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My dear Mr. Carroll: We have been moving down near the Greasers this last week and just got both of your letters at once- Well this is a 11 of a country. It is December and warm all day, but cold at night, and the water Is so full of alkiline that soap has absolutely no effect on it. I have used one quarter bar of Ivory soap for a month and still have most of it. Still jou don't get dirty. Wore one shiit a month and then it looked as clean as when I put it on. All there Is disagreeable is the sand in your shoes and pockets all the time. It will work kito the filing of a tooth, but the wind blows it off you one minute and back the next. I bought a fine horse from U S for $170. He is a 1,150 pounder and walks right up on a cannon like it was oats. Can pick up your hat off the ground with him and I Jiave my mounted orderly a boy from Nlcholasvllle.Ky., teaching him to lie down. I have fifteen miles of the Rio Grande to guard, and both banks are covered with small In willows as thick as a cane brake. addition to my four companies of Infantry, I have 75 Cavalrymen and 3 Cavalry officers, who ride the trail through the willows with rifles across their saddle horn keeping the Carran-z- a soldiers back who left Chauhauhau when Villa took it last week, and keeping them from crossing over to the U. S. side. We also search every man, woman and child who crosses the river. Most places you can wade the Rio Grand, only knee deep and about 50 Seventy-Fift- h Anniversary. For School Superintendent. Mr. George Aaron, who is a to-dawell-know- To Be n Married. Personals. suggested by the legislative committee of the last 'legislature, is an abomination in the sight of It clears the way foran immense deficit, and leaves only the owners of real estate and farming land to pay that deficit. It practically releases all cash in banks from taxation. It reduces the tax on whiskey to 40 cents on the hundred dollars of taxable property and relieves it of all other taxation. Whiskey is now taxed at from ten to twelve dollars per barrel; under ttlB proposed law each barrel would be taxed from forty cents to one dollar. Both the e changes in the taxing laws mean a huge deficit in the state revenues -- a deficit that cannot be raised under the new law, except by a tremendous increase in the assessment-valuation of farm lands and city and town lots. It will put in hard lines, and will, if his burdens are increased as they can be, bankrupt every farmer and owner of real estate in The new taxing-pla- n, tax-payer- s. district. In honor of his anniversary two of his daughters, Miss Sallie Baker and Mrs. W. D. Jones prepared a magnmcent dinner, and on Sunday the following friends were with the Judge, having appetites, and who did justice to the most elegant repast: Judge Rol-ll- n Hurt, Judge W. W. Jones, Mr. R F. Paull, Mr. A. G. Todd, Mr J. O. Russell and Mr. J. E Murrell. After dining the afternoon was spent in social converse. xGo to Paull Drug Co, for your toys, dolls, &c. well-sharpene- d X-m- as is not often that you see a man who has reached his seventy-fift- h birthday who is as active as Judge H. O. Baker, of this place, who attainedH that age last Saturday, the 16th. He is active in the practice of his profession, and is daily at his office a gentleman who has the confidence and esteem of the people, not only in his home town, but throughout thisjudi-cia- l It educator, of this county, is ana candinounced in The News date for School Superintendent, subject to the action of the Republican party. Mr. Aaron has been a teacher for sjx or seven years and every school he haa taught perfect satisfaction has been given He is a gentleman who stands high in the community where was reared, and his courhe teous manners have made him county. friends, throughout the He promises to jaake a diligent and efficient officer should lie be nom-.- taated and elected and he invites an investigation of his record as a citizen. He holds a State certificate, an evidence of his qualifications. During the campaigu he hopes to see all the voters, thereby becoming better acquainted. He has been true to the Republican party since he reached his majority. y Invitations have been received at Mrs. L. B. Hurt recently visited this place, to the marriage of Miss relatives in Lebanon. Virginia Briggs noge, Frankfort, to Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Reed spent sevMr. Robert Tate Caldwell, Ashland, eral days of last week in Louisville. Ky. The ceremony will take place at Mr. H. I. Curd, traveling salesman, ',Ingleslde," Frankfort, December 27, out of Louisvslle, was here Thursday. at G o'clock, p. m. s -- Mr. Tobe Hughes, wife The Intended bride is a daughter of ehildren, Quanah, Texas, and three arrived the Mr. and Mrs. Stephen French Hoge first of the week. and is one of the most popular young Dr. S. P. Miller, health officer of-- ' ladles of Frankfort. Adair county, went to Louisville last The inteuded groolh is a sou of Mrs. week to attend a meeting of the State Annie Caldwell, o f Campbellsville. Board of Health. nis father, Mr. Jas. T. Caldwell, who Mr. Cleo Sherrill, of Rbmine, was was a prominent citizen of Taylor Thursday. At present he is county, died some years ago. His here last -well-fille- d, Baptist Social. For Sale. the state. The Times will, from time to time, call attention to other bad points in this astonishing document a document conceived and shapen in iniquity, and that will, as surely as night follows day, throw Kentucky into the republican column if enacted into law. in-ai-n sadThe social held at the Baptise I have a good looking 8 year old, dle and harness gelding for sale. A Church recently was quite a success. The W. M. U. of the church gave a chestnut sorrel, 151 handsA weight "Japanese evening" with an interest 1080 pounds, and sound. Will sell ing program on Japan, followed by. a cheap for I don't need hitn. Garnett Breeding, social hour, and reception for the new ' Amandavillo, Ky. members. iA large crowd attended and enjoyed' a social evening, The The pupils of Miss Alicfc Walker and All owing me accounts for dental feet across. It is the darndest little work will oblige me if they will call mud stream you ever saw. I thought and settle on or before Januaryst. I the Rio Grande was a whopper, but need the money badly. Russell creek is an ocean beside Jt 8 2b Dr. J. N Murrell. However, it makes us mighty close to Judge E. B. Hendricks, a prominent the Mexican for he can tear you opeu lawyer of Brownwood, Texas, has just Iver Johnson with a shot gun or an been appointed Assistant Attorney that close, but it's his "tale" if he General of the State, and entered upon shoots for cur men are just itching to schools, close "" the discharge of his duties jesterday, ' "bear down" on them the 19th. Some years ago Miss Irene I am having some Jasper and Topaz Shooting at Tompkinsville. Yates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. stones cut that I got on the Mesa and Creel Yates, of Grady ville, this counI have six good horse mules that I will send you one for a stick pin. Judge J. C. Carter acted wisely at will sell reasonable. Two years old TeU Mr. Paull that I look like John Tompkinsville last week when a shot ty, weut to Texas to visit relatives this coming spring. The are 14$ and Morgan with my side burns and mus- was fired in the court room while cir- While there she met -- M r. nendricks, W. E. Harris. 