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NUMBER 18 There were very few people who last Monday reached - Jamestown week, the day for opening, the FebruFor Assessor ary term of the Russell Circuit Court. .. The indications at this time point The watercourses were all past fordWe are authorized to announce G.O PERRY-MAof the Pellyton precinct, a candidate for to a very light whea6 and oat crop. ing and the mud was up to the hubs the officeof Assessor of Adair county, subject to Many fields have been killed by-tof all vehicles. Judge Garter and the acliorfof the Republican party. severe cold winter. State's attorney Huddleston failed to put in an appearance and the business For Jailer If y"ou want a nice trunk or sutt- - of the court was dismissed until TuesANNOUNCEMENT. W? I will I want mules from 4 to 10 years old. Death of a Native. be in Columbia next Monday. Frank Toliver. Against the Proposed Tax N, case go,to Tom Waggener's. CHRISTIE. precinct, a candidate for JaUerof Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce -- JOHN'E, 18-2- t Personals. Mrs. M. Antle has been very sick for a. few days. Dr. O. P. Miller will return to Louisville Saturday. Mr. Hugh Noe was here from Stanford last Wednesday. Mr. W. A. Coffey is attending the Russell circuit court. Mr. H. K Alexander, of Burkes-villwas here Friday. Mr. R. H. Gilpin, Campbellsville, was here last Thursday. Mr. Ernest Flowers has been on the sick list for the past week. air. L,C. Winfrey had business in the Russell circuit couro last week. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Mitchell have returned from a vistt to Oklahoma. Mr. T. L. Upton attended the agricultural meeting at Bowling Green. Mr. D. T. Curd, traveling salesman, was here a few days of last week. Mr. J. D Woldridge, or Jamestown, was here Friday, en route to Louisville. Mr. J. A. Diddle, of Logan county, spent several days of last week in Adair county. Mr. Hugh Richardson left, on his return trip, to Augusta, Kan., last Friday morning. Mrs. A. O. Taylor arrived from Cave City a few days ago and will remain here for some time. Rev L. F. Piercy is now ble to leave his room-an- d it is hoped that he "" will soon be himself. Mrs. Louisa Loy, mother of Mr. Asa Loy, this place, is lying critically ill at her home, near Gadberry e, well-know- n Dr. Frank Cheek, of Danville, will preach at the Presbyterian church, this place, the second Sunday in March. A cordial invitation is extended to all. You can sell jour mules if you have them on this market next Monday. Frank Toliver. to sell Stock Condition Powder in Adair County. Salary $70 per month. Address 9 Industrial Bldg., Indianapolis, Indiana. Columbia is now free from smallThe three patients have been out several days, the Lindsey-Wilso- n reopened and the business of the town has resumed former activity. pox. Man.past 30, with horse and buggy, Until the first of April we will furnish McCall's magazine one year with free pattern; Farm and Home one year; Woman's World two years and The Adair County News one year all for $1.40. Subscribe now. Azro Garnett and Bud Bradshaw, two colored men who were employed at Goff Bros., livery stable, got into trouble one day last week over a team. The latter received several knife cuts, but was not seriously hurt. Dr. Ellars, of Louisville, came out last Saturday and on Sunday he removed the tonsils and adenoids from a little son of Mr. and Mrs. "W. H. Sandusky. The operation was a success and the child is doing nicely. A letter to the Suddarth boys, who live near Columbia, brings the intelligence of the death of Mr. Stephen R. Stone, who was a native of Adaircoun-ty- , and for many years lived one mile west of Columbia, He and his family had been living in Texas and Illinois since they left Kentucky until a few day morning. At 8:30 o'clock a. m.p weeks before he died at which time on that day the offlcials'arrived, havthey removed to Arkansas, and settled ing made the trip from Burkesville.on a boat, and court was opened. The on a farm near Centerton. The deceased was a victim of lagrippe, and session will probably continue until years old when the was eighty-thre- e the last of this week. end came. He leaves four children Mr. John D. Lowe Jr., sold to Mr. J Ed, Dan, Decatur and Mrs. Loretta N. Durham, of Campbellsville, last Tucker. One brother, Joseph, who week, a number one gradje, Aberdeen lives at Montpelier, Adair county. steer, which lacked three days of beFor Sale. ing one year old, that weighed 950 pounds at 9 cents, bringing him 88550. My farm containing 107 acres, I On April 29th the calf weighed 220 mile north of Montpelier, on Russells poundsx Sept., 1st, 545 pounds, October the 1st, 615, Nov., the 1st, 675, creek. This is limestone land and is Dec , 1st, 765, Jan., the first, 830 and considered the best farm in this secFeb., the 16th 950 pounds. This is tion. It lies fairly good, number 1 the best baby beef ever produced in spring in the yard, plenty of stock this county so far as we know, and water. 