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DUN-BAof East Columbia Precinct, a candidate for the office of Assessor of Adair County, subject to the action Of the Democratic "party, as expressed , at tie August Primary. B, Frank Toliver will be here next Monday to buy mules. Mr. Basil' Jones, of EastFo'rk, a son of Mr. P. C Jones, better known as Clem,-i- s in a very critical condition, an abcess having formed on his liver. We will pay 35cts Mr. W. G. McKinley bought from com- Campbellsville Items. News-Journa- Notice. All persons holding warrants against Adair County, Ky., payable out of the 1915 funds or any funds for any year prior-t1916, are notified to present same to me at once for payment, and same will not draw interest after this date. This notice does not include warrants payable out of the 1916 or 1917 funds, as these will be called for o C. S. Harris a registered Duroc, ing be one of 400 the best breeders in this section of the country. This hog pounds, in moderate weighs nearij flesh has the bone, length and form. Will serve at $1.00. c- that has proven to Mrs. Sallie Bradshaw or Edwin Cra vens. Mr. Beqjamin F. Carter, who was a native of Adair county, great uncle "of Mr. J. N. Coffey, this place, died in For Rent. A cottage. Apply to ,a - Rev. S. G. Shelley, Presiding Elder of Columbia District, invariably Co. Russell We are authorized to announce JOHN N. preaches entertainingly. Last Sunday SQUIRES a candidate for the office of County t. night, after he had installed the new later. Court Clerk ef Adair County, subject to the acly elected officers of the Epworth This January 6th, 1917. tion of the Republican party, expressed at the An immense crowd of people is ex- League, he seemed to be at his best, August Primary- J. R. Garnett," entitled "Overland to Santa Fe" pected to be in Columbia next Mon- delivering an unusually stiring ser Treasurer of Adair County, Ky. which nis children prize very highly. ll-- 2t day, the opening of circuit court. Ev- mon on the desecration of the sab- The deceased in the last few years idently there will be a number of bath and the duty of tithing. wrote a number of letters which were mule buyers here. Death of a Good Citizen. published in The Adair County News. Administrator's Notice. He was a devout member of the UnitMill Start. Mr. B. T. Marshall, Campbellsville, ed Brethren Church. He was twice Last Wednesdry afternoon Mr. W, was here last Thursday. All persons owing the estate of the J. Conover, who lived near Coburg, married, his first wife being Miss You will find me at my mill on late Dr. B. F. Taylor, bj note or acMr. H, K. Alexander, Burkesville, after an illness of several weeks, closed Melvina Jane Breeding, of this county. Water Street, every day to do your count, are hereby notified to call at called on our grocerymen Thursday. his eyes in death, a victim of stomach grinding and chopping. Bring on and settle. The business of Mr. P. P. Dunbar Announces. Mrs. J. D. Lowe, who was quite your trouble. The deceased was born and corn. the estate must be closed in the next sick last week, is improving. 10-reared near Mt. Pleasant church, and J. 0. Yates. few months. Mr. Carson Falkenburg, of Jameswas a son of W. G, and Nellie r. In this issue of the News P. P. DunJames Taylor, Administrator. Frank Toliver bought eighteen town, was here a few days ago, selling His father died many years bar, of East Columbia precinct, anNarrow Escape from Fire. mules in Adair, Casey and Taylor last tobacco to the trade. ago. nis mother, who was a Butler nounces for the office of Assessor of week. He oaid from S90.00 to 3142.60 Miss Ruth Lyon, of Campbellsville, Wanted. Last Tuesday night a contlagration before her marriage, a sister of Messrs. Adair county, subject to the action of shipped to TenJosh and James Butler, survives and the Democratic party. Mr. Dunbar Is who visited her grandmother, Mrs. I. per head They were nessee. Unmarried negro man on the farm, upon the square was narrowly averted. also a number of sisters. a son of Mr. T. P. Dunbar, a promSCurd, has returned to her home. .Mr. E, B. Barger left Barger Bros., The deceased was a good citizen and inent farmer, who lives three miles Mr and Mrs. Rollin Browning have must be good hand with team, reliable, store early in nigiit, extinguishing the Rev. J. B. DeGarmo and his singer, and industrious. Will give good Prof Frank McCravy, were in Co- gone to housekeeping and are occupy- sober straight time, permanent em- lights, as he thought, but evidently will be greatly missed, not only by from Columbia, where P. P. Dunbar wages, lumbia Monday, en route to Russell ing the residence of Mr. L. M. Young. ployment, and furnish board, room, he failed to put out one of the lamps, his wife, whose maiden name was was born and reared. As a young man Biggs, but by all other relatives. He Mr. Dunbar has been an active Dem Mr. and Mrs. Young are boarding Springs, to hold a meeting. light, heat and bath. Make written and at about 10 o'clock it exploded, left no children. He was familiarly ocrat, taking a great interest in the with them. and in a few minutes the back end of Mr. Geo. R. McMahanand family, application to same party, the store was in a light blaze. The called "Bill Josh," and was well and success of hisnever and at the P. O. Box 324, Danville, Ky., of East Fork, were here last week. Eld. Tobias Huffaker will preach at favorably known to nearly every body time he has been offensive to They will become residents of Colum- the Christian Church next Sunday accompanied by reference from former discovery was made hy Mr. Ray flow- in Columbia. his Republican friends. He was eders, who had started home from town bia about the first of March. morning on the subject: "How may employer. In religion, he was a Presbyterian. ucated in Columbia and in Lexington He was satisfied that there was too Mrs. J. . Hutchison met with a we know that our names are written thoroughly qualified for the pomuch light, and he hurriedly went to The funeral services were conducted and is TO Boys and Girls. slight stroke of paralysis last Friday in the Lamb's Boole of Life?" last Thursday and the interment was sition. He is also well acquainted the scene. The front door of the promises afternoon. It affected one side of her building was prized opened by Mr. at Cane Valley. He was about fifty-tw- o over Adair county, and All Companions in good standing years old. Peace to his memory, should he be nominated and elected, face. She is now much better. The Columbia High School will be- Flowers and" Edgar Reed, and in a fraternally requested to attend Rev. L. F. Piercy went to seethis are gin its second term of work January short time the blaze was extinguished. sympathy for the wife, mother and to attend to the duties of the office in the regular meeting of Columbia 15, 1917. A beginning class will be a manner that will cause his friends to father, who lives near Albany, and Chapter, Had not the discovery been made sev- sisters. No., 7, next Friday night. say: "Well done, thou good and faithwas taken sick. He re while there started in high school then. This is eral business houses would have"been Mark Master's degree. ful servant." The primary being your school and the tuition is free. consumed. If the electric lights had For County Court Clerk. turned home last Tuesday afternoon Work In some months off, Mr. Dunbar expects every boy and girl been on the accident would not have and has bean confined to his bed since, The school wants The enrollment at the Li X before its date to see ever? voter in though he is some better, v stage of the school, is of the county w ho is ready for