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McLean was here last week. Miss Alva Knight is visiting Mrs. Born, December 28, 1856, in Staun London, Nov. 11. The Manchester ton, Va. Scotch-Iris- h descent. Son Guardian attributes President Wil- of Joseph Ruggles Wilson and Jessie 3 son's success to the rallying of a suf C r 3 ficient number of the Progressive Woodrow. W 1875 Entered Princeton Univerity. O PRECINCTS votes which Roosevelt gained in 1912 Became B 55 interested in history and de"It seems a small thing," this news- fects in American system of Governpaper continues, "but yet it may inment dicate a new epoch in American po130 127 120 1879 Graduated from Princeton. West Columbia.... 142 123 116 87 152 litical life. The Progressive move- Took course in law at University of East Columbia 91 106 91 111 Milltown ment arose entirely independently for Virginia. 14 96 14 97 Keltner 175 175 SI 83 Gradyville foreign politics. 134 147 1S6 143 Elroy Rested with parents a year at Wil53 112 112 "Many Progressive votes given to mington, N. C. 55 Harmony 128 181 182 128 Glenville Wilson are given with the mental res178 126 134 170 White Oak 1882 Began practice of law in At"WHEN MALINDA SINGS." 197 62 185 74 Little Cake ervation that they will not go again lanta, Ga. 74 97 94 82 Pellyton 128 203 128 to a Democratic candidate unless Wil202 Roley The latest figures in the National 1883 Met Miss Ellen Louise Axson, 142 166 163 148 Cane Valley son confirms the faith of the Pro- whom he afterward married. 71 56 57 70 Efrypt election show that Mr. Wilson carried 107 89 South Columbia. .. 08 ioo gressives by consolidating what is twenty-eigh- t 1885 States for certain, giving Student at John Hopkins Uni1919 1!63 1561 1675 Total still only tentative. If he does that versity. Married on June 24th. Behim 269 votes in the electoral college, he will have established himself as gan teaching a girls' school, Bryn three more than is necessary. To the reverberated with the yells of Democ- the ablest statesman since Lincoln, Mawr, near Philadelphia. 269 votes you can add New Hampshire and he may be destined to play a part 4 votes and New Mexico 3, which will racy. 1888 Teacher of political economy Taylor County that went Republi- in the achievement of peace which and history at Wesleyan University, give him 276 votes, 266 elects. Minnesota and West Virginia, with 20 can in the last State race, got back in will give him a placelin world history. Connecticut. 1890 Professor votes, in all probability have been car- the Democratic column. jurisprudence of Irish potatoes wanted at Casey ried by Mr. Hughes which will make You can always depend upon old Jones Store. Will'pay 81.20 per bush- and politics at Princeton University. his vote in the electoral college 255. Barren. She gave a Democratic ma- el. Author of many books, including "History of the American People." If he had carried New Hampshire and jority of over eight hundred. New Mexico he would have then been 1902 President of Princeton UniThe Meeting Closes. is estimated that 6,000 RepubliIt 4 votes, so the reader can see cans and Progressives in Kentucky short versity. Established preceptorial systhat Mr Wilson's election is beyond voted for Wilson: The series of meetings which were tem, which took care of the students' question. begun It appears that all the States where ago, at the Baptist church ten days spare time. Attempted to break up Mr. Wilson's majority of the popclosed last Sunday night. Rev. cliques in college and have students' women voted were carried for Wilson ular vote is considerably over four except Illinois DeGarmo preached strong sermons commingle in dormitories. Plan finalhundred thousand. from the start, putting the ungodly to ly rejected by trustees, after being acOn Tuesday night, when the rethinking, and there were a number of cepted. For Rent. 1910 Became candidate for Goverturns commenced to come in, the readditions to the congregation before ports were very favorable for Mr. nor of New Jersey, being taken up by A house and lot of live acres of land, and at the close of the series, and Hughes, and the Democrats felt blue ear. on Greensburg street, i mile from the others say that they will unite with James Smith, Jr in Democratic j and manj were of the opinion that court-housElected bv almost 50,000 majority. Good orchard, good gar- the church later. The singing, led by Mr. Wilson had lost the election, but 1911 Blocked Smith's design to get Mr. McCravy, was inspiring throughden and all necessary outbuildings. a message went over the wires from Write, call on or 'phone E. L Feese. out, and the church was crowded each into United States Senate. Stood for Vance McCormick, Chairman of the evening during the ten days Rev. primary system. Called "ingrate"',by Box 173, Columbia, Ky. National Democratic Committee, sayDeGarmo and his helper endeared Croker. Denounced by James R Nuing that if Ohio is carried by the Sold Fine Stallion. themselves to the people of Columbia gent, of New Jersey, as "Liar and President he will be elected; that the and vicinity, and in parting many 1912 Nominated for President of West would do the rest, and it turned Mr. C. D. Hagan, of Parksville, sold gave them the hand of endorsement. United States after heated fight in out as he predicted. Ohio went DemThey went from here to Pineville ocratic by something like eighty to Mr. R. H. Price, of Columbia, Ky., where they are now engaged in a Democratic Convention, William J." Bryan quitting Clark at a crucial mothousand, and the West dropped in a his great breeding stallion, "Red Red Peavine is one of the rich- meeting. sufficiency to make the 269 votes. Later, During the meeting there ment and throwing his strength toThere is one gratifying thing this est bred stallions in Kentucky and were fifteen additions to the Church, ward the New Jersey Governor. election shows, and that is that a has made a great record, producing a ten for baptism. There were also a 1913 Inaugurated President. Began Democratic President can be elected number of good ones, At a recent number of other professions. The au to deliver messages to Congress inwithout New York, Indiana and Illi- saddle horse sale, held in Springfield, dience of baptism will be adminis stead of having them read by a ConKy., a filly colt sired by Red Peavine, gress clerk. "Pushed through Congress nois. was bought by Miss Craft, of Boston, tered next Sunday afternoon at 3 Tariff Bill, lowering schedules and Before the election the Republicans Mass., for 8450; only one in the sale o'clock. making wool and many other things were claiming that Mr. Hughes would price, this was a six free, with sugar free in three years. get the German vote solidly, but he brought a higher Basket Ball game at the Graded year-olmare. Not only is Mr. Price, failed in that as many of them supSchool Gym, this place, Wednesday Demanded repeal of Panama Canal stockmen of Adair county, are in ported the Democratic candidate, and but The Russell tolls clause Congress acceded to re- deed fortunate in securing this great night at 7:30 p. m. quest. all Europe is glad that Mr. horse. By breeding their mares to Springs team will meet the Graded 1914 Congress passed and President Wilson has been and High School team. Admission, Red Peavine, they will secure the signed Federal Reserve Bill. AntiWhen you take into cbnsideration very highest class colts, colts 20 cents. trust Bill and similar measures passed. that there were in the United States will grow into good money. that Mr. Continued struggle to get rid of something like a million and a half Price who bought the horse is known Greatest Increase Since Civil War Huerta. Finally successful when dicmore Republicans than there were to many residents of the county. It tator abdicated. Mrs. Wilson died. Democrats, the President run the was at Parksville he secured one of Washington, Nov. II. Secretary 1915 Had controversy with Germamost remarkable race ever pulled off the best young women in Kentucky Tumulty last night sent the following ny regarding submarine attacks on in the history of the country. While for a wife. Danville Messenger. message to President Wilson at ships. As result of notes Germany Wall Street was doing what it could Mass.: promised not to torpedo ships without to advance Mr. Hughes' interest, the Wanted. "Election returns conclusively dem- warning nor any neutrals unless they common people throughout the counonstrate that your victory at the polls carried contraband of war. try were laying plans to elect Mr. WilMan past 30 with horse and buggy is clear and decisive. You have car 1915 Married second time, Decemson, and so they did, and the country to sell Stock Condition Powder in ried s of the States of the per month. Union The four years of your Ad- ber 18, to Mrs. Edith Gault, of WashAdair county. Salary S70 has now settled down to business. ington. Address 9 Industrial Building, The Upper House of Congress will ministration have brought you ap 1916 to Presidency. t. Indianapolis, Indiana. have a Democratic