15 hands high tache turned foose and when 1 go to cuit court was in session, the bullet then a young lawyer. Their acquaintinspect the posts I take a platoon of striking Wash Carter, brother of the ance soon ripened into love and in due Dead from trie Wound. cavalry behind me, not that I am Judge. He ordered the Sheriff to bar course of time they were married. It of travel-int- r the doors, allow no one to leave the was a happy union, the husband being A Miss Eoberts, seventeen years old, afraid, but there is no use alone when the Reculations call room, ana search every man in tne prosperous from the time ,he coma daughter of Charles Roberts, who menced practicing. Mrs. Hendricks lived near the Dug Hill, this county, for an escort to a Major of 30 mounted building. The search was made by is the youngest sister of Mrs. Geo n. received a gunshot wound last Sunday men besides the staff. That's about the Sheriff and A. A. Huddleston, Nell, this place. oufc of it. State's Attorney. One nan was found week which resulted in her death on all the glory I get We have dug trenches atall the with a pistol, one load, having been We publish two articles in the News Tuesday following. At the time the gun posts and instead of filled drill every fired. He claimed that the shot was this week on the new revenue bill, one girl was shot, her sister had the Trenches" drill accidental, that the pistol went off in is from the Elizabethtown News, the in her hand, and a report says, she was day, we have "To the night, and our men can kis pocket. Another report is that other from the Glasgow Times. We trying to break it, when it fired. The both day and get their the man who iired the shot that struck agree with the article from The Times, load entered the left breast of her sis wake up, put on an overcoat, ready to fire in all direc- Carter made his escape. There ia a but as the opinions are from thinking be ter which resulted in her death at the guns andone minute. mystery about the affair, as the name men, we give them to the public, in above. There are other tions in time stated interesting, but lonesome way of the man whose pistol was fired in order that it may commence to inves reports in regard to the shooting, and It's Mexico within a his pocket has not been given, neither tigate we d resume there will be an invest! off here, with old hundred yards of your tent and all the name of the man who it is said gation. For Rent." your friends so far away. made his escape from the court room. See Paull Drug Co.'s line of useful to be boiled beThe water here has Later: The person who was found The Trabue farm, one tenant house goods. fore drinking to keep you from having with the pistol in his pocket, one load and rooms in the home. Mr. Melvin Blair and family, who stomach trouble. having been fired, is named Wilbur Tillie Trabue. Well, I hae a map to draw before Bedford. removed to Illinois about a year ago, The Tompkinsville paper will close on 'returned last Friday night and will tomorrow, so I will close. Address says that the whole affair is shrouded The Lindsey-Wilso- n I will in mystery. again take up their residence near me here next time you write the 22nd for the holidays. It will Glenville, It is very hard for Adair be here for some time yet. Mr. J D Eubank and family will again open Monday, January 1st, at Give my regards toallandsitsteady leave this week for Cincinnati, Ohio, which time there will be a great incounty people to retain their health in a Western State. There is either in theboat. where they expect to reside. They are flux of pupils. There is room at the Your friend, too much wind, or too much sand, and native Adair county people and leave dormitories for ail who will put in an Thompson Short, again the hot winds are not conducive many relatives and friends who hope appearance. First Infantry, "K. N. G to health. Here, in Adair, where the that prosperity will be with them in A United Statesrecruiting officer broomsedge, sassafras, dogwood, and their new home. Mr. Eubank is a was here last week soliciting young Milltown. Preaching at men grow, and the best of water good business man, and thinks the opmen for the service. Luther Antle, a gushes constantly from the fountains, I will preach at Grady ville on Sat- portunities for him to fight life's bat- son of Mr. Marion Antle, signified his is a mighty good place to live. Mel- urday afternoon and night, Dec 23, tles will be greater in a city. A few vin, your friends welcome you and and Milltownon Saturday morning years ago he made the race for the willingness to join the army, and left with the officer. The examination familyof the 23rd and Sunday morning of Democratic nomination for Assessor point is Louisville. and was defeated by only a few votes. the 24th. Wanted. O. P. Bush. We commend him and his family to For School Superintendent. price. Large, fat hogs, net. Market the newacquaintances they may form, For Sale. GEORGE Moss & Chandler. being worthy of vtheir confidence Wo are authorized ator and representative stand on this issue. If they will not state plainly and clearly their positions then a citizens meeting should be held and these gentlemen called. This is no time to mince words or dally in 'ac tion. The agricultural property of the state and the fate of the Democratic party is in the balance. For Sale. Every should at once make it his business to find out how his sentax-payer following program was given: Scripture reading and prayer Rev. Bush. President's address Mrs. Rowe Duet Mrs Sullivan and Faulkner. Japanese Manners and Customs" Mrs. Page. Violin Solo Mr. Walter Sullivan. "Japanese Religions" Mrs. Bush. Duet Mrs. Reed & Mrs. Russell. Two young ladies can secure board at the home df Mrs Kinnle Murrell from the first of January until the 8-- Mrs. Ray montgoraery will give a music and expression recital in the Graded School Gym Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Come, every body. X-M- as 8-l- buying fur, and had five sacks mother was born and reared in Cowith him. lumbia. Robert is an attorney and is Mrs. W. F. Hancock, who spent a making good, having a very lucrative practice, He is well known in this week with her mother, who is in place and his numerous friends will be feeble health, returned to her home in Louisville Saturday. ready to extend congratulations. Judge Rollin Hurt reached home last Saturday and will remain he're Stanford tounty Court. until the 1st of January, the Kentucky Court of Appeals having adBusiness was brisker here on Mon- journed for the holidays. . Mr. Dick Royse, Mr. Albla Eubank day, December Court Day than has been known for several months. Trad- and Mr. Jo M. Harris, who have been ing among the stock buyers started employed at Toledo, Ohio, reached right off the crack of the bat. They home last Monday afternoon. were here after all kind3 of livestock, Mr. Charles Diddle, who is visiting and nearly every hoof in town chang- here from Logan county, has been a ed hands during the day. . great sufferer for the A Farmers are all feeling good over rising appeared on his right arm and prices they are receiving for their blood poison set up. He is better now products Corn, wheat, hogs, cattle and will come around all right in a have all baen high for some time and few days. now the tobacco market is coming on Dr and Mrs. James Taylor and D5. in such shape that every grower is Taylor's mother, Mrs. Mattie Taylor, wearing broad smiles. Its is already are spending several weeks at East selling higher than known in years, Fork. Dr. Taylor is engaged in windCol. Ike Dunn, versatile booster for ing up his father's unsettled business. the Danville market, reported here They will return to Columbia as soon on Monday that one floor of tobacco as business will admit. sold at Danville last week for 10,000 Higher than any single floor brought Reduced Rates. at any time last season. He says if Reduced rates willjbe given on all the growers will only bring him their crops and not sell in the barns, he railroads for persons desiring to atwill make them all rich. tend the County Road Engineers' About 1,000 head of cattie were at meeting at Bowling Green, Kentucky. the Jones stock yards. Nearly every Rates will be in effect from January one of them was bought during the 16th to 19th, and good until the 21st. day. Very little of the stuff brought Such an arrangement has been made in was extra or classy, but some of it possible through 'the efforts of the sold as high as 7 cents a pound. Six State Road Department, Final deand a half cents was the usual top tails will be given out sonie two weeks figure, however. Mule's and horses before the meeting. were very active all day. Mule buySomething for every body In ers went way up the pikes to meet presents at Paull Drug Go's. incoming farmers who were bringing Attention! Teachers. in hybrids to get off their hands before real badweather sets in. They The Teachers' Pay Checks for Desold all the way up to' $183, according All teachers to quality of the .animal. Army. cember have arrived. horses were in demand and brought up who taught night schools, will please" to $125 It was a big day for the far- report to me at once and they will be mer with something to sell. Interior furnished blanks for reporting to the. State Illiteracy Commission. Journal. Tobias Huffaker, Supt. Street