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Al-tu- s, Sad Death. Miss Mary D. Everman, who lived In Bourbon county, near Paris, died last week, soon after undergoing an For a great many years in the past J. Cager Yates. Russell county was known as a brady county, a great deal of the stuff being Thirty-seve- n years ago Mr. J. Cager manufacutured annually, but a. very Yates, a native of Adair county, blew perceptible change has been made, and y there is not a dryer county in into Louisville and accepted a position to travel for the well known hat the State. The writer was in, Jameshouse, Swann Abraham & Co. His town the first two days of the term of The samples were soon ready, and without circuit court, now in progress. first day was cold and rainy, very disexperience as drummer, he started. He had the advantage of knowing agreeable. A very large number of every retail merchant from Louisville the natives were in attendance, and' we were constantly mingling with the to Burkesville, and he had no misgivings as to his ability to sell goods but crowd. During the entire day we did on his first trip he was a little too not see but one man under the influclever with his samples and when he ence of liquor, and he does :not reside This speaks reached Burkesville he discovered that in Russell county. he had given away, to friends along volumes for the good people, who years the route, all his sample hats. Full of ago were greatly annoyed by parties energy and nerve, he was not dismay- who were almost constantly using too ed, ne ordered a fresti supply of sam much brandy. We spoke to a gentlepies, and from that time for many man about the change in conditions, years he was constantly on the road. and he said: "The lid is on tight in In fact, he became one of Swann Abra- this county, that if a man was brought to-da- ham & Co's. most valuable men, and when he quit the house to engage in other business, it was with reluctance that his firm parted from htm. Mr. Yates haS at all times been a busy and very reliable gentleman, and for some years has been engaged in the manufacture of overalls, and has ished an i mmense business throughout the State He was never selfish, ever ready to lend a helping hand in cases of distress or when public improvements were needed. When he was quite a young man, living on his father's farm at Gradyviile, a tramp came along one cold day, and he was coatless. Jim Cager was wearing a good one and had others at home. He could not stand to see the poor man suffer, and removing his coat he handed it to the tramp, saying: "Take this, my friend, you need it worse than I do". The wayfarer left rejoicing, and Mr. Yates went to his father's residence and donned another coat n Mr. Yates is to every body in this part of Kentucky and every body knows that he has been a successful business man. I could write how successfully he used the tuning fork in his earlier days, but it is unnecessary, as every body knows he is musical and always on time. es-ta- bl well-know- Bargains. For 30 days I will sell Men and Boy's Clothing at cost for cash, Read the large advertisement of the except Overalls. Buchanan Lyon Company published in 52-- 2t the News this week. T. E. Waggener. 50-3- t. ing 127 acres, on which is a new, building and a large barn, also a lot of corn and hay, will be sold at public outcry at the residence on said farm, on Saturday, Oct. 28, at 1 o'clock, p. m., to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months. Delia Epperson, Ad mr etc. two-story, Bankrupt) To the creditors of James A. WinFirst Grade. Jessie Scoll, lUssie Bennett, Nettie frey, of Eunice, in the county of Clarke Grissoui, Mary Sallie Hays, Adair and district as aforesaid, a Ruth Jesse, Hazel Rasner, Effle San bankrupt. "Notice is hereby given that on the dusky, Cecil Sullivan. 17th day of October A. D., 1916 the said James A. Winfrey was duly ad Good Farm for Sale. Wa ned. Irish potatoes, butter and judged a bankrupt and that the first app-e- . .it the Lindsey-WilsoThe farm owned by S. A. Epperson, meeting of his creditors will be held Moss & Chandler. deceased, situated 8 miles south-eas- t in the office of H. S. Robinson, in of Columbia, on Russell creek, containCampbellsville, Ky., on the 31st day Hon. O S. Ware, of Covington, Munx.ie. n. before court, charged with making or selling, by the time he gob through paying fines that woula be heaped upon him, he would be an" old man, granting that he started young". No county could have a more enviable reputation than the one .who is deter mined to drive whisky from its borders. One gentleman said to us: "that some times spirits were shipped in, tc be used for other than medical purposes, and we are going to put a stop to that procedure". Jamestown is steadily improving, a number of elegant homes having been built in recent months. Also the new Methodist Church building is about completed, and the old Christian church is being remodeled. The business of the town was fairly good during the first week of court, and the farmers with whom we talked were rejoicing over their bountiful crops. The News has just received a letter from Miss Mary Snow Patterson, Okla , dated Oct 15th, enclosing Second Year High School. her mother's subscripion to the paper. Vera Taylor, Beckham Jeffries, Ce She says it is not off en she hears from cil Dunbar, Flora Wilson, Alonzo any one in this part of the State, and Summers, Katherine Nell. that The News is a welcome visitor. "Miss Alva Knight, Jamestown, manEighth Grade aged to write me about once a year. Logan, Stewart Huffaker. Lillian We have had the finest of crops. Every Seventh Grade. farmer raised lota of cotton and they Berths Yates, Lula Parson, Robert are getting lots of money for it too. Gill, Neller Bean Moore, Virginia Wheat was al30 fine. It certainly is Smith, Virgie Pendleton, Mary Sum- pretty to drive out in the country and mers, Robert Neat, Rollin English, see acres and acres white with cotton. Frank Callison. The country is so level and smooth, Sixth Grade, the land being laid off in mile squares, .vabel Rosenbaum, Rachel Coffey. that you see for miles and miles in every direction It has been raining Dorothy Tandy, Delia Smith. here for two or three dtiys, but it is Fifth Grade. now clear and by w theground Douglas Durham, Allan MerceK will be dry enough for any kind of Mary Bell, Frances Russell. work. I do not know when we will be Fourth Grade. in Kentucky. Give my love to every Edrie Pendleton, Lucille Winfrey. bodj." Frances Browning, Pearl Bennett, Hon. Harvey Helm Noreue Cofer, Cecil Kearnes. Will speak in Adair county as folThird Grade. . Claude Bell, Ira Hutchison, John lows: Gradyviile, Tuerday afternoon at 1 Ingram, William Kearnes, Howard Noe Leighton Smythe, Nathaniel o'clock, Oct., 31, 191G. Tutt, Davis Wilson, Nannie Bell, Breeding, Oct., 31, at 7 p. m. Harmony, Wednesday, Loy's Store, Linnie Bohannon, Josie Franklin, Nov. 1, at 1 o'clock p. m. Louise Grissom. uane vaney, jxov. 1st, at 1 p m. Second Grade. Every body invited. Hynes English, Lynn Jeffries, Wade Kearnes, Denver McClister, Margaret In the District Court of the United Coffey, Antha Caylor, Jessie Conover, States for the Western District of Dimple Franklin, Eleanor Grissom, Kentucky. Mary Helen Patteson, Estelle SanIn the matter of dusky, Gladys Ingram, Annie May James A. Winfrey ) In bankruptcy to-mo- about eighteen years old and was a Miss Jennie Garnett Is visiting relniece of Mrs. A. D. Patteson. this atives in Danville. place. The deceased visited ColumMr. Owen Gaines, of Campbellsville, bia last summei, forming the ac- was here a few days ago. quaintance of all the young people, Mr. J. F. Montgomery has returned who were very fond of her, and whose from the Russell circuit court. death was sadly received here. Mrs. Mrs. Margaret Tucker was quite Patteson and her daughter, Miss Masick Monday, but she is better. ry D., reached Paris before the end came. operation for appendicitis. She was Mr. Leo Baldauf is in town for a few days. Mr. V. Sullivan has been quite sick for a week. Miss Eva Piercy Is a victim of malarial fever. Come in next Saturday afternoon and witness a foot ball game between Springfield and ville. Lindsey-Wilso- n. Mr. Charles Barbee, of Campbella-vill- e, was here a few days ago. Mrs. H. C. Feese Is visiting her sons, Elzie and Willie Feese, in LouisMrs. Geo. W. Staples -- millinery Real Estate Transfers. week market, was in the Louisville, last, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. H, ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. (Margaret Isbell &c, Pltff. ) J. D: Irvin, Admr., &c, Deft ) By viiture of a Judgment and Order ,pf Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the September Term, thereof, 1916, in the above 'cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door, in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 6th day of November, 1916, at one o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, the following det: scribed property,'' A lot of land or town lot in the town of Coto-wi- Our readers express themselves as being well pleased with the chinire in the makeup of our paper. We are using smaller type, and we are furnishing about the same amount of reading matter. The change enables us to save a little paper which has gone almost out of sight in price. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY.. Kate Alexander, PluY vs ) meets and bounds will be on the papers in this action on day of sale. Also one bay mare about 9 years old 14 hands high Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal inColds from Little Sneezes terest from the day of sale until paid, Bid and having the force and effect of a Grow. judgment. Bidders will be prepared Many colds that hang on all winter to comply promptly with these terms. start wii h a sneeze, a snifie, a sore W. A. .Coffey, Master Commissioner. .throat, a tight i'chest. You know the Netice, Tax Payers. gyroptotns of colds, and you know the prompt treatment will break them On the following dates .and places -- up.' Dr. King's Uew Discovery, with Loamed below, or one of my Deputies, lte.sooti.iug antiseptic balsams', will have the Tax Books, for the pur 'fccn breaking up colds and healing pose of collecting taxes, t: young and old for 47 yearsi eoughs-o- f Pickett, Thursday, Oct. 26th. A large crowd heard Senator Beck DoXlug's'tfeDiscoverylooseelrthe. Milltown, Friday.Oct. 27th. Friday. ? 'phlegm; ei ers the head, sob theeCthe every. I bsweregjStlyenthusrd a, youngab, who JrfltattdjpeabraneMMiiakee breath- - .taketrust that of thisTax Payer will The advantage opportunity to and they will aU'baagAr reepect-V- d Aufin, GUaton county, at 1 jijnierr . At Panll Drug C6,?50am i meet And settle same. A Ive voting places accldentallkilled by the ."ClVj V Ii H. Mitchell, S. A. O. v ? htogun,ooldyktweefc flle-with t.f lumbia, Adair county, Kentucky, with residence livery barn, and other improvements tnereon, situated on Market street; commonly called Burkesville street; and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone at the edge of Market street, corner to Junius Hancock's lpt; thence with a line of same S..43E. 12 poles and 15 links to a black locust, said Hancock's corner, in a,Jftfeof;LheGeorge J. Reed lot; thence with said linS., 47, W., 5 poles and 7 links jCo'salilTleed's corner at the edge of Fortune street; thence with Fortune street T , 43, W., 12 poles and 15 links to thefedge of ; Market street; thence with Market street N., 7f E , 6 poles and 7 links to the beginning, containing about 72 and half square 'poles JTor the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities must execute Bond, bearing legal rom the day of sale untif paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. T. Price, Special Commissioner " ) Taylor Wade, Df t. By virture of a judgment and order cf sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the September term, thereof, 1916, in the above cause, for the sum of 8100 with the interest at the rate of 6 per cent., per annum from the 22nd day of January, 1913, until paid, and 855.60 costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday the 6th day of Nov. 1916, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following described prop- may attend and prove their claims, elect a trustee, examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said P'i inference to another column it meeting. This October 19th A- - D., wi.i be seen that the Burkesville 11916. Louse Leaf Tobacco House has an ad Ben Spalding Referee ofils business. Tobacco will be rein Bankruptcy. ceived any time after November 10th Beauchamp & Hobson andsalps will commence November H. S. Robinson Attys for Bankrupt Campbellsville, Ky, 16v Tnis house was established and is manapd by the best business men Lindsey-Wilso- n of Cumberland county, who solicit The Riley exercises In the Chapel, last Wednesday morntobacco from all the adjoining comiing were highly appreciated, not only ties, A square deal promised and by the school, but by a number of vis guaranteed to every consignor. itors. The program was arranged by Miss Katie Murrell, one of the teachFor Sale. ers, and it was faultlessly rendered. Mrs. Ray Montgomery, a former teacher in the institution, sang, beautifully, I wish to sell my house and lot in the town of Columbia, two acres of one of Riley's songs. land, two good wells and other necessary improvements. House and outCOMMISSIONER'S SALE. buildings comparatively new. Also 111 acres of land on the Stanford road ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT (new pike.) OF KENTUCKY. A. D. Patteson, Columbia, Ky. ) N. M. Tutt Pltff. 51-2t speak at Bxeeciag Saturday, Oct., 28, at 7 o'clock at night. Let the neighborhood turn out and hear Democratic doctrine. will of October A. D., 1916, at 12:30 o'clock noon, at which time the said creditors COMMISSIONER'S SALE. J. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. L. Miller, VS Pltff. ) W. B. Miller &c Deft, i By virture of a Judgment and Order erty to-wi- t: A certain tract of land situated in Adair County, Ky., on the waters of Dry Fork, containing 50 acres, adjoining and adjacent to the lands of Isaac Taylor, Arch Collins and Mrs. Daniel Aarons, a description of said land by hgj I -- " to-wi- of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Sept.Term, thereof, 1916, in the the above cause, shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 6th day of Nov., 1916, at one o'clock, p m , or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following described property, A certain tract of land situated in Adair county, Ky., on the waters of Pettits Fork on the Columbia and Edmonton road and is bounded by the lands of John Pennington, William A. Johnston, Robert Conover, William Turner, and widow Troutman, containing 50 acres. A right of way 8 feet wide is reserved over this land from a point on the Glasgow 'and Ed monton road to the lands of W G. Turner. For more complete description reference is made to the .Judgment and order of sale. For the pur chase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and. effect ot a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. I to-wi- t: Bill Nick Smith &c. Deft. ) By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren dered at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1916, in the above cause, for the sums of 8250.11 and 86 10 with the interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from the 26th day of Sept., 1916, until paid, and $102.30-costherein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court-housdoor in Columbia, Ky., to the hichest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 6th day of Nov., 1916, at one o'clock p. m, or thereabout (being county court,) upon a credit of six months the following described property, Two certain tracts of land situated in Adair county, Kentucky, on the waters of Butler's Fork, of Rus-e- l l's creek. The first tract contains 2li acres moie or less, and the second tract eontains 22 acres Said lands are more or les3. s bounded as follows: On north by the lands of Bud Wilson, on the east by the lands of Chas. Browning, on the south by the lands of Ambrose Spradlin and on the west by the. lands of W. S. Hindman, and is the same land owned by the widow of Kirby Smith deceased. For more complete description refer ence is made to the judgment and order of sale. Or sufficient thereof to produce" the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities", must execute Bond, bearing legal Interest frgm the day of sale Until paid, and. having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply, promDtlywxtfi5 $ f-these terms. vMaeterrCo:nmissloner. W. A. Coffey, s e to-w- it: j-i- , . vs ) Hoo, 'T TlyZ fflteiifr vSSS iS& f1 .'" jm . " Breeding Lodge; Bingham Moore, Tamplco Lodge; Geo. Wolford, Neats-vill- e Lodge; were representatives to Cleaner and more promptly effective the Masonic Grand Lodge last week. than mussy plasters or ointment; does Miss Mattie Lee Adams, of Richnot stain the skin or clog the pores mond, Va., an experienced music; in-" For stiff muscles, chronic rheumatism structor. engaged by the Lindsey-Wilsogout, lumbago, sprains and strains it arrived last Saturday night, gives quick relief. Sloan's Liniment taking charge of department reduces the pain and inflammation in Monday morning. that She is also an ex-- , Insect bites, bruises, bumps and other pression teacher. minor injuries to children. Get a Mr. J. E. Garnett, represented Cobottle today arTPaull Drug Co., 25c. lumbia Lodge, ISo. 96, Fj & A. H.t ia Adv. the Grand Lodge whichconveer at Louisville last week Mr. E. B?.Bar-ge- r was the representative, from Columbia ChapterNo. 