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This week we speak of a traveling salesman who has net been so many years on the road as his competitors, but he is as well acquainted as the most of them. For four years he has been traveling for A. Wanking & Cq., Louisville, and he has been very successful, his trade increasing as the years come and go He visits the merchants in several counties, and is personally known to all of them. There is nob a hamlet in Green county but knows Geo W. Whitlocka. For years he was a prominent and very successful merchant at Fry, people tradiDg with him from all the surrounding country. When he went.on the road he took up his residence in Campbells-ville- , it being the most central point. Besides representing the wholesale house mentioned, he is interested in a retail business in his home town. He is ' popular with every body, due to the courteous manner in which he does business. Socially, he is a very companionable gentlemen, and his word is his bond. There is no friction between him and his competitors. It is hail fellow; well met with them all. Hjs acquaintance in Adair covers all the business points, and his visits to the county are cordially received. Mr. Whitlock lias a wife and several children and he takes a great in working for them. We trust that the prosperity that he is now enjoying will continue with him until the end of his existence, and when he has finished his work here below, he will hear the welcome plaudit, enter de-ligbt Preachers who are known here were The first and' second days of Novem assigned as follows: ber is the time aorreed an road on the dug hill oa 't&lg . Columbia District' S. G; Shellev. tabllshed by the surveyjlquires Shep- "Presiding Elder herd and Ellis have beenvse)ected ttf Columbia, L. F. Piercy. Campbellsville, J. S, Chandler. of take charge of the work them have agreed to do so. they will Cane Valley, OwehjT.lLee. go over the survey in a few days to - Casey Creek, IyeyA)len.. 's determine what is necessary to be Elkhorn, S. L, 0: Cowhe' U done and will map out a course of acuraayvine, yy. v. unr: Jamestown, J. A. W; which will be published as soon tion aadJj A meeting was held in the courtMy Dear Brother: house Jast Saturday and over 3600.00 We take the liberty to publish your was subscribed for making the neses-sar- y letter for we get more kicks than pats, surveys for the proposed railroad. more frowns than smiles, more criti- On Monday this subscription was cisms than praise, and yeb our main raised to 3300 00 will be necessary efforts have been and will continue to to raise 31,000 more before the work -- It as possible. attention to the importance of this movement and we trust that the peo- in and sit at My right. Farm for Sale. acres, mile from Kell's Shop post office and store. Close to school and church. Lays well. Well fenced, plenty of good running water, also well. Good barn, one tenant house, good out building, good residence, good orchard. About 60 acres under cultivation, 47 acres good timber. Known as the Calvin Acre farm. Call or write me at Kell's Shop, Ky. John Gaskins. I wish to sell er my farm of 1,07 one-quart- -- A Series of Meetings. Rev. J. B. DeGarmo, a noted evan-- 1 gelistof Mississippi, will assist Pastor Bush in a protracted meeting to commence at the Baptist church, this place, the first Sunday in November or the last Sunday in this month. Let everybody get ready to enjoy the services. Millinery Opening. would see all that's new and beautiful in fall and winter hats, call at our millinery parlors Tuesday evening, October the 3rd from 7 to 9. Mrs. George Staples. If you Mill Springs) "Oscar Cjpi PSiw. Kusseu Springs, E J?qL gpgcuil. Spafbsvifie, D L. "Vaai w. F?4ipadremai. sbsT1 e Presid- ple of Columbia as well as those living on the road will respond in an unstint- ing JUlder o fteEHz WT"J own dis- ed manner. Too long Columbia has trict. M. M. Murrell goes to already waited for development, waitardstown ed for business that never comes: too and Samuel. Lebanon Circuit, J. L. Mt rrell. long we have whittled cedar and hoped Clay W. L Grant. for better business conditions without making an energetic move to improve, Hanson, J. A, Johnson Madisonville, G. P.' Dlop As matters now stand we mustet Morganfield Circuit, Wft Wagonbusy or share the same handicaps in the future as in the past. Between er, Neatsville and the top of Dug Hill a T. L. Hulse is continual Presiding distance of one and a half miles, the Elder of the HopkinsvilIet strict. Eddyville and Saratoga, . L. Mell. road is rough, steep and almost imEddyville Circuit, J. M. Prryman. passible the greater part of the year. S. M. Miller, Beyond Neatsville to Casey county the Settle Memorial, road is fine, a large part of it being Owensboro. B. M. Currie, Marcus Lindsey Megraveled, and from the top of the hill 1 to Columbia or to the terminus of the morial, Louisville Bowling Green, State Street E. B. new pike is fine nine months in the jf year. Grider. uanmer, J. je. van Hoy- -. road is opened on the estabIf the Union, Temple, Louisville A. R. lished grade on this hill it would afford a splendid auto outlet as well as Kasey. Clifton, S. J. Thompson inlet to a fertile part of this country as well as to the bluegrass counties of the State. This work means much to Millinery opening next Friday and the upper end of the county, much to Saturday. Every one invited. Mrs. L. W. Atkins. the people along the road and equally as much to the business interests of Columbia Jeff Jones Indicted for Murder. All ought to welcome this movement and all ought to assist. If you can't join in the work give money other valIt will be remembered that three uable aid. If the road is opened weeks ago Frank Holt was killed near on the survey the people directly in- Pellyton, this county, and at the same terested will give the gr?,vel. time a report gained circulation that a tree fell on him causing the fatality. If Your Motto Be, Lie, Steal, In a day or two parties living in the neighborhood came to the conclusion Drink and Swear. that Holt had been murdered, and it When you lie, lie down in sweet was also reported that Jeff Jones was slumber; when you steal, steal always generally suspected as the guilty from bad associates; when you drink, party. An investigation was started, drink nothing but cold water; when you the body being disinterred and an examination made by Drs. C. M, Eussell, swear, swear that you will try those J. S. Miller and L. C. Nelh Their re49-lshoes at Albin Hurray's. port was .submitted to the grand jury, circuit court being in session, and last The dedication of the Campbells Tuesday an indictment was returned, ville Baptist Church will take place charging Jones with murder. His bail October 29th. Dr. J. W Porter, edi was fixed at 31,500 which, up to this tor of the Western Recorder, and time, he has failed to furnish. All the the First Baptist church of Lex- testimony is circumstantial. ington, will preach the Dedicatory sermon. The neighboring churches in Strayed. and out of the Eussell C'reek Association are cordially invited to attend the services, and dinner will be served From my home near Columbia, a in the church, basement Campbells black boar hog, weight about 130 ville pounds. No marks.- t J. H. Young. Heretofore we have called . fl be honest, faithful aud'helpful service to our section of country a land that needs only the touch of enterprise to make it bloom a3 the rose. Your manner cf expression your candor and sense of justice for our people, but honest efforts to serve well those whe ought to appreciate the News, as a home paper, bespeak much more than ordinarily comes to us even from friends who dwell in the midst and surroundings of this congenial clime. May you live long and be happy, and may we some day enjoy a clasp-o- f your hand and have you break bread with us under our own vine and fig tree, is our sincere wish. Shandon, Ohio, Sept. 28, 1916 Adair County News Enclosed find $1.00 for which please enter my subscription. If your subscription price has raised kindly let me know on enclosed postal and I will promptly remit amount necessary for S year's subscription. I dropped my subscription to a num ber of papers last spring, but I am go ing to come back for your paper. It' is so full of the simple country life that I have missed its weekly visits, although personally, I do not know a single person in Adair county. But its news items are about the country people and country life that I love so well, and I have come, through one year's subscription, to know much of Adair counoy and its good people. No paper published in any of our large cities can reach the point ofpicturing country lifeasjou do. E. H. Wilmer begins and an effort is now being made to secure it If thepeople will give a small amount each to this fund it will soon be secured and She work started and no one will be hurt even If we fall to get the road If we .sue- ceed in securing the road the amount subscribed to the survey will be credited on the amount pledged to the road. A failure to make the survey is death to our proposition and every : '. " ' ' -- interested party ought to contribute to the fund now being raised Only a few more days will be spent in an effort to secure this money. The business interests of this county demand that we make every reaaonable effort and sacrifice to secure the surveys. If we fail in this we lose all that has already been done. For Sale. My -- farm of 200 acres, 3 miles northf mile piie. Call on one-hal- east of Columbia and from Campbellsville 49-4- t W. R. Williams. Notice, Tax Payers. On the following dates and places named below, I or one of my Deputies, will have the Tax Books, for the purpose of collecting taxes, Pellyton, Monday, Oct. 9th. Knifley, Tuesday, Oct. 10th. Cane Valley, Thursday, Oct. 12th. Absher, Friday, Oct. l?th. Glensfork, Monday, Oct. 16th Fairplay, Tuesday, Oct. 17th. Breeding, Thursday, Oct 19th. Gradyville, Friday, Oct. 20th. Eunice, Monday, Oct. 23rd. From Tuesday at noon till Saturday Eoy, Tuesday, Oct. 24th. evening I will pay 30 cents per dozen Pickett, Thursday, Oct. 26th. for nice, clean, fresh eggs, every egg Milltown, Friday, Oct. 27ch. candled. D. M. Moore, I trust that every Tax Payer will 49 It Garlin, Ky. take advantage of this opportunity to meet and settle same. Red Berkshire. S H. Mitchell, S. A. C. to-wi- c: . The red Berkshire sow bought by the following gentleman, J. W. Walker, C. G. Jeffries, N. M. Tutt, Patteson and C. S, Harris, now has eight beautiful pigs. This is the first red Berkshire ever brought to this county and all who have seen her are highly pleased. It is the purpose of the buyers to get the best of this breed of hogs and from the beginning no one need fear that an inferior .hog will be purchased. They are now negotiating for a male of merit and later on will offer to the people of this section the hog that has so long been sought the all purpose one, the one that has the fine texture of nqeat of the Berkshire, the beauty of the China and at. prolific as the Duroc. A. D Nice Home for Sale. t. I desire to sell my residence located near the Graded School building. It contains sis rooms, and the property is as good as new. I also have some valuable household goods for sale, including a piano, ss good as new. For particulars see me at the barber shop, Hancock Hotel-49-2- t Geo. W-Lo- pas-tor-- of we. Marriage Licenses. The following were issued from the Adair County Clerk's office during the month ot September: Russell Compton and Ada England. Willie Cape and Martha Cape. Leslie Skaggs and Kate Breeding. Clarence Taylor and Elizabeth Wilson. Joseph P. Caylor and Hattie D. Jesse. S. K. Bibee and News-Journa- l. 49-2- Fall Millinery Opening. Foot Ball Game. From Georgia. Winder, Sept., 30, 1916. Our formal opening will occur next Friday and Saturday. May we have Lindsey-Wilso- n will open the