Lights. There are a couple of stray hogs, will weigh about 75 pounds each, one my farm. We are authorized by the City At- white, the other black, at The owner can have same by paying torney, who speaks for the Municipal Board, that a deal has been closed with feed bill and for this notice. J. Z. Conover, Joppa, Ky. "" Mr. G. B. Smith to furnish lights for The basket ball Team of the Cothe town, and for all residents" who lumbia High School and Gradefl- desire to take them. Mr. Smith School left Monday, in company of tracted for his machinery a few e Prof. Sweets and a goodly ago provided tliat he closed a number of rooters, on a weeks tour. The followtract with the City Council. deal was consumated last Friday after- ing appointments have been made: noon. The machinery will be here just Burnside, Tuesday night. as quickly as possible' and in the meanSomerset, Wednesday night. time Mr. Smith will have a crew of Lawrenceb'urg, Thursday night. hands at work putting in the poles Danville, Friday night. past-weekX-m-as 8-- con-da- ys con-Th- - There recently located in Campbellsville a gentleman whom the people of Taylor county will be glad to class We as one of her very bestr citizens. refer to Mr. T. G. Dillon, formerly of Albany, a druggist of long experience, one who has correct habits, straight as a gun barrel in all his dealings, and who will stand for the right on every proposition that lias for Its object the betterment of Campbellsville and Tay lor county. He has opened a drugstore at his new. location, and there is not a doubt but he will grow in popularity as the, dajs come and go. We take pleasure.ln commending him and his family to the good' people of Campbellsville. , as Llndsey-Wilso- n School. I have three No 1 brood mares and esteem. We understand that Eld. Z. T. Wil which I will sell. Two in foal by jack. Notice. T. L. Upton, liams, who went to Louisville, last Glensfork, Ky. week, and was examined by a specAs I have been requested by so report. He many of my customers to keep a got a very favorable ' ialist, the diet he was to subsist upon We want to give our patrons in blacksmith at my shop, I have sewas told Adair county due notice. Many'of for some time, and assured if he fol- them will be in Columbia Monday, the cured as good a smith as can be hired. lowed Instructions he would come first day of January, and we ask those So folks who want horseshoeing, wags around all right in due course of time. who know that they 'are indebted to on and buggy work done" High blood preisure was the occasion this office to call and settle. A large and promptly, call at J.M. Kearnes, Machine Shop. of his visit. amount of the subscriptions due the n Quite a number of our subscribers office are long since due, and we need in- every who received statements of their aoiiar coming 10 us. jricaae The register at the Hancock Hotel responded heed this notice. read Savage hist Friday morning, as debtedness to this office, quick actioa five persons by that name were down, promptly, and for their The Kansas Supreme Court has from Jamestown. , very thankful. Those who we, are bribery to promise a paid are still urged to send held that it is have not Mr. Hollis Smith and Miss Beulah man a position In return for political in a remittance. Rexroat, a prominent couple of Ruswork. You dan exchange your Prest-o-ligsell county, were recently married. Sullivan Bros, will remove their tank at RapidTransit Company's For several weeks our correspondoffice, and save money. The Company barber shop to the room just vacated or We want is a nice ents have been negligent. by George E. Wilson. It also has a llehb delivery truck-fcome regularly. business, place for the the letters to sale. Will sell cheap If sold at once. Columbia, Ky. 7Let this be a sober Christmas. The -- The Deutschland has reached BremE. Wilson has removed his 25th represents the birth of our Sav- er! from New London, Conn , after a, Mr successful voyage of 19 days. stock of goods to the little frame ior and should be kept holy. "building In the porner of the yard Do you know any thing more disThe Supreme Courtof the United where his residence Is located. gusting than to see a man drunk, wag- States 'Will hear the Adamson Jaw test case on January 3rd. President Wilson will make no ging along the streets? change in his Cabinet and etery memTheboys who arfjfoff at school and It has been snowing here, .at interber except Gregory will remain. engaged in otherbusiness, will come vals, since last Thursday. It is now about six Inches deep. I home for the holidays. Sunday will be Christmas Eve. 7-- tf 5-- 4t AARON a candidate for School Superintendent of Adair County, subject to the action o'f the Republican party as expressed at the August 1917 primary. tojinnounce N. M. Tutt transferred to week, fifty-nin- e M. O. first-clas- acres Stevenson, last of land o&th'e farm, known as the J. M. Montgomery farm, for $15 per acre. This land is about one mile from Mr. Stevenson's home 7-- 3t Mr. R A. Waggener, Assessor of Mr. R. LvAUen, who.is a judge of Adair county, had the misfortune to presenta good article of tobacco, has all his meat and ed us vyith a couple of twists, two get his smoke-houssimply delightful. a lot of plunder consumed by fire last years old, that is Thursday night. Loss, several hun, Thanks. is believed that the dred dollars. " Rowe & Hill, automobile dealers building caught from an ash pile close paper. Call to have an ad in the house, the stoves in the dwellyou are contemplatand see them if afterout having e, Mr. A. R. Foley, of near Russell Springs, who has been a victim of inflammatory rheumatism for some time, and Mr. Sherman Wade, of the Long-strecommunity, Russell county, who had a growth upon his face, were conveyed to Louisville, recently, by Dr. J. M. Blair, who turned them over to a specialist. Both parties were treated and favorable reports of their con dition have reached their friends.. In view of the probable need of our poor people it Is requested that the friends who have any clothing they could spare, either . for children or grown people, deliver them .at The First National Bant during the week before Christmas. Any contributions they might be willing to glvo leave also at the bank. A committee from each one of the churches will be appointed to make the distribution. et For Rent. 8-- It to-day- 's ht ing buying a machine. -t G-so- . the ing noon before. These ashes evidently A letter from Mr. Sam Bottom states contained fire, and the wind being that the Greensburg Loose Leaf mar- liigh, the result was as aboye stated. ket is holding strong. The indications R. L. Allen purchased one hundred polnt'to a successful year. and twenty acres of land off C. C. Christmas music and expression re- Hfenson's farm for $3,000. The laim Wednes- is on the Burkesvllle.road, a few miles cital at the Lindsey-Wilsoday night, the 2oih. Every body in- from Columbia, a goqd piece of prop-- . Wilson. vited. erty. Phone or write Mrs. Tom Mann, who lfved near Moss and Chandler. Virgil Epperson's sale billed far- Mlllto wn, died last Tuesday night. Wednesday ,1ihe 20th, has been postFound, a plain gold pin. An, old Read the Paramount Theater ad- poned on account of the bad weather. English. "H." is engraved npon It. ( A later date'wlll be given. Call at this office. vertisement. Big show coming. been-cleane- d '' n House and lot on Burkesville street. Mrs. T. C. Faulkner. Wednednesday, December 27th, the members of Columbia Lodge, No. 96 F. & A. Masons will meet for the purpose of electing officers for the ensu ing year. A full attendance Is desired by the Mastery Mrs. Z. T. Williams will make the Christmas talk at the Christian church next Sunday morning, Wanted:-AcookatLlndsey j Sb THfeAbAlR COtitfT --l THE-ADAIR JtfMS GOUHtY BY THE HEWS i Published Every Wednesday, 1 :si ;H?B3 F' y lii F m WILLARD HOTEL Center & tTeffefson Streets . Adair County News ' Compair wn i.- - m 7 ( Incorporated.) to? & OHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. fc1 fs r r:': Louisville, . - Kentucky. AMERICAN PLAN' Bares $2.00 and $2.50 with $3.00 and.