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The above is the name of a travelDefinite Information Not Received, But Reports Received Here Last ing man who has been visiting the merchants of Columbia and those loNight Give New YorK, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio to Hughes. cated out in the county of Adair for about eighteen or twenty years. The REPUBLICAN. entire time he has been on the road, IT IS ALSO CLAIMED THAT BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS ARE is not known to us. He represents Burroughs & Taylor, manufacturers of pants and woolen message received county, in the Presidential contest, is goods, who are located at Cave, Tenn. A Courier-Journhere this morning at 4 o'clock con- not so large as was expected. It was There is not a more polished gentle' cedes Mr Hughes election. The big generally believed that Mr. Hughes man, nor one who has more friends, States, New Yonc, Ohio, Pennsyl- would carry it by 350 or 400, but he who visits the merchants of Adair vania, Indiana, Illinois are all claimed only received 193 to the good. Mr. county. He reaches here three times for the Republican candidate. Neat, the local Republican candidate a year and his trips are universally We had hoped to be able to give a for Congress, in the Eighth district, satisfactory to him, nearly every cusdefinite statement in The News to- carried the county by 384 majority. tomer giving' him an order. He handay, showing the vote each candidate Russell, Cumberland, Green, Met- dles very popular brands which he prewill receive in the electorial college, calfe, Clinton, Casey, all give large Re- sents and sell on their merit. When but some States are so close, claimed publican majorities. Taylor gave Wil- Mr. Shaw reaches Columbia the whole by both sides, make it impossible for son less than 30 majority. He community knows of his arrival. us to so do. It is impossible, with the informa- is over six feet tall, straight as an Inlast night esti- tion before us, to give anything like a dian, and one of the most evenly proThe Courier-Journa- l mated the Democratic majority in correct vote, but the result is in ac- portioned men we ever had the pleasKentucky at 13,000, and elected ten cord with the statement made above. ure of meeting. His manners are Congressmen out of eleven. Caleb Next week we will publish a table faultless, an easy and entertaing Powers is returned from theEleventh. of Adair's vote, showing how each making him not only i The Repupllcan majority in Adair precinct went. popular with the merchants, but with the entire commonality. Mr. Shaw has an attractive home in Nashville, Tenn., a devoted companion and one child, a daughter, who is married, and his incomings, after being out on a long trip, is hailed with A Western Union telegram says: A telegram from the Louisville delight. Notwithstanding he is strong Ohio, Kentucky, Missouri, California, Post at 8:30 this morning says that in mind, determined in his purposes, Nebraska, Kansas, North Dakota, the Wilson forces have not given up no woman has a tenderer heart, nor Delaware, Maryland, Utah, Hew Mexnot one that goes out more freely for those ico, certain for Wilson. Massachu- the election, and that Hughes has in distress. by a whole lot. setts, Wisconsin, Montana, Minne- been elected We trust that he will continue his sota, Indiana, all close. Wilson wins H. N. Miller talked to the Louisto Columbia as long as he is if he carries West Va., Kansas, Massa- ville Post at 9 o'clock a. m., a ad that visitsto travel, and when he finishes chusetts, or enough Western States in paper said that Wilson had been elect- ablework here below, and reaches the his doubt, to equal the electoral vote of gate of St. Peter, he will hear the weled. these three states. come plaudid: "Come in and sit at my right hand." ! The Revival. Guerrant--Wo- od. Wanted The series of meetings which comThe wedding of Miss Alary Garnett menced at the Baptist chuich last Large, fat hogs and Irish notatoes. Wood to Mr. Richard Putney Guer-raTuesday night, is being largely atC. H. Sandusky. 1 was solemnized at 3:30 o'clock on tended at the evening services, and Tuesday afternoon at the home of the in the morning the attendance is Death of Miss Mary D. Everman bride's father and mother, on Lexing- fairly good. The day services are of ton avenue. The house was most at- special Miss Mary D. Everman? the sixteen-year-ol- d and the church should tractively decorated in autumn leaves, be filledinterest, gathering. daughter of Mrs. John A. at each yellow chrysanthemums, and potted Gilkey, died at the Massie Memorial Rev. J. B. DeGarmo, an evangelist ferns, and was lighted throughout by of Mississippi, who is assisting Pastor Hospital at ten o'clock Saturday morncandles with yellow shades. The coor Bush, is a strong theologian and is de ing, following a illness due scheme was carried out in the deli- livering touching and very inviting to a complication of diseases. cious salad course which was served to discourses. He Miss Everman was taken sick about has been very successthe wedding guests. two weeks ago and it was found that ful at other places in winning souls to The bride attired in a beautiful Christ, and we predict that his la- she was ill from an aggravated case dress of white georgette crepe, em- bors will of appendicitis. She was taken to not be in vain. broidered in pearls over charmuese, song service is led by Mr Frank the Massie Hospital suffering intense The wearing a veil and orange blossoms, E. McCravy, of South Carolina, who pain, where she underwent an operaand carrying a boquet of Bride's roses, travels with Rev. DeGarmo. A splen- tion with the hope of securing relief. looked very girlish and lovely. She did choir has been organized, and late The disease had progressed rapidly, and her father were preceded by the revival songs are being used Mrs. G. however, and despite the efforts of matron of honor, Mrs. Raymond R. Reed is the organist and Miss Alice her physicians, she grew steadily Grant, of Louisville, and were met at Walker, pianist. The solos that are worse and passed away Saturday. the altar by the groom and his best being rendered by Mr. McCravy are Miss Everman was an exceptionally man, his brother, Mr. Barnett Guer-ran- t. beautifully worded and sung very me- attractive young woman and by her The matron of honor wore a lodiously. pleasing manner and sunny disposition very handsome dress of embroidered The meeting will continue all this had greatly endeared herself to her net, and satin, and carried yellow week and into next week, and the peo- schoolmates at the Paris City School chrysanthemums. and with her acquaintances as well. ple generally are cordially invited. The ceremony was short and imFor the past week it had been pressive, and was performed by the Prom Versailles. known by the physicians in charge Rev. Dr. Green, pastor of the bride that Miss Everman could not recover, Nov., 1, 1910. and groom. After the ceremony a but the plucky young woman insisted shower of congratulations and good Editor News: that she would regain her health and I enclose you a money order for $1 wishes was bestowed upon the happy for my subscription to the News for she made a heroic fight against the young couple, and upon their departgrim reaper. However, a short time ure there followed a shower of rice 1916. I delayed sending it, thinking I before she died, she realized the inevfrom the nine little girls, members of would go back to Louisville to live, itable, and told her mother and other the bride's Sunday School class. and not change my address so often, loved ones at her bedside, that she gdests; but continue to send it to Versailles. was going to die, and There were about seventy-fiv- e the most pathetthe out of town guests being Mrs. Mr. Hatcher has a nice position in ic scene ever witnessed at the local Raymond Grant, of Louisville; Miss Louisville with the water company. hospital occurred when Miss EverJennie Garnett, of Columbia; Mrs. I will go back soon, but must not miss man said farewell to her mother and Durst, from Lexington; Mrs. Hutch- my weekly visitor The News Car- others at her bedside, and she