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Work of Fiscal Court Horace K. Alexander. you meet a gentlepart of Kentucky who is man in this TRAGEDY OCCURRED AT GRADYYILLE. not acquainted with Horace King Alhe Last Wednesday forenoon, between exander. TJutil recent years overwas a this dealer, traveling all the hours of eleven and twelve o'clock, stock section of the State and a portion of Death of an Old Lady. the news spread over Gradyvllle that Wesley Dowel!, soq of Mr. T. B. Dow Tennessee. One of his chief characLast Tuesday afternoon, between 4 ell, Who was about twenty-thre- e years teristics is his Chesterfield manners, a more "graceful" and elegant man is and 5 o'clock, Mrs. Mary 0. Noe, who old, had shot and killed himself at his rarely seen He is a friend to every was the mother of Mr. W. E. "Noe, father's home. The particulars, as we gather them, body and every body is his friend. He who owns the auto line between this was born and reared in Burkesville, place and Campbellsvilie, died at her are about as follows: and from a boy to the present day, he son's residence in this city. The deWesley was sitting iu the family years old last has been a favorite with his home peo ceased was seventy-fou- r room talking to one of his sisters. pie. His lienage is as good as Kentucky May, and had been a member of the Suddenly he got up, handed her his blood makes, yet lie has at all times Church for many years. watch, saying: "Keep this in remem-beranc- e had the utmost respect for those in Methodist The deceased was reared in Green of me." He then walked upthe humble walks of life. His hat is and Hart counties, but before coming stairs to his roora where he had a off to every woman he meets, be she to Columbia she resided at Bradfords- shot gun. Placing the muzzle to his poor or living in affluence. Visit ville, Marion county, where she had right breast, he discharged it, either Burkesville and if he is at home he lived for a long time, and where her with his foot or a stick. He lived will take a delight in making yon ac- husband, who died about one year ago, about twenty jnlnutes. quainted with the entire populace, was buried. Dr. C. M. Russell, Coroner, held an and courteous treatment will make She was a very estimable lady and if inquest and the verdict of the jury you feel at home, the hours will pass had made many friends during her was in accordance with the above. pleasantly while under his care. short stay in this place. We learn that lie was an industrious Wednesday morning the remains For several years he has been on the young man, but for some time lie had road, traveling for the Louisville were conveyed to Bradfordsville been paying his respects to a young Grocery Company and his trade has where they were interred late in the lady and his visits to her were not apincreased from the start. He presents afternoon by the side of her husband. proved by his family, and that he had Mr. W. E. Noe is her only child, but his price list and if you give him an been admonished by his father and order vou will know from Ins manner she leaves a number of step children. step mother to quit keeping her comthat your trade is appreciated. The May God comfort them in this hour pany. ' longer he remains upon the road the of sorrow. The deceased was the only child by erreater volume of business will come Farm for Sale. T. B. DowelFs first wife. his way. The house he represents is one of the best in Louisville, and it I wish to sell my farm, located one Program. made no mistake when it secured the mile from Columbia, on the Russell The Twentieth Century Club meets services of Mr. Alexander. Living Springs road, containing about 90 with Mrs Rettie Butler Tuesday even- comfortable with his wife and two acres Good dwelling and outbuilding at 7:30. The subject of discussion children in his home town, he is happy ings, good water, etc. See - fof "the evening will be James Whit-com- b in his efforts to lighten their burdens, 5Q2C Henry Ingram. Riley and his poems. and on his return trips he is given a Paper on Riley Miss King. happy greeting by his loving companLuther Gideon Sneer Killed. Rhymes-M- iss Triplett. Child ion and devoted offsprings. Song A Life Lesson Mrs. Ray May his last days be the happiest, Last .Saturday night, not far from who has the Adair line, and in Green county, Montgomery. is the wish of the writer Goodbye Jim, Take Keer Yourself known him from boyhood to the pres- close to Miami, Luther Gideon Sneed, a Miss Allene Montgomery. character of Adair coun ent. ty, was shot and killed by two Rogers Musical Reading Miss Katie Mur-rel- l. Good Farm Tor Sale. " boys- - It is reported here that a- crap game was in progress. A tribute to Riley Mrs. P.P. Bush. The farm owned by S. A. Epperson Since writing the above we learn deceased, situated 8 miles south-eas- t Millinery. from a gentleman who heard the shots, of Columbia, on Russell creek, contain-- It is not often J. W..Campbell, who was eighty-si- x years old, a soldier in Capt. Jack Squires' Company in the Mexican war, died atrhisjate home, on Harrodsfork, last Wednesday. He was a highly respected old gentleman, and his funeral was largely attended. Mr. The October term of the Fiscal Court came to a close last Friday afternoon, it being in session four days. Besides transacting the usual rotine of business that confronts the court every October, the Campbellsvilie pike was presented, and after 'the Magistrates viewed the road to the Taylcr county line, they decided that the county was almost compelled to assist in its Improvement and readily appropriated $2,500 00 to come out of the 1917 road fund. This, with the tolls, is believed sufficient to put the road in good condition. The Court also applied for State Aid for 1917 and will expect to receive from three to five thousand dollars, to be used in building new roads. The Judge was authorized to issue County Warrants to secure the money for the Campbellsvilie pike so that the road can be put in condition before the winter sets in. This appropriation, with the toll money on hand, will do considerable work. Dr. HarlanSimpson was elected physician and Janes keeper of the Poor House Dr. S. P. Miller was elected Jail physician Card of Thanks. td Burkesville last Saturday. Mr and Mrs. J. W. Coy visited relatives in Louisville last week. Mr. H. K. Alexander called to see our grocerymen last Thursday. Mr. W. E. McCandless made a Dryness trip to Cincinnati last week. . Mr. Brack Massie-waat the Morrison Well, Taylor county, last week. Mr. L. L. Eubank, who is visiting at Danville, is down with pneumonia. Mr. J. "V. White had a backset last week and was quite sick for several days. ' Mr. J. F Patteson was in Cincin nati last week, purch?sing fall sups Mr. W B Heizer, Gresham, is in a low state of health. Mr. J. D. Irvine, Creelsboro, was here a few days since. Miss Alva Knight, Jamestown, is visiting Mrs J. A Hill. Mr Doc Walker made a flying trip " plies. A. E. Lett, a United States soldier, was here last Thursday, drumming for recruits Mrs. W. M Myers, of Hustonville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. C. Davidson. Mrs A. G. Todd and son, Mr. Young Todd, yisited in Cumberland county We feel that we owe a great debt of gratitude to our friends and neighbors last week. Mr. W A. Coffey was in Creelsboro for their many kindnesses shown us and Jamestown, on professional busduring the sickness of our mother and wish to return our heartfelt thanks to iness, last week. Mr. D.E. Hatcher, Sr., and ,Mr. D. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Noe. all. E Hatcher, Jr., Glasgow, spent SunMr. W. L. Brockman, merchant at day in Columbia. Glenville, met with a stroke of par Miss Mollie Caldwell has been conalysis one day last week. It was slight, fined to her room for several days but lie has beeu growing worse since. with a deep cold. He can walk about his premises, but Mr. James Ilolladay, Jr., left for he talks with difficulty. He is not Cincinnati Monday morning, where he able to be at his store. His many friends would be glad to learn of his has accepted a position. Cecil, the little daughter of Mr. speedy recovery. and Mrs. V. Sullivan, has been quite well-kno- w - The many friends of Miss Xellie Follis will be glad to learn that she has been selected as one of the teach- ers in a large school, Blackwell, Okla. There are about thirty teachers in the school, and two new roomd have just been added to the building. Miss Fol- lis being assigned to one of them. have a beautiful line of Millinery. Every body cordially invited. 50-Mrs. R. W. Hart, Gadberry, Ky. I 2t Later: Sneed not dead, and the residence on said farm, on Satur- recover. One of is eyes was his shot out, slumber; when you steal, steal always The advertisement of Mr. A. S. day, Oct. 28, at 1 o'clock, p. m., to the and he also received another wound from bad associates; when you drink, Chewning appears in this issue and if highest and best bidder on,a credit of drink nothing but cold water; when you interested in good stock you should six months. " Notice, Tax Payers. swear, swear that you wiH try those Delia Epperson, Admr. etc. read it carefully and attend the sale. 50-492t. This is a close out movement as 3Ir. On the following dates and places shoes at Albin Murray's. Mr. Bruce Montgomery, who carried Chewning will direct his energies in my Deputies, jto named below, I or one of daughter, An infant daughter ,of A. O. Haranother line and to reach that as soon his little for treatment,Elizabeth, last will have the Tax Books, for the purreturned mon and wife, two respectable colored as possible offers his stock to the pub- Louisville pose of collecting taxes, Thursday afternoon, leaving Mrs persons, died recently at Purdy, this lic at a price the buyer is willing to Cane Valley, Thursday, Oct. 12th. Montgomery at her daughter's bedcounty. The remains were interred give. This sale comprises more real Absher, Friday, Oct. 13th. side. The child's tonsils were remov delirable animals than any similar at Montpelier. The parents feel Glensfork, Monday, Oct. 16th was grateful to their many friends for asmovement has ever presented to the ed and another slight operation Fairplay, Tuesday, Oct. 17th. comprising performed. There was no operation sistance, duting illness and death. peqple of this section Breeding, Thursday, Oct 19th. for the ear trouble, and the attending horses of the richest breeding and fine Gradyville, Friday, Oct. 20th. conMrs. Ann Paxton died at Gresham individuality. Its your.chance to get specialist spoke Tery encouaging cerning the ultimate recovery of the Eunice, Monday, Oct. 23 rd. last week. She was reared near Cane something good, something extra at Roy, Tuesday, Oct. 24th. Valley, Adair county, and her maiden yourown price Read the ad. and at patient. Mrs. Montgomery will be Pickett, Thursday, Oct. 26th. able to return home with her