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The basket ball game played here last Wednesday night, Russell Springs against the Graded and High School team, was exciting from the start, and at one time it looked like the visitors would come out victorious, as at the close of the first half the score stood 19 Commences to Draw in February. Lindsey-Wilso- n Wins 46 lo 0. Personals. Mr. L. O. McFarland, Rowena, was here a few days ago Mr J.' T. Gowdy, Campbellsville, was here one day last week. Mr. H. K. Alexander made his regular trip to Columbia last Thursday. Dr. Jas. Taylor will be at East Fork Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Mrs. Mary J. Blakeman returned from Indianapolis, Ind., some days ago. Mr. E. C. Yates and wife, of Bowling Green, are visiting Mr. Yate's kin Strong Hill. For a number of years the above named gentleman has been representing the Belknap Hardware Company, Louisville, and he commands a large trade in the territory assigned him. He is a gentleman who attends strictly to his business, letting every body else's strictly alone. He is very courteous in manners, aud is very much liked by all the merchants he visits. His house is the largest in Louisville of its character of business, and sells goods over many States. Mr. Hill resides with his little family at Glasgow, but he was born and reared in Taylor county, and for a long time was a retail merchant in Campbells-villwhere he was highly appreciated by many friends who delighted to trade with him. He is a gentieman whose word is as good as his Dond, hence when he tells you anything you Belcan bank on it being correct. knap & Co. regard him as, a valuable man, and doubtless he has a position with the firm as long as he chooses to hold it. Upon each trip to Columbia he is given a cordial welcome, and he never fails to sell goods. May he continue to be prosperous is the wish of this paper. e, to 16 in favor of Russell Springs. When the last half started the Graders soon got in the lead and gained right along until the contest closed. The score stood 40 for the home boys, 29 for the visitors. A good crowd witnessed the game. in this county. I Mrs. Nannie Flowers, who was quite Following is the program for the C. Notions and Clothing. aick several days of last week, has W. B. M , which meets Tuesdry, Dec. I have two stray hogs on my place. Granulated Sugar 9c lb. 5, 1916, at the home- - of Mrs Z. T I have a shop and set of blacksmith about recovered. Both barrows and will weigh about 150 Odd pants $1.25 to $2.00. Miss Ruth Lyon, of Campbellsville, tools, I will sell, rent or lease. Lot Williams, at 2:30 p, m.: to 175 each. Owner can have them Overcoats $3.75 Hymn 120. Invocation, Mr. Wil- 38x130 feet, known as the John Eubank visited Mrs. Garlin Grissom a few by paying feed bill and this notice. Odd Coats $1.75. days of last week. stand. W. H. Eubank, W. H. Cundiff. John F. Neat. liams. Bible Reading, Psalms 34th chapter. Columbia, Ky. Miss Beatrice Breeding entertained Mrs. Mary Neat. Mr. Arvin Bibb, of Greensburg, last Accidentally Shot. Announcements for county offices Saturday night Hymn 177. Business period. There was some sport made of the and Sunday. Roll call. Responded by giving some must be paid for in advance. The Rexall Straw vote when Mr. Fred Mrs. B. G. Redmond is dangerously fee is five dollars. If you want the Robert Smith, a colored boy about Hill, who is a member of the Rexall Missionary Item. people to know that you area candidate sick, and her two brothers from Kantown, was accidentally shot in the left Association, first commenced to post Season of prayer. sas are now present with her. hand last Thursday morning. He and the vote in the Presidential contest, The union of God's people is coming. tell them through The News. years old, another but it proved very nearly correct in Jo Spearman, ten Mrs. W. B. Rowe. Mr. Walker Bryant lert last ThursSee the annual foot ball game at Reciting a Poem, Mrs. Phene Rowe. Lindsey-Wilso- n colored boy, were in an apple orchard the electoral and popular vote. Wilday morning for Missouri and OklaThanksgiving. gathering apples. The small boy had son took the lead and maintained it in "Preparedness," Mrs. Z. T. Wilhoma to be absent about ten days. an old pistol that he did not know every report but one. The Rexall liams. Mrs.ll. C. Feese returned Saturday Gradyville. was loaded. He was snapping it at Company recorded 951,396 votes And Hidden answer. Mrs. Rose Price. evening from a four weeks visit to her Reading a letter from some Missionfirst one object then another, and final- the electoral vote was given 299 for children in Sweeneyville, Louisville We had plenty of ice last week. Astonishing Bargains in Millinery. ly it went off, the ball striking Robert Wilson, 232 for Hughes. ary, Mrs. Bert Epperson. Mr. Jesse Breeding continues in a andTndianapolis. Bible study, the Psalms in History. in the left hand, passing through it. very critical condition. Drs. L. Page and Robert I. BlakeMrs. Bob Rowe. The drug store of, E. T. Willis, of To reduce ray immense stock I will He came to town and had his hand dressed, but it will be several weeks Cave City, was entered by burglars Benediction. Several hogs were slaughtered here man, Indianapolis, arrived last Saturfor the next ten days offer wonderful day afternoon and will spend a week Mrs. Z. T. Williams, Pres. last Thursday night. Several watch the first of the week. bargains in trimmed and untrimmed before he can use it. Mrs. W. B. Rowe, Sec. chains, brooch chains, watches and a Corn is ready sale at 3.00 per bar- or ten dp,ys, hunting. hats. $5.00 hats go at $3.00, S3 75 hats 9 REPORT OF THE CONDITION flash light were taken. rel. Mr. R. W. Shirley went to Louisgo at $1.75 and etc. Be sure and call i. Lindsey-Wilso- n Foot Ball game at and see for yourself. W. S Baker is' painting his dwell- ville Thursday morning to have his OF TnE REPORT OFTHECONDITION Thanksgiving. Mrs. Geo. Staples. left eye treated. It has been giving ing at this time. OFTHE Quite a number of loads of tobacco him much trouble for six months. REPORT OF THE CONDITION The General Assembly of the Bappassed through here the first of the OF COLUMBIA Mr. jSamuel Damron, "formerly of tists of Kentucky met in Louisville BANK OF THE week for the Greensburg market. GRADYVILLE this county, but for the last fifteen last week. Dr. Gatliff, of WilliamsLuther Gideon Sneed, who was shot years a citizen of Lincoln County, visburg, presided over the meeting. The Doing Business at Town of Columin Green county a few weens ago, has, ited his brother, Mr. Elzy Damron, of bia, County of Adair, State of association pledged large' sums of BANK, this city. His many old friends were money to missions and other purposes. Kentucky, Doing Business at Casey's about recovered so far as the shots are glad to see him. concerned. A resolution was adopted pledging the At Town of the Close of Business on the Doing Business Creek, County of Adair, LaFayette Fielders was in Green Mr. Lee Akin, a former Adair counassociation to the temperance cause Gradyville County of Adair 9tii Day of Nov., 1910. county and Greensburg several days ty citizen, now of Oklahoma, arrived and to support no man for office, State of Kentucky, State of Kentucky. resources. legislative nor executive who visit relatives in At the Close of Business on of last week prospecting for timber. last Wednesday to neighborhood. He 220 1CS 99 do every Loans and Discounts would not pledge himself to Sam Burdette and NatWalker, of the Sparksville At the Close of Business on 1 389 88 Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured the 9th Day of Nov., 1916 Columbia, were in this community has served two terms as Sheriff of the thing in his power to drive intoxicat- Stock. Bonds and other Securities 10 151 24 the 9th day of Nov., 1916. Kentucky. ing liquors out of last Friday, looking after mules. They county in which he lives, and was re-- ' Due from Banks ai 575 10 RESOURCES RESOURCES 11 S09 SO Cash on hand 80 54" 30 Loans and Discounts bought one 3 year old mule from W. elected for the third term on TuesChecks and other cash Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 010 C5 S. Baker for $165. 