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"Miss Cora Reynolds, an accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reynolds, of Garlin,. this county, and Rev. J. W. Nelson, 'of Smithland, Ky , a graduate of the Lindsey- - Wilson, and who recently received the B. D. degree at Atlantar Ga , Emory Univerity, were married at the home of Rev. L. F. Piercy, by said minister, last Tuesday forenoon in the presence of a few friends. The bride is one Adair's . Recital at Lindsey-Wilso- n. . Lattimore," Dec, 16, 1916. Last Thursdayevening, beginning Enterprise is required n order to at 7:15 o'clock, the Music and Expres- Editor News: On this month of yuletide, I heremake a town grow and prosper. A sion pupils of Miss Alice Walker and enwith tender to all acquaintances and united effort upon the part of our Mrs. Ray .Montgomery delightfully citizens and the judicious expenditure tertained a lage audience at the G raded friends, if 1 have any, the. compliments of the season. Ten years ago I of money would make Columbia grow, School Gym. to be pro- was in the hallowed precincts of the town and in a few years it would be a The teachers are'known of dimentiohs, and every body who ficient, hence their pupils went upon "Old Kentucky Home;" but in that make their homes here would be busy the stage, feeling confident, and with- time many changes have transpired. from the rising of the sun to the out embarrassment. The playing and In the first place the --fierce spirit The towns in Kentucky reading ofall the pupils was an en- with the glass and scythe has taken are prosperous are the dorsement' of the teachers, that ex- his remorseless toll, and many vacanthat ones that have donated liberally to pression being given by all present. cies are in the ranks of people I once enterprises which employ labor. Thus The following program was faultlessly knew. Among these may be mentioned John R. Johnson, C. H. Mur it is and always will be, that where' rendered: rell, Mrs. James Garnett, relict of "Diploma Waltz," (s i x hands,) liberality is manifested towns thrive, but where the close fisted disposition Misses Ca'rrie Grissom, Mabel Rosen-bau- Judge Garnett, Dr. TJ. L. Taylor, Ulysses Hurt, etc. Besides being callMarshall Paull. is manifested, communities struggle ed to the spirit land, others have done money for existence. Men who have "Bed Fellow," Carrie Grissom must invest it in order to protect their "Serenade Espaguale,'" Miss Mary as I did folded their tents like the Arab and silently stole away. own interest. A few small factories Summers. Carroll county, Mo., is pretty well would furnish work for a Miss Eva Walker. in Columbia "LaRusse," great many men, the town reaping the "A Telephone Romance," Miss Mill peopled with Kentuckians and their descendents, many from Adair county. benefit of the employees' earnings. dred Walker. "Military March," in which all en- Among these may be mentioned Bram Visit a town where there is employWhite, my brother, George Frankum, ment for a number of mechanics and gaged. my neighbor, while Bob White, Oren also the day laborer, and see the stores, "How La Rue Stakes Were Lost," White and John White, also my brothespecially on Saturday nights crowd Miss Alleene Montgomery. ers, have accumulated a grub-stakin ed with customers from dark until a "GaloD." Carrie Grissom. Mabel Carroll and departed for greener late hour, the merchants receiving Rosenbaum, Marshall Paull" hundreds of dollars nightly. "The Christmas Star," Miss Kathe- - fields and pastures new. Bram White and George Frankum think Carroll In older to see the advantage a town rine Netl. county good enough, and I say, "Me reaps by having small factories, visit "Arab Dance," (four hands.) too." Also in Carroll county are Campbellsville and Lebanon. "Serenade," Miss Mildred Walker. found my esteemed friends, Tinker We would be glad to see Columbia There are a couple of. stray hogs, Tom Taylor, Luther Wilmore, etc. move for the betterment, bestart a will weigh about 75 pounds each, one Mrs. M. E. Dohoney (nee Hurt,) lives ginning early in the year 1917. white, the other black, at ray farm. in New Mexico, and Mrs Bell Snow The owner can have same by paying Patterson in Oklahoma. Both of For Sale. feed bill and for this notice. these estimable ladies were products J. Z. Conover, Joppa,. Ky. of Tabor region, and were my school I have a good looking 8 year old, saddle and harness gelding for sale. A Besides teaching a school, the en- mates in bygone days. Mrs Dohoney chestnut sorrel, 151 hands, weight rollment being 500, in Portales, New was also my teacher; but doubtless is 10S0 pounds, and sound. Will sell Mexico, Prof. "W. M. Wilson has a lit- not proud of her handiwork. Among cheap for I don't need him. tle time for chjcken raising. He writes other Kentuckians who went to Mis Garnett Breeding, to Henry Hancock that he has some souri to grow up with the country' Ky. -to-da- y e 8-- Amandaville, Leaves for Illinois. Mr. Howard A. Murrell and family, who live at Craycraft, this county, will leave for Champaign, 111., this Mr. Murweek, their future home rell was born and reared in the neighborhood he is leaving and has been a good citizen all his life. His object in leaving his native county is to be close to his sons who located in Illinois some years ago. He and his family have the best wishes of their many Adair county friends. We do not know whether or not the Municipal Board could be held responsible in case of an accident, but one thing certain, unless the concrete walk from Mr. Sam Lewis' j)lace of business to the corner where Mr. Bert Epperson is located, is made rougher, one is sure to occur. One man slipped and fell on this walk last Wednesday, but fortunately he was not seriously hurt. It would not take but a short time to hack it in a way to keep persons' feet from slipping from under them. If this is not done you are going to hear of a leg or an arm 'being broken on this walk, and then a suit for damages will follow. Mr. Dan A. Hatcher, a young busin ness man of Campbellsville, in Columbia, and who has a number of relatives in Adair county, and Miss Carrie L. Savage, a popular young lady of the same town, were married in Louisville one day last week. Since their return home they have been very busy, receiving the congratulations of their numerous friends. You can exchange your Prest-o-ligh- t tank at BapidTransit Company's office, and save money. The Company also has a light delivery truck for sale. Will sell cheap if sold at once. Columbia, Ky. x Mrs. Sam F. Eubank met with a very painful accident one night last week. She was grinding sausage meat when the index finger of her left hand got caught in the machine, cutting off the end. A physician was called who dressed the wound. The patient suffered greatly for several hours. After the first of January if you fail to get The News you will know that your name has been marked off the subscription list. Persons who receive "he paper must pay for it. Blank paper Is too high to send The News without compensation. well-know7-- 3t He took two premiums at the State Fair and in the county show quite a number. He likes his location and says that himself and wife are enjoying splendid health. Mrs Wilson was not strong when she" left Columbia, but the climate there has built her up wonderfully. He and his wife send their best regards to every . body. Elopement of Ellen," a play "The given at the Graded School Gym, last Monday night week, was a splendid affair. Those who took part were older pupils of the school, and they were up on all the parts, the acting being to perfection. MissEwen, one of the teachers, arranged the play and drilled the actors. Many compliments have been passed on its production, as many impressive points "were brought out, both pathetic and amusing. fine ones. Notice. As manyof my customers to. keep a blacksmith at my shop, Fhave secured as good a smith as can be hired. So folks who want horseshoeiug, wags on and buggy work done and promptly, call at J. M. Kearnes, Machine Shop. first-clas7-- 3t I have been requested by so January American Magazine. The most attractive feature about the January American Magazine is the leading article by Booth Tarking-to- n called "Nlpskilllon's." It relates some of Mr. Tarkingston's own opinions of drink founded upon his experience and his knowledge of the experience of men he has known well. Running it a close second is "Why 'Married Men Are More Successful in Business Than Bachelors," which explains the point suggested by the title. An article on selling lusurance emphasizes that to do business one must know people. The fiction is most interesting, containing adventure and love stories. 