daughname was Edrington. Mrs. S. W. tend the sale on October 25th. Milltown, Friday, Oct. 27th. ter in a few days. died at the I trust that every Tax Payer will Paxton alsothe same time. same place For Sale. and about 's Diiess making Over T. E. take advantage of this opportunity to store. Prices reasonable. meet and settle same. Columbia ChapterT R. A. M., will An extra good Jersey cow. Georgia Faulkner. S H. Mitchell, S. A. C. meet in regular convocation next FriMiss Bessie Shearer, day night. The High Priest is anxious Columbia, Ky. Rev. W. R. Wagoner, who has been Twelve of the young men of Colum- for a full attendance, as the Mark Logarx and Waits Burress, went to the pastor of the Methodist Church in bia compose a band which was organMarter Mason's degree will be conLebanon last Saturday. The officers this place for the past year, left the ized last' week. The instruments are ferred. suspected that they had gone for li- first of the weefc, accompanied by Mrs. here and in a short time they propose One day last week Jesse Gilbert, a quor, and concluded to watch. Ac- Wagoner, his daughter, Miss Ruba, to make the welkin-rin- g with meloyoung man 21 years old, Jlost his life, cordingly, S. H. Mitchell, Judge G. and son, Russell, for the Morganfield dious musi& Mr. Geo. W. Lowe and T. Herriford and Gordon Montgomery Circuit, where he was assigned for the Mr. Walter Sullivan, two fine musi- near Baketton. He was felling timrepaired to the Cheatham Bridge. coming year by the last Louisville Con- cians, will instruct the band. A good ber for Baker & Morrison, this place, When the hack came up the two men ference. Rev. Wagoner and family band is the life of a town, hence the when a tree fell on him, and he was got off witsh a heavy suit case. They made many friends during their stay boys should be encouraged in their ef- killed instantly, were arres&d and in the- - suit case In Columbia, and the best wishes of fort. .meeting of the The twelve quarts of liquor were found. the community go with them to their The sweetest community in Adair Christian Church will convene at new home. The parties were lodged in jail. county, so far as we have heardr Milltown on Friday nighti before the party or parties entered the Cir is Garlin. Mr. J. C. Blair stated to fifth Sunday in October, continuing A VtMte Jack fcr.&e. cuit Clerk's office at Burkesville-- , the a News man, a few,days ago, that be over Sunday. Program will appear g stole all the was through sorghum for next week. A good 7 year old Jack for sale, or first of this month and by the grand this year .having made aboutfour hunindictments returned will trade same for mules or cattle. foot Blcomfield and Llndsey-Wllso-n Tor information, apply at the News jury at the last term of circuit court. dred gallons forjiimself and neighbors. ball teams will be on the latter's There is some talk of Judge Carter office. Strayed. grounds next Friday afternoon at 3 holding a special term to have them Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Chewning visit- re wr i tten. o'clock. Come, every body. ju'rom my nome near uoiumoia, a ed Mr. and Mrs. J. J. "Craddock in Born, to the wife of Robt. Cooley, week. Upon their The time for playing Bloomfield has black barrow hog, weight about 130 Greea county-las- t September 27, a daughter. return they brought a box of raspber been changed from Saturdayafternoon pounds. No marks. t J. H. Young. ries, rrewn by Mrs. Craddock and the to Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. If at this office. you want to see an exciting contest of O. C. Hamilton has purchased Lucian same was exhibited Lindsey-Wilso- n The berries are the second crop and football be on the Moore's residence, in the Tutt addihill at that hour next Friday. the tfttt was delicious. tion, consideration, $700. Possession given first of the year. Lowe m sold his resMr. Geo. W. Mr. L. Akin, of Sparkesville, has Mr. J. H. Ritcheyr Burkesville, was idence o. Mr. N. T. Mercer. Consid- presented this office with an Irish poLazarus & Co., Bowling Green here Monday. eration private. Possession will be tato, his growing, that weighed one bought 18 mules here last week, payMr. E. W. Reed has not been so wel pound and eleven ounces. ing from $100 to $175 pejr head. fire Thursday. for the past week. 3t to-wi- that six persons were wounded, including 127 acres, on which is a new, oc- building and a large ing one woman, and that the fight curred Sunday morning at 8 o'clock. barn, will be sold at public outcry .at may two-story, Let Your Motto Be, Lie, Drink and Swear. When you lie, Steal, in sweet lie down sick for several days Mr. J. P. Beard carried his son, John, to Louisville last week, to be examined by a specialist. Mrs. Alford Dohoney, of Lebanon, visited the family of Mr A. G. Todd several days of last week. Mr. John Lee Walker, wife and little son, John Ritchey, visited relatives in Burkesville last week. Mr. "V. O. Gilbert, State Superintendent of schools, was at the Hancock Hotel o few days ago. Mrs. A. L. Mell, of Eddyville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sue Grissom, and other relatives in Columbia. Messrs. Clint and Wyatt Smith went to Louisville last Wednesday and mingled with the Ringling aggregation. Miss Susan Miller, who has been vis- t: iting for several weeks in, Louisville, Wag-gener- 48-t- f. 50-2f- c. -- with-makin- Shelbyville and Lebanon, has returned, home. Mr. E. O. Hogan, clerk of the Taylor ciicuit court, Campbellsvilie, spent last Sunday night with Mr. Fred McLean. Mr. N. R. Waggener, of Springfield, Ky., has been here for several days, getting his property repaired in order for a sale. Messrs. Josh, Murphy and Horace Johnston, Jimmy Namon, J. T. Cro-duand Jimmy Borders, of Lebanon, spent last Sunday here Capt. Dan Schorer returned from Louisvile last Wednesday, where he had been to attend the dedication of the Salvation Army's new citadel. Mr. J. T Goodman and-MMarcus Phelps, the former of. Rowena, .the latter, Esto, were here last Tuesday, on their return from, the Louisville Conference. Mr. and Mrs. Froman, of Albany, Oregon, who visited in the county and also in Columbia, will leave for their home the latter part of this "week, stopping afew days in Campbellsvilie. s, r. 'fc '(&-- . " 49-2- Personals. -- Rev. M. M. Murrell and Mrs. Mur-re- ll stopped in Columbia several days while en route to Bardstown, their new home. Sunday night Rev. Murrell preached before a large congregation at the Methodist Church. His discourse was full of truths. Mrs. M. E. Durham, Mr. F. H. TAur9 ham, Rev. O- - P. Bush and Mrs. Bush, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Beard and sen, John, Mrs. John N. Conover, Mrs. Jame Holladay, James Holladay, Jr., and Burton Yates attended the Baptist Association at Palistine, Taylor county, last week. - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Ftfoodro,w-Wilsen- f Statement of the Ownership, Man, Election Officers of Adair 1916. aement, Circulation etc., Re- Louis ) County, 1 t H' ff ! V J f W -- V . ' ' L Gov. Glynn at St. picture as drawn by master ' quired by the Act of August Martin H. Glynn. Ifee man who is President of Of The Adair County JSews publishSSs United States today has ed weekly at Columbia, Ky., for Oct. ousssared up to the best tradi- - l, 1916. op Kentucky, State q f ZsnES-oCounti or Adaie. a great office. . iiEie isas been wise with a wis- - Before me, a Notary Public, in and for the State and county aforesaid, araGtfai&is steeped in the tradi- - personally appeared C S. Harris, who, country, with a wis- - having been duly sworn according to sStE of law, deposes and says that he is the sSurcxt&at has been disciplined by Editor, publisher and business manaf. fes&uing nd broadened by in- - ger of the Adair County News and that the following is, to the best of SjwS-o- i J. T -- 24, 1912. ChSSslias been prudent with the - mSeaice'Cf one who has within SSufiftiands the destiny of a hun-z- s million people. his knowledge and belief, a true statement-of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in tiie above caption, required by the act of August 24, 1912, embodied jn section 443, Postal Laws to wit: Sds has been firm with the firm- - and Regulations, name and address of 1. That the" xess .that .proceeds from deep the publisher, editor, managing edi vsiixic6ionr with the firmness tor, and business manager is: -- &fet is grounded in a duty -- k The children of Tabor, Dunbar and Zion schools enjoyed very much a Rally held on Zion school grounds on the third Friday in September. Each one did well that entered into the contests. The children pleased the older people by giving their W. E. Harris, Columbia, Ky Clerk; Leslie Tupman, Sheriff. 4&e greatest office in the Mrs. C. S. Harris, & Columbia, Ky. Egypt George D. Bryant, Judge; B school yells and songs. 3. That the known bondholders, F. Thomas, Judge; Tom Murrell, Clerk; William Powell and family other been patient with the mortgagees andholding security hold- W. R. Beard, Sheriff. He has spent several days in Campbells-vill1 per cent., or ers, owning or South Columbia L B. Hurt, Judge; gisfcSeace which believes and more of total amount of bonds, mortrecently. W. H. Eubank, Judge; L. H. Jones, s&cssts that truth crushed to earth gages or other securities are: Clerk; Evan Akin, Sheriff. A. A. Hpjladay sold L. B. Ben(If there are none so state.) None. vsfSLrise again, with the patience 4. That the two paragraphs next Special Offer. nett a bunch of hogs at 9 cents. can endure and wait, watch above, giving the names of the ownitsfc H. G. Young For a shoro time will furnish the security holdasdray for a certain vindica-s&3&'- ers, stockholders, and only the list of daily Evening Post, Louisville, Home days in Lebanon,spent several ers, if .any, visiting his not justice, humanity and stockholderscontain security holders as and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War 3 and uncle, Rev. Jesse Murrell, on his they appear upon the books of the map and the Adair County News, all return from the State Fair. Se4ias been patriotic with a company, but also, in cases where the one year for S3.25. The map itself is stockholder or security holder appears The pie supper and entertainsg:fcfotism that has never waver- - upon the books of the company as worth S1.50, but by accepting this r jou get it fcr almost nothing. ment held at Zion last Saturday . 