You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Adair County news: January 3, 1917 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1917 ada1917010301_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: January 3, 1917 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. & p. VOLUME XX ill r - mmt COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, ftmxntn -- KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3. 1917. 1. NUMBER 10 fne- Ppsslbility of Aposiacy. - Masonic Elections. Mr. Firkin Announces. Elsewhere in this issue of the News the announcement of Mr. T. A. Firkin, of the Cane Valley precinct, appears for the office of County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Republican party, as expressed at the -- Former Student is Gaining Fame. Columbia Lodge, No. 230 Unde? 0. 0. F. Death of a Good Woman. On Saturday night the 23rd of December, 1916, Mrs. Lucy. Northrop Balloo, who was the beloved wife of J. W. Balloo, and who lived two miles from Columbia, after an illness of several mcntlis, crossed to the dthexside. She was sixcy years six months and eight days old? Only a few years ago she and her husband removed from Irish Bottom, Cumberland county, to Adair, locating on the farm her husband purchased from L O. Hindman. She was a fine woman, and had been a member of the Christian Church for about twelve years. She was a comparative stranger to the people of thia locality, but those who had formed heracquaintance speak of her in the hishest terms. Besides her husband, she leaves four children, one daughter and three sons. The remains were corjveyed to the Irish Bottom for interment. The above heading was the theme Last Wednesday night, Columbia for Rev. J. S. Chandler's discourse, Lodge, No , 96, F. and A. M., elected last Sunday forenoon, at the Metho- the following officers for the ensuing dist; Church, this city He selected year: for a text: "If a man thinketh he GrA. Kemp, Master standeth, leb- him take heed lest he Sam Lewis, S. Warden. - fall.?' sented a wonderfully strong argument, delivered in a most forcible manner. The auditorium and annex were full of friends, of all denominations, who delight to hear Eev. Chaddler, who was a popular paBtor here for three years. The sermon was delivered in true Christian spirit, the speaker stating that) all denominations were agreed upon the essentials, but were Dot together on the He also preached to a large congregation Sunday, night, his subject being: "The-Phase- s of Baptism." Those who differ witjv.Rev.'Chandler admire him for his frankness and also for his ability to handle' a subject intelligently. ings of the Methodist Church, he pre Prom the standpoint of the teach- ' " . Mill Starr. You will find me-- at my mill on Water.Street, every day to do your grinding, and . chopping. Bring on your corn. 10 26 J. C. Yates. A -- Pretty Wedding. Last Wednesday afternoon a small company of friends assembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Upton, near Glenville, to witness the marriage of their daughter, Miss Ruth Upton, to Mr. J. Heber Lewis, of Somerset. The ceremony was beautifully said by Eld. Z. T. Williams. The bride is accomplished and was one of Adair county's best young ladies. The groom is jn the hotel business, with his father, at Somerset, aud is very popular with his many friends. Thanks. Since we shall have no regular service, in which we shall meet the greater part of our church people before we leave for our sojourn in Belton, Texas, we take this method of thanking the ladies of the Christian Church for their purse of more than twenty dollars, which they sent us at the Christmas time. Not only for the amount of the gift, but for the love which prompted the donors, we are sincerely thankful Z. T. Williams and wife. Donble Wedding. Elected the following officers for the the date of December 10 the ensuing year, last Thursday night: Cincinnati Inquirer has an extended J. C. Strange, Noble Grand. notice regarding the musical career D. M.. Moore, Vice Grand. of Miss Gwendolyn Bayless, a recent Henry Hurt, Secretary. graduate of the Schuster School, and J. F. Patteson, Treasurer. who has been engaged for the coming The appointive officers will be named coming August primary. M. L. Grissom, JVWarden season by the Louis O. Runner Con- later. Mr. Firkin is a gentleman of exceDr.- J. N. Murrell, Treasurer. llent character, and has , been an cert Company, of Chicago, for the G. E. Wilson, Secretary. active business man of Adair county "Four Artists Company." Miss Bay-les- s W. T. Price, S. Deacon. Graded School Honor Roll. was a student of the Monmouth for fifteen or eighteen years. He is Edgar Reed, J. Deacon. Eighth Grade. a son of Wilson Firkin and was reared College Conservatory of Music in 1912, J. A. Willis, Tyler. in Metcalfe county, his father being a and made a large circle of friends Walter Ingram The following is the Honor Roll for f Stewards A. G. Todd native of Adair. A little less than while here She is a niece of Charles December, 1916" twenty years ago Mr. Firkin opened a M. Young, of this city. Monmouth, Lillian Logan. GLENSFOBK LODGE, NO. 528. general store at Keltner, this county, 111., paper. Lola Maupin. Elected as follows: where he successfully sold goods and. "Miss Bayless was the music teacher Katie Taylor. H. K. Walkup, Master. last year and made handled tobacco for a number of years. in Lindsey-Wilso- n Eva Walker. J. W. Jones, S. Warden. He has been conducting a general a very enviable reputation while here Lewis Coffey. George Smith, J. Warden. store at Cane "Valley for about ten as an instructor. She also has many Stewart nuffaker. J. W Marshall, Treasurer. ' years, and is popular with every body friends jn Columbia. Otha Miller. HfK. Traylor, Secretary with whom he deals. He is well The Honor Roll for the other grades Public Sale. W. R'. Taylor, S. Deacon. qualified forthe office of County Clerk, will appear in next issue of The News. : M. E. Blair, J. Deacon. and there is not a doubt but he would Do not fail to attend the sale of J. Great influx of pupils at Lindsey-Wilso- n C. A. Walker, Tyler. make painstaking officer should he be C. Blair at Garlin on Friday, Jan. 12, this morning. elected. He hopes to see all the voters 1917 ne will offer some TAHWCO LODGE, NO. 419. valuable in the county before the primary, and Masonic Lodge meets Friday night. in the way of mujes and horses, Officers elected to this lodge were: in the meantime he asks that his can- stock Work in the First.- also a big lot of corn, hay and fodder, . Bingham Moore, Master. didacy be given a favorable considerahousehold and kitchen furniture. For E. W. Rice, S. Warden. tion. Gradyville. . particulars see bills now posted. W. R. Johnson, J. "Warden. ' Public Sale. t Plenty rain this week. J. W. Sublett, Treasurer. I G. D. O. Eubank, Secretary. spent a day at Red Program C. W. B. M. I will; on Saturday, Jan. 13, 1917, Lick last week. R. W. Page, Tyler. offer for sale on my farm, 1 mile north S. E. Hood, S. Deacon. The regular meeting of C. W. B. M. W. G. Pickett, of Pickett, was in of Montpelier,and 1 mile east of EpAuxiliary will be iu the Chapel of the our midst the first of the week. J. M. Hancock, J. Deacon. person's Mill, on Russell Creek, the N. A. Johnson, Chaplain. following: Household and kitchen fur Christian Church January 9, 1917 Mrs. Dan Tarter, of Allen, "111., is The following program will be given visiting her friends and An elegant dinner was prepared by niture, 3 No,. 