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Last Wednesday morning, after a long illness, the subject of this notice peacefully crossed over to the other side. The deceased was the widow of the late Stephen Conover, who died some years ago, and was about 78 years old. She was the mother of Mr. Jo Nat Conover, of this place, and Mr. B. F. Conover, who lives a few miles out of town. The beginning of her dates back about a year when she met with a stroke of paralysis. The end came at the home of her daughter, Mrs. June Willis, where the funeral services were held Thursday foreill-ne- ss Married in Louisville. ! Unfortunate Difficulty. The Springfield Game. noon, conducted by Kev. O. E. Bush, gomery and Mrs. Rod Wolford. One son is in the West, Mr. Frank Conover The deceased had been a consistent member of the Baptist Church for many years and was ready for her Master's call. She was very kind and obliging, and every person who lived iu the neighborhood could testify to her long, usefuj and religious character. She was devoted to her children and the parting from her was hard to bear. She leaves pne brother, Mr. Solomon Royse, who lives at Roy, this county. The News extends sympathy to the bereaved family. in the presence of a large circle of relatives and friends, and the interment was in the graveyard on the farm of Mr. Melvin Conover. Besides the daughter mentioned above she leaves two other daughters, Mrs. Mont Mont Friday Evening's Play. Last Friday evening the pupils of Lindsey-Wilsounder the direction of Miss Rushing, gave a clever two-ac- t drama entitled "Mr. Bob." The parts, all of which were bright and interesting, were splendidly played by the following: Misses Allye and Opal Garnett, Dorothy Talbert and Sallie E. Murphy; Messrs. Tye Faulkner, Oliver Popplewell and Billie Cundiff. n, Delightful music was rendered by the orchestra composed of Capt., Dan Schroer, Messrs. Geo. W. Lowe, Walter Sullivan and Miss Adams. For Sale. have three No 1 brood mares which I will sell. Two in foal by jack. 1 T. L. Upton, Glensfork, Ky. 5-- 4 I The opening of the Greensburg Loose Leaf House was more than sat- isfactory. There were more heavy buyers on the n&rket and tobacco, Some Burley and dark, sold high. Burley brought $25.00 per hundred and the best dark brought $9.00. The management expect an immense business during the season. Those in charge are all men of excellent standing which is a guarantee .that tobacco growers are assured of a fair deal: Baptist Social. On Wednesday evening, Nov. 29th, the W. M. U., of the Baptist Church will give an open session, a Japanese evening. A program on Japan, with music, will be rendered, after which will be a social and reception for the new members. Everyone cordially Invited. 1 have a full line of Groceries, also Notions and Clothing. Granulated Sugar 9c lb. Odd pants 31.25 to 82.00. ' Overcoats $3.75. Odd Coats $1.75. 0 John F. Neat. 4-- 2t Sy M Information has reached this office to the effect that, Mr. J. Cager Yates .and also his wife, Bradfordsville, are in a low state of health. Mr. Yates, as every body knows, is a native of this county, and his many friends will be sorry to Ieam.that himself and wife are fn bad health, and trust that favorable reports will be received. Notice. Call at T. E. Waggeners for Shoes and Overshoes. Rubber 4-2t day afternoon, conducted by Rev. O. P. Bush, many relatives and friends Character of being present. VIRGINIA BROOKS. At the close of the services the re "The Little Girl Next Door." mains were nourne to tne city cemetery ana there deposited by the side of Comments on The Little Girl Next "Realistic and clean" declares Eev. her husband. There were manv beauJ. R. Crawford, Leading minister. Door. tiful flower,. "The Little Girl Next Door" preaches a wholesale sermon and will prove a The Woman's Christian Temper-ancSERVICE TO NATION. valuable auxiliary to the pulpit and all Virginia Brooks Washburn, the well- - moral forces whenever presented. Union is also Profoundknown Chicago social worker, says: Realistic and clean, yet tremendous in ly Impressed. "This picture presents the problem its conviction for the overthrow of a of the girl adrift in a manner so strik- nation-wid- e vice. ing and effective as to make it of inHaving witnessed the play, I com"The W. C. T. U., Pikeville,- - Ky , estimable value in the campaign. for mend it. has no regret for standing sponsor for morality. (Signed) J. Russell Crawford, the presentation of "The Little Girl "Every father, every mother should Pastor First Presbyterian Church, Next Door," in our city. It fully met see it in order that they may recognize Nov 10, 19 1G. Pikevifle, Ky. expectations and profoundly impressthe cunning pitfalls that are set for At Nell's Theatre, Tuesday, De- ed all who witnessed it with its high the feet of young girls in a great city. cember 5th. moral purpose." Only those of us who have been in the (Signed) Mrs. Adah B. Crawford. NO. 6769. thick of the battle against white President W C. T U , slavery can appreciate how great a Nov. 10, 1910. Pikeville, Ky. service to the nation has been renderNote-T- he Pikeville, Ky., W. C. T. ed by the production of this picture." U. aided the theatre management in OF THE CONDITION OF See it at Nell's Opera House Tuas- selling tickets for the performance of day. Dec. 5th. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ','The Little Girl Next Door," so anxious was it that as many people as AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE possible see Notice. this wonderful picture. OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE At Nell's Theatre, Tuesday, DeOF BUSINESS NOV. 17th, 1916. cember 5th. I have two stray calves at my place, RESOURCES. one red heifer the other a black steer. Last Saturday morning Calvin Cox, Owner can have them by paying for Loans and discounts (except those sou of Mr. A. B. Cox, caught one of 3157 523 91 shown on b and c) this notice and feed bill. Total Loans $157 525 91 the largest hawks ever seen in this Ky.J U. S. Bonds deposited to secure Norman Christie, Columbia, section. The hawk had been devourcirculation (par value) ?25 000 ing chickens in the neighborhood all Hunters are hereby warned to keep 25 000 00 Total U. S. Bonds summer and fall, so Calvin set a steel off of our place. We mean what we Securities other than U. S. bonds tiap and bated it with a rabit which (not including- stocks) owned say. Murray Bros unpledged $14 000 00 was too tempting for the massive bird. Total bonds, securities etc. 14 000 00 It measured 4 feet from tip to tip of Stock of Federal Reserve Bank wings but it will bother the fowls no Mrs. M. M. Grady, who was the (50 per cent of subscription) 1 500 00 more. Value of Banking house (if unwidow of A. A. Grady, died at incumbered) 2 000 00 a week or two ago. She was 2000 00 seventy-siyears old and was a native Due from approved reserve Special Course in Lindsey-Wilsoof Adair county. Her husband was agents in New York Chicago and St. Louis born and reared at Gradyville, and BooKkeepiug, ...3 1110 90 penmanship, letter was a brother of the late Dr. J. H. Due from Approved Reserve writing, and rapid calculation, per Agents in other Reserve Grady. ... s.500 Cities J27 407 73 28 51S G3 month Shorthand, typewriting, penDue from Banks and Bankers other 1 633 $9 manship, arid letter writing, Hear the rare treat at the Para- - Checks on than included in 10 orlrf banks in the same city per month . $5.00 mount Dec. 1st, 7:30. or town as reporting bank ... 