4S&C ajjatriotism that is as pure trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corI keep on nands a full stock of night, drew a large crowd. Each 53alL "strong as the faith that poration for whom such trustee is act- coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep 'sesasred thn fathers when they ing, is given; also that the said two Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and pupil in the play rendered his paragraphs contain statements em- two hearses. Prompt service night or part well, showing they had nsSe our country free. bracing affiant's full knowledge and day. Residence Phone 29, office been skillfully trained by their IsTo President since the Civil belief as to the circumstances and conphone 98. very efficient teacher, JMiss Eva vgSTarJias had as crucial problems ditions under winch stockholders and 1 yr J. F. Triptept, security holders who do not appear upMurrell. During the evening E. J55a solve, and no President has on the books of the company as trusColumbia. Ky". R. Willis played several pieces a grasp more sure, a tees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bona President Wilson will speak in on his phonograph, which was jsfefcesmanship more profound. fide owner; and this affiant has no very much appreciated. The Assailed by the wolves of reason to believe that any other per- Cincinnati October 26th, pies sold well and with the pro he has pulled their claws son, association, or corporation has C. C. Mengel, of Louisville, any interest direct in or indirect in ceeds the teacher and pupils are sn& drawn their teeth. the said stock, bonds, or other securi- was injured in a train wreck papering and painting the school JLs3aulted by partisan envy he ties than as so stated by him. near Cincinnati. house, which adds greatly to its C. S. Harris, Editor and Mgr. 3lss shamed his traducers into Sworn to and subscribed before me Henry Ford was the guest of appearance. Vslfeace-anmade friend and foe this 2nd day of October, 1916. President Wilson at Shadow Miss Amanda Butler, of Mt. tiS&rwaru together in the paths skax: Jo S. Knifley. Lawn last week. Pleasant, spent last Saturday Notary Public Adair County, Ky afi optional progress. My commission expires March 8th., Sunday with Miss iEEe has fired our patriotism 1920. A single Canadian soldier night and Mary Young. o vrnSh a new ardor; he has killed or wounded all but one of Quite a number from here atour ancient traditions a made Democracy proud that he 22 Germans who attacked him. tended the pie supper "at Tabor .raew vigor and a new life. is a Democrat and made Amer& Villa says his fight is on Saturday night. Also Quarterly "Se 'has added strength to icans proud that he is an Amer- and that he has no hostil- meeting on Sunday. Staerlca's .courage and mingled ican ity toward the United States. W. 0. Murrell and H. P. Bar-gwith America's strength. It will be the name of the stuStreet cars in Atlanta stopped sold colts last week at fanHis .has fastened the brakes of dent and the scholar who has 2?isce Pn tne wnee& f power; kept his country true to its faith running Sunday on account of a cy prices. Mrs. Mont Conover has reSe hss lifted- - the mists from the in a time that tried men's souls; strike among the employees. i are he name of the statesman who vgEgle where our liberties Senator James P. Clarke, turned from Louisville. Her -- sw&rined. has championed the cause of President pro tem of the Senate, husband met her in Lebanon. --And when the history of these Miss Mattie Barger spent last American freedom wherever he died suddenly of apoplexy Sun to be written and the found it oppressed; The name of day at his home in Little Rock. Saturday night with Miss Myr43sscomes ;dKfeiren of tomorrow read their the patriot who has implanted tle Willis, near Tabor. Col. Thomas S. Pettif, who JSf6fons story, when time shall his country's flag on the highest singing at Zion, last Sun $ Wcounty in The ail misconception peak to which humanity has yet represented Daviess day conducted by Profs. Cabbell, the Constitutional Convention - ayad the years shall have render- - aspired; the name that carried Darnell and Wolford Bros, was ai.f&eir impartial verdict, one the torch of progress to victory .was married to an "Owensboro largely attended and some fine years will shine in golden splen- - once and will carry it to victory modiste. Col. Pettit is 73 singing done. Messrs. Wolford apon the page that is black- - again; the name of Woodrow old. were accompanied by their with the tale cf Europe's Wilson, President and President Although members of the daughters, who were excellent one name will represent to be. party insist he isa playing singers. American Sietriumph of for time, King Constantine is exSam Walkup, the tombstone "darkness the hosts of Waddy B.' McMakin died at pected to send his declaration to man, was in our community last aarf-xsdeath. Bloomfield last week at an ad- the Allies today that he will en- week, putting, up stones at the UTit name will be the name of vanced age from a stroke of ter war with them against the grave of Mr. J. P. Willis, who great President who has isSfce Central Howers. is buried at Zion. self-forgetting g, -- iff. S. Harris, .JSslias heen courageous with Editor, C. C. S. Harris' Columbia, Ky. Little Cake F. W. Miller, Judge; " " Mgr. Ed., S&s courage that places country Bus. Mgr. C. S. Harris " " Charles Williams, Judge; Mont HarSheriff. 2. aSve.self, with the courage that namesThat the owners ofare: (Give mon, Clerk: E. G. Hardwick, Judge; W. W. H. Sinclair, Pellyton individual and addresses xiuty wherever it may owners, or, if a corporation, give J. Tucker, Judge; J. P. Coffey, Clerk; -- vaSgG-srs VXead. its name and the names and addresses Estill Sanders, Sheriff. holding 1 JSfiiiaas been dignified with the of stockholders owning or amounj; of Roley S. H. Knifley, Judge: Vitus per cent, or more of total Clements, Judge; A. C. Wheeler, Clerk; 72riity that is stock.) 0. M. Bault, Sheriff. .vas&sel-xespectinwith the dig- - The Adair County News Co. Cane Valley G. W. Pike, Judge; J. C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. G. Sublett, Judge; John Stanberry, pnb"hsft conserves the majesty .dlaed. well Pub. The Adair County News Co. NAME OF P. 0. ADDRESS Columbia, Ky. West Columbia W. T. McFarland, Judge; J. H. Goff, Judge; Fred McLean, Clerk; J. A. Willis, Sheriff East Columbia E L. Moss, Judge; 3. L. Rojse, Judge; Henry Ingram, Clerk; C C. Pickett, Sheriff Milltown Lewis Compton, Judge; J. H. Caldwell, Judge; J. B. Keltner, Clerk; G. B. Cheatham, Sheriff. Keltner G. T Kemp, Judge; Manna Kemp, Judge; J. W. Vire, Clerk; C P Coomer, Sheriff. Gradyville W. S. Baker, Judge; T. W. Dowell, Judge; Amos Keltner, Clerk; Elmer Keene, Sheriff. Elroy Thomas Roach, Judge; Fred Simpson, Judge; Finis Strange, Clerk; Dallas Firkin, Sheriff. Harmony J, G. Turner, Judge; W. L Strange, Judge; R. Y. Gabbert, Clerk; James Lewis, Sheriff. Glenville John Antle. Judge: J. W. Jones, Judge; A. A Miller, Clerk; Bob Price, Sheriff. White Oak William N. Holt, Judge; Harrison Stanton Judge; Hiram J. Conover, Clerk; Albert Bryant, Sher- Adair County News that "we compete most successfullyliwM with the offerings of any catalogue house. Indeed in mostijf instances our qualities are far superior and have cost no 1 nrinrp that, flip infprior kind. flnr sr.nrp. is known as the renresentative I We have always demonstrated to the readers of tht I Carpet and Rug House Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spaciousf salesrooms have always expressed themselves most favorably about our stocks and prices. The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of Good Linoleum with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, 522 &524W. Market incorporated. St., Louisville, Ky. Joppa. Catarrh Mean? 'itmftw ' inonfie T1 What Does membrane mucous ' where in the head, throat, bronchial tubes, stomach, bil-iary ducts or bowels. It always means stagnant blood the ities. until it is followed by indigestion, colds, congestion or fever, ft weakens the system generally and spreads its operations until systemic catarrh or an acute illness is the result. rf n some-- I Left alone, it extends e, 0f Is the nation's reliable remedy for this condition. It restores appetite, aids digestion, checks and removes inflammation, and thus enables the membranes, through which we breathe and through which our food is absorbed, to do their work properly. Forty-fou- r years of success, with thousands of testimonials, have established it as the home remedy e. Peruna of-e- Its record of success holds a promise for you. THE PERUNA COMPANY COLUMBUS. OHIO You can obtain Peruna in tablet form for convenience. 45-- A Funny Addition Sum. .ilayed How many 'apples did Adam priv-iifes- e, d breath-c&Sazft- Gar-ran- sa er -- -- Mree-dispelIe- d and Eve eat? Some say Eve 8 and Adam 2 total of 10. Now we figure the thing out far differently: Eve 8 and Adam 8 also total 16. We think the above figures are entirely wrong. If Eve 8 and Adam 82, certainly the total will be 90. Scientific men, however, on the strength of the theory that were a race of giants, reason something7 like this: Eve 81, and Adam 82 total 163. Wrong again. What could be clearer than if Eve 81 and Adam 812 the total was 893? I believe the following to be the true solution: Eve and Adam 8124 Eve 8938. StiU another calculation is as follows: If 814, Adam, Adam 81242 oblige Eve total 82,056. Big crowds greeted the Democratic speakings at Lebanon and New Castle. The buildings would not hold the people and the speaking had to be out doors. The Woman's Hughes Alliance special train lias started from New York with a number of rich women who will speak for Hughes, Ven-izel- os -- princi-sgifeiv- er f -- &c J,, J- - -- 5. f. THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS Hnuftb-.JHom- e J Cumb. ATain 9 141 City 2291 - Rates 50-75-1.- 00 The Lewis Machine' Gun. New Pension- - Legis --4 "SAFETY FIRST" Hotel Watkins "In the Heart of Loubville" TELEPHONES IN ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODERN CONVENIENCES EUROPEAN PLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th EVERYTHING IN Louisville, Ky. The deadly machine gun being used by the Allies is an American invention. It came from the brain of an American army offcer, Colonel Isaac Newton Lewis. It was rejected in this country, after a test which was pronounced "unsatisfactory," and adopted in Europe after demonstrating At the last session? -- rfgfTii gress legislation of greet; an its efficiency. ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and (American Fence... --St- I Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO. Incorporated - 116 Eaat Matkei Street? Between First and Brock Louisville, Ky. WILLARD HOTEL Ccnten & Jefferson Streets Louisville, Bates.$2.00 and $2.50 with hot and cold vater, Privl- logo of Bath. - Kentucky. AMERICAN PLAN m $3.00 and$3.50 per day with Private Bath, European Plan $1.00 and Up JkXjTLi JMTTOATR. GOC Local and Long Distance Telephones in all R,ooms. A B!oekand a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money LOUISVILLE Main Street Beetween HOTEL 6 & 7th. Louisville, Kentucky. 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. 82 00 per day; 2 people, ?2 OOeach 75 Rooms (WithMeals) " " 50 2 50 " " Speople. 2 25 " Single 3 00 " " 2peopIe. 