7, B. A. HM In the Grand Chapter. Mr. D. T. Curd was here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Harris, Mrs. T. MmGUW. Dillon ie.in Louisville E. WafeoerMrs.Slaaeeei Murreli Mr.JT'E Gowayof Campballsvllle, and Mr.W.R?Myera left fer Louie. a fine man, known all ver Adatr vine Monday raernjae;., They .county, is through InMr Carrie' awio. n, Aches. The dull throb of neuralgia is quickly relieved by Sloan's Liniment, the universal remedy for pain. Easy to apply; it quickly penetrates without rubbing and soothes the sore muscles. Robt. L. Allen sold his farm to C. week. last week, consideration, Mr. John Q. Alexander called to see 85,000. the Columbia merchants last WedGeo. H. Nell sold his farm, at Granesday. dyviile, to B. B. Janes. Consideration W. E., the little son of Mr. and private Mrs. Ernest Harris, was quite sick all J. H. Morris sold his plantation to A. J. Coones. Price not given. Mr. of last week. Mr. R. W. Wilson and wife, of Coones sold his possessions in this county last year and traveled over Hatcher, were in Columbia last MonTennessee, Alabama and Georgia, day, shopping. looking for a location. He returned Mr. F. M. Gabber t, Campbellsville, to Adair, saying it was the best coun- spent last week in Columbia and out try he had struck. in the county. Judge H. C. Baker is on an extendFor Sale. ed visit to his children who live In Cleburne, Texas. Mr. and Mrs S. B. Thomas, of A lot of good church benches, made visitid relatives in this city the of the best poplar lumber, several first of the week. windows, doors and blinds. See Miss Vic Hughes, who has been visWalker Bryant, Dr. Jame Triplett or C. S. Harris. iting in Middlesboro for several weeks, 52-has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mercer, The burning of the Rapid Transit left for Florida last Thursday, car has not interferred with the busi- to be absent about six weeks. ness of the Company. They put on Mr. G. R. Reed spent several days another truck, and the woodwork of of the one that was burned, is being re- inglast week in Russell county, lookafter his insurance business. built, and all necessary fixtures seMr. W. A. Coffey, of the Columbia cured, and in about three weeks this will again be ready for the pike. bar, attended circuit court at Jamescar While the loss to the company is con- town several days of last week. Dr. P. H. Conover arrived from Mti siderable, it is not as great as was first reported, as a large quantity of the Vernon, Ky., last Wednesday night. He was accompanied by his wife. goods was only partially damaged. Mrs. Lou F. Miller left last SaturFor Sale. day morning, on an extended visit, to her son, Mr. R. W. Miller, MinneapoI have a good young mare I wish to lis, Minn. sell. Mr. Chesley Jones, who makes his G. C. Garrison, headquarters in Cincinnani, spent last 51-Columbia, Ky. week here with his parents,' Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones. Mrs. Ellen Holladay was operated on Mr. Sam Feese, who has been in a in St, Anthony Hospital, Louisville, low state of health for several months, last Thursday. Dr. W. J. Flowers, is no better. He is not expected to live who accompanied her to the hospital, but a short time. has returned home and reports that Dr. Z. A. Taylor returned recently the patient is doing well. from St. Louis, where he spent a For all kinds of telphone repairing week, getting new points in the opand Electrical work, call on P. E. tical profession. tMoss, Columbia. All work guaran Thomas Paul!, the little son of Mr teed. Phone No. 189 A. t and Mrs. Sam Burdette, is a victim of pneumonia, and was quite sick a few This paper has called the attention days of last week. of the campaign Chairman, time and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Russell and Mrs. again, of the necessity of organizing Woody, a nurse, arrived from Louis- for the purpose of getting the-voSunday. Mrs. Russell's condiville out. Every Democratic voter in tion is about the same as last reported. Adair should be at the polls on the Mrs. Jo Young, of Waterview, Cum7th of November. If there should be berland county, is visiting her sons, failures to vote there is no telling how large the Republican majority will be. R. K. and L. M. Younsr. She has If you believe in the policies of Wood-ro- just returned from a visit to LouisWilson, go to the election and ville. Mr. R. J. Lyon, representing Buchcast yoursuffrage, and tell your friends anan Lyon Company, Campbellsville, to do likewise. was here a few days ago. He la an InMeeting at the Baptist Church.-- cessant worker and commands a large personal trade. Mr. W. A. Garnett was in LouisThe meeting at the Baptist church ville several days of last week, as the will begin Tuesday night, Oct. 81st. representative from Glensfork Lodge Sloan's Liniment for Neuralgia to the Grand Lodge. Several of his daughters accompanied him to the C. Stephens, Mill-tow- n, 3t Mr Nat G. Terry, a former student in the L. W. T. SM 'was here last Mill-tow- n, 2t 52-3- te w ' city. JohttRialJ, Gradyviile Lodge; Robert Bailey, Hood Lodge; F. A. Strange Personals. . 25 v I I wtoTOJr A -- fk ? avMr. HarrU' UhWm Mi two.cl I r : ' Z THE i HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS HEWS lent, powerful sentinels to guide us into channels of peace. Mr. Published Every Wednesday Hughes said the Lusitania would ADAIR COUNTY HUSBAND RESCUED not have been sunk had he been Adair County News Company president. This was answering a question what he would have (Incorporated.) done had he been president when was sunk. Any man can see OH AS. S. HARRIS, Editor. it his evasion, any one knows that After Four Years of Discouraging he could not have prevented it Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave of tkc City of Colombia and the people of Adair and had he been president wa would have been in the most disand adjoining counties. Up in Despair. Husband astrous war in the world's He was not then and Came to Rescue. Entered at the Columbia as second class mail matter. now likely to be under funot ture provications. Those who SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR believe in or want war ought to Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter vote for Mr. Hughes, those who from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock WEB. OCT. 25, 1916 believe in honorable peace, for BY THE DESPAIRING WIFE ifBiBHHwiWMBPrTMMBi I ii TTmimhiiY jiffy had gotten so weak I 1 could not stand, and gave up in despair. his-histo- ry. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. dose, I Post-offi- ce From the very first 1 could tell it was helping me. can now If you walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing all my work." DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President. WOODKOW WILSON, of New Jersey. For Yice President. are all run down from womanly writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Mr. Wilson. years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped Justice to all and exclusive this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 privileges to none a fair, square while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should deal with the humanitarian spir- all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has it, the motor spirit has placed in my left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows what President Wilson and his adminThe doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recom- Birdseve view of our Plant "Largest in Dixie." V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated i istration high in the esteem of all who really love peace and honest and just political clean, TnOMAS R MARSHALL, living. He has not pursued the of Indiana. policy that has engulfed other For Congress. nations in the horrors of war: he has not yielded to the clamor of ITARVEY HELM, the rich, to the pleas of big busof Lincoln County. iness and the greed of land pi ANNOUNCEMENT. rates to sacrifice the lives cf thousands of our young men in a For Sheriff. war with Mexico. He has kept steady in the boat and won by We arc authorized to announce W. B. deplomacythe very points, the a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, sebjset to the action of the Rupublican primary real conditions that the great bulk of the people want. Under of 1917. amazing provocations, and under Those who have criticized the the pleas and pressures of big inPresident for keeping this coun- vestors in Mexican lands and en try out of war, who demanded terprises for war with that counwar with Mexico and war with try, Presdiem Wilson moved on Germany are still suffering the the line of reason, honor and huhumiliation their pride and war- manity, knowing that war is a like spirits have encountered rich man's game and a poor from the very day that Mr. Wil- man's fight result, peace and son was inaugurated. While the unparalleled prosperity. government is making every reaWhy any man in this country sonable effort to increase its defensive powers. Recruits are should want a change in the adasked for in every State but the ministration of our government President's band of critics and at this particular time is a myschivalrous defenders of this coun- tery. Why any one can fail to try are not enlisting. They endorse the fruits of the present want war but they want others administration, or how or from to fight the battles. From the whom better could be expected, speeches of Mr. Hughes and Mr. is also a mystery. No farmer Roosevelt no one need doubt a would think of trading a dependsettlement that would plung this able horse that had given him country into the bloody vortex undisputed service for three of Europe and lead thousands of years, and trade him when he our young men to their graves in was compelled to have service, Mexico unless conditions change for one he had not tried, and onin those countries, eliminating ly on the recommendation of every avenue for a quarrel. men who wanted to profit in the Their warlike adherents would exchange, merely because the stay at home unless drafted other horse had a different not a single volunteer would re- name In fact, why swap a good spond from the prominent ranks dependable mule to do your farm unless it would be to take an work, for an unyieldy elephant? official position as a stepping The mule is handled and constone for political positions when trolled by the common people, the carnage should end. There the elephant by masters. are many yet living, thank God, that know what war is in this If you are not satisfied with country, there are many ceme- peace, prosperity and preparedteries all over this country si- - ness, what more do you want? PAT-TE80- ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. After to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladles Dept., Chattanooza. Tenn.. for Special Instructions on your case and book. Horn Treatment ir Women." sent In plain wrapper. Write Advisory Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Blinds, Mouldings. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog 1 soon confined to my bed again. hat, nothing seemed to do me any good. WHOLESALE Doors, N tape proceedings in getting the money. Will those, the beneficiaries of this law, made to give them more" pay and less trouble smite the one who has given it. Under Roosevelt, Taft and others the pensioner had needless trouble to get his money y when due. it is To-da- Wilson is the president udice will mark the line of action that signed the bill for the $1.00 for many on the 7th of next )Cumb. Main 9 14 per day pension and cut the red month, and yet, deep down in PnOME:fIIome City 2291 Mr. Rates 50-75- -1 .00 their desires, they are to-da- y en- joying the prosperity and peace that they would shout the praise if only their party was in power to claim the credit. There will be many however, that will do otherwise. TELEPHONES "SAFETY FIRST" Hotel Watkins "In the Heart of LouiSvillo" IN ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODERN CONVENIENCES If you can't vote for Wilson for what he has done, when this country was never before so The force of habit, party pride prosperous, it looks like and is and political or partisan prej- - taking an unnecessary risk. EUROPEAN PLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th EVERYTHING IN Louisville, Ky. Preparedness; ! Are you ready for Winter? Is your system clear of catarrh? Save Summer colds left you entirely? Have you overcome all effects of Summei foods? If you haven't, restore your body to full vigor with the old standby ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and (American JF&V&M It's, tonic that clears away the congestion, purifies the uiuuu ana invigorates yourvmoie system.) Peruna, in tablet form, is handy to carry with you. It gives you a chance to check a cold when it starts. Manalin Tablets are the ideal laxative They form no habit and have no unpleasant effects. Yourdruggistcansupplyyou The Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio good springs, a good well. Price 8700. 31 miles N, W. of Columbia. SS00 PERUNA Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO. Incorporated mmnfflifflmnmimmmfflm N. M. Tutt G. R. Reed TUTT & REED HEAL ESTATE DEALERS Offer the following Property for Sale: c Farmers Loose Leaf Tobacco Company INCORPORATED BURKESVILLE, KENTUCKY. Will Open For Business, Nov. 16, 1916. Our Sales will begin on the above date, but we will receive Tobacco any time after November 10, 1916, should anyone want to bring in their Tobacco before the sales begin. Our Large New House is now about completed and we have spared no expense in making this one of the Very Best Plants to be found in any part of the country. The size of the buHding is 92 feet by 96 exclusive of the sheds and drive ways, besides we 1 are now erecting, another large building for the benefit of those who buy on this market. About all of our room Jias been taken by the buyers who have made arrangements to buy on this market. Some of the very best buyers in the country have rented room etc, and we will spare no trouble or expense to make this the Best Tobacco Market in Southern Kentucky. We are expecting a large part of the crop of Adair County, and we will do our very best to secure top prices for it. Our motto is "Fair ami Courteous Treatment to All." -- Address JOE Ul CURTIS, BurkSak,, "Wr"""" Ky..-fo- r further information. v "71 &," imvn vi". & FARM LAND acres of good lime stone land well watered, good dwelling and out buildings on public road, and in a good neighborhood. Price 84,200.00, one-ha- lf cash, the balance on easy terms This farm lies six miles S. E. of Columbia, Ky. FARM Of 100 acres of the best land in Adair county. Good dwelling, 2 good barns and outbuildings, mile from Cane Valley. Price $6,500. FARM Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Green river, 1 mile from pike now under construction. 52 acres river bottom. Good dwelling, barn and outbuildings, 2 good orchards. Price 83,000. 85,000. 124 acre farm, 2i miles S. W. of Dunn TOWN PROPERTY ville, in Adair, Casey, and Russell Nine room two story dwelling and 4 Main Street Beetween 6 & 7tn counties, reasonable good buildings, lot, situated on one of the best res good orchard, good spring, well water, dence streets in Columbia, near the 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow,-2square, barn and out buildings. A The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, very desirable home. A bargain. AMERICAN PLAN. Room3 Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. limestone land, 8600 to 8800 worth of Price on application. Single. $2 00 par day; 2 people. 