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The Adair County news: November 1, 1916 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1916 ada1916110101_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: November 1, 1916 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. " t mmmm mtw$ VOLUME XX COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, -- T I WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER I. 1916, NUMBER I 'i Mrs. Margaret SKETCHES. Come and See. Program. 1 Painful Accident. Tucker, After an of Three Days, Sucillness cumbs to the Inevitable. FllNERALSERYICES LARGELY ATTENDED Y - i I Last Monday morning week, after returning from the homes of two neighbors, the subject of this writing was taken with a chill and also an at- tick of flux. She did not think, nor id the members of the family, that . le was seriously afflicted, but in a jw Iiouim she commenced rapidly to reaken, and it was soon evident that jhe could not live, and at 11 o'clock ivednesd.iv night, without a struggle, the crossed to the other side. She vas perfectly rational until a few ninutes before the end came. The deceased was born and reared in Columbia, and had she lived until the 0th of next March, she would have jeen 79 years old. Her parents, H. G. md Eliza Atkins, preceded her to the grave many years ago. She was twice married. Her first uiaband was Jas. E. Ewing, who was Iso a native of Adair, and her second husband was Alfred Tucker, of Boyle county. A few years after her marriage to Mr. Ewing they removed to Lebanon and entered the hotel business, remaining there several years, and from Lebanon they removed to Campbellsville, where they also engaged in the hotel business, and where Mr. Ewing died. After his death she returned to her home in Columbia, and in a few years thereafter she met and was wedded to Mr. Alfred Tucker, becoming a resident of Perry ville. After the death of her last husband she returned to Columbia where she remained almost steadfastly until the final dissolution. While she lived to a good old age, honored and respected byj all who knew her, she was young in disposition, and was perfectly happy when her home was full of young girls, and in ail of their enjoyments she took a deep interest. She had no malice and was never heard to speak an unkind word of any individual. Her death was a shock to the com-ranicy, and coming so sudden, all was over before more than half the people of Columbia knew that she was ill. She was a consecrated Christian and had been a member of the Methodist Church since her early girlhood. She was regular in her pew, only sickness and extreme bad weather preventing. She will be sadly missed, not only from the home, but by all neighbors. The deceased leaves two sisters, Mrs. Ada Schooling, of Salt Lake, Utah, aud Mrs. Kinnie Murrell, this place, the last named being Mrs Tucker's daily associate since the death of Mr. Tucker. She also leaves two nephews and several nieces, all of whom were devoted. The funeral services were held at the Methodist Church Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The discourse was preached by her former pastor, Rev. J. S Chandler, of Campbellsville, who paid a high tribute to her life and character. Kev. L. F. Piercy, the recently assigned pastor, assisted in the services. The building was full of sympathizing friends, At the close of the church services the remains were conveyed to the city cemetery where they were deposited by the side of loved ones. There were many beautiful white flowers, emblematical of the pure life lived by the deceased. Hon, W. T. Lasley, of Logan counts, made a good speech, at the courthouse, Monday night, in the interest of the Democratic party. Bob Hood writes us from Buffalo Per-ryvill- e, il Hart, III , stating that there was a snow storm on the 20th of October, but it did not continue long. He further sajs that every farmer is having his corn shucked, and that the men turn out 80 to 100 bushels per-dase-.ve- re y. Some women shuck, and that the best female shucker in his county is the wife of. Robert Dixon. She shucks 60 bushels per day. Wednesday and Thursday, this week, great change should be made on the a Dug Hill. Administrator's Notice. All persons owing the estate of the late Dr B. F. Taylor, by note or account., are hereby notified to call at mjptlice and settle. The business of theses tale must be closed in the next fewmooths. James Taylor, Administrator. ' . m i years, 9 months and 24 days old. His ;father was named John Sanders. Perlp3 some of the Sanders of this counVnow something about him. 9fi a copy of the Hillsboro, Illinois, paper containing an acco'iit of the death of Alvin Sanders, who died in Montgomery county, He was a 111 ,iOctober 19, 1916. Adair county, Ky.. and was We have received bf The C. W. B. M., Auxilliary will The people of Columbia were sorry You may hear of many new things. D. E. Hatcher. chapel meet with Mrs. Z. T. Williams Tues-- to hear of an accident which befell j yet if you never have attended Mr. L L. Eubank is back at his school you missed day, Nov. 7, at 2:30, p. m. The fol- - Mr. J. T. Goodman, at his home, post We have been writing sketches of at Lindsey-Wilso- n at the Paull Drug Co. Rowena, Russell county. He was in traveling men for two mouths and we i ir. all. Something ne.v each morning, lowing program will be given! Mr. Fred Hill left this morning, to I the second story of his ham, and a are yet not through. This week we j something you never dreamed of. Song. plank gave way and he fell to the spend two days in Louisville. Devotional Mrs. B. E Rowe. Yesterday, Oct. 25th we had a great take up D. E. Hatcher, who is known Judge W. W. Jones spent a day or i lower floor. county Business Period-One of his collar bones Huffaker, to all the merchants in his territory surprise Bro. Roll call responded to by giving were broken and he was otherwise two of last week in Jamestown. as "Neigh- school superintendent came over and and to the people generally Miss Mabel Hindman visited Miss bor" Hatcher. He has beeu on the gave a most wonderful address His name of some missionary in Mexico, ; badly bruised. His son, Raymond, who is in the Lindsey-Wilsowas Mary Caldwell, of Milltown, last forty years, traveling talk helped and benefitted all. What, Jamaica or Argentina. road for about Offering. called home. It is hoped that Mr. week. in different lines, but for shoes longer was the most surprising was r,he newTalk or paper by Mrs. W. B. Rowe Goodman will not be long in recover-than, any other branch of business. ly formed quartette of the Lindsey Mr Ray Montgomery has about re ' For some years he has been the rep- band, consisting of P. G. Chandler, Topic ''Coming cf Spain to America; irig. covered from an attack of acute indigestion. resentative of John J. Schulteu & Co., Lewis Jarvis, Noel Thomas aud Capt. motives and effects." Bargains. hearts were filled Bible Stud v by Mrs. Brack Massie n shoe house of Louisville, Schroer Man a Mr H. K Alexander, Burkesville, and he has sold an immense loo of with emotion while the sweet strains "The use. of the. Psalms j wi se Me and was here last Thursday, taking orfor 30 d Hidden Answers i September Tid- -, Boys Clothing at COSt for fciSh, ders from our grocers. goods in this part of Kentucky. He of Nearer My God to Thee rolled out, R. F Howe surely this band of you men ought to ings-- Mrs lives at Glasgow, and his territory except Overalls. Messrs. Hoskins Brockman and Forby frequent visits. Readme by Mis Lau.Coffey-''T- he be. encouraged, embraces twelve or fifteen counties. T. E. Waggener. 