1 men's saddles, 1 side relatives in the ladies and the officers were public- saddle, 12 Columbus wagon nearly as Tuesday afternoon at 2:30: this community at this time. , Song. ly . 10-2- ' installed GRADTVILLE LODGE. M. Riall, Master. E. S. Whitlock, S. Warden. N. H. Moss, J. Warden. U. N Whitlock, Treasurer. W. M Wilmore, Secretary. A. R. Yates, S. Deacon. J. R. Tutt, J. Deacon. G. T. Flowers, Tyle'r. BREEDING LODGE, NO. 510, J. Evin Roberts, Master. Darrell Strange, S. "Warde. Hadis Harvey, J. Warden. G. W. Curry, Treasurer. F. A. Strange, Secretary. C. C. Roe, S. Deacon. X. W. Scott, J. Deacon. C. W. Roberts, Tyler. A. W. Roe, Chaplain. HOOD LODGE, NO. 839. , D. M.' Bryant, Master. W. P. Bryant, S. Warden. Collie Murrell, J. Warden. S. I. Blair, Treasurer. Robt. Bailey, Secretary. W. N. Hurt, S. Deacon. J. T. Gooden, J. Deacon. W. A. Burton, Tyler. . Eld, C. C. Lloyd officiated at a double wedding the 20th of December, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feese, who live at Cane Valley. The i stewaras contracting parties were Mr. Thomas 10 2t . Cave and Miss Mattie S. Feese; Mr. P. T. Powell, Chaplain Likes the News. Eugene R. Bice and Miss Bachel N. Feese, the brides being sisters. Quite Wanted. Bradfordsville, Ky., Dec. 28, '17. a number of friends witnessed the Married negro man on the farm, Dear Charlie and John Ed: ceremcny. All the parties are solemn Enclosed you will find check to pay excellent people, and they were the must be good hand with team, reliable, sober and industrious. Will give good for another years subscription to the recipients of many presents. wages, straight time, permanent em- News. I have been a contributor to Mr. W G. McKinley bought from ployment, and furnish board, room, The Newscontinuouslysince its birth. C. S. Harris a registered Duroc, com- light, heat and bath. Make written I enjoy the many letters it contains, ing that has proven to application to especially fr"om W. M. Wilmore, of Chas. W. Caldwell, be one of the best breeders in thjs Grady ville, ray dear old home, Melvin P. O. Box 324, Danville, Ky., section of the country. This hog White, N. C.j Luther Wilmore, Mo.; weighs nearly 400 pounds, iu moderate accompanied by reference from former WiUie Mooneyham, Texas, and many flesh has the bone, length and form. employer. others too tedious to mention. Wish. Will serve at $1.00. Mrs. Fayette Davis and Miss Mollie ing you and all The News force a hapMrs. P. F. Squires, Milltown, who Caldwell have purchased of Mr. J. S. py and successful New Year. I remain yours Truly, . is an ardent admirer of President Breeding, the residence in which the H. C. Walker. Wilson and his administration, re- latter resides, on the street leading to ports that during the year of 1916 she the Graded School building, and will First class milk cow for sale. sold in chickens eggs and butter 8200 9S ge$ possession soon. Consideration, S. F. Eubank. t worth and got the cash for same. $3,500. The two little cottages reSold Out. Mrs Squires is 60 years old and looked cently built on the upper end of the after her poultry, etc , hersetf. by Mr. Breeding. lot were reserved Mr JoF Patteson his stock A black muff left at Barger Bro3. This home Is well located and has all of goods to Mr. J. N Coffey and the conveniences. Columbia Ky. latter is now in possession, doing busiAdministrator's Notice. ness at the same stand. Mr. Coffey The banquet of the pupils and former pupils of the Columbia High has spent many years in the mercantile-buAll persons owing the estate of the siness, School, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. hence he is on to his Geo. 13. Wilson, last Wednesday night, late Dr. B. F. Taylor, by note or ac- job. Mr. Patteson has not decided" was a very delightful affair. There count, are hereby""notified to call at the character of business he will enwere many toasts and some very hap- my office and settle. The business of gage iu, but he will not be idle. His the estate must be closed in the next many friends wish him success in the py and amusing responses. few months. calling he may choose, but it Is hoped of Mr. E. G Shaw, a former citiz-jtJames Taylor, Administrator. he will not take the Western fever ' this place, was married iu CampbellsHe is needed at home. ville, to Mrs. Bessie Ray Wilkerson, Mrs. Sallie Thomas, who was the Wednesday evening of last week. The The January number of the Pictorial ceremony took place after prayer wife of Tandy Thomas, died recently, Review is a splendid issue of that'pop-uta- r was fifty years She meeting In the parlors of the Christ-- . near Glenville. magazine It should be a visitor old and. had been a member of the Ian church, that city every home, as every number conChristian Church a'good many years. to Dr. S. P Millier, the health, officer, The funeral services were conducted tains matter of special Interest. 216-2- Adreports that there .are a number, of by Eld. F. J. Barger, a goodly num- dress, the Pictorial Review, cases of smallpox in the colored settle- ber of friends and relatives being West 30th St., New York, N. Y. of town, and people present. ment, south-weOn Christmas Day Miss Nora Rog.are warned to keep away from that ,Mr. 3$,. L. Faulkner, who. is an ex- ers aud Mr. Ben Baily were married, locality. ' tensive tobacco dealer, is receiving while seated iu their buggy, by Rev. Thetoneof trie allies reply to Ger-- : crops here that he has purchased over F. J. larger, i upfront of the minismany's peace proposals, indicates that the county. He presented-u- s witlfa ters residence The groom is a faftn-- . Is no probability of the settle-,me- sample, a few days ago.rown in Tay- er and he andnis bride will reside in 'there of hostilities at this time. , - lor county, as bright and as pretty as Adair county. any we ever saw,Ji quality that will TiOBT. Pair of eye glasses, in black On account of the. crowded condi. ,. r Jbrlng big money. case, rewaru is uueieu, tion of our columns, the report of the r Dr C. M. Russell. County court brought a large crowd all day Missionary meeting of the lato Columbia last Monday. Business dies of the Methodist Church, is deThe January term of the Adair cir- was fairly good during the day. ferred until next week. cuit court .will open Monday week. gsr""' wheat drill, corn drill, mowing machine and rakes, 2 ttirhing plows, harrows, and harness, and numerous other things, 2 shorthorn cows, one four years old, with young calf, and an extra good one, the other a stripper giving 2 gallons per day, and a number one milk and butter cow, 1 fine registered shorthorn bull, 2 years old, 9 nice ewes ready to Iamb, 12 shoats, weighing from 50 to 75 pounds. Also I will offer for sale, ruy fine jack, Black Hawk. This is a fine young jack 6 years old, Black with mealy points, 15 hands high, and an extra, good breeder, and as sure as any body's jack. Any one wanting a number 1 jack will do well to come and see this one and investigate his breeding qualities. I 125 barrels of will also offer picked corn in 5 and 10 barrel lots. I will also at the same time and place, offer my farm containing 107 acres. This farm lies within-- 1 mile of Mont-pelipost office, 1 mile from Church, mile of school house and is regarded i as the best farm in this section of country. Terms made known on day of sale. V. M. Epperson, Montpelier, Ky. S. Breeding, Auctioneer. J. er