307 93 Loans and Discounts day, the 7th. ii Notice to Physicians, Teachers and Items a 4 82 Stocks, Bonds and other Securities 4 SS5 22 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 5163. The tobacco crop in this section has Mrs. Ellen Holladay returned from Banking house. Furniture and Due from Banks 3 098 51 5 387 ss Due from Banks Parents. 2 000 00 Cash on hand fixtures 1 78730 2 177 76 Cash on hand about all been sold at very satisfactory an infirmary in Louisville the .first of Banking House Furniture and 115 17 Checks and other cash items prices and a great deal of it has been last week. She is now ab the home of 2b9 719 83 Total.. Fixtures 2 947 69 Banking IIouso, Furniture and Dr. T. L. Higglnbotham, of Hutchput on the market at Greensburg. her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Walker, this 2 560 00 liabilities. Fixtures Total ? 46 249 08 v inson, Kans., will be at Creelsboro, Capital stock paid in, in Hence our farmers are gathering in city, where she will remain several Other Real Estate LIABILITIES Wednesday and Thursday, Dec, 6th cash lots of money'to meet all their demands weeks, before gng to her home, out $30 000 00 $37 623 2S Total. Capital stock paid in, in $.V 000 00 and 7th, prepared to treat surgical Surplus. Fund Dr. L. C. Nell, wife and son re- of town. She is gaining strength rapLIABILITIKS Cash 15 000 09 conditions of the Nose and Throat. Undivided Profits, less exSurplus Funds 1 400 00 Capital Stock paid in, in turned from Louisville the first of the idly, and will soon be fully restored. penses and taxes paid 4 Physicians and Teachers are especial- Deposits subject to check $211! 101 04 219 427 02 Undivided Profits, les expenses $15 000 00 week, where they had been for treatcash 19164 3 000 00 and taxes paid 1 129 77 Surplus Fund ly invited to bring or refer children of Reserve for taxes 101 17 ment of their son's eyes Be Sure to Hear It. Deposits Subject to check 538 719 26 28 719 26 Undivided profits less tax and ex. Total poor, to whom services the indigent 440 'X penses paid 2i9 719 83 Mrs. S. Simmons and son spent sev46 249 03 total will be gratuitous. 19 ITS Deposits subject to check STATE OF KENTUCKY, eral days at Jamestown last week visSTATE OF KENTUCKY County op Adair, jbct The Ladies cf the Self Culture Club County of Adair (Set. 537G23 2S Total. iting relatives and friends. We. W. W. Jones and Jno. W. Flowers, PresiDo You Hayc Sour Stomach? are attempting to place a series of conWe, J. A. Wheeler and C. q. Moss President STATE OF KENTUCKY i dent and Cashier of the above named Bank, do and Cashier of the above named Bank, Joel Rodgers made a business trip certs before the people of Columbia. i Set Countt of Adair you are troubled with sour stom- solemnly swear that the above statement is emnly, swear that the above statement U do sol If to Greensburg one day last week. Goodo and T. O. Morton, President true to We Mc C. These programs will not only prove ach you should eat slowly and masti true to the best of our knowledge and belief. the best of our knowledge and belief. and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnRev. W. C. Christie is holding a enjoyable, but elevating to those who W. W. Jones, President. ly swear that the above statement is true to the J. A. Wheeler. President. cate your food thoroughly, then take very interesting revival at East Fork hear them. The first one will be givJno. W. Flowers. Cashier C. O. Moss, Cashier. best of our knowledge and belief. one of Chamberlain's Tablets imme-diatel- h Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th at this time, ne is assisted by Rev. en on the evening of Dec, 1 1916, at Mc C. Goode, President. after supper. Obtainable at day of Nov., 1916. day of Nov,, 1916. T. O. Morton, cashier. Bailey, of Greensburg. We under- the Paramount Picture Show. The Adv. My commission expires Apr. 30, 1918. Paull Drug Co. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th stand there is great interest manifestJoe S. Knifley. N. P. A. e artists for the evening are MIs3 W. M. Wilmoro, Notary Public day of Nov., 1916. Expires, Mcli. 8, 1920. ed in the services. Wimberly, violinist, and Miss AnCorrect Attest: MY commission expires Feb. 11. 1913. hereby warned to keep Hunters are U. N. Whltlock G. L. GowDT. Notary Public. James Riiey Sexton, who moved in gela Sweeney, reader, who will render off of our place. We mean what we W. T. Hodgen, of Campbellsville, Director. the Weed section a year or so ago a program of rare merit. The public Murray Bros say. who is always on the lookout for someMr. J. F. Montgomery, who Is one is cordially invited, not only to spend thing new, has an ad in News, The Lindsey-Wilso- n now has about of the leading lawyers of this place, from flart county, and by the way he is one of the best citizens and busi a pleasant evening, but also to help calling for walnut kernels He offers one hundred and fifty pupils on the on Wednesday morning after the The Thanksgiving service will be a good price. Here is a chance for the hill, and, in a few weeks more will election, when the Democrats were ness men of that section, has sold out the ladies in their undertaking. If his possessions, and will in the near this occasion proves a success, others held at the Christian Church Thurs- boys and girls to make some Christ- come, by the score. blue, feeling that Mr. Wilson had future, move back to his old county, will follow during the winter. Tickday, November the 30th, at 10:30. mas money. been defeated, was gamer than he on Drug Store. Rev. L. F. Piercy, pastor of the MethI keep on nands p. full stock of was before the election, announcing where he has a nice position awaiting ets sale at the Paull odist church, will deliver the sermon. coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep to the Democrats that Wilson had him For Rent To The Traveling Public. Thos. Collins, Newt Norris, Taylor Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and carried Ohio, and for them to take L. W. Bennett, Eugene Grasham two hearses. Prompt service nlghti or ccurage; that he would sweep the Robinson, Robert Grady, and Felix The Trabue farm. Two tenant's day. and Clint Smith now compose a firm Residence Phone 29, office West and would have twenty votes to Corbin all of this section were on the November 16th, 1916. of stock dealers. They will be in Co- houses and rooms in the home. You are urgently requested to use phone 98. the good in the electoral college, He Greensburg loose leaf tobacco market Tillie J. Trabue. lumbia every Thursday and will pay 45-- 1 yr may not have twenty, but not far last week. They report wonderful the entire road and not drive in the J. F. Triptett, the highest market price for hogs, same track all the time as such a proColumbia, Ky. from that number. Mr. Montgomery pric.es on tobacco. Mr. Sam Bufdette bought quite a cattle, and sheep. Call and see them. Our old friend, Finis Wilson, of ceed u re will cause the road to rut, and had been a close reader of the reports number of mules in Cumberland coun3tf Greensburg, called in to see us last even though it might be only for a Irish potatoes are bringing more ty last week. Prices ranged from money than ever bofore known here. from the West during the canvass Friday morning, while visiting his small depth, water will run down in and was thoroughly convinced that it . Evidently there will be a great 8100 to $160 per head. Foreign buyers have been here. old friends and relatives in this sec- the ruts and cause the road to deteriwould go as it did. deal of road working in Adair during tion. Finis looking fine and all are orate. A rut is very hard to repair the year 1917. The spirit of building Mr. J. C. Sims, manufacturer of always glad to see him, as he is fine especially until it gets to be three or Wanted For Rent. good roads grows stronger daily. Granite and Marble Monuments and company and keeps well up on every- four inchestieep. Tombstones, Lebanon, Ky., has been The