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Kentucky wjll receive 897,000 for from the national government to Editor New: aT?T in building good roads, and 319,500 We have been here ten days and the for 1917, and the amounfi apportioned weather has been ideal until last Frithis state increases each year, making day evening when it began to turn a sum total for the five years $1,420,-00- cold, and by Saturday morning the The time is approaching, it is at thermonetef registered 31 degrees hand, when the road or" roads to be above zero. Sunday morning 21 and buijt by state and national aid must evening 2(T above, with a sleet or? the be selected, and our State Road Com- ground, Just enough to make it slick. missioner, Mr. WilSy. suggests build There is a 7 inch snow at Dallas and ing a road from the Big Sandy to theft over nqrth Texas, They say this Is Mississippi. He points out the facts unusual weather here and I guess it that most of the rivers and railroads is, and would be a little unusual In cross the state North and South, also Kentucky. We have met a good many - Kenthe Dixie and Jackson Highways, and for this reason lie believes a main tucky people since we came here. thoroughfare Eastand West would Last Thursday we were invited T serye morb people and bring more last miles out of town, to John Dice's, an ing results, than to cross latitude or Adair county man, to a reception din- scatter the money among the various ner. John's youngest sou married the counties over the entire State.1 He evening before, a beautiful young lasuggests the building of the road from dy by the name of Roy. It was a regA Splendid Stock of Goods for Sale. Wickliff to "Ashland, passing through ular old Kentucky infair dinner with the counties of Ballard, Carlisle, turkey, cranberries, and every thing. Graves, Marshall, Trigg, Christian, Col. Miller and daughter Mary, took Having sold my farm, my mind is Todd, Logan, warren, Edmonson, Bar- us out in their car and we sure had a made up toremove to a Western State, ren, Hart, Larue, Nelson, Washing- delightful day. Eugene Dice and his and I now desire to sell my large stock ton, Merper, Garrard, Jessamine, Fay- wife were there and several other of general merchandise, consisting of ette, Montgomery, Bath, Row- Kentucky people. John Dice owns Clark, store. an, everything kept in a. first-clas-s Carter and Boyd. Following the 500 acres of line land and is in good The stock is fresh no hard lots fn it, line proposed through shape. Eugene also owns a good farm counhence the opportunity is open for some ties, you will readily the above see an East and and a good home and plenty of the man who wants to engage in the mer- West route is shown from Wicklfff to good things of life about him. He cantile business. There is more mon- Glasgow, then an abrupt turn to the has beenwell kept. Only weighs ey in circulation at this time than for North to Nelson county, paralleling 330 pounds. several years in the past, and the outJo Sam Morgan lives here in Belton. the Jackson nighway the entire dislook Is encouraging for 1917. tance. In this break the road also ne is another Adair County man, and My reason for selling is that I have follows the same course of the L. & N hasvmade- good. He has served two decided to go West. My business is railroad, passing through . territory terms as County School Superintendgood, and I have as good if not the well provided with good roads as well. ent. He is highly esteemed by the best location in Columbia. If you de- If an East and West road is desired, people here Bro. Morgan used to atsire to engage in the mercantile bus- why take a North cours from Glas- tend school at Montpelier and boarded iness in mis place, the opportunity is gow, when through Metcalfe, Adair, at my house, and I rejoice to see him now open to some man who wants a Casey and Lincoln would be id line to make good in life " bargain. I am in position to offer in- Garrard and Mr. Joel Elliott of the firm of Ray viting inducements in prices and fifty miles? shorten the road at least & Elliott is a Cumberland county Metcalfe, Adair and Caterms. I am ready to show any pros- sey neither have good roads nor rail- man. This firm has been in business pective purchaser through my stock. roads, and a roadMrom Stanford to here 37 years. He is cousin of R. F. T. E. Waggener. Glasgow would put two important and W. B. Rowe of Columbia. He is sections of the State in close touch. the last of the Uncle Robt. Elliott Adair County Jurors. We believe Mr. Wiley is "correct in his family of boys. Thompson Elliott a proposed expenditure of the money brother, died a short time ago at in building a great road longitudinal Coopper Cave, in this State. Mr. The following gentlemen made up State, but cannot see why Mike Elliott another brother died last the juries for the present term of Cir- througli-th-e he dellects from the course after reach- May. cuit Court, just closed ing Barren county. It may be that There are quite a good many GRAND JURY.V live at Temple, whom we he figures Metcalfe, Adair and Casey Curt Yarberry, C. M. Pollard, Lu- - beyond redemption in the buildingbf have not met yet. Belton is a splendid cien Moore, Robert Cabell, J. V. roads, or for historic purpose he elects old town, the oldest one in Bell Blair, TheodorePowell, W. C Rogers, to pass through Larue. Be that as it county and dates from 1850 and is 67 J. J. Humphrey, D. W. Kinniard, may, if'we are not on the line we miss years old. It has a population of Robt. Marshall, C. L. Keltner, Evan the road and our section of the State 5000, two Rail roads and one Interer-ba- n Akin, Theodore Powell, Foreman line runing to Temple, 9 miles, but little benefited. Before this matand has a splendid school system. 5 ter is settled is the time to present PfitlT JURY our claims, and it seams that the Lschodl building, about 600' pupils en , J. G. Gadberry, Isaac Hurt, Finis county jadges of the four counties to- rolled. One splendid high school Williams, Lorin Dudley, L Akin, Jo M. Williams, Porter Barger, S. M, gether with their courts and interest- building, with 250 pupils in attendBaker, Geo. Morrison, Everet Hadley, ed citizens, ought to get busy and pre- ance, I was here 35 years ago, quite a Frank Curry, Lewis Reese, M. A. sent to the commissioners our claims, change since then. There are four banks here, all doing Monday, Wesley Sparks, W- - R- - Brad-sha- resources and desires for the road. It may be too late to secure the road, but a fine business. The cotton crop of Leslie McClister, Hayden Keltner, G. L. Wolford, Charley Collins, it is nob too late to make an honest, last year has brought 88,000,000,000 in Willie McKinley, G. W. Cape, Tans energetic- effort. Without an effort to the state. Just think of it! The McGinnis, Josiah Hunter, L. A. Pow- we lose, but if the counties on our banks are overloaded with money. proposed line will unite, there are The high school pupils are having a ell." many reasons wjiy we should win and declamatory contest in the state. I RESERVE. secure the road on the most direct had the pleasure of attending the girls J. W. Price, J. C Spears, J. W. Blair' line from Glasgow to Lancaster via., contest here last Friday evening. W. F. Sariciers, J. B. Coffey, Hatton Edmonton, Columbia, Liberty and Seventeen girls delivered a declamaRedman. Stanford. Who can figure the great tion on Robt. E. Lee, each one giving worth to this section in the building the same address. Four of their Board of Health Resolutes. of a National Highway as proposed? members were selected for another Who doubts the financial ability of contest in which will be four boys and the counties through which it would four girls, and one of the eight will be At a meeting of the County Board be built to'meet their part of the cost selected for the county contest, in of Health of Adair county held at trie inside of five years? Adair county can which all the high schools in the counresidence of T. F. Collins in the town do it, Metcalfe has her part practical- ty will be represented. Then