good as new, farming utensils, two-years-o- ld, -- 10-2- t. 9-- tf 10-l- has-sol- d l l-3- m 26 st nt r a t.w Mrs. Ray Montgomery is spending a few weeks with her mother and other relatives in Warren county. Rev. Mr M, Murrell and wife, of Bardstown, visited at the home of Dr. J. N. Murrell last Thursday. Miss Mabel Conover has just returned from Louisville, where she spent several days shopping. Mr. Count Stults is on the sick list. Mr. T. O. Patteson spent the hol-- s idays in Western Kentucky. Mrs. W. E. Bradshaw and little son, Edward, arrived from Louisville last Ray Caldwell, of Milltown section, Thursday, to spend several weeks. Beble reading, Mrs. Myers. was through here, last week, buying Mr. Jesse Murrell, who lives three Prayer, Mrs. Rubarls. hogs for future delivery. miles from Columbia, is a victim of Period. Business Roll Call, Respond to roll-caand has it in violent form. with a Graham and Demam, Keltner, made small-poquotation from the Bible or a mission- a. trip over to Campbellsville, last Mr. Jo Rosenfield, who is engaged week, visiting their relatives. ary item. at Middlesboro, visited his family Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Baker were, call- here last week, spending several days. Mexican work in U. S., Mrs. Sallie Rowe. ed to the bedside of their father,. Mr. Mr. C. S. Harris attended the Press Gaither Bryant, in the Pettittsfork Association, heard Mr. Bryan speak The Men and Millions' Movement, Miss Victoria nughes. section, who is in a very serious con- and looked after some business in Is the Union of God's People Com- dition. Louisville last week. ing? Mrs. Cora Rowe. Mr Peter Compton, of the Basil Miss Frances Conover, who is teachReview of Bible Study, Mrs. Neat. community, was in our town last Fri- ing at Broadhead, Ky., left for her Hidden Answers, Mrs. Massie. day and reports everything moving work Monday, after spending the holItems of general interest about Des along nicely, with a Merry in idays with her mother and sister. Moines Convention, Mrs. Price. "his section Miss Ora Moss, Gradyville, left last Suggestions J or plans of work for the Ed Hill, student of L. W. T..S., of Wednesday morning, to spend the future, Mrs Coffey. Columbia, is spending this week at winter with her sister, Mrs. Herbert Z. T. Williams, President. Mrs. home. Srnh, Van Lear, Johnson county, Mrs. Cora Rowe, Secretary. W. B. mil, the n Pratt's Ky. food man, is spending this week with ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Mrs. W. D. Jones and little son, OF KENTUCKY. his relatives at this place, Herschel Baker, left Saturday mornA. B. Wilmore, of Kansas City, ing for Louisville, where they will be N. M. Tutt, Pltff. ) ! vs. dame in the first of the week, to spend met by Mr. Jones, who is there for a Bill Nute Smith &c. Defts. ) the holidays with his home people. week or two. By an order of the Adair Circuit George Cole and family, who have Mr. C. M. Herriford and family are Court, entered at the September term, been living in Illinois for the past returning tiis week from Buffalo, La1916, in the above styled 'case, I will, year, have come "back to old Ken- rue county. They will occupy Mrs. at my office, in Columbia, Kentucky, tucky for their future home Atkin's residence at the end of receive claims, together with proof Miss Christine Nell, who is in Burkesville street. of same, against the estate of Sarah school at Loretta, came home a few Mr. Tobe Hughes, wife and children Smith Miller, deed., from now until days ago to spend Christmas with her left on their return journey to Qua-nathe 13th day of January, 1917. people. Texas, Monday morning. Mr. W. A. Coffey, M. C. A. C. C. " We must saj to our friend, Curt Paul Hughes also started for his place Yarberry, of Cane Valley, that his o'f business, Columbia, Mo. Public Sale. old uncle D. C. Wheeler, has got it on Mr. Leon Lewis left on his return him now in the mule line. He has trip to Toledo, Ohiolasb Thursday On January 20, 1917, 1 will offer for just refused from Beck & Gray, of morning. His sister, Miss Edna, acsale tlie following property: Cumberland county, $375 for a span of companied him as far as Louisville, 2 gelding horses; 1 new Owensboro W. L. Grady's nighway yearling mare where she will visit for some weeks. wagon, 2, 1 milch cow; 2 automobjle mules. This span of mule colts are Mr. Gaither Bryant, an trucks, as good as new; 1 Ford touring the best in thi s section. years soldier, now seventy-eigh- t car, been in use one "year; a small stock Mr. Ed Whitlock, one of our best old, is in feelble health. He is a fine goods, on or before date; 1 house of farmers and business men, bought last citizen, every body being his friend. and lot for sale or rent. 6 room dwellweek, from Mr. J. M. Riall, his farm It is hoped that he will regain his ing, good barn and store house, freight at Bliss. Consideration not known:" health. and poultry house. A number of oil Mr. A. S. Chewning, one of Columdrums and other things too numerous bia's best young men left last Friday to mention. Terms made known on for Hopkinsville where he expects to day of sale. Sale begins at 10 a. m. engage in business during the year L. E. McKinley, 1917. He has the best wishes of the 10-Dunnville, Ky. Mr. Ed Bradshaw, of Bumsides, entire community. ' visited here last week. Program. Mr. and Mre. E. P. Harris of Cat Mrs. Sarah A. Miller is visiting relaj lettsburg, who soent Christmas with The Culture Club will meet with tives in Columbia. Mrs. Harris' father, Mr. W. A. HindMrs George Wilson Monday afterMr. C. B. .Rine, Russell Springs, man, near Milltown, were in Columnoon, 2 p m 8 1917. The January was here a few days ago. following is the program: bia Saturday, leaving for their home Each member to give the history of Mrs. Kinnie Murrell was quite sick the firsfi of the week. ' some famous painting. ., several days of iast week. Mr. Walker Bryant was called to Langauge of Painting Miss, Agnes Hynes. Mr. Cecil Ramsey accompanied his Louisville Thursday on a business propRuskins on the Nature Art Mrs wife from Monticello to this place. osition. At night he heard Mr. BryBallard. -Mr Nat Terrlll, of CaveCity,, spent an and Senator Beckham speak,' Ho How to tell a good picture Mrs. states that he never saw such an ova Bush. several days of last week in Columbia. rs-- . Barger. What Etchings-are-'tiou as was accorded Senatoj Beckham Mr. O. C. Collins, Carapbellsvirie, The 01des6 Painting Mrs. Russell. Mr. Geo, H. Perryman, who is a Bon was here last Wednesday and Thursof "Uncle" Billy Perryman." who left day. ThtMiR You. thirty-fou- r yeara ago, now a busiMr. Paul 'Hamilton, Cincinnati, vis- here Mrs. Bush and I extend a hearty ited his many young friends" here last ness man of Chillicothe, Mo., has just paid his father, who is ninety-od- d thanks to those who." bo generously week. years old, a visit. George seems to be contributed to our Christmas cheer, Mr. Alvin Lyon was in Columbia, in and from his appearance on Christmas evening, by bringing from Campbellsville, a few days of he is prospering in business. many good things to sustain the ' week. physicial man and a spirit that cheers last Eld. Z. T. Williams and wife will Mr. n. A. Murrell and family left leave' y for a three month's stay the soul. P.P. Bush. for Illinois last Thursday, their fu- in Texas, where they will visit Eld. ture home. Williams' son, Lawrence, and other Mr. H. A. Murrell sold his farm, Miss Mary Grissom,' who is teaching lying near Craycraft, to Mr. "Sam from home, spent tho holidays with Telatives and friends.