381 Fourth Avenue, New, York. were W. S. Hurt and R. s. Snow. They and their wives respectively, Corinna Snow and Bell Conover, were products of Kentucky. Kentuckians are a restless set. All formerly abused that state, and classed it in "Poverty Row " Yet it is'a good state if it would take the public roads out of the creeks, build better highways and quit expecting the L. & N. RR. Oompany to build a line through Adair county. When you see Long Bob Conoveriake hold of his boot straps and lift himself over the Columbia court-housabout then that corporation will extend a branch line through your region. You people think too little of your county and its possibilities. In North Carolina, every man is a Solon Shingle, and the same pride dwells in the bosom of a native son of Missouri. Solon Shingle boasted: 1(I fit in the Revolution; likewise ray grandfather driv a baggage wagon." In North Carolina they boast that the rest of the world is in outer darkness so far as vital and undefiled religion is concerned; and that they did about all the fighting in the Revolution and the Southern Confederacy. Also, that this state is the home of oratory, the abiding place of the muse; and that if Liberty ever wings its' flight to other shores the Genius of Freedom, exemplified by the Old North State, will make its last stand in that sacred palladium and weep over the shade of departed grandeur. Kentucky is ridiculed for giving every man a military title; but here you can't throw a rock without hitting a titled dignitary A singing teacher, a saw mill man, a horse doctor or piano tuner, are all professors; while editors, correspondents, lawyers and county officers are decorated with titles of major, colonel and captain. Allow me to assure .Col. L. B. Hurt that he does not outrank me; for I am Col. Corn Cracker in newspaperdom. e, -- Allow me for papers of several states, and even receive some veiy modest checks for my to further state that I write contributions. Evidently there will be a large crowd in Columbia next Monday, the first court of the year 1917. It isjust as evident that a great many who will be here are indebted to the News, and It would suit us mighty well if they would call and settle. Mr. John Glasscock, who lost his handsome residence, by fire, recently, married an Adair county lady, his wife being Miss Ella Dohoney before her man age. The loss was about $3,000,. no Insurance. Jane Corbln, who was the wife died near Purdy, a ofm. Corbln,"She was about forty few uays ago. years old, and besides her husband she leaves six or eight children. Mrs. .8-- Missouri believes that Missouri will For Sale. first hear the trump of the Judgment I have six good horse mules that I Archangel, and they are the saints will sell reasonable. Two years old who will judge the earth. The people this coming spring.. They are 14J and there were surprised that I had seen 15 hands high. W. E. Harris. wheat threshed by steam; or a farm .cultivatMr. D. W. Gowdy, who has been a or of any description. They seemed prominent 'merchant of Campbells- to think we still cut wheat with a ville since he reached his majority, sickle, plowed with steers and bnll has sold his stock of goods to his two tongues, and cleaned wheat with the sons, V. M. Gowdy and David W. obsolete "groundhog." twas coaxed Gowdy, who will continue the busi- to go and see a steam thresher work, ness at the same stand. They are and told not to "be frightened at at the popular gentlemen. sight of an automobile. I had ridden Charges of violating his trust and in a dozen or more Fords, Overfands misappropriating funds have been and Maxwells, and managed to premade by Attorney General Logan serve my .intrepidity in the presence against George Sehon, Superintendent of a touring car.. In faet one of my of the Kentucky Children's Home So- boys had one. Allow me to say I voted fcr Wilson, ciety. Sehon denies the charges, but there has been a stink for some time. as did a majority of nearly 50,000 in Two young ladies can secure board North Carolina. Cor Roosevelt car at the home of Mrs. Kinnie Murrell ried the East for Wilson, while the from the first of January until the matchless Nebraskian, W. J. Bryan, carried the West. During the sum" schools close mer, all the gold-bu- g clan, consisting of bankers, manufacturers and other Remember that Rev. J. S. Chand- trust magnates, who secretly hope for ler, Campbellsville, will pjeach in the Republican success but try to domMethodist churcbr this clty next inate the Democratic party, declared Sunday forenoon. Every body invited, "Old Bryan" a pestilent fellow and a gang-plows, disc-Harrow- s, Mr. C. T. Tri lett has been quite feeble for the last two week. Miss Christine Nell is spending the holidays with Miss Cathrine Nell. Miss Latitia Paul), who is in school at Nazareth, is at home for the holidays. Mr. Romie Judd and Miss Lillie Judd, arrived Saturday for the holbest young ladies and she has many idays. 4p. friends. She recently returned from a Miss Mary Lucy Lowe, who, teaches two year's stay, in the Missionary in Logan county, is at home, for the Training School, Nashvilla, Tenn. The holidays. couple will reside near Smithland, Ky., Mr. T. W. Taylor, Campbellsville, until the meeting of the next annual was here a few days ago, looking after Conference. his policy holders. Mr. Mc C. Goode, of Campbellsville, mover of sedition. Bryan and Wilson n had permitted the flag to be insulted, here, is spending ten days at Martinsville, Ind. and were pursuing a weak and policy. "Old Bryan" was go Mr. and Mrs R. and their ing to form some kind of. a hybrid little son, Robert Page, arrived to Democratic-Prohibition party and spend a week Saturday. help' defeat Wilson.- - Bryan made Mr. Robert Wethington came down Wilson nominee at Baltimore, and from Casey county and spent last elected him in 1916. Roosevelt and week with friends here. his "preparedness" ranters are not Miss Bettie Smith, who suffered fighting near so furiously as we were with neuralgia several days of last led to expect, but is in the Figi Isweek, has about recovered. lands. Judging from some of his ion class. Miss Zella Pelly, who is a teacher tirades, he and his sons were dying to in the public schools, Barbourville, Is and wipe the stigma from the enlist Special Notice. at home for the Christmas festivities. "flag." nughes with his whiskers is Miss Minnie Kemp, who teaches at practicing law, and is not fighting I desire to return my grateful Middlesboro, reached home Saturday either. Should the occasion ever arise to defend "Old Glory," the farm- thanks to all who patronized me dur- night, to spend Christmas with her ers, mechanics, teachers, etc., will ing the year 1916. Your trade was parents. face the invader while war lqp will certainly appreciated. I am also in Mr. Martin T. Murrell, who lives at would be Champaign, 111., is spending a few make' money out of the "struggle. peed of ready cash, and That has been the history of all wars very thankful if those who owe me weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. in our country, and the future is to be will call and make payment. S. H. Murrell, Craycraft. T. E. Waggener. judged by the past. Tendering the Mr. John T. Harvey, who lives in message of Tiny Tim to all KentuckLost. Pair of eye glasses, in black New York City, is here to spend ten ians whether at home or abroad; case. A reward is offered, days with his mother and sister and "May God bless us evtiy one," I close. Dr. C. M. Russell. friends. He is enjoying fine health. Melvin L White Mr, Guy Stevenson and Mr, LawQUARTERLY CONFERENCE. All owing me accounts for dental rence Sullivan, who are in Georgework will oblige me if they will call Columbia District, Second Round. town College, arrived last Thursday and settle on or before January 1st. I night, the latter to go to his home, need the money badly. near Russell Springs. The