2 50 " 50Front Rooms Rooms With Private Bath: Single 3 00 per day; 2 people. 2 75 " 50Rooma -. Single 3 50 per day; 2 people, 3 00 " 50 Rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Batw but with not and Cold Running Water, Single, SI 00 per day; 2 people SO 75 each 75 Rooms (Without Meals) Single, 1 25 per day; 2 people 1 OOeach 50 Rooms Single, 1 50 per day; 2 people 1 25 each 50FrontRnoms Rooms witTtejjjyate Rath: Single, 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each 50 Rooms... .T?f Single, 2 00 per day; 2 people 150 each 50 Rooms .- rapid firing machine gun weighing about twenty-si- x pounds, and now known as the Lewis gun. He offered it to the United States government free of charge, but M I can eat 'em all they k it was rejected after several tests m won't hurt mel That's be- - M r, had been made. Be it said, cause they're made with Calu- and that's why they're met to their credit, a number of pure, tempting, tasty, whole- - m M some that's why they won't m our army officers notably Generm hurt any kid." M als Wood, Funston and Pershing, Received Highest Awards have all along contended that Kilo Cnk Bui Fret Su Sll in Pound Can. v g the Lewis gun is superior to that which Brigadier General Crozier adopted for our army. General Crozier preferred the Mercier or Hotchkiss gun, the invention of . a Frenchman, but which the French did not adopt. We also have in the United States army a few Vickers, an English invention which the English army does not favor. After its rejection by the United States army, Colonel Lewis had his gun patented, and is now receiving a royalty upon every one used by the Allies. The United States army will also use the Lewis gun in the future, paying its inventor the royalty which he now demands a and big canBakingPowders do not Cheap the folly of our army ofsave you money. Calnmetdoes it'sPure and far superior to sour milk and soda. ficers in not having recognized the merit of the Lewis gun when it was tendered to taem for nothSaved by a Dream. ing. The Allies are using thouguns. Indeed, it A farmer living at Lapford, sands of these million England, dreamed thrice in suc- is estimated that fifteen are fired cession that he saw a pit dug in rounds of ammunition every day in the batone of his fields and some of his from them property cast into it. At the tles now being waged. They are easily portable, and third time of dreaming he got liffht and up, dressed atnd went out. He can be operated by one man, and guns which heard the thud of a spade and do not jam as did the attempted' caught sight of a man digging by the American soldiers light. The digger fled to use at the time of Villa's raid K . Jfl Colonel Lewis, now retired, was in the United States army for thirty years. He devised a OhLooklV how-eve- jPf ?7tri5Lfl portance to widows- - of TSimiii of the Civil War was osssss&mL-Uundthe provision of? a 2iewr-ac- t all widows of TTn' 335hbs-whhave reac..-'- : - a& c&? SB years, or who were marrfesi 3cr soldiers prior to their dischxrxe from the service, are entitSssio-increa- se of pension to $2Dj &&' month to date from the-- passagEa-oIhe act. Sept. 8, 19161 By another provision o he. same act the benefit of the-- ssa sion law is extended to-- all ssXP ows who were married' tov GiroS s War soldiers prior to June Under the law as it earo ed previously, widows whO'Ssrer married subsequent to- June- - 25j. 1890, were excluded. PenszxaBS-unde- r these provisions from date of filing of apsSca tion in the pension offiicei Another provision of the- Jaw?" gives widows of Civil war se3 diers who have been dzcssQl from the rolls by reason? aT srz marriage, the right to be restored to the rolls after Q&BarBB-froor death of, the seesPoSiL husband. er o , f aSjT-190- 5. -- - bE - m, FglEND.AREYOIDr v DISCOURAGEdg ' Does everything look sort of"t5k.aia3' gloomy to you? Do you have tlKEaGS?'" Does it take supreme effort for im 22233 about your daily work and keep socnacE." y u cheerful? This feeling of discouragernentvoEesputs dency and gloom is the result oi a. stag gish Liver. Just plain Liver-- xrnaiife-makea big pile of unhappinesa 33sE2. life look hardly worth living--, sckb&Szees. Get your Liver in perfect workiiEjxiE&ss,. half-wa- t s t trib-ute- to People you meet will seem more az?xaalc You'll get keen ENJOYMENT caXaSSfe. You'll tackle your work and ymtr fstaES with relish. You'll feel yourself possessed of the courage of youth. by taking Dr. Thacher's Liver ca5a2i Syrup, and you'll soon feel like a3iam- person. Ine sun will shine angler.. . YEARS YOUNGER. TWEIS3S' Ygk5Ex&tb: amUiop--fulness DR. THACHERT& Liver and Blood Syrap d . acts as a tonic and encouragesand nelpatScdsSm It portant organ to do its work, eassj ircS more successfully. THEN the s&mrarfc-'anbowels, and every organ of fcSa Jbnijp' is also able to do its work righttfbr"g: Liver rules them all" and when jcerfunresr is right YOU are WELL. strengthencc-'S&trSEr-Liver- lantern at his approach. It was a grave upon uoiumDus, JNew iviexico. upon which he had been at work. The truth is that if the American THE OLD INN, Louisville, Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 and up. Ky., Cor. 6tli 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. By it's brink lay a huge knife. soldiers at Columbu3 had been inOn his way back the farmer met equipped with the Lewis gyn one of his maidservants. She stead of the Hotchkiss pattern, a had had a quarrel with the man different story would have been Hope, happiness, courage,, assess these are yours when your iiviicjB seeker and strong. If you haven't gorr ac a?rfter of Dr. Thacb.er s Liver & Blood Stemp it hand now, go or send for it AT CSSflES-aogive your Liver the help it is refirhg; soaS: for. THEN you'll, see the su through the clouds and you'll. be hggf?rt?T. happy, WELL. All dealers Sl.OO-bottle- d THACHER MEDICINE 1 e Chattanooga, Tennessee & COftlRSSig . Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. - Virginia Dare. The first English child born in America was delivered by the stork to William and Eleanor Dare, Aug. 18, 1587. The Dares had reached Roanoke jess than a month previously with the party of settlers commanded by John White, the father of Eleanor Dare. The infant, a girl, was christened Virginia. The proud grandfather soon found it necessary to return to England for supplies, leaving behind eighty-nin- e men, seventeen women and two children, among them being and the daughter, On his way baby Virginia. home White touched at Ireland and left some potatoes which h son-in-la- w took from Virginia these being the first of that kind ever seen in Ireland. His return was considerably delayed, and- - it was not till 1590, three years after his leaving, that White saw Roanoke. He found the settlement Rheumatism Follows 'Exposure. desolation, and no trace o f th In the rain all day is generally folrheuma-tlsnc- i colony was ever found. The lowed by painful twinges of or neuralgia. Sloan's Liniment fate of Virginia Dare is conject-tur- will give you quick relief and prevent but- it is not improbable the twinges from becoming torture. penetrates without rubthat she was adodpted by the It quickly and soothes the sore and aching bing Indians. It is believed that joints. JFor sore, stiff, exhausted many of the colonists mingled muscles that ache and throb from ovwith the natives, and for a long erwork, Sloan's Liniment affords quick relief. Bruises, sprains, strains and time thereafter familief of the other minor injurieB to children are Hatteras tribe exhibited uhnnV quickly soothed by soothed by Sloan's takable indications of a admix- Liniment. Get a bottle today at Adv. Paull Drug Co., 25c. ture of European blood. e, - to whom she had been engaged, she said, but he had prevailed upon her to meet him for the last time at 2 o'clock that morning, when he had something to show her. "This is what he had to show you," said the farmer, leading her to the grave. London Tatler. -- sent over the wires the morning after the raid. .. For Sale By Page Eazaa&- m- Layman Lucas, of Chrfesn-county- , shot and kilTec? 2snz Despondency Caldwell whom he found ssS&i vhen you feel discouraged and de- his wife. spondent do not give up but take a Tablets and you The wife of are almost certain to feel all right Marshal is quite seriously ilfiJEaiS within a day or two. Despondency is very of teu due to indigestion and bil- has been put under the cas&ojs?.. iousness, for which these tablets are trained nurse. dose of Chamberlain's Vice-presisaTi valuable. Drug Co. Paull esDeciallv Obtainable at Adv. Dean Craik, of Louisville. Shea fully regained corisciousnasssia . will likely recover from his aDr-mobi- le accidents & nMyitur OF BOURBON POULTRY AFEW GURE In the drfniJnff water Makes Her.s lay Aias&rft Unprecedented prosperity 3isr ' the coming year is predictszJiiy the Chairman of the Fedbam&. Reserve Bank in Chicago. In China $60,000,(XXLis. fcfc Cures Roup, Colds. Choi zr.. Lisbcrneck Trcvents ness. One 50c bottle makes K gallons ot medicine. At able poultry boot Y&la fn-- c Sif usea tne constructionin jbc sk d railroads. The money ki&. IbMb borrowed in the United State. , f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS a BIG AUCTION SALE Tanlac, The GreatfNcw Medicine, OF PERSONAL PROPERTY ON Tuesday, October 17, 1916. On account of other business calling for my attention, I will offer, my farm for sale on the above date. Sale to take place on the round, one mile south-eaof Campbellsville, Ky.f beginning promptly at 10 a. m." acres, more or less,' with an This farm consists of 106 41-1dwelling house with all necessary outbuildings, and well at door; good feed barn towitjuiever failing well in barn lot. Also one good tenant house and bacco barn in good repair. The farm is well fenced with woven wire, has good .orchard, stock water in each field, aft in grass except about 25 acres in cultivation 1 5 acres in woodland, with plentyof timber and wood to supply the placed This farm will be sold in two tracts, then as a whole, and the sale to go theVay it brings the most money. Any one interested and desiring to see this place will be shown over it any time between now and date of sale. I will also coffer the following personal property at the same place and date: mare mules, 1 family mare, 1 milch 1 pair work mules, 1 pair coming cow, 1 steer. 