people should realize the fact A house and lot of live acres of landi thing that is going on, both at home Sam Burdetthas sold, to different selling stones in Columbia and Adair 200 bushels shelled corn. and abroad. He informed us that he that they are paying for the road on Greensburg street, mile from the parties, in this town, in the last few county for a good many years. He does S. H. Grinstead & Co., court-housGood orchard, good gar- would be in Florida this winter. We themselves, fod should try tc preserve ' weeks, 85 mules at prices ranging from first-clas-s work and his prices are very Columbia, Ky. are glad to note that he has recently same because it is their property. necessary outbuildings. den and all $135 to $215 per head. reasonable. He, or one of his united in the holy bonds of wedlock E. Wiley, on or 'phone E. L. Feese. i Columbia needs more dwelling Write, call make Columbia eveVy few at Auburn, Ky., to a Miss Griffith, an Bommissioner of Public Roads. Columbia, Ky. 173, Box Farmers have been busy for the past weeks, and persons who expect to buy houses. People would locate here if accomplished young lady of that city. ten days gathering corn. Some have stones should see him and get his prices they could secure homes. Garlin, Ky., Nov.v2I, 2916. ofWe all wish them much happiness and Dr. Jas. Taylor has removed his started their plows. 24t. Editor The Adair County New. appartments on the second pleasure all through their lives. fice to Will pay $1.25 cash for Irish pota- floor, front rooms, Eussell building. Dear and Friend: t boards to go Casey Jones Store. For A deputy State Eire Marshal was toes and 90c cash for sweet potatoes, The Self Culture Club will have a Will you please announce in your professional card appears in The His here last week, and it is reported that delivered at Lindsey-WilsoParcel Post sale and serve good eats at valuable paper that I have resigned News he condemned several frame buildings in Mr. Gordon Mont- my position as traveling salesman and . the court-housMoss & Chandler. Pine-ta- r Relieves a Cold. on the square. gomery's office, Thursday Nov. 23, in so doing it is with a feeling of re Good Reading. A very large crowd attended the contains for the benefit of the Columbialibrary. gret rather than pleasure. Dr. Bell's But In baptizing last Sunday afternoon. soothing elements of the pine Administrator's Notice. all the It will be fun for everybody and justice to my health I am forced to Dr. J. T. Jones will send his book of every thing that can be sent by par- give up the road life, and I wish to the taltated membrane, and It heals antiseptic properties loosens 90 pieces in Prose and Verse, by mail, cel post will be sold. Every one is thank each and every merchant in and Special Offer. by its All persons owing the estate of to anyone sending him a Postal Money most cordially invited to come. adjoining Adajr county for their most the phlegm, you breathe easier, and late Dr. B. F. Taylor, by note or the acFor a short time will furnish the Order for 25 cents to Glensfork, Ky. promised to be a severe cold has liberal patronage given me during the what count, are hereby not i tied to call at. daily Evening Post, Louisville, Home They are on sale at The News office A Good Huckster wagon for sale. past 12or 15 years and here broken up. For that stuffed-u- p Is hoping been my office and settle. The business of and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War also. S. F. Eubank. Come at once. each and every one a long and prosfeeling, tight chest or sore throat the estate must be closed in the next map and the Adair County News, all lt perous life. take a dose of Dr. Bell's Willis Page, of the Sparksville few months. one year for $3.25. The map itself is and prevent a wearing,, hackI beg to remain your friend. neighborhood, died last Sunday. He A number of swine were slaughtered James Taylor, Administrator. wnrth $1.50, but by accepting this r S. C. Nit. ing cough drag ?ing through the winto be 102 years old. was said last week. you get it for almost nothing. Adv. At Paull Drug Co., 25c. ter. ' during the war of the rebellion, has held Bardstown scoreless and piled up received good news from the pension 46 points. Cundiff, Popplewell, FaulkHill were crowding ner, Mitchell-andepartment. enemy hard at all points. MitchHe drew a pension of 812 per month the up to 1876, and in that year, on ac- ell made a sixty yard run. count of an indiscression upon his part, Notice. his pension was stopped, and he has not drawn a dollar since. He has been notified that he will be Call at T. E. Waggeners for Rubber again "placed on the list, and in February, 1917, he will be paid $19.00, and Shoes and Overshoes. thirty dollars per month so long as he Program. lives from that date. d 4-- 2t Lindsey-Wilso- n won another overMr. Isham Scott, of this place, who was a soldier in the Federal army whelming victory Saturday when they Notice. have a full line of Groceries, also On the 18th inst., Mrs. Ollie Edwards, wife of Robert Edwards, after several months illness succumbed to the much dreaded disease, consumption, and is now resting in the beyond. She professed her Savior in early life and joined the Cumberland Presbyterian church and lived a faithful christian. She was 30 years old. She was oldest daughter of J. C. Brad-shawho lives near Crocus. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Collins, of this place. She leaves a husband and two children, all of Bonnieville, Hart county, her father, brothers and sisters and many relatives and friends, near Grocus, to mourn their loss. w, 4-- t. 4-- 2t ' N STATE FARMERS BANK at mu-nicipl- e, , 1 4-- 3t I I Ber-nic- 4-- 2t to-day- 's e. 4-- 2t repre-setativ- es 3-- 2t n. to-da- .- e, Piae-Tar-Hon- ey Pine-Tar-Hon- 4-- of-e- m x2Jf ' X'fr:'V:v $&E AbAiK COtlNTY REMARKABLE INTRODUCTORY OFFER FOR THIS VISIT ONLY FOR THIS VISIT ONLY $5,oo Eye Glasses At Our Object In this remarkable offer of $5.00 Glasses for $1.00 a pair is simply to introduce our service in your community as well as our CRYSTAL LENSES. Our Crystal Lenses have met with a great success by many people who are now wearing them and are meeting with the same results wherever they are introduced. 4) I The National Optical Company, of Louisville, wishes to announce that their Specialist and his Assistant will be Hancock Hotel, Wednesday and Thursday, November 29 and 30, AND EVERY NINETY DAYS THEREAFTER .00 A Pair in Columbia at the Our Optical Specialist and his assistant have had years of experience, so you may rely on them absolutely. They will be pleased to examine all those who have eye trouble or wear glasses Absolutely Fiee. We would suggest therefore that you call on them. Our New Invisible Bifocles Will Not Confuse You Crystal Lenses Will Positively Relieve All Pains About The Head and Eyes. wmEjmmmBmam i- t as well as other abnormal conditions of the eyes that can be relieved through wearing of properly fitted glasses of quality in most all cases. DON'T FORGET THE DATES & !KtW1,-- &ter You Can See Near and Far With Same Lense VSlf&SSv. jv M-- j L'O - iTr '' I .f Our Work Is Guaranteed For Five Years Beware of all persons who call at your home and claim to be representing us, as we do not have representatives, but our Specialist at the Hotel as we advertise. All oders taken, delivered by insured parcel post. is V1 Wednesday and Thursday I V NOVEMBER 29-3- 0 - HANCOCK HOTEL Office Hours: 8:30 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. If your Time is Limited, Come Early and Avoid the Rush. Remember That the above offer of $5.00 Eye Glasses for $1.00 a pair for National Optical Co. Address all communications to office, G. W. HAIGH, Mgr., 608 Republic Bldg., Louisville, Ky. guarantee our work and glasses both for five years in writing and to the rereferences to those de sponsibility of our guarantee we will siring same. These glasses we are advertising are the kind that usually selj at most optical establishments at $5.00 and most cases even more. This give-bankabl- this visit only. Special prices on other classes of Optical work. prices