one puof Columbia, Kentucky, on the 21st , ly' secured through her bond issue, Ca- pil will be selected for the "district day of January, 1917, present G. T. sey is amply able to do her part, Lin- contest, and one from each district Herriford, T. F. Collins and S. P. Mil- coln would only need sufficient money for the State contest, which is final. for reconstruction an item the coun ler members of said Board. try would hardly miss, while This is good exercise for the young a3 appearing that there is an epi- certainly would rather buildBarren people, It East, and will be an incentive to demic of small pox in Columbia, and than North, and open up her trade them to do their best. near thereto it is ordered that S, P. territory. Gentlemen, this proposiWe are both enjoying, it here (except Miller Health officer, make such inves tion is too important to longer sleep cold,) and are holding our own aU ether of fear and tigations and establish such rules and under the industrialImmediate action the moral cowardice. right. Mrs. Williams Is attending the quarentines as in his opinion will pre- is necessary. The line through these aid socities and C. W. B. M., meet vent the spread of said desease and to counties is the direct one, passing ings. take any steps that may be necessary through an undeveloped section of the The News reached us here Saturday navState to keep the spread of such desease igable without railroad facilities,.short- noon, and we enjoyed it like a letter rivers or good roads and Wherever he finds ens the distance from the Big Sandy from home. Glad to see we are to under control. any member of any family Infected to Mills Point by many miles. What have a Chautauqua this year. Put us with said disease he is ordered and think you? down for some tickets. Sorry to learn directed to force oEner members of of the,death of Blllie Josh Co nover. Sale of Valuable Mill Properly. such family to be vaccinated, tind he Z.T. Williams. shall require all other persons to b Campbellsville's loss. Mr. John Thurman, who lives in th Under a judgment of the Green The barn owned by Mr N M. Tutt, Obituary. Breeding locality, is a candidate for vaccinated to prevent the spread of Circuit Court, the Moss milling Com and occupied by GqtfBros., liverymen, On Saturday, the 13th inst Mrs Jailer of Adair county, subject to the said disease. pany's property consisting of Roller went down last Wednesday night, un- Nannie Long, who was one of Camp- action of the Republican party, the On Jan? 12, death entered our com' Quarentine is hereby placed upon Mill, Saw Mill, Planing Mill, Electric-Ligh- t der the heavy weight of snow. There bellsville's most prominent women, nrlmarv hnhn hAld in Aiimish. Mr. the following places where the disease munltyand claimed for Its victim plant and franchise, will be sold were quite a number of vehicles in it died after an illness of one Thnrmtfn hno hann p farmar f.h rraf& nOW OXlstSt GUS HagUrd and Ills at the court house, in Greensburg, Bryant Meece, whoTesTded near Font-hil- l. damaged. which were more or less He was quite an industrious week. She was the widow of er paru of his life," and has so conduct family, Wyat Smith and those living Ky., on Monday, the 12th day of Feb- young man. He was respected by all Charles R. Long, who lived in ed himself as to meet the respect of in the house with him; Ores Barger 1917 at 1 o'clock p. ra , on a Ziba Hopkins, of Clinton county, Louisville, and who was prominent living in the house, with who knew himf Our community has his neighbors and friends. He has and those ix and twelve mouths. committed suiplde by putting a bullet in the affairs of the city for a number him. This order shall apply to such credit of lost a noble citizin and his presence in county two years as deputy' property,-sitthr,oughv,his heart, a few days ago. of years before his death, which oc- served his places and such persons anywhere in This is valuable and desirable this community will b8 greatly missin Greensburg, Ky. The ed. He was stricken with pneumonia H e was ' thirty years old His wife curred ibojit nine years ago. After Sheriff, making an efficient officer. Adair county as the health officer uated While holding this position he became made necessary on account of and lived only 7 days. He was in sale is had just died with tubercu'osls, and his death. Mrs. Long returned to shall find infected with small pox. of young manhood, seemingly the death of W. M. Moss, one pf the grief is attributed for the rush aot. Gampbellsvillefher native town, to re- fairly well acquainted throughout the G. T. Herriford, county, making many friends. He members ofthe owners. Any infor- shbuld have lived to an advanced age, T. F. Collins, Strange, of Burkesville, side. Last year she had an elegant feels that he would make the county a mation may be obtained as to this but the Lord saw fit to call him away. " Mr. J: L. . S. P. Miller. H. O. We feel our loss was his eternal Elmo brick residence built on a beautiful watchful Jailer, and he most respectwho is the father of J. O.and property by writing to Noggie.& Gragain. He leaves a wife, 3 children, ho has a site, and was surrounded with all the' fully asks his friends to support him Strange, tills place, and' ham, attorneys for Lula Moss admin- an aged mother 4 sisters and S brothNervous Women. great many relatives In Adair county, comforts of life when attacked by a iu the contest. Between now and the istratrix of W. M. Moss," Greensburg, ers, a large circle of relatives and Whenthe nervousness is caused by Ky.,'qr to Milby & Henderson, attor- friends to mourn his loss. After fuis a victim of a cancer, and is in a fatal disease. She was a sister of H. first Saturday in August, the day of N. and John codductfed criticaljcondition. He Is iu his 79th .Campbellsvine.N. Turner, bankers of the primary, he hopes to see all the constipation, as Is often the case, you neys for other members of the Moss neral services the remalns"-wer-eby Rev. J. M. Williams, laid to She was a true " Ken voters in the county, presenting his will get quick relief by fakingv Cham Milling Co. TTnlqn soldier during year, andwas a rest by the Masonic Fraternity, In high- claims, face to f ace. His , fidelity to beriain's Tablets. Tnese tablets also , W. F. Cantrell, the civilwr, commanding a company tucky woman, standing ior the .the Friendship cemetery,., there to He is f a na est ideal of her sex, and was a devout the Republican party can not be called improve the digestion. Obtainable at Master Commissioner Green Circulto. await the-- resurrection. io the27th5Keritucky. ' Church . 1 J member: of the Presbyterian J Paull Drug Co. Adv Court, ' A. ' . end. UveofSatirV t 13-2- b " 13-4- nish McCall's magazine one year with free pattern; Fafm.aud Home one Again I ask all persons indebted to year, Woman's World two years and !E O .Stone, Danville, was here The Adair County News one year "all me to call at mv store and inake payMr. ment. 1 need every cent due me, and several days of lastweek. for $1.40. Subscribe now. as I hav,e indulged you, this riotice , quite Mrs. J. W. Morrison has been sick for several days with grippe and Best hog I ever owned for. sale. A should he heeded. -.