foot Bev. O. P. Bush closed a very inter the pleasure of 'serving you? The ball season here Saturday week with esting meeting in Eussell county last smartest and most exclusive styles at the Bloomfield High School. It is exweek. It was held with a Church right prices. pected that this team should be one Mrs. L. W. Atkins. about three miles from Jamestown. that will interest the local boys as only one addition, While there was Bloomfield is a town about the size of J. E. of our the Church was greatly revived, and citizens, Gowdy, one sprainedesteemed Columbia and they have a star from hip and sustained a fine. On the 9th of the attendance Georgetown College to coach them Rev. Bush will begin a knee last Thursday afternoon about 3 who this month will also play in the game. The o'clock, while attempting to jump meeting at Milltown, over a wire fenc at the rear of his Lindsey Wilson has been practicing hardandshbuldbeingoodform. They There will be services in the United home on Jackson street. While the have more heavy men than they had injury 1s not a seriousf-one- , yet it is Brethren church Sunday morning, 11 very painful. We hope Mr. Gowdy last year, and the men are more the a. m., topic, "True Service," in the will soo.n recover. Cfampbellsville same size. Last .year some of them-werevening 7:30 p. m., "A Model Congrevery large and some Tather . gation," by Bev. C H. Shad, of Georsmall. gia, Fla., U. B. Conference. All are It is said that Mr. V. M. Gowdy, invited. who recently purchased the property Lost. where Mr. Geo. E. Wilson lives, is Bed cow, 10 years old, dehorned, Monday week circuit court will commence at Jamestown. Patrons of the making preparations to build a large marked in both ears, thin in' order. warehouse on the back end'of the lot. Last heard of she was near Joppa. News will be given an opportunity to His main store building will not be Will pay 85.00 for information. see a representative of this paper on erected until next year. It is to be a JE. D. Wheeler, Sparkesvllle, Ky. the square. commodious brick, and will front the pike. We understand that there "lll be Last Wednesday morning, as Dr. quite a lot of business in the Eussell Fine music at the Paramount Thea Garlln Grissom was riding in town which will convene at circuit court ter every show night, piano, cornet the back end of the mail car struck Jamestown Monday week. and violin. Mr. Geo. W. Lowe, Mr. his horse, high up on the hip, cutting Walter Sullivan and MissFrona Faulk- a very ugly gash which had to be Will Turk, of Sparksville, was ner make the music. closed with stitches. It will take the thrown by a mule last Wednesday,' wonnd some time to heal. right" leg between- the breaking his Mr. W. E. McCandless has purchas thigh. knee and ed Mrs. E. P. Harris' residence, on S. A. Hatcher sold George Butler Greensburg street, and will be given county is thoroughly wet; possession soon. Consideration, 91,950. 64 acres of landt a part of the Joshua Adair " Hatcher farm, for $l,45Qt Bi rain last Thursday. News-Journal. Editor Harris: We enclose check for two dollars, which takes us up to May 15, 1917. according to the statement. We thoroughly enjoy the News and hope the high price of paper will in no way mar, the future of its circulation, as it seems we could hardly get along so well without it. Success to the force. Yours, Mrs. Robert J. Pentecost. The above speaks in tones that we appreciate and ought to echo from more than a thousand others who read The News. The high cost of paper forces us to advance the subscription price by a change in form and a reduction in its size, but as soon as conditions permit TJie N.e.ws will appear in its regular size and form an eight page six column paper. Died on. Casey Creek. Canthus E. HadJey. We have received a check for $2.25 on the bank at Dunnville, but the check is not signed. If this reaches the drawer of the check he will please authorize some one to sign it. e The meeting at the Christian church closed last Thursday night. During its progress there were two additions to the church by baptism. Eld. Gabberc was very entertaining throughout the series. Mr. E. B. Barger is breaking dirt for the foundation of his residence, on Jamestown Street. Ifr is to be some brick, but it will not be erected : until next spring. Jeff Jones made bond last Monday and returned home. He is charged with killing Frank Holt. -- anana'; ' 49-2- t. - Last Friday, the 29th, ulC, Mr. Jesse Absher, who was 35 years old and a Frank Toliver bought 5 mules here good citizen, died at his late home on last Saturday at 8100 to $125 per head. Casey's Creek, this county. He was a Married men of Tabor and married brother of Mr. Stephen Absher, and men of Zion played a match game of He base bail was a victim of typhoid fever. last Saturday. Result, Zlon leaves a wife and quite a number of 14, Tabor 13. relatives. M. C. Winfrey sold BI F. Chewing, Boad working is active in Russell last Friday, a fine Jersey cow ioY$90.. county. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS iHw to Foretell Weather. Fine We The Dead Sea. have-hear- Fur on linen blouses is the latest novelty. Spanish scarss in bright orof dead people, ange black are very becoming to brunettes. We have always demonstrated to the readers of the Adair County News that we compete most successfully 1 you want line weather "look Sic fine weather signs. Here are BS2sof the most reliable, for Sk2jr&re based upon scientific When the sun sets in a sea of aatfacy that is, when the sdnset 23&2T -- , criticized and abused while he tion which were more profitable was working out the salvation of to the government. Just a year the country, so has Wilson been later they were introduced in criticized and abused while he was standing for the protection England. The first picture post card, it of American rights, which has is said, made its appearance in aroused the hostility of the Ger and the abuse 1891. Cards bearing sentiments appropriate to Christmas and of the jingoes and the American other festive days originated land and mine owners in Mexico over 70 years ago. It is related because he would not go to war that an English artist, W. A. with that helpless country. As Dobson, hit upon the idea of it required courage and intellisending to a friend whom he gence of the highest order on wished to remember a card bear- the part of Mr. Lincoln, in the ing a sketch significant of the face of the most severe censure, spirit of Christmas. This was to work out successfully the exhibited among the recipient's great problems of his Adminis friends who admired it greatly tration, so it has required cour "Take Time to Be Polite" and begged for a copy or anoth- age and intelligence upon the especially at part of Wilson, in the face of the weath- - Paull Drug valuable ObtainableAdv. thyieir actions-wha- t er card as beautiful. Co. 3ZE rill be, and there is reason in The next year the aatist made equally severe censure to keep A Traveler in Japan, sending this country at peace with all of Style Tips. ?hisu Some of them certainly home her impressions' wrote, a new design and had it lithoblessing and priviia&ve a knowledge o f coming "I am struck by their beautiful graphed. In a short time other its attendant storms. We are told that spiders Coat collars are uncommonly politeness. The Japanese take artists were painting Christman leges. In 1864 when Mr. LinfjEre especially sentitive to weath- - high. cards and the idea kept growing. coln was renominated for Presitime to be polite." dent the Democratic party ran ar changes and when they make Some of the jiew veils are An elderly woman who listen- At length a business man, the possibilities of picture McCIellan against him simply as tisjaw ebs the weather will be edged with jet spangles, irregu- ed to the letter said with a little opposition candidate. It even if they continue spinning larly worked. sigh: "I wish our American post cards, began putting them an went so far as to declare that &iring a shower it will soon clear Fancy metal bands are coming girls would do that. It seems to on the market in large quantithe war had been a failure. 3E. :StNicholas. me we used to give more atten- ties. in for millinery purposes. What was the result? Mr, LinWhile the craze for them in The nose veil i3 very smart and tion to such things, though girls JSSfoarfs Liniment for Neuralgia coln appealed to the patriotism had plenty of work to do then. this country appears- to have may be seen all winter. or the people and the people anAches. Why, it was only last summer," waned somewhat of late, picture Colored linens are much used swered this appeal by every 3Ths dull throb of neuralgia is quick- she continued reminiscently, "I cards and cards bearing sentiJipceKevedby Sloan's Liniment, the for children's dresses. f State in the entire union casting wrote to Betty Mason. Betty is ments in keeping with Christuniversal- remedy for pain. Easy to Tht cartridge plait is retained its electoral vote for him. rxpply; tfc quickly penetrates without the daughter of my dearest mas and other important holidays E5:tKng and soothes the sore muscles. in the new French costumes. The campaign this fall is very friend. She had some girls stay- are still widely used. Millions 3a3aner and more promptly effective Black net robes for evening ing with her, and I invited her of them are handled in the mails similar to the one of 1864. sSftsatnussy plasters or ointment; does party points to tooSstain the skin or clog the pores are bordered with colored silk. bring them over here some day. every year. fFbr stiff muscles, chronic rheumatism of peace as a great Broad bands of furs will be Betty never answered the note .gottfc, lumbago, sprains and strains it achievement as the preservation crcsTiuick relief. Sloan's Liniment seen on the tunics of fall dresses. though I know she received it. Wilson and Lincoln. of the Union. President Wilxo3uces the pain and inflammation in Gold brocaded silk makes the I was complaining about it to . insect bites, bruises, bumps and other appeal is to the patriotism recently son's my niece, and Anna said careaoaaor injuries to children.- - Get a prettiest of evening slippers. President Wilson and'not partyism. While on the at Paull Drug Co., .25c. vsattls of Castor and gray are the best lessly: '0-- , Betty and the girls paid a visit to the birth-plac- e Adv. other hand. Mr. Hughes' camwere on the go- every minute. I Abraham Lincoln, and in his colors after black for shoes. paign is simply one of opposirIOuisville'.s .claims for a "Farm suppose she didn't have time. speech there said it should be a tion declaring that Wilson's AdF2an33ankwiH be presented to Not have timel" The elderly shrine of American patriotism. are in straw of two colors. ministration has 'been a failure, Mc Adoo and other hats x ifecretary woman sniff9d. "I'm not over Lincoln preserved the Ulnion and the Federal 'Board in Mexican colored wool embroid- being indignant yet. It wouldn't for that achievement he has gone and while McCIellan declared ery is much liked by French wo- have taken five minutes to write into, history as one of the great- the war had been a failure, ; JLcdisville Hughes declares that peace has men. I est Presidents of the nation. a courteous note of regret 'IThirty people were killed and deThe vogue for gray shoes has love Betty, but I haven't quite Woodrow Wilson is the first been a failure. Mr. Wilson ZUB injured by aZeppelin raid on increased the demand for gray serves to win in 1916 like Mr. forgiven her. We might learn President since Lincoln who has ioadon. Two of the twelve gloves. Lincoln won in 1864 by the pabeen confronted with as many some things of the Japanese." triotic response of the electors k: . . JSapj&elms were brought down by Cyclamen-colore- d grave problems as the great war satin velvet defense guns. The Post Card's Begin- President. The one preserved in every State in the Union. To with royal blue net-i- a new comhave turned Lincoln down in ning. the Union, the other has prebination. 