283 3 Typewriting 2.00 Outside Checks and other cash Occasionally a man drops in the Letter writing and penmanitems 40 Fractional currency, nickels office and complains because he has reship, per month .75 f and 159 89 200 49 of his account. Notes cents ceived a statement Pupils in this course will be permitof other National 5 00 No business man objects to getting a Federal Reserve notes Banks ted to take arithmetic, Grammar, and 10 00 statement, as he wants to know how Lawful reserve in vau t and with Federal Spelling. Reserve Bank 19 260 43 his account stands We have sent something like one thousand state- Redemption fund with U. S. Attend the sale of J. D. Eubank, at Treasurer and due from U, S. his home, on Green river, Thursday, ments in the last few weeks and are Treasurer 1 250 00 December 7th. He will sell at public still sending. We need every dollar Total 251 217 6G outcry, a lot of good stock, corn and is due the office. that LIABILITIES. hay. In the sale will be work oxen, 25 000 00 fat hogs, shoats, etc of salt for sale. Capital stock paid in We have a carload He will also sell Surplusfund 25 000 00 280 pound barrels at $2.50 per barrel. farming machinery, plows In fact, Undivided profits 4 37J 78 Nell & Sen. everything used by a farmer. See Less current expenses, in- , terestand taxespaid 2 751 06 1 621 72 bills. 24 700 00 The school money has arrived and Circulating Notes outstanding to Banks Don't miss the concert of except the teachers can cannon the Superin- Due included inand Bankers other than 20 or 30 614 77 ional merit and artistic execution. tendent. Individual deposits subject to e t. Henry Watterson, in Louisville, yes most peaceable man in Taylor county, who has many warm, personal friends, terday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Rev. T. J Porter, pastor of the was the victim of a knife in the hands Turner and a Lebanon Baptist church, pronounced of Mr. Pert Turner. the ceremony in the presence of only a negro man named Todd, went into few friends. The bridesmaid was Miss Hoskins' store, both being under the Kathleen Kelley, o'f this citj, and influence of liquor. They quarreled, George Montgomery, of Columbia, was and showed signs of fighting and were ordered out of the building by the best man. Miss Bosley is a daughter of Mr. and proprietor. Mr. Hoskins then locked Mrs. C. U. Bosley and is quite popular his store and started home. He was in local society. She is a young wom- approached by Turner who called him an of pleasing personality and possesses some vile epithets, daring him to come a charm of manner that has made her out in the street. Hoskins stood his abuse as long as he could and finally a favorite with all who know her. Mr. Browning is engaged in the in- struck him with his hand that was surance business in his native town. clinched around some beef steak he He is a successful business man and is intended to carry home for supper. n in that section of Ken They then clinched and Hoskins was cut on the neck, the gash being fully tucky. After spending a few days m Louis- two inches long, but it is not regard ville and in this city, Mr .and Mrs. ed as serious. Turner was before Browning will go to Columbia where County Judge, W T. Hendnckson, they will make their home. Lebanon Tuesday morning and was held in the snm of $500. If it had not been for Enterprise, Nov. 21th Mr. and Mrs. Browning arrived here liquor the trouble would not have oc Saturday afternoon and have taken curred. Our information is, that Mr. rooms with Mr. and Mrs Geo. E. Wil- Turner regrets it very much, and as it son where they will board for the pres- was the result of drinking, we' hope ent. The friends of the couple are that a lasting lesson has been taught calling, extending their congratula- him. tions. The News extends its best wishes, trusting that happiness and PiKeville, Ky., Registers its Approsperity will abound with them so proval of the Wholesale loDg as both may live. well-know- Mrs Mollie Hudson, the widow of unfortunate trouble occurred Bosley, of this city, and Mr. Rollin P. at Campbellsville last Saturday night the late W. H Hudson, who spent of her life in Columbia, Browning, of Columbia, was quietly about dark. Mr. W. R. Hoskins, who parlors of the Hotel is a leading grocer of the town, the died in Madison, Tenn., at the home solemnized in the TMia mflrrlniro nf Mice Mnrir f.lollnri two-thir- of Mr. J L. Young, Tuesday morning of last week, a victim of double dramatic sensation "Zaza" with Pauline Frederick, the foremost emotional actress of the screen in the title role will be the Thanksgiving attraction at the Paramount Theater Thursday. The son. character Zaza was made famous by Mrs. Hudson was a kind, good womMrs. Leslie Carter, and it is therefore an, highly esteemed by her many Co- of more than passing interest to find lumbia friends, and a consistent mem- an actress who is willing to brave comber of the Baptist Church Had she parison on the screen with the work lived until next January she would of the distinguished woman who has have been seventy-thre- e years old. made the role famous on the stage. The funeral services were held in It was the suggestion that she play the Baptist church, this place, Thurs- Zaza on the screen, that had a deep world-famou- pneumonia The deceased was a daughter of "Uncle Billy" Williams, and was bo-and reared on Green river, this county. When quite a young woman she was married to W II. Hudson, who was a prominent stock dealer, and immediately after their marriage they commenced in Columbia, where she lived almost constantly since that-date- . To this union there were born four children, Robert, William, Henry, who is iu Illinois, and Minnie, the latter being the wife of Mr. J. L. Young. Mrs. Young and her father-in-laMr Robert Young, came with the remains from Madison to this place Her son, William, died some years ago, iu the West. Robert is living. He left Campbellsville to be at his mother's bedside upon hearing of her serious illness, but death came before he reached Madihouse-keepin- g Foot ball team, accompanied by a number of loyal "rooters" journeyed to Springfield Mr. H. C. Hindman has returned to Saturday, where they pjayed and were Lebanon. defeatedliy that team in the afterMr. Henry Hurt, who has been noon. quite sick, is some better. This is the first and only defeat the Mr. S. S. Goode, Casey Creek, was In x local boys have met since a foot ball team was organized in the school two Columbia a few days since. years ago. A long, cold ride, very Miss Mary Bell has been confined to rough grounds tind the loss of one of her bed for ten days with bronchitis. their best men, Mitchell, who was hurt early in the game, explains in Mrs. G. C. Palmer, of Ashley, 111., is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A. Coffey. part this reverse of luck. Any way the best of teams can't Mr. W. P. Salmon, who lives at win them all, and only one defeat out Bliss, has been very sick for the pa3t of eight games played is a record of week. which not many teams can boast. Mr. A. B. Gowdy, Campbellsville, The boys hope to add another victory spent last week with relatives in Coto this list Thanksgiving. lumbia Pauline Frederick Stars in ThanksMessrs. E. A. Dunbar and S. E. Hurt, of Jamestown, were here a few giving Attraction. days ago. Lindsey-Wilson The Personals. 