- T.E. Waagener. tonsllitis. Registered Duroc 16 months old and Mr. Wm. Hobson, of the Campbells-vlll- e will weigh about 400 pounds. He is a Stock Wanted. bar, was here, attending court fine breeder and true to his type. if taken inside of $30:00 will buy him. several days of last week. Bruce Montgomery, Phelps Bros , of this place, are sucMiss Lorena Pyle, of Elizabethtbwh, 10 days. 13-- lt Columbia, Ky. Is visiting in Columbia stopping with cessful stock dealers and they handle her sister, Mrs. Lola Lovett. cattle, hogs and sheep, paying the Mr. John Madison Turner, who Mr. R. F, Rowe and Mr. J A. Hill lived on Crocus, twelve miles from highest market price. They are loreturned from Louisville last week, Columbia, died last Saturday after- cated in Columbia, and their phone No.. 52 C or 38 E. If you have any bringing several Buick machines. noon at 2 o'clock, ne was 79 years them, or see them Misses Ruth Beck, Mary D. Beck old. He was a member of the Presby- thing to sell call t when in town and Margaret Beck, of McKinney, terian ChurchT Mr. J. A. Young, of Ky., are spending a week or two with this place, was his nephew. Good for Constipation. their cousin, Mrs. J. A. Hill. a full stock of I keep on nands Chamberlain's'Tablets are excellent Mr. C. T. Triplett, who has been coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep for constipation. They are pleasant confined to his room for six or eight Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and to take and mild and gentle in effect. weeks, does not improve He is now two hearses. Prompt service night or Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Ad. confined to his bed, but is not in im- day. Residence Phone .29, office mediate danger. phone 98. Died in Louisville. Mr. R. H. Helm, of near Lebanon, 45-- 1 yr J. F. Tdptett, was here lasp Friday, en route home, Columbia, Ky. John T (Boss) Barbee, who spent from Uussell county. He was called Tne Board of Health publishes a nearly his entire life in Columbia, was toRussell county on account of the death of his brother, reported last bunch of resolutions in today's paper found dead, in his bed, in Louisvifle, epidemic. The last Saturday morning at 9 o'clock on the small-po- x week. Board is doing its duty in making an He was 85 years old last November. Mr. Claud Montgomery, who .left effort to stamp out and prevent the He removed with his son to Louisyille here ten days' 'ago, secured employ- further spread of the disease, and the about jye years ago. He was an ment in Dayton, Ohio, where he will resolutions should be heeded. uncle of S. D. and J. B. Barbee and emain for some time IIS is indusMrs. J. B. Jones, this' place. He had trious and capable, and will doubtless Horace Spalding, who claims Leba- been an invalid for several years. He make good. non as his home, shot and killed Mrs. was known to all the middle aged Myrtla Watson, with whom he was people of this county. He was buried living as his wife, in Louisville, last in the city of Louisville. Only 8 indictments return during Sunday morning at 1 o'clock. Sp'ald- circuit court. 'ing is 26 years old, and the woman he For a Short Time. The Teachers' paychecks for Jan- killed came to Louisville from Macon, Ga. She was shot four times? uary has arrived. During December and January we will furnish the following papers for The snow brought down the roof of The contract between Mr A. H. the sum named: Ballard and G. B, Smith takes efftct the Elrod mill shed. the first day of February. Until that The Adair County News, one year, Smith oil engsne for the light plant time there will be no lights. Mr. The Daily Evening Post, one year, was shipped for this place Monday. will be ready on that date, proSmith Woman's World, Monthly, one year, vided a few slight changes are made Home Life, Monthly, one year, Walter Neathery, about sixty years very suddenly at Bakerton, by Mr. Ballard which will doubtless old, died Home and Farm, be done. a few days ago. one year, Our Beautiful 1917 Calendar. The W. M. U., of the Baptist The Common School Diploma ExAH for $360. Seud your subscrip Church, will meet Thursday, Jan., 25, amination for January will be held at County Superintendent ogjce on tion at once the in the lady's parlor of the church. Friday and Saturday Jan., 26 and 27. Dr. Frank Cheek will preach at the Applicants will furnish their wn Court Adjourns. Presbyterian church next Sunday, writing materials and pay a fee of one forenoon and evening, every body in- dollar each. The Common School There was but little business transvited. Diploma shows that the holder has acted in circuit court last week The Frank Toliver bought fourteen completed the common school course weather was very disagreeable and mules here last week. He paid from and is entitled to free tuition in the witnesses could not reach town. All 8100 to $155 per head. They v were County High School. the Commonwealth cases, except a few Tobias Huffaker, Supt. shipped to Tennessee. minor charges, wera continued until the May term. The case of Jack The case of the State against Jeff In the proper column Mr. L. Y. Young, for stabbing Walter Goff, was Jones, charged with murder, was con Gabbert, of the Harmony precinct, tried, all the witnesses being about tinued until the may term, important announces forCounty court clerk of town. He was fined one hundred Adair county, subject to the action of witnesses being absent. Enough-busine- ss was docketthe Republican party. He also pub- dollars. On account of absent witnesses sev- lishes an address over his signature, ed for the full two weeks, but on aceral important Commonwealth cases stating his position politically, etc. It count of the statement made above, were continued until the May term is due Mr. Gabbert that we state that Judge Carter adjourned court and left and attachments issued. we have known him for a num- for home Saturday. Mr. Ely Loy, who recently died in ber of years, and we have no hesitan" Political Card. cy in stating that he is tfell qualified Taylor county at the age of 82, was a brother-in-laof W. W. Brockman, for the office, and that he is an industrious and very courteous gentleman. To of this county, so we are informed. the Republicans of Adah County: He is a son of Dr. Z. T. Gabbert, who 'J hereby annourice myself, a candiMan past 30 with horse and buggy resides at Jloley, on Casey's creekr date for the office of Clerk of Adair to sell Stock Condition Powder in County Conrt, subject to the action of Come and Settle. Adair County. Salary $70 per month. the Republicans, at the August primaAddress 9 Industrial Bldg., Indianapry 4917. All persons owing Barger Bros, are olis, Ind. 1 have been a Republican since I atnotified that they need the money and tained my majority, and have always ll-3- t Quite a number of business men, on want it. been found'trying to advance its interthe square, after Goff 's barn fell in, ests and as best I could fight its battles, took the precaution to have the snow At the Baptist Church. lam a farmer by profession, Taked from the roofs of their houses am well qualified for. the office Next Sunday Jan., 2&, Mr. N. T. but sheds. Barnes will be with us at the Baptist which I seek If nominated I promT. E. Waggener sold his farm, lying church. He is secretary of the B. Y. ise to make the best fight, in Novemtwo miles from Columbia, on Stanford P. U., work. Let all the members be ber, that I can. I intend to see every road, to Sam Stevenson, for thirty-seve-n present at the Sunday 'School and oth- voter in the county before the primary, and I ask my friends to do all they hundred dollars. Tiiis is one of er services on that day. can to advance my interest between in the county. the best small farms now and the primary. will be given soon. Possession Wanted. Very Respectfully, L. Y. Gabbert. Mr. W. H. Sandusky "has sold his A man to represent us in Adair residence, on the street leading to the county. Salary and other consideraFair Grounds, to his brother, Mr. tions write us, Singer Sewing Machine Mr. John Thurman Wants .to lie Consideration, not Co., Gr. R. Holt, Mgr. Campbellsville JohnSandusky. Jailor. given. W. H. Sandusky will build Ky. ' spring. another residence in the --- Personals. Warning Notice. Lebanon, Ky. Jan., 19, 1916. XAirB' Newsi " IflH as been a long time since I lived in Adair the county that-gav- e years me jffrth nearly sixty-thre- e agotill she is precious to. m'e, and shall ever be while this life shall last, or while reason sits upon her throne, and I am much interested in the people of my old county, and cannot afford to be without your excellent paper which comes to me w'eekly filled with such things as are of great interest to me, I am moving on very nicely with my work here have a delightful people to serve and hope to have a good'year. Enclosed find check for $1 for the renewal of my paper for another year, A friendly greeting to the "News" and my many Adair county friends. Yours sincerely, Jesse L. Murrell. n (fan't Do .Without It. Important Road Move. From Eld. Z. T.Williams. 