Roadster of Wonderful Individuality. $750.00 Factory. Complete Lights and Starter. Price And the Chevrolet "Four Ninety" a Car Built for Your Needs. A Car that will take the Hills. A Comfort, a Joy, and a Delight. An Automobile. Three Speeds Forward, One Reverse. Electric Lights Electric Starter. It Breeds Enthusiasm wherever it is seen. See It; Buy It. Write for cuts and printed matter. Write for the Car Itself. Fs& i&" t.FtS ,-ft T YffliHHHIHflHHHBilllBE'lHBiHilk S39HHpbJIHHMAAlJ) fc Md! If JVI W J Vn. Tests differ greatly as to the speed of a hare. Some claim it can travel at the rate of 60 feet a second, while others claim it cannot travel more than half that distance. The great variety of deer are all quite speedy, but in certain localities they can travel much more rapidly than in others. A roebuck has been known to cover 74 feet a second when pursued by dogs. The giraffe is said to pass over .the ground at the rate of about o 50 feet a second, while the e. covers 10 to 14 feet a kan-garosec-on- I The tortoise is much slewer. er. One five inches in length inch iri covers but about one-ha- lf ' cases of sickness at this place, but all are better at this writing. A Narrow Escape. E. C, Page sold three head of "I near had a scrap this morn- cattle to John Will Sublett for ing," confided a slender young 6 and 7 cents a lb. lawyer whom you wouldn't susFrank Karne3 went to Lebanon pect of being belligerent. trading last week. "Who with?" we asked with Chatman Karnes, who has no regard for grammar. been visiting relatives at this "Jimmie Squiggs. I guess I place, returned to Louisville, annlo Viaefilir fi Vim AnTrlinnr Thursday. he got the idea that I wanted to Mrs. Mattie Moore is teaching lick him." a fine school at this place. "Well, what did he do?" Henry Moore bought a fine "He took it on the run. Honest, he did three blocks in about calf of T. F. Corbin for $20. twelve seconds before I could Dr. H. F. Embray, Of Winsay a work." chester, an old time herb doctor, "That's going some for a big has been calling on the people at this place. man like Squiggs." Price $550.00 complete, Factory. AlfoitheJ"Four-Ninety- " Roadster $550.00 Factory. After long and careful consideration we believe and enthusiastically, Engiee has the Power to carry the Car any where. If has the Looks, Graceful Streamliness, Comfort-abland Easy Riding. We received the first car load last Saturday, we sold themtout in three days. We have others. that we have a Car that will please in every essential. The W'ooDSOisr. lewis "Ain't it? And "it-.di- dn't do a second. J A Clogged System Cleared. You will find Dr. King's Ifew life Pills a geDtle yet effective laxative I keep on hands a full stock of for removing impurities from the system. Accumulated waste poisons the coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep blood; dizziness, biliousness and pim- him a bit of good. I was half a block ahead of him every step of Must be the way," Cleveland Plain Dealer. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and muddy complexion are the dis- two hearses. Prompt service night or ply, tressing effects. A dose of Drv King's day. Residence Phone 29, office New Life Fills will assure youa'free, full bowel movement in pfeone.98. .J.-P- . Triptett, the morning. At Paull Drug Co:, 25c 45-- 1 yr Adv. , Columbia, Ky. to-nig- ht Senator Ollie M. James made a Francisco L. Madero, the father of the late President Made- notable address in notifying ro, of Mexico, was found dead in President Wilson of his a New York hotel from heart an trouble. Thomas a Edison, a Iifelohff&$' Are You Looking Old? Republican, announced yesterOld age comes quick enough- withday that he would vote for Wood-ro- w out inciting it. Some look old at for Wilson. . ty. That is because they neglect the A liver and bowels. Keep, your bowels The new Russian offensive in regular and your liver healthy and Galicia has resulted in a considOF you will not only feel younger but erable gain in territorp and the BOURBON POULTRY CURE look younger. When troubled with capture of 15,000 prisoners. In the drinking water constipation or biliousness take Cham- " FEW DROPS berlain's Tablets. They are intended especially for these ailments and 4 and most are excellent. Easy to-tak- e jMsHtK lay Aumtogly agreeable in Effect. -- Paull Drug Co. Obtainable at Adv. lgg Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, Llmberneck Prevents Sici- Bss. oaejgeboctis mates u gallons of medicine. At arcs tfsts ocby mall postpaid. Valu-abj- o Jjonltrr booS free. ,4 A great Russian army is moving to join with the Roumanians to attack both the Bulgarians and Austrians in their rear. 