1 lhe s f Mr. A. C. Hill, Glasgow, see the Columbia Thursday. called to hardware men past week. Mr. Albert Johnson, who lives on Glensfork, has been quite sick for some days. Mr. Jamie Everman, of Paris, Ky., is visiting at the home of his aunt, Mrs. A. D. Patteson. Mrs. M. E. Marcum, who was quite sick two weeks ago, has been gradually improving for the past ten days. Mr. G. W. Lowe, who suffered intensely last week with a diseased tooth, has about got over his misery. Mr. Al Sinclair has returned frcm Illinois. He has sent for his family and will locate in Adair and will farm. Mr. J. G. Knifley, one of Adair's best citizens, made a business trip to Columbia from Knifley, last Mon- Mrs. Ada Taylor, mother of Dr. Z. A. Taylor, has been quite sick for the iniluence on Miss Frederick's recent decision to abandon the stage to appear exclusively on the screen under Famous Players management. It proved irresistable to Miss Frederick who saw in it the realization of her greatest desire. On account of the high character of this poduction the price of admission will be ten cents. t. 5-t- f. 4-- 2t Mun-fordvil- le x n. 1 GO 5-t- f. 5-- check J74 231 17 33 Dr. T. L. Higginbotham, of Hutchinson, Kans., will be at Creelsboro, Mr. W. H. Gill, this place, sold his Wednesday and Thursday, Dec, Gth farm lying near town, to Mr. J. W. and 7th, prepared to treat surgical Sublett, Cane Valley, consideration, conditions of the Nose and Throat. 84,000. Physicians and Teachers are especially invited to bring or refer children' of Good Reading. the indigent poor, to whom services will be gratuitous. Jones will send,hls book of Dr. J.-Mrs. Rollin Hurt gave a G o'clook 90 pieces in Prose and Yerse, by mail, dinner last Wednesday evening. Those to anyone sending him a Postal Money present were: Drs. Page and Blake-maOrderfor 25 cents to Glensfork, Ky. Indianapolis, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. They are on sale at The News office W. A. Coffey, and Mrs. M. Cravens. 4-- 3t T. The parcel post sale, put on by ladies, members of the Columbia Library, last Thursday night, was a success. A nice sum of money was raised. Notice to Physicians, Teachers and Total demand deposits, Items Parents. 34, 35, 36. 37, 48, 29 and 40 $174 2S1 17 Total $251217 66 ) State op Keutucky, One of the handsomest school pa pers received at this ofilce, comes from the Central nigh School, Columbia, Tenn. It is artistic in makeup, and full of wholesome reading County op Adair J I, E. H. Hushes. Cashier, of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge matter. decided to leave the State I will sell a dwelling and outbuildings, a blacksmith shop and lot, fronting pike, in Cane Valley, Ky , for $350 J. D. Eubank, Purdy, Ky. As I have n, and belief. E. H. Hughes. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of Nov., 1816. t. Mae Stults Notary Public I keep on nands a full stock of My Commission expires March 8th, 1920. coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Attest: Correct Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and J. F. Montgomery. two hearses. Prompt service night or Braxton Massie Director day. Residence Phone 29, office Henry N. Miller, Director phone 98. 5-l" also. concert. Tickets at Paull Drug Co., for the 25c and 35c. 45-- 1 yr J. P. Tdptett, Columbia, Ky. Mrs. Guy Nell, whose Illness was mentiened several weeks ago, is yet confined to her room, but is reported Dr. L. C. Nell's little boy has been improving. quite sick for the past few days. Dr. Z. A. Taylor will leave for NeSeveral loads of tobacco from this braska where he will locate, as soon place were put on the loose leaf mar- as his mother is well enough for him ket at Gieensburg this week. to leave home. Rev. W. C. Christie and wife are attending tlie Missionary meeting at Eld. J. Q. Montgomery, of Liberty, visited relatives and friends in Adair Russell Springs this week county last week, stopping a few Amos Keltner had some repairing hours in Columbia. done on his dwelling this week. Judge H. C. Baker, who spent sevThere have been seveial hogs slaugheral weeks with his children, who retered in this community this week. side in Cleburne; Texas, JudgeN. H. Moss, wife and children home last Wednesday night returned visited relatives in the Montpelier Mr. R. J. Lyon, Campbellsville, community, this week. was here a few days ago, talking Ford. Le Akin, of Oklahoma, visited rel He has sold a large number of maatives here a day or so of last week. chines in the last year or two. n Mr. Marshall, the cofMr. John Jeffries, who has been in fee man of Campbellsville, was calling Paxton, 111 , for some time, returned on his trade here one day last week. U. N. Whitlock, of Bliss, was in home last week. He will remain In this section, buying tobacco, last week Adair and will farm the coming year. at the market price. Mr. M. Ray Yarberry, accompanied by several of his Louisville friends, Gilbert Parson spent a few days in Campbellsville, this week, calling on were here last week, and spent several days, hunting birds. They met with his friends. Joel Rodgers lost a very valuable success. milch cow last week, and there are Drs. L. F. Page and R. I. Blakeman one or two more sick in the commun will leave for their homes, Indianapity. olis, Ind., The had an en Lamore Simmons and family, who joyable time bird hunting, and meethave been living in this community ing old friends. for the past two years, will leave next Mr. G. W. Moore, of Robertson, week for their home in Russell coun- Kansas, arrived last Friday afternoon ty. They are good citizens and we to be with his sister, Mrs. B. G. fted-moregret for them to leave the communwho has been dangerously ill for ity. several months. B. B. Janes, who recently purchased Mrs. L. M. Young came down on the G. H. Nell farm, near this place, the square last Wednesday, the first is doing quite a lot of improving on since she returned from the inhis farm in the way of cleaning off time firmary. She is gainfbg strength daily the ground and stopping wash places. and will soon be well. He is one of our best farmers snd Mrs Bruce Montgomery"carried her business men. Arvest Hill, of Columbia, in com- little daughter, Elizabeth, to Louisville Monday. There were no unfavpany with Dr. Page and others, of Ind., spent a few days in orable developments, but It was the this section last week, bird hunting. understanding that she was to return We understand they had wonderful in six weeks. success The hunting party, while Miss Ella Myers, who was Mrs. G. here, stopped with Mr. and Mrs. W- - Staples' very efficient milliner durStrong Hill. ing the season now about closed, will M. Ray Yarberry, in company leave for her home, in Grant county, Hon. with several other Nimrods, of Louis- this week. She made quite a numville, also in company with two ex- ber of friends during her stay in Copert shots of Columbia, Guy lumbia. Nell and Mr. Young, made our section Mr. and Mrs. R. h Rowe, Mesdames a few days of last week, bird hunting. Z. T. Williams, Maggie Ruberts, W. There is not enough birds left in this B. Rowe, Josephine Rowe, Misses section for a good crop next year. Sallie E. Murphey, Opal Garnett, They certainly ld take them down. Frona Faulkner, and Mr. Wm. Hurt Rowe went to Campbellsville on SunNotice. day, the 19th, to hear Eldj W. G. . Montgomery. They were disappointI have two stray hogs on my place. ed, asFJld. Montgomery was at Perry-vlllBoth barrows and will weigh about 150 holding a meeting. However, to 175 each. Owner can have them they attended services at the Baptise by paying feed bill and this notice. church. "W. H. Cundiff. Thanksgiving services at the Christian church, next Thursday, should be attended by all Columbians. The business houses should be closed when the bell rings and remain closed until after the services. As heretofore stated, Rev. L. F. Piercy, pastor of the Methodist Church, will preach the discourse. day. Miss Cassie Flowers, of New Mexico, is visiting relatives in Columbia, stopping at the home of Mr. M. L Grissom. Gradyville. well-know- to-da- y. n, to-w- it e, 4-- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS REMARKABLE INTRODUCTORY OFFER FOR THIS VISIT ONLY FOR THIS VISIT ONLY The National Optical Company, of Louisville, wishes to announce that their Specialist and his Assistant will be in Columbia at the Hancock Hotel, Wednesday and Thursday, November 29 and 30, AND EVERY NINETY DAYS THEREAFTER $5.oo Eye Glasses At $I.oo A Pair Our Object Our Optical Specialist 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. 