1916 0. - - -- Semi-Monthl- Ken-tuckia- ns . -- -- w 13-t- f tjia-prim- e -- -- -- v J L i M ADAIR COUNTY J& -- 3 the 'AfAiR county Mws " NEWS QUARTERLY CONFERENCE t ' PiMiske Every, Wednesday - AmttHtHMtMtM Columbia District, Second Round. Adair Coonty News Company. (INCORPORATED.) The following are dates and places where Quarterly Conferences will "be held in the Columbia District .on the Second Round, beginning on January XT, M. '. M. Tutt G. R. Reed I PUTTING IT OFF ,. S K. CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor, -- .i Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest of the City of Colombia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Colombia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offi- ce 1917; as second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR January Jamestown, Bethlehem 27th and 28th Sparkesville, Hogard's Chapel February 3rd and 4th- Parnell, Morrows, February 9th. Mill Springs, Mill Springs, February 10th and 11th. Monticello, Monticello, February 11th S TUTT ft -- t I REEffl : . S f'X .; I DBAT.TCRS ' Offer the following Property for - REAL ESTAOffi Sate WED. JAN. 24, 1917 ANNOUNCEMENT. ana 12th. West Monticello, Keens, February 13th. PAT-ffESO- Burkesville, Griders, February 17th "As Light andI8th. Renor, Sugar Grove, February 18th For Sheriff. N We are authorized to announce W. B. a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County. subject to the action of the Bupublican primary of 191V. We are authorized to announce CLYDE CRENSHAW a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary in August 191?. We are authorized to announce R, M. HURT a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, .subject to the action of the Democratic party, as expressed at the August primary 1917. and 19th. Bethlehem, Fountain Run, February 24th and 25th. Tompkinsville, Tompkiusville, February 25th and iCfch. Temple Hill, Bethel, March 3rd and 4th. Pierce, Mt. Lebenon, March 8th. Summersville, Queensberry, March 9th. Greenshurg and Earleys, Earleys, March 10th and 11th Casey Creek, Casey Creek, March loth. Mausville, Mansville, March 16th Elkhorn, Elkhorn, March 17th "and 18th. As a Feather" about light, tempting and wholesome Jelly Rolls, Cakes,Biscuitsand other good things! My! but fluffy, FARM LAND' ' acrrs of good lime stone land well watered, good dwelling and out buildings on public road, and in a good neighborhood. Price 34,200.00, one-hacash, the balance on easy terms This farm lies six miles S. E. of- - Co140 Has been the ruin of as many Eyes as any one thing There may be the feeling of a slight inconvenience at first. You may think, p" they will be alright in a few days. Don't be deceived, if there is ever an eye defect at ath-yshould not rest until a COMPETENT OPTOMETRIST has been consulted. You may save yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in time. ou lf BRYANT & SHIVELY, Jewelers an3 Optometrists lumbia, Ky. FARM Of 100 acres of the best land in Adair county. Good dwelling, 2 good barns Land outbuildings, i mile from Cane Valley. Price $6,500. """ FARM Of 3C4 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Green river, 1 mile from pike now under construction. 52 acres river Bottom. Good dwelling, barnand outbuildings, 2 good orchards. Price $5,000 Campbellsville, Ky. "Talk CALUMET BAKING POWDER certainly beats the band for for sure results purity, economy and wholesome bakings. Tell your mother to try Calumet Baking Powder on the money-bac- k guarantee. - . For County Judge. Campbellsville Station, March 18th We are authorized to announce Kint Montgom- and 19th. ery a candidate for County Judge of Adair counGrady ville, Grady ville, March 22nd. ty, subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August primary 1917. Colurabiat Columbia, March 21rh and 25th.-For School Superintendent. S. G. Shelley, Presiding Elder. We are authorized to annoance GEORGE AARON a candidate for School Superintendent of Adair County, subject to theaction of the Republican party as expressed at the August 1917 primary. - For County Court ClerK. 1 do hereby announce my candidacy for the nomination of County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject to the action Of the Republican primary in August, 1917. T. A. FIRKIN. Cane Valley, Ky. We are authorized to announce JOHN N. SQUIRES a can&date for the office of County Court Clerk ef Adair County, subject to the action of the Republican party, expressed at the August Primary. We are authorized County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject to to announce R. Y. of the Harmony prieinct, a candidate for GAB-BER- the action of the Republican primary the first Saturday in August 1917. For A: ssessor We are authorized to announce P. P. DUNBAR, of East Columbia Precinct, a candidate for the office of Assessor of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democratic party, as expressed at the August Primary. For Jailer We areaurthorized to announce JOHN THUR- MAN a candidate for Jailer of Adair county sub' ject to the action of the Republican party, as ex. pressed at the August primary. It looks very much" HkeTomLawson spilled his"beans. . 9 -- 8250,000,000 Another British loan amounting to will be floated in this country by J. P. Morgan & Co. The fuel situation at Greensburg was reported distressing last week. People generally were out of coal, and no prospects of any being shipped in. nt The has handed in a note, expressing its approval of President Wilson's peace proposition, making the seventh nation .that lias endorsed it. Greek-governme- Admiral George Dewey, the hero of Manila Bay, is dead and this whole country mourns. He was the ranking naval officer of The world, and had been in the service of his country for sixty-tw- o jears. The end cameab his home in Washington, D C lastTues-da- y night. The funeral serjices were held Sunday and the interment was Jn Arlington Cemetery Many distinguished citizens and soldiers and naval officials took .part in the ceremonies. Too much honor could not have been given the hero who whipped Spain -- The greatest celebratioffof Lincoln's birthday in the country this year will take place at Lincoln Memorial Uni- versity, at Cumberland Gap lb will not only commemorate the birthday of the great President, bub will mark the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the university, ty Genet al O. O. Howard, of Vermont. Governors, Senators, "captains of finance and industry and noted educators will take paftf The exercises will last thrtfd&ys, February 10, 11 and 12, and during their course the life of Lincoln and his views as they would apply to th problems of the present will embrace the chief discussion. TOWN PROPERTY Nine room two story dwelling and .lot, situated on one of the best res deuce streets in Columbia, iearv. the square, barn and out buildings. A very desirable home. A bargain. Received- Highest Awards Price on application. Nno Cut Btth Fru Si Sllf in Pound Can, 1 15 Acres of good land in a good neighborhood, good buildings on pubTeszxnzn Sloan's Liniment for Stiff Joints. QKINGPpWDI lic road, about 8 miles south of ColumX ID. Rheumatic pains and aches gat into bia Price $1,600. (Bargain) the joints and muscles, making every 40 Acres lime stone land, very good movement torture. Relieve your suf:truL buildings, desirable place to live, 4 y fering with Sloan's Liniment; itquick-lmiles south of Columbia. Price 1,600 penetrates without rubbing, and House and Lot: House with six soothes and warms our sore muscles. rooms, good out buildings, good "water The congested blood is stimulated to and other conveniences, just oub of action; a single application will drive town limits. Price $850. out the pain. Sloan's Liniment is House with 9 rooms just outof town clean, convenienb and quickly effective two shops, all buildings good, com parit does not stain the skin or clog the Why use an engine that burns 25c gasoline, when you can pores. Get a bottle today at Paull ti vely new. Price $1,900. Adv Drug Co., 25c. Oil Engine and burn 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap get a Fairbanks-Mors- e coal oil? residence) lying 3 miles N. W. of CoWhy buy an Engine from a catalog house without seeing it, Economy is good stuff unless you lumbia Price SfrOO 00. try to make one handkerceief last for 30 Acres land, good new residence, 2 when you can see this Engine in operation any time by calling on me? a week. good springs, a good well. Price $700. uu ceiow i give you a list oi users or rairrjanKS-mors- e 31 miles N. W. of Columbia. in Columbia: Obituary. $800 for house and lot near the pub-li- p Stevens & Sandusky, G. B. Smith & Co., 20 h. p. 30 h. p. square, good garden,) good well, Lindsey-Wilso- n Town Rock Crusher, 4 h. p. 20 h. barn &c. Desirable place and is worth Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not On a beautiful Sabbath day at high save you money. Calumetdoes it'sPure the money asked. 