522t est Sharp, Amandaville, were here a ' He is a very companionable gentle- Thy vvill soon be ready for a concert. Call of Chris- to Me." few days of last week. To Trustees. j Song . tie is an man, and after business hours ' Spokes Wanted. Mrs. J.N Page returnpd last week, Benediction. entertainer on any subject that-raigh- t Thf newly elected trustees will uor from a six week'.s visit to her daughbe advanced. His genial disposition Wanted, Dried beans, Irish The Adair Spoke Company is now has made him a host or fiiends, and receiving hickory and White Oak toes, butter and apples at the Lima- - take office till the first Saturday in ter and grandson, Monticello. March 1917. On that day they and Miss Catherine Willis,who lives in he is popular with all the merchants spokes, same kind as heretofore and sey- - Wilson. the trustees who hold over for an-- ! the Zion neighborhood, and who has he sells He represents a house that ar. sam" prices Moss & Chandler. other year will meet at the Superin been quite sick, is improving. ,. handles the best brands of goods, E VV. Wellington. 4t tendent's office. The new trustees COWMSIOSIER'S 5ALE hence he takes a delight in showing Mrs. Jas. Butler is lying very low. will then be sworn in. They and the COMMISSIONER'S SALE samples. Aside from the busiuess he Her brother, Mr. W. J. Callison. of trustees holding over for another year Middiesboro, is ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT represents, he takes time to read the at her bedside. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY will then elect a chairman and a secthere is not current events, and Mrs Nancy Purcell, of Leitchfield, OF KENTUCKY. N. M. Tutt retary for each division. The old re) Pltff. a better posted man on the political y Pltff. ) J. L. Miller, vs tiring trustees will hold office till Ky , is visiting ner nieces, Mrs. L. C. issus, now engaging the minds of the VS ) Bill Nick Smith &c. Deft. March and will sign all reports and Hindman and Mrs H A Walker, of people of the United States, and fur- W B Milier&c Deft. . By virture. of a Judgment and Order manage all school affairs till that this place. thermore, he keeps up with the doings By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- time. Messrs. R. F. Paull, Allen Walker, Respectf ullj , in Europe. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- dered at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1910, Fred Hill and W. L. Gradv attended Tobias Huffrker, Supt. The people of Columbia are always dered at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1916, in the above, cause, for the sums of Judge Thurman's sale at Springfield, glad to see Mr. natcher, and he never in the the above cause. I shall proceed S250 11 and-S- 10 The New Baptist church at Camp- last Saturday. with the interest at lacks for company when at the hotel. to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e of G per cent, per annum from bellsville was dedicated last Sunday, the rate Mrs. Geo E. Wilson is in Louisville We trust that his business may con- door in Columbia, Ky , to the highest the 2fS;.h day of Sept., 191G, until paid, an immense crowd of people being this week, attending the General tinue to grow, aud that he will not bidder, at Public Auction, on Mon- and $102 30 costs herein, I shall pro- present. Rev. Giiliand, of Tennessee, Grand Chapter of the order of East-erun out of red cedar as long as he re- day, the 6th day of Nov., 1916, at one ceed ro offer forsale the court-houspreached the dedicatory sermon. Beat Star Masons mains upon the road. o'clock, p m., or thereabout (being door in Columbia, Ky , to the highest fore beginning he announced that Mr. Ed N. Caldwell, Glasgow, was Do not fail to hear Hon. El wood County Court,) upon a credit of six bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, there was a balance of ten thousand in Columbia and out in the county, in propHamilton discuss the issues, from a months the following described the 0th day of Nov., 1910, atone o'clock dollars due on tiie building, the entire the interest of the North Western A certain tract of land p. Democratic standpoint, at the court- erty, in., or thereabout (being county cost beiug about forty thousand. The situated in Adair county, Ky., on the courr,) upon a credit of six months balance was quickly contributed. Af- Mutual Life Insurance Company last house Monday, November 6, at 1 waters of Pettits Fork on the Colum- the following described property, ter the discourse the entire assembly week. . o'clock p. m. boundMrs. J. O. Russell, who has been an bia and Edmonton road and is Two certain tracts of land sit- was dined in the basement by the For Sate. ed by the lands of John Pennington, uated in Adair county, Kentucky, on good people of Campbellsville and Tay- invalid for several months, was out to Robert Conover, Rev. J. I have a 15 H. P., J I Case Engine William A. Johnston,widow Troutmau, the water.-- of Butler's Fork, nf Rus-e- l lor county. A large delegation from hear general S. Chandler last Sunday. condition remains about Columbia and out in Adair were in at- Her Threshing Ma- William Turner, and and a new Peerless l's creek. The tirsr. tract contains the same as last reported. tendance. run only 5 weekfc, containing 50 acres. A right of way 8 21 acres moie or less, aud fhe chine which has been Mrs R L Bunnell, of Hardy ville, and both up in good shane, that 1 feet wide is reserved over this land second tract contains 22 acres EdCOMMISSIONER'S SALE. who came to visit her sister, Mrs. J. want to sell. Any one desiring to from a point on the Glasgow aud Said lands are less. more or N. Murrell, last Tuesday, was called buy said property, call on me or write monton road to the lands of W G. bounded as follows: On north by the Turner. For more complete descrip- lands of Bud Wilson, on the east, by the ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT home on account of the sudden and me at Donansburg, Ky. OF KENTUCKY. serious illness of her husband She II C. Wright tion reference is made to the Judg- lands of Chas. Browning, on the south Margaret Isbell &c, Pltff..) ment aud order of aaie. For the pur by the lands of Ambrose Spradlin and left for home Friday morning. vs. Lucian Brockman, who was charged chase price, the purchaser, with apMrs. Elltn Holladay, 'who was operwith being implicated in removing in- proved surety or securities, must exe on the west by the lands of W. S. J. D Irvin, Admr., &c, Deft ) Ilindman, and is the same laud owned By viiture of a Judgment and Order ated on at St. Anthony's Hospital, is dictments frcm the Russell county cute Bond, bearing legal interest from circuit clerk's office, was given a trial the day of sale until paid, and having by the widow of Kirby Smith deceased. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- improving slowly. Her son, Mr. ArTerm, For at Jamestownlast week aud acquitted the force and effect of a Judgment. ence more complete description refer- dered at the September cause, I there- thur Holladay, who accompanied her is made to the judgment and of, 1916, in the above shall there, has returned, her daughter, The Jury was from Casey county. Bidders will be prepared to comply order of sale. Or sufficient thereof to proceed to offer for sale at the. Court- Mrs. E. G. Flowers still remains with Don't forget to be on Dug Hill Wed- promptly with these terms produce the sums of money so ordered house door, in Columbia, Ky., to the her. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. to be made For nesday and Thursday this week. the purchase price, highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Do not fail to hear Governor Rlack the purchaser, with approved surety Monday, the 0th day of November Foot Ball. For Sale. or securities, must execute Bond, bear- 1916, at one o'clock, p. m., or therenext Saturday afternoon. A large crowd saw a very hard coning legal interest from the day of sale about, (being County Court,) upon a A lot of good church benches, made Wanted. paid, and having the force and credit of six months, the following de- tested game of foot ball here Saturday; until of the best poplar lumber, several t: A lot of when Springfield lined up against windows, doors and blinds. See Ford cars. effect of a Judgment Bidders will be scribed property, Two or three second hand The Lindsey boys prepared to comply promptly with land or town lot in the town of Co- Lindsey-WilsoWalker Bryant, Dr. Jame Triplett or Myers 5s Son. lumbia, Adair county, Kentucky, with fought hard from the first and finally these terms. C. S. Harris. Wednesday, is the time set W. A Coffey, Master Cojimissioner. residence, livery barn, and other im- piled up 32 points to their opponents 52-provements thereon, situated on Mar- 0. Will Cundlff led in gaining ground to begin work on the Dug Hill. EvNotice. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ery body on the Stanford road and adket street; commonly called Burkes- - for the local boys while Ed Hill was ville street; and bounded as follows: strong on the defensive. The game jacent to it ought to show up in good of County Warrant No. Beginning at a stone at the edge of was more interesting than usual beThe ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT faith. Not only the people in that vi- 4266 holder issued for $4.25 to Mrs Eliza Bar-ne- tt Market street, corner to Junius Han- cause many people thought SpringOF KENTUCKY. cinity but the people of Columbia at the October term, 1015, of the cock's lot; thence with a' line of same field would win on account of the comKate Alexander, Plff, ought to help make this piece of road. vs Adair Fiscal Court, will present same S , 43, E. 12 poles and 15 links to a parative scores each team had made It means to much to allow it to fail. to me at once for payment, aud same Taylor Wade, Dft. b auk locust, said Ilaucock's corner, in against Bloomfield. , By virture of a judgment and order Bring a sharp ax, shovel or pick and will not draw iuterest from this date. a line of the. George J. Reed lot; thence Lindsey-Wilson- 's $ine up was: render- in two days if enough men take up cf sale of Adair Circuit Court, im- This October 31st, 1916. with said line, S., 47, W., 5 poles aud 7 Willis, centet; Bowen, left guard; Hill, ed at the September term, thereof, this work we will have a great J. R Garnett, t, links to said Reed's corner at the edge right guard; Powers, left tackle; 1916, in the above cause, for the sum provement well under way. Treasurer of Adair Co., Ky. tackle; Bsster, left end; right of Fortune street; thence with FortuneJ ofSlOO with the interest at the rate The Basket Ball team from the street N , 43, W., 12 poles and 15 links Mitchell and Vaughn, rigtitend; Jar-vi- s, n Bryant & Shively, the of 6 per cent., per annum from the Jamestown Graded School got badly quarter back; Popplewell, full 22nd day of January, 1913, until paid, left here last Friday night. The opticians and jewelers or Campbells- to the edge of Market street; thence N., 7, E , 5 poles back; Faulkner, left half back; Can-dif- f, and $55.60 costs herein, I shall proceed High School team, of this place, was ville, Ivave an advertisement In The with Market street right half ba'ck. ' to offer for sale at t he court house in fine shape, defeating the visitors by News this week. This is a very reli- and 7 links to the beginning, containing about 72 and half square poles door in Columbia, Ky.. ro the highest a score of 59 to 8. A large audience able firm, handling only the best of The opening of the Greenstarg Uese bidder, at public auction, on Monday witnessed the contest. The visiting goods. Trade from 'Adair aud adjoin- For the purchase price, the purchaser, Leaf House has been changed fros Oct the 6th day of Nov. 1916, , at one club remained over to witness the foot ing counties is solicited They will with approved surety or securities, 30th, to Nov. the 9th. have a magniliceut display of Christ- must execite Bond, bearing legal ino'clock p. m., or thereabout (being ball game between the Lindsey-Wilso- n from the day of sale until paid, County Court.) upon a credit of six at the Baptist Church. aud the Springfield High School mas goods in due time. Write or call terest and having the force and effect of a Meeting months the following described prop- team, which terminated 32 to noth- and see them. Judgment. Bidders will be prepared Tuesday night, erty t: J. ing in favor of the Lindsey-WilsoRev. J. S Chandler, of Campbell-ville- , to comply promptly with these terms. his singer will begin a A certain tract of land situated in who is one of the strongest minW T. Price, Special Commissioner Ladies are invited to hear Gov. meeting at the Columbia Baptist Adair County, Ky., on the waters of court house, next Satur- isters of the Louisville Conference, 50 acres, adjoin- Black au the Church. Every body cordially invit i Dry Fork, containing Prayer meeting Thursday at 7 p. m. ed to and who is a great favorite of the peoing and adjacent to the lands of Isaac day afternoon. attend. The music will be con- -' 7 p. 11 Sandusky Bros informs us that they ple of Columbia, where he praached Preaching Sunday at a. m. and ducted by Prof. Frank E. McGravey. Taylor, Arch Collins and M rs. Daniel years, tilled(the pulpitrof the m., at TJ B. church. Aarons, a description of said land by are now building a Ford garage near for three Methodist church here last Sunday From OKlahoma. conmeets and bounds will be on file with their planing mill on the street From, Indigestion Reand forenoon. The building was crowded, Sufferer the papers in this action on day of necting with the Stanford road lieved. Bartlesville, Oct. 20, 16. discourse was desale. Also onb bay mare about 9 years Campbellsville pike. It will be 40 by and a most excellent V taking Cnarnberlain's Tab- Mr. C. S. Harris: "Before livered. 80 feet and equipped in every particuold 14 hands high lets my husband suffered for several I am enclosing draft for $5.00, ac- -t Mr. EI. K Pickett, of Sulphur City, years from indigestion, causing him cording Or sufficient thereof to produce the lar to serve the public. A full and to statement. Of course I of repairs for Ford ma- Ark., writes: ' Enclosed find $1 to keep to have pains in the stomach and dis- could not do sums of money so ordered to oe made. complete line without the News.. Tabthe News coming to my address. We tress after eating. Chamterlain'sright-away- While there is often the sad mortuary For the purchase price, the purchaser, chines will be kept in stock and relieved him of these spells will be given day or night. They learn of things through the medium lets with approved surety or securities, writes Mrs Thosmas Casey, notice the gathering to their fathers are agents for the Ford, believers in of its columns that we would never Geneva, N Y. Obtainable at Paull of many of my old friends; it also must execute bond, bearing legal inAdv. terest from the day of sale until paid, the Ford and directing their energies know otherwise. I want to see old Drug Co. brings cherry reports of plenty and Kentucky roll up an overwhelming having the lorce and effect or a in its sale and equipments and A. R. Foley's distillery, in Russell happiness among you, which, after all, Wilson, as we will in Ar- county, was burned Sunday night. It judgment. Bidders will be prepared Hon Elwood Hamilton, will ad- majority for is the main thing. to comply promptly with these terms. dress the voters of Adair county, at kansas. is believed to have been the work of I trust that there will be no let up W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. the court-housJ. B. Cave dug into a warf rat's an incendiary. The machinery was until you secure the R. R-- With in the Interest of the your almost invariable good seasons Hon. Walter L Clemens will ad' Democratic