- - For some weeks Eld. Williams' physical conditlon'has Pierce for 82,500. Mr. Pierce sold his ner mother. not been strong, and while he expects farm lying near Garlin, to Mr. L. C. Mr Leslie Allen, of Alabama, spent, Hindman. The exact consideration Christmas with his parents, Mr. and to get much pleasure out of this trip, ' he has hopes of regaining his health, not given. Possession of both places Mis S. A. Allen, the 6ne thing most needful. The given immediately. .,ftMr.. J. W. Short and wife, of. '" ' blessings of Eld. Williams' flock will Bennett, & Smith wish to thank Mnllinix'lasE at thejiome qfMr. E. F. 'fce with him and his companion while week their patrons and friends for their Rev. ."vjllllamj T?n!A TTevfl. ivhn la rfronnViInrr u absent f.rom home. --- -! ; trade during 1916, and to inform themffTTi wwwUiub preached his parting sermon Sunday thatthej "will continue to do bus! Jamestowri,.spent the- holidays with night. her mother, this pkce.' ness at the same stand during .1917. rs ll x, X-M- as well-know- h, 10-2- t. -- Personal 2t - M . ii.i fine-healt- -- to-da- -- Burks-'fJne;Vislt- - .r n- - -- 4 fJt ADAIR IV. THE 'afSSefi7i3ka COUMTY - -- miPl . v2 fC- , THE AEttfifi COUNTf jfevJff - y, y ... .... THE HEWS EVERYTHING IN . Published EvcrjuWednesday Adair Goiwty News Company M. Tutt G. R. Reed INCORPORATED!) HOOFING . 't t CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford car makes its appeal to you in appearance as well as for service. Large radiator and enclosed fan, streamline hood, crown fenders, entire black finish, nickel trimmings in all requirements for handsome appearance and time-saserving the people the world over as a maney-saving utility, It is. surely your necessity. 'The Ford ing, car is just as useful on the farm as it is in the city; just as necessary to the business man as it is to the professional, man.' More necessary to evsry man than ever before. Lowpurchase price and very economical Jo operate and. maintain. Why not investigate? Touring Car $360 Runabout $345 Couplet $505 On sale at Town Car $595 Sedan $645 f. o. b, Detroit. te Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offic- Asphalt, jjravel, Rubber, Galvanized TUTT & REED and Painted. . REAL ESTATE DEALERS e as second Also Ellwood and American Fence. t PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR Offer the following Property for Sale: . f g, v- labor-sayin- WED. JAN. 3, 1917 ANNOUNCEMENT. - For Sheriff. candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, abject to the action of the Bupublican primary of 191?. Wo are authorized to announce CLYDE CRENSHAW a candidate for Sheriflof Adair County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary in August 1917. We are authorized to announce W. JJ.' PAT-tESON- Tf Sand usk y Bros. Agts., Columbia, Ky. For Ciunty Judge. We are authorized to announce Kint Montgomery a candidate for County Judge of Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic party In the August primary 1917. j& J FARMLAND- -' 140 acres of good lime stone land well watered, good dwelling and out buildings on public road, and in a good neighborhood. Price $4,200.00, one-hacash, the balance on easy terms This iarm lies six miles S. E. of Columbia, Ky. x FARM Of 100 acres of the best land in Adair county. Good dwelling, 2 good bains and outbuildings, mile "from Cane Valley. Price $6,500. FARM Of 3C4 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Green river, 1 mile from pike now 52 acres river under construction. bottom. Good dwelling, barn and outbuildings 2 good orchards. Price lf I. I Steel Fence Posts ' V QEHLEP BROS. IncurtoraJtG CO. ' IG Eaat Matfcei Street Between Firs I and Brooh Louisville, Ky. C hi hi II I ; I r $5,000. For School Superintendent. We are authorized to announce . GEORGE AARON a candidate for School Superintendent of Adair County, subject to action of the Republican party as expressed at the August 1917 primary. ! PHONE: S"' ?$? vai Rates 50-75-1.- 00 te "SAFETY FIRST" i -- " For County Court ClerR. nomination of County Court Clerk of Adair TELEPHONES County, subject to the action of the Republican primary in August 1917. T. A. FIRKIN. Cane Valley, Ky. Hotel Watkins "In the Heart of LouiSville" NG WATER-MODERN I do hereby announce my candidacy for the JN ROOMS-RUNNI- CONVENIENCES EUROPEAN PLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th Biography.- Louisville, Ky. uuc we we We extend New Year greetings all our patrons. "We will endeavor -- to to furnish you all the local and general news daring the present year. We have cut off a number of subscribers Comment of a nephew at the funerwho have long been in arrears on our al of his aunt, Fetna Wooldridpe, who .books, and want all the new subscrib- was buried at the Bethlehem church, ers who will ccme. Russell county, Ky., on Dec. 9, 1916. A little more than eighty vears'ago Loufeville was successful in its fight there lived a young man and a young for a Farmer's Loan Bank. woman in Bedford county, Va., who Twelve persons were killed and decided to cast their lots together, and twenty-thre- e injured by a tornado were married and after their first baby, Mary Ann, had come into the which swept over Central Arkansas. Wilkersori row in the old cemetery, and are looking forward to a time when trust there will be a great reunion of the Wilkerson family and it's descendants just across the river where we will meet giandfather, grandmother, aunt Mary Ann. mother, and aunt Fetna and the others who have gone on before us, there to dwell together throughout the ages of eternity. . une wo nit; .,.. ,,. uy ubiuk iu.iu , uue iu .i. TOWN PROPERTY Nine room two story dwelling and lot, situated on one of the best res dence streets in Columbia, near the square, barn and out buildings. A very desirable home. A bargain. Price on application. 115 Acres of good land in a good neighborhood, good buildings on pub- 'lic road, about 8 miles south of Colum bia. Price 1,600. (Bargain) 40 Acres lime stone land, very good buildings, desirable place to live, 4$ miles south of Columbia. Price 51,600 House and Lot: House with 'six rooms, good out.bulldings, good water and other conveniences, just out of town limits. Price 3850. House with 9 rooms just outof town two shops, all buildings good, compar-tivelyne- Birdseve view of our Plant "Largest in Dixie." V. . Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated ' Louisville, Kentuekv. Windows, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog w. Price $1,900. Acres of land unimproved (cheap residence) lying 3J miles N. W. of Columbia. Price $fi00 00. 30 Acres land, good new residence, 2 good springs, a good well. Price $700. 3J 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. 