majority of ten or proximately 2,266,614 more votes than Controversy with Carranza regarding twelve, but the lower House is close, when you were first elected in 1912. Seriously Stabbed. American troops in Mexico. Trouble the Republicans having a majority of This is the greatest increase given to averted one or two. There are six independan American President for a second ent Representatives and it is believed Last Tuesday, at the Gum Lick term since the Civil War Your vote 1916 Urged Congress to pass eight-hou- r law to avert railroad strike. Conthat five of them will act with the voting precinct, in Casey County, Mr. last Tuesday was 2,060,708 more than n gress followed advice. Democrats, but in our judgment it is Charley Overstreet, who is fever previously recorded for. a Demouncertain as to how they will vote. in the upper end of Adair county, was cratic candidate, and, despite characAnnouncement. This information will come out in the seriously stabbed by Sam Henry San- ter of opposition, is the largest vote dusky. The trouble, it is reported, election of the speaker of the House ever received by a President from the MontgomWe are authorized to announce Kentucky that the Republicans came up over a debt due Mr. Over- people of this country 952,955 more ery a candidate for County Judge'KintAdair counof street from Sandusky. A quarrel went made a desperate effort to carry went than the total Roosevelt and Taft vote ty, subject to the action of the Democratic party a little over 27,000 for the Democratic to a fight and Overstreet was stabbed of 1912, according to bulletin receved in the August primary 1917. over the heart and is now in a serious, ticket. Associated Press " condition It is not known at this of- from the Mr. A. A. Huddleston, State's Attor All the ten Democratic Congress- fice who struck the first blow, but it is Dr. P' V. Ballou, who is a surgeon in ney, of Burkesville, who is an ardent men in this State were said that Overstreet was surprised at the United States army, has removed Republican, was here Tuesdaj night Mr. Helm's majority over Mr. L. T. being stabbed. his family from Rowena to Columbia while the returns were coming in. The Neat is something over three thouand they are occupying Mrs. Sallie first reports were very favorable to Mr. I keep on nands a full stock of sand. coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Bradsnaw's residence, on Burkesville Hughes. He concluded that a News The Democrats throughout the street. It is an excellent family and man needed some consolation, and he United States are rejoicing because Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and we are glad to have them with us. said to us: "Hold up your head; don't they have a right to shout when they two hearses. Prompt service night or When it is all look so crestfallen. day. Residence Phone 29, office feel good. When you buy shoes, be sure you over will give you a rooster supper at I Tjhe emblem of olr party is a game phone 98. get the best. Come to me for a pair Burkesville and invite in all the peo45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, rooster. Our large ones are away Columbia. Ky. of good solid leather shoes. The best ple." He was here Friday morning from the office crowing with their for the price, no matter what the price and the first thing he said, upon meetneighbors The little fellow at the Reing us was: "Look here! I have called The November number of the may be. head of this column, is making all the off that Rooster supper." view of Reviews is of special interest, Albin Murray. noise he can, and is happy in "sending and the reading class should send for ' the news to Mary." Last year Bardstown played Lind-se- y it. This is a book that deals in facts, There will be preaching at the U. one of the hardest games of tho and by reading it you keep posted on B. Church next Sunday forenoon and United States evening. Prayer meeting Thursday season. They were hard to beat in NOTBS. what is going on in the that the Lindsey boys could never tell Senator Kern, who was defeated for and also in Europe. Address, 30 Ir- night. what to look for. This year the game York, N. Y. United States Senator in Indiana, ving Place, New Mr. W. E. McCandless has removed promises to be very close. may go into the cabinet. Administrator's Notice. from Burkesville street to the resiDemocratic parades were participatMr. J. C. Sims, manufacturer of dence on Greensburg street , purchased ed in all over the country last Friday All persons owing the estate of the of Mrs. E. P. Harris. Mr. O. C. Hamil Granite and Marble Monuments and and Saturday nights. late Dr. B. F. Taylor, by note or ac ton removed from Greensburg street Tombstones. Lebanon, Ky., has been The Democratic boys of Columbia count, are hereby notified to call at to the residence, in the Tutt addition, selling stones in Columbia and Adair my office and settle. The business of purchased of Mr. Lucien Moore. county for a good many years. He does celebrated by firing anvils. tlrst-claswork and his prices are very the estate must be closed in the next The yell for the Western boys foot I L. W. Bennett, Eugene Grasham reasonable. He, or one of his ball team is: "Hi Rah Hoo, Hi Rah few months. James Taylor, Administrator. make Columbia every few ITee. Wilson. Wilson, one. r.wn f.hrep ' and Clint Smith now compose a firm of stock dealers. They will be in Co- weeks, and persons who expect to buy The Republicans felt sure they Thursday and will pay stones should see him and get his prices would defeat Bob Thomas in the Mr. John Lee Walker bought the lumbia every Third, but they were doomed to dis- farm, near town, known as the Jo the highest market price for hogs, appointment. Miller farm, containing 50 acres, for oattle, and sheep. Call and see them. See T. E. Wagoner's lOct line EnamNo break in the solid South, and ?l,085. It was sold by order of court. el Ware. Missouri and Kansas showed up on the Opened front Franklin Stove, in Mr. Woodson Lewis, Greensburg, right side. good condition for sale. Cheap, For boards to go Casey Jones Store. has a new "ad" this week. Read W. A. Coffey. The granite hills of New Hampshire 1 has to say. " 3-- 2t e. Woodrow Wilson's victory was eel ebrated amid much enthusiasm at Keith's Theater last night when the Bowman Brothers, Louisville com, edians, sang a couple of verses to the tune of the National anthem commemorating the conquering of Wall street and the return of the rule of the people. The verses, by Charles Hamilton Musgrove, of the Louisville Times, were written for the Bowmans a few minutes before they went on, and the comedians broke all stage records in "getting it down," while Harry Cook, the orchestra leader, covered himself with glory by accompanying the singers without a score. The verses, which were received with lusty cheers, follow: "Our Woodrow, 'tis of thee. You gave us liberty. Of thee we sing. Hughes thought the nation's vote Bowed to a greenback note. But you just got his goat You did, by jingl Arvest Hill.: Mr. John Q. Alexander was here a few days since. Mr. Robert Wethington went to Casey county to vote. Mr. W. II. Eubank returned from x Dayton, Ohio, Friday. Mr. Wm. Hobson was here, from Campbellsville, Monday. Dr. J. S. Rowe, Ezra Moore, and (J. C. Holt, Jamestown, were here a few days ago. Mr. R. C. Borders and Mr. B. H. Gilpin, Campbellsville, were here last Thursday. Mr. W. S. Chapman returned from Dayton, Ohio, Friday night. He will probably return in a few weeks. Miss Annie Kictaaird, of Red Lick, was here during the meeting, stopping at the home of Dr. Jas. Menzies. Mr. J, S. Stults and wife and Mr. Ray Borders and wife, Campbellsville, spent last Sunday at the home of Mr. T. R Stults. Mr. T. C. Faulkner, who is engaged in surveying in the Central part of the State, spent last week with his family here $ Mr. N. W. Miller and wife, Campbellsville, were visiting in Columbia last Thursday. Dr. L. C. Nell and wife, Gradyville, were in Louisville last week, having their little son's eyes treated. Mr. Mark Holladay went to Louisville Monday, and if his mother is able to stand the trip, she will come home with him. Miss Nina Rickman, of Hopkins-villsister of Mrs. W. J. Flowers, arrived last week and will remain for several months Messrs. W. D. Bradshaw, B. M. Os-borne, W. A. Hendrick, and J. S. Mo- lin, all of Georgetown, arrived last Thursday, and will remain for the hunting season Mr. W. T. Ottley and wife; Mr. Press Sandidge and wife, and Mr. Burton Ross, all uf Burkesville, passed through Columbia Thursday, en route to Louisville and Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Miller motored to Crocus Saturday. They were accompanied by Mr. N. B. Miller and, wife, of Buffalo, N. Y., 'who remained to visit relatives for a few days. Mr. J. L. Wilson, who is a prominent druggist, of Greensburg, Mr. J. L. Durham and wife, Mr. Durham, being a general merchant, also of LGreensburg, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kessler, the former being a timber dealer, Greensburg, attended