1864 would have been a declaraserved peace. The one by a hetion that the war was a failure; Coatees of white serge are Post cards appear to have roic struggle laid the foundation to turn down Wilson in 1916 will -made to be worn with navy taf- originated in Austri where they of the greatest nation on earth. be a declaration that peace is a OF feta dresses. used in 1869. When The other, confronted with the failure. Elizabethtown News. were first 10URB0N POULTRY CURE The modified circular skirt with they first came into use messages world at war, has kept the UnitJk In the drinldne water There is no hope for the recovHakes Hens lay Aiule-gibelt is in high favor for tailored written on them were limited to ed States at peace. While Euery of Dr. Craik, who was inCeres Ronp, Colds, ChoUra. suits. 20 words, the purpose of this rope is running red with blood Lfaibenreck Prevents jured in an automobile accident, One 50c bottle makes 12 XcSons of medicine. At drc still hold their regulation evidently being to the United States is running yel- as his skull is fractured at the Russian .blouses MEW irUtsorbvmatlDOStDaM- - V&!a able poultry boo'x free. 2 prevent them from encroaching low with gold. As Lincoln was base. a, ij. own. HOB9X astnji on other methods of communicah man-America- s sed you may expect clear srecSfeer on the following day. Ataight when the moon is "dear and shows clear edges, miles wide, 1,292 feet below the sea level and is one of the hot!& no halo or ring of mist it there is little danger test regions on earth. It receives 5,000,000 tons of water daily into its bosom from the When the wind blow3 steadily riyer, but gives none out rffcoKt the west the weather will Jordan to refresh and nourish the valley 2ea.traue fair. It very rarely arid .jrams in most of the states with below which has become an fisted-nes- s desert on account of close fcewind in the west. of the sea. Its water is the smoke from a chim-five times as salty as the water asyor from your campfire. It is of the ocean, is bitter to the jsl good barometer. It the smoke taste, oily to the touch, and .fees-higit means clear weath- leaves a yellow stain. Fo fish s. The smoke will also show live in the water, no flowers ..won. from which direction the bloom or fruits grow on its shores, 3mdis blowing; so will a flagon no birds sing in its neighborhood. 53a alright flagstaff. Its barkless driftwood and shores A .gray early morning, not- a are incrusted with salt. Its g .SLezT?y cloudy one, promises a is a scene of desolation and aic day. gloom, looking as if the curse of heavy dew at night is se- God rested on the whole regoon. & ldom followed by rain the next Ex. s$y. Think of it this way and Despondency :yoc will remember: Wet feet, ?icy head. When you feel discouraged aud despondent do nob erive up but take a r0 there are no clouds at the dose of Chamberlain's Tablets and you horizon you need not are almost certain to feel all right within a day or two. Despondency is trery about others. very often due to indigestion and biliousness, for which these tablets are Animals are said often to show e. sur-vsrasadi- ng dead beasts, dead trees and dead flowers, but is there such a thing as a dead sea, and why do they call it dead? There is, and they call it dead because it receives all and gives nothing. This body of water the most remarkable in the world is at the southern end of the Jordan valley in Palis-tinIt is 47 miles long and 10 Bits of Poultry Wisdom. Tough grass is of no value as a green food. Better sow some quick growing crop. Feed . hoppers greatly reduce the work. If they are kept filled the chicks will never go hungry. Ij your chicks are not doing well something is wrong. Look out for lice and for worms in the intestines. hens had better They be serit to the market. seldom pay for their feed if kept over a third season. Grit and oyster shells should be included in the ration for both young and old. To neglect this would be poor economy. Young stock will do better if not compelled to pick their living with the old. There will also be less trouble from lice. Shade is one of the most important essentials during the hot months. Get the chicks into the orchard and cornfield. A growing chicks will not thrive on short rations. If the right kind of food is fed there is little danger of overfeeding, es pecially if they are given plenty of range. Two-year-old 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 and 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 yard3 of Good Linoleum with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, 522 &524W. Market incorporated. St., Louisville, Ky. I W-atc- h ns - set-sin- -- -- - -- -- re-ali- ng K - - -- -- - The-Democrat- . to-da- y - Broad-brinme- d, high-crowne- d I -- to-da- y. 3k.e-IiOnd- sZsTf f on s FEW ? DROPS - caaeA, it' Fnuat"fnoroe ICumb. Main 9 141 City 2291 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Rates 50-75-1.- 00 Chronic Catarrh is Curable Nothing la more distressing to the sufferer and his friends. Chronic catarrh Is systemic thatts, it is present throughout the body, thousnm may manifest Itself in a local ulceration. it m. v vuiKiMiuwwuiu ucauucub win UYKTEOTTin h v ifTn l f mrwn Loc&l treatments sometimes help the acute manifestations, but they cannot overcome the systemic diadorer; urn Learn to Listen WeB- It takes as much HitelHgaascE to listen well as to talk 3L There are some people incfeeBJ who are such inveterate ialSsas,-th- at the listener does not eoxmi; much. A wax usm0 ssass used in shop ..... . jnz cs-- playing the li.tiac creadbsis,, would satisfy them as well as as e thinking auditor. But as & talk well only if tfcsasis. someone who can listen well One of the qualifications- cf sv good listener is to look at he person who is talking. The $e&-hav- e much to do with successEfiS listening. One of the mcsfcGK concerting things In the worisliapv to be in the midst of a story auSf find that your audience is icefc-ing out of the window. At oae&r your inspiration ebbs, your attention is divided between, tha? story you are telling and Tsi&fc--mbe happening on the siiSe walk. A few such experiences?-athis will teach you what to eyes, if you wiahtobEs a good listener. Use your brains when- sxrpr listen. Hear what is said aaffi weigh it. One of the qcsaSfsca tions of a good listener is-- sosaa-- -' times to disagree. The-- listener- who is always nodding corroboration of what is being sajS finally awakens doubt of bis since no two persons caza think exactly alike. Haa an& opinion of your own. The girl who listens attentive ly and intelligentlyis in 2. iairr way to make herself popular. Jft" good talker is admired. A 2&0X& listener is liked. And there 2s--reason why the averagEe-briggirl should not aspire $gv "SAFETY FIRST" Hotel Watkins "In the Heart of LouiSvillo" TELEPHONES IN ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODERN PERUNA Has Helped Thousands condition. Itls a foe to catarrh. The voluntary testimony of thousands establishes that. Feruna benefits in a rmmberof ways. Peruaabuilds up the digestion, restorea the itrength, and helps nut tho arsterain Peruna has special value tn catarrhi It gives vitality to the system, restores tono to the membranes ana enables these toper-fortheir functions. In many cases its benefits begin at once,' and it rarely fails m CONVENIENCES ih ' EUROPEAN PLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th EVERYTHING IN Louisville, Ky. I Directions; Price ttauiamnauMotatawima MncnaM treatment is continued properly. The Feruna Medical Department-wiUbglad to assist you to overcome this disease. The doctor's advice is free. Don't delay treatment; When rn5e-peopl- THE PERUNA CO, CoIamons.O. ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. " Wants to Dress Like the Other Fellows It appears from the October Woman's Home Cpmpanion that the mother instead of the teacher is becoming the young boy's worst enemy. In an article about parents making their children nrserable by fussing with them, a writer says: "The mother says 'Nonsense!' But if she could see for herself what her boy suffers I am sure she would relent. Bad - Colds from Little Sneezes on all winter Many colds ,SteeI Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated 1 CO. 16 Caat Maket Mreeif Delween rirst and Brook symptoms of colds, and you know the prompt treatmeut will break them up. Dr. King's New Discovery, with its soothing antiseptic balsams, has "Why will some parents per- been breaking up colds and healing coughs of young and old for 47 years. sist in making their sons miser- Dr. King's New Discovery loosens the able? It does sometimes seem phlegm, clears the head, soothes the that the more loving a mother is irritated membrane and makes breathing easier. At Paull Drug Co , 50c. start with a sneeze, a snifle, a sore throat, a tight chest. You know the Grow. that hang -- ay s sfo-withyo- to make her boy unhappy. Adv, "Now a school teacher discovers some things about boys that their mothers, perhaps, do not know, and one is that there is nothing a boy so much hates and Center & Jefferson Streets dreads as ridicule, and nothing Kentucky. Louisville, so likely to excite ridicule among AMERICAN PLAN Dafesj$2.00 and $2.50 wlfh $3.00 antT$3.50 per day his associates as some peculiarhof and cold vafer, Privi- ity of name, or dress or hair cut. vlth Private Bath, lege of Bath. Yet when I mildly venture to European Plan $1.00 and Up suggest something of this kind A.TL, BDEALR 500 to the mother whose petted darLocal and Long Distance Telephones ling hates to go to school and in all R.ooms. complains that the other boys A Bloek'and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. 'pick on' him, I am met in reD. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. ply with the statement from the mother : Louisville, Ky. - His Tybe of Beauty. "This yur young man Hollar WILLARD HOTEL ' 1 r- -- that's sorter running for the legislature," said Mr. Gap Johnson "well, I can't precisely describe him to you further than to state that I reckon he is the only one of the kink ever born in captivity. His head is so narrow that his eyes are on the north and souah ends of his countenance and he has to come at you sideways." Kansas City Star. A Big We are told -- i. sir-cerit- y, no Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money Shadow. ht " 'Oh, children don't know what they look best in. The otfier boys are just envious little brutes. I tell Theodore not to pay any attention to them and they will soon stop teasing him. I know you mean well, but I'm a mother and only a mother can understand children.' LOUISVILLE HOTEL & lairx Street Beetween 6 7th Louisville, Kerrtuclcy. 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 dar; 2 people. ?2 OOeach (With Meals) 75Rooms " " 50 3 50 " " Speople. 2 25 " Single 3 00 " " 2people. 2 60 " 50 Front Rooms Rooms With Private Bath: Single 3 00 per day; 2 people. 2 75 " 50 Rooms- Single 3 50 per day; 2 people, 3 00 " 50Rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Batw but with Ilot and Cold Running Water. Single. $1 OOperday; 2 people ?0 75 each 75 Rooms (Without Meals) Single, 1 25 per day; 2 people 1 OOeach 50Rooms Single, 1 50 per day; 2 people 1 25 each 50FrontRooms Rooms with Private Bath: Single, 1 50 per day; 2 people 125each SORooms Single, 2 00 per day; 2 people 150each 50 Rooms And so it doe3. It throws a shadow A lawyer and his wife lost in" over your appetite when you find the New Hampshire woods vyare It in your food. Ex. found after a four day sssrzhi It is as risky to praise a wo? They were nearly starved and iir man's husban to her face as it to a most wretched conditions criticise him. hair throws a shadow. that the "smallest both. " THE OLD INN, Louisville, Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 and up. Ky., Gor. 6th and Main Sts. three-block- Rooms With Private Bath, $1.50 up. 