party, at 1 o'clock, p. m , nest last week Besides the old oue, all destroyed. young oues, three blue e he found six betUr-shippindress the voters, in the interest of Monday, November 6; Turn out For all kiuds of telphone repairing and enterprising farmers with is a and three white. He had two of the facilities your output could Woodrow Wilson, at Glenville, Thurs ery body and hear him work, call on P. E. white-oneon exhibition in Columbia. and Electrical day afternoon, November 2d. Do not speaker of ability. guaran- - soon be double or thcibblecL Being Moss, Columbia. All work in a- veritable Sahara I can the better 52-fail to hear him. On the same date Ball Chief, recently purchased by C. The News will not be puplished teKi. Phone No. 189 A. appreciate what yon are enjoying; and he will speak at Breeding at 7 p. m D. Cheatham, will make the season of next week until Wednesday Bv hold- 1 keep on nands a tull stock of Give him big audiences. He is a good one, ing the paper back a day we win hoi coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep could do under nroper pressure id an 1917 in Columbia. . Trulyv enabled to give the result of the nat--j Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and agricultural way. A. S. Chewning's sale was well at registered. M. F.. Dudley. . Jonal election. twi hearses. Prompt service night or tended on the 25th ult. Some stock Phelps Bros , of this place, bought Residence Phone 29, office Mr. John Richard Keltner, a prom- dav. Come in and hear Gov. Jas. DBlack sold fairly well and some did not bring 26 head of shipping cattle, in Cumberat the court house aaxt Saturday at 1 so much as it should. Everything land aud Adair, last week at 3 to 5J inent citizen, of the Keltner section, phone9S. " 45-- 1 J. F. Tdptett, yr died very suddenly on the 26th ult. offered went. Columbia, Ky. O U1UUK. cepts, , Personals. . vI ! n, : 5- - t well-know- ! : rf, I -- to-da- y m e to-wi- t: to-wi- t: Ml to-wi- n. l-- To-da- 3t Bur-chet- l-- 2t well-know- to-wi- Oct-31,Re- n. B;Da-Garmoa- nd - ser--vice ," e, ev-H- s 3t - ' V H ' m A ADAtR coimn condition. Why make a change? We know from his acts that - BYTlfe President Wilson stands for the : Mair Count; News Company great cdmmon people, and is against the bloated bond holder. ( INCORPORATED.) Then why not vote to CHAS. S. HARRIS. Editor. him? fttriisfced fevery Wednesday re-ele- Ihe history newsi litcountry was of this Mtion, never in better the S tS&i&tl$ '4SiS2immmmmwsmmm M aBAiR doditoV n!w8 bs - - 'ibii ' ijk t , miias ii - 1 1 1 , tftfvrwir-i?aCBia- haiA. vavratJl 4U 111 MM ct iff'- Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest f the City of Columbia and the people of Adair wad adjoining counties. EV Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. Post-offi- as second SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. NOV- - 1, 1916 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President. WOODROW WILSON, Democratic principles are the best safe guards to human liber ty, and when we have a man the head of affairs, at Washington, who has accomplished much for the farmer and laboring classes in all walks of life, why should he be exchanged for an untried man? We know what Wilson has done; we know what he has promised, and we know that he will keep his promises. J J J J J J 5 at J 2 Saved Girl's Life Black-Draught," "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit ceived from the use of Thedford's I have" re- - writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without BM AriitiiMPiiin m THEDFORD'S . i Mi 1 of New Jersey. For Vice President. THOMAS B, MARSHALL, of Indiana. For Congress. -. HARVEY HELM, of Lincoln Count). ANNOUNCEMENT. For Sheriff. N We are authorized to announce W. B. a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, PAT-TESO- And now they have got former President Taft going Incorporated around making the charge that is a force bill. the pack is now yelping Tha whole m in unison to that effect, but the people see the purpose. Wilson Windows. Doors, Blinds, Mouldings. Columns, and the Democratic Congress Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog prevented the strike, and did so because the interest of the counMrs. Ernest Flowers is at the bed- it has reached the third generation. the side of her mother, Mrs. Ellen Holla-da- Ic is over a hundred years old, but is try demanded it, not because ) who has been quite sick. well preserved and is a beautifel piece brotherhoods forced it. It was a Rates 1 .00 PHONE Cumb. Main 9 41 Hume Oily 2291 of work. Miss Julia Lloyd, who is teaching by a master hand, master stroke Mr. and Bessie, little daughter and saved the country great loss school at Bloomington, was at home Mrs. Toma Bryant, has beenofquite sick last Saturday and Sunday. She was 'SAFETY FIRST" and suffering. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. G. Cur- - for the past week. eight-hour-law in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black-Draug- ht It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. U-6- Birdseve view ot our Plant "Largest in Dixie." W. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Louisville, Kentucky. iCii!ft y, Sour-Stomach- ? WHOLESALE 1 50-75-- subject to the action of the Rupublican primary of 1917. , Mrs. Evertt Montgomery has in her The Elizabethtown the horrors of war to please the possession a beautiful hand embroid-eriethat Wilson is a man of peace, jingoes or to make speculation white counterpane which is the t while Hughes is a piece of a work of her grandmother, on her fabecome remunerative. The man. country seems willing to leave it ther's side. This counterpane has been handed down through the family until d all News says We must not be thrown into President Wilson said at OmMrs. Mattie Holladay, daughter and night last week with her ready to sons, Lois and James, and Messrs. Mollie Willis. aha that America is as fight as any nation, but its cause Forest Willis and Burton "iates, atAssociation at Palistine Do You Have must be just. That's the thing. tended the last week. 'Mrs. Martha Holladay spent one sister, Mis. Note! Watkins "In the Heart of Loui5villo" TELEPHONES IN ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODERN If you are troubled with sour stom- CONVENIENCES ach you should eat slowly and masti cate your food thoroughly, then take h one of Chamberlain's Tablets supper. Obtainable at after Adv. Paull Drug Co. imme-diatel- EUROPEAN PLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th EVERYTHING IN Louisville, Ky. Next Tuesday will be the election. Go to the polls, stamp under the rooster, and he will do the scratching. to President Wilson, and there is every indication that he will be given four more years of power to keep it out of war with the honor that has attached to all his dealings with other nations. More praise has been accorded Woodrow Wilson than any other Now Lookout. man who has occupied the execWhen a cold hangs on as often haputive chair at Washington. be. policies of the greatlieve in the est living American, Woodrow Wilson, be at the polls next as &"$!.. hath .,. ft w r& .' V. w Bu o &,. affair ww & iv "& &' 5 inte: W If you are a Democrat and r 7 Tuesday. pens, or when you have hardly gotten over one cold beforeyou contract anoth er, lookout for you are liable to contract some very serious disease Thi3 succession of colds weakens the system and lowers the vitality so that you are much more liable to contract chronic catarrh, pneumonia or consumption. Cure your cold while you AH honor to the man who has can Chamberlain's Cough Remedy J kept this country out of war, has a great reputation. It is relied thereby saving the lives of thou- upon by thousands of people and never sands and thousands of the disappoints them Try it. It only costs a quarter. Obtainable at Paull young blood of the nation. Drug Co. Adv. ml VC7 N. M. It is a tonic that restores the balance to your bodily functions, clears away the waste matter in your system, and keys you up to increas ed effort and better nealtn. ivor nearly nan a ceniury roousanas have found it a valuable aid in all catarrhal conditions, 'lheir experience points the way for you. PERUNA has stood the test that proves it3 value. Tablet form is convenient for quick administration. Pleasant to take and easy to carry with you. Monalin Tablets are the ideal laxative. They correct the habit o( constipation, arouse the liver and nelp tne kidneys. Your druggist bar tsem. The Peruua Company, Columbus, Ohio Clear out the congestion that has disturbed your breathing and weakened your digestion, and all the bodily processes to do their full in cold weather, and thus build yourself up share to perfect health. PERUNA IS INVIGORATION ROOFING sphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO- Incorporated -- fflfflmmfflfflnmimnnnn!!? good springs, a good well. Price $700. 