the revival here last Sunday, e, "Our Woodrow, 'tis of thee. You'll bring prosperity. To low and high: Hark to that Wild West whoop! You licked that Wall-stre- et group; Hughes whiskers are in the soup. Good night, good-bye!" 100 Pairs Ladies Button and Lace Kid Shoes, assorted sizes, stylish shapes, worth $2.50 to $3.50 price to close out at $2 per pair. Russell & Co. 2-- 2t Case Continued. Mr. A. A. Huddleston, Common- wealth's Attorney in this district, was here Friday, en route to his home, in Burkesville, from Stanford. He was called to Stanford to assist in the prosecution of Lorenzo King, who killed John Baker, in Lincoln county, some months ago. It was the first court since the killing, and the defense was not ready, the case being continued until the February term. Mr. Huddlestou is employed by the sons of the dead man. Pea-vine- ." Announcement. The Lebanon Enterprise of last Thursday contained the following: Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Bosley announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Bosley, to Mr. Rollin P. Browning, of Columbia. The wedding will take place in Louisville November 23rd. To d to-da- y d. and For Young Farmers. Wil-liamsto- The way to keep from leaving your families, in want, it is what you do or don't do, so we will see what we should not do. Don't fail to be loyal to your itors. coffee except fcr cred- two-third- 3-l- well-know- Foot Ball. Don't drink whisky at any time nor breakfast if then. Don't stand or sib around stores or game will be played A other loafing places. Saturday. Bardstown vs. next Don't go in debt except it is for things that makes a profit. Don't whip or abuse your stock In another column will be found way. " the announcement of Mr. Kint Montgomery who seeks the Democratic Don't get up late at morning. or be slow after nomination for Connty Judge in the Don't stand around you do get up, August primary. Mr. Montgomery is Don't take the advise of those that an old time Democrat that is he believes in the rule of the people in the can't help themselves. Don't fail to let your hands mind .broadest sense and not for rings, run fast after your own business. clicks or clans. By occupation he is a Don't get in the habit of gaming. farmer and carpenter and enjoys the Don't put in more crop than you confidence and good will of a broad can fix and cultivate well. acquaintance. In presenting his canDon't waste your feed or anything didacy he does it in the plain Demelse. ocratic way by stating that if nomDon't smoke around your barn or inated he will use all honorable means barnyard. to win, and if elected will serve this Don't failto fill your woodshed be- county free from partisan bias doing fore hot weather, do t while you justice in every instance. Mr. Monthard-fought Lind-sey-Wilso- n. in-an- can't do farm work. I 2-- 2t s repre-setativ- es m t. 3-- tf 2-- 2t what he 3-- 2t bought 105 head of cattle in Adair county in last week. He paid .from $20 to 855 per head. Trustees can now get their pay for taking school census last spring by calling at the County SuperintendThe Teachers' pay check failed to ent's office. arrive last Saturday. The State Suconvene at GreensCircuit court-wil- l perintendent hopes to be able to send burg. next Monday, and a large crowd by next Saturday. it is expected to be in town. Garrison Bros, have sold their groThe White Moon preparations are cery store to Mr. Bert Epperson, who ! will paper. advertised in take possession in few days. to-day- shed except during the Reason when using them. Don't fail to put your tools in working order While it rains The scripture says, 'None so blind as those that won't see,' 'None so deaf as those that won't hear,' and he that Won't support his household is worse than an infidel. Don't tear this up if you can't use It, show it to so'me one else It might keep some man from filling a pauper's grave while his wife and children stand on the bank and the children crying and pulling at their mother asking her to go home and the mother's heart bleeding and her mind thinking that she had no home or bread to take them to. November 12, 1916. J. S. Breeding. Don't fail to keep yourWls in the gomery is for good roads and for progress, and will not falter nor flinch when clothed officially with the power of county Judge. He will later on canvass the county and present his claim to the voters and will abide their decision as a true and loyal Democrat. Read his announcement and consider his claims in a just and con- siderate way. Mr. Ray Flowers lost one of his morning. He front teeth Monday was working with his colt when the animal struck him in the mouth with its head with the above result. W. D. Bradshaw, Georgetown, 's 4 I S- If COUNTY rm AbAife cotitftf mm ,. i. r .t.,,,1 - ,'.'f rr?TrM ..i- - .....unr,,. t an-J-- -- - . . .j umttt - -- ) tm.rr-rm- m ftE ADAIR NEWS I Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County ' News ' Company Are You the Man? Are you anxious to identify yourself with one of the biggest, livest and most profitable industries in the world? you willing to work hard, providing your efforts yield, a greater return? Are you eager to establish yourself in a sound, growing and money-makin- g business? Are you thinking about a business that you can bui1 1 up, that will provide you with a real. income, and that you can l.nd down, to your son? Have you a good reputation, a business training, selling ability, acquaintances and some capital? If you can qualify, we want you. And we can submit a proposition that you will like. The possibilities are unlimited for a live, hustling business man. We are at the present time without representation in this locality. We must have a dealer at once. The demand for Maxwell Cars is insistent and we must make arrangements to satisfy it. The Maxwell Company is one of the three largest automobile concerns in the world. The Maxwell Car is famous for its durability, economy, comfort and good looks. It is without question the World's Greatest Motor Car Value. If you are interested (and if you are the kind of a man we wanfj you will be ) write, wire or telephone at once to "Are INCORPORATED. CHAS. S. HARRIS, EDITOR. Democratic newspaper devoted to th- - interest ef the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. finlered at the Columbia 4lass mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offi- as second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. NOV. 15, 1916 ANNOUNCEMENT. Birdseve view ol our Plant For Sheriff. PAT-TESO- "Largest in Dixie. Incorporated We are authorized to announce W. B. a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County N W. . Hughes & Sons Co. WHOLESALE subject to the action of the Rupublican primary t 1917. i Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, c r C i. Tvirv, lti uwivv.l.7, P? r Wri a, fnf will - r'.n nlnnuittii Wnt-l- Ro-L-uiv "ink. iui rwi,- vaiaiug P,,OHI-Jllo- me B WORK ON DUG HILL PROGRESSING. i The movement being made to grade the hill, known as the Dug hill, is meeting with enthusiastic support On the first and second days of this mom h the work was started being forty-sevemen present the first and 30 odd on the second. On Wednesday, last week, n and Thursday forenoon a larger ber were present- - About one mile has been cleared and a large part of it grubed and the grade work started. Next Wednesday and Thursday it is hoped that, every one interested in the movement will be present with shovels, mattocks or something to move dirt. This is a big undertaking, but it means too much for this county, especially the upper end and Columbia, to permit it to fail. Every man between Columbia and the Casey county Hue ought to put in a day's work and those who have teams should use them in helping to make this road. We are now ready to use a large number of teams to plow and scrape, and if you can, bring a team on Wednesday, tomorrow. This work is under the supervision of Squires Shepherd and Ellis. A correct account will be kept of all donations and when completed will he made public that the county may know who are proving their faith by their works in making Dug hill is the worst good roads piece of road between Columbia and Cincinnati, and when it has been graded on the survey, will give this county an outlet of great value. The business interest of this town ought to wake up to the importance of this movement and help make this grade. Several have already responded with work and cash, but only a few. When the upper end of this county has been brought in close touch with Columbia by a good road the effect on business will be shown. Again, if we are. not to profit by business, we ought to help remove this bad piece of road by makWednesday and ing a good one Thursday, this week, Wednesday and Thursday, next, week. Bring your team and help in this progressive movement. num- I Cunb. Main 91H City 2291 Rates 50-75- -1 .00 Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation Touring Car "SAFETY FIRST" Detroit, Mich. One Chassis Five Body Styles Roadster $595 