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. as well as other abnormal conditions of the eyes that can be relieved through wearing of properly fitted glasses of quality inmost all cases. r DON'T FORGET THE DATES You Can See Near and Far With Same Lense Remember $5.00 Eye Glasses for $1.00 a pair is for this visit only. Special prices on other classes of Optical work. Regular , prices will prevail after our first visit to Columbia. SP offer of Wednesday and Thursday I n NOVEMBER 2930 Our Work Is Guaranteed For Five Years Beware of all persons who call at your home and claim to be representing do not have representatives, but our Specialist at the Hotel as we advertise. taken, delivered by insured parcel post. us, as HANCOCK HOTEL Office Hours: 8:30 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. If your Time is Limited, Come Early and Avoid the Rush. we All oders That the above National Optical Go. Address all communications to office, G. V. HAIGH, Mgr., 608 Republic Bldg., Louisville, Ky. guarantee our work and glasses both for five years in writing and to the responsibility of our guarantee we will give bankable references .to those de siring same. These glasses we are advertising are the kind that usually sel at most optical establishments at $5.00 and most cases even more. This Reception Room Hotel Parlor. is 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 glasses and all 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 EXAMINATIONS ABSOLUTELY FREE. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Has Not Returned. NO MORE WAR ALLIANCES. Rurel Burton, who Uvea in the eastern portion of the county, and who was in jail, to Adair County News Company grand jury on await the action of the several charges, took leg ( Incorporated.) bail last Wednesday afternoon and has not returned. He was doing chores HARRIS, Editor. about the jail, and going to the well formed," Herr von Bethmann-Hollwe- g OH AS. S. to draw a bucket of water, and faildeclared. ing to fill it, he has not returned. The Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest "Th history of international Jailer and other offleers tried to head of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair relations before the war stands him, but failed. It is only a question and adjoining counties. clear before the eyes of all the of time when he will be caught. BY THE i Published Every Wednesday "The first condition for the evolution of international relations by way of arbitration and peaceful compromise of conflicting interests ought to be that no more aggressive coalitions he Wanted, Walnut Kernels. ? i Will pay 12i cents per pound for small pieces, 14 cts. for large pieces, Clean Stock. W. T. HODQEN, BOX 232. CAJIPDElifiVILLI-- ; KY. Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-oflic- e as second Forget your Aches. StjiT knees, aching limbs, lame back make life a burden. If you suffer from rheumatism, gout, lumbago, M. B. neuralgia, get a bottle of Sloan's LinWED. NOV- - 29. 1916 iment, the universal remedy for pain. Columbia, Ky. Easy to apply: it penetrates without? rubbing and soothes the tender flesh. toil." ANNOUNCEMENT. Birdseve view of our Plant Cleaner and more effective than mus-s- y Will Answer All Calls. ointments or poultices. For strains Clear Bad Skin From Within. in Dixie." or sprains, sore muscles or wrenched For Sheriff. Pimply, muddy complexions are due ligaments resulting from strenuous to impurities in the blood Clear up We are authorized to announce W. B. exercise. Sloan's Liniment gives by taking Dr. King's New a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, quick relief. Keep it on hand for the skin Incorporated Life Pills. Their mild laxative qualanbject to the action of the Rupublican primary emergencies. At Paull Drug Co. 25c. I will drill wells in Adair an ities remove the poisons from the sysfl917. Adv. tem and brighten the eye. A full, adjoining counties. See me be bowel movement in free, For County Judge. Ready to Join for Lasting Peace. Latest imthe morning is the reward of a dose fore contracting. We are authorized to announce Kint Montgomof Dr. King's New Life Pills the proved machinery of all kinds. ery a candidate for County Judge of Adair counBerlin, Nov. 9. "Germany is night before. At Paull Drug Co , 25c. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, ty, subject to the action of the Democratic party Adv. Pump Repairing Done. Give at all times ready to enter a primaryl9l7. In the August Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog J league or peace wnicn will reLast Wednesday afternoon while lie a Call. Mr. Hughes, the late Republican strain the perturbator of peace," Mr. Sidney nolt, of Russell county, candidate for the Presidency, has declared the Imperial Chancel- was en route to Campbellsville, in his C. YATES Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money wired President Wilson a message, car, accompanied by a lady, an accilor, Dr. von Bethmann-Hollwecongratulating him on his dent occurred near Romiue, the main an address to the Main Com- chine slipping over a bank. One wheel Business Phoe 13 A ietldence Phone 13 B Federal Judge Hook has rendered a mittee of the Reichstag. was wrenched considerably, and the decision, declaring the 8 hour day law The Chancellor's speech ea- lady was slightly hurt. N. DR. unconstitutional. The case will now gerly awaited by the public, as Main Street Beetween O fc 7th go to the Supreme Court for final deStop the First Cold. semi-officiinDENTIST cision. President Samuel Gompers, there had been A cold does not get well of itself. of the American Federation of Labor, timations that it would deal with . RMM.. The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan rE-- - C lOHl HUiiia U. yUlCr l iu jcuuta uiu)j gives out this statement: "We are questions of the importance. It The process of wearing out a cold t AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. up Stairs. looking to the railroad brotherhood proved to be largely in the na- wears you out, and your cough beSingle, fi 00 per day; 2 people, 12 00 each 75 Rooms (With Meals) " " 2 50 " " 2people. 2 25 " 50 - Kentucky i to see that the 8 hour day law goes ture of a reply to the statements comes serious if neglected. Hacking Columbia, coughs drain the energy and sap the Single 3 CO " " 2people. 