$3.50 per day hot and cold vater, Privi- virh Private Bath, logo of Bath. European Plan gft.OO and Up --v -- Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest ctf the City of Columbia and the people of AcQjir 2 Md adjoining counties. Entered at the Colombia c!a mall matter. Post-offi- ce ' KW immiiitmr AXiL JVLELAX.R SOC " R-Oo- " " as second 7 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. J)EC 20, 1916 m wsN .V eM w Local and Long Distance Telephones in all NV 0 y yt,,u' y r" A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. ' L D. R. LINDSAY, Mgrv A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. ( """ ANNOUNCEMENTS. " More in the cooking than in the cook," EVERYTHING IN For Sheriff. "We , are authorized to announce CLYDE CRENSHAW a candidate for Sheriff, of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary in August. 1917. N We are authorized to announce W. B. a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, PAT-TESO- in thf tnhlp with a smile on your face. Meals on time cooked to a turn just right Clc -- ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. . subject to the action of the Rupublican primary ofWIY. This Range will be a delight in every home, because it more than hefos. And there's no stiffling heat in a Princess kitchen. Also Elhvood and American Fence. For County Judge. We are authorized to announce ALLEN COPPER-BEARIN- G IRON RANGES' Eint Montgomy. ery a candidate for County Judge of Adair coun-"tsubject to the action of the Democratic party in the August primary 1917. GflRlVTMAS iron. They last longer. Maintain even temperaAre made of things will look before the oven door is opened. I hey reture. You know how tain heat and use less fuel. Reservoir joins the fire box. instant hot water. copper-bearin- g Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 CO- - GREETING. m and discharge --their public duties. gotten colder. Mrs. Gowen is also in The "public-bdamned" business is poor health, bothered with her lungs. done for on both sides of the line in Dr. James Taylor and family, of Co Railroad unions, like railroad cor- railroad operation New York World. lumbia, passed through here last week porations, are affected with a public interest. Constipation Causes Bad Skin. en route to East Pork where he will spend a few weeks winding up his faAfter a long and bitter struggle, A dulLand pimply skin'is due to a ther's estate, that principle was definitely estab- sluggish bovvel movement. Correct Mack Coomer, our noted tobacco lished as relating to railroad corpora- this conditioned clear your complexbuyer, has bought a nice lot of the tions It has never been established ion with Dr. King's New Life Pille. weed, which will prize and ship to as relating to railroad unions, and the This mild laxative taken at bedtime Louisville. he President again asked that it be es will assure you a full, free, tablished. The protracted meeting, conducted movement in the morning. Drive In his address to Congress yester- out the dull, listless feeling resulting by Revs. Ferrell, Rowe, and Chapman, day urging the completion of the rail- from overloaded intestines and slug- was successful. Several conversions road programme partly adopted in gish liver Get a bottle today. At and some additions to the church. The the enactment of the Paull Drug Co , 25c Adv church was greatly revived. Tiie President Wilson draws a clear church donated a nice sum to each distinction between the railroad em- Warning to Buyers of Baled Hay. one, apd especially to Bro. Ferrill, ployees as an individual and railroad who did all the preaching. Bro. Fer employee in combination. Nobody rill certainly is a consecrated man, out The department is investigating the to work for the Lord and bring the proposes that the railroad employee as an individual shall be denied the practice of some shippers of hay ve- world to Christ. Bros Rowe and Fer right to leave his employment What neering or facing the bales Veneer rill are now at Melson's Ridge holding the President asks is that 'the con- ing consists in feeding to the baling meeting. Would say to any one who certed action of powerful bodies of machine an occasional forkful of hay is in reach of that plaCe, don't fail to men shall not be permitted to stop that ia of higher grade than the bulk attend. You certainly will enjoy the the industrial processes of the Nation, of the lot being baled and manipulat services. Bro Rowe is also out for at any rate before the Nation shall ing the forkful in such a way that the the cause of Christ, and is a devoted have had an opportunity to acquaint high grade hay covers 'the outside of worker to get souls saved. itself with the merits of the case as the bale, making the bale appear, to between employee and employer." . contain better hay than it actually Nervous Women. That is a power that Government does contain. The National Hay Association, has requested the departlegal-righ- t to lias both a moral and a When the nervousness is caused ty exercise. Last summer the American ment to cooperate with it in trying constipation, as Is often the case, jou people were suddenly confronted with to eliminate this practice, believed to will get quick relief by taking a crises which threatened the com- be dishonest. Buyers of baled hay Tablets These tablets a 'so plete paralysis of commerce and in- are warned to be on the lookout for improve the digestion. Obtainable at dustry. There were nc legal author- this practice in order to avoid accept- Paull Drug Co. " Adv ity that could compel a full inquiry ing on a cursory examination a lower grade of hay than they intend to pup Germany has made overtures for into the facts of the controversy. So chase. Roy. peace, not specifying terms. It seems far as the rights of 100.000,000 people to be the general opinion that Great were concerned, the railroads and Good for Constipation. Hogs continue to die in this section, . Brftainwill not accept. She would their employees were free to plunge the country into an industrial civil There will be a singing at White probably enter into negotiations if Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent Germany would submit so the estab- war and continue the conflict until for constipation. They are pleasant Oak church, Sunday evening, December 24. Everybody invited to attend. lishment of a republican form of gov- one side or the other exhausted. mild and It was then that President Wilson to take and at Paull-Dru- g gentle in effect. G. R. ernment for her people. Co. Obtainable Adv Redmon, our merchant, is suggested legislative remedies to having a new dwelling erected on his meet the situaticn. The strike was A writer on the Louisville Times averted by the Basil. farm, near Freedom church. says that Hon. L. T. Neat will likely but the danger remained and a new fc'elix Simmons is on the sick list at be a candidate for the State Senate crisis may aiise at any time. this writing. Miss Ora. Yatberry is real sick with Mr. Neat does . from the 16th district. In again insisting that there shall A. J.'Vireand wife were visiting ' . 16th district, but in be neither strikes nor lockouts in the scarlet fever. .not live in the friends and relatives in this section Most all the tobacco Ju this comttie 19th, composed of the counties operation of rajlroads until there 'can otAdair, Barren and Metcalfe. It is be a full public investigation into the munity has been delivered at fair recently. Rev. Owen Lee aud wife were visitDemocratic. merits of the dispute, President Wil- prices ing the latter's father at this place Mrs. Irene Nelson and children,jof son is redeeming the pledge that he Thanksgiving made to the people last summer. The Curran, 111., are visiting, her parents The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. duty of Congress is too plain to be at this place. Charlie Evans died Dec. the 11th, a shirked, and while many labor leaders Mr. Clinton Moss and family, of Bowling Green: Harry E. Dicker have expressed their opposition to the HUburn, III., have arrivedln this com- victim of croup. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McQueary were 'Son, of Glasgowj formerly postofflce proposed legislation, It is a short- munity to make it their future home. visiting the latter's brother atthis -- Iclerk, pleaded guilty yesterday in sighted opposition that runs paralelled Mr. Herschel Firkin bought Mr. United States Federal Court to the to the old railroad opposition to all Wood Collins' farm for 8250. Mr. Col- place, .Mr. T. B. Fitch, last Saturday night. charge of embezzling registered pack- - forms of restraining legislation in the lins has moved to Barren county. was given one year and a public interest. 