's The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only a walk to the retail district and theaters. Louisville Hotel and. Old Inn Company, Props. Splendid Achievements. in the sun of our financial world. "No longer will widows and orphans, robbed of their pittance of savings beat their clenceed fists in vain upon the doors of banks closed by manufacturers' panics. "No longer will any man or set of men be able to corner the money market, or take the country's business by the throat and force it to deliver their financial In his speech of notification of "the nomination of Vice President Thomas R. Marshall, former Governor Glynn, of New York, who sounded the key note at St. Louis, summed up some of the results of the Wilson administration as follows: "No longer will the hearts of little children he coined into gold or their blood stain the commerce of our land, no longer will the poetry of youth be robbed of its glamor or its song of joy transformed into a lamentation of despair. -- pressure." For a Muddy Complexion. harvests be Take Chamberlain's Tablets and adopt a diet of vegetables and cerals. Take outdoor exercise daily and jour "There lies the secret of a boy's "No longer will the sowers of complexion will be greatly improved to be 'like the other Ob- happiness our seed and the reapers of our within a few months. Try it. Drug Co. Adv. fellows. ' denied proper place tainable at Panll "Well, what can an old maid Dock Smith, who was serving say to that? So Theodore, who penitentiary in conis a likable enough boy natural- a term in the murly, becomes a sulky and wretch- nection with the Callahan der in Breathitt county, has been ed young misanthrope. pardoned by Gov. Stanley. "The teacher, by reason of her unfortunate state of spinter-hoomay not know every sfde ILUSTRATED The of boy nature, but she does Most know some sides of it of which Interesting Magazine average mother appears to the Published. be ignorant. She knows what a SO Timely boy likes to do, and how he likes Articles to dress. She knows that he with Over 200 doesn't like to be caressed by !WrtVW Striking 5tf m his mother in the schoolyard Pictures in Each with a hundred boys looking on, Pktures y Number and he doesn't like to be attired Sample Copy Free like a little Lord Fauntleroy. Send us your name and address "A boy goes home from school anday where you saw this and we will mail you free and tells his mother that he a copy of Illustrated World, 11 bit;, human interest magazine v. h doesn't like a certain suit, or tells you in clear, simple language : bout all the wonderful things men that 'none of the other fellows ivre doing everywhere. pumps,' and wear patent-leathIt brings before you the viil happeningsoftheworld;isaccuru- , to plea.se let him wear a string but never dull; thrilling, but r. I tie instead of awibbon bow and fascinating, but i t Over 200 striking jiictr. he hateslhat old sailor i j every issue. The most ml n ' g and helpful magazine for all t: streamers he wants a cap like f i.inily. For sale by all newsdeaL: . :5b. a copy, $1.50 a year. " the other fellows. fOOding and Creni STELLA-VITA- S m0 $ ' STOPPED IT! This has a world of meaning: to every woman who soSecsc as Mrs. J. S. Blair, of Enterprise, Okla., suffered and tlxcnr. d. 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We lose the price 5t? you are not benefited. In saaszy " years of guaranteeing STELLA- VITAE les3 than one bottle ona$T . every thousand his failadtoliafir.v E, Write today for a free tctr.pls copy. Be cure to mention Address: this advertisement. 3rathouminlt9wt9l ILLUSTRATED WORLD 3S00 Drexel Ave,, Chicago. Ill Thacher Medicine Cow "'CHATTANOOOA. TENN f For Sate By Page & Hamilton- -. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS, -- THE ADAIR COURflfrJIEWS BY RAILROAD MEN FOR WILSON. MOUNTAIN DEMOCRATS TRUE. ALWAYS v,?". Published Every Wednesday THE At a meeting of railroad trainmen, held in Louisville, last Tuesday night, after resoluting Sig-mo- nd g!fflffl!!ffllH!!nmZEMMoNiZ!?!!nn!l!!H!ffl!!J!llK A representative of the Dem- & raramount : Show Place of Columbia. Famous Paramount Program. Adair County News (INCORPORATED.) CHAS. S. HARRIS, Company to support Woodrow Wilson, ocratic campaign Headquarters A. Lee, State Chairman of at Louisville, made a trip through the campaign committee of rail- some of the mountain counties last weekend found that while TUESDAY NiGHT. "It is the railroad men's purpose to the Republicans were making Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest wage an active campaign for the elecPEARL WHITE, in "The Iron CIaw eC the City of Columbia,and the people of Adair tion of Woodrow , Wilson. Mr. strenuous efforts, with money and adjoining counties. THURSDAY NIGHT. ; Hughes has spent the greater part of and otherwise, they were mak 43-- , me in ercner vetoing iawsi nis pudiic BLANCHE SWEET, the Famous Star, as second passed in behalf of Entered at the Columbia the American peo- ing no inroads upon the Demoin "The Secret Orchard". lass mail matter. ple, or rendering opinions which en- cratic ranks. In fact not a sin slaved, if not entirely destroyed their gle man who had ever been a ; SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR SATURDAY NIGHT. 5 organizations It took an amend t laws to save Democrat was found who would ST ment to the ELSIE JANIS, the International Star, in "Nearly; a Lady". WED. OCT- - 4, 1916 the working man from being classed change his vote this -- time, but g: Filled with Action of a New Kind. 52 as a commodity instead of a human numbers of those who had al' being with a just right to live under f DEMOCRATIC TICKET fairand reasonable conditions. Pres- ways voted the Republican tickident Woodrow Wilson signed that et said they intended to vote unamendmerit. The railroad men confjimiiuuiiiiuiimii p a a M o u n iiHiiumuimiiimiig For President. sider Justice Hughes the most dan- der the rooster in Noyember, gerous enemy the American laborer which will take in the candidate WOODROW WILSON, has ever known. If Hughes by some of New Jersey. dreadful calamity should ever reach for president and vice president the WhiteHouse, he would kick the and the Democratic nominee for For Yice President. r law into the Potomac river Congress. They are enthusiasand crucify the American workmen on THOMAS E. MARSHALL, Capitol Hill. I charge the American tic over Wilson for his great acof Indiana.. laborer I charge the brotherhood complishments and especially men to be alert lest they awake too Congress. For late, for with Hughes at the throttle are they grateful to him for hav- The McDowell Fogle Farm on Green River, five miles north of Libwith four years to run, your burden ing kept the country out of war erty, on the'Middleburg and Liberty Turnpike, will be offered at HARVEY HELM, will be heavy and your chances slim by wise and timely legisla- Public Sale, on Tuesday, October 17, to the Highest and Best Bidof Lincoln County. The Brotherhood men of Kentucky and der. This farm consists of about 325 acres, about 30 of which is are for Woodrow Wilson, who showed tion procured from a patriotic ANNOUNCEMENT. first bottom. There is on it an excellent eight room farm house, by his act and deeds that his heart is Congress maintained peace and with barn and out houses. with the American laborer. The For Sheriff. crowning climax of a wonderful record brought prospepity and plenty This is one of the Best Farms in the Green River Valley came when he told the railroad pres- to the country. The mountain We are authorized to announce W. B. idents that he was for the eight-hou-r a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, day, and didjnot think the principles Democrats are the truest in the It will be offered in parcels and as a whole, and the best bid or bids subject to the action of thelRupublican primaiy arbitrable. He saw the justice of our country and- - all the money of accepted. The sale will be held on the premises at 1 o'clock p. m. claim, he had the courage and convic- Wall Street and the interests TERMS: One third Cash and balance in one and two years. tion to urge Congress to give us what cannot swerve them from loyalCapt. T. D. English, Auctioneer. Thirty three days from the in righteousness was our due. "Pour hundred thousand brotherdate of this paper until the No- hood railroad men shout the battle ty. It means something to be a majority by that means a full vote will be Wilson, and Democrat where the vember election. Democrats cry, 'Vote for Eight-hou- r should get busy and stay busy the railroad men of old Kentucky will are Republicans and many sac- brought out, There is not a lead the irresistible charge which will until the polls close. This coun- sweep Woodrow Wilson to victory.' " rifices are made for the sake of doubt but the Republicans of D principle of which the Democrat- Adair have an organization. y try is in better condition $1.50 To $3.00 Each than at any other time in the The election of a Democratic ic strongholds know nothing. The workers are busy, and their W. T. HODGEN, Campbellsville, Ky. history of the nation. Prosper- President will not be of much The Republicans in the moun- majority in the county cannot be ity came with the election of avail unless he is supported by a tains can oat vote the Democrats reduced without active and There- and what is more important to effective work. Talk DemocraWILSON'S REPLY. Woodrow Wilson to the Presiden- Democratic Congress. cy. If the farmers and mechan- fore, it is of the greatest impor- them, out counts the Democrats cy to every man you meet, keep Vote for the man who sent this all other laboring men tance that the Democratic nomi- in case of a close election, but the irons hot, do not drag for a telegram to the president of the ics and minute, as evgry vote will be American Truth Society, at New want this prosperity to continue nees for Congress shall be elect- they do so solely on might Demto right. If the they should vote for his re- ed. Fortunately there is little needed. York, accusing him of being pro- danger of defeat of any of the ocrats in the other parts of the election. British and saying he had failed present incumbents of the office State give as crood an account of Without compelling argument. fco obtam corapliance with Ameri. l, The Campbellsville in this State and there will be themselves as will the true blues and casting about for excuses for an independ- none if the Democrats do their of the hills the majority for Wil- the Northern people to continue , . heretofore ; Your m I week in duty. There is no question of son and Marshall will roll up in LUVU..C IWi.UUUW.u, Ww ent paper, came out last would feel deeply mortified favor of Democracy, and from the result in the first, second, to many thousands. of the G. U. if. are waving ine have you or anybody like you bloody shirt and outdoing" formnow until the election will hearti- fourth, sixth, seventh, eighth, vote for me. Since you have acly support the Democratic ticket, and ninth, but the Republicans Every Democrat in Adair coun- er Fire Alarm Foraker at his cess to many disloyal Americans National and Congressional. The are making extravagant claims ty who is interested in a full special stunt. They claim that and I have not, I will ask you to editor came to a wise conclusion in the third and fifth, but with vote being, polled at the Novem- Southern Democrats are in conconvey this message to them." for two reasons. First, because little to back them. Reports ber election has got something to trol of the government from Hughes would not have sent Democratic principles are the from Congressman, R. Y. Thom- - do. Men do riot become inter-- president down and that it is a such a message for his right only safe guard to human liberty. as' district, where the Republi - ested by reading political circu- - shame and a reflection of those hand. He is too anxious for this Second, because Taylor county cans are massing their forces, lars. In order to get some men who fought to maintain the union disloyal vote to utter a word of is about two hundred Democrat- are that the Democrats are fully who have fixed political convic- - that the rebel brigadiers have protest over their detestable conic. alive to the occasion and will re - tions take an interest in an elec- - taken its control from them. duct. turn the popular and useful rep- tion, you mus.t talk to them face They make their appeal directly Senator 0. M. James, in an inMr. Hughes says the Republiresentative to continue his work to face, tell them of the import- to sectional antagonism. It is a Louisville, terview, given out in party of for the people, while in the fifth ance of voting. Men often con- dirtv and disreDtable scheme can partylias been the last Wednesday night, states will be ob-there. seems little prospect that clude that it is not necessary for against which Northern lovers national honor. It that the opposition to President the common good protest with served that he speaks in the past the voters will want to swap them to vote, and accordingly Wilson, east and west, has about Swager Sherley, who has served remain at home on election day. warmth. Among them is Presi- - tense. He certainly cannot speak disappeared. 