will prevail after our first visit to Columbia. Regular Reception is Room-Ho- tel Parlor. We would ask you not to let our remarkable offer conflict in your mind with other such offers that have been made at drug stores and other places by men who were not responsible nor established anywere nor do they claim to be; as to ourselves we are located and established. We the first time to our knowledge that such an offer has been made by responsible people who will stand back of their work and who can not be branded fakirs as some have. Call and see us .and we will explain how these prices can be made. You are not obliged to buy any classes and all EXAMINATIONS ABSOLUTELY FREE. THE The Louisvile Times came out last NEWS Thursday in favor of the Legislature Dr Jas. Taylor has removed his ofsubmitting t?the voters of Kentucky fice to appartmehts on the second Published Every Wednesday Constitutional amendments having floor, front rooms, Russell building. for their object the establishment ofn jS professional card appears in The BY THE btate-wid- e Prohibition and Women s Adair County News Company suffrage in the State. The Times is News today. ADAIR COUNTY not in favor of State-wid- e prohibition nor women's suffrage, but it thinks the question ought to be settled and CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. the quicker the best for the State. In submitting t.hese amendments Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest every voter will have a saw The Pro of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair hibition sentiment in the. State, in and adjoining counties. our judgment, is rrucli stronger than the suffrage question, but by the votes as second of the peopie, for or against the amendColumbia Entered at the ments, would settle Uie matter for all elass mail matter. time to come ( INCORPORATED.) Post-offic- Mr. Bert Epperson has purchased of y Mr. J. L. McLean, the frame residence, near the home of Mr. Brack Massie, and will be given doss- ession between now and Christmas. ' The price is private The dwelling is now being occupied bj Mrs. Garrison and family. two-stor. r 4 r7CVNN sSS !rt&v ' vWlBad&S"amL Aj-- y .'"Kr, .. 8 se EAirs uo nun a raw is injuria DiatcrrNi- 5. li.-xv- 3 e .r rricesous. 6tKfora.30) KfWWl'BTWW h Irt M5U CWW.T MjxtM it h i rv , i oBnlS9HBPiiiSSEQB! 0IKSlt3BiaPrfBBaBI& ipii szm&&rjaM mi SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. NOV- - 22, 1916 ANNOUNCEMENT. For a 1 1B17. Sheriff. W- PAT-TESO- We are authorized to announce N B. candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, subject to the action of the Rupublican primary ANNOUNCEMENT. For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Kint Montgom- ery a candidate for County Judge of Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August primary 1917. Judge Charles E Hughes and wife have gone to New Jersey for a three week's rest. As soon as President Wilson can find the time he will tour the West, having been invited The killing in Europe continues, and there is no telling when tne war will close. First one side, then the other-haChanging Seasons the advantage. s ?. The attent ion of the merchants of Columbia and out in the county is called to the manner in which mail order houses sell goods through the country. In the first place the mai order establishments take a great many county papers published in each State, and where they see that the local merchants are making no effort to sell their Lome trade, they Hood the county with catalogues, giving prices sSjj.'av) of everything they have to sell. The home people seeing no bargains offered by the local merchants, send their or t&-ders to the foreign concern. In our judgment the merchants of Adair ' could sell the trade of the county if they would let the people know what ' they have in stock. If they have , "Everything baked with W is su iciupuii special bargains they should say so ' ' wholesome delicious county paper. A paper through the I want t'em't all. - For that goes to every representative famthings hard to bake right ily in the county weekly is the one to it can't be equalled. Calumet is the world's best use in advertising articles for sale. A BakingPowder it's modmail order house should not be critierate in price pure in the cized for making an effort for busican and pure in the baUnc wonderful in learening and ness, but the local merchants should power the most economical to buy and to use." meet their prices, and in our judgReceived Hishcst Awards ment they do, after the consumer pays Kexo Ctak Scit Frit Sit Sllf in Ptund Can the express bill on goods shipped from a foreign house. The point is the local people do not know what the local yiNt Eovvfe merchant has in stock because they are not iuformed. o c I, The tablet form of this old reliable remedy makes it possible fjor you to check any illness at the very onset. It is a safeguard against coughs, colds and other catarrhal conditions, no matter what symptoms are manifest. Catarrh is an inflammation of the mucous membrane that lines the breathing apparatus and the digestive apparatus. PERUNA relieves catarrh. In tablet form it is EVER-READY-TO-TA- W W JMk&gssS&BEsmrswmxBSmi x- ii ym mi yXsSS. - 'f- '.4r sri4 - KF" 1 Rirdseve view of our Plant "Largest in Dixie." Which? V. J. Hughes '& Sons Co. Incorporated ! Its prompt action makes it invaluable for men and women exposed to1 sudden changes in the weather or compelled to be out in slush and rain. It will also bo found most satisfactory as a tonic following an attack of illness. Louisville, Kentucky. Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money R Windows, WHOLESALE Doors, CARRY A BOX Travelers nad others compelled to ta!:e long drives in the cold and nnyatre vhesa occupation subjects him to the danger of sudden colds may use has a preventive with tho assurance that the tablet? medo are fponi the same formulary us the liquid medicine with its 44 years cf success Detore iac American niDuc. I T5e Peroza Conpsay. CdcnSv, Olio vherevery.-ugo. LOUISVILLE IVIuln HOTEL 6 & mis-i- ns County candidates have commenced to announce for positition, and ere long many will have their names in The News. Street Beetween 7tli Louisville, Kentucky. The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Runnfcs Water. Single. $2 00 per day;2 people, J2 00 each 73 Rooms (With Meals) " " 50 2 50 " " 2peopIe, 2 25 " Single 3 CO " " 2people. 2 50 MFront Rooms Rooms With Private Bath: Single 3 00 per day; 2 people. 2 75 " .60Room3 50 Rooms .Single 3 50 per day; 2 people, 3 00 " EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Batw but with Ilot and Cold Running Water. 75 Rooms Single, $1 00 per day; 2 people 0 75 each (Without Meals) 50Rooms Single. 1 25 per day; 2 people lOOeach 50 Front Rooms l ....Single, 1 50 per day; 2 people 1 25 each Rooms with Private Bath: 50Rooms Single, 1 50 per day; 2 people 125each 50 Rooms Single. 2 CO per day; 2 people 1 50 each Spokes Wanted. The Adair Spoke receiving hickory spokes, same kind at same prices. 4t E. -- Bring Colds. teJCBV TUrmieT it I head," clogged up nose tight" chest, sore throat are sure signs President Wilson is working on his message to be submitted to the next of cold, and Dr. King's New DiscovCongress which will meet the latter ery is sure relief. A dose of this combination of antiseptic balsams soothes part of December. the irritated' membrane, clears the head, loosens the phlegm, you President Wilson's majority in Cali- easier and realize your cold is breathe broken fornia will be over ten thousand. Ills up. Treat a cold persistently; half' college is way exact vote in the electoral measures leave a lingering cough. not known, bub to us it looks like 276, Take Dr. King's New Discovery until ten more than neoessary. your cold is gone. Tor 47 years the "Stuffed-up Company is now and White Oak as heretofore and W. 3H Wethington. spareribs Saugage, backbone and will soon be plentiful. rA -- ft -- . fife o a$?. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. 