following are dates and places Dr. J. N. Murrell. Misses Sue King, Mabel Ewen, Hat-ti- e where Quarterly Conferences will be Neagle, Louella Roach, Evelyn held in the Columbia District on the January Woman's Home Com- Clark and Mr. "Wm. Sweets, all teachSecond Round, beginning on January panion. ers In the public school, left Satur6, 1917: Campbellsville Circuit, Souls Chapel, day for their respective homes, The Woman's Home Companion for the holidays. January is an interesting number, January 6th and 7th. Mr. E. W. Reed has not been able Cane Valley, Mt. Carmel, January filled with good things for those who to leave his room for some days, on ac11th. seek profit and pleasure. Ellis Parker count of the disagreeable weather. Clinton, Five Springs, January 13th Butler, Sophia Kerr, Mary Stewart There is no material change In his and 14th. Cutting, Temple Bailey, and other Albany, Albany, January 14th and condition. A person who is afflicted n writers contribute short with rheumatism suffers more when 15th. stories. The Companion contiues its Bear Creek, Rose of Sharon, Jan- the weather is disagreeable. two part serial policy; this time it is Mr. John W. Morrison, who has "The Stingy Receiver," by Eleanor uary 16th? Eeytonsburg, Guthries, January 17th. been in Cumberland county working Hallowell Abbott. There are articles Russell Springs, Hayes, January 20th up a boundary of hickory timber, reabout "The Impersonal Attitude." and 21st. turned home last Wednesday. .On "A Happy Mother-in-Laand "Clean Jamestown, Bethlehem, January Thursday morning he left for Fayette, Motion Pictures." Ala., where he will visit his daughter, The issue has many fine things for 27th and 28th Sparkesville, Hogard's Chapel, Feb- Mrs. W. L. Parks, for several days. the younger readers as well as grownups, and the-- fashions, cooking, pic- ruary 3rd and 4th. The following who have been from Parnell, Morrows, February 9th. home", either'teachlng or engaged In ture section and all the regular deMill Springs, Mill Springs, February other business, are here for partments are up to the minute with the week: 10th and 11th. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Cravens, Tompkinsthe freshest and newest material. Monticello, Monticello, February ville; Misses Golda and Dexter Eng381 Fourth Ave., New York. llth and 12th. lish, Mr. M. Cravens, Mr. Hugh RichWest Monticello, 'Keens, February ardson and children, Kansas; Mr. .For Rent. 13th. Frank Richardson, wife and baby, House and lot on Burkes ville street. Burkesville, Grlders, February 17th Oklahoma; Miss Dora Eubank, Miss Mrs. T. C. Faulkner. and I8th. S. R. Marcum, Miss Ruth Hines, Renox, Sugar Grove, February 18th Randolph College, Va.; Miss Virginia Taylor County Bond Cases. and 19th. Coffey, Mr. Leon Lewis, Claud Willis, Bethlehem, Fountain Run, February Paul Hughes, Mrs. H. V, Denver, final decision, resulting in victory A for the bond holders, was rendered by 24th and 25th. Miss Sallie Williams, Mr. Smith Gill, Tompkinsville, Tompkinsville, Feb- Mrs. Cecil Ramsey, Jo M. Reed, wife the United States Circuit Court of Appeals last week, in the Taylor county ruary 25th and 26th. and children. Mr. Paul Chandler Is Temple Hill, Bethel, March 3rd and spending the week in Campbellsville. bond cases. The decision was, in effect, that no tax monies can be col- 4th. Mr. F. H. Durham is visiting In TayPierce. Mt. Lebenon, March 8th. lected by the .county without paying lor county, Greensburg, Lebanon and Summersville, Queensberry, March Elizabethtown. the bonded indebtedness, and this is taken to mean that the debt will be 9 th. Greensburg and Earleys, Earleys, paid It amounts to about $65,000. 'Mrs. Redmon Dead. March 10th and llth Wantea:-- A cook at Lindsey Wilson. Casey Creek, Casey Creek, March Phone or write Last Thursday afternoon, Mrs. loth. Moss and Chandler. Laura Redmon. who was the beloved Mansville, Mansville, March 16th. Last Saturday week Miss Nell Antle, Eikhorn, Elkhorn, March 17th and wife of Mr. B. G. Redmon, succumbed of this place, was married at the home 18th. to the inevitable and peacefully closed of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Marion"! Campbellsville Station, March 18th her eyes in death. Mrs. Redmon was Antle, to Mr. William Clark, of Wal-nu- and 19th. a sister of Mr. Lucien Moore and Jtfr. 111. The couple will remain here Gradyville, Grady ville, March 22nd. G. W. Moore, who iives in Kansas, until after the holidajs. Only relaColumbia, Columbia, March 24th but was here to see his sister two tives and a few friends witnessed the and 25th. weeks ago. The deceased had a comceremony, whidh was performed by plication of troubles and was sick five S. G. Shelley, Presiding Elder. Rev. Mackey. They have the best or six months, receiving the closest atfor Rent. wishes of many, friends. tention from the family and by physicians. Besides husband she leaves Persons who have made up their The Trabue farm, one tenant house seven children, the several of them grown. minds to enter the contests for county and rooms in the home. A large number of relatives and t. offices, shouid send Id their announceTillie Trabue. friends attended the funeral, and all ments. The cost will not be any more Mr. W. G. McKlnley bought from the neighborhood is in sympathy with now than later Five dollars is the C. S. Harris a registered Duroc, comTthose who havabeen so sorely bereft. fee. ing that has proven to Administrator's Notice. Wanted: A nurse, apply to Mrs be one of the best breeders in this M. D. RIckardson, Columbia, Ky. section of the country. This hog All persons owing the estate of the weighs nearly 400 pounds, in moderate Columbia Lighting Company having late Dr. B. F. Taylor, Ijy note or ac- flesh has the bone, length and form. count, are hereby notified to- - call at Will serve sold its electric equipment, will shut at $1.00. my office and settle. The business of down the night of December 31st at the estate must be closed in the next This office wants "a copyofThe eleven p. m. A. H. Ballard. News of November 6, 1916. few months. Gwd Reading. James Taylor, Administrator. Nicholasville. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church Dr. J. T. Jones will send his bosk e A few days ago, MIs3 Effle Triplets elected officers as follows: President, 90 pieces in Prose and Verse, by iwUl, daughter of "Mr. and. Mrs. Bud Trip- Mrs. Lyne Arnette; vice president, sending him a Postal Mosey lets who live a few miles from town, MissJHelen Hunter; recording secreta- to anyone 25 cents to Glecsfork, Ky. "Wilson were happily ry, Mifs Nannie May Horine; corres- Order for and Mr.- Owen a few friends besides ponding secretary, Mrs. William J. They are on sale at TheNews ofie married. Onls also." Wolfe; Treasurer, Len C, Smith. the family were present. well-knowvac-ilatin- g number of friends and patrons braved the snow and ice to attend the Christmas recital at Lindsey-Wilso- n Wed. nesday night, and felt amply rewarded by being delightfully entertained by those who appeared upon the pro gram. The program opened with a vocal number entitled, "Joy, Joy, Joy," splendidly rendered by Miss Frona Faulkner and Messrs. Noel Thomas and Billy Cundiff, who also gave other numbers during the evening. The following young ladles gave piano selections: Misses Buster, Harris, Strange, Feese, Bryant, Piercey, Garnett, McFarland, Edwards, Faulkner, Miss Alma McFarland and Miss Adams. Delightful readings were given by Misses Bryant, Edwards, Murphy, Strange, Damron, Huffaker, Lovatt and Mr. Popplewell. The pantomimes entitled "Santa's mistake," and "Christmas Secrets," by Miss Maxine Moss, and "The Holy City" by Miss Sallie E. Murphy, were especially attractive. The program closed with a Christmas Drill by members of the express- In spite of the inclement weather a i Personals. A.-My- ers " r 9-- lt 8-- to-spen- d well-know- 8'-- 2t t, 8-l- two-years-o- ld, f. m -- - & & L THE ADAIR - COUNTY NEWSl ' SfeSSPi SMMfeMNWJ B&AfiM cbM itifiK Helpful Hints for Motor- -- 5 , "' ?.