passed ison, Miss Lucile Hutchison, Mrs. rie and Price are located here, and are away singing, "Will There Be Any delighted with the people. He is genJellf, Miss Allice Gay Jellf, of Stars In My Crown " Misses Green, Mrs. James eral agent for the Commonwealth Life Misa Everman is survived by her Robinson, Dr. and Mrs Charles San Insurance Company for this whole mother, Mis J. A. Gilkey, of Paris, ders, of Perryville; Mrs. Lee Rupley, territory. Wishing you success, and a wide cir- two brothers, James and Ellis Everof Stanford. The numerous and hand man, of Corbin, and a half sister, some gifts of silver, cut glass, china, culation for the News, even at a high Marian Fithian Everman and J. A linen etc , displayed in the ljbrary, cost of paper. Gilkey, Jr., of Paris. Sincerely, were testimonials of the love and good The funeral services were conductMrs. R. L. Hatcher. wishes of their many friends. The ed at the home of Dr Gilkey, on Sec Danville Messenger. The property close to the square, on ond Street, Monday afternoon at 1:30 te Dr. B. T. Wood, the father of the Burkesville street, where Mr. W. H. o'clock, by Eld. W. E Ellis, pastor of bride, was a popular physician of Co- Wilson resides, was sold by special the Paris Christian Church, and the lumbia for a number of years, and is commissioner, W. T. Price, last Mon- burial followed in the family lot at yet very kindly remembered here. day. It was bought by W. H. Irvine, the North Middletown Cemetery. The bride is a first cousin of Miss Jen- of Russell Springs, for $2,610. It is our The pall bearers, formerschoolmates nie Garnett, of this place, Mrs. J. P. information that J. D. Irvine, Creels-bor- of the deceasd, were: Herbert Sledd Mo., Scruggs, o f Frederickstown, was a partner of W. H. Irvine in and Stoddard Young, of North Mid and former Attorney General Jas. the bid. dletown, and Fithian Arkle, Vale Garnett, of Louisville. The bride has Opened front Franklin Stove, in Baldwin, John Clay, Stanley Price, often visited Columbia, where she has good condition for sale. Cheap, Charles Tackett and Stanley Rule, of many friends, all of whom extend W. A. Coffey. the Peris City School. Paris, Ky., their best wishes. paper i Monday was county court and a The deceased was well known and Oyster Supper. large crowd was in town. The after- had many friends here, where she visSaturday night, Nov. 11th, there noon was taken up by speakers of both ited the home of her aunt, Mrs. A. D. will be a tig oyster s upper at Cane political parties. During the day the Patteson. Vallev. ar the Band Hall. Everybody merchants and other business men had invited. Good music by the band. Wanted. a fine run of trade. Lindsey-Wilso- n Irish potatoes, At If you are not a subscriber for the $1.00 per bushel, cash. Good Reading. Pictorjal Review, you should send for it at once. The November number is Hon. Harvey Helm, Democratic Dr. J. T. Jones will send his book of of special Interest, filled with choice to Congress, candidate for mail, matter by the best of writers. The 90 pieces in Prose and Verse, by Money made a number of telling speeches in to anyone sending him a Postal illustrations are very attractive and Order for 25 cents to Glens'fork, Ky. the county last week, large crowds suggestive. No family should do They are on sale at The News office meeting him at each appointment, without tlds valuable periodical. Ad- also. . Born, to the wife of Ed Rule, Gir-liInfant child of Rev. H. T. Jesse dress the Pictorial Review, New York, died near Rugby last week. Nov. 6, 1916, a daughter. West 39th St., , al Beloved of James Butler, Finishes Her Life WorK. SERVICES AT MT. PLEASANT. FUNERAL Last Tuesday afternoon, at2 o'clock, after a long illness, Mrs Victoria Butler, the devoted wife of James Butler, surrounded by loved ones and friends, peacefully closed her eyes in death. She was a victim of a cancer, and all that human hands could do was done. She vvas a daughter of James and Louisa Callison, and was born and reared in the neighborhood where she years died. She was about sixty-thre- e old and had been a consistent member of the Christian church since early girlhood, and was ready to meet the God she worshiped. The funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at Mt. Pltasant church, conducted by her pastor, Eld. Z. T. Williams, who paid a high tribute to her character, as wife, mother, and her devotion to the Christian religion. After the discourse the remains were conveyed to the Butler grave yard, on Josh Butler's farm, where they were tenderly laid to rest. The floral offerings were many and LATER. beautiful. Besides the husband, the deceased r leaves two daughters, Mrs. Mont and Mrs. Ed Hood, who are in the deepest sorrow. He brother, Mr. W. J Callison, of Middlesboro, was at her Con-ove- bedside several days before the sad end came. Also her brother, Mr. Bruce Callison, and sisters, Mrs. Horace Murrell and Mrs. T. T. Tupmau. May God comfort and give them fortitude to bear the great loss, and some time, if they believe in the Great I Am, they will be made to un derstand why wife and mother was called to the Celestial home. The passing of the subject of this writing was not a surprise, as he had been rapidly declining for weeks before the final dissolution, his affliction being pulmonary trouble. He was born in Adair county, August 2, 18S0, and died November 2, 1916, making him 36 years and three months old. He leaves a wife, two little daughters, father and one brother, and many other relatives. At about the age of fourteen years he professed his faith in Christ and united with the Methodist Church, and was attended in the last days of his illness by his pastor, Rev. L F. Piercy, who officiated at the funeral, assisted by Eld. 2. T. Williams and Rev. O. P. Bush Though he knew that he could not get well, he expressed a desire to live, but satd he was prepared to go. He was of a jovial disposition and was liked by every bedy. Quite a number of friends wee at the home and also the cemetery to pay their respects to the departed, and extend sympathy to the sorrowing wife and other relatives. The deceased was an industrious young man. Three years ago he built a home for his little family, and enjoyed the hope of rearing his children and living happily with his companion, and was cut down in the prime of his manhood. The community feels for the wife, who was Miss Grace Conover, and her little ones. May God comfort them in this sad hour of affliction. When the grave was finished it was covered with beautiful, white flowers by his neighbors and many friends. Found: An Odd Fellow pin. Call on J. C. Strange. Mr. Personals. vote. Mr. H. 0. Hindman came home to days ago. Mr. Geo. R. Miller, was here a few Mr. J. C. Simms, of Lebanon, was here a few days ago. Mr. W. V. Helm, Creelsboro, was here a few days since. Mr. S. N. Elsey, Lexington, was at the Hancock Hotel, last Friday. Mr. Luther Miller, of Creelsboro, was here the tirst of the week. Mr. Geo. W. Staples, of Lexington. came home to visit his family and also to vote. Mr. A. M. Foley, Russell Springs, spent a day or two of last week in Columbia. Miss Aleene Ritchey, Burkesville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Lee Walker. Mr. W. T. Ottley, of Burkesville, made a professional visit to Columbia Monday. Mr. J. A. Wilraore, Lexington, came home to vote, reaching Gradyville last Monday. Mr. L. O. Taylor, who is employed at; Frankfort, came home Monday afternoon. Mrs. M. E. Marcum, who has been seriously afflicted for ten days, is said to be improving. Mrs. J. O. Russell is rapidly improving, a statement her many friends will be glad to receive. Misses Lou Willie Griffin and Beetle Butler, of Campbellsville, visited Mrs. Ray Conover last week. J. C. Sims, nt 2-- 1 two-week- s' Nich-olasvill- e; o, 216-22- 6, n, Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones, Lebanon, Ky., has been selling stones in Columbia and Adair county for a good many years, ne does work and his prices are very reasonable. He, or one of his For Sale. make Columbia every few Twenty-eigh- t acres of land, lying on weeks, and persons who expect to buy the Columbia and Russell Springs stonesshould see