'ages. He Our school is progressing nicely with Organized labor, in the long run, 'day in the Federal prison at Atlanta. For a Short Time. Miss Ruth Holladavvas teacher. There 'Heasoneof the prominent young has nothing to lose by making itself are 16 of the little folks, who have responsible, nor can it succecssfully During December and January we men in Barren county. gone every day. Think that fine for a defy the power of Congress to reguwill furnish the following papers for Paris. A live tarantula, which hop late interstate commerce. The rail- country school. the sum named: out of a bunch of bananas, created roads once thought they could, but all BilLCoomer, who has been in bad The Adair County News, oneyear, . In the grocery store P. their money and all their iniiuence health for some time, doesn't improve The Daily Evening Pqst, one" year, Ooolc ,& Co., yesterday. Thestore proved unavailing. They' were com-- , much. He has a'complicatlon of disWoman's Wbrld,Monthlyi one year, was filled with holiday shoppers, who pelled to recognizethe rights of the eases, Home Life, Monthly, one year, C. P. 'Coomer made a business trip ;npeetf boxes and barrels in their rush public, and there are now few railHome and Farm, street The Tarantula, an ex-- road investors or managers who would ,to Cane Valley last week. vfoc th one year, 'oeftkraally large one, showed fight, return to the old anarchistic order. Our Beautiful 1917 Calendar. A. J. Gowen, who was In very bad was finally dispatched by a blow The railroad unions likewise must health through the summer, is conAll for?3.6Q. Send your subscripof a clerk. accept their public responsibilities siderably belter since the weather has tion at once. .'freea a1 broom in No More To the readers of The News, at home and abroad, we send greetings, trusting that each patron may have a imost enjoyable time during the holiday season. The newspaper fraternity has experienced buj little comfort during year 1916 for the reason that material has been so high but little has comt to the publisher, yet we are fairly well Qontented with conditions, hoping that a brighter outlook will make its appearance in a few months. Blank paper, upon which The News is printdoled, six months ago cost fifty-fou- r lars a ton, in Louisville. At this time we are paying $130 per ton in the same market, and it may go higher before the drop comes. There has been a raise in all other print paper at the same ratio. On account of the high prices many county weeklies have suspended, thetoll being more than they could well carry, and many have raised the subscription price $1 50 per year. The News did not raise its subscrip- - fcion, but reduced it's size in order to save paper, but at the same time we are furnishing about the same amount of reading matter, using smaller type. The change of size is only temporary, as it is our intention, as soon as the " cost of material comes down, to return to the six coum'n, eight page paper. We are doing every thing in our power to please under the present conditions, and we believe our readers, that a large majority of them, will continue with the publication. There is a move now on foot to reduce the price of blank paper, and 'every publisher in Kentucky is watching it closely,, and when it comes it will be "hats off" to those who busied ,'themselves to bring about the reduc tion. We will do our best to furnish a readable paper during the year 1917, and in order to assist us in so doing we ask every one who is behind on our books to call or send in a "remittance, as ready money is the most needful thing here at this time. Write for our little booklet describing the pipe behind the warming closet, the triple bottom, the open warming closets, heat regulation, oven peculiarities and other patented points found only in a PRINCESS. studious range building and are real home builders. We omit nothing in workmanship or materials that could render them more " efficient, economical or durable. These ranges are the result ot" 20 years of 16 Eaat Mathet Mreei" Between Tirst-an- d Brook Louisville. Ky. " II "Ask the cook The Buchanan Lyon Company, Incorporated cTm- - I'M Allen Manufacturing Company, Nashville', Tenn. We have always demonstrated to the readersof the Adair County Newd that we compete most successfully with the offerings of any catalogue house. Indeed in most instances iur qualities are far superior and have cost no more that the inferior kind. Our store is known as the representative Railroad Anarchy. e Carpet and Hug House Oi the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spacious salesrooms have always expressed themselves most favor- ably about our stocks and prices. The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of Good nomical buyer. Linoleum eco- with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the non-gripin- g Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorf f. incorporated. 522 & 524 W. Market St. , Eight-Hour-La- Louisville, Ky. i Cham-berlain'- js -- Birdseve view ot our Plant "Largest in Dixie." Eight-Hour-DayLa- V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated -- . Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets. Etc. Write for our Catalog Windows, nHAMr.lComb. Main 9141 Cify 229I Rafes50-75-I.0- 0 -- -- WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, "SAFETY FIRST" I - -- Hotel Watkins "In the Heart of LouiSvilfo" NG -- TELEPHONES IN ROOMS-RUNNI- WATER-MODE- RN CONVENIENCES ft' rinle 'ie . EUROPEAN PLAN of-C- Chestnut Beh 4th and sth Tastamp out the foot and mouth V disease among cattle last year cost the United Srffe government f . Louisville Ky. King Constantino of Greece has given notice that'be. will join the Central Powers in the war agaiset the broke off Entente Allies if r diplomatic relatione with hJi court. the-latte- -- Semi-Monthl- y, -- -- toe-han- I H ADAiR COTJNTY NEWS l I t 3 I t : : HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Co . Kentucky -- Where She Stands. The New Revenue Bill. be- PRETTY WOMAN TELLS SECRETE Reveals How She Won Sparc-lin- g Let's put "Kentucky where she "flne-horses-prettwomeu-good-whiske- longs. There has been too much of lufhbia. All Classes of Dental work done. Crow rfge and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed this Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store talk for the good of the State. Even a great majority of we Kentuckians don't know how high our other Commonwealth ranks with States Here are" a 'few facts that possibly you didn't know: Kentucky has the largest white pop ulation of any State south ofthe Ohio river. e Seventy-livper cent of its population is rural. For America's Greatest Clothes There are more people in Kentucky AGENTS WANTED Proposition.. All-Wo- ol Suits and Overcoats $12.50 NO MORE-- NO Best references required. LESS No clothing experience necessary. Write Monogram Tailors, 131 East New York St, Indianapolis, Ind. C. C. Hauger, Prop. H. H. Haughcr, Mgr L. H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones Eye Specialist. Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. Phone 114 G. Columbia, Ky. ttddence Phone 13 B Buitness Phoe 18 fi DR. J. " N. MURRELL DENTIST up Stairs. Office. Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g Columbia, - Kentucky J". B. Jojstils W V 1 jfF vRVwPyivvJ vNf ly r7JYCj nKDGRTAEGR AJJD I2M3JAr.XIErt -- worth $5,000 and over, and more witli incomes of 32.500 per vear and over than in any State in the South. Kentucky leads ail States in" the Union in thoroughbred horses, in tobacco, hemp and sorghum cane. Our tobacco crop in 1915 was 360,000,000 d of the pounds, more than crop of America total Kentucky-ran- ks fifth in the production of coal. Kentucky is the tenth State in the' production of corn, showing last year a yield of over 115,000,-00bushels. There are nearly 15,000,000 bearing fruit trees in Kentucky, and last year Kentucky was the seventh State in th Union in the productiorTbf apples our crop being 12,500,000 worth to the producer seventy on e'eents per bushel. There are more registered Jersey cattle in Shelby county, Ky 7' than in any county in any "State in America. The value of farm property in Kentucky is over 8800,000,000, being larger than that of any other State in the South Among the States south of the Ohio river Kentucky leads in the production of dairy and beef cattle, horses, poultry, sheep and wool. It leads also in corn, wheat and tobacco, and comes second in hay and potatoes. There are more silos in Kentucky than in all the other States of the Central South put together. In 1914 there were registered in Kentucky only 8,750 automobiles. Today the registration is over 30.000. There were twenty-twStates in the Union last year that produced farai products valued at over Kentucky was one of these. Kentucky leads all States of the South, in its total poultry products, that is, eggs and fowls. Kentucky also leads the South in the purchase and use of farm implements and machinery. News. one-thir0 -- The new revenue bill, prepared by the State Tax Commission and given to the public on Monday, is a measure that will raise sufficient money to meetrall the expenses of the State and in a few years will furnish sufficient funds, to retire the present deficit. The measure, in addition to meeting demands of the State, increases by more than a million dollars annually the revenues of the state, without any unjust or unfair burdens upon any class of property. It decreases the rate on real aDd personal property from 55 cents on the hundred dollars to 40 cents on the hundred dollars and provides fcr a more equitable assessment so that this character of property -- will yield as much or more revenue than the state is now receiving from the highest rate. The placjng of the same rate on intangible property to the state and releasing it from county and municipal taxes is the principal revenue producing feature of the measure. It will will lead to the voluntary assessment """ 'te kind of property in the will increase the taxes this source from about 8100,000 to J$1,000,000. The penalties are made so severe for the failure to list this character of property that it makes ii a financial blunder upon the part of the owner not to list. The tax of ten cents on bank deposits will also be a great teveuue producer, without any hardship, as the banks in the most cases will elect to pay them trusting the large addition in deposits because they are free from individual taxes for cash on hand to largely increase their deposits so that in most cases it will be a .money making proposition to them. The News has r9asou to feel good over the bill as framed by the Tax Commission, as it is written along the lines and embraces fundamentally for which we have contended in discussing this vital questhe-pressing PUTTING IT OFF Eyes and Rosy Cheeks. "TANUC DID IT" SHE SAYS Mrs. Lewis O. Starr, of Cleveland, Confides to Admiring Friend3 How She Got Healthy Color Back "How Well You Are Looking", They Exclaim. Cheerful end Happy? Too. If you suffer from nervousness so badly that you can't sleep o' nights; If your complexion is pale and muddy, your eyes have dark rings under them and life hardly seems worth living 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 atall, 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. -- tion We can, of course, see uo reason why the nress of the State should not o most heartily approve the measure. With public sentiment behind it, an extra sessioifof the Legislature would undoubtedly adopt it News. E-To- $100,-000,00- 0, Sloan's Liniment Eases Pain. Sloan's Liniment is first thought of mothers for bumps, bruises and sprains that are continually happening to children It quickly penetrates and soothes without rubbing. Cleaner and more effective than mussy plasters or ointments. For rheumatic aches, neuralgia pain and that grippy soreness after colds, Sloan's Liniment gives prompt relief. Have a bottle handy for bruises, strains, spraines and all external pain. For the thousands whose work calls them outdoors, the pains and aches following exposure are relieved by Sloan's Liniment. At Paull Drug Co., 25c. Adv War Horse Business? -E--Town COLUMBIA, IC5T. Any kind of Cofen or Casket made ready to If the fire bell should rind would send out In a few minutes after receiving you run and stop it or go and help to order. No extra charffe for hearse. AH kinds of put out the fire? is much the same Eobea on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co way with a coug. A cough is a danHome Phono 52 A Danger Signal. It Wanted, Walnut Kernels Will pay 12h cents per pound for small pieces, 14 cts.for large pieces, Clean Stock. James Taylor, horses amounted to 669,877 head val- tremble. t ued at $142,850,219; and the number of "1 tried many remedies and kinds of mules exported was 189,840 head, val- treatment until one day a woman W. T.. HODQEN, Chamberlain'sCough JRemedy is the ued at 37, 271,263. Thus up to that friend persuaded me to try this Taniac. best medicine fpr breaking up these fcime the total value of this trade was BOX 232. Relief Came at Once. attacks and jou cannot get him to $180, 211,482. This means that about "Within a week I began to feel betCAMPBELLSVILLE, KY. take any other' Obtainable at Paull one from every thirty head of farm ter. The dizzy spells left me and I ' Drug Co. Adv horses has been exported. It means slept better. I foujjd that in the morn.. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Gor. 6th and Main Sfs. i ..j. .in it i au average sum oir auouu qszu to ings I would awake 'feeling cheerful Office: Russell Bldg. inae appeSeeking a Vindication. $25 has been added to the cash income and happy, and with a hearty jnujbuxpjKAOsr iiAJsr tite for breakfast. Color came back Res. Phone No. I. of each farmer of the United States into my cheeks and my friends began Rooms With Private Bath. $1.50 up. Rooms Without Bath1 $1.00 and up. through the sale of these horses. to speak of how: well I looked. The Louisville Hotel and the Od Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only athree-bloc"Uncle Bill" Allen, of Clinton coun"Today I suffer no more from nervwalk to the retail district and theaters. M. ty, the unique figure in the last Legousness anjl everything in life seems was unseated as Repreislature who brighter. Tho tlaj 1 first heard of Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. sentative, has already started, it is 11 Taniac was the luckiest one of my Columbia, Ky. life." said, after a vindication in the shape of a return to Frankfort as a State tfZr A' XSJ CT THE FIRST STEP Will Answer All Calls. Taniac, the master medicine and reSenator from the Sixteenth district, m) in..' m i constructive tonic, is sold exclusively which includes Clinton, Wayne, CumUsually the first indication of a in Columbia, Ky., by lowering of health is found in the berland, Russell and Monroe counties. PAGE & HAMILTON. liver. Something goes bowels and "Uncle Bill" will seek the Republiwrong we eat too much; or work can nomination for the senatorship, Other exclusive agents in nearby too hard and the- - bowel action which in that district is equivalent to towns are as follows: says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in weakens or the liver is sluggish. I will drill wells in Adair an election. As a campaigner "Upcle Crocus, Ky., J. P. Miller &rSons. writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's That hdavy feeling on arising in T. C. Moore & Co. Gresham, Ky., tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use the morning, dryness of the" adjoining counties. See me be Bill" is in a class by himself. Louis, Cooper, Ky., Coffey ville Times. Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I throat, with bad taste, a slight Latest imheadache, dull eyes all show that fore contracting. Ky. L. G. Wilcox. thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able food has fermented in the intesWaterview, Ky , Thos. M. Allen. to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles Cough Medicine for Children. proved machinery of all kinds. tines, and that the 'body is manCoburg, Ky., C. H. Jjarvis.' of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon ufacturing poisons instead of Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsyille, N. Y., Olga, Ky., H. .E. Loy. gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, Adv. Dorife. Give Pump Repairing good blood. v says: "About five years ago when we as well as run a big water mill. Clear it all out. Give the were living in Garbutt, N. Y., I docI wish every suffering woman would give stomach and bowels a fresh start, Call. me a The campaign of five weeks in tncourage the liver to go to tored two of my children suffering Louisville to increase the memberwork. Manalin does all of this, from colds with Chamberlain's Cough without griping or weakening: ship of the Men's Bible classes resultC. YATES Remedy and found it just as representIt's the ideal laxative and liver ed in .adding 100 per cent,, bringing ed in every way. It promptly checked tonic, because it follows Nature's the total roll up to more than 6,000. plan, witheut discomfort, inflamtheir coughing and cured their colds mation or forming a habit. Conquicker than any thing I ever used.', stipation may be overcome with Neglected Colds Grow Worse. Obtainable at Faull Drug Co. Adv its use. -- ger signal as much as a fire bell. Tou should no more try to suppress it than to stop a fire bell when it is ringing, but should cure the disease that causes the coughing. This cau nearly always be done by taking Chamberlain'sCough Remedy. Many have use it with the results. It is especially valuable for the persistent cough that so often follows a bad cold or an attack of the grip. Mrs. Thomas Beechlng, Andrews, Ind., writes: "During the winter my husband takes cold easily and coughs and.cojughs most-beneficial ling eyes, restful sleep at night, boundyears. I thank God that peace and Interesting Subjects. ing red blood and perfect health-J- ust plenty prevail over the nation take"'"Tanlac." X This is the advice of Mrs. Florence Some of the most' practical railroad Starr, of 17S9, East 68th st, Cleveland. Butter has declined three cents in She is a charming young matron, wife companies of the "East and West have C. Starr, of the Itobblns Con- - agreed to appeal to the courts against Louisville under the boycott and is .of Lewis the Adamson 8 hour law. They claim now'at 40 cents a pound. 9SK&&KE that Congress went beyond its proper Stop That Cough. "police powers" to pass this law. are "common carriers." The railroads A. hacking cough weakens the whole and can be regulated almost any way system, drains your energy and gets tha government may deem proper. If worse if neglected; your throat is raw, Congress' can tell the railroads how your chest aches and you feel sore all much they shall charge for carrying over. Relieve that cold at once with passengers and freight, and how many Dr. King's JJew Discovery. The soothmen shall, be employed to run a train, ing pine balsam heal the irritated and wharkind of cars and vhat kind membranes, and the antiseptic and of brakes shall be used, and what kind laxative qualities kill the germs and of heating apparatus shall warm the break up your cold. Don't let the cold cars, and how much profit tile roads linger. GetDr King's New Discovery shall be allowed to earn, one would today at'Paull Drug Co. 25c. Adv think, that Congress could also fix the hours of labor and rate of 'pay. Either Ashland or Louisville has a The child labor law has been anoth- most excellent prospect of securing er disputed subject. Regardless of the SlljOCO.OOO government armor politics, Presidents up to Wilson, had plate plant. allowed our children to walk the streets hungry and dirty, without The tense Greek situation is likely food and clothing. They can now be to be solved by the removal of King taken care of in the orphan home. Constantino from the throne by the We are glad our President means to Entente Allies. let our children grow up educated and robust. "May God bless him." Preparedness is another great subject which is confronting the nation I am a believer in preparedness. It is an accomplished fact that Mr. Wilson MRS. LEWIS C. STARR, Who Attributes Rosy Cheeks to Taniac. has done more-fothe American army OVER PA.XJU-- , DRUG CO. veylng-Be- lt Co. Mrs. Starr Is a living in hardly 4 years than the Republican party has in 40 years. He has also picture of the value of her advice. Columbia, Ky. done more for our navy in 2 years than Restored to Health. Mrs. Starr says that TanTac has done Mr. Taftand Col. Roosevelt did in 11 RE8 PHONE SB. OFFICE FBOtn more for her health than any remedy she ever tried before. She said: "I consider the day I heard of Tan-la- c Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money- the luckiest one of my life. I never knew before how much good a medicine eould do in such, a short time. "I was all run down. I suffered from dizzy spells and sometimes a kind of falling sensation. rvloln. Street Beetween 6 & 7th to-da- 'An-dyou want rosy clieeKs, clear, sparkIf Dr. James Triplett r -- LOUISVILLE HOTEL. Could Get No Rest. AMERICAN "I would toss and roll all night and So far since the war began two years seemed to get no rest from my fitful ago the exports of horses and mules sleep. My appetite was Indifferent; no have reached a total value of about matter how attractive a meal I would sit down to, my stomach seemed to $200,000,000. During the twenty-threturn against It Immediately. I was so montlis for which accurate figures are nervous slamming of a that even at hand to August 1, 1916, exports of door would upset tho and make me me e Louisville, Kentucky. The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan PLAN. Booem Without Bath hut with Hot ana Cold Running Water. Meals) Single. $2 00 per day: 2 people. J2 OOeach (With 75Rooms " " 50 2 50 " " Speople, 2 23 " : Single 3 CO " " 2people. 2 60 " SOFrontRooms Eooms'.wtth Private Bath: Single 3 00 per day; 2 people. 2 75 " EORooms . EO Rooms .V Single 3 50 per day; 2 people, 3 00 EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Batw but with Hot and Cold Running Water. 75 Rooms ....Single, ft 00 per day; 2 people fO 75 each (Without Meals) Single, 1 23 per day; 2 people 1 OOeach 50 Rooms Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each 50 Front Rooms Rooms with Private Bath: Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each 50 Rooms Single. 2 00 per day; 3 people 1 SOeaci 50 Eoom3 -- . x. only k' D. wffnufwUmiMlm mf m 5y m - WELL DRILLER It Always Helps Bros-Exie- ti J. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut vkAA, v r&ST PRICES PAID y About 1,000 persons were killed by an explosion in a Russian am muni Won The lets 1 1 Liquid org taDiet form. ReHUee $4ueet U3ed OB U KecMred DT - plant. - Kt Writ f Prf ons to Pay fcOUttVHXE, KY. own fremedy will soothe' Good Reading. and relieve the 'irrigation, breathing antiseptic pro f will b easier, and ThoPnaCe rm which re"T. Jones will send his book of will kill prieties Dr. J. Cohtmbu; O. W healing. HaVit handy for Prose and Verse, by mall, 90 pieces in tarded croup, sore throat and chronic bron to anyone sending him a Postal Money lwtte,-to-day- . for 25 cents" to Gleoiferk;, Ky. Order The Baptist church at Mt, Sterling, chtal affections. Get a Theyareou-wdwa- t The News office completed at a cost of $32,000, wag Plwwwtta taUe. AtPaulLCo., 25c. . , Adv also. dedioaUd Sunday. m k o edndy. Children like them, they are safe. 10 aad 25 cents. taste Tab- and A coagh that racks and irritates the throat may lead to a serious- chronic cough, if neglected. The4iealirig pine balsams in Dr. Bell'sPine Tar Honey-Natu- re's -- re a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headacher backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. rl (() 11 () ISJ Get a Bottle Today! (AJ JJI Mf lJ KS3 CMJ (! f m I jri'TBhiwmrViwjMtrJM .,. vy.vc-y?p Haw. Miitfiii.'iticilLiMiaMWl';niaBaii?Vwiai ji. fii.i iifirr iiiln MMMMtMa'Wn iMiT'-T-i- && qMrng?v..- - ;,,vJ!lS A6a$ 66flM new! - hYTiwut r rtfiBiV 7Sitnit tfiag-tiT-V- A ;naiMsaBM.. y Jb iiL jr , 3L Dec. V Thursday, Dec. ' 21, ' Special Juletibe Bttr action - America's Best Loved Star THURSDAY EVENING-and Grand Opera Star DEC. 28 IN Saturday, 23, The Charming w I Blanche l&ng In Presents the World's Greatest Soprano JESSE L. LASKY "CARMEN" A . Hazel Dawn In "THE YANKEE GIRL" GERALDINE) FARRAR SCREEEST KRODTTCTIOJST-OF "THE MASQUERADERS " "CARMEN" EVER SEElf. Realistic Production of 'One Of 1 THE GREATEST Morosco's Best Productions. Special Music From The Opera Two Performances 6:30 and 8: DwftrxiitJP v Admission 10c. The Great Dramatic Success. V" acres timber land, near Webbs X Roads, Russell County, on Dixie Highway. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. saw timber. Price $1,200 miles from Columbia 7 33 acres bottom, balance fresh acres room box house, well w land. Four tered. Price $830. Three houses, 7, 0, and 5 rooms, acre lots, good wells, in the town of Columbia, west of Graded School. Price 1,200 each. 96 acres of limestone land, goodf spring, 6 room box house, good barns, j 9 miles N. W. Columbia. $1150. 