-'- -' - tSSk - Failenini BSli. Mltshed Every Wednesday n tie Last fall a neighbor of ours JUair County News. Company had four fully matured hogs from which lie wished to obtain enough (Incorporated.) meat and lard for home use until OH AS. S. HARRIS. Editor. hog killing-tim- e this year. His plan of fattening those hogs was JJemocratic newspaper devoted to the iaterest this; About a foot off the ground of. the City of Colombia and the people of Adair he built four pens side by side, i aad adjoining counties. providing them with plank floors. as second Entered at the Colombia The pens were about three feet class mail matter. longer than the hogs and were so narrow that the hogs could not SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR turn around in them. A shallow trough was provided an the 'end WED. DEG 27, 1916 of. each pen which could be taken out and cleaned When required. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The pens were kept bedded with straw. When the pens became For Sheriff. fouled they were thoroughly cleaned out with a hoe. Then 'We are authorized to announce CLYDE new bedding material was put "CRENSHAW a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democratic in. The pens were built on the primary in August. 1917. south side of an outbuilding and during rainy weather loose planks We are authorized to announce W.-a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, were laid across the top. In fair subject to the action qf the Rupublican primary weather the planks were removof 1917. ed giving the hogs the benefit of the sunshine. The nogs were For County Judge. fed four times a daynd when they were being fed they were We are authorized to announce Kint Montgommore than they ery a candidate for County Judge of Adair coun- allowed no ty, subject to the action of the Democratic party would eat up clean, but at each in the August primary 1917. feeding were given all they would eat. For School Superintendent. The owner and his family were We are authorized to announce GEORGE very particular about feeding AARON a candidate for School Superintendent and watering the hogs at regu of Adair County, subject to the action of the party as expressed at the August 1917 lar periods. They were particu-larTo- o primary. in keeping their pens Former State Senator B. M. Arnett, clean. A large amount of the who lived at Nicholasville, died last food consumed by those hogs week. was cooked in a big iron kettle, several different kinds of food Post-offi- ce -- B. FAT-TES- A bag of soft flannel is best to keep inner tubes .in. Tie the mouth of the bag around the projecting stem. When putting on nuts and resistance. bolts, it is an excellent preventPenma isJFkafc Tnic. ive of rust to rub on them a litIts action is prenpt, usually very tle graphite. When this is done, effective, and its use is without harmful effects . Every household should you have taken out an insurance keep it at hand f er this purpose, and policy against sticking nuts. should regevery catarrhal sufferer ularly use this reliable remedy. If is not advisable to use ordiThe tablet form willbe found very nary paint on cylinder casting. convenient. A tablet or twe at the very beginning of a cold will A thick coat of paint will prenrevent its development, vent radiation. A paint suitable and these tablets may be taken reg- vlarly with benenciai results. for this use may be obtained at most automobile supply stores. Manyprefer Where rubber hose is used too theliquidform which lor nearly make connections in the water half a century his been th reliance circulation pipes with a gasoline of tha American motor and has bends in it,, a good Home. Botn are good. plan is to it by a brass Your drujglst can supply you. coil spr ng which is a good fit inside. This prevents any flattenTko PERUNA CO. ing at the bend and cracking, resulting eventually in a leak. Columbus, Ohio If the bulbs on the electric lights burn out quickly the source of current may be too pense of the healths of the am- high. If this is so bulbs of mals. greater voltage should be seNo one who wants to put , fat cured. on the hog at the least expense and in the shortest time is going Lingering Coughs are Dangerous. to compel the animal to stand in Get rid of that tickling cough that a pen with his feet six inches keeps you awake at night and drains deep in mud and filth. Clean pens your vitality and energy. Dr King's New Discovery is a pleasant balsam and clean surroundings are too remedy, antiseptic, laxative and important to be neglected. promptly effective It soothes the irClearwater is a great help in ritated membrane and kills the cold prompt is usually found through administration of a mildly laxative, dispersive tonic one that will scatter the inflammation, remove the vaste, and help Nature to build up fre-nuen- tlv ce Quick . -- Cold Relief-i the ists. " EVERYTHING IN HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also EUwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLJEP BROS. Incorporated I CO- - IG Caat Maikei itreei Between Firs! and Brook Louisville, Ky. KM We have always demonstrated to the readers of the Adair County Newd .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 Pug House Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spacious salesroom have always expressed themselves most favor- -' ably about our stocks and prices. The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of Good Linoleum Germany's peace proposals have mixe(J t Those ther flatly rejected by the allies. It now hogs fattened with great, rapidilooks like the war will continue indefinitely, and will not be settled until ty, could hardly more than stand up on their feet, and it was almilitarism is crushed. -- beeLin Besides the fattening hogs. water they get in the slop por tion of their ration, it is surprising to see how much clear'water germs; your cough is soon relieved. Delay is dangerous get Dr. King's New Discovery at once. For nearly fifty years it has been the favorite remedy for grippe, croup, coughs and hogs will drink when given the colds. Get a bottle today at Paul Adv opportunity. We like to give the Drug Co , 50c. with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, 522 & 524 W. Market St., incorporated. Louisville, Ky. Never in the history of Kentucky has tobacco brought higher prices than for which it has been selling durFrom the ing; ttie fall and winter. sale of it some farmers have realized as much as two hundred dollars per acre, most impossible for them to get up after lying down. This plan may be considered "crate feed- ing" for it is just about the same as that followed by those who fatten chickens in large numbers for the market. Where, one has only four or a half dozen hogs, A dispatch from Burkesville to the especially fully matured animals, Louisville Times, says: The Oil and considers only the matter of Development Company Fork has "been organized by Pittsburg meat and lard making this plan oil men and capitalists and incorpo- may be all right, but I had rath- rated under the laws of the State of allow the hogs at least enough Pennsylvania for the purpose of operroom to move about during the ating for oil in Cumberland county. fattening process. I do not, The new company has leases on acres in the eastern part of this however, want them to get very county, and will begin operations much exercise. within the next few weeks. Dr. W. In fattening 'hogs one day's J. Lange, of Pittsburg, who is here poor feeding will more than offnow, representing the company, says that the company will put down at set two days of good feeding. least fifteen test holes during the Corn is a mighty fine feed for winter montlis, and expect to extend the purpose of fat making, but their operations in the spring. it is a mistake to rely wholly upon it. I have known some to THE LATEST FROM THE WAR ZONE. feed their hogs entirely on corn and after a while- the amimals AS TO TEACE. were "burned out" and not gaining a bit. Their appetite and diThe notes of the German, Austrian, gestion were impaired and the and Turkish Governments proposing animals came to "standstill'' and peace negotiations are expected to it was good while before they reach the capitals of the Entente Corn is Powers before Monday night. They overcame the backset. Washington late one of our best fattening feeds, were forwarded from Saturday by cable, and were not ac- in fact we may consider it the companied by any expression from the best, but unless we feed it as we United States Government, but it is going to get stated President Wilson