2 00 each TSRooms. (With Meals) timber. Price 82,800. " " Speople. 2 25 " " 2 50 115 Acres of good land in a good 50 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X Single 3 CO " " 2people. 2 60 " 50 Front Rooms neighborhood, good buildings on pubon Dixie HighBooms With Private Bath: lic road, about 8 miles south of Colum- Roads, Russell County, way. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. Single 3 00 per day; 2 people, 2 75 " BORooms bia. Price $1,600. (Bargain) Single 3 50 per day; 2 people. S 00 " 60 Rooms saw timber. Price $1,200 ' 40 Acres lime stone land, very good 33 acres 11 miles from Columbia. 7 EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Batw but with Hot and Cold Rnnning Water. Single.$l 00 per day; 2 people 'JO 75each buildings, desirable place to live, 4J Meals) 75Rooms s acres bottom, balance fresh. (Without Single, 1 25 per day; 2 people 100 each 50Room3 miles southpf Columbia. Price $1,600 Single, 1 GO per day; 2 people 125 each land. Four room box house, well wa60FrontRooms , House and Lot: House with six tered Price S830. Rooms with Private Bath: rooms, good out buildings, good water ' Single, 1 50 per day; 2 people 125each 50Rooms Three houses, 7, 6, and 5 rooms, Single. 2 00 per day: 2 people 150 each and other conveniences, just out" of BORooms acre lots, good wells, in the town of town limits. Price 8850. Columbia, west of Graded School. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Gor. 6th and Main Sfs. . .House with 9 rooms just out of town Price $1,000 each. two shops, all buildings good, corapar-tivel- y EUKOPEA3T PLAN- - ONLY new. Price 81,900. Rooms With Private Balh, $1.50 up. Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 and up. 40 Acres of land.unnyproved (cheap Old Inn are Located In the Wholesale District and only a The Louisville Hotel and the residence) lying 3 milte N. W. of Co walk to the retail district and theaters. lumbia. Price $600.00. luuuauiMaummwfiUimtti Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. 30 Acres land, good uj.v resiaeuce, z 140 for house and lot near the pub lic square, good garden, good well, 1 16 Eaat riatkel Mreeif Between Firs! and Bro&k barn &c. Desirable place and is worth the money asked. Louisville, Ky. $1,500 for 58J acres of land lying 2 VV. of the town of Columbia, miles S. near the Glasgow road, new 5 room box house, good barn, good well in yard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in cultivation, ballance in timber, i cash the balance on time to suit purCenter & Jefferson Streets chaser. 7 acres of good limestone land. Louisville, Kentucky. Three room residence, two barn?, two AMERICAN PLAN good springs, one well, one of the best $3.00 and;$3.50 per day locations in Gradyville. Away from Bates $2.00 and $2.50 wifh hot and cold vater, Privithe creek. Price right. villi Private Bath, lego of Bath. Farm of 121 acres, 5 miles south of European Plan $1.00 and Up 45 'acres bottom, good Columbia. buildings, splendid oachard, well ALL MEAtR SOC watered. All in high state of cultiLocal and Long Distance Telephones vation. Price $4,000. in all Hooms. 75 acres of land in sight of Columbia, Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres A Blockjand a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. timber, fenced. $50 per acre. A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. FArm in Taylor county Consist- D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. ing of 200 acres, 30 or 40 acres bottom, 100 acres in woodland, 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, dwelling and Here is Good Place to Stop for Little Money barn. Situated 41 miles south of on Robinson creek. Price WILLARD HOTEL a Camp-bellsvill- e, LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisville, Kentucky. first-clas- COLTJMBI A, KY. three-bloe- k' ;. . miizz. 1 -- r 7i V . K' r ",., " ti. 'N ."' j !i r" . kAffRsPlT FV. . ) & m i 11 MMMMMMnMiMitaMMaM'fHNPI grt pr - .,- - w n - ' Bin ii -- - --V- i trmL'gucy'Kvw i"r7iff5aam-VffigTj- - " - . in fiaag&Mn &, 5a.ga.-- ffifl ABAifi SS K MSwa yisa Read I What Mansfield, Ky., Dec. 2, 1914. Your Friends Copper Bearing Iron Ranges Think tu 0 TESTIMONIALS The TESTIMONIALS The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. I am pleased to tell you that my Princess b the best stove Gentlemen: ever used. I have cooked biscuits in it in three minutes. It burns less wood and cooks quicker than any stove I have ever seen. If there ever was a stove perfect, it is a Princess. I have nevIf I had to buy 25 stoves I would want them all Princess. er "seen any stove that I would give my Princess for. It is a perfect stove ALLEN'S PRINCESS For Grace of Design, Fuel Econemy, Kitchen Comfort and Cooking Superiority, the PRINCESS is Unique. It's Exclusive and Patented Features Make it not Only Superior in It's Cooking Qualities but Durable, Dependable and Cleanly as Well. in every respect. Hoping that what I have said will be the cause of you selling a good many stoves and wishing you success, I remain a friend to the Princess. MRS. S. L. PHILLIPS. Mac, Ky., Dec. 7,1914. ,9amPbellsville, Ky., Dec. 7, 1914 Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. Dear Sirs: I will write you and let youknow how well pleased I --am with my.new Princess Range, which my father bought me a few days ago. It is sure a fine stove. I believe it is without a fault. 1 think it is as near perfect as a stove could be made. It is so easily kept clean and such an even baking stove. Will bum any kind fuel. Wood that our old stove would not burn at all just simply roars in this stove. And last, but not least, it is the cheapest and best looking stove on the market, and anyone wanting a range could not do better than buy a Princess Range. Wishing you success with your Princess stove, I beg to remain, The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. Gentlemen: The Allen Princess stove is the best I ever used. It gives satisfaction in every way. It develops heat more quickly, with .less fuel, tHan any other stove. It means well cooked food, served on time. Food placed in the warming chest will not dry out but stays moist and fresh, and the stove is so easy cleaned; no cracks and corners for dust and grease to accumulate. The reservoir is so nice; water never gets cold in it from one meal to another and it is easy cleaned. I would not exchange my stove for twice what I gave for it. Yours truly, ADA PEPPER Campbellsville, Ky., Dec. 3, 1914. The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky., Dear Sirs: I am certainly well pleased with my Allen Princess Stove. It bakes so nice. You do not haye to move your victuals from top to bottom of stove to bake. You can put your biscuit in top part of oven and when done, will be as nice brown on bottom as on top. Then the reservoir and warming closet are such conveniences. I think it requires less wood and will heat up just as quick as other and smaller stoves. I have been using your range eleven months and it has proven entirely satisfactory in every way. I will advise anyone, who is going to buy a Your friend, stove, to get an Allen Princess Range. All My Kitchen Worries J) "It Has Ended "V You, too, can be freed from the slavery of kitchen drudgery from 0 Yours truly, MRS. GEO. RIEDEL. iK ll&BIKE Coburg. Ky., Dec. 9, 1914. The Bucanan Lyon Co., Campbellsviile, Ky. I wish to recommend the Allen Princess Range to any Gentlemen: lady desiring to buy a stove. I think it one of the best and most beautiful stoves I have ever seen. Its cooking is so even and nice and requires less fuel than any stove I ever saw. Anyone desiring to buy a range; I think, will make no mistake in buying the Allen Princess Range. MRS. W. T. STUBBS. Mardis. Ky., 8PsS iu - make cooking seem so hard. All these go to the junk nile with the old otove when you put in one of themanvdisaDDoint- xnents and failures which H& fcg) iif ggsMM j The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. Dec 10. 