F. O. B. Detroit $580 F. O.B.Detroit TELEPHONES Hotel Watkins "In tint Heart of Loui5villu" IN ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODERN CONVENIENCES All Models Completely Equipped No Extras to Buy EUROPEAN PLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th Government Crop Report. Washington, D. C , Nov 8, 1916. A summary of preliminary estimates of crop production for the State of Ken-- t ucky and for the United States, as compiled by the Bureau of Crop Estimates, and transmitted through the Weather Bureau, TJ. S. Department of Agriculture, is as follows: CORN. State: Estimate this year, 104,000,000 bushels; production last year, tinal estimate, 114,000,0(0 bu United States: Estimate this year, Vital Statistics. Louisville, Ky. 1 Sufferer Prom Indieestion Re riVERYTHINQ IN Kentucky being a Southern State "Before taking Cnamberlain's Tab with a large percent of its population lets my husband suffered for several comprised of negroes, has attracted years from indigestion, causing him considerable attention from the rest to have pains in the stomach and disof the States that keep Vital Statistress after eating. Chamterlain's Tabtics records and which have only a ," spells of small percent of negro population. A lets relieved him these Casey. writes Mrs Thosmas resume of the 1915 Vital Statistics Geneva, N Y. Obtainable at Paull records of Kentucky shows that there Adv. were 23,541 deaths of white people re- Drug Co. corded during the year and 5,519 affected with tuberculosis have ac deaths of negroes. The total estimat cess to the sleeping chamber of the f54n.nnn.non lm nrndnnhinn lnsr. vnar. ed white population of Kentucky was family, and the same carelessness due 2,115,315 and total colored population to ignorance or indilierence leads to iinal estimate, 3,054,585,000 bushels. WHEAT. Oct. Estsmate, 8,190,000 was 249,970. This gave a deatli rate disastrous results It is well known bushels; production last year, flual es- of 11.1 for whites and 22 9 for blacks that many epidemics of typhoid fever per 1,000 population It is very sig have been traced to cooks who pretimate, 9,900,000 bushels nificant that the diseases of the res- viously had suffered an attack of tyUnited States: Oct. estimate bushels: production last year, final es- piratory organs are responsible for a phoid and who continued to discharge much larger death rate among the from the bowels millions of these timate, 1,011,505,000 bushels. OATS. State: Oct. estimate, 4,200,-00- 0 colored population than the white. seed of the disease for weeks or often bushels; production last year, final The death rate per 100,000 white pop- months. Negro cooks in the matter ulation was 144.8 and 434 2 in the col- of personal habits have rather unenestimate, 5,4G0,000 bushels. ored for tuberculosis of the lungsC viable reputations and are especially United States: Oct.. estimate, bushels; production last year, The rate per 100,000 for other forms dangerous when they are carriers of of tuberculosis for white population the disease. They are careless of the final estimate, 1,540,362,000 bushels. TOBACCO State: estimate this yr., was 20.1 and for colored population, fingers nails or in the matter of wash430,000,000 lbs ; production last year 41.0. Pneumonia gave a death rate ing soiled hands and have abundant of 89 1 per 100,000 for the white and opportunities for permitting this final estimate, 350 400,000 lbs. United States. Estimate this year, 204 5 for colored population. Whoop- foul material laden with germs to Now Lookout. 1,115,000,000 lbs ; production last yr , ing cough gave 8.9 for white and 15.0 come in contact with the food of the When a cold hangs on as often hap- final for the colored population. Influenza family. This is especially true in estimate, 1,000,587,000 lbs. pens, or when you have hardly gotten or lagrippe gave 19.7 for the white handling milk, which is almost alPOTATOES. .State. Estimate this overonecoldbeforeyou contract anothyear, 4,120,000 bushels; production last and 3S.4 for the colored population. ways drunk without being sterilized. er, lookout for you are liable to con- year, final estimate, 0,426,000 bushels. Diarrhea and dysenteric diseases, inhas tract some very serious disease. This United States Estimate this year, cluding typhoid fever, afford a strik- It is well to know that the South and higher death rate from typhoid succession of colds weakens the sys- 289,000,000 bushels; production last yr., ing example of the high death rates tuberculosis. Some public health of tem and lowers the vitality so that in the colored population, the rates ficials, and people who take pride in you are much more liable to contract final estimate, 359,103,000 bushels. per 100,000 being 27 5 for whites and to chronic catarrh, pneumonia or conSWEET POTATOES. State: Esti- 49.2 for colored population for typhoid the land of their birth, endeavor explain this and excuse it by saying it you mate this year, 900,000 bushels; producsumption. Cure your cold while The diarrheal aud dysenteric diseases can. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tion last year, final estimate, 1,050,000 of children under two years or age is because of the high percentage of the negroes in the population of the has a great reputation. It is relied bushels. gave a death rate of 34 9 for white South and their high death rate. people and never upon by thousands of United States. Estimate this year, and 41.2 for colored population. Dysdisappoints them. Try it. It only 67,700,000 bushels; production last yr., entery of people age two years and This toes notTesson the importance of the public health problem, but costs a quarter. Obtainable at Paull final estimate, 74,295,000 bushels. over gave a rate of 14.8 for the white rather magnifies io for the reasons Adv. Drug Co. HAY. State: Sept estimate, 1,239,-00- 0 and 25.4 for the colored population. tons; production last year, final es- These facts are of vital importance to above given A white man, woman boy or girl dead from typhoid fever or timate, 1,225,000 tons. Sparkesville. the people of the State because of the consumption, which came from a neUnited States. Sept. estimate, intimate relation of the colored and tons, production last year, final white population on account of the gro infective agent, is just as dead as had some pretty weather We have if the disease had not been contracted servant problem. The record shows from a white person, and any work of for the past month, and most of our estimate, 85,225,000 tons. APPLES. State: Estimate this year, that for this year which is typical of farmers are gathering corn. health reform which leaves out of 2,150,000 barrels; production last year, the prevailing conditions, there were consideration education and control C. Gowen has built a rock wall in final estimate, 4,170,000 barrels. about three times as many negroes af i iront 01 nis yaru. United States. Estimate this year. llicted with tuberculosis as whites, as- of the colored population is worse than useless and is folly. The death Rev. Marshall Terrell, of Burkesville, 67,700,000 barrels; production last year, suming the mortality rate to be of rate per 100,000 of white from viobeen holding a revival meeting at final estimate, 76,070,000 barrels. has the same severity. A tubercular cook Antioch, near this place, for nearly PRICES: The first price given be- in the kitchen is more dangerous to lence was 64 8 and of colored, 132.8. three weeks, and the church has been low is the average on Nov. 1st, this a family than an u neon fined lunatic. Cancer showed a slight increase in the death rate of colored population. greatly edifled by the splendid dis- year, and the second, the average on In the latter case, upon the first act Diphtheria showed a rate of 24.7 in courses. Nov. 1st, last year. of violence, he would be confined by State: Wheat, 81.G8 and 81.05 per society. In the former case, there is the white and 12.8 in the colored popYour reporter bought two hogs from bu. Corn, 78c and 54c per bu. Osts nothing to prevent such an individual ulation. Measles showed a slight deC. C. Roe last week for $5.00. Pellacrease in colored population. 