has reserved should we are not When opportunity to add a word for peace the best results from it in some way In the future. Transmis- hogs have not been use to corn sion of the notes was preceded by a at every feed, or have not had visit by Count von Bernstcrff, the Ger- any for a long time, it should be man Ambassador, to Secretary of "at first, State Lansingrat the conclusion of fed in small quantities gradually increasing the amount which the Ambassador said they did not discuss peace terms and that the as the animals become use to it, sending of the proposals without com- until they are oh full feed. ment on the part of the United State We never feed our hogs very Government was a matter for this much corn until about four or country to decide. The note to the British Government probably will be five weeks before they are to be received in London in time to be slaughtered. Then we keep corn read before next Tuesday, when the before them all the time and in was to Premier, David addition we supply them with e the House of Commons, but it now appears unlikely that his mill feeds, alfalfa and clover hay steamed until tender, turnips, physicians will allow him to speak. artichokes, peas and in fact any VERDUN". Infantry fighting was resumed on kiuds of foods that will put fat the east bank of the Meuse, in the on them and make wholesome Verdnn sector. Which, of the com- meat. batants assumed the offensive is not A variety of feed will put fat specified by the German War Office statement that tells of the renewal of on a hog more quickly and cheapthe. fighting. During the previous ly than will any single kind. It night the German troops had under- doesn't take long to fatten a hog taken no counterattack to regain the if it is given a variety of wholeground they lost as .the result of the some feeds, and the meat is alstroke Inflicted by the French on Fri- - ways well streamed, juicy and day. Details concerning the French weighs well in the drive Indicate the capture of 9.00CH tender and .Germaas and about eighty guns. Four scale. Of course the profit from French divisions participated in the feeding hogs depends upon the jittactand the French War Office coat of the feed, Anything that they. Were bpposed.-bcheapens the feed' increases the five Graaa 'divisions. done at the ex-profit, if it 15,-00- 0 - water regularly three times a day. All the animals will drink at each time, and when we are fattening hogs in cold weather we warm the water enough to take the chill off before giving it to them. Charcoal ashes and salt help to keep the hog's in a good thrifty, condition, and then of course they make better gain3. Our plan is to mix a quantity of these and keep the mixture before the animals all the time. When hogs are being fattened in bunches a3 is the case on our farm and are not closely confined in a pen, a concrete feeding floor is the best thing on which to feed them. When durability is considered no other material is better or cheaper than concrete. We built a floor forty-eigfeet long and fourteen feec wide and 4 inches thick on the Bouth side of a fifty-focrib. The ground was leveled off giving a foot slope to the end where the cobs and dirt are pushed off. The same care was exercised in getting a foundation whiehjvas' well' drained. The size of the timbers U3ed for the form were inches, being on the outside to keep them from springing. Outside the form a trench six inches deep was dug all away around and the middle filled up to within four inches of the top with gravel. Our object in digging the trench was to extend the outside edge ,of the floor below the ground enough to prevent water from running "under it. ht Essentials in Profitable Sheep Raising. 1. The willingness of the far- mer to pay the proper attention tojiis flock at the critical ' times of the year. 2. The production of lambs of early maturnity that should pre ferably be marketed before the first of July. 3. The control of parasites in the flock by the sale of early lambs, rotation of pastures and flock management. 4. The protection of sheep from dogs, by,community interest in sheep, by enforcing dog laws and keeping sheep in protected quarters at night. 5. The utilization of pasture to the greatest degree. 6. The. feeding of corn silage with clover or alfalfa hay, supplemented with grain, to the breeding ewes at definite 'periods 7. The selection of breeding sheep that possess merit in wool as well as in mutton character. Constitutional vigor and health as a result of breeding and care are essentials in a foundation s, Birdseve view of our Plant "Largest in Dixie." W. J. ot Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, "SAFETY FIRST" two-by-s- ix well-stak- ed flock. 8. A purebred ram of a desir- Stair Work, Brackets, Etcr Write for our Catalog PHONE: ICumb. Main 9141 fHome City 2291 Columns, Lloyd-Georg- e, appear-befor- hog's dining table 'is easily kept clean with an old broom. Those who feed their hogs on the ground, compelling them to pick their feed out of dirt and dust, are not realizing the greatest returns from the feed, they give them. It requires only a short time for a good feeding floor to return its cost. A little experience with one will convince any hog feeder that it is a wise investment. We find that a four-inc- h is ""thick enough. This floor able type and quality should sire the lambs. 9. Cheap equipment which offers protection, plenty "of ventilation and a dry bed. 0. The market of products of wool and mutton with an understanding of market values and aemana. uommunity orgamza lions would be beneficial in this regard. 11. A permanent flock of fifty to a hundred breeding ewes is a desirable number for an average farm flock if the owner has had sufficient experience in sheep management. 1 Rates 50-75-1.- 00 Hotel Watkins "In the Heari of LouLSville" NG WATER-MODERN TELEPHONES IN ROOMS-RUNNI- CONVENIENCES EUROPEAN PLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th Louisville, Ky. 12. of a yajue as weed destroyers, utilizers of, rough feeds and of soil fertility! Stiff, Sore Muscles Relieved. Realizationof the fitness' flock on the farm, their con-serve- rs y ot Cramped musoles or soreness following a cold or case of grippe are Constipation Makes You Dull. eased and relieved by an application That draggy, listless, oppressed feel of Sloan's Liniment. Does not stain one constipa- the skin or clog the pores like m ussy- - jsays: "ADOUC uve years ago wnen we ing generally results-fro-m The Daily Evening Post, one year, The intestines are clogged and ointments or plasters and penetrates were living in Garbutt, H. Y r tion. docWoman's World, Monthly,, one year, the blood becomes poisoned. Relieve quickly without rubbing. Limber up tored two of my children suffering this condition at once with Dr. King's your muscels after exercise, drive out from colds with Chamberlain's Cough Home Life, Monthly, one year, New Life Pillsj this gentle, the pains and aches of rheumatism Remedy "and found it just as representHome and Farm, laxative Is quickly, effective. A neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprains ed in every way. It promptly checked one year, dose at "bedtime will make you feel and bruises with Sloan's Liniment. their coughing and cured their colds Our Beautiful 1017 Calendar. brighter in the morrfingr Get a 6ot. Getabotple today. Ai?JPaull Drug qulckerthan anything I ever used.1 All "for 53.60. Send" your subscrig tie today at Paull Drag Co., 36c "Adv Co., 25C. Adr Obtainable at Paull ptug Co. Adv tloa at oece. Good for Constipation. Erlanger.The Dixie Highway from Covington to Erlanger, a distance of Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent for constipation. They are pleasant seven miles, has been completed, and open to the public January 1. to take and mild and gentle in effect. will-bAd The road is twelve feet wide and built Paull Drug Co. Obtainable at of concrete. At recent meeting of greatest conveni- the Erlanger Citya Council it was deOne of-t-he ences about the home is to have cided to. rebuild that part of the running water for kitchen and highway within the city limits and bathroom. Water systems for work on this will begin early in the farm homes are coming into use spring. more generally;- - they vary in For a Short Time. cost according to the system being quite inexadopted, some During December and January we pensive. will furnish the following papers for Cough Medicine for Children. the sum named: Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsville, H.Y., The Adair County News, year e I r .1 non-gripin- g Semi-Monthl- y, J-. rat i if --.