high occurred. at this In another column will be found the the county and present his claims in to come and be with us during Mr. E L. Feese,' who has been a larger than at any previous year. school On the same night there would have Kespectf ully yours, been a lire at Mr. W. R. Myers' res- formal announcement of Mr. J. N. person. He asks thos8 who are parcompositor in this office for several There are over 125 who board at the this term. idence, had he not been awakened by Squires, a candidate for the Republi- ticularly interested in his success to J H Abner, Supt years, has gone to Versailles, to work college, and many others will enter kthe fumes from a defective lamp. It can nomination for County Court keep his candidacy constantly before temporarily on the Woodford Sun. He this week. was ready to explode when he jumpe'd Clerk for Adair county. Mr Squires the people, assuring them that' he will ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT for it, throwing it out the window. is on to his job and we feel sure he is one of our best young men, and is be truly grateful for all expressions in , OF KENTUCKY. win give his new employer perfect Bull for Sale. well known throughout the county, his behalf. Death of an Infant. satisfaction. N. M. Tutt, Pltff. having been an active worker in his vs. Mr. Fred Myers has accepted a poA piano tuner from D. H. Baldwin A very sad death occurred in the party since he was old enough to vote. I have a coming 3 year old thorough- Bill Nute Smith &c. Defts. ) sition with the White Motor Com- nughes, a citizen, an upright man, he is & Co., will here soon. If you want to As By an order of the Adair Circuit home of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. pany, Toledo, Ohio, and is now at bred Aberdeen bull for sale. He is entitled to register. Court, entered at the September term, who live a few miles out of town, last! thoroughly dependable and has many put in an order, see G- - W. Lowe, work. He is a very excellent young warm friends In the circle who have B. O. Hurt, Ozark, Ky. 1910, in the above styled case, I will, Saturday. Their little daughter, workman. He will man, a first-clas- s had opportunities to know his ster11.26 HO. 6769. Catherine, about fifteen months at my office, in Columbia, Kentucky, be a valuable man for the corporation. receive claims, together with proof old, went to join the angel band, in ling worth. As a Republican he is Mr. Claud Montgomery, who was His family will not leave for several one that never flickers, .but is in the a faithful salesman in W. I. Ingram's of same, against the estate of Sarah that celestial homebespnd the skies. battle front all the time. weeks. lovIt is not OF TftE CONDITION OF store for several years, tendered his Smith Miller, deed., from now until She was a bright child, the idol of Re- our purpose to eulogize but merely ing parents, brothers and sisters. the 13th day of January, 1917. resignation the first of January, and W. A. Coffey, M. C. A. C. C. ligious services were held in the Pres- state facts and in presenting his can THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Tobacco bed canvass at Mr. Frank Jeffries succeeded him. byterian church, this city, Sunday at didacy we feel safe that an honest in Russell & Co. The latter is also a capable young eleven a. m., the building being full vestigation will warrant the above AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE man. Cumberlana" Loses a Good Citizen. of sympathizing relatives and friends and even more. By occupation he is a OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE Mr. Jesse Murrell, who lives out of The discourse was preached by Rev. farmer and an active one. So far as OF BUSINESS DEC. 27th, 1916. Williard Browning, the little son of town, and who was a victim of smallCalvin Christie, pastor of the Grady-vill- e the duties of the office require, by edMr. Rollin Browning, has a very sore pox, is rapidly improving. It is also Dr. A. W. Sharp, who lived at KetRESOURCES. work, who delivered one of the ucation and industrious habits, he will hand caused from powder burned. tle, Cumberland county, died last most appropriate sermons on such oc- make good. He authorizes us to state Loans and dlscounts(except those reported that the colored patients are t He 5W2 9S6 41 getting well. shown onbandc) Johnson has week, a victim of pneumonia. that he will try to see all the voters and it 3142 98S 41 I will be in Columbia next Monday been turned out, and is coming to was sick only five days. He was a casions wemuch comfort for evidently of his paxty before the primary and Total Loan the fafurnished S. Bonds Frank Tolltver. to buy mules. prominent physicians, and also a lead- ther and mother and all other rel- will appreciate early activity of his ucirculation deposited to secure 000 town. 25 (par value) ing Republican of the county. A few atives. The interment was in the many friends. 000 00 Total U. S. Bonds To be without electric lights Is Wlllard, a little son of Mr. and Mrs. years ago he represented Adair and city cemetery. The pall bearers were Securities other than U, S. bonds about as inconvenient a situation as George McLean, was hammering on a Cumberland in the Kentucky Legis(not including stocks) owned Missionary Meeting. Mr. E H. Hughes, Judge T. A. MurColumbia ever experienced. $14 000 00 unpledged plank a few days ago when a splinter lature. He was about sixty years old. rell, Dr. J. N. Murrell and Rev. M. M. ' 14 000 M Total bonds, securities etc flew and struck him over the right Stock of Federal Reserve Bank Muirell, uncles of the little child. Closing oat prices on Ladies Coats, eye, fearfully blackening It. If it Eight soldiers died in (50 per cent of subscription) 1 300 00 The Woman's Missionary Society of While the separation was hard to Skirts and coat suits. had struck a half inch lower the sight Adair county during the year 1916. bear, the parents should take comfort, the Methodist Church observed Har- Value of Banking house (if unincumbered) 2 000 00 Russell & Co. would have been destroyed. There are now living In Adair county knowing that their lovely child is now vest Day, Friday, Dec, 29. 2000 09 soldiers who served in a brighter, better world and being twelve During the morniug hour Mrs. Bet-ti- e Due from approved reserve cared for by her tender and loving The water coursers in Adair county Dr. Beard of Bradfordsvllle, who icthe Third Kentucky. There are Savior. agents In New York Chicago Atkins presided. After devotions S 964 15 were past fording last Thursday morn- was the former family physician of sixteen living in the county who "made a talk. She 'has served Due andStLouis she from Approved Reserve ing, some of the mail riders failing to Mr. W. E. Noe, came to Columbialast served in the 13th Infantry, and in the Columbia is to Have a Chatauqua. many years as President, but she Agents in other Reserve Saturday, and with the assistance of 13th cavalry there are 20 yet livingJ cross. HO 139 97 41 144 12 CiUes wanted to be relieved when they electphysicians, removed an abscess Only three are living who served in local ed officers for the year, and Mrs. Mol- Due from Banks and Bonkers Twenty-onenterprising men of Bring your mules to Columbia next from the left side of a little son of Capt. O. B. Patteson's company, Josh in 12 other lecow put in as President, but Checks ou than included same or 20 city banks In the Mr. Noe. The patient is now doing Butler, Wm. Conover and J. K. P. this town have entered iuto a contract lis Nell was Monday. I will buy them. 691 62 or town as reporting bank... with the Central Community Cha- Mrs. Atkins is honorary President as nicely. Frank Toliver. Conover. Outside Checks and other cash long as she lives, i tauqua Company, of Atlanta, da., and 126 42 items We had a delightful luncheon in the Any one wanting to buy first-clas-s Mr, Ores 'Barger has removed his one will be held ia Columbia, lasting Fractional currency, nickels Special Attention. 