100 them so faithfully and intelligent- The coming election will be the dent H. A. Garfield, who says it of it in the present when the ly, for such a man as "Major" most, important one for many is mostreprehensible to try to re- - percent candidate is cuddling The five Republican CongressOwens, who has boxed nearly years. A President is to be kindle the old fires of hatred by with the hyphenates and good men of Illinois, who voted for Con-da- y every point of the political com- elected, and every man who such appeals, since the South to- - majority of its members of the President's eight hour a day pass and has never accomplished stands for Woodrow Wilson and is as loyal as any part of the gress including leader Mann votrfd bill, were renominated, their opanything that has redounded to his policies should be at the polls. country to its interest as an 7 sec- - for the McLeomore resolution to ponents making that the issue. his own or his country's credit. The achievments of President tion, and that such effort is de- - surrender Americun rights on the ' Mr. in order to make as- Wilson have made him the great- tested and condemned by all high sea to Germany. is just a month until the Democrats, It Republi-Th- e surance doubly sure must not est living American, 'and he patriots of a reunited country, Hughes is right, if the election. Let it be a month of fail to go to the polls and stamp should be overwhelmingly electwaving of the bloody shirt can party was ever the party of ceasless work for the Democrat- under the rooster, which will in. ed. He wiU need the vote of UVCl AaaAa nf fif tv .veara or more national honor it was in the dim v. ., ic party and there will be no in- sure their votes for the presiKentucky. The State is Dem ago shows how hard up the Re- and distant past. terruption of the patriotic pro- dential electors and make cerocratic, but the stay at home publicans are for arguments and Good Reading. gram mapped out by the greatest tain the election of the present delegation, A. W. Barkley, D. vote might cause him to lose her will be severely rebuked by those of Presidents who has during one A Dr. J. T. Jones will send his book of W. Kincheloe, R. Y. Thomas, thirteen electoral votes. Let the not blinded by partisanship. of the most difficult periods of and Marshall will 90 pieces in Prose and Verse, by mail, Ben Johnson, Swager Sherley, A. campaign Chairman get busy, vote for Wtfson to anyone sending him a Postal Money the country's history steered the B. Rouse, J. C. Cantrill, Harvey show your detestation for the Order for 25 cents to Glensfork, Ky. ship of state with steady hand Helm, and W. J. Fields, whose send men to tne various pre- - miserable attempt to stir up They are on Bale at The News office also. services entitle them to reward. cints, perfect organizations, and .and .courageous heart. Post-offic- Editor. The Greatest Stars on Earth arefn Paramount Picture .A roaders, said: e g . anti-trus- 2 iDMISSIOIST 5C. r eight-hou- Green River Botttom Farm FOR SALE. PAT-TES- PEAFOWLS to-da- - WANTE - with-referen- ce News-Journa- eg can-righ- -.- of I 1 ! Utv-u- u --- THE' 'ADAIR' COUNTY 'NEWS 5; pom AKlH5 Absolutely Pure iadefrom gHK Hon. Charles F. Montgomery, Liber ty, was here Monday. imnnunrnmnnnmnufflBB- Mr. Ralph Hurt is in Indianapolis uuder the treatment of Dr. L. F. Page. Mr Hurt has a throat trouble. G:"R. N. M. Mr. Byron Montgomery spent Sunday with his family at home, the first Urns he had been here for four months Mr. J, A. Whitney, who lives just beyond Coburg, is reported better. Hi has been quite HI for several A full line of Men's Clothing, iruntlis: His many friends will be BKATi ESTATE KWihlDroPfl glad to learn that indications point to Ladies Cloaks and Sweaters, Up-tc- DEATiKRg recovery1 his date line of Shoes a fit for all. Dress Offer the following Propesiy las? Mrs. MaryNoe, mother of Mr. W. Good's for all occasions. Everything who runs the auto line beE. Noe, Sale: NlPVO tween this place and Campbellsville, llVUi has been in a critical condition for the FARM LAND $ past week, at the home of her son, on 140 acres of good lime stone "3ass? Bomar Heights. well watered, good dwelling azsanGr' buildings-opublic road, and lnstgMg; MissNina Rickman, of Hopkins-ville- , neighborhood. Price S4,200.0t cam-h- alf whose visit of several weeks to cash, the balance on easy tssaes-Thi- s Columbia was very much enjoyed, re Cream ofTarUr turned home a few days ago. She was farm lies six miles S. E. aT C5 lumbia, Ky. on her her PHOSPHATE accompanied Woodruffreturn by and sis MO ALUM-- MO Flowers the ter, Mrs. J. TIMBER LANUGlatter's two children. acres timer land (white oafe S2ap-b- er O Mrs. Margaret Bennett, of cut off). Price for timber 2SE Mrs. Margaret Woody, of Louisville, Indictments Returned by the Last land $500. Can sell timber wiSSss Gadberry, was visiting Mr. and a trainedjnurse, arrived last Friday Grand Jury. land if purchaser wants it. Ehs Siafternoon, to be with Mrs. J. Mrs. James Garnett, last week. miles east of Columbia, Ivy. Mrs. Russell is doing nicely, hut Miss Ann Todd, who was quite her husband concluded it best to have Selling liquor, 3 FARM Mr. J. T. Goodman, Roweua, was a trained nurse until a marked im150 acres of lime stone lancL. KnrmPP ..3 sick last week, is able to go Disturbing worship, gm'im'm here recently provement in her condition developed dwelling and outbuildings, welliTas1 Obstructing a public highway, about her room at this writing. ed and very desirable place for aScasE.--Lie- s Mr. M. Cravens spent Saturday and 1 House breaking. . . ..- Dr. B. M. Taylor, who is a promSunday at home. 4 miles N. W. of Columbia.. jE&j-o2 Mr. Eugene Grasham, our inent physician of Greensburg, and Trespass, public'road. Price $4,500. 5 Mrs. Kinnie Murrell was quite sick the State Senator from 'the district Concealed weapons, stock trader, shipped a Mutilating a grave,..- , . . .1 the first of the wee. FARM composed of the counties of Green, 1 car load of stock to Louisville at Firing and discharging a pistol, Mr. W. I. Ingram is in the Cincin- nart and Larue, and Dr. W. B. Helm, Of 100 acres of the best land iaJLaar 1 Reckless weapons, dentist of Greensburg, the nati market this week. county. Good dwelling, Z. goad- a satisfactory price. ' 1 Public common nuisance, and outbuildings," mile frotrr CScnB Mr. W. E Morgan. Amandaville, were in Columbia recently, enroute to W. T. Shearer sold one cow Valley. Price $6,500. Adultry, 3 .... Glenville. Dr. Helm has two sisters was here a few days ago 11 Breach of peace, in delicate health, and Dr. Taylor's and calf to Ed Viers for $65 last FARM: Miss Mae Harvey returned last week mission was to make an examination 1 Attempted arson, . Of 304 acres, 9 miles from ColBaaiEiBa. from a visit to Springfield. Obtaining money by false pretense ... 1 week. of their condition. on Green river, 1 mile from pike :eskf .....4 Mai icious shooting, Miss Opai Garuett was quite sick Mr. Loyd Watson sold one fat under construction. 52 acres sSjsr Malicious' cutting, 2 several days of last week. an&aa&-building- s, 1 cow to Mr. Phelps at Columbia, bottom. Good dwelling, bam Wilfull murder, Attorney Wm. Hobson, Campbells-ville- , 2 good orchards. Fsjeet , ...2 for 4 cents per pound. Escaping jail, was here Thursday. 85,000. 44 Total The Russell Creek Roller Mill TOWN property: Mr. Jo M. Bosenfield spent several Nine room two story dwelling, 3iHi:-days in Crmpbellsville last week. We stated last week that the two that was moved to Columbia is Election Officers ot Adair County, mules lost by Mr. R. F. Rowe, were now ready for services. The lot, situated on one of the bass Mr. John Daily, who lives in Colorastreets in Columbia, neas 1916. went insured. At the time the do, was here on a visit last week. barn and out buildings J& . into the paper that was our informa- public can get service at both very desirable home. A bargsmr.-PricMr. E. B. Williams, Danville, was in tion We learn from Mr. Rowe that places. We are certainly glad. West Columbia W. T. McFarlaud, his mules were not insured. on application. the Hancock notel a day or two ago. Judge; J. H. Goff, Judge; Fred McMary Squires and Ray 115 Acres of good land in a gsaaD Misses Mr. W. R. Lyon, Campbellsville, Lean, Clerk; J. A. Willis; Sheriff. called to see our merchants Thursday. Wilson were visiting in Colum neighborhood, good buildings ok. gfat- oFarm for Sale. East Columbia E L. Moss, Judge; lie road, about 8 miles south of Caftsaa Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cravens spent B. L. Royse, Judge; Henry Ingram, bia last Thursday night, and at- bia. Price $1,600. (Bargain) last week, visiting relatives in Louis- Clerk; CJ C. Pickett, Sheriff. I have a farm containing G5 acres, tended the meeting at the 40 Acres lime stone land, very 3322 ville. Milltown Lewis Compton, Judge; mile from Miami, Ky., on the buildings, desirable place to li?ej. Christian church. Mr. L. B. Uerrington, Richmond, J. H. Caldwell, Judge; J. B. Keltner, road in Adair county. Good ormiles south'of Columbia. Prica S3533J0! made a business trip to Columbia last Clerk; G. B. Cheatham, Sheriff. Mr. John Squires, who deals in House and chard, fine spring, 2 barns, one dwellLot: House w'itb a&c week. Keltner G. T. Kemp, Judge; Manna ing house, which I will sell at a bar- nne cattle, sold a bunch last rooms, good out buildings, goojL-ssiaiMr. W. W. Mitchell, Lebanon, trav- Kemp, Judge; J. W. Vire, Clerk; C gain. Will sell for i cash balance on and other conveniences, justr os& raJ3 week at $45 per head. easy term. eling salesman, was here a few days P. Coomer, Sheriff. town limits. Price 8850. " J. E. Dulworth, since. Gradyville W. S. Baker, Judge; T. Cundiff Bros., who are running v House with 9 rooms just outoHssws Camp Knox, Green Co , Ky. Mr. Geo. McMahan. East Fork, vis- W. Dowell, Judge; Amos Keltner, a well machine, are doing a fine two shops, all buildings good, cozajor--tive- ly ited Dr James Taylor and family the Clerk; Elmer Keene, Sheriff. new. Price 81,900. Elroy Thomas Roach, Judge; Fred I have five pure bred Aberdeen business in Green county. first of the week. Farm: 50 acres on White Oak zzxxZs-1- 5 Simpson, Judge; Finis Strange, Clerk; Angus Bull calves for sale. Will sell Miss Rose Hunn is getting Messrs W. X. Foster and Boyce H. Dallas Firkin, Sheriff. miles N. W. Piumpoint, 02a IsatST b reasonable. R. F. Paull. Skaggs, of the Greensburg bar, were