- - , t V sl ni ijif r &! CJaabg,gMgKv IkADAIR CotfrM tiEWS 3 t t ut HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Congress. Bureau of Navigation reports Am permanently located in Co that 1,115 vessels, with gross lumbia. tonnage of 521,711, were added to American merchant marine in All Classes of Dental work done. Crow ' dge and Inlay work a Specialty. last 11 months. AH Work Guaranteed The canalization of the Ohio Office over G. W. Lowe's River, insuring a nine foot stage Shoe Store will be completed in 1922, according to the annual report of Brigadier General 'Black, Chief of Army Engineers. The volunteer military system Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist again has proved itself a failure Eve Specialist and should be relegated to the Special attention given Diseases of all past, declares Major General Domestic Animals Hugh L. Scott, Chief of Staff of Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on the army, in his annual report. Jamestown road. Year's receipts of Panama Phone 114 G. Canal, $27,339,888; expenditures, Columbia, Ky. $29,327,504, a deficitdof $1,987,-615- . -- tJNeriy Steeplejack Wears Jerry "Tanlac Smile" at Work In Clouds Beams on Dizzy Crowd From PUTTING IT OFF t V Skyscraper Flagpole. CREDITS TONIC FOR HEALTH "TANLAC PUT ME Ecjgar Williams, With .Nerves Like UP HERE," Steel, Declares That If It Wasn't Fer SAYS Tanlac He'd Not. Be Able to Go About His Hazardous Task With the Ease STEEPLEand Composure He "Now Enjoys. JACK t L. H. : 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. Jones J. B. JbjSHbbS CNDERTAKER AND EMBAMtER Representative SamuelJ. Trib-blGeorgia, dies in Washington DR. N. MURRELL t postage for local "firstclass mail deliveries and a DENTIST zone system of rates for second Office, Front rooms :ih Jeffries BTd'g class matter, which is expected up Stairs. greatly to increase the charges - Kentucky for magazines and other periodColumbia, icals having a nation-widcirculation, are provided for in the annual postoffice appropriation bill, carrying about $327,000,000. Congress is petitioned to- - increase salaries of Census Bureau Residence Phone 13 B Business Phoe IS e, J. One-cen- perched on a slim flagpole atop a huge iT gives skyscraper, far above the- bustling ME STEADY street throngs. There is a glint of diamond clear- N ERVES ness in his gaze; every move he makes is swift, sure, unfaltering. His man- AND ner is as unconcerned as that of a PERFECT man painting a sidewalk save that he always wears a cheery, rippling smile. Smile of Perfect. Health. It's the "Tanlac smile," the same smile that thousands of people are now -- yVV learning daily, after months and years of worries from frayed-ou-t nerves, ruined digestion and thinned red blood. - Watch Edgar Williams, steeplejack, w.JIliams. !m ?S ;ifggr ;gg: $ "v "5 t ; BRYANT & SHIVELY, Jewelers and Optometrists 1-- ' ' -- KRS J. $'- - h:. &$ U Campbellsville, Ky. $ & : V 'Vf ; rrl 4?k5 e employees. An organized effort directed by the American Federation of Labor to induce Congress to grant wage and salary all employees increases-t- of the United States Government, from PresAny kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to ident down to the humblest Bend out in a Tew minutes after receiving planned. order. No extra charge for hearse. All kinds of Stock of gold coin and bullion Robes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co 52 A in United States Treasury Home Phono estimated at $2,700,136797G, greatest in our history. Wanted, Walnut Kernels Efficient military organization of the nation demands abandonment of the present system of Will pay 12i cents per selecting candidates for admispound for small pieces, sion to the Military Academy, Secretary Baker declares in his 14 cts. for large pieces, annual report. Clean Stock. Preliminary estimates place the cost of conducting the GovW. T. HODQEN, ernment for the coming fiscal BOX 232. year 1918, exclusive of the posCAMPBELLSVILLE, xy. tal secvice, which is expected to be and other deductions, at $1,278,921,000. Office: Russell BIdg. Congressman Long worth, of Res. Phone No. 1. Ohio, buys new hats foF14 members of the House Ways and M. D. Means Committee as result of election wager. Columbia, Ky. One hundred Senators and Congressmen, call on President W(ll Answer All Calls. Wilson at White House and on his Bill introduced in Congress WELL DRILLER providing for embargo on exports of news print paper for I will drill wells in Adair an two years. adjoining counties. See me be Bill introduced in Congress to Latest im- extend President's term to six fore contracting. years and abolish Electoral Colproved, machinery of all kinds. lege, Pump Repairing Done. -- Give During President Wilson's ad me a Call. dress to Congress a band of suffragettes in the galleries let I. C. YATES loose yellow silken banner bearing in great black letters the inscription: "President Wilson, what will you do for woman sufCOLUMBIA, KY. self-sustainin- ALPINE PEAKS HAVE MORE TERRORS FOR THE CHAMOIS THAN HAVE SKYSCRAPER CORNICES OR GIANT SMOKESTACKS FOR THIS DARING HUMAN FLY. the family at all seasons, the "menu" being changed as often as economy will admit. Unless the ground is unusually rough and the-soloose, making it apt to be easily washed, every foot. of the. grain stubble land ought to be plowed before the ground freezes up. The benefits of fall stirring are too many to enumerate in this brief mention, but any who try the plan will be thoroughly convinced by the results of next season's cropping on fall stirred land. An Iowa farmer left "his new automobile in his barn. He won't do it any more for he hasn't any automobile nor barn left, after the big fire! Not only did he lose the automobile and barn by this carelessness, but many implements, grain, hay, live stock and other valuable articles were totally lost, for he could not secure one cent orf insurance, after leaving his auto- il mobile,- - (which contained a gas oline tank,) in the barn. Danger Signal. bell should rind would run and stop it or go and help to put out the fire? lb is much the same way with a coug. A cough is a danger signal as much as a lire bell. You should no more try to suppress lb than to stop a fire bell when it is ringing, bub should cure the disease that causes the coughing. This can nearly always be done by taking Chamberlain'sCough Eemedy. Many have use ib with the most beneficial results. Ib is especially valuable for the persistent cough that so often follows a b'ad cold or an attack of the grip. Mrs. Thomas Beeching, Andrews, Ind., writes:., "During the winter my husband takes you If the lire cold easily and coughs and coughs. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the best medicine for breaking up these attacks and j ou cannot get him to take any other." Obtainable ab Paull " Adv Drug Co. Nervous Women. Dr. James Triplet! DESSTTIST When the nervousness is caused by .me that for many years I shall be able constipation, as is often the case, you OVER A.TXUCi DRUG CO. the smile of perfect health, vitality to follow my dangerous occupation will get quick relief by taking Chamand strength yet it is the kind of without the slightest fear'of my nerves berlain's Tablets. These tablets also Columbia, Ky. smile that everybody can have and 'failing me. improve the digestion. Obtainable at keep all the time. "If I have not always felt at bome Co. Adv RES PHONE SO. OFFICE FEON1 suspended high in mid-ai- r Widely Known For Daring. I do now. Paull Drug It's the only real and enduring smile g, James Taylor, con-gratulatel- Williams is a wonderful steeplejack. He lives in Cincinnati at 262 Ridgeley street, yet his reputation for daring and skillful work at dizzy heights is nation wide. He likes his work, and the more difficult it is to reach the "Job," as he nonchalantly calls it, the better. Ask. him why he feels as much at home dangling high .In the air as he does near his own cozy fireside, and he answers simply, "P.erfect health." He will tell you also that if it were not for Tanlac he- - would, not be able to go about his hazardous occupation with the ease and composure he now enjoys. Tanlac Assures Safety. Here's what he says: "Tanlac is a boon to me and assures Tanlac, the master medicine and re constructive tonic, is sold exclusively in Columbia, Ky., by PAGE & HAMILTON. , Other exclusive agents In nearby towns are as follows: Crocus, Ky.pJ. P. Miller & Sons. The prospect of a difficult job doe3 not in the least worry me. I prepare for it by taking Tanlac. A few days before an unusually hard bit of work I tone up my system by taking Tanlac regularly. It quiets my nerves and puts my stomach and general physique, into perfect athletic shape. Wife Also Praises It. "My wife also declares Tanlac to be the finest medicine in the world for nervous women," he says. "For a long period she was irritable, nervous and restless. Headaches .and general debility had weakened her. -- Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money LOUISVILLE TVlalrx HOTEL 6 & Louisville, Kentucky. The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. Single. $2 00 per day; 2 people, $2 00 each 73 Rooms (With Meals) " " Speople. 