2 calves, a bunch of shoats, 1 wagon, 1 buggy, farming tools, a lot hay and com, and other things too numerous to name. If you are thinking of buying a farm, don't fail to attend this sale, and avail st 00 m re Sweeps Over Nation: Merit Wins And Multitudes '-- Givs It Praise " ft or and-abo- ut "Made Me Younger"" Put Me Back on The Payroll" "Gave Me New Life"In The Thousands of Endorsements Given Master Medicine j "- yourself of the opportunity of owning a nice country home, close enough to enjoy the conveniences of town life also. cash; balance, one, two and three years from TERMS One-hal- f January 1, 1 Farm of 175 acres, located 6 miles from Lebanon and Springfield, Ky., True Worth Explains Success. . near Simms, on good road. Farm has on it a two story brick dwelling, 7 rooms, 2 porches, cistern at door, tenant house and all necessary outbuildings, good orTanlac's success is easily explained true worth. The tens of thousands of' men and women stock 7acre tobacco barn, chard, 1 cultivated pecan and 3 chestnut trees, who have endorsed it praise it because they are grateful for the relief Tanlac has given them. bam, 2 never failing springs, 2 wells with never failing water, 2 ponds, 60 acres in To suffer from sleeplessness, indigestion, nervousness, rheumatism, belching and bloating from cultivation, remainder in timothy, meadow and blue grass, about 6 acres in locust gas; dizziness and biliousness; kidney and liver troubles, pains in the stomach, the back and the 30 acres for wheat. , grove, with lots of posts. get relief through a is pleasant years, 1 1 ' This is Tanlac Week. More than seven Million five hundred thousand bottles of Tanlae have been sold in the United Campbellsville, Ky. J. H. PICKETT, States in the two years since the first bottle was sold. C. B. THOMPSON, Auctioneer. That fact alone is sufficient explanation why Tanlac Week should now be celebrated in cities throughout the United States. The tremendous and unprecedented success of Tanlac could not have been achieved without true merit. The 8,000 druggists who are giving Tanlac their renewed endorsements by special displays this week know that they have behind them the unqualified endorsement of Tanlac by millions of satisfied customers. if not sold privately before October 25, Of a fine Blue Grass Farm, , No other medicine has ever had the same success that Tanlac has won as a tonic, appetizer, 1916, will on that date sell to the highest bidder, beginning at ten o'clock, my and revitalizer. Its fame was instantaneous andjifc spread through the country until today farm, stock and crop. it is known everywhere as the Master Medicine. For further particulars, call on or address 9 1 7. - PUBLIC SALE ant This farm is close to school, church, store, telephone and rural route. A few years ago while drilling for water a strong vein of gas was struck n yard. This farm will be. sold in two tracts, then as a whole. For particulars apply to. tonic that to take, gentle and gradual in and then to head for renewing the appetite, aiding assimilation, and restoring health, vigor, ambition and its results, strength, is enough to make people grateful. Tens df thousands of people have said that Tanlac is The Master Medicine. Tanlac Week therefore means something to them. They show that taking Tanlac was a pron men and women profitable in more than one fitable .investment for sick, weak, nervous, praise of Tanlac is in phrases that are written over and over. way. Some of the Sparkesville. "I feel like a new man" "Tanlac has put me back on the payroll" "I never lay off from my TH-E- ADAIR COUNTY HEWS Most of our larmers are busy har- work since I took Tanlac" "I do twice as much work as I used to" "Tanlac has made me feel vesting their corn and preparing for twenty years younger" "I wake up in the morning feeling fine now". Published Every Wednesday wheat sowing. Many women have written, "I have my natural color back since I took Tanlac" "I feel like a BY THE Mr. William Brumet and son, Bolin, girl again" "My neighbors ask me what I have done to look so young and my answer is Tanlac' ' Adair County Hews Company were in Columbia last Thursday. "I feel like a different woman; my housework is a pleasure since I took Tanlac". W. K. AiKin, our Mr. ( incorporated.) Those are some of the expressions which tens of thousands of men and women have used, in blacksmith, is having a nice trade. statements praising Tanlac. CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. Mr. Willie Flatt is making sorghum Proctor Knott Ave. T. E. BROWN, Lebanon, Ky. ' Endorsements are Remarkable Some of the endorsements of, Tanlac are remarkable. run-dow- up-to-da- te this week. Tanlac Meets a Need DemocraUc newspaper devoted to the Interest people of Adair Df the City of Columbia and the counties. and adjoining Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offic- e as second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. OCT- - 11, 1916 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President. TVOODEOW WILSON, of New Jersey. For Vice President. THOMAS B. MAKSBALL, of Indiana. For Congress. HABVEY HELM, of Lincoln County. ANNOUNCEMENT. Several from this section attended Prepared from a secret formula, purely vegetable and absolutely free from mineral taint, Tancourt at Columbi Monday. lac has met the need of a great reconstructive tonic to feed while it heals sick, sore stomachs; to Will Turk, who got one of his legs healthy and normal function of the digestive apparatus, broken recently, is getting along nicely" promote digestion, aid assimilation, induce build up health and strength in a natural way. The candy breaking at Dallas Fir- and to Throughout the vast world Nature has placed remedies for the healing of the nations. In kin's, last Saturday night was largely attended. Tanlac the best of them are merged for a sensible, reliable remedy. In Tanlac nature offers the Mr. J. B. Gannon is having some greatlnatural remedy for the everyday ills from which millions of men and women suffer. The ingredients or medicinal elements which make Tanlac come from far separated sections of work done on his house which greatly appearance of the place. the globe. It is as though Nature, planting her gardens in every zone of the vast world, permitted improves the Vanzant's Overland Show was large- man to select the best for compounding into a great remedy. Man has spared no expense or labor ly attended at Antioch school house to get these best ingredients. last Thursday night. Mr. Frank Wilson, of this place, Now a Household Remedy bought one milch cow from Curt of Cane Valley, for 840. They Roots, herbs and barks best suited to a great tonic are used in the making of Tanlac. scientifically and blended with care. In order to insure a supply of' them for Tanlac, Mr. Elroy Eoe is having some paint- are selected ing done which is greatly improving ThelCooper Medicine Company bought large amounts of certain ingredients. Ten tons of one inthe looks of his place yery much. bought on one order. gredient were Mr. Even Thurman was delivering Tanlac's success, starting so quickly, is lasting. It has become a household remedy and is in scissor and soap in this place last week two million homes because it is the great medicine which Nature offers from her best products. that he had sold several weeks ago. Millions of people know this and Tanlac therefore is praised everywhere as The National Tonic For Sale. the upbuilder of health and strength through the stomach, blood ajid nerves. Yar-berry, i My farm of 200 acres, east of Columbia and x 49-4- miles northmile from Campbellsville pike. Call on t W. R. Williams. 3 one-ha- lf For Sheriff. -PAT-5TESO- Notice. YOU three, four and eight years old. I mean to sell. I have moved from my . L. G. Wilcox. Olga, Ky., farm and the highest bidder gets Crocus, Ky., J. P. Miller & Sons.tExie, Ky., bred I have five pure sale. Aberdeen them. Greshkm, Ky., T. C. Moore &o. FWaterviewKy., Thos. M. Allen. Will sell B. D. McFarland, Angus Bull calves for Coffey Bros, (faoburg, Ky., C. H. Jarvis, Cooper, Ky., R. F. Paull. 48-jeisonable. Jameetown, Ky. Of 1917. 3t 7-- 4r N will sell, in Jamestown, the third We are authorized to announce W. B. a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, Monday in October, three good black subject to the action of the IRupublican primary Jacks, well bred and good breeders, Public sale of valuable Jack stock. I CAN BUY TANLAC AT EXCLUSIVE AGENCIES - THESE ' ( PAGE & HAMILTON - -- Columbia, Ky. .t H; E. Loy? i f '" -- 4is.-. : THB ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Selling Automobiles A MARVELLOUS BUSINESS There is a Real Difference Cream of tartar, derived f"om grapes, is used in Royal Baking Powder because it is the best and most healthful ingredient known for the purpose. RsprisentThe Largest Eastern Manufacturer Making Fully Equipped, Low Priced, Economical Cars, Not Ciaiked.But Proven Merit. Live, Agents Wanted. Write P.O BcZ448. Boston.Hass. (BT fc $$$$$$$$ $x$ Up-tc-date Cash Store A full line of Men's Cloihir.- -. Ladies Cloaks and Sweaters, line of Shoes a fit for all. Dress Goods for all - occasions. Everything. Phosphate and alum, which are de- rived from mineral sources, are used in some baking powders, instead of cream of tartar, because they are cheaper. If you have been induced to use baking powders made from alum or phosphate use Royal Baking Powder instead. You will be pleased with the results and the difference in the quality of the food. - ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York and Sun 'ay School every Sunday and sometimes morning and afternoon. Homer Ballinger is still in Illinois!- He save he likes fine and does aim to go to Glens fork in about one year from now, and he said he would show Bob Taylor how to smoke cigars. Well, Henry Hudson lives in about 2 miles of .me. He and his wife and son and Miss Cora Kelsay were to visit us Sunday October 1. Charley Kelsey lives close by. I see him often. Will close by saying I would like to see one letter in The News from Glensfork, Ky. I enjoy seeing letters from different parts of Adair county and from other M. E. Blair. States. - Albin Murray. $$$e . &- - ST rriVTYltfYIITl'f" A dl dlllvvlllL Show Place of Columbia,., Famous Paramount Program- - rsgT rS From Illinois. Jacksonville, Oct. 1, 1916. Editor News: If you will allow me a little space in your paper, I will try and tell my f rieuds in Kentucky some of the things that are done in Morgan Co., III. .The oat crop was very good. Made from The 40 to 75 bushels per acre. hay crop was fine here. Hay is very cheap here, worth $8 a ton. Oats 35 cents per bushel. Wheat $1.50 per bushel. Old corn 8o cents, new corn 50 cents, hogs 9 cents per pound, cattle 8 to 11 cents. One of my neighbor, James Hemhrough, sold 01 head of steers at 10 cents per pound, and they averaged 1,310 pounds each. There are lots of cattle and hcgs fed in this State. The far-- u mers go to Chicago and St. Louis, Mo., and buy stock hogs and cattle that are shipped in from the West. I went to the State Fair at Springfield, 111., and I saw some very fine cattle, sheep and hogs and fowls of all kinds. Some very good horses, but I think Kentucky can beat Illinois for show horses. I saw some hogs that weighed 1,200 pounds. The largest hogs I ever saw. Well, I saw two airships. Saw one go up. This would have been a great sight to James Jones, of Glensfork, for I know of him going to Burkesville