20 acres timbered land, 20 shows what can be done with a good acres bottom, 13 acres fresh land that individual under intelligent care and will grow 10 barrels of corn per acre, scientific treatment. We did not get 10 acres of growing wheat, 7 acres of meadow, 20 acres line red top pasture the cost of feed used, but feel safe profit on this calf for this year. 30 acres for corn, 8 acres that the net Fairly good dwelling, 2 was more than the average farmer for oats. gets on four'two-year-old- s under the barns, 2 cribs, and all the necessary rough and rugged way, Mr. Lowe is outbuildings. Also 125 shocks fodder ajoung man, and this Is his first and 20 acres stalk field that has never effort to develop a baby beef, and it been turned. on. Also telephone line gives us much pleasure to say that he all goes together. Posession given at has set an example worthy for every once. Terms one half down, balance in one aud two years. farmer to follow. I will also sell my fine young Jack Black Hawk, no better breeder in the Wanted county Any one wanting a good farm, or a A man to represent us in Adair county. Salary and other considera- number one Jack, should not fail to tions write us, Singer Sewing Machine come and look. " Co., G. R. Holt, Mgr. Campbellsville, V. M, Epperson, Ky. ftit Montpelier, Ky. Mules Wanted. -- The following resolution was presented to the Adair Fiscal Court by Candidate for Jailer. Gordon Montgomery, and was unanimously adopted by said court and signed by each member of the court: Whereas, There is pending before cne jentucKy legislature, which is now in session, a tax bill, the purpose of which is to tax bonds, notes, stocks, mortgages, cash In hand and manufacturing institutions only forty cents on the one hundred dollars for state purposes, and to relieve bonds, notes, stocks, mortgages, cash in hand and manufacturing institutions from all county and district taxation: also to tax farm lands, town lots and tangible personal property forty cents on the one hundred dollars for state purposes, and requiring farm lands, town lots and tangible personal property to bear all taxes for county and district purposes. This bill, if enacted into law, would work a great hardship on land owners, merchauts and laborers in Adair county in this, that pers3gi who own bonds, notes, mortgages, stocks, cash in hand and manufacturing institutions would be released from paying taxes on same for county or district purposes, and would thereby create a deficit in the county revenue, which would haveto be met by an increased rate of taxation on farm lands, town Iota and tangible personal property which is usually owned by those less able to pay. Therefore, we, the members of the Fiscal Court of Adair county, protest against the enactment into law of this, or any similar measure, and we ask our senator, Hon.-R- . B. Trigg, and our representative, Hon. L. T. Neat, to vote against the passage of this, or measure that discriminates against the land owner and in favor of Seventy-fiv- e boarders entered the those best able to pay. Lindsey-Wilso- n Monday, and at this C. A.sReese, Hill is alive with students. time the Melvin Conover, up-tc-da- te any-oth- er iences and comforts one could wish. His residence is comparatively new, close to the banks of the Lam passes river, and on the pike leading to Bar Iett, 16 miles west. Has water works bathroom, gas lights and a farm of 5C0 acres of rich black land, 3o odd young cattle, his own raising, and hogs plSntr. His good wife is a fine woman, a model housekeeper and splendid cook. She raises all kinds of fowls, turkeys, chickens, peafowls, &c. We laid aside our dieting list and enjoyed the good thing3 of the good country home. After noon Saturday we all had a most delightful ride, 16 miles, to Barlett. That is a town of several thousand inhabitants. It is situated on the line between Williamson and Bell counties. Williamson is a wet county and Bell is dry. So on one side of the main street is dry and on the