57c and 45c per bu. $1.3 1 from infecting each and every memPotatoes, There will be a spelling match at and 59c per bu Hay, $12.20 and 811.60 ber of the household, and containing gra, meningitis and scarlet fever had Wilson's school house next Friday approximately the same rate. night, the 17th. Every body cordially per ton. Eggs, 28c and 23c per doz the process as often as she is hired by United States; Wheat, $1.58 and other families. Tuberculosis sputum Head-ofInvited. Cough. That f 93.1 cents per bu Corn, 85 and 01.9 containing myriads of germs of conAt the first sign of sore throat cents bu. Oats, 49 and 34 9 cents sumption, cau be readily spread by t ight chest or stuffed-uGood Reading. head take a $1.36 and 00.8 cents per bu. contact of the lingers with the mouth dose of Dr. Bell's Hay, 10.63 and $lu 83 per ton. Cotand nose or the handkerchief, and Dr. J. T. Jones will send his book of ton, 18.0 and 11.6 soothing honey cents per lb. Eggs from the fingers can be spread up. The healing pine tar, Verse, by mail, 90 pieces in Prose and it and glycerine quickly relieve the conto anyone sending him a Postal Money 32 and 26.3 cents per doz on such foods as are not thoroughly gestion, loosen the phlegm and break Order for 25 cents to Glens'fork, Ky. sterilized by cooking, giving rise to an up your cold. Dr. Bell's Pine-TaSpokes Wanted. They are on sale at The News office intestinal form of tuberculosis Care- Honey has all the benefits ol the heal- -' also. The Adair Spoke Company is now less spitting on the part of a domestic ing aroma from a pine forest, it is Wanted. receiving hickory and White Oak will result in many of these germs pleasant to take and antiseptic. The spokes, same kind as heretofore and finding their way through dust to the formula on the bottle tells why it reTwo or three second hand Ford cars. nf. RflmA nriees. lungs of members of the family who lieves colds and coughs. At. Paull Myers & Son. ) 4t E. W. Wethington. necessarily visit the kitchen Maids Drug Co., 25c. Adv. right-away1,229,-182,000 00 lieved. ELOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incornoraied I CO- - 16 Eaat Makef Afreet Between first and Brook Louisville, Ky. WILLARD HOTEL Center & Jetfefson Streets Louisville, Kentucky. AMERICAN PLAN Rates $2.00 and $2.50 with $3.00 and $3.50 per day with Private Bath, hot and cold water, Privilego of BaMi. European Plan $1.00 and Up AIL, MEALR COC Local and Long Distance Telephones in all R,ooms. A Block and a half from both Wholesale, and Retail Districts. D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money I LOUISVILLE HOTEL fc Main Street Beetween 6 7tll 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. 12 00 each 75 Rooms (With Meals) " " 50 2 50 " " Speople, 2 25 " Single 3 CO " " 2peopIe. 2 50 " 50 Front Rooms Rooms With Private Bath: Single 3 00 per day; 2 people. 2 75 " E0 Rooms Single 3 50 per day; 2 people. 3 00 " 50 Rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Ilatw but with Hot and Cold Running WaUr. 75 Rooms Single.lt 00 per day; 2 people 0 75 each (Without Meals) Single. 1 25 per day; 2 people 1 00 each 50Rooni3 Single. 1 50 per day: 2 people 1 25 each 60 Front Rooms Rooms with Private Bath: Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each 60 Rooms 50 Rooms Single. 2 00 per day; 2 people 1 50 each All-wint- er p Pine-Tar-Hon- ey THE OLD INN, Louisville, Rooms Without Bath, S1.00 and up. Ky., Cor. 5th and Main Sfs. r- Rooms With Private Bath, $1.50 up. are Located in the Wholesale District and only a The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn walk to the retail district and theaters. three-block- 'a l-- 3t -- Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. . DUE laa--3-- vwy- - yv tfffft.-- ;y. AfiAia ddthfttf NEW3 .1 '" " r "' ""' - : ' T M3 Ozark. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure HERE'S SMILE OF PERFECT HEALTH Our farmers are making use of the pretty weather gathering corn and sowing wheat. The corn crop is good ;md about the usual amount of wheat U being sown. S M. Mcltinley PUTTING IT OFF S aH0 mHJT No Alum Crop Report. No Phosphate Owensb . - " u October 1st, 1916. As we have been busil.- uayed in The crop report as of October 1st traveling over the hills and hoi.ows of enjoying old is rather difficult to summarize as it southern Kentucky, is almost entirely preliminary esti- mother nature in all her oeauty and mates on the results of this year's splendor, interspersed with the soft they will return. products and the acreage for next. autumnal breezes, we again chrouicle Can YOU smile like this? Miss Lou Ella Combest and brother, The corn is not all gathered. The si- a few reminiscences of the dim and Denny, Hearty, jolly, contented it's the are on an extended visit to los are all not yet filled. Most of the mystic past. smile of perfect health. It comes from their sister and family, Mrs. N. A. bounding tobacco crop is housed, but not all of The general topic of conversation in McKinley, red blood, at Campbellsville. joy in living, the it. Not a great deal of wheat has this neck of the woods is who will win, Edgar Ellis, who has been working vim and igor of been sown, and while some nroirress Wilson or IlughesV From reading the in Ohio for the past three months, has sound manhood. has been made this past month in the daily paper it seems that all is well, How lor. since seeding of wheat, rye and barley, for to the 7th of November, it appears returned home. YOU have smiled Jasper Bryant is on the sick list. much of the fall seeding has been de- that the old Elephant and Moose will Miss Emma Murrell left last Wed- like this. Be honlayed. Especially is this so of wheat. be running side by side at break neck est with yourself Many of the farmers hope by this late speed, while the old donkey will be nesday for Berea, where she will enter Do you face th" sowing to avoid the ravages of the snorting and panting in an effort to school. mirror in the mornM. L. Mitchell and wife, of near ing with cheery Uessiin fly. Early sown wheat is keep in sight. visited the families of Jesse pleasure over anmore liable to become infested with Mr. B. A. Lawless, one of the counthistly The price of seed wheat is ty's best teachers, and also postmas- Bryant and W. G. Roy, at this place, other day born, or do you get up tired, very high, jyid this will likely cut the ter at Sewellton, Ky., lost his house recently. droopy and weary, linal acreage of fall wheat sown. Last Sunday was the twelfth birth- with a bad taste in and contents by lire on the night of The faots ascertained by the De- October the 4th. Origin of the tire day of Lone Willis, and it was duly your mouth, aches partment at this time are as follows: supposed to have been from a defect- celebrated. He is a kind, polite boy, in your body and The preliminary estimate of wheat ive flue. and obedient to his parents We are bones, a and sown is 8i per cent., rye is 87 per cent., sure he will make his mark in this grouchy feeling Mr. S. B. Collins has sold his big against all and, while but little barley is raised saw mill to Rakestraw & Hopper, price world. the In your world in Kentucky, the estimate on that is 8600- pracAlbert Bryant and pupils are heart? If the latter, given at 88 per cent. The estimated M. Grimsley, pastor of Mt. ticing a play to be given on ThanksRev. I. then you need just yield of corn per acre is given as a Vernon church, tilled his regular ap- giving. what John Lands State average of 29.8 bushels. Hemp Miss Ilettie Young, who has been in needed and found. yield is estimated at 99G pounds per pointment on last 3rd Saturday and declining John Lands is health for several years, is Sunday. He also sang on Friday night acre. the smiler In the John Lands not any better. His Smile. picturei He is a The tobacco crop is good, and 90 Fred Knight, who last winter bought Ben Allen's store house and percent., of same is reported housed Bad Colds from Little Sneezes machinist and lives at 712 Freeman avenue, Cincinnati. It is the experiand ujost of it curing well. Some of stock of groceries, has sold the house Grow. back to Ben. He has moved the groence he has been through that makes the late tobacco is not curing so well. Many colds that hang on all winter him smile today. However, the crop is of unusual color, ceries home and will build a house Hobbled on Crutches. start with a sneeze, a snide, a sore texture and quality. It is estimated near John Payne For five years John Lands has sufwas a large crowd in attend throat, a tight chest. You know the that Burley Tobacco will yield 919 There fered from a weak stomach and kidpounds per acre, and Dark Tobacco ance at Jamestown the lirst day of symptoms of colds, and you know the ney trouble. Rheumatism set in and will yield 851 pounds per acre as a court. E. G. Asher, Jackson Morris prompt treatmeut will break them at times made him virtually a cripple. State average. This is an unusually and Caleb Powers delivered speeches up. Dr. King's New Discovery, with He had to hobble around on crutches high estimate and runs about 78 and in behalf of Charles E. Hughes, the its soothing antiseptic balsams, has for weeks at a time, laying off from Republican nominee for President. been breaking up colds and healing his worfc, losing time and money, suf77 pounds per acre respectively heavMrs. Powers was also in attendance, coughs of young and old for 47 years. fering agony. ier than last year's report. "I 'nave taken The Irish and sweet potato crop are Aalviu Acree bought a small place Dr. King's New Discovery loosens the different kinds of fully a hundred medicine to relieve phlegm, clears the head, soothes the reported poor generally throughout of Finley Gaskin, for S1G0. my condition during the last five membrane and makes breath years," irritated the State, the average yield of Irish he said. "But nothing seemed M. L. Owens has sold his store to L. ing easier. At Paull Drug Co., 50c potato