him and get his prices 24t. road, at White Oak church. If inter Calvin Acree, ested write or call When you buy shoes, be sure you Denmark, Ky. get'the best. Come to me for a pair Married in Nashville. of good solid leather shoes. The best for the price, no matter what the price Quite a number of invitations were received by friends here to the mar- may be. Albin Hurray. riage of Miss Ethel Crockett to Mr. Henry F. Williams, which occurred at Halloween Imps. the bride's home, in the suburbs of Nashville, Tenn., Wednesday, OcLast Tuesday evening Miss Cary tober 25. The bride was at the head Rosenfield and Miss Edna Lewis deof the music department of the Lindsey-- lightfully entertained the spooks, and Wilson school two years, and she they were present in large numbers. It is very affectionately remembered here was the most amusing gathering held by her pupils and many friends, who in Columbia for many moons. Nearly extend to her and the companion of all the young people of the community her choice their very best wishes. and many of the older set, married people, got ready for the occasion, and 100 Pairs Ladies Button and Lace Kid the amusement continued until a late Shoes, assorted sizes, stylish shapes, hour. There were some who were arworth $2.50 to $3.50 price to close rayed uniquely, while others looked hideous. So perfect were the disout at 2 per pair. guises of some that they were not recRussell & Co. ognized until after they removed their The annual Adair county convention masks. n of the Christian chuich met at People who did not go to the home on Friday, October 26th. Some were given an opportunity to see a of those from out of the county large number of the participants at who were on the program did not get the Paramount Picture show, as they to be present. Nevertheless it was attended this popular play house bethe best county convention ever held. fore going to the hill. Many say they The people of Milltown were very hos- laughed until their arms nearly fell pitable and every one who attended from their shoulders. An occasion enjoyed the days very much. The like this is better than medicine, for Missions very especially the low spirited can smile broadly, good. Of the 17 churches in the coun- loudly and grow fat. ty 9 sent in reports showing the folLast Sunday night week thieves at lowing totals: Membership 929; value tempted to enter the store of C. H. of church property, $10,650; paid for Co., Coburg, this county. preaching, 1,213.25; foreign Missions, Jarvis& They bored several holes in the back 8122.80; Home Missions, $50; Minisdoor, but evidently got frightened and terial relief, 28.25; Orphan's Home, took their departure. Blood hounds $21.73; Church extension, $25; State were ordered from Lebanon and imBible School Work, $10 The next mediately after they arrived, took the maetiug will be held at Cane Valley, trail, following it for a mile and a September 1917. half.. Here they lost the trail, and at The Farmers' Mill Company, of this this time there is no clue. place, G. B. Smith, manager, are now The opening of the Greensburg Loose running their mill by electricity, and it is doing fine work. They will start Leaf House has been changed from Oct. a corn mill in a few days, at their Rus- 30th, to Nov. the 9th. sell Creek mill which will also be run Mr G. W. Rubarts, of Eunice, fell by electricity. from a ladder, last Thursday, and was seriously hurt. As we are informed he See my line of Ladies, misses and was assisting in building a storage children Life Line shoes. house for his auto when the accident Albin Murray. He was severely bruised occurred. and medical attention was necessary. Preston, a little son of Mrs. Lula present he is recovering and baring Sinclair, met with an accident last At complications, will soon be actiye in Saturday night, and was badly hurt. business and enthusiastic for the imHe fell down the stairway, striking provement of the Dug Hill road the his head against the knob that held only serious bearer between Columbia the door back, and cutting a severe and Liberty or Eunice and Columbia. gash over his left eye. One of the cleanest, the most arMr. Finis Neal and Miss Fannie gumentative speeches heard in CoWilliams, both of Eunice, were mar- lumbia during the campaign, was deried in Jeffersouville, lnd., Oct. 27th. livered by Lieutentant Governor Jas. Both, though young, meritorious mem- D. Black ab the court-hous- e last Satbers of the best families, surprised the urday afternoon, The court-roobldec ones and pledged their vows on was many ladies being the north banks of the Ohio. Th3 News present, and at each mention of the extends its best wishes for a happy, name of Wood'row Wilson there was useful life and believing it will result. prolonged applause. first-clas- s repre-setatives 2-t- f. Mr. J. D. Irvine, Creelsboro, was here manufacturer of Monday, also W. H. Irvine and Came- 2-- 2t ron Dunbar, Russell Springs. Messrs. Julius Kimble, Eugene Bo-li- n and Cameron Dunbar were here from Russell Springs a few days ago. Mr. M. Cravens, of Athertonville, visited his family here the first of the week, ne remained over in order to cast his suffrage. Mrs. B, F. Mays and her son, Roy. of Kidds Store, visited her sister, Mrs. J. H. Pelley, of this city, last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs W. J. Flowers and her two children, who spent several weeks visiting relatives in Hopkinsville, returned home last Thursday night. Mrs. J. H. Kinniard and Miss Gertrude Kinniard, of Red Lick, are visiting Mrs. Zora Rowe and attending the meeting at the Baptist Church. Mr. N. B. Miller and wife arrived from Buffalo, New York, Monday afternoon. Mr. H. N. Miller and wife met them with their auto at Camp- n bellsville, Mrs. Ernest Flowers, who has been with her mother, Mrs. Ellen Holladayi in Louisville, returned Saturday night. Her mother will be able to come home in about two weeks. Mr. W. E. Faulkerberg, Mr. J. D. Wooldridge and Mr. N. B. Faulken-ber- g were here from Jamestown last Thursday. The latter was on his return home from Texas. Mrs. and Mrs. C. C. Bates, of Jamestown, were here Thursday, en route Mrs. Bates home from Louisville. visited the city to undergo an operation which proved successf uL Mrs. H. V. Denver arrived Tuesday from Lexington, Tenn., to be with her mother, Mrs. M. E. Marcum. Miss S. R. Marcum, another daughter, is expected from South Carolina, to 2-- 2t Mill-tow- night. Mr. and Mrs B. E. Rowe and their little daughter, Louise.'wenb to Louisville last week. The latter underwent an operation for throatf trouble and she is doing nicely, and will soon be well. Mr. Joseph Dean and Mr. M. C. McClay, of near Harrodsburg, visited in Columbia last week, the former being a cousin of Mrs. Mary Caldwell and Mrs. Emily Burton and Mrs. S. children arrived from Illinois a few days ago. Mr. Epperson and one son arrived later in an auto, ft is said they will reside in Columbia It is an excellent family. Mr. Roy Mays passed through here last Tuesday en route to his home, at Hustonville, from Bowling Green, In an auto. He was accompanied from here by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pelley, who spent several days visiting relatives in Lincoln and Casey counties. Mr. S. T. Hughes went to Louisville last Thursday, returning Friday with his wife, who had been in a sanatorium in that city for. some time, recovering from an operation. Mrs. Hughes is feeling reasonably well and it is hoped that she will soon be restored to health. See T. E. el Ware. A. Allen. Mrs. Bert Epperson and two of her 2-- 2t m well-tille- d, Wiener's Wet Hie Em 2-2- 1 . THE''AbAlR CouUtY NEWS .... ..... '"' mrifc aAhi ih . ... .V! fc - fcfr .vvMh.MHBhaAa4.CHhAMBaWIHftHWW40VHHWUf i fattm. THE ADAIR. COUNTY NEWS! Published Every Wednesday BY THE M County News INCORPORATED.) Company We Want a oiismess Man 9 OH AS. S. HARRIS. Editor. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest f the City of Colombia and the people of Adair nd adjoining counties. A business man who has selling ability. The man we want may be in the automobile business now; he may be in some other business; he may be a farmer; he may be retired. "Whoever he is or whatever may be his occupation, we want him if he can fulfill the conditions of our proposal. e man, who has had We are in search of a real, live, capital, who can sell Maxwell business training, who has some Motor Cars. wide-awak- Entered at the Columbia elasa mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offic- e aa second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. NOV- - 8, 1916 T ANNOUNCEMENT. We are represented in almost 3000 of the leading cities and towns of the United States, and our dealers are prosperous and happy. iThey should be, and will continue to be, for the Maxwell Car is PAT-TES- Birdseve view ol our Plant "Largest in Dixie." Incorporated For Sheriff. s We are authorized to announce W. B. the unquestioned leader of its class. a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County subject to the action of the Rupublican primary 11917. It is a car for which there is a and growing demand more real value, dollar for dollar, than because it represents any other car in the world. nation-wid- e Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Wluni,fH(iine I Neatsburg. Mr. Henry Collins, of Campbells-ville- , was in our midst several days of week looking after cattle.. last Miss Llda Grant, who lias been sick forsome time, is able to be out with her friends ajjain. Born to the wife of J. J. Watson. Oct , the i2th, a son. Misses Mattie and Fannie Evans viBited 4 relatives at Columbia, last Saturday night and Sunday Miss Leia Heard is the pleasant Kuestof her auju, Mr& B E Cook, of CampbellsviU, ibis week, and will also We have no dealer in this locality. We want one immediately. Our representative will call and explain the details of a very attractive proposition. Anyone interested should inquire at once. ( WHOLESALE City 2201 Cunib. Main 1)141 Rates 50-75-1.- 00 Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation T.ouring Car "SAFETY FIRST" Detroit, Mich. Roadster visit her nrother, Mr. Wallace Beard, of New Hope. Mr and Mrs. James Willis and daughter, Mary, visited relatives near Egypt, last Saturday and Sunday Mr. Sam Stevenson, of Columbia, passed through this part last Tuesday The social given at Mr. B. F. Grant's Saturday night, was largely $580 One Chassis F. O. B. Detroit F. O. B. Detroit Five Body Styles All Models Completely Equipped No Extras to Buy $595 From Arkansas otel Watkins "In TELEPHONES IN ROOMS-RUNNI- the. NG Henri of Loui5villti" WATER-MODERN CONVENIENCES I ! EUROPEAN PLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th EVERYTHING IN Louisville, Ky. attended. Little Rock, oct 22, '16. Mr. Robt. Cundiff bought of Mr Dear Mr. Harris: Rollin Cundiff, of Columbia, a nice Please find enclosed two dollars to young horse for 3160. apply on my subscription for the "News " We could not get along Now Lookout. without your valuable paper This Arkansas climate is agreeing with us line and we are enjoying a reasonable share of the Wilson prosperity. Cotton is higher than for years and business is One in most every line. It is no uncommon occurrence to see a farmer bring in a load of cotton and drive back home with a new auto. Give my regards to all the boys and especially to Mr. J. E. M. uuu i.an tvisnmg you aim iiib News much prosperity and the early return to the eight, page paper, I beg to remain Yours truly, C. C. Breeding. Vi n ?T3 When a cold hangs on as often happens, or when you have hardly gotten over one cold beforeyou contract er, lookout for you are liable to contract some very serious disease This 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 can Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a great reputation. It is relied upon by thousands of people and never disappoints them. Try it. It only costs a quarter. Obtainable at Paull Adv. Drug Co. says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.f in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all' my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give llwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO- Incorporated 1 The Woman's Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when and it always'does me good." 1 SparKsville. out to hear .1 udge Carter and Luther Perrvmau discuss the issues of the day at Sparksvilie, last Friday. Your scribe transacted business in Columbia last Thursday FT A Strange and Evin Roberts attended the Masonic Lodge at Louisville, last week. A large was Sufferer From Indigestion lieved. Re- feel a little bad, 16 Caat Matkel Mreeif Between first and Brook ' "Before taking Cnamberlain's Tablets my husband suffered for several years from indigestion, causing him to have pains in the stomach and distress after eating. Chamterlain's Tablets relieved him of these spells right-awaywrites .Mrs Thosmas Casey, Geneva, N Y. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Adv. ," Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Louisville, Ky. Get a Bottle Today! WILLARD HOTEL Canter & 64 Jefferson Streets Gabbert, Mr. and Mrs West Sparks, C C Rowe, Milliard, Tim and Nell Corbin, all transacted business in Columbia last week. Mr. King Rodgers, of Keltner, has leased the most uf the land around here for a West Virgiuia oil company We believe we have oil here somewhere if it could be found The spelling at Birds last Friday night was not very vell attended on account of bad weather. Mr. James English, of Columbia, was in our neighborhood last week on business This cold spell has been the cause of several fat hogs dying, so we have back bones and spare ribs now. Thete has been over a thousand gallons of molasses made here and near here. M. C. From Illinois. Virden, Oct., 20, 1916. Louisville, Kentucky. AMERICAN PLAN Editor News: As I have not written to your paper for some time, I thought I would at tempt to write another letter. Rates $2.00 and S2.50 with $3.00 and $3.50 per day and cold water, Privi- hot vith Private Bath. of Bath. lee otfpi European Plan $I.O0 and Up o -- as like winter here it began snowing about f o'clock a. m., and is now 11. and the snow is about two inches deep, and looks like it might snow all day. Farmers are busy looking for corn shuckers, and they are scarce in this locality Mr. Charlie Stevens, a Kentuckian, near Chatham, sold a head of cattle re- bunch of sixty-seve- n cently, averaging 1,470 pounds, selling price 10 cents per pound, lie came to Illinois and worked by the month to get his start in life. Every tiling out here sells high. I will give you a few quotations: Wheat Don't Neglect your Cold. $1.67 per bushel, old corn 96c, new Ueglected colds get worse, instead corn 65c, flour $1 80 per cwt., bacon of better. A stuffed head, a tight 23fj per pound, potatoes $1 65 per bushchest must be relieved at once. Dr. el. BelJ's is Nature's As I see my letter is growing too remedy. Honey and glycerine heal long, and as I knew nothing more of the irritated membrane, antiseptic interest to write, I will close by wishtar JqoseDs the phlegm, you breathe ing the News more and more subscribeasier and our cold is broken up. ers Ever a friend of the News, Pleasant to take, Dr. Bell's J. T McCubbin is an ideal remedy for children Clear Bad Skin from Within. At Paull Drug as' well as grown-ups- . Adv. Pimply, muddy complexions are due Co., 25c. to impurities in the blood Clear ' up Special Offer. tlie skin by taking Dr. King's New Life Pills. Their mild laxative qualFor a short time will furnish the ities remove the poisons from the sysdally Evening Post, Louisville. Home tem and brighten the eye. A full, and.Farm, Kentucky Governor's War free, non griping bowel movement in map.ancTjthe Adair County News, all the morning is the reward of a dose one'ye&rfor $3.1'25. The' map itself is of Dr. King's New Life Pills the worth $1.50, but by accepting .this of--r night before. At Paull Drug Co., 25c. Adv. jou get it fcr almost nothing. co-da- It looks The Farmers Loose Leaf Tobacco Company INCORPORATHD 3 S3 S o; A -- ALL iMEALR SOC Local and Long Distance Telephones in all R.ooms. A. A. A Block o and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. V vs D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. well-know- n BURKESVILLE, KENTUCKY. Will Open For Business, o; Here is 3? a Good Place to Stop for Little Money J 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. j o LOUISVILLE Muln Street Beetween HOTEL G& 3 vs 7th Louisville, Kentucky. o; o w ?ine-Tar-Houe- y The size of the building is The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan AMERICAN PLAX. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. TjRooms Single. S2 00 per day; 2 people. 12 (With Meals) 50 50 192 feet by 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 all of our room has been taken by the buyers who have made arrangements to buy on this market of the very best buyers in the country S " v A-- o; v; Front Rooms 2 50 Single 3 CO " " " people. " " 2peoph. 00 each 2 25 2 50 " ' jpj OS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Some o? us S3 VN 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 and Courteous Treatment to All." Addiess JOE U. CURTIS, Burkesville, Ky., for further information. OJ Rooms With Private Bath: Single 3 00 per day: 2 people. 2 75 " 50 Rooms Single 3 50 per day; 2 people. 3 00 " 50 Rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Batw but with Hotand Cold Running Water. ToRooms Single.Jl 00 per day; 2 people JO 75 each (Without Meals) Single. 1 25 per day; 2 people 1 00 each 50Roouis Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 1 25 each 50 Front Rooms Rooms with Private Hath: Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each 50 Rooms 50 Rooms Single. 2 00 per day; 2 people 150 each $ vs -- V3 THE OLD INN, Louisville, ol Ky., Cor. 6th and Main Sts. ETJROPBLAJST PIoAlsr ONLY Rooms With Private Bath, $1.50 up. three-block- Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 and up. The Louisville Hotel and the Old o Tl, . Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only a walk to the retail district and theaters. 's Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. ; f Hfi ADAIR dOllNTY NEWS Forget your Aches. Stiff knees, aching limbs, lame back mmnimmmmmmmmmm make life a burden. If you suffer from rheumatism, gout, lumbago, G. R. Reed neuralgia, geta bottle of Sloan's Lin- N. M. iment, the universal remedy for pain. Easy to apply; it penetrates without rubbing and soothes the tender ilesh. Cleaner and more effective than mus-s- y Nervous Indigestion Alarmingly ointments or poultices. For strains REAL ESTATE or sprains, sore muscles or wrenched Prevalent Everywhere. 1DEACEJRS ligaments resulting from strenuous Sloan's Liniment gives Offer the following Property for exercise quick relief. Keep it on hand for Sale: CUE TO BREAK-HEC- K LIVING emergencies At Paull Drug Co. 25c m&& Which Do You Prefer? It is important for reasons of health and practical economy for every housekeeper to ask herself this question: NEW ILLS GOME j HOW YOU GET SICK Sometimes you overload your stomach with rich foods. Your life may bo an active one. rd thus you may care for .ill you Cc t. But a few davs of inactivity t. u your system docs not call for so much. You awake in tlir morning tired. Your body feels n iy; you know you are not up to i'io ir .'-- . Your digestion has not (. red lor the overload. Part i it rem. ins. It Keneiatea gas . that i:iil;i..ii.s lh f:i:l to pour delicate lininpr!.-- Ti out the rtiprcstivo i! .n'Rlcct 'l"inont3. to absoro tho You know something Is wi onsr. Your body gets weak, and soon opportunity is offered for aome illnes. Taken in time, the indirection would not become serious. VI t remove the overload: then sootl tho sore membranes; then build up tho weakened body. It's s!mplp to say, butnottooeasy todo. Younecd help. A tonic that will quicken digestion, help remove waste, sootlie tho soreness and arouse the system that's just what you need. Peruna has an enviable record in this respect. It has aide' many thousands in the last century tp overcome just these conditions, and thereby prevent serious sickness. The tablet form is convenient for regular administration. II n n n n llfo-g.v.nr :e-vi- WITH PROSPERITY Tutt TUTT & REED "Do I prefer a pure baking powder like Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from grapes, or am I willing to use a baking powder made of alum or phosphate, both derived from mineral sources?" The names of the ingredients printed on the label show whether the kind you are now using or any brand, new or old, that may be offered is a genuine cream of tartar powder, or merely a phosphate or alum compound. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum nor phosphate. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York A young man named Franklin, who We desire to extend our heartfelt lives in the Sparkesville country, was thanks to the neighbors and friends adjudged of unsound mind last week for their many kindnesses, and for all and sent to Anchorage. service rendered during the recent sickness and death of our son and husJas C. Feese. The Presidential election is over and band. Mrs. Grace Feese. the county election is on. In a very short time the county aspirants will Dukss making Over T. E. Wag- be as numerous as black birds in corn gener's store. Prices reasonable. planting time. Georgia Faulkner. 48-t- f. Adv. Tablets are the ideal lixative an 1 liver toni. . n o unpleas-- a n t effects 11 They have 10c and 25c. The Peruna Co .Columbus, O. and habits. form no SparKsville. gmmmmfflmfflfflmmmmnifflmmmmnimfflnifflm The Golden Rule Nursery 2 -- J ; TZH r 5 Fruit Trees and' Small Fruit Plants by the Thousands all of the best George Aaron and your reporter were in Columbia last Saturday. John Whitehead ana" family, of Green county, moved to this place a few days ago. We are glad to have them with us. Mack Coomer, of Basil, was with us last Tuesday, buying tobacco. The young folks prayer meeting, at Mt. Pleasant, has led to a revival, which will begin next Sunday night. Misses Emma Jessie and Artie Janes will be the leaders James Gilpin, wife and son, Lawrence, made a trip to Glasgow, one ZS day last week. It is a girl at Josh Wilson's. Mother and baby doing well. Standard Varieties and many new and s """ Special Varieties zzz Kv ji. 5 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. 1 23 S ZZ 3 ) fa A nJ S C SS T can't come, write or phone. Let us know your wants. Every order will be accompanied by a Certificate of Inspection Come and see us. If you 3 r 3 zZ by the State Entomologist. 1 ES The Golden Rule Orchard and Nursery Co. (50-3- 0 EDMONTON, KY. f3 "No- !- iiiiiuiutiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiii'i? Calumet! "iMm fSJ PUTTING IT OFF pQQ "I want what I ask for QQA I know what it would iOQ mean to go home without fff joJ jrjj Mq rQsl Calumet sure of lirjlit, Kra and economy You try Kg CALUMET fig VS Baking Powder trXj 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. D04 favorite brand once jPVv nfSfl and you'll never go POQ BRYANT & SHIVELY, Jewelers and Optometrists fV?J Received Highest IgiI Campbellsville, Ky. H '- - TIN WORK. AGENTS WANTED " I am prepared to do any kind of Tin For America's Greatest Clothes Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c. I Proposition. make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Suits and Overcoats $ 2.5 0 Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other LESS NO MORE-N- O thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call my shop if you need anythin6 in my Best references required. at No clothing hue or repair work in tin or sheet iron. experience necessary. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. All-Wo- ol 1 S. E. Bridgwaters, Write Monogram Tailors, 131 East New York St., Indianapolis, Ind. C. C. Hauger, Prop. H. H. Ilaugher, Mgr. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Co lumbia. All Classes of Dental tetldencc Phone 13 B Business Phoe 18 t Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not saveyou money. Calumet does it'sPure and far superior to sour milk and soda. Good DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Reading. work done. Crow dge and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store Dr. J. T. Jones will send his book of Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g 90 pieces in Prose and Terse, by mail, 'to anyone sending him a Postal Money up Stairs. Order for 25 cents to Glensfork, Ky. - Kentucky They are on sale at The News office Columbia, also. Died, at his home, on the 9th of OcTanlac Health Expert Describes Symptober, Mr. John Rose, with a complitoms of Rapidly Spreading Malady and Explains New Treatment Which cation of diseases. He was 73 years Is Having Wonderful Success of age. He had been a member of the Baptist church for a long time Wherever Introduced. and had lived up to what he professed Nervous indigestion, due to the mod- He often rejoiced aud talKed about ern break-necspeed of living, bas be- heaven and that lie would soon be come alarmingly prevalent everywitli loved ones aud Jesus He leaves where. This statement by the Tanlac health four sons and one daughter to mourn expert has created much comment. their loss. Rev Scott preached his funeral at Big Creek church. He continued: After "I have never seen a time when the funeral his remains were carried there seemed to he so many cases of to Union and laid to rest in the Unnervous indigestion among men and. ion cemetery. Otis and John Rose women in all walks of life. left for Illinois. W. II Rose will Here Are Symptoms. stay here to wind up the business "The symptoms are extreme Irritability, nervousness, loss of appetite, then he will leave. sleeplessness, and an almost unconquerable restlessness. Everything the Her Son Subject to Croup. victim eats disagrees with him. There "My son, Edwin, is subject to the pains in the abdomen and palpitation of the heart. Such cases are usu- croup," writes Mrs. E. O. Irwin, of .New Kensington, Pa. "I put in many ally accompanied by constipation. "I attribute the prevalence of thi3 sleepless hours at night before I trouble to the fast pace at which both learned of Chamberlain's Cough Remmen and women are forcing them- edy. Motriers need not Tear this disselves to live. Everybody is engaged ease if they keep a bottle of Chamberin a wild scramble for wealth during lain's Cough Remedy in the house and this high tide of prosperity. use it as directed. It always gave my "The will power can drive the hu- boy relief." Obtainable at Paull man machine just so far, but there is Adv. a limit. The health breaks down all Drug Co. at once and the victim is miserable From Ohio. and unhappy just half sick. Life loses all its :est. ' Hamilton, Nov. 2, 191G. How Tanlac Helps. "I have had hundreds of people call C. S. Harris: on me describing just such symptoms. If you will 'allow me space in your They try Tanlac, and in a week or so paper, will take this method of writmost of them tell me that it is helping ing to my friends. I have noticed them to 'get on their feet again.' Tan lots of letters in your paper from Kenwas specially designed to relieve lac conditions resulting from nervous in- tucky boys in Illinois and Missouri. I digestion and kindred complaints. have been there and to Iowa and Everywhere it has been introduced it Soutli Dakota. None are like here to me. Here you have no strangers Act has had " - ' r.i success." talk and behave like they do at home. Tanlac, the master medicine and re- I left Kentucky live weeks ago. 1 constructive tonic, is sold exclusively, went to Dayton. Got there at 8:05 p. in Columbia, Ky.. by m. E. C Page, former guard at the PAGE & HAMILTON. Kentucky State Reformatory was the Other exclusive agents in nearby first person I met. Went to work for towns are as follows; the Standard Oil Co. Was in Dayton Crocus, Ky , J. P. Miller & Sons. one week. Was sent here. Have been Gresham. Ky., T C. Moore & Co. here 4. weeks Am driving a tank , Cooper, Ky., Coffey wagon for the. Standard Oil Co. I Ky. L. G. Wilcox. am in the country 5 days in the week. Waterview, Ky , Thos. M. Allen. Work the city trade on Friday. Get Coburg, Ky., C. H Jarvis. through at noon. Have the balance Olga, Ky., H. E. Loy. Adv. of the day off. Don't understand me to say I get off every day at noon, onRoy. ly Fridaj . Some days I do not get in till 9 o'clock p. m. A very good job Born to the wife of Oliver McElroy, for a man that likes horses. Have to on the 13th of October, a son. Moth- take care of our own teams. Hamiler and infant doing nicely, and all ton is a city of 50,000, situated on the reasons to believe it will be a Dem- Miami river, 25 miles north of Cinocrat. cinnati, 35 miles south of Dayton. Born to the wife of Charlie Evans, a We have in the city 3 different Oil sou. Co.'s, Indians, Refiners and Standard. Aunt Scytlia Conover remains in a On my route I have those two comvery feeble condition, and is not ex- panies to contend with and the White Star and the Moon Oil Co., of Cinpected to live long. The sale at Sam Epperson's deceas- cinnati. All of the roads here are pikes. Lets of the pikes are vitrified ed, was largely attended, and everything sold at a fancy price. W. H. brick. Some concrete, some limeConover bought the farm, consider- stone, the balance gravel. No mud to contend with. The farmers here are ation $4,250. very progressive. Nearly every one Miss Omer Roy was a pleasant guest owns an automobile. Quite a numat Mr. T. B Fitch's last Sundj.y. ber have trucks, quite a number have Miss Tina Blakey visited friends tractors. Coal oil is worth 81c, gasoand relatives at Denmark, a few days line 20 to the trade and 19c to dealers. since. Last Friday night, Jim Ed Moore and Miss Susie Roy had an operation George Soda Page, of Cane Valley, performed on her throat recently by Ky., arrived in this city, looking for a Dr. W. J. Flowers. joh, George Page stayed two nights, then went home to see his papa Jim Stop the First Cold. Ed beat him 4 days. He stayed till A cold does not get well of itself. Friday morning, Said he got a letter The process of wearing out a cold from his girl near Cyclone school wears you out, and your cough be- house, telling him to come back. As comes serious if neglected. Hacking luck would have it, there was no frost, coughs drain the energy and sap the so they did not get bit. Am expectthe vitality. For 47 years the happy ing my family here the 1st of Decern-- , combination of soothing antiseptic ber. Then I will be O. K. Things balsams in Dr. King's New Discovery are very high here now. Flour is lias healed coughs and relieved "con- worth Sll per barrel, potatoes, $2.00 gestion. Young and old can testify per bushel, fresh pork 26c per pound, to the effectiveness of Dr. King's New sweet potatoes S2 to 2 50 per bushel, Discovery for coughs and colds. Buy navy beans 15c per pound, Lima beans a bottle today at Paull Drug Co., 50c. some higher, kidney beans 14c per pound. Everything in proportion. Adv. The Democrats of this town gave a Nell, i free excursion to Dayton last night. A big Democratic rally up there. Over G. E. Hamilton sold R. II 1,500 men went. Yours a pair of mules for $245 C. Short Moore. Mrs Virgil Kinnaird and daughter are visiting her father and relatives. Do You Have Sour Stomach? Allen Walker was on the creek this If you are troubled witli sour stomwjek looking after mules. ach you should eat slowly and masti R. C. Pulliam sold Tom Moss two cate your food thoroughly, then take jearling mules foi 8210.00. one of Chamberlain's Tablets h Dr. Sam Taylor and family visited after supper. Obtainable at Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Mary Hell, Paull Drug Co. Adv. last Saturday and Sunday. The corn crop was very good this DENTAL OF'XCEJ year in this section. A. C. Pulliam bought a mare colt from Walter Murrell for 862.50 DENTIST G. E Hamilton had begun to move OVER FA.TXL.T, DRUG CO. to his new home in Barren county. Columbia, Ky. The church and neighborhood hate to RES PHONE 20. give them up. OFFICE PHONI k Bros-ExieKin-naird 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, i mile from Cane Valley. Price 36,500. . FARM Of 3C4 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 140 $5,000. 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 S miles south of Columbia. Price $l,C0O. (Bargain) 40 Acres lime stone land, very good buildings, desirable place to live, 4J 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 8850. House with 9 rooms just out of town two shops, all buildings good, cotnpar-tivel- y new. Price 81,900. 