56 02 familyrom his farm to a residence on corn or some number, one good stock, 182 44 five days sometime this coming sum- annex of the church. and cents 323 00 other National formerly occupied by or a farm of 107 acres of the best land Bomar'Heights, mer or early in September. The exAfter luncheon Mrs. Nell presided, Notes ofReserve notes Banks none Mr. Oliver Willis. in the county, should not fail to atThe Ford Mortor Company has act date cannot be given at this 'time, led the devotions and made her ad- Federal tend the sale of "V. M. Eppersonbne made a ruling and have so instruct- but it will be given between- the 10th dress as new President, and was enjoy- Lawful reserve in vault and notRe- - amount due from Federal mile north of Montpelier. Next Sat- ed their local agents, that they are of June and the 10th of September, ed by all... 20 063 S3 serve Bank is Come and Settle. Redemption fund with. XT. 8. urday, Jan., 13, 1617. not allowed to accept orders for ma- most likely In June or July. Mrs. John Murrell, Treasurer, read chines unless there is a positive agreeThe local company signs a contract her report for the year. She Is a J Treasurer and due from U, S. 1250 00 Treasurer.... All, persons owing Barger Bros, are Public Sale. ment upon the part of the party or guaranteeing the Chatauqua people faithful treasurer, and a good book 5.. notified that they need the money and Total.. 250S08& parties who are ordering the" machine, eight hundred aouars to put id on. ' n-3- t want it. Do not fail to attend the sale of J. that they will take same when it ar- In order that the local company may keeper. LIABILITIES. Mrs. Hynes presented the parsonage Capital stock paid in C. Blair at Garlin on Friday, Jan. 12, rives. There is such a demand for not lose any money, it is furnished 25 000 00 25 000 00 Simpson,' J. L. Hurt, S. H. 1917 He will -- offer some valuable Ford cars that the company cannot with four hundred tickets 'which are question. Got it on our hearts We Surplus fund J. Wr 5 755 45 Knifleyy, Clarence stock in the way of "mules and horses, and will not ship them unless there Is to be sold at $2 apiece. This Js resolved to do all we can as womeu, to Undivided profits, Absher, Willis Less current expenses. InHlndman make up the Board of Su- also a big lot of corn, hay and fodder, a definite understanding with the termed a season ticket, and it is be- lift the indebtedness. 3 583 97 2 213 43 terest and taxes paid Miss Agues Hynes, President of the Circulating Notes outstanding 25 000 00 pervisors. They have ieeu at work household and kitchen furniture. For salesman and the party who is making lieved they can be disposed of readily. first Monday and will finish particulars see bills now posted. will be a literary and musical Young Peoples Missionary Society, Due to Banks and Bankers other than since the This the purchase. Included in 29 or 30 367 10 t this week. treat, and thousands of people will read a leaflet "The Missionary Spir Individual deposits subject to f visit Columbia during the five days it," admirably, as she always does evMr. Douglas Lived in Adair. check... 173 229 S3 Public Sale. Miss 'Agnes McGee, aged 17, a daughTotal demand deposits, Items 33 the entertainment is in progress. The ery thing'she undertakes. 34. 33. 36. 37. 43. 39 and ter of Mr. Lu W, McGee, a prominent speakers will be men of national rep Little MisSMargaret Hynes read a 40 - Burkesville, and Less On January 20, 1917, 1 will offer for nond Col. Jas. J. Douglas, who leftan es- - ntnt.ion. and some aa fine dramatic'ip.hHdren's leaflet, which was well re merchant of . tnta oef.tmataH fr uu txti-VJ !n..n a. luiiiiuu aged 19,-- a son of Dix Mc- saleXhe follpwing property: uu a, iiunu o wtlllirtrt i HCLUra dUU 01UKCI3 U3 Ultt UUVV t - ?fi ceived, and was cheered and cheered. Total McComas, to vou.u,Un,u UBlOlt 1250 808 93 2 gelding horses; 1 new Owensboro or dollars, died in Loulsvlll win do nere. his naComas, a stock dealer, eloped to "TenLittle Miss Katherine Russell sang Statb op Kestuoxt,! An Italian Band of Cleveland, Ohio, sweetly, "Shine Shine." where they were vagon, 2f, 1 milch cow; 2 automobile tive city, last week. Col. Douglas nessee last-wee-k County of asair trucks, as good as new; 1 Ford touring was twice marrird-- . His second wife will discourse music during the week. married. I. E. H. Hughes. Cashier, of the aba v, Mrs S.G.Shelley gave a report of car, been in use one year; a small stock was Mrs. Nannie Bliss, who, with her The entertainment awill beasgiven in a named bank, do solemnly swear that tiuMtSeva?' close to tUe District work. Jot largetent, andon statement is true to the best of my knowledge1 James E. Pace, of Marrowbone, of goods, on or before date; 1 house first husband, lived in Adair county a the squar.6 as can be secured. Organized and revived 24 adult aux- and belief. E. H. Hughes, Cashier. Cumberland County, forty- - ven years and lot for sale or rent. G room dwell number of yearsagq. They lived four will be the biggest drawing card It Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th 61d, a large stockholder and coshier ing, good barn and store house, freight miles South-wes- t of Columbia, where ever struck Columbia, and itshouldbe iliaries and 4 young peoples auii iarles adding 349 members in the day of Jan., 1917. of the Marrowbone Bank, died last and poultry .house. A number of oil a little village sprung up, known as talked from now until it is opened. KaeStulta Thursday-- Mr "Pace was in Europe drums and other things too numerous Bliss, named for Mrs, Bliss, who Notary Public ' At the proper time tickets will be District since last May. a Had offering during the day for two My Commission expires March 8th. I960. three years ago, and had engaged pas to mention. Terms imaae Known on tauptit; school in that. Innnlltv whlln placed inof the hands ofwho requisite piople will can,-vasageoo the HPfated Titanic, but on day of sale. Sale begins at 10 a. - m. rliving in this county She is very number theyoung of same, and from different objects. The purpose of the Conusor Attest: sale for Braxton MasaieDiractor kindlyjremembered by many Qf her time to time more will be said in the Harvest Day to garner in any sheaves L. E. McKinTey, ranraau uuuuuuuu, aeoownu or. J. P. ' jc old pupils. Dunnville, Ky. m'totei the steamer. paper concerning its coming. tbat had been left out. J.P.MoJ For County Court ClerK. per doz. for eggs this week. Il-2- r Personals. my-offi- ce 2t On Friday afternoon, December the 22nd, Miss Mary Chandler's class in music and Expression rendered a most excellent program at the Graded School music room. An .audience that taxed the capacity of the room was not slow in expressing its appreciation of the program. This department of the Graded School is growing, and the class of work done proves that the Board was fortunate in securing Miss Chandler as instructor. Mr. John E. Gowdy was down town Saturday night and took in the mov ing pictures at the Alhambra. He was warmly greeted by many friends who were glad to see him out once more. He has been confined to his bed from a fractured hip for several months and was compelled to lie in one position nearly all the time. This rendered his imprisonment irksome and we join In congratulations and hopes for his complete recovery. Patterson, Iowa, December 17, 1916, aged 84 years.