6 h. p. S. Harris C. Yates, two 6 h. p. & 3 h. C. J. noon, May 21st, 191C. little Paul Wiland far superior to sour milk and soda. for 58 acres of land lying 2 $1,500 Columbia Bottling Works Nell & Son, Bottlers 3 h. p. h. more Sollenberger first opened his miles S. W. of the town of-- Columbia, eyes to greet and fill with 3 h. p. M. Antle M. L. Young bright blue h. near the Glasgow road, new 5 room love and joy all who should come to Walker Bryant 3. h. p. We get our authority from a reliknow him. He was the 7 months old able exchange that the sales of the box house, good barn, good well in PRICES SEE son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sollenberger Sears, Roebuck & Company have now yard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in cultivation, ballance in timber. I (nee Miss Clara Wilmore) and was reached the million dollar a day mark. purborn at the home of his grandparents, This is simply stupendous for ib means cash the balance on time to suit chaser. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wilmore, at at 'the low margin of ten per cent , a 7 acres of good limestone land. Ky. Being no little ones in profit of one hundred thousand dollars Three room residence, two barn?, bwo the home he was soon the light of .the every bwenby-fou- r hours. Their goods good springs,"one well, one of the.best household and was the pride of the en- are no better than those of the coun tire family, bub never being strong it try mp.rfihn.nb. their nricps are not locations in Gradyville. Away from was soon found thac.lt would Tequiremuch jf any lowerj taking ,nC0 C0Esid. the creek. Price right ve'ry "careful nursing and the family Farm of 121 acres, 5 miles south of eration the cost of transportation and 45 acres bottom, good physician was very attentive"" and ev- ordering. How did they get this vast Columbia. ery means resorted to that could he trade? buildings, splendid oachard, well It was simply the liberal use Incorporated thought of and suggested. At times of printers int. They saw the value watered. All in high state of culti- he would seem to be doing well, but of Advertising and they put it to use vation. Price $4,000. only long enough for all to build high with great success In other words 75 acres of land insighbof Columbia, hopes, then he would again be on the they invited the public to trade with Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres decline and such was his little life. them and the public accepted the in- timber, fenced. $50 per acre. But with a mother who never tired of vitation. The way is .open "to the ng trying to alleviate his suffering, he country 'merchant if he chooses to use FAek in Taylor of 200 aoreaTlOO acres in woodland, Night it. had the very best attention. Windows, Door's, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres fn dultivation, after night the mother, sometimes dwelling and barn. Situated 41 miles Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog alone, and often with the entire house DangervSignal. south of Campbellsville, on Robinson hold would sit up alL night "doing all If the fire bell should rind would in their power to ease his suffering. vou run and strm it. nr en and heln to creek. Price 53,000. 124 acre farm, 2 miles S. W. of Dunn Not one thing was left undone by Dr J pufc out the fire? Ib ,s mucn the same mother, grandparents, little Maude or way with a coug. A cough is a dan- ville, in Adair, Casey, and Russell neighbors that could be done, but ger signal as much as a fire bett. You counties, reasonable good buildings, Wl with it all he grew steadily worse and a should no more try to suppress ib than good orchard, goodspfing, well water, few.days before Christmas ibiwas seen to stop a fire bell when ib is ringing, 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, he was fasb approaching the end, and bub should cure bhe disease that causes 20 acres corn, ayerage 8 bbls. acre, when the doctor said, there was no the coughing. This can nearly always fimestone land, $600 to $800 worth of hope, the scene was heartrending, for be done by taking Chamberlain'sCough timber. Price $2,800. says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in he was just beginning to notice and Remedy. Many have use it with the writing of her" experience with Carduir the woman's 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X know each member of the family and most beneficial results. Ib is especialtonic She says further: "Before I began to use would answer caresses with a little ly valuable for the persistent cough RoadsrRussell County, on Dixie HighCardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I way. Estimated to have 75,000 fb. smile and he especially loved the sun that so a bad cold or an thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able saw timber. Price $1,200.' and moon On Dec 23rd at little attack of the grip. Mrs. Thomas to do any ofjny housework. After taking three bottles past 3 o'clock, little Paul's spirit went Beeching, Andrews, Ind., wrltesf 33 acres H miles from Columbia. 7 of Cardui,. T'began to feel like a new woman, hsoort balance, fresh back to the God who gave it, and. on "During the winter my husband takes acres gained 35. pounds, and now, I do all my housework, Christmas eve the funeral was preach- cold easily and coughs and coughs.. land. Four room box house, well w as well as run a big water mill. ed at Union church by Rev. W C. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the tered. Price $830. I wish every suffering woman would give Christie, pastor of tho Methodist best medicine for breaking up these ThVee houses, 7, 6, and. 5 rooms, church. The Jesson, the 14th chapter attacks and ou cannot get. him to acre lots, good wells, in" th town of of Sb. John was selected by the heart- take any other." Obtainabl'etrPauTl 'Columbia, west of Graded School. broken mother The music was care- Dr,ug Co. Adv Price $1,200 eacn. fully selected- - and was beautiful. m m 98 acres of limestone -- land, good Flowers Jwere ordered to cdver the Some farmers 'will spend he bad little white casket as a token of love. days and the long evenings of trie spring, 6 room box house, good barns, The little infant in white so symbolic coming winter reading arm papers 9 miles N. W. Cclumbia. 81150. of an angel, was beautiful and,as we and inspiring books; others will spend a trial. I still use Cardui when 1 feel a little bad, House and lot on Fair- - Street, with looked for the last time on the sleep- them chewing tobacco and fussing at and it aways does me good." outbuildings, six rooms, good well and ing little form, we weTe reminded of the kids. The question is, Which "all new,' house, Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, Price wired by "Suffer little children to come, unto class will have -;feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman-J- y tired, worn-o- ut $i,i5b. y me for of such is the k'ingdoui of the coming cf spring?