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap residence) lying 3J miles N. W. of Columbia. Price 8MX).00. 30 Acres land, good new residence, 2 good springs, a good well. Price 8700. 3 miles N. W. of Columbia. 8800 for house and lot near the public square, good garden, good well, barn &c. Desirable place and is worth the money asked. $1,500 for 584 acres of land lying 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 cash the balance on time to suit purchaser 7 acres of good limestone land. Three room residence, two barns, two good springs, one well, one of the best locations in Gradyville. Away from the creek. Price right Farm of 121 acres, 5 miles south of 45 acres bottom, good Columbia. buildings, splendid oachard, well watered. All in high state of cultivation. Price $4,000. 75 acres of land in sight of Columbia, Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, ISacres timber, fenced. $50 per acre. ing of 200 acres, 100 acres in woodland, 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, dwelling and barn. Situated 4 miles south of Campbellsville, on Robinson creek. Price 83,000. 124 acre farm, 2i miles S. W. of Dunn ville, in Adair, Casey, and Russell counties, reasonable good buildings, good orchard, good spring, well water, 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, 20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, limestone land, 3600 to 8800 worth of timber. Price 82,800 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X Roads, Russell County, en Dixie Highway. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. saw timber. Price 31,200. 33 acres 1 miles from Columbia. , 7 acres first-clasbottom, balance fresh land. Four room box house, well watered Price 8830. Three houses, 7, 6, and 5 rooms, acre lots, good wells, in the town of Columbia, west of Graded School. Price $1,200 eacn. s FAkji ix Taylor county Consist- COLUMBIA, KY. iiiililliiiiiiiiiliiiiliiiiiiiiliiiiiii J. B. JoisriLS tWDEIT.,Y3Ert A?TD TEAra fi imme-diatel- Or. James Triplet! COLUMBIA, ITS". Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to Bend out In a few minutes after reeaiYise order. No extra charge for hearse. All kinds o2 Robes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co Home Phone 52 A x JNX W '"'c . f I 'u . .' ... A. i Gradyville. We are having the finest weather of the season. Our farmers are putting in the week gathering corn. Quite a good crowd heard congressman Helm here last Tuesday. Lum Hill and wife moved to Edmonton the first of the week. Lamore Simmons and family will, in the near future, move to their farm near Russell Springs. George Gilpin and family will move over in the Bliss community the first of the year. Dowell & Rodgers are daily putting out a large amount of flour. iTlt7f'r'--J,a-'-"'-"lr- M' vf.j!C?.P.. MS AdAiH COUNTY MeWS jr..:ry. -- aaMg.r -- $$m$ Before Buying See my line of Men more that the inferior kind. Our store is known as the representative We have always demonstrated to the readers of the Adair County News that we compete most successfully with the offeringsof any.catalogue house. Indeed in most instances our qualities are far superior and have cost no Carpet and Rug House and Boys Hats and Clothing. Everything for Ladies, Misses and Children in Dress Goods, Underwear, Cloaks, Headwear, Novelties and Notions. Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spacious salesrooms have always expressed themselves most favorably about our stocks and prices. The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of Good Chatman Browniner. of the Mill- town section 'was in our midst last Friday morning. Dr. J. A. Yates, of Edmonton, came over last Wednesday morning to erect tombstones to his father's grave, near Linoleum See My Line of Shoes. I this place. Rev. W. C. Christie and wife spent a .few days, the first of the week, visiting their relatives on Casey Creek. Uncle Charlie Yates, who has been in declining health for months, is able to walk to town every day. W. L. Fletcher spent a day or so in Cumberland county, last week, visit-iD- g can give you Quality, Style, Comfort and the Right Prices. with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. Hubbucff Bros. & Wellendorff, 522 & 524 W. Market St., incorporated. Louisville, Ky. Albin Murray. Dirigo. his relatives Strong Hill, who has been on the sick list for several days, has about recovered. tainment they will give on Thanks- our giving. Jeff Parson and Marcus Sexton, two blacksmiths, are having a good Lander Bryant has been quite sick business. Seem to be busy all the the past week. He is trying to keep time. up and go on with his school, but is Rev. W. C. Christie and wife and not able. Miss Ruby Pedigo were called to Omra Webb and Miss Emma Mur-re- ll county, last Metcalfe attended the school rally at RusThursday to see their little nephew, sell Springs last Friday. who is dangerously sick. We have just been informed that n tobacco Elmore Bryant has rented Virgil EpRose, the Allen man of Keltner, spent several days in person's farm, near Montpelier, for this section, the first of the week, the coming year. Mr. Bryant owns buvintr tobacco at prices from 4 to 9 hi5 hnmfi at this olace and we take it cents per pound. Mr. Rose is a fine that he was given a good chance by judge of the weed. going. We wish them success and Mr. Jesse Breeding, one of the best hope for their return, as they are citszens on Leatherwood creek, ib in a some of our best people. very critical condition at thi3 time Mrs. Reeves purchased a nice organ of troubles. Un- from Mrs. Emma Lou Roy for $50.00. with a complication less there is a change for the better in a few das he can not last long. Honor Roll of Columbia Graded Judge Moss is having a tenant and Hisih School. house erected on his farm near where SECOND MONTH. he is livine. We undeistand that Primary. Garfield Coomer will live in the dwellJesse Scott ing. Sum-mershad- Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG. m KENTUCKY, From Arizona. AGENT FOR Sf2 ranHni " e, well-know- in Bessie Bennett 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 my office and settle. The business of the estate must be closed in the next few months. James Taylor, Administrator. m Mary Sallie Hays Mary Lena Hurt Annie Miller Emma Louise Menzies Second Grade, nynes English Lynn Jeffries Wade Kearnes , Margaret Coffey Eleanor Grissom Temple McCIister Estelle Sandusky Third Grade. Program. The Self Culture ' Club will meet with Mrs. Geo. Stults on the evening of November 14, at 7 o'clock. Prayer by the President. Ira Hutchison John Ingram William Kearnes Secretary's report. Roll call Each member to give a Leighton Smythe Nathaniel Tutt quotation from Kipling. Paper Kipling Miss Hughes. The Explorer Mrs. John Murrell. Mrs. C. M. Russell. Earth's LastPicture Mrs. R. Rowe. Cn the Road to Mandolaye Eva Music Walker. keep on nands a full stock of and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone 29, office phone 98. coffins, caskets, 45-- 1 I yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia, Ky. OzarK. Corn cutting is about over in this section. Elihu McGaha had a sale of his household goods last Saturday preparFoster Pickett atory to go to Illinois. Everything Seventh Grade. brought good prices. Virginia Smith Calvin Maupin sold his farm last Virgie Pendleton week to Mr. Grant Collins, of Glens-forMary Summers Possession to be given the first Neller Rean Moore of November. Mr. Maupin and famBertha Yates ily will move to Columbia. Robert Neat Mrs. June Montgomery was sick Frank Callison last week. Eighth Grade. Mrs. Sallie White was sick a few Huffaker Stewart days ago. She has not fully recovered, Ninth Grade. 