2 25 " 50 2 50 2pcOple. 2 50 " Single '3 CO 50Front Rooms KoomslWith Private Bath: Single 3 00 per day; 2 people. 2 75 "'- 50 Rooms Single 3 50 per day; 2 people. 3 00 ' 50 Rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Batw but with Hot and Cold Running Water. r. Slngle.$l 00 per day 2 people $0 73 each 75Rooms (Without Meals) Single, 1 25 per day; 2 people 100 each 50 Room s Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 1 25 each '50 Front Rooms Rooms with Private Bath: CO Rooms Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each Single. 2 00 per day; 2 people 150 each 50 Rooms.. . Street Beetween 7th run-dow- n, y Tanlac has restored her and she enjoys the vitality and ambition that comos only from a healthy body and mind." to-da- "" """ Gresham, Ky., T C. Moore& Co Cooper, Ky'., Coffey Bros. Exie, Ky. L. G. Wilcox. Waterview, Ky , Thos. M. Allen. Coburg, Ky., C. H Jarvis. Adv. Olga, Ky , H. E. Lov- - THE OLD INN, Louisville, Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 and up. Ky., Gor. 6th and Main PIxASSr 02TE.Y Sts. 'a EUROPEAN Farm. Flashes and Home Beams. Speak well of your neighbor-oth- ers will, speak enough ill. Too many of our farm homes are not equipped with a bathroom. f,HEST PRICES PAID Remlttaaeo Mailed ea Day Shipment is Received No Commission to Pay Write for Price LUt Shipping Taga md M. Sabel & Sons lacarporat EtUMitaea 1856 LOUISVILLE. KY. The standard of living is becoming more elevated in the rural om munity no less than in to tfn3 and cities. Farm families now ke?p tep with modern and require modern civ-iliztti- on ft i L equipmentr Good reading matter is fcvery desirable in the home, especially the.winter when people are more or 1ps3 shut in. By taking advantage of the combinations we have arranged, our readers are enabled to get much good litera ture for a gmall price. "Order is heaven's first law" and it shouid be 'the first on the Republican Congressional Cam- farm. paign Committee spent $346,031 Let every child have at least in recent campaign. A balance one tree or shrub to care for as of $34,700 remains. "his very own." President Wilson, in his adGive all the boys and girls a dress delivered in person before chance on the farm-- or tney'U Congress, urges settlement of find it somewhere else. railroad problems, corrupt pracPlug that hole in the culvert tices act anda broader govern- between your place and town, ment for Porto Rico. thus removing a menace to every 'President Wilson gives dinner man, vehicle and beast that passat White House in honor of hiB es over it. campaign managers. Every farmer ought to have a Bill introduced in Congress to system of pulleys swung to a Winter Brings Colds to Children. appropriate $5,000,000 to assist frame on which to unload his A child .rarely goes through the whole and wagon box by him- wintWithoub a cold, and every mothk farmers in destroying the Hes ' self. This surely is "the easy er should have a reliable remedy hansianfly. dv. Feverr sore throat, tight client way." and croupy coughs are sursymptoms Is there any reason why every A dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey Gped Reading. farmer should not have neat let- will loosen the phlegm, "relieve the conDr. J. T. Jones will send his book of terheads and printed "return" gested lungs and stoj) the cough. Its 90 pieces in'Prose and Terse, by mail, envelopes," the" same ashe mer- antiseptic pine balsams heal and to anyone sending him a .Postal .Money chant, the lawyer, the banker soothe. For croup, whooping cough and chronic bronchiaLtroubles try Order f 6r 25 cents to Glensf ork, Ky. I and other "business men?" Pine Tar Ho'ney. Ab Paull Thy are on sale at The News office ' Do your ahare toward improv Drag Co., 25c. fy Adv also. frage?" hay-rac-- ing the roads before they freeze up. One day's work now, will give the, worked earth time to pack and settle before it freezes, is worth two days' work later in the fall. Your writer tries to hold a nice pasture lot in reserve for'the fall grazing to the herds, thu3 furnishing this class of feed at a season when most other herds are doing without it. It also economises in stored feed, by not , havidg to use it so early. ' balanced ration" Is The just as essential in the home as in the feeding, pens more so! Plain, wholesome food-- , containing the elements necessary for the upbuilding of a strong, healthy body and a clear, active happy mind, should be supplied Rooms With Private Bath, $1.50 up. tho Old Inn are Locatedin the Wholesale District and only athree-blockThe Louisville Hotel and Walk to the retail district and theaters. Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. You Need a Tonic 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 loinor CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Begin taking Cardui today. 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." Sold by all dealers. Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., Has Helped Thousands. Dr.-Bell'-s Hill i h! JdflL. Jfl. jMLjBA ( if T- - 'I -T f"" y..-- ? - v sasass . fHft AbAli GdtJNTY .. -- ' HffiWS A . . mm . . Saturday, Dec. 30, life' Special Uuletifce Httractton THURSDAY EVENING-- , DEC. 28 Presents the World's Greatest Soprano . Thursday, Jan. 4, .n an The Dainty, Diminutive Screen Star The World's Sweetheart w Marguerite park JESSE L. LASKY THE-GREATES- T Mary Pickford In an Original Drama' of Circus and Grand Opera Star "STILL WATERS" Two Performances, Admission 6:30 and 8. ' IN - GERALDINE FARRAR Pr-n-nr.11nr- "CARMEN" EVER SEEN". In the Beloved Role of In a Magnificient Cho-Cho-S- Photo-Adoptio- n of . thenmortal Classic SCREEN" PRODTJCTION OF "nATTvriHTNr T 5c. "Madame butterfly-Tw- o Performances 6;30 and 8: Special Music From The Opera Two Performances 6:30 and 8: .Admission Qc Admission 10c. ' W aimnnmmnnwmnmnnmn N. M. Tutt 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X Roads, Russell County, on Dixie nigh-way- . Estimated to have 75,000 ft saw timber. Price $1,200 33 acres li miles from Columbia 7 acres bottom, balance fresh land. Four room box house, well w tered. Price $830. Three houses, 7, 6,- and 5 rooms, acre lots, good wells, in the town of Columbia, west of Graded School. Price Sl,200Ae acn. 96 acres of limestoue land, good spring, G room box house, good barns, a miles JN. w. Columbia. S1150. first-clas- s - SparRsville. Revs. M. S. Ferrell and A. W. Rowe have just closed a meeting at Morris' Chapel and have begun one at Harmony; Foxes Wanted $2.50 to $4.00 Each. W. G. R. Reed Tin & REED ' SiV four QKnderTounnfcCar rtodel D35. i ( BKAT, ESTATE nSBEHB3fc3&i2aS3&isa55322S55 Price $665 f. o. b. Michigan. (SEaaScs ;3rKE2jS3 DEALERS Offer the following Property for Sale: COLUMBIA., KY. liiiiiiitiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiaiiiua Gradyvilie. aHBjHPHHC ltiHHB'99fln We had plenty of rain and snow this week. Our creek was frozen over several days of this week. FARM LAND H. C. Keltner and A. B. Hendrick-sonspent- a 140 acres of good lime stone land day or so at Greensburg Price $1,020 f. o. b. Michigan. well watered, good, dwelling and out the first of the week. x buildings on public road, and in a good Mr. Moore, the fertili"Valve-in-Head- " neighborhood. Price $4,200.00, one-ha- lf zer man of Jamestown, passed through cash, the balance on easy terms --This farm lies six miles S. E. of Co- here the first of the week for Edmon For all weather-- or all purposes there's a Buick for all the family. ton. lumbia, Ky. For winter driving over snowy streets; for cross country touring; T. W. Dowell spent last Sunday at - FARM " Mell, visiting his daughter, Mrs. Ed- if a big car is needed or a small car is desired, there's a Buick to fit Of 100 acres of the best land in Adair wards your requirements. Prices from six hundred fifty to eighteen huncounty. Good dwelling, 2 good barns The first Quarterly meeting for this dred dollars. Illustrated catalog giving specifications mailed on remile from Cane and outbuildings, circuit will be held here next Satur- quest or will be glad to demonstrate to anyone expecting to buy. Valley. Price $6,500. day and Sunday. FARM There has been quite a lot of game 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, Of on Green river, l mile from pike now bagged here during the recent snow. . Columbia, Kentucky. under construction. 