81,500 for 58i acres of land lying 2 miles S. W. of the town of Columbia, near the Glasgow road, n'ew 5 room box house, good barn,-- good well ib yard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in cultivation, ballance in timber, i cash the balance on time to suit purchaser 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, l&'acres timber, fenced. . $50'per acre. 40 - WHOLESALE Doors, Jamestown, Ky. r home, andbeing young and full of Much business for the benefit of the vigor and good health, they decidecLto Danger Signal. craft was transacted at the Kentucky seek a home farther west. So they If the fire, bell ;shou!d rhid would Press Association which met in Louis- loaded their small store of belongyou run and stop it or go and help to ville last week. ings into a wagon and started out. before starting on their journey put out the fire? It is much the same Revised figures on returns of the But sought salvation and were con- way with a coug. A cough is a danlast election showNdefinitely thatneith-srDemocrat- e they and joined the Methodist ger signal as much as a fire bell. You nor Bepublicans willhave verted should no more try to suppress it than a majority of the next House, neces- Church. to stop a fire bell when it is ringing, After a long and hard trip they ar- but should cure the disease that causes sary to elect a Speaker, and that a handful of independents will deter- rived on the head of Greasy creek, the coughing. This can nearly always mine which side will control the or- where they made their home and be done by taking'Chamberlain'sCough ganization. Conceding seats to can- reared their family of six children, the Remedy. Many have use it with the didates in possession of certificates of one whose remains lay silent before most beneficial results. It is especial election, because they are certain to us, was the yonugest of the family. ly valuable for the persistent ' cough womanhood, witn a participate in the organization of the She erew-intthat so of ten follows a bad cold or an beautiful, gentle, loving disposition House, the'personnel now stands: Reattack of the grip. Mrs. Thomas publicans, 214; Democrats, 213; Inde- which attracted the attention of every Beeching, Andrews, Ind., writes: pendents, 2; Progressives, 2; Prohibi- one about her, and especially of a "During the winter my husband takes tionist, 1; Socialist, 1; contested, 2. A young man of the neighborhood, Shel- cold easily and coughs and coughs. majority is 218, hence should either ly Wooldridge. He was a powerful Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the Democrats or Bepublicans win both young man, physically, mentally and best medicine for breaking up these of the contests, they still would be spiritually. He stood six feet four attacks and you cannot get him to inches, a picture of health. He sought FArm in Tatlor county Consistshort of a majority. take any other." Obtainable at Pauh ing of 200 acres, lOOracres in woodland, this then ydimg woman's hand and Drug Co. Adv , Complete official returns on the won. After five children had come 90 acres ingfass, 10 acres in cultivation, Presidential election, show that Mr, to gladden their home, two of which dwelling and barn. Situated 4 miles Crocus. Wilson "received 9jil6,296 votes and went to Heaven in infancy, the other south of Campbellsville, on Robinson Mr. Hughes 8,547,474, a plurality ofJ three being here, a sma pimple came W.'P. Bradshaw to A. creek. Price $3,000. 568,822 for Mr. Wilson. In 1912 Wil- on his under lip which developed into A. Miller's farm for the coming year. 124 acre farm, 2 miles S. W. of Dunn son (Dem.) received 6,297,099; Taft acacer. You older people present B..S. Miller sold L. W. Bennett 53 ville, in Adair, Casey, and Russell (Rep.), 3,846,399; Roosevelt (Prog) Icnow the result. Just in the bloom counties, reasonable good buildings, The vote of Mr. Benson, So- of his manhood he was taken, but a hogs, last Wednesday, for 7 cents. good orchard, good spring, well water, cialist candidate for President, was few years before his death, he develThere is an epidemic among the 750,000, with eight missing States es- oped one of the most beutiful Christ- hogs in this neighborhood, which is 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, 20 acres-- corn, average 8 bbls. acre, timated, against 901,873 foriDebs, So- ian dfspositions I have ever known. killing a great many. limestone land, $600 to $800 worth of cialist, in 1912, and for Mr. Hanley, He commented on his affliction and Will Blair, of this place, and Miss Prohibitionist candidate, was 225,101, the end that he knew was near, as a Ruth Williams, of the Montpelier timber. Price $2,800. against 207,928 for Chafln, Prohibi- matter of business. He said here is country, were married last Sunday. 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X tionist, in 1912. The toral popular Martin, the only son, who is large Mr. L. W. Dixon has just completed Roads, Russell County, on Dixie Highvote for the four candidates was enough to plow and run the farm, and a fine well for Leslie Cundiff. If you way. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. as against 15,045,322 in 1912. the two little girls are old enough to need a well Mr. Dixon is a good man saw,timber. Price $1,200. This is an increase of 3,593,549, ac- help their mother, and they can get to deal with. 33 acres H miles from Columbia. .7 counted for by the increased popula- along- - without me. During all this bottom, balance fresh Bram Thomas is doing an extensive Lacres first-clastion and the women vote in the new time the loving Fetna "stood by him business in this section. land. Four room box house, wen w suffrage States. and ministered lovingly, patiently and A little girl of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon tered. Price 8830. gently to his every need, hardly realizThe Trench continue their forward ing Hadley died of diphtheria last week. Three houses, 7, C, and 5 rooms, what it meant to be left a widow movement Verdun front and Mr. I7F. Andrew has' removed to acre lots, good wells, in the town of with three small children to care for, . have, run the number of prisoners up his farm, on Cumberland river, re- Columbia, west of Graded School. to 11,000 and captured 115 cannons and but uncle Shell passed away and for cently purchased from John Morgan Price $1,200 cacti. 29 years aunt Fetna has held the. 100 machine guns. . reins of government in the family and J. L. Antie, the experienced, saw 96 acres of limestone land, good How to Check that Cold. Mas reared her children, and seen them mill man of this place, is doing a nice Spring, 6 room box house, good barns, 9 miles N. W. Columbia. $1150. "When It is painful" to breathe and married and all have families of their business. own B. S. Miller recently installed an fever sends chills up and down your House and lot on Fair Street, with Children, she was your mother, your Electrio Lighting plant in his new back, you are in for a cold. A timely six rooms, good well and outbuildings, your all, but she has gone, away home, which adds greatly dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will queen, all new, house wired for lights. Price now. You must get along without convenience. stop the sneezes and sniffles The pine 31,150. .- . xbalsam loosens the phlegm and clears mother now. Wontjou let her beautilife be Nervous Women.' . the bronchial tubes, the honey soothes, ful Chrishtian Wontand charactereven ! y.o.u strive our ideal? i and relieves the sore throat. The an- harder to Imitate that beautiful life, "When, the nervousness- - is caused by tiseptic .qualities kill the germ and just gone out? grandfather, constipation, as is Often the case, you: the congested condition is Telieyed. John W. Wilkerson,-i- Ourmy,. Ideal? will get quick relief by taking Cham- -j s Croup, whooping: cough and chronic . constant prayer is to lie able, to imi .berlain's Tablets. These tablets also r i. .,! !.! , bronchial affections quickly relieved. h improve the digestion.