3J miles N, W. of Columbia. $800 Kentucky will elect ten DemJoppa. ocratic Congressmen next Tuesday. The Eleventh district will We are certainly enjoying the pretty elect the same individual that it weather we are having now. has been in the habit of electing. Prof. R. O. Cabbell is teaching a Tutt G. R. Reed tun 140 singing schoobat Cyclone this week. DEALERS Miss Kathreeu Willis, who has been Woodrow Wilson is a man who following Property for Offer the is capable, and has the interest sick for the past two weeks, is no bet- & REED BF.ATj estate Sale: ter at this writing. of the United States at heart. Mr and Mrs. Avila Sullivan have Vote for him, elect him, that he gone to Russell county to attend the may continuevto accomplish great funeral of the latter's grandfather, Mr. achievements. Tim Leach. The Farmers Loose Leaf ' Tobacco Company INCORPORATED BURKESVILLE, KENTUCKY. Will Open For Business, Nov. 16, 1916. Our Sales will begin on ihe 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 building is 192 feetby 96 exclusive of the sheds and drive ways, besides we are now erecting another large building for the benefit of those who buy on this market. About our room has been taken by the j 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 all-o- FARM LAKD 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-hacash, the balance on easy terms This farm lies six miles S. E. of Columbia, Ky. FARM Of 100 acres of the best laud in Adair county. Good dwelling, 2 good barns and outbuildings, i mile from Cane Valley. Price $6,500. FARM Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Green river, 1 mile from pike now 52 acres river under construction. bottom. Good dwelling, barn and outbuildings, 2 good orchards. Price, lf for house and lot near the public square, good garden, good well, 1 16 Eaal MatKet Mreer Between First and Brook barn &c. Desirable place and is worth the money asked. Louisville, Ky. $1,500 for 58i acres of land lyhig 2 miles S W. of the town of Columbia, 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 Center & tleffepson Streets cash the balance on time to suit purchaser Kentucky. Louisville, 7 acres of good limestone land. Three room residence, two barns, two AMERICAN PLAN good springs, one well, one of the best Rates $3.00 and $3.50 per day and $2.50 virh $2.00 locations in Gradyville. Away from with Private Bath. hot and eold water, Privi the creek. Price right lege of Bath. Farm of 121 acres, 5 miles south of European Plan Si. OO and Up 45 acres bottom, good Columbia. AXiTj .ME.AJVR GOC buildings, splendid oachard, well watered All in high state of cultiLocal and Long Distance Telephones vation. Price $4,000. in all R.ooms. 75 acres of land in sightof Columbia, Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. timber, fenced. $50 per acre. WILLARD HOTEL -- FAkm in Tavxor countv Consisting of 200 acres, 30 or 40 acres bottom, 100 acres in woodland, 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, dwelling and barn Situated 4J milessouth of on Robinson creek. Price $3,000. 124 acre D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. .'r. Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money Camp-bellsvill- e, $5,000. 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 and Courteous Treatment to AIL" Addiess JOE U. CURTIS, Burkesville, Ky., for further wformation. ''"(' & memm -' TOWN PROPERTY Nine room two story dwelling and lot, situated on one of the best res dence .streets in Columbia, near the square, barn and out buildings. A very desirable home. A bargain. Price on application. 115 Acres of good land in a good neighborhood, good buildings on public road, about 8 miles south of Columbia. Price ?1,000. (Bargain) 40 Acres lime stone land, very good buildings, desirable place to live, 4 miles south of Columbia. Price $1,600 House and Lot: House with six rooms, good out buildings, good water and other conveniences, just out of town limits. Price 3850. House with 9 rooms just out of town two shops, all buildings good, compar-tivel- y new. Price $1,900. 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap residence) lying 3 miles N. W. of Columbia. Price S(00.00. 30 Acres land, good new residence, 2 farm, 2 miles S. W. of Dunn ville, in Adair, Casey, and Russell counties, reasonable good buildings, good orchard, good spring, well water, 70 acres cultivation, G acres in meadow, 20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, limestone laud, $600 to $800 worth of timber. Price $2,800 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X Roads, Russell County, on Dixie Highway. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. LOUISVILLE HOTEL & .T' r Main. Street Beetween 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. $2 00 per day; 2 people. f2 00 each iSRoOms (With Meals " " 2 50 " " 2people. 2 25 50 Single 3 CO " " 2people. 2 60 f, 50 Front Rooms :j Kooms With Private Hath: Single 3 00 per day; 2 people, 2 75 " 50Rooms Single 3 50 per day; 2 people. 3 00 "? 60Kooms r EUROPEAN PLAN. Kooms Without Batw but with Hot and Cold Running Water. j Single. $1 00 per day; 2 people $0 T5 each 75Rooms (Without Meals) Single, 1 25 per day; 2 people lOOettK 50Rooms Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 125ea&C SOFrontRooms I Rooms with Private Bathf Single, 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each .50 Rooms Single. 2 00 per day; 2 people ISOeach 50 Rooms saw'timber. Price 81,200 33 acres H miles from Columbia. 7 s acres bottom, balauce f rest first-clas- land. tered Four room box house, well waPrice $830. Three houses, 7, 6, and 5 rooms, acre lots, good wells, in the town of Columbia, west of Graded; School. ' Price $1,200 each. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Rooms Without Ky., Gor. 6th and Main Sts. COLTJMBIl, KY. iiuuuuuuiiuimiiuummuui l EXTROXEAaST ZPIiVN- ONLY Rooms With Private Bath, $1.58 up. lath, $1.00 and up. The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only walk to the retail district and theaters. athree-b- l Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. Vr s r A - .xa ..va fcfrjfcffri be no dfuns of the outcome. Kentucky id naturally a Derh ocratic State and it is only when Democrats fail of their duty that she departs from bur traditionsi There is every reason Una year that every Democrat should be keep him alert and let nothn-from the polls. Pi trident Wilto son must be kept on protect the honor of the nation without war if p'sibl, hmj to . maintain peace a ri What he has done u an e rne.st effort of what he will do tocarrv out the splendid program mapped out. Re sure to go to the polls and stamp under thy roo9ter. gu-irr- ..... i mi mi mm a . ''vv TA KWlftKa oros-.ierity- lowed by painful twinges of rheuma. tism bf neuralgia. Sloan's Liniment will give you quick relief and prevent the twinges from becoming torture. It quickly penetrates without rubbing and soothes the sore and aching joints.' JB'or sore, stilf, exhausted film Down Health Makes Body muscles that ache and Mirob from overwork, Sloan's Liulment affords quick More Liable to Disease, relief. Bruises, sprains, strains and other minor injuries to children are quiculj ootlied oy som.hed by Sloan's Liniment. Get a bottle today at STOMACH USUALLY TO BLAME Adv. Paul Drug '3o , 25c Rheumatism Follows ExiJoSUrei &&& t Iti the rain all day Is generally fol : ItLLi SEASONAL ILLS 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 We have always demonstrated to tHe reader's of the Adair County News that we compete most successfully K Carpet and Rug House Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spacious salesroom have always expressed themselves most favorably about our stocks and prices. The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of I AKlK POWDER Absolutely Pure Made from Cream of Tariar NOALUM-NO Changing Seasons Bring Colds. "Stuffed-uhead," closed up nose sore throat, are sure signs tight chest, p PHOSPHATE of cold, and Dr. King's New Discovery is sure relief. A dose of this com- "When the supply of nutriment You will find Dr. King's New Life needed to keep the human machine yer. effective laxative Pills a gentle GREENSBURG, .KENTUCKY, for removing impurities from the sys- fails, the food which should have becomes poisonous waste. tem. Accumulated waste poisons the "The stomach has blood: dizziness, biliousness and pim- chemical laboratory been called "tie of the body.' November the 7th and cast his 3F ply, muddy complexion are the disThe bringing again of Hughes tressing effects. A dose of Dr. King's There rlthe material taken into the body ballot. These gentlemen have r1 ASsl jiiiu uiuuu, uuue ana musi icuuacu tlrtn klnn J L been appointed because of their to Kentucky and the injection of New Life Pills wil assure cle for permanent health, vigor and IttHHHMHMHHHB ' enthusiasm and energy, and it is the Uery Roosevelt into the cam-naic- n you a free, full bowel movement in vitality. here shows that the Re the morning. At, Paull Drug Co , 25c to "The success of Tanlac as an aid safe to assume that they will do digestion, assimilation and the funcAdv. tions which dispose of waste matter their full duty. If they do and publican leaders still have hopes Senator Gore, the blind man has been proclaimed by thousands. a full vote is recorded, there will of carrying the old Common- Restores to Normal. eloquent, said at Hopkinsville, "Tanlac is a vegetable remedy, dethat the Democrats had passed a signed to feed while It heals sick, ExZ2aHEBIHHBMBH dozen laws, any one of which sore stomachs, and to bring back the would have immortalized the Re- digestive system to its normal, natural publican party, and in praising work. Thus health is restored, yield- With Genuine Enthusiasm introduces to your kind consideration ing energy, ambition and vitality, and the income tax law, passed by a giving that feeling of complete well the Chevrolet "Baby Grand", a Five Passenger Touring Car. See Democratic Congress said, "If being necessary to the full enjoyment It and you will Want It. Want It and you will Buy It. Write for life by Cuts and Specificatifns. Write for the Car Itself. We will send you wish to take the load from of "With every man and woman the health and strength that it to y6u for you to see it. the back of Dives and put it on Tanlac gives, people are less subject to disease. Thousands who have takthe back of Lazarus" vote for en Tanlac are grateful Fruit Trees and Small Fruit Plants by the Thousands Hughes. The latter's opposition made them well and kept because it 4 them well." all of the best Standard Varieties and many new and M-Mg'to the income tax law and his obgiven-st- There are five campaign committeemen in each precinct in the State whose duty it is to see that every Democrat or other person bination of antiseptic balsams soothes the irritated membrane, clears the head, loosens the phlegm, you breathe wealth by appeals to passion and cupidity, by abuse of Wiison and the Democratic party and with the tainted money that Wall Street is supplying so lavishly. They are reckoning in vain, however. The Democrats are on to their game and every man intends to do his duty, which spells Repuolipan defeat, labor lost and money wasted. A Clogged Human Machine Fails When Digestive and Eliminative Processes Get Out of Order, Yielding Good s Linoleum , Waste Instead of Strength-BuildinNutriment Tanlac Expert Talks. g Poisonous easier and realize your cold is broken up. Treat a cold persistently; halfway measures leave a lingering cough. Take Dr. King's New Discovery until 47 years the who will vote the Democratic your cold is gone For favorite remedy for young and old. ticket shall go to the polls on At Paull Drug Co. , 5uc. Adv. System Cleared. Many ills to which people are especially liable at this time of the year are direct results of a disordered stomach and deranged digestion, according to the Tanlac health expert. "In a majority of cases those who suffer from sickness must blame their stomachs." he said. "We must remember that the strength of the body Must be comes from the digestive system. Food Becomes Poison. with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, 522 & 524 W. Market St., incorporated. Louisville, Ky. A. Woodson Lewis AGENT FOR S ?& rength 1M to-nig- EVROLET Sinn'nw'nifflnimmmnimmfflmmmmnimnimmmy MOTOR CARS The Golden Rule Nursery 1 " 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. 5 Come and see us. phone. If you can't come, write or gr 5 5T Let us know your wants. Every order will be accompanied by a Certificate of Inspection by the State Entomologist. jection to having the rich pay their proportion of the burden of taxation, seems to warrant the belief that in the event of his election the law which is taking millions from the rich for the support of the government wib be repealed. The success of the Democratic party insures that 3 wealth-wilcontinue to be taxed l rS as it should. Tanlac, the master medicine and reconstructive tonic, is sold exclusively in Columbia, Ky., by PAGE & IIAMILTONjk. Other exclusive ageifc? in nearby towns are as follows: Crocus, Ky , J. P. Miller & Sons. Gresham Ky., T O. Mr.ore & Co. , Cooper, Ky., Coffey Ky. L. G. Wilcox Waterview, Ky , Thos M. Allen. Coburg, Ky., C. IT Jarvis. Olga, Ky , IT. E. Loy. Adv Bros-Exie- 3ssK7,'7 r n i n rA aiSWSBKv - s Price $750.00, Factory. Complete with Electric Starter and Electric Lights r2 X that Light. r 1 Z The Golden Rule Orchard and Nursery Co. (50-3- 0 If EDMONTON; TCY. '9 PUTTING IT OFF 7aiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiaiiiiiiiiimiaiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiUii J". B. Jojsrus Kw TIN WORK. prepared to do any kind of Tin Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Putnpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet 1 ron. Call I at my shop if you need anythinfi in my line or repair work in tinorsheetiron. Over L. "W. Bennetts'a Store. If'' I am i Has been the ruin of as many Eyes as any one thing. There may be the feeling of a slight inconvenience at first. You may think, O' they will be alright in a few days. Don't be deceived, if there is ever an eye defect at all, you should not rest until a COMPETENT OPTOMETRIST has been consulted. You may save yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in time. t UNDERTAKER I AND EMBALMEH COLUMBIA, ICY. Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to send out in a few minutes after receiving order. No extra charge for hearse. AJ1 kinds of Robes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co Home Phone 52 A S. E. Bridgwaters, BRYANT & SHIVELY, Jewelers and Optometrists The Royal Mail, a Roadster of Wonderful Individuality. Price $750.00 Factory. Complete Lights and Starter. A.nd the Chevrolet "Four Ninety" a Car Built for Your Needs. A Car that will take the Hills. A Comfort, a Joy, and a Delight. An Automobile. Three Speeds Forward, One Reverse. Electric Lights Electric Starter. It Breeds Enthusiasm wherever it is seen-- . See It; Buy It. Write for cuts and printed matter. Write. for the Car Itself. 14 M j Residence Phone 13 B Business Phoe 13 HENRY W. DEPP, A Campbellsville, Ky. l?SmL - DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST DENTIST Am permanently located in Co lumbia. jgy?-'7- ' - VS-.- . v i JL. Officr. Front rooms m Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. Columbia, J. B. Stonb - Kentucky J. H. Stone WELL DRILLER I will drill wells in Adair an adjoining counties. See me be Latest imfore contracting. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give me a Call. I. C. YATES In previous presidential years, relegated to the junk shop for the Republicans have laid great jeood and all. This in the face All Classes of Dental work done. Crow stress on their claim that the of the certainty of the reelection Ie and Inlay work a Speulalhy. All Work Guaranteed election of a Democrat meant fi of Wilson is praise indeed of the Office over G. W. Lowe's nancial disaster as the party benefits that his administra was incapable of administering tion have brought. Vote to con Shoe Store the affairs of government. You tinue it. have not heard any thing of the Pine-tRelieves a Cold. AGENTS WANTED kind this year. The Democrats Dr. Bell's: contains been demonstrating the all the soothing elements of the pine have For America's Greatest Clothes falsity of such a claim for nearly It heals the irritated membrane, and properties loosens Proposition. four years in a most successful by its antisepticbreathe easier, and the phlegm, you Suits and Overcoats $1 2.50 administration of affairs and what promised to be a severe cold has LESS NO MORE-- NO so changed the banking been broken up. For that stuffed-uhave Best references required. No clothing laws that Republican money feeling, tight chest or sore throat of Dr. experience necessary. kings cannot throw a panic at take a doseprevent a Bell's wearing, hackand affairs were ing cough dragging through the winWrite Monogram Tailors, 131 East will. Financial New York St., Indianapolis, Ind. never in better condition nor ter. At Paull Drug Co.. 25c Adv. The H. ITaugher, Mgr. business more flourishing. C. C. Hauger, Prop: H. Prom California. old familiar scare crow has been ar Pine-Tar-Honey Price $550.00 complete, Factory. Roadster"$550.00 Factoi Alfo the "Four-Ninety" All-Wo- ol After long and careful consideration we believe and enthusiast lv. that we have a Car that will please in every essential. Enoriee has the Power to carry the Car any where. It has the p Pine-Tar-Hon- 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. Vooi)soisr Xj1"18 r JDETNTT-AJ- L,. iSftecial H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones OTO1CE Dr. James Triplett OVER PAULL imTJO CO. eye Specialist attention given Diseases of all DENTIST "4f learned of Chamberlain's Cough OFFICII! PHONB edy. Mothers need not Tear this "disRES PHONE 39. Domestic Animals ease if they keep a bottle of ChamberOmce at Residence. 1 mile of town, on At Mt. Sterling, county court dayt lain's Cough Remedy in the house and Jamestown road. twelve thousand cattle were sold on use it as directed. It always gave my Pl.iiD I lift. the market. Prices ranged from 5 boy relief." Obtainable at Paull Rem- Columbia, Ky. son, Edwin, is subject tq croup," writes Mrs. E. O. Irwin, of New Kensington, Pa. "I put in many. sip.nn1p.ss hours at night before I "My Her Son Subject to Croup. Columbia, Ky. to 7i cents. 1 Drug Co. Adv. San Bernardino, Oct., IS 191 6. Editor News: I am enclosing you check for 32 for the Columbia paper We think a great deal of the paper and ray moth er gets more pleasure from reading the Adair County News than any thing elie she has, and I particularly like thej?aper because it is a good, pure, Democratic sheet. Here's hoping Wilson" will win. Best wishes to alhthe pejbple I know there. t cV F. E. Page. , will play us or not, though we hope they will later on. The farmers are very busy sowing We were having a nice school ai their wheat. Blair school house until Mr. ChariM school girls, Allie Calhoun, Calhoun's folks took the smallpox Blair (jkVmnl r ltnnn Eliza Coffey, Verna Haynes, Zelpha our SUI1UUI HH3 UJ3CUUU1UUCU. V Ml Haynesand Madge Iludson went to Marcus Hale, our teacher, .as well Bussell Springs to play a game of the pupils, were sorry for It to be m basket ball When we reached there continued. .We hope that it will they would not play us. Some of begin Trw? Qilhonn's are their players were gone they said. alon;.as well as could be exi We want them to play ns if they will, We hope oujyjp people will get well but we do not know wttJier they and cTSWNK'n' Dent, Ky. tf4 ; ; l m t ) L A f 'Hi ,: milium ' ' - . to ADAffl?'flOBMMf M8WI Read What Your Friends Copper Bearing Iron Ranges Of TESTIMONIALS The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. The Dec 7, 19l4 TESTIMONIALS Mansfield, Ky., Dec 2, 1914. Campbellsville, Ky. The Buchanan Lyon Co., ' Gentlemen: I am pleased to tell you that my Princess is the best stove I 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. ' If I had to buy 25 stoves I would want them all Princess. I have nev-seen any stove that I would give my Princess for. It is a perfect stove every respect. k Hoping thd 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. PHILUPS. V ALLEN'S PRINCESS For Grace of Design, FuelfEconemy, Kitchen Comfort and Cooking Superiority, the PRINCESS is Unique. It's Exclusive and Patented Features Make it not Only Su perior in It's Cooking Qualities but Durable, Dependable and Cleanly as Well. " 'T"--r r Campbellsville, Ky., 5W Dear Sirs: I will write you and let you know 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. I 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 burn any kind of fuel. Wood that our old stove would not bum 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 betterihan buy a Princess Range. Wishing you success with stove, I beg to remain, Yours truly, MRS. GEO. R1EDEL. your-Princes- s Mac, Ky., Dec. 7,1914. The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky: Gentlemen: The Allen Princess stove is the best I ever used. The Bucanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. Coburg, Ky., Dec. 9, 1914. It gives i-- , 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 wanning 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. 1 would not exchange my stove for twice what I gave for it. Yours truly, ADA PEPPER. Campbellsville, Ky., Dec. 3, 1914. Campbellsville, Ky., The Buchanan Lyon Co., Dear Sirs: I am certainly well pleased with my Allen Princess Stove. It bakes so nice. You do not have to move your victuals from top to bottom of sto$e 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 andfwarming closet are such conveniences. I think it requires less wood arid will heat up just as quick as pther and smaller stoves. I have been using your range eleven months and it has proven entirely satisfactory wav. 1 will advise anyone, who is come lo buy ar. our friend, Allen Princess Range. stove, to get-an 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 Jess 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. The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. Mardis, Ky., Dec. 10, 1914. Go behind the sqenes of any happy contented family ' and in most cases you'll find the secret in the kitchen. A dependable range lifts mother's household worries and troubles. For twenty years now ends father's late-meal The Foundation of a Happy Home Is Laid m the Kitchen 1 purchased Gentlemen. one of your Allen Princess Ranges about fourteen months ago, and I cannot explain to you how well I am pleased wi$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 can not recommend it high enough. Yours respectfully, MRS. J. S. HEDGESPETH. f AllenJ fyJPffiTMCE COPPER 1 MRS. JOE HENRY CROUCH:r Hatcher, Ky., Dec. 3, 19 f4. 