once to see one, when Crocus creek was very high and dangerous, and when he got there the airship did not come. Think he went 1 Several from this section tended county eourt last Monday. Died, on the 29th of September, Jesse Absher. The inter ment was at the Absher graveyard. The pie supper at this place last Saturday night was largely attended and all reported a nice time. Eld. Lloyd, of Russell county, J. P. Kelsey, wife and daughter delivered an interesting sermon Monday night. left here for Kentucky in August at this place last School is progressing nicely at on the account of his health. place under the manageThe Doctor here said the climate this and water did not suit him. We ment of Miss Stella Garnett. regretted to give them up as we Mrs. D. J. sBowen, who has visiting relatives in Louishad all lived together ever since been ville for the past two weeks, rethey married. Joe Willis came Monday. here last March, but soon got turned home last Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wheeler home sick and came home. He in Taylor counis back here now and says he visited relatives ty, a few days of last week. will stay till corn is picked if it Mrs. Fannie Tucker visited does not get too cold here My her father, Mr. John Arnold, friend, Odis Lewis, was in to one day last week. I had see in the summer. Miss Lillie Wheeler spent last a letter from my old friend, Saturday night with Misses HaM. P. Dudley, Bartlettsville, zel and Edith Chelf. Okla., a few days ago. A man John Jones, 'of Spurlington, with a family can get anywhere Taylor county, visited his sister, from $30 to $35 a month. A Mrs. C. M Corbin, from last single man $26 to $30 a month. Saturday till Monday. One of tie world's greatest cirA. Hovious, one of our merchants at this place, has rebuilt cus' shows was here in August. which adds We attended the great Chautau his store house, greatly to its appearance. qua "which went on for ten days. family visDr. J. C. Gose They claim to have the best ited relatives in and Pulasni county Chautauqua in the United States. ' a few days of last week. I heard some lecturers that cost Charles Walling and family, of $200 for one hour and thiriy Lexington, visited relatives at minutes talk. I go to church Absher a few days of last week. atson-in-law, ! to Indianapolis, Ind., to see one. Well, it is a great show to see the farming implements in the state of Illinois, I left Glens-fork- , Ky., in September. 1915 I like here fine. Don't know when I will be in Kentucky, but hope to be some time. I Jove the people in Kentucky, it i3 my old home, but I like the people here. They are just as good to me and my two little girls as I could ask anybody to be, and I appreciate it very much. My Knifiev. The Greatest Stars on Earth are in: Paramount Picture TUESDAY NiGHT. Pathe's Greatest Serial, "THE IRON CLAW'With Pearl White. ' "E xtra, Goldberg Cartoons- , - " NIGHT "THE MARRIAGE OF KITTY", with Fannie WardX the Famous Comedienne. , THURSDAY SATURDAY NIGHT. "HELENE OF THE NORTH" with Lovable Utile Marguerite Clark. ADMISSION 5C. ftuuuuuttuuuuuu: PARAMOUNT Jiiiiuiiiiuiiitiiimit Green River Botttom Fan ITOR The McDowell Fogle Farm on Green River, five miles north oi liberty, on the Middleburg and Liberty Turnpike, will be offered :a Public Sale, on Tuesday, October 17, to the Highest and BestSJft-d- er. This farm consists of about 325 acres, about 30 of wbidknsv first bottom. There is on it an excellent eight room farm iiotsa with barn and out houses. This is one of the Best Farms in the Green River Valley SiLE. It will be offered in parcels and as a whole, and the best bid or accepted. The sale will be held on the premises at 1 o'clock t TERMS: Incfe: an. One third Cash and balance in one and two yeass Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer The Greensburg Loose Warehouse Company ABOUT I 3 W WILL OPEN TO RECEIVE TOBACCO - ' Wheat Prices are Very rlitih and likely to continue. Empire and Superior Wheat Drills for Low est Possible Prices. Get in your Fall Repair Orders Now. High Grade Fertilizer at Reasonable Prices. ' Fence, Field Seeds, Wagons, Buggies and a Full Line of Hardware and Implements. 8 larger scale than mnesifi together with the quality has enabled us to secure buyeotiLaBK: The enormous crop heretofore have not been represented on this market, therefore creating cornpe25bn on both Dark and Burley, to EQUAL ANY MARKET IN THE STSwEE and we can truthfully state that the following competitive force of brokeis will excell smaller markets: oaS1-manufacture- We are prepared to open this season on NOV, 6. - 4 fr 2 fi1 S . fr G. O. TUCK & CO., BUFORD & CO., AMERICAN TOBAGO-CO.- , GORIN BROS., TAYLOR & CO., HOGAN&SON, J.F.PS8L' DLETON, and numerous other exporters and manufacturers. We have been censured to some extent for not announcing sooner ear 2as lure prospects, but it was not wise to do so before the above orders had beear tt- cured. The applicants and demands for space, prize room, etc., signifies tausliSsfe REMUNERATIVE PRICES WILL PREVAIL. We nave the GasaSS. interest at heart and the larger we can make this market the better for the fsnaso This is a cooperative enterprise for your benefit, and remember this is the onpSacr way to market your tobacco, and buyers have realized it. It is' quicker andL 2asv expense than the hogshead market. Our four years experience has taught us what the farmer wants QJQK5C-SERVIC- f The Jeffries Hardware Store. AND TOP PRICES. We are buying more baskets and wE &tr. able to handle 00,000 daily, 8,000,000 pounds for the season, and. avoiot en, gestion. We have inaugurated a NEW FLOOR SYSTEM and tfiere- - wS? NO MORE WAITING FOR CHECKS. 1 -- fe For any further information pertaining to the market see ox write, Howard, Brummal Penick, E. G. Dobson or Sam Bottom. A "5K . 4444446'8'QI6"99' 448&68''6"8$4$ , Greensburg Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse ol . Q A Residence Pheae 13 B a THE ADAIR. COUNTY NEWS JUs . Btubiess PMe 18 P Quarterly Meetings. Death Claims Mrs. E. M. Shelley. community was shocked Tuesday afternoon when the death of Mrs. E. M. Shelley was announced. She had taken suddenly ill in the early part of the day with puerperal convulsions, and only a few of the people of the town had learned of her serious condition until her death was announced. Dr. Garrett hadbeen called to her bedside early in the morning ' and later Dr. Croch, of Forbus, and Dr. Sloan, of Albany, Ky., were called. An . Obstetrical operation was performed, but to no avail, and about 3:40 o'clock the end came. The remains were taken to Albany, Ky., yesterday for burial,, that being the girlhood home of Mrs. Shelley. The deceased came here in 1909 with her husband, Capt. E. M. Shelley, who is cashier of The Bank of Jamestown, and since that time she has been a leader in church and Suuday School work, and has endeared herself to the people of the town as few women ever did. She was a Christian in the true sense of the word. She was loved by all who knew her because of her sweet disposition and the noble life she lived. She is survived by her husband and seven children, namely, Eugenia, Porter, Margaret, Doris, Philip, Ralph and the in fant son born on the day of her death. Also by her father, B. P. Harrison, who has been making his home at Mr. Shelley's a good portion of the time.for several years, and one brother, G. E. Harrison of this place, and a a sister, Mrs. Perkins, of Albany, Ky. The family have the sympathy of the entire community in this Jametown, Tenn., sad hour. Gazette. The entire Birdseye view ot our Plant The following are the dates for the Quarterly meetings, Co lumbia District: DENTIST Carapbellsville Circuit, Mor Office, Front rooms m Jeffries BTd'g tons, October 28, 29. Bear Creek, Palestine, Novemup itairs. ber, 4, 5. - Kentucky Peytonsburg, Pleasant Hill, Columbia, November, 7. Clinton, Land's Chapel, NoJ. B. Stone J. H. Stone vember, 9. Albany, Oak Grove, November, 11, 12. WORK- West Moriticello, Smiths, No19. I am prepared to do any kind of Tin vember 18, Mt. Hope, November, Parnell, DR. J. N. MURRELL TIN ' Jamestown, Jamestown, Noline or repair work in tin or sheet iron. vember, 29. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. Russell Springs, Mt. Pleasant. November, 30. S. E. Bridgwaters, Sparksville, Concord, December, 1, Renox, Jones' Chapel, DecemDEEST-A-IOBLIGE ber, 2, 3. Burkesville, Burkesville, DeDr. cember, 3, 4. Bethlehem, Bethlehem, DeDENTIST cember, 6 Temple Hill, Temple Hill, DeOVER PASUJJL, DRUG CO. cember, 7. Tompkinsville, Summershade, Columbia, Ky. i Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c. 24. make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Monticello, Locketts Novemany other ber, 25, 26. Tanks, Sand Pumpsand Mill Springs, Turtle's Chapel, thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythin6 in my November, 27. I "Largest in Dixie." V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE James Triplet! 3 December, 9, 10. RES PHONE SB. OFFICE PHON1 Summersville, Hodges' Chapel December 15. Pierce, Pierce, December 16, 17. Greensburg, Greensburg, December 17, .18. Hogards, December, I will drill wells in Adair and Elkhorn, 19,1 WELL DRILLER adjoining counties. See me be fore contracting. Latest im- Gradyville, Gradyville, cember, 23, 24. Columbia, 25. De- Columbia, Decem-2- 4, DeDe- proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Casey Creek, Pine Grove, Give cember, 29. seeds of bluegrass, sweet clover, HENRY W. DEPP, hemp and white Burley tobacco is already recognized and the DENTIST operation of the pure seed law Am permanently located in Cc is expected to establish our seeds lumbia. producing industry on a still All Classes of Dental work done. Crow more secure basis. de and Inlay work a Specially. r All Work Guaranteed "Under the provisions of the new law seedsmen are permitted Office over G. W. (Lowe's to test their own seeds and to Shoe Store use the results of these on their tags. But all tests must be made according to the rules reg- m ulations adopted and employed A Splendid! by the Association of Official Clubbing Bargain Seed Analysis of North AmerWe Ofrer ica. he Adair CountyNews seedsand Mannsville, Mannsville, me a Call. cember, 30. 