-f- i months and 21 days He left Adair county when 18 years old and went Missouri, and a year later he went across the plains with Alexander Majors, a Methodist minister. Of this journey he wrote a book Con-ove- m ll-2- t. ndsey-Wilso- n, Ka-ch- el KLE3FOPLT 10-2- t. 11-- n ever-hear- d, ' 11-- 21 al e ' - 10-2- ' i I - the-publi- c ss na Beaadj-Direct- or. ld-2f- i v t r$ r 4 i C THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Forrthill. -- fflfflffliiinimiiiffliiiimntiim months and 20 days Mrs. Dora Irvin is quite feeble at ago, Tuesday, on July 29, 1914, the - BYTK first shot was fired in the European this writing. Adair County News Company war. G. R. Reed At one time turkey was prepared N. M. Six days previous to that, July 23, for Christmas, but owing to the wild (Incorporated.) 1914, Austria sent her . ultimatum to vaimints tfiat inhabit the hills, turOHAS. S. HARMS. Editor. Serbia, demanding that Serbia punish key raising here is almost a thing of the assassins of tfie Archduke Fran- the past-M- r. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest cis Ferdinand and his wife, the DuchBert Butcher, one of our best of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair ess of Hohemberg. citizens, has moved to his farm on and adjoining counties. This ultimatum was, to all intents Green river. .Mr. Butcher was an inand purposes, the start of the war dustrious gentlemen and respected by REAL ESTATE ' Entered at the Colombia as second that has engulfed Europe in the most all who knew him, always ready to asDBAUERS class mall matter. stupendous armed conflict of all time. sist those in need. We wish for him Offer the following Property for U The Austrian nobles were murdered a happy and prosperous future. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR by a Serbian student, .who had conSale: . S. B. Eichardson has moved near spired with others on June 28, 1914. Decatur, within a stone's, throw of Peace efforts, made by England, the sparkling waters of Goosecreek. 10, 1917 WED. France and Russia, proved fruitless, James Volinger has recently moved arid on July 28, 1914, Austria formally FAEM LAND -declared war on Serbia. The follow- into our midst. He is one of the best " 140 acres of good lime stone land ANNOUNCEMENTS. ing day an AustrisBforce attacked blacksmiths we ever knew, and will dp well watered, good dwelling and out business at this place. Belgrade the Serbian capital. buildings on public road, and in a good For Sheriff. Willie Meece, a prominent farmer, neighborhood. Prjce 84,200.00, one-ha- lf war actu Thus the first shot of the of Bunker Hill, has moved into our ally was fired on July 29. cash, the balance on easy Terms We are authorized to announce W. B. This farm lies six miles S. E. of CoMeantime Germany had refused to midst. a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, recognize the peace conference urged E. C. Cooper has erected a new lumbia, Ky. subject to the action of the Bupublican primary by England. Bussia and France were dwelling that has added greatly to FARM of 1917. the appearance of his farm. mobilizing. Of 100 acres of the best land in'Adair Then on July 30, Germany sent an 'Owing to advance age Uncle Tom county. Good dwelling, 2 good bams We are authorized to announce CLYDE ultimatum to Eussia, demanding that Meece has moved into the house with and outbuildings, CRENSHAW a Candidate for Sheriff of Adair i mile from Cane ignoring F H. Austin. We feel sure he will be Valley. Price $6,500. County, subject to the action of the Democratic mobilization stop, Eussia, primary In August 1917. properly cared for. the Kaiser, declared war on Czar. FARM Germany did not declare war on Eakestraw & "Hopper have moved Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, France until August 3. The follow-ingda- y their saw mill to Irvin's Store, and on Green river, 1 mile from pike now For County Judge. England entered the war are doing a nice business. 52 acres river under "construction. against Germany. We are authorized to announce Klnt MontgomClaburn Swanson, who resided here, bottom. Good dwelling, barn and outIn rapid succession, on August 5, .has moved to the thriving village of buildings, 2 good orchards. Price ery a candidate for County Judge of Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic party Austria declared war on Russia, MonSalem. We wish him a prosperous $5,000. in the August primary 1917. tenegro on Austria and Belgium on TOWN PROPERTY" future. Germany. Nine room two story dwelling and Otho Shepherd, who has resided in For School Superintendent. Since that time practically the Illinois for'more than two years, has lot, situated on one of the best res wllole of Europe has become either dence streets in Columbia, near the We are authorized to announce GEORGE j embroiled in the lighting or seriously returned home'for a winter vacation. square, barn and out buildings. A AAEON a candidate for Schcol Superintendent Winter is here in its splendor, and very desirable home. A bargain. affected as neutrals. Of Adair County, subject to the, action of the Republican party as. expressed at the August 1917 The latest estimate of losses placed, since its appearance many whom we Price on application. primary. the grand total of dead, wounded and knew have crossed the silent river of 115 Acres of good land in a good death. We are made to feel that prisoners as upward of 17,000,000 neighborhood, good buildings on pubFor County Court CierR. Russia's loss of 5,600.000 is almost they had made preparation to meet lic road, about 8 miles south of Colummatched by Germany's estimated cas- the Lord in peace. bia. Price $1,600. (Bargain) I do hereby announce my candidacy for the ualties of 4,000,000. 40 Acres lime stone land,' very good nomination of County Court Clerk of Adair AustroHungary is given 2,760,000 Danger Signal. County, subject to the action of the Republican buildings, desirable place to live, 4 dead, wounded and missing. primary in August, 1917. If the fire bell should rind would miles south of Columbia. Price $1,600 Great Britain is given 800,000, T. A. FIRKIN. House and Lot: House with six 2.300,000, Italy 400,000, Bel- you run and stop it or go and help to France Cane Valley, Ky. gium 180,000, Serbia 230,000, Turkey put out the fire? It is much the same rooms, good out buildings, good water way with a coug. A cough is a dan- and other conveniences, just out of 500,000 and Bulgaria 50,000. More light. ger signal as much as a fire bell. You town limits. Price 8850. These figures, of course, are calculated as approximately as possible should no more try to suppress it than House with 9 rooms just out of town It is badly needed. upon reports supplied by the war bu- to stop a fire bell when It is ringing, two shops, all buildings good, corapar-tlvel- y reaus of each country, as well as the but should cure the disease that causes new. 81,900. It takes prepation to furnish the estimates of one country of the losses the coughing. This can nearly always 40 Acres ofPrice unimproved (cheap land power. be done by taking Chamberlaln'sCough Inflicted upon another country. residence) lying 3 miles N. W. of Since Canada actively - entered the Remedy. Many have use it'with the Price $600.00. Just when it will be turned on is war in support of Great Britain it has most beneficial results. It is especial30 'Acres land, good new residence, 2 not known. sent 377,000 men to the front, and of ly valuable for the persistent cough good springs, a good well. Price $700. these 05,680 have been killed, wound- that so often follows a bad cold or an 31 miles N. W. of Columbia. attack of the grip. Mrs; Thomas As soon as the weather settles road ed or captured. 