1914. Allen!: fN3 dTJF fl,0 COPPER BCARINS CESS Gentlemen. 1 purchased one of your Allen Princess Ranges about fourteen months ago, and I cannot explain to you how well I am pleased with it. It is fine for any kind of cooking and will burn any kind of wood and takes less than any other stove. It is plain and easy to keep clean. I cannot recommend it high enough. Yours respectfully, MRS. J. S. HEDGESPETH. Gampbellsville, Ky Dec 5, 1914- The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. Gentlemen: The Allen Princess Range we think the best to be found RANGES For more than 20 years now these famous ranges have been making Southern homes happier and brighter by ending all the kitchen worries. It bakes quickly and thoroughly without even requiring the pans to be turned, because superior Princess construction radiates heat evenly throughout the oven. MRS. JOE HENRY CROUCH. Hatcher, Ky.. Dec 3, 1914. The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. Dear Sirs: I feel gratified to express my appreciation of the Princess "Range. For econemy in fuel, convenience and quick heating I do not think it can be excelled. I have been using the Princess Range for 18 months and am willing to Yours truly, give it the praise every opportunity 1 have. Triple asbestos-line- d walls that retain heat, save fuel and prevent body of the range from burning out. The heavy fire-bowork-savin- g linings cannot warp, and last years. Any woman who is x sectional still worrying along with the old style ranges should come in and let us features of Allen's tell her about the many time-- , money-- , and Princess Ranges. We're always glad to show you on the market. It take less fuel, making more heat, heats up in a short time.bakes quicker than any we ever had. It is easy to keep clean, being plain; no wavy places for dirt to collect. I can bake a batch of bread in forty minutes, the nicest brown. The warming closet keeps food warm and moist, while so many others dry up the food. MRS. SYLVIA B. HARGER. Willowtown, Ky.' Dec: 8, 1914-Th- e Write us at once for Price. t Campbellsville, Ky., Dec 3, 1914. The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. Have not been using the Allen Princess Range very long, Gentlemen: 1 find that it takes less fuel and cooks much quicker than any but in cooking other range I have ever tried and the reservoir is the only one I have had that the water would get even warm. I think this range the most economical in every way. SALLIET. CAMPBELL. Saloma, Ky., Dec. 7, 1914. Buchanan Lyon Co.. Campbellsville, Ky. I can highly recommend the Alletf Princess Range, bought Gentlemen: from the Buchauan Lyon Co. I have used it for over two years and it is as good as it was the day I bonght it. I have used several different kind of renges. Have also cooked on the Home Comfort, and say the Allen Princess Range is the best. No one will ever regret buying the Allen Princess Range. " Yours respectfully, MRS. W. H: YOUNG. ' Campbellsville, Ky., Dec 7, 1914. The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbelisville, Ky. Dear Sirs: I am glad I have the opportunity of telling you how well I am pleased with the Allen Princess Range. I have used it for two 'years and have found no fault, at all. It heats so quick, bakes so even, and is excellent for all kinds of baking. Then the leservoir keeps water" warm over night. It is plain and easy to keep clean. I only wish every housekeeper had an Allen Princess Range. Yours respectfully, MRS. INGRAM CAULKS Campbellsville, Ky., Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. Dear Sirs: We have used an Allen Princess Range for two years, and advise anyone, who needs a stove, to get this range, for it will burn either wood or coal. This range is worth its weight in gold to any woman in. MRS. W. A RUSSELL. Campbellsville, Ky., Nov. 30, 1914. Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. The Some time ago I bought of you an Allen Princess Range. Gentlemen: It has proved very satisfactory both in cooking and baking, I seldom raise Youre truly, the damper to bake! her kitchen. Yours truly, MRS. T. J. ESJES. Merrimac, Ky., Dec. 3, 1914. The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. I am writing to tell you how well pleased I am with my Gentlemen: Allen Princess Range. I wouldn't give it for any stove I ever saw. It .cooks better than any stove I ever used, and the victuals are better. I wouldn't have it taken out of my kitchen, and risk the chance of getting another that would cook as good, for $75,00. Oh! I am well pleased. MRS. G. V. MURRAY. Roachville, Ky, ., Dec. 3, 1914. Dec 5, 1914. The The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. Sirs: I have been using, for the past two years, one of your Allen Princess Stoves, which I am very much pleased with and am sure any house-keepwould be very much delighted tc possess an Allen Princess Respectfully, MRS. D. E. VANCE. Range. er MRS. MARTHA SWEEDEN. Dear sirs: I wish to compliment the Princess Range, bought of you. It heats quick and bakes so evenly and nice. It doesn't take any more, if as much, wood as a box stoves It is made so plain, makes it esy to keep clean. It is my choice of any range I ever saw. Respectfully, MRS. JOHN ROBERTS. Twenty years of range building has perfected these features. They mean both money and convenience to you. Study them. Materials the best. Workmanship the most skilled. Design the most attractive. Prices no higher than the average range. With a PEINCESS in your kitchen, you own an original range with an individuality of it's own, a 'range that others copy. Made exclusively by ALLEN MFG. CO., Nashville Tenn. Come to our store and see for yourself the range that has pleased thousands of women beyond their expectations the range that not only saves fuel, cooks and bakes BUT COSTS LESS. Nfk P HXClUSlVC 1 X P P nilC6SS 1 OHltSI - For Further Information And Price Write THE BUCHANAN - LYON CO., INCORPORATED. Gradyville. Nat Walker, deputy sherjff of Columbia, collected taxes at this place, from 3 to 6 cents per pound. Mr. Pendleton had about a car load engaged at 6 cents per pound and our farmers that did not have their cattle engaged, heard of him being in the community, drove their cattle to town and sold them to him at the present market price. He brought another car. Filmore Sparks and son, of Bed Lick, was ip our midst last Friday, looking after cattle. The grade of cattle in this section did not come up with the prices wanted for the cattle. Mr. Sparks is a fine judge of stock and buys largely in Metcalfe and Barren counties. Big Shows at Paramount Theater, tonight, Thursday night and Saturday night. You will be entertained. Head-of- f Campbellsville, Kentucky. A at prices last Friday. We had plenty of rain last week. Dr. J. A. Yates, of Edmonton, was here the first of the week. Mrs. W. L. Grady has about recovered from an attack of typhoid fever. N. Roach, the successful merchant of Toria, was here last Monday delivering cattle for the Greensburg's market. Luther G. Sneed, the man who was so badly wounded by gun shots, in Green Co., is reported to be improving at this time, and is on his road to recovery. , Our farmers have begun to gather their corn and we take it that we have over an average crop this season. There was a good crop of winter oats sown. The wheat crop has not all been sown. We take it that in this immediate community there will be over an average crop sown. When our farmers get through one crop we are sure that we have a bountiful supply of, this season, and that Is sorghum. We haveheni for sale on v Cough. the first sign of sore throat At tight chest or stuffed-uhead take a All-wint- er p Pine-Tar-Hone- That dose of Dr. Bell's pine-tar- , y. S soothing honey The healing and glycerine quickly relieve the congestion, loosen the phlegm and break up yourcold. Dr. Cell's ha&all the benefits of the heal""" ing aroma ron? , a pine forest, it is mrner. pleasant tomgee fdanti8eptlc. The J. F. PftDd Nf-Grswar- g, 'formula-prlth- e bottle tells why it re- overl8t"M onoay andfcraaaiyed lievesedlds and coughs. At Paull cattle at thiplace, urug uo., load ZDf. Plne-Tar-Honey t ev-ar- -- .e-- f av. The November American Magazine ized in your county. Send the names as soon as possible into