6th and Main EUROPEAN l?IaAJX ONXY Sts, three-block- in WashSpeaker Champ Clark-wa- s ington, D. C, last week, conferring with the leaders. The opinion was freely expressed that the next House would be organized by the Democrats, with the aid of Independents, and that Mr. Clark would be favorite remedy for young and old. At Paull Drug Co., 50c. Adv. Garrison Bros., who sold their stock of goods to Mr. Epperson, are undecided as to the business they will engage in. They are two excellent young men, and we are glad they will nob leave Columbia. .' stitST PRICES PAID o Pay KteJ' Remltt&n.n Muled on Day Shipment is Receirtd Rooms Wiih Private Bath, $1.50 up. and tho Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only a The Louisville Hotel walk to the retail district and theaters. Rooms Without Balh, $1.00 and up. 'a rBAta...r,coC0' A cu.""wimui sl"CAf?ft I No Commission Write for Price List Shij-pin- e Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. bought 30 head of fat The sports were all out the first day, Cumberland county last the 15th, winging birds. It is said cattle in week at 3 to 5i cents. They were that quail Is plentiful In some parts of shipped from this place. Adair. PhelBj; Bros, Tzy.s sd Cheap and big canBaMngPowders do not save you money. Calnmetdoes it'sPr and far superior to sour milk and s M, Sabel & Sons In;orpor;? EitaMuied 1856 LOUISVILLE, KY. H Bm ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ..i.. mflrt'T.- A-- " Uncle Sam's Pension Payroll. VICTIMS OF POISON ARE MAN 95 Per Cent Auto-Toxication. V Practical Economy Baking powders made from alum or phosphate may be bought for a trifle less than Royal Baking Powder, which is made from cream of tartar, derived from grapes. Alum powders are not only cheap, but they differ greatly in leavening power. If a cheap baking powder is used for a fine cake and the cake turns out .a failure there is a waste of costly materials worth more than a whole can of the cheap baking powder. Royal Baking Powder produces the finest food, and its use therefore, results in ' an actual saving. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York Winning the West. Woodnw Wilson has won the West. The independent voters of the States west of the Mississippi river and " of the State of Ohio were the ones who won for Democracy last Tuesday. States that the Democrats did not even claim and ones that the Republicans thought as safe as Vermont or Pennsylvania were carried for Wilson. He could not possibly, have been elected by the Democratic vote and it has only been achieved by former Republicans, Progressives and Independents casting their votes for the Democratic candidates. To secure such a reversal of life long political association we can rest assured that there must have been most convincing and unanswerable arguments in favor of retaining Wilson at the head of the government. To come to a proper realization of how great was this change, Democrats will have to consider whether under similar circumstances they would have voted for a Republican candidate for President. If they confess they would have been unwilling to do this, they must acknowledge that they are not as open to conviction to the best interests of their country as were these Republicans and Progressives who preferred to stand for what they regarded as best for their country, rather than stand by their party. Too much credit cannot be given to the voters of the west for what they did on last Tuesday. Wilson's policies and the condition of the country won the West and they forgot party loyalty in their loyalty to the welfare of the Nation. News. E-to- wn A Cloeeed System Cleared. Must be You will find Dr. King's New Life Pills a gentle yet effective laxative for removing impurities from the system. Accumulated waste poisons the blood; dizziness, biliousness and pimply, muddy complexion are the distressing effects. A dose of Dr. King's wql assure New Life Pills you a free, full bowel movement in the morning. At Paul I Drug Co , 25c Adv. to-nig- WILLARD HOTEL Center &. Jefferson Streets Louisville, Rates'$2.00 and $2.50 with hot and cold vater, Pr-iv- i- Kentucky. AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 and $3.50 per day with Private Bath. - lege of Bath. European Plan $1.00 and Op A.TJT. (New York World.) Few people realize the vast-ne- s of the amounts which are paid out by the various Govern ments in the form of pensions to, veterans of the military and naval services and to the widows and dependents of those who fought their country's battles. For many years Uncle Sam has been the most liberal of these philanthropists, governmental his annual disbursements in pensions amounting to as high as $175,000,000 per annum. When the European war is over every one of the nations involved will have to shoulder this tremendous burden of caring for the disabled warriors and the dependents of thos slain in battle, and Uncle Sam's pension list, amazing as it is, will probably become comparatively insignificant. The pension system of the United States had its beginning August 26, 1776, when the Continental Congress undertook to provide for the disabled soldiers of the continental forces. In 1790 the first regular pension system was established, and since then, up to the close of the fiscal year of 1915, the Government disbursement for pensions has amounte'd to nearly From 1790 to the outbreak of the Civil War the total cost of the pension system of the United States was less than $100, 000,000. The Civil War and the war with Spain have brought the total to $4,940,304,143.05 at the close of the 1915 fiscal year. Pensions aggregating $70,000,-00- 0 were gaid on account of the Revoultion. The pensioners of the war of 1812 received a total of $45,000,000. The Indian wars cost in pensions about $6,500,000. The Mexican war's pension list reached a total of about $34,000,-00Uncle Sam is still paying for the Civil War and the conflict with Spain, and the former has already cost in pension disbursements nearly $4,000,000,-00The annual disbursements of the United States pension system in the last ten years have ranged from $139,000,000 i 1907 to $175,000,000 in 1913 During Grant's first term the average was only about $30,000,000 a year. From $60,000,000 annually during the Garfield administration, the average leaped co $5,000,-000,000. 0. U PI S UNO II OFF 0 9 of Illness Due to WORLD'S SCIENTISTS AGREE o Health Expert? Who Is Creating In Cincinnati by New The- ories and Results With Modern Treatment Tells Terrors of "Intestinal Toxemia." Cincinnati, O. Ninety-fiv- e of all ill health is directly or indirectly due to "intestinal toxemia," or, more commonly, just plain stomach and bowel trouble. It is a form of per cent 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 clays. Don't be deceived, if there is ever an eye defect at all, you should not rest until a COiMPETENT OPTOMETRIST has been consulted. You may save yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in time. BRYANT & SHIVELY, Jewelers and Optometrists g. Campbellsville, Ky. 0. This statement was made here by the "Tanlac Health Expert," who has been creating much excitement by the remarkable results he i3 securing with a new medicinal treatment. He continued: "When I say that 95 per cent of all human diseases, chronic and local, are directly due to of food and fermentation in the intestinal tract I am not merely expressing a theory of my own. but I am propounding a fact that is agreed upon by the world's greatest medical and bacteriological scientists, of whom the famous Professor Metchnikoff, of the Pasteur Institute of Paris, is the leader. "Intestinal toxemia, as the medical s call it, is the resultant of It is caused by food rotting in the stomach and intestines, due to improper action of these organs and the presence of putrefactive bacteria. I quote the following symptoms of this ailment from s a physician, as published in a leading medical journal: '"Sallow, bloodless, or ashy-gramuddy complexion; foul, fecal, odorous breath; cold, clammy, moist hands and feet; headaches? malaise (dizziness): total lack of ambition, so tha every effort in life is a burden; mental