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 itcan be excelled. - I havebeen using the Princess Range for 18 months and am willing to give it the praise every opportunity I have. Yours truly, ure. In over a hundred thousand Southern homes meata are cooked quicker, better, more evenly and with less fuel than on the ordinary range. Besides Allen's Princess contains many exclusive and convenient features not found on any other stove. For instance, the handy wanning closet; the spotless alumi- nized ovens; the triple asbestos lined walls which hold all the heat Stop in and let us show you a Princess today. inside the range. have transformed the burden of housekeeping into a pleas- RAMGBS 4CM-- BEARIKS Campbellsville, Ky Dec 5, Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Kv. f Gentlemen: The Allen Princess Range we think the best to be found 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 th'e food. " MRS. SYLVIA B. HARGER. The Buchanan Lyon Co.. Campbellsville, Ky. Willowtown, Ky. Dec: 8, 1914 Write usat once for Price. . SALLIE T.CAMPBELL. Saloma, Ky., Dec. 7, 1914. Campbellsville, Ky., Dec 3, 1914. i I can highly recommend the Allen 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. Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbelisville, Ky. The Dear Sirs: I am glad I have the opportunity of telling you how weIN 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 k excellent for all kinds of baking. Then the reservoir keeps water warm over night. It is plain and easy to keep clean. 1 only wish every housekeeper had an Allen Princess Range. Yours respectfully, MRS. INGRAM CAULK,, Campbellsville, Ky., Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. The ,Aanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. Have not been using the Allen Princess Range very long, Gentlemen: but in cooking I find that it takes less fuel and cooks much quicker than any 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. The Buchanan-Lyo- n Co., Campbellsville, Ky. Deaf Sirs:" We havirused an Allen Princess Range for two years, and cdvise 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 Yours truly, her' kitchen. MRS. W. A RUSSELL. Campbellsville, Ky., Nov. 30,1914. The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. Some time ago I bought of you an Allen Princess Range. Gentlemen: proved very satisfactory both in cooking and baking. 1 seldom raise It has Youre truly, the damper to bake. MRS. T. J. ESTES. I ;r V LU '(V Merrimac, Ky., Dec. 3, 1914. The Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, Ky. . r. f I am writing to tell you how well pleased I am with my Gentlemen: f Allen Princess Range. I wouldn't give it for any stove I ever saw. It and the victuals are better. I V cooksi4esRer'- - than any stove I ever used, 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 v '.r wpuldnt have it taken out of my kitchen, and risk the chance of getting Wether that would cook as good, for $75,00. Oh! I am well pleased. -- V "f Ni 1 MRS. MARTHA SWEEDEN. Dear sirs: I wish to compliment the Princess Range, bought of you. h ' heats quick and bakes so evenly and nice. It doesn't take any more, if a3 much, wood as a box. stoves It is made so plain, makes it easj' to keep clean. It is my choice of any range I ever saw. Respectfully, MRS. JOHN ROBERTS. 1 Twenty years of range building has perfected these features. They mean both money and convenience to you. Study jp JZLXClUSlVe i nnceSS i OintS 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. r tj For Further Information And. Price Write THE BUCHANAN - LYON CO. INCORPORATED. Gradyville. W. L. Grady spent last Saturday at line health and get around as well as they did twenty years ago. Mesdames Dunbar, Walkup and Arnald, of Jamestown, visited their sister, Mrs. Strong Hill, of our city, a few days of us: 83 Mr. and Mrs Lum mil, some of our best citizens, will leave us in a few days for Edmonton, where they will engage in the hotel business. We commend them to the good'eitizens of Edmonton as some of our best people. Mr. Silas Cain, one of our best citizens, was on the sick list a day or so of j- - Campbellsville, 48-t- f. Kentucky. Dkess 3IAKINQ Mr. and M-s- . H. A. Walker, of Co- Sjktogfold. Strong Hill is on the sick list this ymk. T. W. Dowell and Charles Sparks ktteod&d the speaking at Edmonton Monday. SoDday. P tt MltcheP, of Edmonton, .Hiltjentered the L. W. T School Colombia, the first of the week. rs. Joel Rodgers visited her chil- reo t Roachville, last Saturday and was week calling on lumbia, visited their relatives here last Tuesday. Mrs. Julia Baker, who has been on an extended visit to her daughter, Mrs. d. Mills, of Llletown, returned ' home the first of the week. Rev. Bush, of Columbia, filled his regular appointment hero last Saturday and Sunday. As usual his (lis courses'were interested Btore. Over T. E. Prices reasonable. Georgia Faulkner. Wag-gener- 's m last week. Ed Caldwell, of Glasgow, and Rob well-know- November Woman's Home psnion. Com SPEAKING Qov. Jas. D. Black speak at the Court House next Saturday after- -' noon at 1 o'clock Will x 9 p Tuesday Night a i f? 'THE IRON CLAW" ' With "Pearl White" Thursday Night AA" here the first of the insurance men of this section, were his Steele, Charlie Yates. calling on their friends in this section Or. T.J Fiowers and his daughter, a day or so of last week Mrs. Mow, attended the funeral of We are glad thir grandmother, Mrs. Harvey, near and family, m to note thatB. B. Janes the near future will berirjHT, test Friday come citizens of our town, having JBTXtltner attended the funeral .CJiKeltner, who died with heart recently bought Geo. H.is Nell's farm, near town. Mr. Janes good farleaving tet Thursday, while- was one mer as well as one of oura best busiHe - ert Reed, of Columbia, two n Ridge church. of ttm mr Mwiauuiior. liitand best citizens aim lot of hogs at r-$- in the J. F. wMk. WUHs and son delivered to MMlIton, of Greensburg, last 8 pcrjMMi bringtatfj something cents' like 1KW.- - mmA ! Mr. Krs&ntor i7 -- - fetaU, ) Mr J r r- a - iMf in duMohMr.Tny one oriwn .Jtfuiday this are in Com neon, of ness men Steward Kinuaird, of Red Lick, was in our midst, last Thursday, and had with him cne of the best mule colts that we have seen here this season Mr. Kinftaird says it would just take $100 to buy the colt, just a little to rich for our blood over this way. , ute short stories T. W. Dowell bought two mule colts The fashions, picture and other regular departments aie dlledwitluuv last week,' from Frank Dulin, of teresting material. 890.00. rt I Charles Evans Hughes, Republican candidate for President, has written an article for the November Woman's Home Companion in which he discusses some interesting topics for women Other special articles are "The Christ ian in Politics," which is asermou for voters; the "Comedy and Tragedy of Being Fat." a confession by. a stout woman; "Heroines of Fiction;" "Finding Your Market, and "What is the Matter With Your Baby." .The fiction consists of the conclud ing installment of "A Daughter of the Morning," and the beginning of "The story." Man ;E.iter," a new two-paMary W. Freeman and others contrib- "ESMERELDA" With "Mary Pickford" i c t u r e 9 Saturday Night OUT OF DARKNESS" With "Charlotte Walker" a m paramount Ebeatre. EVERYBODY INVITED. iS.ftJEf v.. v k