2 60 " 60 Front Rooms Into effect January, 1917, law or no of Viscount Grey British Foreign the vitality. For 47 years the happy riBin m mi mi n j. "irn Rooms With Private Bath: law." CO Rooms Single 3 00 per day; 2 people. 2 75 " j4 w - crti Minister, favoring and interna-tio- n combination of soothing antiseptic vn i' arv . iwv '1 rujLua NQ LvaVi tf Single 3 50 per day; 2 people, 3 00 B0 Rooms What effect the death of Francis Xr Dr. King's New Discovery C,'i33 league to keep the peace. balsams in coughs iiiilfSKaMiilnffll nil frantimirr-f- T C Rooms Without BatW but with Hot and Cold Running Water. Joseph, the Emperer of Austra, will j EUROPEAN PLAN, and relieved 'conhas healed 75 Rooms Single,?! 00 per day; 2 people ?0 75 each (Without Meals) j have upon the present war will devel- In defining Germany's position, gestion. Young and old can testify Single, 1 25 per day; 2 people 100 each BORooms op later. He died Tuesday of last the Chancellor maintained that to the effectiveness of Dr. King's New ,.'MST PRICES PAID Single, 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each DOFrontRooms years, it was of utmost importance that Discovery for coughs and colds. Buy week after reigning sixty-eigh- t Rooms with Private Rath: Remlttaim Mailed on Day being nineteen when he went upon the Shipment i Received EORooms Single, 1 50 per day; 2 people 125each the causes of the present war be a bottle today at Paull Drug Co., 50c. 50 Roomsn Single. 2 00 per day; 2 people 150 each He had a stormy career, throne. Adv. No Commission tc Pay mingled with sorrow. His blood kin clearly understood. Write for Price list ad THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. 6th and Main Sts. For a Short Time. were assassinated and burned to death, Shipping Ts'i Her Son Subject to Croup. etc, etc. He will be succeeded to the i?:la:n- During December and January we BIL Sabel & Sons by Archduke Carl Francis throne Rooms With Private Bath, $1.50 up. Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 and up. "My son, Edwin, is subject to following papers for EiUblUHed 1855 IncorpcrtleJoseph, whose wife is said to be very croup," writes Mrs. E. O. Irwin, of will furnish the Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only a Tho Louisville Hotel and the named: $ LOUISVILLE. KY. lovable in appearance and disposition. New Kensington, Pa. "I put in many the sum walk to the retail district and theaters. The Adair County News, one year, MJHMBMHMaBanvMMaMaiii,ltr' sleepless hours at night before I The Daily Evening Post, one year, Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. I Do You Have Sour Stomach? learned of Chamberlain's Cough RemWoman's World, Monthly, one year, Notice. If you are$troubled with sour stom- edy. Mothers need not fear this disHome Life, Monthly, one year, ach you should eat slowly and masti ease if they keep'a bottle of ChamberHome and Farm, I have two stray hogs on my place. ' Announcements for county offices I have a shop and set of blacksmith cate jour food thoroughly, then take lain's Cough Remedy in the house and one year, Both barrows and will weigh about 150 must be paid for In advance. The tools, I will sell, rent or lease. Lot b use one of Chamberlain's Tablets it as directed. It always gave my Our Beautiful 1017 Calendar. to 175 each. Owner can have them ' fee is five dollars. If you want the 38x130 feet, known as the John Eubank W. H. Eubank, after supper. Obtainable at boy relief." Obtainable at Paull All for $3.60. Send your subscrip- by paying feed bill and this notice. people to know thatyou area candidate stand.' Adv. Drug Co. Adv. Columbia, Ky. Paull Drug Co. through The News. W. H. Cundiff. at once. tion tell them PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR world. What made France join with Russia? Alsace and Lorraine. What did Russia want? Constantinople. "Why did England join them? Because Germany had become too strong for her, by peaceful Office: Russell Bldg. Res. Phone No. I. James Taylor, "Largest PAT-ffESO- N WELL DRILLER V. . Hughes & Sons Co. Louisville, Kentucky. non-gripin- g WHOLESALE ! Stair J. g, LOUISVILLE HOTEL J. MURRELL rf. al Louisville, Kentucky. "S I ii : i TffSJ - '-- "3 -- to. European only - three-block- 's V Semi-Monthl- imme-diatel- t. b I , THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS FOR When a cold hangs on as often hapyou have hardly gotten pens, or when over one coldbeforeyou 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 New Remedy Restores Zest of 4 chronic catarrh, pneumonia or conprice.you Lite and Renews Ambition. sumption. Cure your cold while Mr. and Ityrs. Milt Miller, of can. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy were visiting friends and reputation. It is relied a relatives, of this commftmry a few has great upon by thousands of people and never days of last week. KifiuuEa disappoints them. Try it. It only HEALTH EXPERT TELLS HOW We are glad to know that Mrs El- costs a quarter. Obtainable at Paull Has been the ruin of as many Eyes as any one thing. len Holladay, who has been in the St. Drug Co. Adv. There may be the feeling of a slight inconvenience at Anthony hospital, Louisville, lias reRun Down Condition Usually Due to first. You may think, O' they will be alright in a few turned to her daughter's Mrs Walker, From Nelson County, Ky. Rapid Eating or Overeating, Says days. Don't be deceived, if there is ever an eye defect may soon lie able to reand hope she Man Who Has Set Many Tongues at all, you should not rest until a COMPETENT OPand be with her turn to her home 'Nov. 20, 1916. Original Wagging With TOMETRIST has been consulted. You may save friends again. Just Half Sick. News: yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in time. Mr Tim Willis, an aed man, who Editor The am too far from home to reAs I is living with his sister, Mrs. Mollie "Thousands of persons drag along BRYANT & SHIVELY, happenings in and around Willis, has been quite sick, but is port the from morning until night without enJewelers and Optometrists Dlrigo, I will drop you a few lines ergy or ambition. They are not sick Made from Cream of Tar fas better at this writing. Campbellsville, Ky. from Nelson county. enough to go to bed, but tiiey lack Quite a large crowd was out to hear I arrived here on Tuesday, the 14th, the zest of life. They are just half NO ILUK-H- O PHOSPTE Bro. Bush's sermon last Sunday. No inst., and immediately went to work. sick." one could afford to miss it, for it was But iD the few days that I have been Such was the statement of the Tan-lacertainly a splendid sermon. Bro. here I have had the opportunity of December American Magazine. health expert, who has created Ollie. Bush is a man who is liked by all de- seeing quite a lot of the country And widespread comment by his original Joppa. nominations and is deeply interested what I have sevn reminds me very ideas. He continued: in his work. David Grayson returned to the De"You can't have good health if you county, On the morning of Nov. the 18, 1916, Mr. Ex Brockman and sister, Tina, much of Flattwoods, in Adair cember American Magazine with the have poor digestion. Our farmers are all very busy now were visiting in Cumberland last except perhaps, the land is a little the death angel visited the home of first of a series of Too Many Bolt Food. stories. It is called gathering corn and every one reports week, and were accompanied home more fertile. But then it is generallyand claimed his "The