depression often bordering on melancholia: frequent attacks of indefinite abdominal pains due to flatulency; sudden attacks of acute diarrhea, alternating with periods of constipation.' "Medical books are jammed to overflowing with descriptions of ailments resulting from intestinal toxemia. "Tanlac, the wonderful medicine T am Introducing, was designed to overcome this condition with the kind of medicine that long usage has proved Is safest for the human system a soothing, effective combination of roots, herbs, barks and berries gathered from all over the world. That is the secret of its success in so many cases with varying surface symptoms. Tanlac does not treat stomach trouble, rheumatism, catarrh and such ailments by direct action it goos right to the root of the trouble and removes the caure- - Sanity assimilation of food In the stomach and fermentation ia the bowels." text-bookauto-toxicatio- Remember Next Year. With their usual optimism, our n self-roisonin-g. world-famou- farmer friends have reported from all parts of the State, a big quail crop. This is good news for the sportsman; but pretty tough on the quail. And in this connection, The Times would remind these same sportsmen friends of ours that it is not at all necessary to kill all the quail thi3 year shooting should be kept good in Kentucky, and as we see it, moderation on the part of gunners is a first step in the right direction. We ar,e happy to voice the belief that Kentucky sportsmen combine all those high qualities that should go with the name, but sometimes the excitement and satisfaction of finding the birds plenty and in good condition will carry away the most d huntsman. Thereput in a word for the fore we quail they will last longer if moderately handled. A "mess" of birds for one's own table, and a brace for the invalid on the level-heade- ner, carves them himself and draws the neck from the ruins after everyone else is served. "What Is Home Without a Mother?" yes that is right, but "What Is Home Without a Father?" Ten chances to one it is a boarding house Father is under a slab and the landlady is the widow. Dad, here's to you: You've got your faults you may have lots of 'em but you're all right. Now Lookout. When a cold hangs on as often happens, or when you have hardly gotten overonecoldbefore you contract another, 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 lias 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 Drug Co. Adv. Wanted. At SI 00 Lindsey-Wilson next block should be called a good day's bag these days when game grows scarce. Times. Louisville Irish potatoes, per bushel, cash. HENRY W. DEPP, Rheumatism Follows Exposure. DEXTIST In the rain all day is generally fol- Am permanently located in Co lowed by painful twinges of rheumalumbia. tism or neuralgia. Sloan's Liniment will give you quick relief and prevent All Classes n( Dental work done. Crow tl&t: and Inlay work a Specialty. the twinges from becoming torture. All Work Guaranteed It quickly penetrates without rubOffice over G. W. Lowe's bing and soothes the sore and aching joints. I''or sore, stiff, exhausted Shoe Store muscles that ache and throb from overwork, Sloan's Liniment affords quick relief. Bruises, sprains, strains and other minor injuries to children are AGENTS WANTED quickly soothed by soothed by Sloan's Get a bottle today at For America's Greatest Clothes Liniment. Adv. Paull Drug no., 23c. Proposition. MEALR GOC 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. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. experience necessary. other night and over the parlor door saw the legend worked in Write Monogram Tailors, 131 East letters of red, "What is Home New York St., Indianapolis, Ind. Without a Mother?" Across the room was another brief, "God C. C. Hauger, Prop. H. H. Ilaugher, Mgr Bless Our Home." Now what's the matter with "God Bless Our Dad?' He gets up early, lights the fire, boils an egg, wipes off Dr. the dew of the dawn with his DENTIST boots,, while many a mother is OVBR P.A.TJ.LX. DRUG CO. sleeping. He makes the weekly Columbia, Ky. 'Also Ellwood and American Fence. handout for the butcher, the RES "PHONE SO. OFFICE PHON1 grocer, the milkman and the "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- baker and his little pile is badly Jr m worn before he has been home ceived from the use of Thedford's writes m an hour. If there is a noise durMrs.Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, m ing the night, Dad is kicked in CO. Eye Specialist liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe the back and made to go down ; ' saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, Jg stairs to find the burglar and Special attention given Diseases of all Incorporated Domestic gj Jlhey went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's JJ kill him. Mother darns the socks, Office Residence, Animals town, on 1 mile of at ht I i6,Caat.MatKcij5treeif Between First and Brock made them' break out, and she has had no but Dad bought the socks in the Jamestown road. more trouble: I shall never be without first place, and the needles and Louisville, Ky. yarn afterwards. Mother doe3 Phone 114 G. Columbia, Ky. up the fruit well Dad bought it all, and the jars and the sugar BLACK-DRA1SGHMain 9 14 Rates .00 cost like the mischief. Dad buys PHONE: ICumb. CUy 229I Uomo the chickens for the Sundav din- - EVERYTHING IN ROOFING Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. , -- Tanlac, the master medicine and reconstructive tonic, is sold exclusively $130,000,000 in Harrison's ad-- in Columbia, Ky., by PAGE & HAMILTON. nistration, reaching the high Other exclusive agents in nearby water mark of $175,000,000 in towns are as followsj the last year of the Taft admin- Crocus, Ky., J. P. Miller & Sons. Gresjham, Ky., T. C. Moore & Co. istration. Cooper, Ky., Coffey Bros. Exie. Ky. L. G. Wilcox. Sufferer From Indigestion Re- Waterview, Ky , Thos. M. Allen. lieved. Coburg, Ky., C. H Jarvis. Adv. "Before taking Cnamberlaiu's Tab- Olga, Ky , H. E. Loy. lets my husband suffered for several years from indigestion, causing him Do You Have Sour Stomach? to have pains in the stomach and disIf you are troubled with sour stomtress after eating. Chamterlain's Tabach you should eat slowly and masti right-awaylets relieved him of these spells writes Mrs Thosmas Casey. cate your food thoroughly, then take b Geneva, N Y. Obtainable at Paull one of Chamberlain's Tablets supper. Obtainable at after Drug Co. Adv. Adv. Paull Drug Co. m ," imme-diatel- "Dad, Here's to You." Ail-Wo- ol Suits and Overcoats $12.50 NO MORE-N- O We happened in a home the Best references required. LESS No clothing James Triplett S Saved GirFs Life Black-Draught," J J 2 J J J J g L. H. Jones Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- J J 1 50-75- -1 T 1 J. B. JONTirS UNDERTAKER AND EMBALUER "SAFETY FIRST" Hotel Watkins ( "In the Heart of LouiSvIHe" IN ROOMS-RUNNING TELEPHONES WATER-MODE- RN- CONVENIENCES EUROPEAN PLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th Louisville, Ky. in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- - jjgj tier Son Subject to Croup. ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar j "My son, Edwin, is subject to ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, croup," writes Mrs. E. O. Irwin, of New Kensington, Pa. "I put in many reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. sleepless hours at night before I If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- learned of Chamberlain's Cough RemW edy. Mothers need not fear this dis Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e " ease if they keep a bottle of Chamberyears of splendid success proves its value. Good for lain's Cough Remedy in the house and young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. use it as directed. It always gave my Obtainable at Paull boy relief." $ J 5 Drug Co. Adv. COLUMBIA, IC3T. Any kind ot Coffin or Casket made ready to send out In a few minutes after receiving order. No extra charge for hearse. All kinds of Bobcs on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co Home Phone 52 A it THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS giiHnffliinimiiffliiiimHtiiffl N. M. Senate to Investigate. 