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News the anElsewhere in nouncement of Mr. Clyde Crenshaw's candidacy for Sheriff of Adair county appears- He is before the Democrats of the county, subject to the action of members of said party as expressed at the August primary, 1917 M r. Crenshaw has been deputy sheriff under Mr. S. II. Mitchell for three years and has made a very efficient otlicer. He has done more riding than any other attachee of the office, and there is not a doubt but he has so conducted himself as to merit favorable expressions that are daily coming to his ears He is a young man, active, and has been 'ever ready to do his duty. He js per fectly familiar with.the duties of the office, and he promises, should he be nominated and elected, to devote his whole attention to it. He feels that he could please" the entire count) as High Sheriff and he is anxious to serve in that capacity for four ears Before the primary Mr. Crenshaw will make it a point to visit every locality in Adair, and present his claims in person, and in the meantime he asks,. a favorable consideration of his candidacy. He is in fine health and only the dispensation of providence will prevent him from meeting all his friends before the August primary. to-day- Friday Evening's Concert. The Self Culture Club of Columbia, made it possible for the people of the city to enjoy an entertainment of an unusually high character and enjoyable nature when they presented Friday evening at the Paramount Theater, Miss Bernice Wimberly violinist, reader, and Miss Angela Sweeney, from the Louisville Conservatory of Music. Miss Wimberly displayed remark- Big Money Made in BucKwheat Crop. Personals. m Nf. W M. m mm mtwm m w Tutt G. R. Reed The people of Columbia were greatly surprised and grieved last Wednesday when the news reached here that Mrs. Flossie Richardson, wife of Hugh Richardson, had just died in Augusta, Kansas, where she and her husband located about two years ago. Before going to Kansas Mr. Richardson was a citizen of Columbia, where he was iu business for several years. The deceased was 28 years old and was a member of the Baptist Church, this place Her maiden name was Fuliiam and she was born and reared in Cumberland county. Her remains reached here Friday afternoon, accompanied by her husband and on Saturday were conveyed to her old home. The deceased was in fairly good health until seven weeks ago at which time a baby was born, and after tile birth of the infant complications set ud which resulted in her death. Besides the husband three children are left. This is a sad dispensation of providence. May God comfort the husband and little ones This town deeply feels for those who have been so sorely bereft. 's - able talent in her chosen art, that plus her charming manner could not and did not fail to delight each and every member of the appreciative audience. Mrs C. M. Russell, of our city, in her usual efficient manner accompanied Miss Wimberly. Miss Sweeney fairly captivated the listeners and displayed her talent in rendering equally well, her numbers in various styles. Especially were her dialect studies charmingly given. The program in full was: I a, Rondino KpUipr b, Schou Rosmarin Miss Bernice Wimberly. Riley "Dot Liddle Boy" Miss Angela Sweeney. Drorak Huraoreske Miss Wimberly Encore, Austrian Imperial Hymn Translated by F. Kreider Scene from Hartley Manners "Peg o' My, Heart" Miss Sweeney Encore, 'tWho's Afraid?" ' Wieniowski Legende Miss Wimberly Parody on Whittier's "Barbara Monticello Wins. Somerset, Ky., Nov. 23. -- In the Science Hill section of Pulaski county, covering an area of a few small miles, the farmers raised and sold bushels of buckwheat at a price of SL and $1.25 a bushel, and are now jingling about $75,000 in their pockets, The price has now advanced to $1.50 a bushel. This industry iu Pulaski attratcted buyers from the East, and at one time there were a dozen men here to bid on the corn. The farmers, with the aid of the county agent, organized a farmers' club and held out for the prices which they received. Last year the crop only brought GO cents a bushel. When it is'known that this crop can be sown after wheat is taken off, and that it does not drain the land of its fertility ltee many other crops, it is predicted tjiat in the near future it will rival the tobacco and hemp crops as a money producer for Kentucky farmers. Two crops can be grown from the same land in one year, and it produces as many bushels to the acre as winter wheat. It is very likely that a mill will be established here for the purpose of manufacturing buckwheat 70-00- Mrs. Sallie Bradshaw, who has been quite sick, is better. Miss Ora Moss, Grady ville, is visiting friends in Columbia. Mr. W. R. Lyon, Campbellsville. was here a few days ago. Mr. G. W. Whitlock, Campbellsville, was here a few days ago. T3TT?AT, ESTATE Mr. T. O. Davidson and wife visited relatives iu Liberty last week. Mr. Geo. R. Miller was here Mon- Offer the following Property for day, taking orders for his house. Sale: Miss Alva Knight, Jamestown, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Arvest Hill. Mr. J. F. Shaw, Nashville, called to see the Columbia merchants last week. Mr. L. R.Chelf, a prominent merFARM LAND chant at Jvnilley, was here a few days ago. 140 acres of good lime stone land Mrs. T. R. Stults and daughter, well watered, good dwelling and out Miss May, were in Louisville a day or buildings on public road, and in a good neighborhood. Price 84,200.00, one-hatwo of last week. Mr. Lee Akin, who visited relatives cash, the balance on easy terms in Adair county, left for his Oklahoma This farm lies six miles S. E. of CoHome last Friday. lumbia, Ky. Mrs. Cora Young and children are FARM visiting Mrs. Young's brother, Mr Ben Of 100 acres of the best land in Adair Swiggett, at Ella, Ky. county. Good dwelling, 2 good barns Mr. Jno. R Sanders, of Pellyton, and outbuildings, 1 mile from Cane visited at the home of Mr. J. II. Pel-le- y Valley. Price $6,500. one day last week. FARM Mr. and Mrs. C. M. nerriford, who Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, are at present located at Buffalo, Ky., on Green river, 1 mile from pike now are at home this week. 52 acres river under construction. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bradshaw and bottom. Good dwelling, barn and outlittle son, Edward, Louisville, visited buildings, 2 good orchards. Price here the 'first of the week. 85,000. Mr. J. M. Arvin, of Campbellsville, TOWN PROPERTY spent a day or two of last week visitNine room two story dwelling and ing his Columbia friends. lot, situated on one of the best res Messrs. Herbert May and Carl Over-stre- dence streets in Columbia, near the. spent Saturday and Sunday square, barn and out buildings. A with V. M. Collins near Glenville. very desirable home. A bargain. Mrs. Sam Lewis, who spent several Price on application. weeks in Glasgow and Louisville, re115 Acres of good land in a good turned home last Wednesday night. neighborhood, good buildings on pubJudge G. T. Hernford and wife have lic road, about 8 miles south of Columreturned from a visit to their daugh- bia. Price $1,600. (Bargain) ter, Mrs. Read, who lives in Carthage, 40 Acres lime stone land, very good Tenn. buildings, desirable place to live, 44 Mr. Walker Bryant, who made a miles south of Columbia. Price $1,600 busines trip to Missouri and OklahoHouse and Lot: House with six ma, returned home last Thursday rooms, good oht buildings, good water night. Mesdames Wm. Miller and R. J. and other conveniences, just out of Baerd of Louisville, are visiting at town limits. Price 8350. the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. House with 9 rooms just out of town two shops, all buildings good, com parMyers. Miss Mary Chandler, of Campbells- ti vely new. Price 81,900. ville, spent Thanksgiving with Miss 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap Katie Murrell, remaining several days residence) lying 3J miles N. W. of for a visit. Price 8600.00. Dr. T. L. Higgenbottom, of Hutch30 Acres land, good new residence, 2 inson, Kansas, arrived in Columbia good springs, a good well. Price 8700. Monday, en route to his old home, 3i miles N. W. of Columbia. Creelsboro. . 8800 for house and lot near the pubMiss Rose Heyd, who is teaching at lic square, good garden, good well, Jamestown, came down and spent barn &c. Desirable place and is worth Thanksgiving with her mother, re- the money asked. turning on Sunday. $1,500 for 53-- acres of land lying 2 Mr. and Mrs. Horace Massie and miles S. W. of the town of Columbia, their children, Taylor county, visited near the Glasgow road, new 5 room Mr. Massie's parents, Mr. Brack Masbox house, good barn, good well in sie and wife, last week. yard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in Capt. Dan Schroer, of the Lindsey-Wilso- cultivation, ballance in timber. I spent the latter part of cash the balance on time to suit purlast week visiting friends in Louisville, chaser Ky., and Jeffersonville, Ind. 7 acres of good limestone land. Miss Lillian Keith, of Buffalo, Ky., Three room residence, two barns, two visited Miss Luciie Herriford last good springs, one well, one of the best Miss Herriford accompanied week. locations in Gradyvllle. Away from her home and will return this week. the creek. Price right Mr. R. J. Lyon, of the Buchanan Farm of 121 acres, 5 miles south of Lyon Company, Campbellsville, a 45 acres bottom, good Columbia. hustler for business, a fair dealer and buildings, splendid oachard, well popular gentleman, was here las't Fri- watered. All in high state of cultiday. vation. Price $4,000. . and Mrs. A. R. Bishop and their 75 acres of land in sight of Columbia, little daughter, Martha, of Indianapo- Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres lis, Ind , arrived a few days ago, to fenced. $50 per acre. spend the winter with Mrs Bishop's timber, FArm ix Taylor county Consistparents, Mr. and Mrs II. C. Feese. ing of 200 acres, 100 acres in woodland, Mr. Geo. M. Huun, who has been employod at Toledo, Ohio, returned 00 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, 4 miles home a few days ago. While gone he dwelling and barn. Situated south of Campbellsville, on Robinson met with an accident, getting one of creek. Price 83,000. his arms broken. It is about well. 124 acre farm, 2 miles S. W. of Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Browning visited at the homes of Mr. G. A. Atkins' ville, in Adair, Casey, and Russell and Mr. J. C. Browning's, Milltown, counties, reasonable good buildings, last week. They were accomanied to good orchard, good spring, well water, Milltown by Misses Frona Faulkner 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, and Catherine Nell and Mr. William 20 acres corn, average 8 bhls. acre, limestone land, 8600 to 8800 worth of Hurt Browning. SMr. G. R. Goodin, brick contractor, timber. Price 82,800. 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X of Lebanon, was here the first of the week to get the plans and specifica- Roads, Russell County, on Dixie Hightion of the contemplated residences of way. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. E. B. Barger and Ray Conover, with saw timber. Price 31,200. 33 acres H miles from Columbia. 7 the view of figuring on same. s bottom, balance fresh Cravens, a prominent acres Mr. C. H. dealer, of Russell land. Four room box house, well w farmer and lumber His tereoV Price 8830. county, was here last Thursday. and who iB in the Lindsey-WilsoThree houses, 7, 6, and 5 rooms, son1 who accidentally got one of his arms acre lots, good wells, in the town of hurt, accompanied him home, to spend Columbia, west of Graded School. Price $1,200 eacn. a week or ten days. 06 acres of limestone land, good - A Card of ThanRs. spring, 6 room box house, good barns, 9 miles N. W. Columbia. 31150. We desire to express our heart-fel- t thanks & the neighbors and friends for their kindness and sympathy shown us in our bereavement for our wife, daughter and sister. Hugh Richardson, Mrs. Margaret Richardson. Mrs. W. H. Goff. 0 TUTT & REED lf flour. s " V On Wednesday before Thanksgiving the basket ball team of the CoTurkeys for Sale. lumbia Graded and High School journeyed to Monticello where they met, Full stock Mammoth Bronze. Thursday evening, the High School Mrs. Josh Butler, Columbia, Ky. team of that, place in the popular game. A large crowd witnessed the contest, and "rooting" was lively. The CoDeath of a. Good Citizen. lumbia aggregation did the best it Last Wednesday morning Mr. W. P. could, but it was not strong enough to win the fight. The result termi- Salmon, who lived in the Bliss comnated as follows: Monticello, 38: Co- munity, died after a short illness. He was one of Adair's best citizens, a lumbia, 12. Christian gentleman, having been a Public Sale. devoted member of the Presbyteriau Church for many years. He was also At my store in Knifley, Ky., Wed- an excellent neighbor, and his passing nesday, Dec, 13, 1916, I will offer for a vacancy that will be hard to sale to the highest bidder the follow- leaves fill. His family who was very devoted ing farming tools: to him sustains the greatest loss, and 1 Empire 8 Disc Wheat Drill. the sympathy of the entire neighbor1 4J foot Deering Mowing Machine. hood is with the sorrowing wife and 2 Deering Hay Rakes. children. The funeral was largely at4 1. H. C. 2 Horse Corn Planters, deceased was about tended. l Black Hawk 2 Horse Corn Planter. seventy-tw- o The old, and had resid years 4 Empire 1 Horse Corn Planters. ed in Adair county a number of years. 1 Black Hawk 1 Horse Corn Planter. 1 Brown Riding Cultivator. Administrator's Notice. 