stomach is the most important Mr. II. R. Edwards Charles M. "Great Possessions " Brock-ma- n a fairly good crop. by their two little nephews, level with an occasional pond or organ in the body and the most abused. beloved companion, Mrs. Ollie May Schwab has written an article which and Coe. Miss Kathreen Willis, who has been swamp. And the blackjack and other The large majority of people do not Edwards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. explains his system of profit sharing, spent last Mrs. Martha quite sick for several weeks, is im- week with her Holladay Mrs. Mollie scrubby timber predominates take suflicient time to eat their food. C. Bradshaw, of Adair county, Ky. sister, ne has named this article "My 20,000 proving We are certainly glad to Willis. Her age was 29 years, 3 months and The thing which impresses me most They give no thought to what foods Partner." know it for she is greatly missed is the public roads. Most all of the are good for them. They simply swal- 17 days. She leaves a husband and I keep on nands a full stock of roads are piked, and so far I have not low what is convenient and pleasant. two little children, the eldest a boy "How a Great Hotel Man Handles among her large circle of friends. coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep "The stomach tells quickly when it the youngest a girl; and father, broth- the Human Race" is the story of Geo. in the Henry Moore and wife, of Smith's Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and seen or heard of a. mud-hol- e is abused through overeating or other ers, sisters, grandfather, grandmother C. Boltd There are many interestChapel, and the latter.s sister, Miss two hearses. Prompt service night or county. ing tips in this article. mistreatment. When it warns, take "What Will Residence Phone 29, office Fine crops prevail here this year. I instant heed or dire results will follow. and other relatives and a host of Power Did for Me" tells the story of a Mary Yound, who is teaching at day. have heard several say they had gathCyclone, spent last Saturday and Sun- phone 98. "A disordered stomach brings on friends. boy in a poorhouse who made good 45-- 1 yr J. F Triprett, ered as high as seventy bushels of corn headaches. day with their parents. Near about the age of 15 she pro- when he got into the world. It causes constipation, Columbia, Ky. to the acre. Corn is now selling at So biliousness, indigestion, nervous dis- fessed her faith in Christ and joined Address 3S1 Fourth Ave., New York. to 95 cents per bushel. orders and other ills. the Cumberland Presbyterian church Tanlac Most Successful. Our old friend, Rev. Mont Murrelf, and has been a devoted member there "Taniac is the most successful rem- of every since until Jesus called her is conducting a series of meetings at toHENRY W. We have always demonstrated to the readers of the Samuels, and is having' a fine meeting. edy for stomach ills on the market her dear mother, day. It is composed of roots, barks, iiome to rest with Every body I have met in Bardstown ago the Adair County News that we compete most successfully herbs and berries gathered in ail parts who was called only one year section speak so well of Mr. and Mrs. of the world. By its composition it is 11th of September. with the offerings of any catalogue house. Indeed in most Murrell, and appear to be much pleased designed to build strength, create While visiting here a short time be- Am permanently located in Co instances our qualities are far superior and have cost no with their good luck in securing Bro. better digestion and more blood, and fore she died, was talking to her in Iumbia. more that the inferior kind. ystcm regard to her opinion as to whether Murrell for thjr pastor. It is nut the to strengthen t he nervous Methodist alone who like him, but all through correction of the common dis- she thought she would recover or not, All Classes of Denral work done. Crow Our store is known as the representative dgeand Inlay work a Specialty. denominations join in speaking the orders of the stomach, liver and said that she had no hopes of ever testimony of she All Work Guaranteed membranes. The praise of both Mr. and Mrs. .Murrell. recovering. But sweetest of all, I your neis'-ibcall axound you bears Office over G. W. Lowe's sweet smile and The people of this section are, gen- out never will forget the that it has accomplished this." o erally speaking, prosperous, heavenly look she had when she looked Shoe Store Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spacious citizens But I find that ihey have in my face and called me by my name Tanlac, the master medicine and re- and said: salesrooms have always expressed themselves most favorone iiabit that would not last long "If I never see you here constructive tonic, is sold exclusively any more I have a better home above down in good Adair. That habit is ably about our stocks and prices. hunting on Sunday. Many of the men in Columbia, Ky.. by not made with hands, and there is AGENTS WANTED The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of PAGE & HAMILTON. who work during the week spend Sunnothing in oay way, and I want you Other exclusive agents in 'neutfoy and all the rest to meet me there For America's Greatest Clothes day hunting. The hunting" season Good Linoleum here opened very brisk. Tliere ap- towns are as follows: in the sweet bye and bye. She said I Proposition. pears to be plenty of birds, and rabbits Crocus, Ky., J. P. Miller & Sons. with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the ecohate to leave you all and my dear little Suits and Overcoats $12.50 have been thick for the past few days, Gresham. Ky., T. C. Moore & Co. children whom I love so dearly." nomical buyer. Cooper. Ky.. Coffey Bros. JLouis-vill- e LESS quite a number of hunters from NO MORE-N- O Oh how sad to give you up dear Ollie, Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. having joined the local huuters Exie. Ky. L. G. Wilcox. life, Just in the bloom of Best references required. No clothing TVaterview, Ky , Thos. M. Allen. here. For we all will miss you dearly, Ky., C II- - Jarvis. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, incorporated. experience necessary. Last Sunday I atteded church at Coburer. When your face we cannot see. Adv. Olga, Ky , II. E. Loy. New Salem, in the morning, and .in 522 & 524 W. Market St., Write Monogram Tailors, 131 East And oh the vacant chair that the afternoon Mr. L. E. "Woodward You left dear Ollie, Louisville, Ky. New York St., Indianapolis, Ind. and myself went out autotng around Woman's Heme Companion. Can't he filled Deatsville, and during the day 1 heard C. C. Hauger, Prop. H. H. Haugher, Mgr With you again. at least two hundred shots which were This Christmas cumber of the Wo- Dear friends and loved ones! tired by hunters R. L. Campbell. one from us is gone, DEIN'T.AJL. CVBTBMCTJ man's Home Companion is filled with us live to meet her, It is almost a fiction So let. Re- - good things. Sufferer From Indigestion number for there are fine stories by May be in the coming year we'll read lieved. n The meaning of our tears, authors as Eleanor such Center & Jefferson Streets ' And there, up there, we'll understand, "Before taking Cnamberlain's Tab- Kallwood Abbott, w1k begins the first DENTIST We'll catch the broken thread again novel; Mary E Wil-kilets my husband suffered for several part of a nwo-paOVER PAULL DRUG CO. Louisville, years from indigestion, causing him Freeman, Elsie Shipmaster, Mar- And finish what we here began Columbia, Ky. AMERICAN PLAN to have pains in the stomach and dis- garet Widdemer, and Mary Heaton God holds the key, He knows the way, RES PHONE 3D. OFFICB PHOS $3.00 and $3.:0 per day tress after eating. Chamterlain's Tab- Vorse. Rates$2.00 and $2.50 wifh So let us all obey, and meet again lets relieved him of these spells right-awayhot and cold vafer, Privi- The special articles are interesting, some day. vith Private Bath, writes Mrs Thosmas Casey. especially the one by Arnold Bennett broth- lege of Bath. Written by her heart-brokeGeneva, N. Y. Obtainable at Pauli called ""Who is the Rich Man:"' An er, uuggjns. European Plan $I.O0 and Up jasmine, j.cuh. Drug Co. Adv. Veterinary Surgeon and Denlist article called "Play Producing lor AJGIi MELAJCH. 