1 U "" -- Washington, D. C That the Democrats will contest the elecThat's what you ought to have. If you're below that, you're giving the othtion to the Senate of James E. fellow the best of it. In the stress and strain of modern life you have to be Watson and Harry S. New, Re- er publicans, of Indiana, and How- keyed up to the best that's in you, if you expect to go the route and finish "inside ard Sutherland, Republican, of the money." Rug House You ought to keep tab on yourself, and when you discover the slightest signs West Virginia, was the informaof letting down, you ought to come to natures relief by taking a good tonic to tion received here. Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spacious be a general brace up the vital forces and rebuild wasted tissues. That there will salesrooms have always expressed themselves most favorinvestigation by the Senate of BEAL ESTATE "COM-CEL-SA- R ably, about our stocks and prices. DEALERS the alleged misuse of money in The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of The Greatest Of All Tonics And System Builders. Offer the following Property for the presidential campaign also definitely by AdWill restore the 00 per cent, efficiency in bodily vigor which every man was announced Sale: Good Linoleum ministration officials. Prelimi- and woman ought to have. with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the econary plans have been made and COM- - CEL-SAcontains all the essential ingredients recognized by science nomical buyer. a resolution providing the ma- as most effective in building up the weak spots of the body, and then they are ready compounded and blended in a way the ordinary doctor has not learned yet. Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. chinery for the inquiry is FARM LAND to be introduced soon Rafter Con140 acres of good lime stone land is on sale at PAULL DRUG CO., Golumbia, Ky., Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, incorporated. well watered, srood dwelliner and out gress convenes next month. $1.00 for 3 boxes, makes 3 quarts of medicine and lasts 3 months. buildings on public road, and in a good 522 & 524 W. Market Sry It is openly charged, by Dem LEGALLY GUARANTEED to satisfy you or money back. neighborhood. Price 84,200.00, spent ocrats that $2,000,000 was Louisville, Ky. cash, the balance on easy terms This Drug Store also has on sale our famous COWBOY LINIMENT for by the Republicans in Indiana S. E. of Co"This farm lies six miles and a large sum of money by rheumatic pains, neuralgia, lumbago, cuts, bums, bruises, lameness atfd soreness, 25 lumbia, Ky. the Republicans of West Vir- 50c bottles. FARM ilTry our Science Soap, Made for Human Skin Only, 0c a bar 3 for 25c, THE GREAT Of 100 acres of the best land in Adair ginia and that negroes were a pure vegetable oil soap. Will send free on request a copy of our great book 2 good barns legally voted in both States. county. Good dwelling, and outbuildings, I mile from Cane It is said that 2,000 negroes, "The Cowboy Herbalist." Valley. Price 36,500. many of whom recently migrated FARM Jack-White-MoSouth, were colonized Remedy Co., Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, from the Gary, Ind., but the Republi Will be conducted by on Green river, 1 mile from pike now at Louisville, Kentucky. under construction. 52 acres river cans at the last moment became bottom. Good dwelling, barn and out- alarmed and did not use them. Price In other places many negroes buildings, 2 good orchards. Wanted, Walnut Kernels. 45,000. WELL DRILLER not entitled to vote under the GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, TOWN PROPERTY Nine room two story dwelling and laws of Indiana and West VirWill pay J.2J cents per I will drill wells in Adair an lot, situated on one of the best res ginia, respectively, did vote, ac14 pound for small pieces, dence streets in Columbia, near the cording to the Democrats. adjoining counties. See me be square, barn and out buildings. A TWENTY-FIV14 cts. for large pieces, CONTESTS. fore contracting. Latest im- ONE HUNDRED BEST MADE FARM;-very desirable home. A bargain. WAGONS AT PRICES Clean Stock. There will be at least twenty-fiv- e application. Price on proved machinery of all kinds. UNDER COMPETITION. contests in the House of the 115 Acres of good land in a good Pump Repairing Done. Give neighborhood, good buildings on pub Sixty-fiftCongress, which conONE HUNDRED BUGGIES TEN DOLLARS LESS THAN W. T. HODQEN, lic road, about 8 miles south of Colum- venes in December, 1917. The me a Call. BOX 232, PRESENT COST. bia. Price 1,600. (Bargain) Democrats of the Senate do not CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY. 40 Acres lime stone land, very good senatorships from InLand Rollers, Clod Crushers, Disc Harrows, Cultivators and Plows YATES buildings, desirable place to live, 4$ need the Virginia to conOffice: Russell Btdg. miles soutrfof Columbia. Price $1,600 diana and West have advanced from Fifty to One Hundred per cent. We will save trol the upper body of Congress, House and Lot: House with six Res. Phone No. I. you money if you buy now. Wilson's Strength With the People. rooms, good out buildings, good water but they want to punish the Reand other conveniences, just out of publicans by a protest against SHOES town" limits. Price $850. M. D. Every analysis of the vote last the methods used to carry the House with 9 rooms just out of town States, Tuesday reveals the great confi We offer Ten Thousand Dollare worth of Shoes at Old Prices, two shops, all buildings good, compar-tlvel- y Ky. Columbia, dence, the great and growing Don't wait 'til next spring to find out how you"would have appre- A Democratic leader said that new. Price $1,900. confidence, the people of Ameriin Indiana at the ciated these prices offered now. 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap the conditions Will Answer All Calls. ca have in Woodrow Wilson. N. W. of Co- - recent election were ten times residence) lying 31 miles Said Spurgeon, the famous Clothing has advanced Fifty per cent. We offer One Thousand worse than those of the election lumbia. Price $600.00. It showed conclusively that preacher, of London, to Gladgood new residence, 2 of William Jjorfmer, of. Illinois, 30 Acres land, Suits at old prices. Buy now. New Styles. good springs, a good well. Price $700. Sen- the people did not intend to re- stone in the heat of one of his who was excluded irom the 3i miles N. W. of Columbia. 'We believe An immense stock of dry goods, bought before the advance. At ate because of methods employ- store to power the old reaction political contests: $800 for house and lot near the pubary Republicans. cases of low prices while they last. Ladies Cloaks at low prices. in no man's infalibility, but it is lic square, good garden, good well, ed in his behalf. In the A large per cent,, of the Pro- restful to believe in one man's Watson, New and Sutherland, barn &c Desirable place and is worth Sugar, 11 pounds $1.00. Good Coffee, 6 pounds $1.00. 10c. Calu- the contests may be brought, gressives preferred a Progress- integrity." the money asked. ive Democrat to a reactionary $1,500 for 58 acres of laud lying 2 just as the one was against Lor- That i3 the message the Amermet Baking Powder, 4 for 25c. v miles S. W. of the town of Columbia, lmer, when a committee was ap- Republican. ican people send Woodrow Wilnear the Glasgow road, new 5 room pointed to examine witnesses. New York has at last discov- son. A small lot of Calico at 5c. Like the great North American Pigebox house, good barn, good well in ered that there is a large part of Study the results from the on the last of the species. 1000 yards in the lot sold in 6 House leaders have advised all and 8 yard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in In 1916 the Demorats who claim to have this country which it can't con- country at large. cultivation, ballance in timber. Yard Lengths. Wilson popular vote is 2,160,000 cash the balance on time to suit pur- been elected in close districts to trol. Mr. Jeremiah O'Leary has now beyond the previous Democratic chaser. go into State courts and demand Blue Overall at $1.00. 