175 first-clas- s r Special Course in Lindsey-Wilson- .' ?a? Foxes Wanted $2.50 to $4.00 Each. GAMPBELLSVILLE. KY. N. M. Tutt G. R. Reed TUTT & REED HKATj Bookkeeping, penmanship, letter; writing, and rapid calculation, perj .month $ 500 Shorthand, typewriting, pen- j manship, and letter writing, per month $5.00j Typewriting $2.00 ; Letter writing and penman- m,i ship, per month Pupils in this course will be permitted to take arithmetic. Grammar, and Spelling. 5-t- f. W. T. HODGEN. box 232. keep on nands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt flervice night or day. Residence Phone 29, office I Price $665 f. o. b.lYlichigan. I phone 98. DEALERS estate Administrator's Notice. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, COLUMBIA, KY. Gradyville. The first snow of the season is with us. Stroner Hill, .Offer the following Property for Sale: Columbia, Ky. All persons owing the estate of the late Dr B. F. Taylor, bv note or acThe equalizers for the town of Cocount, are hereby notified to call at lumbia raised the property holders my office and settle. The business of about fifty thousand dollars the estate must be closed in the next few months. James Taylor, Administrator. m The first day of January, 1917, will fall on Monday, and it will also be county court day. the "well-know- n hard 7 ware man of Glasgow, was with us FARM LAND last Friday. 140 acres of good, lime stone land Uncle Robert O. Keltner and wife well watered, good dwelling and out were in Columbia one day the first of buildings on public road, and m a good the week. neighborhood. Price 84,200.00, one-ha- lf The hogs have all been slaughtered cash, the balance on easy terms in this section. This farm lies six miles S. E. of CoMrs. Joel Rodgers was on the sick lumbia, Ky. list for several days of last week. FARM" T. W. Dowell spent last Sunday at 100 acres of the best land in Adair Of Camp Knox with his relatives county. Good dwelling, 2 good barns and outbuildings, i mile from Cane Fratus Harper, who has been in Texas for the past seven or eight years Valley. Price $6,600. visited his mother at this place a few FARM days of last week. Of SC4 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Green river, 1 mile from pike now Uncle Charlie Yates and Uncle Robunder construction. 52 acres river ert O'. Keltner, two of our oldest cit bottom. Good dwelling, barn and out- izens, are ame to oe up ana come to Price town every day. buildings, 2 good orchards. $5,000. Willie Jones spent a day or so in TOWN PROPERTY Graensburg last week, delivering toNine room two story dwelling and bacco. Mr. Jones says the market is lotf situated on one of the best res very good and a big lot of tobacco on dence streets in Columbia, near the the market. , square, barn and out buildings. A , Mr. Cleo Sherrill, of Romine, was very desirable home. A bargain. in this section last week, buying furs. Price on application. We understand he bought $200 worth 115 Acres of good land in a good in one day. neighborhood, good buildings on pubClyde Crenshaw, of Columbia, was lic road, about 8 miles south of Colum in this section one day last week, bia. Price $1,600. (Bargain) calling on some of his friends: 40 Acres lime stone land, very good Ed Hill, in company with Oliver buildings, desirable place to live, 41 Popplewell, students of the L. W. T. miles south.of Columbia. Price $1,600 S., of Columbia, spent last Saturday House and Lot: House with six and Sunday in our city. rooms, good out buildings, good water a son of Dr. and Mrs. S. and other conveniences, just out of Austin, S3ZSSE5S33i3art: nxCcfcMcxiel KSSSS&g&iiSS&ir - ffrae THE GREAT Price $1,020 f. o. b. Michigan. Buick "Valvc-in-Hcad- " Motors Farmers Protection Sale Will be conducted by For all weather or all purposes there's a Buick for all the family. For winter driving over snowy streets; for cross country touring; if a big car is needed or a small car is desired, there's a Buick to fit your requirements. Prices from six hundred fifty to eighteen hundred dollars. Illustrated catalog giving specifications mailed on request or will be glad to demonstrate to anyone 'expecting to buy. Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG KENTUCKY, ROWE Sd EEJX.L, A.OTS. Columbia, Kentucky. Simmons, has been confined to his room with throat trouble for the past week. Beginning November 14 Public Sale. ONE HUNDRED BEST MADE FARM WAGONS AT PRICES UNDER COIKPETTTION. ONE HUNDRED BUGGIES TEN DOLLARS LESS THAN x PRESENT COST. Land Rollers, Clod Crushers, Disc Harrow3f Cultivators and Plows have advanced from Fifty to One Hundred per cent. We will save you money if you buy now. Persons who waut bargains should Dr. L. C Nell bought, one day last week, from G. E. Nell, the farm attend the sale of H. A. Mprrell, near known as the W. L. Sharp farm, for Craycraft, Thursday. December 21st. cows, heifers, the consideration of $3,500. The Dr Four good mares, milch one and two years old. A farm wagon, also sold his interest in the dry goods business at this place to G. E. Nell. a surrey, good as new, one buggy, farming implements, a lot of Consideration not known. corn, fodder, and many other articles, dry including a Kingsburry Mr. Mayfield, the piano, used goods man" of 'Bowling Green, was only one year, and cost $350. Terms calling on his trade at this place last of sale will be announced on day of week sale. -buck-board- s, well-know- n 7-- SHOES We offer Ten Thousand Dollare worth of Shoes at Old Prices, Don't wait 'til next spring to find out how you would have appre- ciated these prices offered now. Turkeys for Sale. "Full stock Mammoth Bronze. Mrs. Josh Butler, Columbia, Ky. J6-3- Wanted: Butter at School. Also wood. 25 cents cash per pound. Clothing has advanced Fifty per cent. We offer One Thousand Styles. of cords of good 4 foot Suits at old prices. Buy now. New Up-to-da- i te t town limitsr Price $850. House with 9 rooms just out of town . two shops, all buildings good, compar tlyely new. Price $1,900. - 40 Acres of land unimproved (oheap residence) lying 3i miles N. W. of Co lumbia. Price $600.00. 30 Acres land, good new residence. 2 good springs, a good well. Price $700, 3 miles N, W. of Columbia. $800 lor house and lot near the pub lic square, good garden, good well, barn &c . Desirable place and is worth the money asked. ?1,&00 for 581 acres of laud lying 2 miles S. W. of the town of Columbia, near the.Glasgow road, new 5 room box house, good barn, good well in yard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in cultivation, .baliance in timber. - i cash the balance on time to suit pur chaser 7 acres of good limestone, land 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. good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres timber, fenced. $50 per acre. JFABSf in Taylor county Consisting of 209 acres, 100 acres in woodland, 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, dwelling and barn Situated 41 miles Lindsey - Wilson Training A School An immense stock of dry goods, bought before the advances At low prices while they last. Ladies Cloaks at low prices. Sugar, 11 pounds $1.00. Good Coffee, 6 pounds $1.00. 10c. Calumet Baking Powder, 4 for 2oc. A small lot of Calico at 5c. Like the great North American Piga-o- n the last of the species. 1000 yards in the lot sold in 6 and 8 Yard Lengths. Good Indigo Blue Overall Safe Place to Put Your Children at $1.00. We offer Woven Wire Fence 20 per cent upder market. Will send and article by mail; if not satisfactory can be returned. t 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 south t)f Campbellsville; on Robinson creek. Price $3,000. 124 acre farm, 2 miles S." W. of Dunn Tille, in, Adair, Casey, and Russell counties, reasonable good buildings, goed orchard, good spring, well water, 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, 30 acres corn, average 8 bbls.,,acre, limeetooe land, $600 to $800 worth of ..-fetabfr. Price 18,800. - Matriculation and Enrollment, Monday, January Vl?J7 This is a Special Term for those who are ', Preparing to teach. . ' v w WRITE NOW .FOR ROOMS. ' - ( MOSS & CHANDLER,, Columbia, c- . 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 proposition for If you have any intention of buying at all during the coming season, write us. We will give any infor matifih requested. Sub-Agent- sr Kentucky. - s A -