31. Campbellsville - Station, DeC. YATES cember, 31, January 1. The District Stewards meeting will be held in the Methodist church, in Columbia, November 1, 1916, at 10 a. m. The pastors of the District are requested and expected to atVeterinary Surgeon and Dentist tend the meeting with the District Stewards and any others Eye Specialist who will come for the purpose of "''Special attention given Diseases of all planning for the year's work. S. G. Shelley, P. E. Domestic Animals "Kentucky farmers and J. Jb. PL. Jones men may submit samples to the Experiment Station for testing, which will be done free. Because of the congestion of work on the station laboratories, however, the larger seed concerns are advised to provide for their own The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only $1.35 I testing." Subscription may be. new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is It la Issued every Thursday, subscription price ?L0O per year, and it Is one of the best home metropolitan weeklle of today. It ha3 all the facilities Of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world's events, and for that reason can sine you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirl3 and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every' ome, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders tc te Offlca at Residence, 114 G. 1 mile of town, on He Won Out. ear k'-.- . Jamestown road. Things had certainly looked Columbia, Ky. black for the very young lieutenant when his colonel discovered vhim in sweet communion --with his daughter. Stone, &. What could he say when he K was summoned to explain himAttoney-At-Laself? As a general rule men are .it-- helpless as babes when in love. - q Will 'praOice in He was made of sterner stuff : than to knuckle under. this and adjoininp. counties.1 "Have you any explanation to -Kentucky . Jamstown, offer for your conduct?", the colonel demanded, sternly. "Sir," answered our hero, bringing his hand up to a smart Ah: salute, "I have the honor to report an engagement at close ' Owners Attention. . Land quarters, in which I have been ; T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do entirely victorious. It now only remains for you to give consent your Surveying correctly. -to the terms of surrender." years He has thirty-thre- e He carried the day. experience. Charges rea- ;;r" According to the Court- - of Apipnable. PhoneI74 or , peals it is a violation of the law to keep barber shops open on write Sunday and the barbers of .IT.C. Faulkner, Louisville are delighted as there Cetarobia. Ky. ' will be iio more Sunday shaves. Phone -- Stone How Catarrh is Contracted. Mothers are sometimes so thoughtWhen You Take Cold. less as to neglect the colds which their With the average man a cold is a children contract. The inflamation serious matter and should not be of the mucus membranes, at first trifled with, as some of the most dan- acute, becomes chronic and the child gerous diseases start with a common has chronic catarrh, a disease that is cold. Take Chamberlain's Cough Rem- seldom cured and that may prove a edy and get rid of your cold as quickly life's burden. Many persons who have as possible. You are not experiment this loathsome disease wilt remember having had frequent colds at the time ing when you use this remedy, as it A little forehas been in use for many years and it was contracted. thought, a little bottle of Chamberhas an established reputation. It contains no opium'or other narcotics. Ob- lain's Cough Remedy judiciously used, Adv. and all this trouble might have been tainable at Paull Drug Co. avoided. Obtainable at Paull Drug The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. 63SB8E3EjBaEBHB--1 Kentucky's w P. ' 4P mg xxxx - - . The exports from the United States have reached $500,000,000 a month Exports for the year The new pure seed law. en ending September 1st were acted at the last session of the and approved by the Governor March 23, beMrs. Sarah Day, of Olive-Hil- l, operative Saturday. came Ky., was found guilty of poisonIn a bulletin just issued the ing her husband, James Day, directors of the Kentucky ex and was given a life sentence in periment statian, discussing the the penitentiary. lag says: "The interests of both the Changing Seasons Bring Colds. head," clogged up nose farmer and the seedsman are "Stuffed-utight chest, sore throat are sure signs comprehended by the new law. of cold, and Dr. King's New DiscovIts intention is to afford the for ery is sure relief. A dose of thia combination of antiseptic balsams soothes mer protectien against contami the irritated membrane, clears the nated and worthless seeds and head, loosens the phlegm, you breathe to protect and encourage those easier and realize your cold is broken up. Treat a cold persistently; halfparties engaged in the produc way measures leave a lingering cough. tion and marketing of high grade Take Dr. King'&lNew Discovery until 47 years tte your cold is gone. farm seeds. The reputation and favorite remedy for For young and eld. adaption of Kentucky for the At Paull Drug Co. , 50c, Ad v. General-Assembly, p New Seed Law. Pure Co. Adv. J. 33. JbjNTiS roJDERTAKEH AND mrnATAfnn COLUMBIA, KT2". 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 escaped from the jail at Morehead last week by sawing out the bars of their Two prisoners cells. Gov. Willis, of Ohio, his wife and daughter were injured by a heavy truck running into tktir automobile. H ?- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS mmcmmMmWWWmnmimlSl says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my toack and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my .housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Ezra Moved His Well. It Always Helps CARDUI tonic The Woman's ut tonic. You cannot make a' mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, . nervousness, feelings,"etc, are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's igj igj Get a Bottle Today! m) jjj ilLiS ..AliiLJ! jLilkiZl 164 All Indians Not Western. from society's arctic regions sit The St. Paul Pioneer Press is unable to Hbelieve the Tran-cript- 's ting in a window seat, very much alone, and apparently not enjoying themselves to any large degree. Plainly, they were mother and daughter, a very commanding looking mother and a rather docile, timid daughter. Being minded to make the affair a complete success, the patron lady approached the aloof pair. "How do you do?" she said. Wouldn't "I am Mrs. you like to meet some of the authors who are present this afternoon?" The senior lady's austere nose went up just a trifle straiighter. "No," she said with congealed So-and-S- o. statement that one will see more typically Indian faces inEastport, Me., than in any city of Oklahoma The Pioneer Press is evidently unaware that Eastport is the home of the tribe of Indians, and that they are very much in evidence on the street. Few Indiana ate ever seen in an Oklahoma city even in Muskogee, which is probably the most Indian city in that state. The nomad was once in Oklahoma City several days and saw oniy one Indian in all that time. In Muskogee one might suppose politeness;- - "no, thank you. that all the tribes of Africa were We've met one." Ottawa Free set loose, but he would never Press. suspect the presence of an Indian tribe. ILLUSTRATED. The TWORLD There are plenty of real In Most dians in Oklahoma, but they do Interesting Magazine not frequent the cities. The Published. Passamaquoddies, on the other SO Timely hand, like to frequent the streets Articles of Eastport. with Over 200 There are also a good many Striking Indians in Nova Scotia, One of Pictures in Each them satirized the'points of the r TwHumhKUVtuin 'mts Number compass a year or two ago by joining a Wild West ahow. Sample Copy Free Send us your name and address Boston Transcript. Pas-saraaquoddy There is an old story about the GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, man who pulled up a well and took it to a more desirable location and another about the man who took up a well, sawed it into sections and used one of the B sections for a land roller, says They the Youth's Compaion. were exagearations, but the ex' 1; I perience of Ezra Tetlow .proves that a well cannot always be classed as a permanent fixture. Ezra had a well in front of his With Genuine Enthusiasm introduces to your kind consideration house. It had never been a suc- the Chevrolet "Baby Grand", a Five Passenger Touring Car. See cess as a well. Exra wanted it It and you will Want It. Want It and you will Buy It. Write for filled up. Oneway would have Cuts and Specificatifns. Write for the Car Itself. We will send it to you for you to see it. o been to haul stones or earth and use the material to fill it. But Ezra had no team. So he went at it with a shovel. Working on the side of the well next to the road he began to dig and to throw the the dirt into the well, which was not a difficult job as the well- - was rather shallow. But when the task seemed finished Ezra found that he had made a new hole by the side of Price $750.00, Factory. the one he had been filling. There was but one thing to do he pro- xaa. Complete with Electric Starter and Electric Lights that Light. ceeded to fill it in the same manrAT . ner. Of course this resulted in still another excavation, which in turn received similar treatment. , ' As all of Ezra's digging has been on the side of the well near-ethe road the result was that the hole in in the ground was finally moved out to the highway. The Royal Mail, a Roadster of Wonderful Individuality. Price was comment Judson Tolliver $750.00 Factory. Complete Lights and Starter. day down And the Chevrolet "Four Ninety" ing on the exploit one a Car Built for Your Needs. at the corners. "Queer thing A Car that will take the Hills. A Comfort, a Joy, and a Delight. Ezra did," he remarked. "You An Automobile. Three Speeds Forward, One Reverse. Electric know that old well that stood in Lights Electric Starter. It Breeds Enthusiasm wherever it is his front yard? Well, sir, he seen. SeeIt; Buy It. Write for cuts and printed matter. Write for the Car Itself. moved it 30 feet from where it was moved it clear out into the Woodson Lewis AGENT FOR CHEVROLET 1 MOTOR OARS ri I st ! j road!" "How'd he do it?" inquired another representative citizen. "You'll have to ask Ezra," re plied Judscn. "But he did it, sure enoueh. 1 saw tne well m the road yesterday, and I saw the track he made moving it. The thine nlowed a furrow four feet wide all the way." Pine-ta- lr5'?FrC",,?'w & 1 r Relieves a Cold. Pine-Tar-Honey Clogged System Cleared. Must be You will find Dr. King's New Life JEJlIsa geotle yet effective laxative for removing impurities from the system. Accumulated waste poisons the blood; dizziness, biliousness and pimply, muddy complexion are the distressing effects. A dose of Dr. King's New Life Tills will assure you a free, full bowel movement in the morning. At Paull Drug Co., 25c Adv. to-nig- ht vid say where you saw this advertisement and we will mail you free a copy of Illustrated World, the big, human interest magazine which tells you in clear, simple language cbout all the wonderful things men are doing everywhere. h nppenings of the world ; is accura to, but never dull; thrilling, but n t sensational; fascinating, but rot trashy. Over 200 striking pictu 3 in every issue. The most mter sN ing and helpful magazine for all tbe J'imily. For sale by all newsdealer;. 