50C Amateurs" gives many valuable hints Eye Specialist Death at Roy. Don't Neglect your Cold. Local and Long Distance Telephones and "Deciding What to Make" is also helpful. given Diseases of all in all ELooms. worse, instead Special attention Then there are the various depart-- i Neglected colds get head, a tight Domestic Animals William M. Hoy, who lived near a of better. A stuffed A Block ttad a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. White Oak, died last Thursday morn- ments which have devoted themselves Mu:r miKt w. relieved at once. Dr. Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on to Christmas advice and suggestions. D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. ing at 2 o'clock. He was forty-nin- e is Nature's Bell's Jamestown road. years old, a good citizen, and will be The fashions, cooking, picture section remedy. Honey and glycerine heal sug114 G. greatly miseed from the neighborhood. and all the others are filled with the irritated membrane, antiseptic Phone A large circle of friends attended the gestions and plans for Christmas. Columbia, Ky. IN you breathe EVERYTHING tar loosens the phlegm, 381 Fourth Ave., New York funeral. is broken up. easier and your J?ld Pleasant to take, :. Bell's is an ideal remedy for children At Paull Drug as well as irrowu-np- We understand the Sinclair Bros., will sell goods at Joppa at the old Novy Lookout. ! pOYAl AKI place of Barger & Willis. Mozetta. the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, of Glenville, spent last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs H. P Barger. C. A. Murrell sold a nice bunch of hogs to Bennett & Smith at a fair Camp-bellsville, HERE'S HELP LISTLESS FOLKS PUTTING IT OFF POWDER Absolutely Pur Ideas-Thousand- s : c - DEPP, mucous Carpet and Rug House s well-to-d- All-Wo- ol WILLARD HOTEL Kentucky. Dr. James Triplett well-know- rt us ," n -- L,. H. Jones -- Pine-Tax-Hon- ey HOOFING Also Ellwood and American Fence. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey RXXXXX JT. s. B. JONbLS Co., 25c. ; Adv. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. 1 CO- - says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.,'iV writing of her experience with Cardui, tine woman's tonic She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking throe bottles , of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman "would give It Always Helps Tombstones, Lebanon, Ky., has been spllinsr stones in Columbia and Adair Lcounty for a good mauy years, ne does first-clas- s work and his prices are very USDEBTAKER AND EMBALMKR reasonable. He, or one of his COLUMBIA, IC5T. make Columbia every few Any kind ot Coffin or Casket made ready to raaaks, and persons who expect to buy send out in a few minotes after receiving AU kinds ot stones should see him and get his prices order. No extra charge for hearse. Grocery Co repre-sctatives J. C. Sims, manufacturer of Granite and Marble Monuments and Mr. 2t. Robea on hand. Over Cumberland Home Phono 52 A Incorporated no Eaat . Matkei Street' Between Pirsl and Brook v Louisville, Ky. rCumb. ptlONh:rIomc Main 9 141 City 2291 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic a Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's-tonic- . You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. trial. I still use Cardui when 1 feel and it always does me good." Up for Winter Clear out the congestion that has disturbed your breathing and weakened your digestion, and all the bodily processes to do their full share in cold weather, and thus build yourself up to perfect health. tonic that It la atee wasje restores the balance to your bodily functions, cleara away innwm 'uui0i:" ..'Tir.'tr'ih0nS2ndr . vr d ell or t ana Dener nraiiu. v.-.-t: Pates 5U-5-I.U- U a little bad,, 1"SAFETY FIRST" ' TELEPHONES Hotel Watkins "In the Heart of LouiSvIHo" NG PFRITNA IS INVIGORATION v. IN ROOMS-RUNNI- WATER-MODE- RN CONVENIENCES EUROPEAN PLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5fh Louisville, Ky. I WAarrl Get a J.VPU.UJ w mi sn m w w 4 MmKK: jt J .aia lave found it a valuableway in au .TTvripnco noints the lor you. rcnutin wf KilaLUfWI form to convenient lor test that Droves its value. TablettaKo ana easy 10 carry Pleasant to ruick administration. With you. .t Jr JrA&&sYm . l...h'.. Tliov iwmirt Manalln TaDieia are uw Arjr.'s.irw 'TJ?;iZ y.vf. .waursji,FM or constipation, arouse mo um iu the habit ? wem. """". ss.in HC? 'M - ..! .- --. ?JsxriWMiI kidneys. Your druee13' baa "v The Peruna Company, Colurabua, Okie 2r- - V.V'fw nwnmnnnmnnnmnwnmm M. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THDE M. Tutt G. R. Reed TUTT & REED REAL ESTATE DEALERS Offer the following Property for u THE GREATEST PICTURE ERMOINT CXF THE YEAR ASECTOST STEVEjSTS IN CHICAGO EXAMIISTER GIRL NO CHILDREN LITTLE NEXT DOOR A Stirring Photoplay Based on the Report of The Illinois Vice Commission. ADMITTED ' Sale: Nell's Opera House, Tuesday, Dec. 5. at Night. TWO SHOWS COMMENCING A.T 6 O'CLOCK. FARM LAND of good lime stone land well watered, good dwelling and out buildings on public road, and in a good neighborhood. Price $4,200.00, one-hacash, the balance on easy terms This farm lies six miles S. E. of Columbia, Ky. FARM Of 100 acres of the best land in Adair county. Good dwelling, 2 good barns and outbuildings, i mile from Cane Valley. Price 86,500. FARM Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Green river, 1 mile from pike now under oonstruction. 52 acres river bottom. Good dwelling, barn and outbuildings, 2 good orchards. Price 140 acrs ALL SEATS 25. Knifley. lf THE GREAT gathering Is in full blast aud yield is better than was expected. the Mr. Faulkner and Mr. J. C. Bault have bought several crops of tobacco in this seccion, paying good prices. Wheat and young grasses look well owing to the late sowing. Corn Mr. Richard Wheeler, of Pekin, 111., who has been visiting his parents,. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wheeler, has returned to his home, his sister. Mrs. Bessie Ab - Farmers Protection Sale Will be conducted by ?