1 I H C Riding Cultivator. 1 Second Hand Brown Walking CulAll persons owing the estate of the tivator. late Dr. B. F. Taylor, by note or ac2 Disc Harrows with Trucks count, are hereby notified to call at 3 No. 20 Oliver Turning Plows. my office and settle. The business of 2 No. 19 Oliver Turning Plows. the estate must be closed in the next 3 14 Tooth Cultivators. few months. The above machinery will be James Taylor, Administrator. sold on time, purchasers to give notes with 6 per cent., from dates and notes that banks will accept, or if parties Mrs. Nannie Flowers anniversary wish to pay cash will give 2 per cent., arrived the latter part of November discount. Length of time will be an- and the occasion was duly celebrated, dinner being a surprise to nounced at sale. After this.balance of the day will be spent in selling Boots, her. The cook had been advised by not to Clothing &c. Mis. Flowers' daughters Shoes, Dry Goods, These goods will be sold for cash only. cook dinner, but let her movements A big lot of Rubber Boots and Shoes appear that she was busy in the cook room, and they would do the rest. to sell. I want to sell this farming machin- At the proper time they all arrived d baskets, andTery soon ery now as I don't expect to be sell- with ing it when time comes to use it. At a magnificent dinner wasspread. Afleast this is my intention, and you ter the meal several hours were spent will need the machinery next season, in social enjoyment. so why not buy it now while you can Notice. save money. Remember all farming will beat least 25 per cent, hightools chilI have a few more Ladies and er next season than they were last season. Sale begins at about 9:30 a. dren's coats that I will sell at cost. m. Very Respt., T. E. Waggener. L. R. Chelf. Knifley, Ky. Rev. L. F. Piercy, pastor of the Mrs. Elizabeth Grove, who was the Methodist Church, preached the widow of the late Jordan Grove, died Thanksgiving sermon to a large conat the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. gregation, at the Christian church, H. Esies, Lebanon, Sunday night of last Thursday. Every tiling he said last week She was 71 years old and was appropriate and told in a very inMrs. teresting manner. The sermon was was a native of Green county. Estes, before her marriage, was Miss largely complimented. Ida Grove, and she was educated in A barn that was owned by William Columbia. Hancock, son of Elijah nancock. near Democratic committeemen for the Cane Valley, was consumed by fire fifteen precincts in Adair county were the first of last week. No stock in chosen last Saturday, as we under- the buijding and very little provender. stand. In nearly all the precincts The loss is sm?.ll. In the old member was The December teachers' draw will East Columbia J. B. Coffey was chosnot be paid till Dec. 23. The State en to succeed Philetus Dunbar. Superintendent hopes to send the The foot ball game at the Lindsev- - checks by that date. Wllson, Thanksgiving, resulted in a Tobias Huffaker, County Supt. victory for this year's team, the score being 20 to 13. The losing team made Mr. J. R. Tutt, Jr., Milltown, had up 'the eleven last year with one play- the misfortune to get his left arm er missing, David Dulworth. broken, below the elbow, last Saturday. Rev. J. S, Chandler, pastor of the Campbellsville M. E. Church South, Mr. R. J. Lyon, of the Buchanan will preach at the Methodist church, Lyon Company, has recently sold ten this place, the fifth Sunday forenoon ranges in Adair county. He attributes in this month. Every body cordially the sales direct to the Adair County . invited. News. purchased the Mr. Geo. H. Nell has Wanted: Butter at Lindsey-WilsoGoodman residence, a few blocks School. 25 cents cash per pound. north of the square, for 81,000. His Also a number of cords of good 4 foot son, Guy, will occupy it. G-- Puclic Sale. Frietchie Miss Sveeney Encore, "The Bald Headed Man" Mrs. C. M. Russell. Accompanist Notice. All parties owing the firm of Garrison Bros , on account, are requested to call at Bert Epperson's store at once and settle with F. J Garrison, who will be found at that place. All these accounts must be settled at once 6-- 2t I will on Wednesday, Dec. 20, 1916, offer for sale on my farm, I mile north of Montpeher, on Russell Creek the following: Some household and kitchen furniture, 3 No. 1 Men's saddles, 1 side saddle, one No. 1 21 Columbus wagons, as good as new; 11 ewes ready to lamb: 2 good Short Horn cows, one will be due to calf Dec. 22; 12 or 15 shoats; some fat hogs and other things too numerous to mention Also 125 or 150 barrels of picked merchantable corn, in 10 barrel lots, and other things too numerous to mention. Also one et 6 m in-la- w well-fille- 6-- 2t thoroughbred registered Short Horn Bull, 2 years old. I will also at the same time and place offer for sale my farm containing 107 acres, lmile of church, mile to school house, mile to post office. Notice to Physicians, Teachers and This is regarded the best farm in the Montpelier country. Terms made Parents. known on day of sale. Dr. T. L. Higginbotham, of HutchV M. Epperson, inson, Kans., will be at Creelsboro, 8 2t Montpelier, Ky. Wednesday and Thursday, Dec, Cth Entertainment at Tabernacle. and 7th, prepared to treat surgical and Throat. conditions of the Nose A delightful entertainment was Physicians and Teachers are especialrendered by the school at Tabernacle ly invited to bring or refer children of the indigent poor, to whom services Thanksgiving night, under the management of Miss Bess Cabbell. Diwill be gratuitous alogues and recitations were very inUnder the direction of Mr. G. W. teresting. A play ot 9 characters Lowe and Mr. Walter Sullivan a comwith live scenes called "Pumkin pany of young men of Columbia who Ridge," was very amusingly played by are oigauized into a band, are now J. C. White, Welby Knifley, John making good music. They have only Corneal, Willie Evans, Elba Miller, T. been practicing a short time, but they Williams, Florence Rubarts, Anna have been before the public upon sev- Rubarts and Bess Cabbell. eral occasions, delighting all Columbia with melodious strains from their in What Wears Out a President. struments. A band puts life into a My sustained mental work in the community, and as this company of young men have splendid tutors, we presidency was not equal in amount hope they will stay together, making or in time consumed to that which I the welkin ring as often as possible. was obliged to devote to my judicial In this connection we will state that duties, or indeed to that which 1 have also has a brass done in my university lectures at Yale the Lindsey-Wilsoband, composed of students of the in- and elsewhere since I left the White stitution. They are being instructed House. I had many assistants in my by Prof. Dan Schroer, who is a Ger- Cabinet officers and their subordinates, who investigated and reviewed man musician and a very superior This set of young students the reasons for and against an issue, will soon be ready to show the public and thus reduced the labor of the President to that of making the de- their advancement. 