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS TRY, TRY, AGAIN ADAGE WINS OUT Lindsey - Wilson Training School A "We had a good rain lastThurs- - Friday was the coolest day we The Stronger Never Say Die, Slave had for a time. While the Weaker Become L. H. Fielders started for Disheartened. jdngton lastSaturday. Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill are the sick list this week. The old adage, "If at first you don't Judge N. H. Moss returned succeed, try, try again," has worked . Some time wonders for tfrom Louisville the first of the in the lives most of us. we imagine of everyone week. things are going against us. The G. H. n, Safe Place toOPutYour Children TERM OPENS SEPT. 4 1916. Willis bought a nice weaker become discouraged and give vhunch of hogs from Shelby Wil-mo- up, while the stronger face this great game of life with staunch hearts, last week. clear brains aud steady hands, and Ray Caldwell, of Milltown, xe- - with this good old adage aa their fi2eived from Allen Kemp, lust slogan Probably more persons become disa lot of hogs at 8 cents. couraged over continued ill health Joel Rodgers and Ed Hill spent than from any other cause. "The recrtafew days in Louisville last ords of every city will bear this tout. Others, who probably suffered as much physical pain and agony as their mentally weaker brothers, will not give up'the fight, but will do all in their power to gain relief Difficulties are the test of the man. Hundreds of people testify daily that they had suffered years ot torture and agony from stomach or kindred troubles and had tried everything before they heard of Tanlac. These people did not "give up the ship" after the first remedy failed to cure them. When they heard of the wonders that Tanlac, the new reconstructive tonic, was working, they did not lose this opportunity to be aided simply because other prepartions had failed. lb is this that has won happiness for thousands. The truth of this is clearly brought out by the fact that business men, professional men, artisans and women too, practical judgment guides them. in all acts and conclusions, are daily testifying to the merits of Tanlac. Improper food, poor digestion, over eating and lack of healthful exercise have cut short the lives of thousands from the lowest to the highest in the land. Tanlac, the famous vegetable preparation, has proven invaluable for stomach troubles, .which, after all, are the base of most ills. Tanlac overcomes poor digestion, restores normal appetite, brings good restful sleep, and banishes that tired, nervous feelingin short, it restores the stomach to the habit of doing a full day's work and doing it well. Tanlac, the ideal reconstructive tonic, is being especially introduced in Columbia at the Page & Hamilton drug store where the Tanlac Man daily explains its merits and what may be expected from its use. T. C Moore & Co., Gresham; C..H. Jarvis & Son, Coburg; L. G. Wilcox, Exie; J. P. Miller & Son, Crocus. H. E. Loy, Olga. Adv. "stick-to-it-ive-ness" - 'week. f Sorghum making is going on soa full blast in this country. Uncle Charlie Yates does not aiprove fast. He is not able i&o walk to town. Our farmers are all through cutting tobacco and are preparing for wheat sowing at this ;time. Charlie Morrison and family, of Fry, visited the family of Jo Hunter, of our city, last Saturday and Sunday, Mr. G. T. Flowers and his daughter, Mrs. Moss,- visited stheir relatives in the community vof Fairplay, one day last week. Mr. R. 0. Keltner and wife visited their brother, G. A. Kelt ner, at Keltner, one day last tweek. Uncle Robert informed ois that the new Cumberland Presbyterian" church, at that splace, is about completed and it is a beautiful church. Mr. King Rodgers, a well- Snown business man, of Keltner, spent several days in this com munity, last week, securing oil .'leases for some oil company. He is the right man in the right rplace. He leased quite a number of acres of land through this - 1. 