& if1- w - w Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, $5,000. TOWN PROPERTY Nine room two story dwelling and lot, situated on one of the best res dence streets in Columbia, near the square, barn and out buildings. A turned last week. town limits. Price $850. I was in a hospital under treatment with no results. Clothing has advanced Fifty per cent. We offer One Thousand House with 9 rooms just outof town Misses Ethel Dunbar and Esther I started taking roots & herbs and in three months I was well. iwo shops, all buildings good, compar-- 1 Bryant were shopping in Columbia Suits at old prices. Buy now. New Styles. I could begin to tell a difference in two weeks after beginning use vely new. Price $1, 900. one day last week. White-Moo- n I can heartily recommend the great of 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap An immense stock of dry goods, bought before the advance. At Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Corbin visited anyone suffering with stomach or catarrhal remedies to residence) lying 3J miles N. W. of Co- the lattor's brother, Mr. Jno. Jones, low prices while they last. Ladies Cloaks at low prices. lumbia. Price $600.00. at Spurlington, one day last week. troubles." s 30 Acres land, good new residence, 2 Sugar, 11 pounds $1.00. Good Coffee, 6 pounds $1.00. 10c. Calu- -' (Signed) Bert Thomas, Milltown, K. Misses Nellie Goae, Edith and Hal-li- e good springs, a good well. Price $700. did what every, Now folks draw your own conclusions. met Baking Powder, 4 for 25c. Chelf visited the former's sister, 31 miles N. W. of Columbia. else had failed to do, why? Because it is pure, sweet, fresh ROOTS Mrs. Mont Williams, of Casey Creek, thing $800 for house and lot near the pubis the A small lot of Calico at 5c. Like the great North & HERBS. They are made to grow for that purpo.se. American Pigelic square, good garden, good well, last Saturday and Sunday. Tonic & Blood builder; has cured typhoid fever, indigestion, rheuideal Fall on the last of the species. 1000 yards in the lot sold in 6 and 8 'barn &c. Desirable place and is worth matism, kidney and bladder troubles, constipation: in fact it is the best medAdministrator's Notice. the money asked. icine in the world for the family; old and young. REMEMBER It contains Yard Lengths. $1,500 for 581 acres of land lying 2 no dope, poison, drug or narcotic: guaranteed absolutely true to name, and is miles S. W. of the town of Columbia, Good Indigo Blue Overall at $1.00. All persons owing the estate of the Roots and Herbs ONLY. Don't put it off too long. Go to the PAULL near the Glasgow road, new 5 room late Dr. B. F. Taylor, by note or ac- DUG CO., at Columbia, Ky., and get three packages for 1.00, makes 3 quarts box house, gpod barn, good well in count, We offer Woven Wire Fence 20 per cent upder market. are hereby notified to call ah of medicine, lasts 3 months. Also try our SCIENCE SOAP, Made For Huyard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in my office and settle. The business of man Skin Only, 10c. 3 for 25c. . cultivation, .ballance in timber. I the estate must be closed in the next If you would know more of God's Medicines, Roots & Herbs, and of our Will send and article by mail; if not satisfactory can be returned. cash the balance on time to suit pur- few months. great Cheyenne Indian Remedies, let us send you our great book, the "Cowchaser Free on Request. boy Herbalist" full of startling information Taylor, Administrator. James Up-to-da- te 1 COM-CEL-SAR. COM-CEL-SAR COM-CEL-SA- very desirable home. A bargain. Price on application. 115 Acres of good land in a good neighborhood, good buildings on public, road, about 8 miles south of Columbia. .Price $1,600. (Bargain) 40 Acres lime stone land, very good SHOES "This is to certify that I had stomach trouble, knon as catMiss Arva Cave, of Abaher, made a buildings, desirable place to live, 4 miles south'of Columbia. Price $1,600 flying trip to this place one day last arrh of the stomach. I had paid out hundreds of dollars for doc- We offer Ten Thousand Dollare worth of Shoes at Old Prices. week. tors and medicine and continued to get worse. I had this trouble "House and Lot: House with six Don't wait 'til next spring to find out how you would have appre Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jones, who have two years and never hit a lick of work in the two years. Everyrooms, good out buildings, good water ciated these prices offered now. and other conveniences, just out of been in Illinois for the past year, re- thing hurt my stomach; I had to heat water before I could drink it. COM-CEL-SA- sher, accompanied him on his return. Miss Fannie Hancock has been quite The Cowboy Herbalist, Tells Abut ONE HUNDRED BEST MADE FARMSWAGONS AT PRICES sick for the last two weeks. UNDER COMPETITION. Mr. Ray Page, of Cane Valley, was in this section one day last week buyONE HUNDRED BUGGIES TEN DOLLARS LESS THAN ing tobacco. Bert Thomas, of Milltown, Ky., gives this great medicine the PRESENT COST. Eev. S. P. Daniels tilled his regular credit of saving his life. appointment at this place last 2nd Cured of stomach and catarrhal troubles by R Land Rollers, Clod Crushers, Disc Harrows, Cultivators and Plows Saturday night and Sunday. many doctors had failed to give even relief. after have advanced from Fifty to One Hundred per cent. We will save Misses Rosa and Fannie Bryant HERE IS HIS STATEMENT: you money if you buy now. spent last Sunday with Miss Ethel Dunbar. November 6, 1916. DAKOTA JACK Beginning November 14 COM: - CEL - SA R R -- 7 acres of good limestone land. m Three room residence, two barn?, two good springs, one well, one of the best locations in Gradyville. Away from the creek. Price right Farm of 121 acres, 5 miles south of 45 acres bottom, good Columbia. buildings, splendid oachard, well watered. All in high state of cultivation. Price $4,000. 75 acres of land in sight of Columbia, Ky-- i good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres timber, fenced. $50 per acre. FAhm in Taylor county Consisting of 200 acres, 100 acres in woodland, 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, dwelling and barn. Situated 41 miles south of Campbellsville, on Robinson creek. Price $3,000. 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 200 4--2t Wanted bushels shelled corn. S. H. Grinstead & Co., Columbia, Ky. Dakota Jack-White-Mo- on Remedy Co., 1 3729-3- West Broadway, Louisville, Kentucky. PAULL DRUG CO., COLUMBIA, KY. Lindsey - Wilson Training School A Safe Place to Put Your Children V We have thoroughly tried out the Chevrolet Automobiles, and recommend the Baby Grand as luxurious in all it's appointments equal to any Car on the market at a much higher price. We will take pleasure in demonstrating this Car to any one expecting to buy one this winter or in the spring. Price $800.00. We also recommend to your kind attention the Model 490, This is indeed the best proposition in the Motor Car world. Price complete at factory $490.00 either five passenger Touring Car or Roadster. Libera s. proposition for If you have any intention of buying at all during the coming season, write us. We will give any inforSub-Agent- mation requested. 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 acres first-clas-s bottom, balance fresh land. Four room box house, well watered. 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 milee N. W. Columbia. $1150. TOODSON Pooo00jt loioKioooRXRo.i' Special Thanksgiving Attraction Famous Players Presents The Supreme Emotional Actress LEWIS Pauline Frederick. Matriculation and Enrollment, Monday, January This is a SpecialTerm for those who are Preparing to teach. WRITE NOW FOR ROOMS. , 1, 1917. In a Superb Photo-Productio- n of The ." i --- o. Dramatic Sensation of the Country. 'ZAZA' A 25c Show for 10c. 1 COLUMBIA, jgrsr. iUlUUlUUliUUUUUiUiiiUUilU MOSS & CHANDLER, Columbia, Ky. PAJEIAMOTOSTT TJ3DEA.TKB. .1 ? akKtIff - j .vJ..,. ' to- ( iSififci'' -- J1 ,