7 acres of good limestone land. a recount. A number of cases the permission of everybody 10 record. It is 900,000 more than We offer Woven Wire Fence 20 per cent upder market. Three room residence, two barns, two of this kind will be started. leave the United States and to the Roosevelt-Tatotal of 1912. good springs, one well, one of the best by Demo- stay gone when he is gone. It is more than 400,000 in ad- Will send and article by mail; if not satisfactory can be returned: locations in Gradyville. Away from While it is admitted Repuplican Wall street was vance of the reunited Republiwill be more crats that there the creek. Price right afraid to put down the price of can party. 5 miles south of than two dozen contests in the Farm of 121 acres, peofple 45 acres bottom, good next House, they will not name stock for the western We rightly give credit to the Columbia. A 3 splendid oachard, well the districts from which these with their pockets full of money West for the Wilson majority in buildings, Y a rrr- ... up. in high state of culti- will be brought up. watered. All woujd have bought them the Electoral College, but the vwc.-vation. Price 4,000. Hurrah for Mrs. Hiram John populace of the East turned with EVIDENCE COLLECTED. 75 acres of land in sight of Columbia, son, of California. She put the Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres It was stated that evidence Golden State in the Wilson like purpose towards the President. timber, fenced. $50 per acre. was being collected, but its de- column. In New Hampshire, where y Consist- tails were not disclosed. The FAbsi in Taylor count President Wilson should move there has been a long revolt ing of 200 acres, 100 acres in woodland, plan is to call those actually in back to his old native State .of 90 acres Ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, charge of campaign finances be- Virginia and leave that rotten against railroad domination, the 4 miles dwelling and barn Situated victory is for Wilson. and borough of New Jersey. south of Campbellsville, on Robinson fore the Senate Committee In Rhode Island the Republiinvestigate the details of their creek. Price $3,000. Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, can Governor is elected by a maWe have thoroughly tried out the Chevrolet Automobiles, and transactions. 124 acre farm, 2 miles S. W. of Dunn Utah, Idaho, Washington, Cal- jority of 12,500, whereas the maVarious reports concerning ifornia, Arizona, Kansas and Nerecommend the Baby Grand as luxurious in all it's appointments ville, In Adair, Casey, and Russell Hughes is only 4,500, equal to any Car on counties, reasonable good buildings, use of money in certain States vada all have woman's suffrage, jority for the market at a much higher price. We will and Gerry, Democrat, defeats take pleasure in demonstrating this Car to any one expecting to good orchard, good spring, well, water, have come to Democratic headthey all went for Wilson. t. 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, quarters as well as Republican and the Republican incumbent, buy one this winter or in the spring. Price $800.00. We also recSenator Lippitt, the great pro20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, ommend to your kind attention the Model 490, Thi3 i3 indeed the tectionist manufacturer of Rhode In Maine, in 1912, the limestone land, $600 to $800 worth of atinto alleged best proposition in the Motor Car world. Price complete at factory timber. Price $2,800 Island and the Republican leader vote was 75,059; Wil- $490.00 either five passenger Touring tempts to colonize illegal voters of his party in that State, was Car or Roadster. Liberal 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X In 1916 the vote proposition for Roads, Russell County, on Dixie High- - in Indiana and West Virginia beaten by Peter G. Garry, a son, 51,113. If you haVe any intention of buying stands, Wilson, 64,148, a gain of way. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. particularly was begun several Democrat. This does not look 13,000; Hughes, 69,491, a loss of at all during the coming season, write us. We will give any infor. saw timber. Price $1,200. weeks before the election. In like Rhode Island is afraid of the mation requested. 33 acres li miles from Columbia. 7 ' 5,500. those States Democratic leaders Democratic tariff law. acres bottom, balance fresh In Massachusetts in 1912 it elec' land. Four room box house, well wa- are planning to contest the Some superstitious friend was Wilson, 174,315; opposition, tion of United States Senators should have prevented Mr. tered. Price $830. Business Phoe 13 P Before the polls had closed last Hughes from voting ballot No. 298,504. In 1915 the vote is, Three houses, 7, 6, and 5 rooms, In Illinois the majority of the iesldence Phone 13 B Wilson, 247,327; Hughes, 268,315, acre lots, good wells, in the town of Tuesday charges of corruption 13 at his polling place. a plurality now of 21,000, against opposition in 1912 was 234,849, DR. Columbia, west of Graded School. were being openly made by DemN. MURRELL Don't you forget it there was 124,000 two years ago. wile in 1916 it is 175,450. Price ?l,200 eacn. and predictions not a dry Democratic county in ocratic chieftains 1912 it was 96 acres of limestone land, good It will be seen that the Wilson DENTIST were freely circulated that expo- Kentucky that did not give a In Pennsylvania, in spring, 6 room box house, good barns, Wilson, 395,619; opposition, 720,-93- movement is as marked in the follow the election. splendid majority for Wilson. sures would Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g 9 miles N. W. Cclumbia. $1150. an adverse plurality of 325,-31- East as in the West, but it had Most of them broke their records up Stairs. In 19 6 it is Wilson, greater majorities to overcome. Comments on the Election. injnajorities. , - Kentucky Hughes, 695,734, or an adNor can it be admitted that Columbia, We take off our hat to the verse vote of 185,000. the Wilson victory is a woman's Republican voters In New York, in 1912, it was, victory. In Illinois, where it has it otherwise. The revolt is not Col. .Roosevelt drove as many 6,000 or more balWilson, 655,475; opposition, 845,-44- been examined, the proposition against male leadership; it is votes aw'ay from Hughes as he in Kentucky who cast their lots for Woodrow Wilson. We brought to him. an adverse vote, with Tam- between Hughes and Wilson is against government by the aghope they will stay with us. We would like to know now many "loyal," of 190, 000. In 1916 nearly the same in the vote of gregated interests; it is a revolt News. what the Col. thinks of his canwith Tammany malignant and the men and of the women. We of the people, all of the people, Hughes, doubt not it is so in the Western against reactionary movements didate. Irish potatoes wanted at Casey disloyal, the vote is, Hughes might have been elect- Jones Store. Will pay 81.20 per bush- 863,987; Wilson, 756,010, or an States also; it would presage in American politics. Louisville LiUUMiliiUUltt ed if he neyer made a speech. el. adverse vote of 107,977. great domestic disturbance were Post , Tutt G. K. Reed per cent. Efficiency In Vital Force and Productive Energy 100 We have always demonstrated to the readers of the Adair County News that we compete most successfully with the offerings of any catalogue house. Indeed in most instances our qualities are far superior and have cost, no more that the inferior kind. Our store is known as the representative v TUTT & REED Carpet and 1 R COM-CEL-SA- R one-lia- li i 1 Dakota Farmers Protection Sale on Woodson Lewis Beginning November ; E h C . James Taylor, Up-to-da- te , Good-Indig- o ft ft '3&r - i Lip-pet- Taft-Roosev- elt Sub-Agent- s. first-clas- s J. I 1, 2. 1 510,-73- 7; 9, E-To- COLUMBIA, KY. "- 3-- 2t r?v - v-- i ,