2. 3. Boys and Girls are under our personal care at all times. New Brick Dormitories, Electric Lights, nis courts, basket ball floor, track, etc 5. Water Works, Bath and Steam Heat. Location Healthful and Beautiful. 4. Ten acre campus, good athletic fie'ld, ten " Thorough courses. Our graduates en ter the best colleges and universities without Good moral and religious influences but 6. -- not secterian. Book-keepin- g, COURSES: Training, Normal, Intermediate, Primary pression, Voice, Art. Ex- Compare our advantages with the best and our rates with the lowest. - MOSS & CHANDLER, Columbia, Ky. Program. The following is the program for the Teachers' Association to be held at Neatsburg for Educational Division No. 4, the last Friday in September, , -- -- rJ. F. Pendleton, of Greensburg, spent several days here last week receiving hogs and cattle, preparing for the Louisville market. He paid from 8 to 9 cents hogs and 5 and 6 cents for ttle. Strong Hill sold him one ifat cow for $57.00, that weighed .1 120 pounds. Walker Bros, and v tRufus Pulliam, of Nell, sold t gmte a lot. We did not learn -.jihe price. Mr. Pendleton is one "of the largest buyers in live that makes this section. When he come in you may know 'athere is something doing. :or Pellylon. Thos. Asberry thad a small child to die of ty"Mr. and Mrs. phoid fever. Mr. J. S. Breeding, of Columbia, was in this place last Satu- rday. A protracted meeting conduct ed by Rev. Marvin Perryman ;and Bro. Cobb, of Taylor county, v ar . ,has just closed. Rev. Wyatt Montgomery, of ampbellsville, is conducting a meeting at Tabernacle. Rosie Sinclair, Scott and Mary Jampbell entered L. W. T. S dast Monday. Oscar Sinclair, wife and baby were visiting Mrs. Sinclair's '.mother near Pellynon, last week. A very serious accident hap- frpened, near here last Monday sabout 1 o'clock,. Mr. Jeff Jones -- and Mr. Frank Holt were cutting saw logs and were cutting down a tree, and when it fell, it hit Mr. Holt, killing him instantly, He was about 67 years of age and ha3 wife and three small children, and four children by a former wife, namely: Mrs. Uriah Selby. of Russell county, Mrs. Lis Stapp, Mrs. Bill Cundiff and Mrs. B. Bryant, of this' county. Leonard, a small boy of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shepherd, of the Ella neighborhood is very sick 20. The highest function of the with typhoid fever. school is character building, The mail system of thiB place, O. L. Ellis. W. S. Sinclair, Pres. has been very much demoralized 1 D. E, Sanders, Sect. by the discontinuance of the Pellyton and Knifly route. Joppa. crop in this section The corn seems to be better than for many Several families are making years past. molasses here this week. m Prof. Abernathy and Rev. Z. Goed Reading. P. Hamilton spent one night at Dr. J. T. Jones will send his book of the protracted meeting, while 90 pieces in Prose and Verse, by mail, en route to Mt. Vernon, Russell to anyone sending him a Postal Money they attended the Order for 25 cents to Glensf ork, Ky. Go., where They are on sale at The News office South Cumberland Association. also. They were accompanied from G. E. Hamilton, Nell, Adair county, Zion by Reys. L. C. Kelly and sold his farm containing no acres to Bush, G. B. Yates and Eollin Kinnaird a few days ago. Con- O. P. Edgar Powell. sideration, private. S account of scarlet fever. Melvin and John Conover, H. G. Young, G. B. Yates and Mark Holladay spent last week at the State Fair. Mrs. R R. Moss and daughter, Maxine, Mi3s Rushing and Miss Miss Margie Buster, of L-- W. T. S., took supper with the Misse3 Garnett Sunday night. E. G. Flowers and "wife, of Bliss, spent last Sunday with Mr. Ellen Holladay. Misses Allie and Opal Garnett 12. The object of studying Physiology, Mis3 Julia Loy. and R, G. Willis have entered ' 13 The teaching of nature "study the L. W. T. S. Mr. Willis will in the common school, graduate from this institution Miss Floy "Walker. next year. 14. School punishment, Mont Conover, who accompaMiss Bettie Knifley. 