- - Obtainable, at tate his lifej " Adv - 3. ' ' AtPiuli Drug Co., 25c.' ' ie- .t iiiiiiiUiUiiiiiiiiiiilUiUiiUiliiii Paull Drug Co. v Adv OUUlSUUU Uii A. o 1 has-moved Written by W. S. Knight, $4.00 ONE YEAR -- $2.00 SIH MONTHS Courier Journal Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) AND ' Farmand Kamily A Great Monthly Magazine - During January And February Only j Months. Special Rate Period Limited to These Two Splendid Combination at a Little Over Half The Regular Price. Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent thr6ugh our regular Courier-Journ- al Agent this district, s JOHN W. FLOWERS, ' COLUMBIA, KY. CO., COURIER-JOURNA- L on-th- e Louisville, Ky. v- to.-the- ir ' v y Rugby. transacted business - James Sparks at Red Lick last Thursday. e CQiLEIMBlA5 ITX -- . .. I.l. . :i and-ney.- er briBg-'seprofe- r Your scribe was in Columbia last Saturday. The-wapeople-arkilling hogs here every one will have plenty, of, meat and lard to do them. Miss Cora Burbridge, who has been visiting Mise Annia Sparks, hen, has her home at Fairplay. Mr. Holland Harvey, of Gadberry, visited at W. K. Akins! last Sunday. An infant child" of Asa Warner's died last Sunday with some kind of a tumor in its abdomen. Ib was swollen terribly and suffered a lob. Ib was interred at the Roach graveyard .Monday. Youri scribe extends to them his .dw'pesb sympathy. Weep not for it has gone where 'there will be no more suffering. returned-t- o - r f. .. -- . .- T - $&,-z.j- . -- ,:'. "' v vy,s'Sy-- ' Ma5air ddukitf' tftftfS1 . . . jr Lindsey - Wilson A Trainin ' School NEW JOY !N LIFE FOR 4?-r , '. s i LJ ' - Safe Place to PutYour Children THJSWDMAN PUTTING IT OFF X Snatched From Suicide Dread After 15 v j- : - - Years-Ago- ny. " 7 fj 5 i- s SHATTERED HEALTH" MENDED r i t Mr. Mattio Powers Leaves Home In Kentucky In Quest of Strength After Almost Giving Up Hope Finds What She Sought But Not In Way She Ex- -' pectod. "1 5 ,MatricuIationarid Enrollment, Monday, January ": This is a Special Term for those who are ' l, 1917.J3 tJC - ' ' 4- Preparing to teach. WRITE NOW FOR ROOMS. "'',Si i -'.- MOSS & CHANDLER, Columbia, suicide. Life seemed unbearable. -- 1 was just a burden to myself and my Jewelers and children. There seemed nothing ahead of me but years of agony. Death would he welcome. "I had suffered for fifteen years. Seven different doctors had treated me. A reported agreement betwe'en the None of them held out hope. I 'had railroads and Lite brotherhood has been flat on my back In bed for a year. My Bon had to turn me over with a aroused the indignation of Congressman Admansou, because the agreesneet- - I was helpless. ment calls for this repeal of the law "Today I can do a full day's housS-wor- k with ease. L can walk miles that bears his name He says if necwithout tiring. I suffer no nain nnd essary Congress i,will spank them enjoy every minuto of life. I eat well, sleep well and have no more nervousCough Medicine.for, Children. ness. I was weak and no more than a bag of bones; now I am gaining weight Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsville, N. Y., so fast I am outgrowing all of my says: "About five years ago when we clothes. were living in Garbutt, N. Y., I docOwes Much to 'Tanlao." tored two of Triy children suffering "I feel this to be the solemn truth--all from colds with Chamberlain's Cough of my regained health has been due Remedy and found just as representthe wonderful medicine I ed in every way. itpromptly, checked lac, thought seriously of commlttipg Has been the ruin ofas many Eyes as any one thing. There may be the feeling of a slight inconvenience at first.. You may think, O' they will be alright in a few days. Don't be deceived, if there is ever an eye defect at all, you should not rest until a COMPETENT OPTOMETRIST has been consulted. You may save yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in time. - BRYANT & SHIVELY, Optometrists "e6. Campbellsville, Ky. Sloan's Liniment for Stiff Joints. Rheumatic pains and aches gat into the joinis and muscles, making every movement torture. Relieve your suffering with Sloan's Liniment; itquick-l- y penetrates without rubbing, and soothes and warms your sore muscles. The congested blood is stimulated to action; a single application will drive out the pain. Sloan's Liniment Is clean, convenient and quickly effective it does not stain the skin or clog the pores. Get a bottle today at Paull Drug Co., 25c. Adv George "W. Kentucky. their coughing aud cured their colds ville. after being overcome by gas quicker than anything I ever used.'" fumes, fell into an oil tank'' and was Obtainable It Greathouse, of Scotts- at Paull Drug Co. Adv- - drowned. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Co Iumbia. All Classes Iv. Veterinary Surgeon and Denlisl H. Jones Eye Specialist the Illinois state line, Will close for this time, hoping to see you by next P. L. Wolf and wife. X-M- as li mile from Ckome Catarrh is Curable ' I I V V ouunsi3inorcaisjressxngiotnosuffereranaiil3friend3. Chroni of Dental work done. Crow and Inlay work a Specialty. die All Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store Zaeidence Phone 13 B Business Phoe 18 Special attention given Diseases of all Good for Constipation. Domestic Animals Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent 1 mile of town, on for constipation. Office They ara pleasant, to take and mild and gentle in effect. Jamestown road Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Ad Phone 114 G. WR treatment will ovtTcome systemic catarrn. - Only a .loc&i treatments sometimes neip tna acuta manifestations, but thai cannot overcome the systemic diadorer; t may manliest ltselljn a local ulceration. constitutional, m PERUNA Has Helped Thousands testimony ol thousands esin number of ways. Perunabuiida up the.digestion, restores tho strength, and helpa put the orsterain tablishes Tho J,i.,af?ototarrIut benefitsvoluntary Peruna a that. condition. Columbia, Ky. f QUARTERLY CONFERENCE. Tarter. Columbia District, Second Round. Price ocr vo, Campbellsville Circuit, Souls Chapel, Mrs.,Mattle Powers, and Her "Tanlao 8mlle," Acquired After 15 Years of JanuaryTJth and 7th. Suffering From III Health. Cane Valley, Mb. Carmel, January had never heard of three weeks ago. I i 11th. afi ever. ekpress my gratitude. I Clintbnj Five Springs, January 13th Main Street Beetween 6 & 7tti wish I, could get up on the housetops and 14th. ; and ahojX to all the world what this Albany, Albany, ' January 14th and medicine did for me. I have found The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan 15th. Tanlac a veritable God's blessing." AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Runnins Water. Bear Creek, Rose of Sharon, JanThe foregoing remarkable statement 73 Rooms Single. $3 00 per dar; 2 people, f2 00 each CWith Meals) uary lfith. was made by Mrs, Mattie A Powers, " 50 2 50 " " 2people. 2 23." A..., " Peytonsburg.Guthries, January 17th. who lives at 1604 Superior avenue, 60 Front Rooms.... TT.: Single 3 CO --" " 2peopIe. 2 50 " Russell Springs, Hayes, January 20th Cleveland. It is one of scores of KoomsLWith Private Bath: of similar extraordinary results and 21st 50 Rooms. ;SinsIo 3 00 per day ; 2 people. 2 75 " from the use of Tanlac, the 50 Rooms .....Single 3 50 per day; 2 people. 