1 4-- 3t Co-lumb- ia. n, n cor-neti- st. M-r- cission, Christmas Novelties. We as are showing an extensive line of Goods, and invite you to come Nice and make your selections Is 6-2t large. articles for Presents. Russell & Co. while ' stock VIRGINIA BROOKS. Comments on The Little Girl Next Door. SERVICE TO NATION. Virginia Brooks Washburn, the well-know- n The Bluff City News, of Kansas, notes the marriage of Mr. Ctias. Sanders and Miss Fern Sanburn, of that town. The wedding took place at Lamar, Colo., where Mr. Sanders has staked a claim and is teaching school. Mr. Sanders, a native of this county, son of Mr. W. F. Sanders, (near has many friends here who wish him and his bride a happy prosperous life. He is a young man of snap and enterprise and made a splendid record as a teacher in the Sunflower State where he has taught for several years, leaving for Colorado For Sale. only under the adviso of physicians wood. Messrs J. N. Coffey, J. P. Dohoney, 1 brood mares for his health. The News extends its I have three No We have a carload of salt for sale. Sr , and N. M. Tutt axe now superviswhich I will sell. Two in foal by jack. good will and wishes to this happy 280 pound barrels at 82.50 per barrel. couple on the voyage of a real happy T. L. Upton, ing the town list, as returned by the Nell & Sen. Glensfork, Ky. j and useful Jlife. Assessor. Glen-ville- ,. -- n Chicago social worker, says: "This picture presents the problem of the girl adrift in a manner so striking and effective as to make it of inestimable value in the campaign for morality. "Every father, every mother should see it in order that they may recognize the cunning pitfalls that are set for the feet of young girls in a great city. Only those of us who have been in the thick of the battle against white slavery can appreciate how great a service to the nation has been rendered by the production of this picture." See it at Nell's Opera House Tuesday. Dec. 5th. t. nevertheless, greater than any I have undertaken. The President daily consumes a great amount of vital energy in meeting persons who present him questions that he must decide promptly and yet wisely, and in resisting pressure from those whose motives are mixed. I aoou came to understand that there is something besides the exercise of mental processes, something besides the investigation of facts and the arrangement of arguments, that can exhaust you physically and mentally, A President will feel as limp as a rag after a long day; yet during that day he may not have done any real intellectual work. Ex President Taft in Youth's Companion. but the strain of the work was, first-clas- n, 5--4t B-- ' COLUMBIA, KY. 4 - rHESAi)AiRf:COUNTY j;- - - tiEftS rrrfniktt " ifiimfi'ir DON'T FAIL TO VISIT OUR o DEMO You .Will TRATION k . Conducted by an Allen's Princess Factory Expert Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 7, 8 and 9th. HOT COFFEE AND BISCUIT SAVE If Below we give you a list of a few of the many Allen's Princess Owners, ask them: W. T. Stubbs D. E. Vance C. M. Durham J. A. Harger 5.00 you buy Your . r Allen's Princess Now. To Visitors During Demonstration FREE Iw . This Range, Like Cut Shown Below with all the Patent Fuel Saving and Other Features rsro"W SB45.00 a Beginning December 10th the Price will be isrow 50.00;K .' I 1 - S4t - r J?.' N """fl I food placed in the warming closet will not dry out, but retains its moisture and freshness. " I m ' " r T&-s- tyj , - J casv t0 c'ean ut, and does notlthrowheat in Vhe face f the cook. . VV behind the warming closet 'is . . t. ,eature ' convenience. It is out of the way. 1 helpine J I &j Learn first hand that all we say is true ask any or all of these, your friends: L. C. Winfrey D. V. Gowdy M. W. Tucker J. C. Miller J. A. Whitney J. W. Kerr r Ten-Gallon 1 I No cracks and corners for dust and crease to I accumulate fc S' W' . iW t: 1 fH zzl2J) aoZZ!?' L' lr'f-'V Wi: - - T. J. Estes W. Kerr Jno. Roberts S. T. Campbell S. Heavy Sectional Fire-Bo- x Linings. The fire back and front lining opposite fire back are made in three sections. Weight, twenty pounds each. I I Cannot warp and will not burn out because of air current behind each piece.' Copper Direct Heating Reservoir. direct contact with the fireT hegtTthe water instantly! Heating the water'does not interfere in tho least with the parts"are enameled oven's baking. All cast-irono rust. n "."i::r..'?i. ' M'SimiM' 'M'J ' J.'Jti'y'7 .iWJItor.JX- f , f'l r1 IHSII A ( j Tne two IarEe cabinets take the place or teal I shelves and nnwirlp n rnnwnipnr ntacc to warm I the dishes and set things f ;77 " J J5sm r 1 s& -- fern T? """" I .'."' H. Moss FT i iters! r 4 J. S. Hedgepeth B. J. Skagg F. H. Shreve J. H. S. D. Caulk Crouch '' ! I JVf. I ASZ1 .s l osy. . vT - Triple walls. The asbestos is held in place by heavy cast Plates- - This saves fuel, holds the heat ins5de and Prevents the body from burning W. R. Hoskins E. A. McKialey .rJ" out. ' AHin:t-nVi1- Dr. J. B. Buchanan Ed Warren "- - if I uj I1 " jfll Easily cleaned out by removing stopper.from' ithe drain tube in the.bottom. N x til i V 4 J. L. Miller F. G. Lewis J. E. Lewis R. L. Marshall W. D. Newberry - ' wz JW.' - jt i ill yj '- T .,,-,- ,' j -- - - r r TVv- i'. gr-'-i- f 'g2y?f-i::::- J I t f "- nt: L I T fWm RliHo . T?r.-- lr ran. V - r-- ; lowered. . v . sc The following Set of Ware will be given with each Range purchased during Demonstration: I 1 not get hot. levatedVsh Pan handle on the outside, Easily cleaned out. - d0e3y"T7! S (g. rJL-ir- - j! YLl Y'V I - - :i ,i3SUlM(5?5StMEt'yi3S g2Ua:-: : "1: nf'I . -- y f Aluminized Ovens. Brieht and cleanly. Tte . Vserves the steel. W IM 1rfl !''' ' I - vn J. M. Sapp G. V. Murray C. E. Cofer Geo. Stults Heavy'sectional top. with ribbed covers and centers,' will not warp and easily repaired. oaMavaK t- -' Iffs; FW 1 "lK " ygg-- vv-- r A z5 sy 11 fff if rTI j JK - v OvenSbottom always level. Made in twoN I pieces, the edges turned downward at right angles I I and securely riveted. This makes it rigid and I 3 11- Iiprevenis warping or 1oucKiinj; 1 1 1 1 Deep Dish Pan No. 30 Lipped Preserving Kettle No. 8 Tea Kettle No. 18 Lipped Sauce Pan No. 3 Milk Pan No. 2 Milk Pan 1 7 qut. N. " J Jv X, 2 Bread Pans 4 4 4 Come and See the Wonderful Allen's Princess Range in Actual Operation. 