8800 for house' and lot near the pubworking in Adair county should begin. On Novembei 29, James W. Gerard, Beechlng, Andrews, Ind., . writes: lic square, good garden, good well, United States Ambassador, told Pres- "During the winter my husband takes barn &c. Desirable place and is worth Wilson will continue to ident Wilson informally that Emperor cold easily and coughs and coughs. President money asked. use his best efforts to bring about William of Germany was ready for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the the $1,500 for 58f acres of land lying 2 peace. peace ''on terms satisfactory to Ger- best medicine for breaking up these attacks and you cannot get him to miles S. W. of the town of Columbia, many." Since that time have come the rout take any other." Obtainable at Paull near the Glasgow road, new 5 room There is no tangible reason for food Adv box house, good barn, good well in stuff being so "high. The price on of Roumania, the capture of Buch- Drug Co. Hard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in meats, especially, is outrageously high. arest and the cabinet crises in Engcultivation, ballance in timber. I land and France. Feed the Birds. cash the balance on time to suit purQuite a number of prospective counchaser. ty candidates will be in Columbia Fatal Fight in Casey County. Frankfort, Ky., Dec. .20, 1916 7 acres of good limestone land. next Monday, the opening of circuit Editor The News, Three room residence, two barn?, two Danville, Ky., Dec. 20 William court Dear sir: good springs, one well, one of the best Benedict, Sr., was shot and , instantly You tvIII please publish the follow- locations in-- Gradyville. Away from An effort is now being made for an- killed, four other persons were wound- ing for the benefit of those who want the creek. Price right other bridge across Green riser, near ed, and a number of others suffered to protect the birds: Dulworth. Solicitors are now out minor injuries in a shooting affray at The Game and Fish Commission is Farm of 121 acres, 5 miles south of the Christmas tree celebration of the of course interested in the wild life of Columbia. 45 acres bottom, good with subscription papers. Harris Creek School, at Lincoln, Cas- this State and waut to stimulate the buildings, splendid oachard, well ey county, eight miles south of Danhigh Tom White, who was implicated interest of the lovers of nature in watered. All in4,000. state of cultivation. Price ville, last week the protection of song, insectivorous with Curt Jett, in the assassination The Injured were: T3eorge Thornton and game birds, and we appeal to you 75 acres of land insightof Columbia, of Tom Marcum has been paroled. shot in leg; William JBenedict, Jr., as the chief source of publicity in your Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres son of the dead man, shot In ankle; timber, fenced. $50 per acre. Governor Stanley is not likely to Bourbon Galloway, shot in right arm, section to use the columns of your paper in placlng"before the public an FAbm m Taylor county Consistcall an extra session of the Legislature, and Mike Gaddis, shot in leg. appeal for the protection of the birds, ing of 200 acres, 100 acres In woodland, he is right. One would cost the and The .school children had gathered at At this period of the year with the State one hundred thousand dollars the schoolhouse for their annual ground all frozen and covered with 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, dwelling and barn. Situated 41 miles Christmas tree celebration, given by iceand snowthese little feathered south of Campbellsvllle, on Robinson It now looks like the foreign war Miss Minell Prewitt, of Moreland, neighbors of ours are facing famine. creek. Price 83,000. .will continue Indefinetely. Germany teacher. The building was packed They cannot raise trembling hands 124 acre farm, 21 miles S. W. of Dunn is manufacturing cannon and smaller with children and visitors. and beg for charity, so we forget their arms daily, and the French, English A disturbance was created by Thos needs, and since they cannot speak ville, in Adair, Casey, and Russell and Eussians are just as busy. Thornton, who, it is alleged, had been for themselves their Iriends should counties, reasonable good buildings, drinking, when Mr. Benedict arose never cease to do it for them in the. good orchard, good spring, Well water, 70 acres and asked that order be restored. It same old words, winter n Dr. T. R Moore, a Demafter winter. 20 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, corn, average 8- - bbls.' acre, ocrat, of Franklin counny, in an- 1s said that George Thornton, a brothnot clear away the wild hedges-lea- ve, 86Q0 to $800 worth of nouncing for the legislature states er of Thomas, left the building and some shocks of corn in your field, limestone land, that he is not only "dry," but "bone returned with a revolver. scatter grain sweepings lively timber. It is not known who fired the first places, fasten suet to yourin orchard 175 acres dry." He favors wide timber land, near Webbs X shot, but a general shooting followed trees, and spread a lunch counter un entrance into the room. People der your window out of the reach of Roads, Russell County, on Dixie Highhis way. Estimated to have ft. ducked between the seats, fell to the Flem D. Sampson, of Barbourville, floor and jumped through "the win- CATS." saw timber. Price 81,200. The tenderness engendered from a 33 acres 11 miles from Columbia. 7 the newly elected Judge of the Court dows and doors to escape the bullets, of Appeals, from the Seventh dis- and a number received cuts and simple service of this kind is as satis- acres first-clas-s bottom, balance fresh trict, was sworn inlasf week. He re- bruises in escaping. All of the "par- fy fog to the soul as prayer. land. Four room box house, well w I am sure you will bring to the atsigned as Circuit Judge for his presv ticipants had been on good terms pre- tention of your readers the necessity tered. Price 8830. " : ent position. viously as neighbors' and there had Three houses, 7, 6, and 5 rooms, for this little bit of charity towards been no bad blood between them. acre lots, good wells, in the town, of the birds. It is Cumberland county's time to Columbia, west of Graded School. The Game and Fish Commission select r representative for Adair and Winter Brings Colds to Children. Price $1,200" eacu. of Kentucky. Cumberland. We have not heard of A child rarely goes through the whole : a candidate from either party. 