3 00 ' Jamestown, Bethlehem, January secured stomach tonic and system purimodern 27th and 28th EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bat w but with Hot and Cold Running Water. 75 Rooms (Without MealsJ Single. $1 00 per day; 2 people $0 7. each Sparkesville, Hogard's Chapel, Feb- fier. Left Home In Kentucky. Single. 1 25 per day; 2 people 100 each 50 Rooms..". ruary 3rd and 4th- Single. 1 60 per day; 2 people 125 each Continuing, Mrs. Powers said: 50 Front Rooms Parnell, Morrows, February 9th "If I had not experienced it all Rooms with Private Bath: Mill Springs, Mill Springs, February myBelf I could not have believed it Single, 1'60 per day; 2 people 125 each SORooms w 50 Rooms... y 10th and 11th. Single. 2 00 per day; 2 people 150eaeh possible that any medicine could do order. No extra charge for hearse. All kinds of Monticello, Monticello, February for me what Tanlac has done. I was Robes on. hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co Inactivity Causes Constipation. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. 61h and Main Sts. forced to leave my old home near Lex11th and 12th. Home Phone 52 A ington, Kentucky. Lack of exercise in the winter is a West Monticello, Keens, February Recovery I Rapid. frequent cause of constipation. You 13th. Rooms Without'Bath, $1.00 and up. Rooms With Private Bath, $1.50 up. Office: Russell BIdg. feel heavy,' dull and listless, your com"Just three weeks ago I tried Tanlac. Burkes February 17th Within a very few days I discov- The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only a plexion is sallow and pimply, and en- and I8th. Res. Phone No. 1. walk to the retail district and theaters. ered I was sleeping better. I could ergy at low ebb. Clean up this conRenox, Sugar Grove, February 18th eat without such terrible palm and dition at once with Dr. King's New and 19th. Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. my bowels were moving naturally. M. Life Pills, a mild laxative that reBethlehem, Fountain Run, February Color came back into my face and lieves the congested intestines with- 24th and 25th. I began, to gain in weight I found out griping. A dose before retiring Tompkinsville, Tompkinsville,' Feb- I did not tire out when I tried to do Columbia, Ky. will assure you a full and easy move- ruary 25th and 26th. housework, and soon it was a pleasment in the morning. 25c at Paull Temple Hill, Bethel, March 3rd and ure to me. In the first week I gained Will Answer All Calls. four pounds. I do not know how Drug Co. Adv 4th much I havo gained since then, but Pierce, March 8th: -From Indian?. ' I do know that all of my clothes are Summersville, Queensberry, March getting too tight for me. - "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit 1 have re-9th. 'T will bo only too glad to talk with ceived from the .use of Thedford's writes Greenshurg and Earleys; Earleys, any one who wants to come and ask St. Bernice, Dec. 15, 1916. Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. I will drill wells in Adair an Editor News: March 10th and llth mo about Tanlac. I feel I never cat "It certainly 4ias no equal for la grippe, bad colds, adjoining counties. See me be Since leaving Columbia, Ky., Nov. Casey Creek, Casey Creek, March repay the debt of gratitude I owe to JF the discoverer of this medicine." liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht fore contracting. Latest im- 1st, we have been in Hartford City, at 15th. Mansville, Mansville, March 16th of my parents, where we saved my little girl's life, When she had the measles, the home proved machinery of all kinds. Elfchorn, Elkhorn, jkarch 17th and Tanlac, the master medicine'and revisited for two weeks, when we relhey went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's ' constructive tonic, is sold exclusively Pump Repairing Done. Give ceived a call from Rev. J. E. Shannon 18th BlackrDraught made them break outand she has had no Campbellsville Station, March 18th in Columbia, Ky., by our "White River Conference Supt., to more trouble. I shall never be without PAGE & HAMILTON. dm ft Call. come to St. Bernice and take charge and 19th. Other exclusive agents . in ..nearby We Gradyville, Gradyville,"March 22nd. townaare as of this circuit, U. B. church. " follows: C. YATES a two week's meeting at Stump- - Columbia, Columbia, March 2l"th Crocus, Ky., J. P. Miller & Sons. fheld town, one of our points, where we had and 25th. Gresham. Ky., T. C. Moore &Co. good success. We are now at our S. G. Shelley, Presiding Elder.- - Cooper, Ky., Coffey Bros. home in St, Bernice. "We Jive in the DBNTAL OFT'ICB Exle, Ky. L. G. Wilcox. five room parsonage, flrst door East of Watery. lew, Ky , Thos. M. Allen. Painful Cought Relieved. our church. We always look for The Coburg,"Ky., C. H Jar vis. in my home." For constipation-- , indigestion, headache, dird-- IB News. As soon as our subscription Dr. King's New Discovery is a soothLoy. . Adv.. expires we shall renew. There is a ing, heaUng remedy for coughs and Olga, Ky , H. E. DENTIST & ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar v six inch .snow on the ground here now colds that has stood the test of nearly Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, J OVBR &JLXJISL. DRUG CO, and it is gettingcolder. We live about fifty years For that cough that strains I keep on hands a full stock of fg ailments, Thedford's and valuable remedy. fg 1 mile from the coal mine, and oaly .the throat and saps the vitality try Dr. coffins, caskets, and robes. v Columbia, Ky. I also keep 4fc reliable, gentle, pay 82.2& per ton for coal delivered at King's New Discovery. The soothing you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black-If Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and ODTICK PHONI RB8 PHONHaO. atonrdoor. We hope you all will pine balsams and mild laxative ingreDraught It is: a medicine of known merit Seventy-fi?- e Prompt service night or have a Merry and a Happy dients soon, drive the cold from "the two hearses. Tbe stage coach has disappeared rNew Year. We live In "Vermillion system. Have a bottle on hand for day. Residence Phone 28, office years of splendid success proves its Value. Good for romYellowstoiieTark and next sum county, which 4s dry, but just a mile winter colds, croup, grippe and bron- phone 98. young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. mer: all tourists will go through the from here, just over tbe Vigo county chial affections. Drug Co., Triptett, Ji inautomoDUes. line, there is 9, saloon. We are: only fer25c Adv Columbia, Ky. Most of our people have killed hogs. Mrs. W. G) White's condition remains unchanged. .. DENTIST Mr. Willie Tarter and family have Office, Front rooms in Jeffries B'l'd'g ,. returned from Illinois. up Stairs. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. White, of LouisColumbia, - Kentucky ville, are visiting relatives at this place. Vlrtes and Herbert Grant have returned home from Illinois. W. G. Shepherd has completed an addition to his residence. Several of the young folks from this community attended the box supper at Alt. Olive last Friday night, and all report a nice time. R. P. Earles, of Campbellsville, has completed the manufacture of a boundary of timber near here and will UNDERTAKER AND EMBiLMEH move his machinery when the weather conditions will permit. Mr Earles COLUMBIA, KY. also runs a general store and has sold Any kind of Coffin or Casket 'made ready to his stock of goods, and will suspend send out In a few minutes after receiving business at this place. DR. J. N. MURRELL Ail!HnKMSiauttC.mA' The following are dates and places where Quarterly Conferences will be held in the Columbia District on the Second Round, beginning on January 6, 1917: inni.jw Peruna has special value la eatxrrhi It gives vitality to tho system, restores tone to the membranes and enables these toper-for-m their f mictions. In many cases its benefits begin at once, and it rarely fHt When treatment ia continued properly- Tho Peruna Medical DepaTtmenfwUlba Clad to assist you to overcome this disease. The doctor's advice is free Don't delay treatment. THE PERUNA CO CoIamLa,0. ' Here is a Good Place to Stop tor Little Money LOUISVILLE LrOtiisville, ; HOTEL J". B. Jojstks -- Kentucky. -- re-p'o- rts ville.-Grider- s, three-block- 'a James Taylor, D. Mt.-Leben- ! J WELL DRILLER J J J J J J J Saved Girl's Life Black-Draught," S J J J 5 J ' : J. BLack-DraugH- T Dr. James Tripiett - J V X A -- X-m- as P1 " At-Pau- li 45-r- yr f; J J a v I! It 4MM4ii 5T" L, ti - '5- - 2. V Jt rf '3 "V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS "- - -- kMMMi i" "- "trttirnf wipiii - - -f- cMEfc - 44444.SMfr44"6"H'44 . MQMgi6"$"9"Q"8"fr"9"9"66"X"fr "'. January Clearance Sale 0M 3f- ?a -- 8 ''gU&UKMiU OurCvSxfcrlburwaGffWtiKM fcr rfS e- 4 Price $665 f. o. b. Michigan. Beginning Wednesday, January 3rd, we will offer our entire Stock of Winter Goods, of every kind, in all Departments, at prices reduced from 10 to 40 per .cent. We have decided on this Price Reduction Sale in order to make room for our Spring Stock which will be arriving in a short while. This is ail new Seasonable Merchandise, and with Reduction in Prices, will be as low as you ever bought them. Embraced in this stock will be 4 Price $1,020 f. o. Michigan. BuicK "Valve-in-Head- " Motors For all weather for all purposes there's a Buick for all the family. For winter driving over snowy streets; for cross country touring; if a big car is needed or a small car is desired, there's a Buick to fit your requirements. Prices from six hundred fifty to eighteen hundred dollars. Illustrated catalog giving specifications mailed on request or will be glad to demonstrate to anyone expecting to buy. V 4 3 9 Columbia, Kentucky. THE GREAT Our entire stock of Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats, Mens, Ladies and Childrens Underwear. Ladies and Misses Coats, Coat Suits, Skirts, Dresses, Petticoats and other Ready-to-we- ar articles.. Farmers Protection Sale 6 Will be conducted by Silk and Wool Sweaters, Bed Blankets, Comforts, Bath and Couch Robes, Mens and Ladies Slippers, Fur Sets, Scarfs and Muffs, Outing Gowns and Petticoats.. Bed-roo- m Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, Winter Style Ginghams, Percales, Flannels, Outings, Suitings &c. Beginning November 14 ONE HUNDRED BEST MADE FARM WAGONS AT PRICES UNDER COMPETITION. ONE HUNDRED BUGGIES TEN DOLLARS LESS THAN PRESENT COST. This' Sale comes at a time when everybody needs Winter Goods". Come early before the stock is broken. Remember we will save-yofrom ID to 40 per cent, on your purchases. , u Land Rollers, Clod Crushers, Disc Harrow3, Cultivators and Plows have advanced from Fifty to One Hundred per cent. We will save you money if you buy now. SHOES of Shoes at Old Prices. Don't wait 'til next spring to find.out how you would have appreciated these prices offered now. Clothing has advanced Fifty per cent. We offer One Thousand, Suits at old prices. Buy now. New Styles. Up-to-da- te RUSSELL 4 & CO. I x We offer Ten Thousand Dollare worth 44C5"QS"3'"8ShCQ "Ruby. W 41 440"6"Q"9"9"Q"0"fr"&"&$ 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. Calumet 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 Sausage, backbones, and spareribs for every one. James Sparks sold a valuable saddle , horse to Rev. Gibson, of Metcalfe county, for a fancy price. Schools are drawing to a close. R. L. Roe and Ira Roe returned fromliouisvllle last Wednesday where they sold a valuable consignment of fare, The Woodmau delegation from here attended the Camp at Grady ville reWe elected our officers fer cently. the ensuing year as follows: Consul, W. C. Christie. Advisor, Dr. Simpson Simmons Banker, Charlie Sparks. Past Consul, Elbert Nell. Escort, TSd Baker. Chief Forester, Warren Sexton. Watchman, J. T. Rose. KMHM riEST PRICES PAID Remittal iViailed on Day Shipment is Received Yard Lengths. Good Indigo Blue Overall at $1.00. No Commission " 0 Pay Write for Pries iLiit sad Shipping Tags - M. Sabel & Sons Incorporate EiUMUhed 1S55 We offer Woven Wire Fence 20 per cent upder market. Will send and article by mail; if not satisfactory can be returned. LOUISVILLE. KY. J GOM-OEL-SA- DAKOTA JACK R Foxes Wanted $2.50 to $4.00 Each. T. HODGEN. GAMPBELL.SVIL.LE, The Most Powerful Efficacious Medicine Ever sold In Columbia, Ky. has.been used and kaowh with more" confidence than any remedial medication known. In FALL nature demands andjaiisfaclian the assistance of a tonic medicine to assist the elimination or throwing off of accumulated filth from the human body, and if this natural assistance is denied or not furbished, then Rheumatism, Colds, Catarrh,. Malaria and. Consumption. W. BOX KY. 232. For 8 years COM-CEL-SA- R THE IDOLIZED .MARY PICKFORD "Thursday Night ". Irfa Magnificient and Faithful Photo Production of It is LEGALLY GUARANTEED, that is, every box is packed and backed by and Legal Guarantee that gets your money back if We have thoroughly tried out the Chevrolet Automobiles, aad is pure, Sweet, fresh Roots fails to do what you expect it to. and Herbs, 3 boxes for One Dollar. Each box makes a full quart of medicine, recommend the Baby Grand as luxurious in all it's appointments thus compounding a lasting searching' tonic, body and blood builder, kindey and equal to any Car on the market at a much higher price. We will bladder troubles, nervousness, weakness and malaria, "to anything of its kind. For is the remedy most take pleasure in demonstrating this Car to any one. expecting indigestion, gas in the stomach and bowels, to COM-CEL-SAR COM-SEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SAR "MADAME BUTTERFLY" ! elcellent. COM-CEL-SA- R buy one this winter or in the spring. Price $800.00. We also rec- One of the Tenderest Character Creations Eyer Conceived. , ' Special Music From The OperaL -- h - AD2SUSSION" IOO. V Why not go to Paull Drug Go's. Store, at Columbia,. Ky., and get a 3 ommend to your kind attention the Model 490, This ia indeed the for $1.00, legally guaranteed? months treatment of Also get world. Price complete atfactory worth of Science Soap, made for Human Skin Only, and commends best proposition in the Motor 25c itself with own purity and sweetness. You should also remember to get a 25 c $490,00 either five passenger Touring Car or Roadster. Libera bottle of Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment, for pains, Sprains, bruises, burns, ptr... proposition for If you have any intention or buying: as used by Ranchmen, Cowboys, Scouts and Indians, No home should be with at all during the coming season, write us. We will give any inforout it. All people can buy these remedies at Cr Sub-Agent- s. , T - paramount; tBA-tri- X nAtrnmA , DRUG GO'S., a rrrr- - u nrrL,Tvrrrxr t , vxr i 1 COLCMBIA-- , KY. mation requested. -i- v . - 3720-3- 1 WJEST JBROAJDWA.'T X.OTJI&VXLCLJS, ICY a