4 See for Yourself See the Fuel Saving fire-bo- Fire-bo- x 4 Which saves enough fuel to pay for the range. The large, roomy warming closet. x linings. The heavy sectional The ten gallon copper direct heating reservoir. The only range with the pipe clear out of the way and out of sight behind the warming closet. The convenient, large cabinets, in place of the obsolete shelves, where food keeps warm. The adjustable oven slide and aluminized ovens. We only have 20 more of these Ranges left they will all be sold by Dec. 10th, after that we must pay the factory increase and will have to charge $5.00 more on each Range. Orders will be taken during Demonstration for delivery up to December 25th. The superior construction of the Allen's Princess Range, the triple walls, asbesto lined to retain heat around the oven. In fact, see the rangs that has become almost universal in the south where it is made because of its overwhelming superiority. The range that by actual foctory recourse costs only 51 cents pet year for repairs. Come, Join the Throng at Our Demonstration. Make Yourself at Home. We Welcome You. 4 The Buchanan, Lyon k, Inc. CAMPBELLSVILLE, 49"6Q444400$44446 COUNTY ADAIR 44"fr THE 4 444444494Q99444 4fi"Q0946"6"fr j t NEWS TESON a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, Published Every Wednesday - by the Adair County News Company ( subject to the action of the Rupublican primary of 1917. Wc are authorized to announce CLYDE CKENSHAW a candidate for SherifT of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary in August. 1917. Incorporated.) OH AS. S. HARRIS, Editor. For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Kint MontgomDemocratic newspaper devoted to the Jjtterest ery County Judga of Adair counof the City of Columbia and the people of Adair ty, a candidate for subject to the action of the Democratic party and adjolnins counties. in the August primary 1917. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. 'SUB6CRIPTI0N Post-offi- as second Roy. PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. DEC 6, 1916 ANNOUNCEMENT. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce W. B. PAT- - The two little sons of U. L "Antle have been very low with pneumonia fever, but; are some better at this writing. On the 22 of this month the death anRel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs, W. M. Roy and claimed for its own a loving husband and father, Mr. W. M. Hoy, who had been sick only a short time, being a victim of heart trouble. He leaves a wife and 3 children to mourn their loss. lie was liked by all who knew him lie pro fessed faith in Christ something like four years ago, and lias been found at his place in church every meeting since that time and remarked during his illness that he would be glad that Jesus would come at any time. May God comfortthe mother and children and may they feel that their loss on earth is heaven's gain. Samuel Bryant got his hand badly hurt bv a saw near this place, one day recently. Your scribe was vlBiting friends and relatives, near Sano, last Saturday and Sunday. W. II. Conover and family now occupy the late S. A. Epperson's place,, and we welcome our new neighbors. Mrs Johnnie Combest reached home from Iowa in time for the burial of her father, W. M. Eoy, MissTina Blakey visited her parents, at this place, last Friday. Mrs B. O. Ilurt, who has been sick for some time, is able to be up again Danger Signal. EVERYTHING IN you A cough is a danger signal as mucli as a' tire bell. You should no more try to suppress it than to stop a Are bell when it is ringing, but should cure the disease that causes the coughing. This can nearly always be done by taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Many have use it with the most beneficial results. It is especially valuable for the persistent cougli that so often follows a bad cold or an attack of the grip. Mrs. Thomas Andrews, Ind., writes: Beeching, "During the winter my husband takes cold easily and coughs and coughs, j Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the best medicine for breaking up these attacks and j ou cannot get him to take any other.' Obtainable at Paull Adv Drug Co. put out the fire? way with a coug. If the lire bell should rind would run and atop it or go and help to It is much the same ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated 1 CO- - 16 Eaat tiatkef Streei',-Betwee- First and Brook Louisville, Ky. T -- '.. . 4.V,tk- ". . f.r' - tai Glensfork. ADAIR COtJMTY NEWS 3 NEW EPIDEMIC Study Food Values Food provided for the family table deserves the careful thought of every housewife. Do you use thought when buying baking powder? quality of cake, biscuits and all quickly raised flour foods depends largely upon the kind of baking powder used. Ro3'al Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar derived from grapes. It is The farmers of this community are about through with their corn gatherSPREADING FAST ing, and there is an extra good yield. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Jackman is improving slowly. 'Thanksgiving went off quietly in Nothing to Fear, Though, as this neighborhood. Dr. B. J. Bolin has had quiet an adIt Makes Folks Laugh. dition added to his house. He has had a porch all around his house so Al PUTTING IT OFF X . x . .1 M . t. M a g x . M K Te absolutely pure and has proved its excellence for making food of finest quality and wholesomeness lor generations. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum nor phosphate. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York From Texas. Whitewright, Nov. Editor News: As has been quite a while since I have written to the dear old News, and seeing my subscription has past expired, you'll find enclosed' Money Order for 85 00 to pay up and down. So please accept same and put our subscription up. Well, I have been away from old Kentucky 28 years. I have been back there twice on a visit in that time, but we keep up with the times back their through the Adair County News, which is a welcome visipor in our home every week. I am always glad to see where the good people of Sparksville, Gradyville and Breeding have good church services, trying to keen the straight and narrow way from this, old unfriendly world to Heaven. There has heen several of my old friends back there that have crossed the chilly waters of death since we came out here, but by the grace of God I'll meet them again. The grandest news that ever came to me was when the Lord redeemed my soul from sin and I realized my name was written on the Lamb Book of Life, and I say this to all my old friends aud loved ones, humble and serve the Lord supremely above all the world. Ifc another and if we never meet again on earth, we will meet Be kind to one 22, 191G. Lawrence Wilkinson is rebuilding MANY ARE NOW INOCULATED his bam which blew down during the storm last summer Several of the young people of this H. H. Towson, Salesman, Describes How He Caught the Popular "Tanlao section attended the entertainment Smilo," and Relates Suffering He Enat Shiloh and reported a fine time. dured Before He Discovered New Elmore Wilkinson, who has been Method of