being given at 73 bushels per L. Warner, to do me any real good. Food would and his farm to Owen Adv, lie heavy on my stomach and I had to acre and of sweet potato 79 bushels. As Mr. Warner has had quite take cathartics constantly. Then I had Late garden conditions are poor. The a ItlcGaha. lot of experience, we take it that he an extremely bad case of rheumatism. condition of live stock is good. The is a first-clas-s business man, endeavorreports of grasses in different sections ing as Mr. Our farmers are done sowing wheat Once I had tc lay off work for four Owens has been doing, to months. I had to use crutches a good vary and taken as a whole are in good many weeks at a time. serve his many customers and friends and are gathering corn. condition, Blue Grass being given at to The Sunday School a Pleasant View "Look at me now! I am hale and the best of his ability. Mr Owens 87 per cent., clover 8G per cent., while and family, after disposing of their is progressing very nicely under the hearty an enjoy life to the limit. I orchard grass shows at 91 per cent., am in full possession again of all my household furnishings, will take their management of Mr. Charlie Gilpin. and alfalfa at 88 per cent. The third vigor. "Flatt-foot- " for Texas, where, after Pertcins, of ITovious, natural cutting of alfalfa was cut very short departure a few weeks visiting, will lo was Tanlac Did It. spending the guest of I. M. Grimsley, of "What did it? Tanlac, the wonder by the dry weather. In some local cate Tulsa, Oklahoma. We are this place, Saturday night and Sun- ful new tonic and system purifier. It ities it is reported the fourth cutting-wil- l deed at sorry to lose Mr. Owens in day. very and is one hundred per cent efficient. No be ready .n a few days. Much of his interesting family, for they are chil- medicine I ever took has done for me Mrs. Dennie Redman and her the crimson clover was killed out by fine people, Mr. Owens of what Tanlac has done. himself, being dren, Mrs. Mattie McGaha and her the late drouth. a gentleman of broad experience, and children, and Mrs. Sallie Gilpin were Ask any of my friends who have seen Now is the time for the faimer to business man. He is a visiting Mrs. Mattie Grimsley, of this me daily. They will tell you the same put in some cover crops if he has not an thing. This Tanlac is positively margreat church and Sunday School velous." aireaay done so. Kye, barley or win- worker, one who is ever ready to lend place recently. Rev. I. M. Grimsley, of this place, ter vetch will prevent washing of the a helping hand to those in distress, and Mr. Lilbuin Breeding, of Roy, are land and retain the fertility also. Re- and Tanlac, the master medicine and rewhose whole aim is to build up attending Conference at Berea. ports show a large increase in the constructive tonic, is sold exclusively the community in which he lives. He . numbers of farmers who are using will in Columbia, Ky.. by therefore be greatiy missed. May Constipation Dulls Your Brain. PAGE & HAMILTON. limestone and rock phosphate with their pathway ever be bright and good results It is cheaper to raise Other exclusive agents in nearby That dull, listless, oppressed feeltheir efforts crowned with success, is fertility than buy it. ing is due to impurities in your sys- towns are as follows; the wish of their many friends. Respectfully submitted, J. E. Murrell was on the square at tem, sluggish liver, clogged intestines Crocus, Ky , J. P. Miller & Sons. Mat S. Cohen, Commissioner of Agriculture. Jamestown, the first day of court, Dr. King's New Life Pills five Gresham. Ky., T. C. Moore & Co. Cooper, Ky., Coffey Bros. talking for the News and " Woodrow. prompt relief. A mild easy, non-gri- p Do You Have Sour Stomach? ing bowel movement will tone up Exie, Ky. L. G. Wilcox. Eld. F. J. Barger, of Columbia, was your system and help to If you are troubled with sour stomclear your Waterview, Ky , Thos. M. Allen. enjoying the familiar scenes of by. muddy, pimply complexion. ach you should eat slowly and masti Get a Coburg, Ky., C. H Jarvis. cate your food thoroughly, then take gone days at Jamestown Monday Adv. bottle of Dr. King's New Life Pills Olga, Ky , H. E. Loy. one of Chamberlain's Tablets imme-diatel- u There is reported to be a case o today at Paull Drug Co., 25c. A near Dent, this dose after supper. Obtainable at wo of small-pox- , will make you cheerful Found: An Odd Fellow pin. Call ounty. Paull Drug Co. Adv. Adv. on'J. C. Strange. at breakfast. Mr. N T. Mercer has removed to Her Son Subject to Croup. the property he recently purchased "My son, Edwin, is subject to from Mr. G. W. Lowe: Mr. L. L. Eu- croup," writes Mrs. E. O. Irwin, of bank has removed from Water street New Kensington, Pa. "I put in many to the residence vacated by Mr. Mer. sleepless hours at night before I cer, Mr. Frank Garrison has removed learned of Chamberlain's Cough Remfrom Greensburg street to the proper- edy. Mothers need not fear this disty vacated y Mr. Eubank. ease if they keep a bottle of ChamberThere are times in every woman's life when she lain's Cough Remedy in the house and needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. For Sale. use it as directed. It always gave my Whefn that time comes to you, you know what tonic boy relief." Obtainable at Paulj to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is comTwenty-eigh- t acres of land, lying on Adv. Drug C o. posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act the Columbia and Russell Springs gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, road, at White Oak church. If interWanted. and helps build them back to strength and health. ested write or call Calvin Acree, Lindsey-Wilso- n It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, Irish potatoes, At Denmark, Ky. ailing women in its past half century of wonderful $1.00 per bushel, cash. ia, Mc-Kinle- y. lost a valuable mare This Man Was Rheumatic Cripple Inst Monday, with pneumonia fever. Grant Collins, who recently bought Five Years. Calvin Maupin's farm, at this place, will take possession Mi November Mr. Maupin will remove to Columbia. Meldrom Scholl has rented Mrs. Em- FINDS STRENGTH NEW WAY ma Bryant's farm and will move to it soon. We will be glad to have them. Elmore Bryant has rented V. M. John Lands, Victim of Chronic StomEpperson's farm, near Montpelier, and ach Weakness, and Generally Run wi'l move to it soon. We are sorry to Down Constitution, Tells How He give up this good fjynily, but as they Won New Vigor Now Hale and own their home at this place, we hope Hearty, Enjoys Life to Limit. 'W X ,1 t, M y i X . -- " , 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 BRYANT & SHIVELY, Jewelers and Optometrists Campbellsville, Ky. I Vash So Glad That I Vash Here. J Helm. one-tent- h up-to-da- to-nig- ht XEEEE You Need a Tonic ii-t- f. (Published by request.) Molasses making has ceased and corn One who does not believe in immer j gathering is on, and it is good. sion for baptism was holding a pro j. a Lestfir .ind .T. "R WnnlHriHuo tracted meeting and one night preach - , took a load of bovs nnd criri to wn. ....... n ed on the subject of baptism. In the town Thursday v night to attend a pie course of his remarks he said that supper. They reported good a time. some believed it necessary to go down School is progressing nicely at this into the water and come up out of it to be baptized. But this he claimed LPaCG U"der the care of Prof. Carl Bal- to be fallacy, for the proposition "into" lou. of the scriptures should be rendered i Beech Grove school came over to diiferently as it does not mean into g,ve s- - p- - s- a defeat last Friday night, at all times. Moses said, we are told, ,u a speu'ug matcn, out tney failed to went up into the mountain, and the meei wicn our requirements and it was Savior was taken up into a high moun- called off. We will meet them yet tain, etc Now, we do not suppose under fair conditions. either went into it. So with going Carl Ballou, L. A. Lester, Leon, Jim dowu into the water. It means sim- and Stanley McClure, and Bill Anderply going down close by, or near to the son went to Creelsboro last Wedneswater, and being baptized in the or- day night and report a good time. L. A. Lester and Leon McClure are dinary way by sprinkling or pouring, sowing wheat this week. lie carried this idea out fully and in due season closed his discourse, when an invitation was given for any one so disposed to rise and express his HENRY W. thoughts. Quite a number of his DEESTTIST brethren arose and said they were well pleased with the sound sermon they Am permanently located in Co had just heard and felt their souls lumbia. greatly blessed. Finally a corpulent All Classes of Dental work done. Crow gentleman of Teutonic extraction, a lfte and Inlay work a Specialty. stranger to all, arose and broke the All Work Guaranteed silence that was almost painful, as follows: Office over G. W. Lowe's "Mister Breacher, I ish so glad I Shoe Store vash here to night for I has had ex blaiued to my mint some dings dad I neffer could