along fine with her school at this timber balance in cultivation, 12St3ss Harmony J. G. Turner, Judge; W. here last Wednesday. in bottom, buildings tolerable fpa3r L Strange, Judge; R Y. Gabbert, place. Some of the pupilb have good 's Duess 3IAKING Over T. E. orchard and spring. Price &m- Mr. Jo N. Couover and wife, Mr. Clerk; James Lewis, Sheriff. Btore. Prices reasonable. been sick and could not attend .40 Acres of land unimproved JiiSQ Mrs. Fred Myers and children left and "' Georgia, Faulkner. Glenville John Antle, Judge; J. W. today for a visit to Monticello. ia. resilience; lying 6i mnes a. n. ot for the last week. A Miller,-Glerk- ; Bob Jones, Judge; A. Price $600 00- Mr. Gate Young, who is connected Price, Sheriff. Valuable JacK for tale. Miss Phelps, of Columbia, was 30 Acres land, good new resideei.iE with the Vital Statistics department, White Oak William N. Holt, Judge; visiting at Mr. A. B. Cox's last good springs, a good well. Price S7K6U-recently spent ten days in Adair Harrison Stanton, Judge; Hiram J. county. miles N. W. of Columbia. A good 7 year old Jack for sale, or week. Conover, Clerk; Albert Bryant, Sherwill trade same. for mulesor cattle. Mr. Boone Walkup, Ed Blair and iff. S800 for house and lot nsartiie $jsi-li- c Mr. Willie Miller, who has Wm. Rigney left Monday morning Little Cake F. W. Miller, Judge; For information, apply at the News square, good garden, geoS xn for Ohio to sojourn for a while in the Charles "Williams, Judge; Mont Har- office. been making his home with Mrs. barn&c. Desirable place and i&wecSfe mon, Clerk; E. G. Hardwick, Sheriff. activities of business Russell CrceK. Jo Turner, left for Indiana last the money asked. Pellyton-- W. n. Sinclair, Judge; W. Messrs. Albia Eubauk and Jo. M. $1,500 for 58 acres of land I.? Jag- - 32" week. left Friday morning for Toledo, J. Tucker, Judge; J. P. Coffey, Clerk; Harris miles S. W. of the town of Cols5ter, Mrs. Creed Hood, who fell and Ohio, where they expect to secure po- Estill Sanders, Sheriff. Messrs. John Will and Ernest near the Glasgow road, new S'lcmar-boRoley S. n. Knifley, Judge: Vitus sitions. Success to them. house, good barn, good watt fns broke one of her arms some time Cundiff were in Campbellsville Clements, Judge; A. C. Wheeler, Clerk; yard 25 acres in meadow, 25. ac?2 tea Mr. E. G Wethhigton came down ago, is able to see to her house last Saturday on business. C. M. Bault, Sheriff." cultivation, ballance in tinibeix Jfc. from Clementsvilie last Thursday and cash the balance on time to snife gecr Cane Valley G. W. Pike, JudgeJ. work. spent the remainder of the week, lookMr. James Harmon sold his chaser G. Sublett, Judge; John Stanberry, ing after his business heie. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cundiff's farm on the Campbellsville pika 7 acres of good Cierk; Leslie Tupman, Sheriff. limestone- InsiS. Mrs. IT. B Ingram and Mrs. C. G. Egypt George D. Bryant, Judge; B twin boys, Ray and Roy, have to Mr. Long, of Cumberland riv- Three room residence, two bam?..&ei'& Jeffries, who visited several weeks in Fancy Prairie, 111., and other places F. Thomas, Judge; Tom Murrell, Clerk; been sick, but are better at this er, for $5,000 dollars. We hate good springs, one well, one of tbsrJsssfe-location-s W. R. Beard, Sheriff. in Gradyville. in that State, returned home last to give up Mr, Harmon and his creek. Price right B. Hurt, Judge; writing.1 South Columbia L week W. H. Eubank, Judge; L. H. Jones, Born to the wife of Owen estimable family and hope he Farm of 121 acres, 5 miles soatfe eff-Mrs. Eates Barger and daughter, Clerk: Evan Akin, Sheriff. 45 acres bottom Columbia. severSeat$e, Washington, who spent Stone, jl boy. Mother and baby won't go out of our neighbor buildings, splendid oachard, gesef al weeks visiting relatives in this Special Offer. doing fine and Mr. Stone is all hood, and we' welcome Mr. All in high state ol nxS& county, left for their home last Long's family and hope he will vation Price $4,000. For ashore time will furnish the smiles. J- - M. Campbell, of Little Rock, daily Evening Post, Louisville, Home To Buy. . Mr. Mr. Creed Hood spent the af- like his new home in our neighwho spent two weeks m Adair, and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War Ark., Abont 10 acres of land neat Colcaa- pleasantly with borhood. meeting his many friends and look- map and the Adair County News, all ternoon very bia to make a home. ing after business, left for his home one year for $3.25. The map itself is John R. Cundiff last Wednesday. Mr. Mont Darnell and sister, 25 or 30 acres of land, cheap IraBaS-"-ing- s, Friday morning. will give five or six hundred c&aU worth 1.50, but by accepting this r Mr. Hood will be 80 years old in Miss Lillie May, and Mr. Gilbert ' Mr. JoPruett, a prominent farmer .. . lars. get it fcr almost nothing. jou March, and Mr. Cundiff will be Smith and sister, Miss Nora, of Merrimac country, Taylor coun-tof the I keep on nands a full stock of 78 the 6th of October. It is very Gadberry, were visiting Misse3 and his wife, passed through here coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Wednesday, en route to visit relatives Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and interesting to hear them talk of Annie, Dora and Georgia Murray in Monroe county, K"3X3 two hearses. Prompt service night or the years that have gone by. last Saturday night, and the J. O. Eussell suddenly became day. Mrs Residence Phone 29, office Mrs. S., E. Squire3 was visit- Misses Murray gave a social in very weak last Tuesday afternoon and phone 98. quite sick. for several hours she was ing relatives at Milltown last honor of their company, and all J. F. Triptett, rallied, however, and was able to 45-- 1 yr Sne had quite an enjoyable time. morning. Columbia, Ky. week. go out for Breakfast next Cash Store -- Tutt Reeai Tin v r POWDER m$ms HeKiSxs! '. .- Albin 'Murray, 4 Personals. .- - - up-to-da- te n well-know- n asai Additional Locals. 1 X I mkb-denc- e it-e- aSjst-squar- e, e Mill-tow- n r 48-2- t. 48-3- Wag-gener- 48-t- f. !.-lumb- 3 x - Awajj-feasa-th- uaSS-watere- Wed-nesda- y. Want of-e- y, COLUMBIA, iiiiiiiiuiaiiuuiiuiiiiiiiinia Q THE Science Phone 13 B ADAIR-COUNTY ': NEWS ..--k- . "" r Bu!ne Pboe IS Quarterly Meetings. Planning DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. , - Columbia, J. B. Stone - Kentucky J. H. Stone TIN WORK. I am prepared too any kind of Tin -- Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c. I 1 make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Fumpsand any other 24. . Monticello, Locketts Novemthing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythin6 in my ber, 25, 26. Mill Springs, Turtle's Chapel, line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. November, 27. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. Jamestown, Jamestown, No- The following are the dates for the Quarterly meetings, Columbia District: Cane Valley, Plumpoint, October, 7, 8. Campbellsville Circuit, Mortons, October 28, 29. Bear Creek, Palestine, November, 4, 5. Peytonsburg, Pleasant Hill, November, 7. Clinton, Land's Chapel, November, 9. Albany, Oak Grove, November, II, 12. West Monticello, Smiths, November 18, 9. Parnell, Mt. Hope, November, Canal. Secretary of State, Lansing, wants the Government to pay Nicaraugua three million dollars in order to button up the rights for a new canal and to establish a new naval base on the Gulf of Fonseca. Njcaraugua came out second best in its contest with canal Panama for the inter-oceaBut some day the second canal will be built, and then Nicaraugua will come into its own. n for Another Birdseye view of our Plant j S. E. Bridgwaters, DENTAL OTBCEJ vember, 29. Russell Springs, Mt. Pleasant. November, 30. Sparksville, Concord, December, 1, Renox, Jones' Chapel, Decem- ing is due to impurities in your system, sluggish liver, clogged intestines Dr. .King's New Life Pills give prompt relief. A mild easy, non-griing bowel movement will tone up your system and help to clear your muddy, pimply complexion. Get a bottle of Dr. King's New Life Pills at Paull Drug Co., 25c. A will make you cheerful dose Adv. at breakfast. p to-da- y to-uig- ht Constipation Dulls Your Brain. That dull, listless, oppressed feel- 'Largest in Dixie." V. . Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Interesting History. Dr. James Triplet tt-4 .DENTIST OVER PAULL DRUG CO. "J Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 20. OFFICE PHON WELL DRILLER ber, 2, 3. Burkesville, Burkesville, December, 3, 4. Bethlehem, Bethlehem, December, 6 Temple Hill, Temple Hill, December, 7. rl Tompkinsville, Summershade, December, 9, 10. Summersville, Hodges' Chapel December 15. Pierce, Pierce, December 16, 17. . I will drill wells in Adair and cember adjoining counties. fore contracting. See me be Greensburg, Greensburg, 17, 18. De- Elkhorn, Hogards, December, 19,', Latest im- proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Give Gradyville, Gradyville, cember, 23, 24. Columbia, 25. De- Columbia, Decem-2- 4, De- Casey Creek, Pine Grove, J. C. YATES L. H. Jones cember, 29. Mannsville, Mannsville, December, 30. 31. Campbellsville Station, December, 31, January 1. The District Stewards meeting will be heldin the Methodist church, in Columbia, November 1, 1916, at 10 a. m. The pastors of the District are requested and expected to atEye Specialist tend the meeting with the DisSpecial attention given Diseases of all trict Stewards and any others who will come for the purpose of Domestic Animals planning for the year's work. Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on S. G. Shelley, P. E. Jamestown road. Phone 114 G. Head-of- f Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist' That All-wint- er Cough. head take a y. Columbia, Ky. N tight chest or At the first sign of sore throat' stuffed-u- p Pine-Tar-Hone- dose of Dr. Bell's Stone 'Q & Stone, Attoney-At-La- w Will 'practice in this and adjoininp counties.' soothing honey The healing pine-tar- , and glycerine quickly relieve the congestion, loosen the phlegm And break up' your cold. Dr. Bell's has all the benefits of the heal ing aroma from a pine forest, it is pleasant to take and antiseptic. The formula on the bottle tells why it relieves colds and coughs. At Paull Adv. Drug Co., 25c. Pine-Tar-Hon- Her Saddest Hour. -- s "A woman's saddest hour," We do know that Mr. McGIone said the amateur poet, "is that paid back the $8,000, evidently in which she finds her first gray having combined thrift with hair." theft. "Not necessarily," his wife reAnd yet, withing an hour afier plied. "It may be the hour in having received a sentence, withLand Owners Attention. which she learns that the man out having seen inside the walls T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do she jilted when she met the fail- of the penitentiary which yawns ure whom she married has become for this, the worst thief in the your Surveying correctly. a millionaire." Life, world the gentleman thief Mr. years He has thirty-thre- e accompanied by a I keep on hands a full stock of McGIone, experience. Charges rea- coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Deputy Sheriff, walks to the ofMetallic Caskets, and (Steel Boxes and fice of the Governor of Kentucky BonabJeJ Phone. 