Relief. down with typhoid fever for fifteen weeks, is slowly improving. It's here. Have you caught it yet? Mr. and Mrs. Lannie Smith moved Nearly everybody, nearly everywhere, to Clinton county, and they are has It It's taking, it's catching. It's greatly missed by all in the neighboreasy to tell who has it The symptoms hood. are a breezy, cheery, happy, healthy, Mr. Green McKinley has gone to hearty, energetic, ambitious look and Russell county visiting relatives. a smHe. It's the "Tanlac Smile." People who Mr. and Mrs. John Kelsey were visiting their grandparents, Mr. and have been relieved of suffering and restored to the full enjoyment of health Mrs. S V. Wilkinson, Thanksgiving. through taking Tanlac have it Several from Glensfork attended Tells How Ho Got It. H. H. Towsou, salesman, 2000 West Third street, Dayton, has the smile. Air. Towson Is a traveling salesman "who "makes" Ohio and Kentucky ter- an oUlce built x. . - s . . S Has been the ruin of as many Eyes as any one thing. There may be the feeling of a slight inconvenience at first. You may think, O' they will be alright in a few days. Don't be deceived, if there is ever an eye defect at all, you should not rest until a COMPETENT OPTOMETRIST has been consulted. You may save yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in time. BRYANT & SHIVELY, Jewelers and Optometrists Campbellsville, Ky. Heights, for $1,000 and has removed weeks aK- to it Mr Bert Epperson has removed house and lot, in Russell Heights, from to the property vacated by Mr. Garri- - his son, Barney Rasner, for $G0O, and son, Mr Epperson having purchased as removed to it. I theT. Mr. G. C. Garrison has purchased ' G. Rasner home, on Bomari 1& irom Mr. J L McLean several Mr- - Rasner bought a where sorrow will never come. As ever, yours truly, W L Mooneyham. For a Short Time. During December and January we will furnish the following papers for the sum named: The Adair County News, one year, The Daily Evening Post, one year, Woman's World, Monthly, oue year, Home Life, Monthly, one year, Home and Farm, one year, Our Beautiful 1917 Caleudar All for $3.G0. Send your subscripSemi-Monthl- y, r Help Nature Do It and catarrh? The effort continues all the time, but in hot weather you catch a fresh cold every day or so, add to the catarrh in your system, and ft. jjoqc you see now ene is working to get rid of your colds T"fc ritory. "I wouldn't have tried Tanlac if I rpcgfccc-z- : -J- hadn't believed it would help me," Mr. WILLARD HOTEL Center & Jefferson Streets 1 Lg3cr Bares2.00 Louisville, Kentucky.! AMERICAN PLAN and $2.50 wilh hot and cold water, Privi lege of I5atli. $3.00 and $3.50 per day; with Private Bath. soon tion at once. Born, to the wife of G. W. Cook, the 29th, ult., a son. Weight, 10 pounds Your digestion suffers, you have trouble with stomach and bowels. Get at the real disease. Clear up catarrh, and the other troubles will disappear. it is chronic systemic. European Plan $I.OO and Up ALL AIEALR COC Local and Long Distance Telephones in all A Block Rooms. A. A. Aid With Peruna d?Hnnai eScf,c,y ln and a half from both Wholesale, and Retail Districts Pc.runa.Js Remedy and found it just as represented in every way. It promptly checked their coughing and cured their colds quicker than anything I ever used.'" Adv Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Cough Medicine for Children. Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsville, N. Y., says: "About live years ago when we were living in Garbutt, N. Y., I doctored two of my children suffering from colds with Chamberlain's Cough r a Pood tonic, with catarrhal up your resistant and at the samea time . !. with more vigor, eive your body a chance to ppt well, and summer will tronf Supply nature not annoy you. The healthy man defies the weather. Peruna has helped make countless thousands well In the last 44 years. Use It vmirspif Tablet form is very convenient for regu lar administration. THE PERUNA CO. COLUMBUS, OHIO D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. H"U0,l"fllonio iCumb- - Main 9141 City 229F WEBB, Asst. Mgr. Rates 50-75- -1 .00 "SAFETY FIRST" H. H. Towson, RXt&Z&A m? Who Tells How He Got the Popular New "Tanlac Smile." Salesman, Hotel Watkins "In the Heart of LouiSville" NG WATER-MODERN TELEPHONES IN ROOMS-RUNNI- CONVENIENCES 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 Carpet and Rug House Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spacious salesrooms have always expressed themselves most favorably about our stocks and prices. The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of Towson said. "But I must say that the results I got from taking Tanlac beat anything I expected. "For two years I suffered. I had a pain like heart-buralmost continually, and my throat would get hot as fire. I had to be mighty careful what I ate, I can tell you. Solid foods would cause pains, and the forming of gas would make me feel as if I had a lump In my stomach. "To top all that I had headaches. I was miserable most of the time. n EUROPEAN PLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and .th Louisville, Ky. Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money LOUISVILLE Main Street Beetween AMERICAN PLAN. (With Meals) HOTEL O ifc Good Linoleum with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer.' Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. Hubbuch Bros. & WcIIcndorff, 522 & 524 W. Market incorporated. St., Louisville, Ky. SSS'TJS rvsesss wxj AIrS&CSVKPV m z ' iyr: . .& . xtuft.15? WIMV -- ". -'-.-.. '$m$&ute:A zzxfx m,V&r?z&DrT. f.T- j ...... axu. J!A fizczzjtm i "I can eat anything I want and not pay in pain afterwards for the pleasure of satisfying my appetite. And there is another thing I notice: I used to tire out quickly now it doesn't matter how much I am on the go I finish strong. And the headaches they are things of the past. "Yes," concluded Mr. Towson, "I surely do recommend Tanlac because it is a great medicine." Heard of Many Helped. "Well, to cut the story short, newspaper after newspaper in town after town had statements of how Tanlac had helped so many different people that I began to take it I got my first bottle of Tanlac in Cleveland. Did it help me? I'll say it helped me. Louisville, Kentucky. The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. Single. $2 00 per day; 2 people, f 2 00 each TSRooms " " 2 50 " " Speople. 2 25 " 50 " 2people. 2 50 Single 3 CO 50 Front Rooms Rooms With Private Bath: Single 3 00 per day; 2 people. 2 75 " 50Rooms Single 3 50 per day; 2 people. 3 00 50 Rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without llatw but with Hot and Cold Running Water. Single.$l 00 per day; 2 people fO 73 each 73Rooms (Without Meals) Single, 1 25 per day; 2 people 100 each 50 Rooms Single. 