- - No reward for trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's Heaven. May lightly fall the winters-sno- correct answer. -- Southern Agricultonic. You canftot make z. mistake in trying Cardui I and sweetly bloom the summers turist. Jj for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing flowers -- on the mound neath which women for more than fifty years.,. Your own wheat .forthe' mill, your rests the form of this dear little babe own jlgsja the pen,, plenty of pota- ' , toes in the cellar and five hundred 7M There are,a lot of mysteries injife. leans oMruit on thei And one of themjs why i ia so' easy pantry shelyes' You should" worry, UUUliliiUiiiiiUUUUlUlUlUUti to spend money nd so hard to saVe4b.' 'Southern Agriculturist. fe The New Type y Fairbanks- Morse lljc W& ' -- Gra-dyvill- e, JVir. COLUMBIA., KY. PATTES.ON . FOE & V: Hughes & Sons Co. Louisville, Kentucky. couNTy-Conaist-l- WHOLESALE Stair It Always Helps often-follow- s : ' firsb-classiotto- The Woman's Tonic DUI for-light- made-mostprogres- s '- w 1- CQIitTMBlA, XY. Get a Bottle Today! and-vegetabl- es m - i r riiUMkMM rr-- - V '; V - ' " ' rlE'ADAli'leOUNTYNEW; N HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in Co" v - - - "TANLAC SMILE" CHEERS MUSICIAN Noted Tuba Player Finds Re-- - : ? V- . - lumbia. All Classes of Den fa I . work done. Crow dfieand Inlay work a Specialty. All WorMGuaranteed , a Southern otlenvan, Named ? i .., '' . Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store tatience Phone 13 B lief After Fifty Years. A Kings have heard C. Ferdinand "Welse play his giant tuba; presidents of South American republics have won DR. J? N. dered at his skill, as have audiences in the United State3. But only his as DENTIST sociates knew, that frequently, a few minutes before a concert, Mr. JYelse OfEcr, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g would be doubled up with cramp while cold sweat drenched his body. up itairs. This prominent - Kentucky Cinclnnnati band, member of Weber'u Columbia, until recently. suf Badness Phoe 13 MlfRRELL ' - mffl - Office: RusselfBldg. Res. Phone No. I. ' M. D. JameS'Laylor, Columbia, Ky. ' Will Answer All WELL L Calls. DRILLER will drill wellam Adair an adjoiningcounties. See ms be fore contracting. Latest improved machinery of all kinds. Give Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. - C. FERDINAND fered from annoying health worries, until Tanlac brought him relief. Sounds Praise of Tanlac. No horn is blg enough now for Mr. Weise to sound the praise of Tanlac. "Tanlac is the greatest thing in the world for worries like mine," he said His "Tanlac Smile," ruddy complexKNTIST ion and clear, laughing eyes are ample evidence. OVBR PA.TJU- - DRTJQ CO "My whole system was run down," he said. "I would be doubled up with Columbia, Ky. pains and feel that I didn't want to BBS PBONB SO. OFFICE PUON1 eat another Mte for a weekr because 1 knew it would form gas and acid and cause bloating- - and pain. Gives Tanlac .Credit. "For freeing me from all this I want to give Tanlac the praise it deVeterinary Surgeon and Dentist serves. After taking it I feel better Special attention given Diseases of all than I have in ten years. It is the best of tonics. For several months I Domestic Animals have not taken any, but my digestion Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on continues in perfect working order." Jamestown road. Tanlac, the master medicine and rePhone 114 G. constructive tonic, is soldN exclusively Columbia, Ky. in Columbia, Ky., by PAGE & HAMILTON. Other exclusive agents in nearby towns are as follows; Crocus, Ky., J. P. Miller & Sons. Gresham, Ky., T. C. Moore & Co. Cooper, Ky., Coffey Bros. jHEST prices paid Exie, Ky. L. G. Wilcox. Waterview,Ky., Thos. M. Allen. Remlrtkr-.- R ivlniled oa Day Ship'ocut it Receicrd Coburg, Ky., C. H- - Jarvis. Adv. Olga, Ky., H. E. Lov. V o. Commission ta Pay i. C YATES WEISE. . Dr. James Triplet! L. H. Jones " - and wrangled. You know, you have heard in this bright, happy world for several them argue whether He'd be called-Jacdays, I began to get worried like. I didn't or John or Jim before. Finally, one fellow " have any name. spoke up and said : "Why not call him 'SOVEREIGN? His Folks were calling me" "it" and "the new mother was a. Virginian, his father an one" and "whatdya-call-it.- " I didn't like it a bit. Then one day I heard the Big aristocrat of the Carolinas. He comes Chief telephoning all his department heads . from the very best stock.. He comes from the very sweetest, ripest, mellowest Virto meet in his office. ginia and Carolina tobacco. He is being Pretty soon they all came filing in. .Tall raised, right in one of the cleanest, whitest, j:haps, short chaps, fat chaps and. skinny healthiest homes on earth. He is a South-ernchaps. "Now that he is here," said the born, a Southerner bred, a Southern Big Chief, "what will you name him?" gentleman the king of them all a real My! how they wrangled and wrangled SOVEREIGN. x. k Well, way back in 1901, after I had been er '" -- . ;. - The Folks of the South KNOW good blood. The Folks of the South KNOW good iobacco. SOVEREIGN the best is none too good a name." So I was named, friend, "ibr I want you as one of my friends, and it means a whole heap when say t "'""-- " " . IIJ :'. Iam guaranteed by iP Write for Price )LUt amd Shipping Tags 8L Sabel & Sons rsrpontr EiUKuied U56 News Items Gladly Received. g and get If you don't like your money back. I have said it. A Southern gentleman is known 'the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you "mine. vcMftfefv JhlJUt.h: fS me return, me to your dealer si Qy C --Buy' me. it. LOUISVILLE, KY. If a baby is born in your community, call us up. If some one dies in your community, Divide the family responsibilities with the older children, but do not expect them, txuise your ;head in carrying them. These should make a sort of training chool for the big ones that they will have to handle later. " Southern Ageiculturist. How to Check that Cold. When it is painful to breathe and fever sends chills Jip and down your back, ynu are in for a cold. A timely Pine Tar Honey will dose of sneezes and sniffles The pine stopthe balsam, loosens the phlegm and clears the bronchial tubes, tha honey soothes and relieves the sore throat. The antiseptic qualities lil" the germ ana thecon5ested condition is relieved. Croupjwhooping cough and chronic broncbialxaffectio1ls quickli relieved. Adv At Paull Dru'Co , 25o, Dr.-Bell- 's d call us up. If an accident decurs in your community, call us up. If a fire destroys a building in your community, call us up. If you or some of your neighbors are going on a long visit .to 'distant parts, call us up. If there is any item you think sufficiently important in yourv community call us up. This is your paper and every news item Is gladly received, no matter what part of the county it comes from, or whether the party "whom itfs about is great or small. overei $ FOR THE GENTLEMAN OF JUrup of fjb i0V m THIE SUJTH $W &j0 9 Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Monef L.I JVIalnxStreet Beetween. Cold Sores and Fever Blisters are only outward manife&ations.of the inflammation of the mucous surface that lines the lungs, the stomach and .all the digestive tract, but they give you evidence of how sore a membrane may become as a result of inflammation, which is stagnation of the blood, catarrh. rightfully called-acutIf you suffer from such conditions don't let them become chronic, don't run the risk of systemic catarrh. e HOTEL O& 7th ". Painful Cought Relieved. ": LotiisVille, Kentucky. ' Dr. King's New Discovery is a soothing, healing remedy for coughs and colds that has stood the test of nearly fifty years Eor that cough thatstralns the throakancLsaps the vitality try Dr. King's New Discoveiy. The soothing citizen" who des pine balsams and mild laxative ingre That man Is dients soon drive the cold from the something to make his state or place to live in. One system... Have a,. bottle onJiand for of the'merrwhtif certainly does this is winter colds, croup, grippe and bronthemah'whohtfpstoXM jhe Scrub chial affections. A. Paull Drug Co , Adv for. 25c. Sire. Southern Agriculturalist. : You can't buy happiness. But that is no reason why you should let It 'go InactivWciusS Constipatkn. hby you. Lack of exercise in the winter Is a Cough Medicine for Children.