74 or two hearses. Prompt service night or and receives a pardon. ' write Residence Phone 29, office day. He has removed to Missouri, phone 98. T. C. Faulkner, where he is free, while the lowly yr J. F. Triptett, Colombia. Ky. may Columbia, Ky. man who robs the Jamstown, -. Kentucky i Recent events connected with hap to get meat for himself and HENRY W. DEPP, the life of Mr. J. E. McGbne, of his family, lingers behind prison Carter county, Kentucky, and bars. News. DEHSTTISX Missouri, are to say the least Am permanently located in .Co How Catarrh is Contracted. lumbia. Mothers are sometimes so thoughtMr. McGIone was, for some which their time clork of circuit court in less as to neglect the colds inflamation All Classes of Dental work done. Crow children contract. The tle and Inlay work a Specialty. Carter county, and during his of the mucus membranes, at first All Work Guaranteed tenure in office he stole from the acute, becomes chronic and the child Office over G. W. (Lowe's has chronic catarrh, a disease that is State of Kentucky $9,000, which seldom cured and that may prove a Shoe Store he obtained on fraudulent wit- life's burden. Many persons who have this loathsome disease will remember ness claims. having liad frequent colds at the time A little foreMr. McGlone's thievery was it was contracted. thought, a little bottle of Chambernot confined to a single act, but lain's Cough Remedy judiciously used, A Splendid! it was a continued record of crime and all this trouble might have been Clubbing Bargain stealing a few dollars at a time, avoided. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Adv. we Offer until the large sum of $8,000 was he Adair County;News Wise or Otherwise. secured. He was not like a and horse-thiewho is emboldened The Cincinnati to commit a lone offense, but And a short answer turneth with him stealing was studied, away friends. WeeRIy Enquirer continued and inveterate. Salary paid to an infant's Both One Mr. McGIone was not the kind nurse is hush money. Year of a thief, that occupied a lowly Orators who deal largely in for Only place in the world; whose influ- quotations speak volumes. Subscription may be ence counted for little, either new or renewal who will He's a foolish lawyer good or bad. He had had, perWhat the Weekly Enquirer is quote poetry to a jury. haps, the benefit of good surIt Is Issued every Thursday, subscripslow to roundings, and, being elected to Fast friends should be tion price $1.00 per year, and It Is one of speak ill of each other. the 1 day.best homeallmetropolitan weeklie of toa public office, exerted an influIt has the facilities Of the great If a woman's vocabulary is DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlng the ence among many. world's events, and for that reason can glue yon all the leading news. It carries Mr. McGIone did not deny his limited she works overtime. a carries a great omount of valuable farm Prosperity has its thorns, and guilt. Helconf essed it in court. matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous deWe have not read of any ex- - adversity likewise has its roses. partments make It a necessity to every ome. farm or business man. tenuating circumstances in his A good talker is pleased when This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for case. There has certainly been he encounters a good listener. the above combination right now. Call brought to light no new evidence Poverty may pinch an honest or mail orders to The Adair County News, that would have changed the man, but it never lands him in Columbia, Ky. verdict, forihe entered a plea of jail, ss3ZSSg3S3!2-:,2aESHBMguilty. Give some women time and Neither have we read of any- they'll turn into gaudy butter thing in his case that would par- flies, ticularly excite the sympathy xr If you fuss about the weather the pity ot any who we-- e famil- it may be a 'sign that you are iar with it. getting old. E-Toug. f, $1.35 te Jo B. JoNlbLS Surveying The milk of human kindness would be much richer if it wasn't skimmed so often. If religion was good for the complexion men would seldom get their share of beauty. When You Take Cold. With the average man a cold is a serious matter and should nob be trifled with, as some oJ the most dangerous diseases start with a common cola. Take Chamberlain's Cough Eem-ed- y and get rid of your cold as quickly as possible. You are not experimenting when you use this remedy, as it has been in use for many years and has an established reputation. It opium or other narcotics. ObAdv. tainable at Paull Drug Co. con-tains.no ONDERTAKER ramALJinn COLUMBIA, KY. jVXD 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 Special Offer. - 45-- 1 hen-roos- t, For a shore time will furnish the daily Evening Post, Louisville, Home and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War map and the Adair County News, all one year for $3.26. The map itself is worth $1.50, but by acceptinprthis get ifrfcr almost nothing. of-erj- ou THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Fortunes Smiles on Her Not unlike a page from fiction,-tellinhow the beautiful work"I wantio tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- ing girl awoke one morning to ceived from the use of Thedford's writes learn she had inherited a fortune Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. is the story of pretty Edith "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, Williams, of Louisville, Ky. liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, Miss Williams, who is 21 years they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's old, has been in the care of dis ht made them break out, and she has had no tant relatives Since childhood. more trouble. I shall never be without Up until a few months ago these relatives had received regularly each'month from San Francisco BLACk-DraugHa check for $100 for the yountr woman's maintenance. But reW in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- - jg cently the checks ceased coming. Miss Williams, thrown upon her ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar own resources, bravely set to has proved itself a safe, jp ailments, Thedford's Nevwork to earn a livlihood. " gp 01 reliable, gentle and valuable' remedy. ertheless she wondered about 41 If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- the mysterious checks and emDraught It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiv- e ployed an attorney to make an years of splendid success proves its value. Good for investigation. young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. i It was found, that Miss Williams' father, who died more than 18 years ago, left his estate in Sparksville. trust for the girl's benefit and Roy. named his brother trustee. Four Mrs. J. B. Garmon is very Cutting corn and pulling fod- - months ago the brother died. It also was found that Miss Willpoorly at this writing with rheu- der is the order of the day. iams nas inherited a tract of 815 matism. Mrs. Granville Bailey, who has Master Ed Gabbert, son of been sick tor some time, l is no acres in the fertile- - San Joaquin valley, near Stockton, Cal. Mr. and Mrs Mack Gabbert has better at this writing. been very low with fever, but is There has been frost "in this improving at this writing. rook party, Saturday night, were section several times recently. Bess Page and family arrived Mr. Christie Anderson, who is Misses Elsie and Gladys Froedge, at this place, from Texas, a few erecting a new dwelling for Nina Simpson, Cordie Fudge; days ago to make their future George Taylor at this place, was Messrs. Fred and Sam Simpson, J J 5 J j J J J J : Saved Girl's Life Black-Draught," S g Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, .KENTUCKY, Black-Draug- Black-Draug- J J J J J J J J AGENT FOR CHEVROLET? 9 ' L "s 1 i,Jl . " j T MOTOR OARS 6 5 Black-Draug- ht a With Genuine Enthusiasm introduces to your kind consideration the Chevrolet "Baby Grand", a Five Passenger Touring Car. See It andjyou will Want It. Want It and you will Buy It. Write for Cuts and Specificatifns. Write for the Car Itself. We will send it to you for you to see it. J J a $$ Al-Ti- 9 u-- Price $750.00, Factory. Complete with Electric Starter and Electric Lights that Light. called to the bedside of his sick Rich Dillon, Rollin Patton, GarThere was a box supper at daughter. vin Jessee, Bill and Gates Tray-lo- r, n Clavis Fields, Sam Smyth, Antioch school house, where Mr. W. L. Simmons, of Grady- Rosson is teaching. EveryParker Sharp,,. Bob Fudge and The Royal Mail, a Roadster of Wonderful Individuality. Price ville, passed through this, sec body enjoyed themselves. Goebel Reece. $750.00 Factory. Complete Lights and Starter. tion en route for Russell Springs Mr. and Mrs. Alva Harvey, recently. Mis3 Mina Breeding and Les And thelChevrolet "Four Ninety" a Car Built for Your Need3. who have been in Illinois for Mr. Omer Roy, who had the lie Skagg were married Satur A Car that will take the Hills. A Comfort, a Joy, and a Delight. several months, have returned One Reverse. Electric misfortune to get his fingers bad day night at the bride's uncle, An Automobile. Three Speeds Forward, Lights Electric Starter. It Breeds Enthusiasm wherever it is 4othis place. They purchased ly cut, is improving. G. B. Breeding. seen. See It; Buy It. Write for cuts and printed matter. Write W. K. Akin's place, where they Miss Gladim Froedge will leave Mr. W. P. Epperson, who has for the Car Itself. will make their future home. Monday for Glasgow. Will la been at Lexington for several home. Jodie Kailer, of Toria, re lumed from Illinois a few days ago, and was united in marriage to Miss Dee Jessie last Wednes day, and returned to Illinois. We are sorry to give this young couple up. They will be greatly missed. Our wishes are that their married life may consist of nothing but joy and peace and good luck in all their enterprises and they may live a long life to- days, has returned home. Miss Emma Fenston, of Dent, was visiting your scribe recently. Miss Flossie Calhoun, who is teaching school near Milltown, visited her parents last Saturday night. The baptizing at White Oak last Saturday evening was largely attended. Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Reese gether. visited the latters mother last C. C. Rowe, Jr., and C. C. Saturday night. Coomer have been buying hogs B. 0. Hurt and Omry Webb paying 8cts. per pound. visited the State Fair from this J. English was in this com- place. munity last Wednesday looking Miss Helen Sullivan is visiting after hogs, paying the highest her sisters in Louisville at this market price. time. Rev. Pardue has been in a Breeding. few days meeting at Harrods-forwhich greatly edified the church. The school at this place is Rev. 0. B. West, who has progressing nicely. been at Cleveland, Ohio, for Dr. H. B. Simpson anL wife er&l months, got his hand hurt have returned home fromBurkse-villseriously, while working in a machine shop and returned to Miss Nina Simpson, who is his family, a few days ago, near teaching at Burkesville, was at this place. We were glad to see home Saturday night and Sunhim return home. day. Cracksmen chiseled their way Mrs. Fanny Royse is visiting into the safe of a Baltimore jew- her brother, G. B. Breeding, at elry store and obtained $15,000 this place. in precious gems although a It is a girl at Cofer Reece's. watchman visited the store every Those that were present at hour. Misses Lula and Lillie Field's k, ter attend the big show at ling Green. N Bow- A They held a family reunion at Milt Field's last week, when all of their children arrived, Clavis Fields and Mrs. Rollin Cole, of Bowling Green, Mrs. Brant Fudge, of Grider, and Gilliam Fields and wife, of Picnic. The week was "spent with feasting and in happy reminiscence of the old home. Frank Reece and wife were and enthusiasticalvisiting at Lenis Reece's Satur- After long and careful consideration we believe ly, that we have a Car that will please in every essential. The day night. Engieelhas the Power to carry the Car any where. ItVhas the We were elad to see G. E. Price $550.00 complete, Factory. Afojthe3"Four-Ninety- " Roadster $550.00 Factory. Looks, Graceful Streamliness, Comfortable and Easy Riding. Branham's letters from Illinois. We receivedjthe first car load last Saturday, we soldjthemout in three days. We have others. Hope he will come again, and we also wish to see him in Breeding city again, where Jwe can have a great hand shaking. Rich Dillon left Monday for Louisville, where he will enter .school. Mrs. Titus Mercer, of Columbia, was visiting her father last yooDSonsr lewis - e. week. Rollin Fudge, of Cumberland county, came up Sunday, in his of New South Wales is planning new car, and took dinner with system of irrigation so that the soil, which is naturally rich,, can his uncle at this place. be cultivated. There will be an Misses Myrtle Janes, Eisie and immense reservoir with a dam Gladim Froedge were at Lenis 240 feet high, to collect the winReece's Sunday. ter floods of the Murrumbidgee Rowe is recovering river for use in the summer. Miss Virl after a spell of scarlet fever. The reservoir will be one of the largest in the world; It will hold 33, 000,000,000 cubic feet of water a quantity greater than that is very unequal in in Sydney harbor. Some of the The rainfall Australia. Although there are irrigation canals will probably be Frequent and heavy rains on. the at least 1,000 miles long. The eastern higelands, the climate of government is already advertis the plains to the west is exceed- ing for applicants for the land ingly dry, and the government that will become available for Irrigating a Continent. cultivation, and has issued a pamphlet describing the prog-rof the work. The supreme court has held the Tennessee law unconstitu tional. The law was passed to prevent individuals from keeping liquor at Clubs, es ft f. s se ? THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. 