52 acres river Our marksmen have lost no time. bottom. Good dwelling, barn and outDr. L. C. Nell bought, last week buildings, 2 good orchards. Price from W. J. Janes, 30 bbls of corn at spent a day or so here the first of the Public Sale. week, visiting the family of Mr. C. O, $5,000. 3.50 per bbl. TOWN PROPERTY Joel Rodgers spent a day or so on Moss. We were all glad to see him. Nine room two story dwelling and his farm, at Roach ville, last week, He was accompanied from this place Persons who want bargains should ' lot, situated on one of the best res, and orr his return home came by to Edmonton by Will Ed Hunter .attend the sale of H. A. Murrell, near dence streets in Columbia, near the Greensburg. Miss Ora Moss will leave in a few Cfaycraft, Thursday, pecember 21st. square, barn and out buildings. A Miss Finn, of Keltner, visited Mrs. days for VanLear, where she will Four good mares, milch cows, heifers, very desirable home. A bargain. spend the remainder of the winter one and two years old. A. farm wagon, Strong Hill a day or so of last week. Price on application. a surrey, good as new, one buggy, Mrs. E. R. Baker was on the sick with her sister,. Mrs. Smith. 115 Acres of good land in a good farming implements, a lot of 'neighborhood, good buildings on pub- list a day or so of last week. corn, fodder, and many other articles, I keep on .nandsa full stock of including a Rodgers & Dowell, our mill men, lic road, about 8 miles south of ColumKingsburry piano, used have been exceedingly busy for the coffins, caskets, and "robes. I also keep only one year, and cost $350. Terms bia. Price $1,600. (Bargain) past three months, in sending out and Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and of sale will be 40 Acres lime stone land, very good announced on day of selling Hour and brand to their various two hearses. Prompt service night or sale. buildings, desirable place to live, A 7.3b. day. Residence Phone 29, office miles south.of Columbia. Price $1,000 exchanges they have scattered around phone 98. over the county, and that speaks for House and Lot: House with six itself, that the flour is first-clas-s 45-- 1 Born, to the wife of Amos Loy, yr J. F. Tdptett, rooms, good out buildings, good water Fair play, December 20, 1916, a son, Columbia, Ky. and other conveniences, just out of Mr. Charles Diddle, of Adairville, town limits. Price $850. i House with 9 rooms just outof town two shops, all buildings good, com parti vely new. Price $1,900. -40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap residence) lying 31 miles N. W. of Columbia. Price 8600.00. . 30 Acres land, good-neresidence, 2 A Safe Place to Your Children good springs, a good well. Price $700. .31 miles N, W. of Columbia. $800 for house and lot near the public square, good garden, good well, barn &c. Desirable place and is worth the money asked. $1,500 for 581 acres of land lying 2 miles S- W. of the town of Columbia, near the Glasgow road, new 5- room box house, good barn, good well in yard'25 acres in meadow, 25 acres In cultivation, ballance in timber. 1 cash the balance on time to suit purchaser 7 acres of good limestone land. Three room residence, two barnv'two good springs, one well, one of the best locations in Grady ville. Away from the creek. P.rlce 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. well-know- n TrHODGEN, BOX 232, CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY. Lenis.Rowe, Frank Wilson and John Whitehead are busy hauling breast yokes and single trees from Dingo to part visited at the home of Mr. and Columbia S. C. Chapman, pastor of the Mrs W. II. Bloydslast Friday night. llev Gradyvilie circuit, took his leave for LA li reported a nice time Those be Virginia last week to visit his mother ing present were as follows: Misses Mae Upton, Floy Petty, Mae and HelSeveral farmers of this part are en Morgan; Messrs. Chester and Carl hauling their tobacco to market ToPetty, Horace and Heischel Morgan, bacco is bringing the bestr price on Ruel Ross and James Lewis the market it has ever brought." The death angel visited the home of R. L. Rowe and son, Ora, made a Mr. jmd Mrs .Hiram Jackman and business trip to Louisville last week. claimed for its victim their darling baby, Johnnie Alice, who was bord November 8, 1916 and died December Crocus. five weeks and three j 17, making ir, days old. We say to the bereaved weep little father, Several of the young folks of this not for mother and is only sistersbefore. gon little Alice THE GREAT Farmers Protection Sale Will be conducted by Buick Motors Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG. KENTUCKY, . ROWE & HrLL5 A.GTS. Beginning November 14 ONE HUNDRED BEST MADE FARM WAGONS AT PRICES VUNDER COMPETITION. ONE HUNDRED BUGGIES TEN DOLLARS LESS THAN ' PRESENT COST. Land Rollers, Clod Crushers, Disc Harrows, Cultivators and Plows have advanced from Fifty to One Hundred per cent. We will save i buck-board- s, you money if you buy now. SHOES We offer Ten Thousand Dollare worth of Shoes at Old Prices. Don't wait 'tilliext spring to find out how you would have appreciated these prices offered now. . Clothing has advanced Fifty per cent. We offer One Thousand Suits at old prices. Buy now. New Styles. Up-to-da- te Lindsey Wilson Training Put School An immense stock of dry goods, bought before the advance. At low prices while they last. Ladies Cloaks at low prices. Sugar, 11 pounds $1.00. ' Good Coffee, 6 pounds $1.00. 10c. Calu-- , met Baking Powder, 4 for 25c. A small lot of Calico at 5c. Like the great North American Pigeon the last of the species. 1000 yards in the lot sold in 6 and 8 Yard Lengthy. Good Indigo Blue Overall at $1.00. . We offer Woven Wire Pence 20 per cent upder market. - - ;Wil send "and article by mail; if not satisfactory can be returned. -- ing of 200 acres, 100 acres in woodland, 90 acres lngrass, 10 acres in cultivation, dwelling and barn. Situated 41 miles south of Campbellsville, on Robinson creek. Price $3,000. 124 acre farm, 21 miles S. W. of Dunn ville, in Adair, Casey, and Russell counties, reasonable good buildings, good orchard, good spring, well water, 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, 20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, limeetooe land, $600 to $800 worth of FArm in Taylor county Consist- v. K Matriculation and Enrollment, Monday, January This is a Special Term fdrthose who are Preparing to teach. WRITE NOW FOR'ROtOMS."4 1, 1917. , We have thoroughly tried out the Chevrolet Automobiles, and recommend the Baby Grand as luxurious in all it's appointments equal to aiiy Car on the market at a much higher price. We will take pleasure in demonstrating this Car to aay one expecting to buy one this winter or in the spring. Price $800.00. We aso 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 . moss -- & chandler; Kentucky;".' v proposition for If you have any intention of buying at all during the coming season, write us. We will give any inlor"-matirequested. Sub-Agent- s. on V- timber. Price 92,800. Columbia; y "WOODSON XjEWIS . i