-- " You frequent cause of constipaUan. Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsvllle, N. Y., feel heavytdull and listless, our comand en- says: ' 'About' fije years ago when we plexion 1s sallow and pimply were living iff Garbutt, N. Y., I docergy at low ebb. Clean" up )his Dr. Kiuft's New tored two of my children suffering Wild laxative that re- from.coldswith Chamberlain's Cough Life Plllsj-as representlieves theng'euajntesUnes with, IJemedy and found it just way. It promptly checked out griping A dose before retiring ed in every their wlds will assurefyou.ttni; and kiv move- their coughing.and cured ever used" anything quicker than 5 ment In Adv AST Obtainable C ?JiuH Drug Co. Drug Co. X-a -- The Only Jlotel in Ixjniaville Operated on the American and European Plan AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. - (With Meals) "- - 75 Rooms Single. ?3 00, per day; 2 people. t2 00. each :.- -' " Speople. " SO- 2 50 ' : ..v.r. '" .. Single 3 CO " " 2people. 2 60 " 60 Front Rooms7.. h - 22" I When your system is cleared of all its poisons, the membranes soothed and healed, the cold gone and your digestion restored, you will enjoy life, feel the world. Let Peruna do for you equal to all its tasks, and be at peace-wi-ttt did for this sufferer: what it Clear it Up With PERUN A MrsL. A. Patterson, 238 Utah Avenue, MemphisTenn. says : RoomslWith Private Bath: Single 3 00 per day; 2 people. 2 75 " 60Rooms Single 3 53 per day; 2 people. 3 00 60Rooms -. ,. EUROPEA N P&AN. Rooms Without Batrf but with Hot and Cold Running Water. " Single, $1 00 per day; 2 people ?0 73 each (Without Meals) "75Rooms r.. -...Single, 1 25 per day; 2 people 100 each 50 Rooms.... . s,..". 1 50 per day; 2 people 1 25'each SOFrontRooma , Rooms with Private Bath: Single. 1 60 per day; 2 people 125 each .v EOEooms ' Single. 2 00 per dan 2 people 150eaeh v..- - -60 Rooms .- ;.vv ....i". ...- ... - ' - - I have used it off end on for catarrhal coapklnts asd found it a vecv excelleot remedy. Miave a small family ofenUdren. limes scarcely afford to do without Peruna, especlallx during the are bard wltlus. but lean season of the year when ecuihi and raids are prevalent. We always reccommend Peruna to our Belghbors, for the benefit it has been to us." "I have been a Mead of Peruaa for mapy-year- s. THEOiq,TtlNl Louisville, Rooms Without Batti, Sl.QO and up. Ky For. 6th ani Main Sis. :. You needn't suffer longer with such & remedy at hand. Rooms With Private Bath, S1.50 up. Xhe Louisville Ilbtel and the Old Inn are Located in District andonly athree-blocV' TTalkoHhe retail district and theaters. Illlwwsw.awls; knnBin t.iw. j Parana can be obtained in tablet form. take it Yevcaa carry it witk you-anaad regularly for a remedy, or M iMcdedfer s, preventive. Get a box today. d r Louisville Hotel and OlcUn'n Company, Props. ","" u -- X a ' I TkcTwiiaa CoqiptBy, Cslsmbus, Ohio THE' -- NBPWS. -' ONE . - :c . " JX hah. S . 'A..-- " . -- SJr : . 4 4 . THE ADAIR COUNTY MEWS 44444Hg.6"8Q"3"9"9M3"9"3"3"9"C 4 2 WONDERFUL PRODUCTIONS LIABLE "UTTLE 2 STARS WONDEREUL fr"" "Mr. Grex of A Remarkable in '- L fr WONDERFUL ' CASTS ' it V, 2 The Character Actor Supreme Marguerite Clark In a Magnificient Picturization of Theodore - Roberts In an Elaborate Picturizationof ' 'The Prince And The Pauper" Mark Twain's most Popular and Fascinating Story. In the dual role of the Prince and the Pauper, Marguerite performs the most artistic work of her career. lonfe Carl' 4 Price $665 f. o. b. Michigan. Forecast of Incidents leading to Europe's Great War. Love Mystery Romance'1 Thrills and Tense Excitement. A wonderful story done a wonderful Way. -- THURSDAY -- NIGHT - SATURDAY NIGHT Regular Price of Admission 5 an d 10 c, Two Shows you will want to see again. - PARAMOUNT JL WHERE QUALITY MEETS JL Price $1,020 f. o. b. Michigan. : Buick "Valve-in-Hea- d" Motors 4.m3mQmQ.4.8m$.$$4 Gradyville. We have jusb gone x C'48"QQ8"S'OS04$44hC Rates 50-75-1.0.0 though with the bigest snow of the season. Rev. Bush of Columbia, filled the pulpit here last Saturday and Sunday with interesting discourses. Johnnie Dire has been confined to his room for several days with measels. Marshall Moss and Thos. Rodgers tobacco men, of Keltner, were in our midst last Friday. They report the sales of tobacco good. Thos Dowell, Strong Hill, R. H. Keltner and Jo Hunter of our city, attended" court at Columbia the first of the week. Uncle Buck Cook lost a very valuable work horse the first of the week. Silas Cain sold last" Friday a very valuable span of mufes to Moses Woofc-e- n for 8350. Strong Hill lost a very valuable Jersey milch cow one day last week from eating too muchmeal. Mr. George Spilman, who has been visiting in the states of Texas, Illinois and Missouri, is spending a few weeks with his son Willie and family. Mr. W. L. Grady has been confined for the past few days with to throaC trouble. We are glad to note at this time is improvidg. Messrs. Allen Kemp, B B. Janes, D. C. Wheeler and T. W. Doweli are feeding hogs for the spring market, that means plenty of corn in this sechis-roo- m for good prices., Mr. Powell and fam1 ily will leave at once for New Mexico, HnUHL-fHom- e ICumb. Main 9 41 City 2291 where expect to make their future home. ' "SAFETY FIRST" Rev. Arnold, the Rawliegh man, was througli this section last week. Mr. Gaither Bryant, one of this section's oldest and best citizens, has "In the Heart of Loui5viIIe" been in very poor health for some time. He is some better at this writ- TELEPHONES IN WATER-MODEing. His many friends hope for his recovery and that he may see many EUROPEAN PLAN more happy years. Lest I weary you with my poor cal- Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th ligraphy, I will close for this time, hoping to be able at some future time EVERYTHING IN to give The 2Sews and its readers something more interesting. ROOMS-RUNNING RN " For all weather for all purposes there's a Buick for all the family. For winter driving over snowy streets; for cross country touring-i- f 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. Hotel Watkins CONVENIENCES ROWE & HILL, Columbia, Kentucky. THE GREAT A.GTS. Louisville, Ky. Farmers Protection Sale Will be conducted by Pliyton. The earth is now covered with the largest snow that has fallen for thirty years and travel is almost stopped. O. P. Lemmon, of Stafford, Kan., sold liis farm here, through 'his agents, W. S. Sinclair and W. L. Lemmon, to Harrison Adkins, of Green Co., for 1,550. The latter will take possession in a few days. S. J. Corneal, of Iowa, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Nannie Corneal, near this place. Fred Coffey and Estill Harden went to Cincinnati, a few days ago, to be gone until crop time. Bill Jones and family have returned from Illinois. Miss Etwal Lemmon accompanied her brother, O. P. Lemmon, home who lives in Stafford, Kansas. She will probably visit her brother and his family for several months. , Tom Barnett, who has been in Cincinnati for several weeks, came home Tuesday. Mrs. Isabelle Ellis, wife of J. C. Ellis, died the 15th. Mrs. Ellis had been in bad health for sometime and. every thing that could be done by a kind husband to restore her to health was done, but all to no avail. She was a good christian women and will be greatly missed by her many friends. She leaves a husband and two children and a host of relatives to mourn n her loss. She was buried in the graveyard Wednesday afternoon The funeral services were conducted by Revs. Lemmon and Helm. Perhaps it would be of interest to folks who live in this section of the county to know that the first settlement ever made in Adair Co., was made near this place, near the mouth of Spruce Pine, upon land which is now owned by J. J. Coffey or D. K. Pelley. Homer Ruberts had a yery narrow escape a few days ago, while riding along he high bank of Green river, where the road is .not more than 3 or 4 feet wide, his horse shied a little and fell into the river which was up at that time. Homer jumped just in time to save himself. This is a very dangerous place. Pel-lytoA ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, and Painted. Also Ellwood and American Fence. Beginning November 14 ONE HUNDRED BEST MADE FARM WAGONS AT PRICES UNDER COMPETITION. ONE HUNDRED BUGGIES TEN DOLLARS LESS THAN PRESENT COST: Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated 1 CO. 