15. a copy, $1.50 a year. Write today for a free samp',: copy. Be sure to mention 1 I Brings before you the viivJ contains Dr. Bell's all the soothing elements of the pine After long and careful consideration we believe and enthusiasticalIt heals the irritated membrane, and ly, that we have a Car that will please in every essential. The by its antiseptic- properties loosens the Dhleerm, you breathe easier, and Engiee has the Power to carry the Car any where. It has the Looks, Graceful Streamliness, Comfortable and Easy Riding. what promised to be a severe cold has up. For that stufled-u- p been broken Wereceived the hrst car load last Saturday, we sold them out in feelinsr. tight chest or sore throat three days. We have others. take a dose of Dr. Bell's and prevent a wearing, hacking cough dragging through the winAdv. ter. At Paull Drug Co., 25c. Pine-Tar-Hon- Price $550.00 complete, Factory. Alfothe "Four-NinetRoadster $550.00 Factory. y" V VVOODSoisr lewis this advertisement. Address: ILLUSTRATED WORLD 5590 Drexel Ave.. Chicago. 111. Sufficient Unto the Day. 1 Where, Indeed? At & recent reception at the Colony club in the city of New York, the members of the Au"Why, Bobbie! You've got a thors' League of America were hole in your stocking! It wasn't guests, along with a considerable there this morning when you put number of persons moving ma- them on." "Well, if it wasn's jestically in the most rigid and there where was it?" exclusive circles of top society. At Ferguson Station, six miles One of the patronesses, a woman who has plenty of wealth and from Russellville, four men plenty of literary ability as well, were shot in a difficulty. None presently espied two delegates of them are fatally wounded. Some people say that farming is Is there any reason why far mers should not make good mon somewhat of a gamble, in that ey now? With wheat at $L55 noone knows what to raise this per bushel, corn around $1 per year to make the biggest profit bushel, hogs selling above $11 because the market on the artiper hundred, cattle-- market good cle at harvesting time cannot be and strong, and all farm prod forecasted. But that cannot be ucts selling at better figures than at a so, because many farmers are for years, it does seem deserved, profit should now be now reaping the benefit from a going into the hands of the far- little study of the market and now have the mers. Of course there are many farmers who3e hindsight is bet- sell those articles and products ter than their foresight, and which are bringing the highest they are bewailing the fact that prices. But there is one way a d farmer can almost insure a good they have none of the products to sell nowT profit on a year's work, and that con-conditio- ns, is by studying and following the principle of diversified farming, and by marketing much of his crop on the hoof. For a Muddy Complexion. A- - Take Chamberlain's Tablets and adopt a diet of vegetables and cerals Take outdoor exercise daily and jour complexion will be greatly improved within a few months. Try it. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Adv. high-price- The offer by New York brokers to bet 2 to 1 on Hughes was withdrawn when $2,000 of Kentucky; money was offered on Wil son at the odds. T THE ADAIR COU'TY NE v sasisnpfflmimwmiminnu 11 Tutt a " G. R. Reed 0&00Zkl ' v&? rixy viv TT & REED if Ji HTCATi DEAT.F.RS Following Property for fSffirj3re Sale: ' -- ESTATE AUG 1 IUlN 20 Head Resist f addle Horses t v FARM LAND of good lime stone land aM&iii!ratSTed, good dwelling and but GwS3In$g on public road, and in a good gcres -- aqgiborhood. S.; E. of Ky. TIMBER LAND ."; ,, timer land (white oak off). Price for timber $800, v.3ssa 500. Can sell timber without 'SSbssS if, purchaser wants it. Lies . 4 rsSsstsast of Columbia, Ky. FARM . 2faO0 acres of the best land in A'dair CKSsacy Good dwelling, 2 good barns auxJuutbuiIdings, 1 mile from Cane 23sss'arm lies six miles Price 84,200.00, the balance on easy terms one-3rsKcs- h, Scces tim-V5ri- ut .Wsltej, Price S6.500. SS-fee-a FARM ?f 301 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, -- ffltsaSer 5tQ0. d pike now acres river aetata. Good dwelling, barn and 2 good orchards. Price -- river, construction. l mile from 52 on one of the best res jJeoce streets in Columbia, near the zSgszse, larn and out buildings. A - tswsj 'desirable home. A bargain. "Hade on application. 21 Acres of good land in a good -- 2Sse 'TOWN PROPERTY room two story dwelling and .usElfes-EOTithp- stawa limits. Price $850. STcusa with vM2sfcop3, "nEafaborhood. good buildings on pub- 5Ecroad, about Smiles south of Colum- SKji&. 3Qrice $1,600. (Bargain) ffi? Acres lime stone land, very good SatzUdings, desirable place to live, 4$ Columbia. Price $1,G00 'Stfjase and Lot: House with six good out buildings, good water acjil other conveniences, just out of ---- gjS srrw BALL CHI HF No " f CI 3-j- 06 A. S. H. R. RF .3 ...J4 K B! f 9 rooms just outof town all buildings good, compar-EcelynePrice 31,900. 5SK:m: 50 acres on White Oak creek iESsEitesJtf. W. Plumpoint, one half rS&ster'balance in cultivation, 12 acres vltx bottom, buildings tolerable good, Mooi orchard and spring. Price $700. Acres of land unimproved (cheap rEE2dsnce) lying 3 miles N. W. of w. Sxtribia. -ssnoccl-springsrSE-miles Price $600.00. 3? Acres land, good new residence, 2 , a good well.' Price 8700. pub--SEcajna- N, W. of Columbia. 9SJ3 for house and lot near the good garden, good well, tfxasa&c. Desirable place and is worth v'tfeanioney asked. ,509 for 581 acres of land lying 2 -ccSes S. W. of the town of Columbia, road,-ne5 room 5ax3iause, good barn, good well In S2J2S25acresin meadow, 25 acres In SKlaavation, baliance in timber. $ on time to suit pur- rnscr-the'-Glasgow 'icafcSi-ihe'balanc- e I will selll at the LOCUST GROVE STOCK FARM, in Columbia, Ky., 20 head of Registered Saddle Horses, consisting of Stallions, Brood Mares and Colts, including Ball Chief 3806, a chestnut stallion, six years old, good enough to head any band of mares In America. The brood mares are of high class and all safe with foal to Bail Chief. The colts are all by Ball Chief and Red Light. Among them are three stud colts that are exceptionally fine and should develop into stallions of the most desirable kind. The filly colts are all royally bred, and will make great brood mares, and some of them show mares. Another one of the good things that will be offered is a three year old chestnut Gelding by Ball Chief. This is a very' flashy horse with lots of finish, nicely broken to harness, and goes five gaits in a niost pleasing manner. If you want a good combined stallion and one of the best breeders in this section of Kentucky, don't overlook Raven-BirI will also offer the following stoqk: One extra good black Jack, six years old, I5 hands high This Jack is an excellentbreeder,very prompt and sure. One Aberdeen Angus calf, eleven months old and weighs about 1,000 lbs. Three good Boors, several sows and pigs and a lot of farming implements. d. V Z -- acres of good limestone land. 4 r i ? 4 ,ktq. -- "EfeEas Toom residence, two barns, two one well, one of the best iEocations in Gradyville. Away from S&ecreeTr. Price right Ssrm of 121 acres, 5 miles south of MSslumbia. 45 acres bottom, good &Eiiaings, splendid oachard, well JWffifcerecL All in high state of culti- -- rrasSbm. Price $4,000. ' 7a acres of land in sight of Columbia, '135, .good land, & acres bottom, 15aores taLtabsr, fenced. $50 per acre. SAasr- - in Taylob county ConBist-un- f ot200 acres, 30 or 40 acres bottom, SSBSsares in woodland, 90 acres ingrass, ,ufficresin cultivation, dwelling and Situated 41 miles south of on .Robinson creek. Price --- The above described stock will be sold on a credit of twelve months. Only notes of approved security will be accepted. Sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock. ' A. S.-.CHEWNIN- AUCTIONEERS Col. Tom Simms, Springfield, Ky. Col. J. S. Breeding, Columbia, Ky. ' '.' r ,. Tiffia " - . '.' . s. ' . . ' , t Mae Camp-"5ss7.ill- e, "524 acref arm, 2 miles S. W. of Dunn sjkEs, in Adair, Casey, and Russell OHssattee, reasonable .good buildings, sS33,erchard, good spring, well water, . ,- -, Gradyville. We are having very warm weather TiB acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, B acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, JEssesboneiand, $600 to $800 worth of at this time. Farmers are putting in this week i sowing wheat. Strong Hill was at Mell lasb Wed-nesda- Ul Dr. S. Simmons spent a few jiays at acres of land near Colum-"'t- a Jamestown last week. ilboat to make a home. Quite a number from this place attended' the dedication of the Presby35 or30 acres of land, cheap bulld-,-V-g- s, will give five or six hundred, do terian church at Keltner last Sunday. Geo. D. Vance, the well to do merchant, of Pyrus, passed through here OOIiCTMCBIA., KT5T. Friday enroute for Columbia. Mrs. Edwards, of Illinois, , is visit: rJliliilllilliilillllllllllUlllilillm ing her father and family, JMr. Th'os. 10 Want To Buy. - Dowell, at this time. Mr. Horace Alexander, the popular phoid fever, i3 Improving at this time. groeeryman.ofBurkesville; was call-- - .Uncle Charlib Yates, who has been ing on his customers in our town last i laid'nn fnf ftnm a fall. week. is able to wSlk to town. We are all Miss Christine Nell leaves in a few glad to see him on the stage of action days forSt-- Mary's, where ,she .wiil again. ' ' t '' enter school. -Strong Hill, of Glasgow, and Mr. There has beed a few extra crops of White, of Bowling Green, two Burley tobacco sold in this section at commercial men, were in our 10 cents per pounds. midst last Wednesday, selling hardThehogs through this section con- ware, bacon, lard, etc. tinue to die with cholera. It is found A gloom of sadness was cast over our that there will not be enough left to town last Wednesday about the noon make meat for our people. hour when the news heard that WesSilas Cain has bought several extra ley Dowell had taken his own life. act no one good mule colts. Price. Irom $40 to The cause for knows. He certainly had become un50.00. We are glad to note that Mrs. W--. balanced. Wesley wis a young man L. Grady, who has been confined to that every body liked. He attended her room for several weeks with ty- - to his own affairs and was an indus-RAVftrs.l-mnnr,well-kno- trious young man. --He had accepted a position at the mill here to take effect the next day after his death. He had closed the trade just, about one hour before he ended his life. His father, mother, brother and sisters have the sympathy of this community in this hour of sad affliction. The remains were interred at the family burying grounds atLyletown, a large crowd of sorrowing friends being present. Gtod Reading. this Dr. J. T. Jones will send his book of in. Prose and Verse, by mail, to anyone sending him a Postal Money Order for 25 cents to Glensfork, Ky. They are on sale at The Kews offie also. s