'V -- A WEEDING OUT ?& AWevlrad a big rain the first of 6"fr4"6"8"C"9"Q"0"6"Q PROCESS USUAL Oatc friend, T. R. Stults, the jiWj.lBr insurance man of was in our midst a day What Type of Man is 30CJfs1;he first of thejweek. Picked for the la, &$"6e"&$$$$ Usually , Wheat Prices are Very High Moss, one of the jury r&Mosiissioners, spent a day or &&. "Lay Offs?" When business is poor, the market crowded or the season, dull, in no matter what industry, the "weeding out process" is common, and thd - great army of employed never know how soon the "axe" will fall. Have you ever stopped to consider what type of man or woman is first picked for the "lav off." Is ic the strong, robust fellow, with plenty of energy and 'vigor in his make up or inis it the nervous, weak, who considers work drudgdividual, ery and continually complains of feel ing sick and tired. Of course, you will agree that it is the latter class that succumbs to the "weeding out process " The employer realizes that the physically fit man or woman is the most efficient worker. As efficiency is the watchword of modern industry, there is no place in the present day business world for the nervous, rundown man or woman. All depends on the condition of the nervous system as the nerves govern absolutely every process that goes on within our bodies. Nearly all functional weaknesses and disorders can be directly traced to weak nerves and depleted vitality. Every great man of history every successful man of the day is possessed of more than an average amount of energy. Some have been especially endowed with this wonderful quality, as were Lincoln, Napoleon, Morgan, Rockefeller and others; and some developed it as did Gladstone and Rooserun-down 4 Columbia the first of the 5S&S.TJ -- 4fen Rose, who is in ja critical szs&ition in the Nell commun-izfer;?the past week or so. JlSss'Qra Moss is assisting Mrs. E. Nell has been by s bedside of her father, Mr. or 7 SSfeong Hill in the millinery In our city, at this time. Mzs. Hattie Walker, of Paris, "Xexas, who spent several days ?eSlalier relatives here last week, xeraed to Edmonton the ffirst aeSie week. 3zs. C. 0. Moss and son at-- " SeE.Ieci Conference at Franklin JFasS week. 2Sr. G. R. Reed, of Columbia, varas.in-oumidst the first of the busi-.kiss- s, r and likely to continue. Empire and Superior Wheat Drills for Low est Possible Prices. Get in your Pall Repair Orders Now. High Grade Fertilizer at Reasonable Prices. Fence, Field Seeds, Wagons, Buggies and a Full Line of Hardware and Implements. 4 The Jeffries Hardware Store. 4 4"8"S"96"S"&"&8$S"S the taking of Gueudecourt, but plodded over shell holes and across lots looking for its prey like some prehistoric lizard. In course of .time it found a German trench,- - but as it engaged the occupants with its machine gun it ran out of gasoline When the Germans found this strange creature, with its steel hide impenetrable to bullets, stalled, curiosity and a desire for revenge was a fillip to their courage. They went after it with the avidity of prehistoric man stalking a 'wounded mammoth fast in one of the alleys of the cave jdwellers. No such game was ever seen on this western front, marked as it has been by all kinds of bizarre fighting. Hatcher. 4444644$4S4 Readmit rfA 4omes Gilpin and son, some of iS&srksville's best farmers, were xstar midst last Friday, deli-- veries' wheat to our mill men at 4?J25per bushel. 7Iay "Caldwell, - of- - Milltown i 'ssesimunity was receiving cattle SoBsefhe first of the week, at 6 caawi-Glctper pound. Anther Willis and wife visited jselatives in the Keltner community last Saturday night and Sun- s velt " t 12rs. Alma Sexton and chil-ssuf Campbellsville, are visit-Ux- g their mother at this place &is week. Wca. W. L. Grady, who has 'soeea .confined to her bed for with typhoid fever, ms. improving at this time. "tjuitea number of our garden- scsiiave dug their potatoes and scemreglad to say we have a SwKEtiful crop of both kind this s, -- sev-cacsl'we- eks Remember the dedication of 35&e Presbyterian church at 'dEsg&ner 'SCfctaber. Were it possible to chronicle all the failures, not due to lack of brains, but to lack of physical vitality, there would be a list so long as to startle the world. Tanlac, the new reconstructive tonic, stimulates the nerves. It does even more it builds up the tissues, invigorates the system, vitalizes the blood, assimilates, the food, creates appetite, drives away headaches, sleeplessness, nausea, sour stomach, dizziness and indigestion. Tanlac has proven invaluable for ailments that originate from, stcmach, kidney and liver disorders and catarrhal affections of the mucous membranes. Tanlac is being especially introduced in Columbia at the Page & Hamilton drug store, where the Tanlac Man dally 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. T Dinner will be served dent Wilson is elected again Preaching there will be no trouble about sz; .the ground. renaming and evening. raising his boys. "vSev. JoFurkin and son bought lEanny Kemp's- - farm, in the WAR SITUATION CTcd Springs community. Mr. iKsc&p and family will move to Sept., 27, midnight (via Lon&eTone Star State in the yery don, Sept., 28, 5:30 a. m.) In as8r future. the lull which has occurred after n 1R. O. Keltner, wife and daug- the great two days' battle in hter visited relatives in the Kelt-- - which five villages and 5,000 - Tcrarcommunity the first of the prisoners were taken by the Allies, the correspondent of the AsaSlmer Cook, who has been sociated Press has had an opporfor several months, does tunity to glean many stories 3fc4saprove fast. from the participants in the Breeding and struggle. Their stories not only two popular young were of courage and heroism, atpleof the Weed community, but of a humor and paradox pos-- rtaped over to the good old State sible only in such complicated Indiana, last week, and had and remorseless warfare. knot "tied. Their The most wonderful of all the ' t ly friends in this community tales told was perhaps that of aridki;hem a long and prosper- - one of the "tanks," or new arlife. We understand their mored motor qars, which started to objection to them get- - for Berlin on its own account. but for the novel-p3h- e This monstrous land ship, matterthey went over ambling and rumbling along, did & Indiana. not wait on the infantry after af-'zSMfed the second Sunday in your scribe at Rugby, if I will ring off by saying to Presi- . 3Gai-Myrtie Rol-"btXeltn- er, - of SB-conjug- -- -- The recent rains .were badly needed, and the farmers have gone to work with a determination of preparing their ground for grasses and other small grains This has been a very favorable season in many respects. Nearly all of the crops are unusually good, and prosperity is to be found in every home where the proper amount of energy has been displayed. All labor is employed at satisfactory wages, and number of other laborers could find ready employment. Never in the history of our banking institutions have the assets showed so well. The farmers in general are carrying nice deposits, and every one seems happy and prosperous. Here's hoping that the constructive legislation now in force might be continued indefinitely. A serious accident befell Mr. Harry Gwinn Tuesday evening, while in the act of loading logs near Ebenezer church. In turning his wagon his team became entangled, thus throwing the off mule on- - him, resulting in breaking his right leg below the hip. Medical aid was summoned and the fracture placed in the right position, easing him to some extent. He was packed a distant of 8 miles in order to reach home. The canning factory will close its season Tuesday. The output is greater than any yearsince it was organized. Something over 500,000 cans of tomatoes and the rise of 700 barrels of catsup were prepared for market. Every business enterprise of the county has felt the effects of the money distributed, and we confidentlylipredict that the encouragement for next year's run will be still better. Mrs. Sallie Burris (nee Anderson) and her daughter, Mrs. Cora Thornton, and child, Green Valley, Illinois, are visiting relatives in this county, after a stay of a number of years from here. The sorghum crop is larger in quantity than for a number of years, and the quality is exceptionally good. Sorghum, biscuit, butter and sweet milk make a relishable edibles. al, an indeThe pendent weekly, which has been published at Campbellsville for the past seven years, has proclaimed the Democratic' faith: al has always The been fair in all its policies, "and all of the liberty loving people give it the glad hand of welcome to help them in promulgating peace, prosperity and preparedness. Mr. J. A. Sanders, who lives near Liberty Church, had a sale of his farm products Wednesday. Stock, tools and other products sold well, and the bidding was spirited throughout the day. Mr. Charles Russell, who conducts weekly sales of stock for farmers at Campbellsville, reports that he never can supply the demands. It is a great convenience for those who have a surplus to dispose of. Rev. BrM. Shrive, a prominent minister of Atlanta, Ga., will preach to the Bethel congregation the second Sunday in October. He was formerly pastor at this place and a brief notice of his coming will insure him a crowded house. The new Baptist Church at Campbellsville will be dedicated News-JournNews-Journ- Steepen The TZr-RSft jHnBSSI A substantial, handsome Library Table by day And a sanitary. comfortable Bed at night Economizes Space Saves Housework C. IR. Furniture FLEECE and Undertaker Poth Telephones 122 CAMPBELLSVILLE, KT. October the 29th. It is one of the most edifices in Central Kentucky. Mr. J. E. McFarland, Hobson, Ky., was taken suddenly ill this week. He has been engaged in the mercantile business for a number of years, and has accumulated plenty of this world's goods to satisfy any one. He lives by himself, and when found at his home,- - was unconscious. He is on the road to recovery. up-to-da- te - ' Nelice. Public sale of valuable Jack stock. I will sell,' --in Jamestown, the third Monday in October, three good bl&k Jacks, well bred and good breeders, three, four and eight years old. I mean to sell. I have moved from my farm and the highest bidder gets them. 47-4- t. B. D. McFarland, Jamestown, Ky. Batter Wantei. pay 15 cents cash for good, f reah butter. Will also pay. cash for dried fruit. "Will pay 161c for hides. J. P. Hutchison. C I will 47-3-