Headquarters. Our time is limitChas. M. Schwab, the Bethlehem ed, we urge haste. We heartily welsteel man, has written a stimulating come all encouraging letters and calland inspiring article for the Novem- ers. Yours for continued PEACE AND ber issue called "Succeeding With What You Have". In it he gives you PEOSPERITY. Mrs. Hardy B. Ripy, the angle from which the boss looks at Chairman. his men. A new department called "Getting Ahead" is started and the public is in- Co nstipation Dulls Your Brain . vited to ask questions about how to That dull, listless, oppressed feeladvance in the business world. The ing is due to impurities in your sysmost helpful questions will be answer- tem, sluggish liver, clogged intestines ed in the pages of the magazine. Dr. King's New Life Pills jive There are several other good arti- prompt relief. A mild easy, non-gri- p cles, one of the best being "Weather ing bowel movement will tone up and Business," which tells how the your system and help to clear your elements affect business. muddy, pimply complexion.. Get a bottle of Dr. King's New Life Pills To the Ladies. at Paull Drug Co., 25c. A dose will make you cheerful Adv. at breakfastT Louisville, Ky , Oct. H, 191G. Services at the U. B. Church. Editor of The News; Please announce in a conspicuous place in your paper that the women Prayer meeting Thursday evening have opened Democratic Headquarters at J p. m. Preaching Sunday mornin Louisville at th& Seelbach Hotel, ing and evening at 11 a. m., and 7 p. where they will gladly welcome their m. All are cordially invited. friends. E. "G. Stover, Pastor. They hope and pray for the sake of Mr. J. Y. iWhite has sold his old peace and preventing tlli unnecessary b"bys, that a Wood-rofamily gray horse to Wolford Bros bloodshed of our Wilson Womeos' Leave be organ P rice, $65. He was sold at a bargain. to-da- Good Indian. Sheriff S.H. Mitchell met with a frightful accident last Thursday afternoon. He was leaving town, horseback, and when opposite the residence of Mrs. Mary Caldwell his horse fell, throwing Mr. Mitchell violently to the ground. He was not seriously hurt, but considerably bruised. y to-nig- ht w With all his faults, the American Indian in his best estate has the mighty virtues of loyalty and courage. A touching example of the nobility t)f character that many of them are capable of is given in the late John Muir's "Travels in Alaska." Mr. Muir describes the coming of missionaries to the Stickeen Indians of Fort Wrangell and their success in Christianizing them. The tribesmen, he says, were encouraged to accept the Christian faith by their head chief,-bu- t he told them he could not himself become a Christian, for this reason: "I wish you to learn this new religion and teach it to your children, so that you may all go when you die to that good heaven country of the white man and be happy.- - But, I am too old to learn a new religion; and, besides, many of my people who have died were bad and foolish people, and, if this word the missionaries have brought us is true, aS .1 think it is, many of my people must be In that bad country the missionaries call 'hell;' and I must go there also, for a Stickeen chief never deserts his people in time of trouble. To that bad country, therefore; IwlU go, and try to cheer my jieeple and help them as I cas t endure their'misery. " . For Sale. My farm of 200 acres, 3 miles northmile east of Columbia and one-hafrom Campbellsville pike. Call on 49-W. E Williams. lf 4t Mrs. J. S. Bead, of Nashville, who Is a daughter of Judge and Mrs. G. T. Herrlford, this place, underwent an operation one day last week. The operation was successful, and the patient is doing nicely. Dress jxakinq Over T. E. store. 48-t- f. Wag-gener- 's Prices reasonable. Georgia Faulkner. Despondency' When you feel discouraged and deup but take a spondent do dose of Chamberlain's Tablets and you are almost certain to feel all rightDespondency within a day very often due to indif settee aad bil iousness, for which, these tablets especially valuable. Obtainable Paull Drug Cet not-give or-tw- - o. - "1 i J . r , f 3 f THE ADAIR COflNTY NEW ., We have always demonstrated to the readers of the Adair County News that we compete most successfully 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 v- - L W. T. S. Band. Worth Careful Thought Do you read the label to know whether your baking1 powder is made from cream of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum The following named persons compose the brass band recently organized at the Lindsey-WilsoCapt. Dan J. Schroer, Instructor. Prof. P. G.. Chandler. n: SAYS OVEREATING BANKRUPTS MANY Physical Insolvency Awaits For Those Who Abuse Stomachs. v or phosphate? Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, clerived from grapes, and adds to the food only wholesome qualities! Other Daking powders contain alum or phosphate, both of mineral origin, and used as substitutes for cream of tartar because of their cheapness. Never sacrifice quality and for low price. healthful-nes- Lewis Jar vis. M. C. Steve isori. Jesse Stevenson. N. Thomas. Louie Feese. R. E. Smith. O Drake. 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 yards of V . Drake. Earl Davenport. Goebel Lewis. Charles Cook James E'rankum Fred Harris. H MEALS SHOULD PAY DIVIDENDS Tanlac Health Expert Chats In Novel scribes New Treatment Which 'Has Proved Tremendous Success Everywhere Introduced "Tired Feeling" No Joke. Way of Bodily Problems and De- Good Linoleum How Catarrh is Contracted. Mothers are sometimes so thoughtthe colds which their children contract. The inilaraation of- the mucus membranes, at first acute, becomes chronic and the child has chronic catarrh, a disease that is seldom cured and that may prove a Jife's burden. Many persons who have this loathsome disease will remember having had frequent colds at the time it was contracted. A little forethought, a little bottle of Chamber-Iain'- s Cough Remedy judiciously used, all this trouble might have been and avoided. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co Adv. less as to neglect - s with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York going to and from school. Harris purchased a Ford automobile from Sandusky Bros, last week. His children are now using it Mr. C. S. Local News. Monday morning of last week lightning struck the barn of Mr. Lee Calhoun, Sheriff of Russell county, killing a fine saddle horse and an extra good mare. The two animals were worth over three hundred dollars. Without saying one word against any attorney who practices at Russell bar, Mr. Lilburn Phelps and Mr. J. N. Meadows, who formed a partnership some months ago, make a strong firm. They have a large cliautage and are on one side of every important case that comes before the court. They have both been practicing since they reached their majority, hence they are learned in the law and are very attentive to business. Eoad working in Russell county is progressing very nicely, a large number of hands being at work on the stretch between Jamestown and Russell Springs. IpnmmtwwmmmHm mmwmmmmmmmmmm 1 The Golden Rule Nursery c: -- When You Take Cold. With the average man a cold is a serious matter and should not be trifled with, as some of the most dangerous diseases start with a common cold. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 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 contains no opium or other narcotics. ObAdv. tainable at Paull Drug Co. & S g c d j 5 S all of Fruit Trees and Small Fruit Plants by the Thousands the best Standard Varieties and many new and Special Varieties As good as can be produced Any Where at Any Price. You get them Home Grown, adapted to the Climate and Soil, Fresh and in Good Condition, and Full Value for every Dollar of Your Money. Come and see us. If- you can't come, write or phone. Let us know your wants. Every order - Mr W. T. Price, of this place, as speci" Commissoner, sold a house and lot i.i itussell Springs, property of the j latii Wm. Irvine, to the highest bidder, in Jamestown, the first day of the Russell circuit court It was 23 by W. II Irvine, consideration, bought 8870. ZZ -- 3 5 3 "Are your meals paying you diviHubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, incorporated. dends?" "Or are they plunging you Into 522 & 524 W. Market St., physical bankruptcy?" These were novel questions the Tan Louisville, Ky." lac health expert recently asked. He continued: "Every meal you eat should give you more than "mere satisfaction of your hunger. It should add to your supply of blood, bone and muscle. It should give you more strength, more vigor, more vitality to carry you pleasantly and profitably through life. GREENSBURG, IKENTUCKY, "Tired Feeling" No Joke. "You will notice that some people never get plump. No matter how much or how little they eat, they remain scrawny and thin. They are weak, anemic, easily exhausted, and afflicted with 'that tired feeling,' which is no joke, hut a symptom of dangerous illness on the way. Such people are seldom happy. They are always weary, and often nervous and Irritable. R.i f "They don't sleep well. Their stomjfeg w 'yjWTMHMMti j ach is a source of constant distress and discomfort. Belching and bloating from gas, headaches, dizziness. Indigestion, dyspepsia, pains in the back, and other ailments keep them almost constantly miserable. Tanlac Great Success. With Genuine Enthusiasm introduces to your kind consideration "Tanlac. the new tonic which has Passenger Touring Car. See been having such wonderful success the Chevrolet "Baby Grand", a Five everywhere it has been introduced, is It and you will Want It. Want It and you will Buy It. Write for designed to relieve disorders which Cuts and Specificatifns. Write for the Car Itself. We will send have their origin in a run down condiit to youlfor you to see it. tion of the digestive and assimilative organs. Its success as a reconstructive tonic, appetizer, invigorant and revitalizcr depends in large part upon its having aided digestion and proa moted assimilation, so that food taken " into the system becomes a benefit. When the stomach and other digestive organs are in good condition, the foundation of health has been laid." Woodson Lewis AGENT FOR. I CHEVROLET MOTOR OARS TOv 5j S: ST p3j "ZZ will be accompanied by a Certificate of Inspection by the State Entomologist. 3 3 j C The Golden Rule Orchard and Nursery Co. (50-3- t- 1 J3 - 'EDMONTON, KY. tmiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiyaiiiiiiaaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiaiaiiiiiiiiiiiiii Tanlac, the master medicine and reconstructive tonic, is sold exclusively in Columbia, Ky.. by PAGE & HAMILTON. Other exclusive agents in nearby towns are as follows Crocus, Ky , J. P. Miller & Sons. Gresham. Ky., T C. Moore & Co. Cooper, Ky., Coffey Bros. Exie. Ky. L. G. Wilcox. Waterview, Ky., Thos. M. Allen. Coburg, Ky., C. H Jarvis. Olga, Ky., H. E. Loy. Adv. Price $750.00, Factory. .Complete with Electric Starter and Electric Lights that Light. Program. J. B. Jojvn.s HkA TIN WORK. I am Work, Vw ' prepared to do any kind of Tin Roofing, Guttering, &c. I urajKnTAKER ajjd embalmeh " COLUMBIA, ICY. Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to send out in a few minutes after receiving-orderNo extra charge for hearse. AH kinds of Robes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co Home Phone 52 A Residence Phone 13 B Business Phoe IS P . make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythinG in my line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. 1 8i "Goodies!" I rxrw The following is the program of the Convention of Christian churches of Adair county, which will convene at Milltown on Friday night before the fifth Sunday in October: 7: p. m. Devotional, Tobias Huffaker 7:15 Address by president, F. J. Barger. t 7:40 " "The Leadership of Christ" Tobias Huflaker. " Appointment of Committees 8: Saturday Morning 9: a. m. 9:15 " 9:35 10: S. E. Bridgwaters, eIS " " "' Daniel. "The Great Salvation" J. P. "Christian Stewardship" by W. Devotional. H. B. Gwinn. The Royal Mail, a Roadster of Wonderful Individuality. $750.00 Factory. Complete Lights and Starter: Price G. Montgomery. Address School Workers, W. E. 10:35 11: State And the Chevrolet "Four Ninety" a Car Built for Your Needs. A Car that will take the Hills. A Comfort, a Joy, and a Delight. Bible An Automobile. Three Speeds Forward, One Reverse. Electric Fra-zee. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Co Iumbia. All Classes of Dental work done. Crow dge and Inlay work a Specialty. DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Officr, Front rooms 'm Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. S All Work Guaranfeed goodies that just m your mouth light, fluffy, tender cakes, biscuits and doughnuts that just keep you hanging 'round the pantry all made with Calumet m-e-- ' l-t " 11:25 Need of County Evangelization, H. B. Gwinn "Bible Teaching on Tithing", Z. T. Williams. Lights Electric Starter. It Breeds Enthusiasm wherever it is seen. See It; Buy It. Write for cuts and printed matter. Write for the Car Itself. 88 1:30 p. m. Devotional, Sat dud ay Afternoon State Worker. Appointment of Committees "Importance of Better County Organization" C. C. Lloyd W. E. Frazee, Columbia, J. B. - Kentucky J. H. Stone Office over G. W. Lowe's Stone Shoe Store the safest, purest, most economical Baking Powder. Try it drive away bake-da- y failures." Received Highest Awards Kew Cook Book Free-S- W 1:45 2: 2:30 3: " " " " " " " " " WELL DRILLER AGENTS WANTED For America's Greatest Clothes Proposition. Suits and Overcoats $12.50 LESS NO MORE-- NO Best references required. No clothing experience necessary. All-Wo- ol Slip in Pound Can. ee Keports from the Churches and Bible Schools. "Has our Plea for Christian UrJion Been a Success?" W. G. Montgomery. "Why I Am a Christian Only" II. B. Gwinn. Keports of Committees and Election of Officers. ySjgBBraBBorattff I will drill wells in Adair an adjoining counties. See me be fore contracting. Latest improved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. s,Give mp a Call. KSSWG PoaA.: i1 b "36? 7: 7:15 Saturday Nigiit. Devotional, Lowe. Miss ' Leonora !C L. H. YATES Write Monogram Tailors, 131 East New York St., Indianapolis, Ind. C. C. Hauger, Prop. H. H. Haugher, Mgr. w rtxi BAKING POWO 7:25 7:40 8: "The Mother's Place in Missionary Training" Mrs. B E. Eowe. The Sin of Ignorance-Christian Mrs. Z. T. Williams. consideration we believe and enthusiastical"Woman's Place and Power After longland careful in Christian Service" Mrs. ly, that we have a Car that will please in every essential. The E, F. Eowe Engiee has the Power to carry the Car lany where. It has the Literature the Eeme-dy- ", Price $550.00 complete, Factory. Roadster $550.00 Factory. Alfo the "Four-Ninety" Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones DENTAL OTPBUCB 9:30 sion; Its Success; Its Plans; A Call for Eecrults for Its Service. TheC. W. B. M.; Its Mis- Dr. James Triplett OVER BAXJUL, DRUG CO. CHICAGO Sunday Morning .Looks, Graceful Streamliness, Comfortable and Easy Riding. We received the first car load last Saturday, we sold them out in three days. We have others. , Columbia, Ky. Special attention given Diseases of all OFFICE PHON1 PHOKB 29. RES Dbmestic Animals Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on At Mt. Sterling, county court day, Jamestown road. twelve thousand cattle were sold o n '. Phony 114 G. the .market. Prices ranged from 5 J "Golumbiai Ky. to 7i cents. Eye Specialist DENTIST 3 I Cheap and big canBaldngPowders do not save you money. Calametdoes it'sPurc and far superior to sour milk and soda. a. m. Sunday School, led by State Wdrker. Sermon, by State Evangelist 10.30 " H. W. Elliott. Communion. 'I keep on nands a fail stock of For a Muddy ComptexkM. ," Offering. coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Adjournment. Take Chamberlain's Tablets and Metallic Caskets, and Steel, Boxes and adopt a diet of vegetables and oeok. The kind of weather we.had-fo- r. two hearses. PromptnJjjvice night or Take outdoor exercise daily and jour 29, offlo several last week was- - very in- dayiWIlesidOTM&Enoae complexiofi will Be greatly Improved were con - nhnne 9oW Mobiles that juriousj ' within a few nianths. Try it. Ob- If . . Triptett, stantly r J. in baa weather f autoa,M 45-- 1 vr ' V , should v Colnmbia.,Ky.ltalnaWeatP?llIr,1Co- it under " TOODSOISr lewis s - . i shltv il ! , .1 I 1 sr 7 i r- - vpr-- . j&f -- 'V i L