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. tion. The snow and ice has knocked out the Drummers from coming to this place for the past ten days. The big snow that fell here the first of "the week was the deepest one that we have had for years. When it began to slip off the roof of the Methodist church in our city it took the flues off even with the roof. Quite a number of Schools, closed in this section last Friday. The School at Big Creek taught by Mrs. Eliza Shirley and Miss' Clyde Shirley, and the School taught by Miss Carry Vaughan at Jay Bird and our school at this place taught by Miss Ruby Pedlgo. All these teachers have given universal satisfaction to their pupils and patrons, and most especially Miss .Pedigo, as we know a little more 16 Eaat Matfcet Street Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky." and animal products at $4,338,000,000. The crop value, exceeded that of 1915 by $2,204,000,000 and of 1914 by Crops alone in 1916 were worth more than crops animal products combined in any year prior to 1912. SHOES of Shoes-- at Old Prices, Don't wait 'til next spring to find out how you would have appre- ciated these prices offered now. We offer Ten Thousand Dollare worth about heteaching. saying that we never had a teacher that took more interest in her pupils and advanced them more rapidly then she did. We can commend her anywhere as a first-clasteacher. s It goes without Gadberry. each exceeded a value. The corn billion dollars in product is put at $2,296,000,000; cotton, $1,162,000,000; hay, $1,406,000,000; Other crops wheat, 81,026,000,000. exceeded $100000,000 were: Oats that potatoes, $417,000,000; $656,000,000; wood-lo- t products, $221,000,000; apples, $186,000,000; tobacco, $169,000,000; bar ley, $160,000,000. The level of prices.paid to producers' for the principal crops on December 1, 1916, was about 5J.9 per cent, higher than a ear previous; 62.9 per cerit. higher than two years before and 52.8 per cent, higher than the average of the previous eight years on Decern-- 1 ber 1. Four crops in 1916 ' As I seldom see a letter from Gad- berey in The News, I will give you a few items from this place. Not being a very flourishing scribe. I guess my first attempt will be brief. . The health of the community is very good at present. The Nat Hollow school, which is being taught by Miss Miranda Williams, will soon, close. I think there has been general satisfaction. We are now having some of the Reach Enormous Figure. worst weather of the wlnier. The snow is about eight inches deep on the level. It has been a fine winter American farm products attained a on wheat and grass, that was'sown in gross value of $13,449,000,000 in 1916, makjng that year the greatest in the fall. Wheat looks reasonably well in this point of value of any in the nation's section. Early sown wheat looks existence That estimate of the year's nicely while late sown looks reason gross value of farm crops and animal products, announced by the Departably well. ment of Agriculture, exceeds by The Misses Murray and Miss Gar-net-t, the total of 1915, the from near Cane Valley, were visrecord, and by more than three iting at Mr. T7. H Smith's daring and a half billion dollars the value in the holidays. 1914 Crop production for the year Gilbert Smith was visiting his un- was comparatively low and did not cle, Luther Murray, during the holi- reach record. figures except in a tew days. vAIso calling on Jiis best girl. minor instances, but high prices sent . Powell's sate, last Friday, total values jip. Chriiman Everything sold Crops were valued at 89,111,000,000 was well attended. pie-vious Obituary. The death angel visited the home'of L. Howe, and claimed for its victim the beloved mother, Louisa Rowe. She was the wife of Ezekief F. Rowe R. al services by Rev. J. E. Scott. But oh, for the hope and the testimony that she left behind: that she iSjas going home to die no more. What a wonderful meeting it was when she met with grandpa and her children, and the many friends who had gone before. There is a wonderful welcome in heaven for the redeemed in Christ. Press on children, to thepark of the high calling in Christ Jesus,"for the goal is just ahead. uranama's passing away was our loss but heaven's gain, and we should, strive harder and do more for the Lord and when the hour comes, and it may not be far away, for us to cross the 'chilly waters of death, that we can hold our arms and say: "we have fought a good tight, and have kept the faith," and cross Jordan at the Christian ford and join the happy angel band .and shout the praises of God while ages roll on and on", and where there is no sin, sickness, pain or death, but all is peace and' love. "Blessed are the faithful who partake of pain and shame for Jesus sake, Their soul shall triumph in the Lord. Eternal life is their reward."--' Simpscn Eowe, A grandson. Clothing has a'dvanced Fifty per cent. We offer One Thousand Suits at old prices. Buy now. New An. immense stock of (Jry goods, bought before the advance. low prices while they last. Ladies Cloaks at low prices. At Calu- Sugar, 11 pounds $1.00. Good Coffee, 6 pounds $1.00. met Baking Powder, 4 for 25c. 10c. 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. Good Indigo Blue Overall We offer Woven Wire Fence 20 per at $"l.00. cent upder market. Will send and article by mail; if not satisfactory can be returned. deceased. She was born September 26, 1840, died Dec 30, 1916, aged 76 years, 3 rnonths and 4 dayB. She was united in marriage to Ezekiel F. Rowe. August 25, 1865 There was born to this union ten children, four girls and six boys, of which three girls and three boys have crossed Jordon river, leaving one girl and three boys still in the war of Christ, striving to win the crown of life eternal, which will be given to those who obey the commands of Christ, thegreatest captain. She professed faith in Christ) about 50 years ago, and joined the M. E. Church, and lived a devoted Christian until the end came, and then shouted triumph, and said she was going home to die no more, glory, glory. was scene as the children gathered around the bedside of mother and saw her conquer the monster, death, and was laid in the casket) and carriedto the! graveyard, after funer 'Sloan's Liniment'for Stiff- Joints. - Rheumatic pains and aches get into the joints and muscles, making every movement torture. Eelieve 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 Sloan's Liniment is out the pain clean, convenient and quickly effective It does not stain the skin or clog the pores. Get a bottle today at Paull Adv" Drug Co., 25c. ', We have thoroughly tried out the Chevrolet Automobiles, and ' 'It d Foxes Wanted $2.50 to $4.0(fEach. CAMPBELLSV1LLE'. KY. W. T. HODGEN, BOX 232. recommend the Baby Grand as luxurious in all it's appointments equal to any Car on the market at a much, higherfcprice. We will take pleasure in demonstrating this Car to any one expecting to buy one this winter or'in the spring. Price $80QjOO. We also reckind attentfon the Model 490, This is indeed the ommend best proposition in the Motor Car world. Price complete at factory $490.00 either five passenger Touring Car or Roadster. Libera proposition for If you have any intention oy buying at all during the coming season, .write us. We will give any infor-- ., mation requested x tQ-yoSab-Agent- s. --