1 50 per day; "people each 50 Front Rooms Rooms with Private Rath: Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each 50 Rooms Single, 2 00 per day; 2 people lWeacta 50 Rooms th IS THE OLD INN, Louisville, Rooms Without Bath, S1.00 and up. Ky., Cor. 6th and Main Sts. EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY three-block- . " . . "Just What I "Give me cake made with Calumet I know what I'm getting I know it's pure, wholesome, nourishing, tempting and tasty. "It's all in Calumet's wonderful leavening and raising power its absolute purity. Use Calumet for uniform results and economy." Received Hichcst Awards Jtoto Want!" Rooms With Private Bath, $1.50 up. Tanlac, the master medicine and reconstructive tonic, is sold exclusively The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only a in Columbia, Ky.. by walk to the retail district and theaters. PAGE & IIAMILTON. Other exclusive agents in nearby Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. towns are as follows: Crocus, Ky , J. P. Miller & Sons. Gresham. Ky., T. C. Moore & Co. , Coqper. Ky., Coffey Ky. L. G. Wilcox. Waterview, Ky., Thos. M. Allen. Coburg, Ky., C. H. Jarvis Olga, Ky , H. E. Loy. Adv. Bros-Exie- 's 'Xl the Thanksgiving sermon at Pleasant Hill. Miss Elizabeth Strange, who was teaching at Pickett's Chapel, was married to Mr. Jim Shirley, of the Milltown section the 30th of November. Success to both. Mr Dixon is putting down a well at the school house Mr. John Kelsay lost a tine young horse last Sunday. It got its foot hung in a wire fence. Mr O. M. Willis lost a fine cow Monday. Mrs, Etta Wilkinson, who burned her arm some time ago, is no better. Mrs. Tandy Thomas, who has been sick for some time, is improving. Several in this community have killed hogs. Mrs. MoDtra Kbsenbaum and son, Olin, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Young and family, visited at Mr. Bob Taylors, Thanksgiving. You Need a Tonic Ctti Boil Frit Sn Slip In rcuad Can. TAt EBYTHETRVSt Al Birdseve view of our Plant There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking "Largest in Dixie." V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated lip 1 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin faking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Columns, J Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog, WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Cheap and big canBaldngPowders do not saveyou money. Calumetdoes it'sPurc and far superior to sour milk and soda. Good for Constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent for constipation. They are pleasant to take and mild and gentle in effect. Adv Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Has Helped Thousands. , XXILXX L i yci BF iMJ imj npi V i DENTIST rv, ViT..-cr.- 'v-.- y-.t .,,.,. . TH&1ADAIR COUNTY fc'fitfdi e rffifll 22) HENRY W. DEPP, Am permanently located in Co lumbia. AH Classes of Dental work done. Crow d&e and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store THE GHREATEST PICTURE SERMON OF THECHICAGO EX MINER YEAR ASHTON STEVENS " NEXT THE LITTLE DOOR GRL IN" A , AGENTS WANTED For America's Greatest Clothes Proposition. All-Wool A Stirring Photoplay Based -- on the Report of The Illinois Vice Commission. NO CHILDREN ADMITTED Suits and Overcoats $12.50 NO MORE-- NO Best references required. LESS No clothing Tuesday, Nell's Opera House, OOMCEjSTOIlSrG .AT Dec 5. at Night O'CLOCK. TWO SHOWS. G experience necessary. Write Monogram Tailors, 131 East New York St., Indianapolis, Ind. C. C. Hauger, Prop. H. H. Haugher, Mgr ALL SEATS 250. The Invalids Lament. Gradyville. Quite a number of loads of tobacco passed through here this week for Experience still teaches school And claims she can discover Greensburtr. Her smartest Alex's as a rule Corn gathering is about through Have failed in every other. with in this section, Will be conducted by Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist With poisons lurking in each breath Rev Bush, of Columbia, tilled his And every breeze that blows, Eve Specialist regular appointment here last Satur- j day and Sunday of all The lane of life leads unto death Special attention given Diseases Feigned friends are worst of foes All the tobacco has been sold in this Domestic Animals Special Course in Lindscy-WilsoGREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, Then is it true, our exit will section, except a few large crops that 1 mile of town, on Office at Residence, Prove but the cure for death, will be pub on the Louisville market. BooKkeeping, penmanship, letter Jamestown road. And dying are from birth until Nat Walker, of Columbia, spent a writing, and rapid calculation, per We draw our linal breath? few days in this section last week, month Phone 114 G. $500 With nerves on caffein all strung up preparatory for January court. Columbia, Ky. Shorthand, typewriting, pen We're Johnnie on the spot, ONE HUNDRED BEST MADE FARM WAGONS AT PRICES Lamore Simmons and family left us manship, and letter writing, While there's enough sustaining stuff 5.QQ . UNDER COMPETITION. last week for Russell county, where per month Business Phoe 13 P Reriience Phone 13 B In coffee, cup or pot. 82.00 Typewriting they will make their future home. And there's the deadly nicotine, Letter writing and penmanONE HUNDRED BUGGIES TEN DOLLARS LESS THAN Miss Flowers, of Elida, New Mex , N. Pray let us not forget, 75 ship, per montii spent several days here last week, visPRESENT COST. We' ve found good cheerful many a year iting her Pupils in this course will be permitrelatives and friends. DENTIST In pipe and cigarette ted to take arithmetic, Grammar, and Land Rollers, Clod Crushers, Disc Harrows, Cultivators and Plows Miss Ora Moss is calling on her bottle too, Spelling. Office Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g Bring the friends in Columbia this week. have advanced from Fifty to One Hundred per cent. We will save Brim full of blighting booze, up Stairs. Mr. Robert O. Keltner attended we long for ease Rev. J. E. Scott is holding a series you money if you buy now. quiet - Kentucky BeAnd forplease, snooze. Thanksgiving services at Pleasant of meetings at Pleasant View church, Columbia, a quiet Ridge church, near Keltner, last McGaha, this county. The meeting Of all the heart depressants now SHOES Thursday. began on December 4th and will probOr may have ever been Mrs. Bettie Doweli is spending this ably continue for a couple of weeks. We offer Ten Thousand Dollare worth of Shoes at Old Prices, The undertakers faithful friend week with her relatives at East Fork. Salol and Asperine. I keep on nands a full stock of Don't wait 'til next spring to find out how you would have appre- Dr James Taylor, of Columbia, The patent's sick, now step it quick ciated these prices offered now. called in to see us one day last week, coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep And neither halt nor