pelief before. Oh! I ish AGENTS WANTED so glad dat into does not mean into at all, but shust close by, or near to, for now I can pelief many dings vot I For America's Greatest Clothes could not pelief before. We reat, Mr. Proposition. Breacher, dat Taniel vash cast into Suits and Overcoats $12.50 de ten of lions and came out alife. NO MORE-N- O LESS Now I neffer could pelief dat, for wilt beasts would shust eat him up Best references required. No clothing right off. But now it is very clear to experience necessary. " my mint. lie vash shust close by or near to and tid not git into de ten at Write Monogram Tailors, 131 East all. Oh, I ish so glad I vash here toNew York St., Indianapolis, Ind. night. Again we reat dat de Heprew chiltren vash cast into de firish fur- C. C. Hauger, Prop. H. H. Haugher, Mgr nace, and dat always looked like a peeg fish story too. Dey vould haf been purnt up, but it ish all blain to my mint now for dey was shust cast py or close to de firish furnace. Oh, I vash so glat I vasli here and den Mr. Breacher it ish sait dat Jonah vash i GHEST PRICES PAID sea and taken into de cast into de Remittance Mailed ea Day Shipment is Recefred Now I neffer could whale's pelly. pelief dat. It alvas seemed to me to No Commission to Pay be a peeg tish story, but ish all blain Write for Priea Lut sad Shipping Tags to my mint now. He vash not in de whale's pelly at all, but shumponto M. Sabel & Sons his pack and rode ashore' Oh, I vash Incorporu3 EtUMuWd 1SS6 so glad I vash here to night. And now LOUISVILLE. KY. Mr. Breacher, if you will shush two more bassages of de scriptures I shall be oh so happy dat I vash One of dem ish wbere here itsaishde vicked shall be cast into a lake dat burns mit fire and primstone, alvays. Oh, Mister Breacher, shall I .DENTIST be cast into dat lake if 1 am vicked, or OVER PATTf.T. DRTJO CO. shust close py or near to, shust near Columbia, Ky. enough to be comfortable? Oh, I hope you tell me I shall be cast only shust RK8 PHOXE 2D. OFFICS PBONB by, a good vays eff, and I vill be so glad I vash here De udder bessage is dat vich saish plessed are dey who do dese commandments dat Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist dey may haf a right to de dree ob life, Eye Specialist and enter in droo de gates ob de city and not shust close by or shust near Special attention given Diseases of all enough to see vat I haf lost and I Domestic Animals shall be so glad I vash here Offica at Eesidence, I mile of town,, on ; I DEPP, AH-Wo- ol to-nig- awrasi ex-bla- in to-nig- ht Dr. James Triplett to-nig- L. H. Jones success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking Sloan's Liniment for Neuralgia Aches. Jamestown road. For Winter Colds as f,ystem':. - r; ""engui 13 the trouble. Let rr tonic be one that isrequired 10 overcome that ""r" specially catarrhal conditions, and you can conquer the cold. valuable in A cold is acute catarrh; It may become chronic Chronic catarrh CARD 1 g SffiiSSS ?. Inflammation years it nas Been usea sufferers, who willingly the world .$h4ndsn! fateful Ions history of helpful- Peruna's ucoa is me Dest evidence that it is what you should take. Liquid or tablet form for your conveniences QBQIVCaiAVCAIAMUMl Manalin Is the Ideal laxative and o wwo Causes m not delluc mild and iorm it 13 with- -taoiec ous I V" to take,in effective, um unpleasant effects, and will not habit Jjni a aw ana liquid. 35c and $1.00; mnBMIBIMITUM zoc csoca, w in ri. nnAf PERUNA IS INVIGORATION ,?n involving the stomach and the as the nose or throat It means stagnation. The Woman's Tonic Jn&.r&?i&P. -- no. fcYyi Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "1 think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now 1 feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. """( THE PERUNA Has Helped vtqm" The dull throb of neuralgia is quick- Phone 114 G. Columbia, Ky. ly relieved by Sloan's Liniment, the universal remedy, for pain. Easy to applj ; it quickly penetrates without rubbing and soothes the sore muscles. Cleaner and more promptly effective than mussy plasters or ointment; does not stain the skin or clog the pores For stiff muscles, chronic rheumatism gout, lumbago, sprains and strains it gives quick relief. Sloan's Liniment reduces the pain and inflammation in insect bites, bruises, bumps and other minor injuries to children. Getai DNDERTASm AND EMBALMER at Paull Drug Co., 25c. bottle COLUMBIA, KY. Adv. J". B. JojNTfcLS to-da- y CO, CoIaabus.O. MmXK u u 2-- 2t Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to See my line of Ladies, misses and send out In a few minutes after reeejviae order. No extra charge for hearsed All Mads of children Life Line shoes. Robca on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co Albin Hurray. Home Phone 5g A J 9$.i mssb THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SKKKX4X4)C4X4X N. M. Tutt G. R. Reed Before Buyin See my line of Men We have'always demonstrated ito the readers of the Adair County News that we compete most successfully with the offeringslof 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 vt Tin & REED Tt THAT- - 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 ESTATE DEALERS Offer the following Property for Sale: Good Linoleum See My Line of Shoes. FARM LAND acres of good lime stone land well watered, good dwelling and out buildings on public road, and In a good seighborhood. Price $4,200.00, one-liabalance on easy terms cash, the 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 mile from Cane and outbuildings, Valley. Price $6,500. 140 lf with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. I can give you Quality, Style, Comfort and the Right Prices. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, 522 &524 W. Market incorporated. St., Louisville, Ky. Albin Murray. THE GREAT Farmers Protection Sale Gradyville. .FAKM Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Qreen river, 1 mile from pike now under construction. 52 acres river bottom. Good dwelling, barn andaut-buildinePrice 2 cood orchards. s. In The Providence of Almighty God Will be conducted by 85,000. " 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. 116 Acres of good land in a good neighborhood, good buildings on public road, about 8 miles south of Columbia. Price $1,600. (Bargain) 40 Acres lime stone land, very good buildings, desirable place to live, 41 miles southlof Columbia. Price 51,600 House and Lot: House with six rooms, good out buildings, good water and nthp.r conveniences, just out of town limits. Price $850. ter tobacco. by rheumatism, or rot from catarrh of kidney disease. Don't be eaten up by House with 9 rooms just out of town D. M. filthy parasites. Get cured by taking God's Medicine-Ron Blodget, the Mr. and two shops, all buildings good, corapar-tivel- y Ferryman, of Bowling Green, was It is legally Guaranteed. No cure, no pay. You can't afford to new. Price $1,900. throuch here the first of the week, suffer for opinions sake, but you can afford to rely upon the testimony of your 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap taking up garden seeds. He reports neighbors and be cured by will place and residence) lying 3J miles N. W. of Co- the sale of seeds short $600.00. keep in healthy condition the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Bowels, also keep the lumbia. Price Mrs. Joel Rodgers was on the sick 30 Acres land, good new residence, 2 ' Blood Pure. days of last week. good springs, a good well. Price $700. list a few Keep the above named organs in a healthy condition and you will be immune, Uncle Robert O. Keltner, one ofj 31 miles N. W. of Columbia. Colum- you can snap your finger at all diseases. 8800 for house and lot near the pub our oldest active men, was in good well, bia a day or so of last week on Drop the silly foolish prejudice that kills you. Abide by the laws of nature, lic square, good garden, well-knowot Herbs-COM-CEL-SA- The weather is fine. Corn gathering is the topic of the . GREENSBURG. KENTUCKY, day through this vicinity, All Hogs continue to die with cholera. filled his ap14 Rev. W. C. Christie pointment here last Sunday with a See to it that you are healthy. If not, why not? Do you have RHEUMATISM, CATARRH, any disease of the STOMACH, LIVER or KIDNEYS. very interesting discourse. ONE HUNDRED BEST MADE FARM WAGONS AT PRICES was here If you have any diseased condition in any part of your body you should see to it Nat Walker, of Columbia, UNDER COMPETITION. last Friday and Saturday mixing with NOW, delay is dangerous. You can't get well without some kind of medicine. our people. THE BEST IS ONE HUNDRED BUGGIES TEN DOLLARS LESS THAN There has been a great deal of to"COM-CEL-SAR- " PRESENT COST. bacco sold to local buyers in this sec(Registered Trade Mark No. 38, 725.) tion at very satisfactory prices. e Land Rollers, Clod Crushers, Disc Harrows, Cultivators and Plows at Corn is ready sale in this section COMPOUND CELERY AND SAKSAPARILLA have advanced from Fifty to One Hundred per cent. We will save GO cents per bushel. of health and happiness, man and womanhood robs children Disease robs you you money if you but now. Allen Rose, of Keltner, and W. G. of their inalienable right to be happy and vigorour, and finally kills you. Pickett, of Pickett, were through SHOES If you are sick, get well. Don't die from disease. here the first of the week looking alDon't wait and be crippled Disease and Death Comes to Mankind! Woodson Lewis Beginning November We offer Ten Thousand Dollare worth of Shoes at Old Prices, Don't wait 'til next spring to find out how you would have appre- ciated these prices offered now. COM-CEL-SA- R. COM-CEL-SA- R Clothing has advanced Fifty per cent. We offer One Thousand Styles. Suits at old prices. Buy now. New Up-to-da- te An immense stock of dry goods, bought before the advance, low prices while they last. Ladies Cloaks at low prices. At barn &c. Desirable place and is worth the money asked. $1,500 for 581 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. 