1ut is better. Stanley Cundiff Ike Montgomery and sister, Miss Dallas Tandy Annie, remain in poor health. Tenth Grade. Beckham Jeffries Aunt Sytha Conover, the oldest woman in our community, remains Vera Taylor Yery feeble. She has been confined to Kinniard Rowe Alonzo Summers her bed two years. Eleventh Grade. Mrs. Estus Barger and little daugh Marguerite Lovett. Lois, who spent the summer here ter, wlthrelatives, left for their home, Left off through oversight from 1st month's Tenth Grade Seattle, Wash., last week. Wei by Page. family will be Meldrum Scholl and residents of our neighborhood in the Spokes Wanted. near future. He has rented Mrs. Emma Lou Bryant's property at Clear The Adair Spoke Company is now Spring. We welcome them to our receiving hickory and White Oak 'midst. t a ifcorf. truant, and nnniis win spokes, same kind as heretofore and Prices .twin' Portly to prepare for an enter- W. Wetnington. k. Louise Grissom Annie May Menzies Fourth, Grade. Pearl Bennett Cecil Kearnes Thomas Menzies Norene Cofer Edrie Pendleton Frances Browning Marjorie Kelsey Lucile Winfrey Fifth Grade. Allan Mercer Mary Bell Frances Russell Douglas Durham J. Frank Walker Sixth Grade. Mabel Rosenbaum Rachel Coffey Dorothy Tandy Marshall Paull Carrie Grissom Delia Smith Phoenix, Oct 15, 1916. J. G. Campbell bought quite a num"vxjiyjMFmM ber of hogs in this section last week at Editor News: $8 per cwt. Please allow me space lor a few What I say may not be conof scarlet words. There is quite an epidemic inter-ferre- d sidered orthodox, but perhaps it will fever in this section and it has frea very great be later, as the heresay of with our school to &2Liaa!ffisir&'E2SEE25!J8 i 3 quently becomes the orthodoxy of toextent. morrow. Alice Rouse and Lenona McKinnie iSKs&isara zttsstaoiasi) When General Sherman said: "War both are very bad with scarlet and is hell," Isuppose most people thought malaria fever at this writing. it a joke, but in the light of recent With Genuine Enthusiasm introduces to your kind consideration Tom Stotts, the little son of Mr. and developments, many are concluding it Mrs G. W. Stotts, met with a very is a fact, and no joke. If we could the Chevrolet "Baby Grand", a Five Passenger Touring Car. See serious accident last Tuesday evening. draw the curtain aside and look into It and you will Want It Want It and you will Buy It. Write for He had gone to drive the cow home, the unseen world, I don't think we Cuts and Specificatifns. Write for the Car Itself. We will send and as the animal was hard to get could there find any thing so bad as it to' you for you to see it. started, he secured a rope and put a what has been going on for more than halter on her. This infuriated the two years, in Christian Eucow so much' that she attacked him, rope. striking him in the breast with her Speaking of the horrors of the Eu. horn. He was at once carried into the ropean war, Lloyd George, England's house at Squire William narvey's and Secretary of State for War, says: "i was hurt so badly that he could not be have just visited the battlefields of removed to his home, and he is still in France 1 stood as it were at the a'very serious condition. door of hell I saw myriads marching Mose Wooten is removing his saw into the furnace I saw some coming mill from near here to the Bliss com out of it, scorched and mutilated." munity. This war is a vivid reminder of the G. W. Stotts and William Harvey, fact that the wicked and the nations who swapped farms a few weeks ago, that forget God shall be turned into have moved, one occupying the house hall. And horrible as the thought is, it is consoling to know that our Heavvacated by the other. Mrs. Elizabeth Dugger, who resided enly Father has a wise and benevPrice $750.00, Factory. near Ruby, died at the home of her olent purpose in turning people over to Satan and into hell. Complete with Electric Starter and Electric Lights that Light. son, A. J. Dugger, one day last week. Paul directed that a certain one be She was about eighty years old, and had been in feeble health for several turned over to satan, not to be tortured through endless ages, but for years. the destruction of the flesh that the Quite a number from this place at- spirit might be saved. He commandtended the speaking at Breeding last ed that others be turned over to satan Tuesday night. that they might learn not to blas Born, to the wife of George Bran- - pheme. ham, on the 31st of Oct., a son- Perhaps the Lord has turned the Mr.Jand Mrs. Joe Coomer, of Met- nations of Europe over to satan that calfe county, are visiting their daugh- they may learn war no more, and to beat their sword into plow shears and ter, Mrs Finis Williams. Our town continues to grow. Both their spears into prooning hooks. Let us hope and pray that they and Mr. W. A. Janes and Mr J. F. all the other nations of the earth may The Royal Mail, a Roadster of Wonderful Individuality. Price our popular merchants, are $750.0(J Factory. Complete Lights and Starter. erecting handsome residences, and learn the lesson so well that it shall hope to have them completed by next never, never need to be learned again. And the ChevroleC'Four Ninety" a Car Built for Your Needs. T. B. Lyon spring. A Car that will take the Hills. A Comfort, a Joy, and a Delight. An Automobile. Three Speeds Forward, One Reverse. Electric telphone repairing Wanted. For all kinds of and Electrical work, call on P. E. Lights Electric Starter. It Breeds Enthusiasm wherever it is Two or three second hand Ford cars. Moss, Columbia. All work guaranseen. See It; Buy It. Write for cuts and printed matter. Write Myers & Son. teed. Phone No. 189 A. for the Car Itself. Mr. J. B. Burton, merchant at Pur-dMilltown. was 55 years old last Friday. The occasion was duly celebrated by his The church at this place lias been friends surprising him with a bountirecovered and repainted. ful dinner, many of them being Rev. Bush, of Columbia, is carrying on a protracted meeting here. For Sale. Miss Mabel Hindman, of Columbia, visited relatives here several days of I have a 15 H. P., J. I. Case Engine last week. and a new Peerless Threshing MaMisses Lida Strange and Mary chine which has been runonly 5 weeks, Pickett visited at John Shirley's last and both up in good shape, that I t Saturday and Sunday. want to sell. Any one desiring to Mrs. Mnt,a Hancock is visiting her buy said property, call on me or write brother, Mr. Cleve Thomas and f am me at Donansburg, Ky. H. C. Wright ily, of Norton, Virginia. Price $550.00 complete, Factory. Pollard visited Mr. and Mrs. Creed Notice. family, of Camp- "Four-Ninet- y" John Calhoun and Alfo Roadster $550.00 Factory. bellsville, several days last week. County Warrant No. After long and careful consideration we believe and enthusiasticalThe holder of Frank Dohonev and R. L. Caldwell 42G6 for $4.25 issued to Mrs. Eliza Bar-ne- tt ly, that we have a Car that will please in every essential. The J sold to Dink Durham, of Campbellsat the October term, 1915, of the Engiee has the Power to carry the Car any where. It has the ville, a bunch of fat hogs at 8c per lb. Adair Fiscal Court, will present same Looks, Graceful Streamliness, Comfortable and Easy Riding. Miss Clarice Stotts, of Bliss, visited to me at once for payment, and same at J. R. Tutt Jr., last Saturday night will not draw interest from this date. We received the first car load last Saturday, we sold them out in and Sunday. This October 31st, 1916. three days. We have others. J. K. Garnett. McCaffree, of Columbia, Mies Nona Treasurer of Adair Co., Ky. is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. M. Hind-mato-da- y VROLET 7 r l MOTOR OARS so-call- r Clay-com- b, &2-- y, (fjviHHHpPflH i the - l-- 2t n. yooDSOiS3" Miss Annie Lizzie Squires visited at Chapman Dohoney's last week. LewisSquires and Miss Cleo Squires pi of Summershade, visit at Ike Brock-man- 's last Saturday and Sunday. lewis MlEST PRICES PAID L For Sale. lot of good church benches, made of the best poplar lumber, several A it Receired No Commission to Pay Shipment Remittance) Mailed on Day Write for Price Lut Shipping Tag aid gf windows, doors and blinds. See Walker Bryant, Dr. Jame Triplettor C. S. B2--3t M. Sabel & Sons Incorporated EUlGifced 1356 I will drill wells in Adair an adjoining counties. See me be Eye Specialist fore contracting. Latest imSpecial attention given Diseases of all proved machinery of all kinds. Domestic Animals Pump Repairing Done. Give Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on me a Call. Jamestown road. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist L. H. Jones WELL DRILLER R Harris. Phone 114 G. LOUISVILLE, KY. Columbia, Ky. J. C. YATES