96 acres of limestone land, good The winter without aeoM, and every moth- Lingering Coughs are Dangerous. spring, 6 room box house, good barns, district is largely Republican. We er should have a" reliable remedy hanN. W. Cclumbia. $1150. hope that a competent gentleman will Get rid of that tickling cough that dy. Fever, sore throat, tight chest be selected. keeps you awake at night and drains House and lot on Fair Street,, with and croupy coughs are sure symptoms dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey your vitality and energy. Dr.' King's six rooms, good well and outbuildings, A A report from Budapest by way of will loosen the phlegm, relieve the con- New Discovery is a pleasant balsam all new, house wired for lights. Price London quoted 'the Hungarian Pre- - gested lungs and stop the Its remedy, antiseptic, laxative and 81,150. assaying the peace terms of the antiseptic pine balsams cough. and promptly effective It soothes the irmir heal Teutonic Allies were in the hands of soothe. For croup, whooping cough ritated membrane and kills the cold President Wilson. Another version and chronic bronchial troubles try I)r. germs; your cough Is. soon relieved. Is dangerous of the same dispatch quoted the Pre- - Bell's Pine Tar 'Honey. At Panll DelayDiscovery .aakr'a saying that they were "ready Drug Co., 25c: New at once. vJEor nearly COT-JMB- I A:?. Adv fifty years it rto.b subaiitteto the President. A bwo the favorite mfidectlalJojcat of the Entente J Thomas Cochran, who went to .New jrem&dyfor gripp,.crup, cooghs and AllUe5' wr to his note has been York sixteen years agd, penniless,- -' is coins, uet a ootti toaay; at J?aui lU&iMUUitt&UlU : idftirj WIUod. now a partner with J. P. itf organ; Adv . Drug C., 50c.r Published Every Wednesday Twenty-fou- r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Causes and Results of War. ; Tutt PUTTING IT OFF -- TITT & REED Post-offi- ce -- JM. . Has been the ruin oi as many Eyes as any one thing. There may be the feeling of a slight inconvenience at first. You may think, O' they will be alright in a few days. Don't be deceived, if there is ever an eye defect at all, you should not rest until a COMPETENT OPTOMETRIST has been consulted. You may save yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in time. BRYANT & SHIVELY, PAT-ffES- t Jewelers and Optometrists ! Campbellsville, Ky. t 4 ItTs Here-Co- me In-- See If -- The New Type "Z" Fairbanks Morse FARM ENGINE -- -.Columbia. - Why use an engine that burns 25c gasoline, when you can get a Fairbanks-Mors- e Oil Engine and burn coal oil? Why buy an Enging from a. catalog house without seeing it, when you can see this Enging in operation any time by calling on me? Oil EnBelow I give you a list of users of Fairbanks-Mors- e llc gines in Columbia: Stevens & Sandusky, 30 h. P. Town Rock Crushes, 20 h. P- J. C. Yates, two 6 h. &3h. P. Columbia Bottling Works 1 J h. p. M. Antle o h. p. Walker Bryant G. B. Smith & Co., Lindsey-Wilso- 20 h. p. 4 h. p. 6 h. p. 3 h. p. 3 h. p. n C. S. Harris Nell & Son, Bottlers M. L. Young 3. h. P. 7 J. F. COLUMBIA., KY. PATTESON "1 FOR PRICES SEE "Largest in Dixie." V. J. Hughes 8" Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE 1 Windows, Doors. Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Workj Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog A J (91 I Wj y i well-know- XX ISJ IBJ I PrIce-82,80- 0. 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 75-.0- CARDUI The Woman's Tonic -- ba i '' ""d " . '"'.' EX. T 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 welt and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark fcl Has Helped Thousands. (j V y a? flfrp S J, 7 MM w ei& V' J fe fc' "W THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS ft fHTi - amtmiMmmmltm m'iAm 3 HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST lumbia. All Classes jf GOES 20 MILES TO SHOW SMILE Woman Has, Pride In Good Am permanently located in Co work done. Crow dc and Inlay work a Specialty. AJI Work Guaranteed if Dental LOOK AROUND j$? Office over G. W. Lowe's , , Shoe Store"" Butlneit Phoe 13 Health Tanlac Gives Her. "I have made this special trip, over 20 miles of road, to tell you what Tanlac has done for me," said Mrs. S. E. Smith of Cleves, O., to the Tanlac Man recently. GET POSTED BUY YORS GOODS AT ZMidence Phone 13 B DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g up itairs. Columbia, - Kentucky J. 33. JoMiua "On hearing what she endured from a worried stomach nnjl disordered digestion I don't wonder," he said, "that this happy woman would put herself out to greet me with a happy 'Tanlac Smile,' and tell me how the new medicine had lifted her from a dragged down condition into one of health CASEY JONES STORE Special Prices on the Following Articles: Mens Odd Pants Odd Pants, all Kinds and Sizes, in Blue Serge, Wosted and other fine Pants. Also a full line of Heavy pants, such as Jeans, Dickey's - Mens Shirts A full Shirts. -- Underwear A complete . A full line of Mens line of Mens Fine and Work line of Underwear for ment" Mrs. and "I content- Men and women, at Bargain Prices. suffered with a weak, delicate stomach. I had to be very nNDERTAITER A2ST BMBALMB1I careful about what I ate, for COLUMBIA, ICY. everything MRS. 3. . SMITH. Any kind of Coffin or Casket 'made ready to with me. send out In a few minutes after receiving and I had a pain in the pit of the stomach most of the time. order. - Jf o extra charge for hearse. All kinds of "Dizziness caused me much discomRobes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co fort, and along with it would come Home Phone 52 A shortnes.s of breath and smothering dls-acre- ed said: Smith - Mens Hats full line 'of Mens Kerseys, Etc. Mens Shoes " We have a m full line of ' We have a Hats. - Rubbers A big line of Mens, Childrens Coats. Ladies Cloaks 150 Ladies, Misses and Childrens less than manufacturers Cloaks at-pric- Womens and Rubbers and Ladies Rain Men's Shoes, including White House, Crossett, Ben cost. Office: Russell Bldg. Res. Phone No. I. James Taylor, Colombia, Ky. M. D. spells. "My limbs swelled and joints became stiff and I wa3 almost helpless' at times. I suffered awfully. My hands and arms would ache so that I could hardly stand "From all "this, together with belching, weak heart, and sleepless nights, -- Hurr, Patriot and .other brands of Men's Prices from $3.50 to Fine Shoes. $4.50. Also a ful line of Mens cheaper Fine Shoes. A big line of Mens and Boys Heavy Work Shoes at Rock Bot- Also headquarter for Tenlorn Prices. nis Shoes and Slippers, and Ladies and Childrens Shoes. .- Ladies Coat SuitsA good line of Umbrellas - Special prices Parasols. on Umbrellas - and Ladies Shirt Waists, Coat Suits and Heavy Skirts. Special Bargains. Harness Corsets We can save you money ou ing, Check-line- s, Breech- We are Agents Jor Warrens Rust -- Heavy Bridles, Buggy it - . Proof Corsetts. Bridles, Buggy lines, Etc. Will Answer All Calls. Good for Constipation. .WELL DRILLER Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent forconstipation. They are pleasant reTanlac, the master gentleln effect. drill wells in Adair an constructive tonic, is medicine and exclusively to take and mild and sold Ad Obtainable at Paul) Drug Co. adjoining counties. See me be in Columbia, Ky., by ill My limbs do not pain now and I am not troubled with swollen and stiff Joints. I feel improved in every way, sleep well and have an excellent I was delivered by Tanlac. It helped me before I had taken half a bottle. $fext PttONE:rnome ICumb. Main 9141 Cify 2291 Rates 50-75-1.- 00 "SAFETY FIRST" PAGE & HAMILTON. Other exclusive agents in nearby proved machinery of all kinds. towns are as follows: -Pump Repairing Done. Give Crocus, Ky., J". P. Miller & Sons. Gresham, Ky., T. C. Moore & Co. me a .Call. Cooper, Ky., Coffey Bros. Exie, Ky. L. G. Wilcox. C. YATES Waterview, Ky., Thos. M. Allen. Coburg, Ky., C. H. Jarvis. Olga, Ky., H. E. Loy. Adv. fore, contracting. Latest im- Obituary. On Dec. 8, 1916, the Grim Reaper of death entered the home of D. C. Hop per and claimed for its victim aunt Laura Thomas, who resided near Fonthill. She had been in declining health for several months. She professed a hope in Christ a number of years ago and lived a consistent Christian life. Aunt Laura, as we most all knew her, was loved and respected by her many friends. Always ready to assist those in need. Her presence in the hojae and community will be greatly missed. All was done that loving hands could do, but the Lord saw fit to call her from this life to dwell on Eden's fair shore. She leaves 1 brother, 3 sisters, 1 daughter and. a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. We feel our loss is her eternal gain. After funeral services, conducted .by Rev. J. E. Grider, the remains were interred in the Friendship cemetery, near her son and liusband, who had preceded her to the grave only a few years past, there to await the resurrectiou. A TELEPHONES Hotel Watkins "In the Heart of Loui5viIle" NG WATER-MODERN IN ROOMS-RUNNI- CONVENIENCES EUROPEAN PLAN J. Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th Catarrh means inflammation. Inflammation is the stagnation of bloodthe gorging of the circulation with impure blood. Of course you can't be well under this condition. It means, headaches, indigestion, kidney trouble, coughs, colds, etc. " Louisville, Ky. Dr. Jt. James Triplett ENTIST From Kansas. Severy, Dec. 21, 191C. EVERYTHING IN OVBR PAUIiL DRUG CO. Editor News: Enclosed find my check for $1.00 to advance my subscription a short time. I was in your city about one year ago and subscribed for The News, so I wish you may send it to my address- for another six months. I was born and grew up in Casey Co., Ky. I went to Columbia, Ky., in the summer of 1878 and took examination for a teachers' certificate to teach school in the district that is Known as Pellyton. While I was in Columbia to take the examination and to attend the teachers' Institute I stopped at the Winfrey Inn, I think a man by the name of Jones was Superintendent of the schools. I met a few of the people one year ago, while in Kentucky, that I had not seen for 37 years, I would have kuown them or most of them, but they seem to have grown pld from some cause. I did not think that I had made the change until Imefc some of the people that I had not leen for 37 years. I often wander back to my old Kentucky home and say to myself "Does any one remember Billy, and did I earn my money when I tried to teach school?" I will be glad to receive a letter at any time fromany of my pupils or friends that are anxious to know about me or the country and people where I live. When some one sings Old Kentucky Home, I can't keep the tears back. If this does escape the waste basket I may write again and tell what I think of Woman Suffrage. " With best wishes to The News. I am just a plain old Democrat. Yours truly, W. A. Biggin. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONTE 38. OFFICE PHON Peruna . By assisting HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Also ElLwood and American Fence. L. H. creases the circulation, invigorates the system, removes the waste matter and brightens you up. nutrition in Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones Of service to the public entitles it to a place with you. Over 44 Years Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals Office at Residence, l mile of town, on ItfMakes Good Ohio Columbus, The Peruna Company You can get Peruna in tablet form for convenience. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated 11 Jamestown road. Phone 114 GL Friend. Columbia, Ky. Pyrus. Bradford Parnell, of 111., is spending a few weeks with relatives and friends in our community. Miss Stella Keltner entered the L. W. T. S., last Monday. Rev. J. A. "Vlre returned to the L. W. T. S., Monday, after4 spending the holidays very pleasant at home. Alvin Rosson, the Rugby scribe, and family visited at W. S. Pickett's last CO. For a Short Time. During December and January we will furnish the following papers for the sum named: The Adair County News, one year, The Daily Evening Post, one year, 6 Eaat Mattel Street Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. BAG li re- - 'l I nHEST PRICES PAID Remittance Mailed a Day Shipment a Received No Commission to Pay Write for Price Sitt aid mi - Shippinc Tatcs H. SakI & Sons EtUUukea US6 iMMperttel LOUISVILLE. KY. In Kentucky. Paris. Part settlement was made Monday with the creditors of George McWilliams, Paris shoe merchant, who assigned a few months ago to Jamea McClure, tiashier of the First National Bank of Paris, by which they recieved 54 cents on the dollar. It is - Cough Medicine for Children. thought that possibly another small Mrs. HughtJobkj Scottsvllle, N. Y., dividend will Jater be declared. says: "About five years ago when we were living in Garbutt, jN. Y., I doc-, tored two of my children suffering Nervous Women. from colds with Chamberlain' Cough tjOMtipatloDjAS is Bemedy ana found it just as represented in every way. It promptly checked their coughing and cured their colds I keep on nan&s a jjll stock of quicker than anything I ever used." coffins, caskets, and robes. J also keep Adv Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and Prompt service night or . Capt. J, M. Lowe, aged"77, and the two hearses. 4fgrs Bettle Peers, 5Q years old, died oldest conductor on the L. & N. rail-- , day. Residence Phone 39, office ifttwi injuries Teceived in a fall from a road, died Saturday week in Louis- phone 99, '( dgjrd&toryjrooinlng' house jnLouls-rtjBS.'Whic- h ville. He has been on the retired.'llst 451 yff-le.JPZlfUAtr w on fire. lor maryK Cham-fosrjain-- When the nervousness is caused bj often the case, you 's williget quick relief ty taking Tablets. These tablets also imfroVeJihe digestion. Obuinable at Adv Paull Drjig Co. Here is Good Place to Stop for .Little IVloney Woman's World, Monthly, one year, Home Life,. Monthly, one year, Home and Farm, week. . one year, Graham Keltner, of Gradyyllle, Qur Beautiful 1917 Calendar. Demom Keltner, of this place, visited , All for $3.60. Send your' subscrip Main Street Eeetween 6 & 7tli Clem - . their uncle, Mr.few days ofKeltner, of tion at once. Campbellsville a last week. ' The social at Mr. Claud Keltner's, Stiff, Sore Muscles Relieved. The Only Hotel In Icraisvaic Operated on tho American and European Plan last Saturday night, was largely folRooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water Cramped muscles or soreness All report an enjoyable time. Single. $2 00 per day: 2 people, & CO each Toliooma..... (With Meals) lowing a cold or case of grippe are .. 90 ................. 2 people, 2 25 w eased and relieved by an' application The Shepard bill lor prohibition in Single 3 CO " " 2 people, 2 50 " 60 Front Jtooma of Sloan's Liniment. Does not stain the District) of Columbia has been adRoomsIWith Private Both: the skin or clog the pores like mussy vanced on the Senate calendar andJt ..Single 3 00 per day; 2 people, 2 75 " 60 Rooms.'..... ointments or plasters and penetrates is believed that it will pass. Single 3 60 per day2 people, 3 00 60Rooma quickly without rubbing. Limber up EUROPEAN-pLARooms Withoat Battv but with Hot and Cold Running Water. t5 Rooms Single, ?1 00 per day; 2 people ?0 75 each your muscels after exercise, drive out (Without Meals) Constipation Makes You Dull. , Single, 1 23 per day; 2 people 100 each 60 Rooms.. the pains and aches of rheumatism .". That draggy, Ustles3, oppressed feel ....Single, 1 W.jer day; 2 people 125 each 50 Front Rooms neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprains ing generally results from constipa-- . " Room's With Private Bath: and bruises with. Sloan's Liniment. tion. The intestines are clogged and Mljooffla ...Slngle, 1 60 per day; 2 people 125 each Get a bottle today At Paull Drug the blood becomes polsonedy Relieve , Single, 2 00 per day; 2 people 160 each 60 Rooms.... Co., 25c. Adv this condition at once with Dr. King's w THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. 6th and Main Sts. this gentle, In the Joliet "penitentiary four pris- New Life Pills; quickly effective. A laxative is EtJUOPEAr T?XA3X ONLY oners are- - dead and sfjve critically 111 dose at bedtime will make you feel Rooms With Privato Bath, $1.50 uf. Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 and up. from drinking wood alcohol made brighter in the morning. Get a bot- - The Louisville- Hotetand the Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and onljrathrefi-fclock'- n from shellac. tie today at Paull Drug Co., 25o Adv -walk to the retail district and theaters. Semi-Monthl- y, a LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisville," Kentucky. d. non-gripin- g - - W. Scott Miller, at one time proprietor of the Wlllard HoteV has been appointed Assessor for Jefferson county to fill a vacancy caused by death. - Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Props. . Civic York. 2,500 ior Dretd her ad !For,um MMS-Kut- k TodlUric GlubNf New Law with flight. The Adair County News $1.00 5 - Vsr j N. S -- V-- ; jr-- " TPHE ADAIR COUNTS HEWS minim iii nfni t wrwf urn- - r n -- nrTTT - " '"TwiTTf 440440$44464Q4$ 4 ."8e88$6"86&ft8"&8Q"8 4 4 January Clearance Sale -- 4 4 4 A-- 4 4 6 - 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 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 all new Seasonable Merchandise, and with Reduction in Prices, will be as low as you ever bought them. Embraced in this stock will be Our entire stock of Mens and Boys Suits and Over-coat- s, Mens, Ladies and Childrens Underwear. Ladies and Misses Coats, Coat Suits, Skirts, Dresses, Petticoats and other Ready-to-we- ar articles. Bed-roo- m 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Four QWerTounnjGr flaW D55. Price $665 f. o. b. Michigan. Price $1,020 f. o. b. Michigan. Buick "Vaive-in-Hea- d" 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. PLO WE fe HILL, A.GTS. Columbia, Kentucky. THE GREAT Farmers Protection Sale 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. Winter Style Ginghams, Percales, Flannels, . Outings, Suitings- &c. - Woodson Levis GREENSBURG. KENTUCKY, D on Saturday, Jan. 13, 1917, offer for sale on my farm, 1 mile north of Montpelier, and 1 mile east of Epperson's Mill, on Russell Greek, the following: Household and kitchen furniture, 3 No.. 1 men's saddles, 1 side saddle, 12f Columbus wagon nearly as good as new, farming utensils, wheat drill, corn drill, mowing machine and rakes, 2 turning plows, harrows, and harness, and numerous other things, 2 shorthorn cows, one four years old, wjth 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 short horn bull, 2 years old, 9 nice ewes ready to lamb, 12 shoats, weighing from 50 to 75 pounds. Also I will offer for sale, my 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 will also offer of 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 Montpelier post office, 1 mile from Church, I mile of Bchool house and is regarded as the best farm in this section of jcountry. Terms made known on day "bf sale. I V. M Epperson, ' Montpelier, Ky. "f J. S.Breedbg, Auctioneer. 4 4 4 4 4 4 This Sale comes at a time when everybody needs Winter Goods. 4 Come early before the toek is broken. Remember we wilLsave 4 you from 10 to 40 per cent, on your purchases: 4 4 4 & CO. 4 RUSSELL 4 4 4 4 00004444444444444 4 44444444444444444 PARAMOUNT Public Sale. Commits Suicide. Beginning November 14 ONE HUNDRED BEST MADE FARM WAGONS AT PRICES UNDER COMPETITION. ONE HUNDRED BUGGIES TEN DOLLARS LESS THAN PRESENT COST. 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 . We offer Ten Thousand Dollare worth 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 An immense stock of dry goods, bought before the advance. At low prices while they la3t. Ladie3 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 Yard Lengths. . I will, J02t Cincinnati, Jan. 4. Dan Schroer, West Chestnut street, Louisville, committed suicide by firing a bullet into his heart on the site of the old city hospital at Twelfth and"Cen-tra- l avenues, before last midnight. He left a note asking that Miss Helen Webb at Booth's Memorial Hospital, Covington, Ky., and Miss Emma Webb, Otsyeo, Ind , be notified. Schroer was a lieutenant in the local . Salvation Army, whose new citadel is located at 216 West Chestnut street. Dr. BOscar Doyle had been treating him for several months following a nervous breakdown, according to Ensign Thomas A. Peart. Lieut. Schroer left for Cincinnati last Tuesday without telling any of his friends his reasons for going. He had been despondent, Ensign Peart states. Lieut. Schroer was a native of Germany, coming to this country twelve years ago. Lieut Schroer was connected with the local Salvation Army headquarters for about six years and was well known here. It is not known whether he has any relatives in this country or not The body will be buried in Cincinnati. "Captain Dan" as he was familiarly called here, made his first visit to Columbia about four 'years ago. He came in the interest of the Salvation Army, and was liberally rewarded. After the first visit he came annually, our people always answering to his call. Upon his visit, last Surnmor he made an arrangement with the printo enter cipals of the Lindsey-Wilso- n 27, 216 -- JL "WHERE QUALITY MEETS The Scrcn's Supreme Emotional Artiste IPA-UIlESrE JL Good Indigo Blue Overall of ' at $1.00. FREDERICK: "BELLA DONNA" A Paramount Picture that Is Paramount -- e- Thursday Night In a Thrilling and Spectacular Picturizarion the Celebrated Novel and Play We offer Woven Wire Fence 20 per cent upder market. by mail; if not satisfactory can be returned. Thursday Will send and article " Night Ik is N - America's Most Distinguished and Beautiful Star EDNA GOODRICH Saturday "Night "ARMSTRONG'S WIFE" Teeming with Suspense and Thrills Photo-dram- IN Replete with Saturday Night Exciting situations A with a big a Daring Theme Exquisitely Handled. ADMISSION, 5 & 10 CENTS. that Institution of learning, stating the time he reached his majority he We have thoroughly tried out the Chevrolet Automobiles, anc and the that he was anxious to become better joinedan Salvation army, his had worker until been death acquainted with the'English language, We haveactiveinformation as to the recommend the Baby Grand as luxurious in all it's appointments no September and cause of his suicide, but despondency equal to any Oar on the market at a much higher price. We will He came the first of got along finely in school until a short seems to prevail. pleasure in demonstrating this" Car to, any one expecting to at which The following are supposed to have take while before Christmas, time he was taken with a deep cold, been his last words: "I cannot live buy one this winter or in the spring.. Price $800.00. We also recbordering on pneumonia. Just before any longer without a friend, so I ommend to your kind, attention the Model .490, This is indeed tfe the school closed for the holidays he thought this to be the onlv f.hincr to left for liouisville, to spend Christ- do. Forgive me, oh God, for thalf) est proposition in the Motor Car world. Price complete at factorymas. No word came from him after aijoyo visau j. imvu uinou. $490.00 either five passenger Touring Car or Roadster. Libir he left. He impressed the citizens of this town as being a consecrated proposition for If you have any intention of buying Christian and everybody had confitragic death dence in him, and tils atall during the coming season, write us. We will give any inforbrought sorrow to the school here $2.50 to $4.00 Each. and to the community. He was an mation requested. accomplished cornet player and had IV. T. HODQEN, BOX 232. organized aBoy's band at the college. - foxE3 Wanted OAUPaetMSViu.iT Su-Agen- ts. He was a German and came to this country when in his teens, and abode ky. "jkL !.. ? " Iff