1 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. Earm 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, 15 acres timber, fenced. $50 per acre. The election passed off quietly here with every Democrat and Republican that possibly could get to the polls were here and cast their votes just as they desired. "While the election is over and our side of the question could not be pleased better. We believe in peace, good times, high prices and equal rights to all men. We believe the next four years will be the best times that we have enjoyed since we had our existence in the worm. While we are satisfied of this, we be lieve our Republican friends will have the same privilege to enjoy the future as we do and we will all go along together without any discord, happy in the Lord. War News. use a little common sense and good judgment, get a Three Months Treatment of for One Dollar, from COM-CEL-SA- R Sugar, 11 pounds $1.00. Good Coffee, 6 pounds $1.00. met Baking Powder, 4 for 25c. 10c. Calu- - IPAjLTLL Rugby. Rev. Ferril, of. Burkesville, closed a successful meeting a few days ago at Antioch. Had between thirty and forty conversions and the church is greatly revived. Brother Feirill is nearly blind, and is a Methodist minister, and delivered us some powerful discourses. Bev. Chandler, of the Benox circuit, is carrying on a great meeting at Breeding. Brother Chandler is a very young man, but- has been delivering some strong discourses, and is having a good meeting with several - DRUG CO.,ky. corcnvEBiA, A small lot of Calico at 5c. Like the great North American Pigeon the last of the species. 1000 yards in the lot sold in 6 and 8 WELL DRILLER Yard Lengths. Good Indigo Blue Overall'at $1.00. We offer Woven Wire Fence 20 per cent upder market. adjoining counties. See me be fore contracting. Latest im Will send and article by mail; if not satisfactory can be returned. proved machinery of all kinds. We want eight or ten Sub Agents in Adair County, for the sale Pump Repairing Done. Give of the Chevrolet Motor Cars. Terms Liberal. And very profitable to anyone who wishes to buy a Car. me a Call. I will drill wells in Adair an J. C. YATES . FAkm in Taylor county Consisting of 200 acres, 100 acres in woodland, JB0 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, dwelling and barn. Situated 41 miles south of Campbellsville, on Robinson creek. Price 83,000. 124 acre farm, 21 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, 8600 to 8800 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. saw timber. Price $1,200. 33 acres 11 miles from Columbia. 7 bottom, balance fresh acres first-clas-s land. Four room box house, well wa tered. Price $830. Three houses, 7, 6, and 5 rooms, acre lots, good wells, in the town of Columbia, west of Graded School. Price $1,200 eacn. 96 acres of limestone land, good spring, 6 room box house, good barns, 9 miles N. W. Cclumbia. $1150. - COX.TJMBXA., KTS litmiimiuiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumu London, Nov. 11 (12:35 p. m.). The No Change in Cabinet. War OQIce announces that German n Mr. Fred Simpson and Dallas trenches over a front of 1,000 yards on were in Columbia last Wednesthe Somme front were stormed last day. A dispatch from Washington says: night by the British. The announceno changes in the There will Mr. Bodgers, of Keltner, and a Mr. ment follows: President's Cabinet unless some of Henson, of Sulphur Well, were in this "Last night the eastern portion of neighborhood-las- t week looking after the members voluntarily quit. At Regina trench (on the northern end their old interests. There is a pool of present there is no certain indication of the Somme front) being a contin- oil here on Harrod's Fork remember, that any one of them will take that uation of the length of trenches cap and it would be a fine thing for tho action. Much talk to the effect that Secretary MoAdoo will quit the treas tured by us in our successful assault county if some oil wells were drilled. ury post is not to be taken seriously. of October 21 was stormed and capMisses Mamie and Beulah Bean vistured on a front of 1,000 yards, in ited at Sparksville a part of last week. That there will be no changes in important offices close to the President spite of a heavy enemy barrage. The Mr. James Gilpin and family be may be stated just as positively. new trench has been joined up with the old line and the position secured. lieve in seeing the country. Since The President is expected soon to Prisoners of two regiments were taken they bought their car they have been give attention to the naming of memOn the remainder of the front there over much territory. He says that bers of the tariff boardj or as soon as people here do not know what a good he completes his message to Congress, was no change." road Is. We hope sometime if the which he began before election day. Berlin, Nov. 11 (by wireless to newspapers publish a world stands long enough to have Also, it may be stated, no especial good roads here in Adair county. emphasis is to be put on political afstatement from ''competent military Anglo-Frenc- h filiations in selecting a tariff board. authorities," saying the J. W. Blair, who left Glensfork sev Ability, coupled with technical drive on the Somme has been halted by the exhaustion of the En- eral weeks ago, has landed in Elida, knowledge, will be first considered. tente troops and their heavy losses New Mexico, and he writes us that he There have been many reports cirand by unfavorable weather. The is very well pleased. He has met a culated regarding changes in the Cabgood many former Adair county peo- inet, but officials in close touch with statement says: ple and says they are doing well. It the President declared that it is alsus"After the tremendous losses on intimates that it takes money to live most certain that he will urge all the tained by the British and French November 6, when they employed in New Mexico. He says good drink- present members of the Cabinet to reing water is scarce. He likes the main at their posts, and changes are f six British and four and success in climate, and thinks it will be benefi- not expected, unless members themFrench divisions without selves desire to quit the official an attempt to break our front be- cial to his health. LeSars and Bouchavesnes, they tween Special Offer. have been unable to drive forward for large attacks their exhausted and dec Spokes Wanted. For a short time will furnish the imated troaps over ground made imHome practicable by lain. All attempts daily Evening Post, Louisville, The Adair Spoke Company is now and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War have been stifled immediately by the map and the Adair County News, all receiving hickory and White Oak fire of our artillery and machine guns 83.25. The map itself is spokes, same kind as heretofore and and only south of the Somme near one vear for by accepting this of-- at same prices. Pressoire did the French obtain in- worth $1.60, but E. W. Wethington. f cr almost nothing. r jou get it significant local successes. Fir-quione-hale - With Genuine Enthusiasm introduces to your kind consideration the Chevrolet "Baby Grand", a Five Passenger Touring Car. See It and you will Want It. Want It and you will Buy It. Write for Cuts and Specifications. Write for the Car Itself. We will send it to you for you to see it. MOTOR OARS Price$490.00 complete, Factory. Alfo the "Four-NinetRoadster $490.00 Factory. y" After long and careful consideration we believe and enthusiastically, that we have a Car that will please in every essential. The Engine has the Power to carry the Car, any where. It has the 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. "WO&DSO Good LEWIS teiMence Phone 13 B Business Phoe IS fi Reading. l-- 4t DR. N. Dr. J. T. Jones will send his book of 90 pieces in Prose and Verse, by mail, DENTIST to anyone sending him a Postal Money Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g VTr, Order for 25 cents to Glensfork, , i.jr. up stairs. They are on sale at The News office Columbia, - Kentucky also. J. MURRELL