other open saloons. This is an unfortu nate situation, for it furnishes liquor for the whisky drinkers in both counties. And the streets were filled .with autos from all the surrounding country and the crowd of people we saw indicated what some of them were there for. We only stopped long enough to get a few apples and rest awhile, but did not know until after we started back which side of the street was wet and which, dry. We came back to Belton Saturday afternoon late. Sunday we attended Sunday school and preaching services. There were 163 in Sunday school. Lawrence preached two good sermons. One in the morning on Prayer, evening, on The two ways and destinies. We are delighted to be here and hear the good talks Lawrence is giving. "We are getting a little better all the time and feel encouraged. Mrs. "Williams is getting along real well except rheumatism Z. T. Williams. Misses Rachel and Jessie Faulkner, several days with lagrippe and bilious fever, is now able to be at work. Mrs. T. R. Stults and. her little granddaughter, Frances Browning, have returned from Knoxville, Tenn. ph Hurt, who underwent an operation for append'' J tis, in St. Anthony. Hospital. Louisville, returned home Saturday night. He is .going about and evidently will be fully recovered In a few weeks. her daughter, Mrs Ada Taylor-anMiss Jessie, who have been in Columbia for the past year, have returned to their farm, near Montpelier. They are fine people and Columbia would have been glad had they remained here. Miss Llllie Judd, who teaches at Alexandria, came .fcorae to beat the bedside of her aunt, Mrs. W. T. Price, w"ho has been critically ill forthe past week. Her condition at this time is she is very sick. Her illness started with a strokejof paralysis, her whole leftsidelbelng affected. Mr. Sylvester Russell and Mr. Jo Russell, ofiebanon, visited here last Thursday. The former is a son of the late Judge W. E. Rusdell, and was born and partly reared in Columbia. Mr. Russell is an attorney, ajifVhas a good practice. Mr. Jo Russell is in the insurance business His wife and two sons also'acc6mpanledvhim on the vis-I- t. Every body was glad to see the former Columbians. Sto-Rald -no-bette- of Griffin Springs, visited Misses Liz-- k zie and Mary Harris last week. Mr. J. C. SpearsTwho was confined r, 18-2- Five room cottage for rent W F. Cartwright. t The teachers' pay check" for February .has arrived. J6-4- Will buy good corn in shuck r J' English. t -- Nelson King, of color,- - eighty years Grady old, was baptized by Eld-Jo- hn list Sunday Brlng'your mules to Columbia next Monday If you want to sel1,- - Fran. Toliver. The Flscarcourfmet last Saturday and decided to proceed with road building under theState Aid plan. 'Swveyiii. , -- X am prepared to SatyaactlorL:guaranfed. Terms $ do'your surveying. ". ' rea-- - EOBableT jgfe . gAU1. Z- -- JPhone McCaffree. K il8-- W. G. Picket, I will be in Columbia Monday March W. G. Ellis, The electric light plant, ice plant 5th, it being County Court day, to buy . Perlfaps one of the best known men W. E. Hancock, and carding machine at Tompkins Columbia Lodge, No., 96j F. and A. mules, from 12 to 16 .hands high, 4 in the Casey Creek section, is Mr. W. G. Shepherd, ville was destroyed by fire last week Masons, will meet-nex- t Friday night. to 10 years old, medium flesh. John R. Christie, who is an industriF. H. Bryant, Loss, $7,500, insurance 33,500. All members in regular standing are Frank Toliver. ous farmer and who is also engaged in Justices. fraternally urged to attend Members the mercantile business. His ambiG. T. Heriford, County Judge. Lindsey-Wilso- n of sister lodges are invited. Work in Mr. Kint Montgomery delivered a tion to become the Jailer of Adair Gordon Montgomery, County Atty. third degree. hog to Phelps Bros., last Monday at cancounty has led him to become a This Feb , 24, 1917. G. A. Kemp Master. 