15. How secure good attendance, nied his wife to Louisville, last Miss Stella Garnett. week, for an . operation, writes 16. How teach primary pupils, that she stood it fine and is imMiss Flora Hovious. proving rapidly. 17. How secure community Mrs. James Cabbell sold her Miss Mary Gabbert, Arthur Wolford.- - household goods last Saturday, 18. Proper and improper incentives and will leave this week to join to study, Oscar Sinclair. her husband, who is working in 19. Means of securing good order, Virginia. Milburn "Wolford. . beginning at 10 a. m.: 1. Opening address by Superintendent Huffaker. 2. Educational value in Arithmetic, Miss Hattie "Williams. 3. Comparative value of Language study, Miss Beatrice Breeding. 4. Best ways and means of promoting interest in education. Koberfc Bailey. 5. Play and play grounds, Joe Jones, Miss Myrtle Huddleston. G. Eecitation, Miss Bessie Cabbell. 7. Ethics in public school, D. E. Sanders, Ernest Workman. 8. The inportance of agriculture in the common school, G. W. Parson. 9. How much value should be placed in method, Miss Lottie Knifley. 10. How and when to teach Kentucky Geography, MissMinnie Knifley. 11 The personality of the teacher, Emmife Eiggins. NOON. R, 0-- - Cabbell and sister, Mrs Doke Owens, of Humble, was JLUuug, ttticuucu iuc j. turn- here Saturday. tiuiiii ers' Association at Cane Valley J. B. Walters, who has been last Friday. spending a vacation with home Mrs. J. N. Conover and daugh folKs, returned Friday to Bowter, Miss Mary Lizzie, and son, ling Green, where he will enter Paul, Montpelier, spent one night the W. K. S. N. last week with Mrs. Fannie WilThe teachers' association held lis. at Salem Friday was real interMiss Estelle Willis resumed esting. Quite a number of good her school work at Rainfall Mon- speakers were present. day. She had been dismissed on W. A. Yates, of Edmonton, and U. G. McFarland, of Glasgow, passed through here Thursday, en route to Casey county. Rev. J. O. Sutherland and wife, of Faubush, were visiting here last week. Harris Rakestraw, a prominent lumber dealer of Russell Springs, was here Friday. D. C. Hopper attended the Russell Co., Association at Mt. Vernon church last week. Claud Hatter, the well-know- n Willis sold Fount Selby a load of goods left over & Barger from their auction. 1 Fonthill. Emeraon, who has with been.,confined to cancer, remains quite feeble. Fodder-pullinis the order of the day here. Dr. R. D. Mitchell, of was here last week. who has W. C. Bradshaw, been spending a few days here,, returned to his home, at Gordon, Texas, last week. n F. H. Austin and S. B. attended the Somerset Fair. They reported a good time. Spencer his-rooCamp-bellsvill- e, Rich-ardso- grocery salesman, was here Thursday. John McQueary bought a nice mule colt of W. N. Emerson. Price 60.00. J, O. Prock, Jamestown, was here Saturday. On August 26, 1916, the grim reaper of death visited our community and claimed for it3 victim Harrison Bradshaw. He had been in declining health for several months. He was reared near Fonthill and had spent most of his life here. He professed Christianity more than 40 years ago and united with the Baptist church at Salem and lived a devoted christian until death came, The church has lost a true member, the community a highly respected citizen. He was a man that was never heard discussing the short comings of his fellow man. We feel that our loss was his eternal gain. He leaves one brother, .one sister, five sons and a large circle of friends and relatives to mourn his loss. The funeral services were conducted at Salem church by the pastor, Rev. J. M. Williams, after which the remains were interred besides his wife, who had preceded him to the grave a number of years ago, there to await the resurrection .