mope, Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and while en route to 6ee some of his 'Tis vain to kick against the prick two hearses. Prompt service night or Clothing has advanced Fifty per cent. We offer One Thousand patients near East Fork. doles the Dope While Doctor day. Residence Phone 29, office Everett Cook, who has been con- phone !)8 Styles. Suits at old prices. Buy now. New When legislatures class their clari fined to his room, in a helpless condi- 45-- 1 yr Let potentate or Pope J F. Triptett, tion, for the six or seven months, is Stand from under understand, Columbia. Ky. An immense stock of dry goods, bought before the advance. At not improving any whatever. UNDERTAKER AND EMBAL.MER For Doc will Dole the Dope. low prices while they last. Ladies Cloaks at low prices. Mr. Jesse Breeding and Mr. Pink The Woman's Christian TemperCOLUMBIA, ICY. He downs disease and baffles death in Coffin or Casket made ready to Corbin, two of the oldest citizens An kld of Sugar, 11 pounds $1.00. Good Coffee, '6 pounds $1.00. 10c. CaluCan with creation cope, ance Union is also Profoundsend out in a few minutes after receiving the Western part of this county, are use to spell the medisin order. No extra charce for hearse. AH kinds of He met Baking Powder, 4 for 25c. in a very critical condition at this Now Doc, he Doles the Dope. ly Impressed. Robes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co time with a complication of troubles. Home Phone 52 A O yonders Doc a diggin, comin in a lope A small lot of Calico at 5c. Like the great North American PigeMrs. Mjrtie Keltner, who has been "The W. C. T. U., Pikeville, Ky , With pop skull primed a plenty very sick for the past week or ten has no regret for standing sponsor for on the last of the species. 1000 yards in the lot sold in 6 and 8 the Dope. Wanted, Wa Inut Kernels Prepared to Dole running low, days, is better at this time the presentation of "The Little Girl Yard Lengths. The ebbing tide is Lucien Thomas, one of our best Next Door," in our city. It fully met while there's life there's hope, But Now nurse for your death dealing farmers will move in a short time to expectations and profoundly impressGood Indigo Blue Overall at $1.00. Will pay 12i cents per Dr. Hindmau's farm, on Big Creek. ed all who witnessed it with its high draughts pound for small pieces, Henry Keltner, who has been living moral purpose." Dear Doctor Dole De Dope. We offer Woven Wire Fence 20 per cent upder market. (Signed) Mrs. Adah B. Crawford. on this farm for a number of years, 14 cts. for large pieces, Dr. J T. Jones, President W C. T U, Will send and article by mail; if not satisfactory can be returned. has bought one of the best farms in Clean Stock. Hutchison, Kan. Nov. 10, 1910. Pikeville, Ky. section of county for the price that Note-T- he Pikeville, Ky., W. C. T. paid. The farm is known as the LewNervous Women. farm. Strictly good land. U. aided the theatre management in is Walker W. T. HODGEN, exselling tickets for the performance of When the nervousness is caused by Henry is another one that knows BOX 232. actly how to make corn and tobacco. "The Little crirl Next Door," so anxconstipation, as is often the case, you will get quick relief by taking ChamQuite a large attendance gathered ious was it that as many people as berlain's Tablets. These tablets also at Union church on last Thursday af- possible see this wonderful picture Office: Russell Bldg. At Nell's Theatre, Tuesday, Deimprove the digestion. Obtainable at ternoon to pay the last tribute of reoldest and best cember 5th Adv spect to one of the Paull Drug Co. Res. Phone No. 1. L. H. Jones citizens of that community. Bro. Polk Salmon. His funeral was preached by Rev. W. C. Christie, of the Methodist church Bro Salmon will not be only missed around the family, circle, but at the church where scarcely ever missed a service. He was a christian in the truest sense. His remains were interred in the Union cemetery before a large audience. n. THE GREAT Farmers Protection Sale Woodson Lewis Beginning November 14 DR. J. MURRELL big-belli- ed 5-t- f. J. B. Jonts I Up-to-da- te t. James Taylor, Columbia, Ky. M. D. Lindsey - Wilson Trainin; A ScSioo tried out the Chevrolet Automobiles, and recommend the Baby Grand as luxurious in all it'3 appointments We have thoroughly Will Answer All Calls. Safe Place to Put Your Children WELL DRILLER I will drill wells in Adair an adjoining counties. See me be Latest imfore contracting. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give me a Call. 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 $300.00. 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 If you have any intention oi buying proposition for at all during the coming season, write us. We will give any information requested. Sub-Agent- s. rooDSOisr its Ap- I. C . YATES - lewis Pikeville, Ky., Registers Married Last Thursday. Mr Jas: C. Shirley, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W Shirley, Milltown, and Miss Eliza Strange, daughter of the late Dr. Went Strange, Glenville, were married by Eld. Z T. Williams, at the latter's home, last Thursday. It is a worthy couple who have many friends. Near the same hour a young man named Bibbs and Miss Ora Davenport, both from Green county, were married at the residence of Rev. O. P. Bush by said minister. They left immediately for their home. DENT-Ar- OTTKICE Dr. James Triplet! OVER PAULL DRUG CO. proval of the Wholesale Character of "The Little Girl Next Door." "Realistic and clean'! declares Rev. J. R. Crawfprd, Leading minister. "The Little Girl Next Door" preach- Columbia, Ky. BE8 FEOHB 38. OBMTICE es a wholesale sermon and will prove a PHON1 valuable Auxiliary to the pulpit and all moral forces wheuever presented. Realistic and clean, yet tremendous in its conviction for the overthrow of a I fc j 1 :HEST . PRICES PAID A Remittance Mailed on x Shipment it Received Dr No Commission to Pay Write for Price Lut Skipping Tags Matriculation and Enrollment, Monday, January 1, This is a Special Term for those who are Preparing to teach. $ , WRITE NOW FOR ROOMS. 1917. nation-wid- e vice. ad 1S56 M. SaM & Sons hmrtmXti EUMal LOUISVILLE, KY. MOSS & CHANDLER, Columbia, Kentucky. Having witnessed the play, I commend it. Notice. (Signed) J. Russell Crawford, Pastor First Presbyterian Church, I have two stray calves at my place, Pikeville, Ky. one red heifer the other a black steer. Nov 10, 1916. them by paying for At Nell's Theatre, Tuesday, De- Owner can havefeed bill this notice and cember 5th. Norman Christie, Columbia, Ky. 'Lazarus & Co., Bowling Green, Mr. S. H. Mitchell, Sheriff of the bought ten or twelve head of mules county, from the 29th of November to here Monday, ranging. In price from the 30th collected at his office in this 8120 to 8200. place, tax money amounting to 125,000. t. 5-t- f. :& ;--' ,.