92 cents per pound, which brought ann school opened Mon- didate for said position, and his This here S38.02. This hog was classed a appears in News, nouncement From Texas. The estate of Charles P. Morgan, day morning and it will be three subject to the action of the Democratrough or a better price would have who lost his life in the 7th Avenue months until the end of the term. ic party. Mr. Christie has been a citbeen given. Hotel fire at Louisville, some time During the three months, besides the izen of Adair county for thirty-on- e Belton, Feb. 19, 1917 Ladies are invited to examine our ago, gets 87,000. Six thousand is the regular courses, there will be special years, ample time for the people to Editor News: work in the normal department. If line of "Fern Waists." Large assort-Yor- k judgment against the Leuisville know his manner of living, and his This is Monday morning styles. Trust Company and $1,000 against the you aregoing to apply for a certificate correct dealings with his fellowman. spring like and refreshing. and it is ment of latest New to teach, you should enter at once. Price 81.00. proprietors of the hotel. The circumNo man stands higher in the Roley The News came to hand on time l8-Moss & Chandler, Principles. Russell & Co. stances will be remembered. pfecinct, his reputation for square last week, but the week before did dealing being known throughout the not reach us, but A. D. Potts let us Get Busy. Monday afternoon President Wilson There will be preaching at the Methvoting district. He is fairly well ac- have his, so we did not miss a copy. went before Congress and asked for odist church Sunday by Bro. Piercey, quainted over the county, but be- Distressing news come with each isauthority to place the United States the pastor. There will be a special The Fiscal Court will meet on tween now and the primary he ex- sue of the paper of happenings In the in a state of "armed neutrality" to program given at the night service by' March 16th to receive bids from the pects to cultivate acquaintanceship, home town, of sickness theEpworth League: Program will people interested in the following hoping to meet every Democrat with- We regret so much to note and death. resist the German submarine menace. the death be rendered in connection with the roads, Columbia and Greensburg, Coin that time. A Jailer should be dili- of Jo Smith, who was taken so sud- With a full realization of the solemnity of the occasion the President took regular preaching service, It will lumbia and Edmonton, Columbia and gent, watchful day and night, and denly and unexpectedly. We want to his actionlo-dawith he calm confibegin promptly at 6:30 p. m. Burkesville and Columbia and James- should he be nominated and elected, express our heartfelt sympathy with dence that Congress and the country town. The court will use the county promises to so fill the position as to cousin Laura Coffey and all the rel will stand behind him. Mrs. Margaret Bennett, widow of levy and state aid on the road that meet the approval of the entire couu-tatives and friends. May the Father AnnaDias Bennett, who made her gives the most money and the right of He aaks that his (friends become of all mercies comfort them, Then home with Mr. and Mrs. Waller Hurt way five miles out from Columbia. active in his interest. the sad death of Olie Willis we were Mr. C. D, Cheatham, of Milltown, Gadberry, died last Thursday morning Come prepared to meet the above reindeed sorry to hear. May the Lord has rented the Coffey barn in this quirements if you want your road imat 5 o'clock. She was seventy-fou- r bles3 the sorrowing father and mother town and will keep Us horse Ball Can't You Teach One? years old and had been sick for quite proved. and family. We regret to note the Chief there. On and after the first awhile. She was a good woman, and of April the service of this, fine horse Kentucky has three years in which continued illness of Bro. Piercey. can be secured at the most convenient G. L. Perryman a Candidate. had many friends in the neighborhood. to remove her illiteracy If the slogan Hope he will soon be out again. The funeral and burial was well atbarn in Columbia. BaU Chief, former"We have been rather busy the past "No illiteracy in Kentucky in 1920" tended. ly owned by Mr. A. S. Chewnlng, is Hon. G. L. Perryman, of the Pellyis realized. If other counties worked week. We went to Pendleton one day too n and too highly prized ton precinct, is before the RepubliC. Bradsjiaw and family. as to need an introduction to many of Rev. J. S. Chandler, Campbellsville, cans of Adair county for the office of like Clay and Leslie and Cumberland, toYisitl. and Rev. A. R. Kasey, of Louisville, Assessor, and his formal announce- for instance, there would be no illiter- They have been in Texas a number of our peole. Mr. Cheatham will personyears and have their share of sorrow members of the Lindsey-Wilso- n School ment appears in paper. Mr. acy in the State in 1918. In these and misfortunes. Two daughters ally be in charge and is thoroughly re 1,967 persons learned to read Board, met with the local members LPerrymanJs ono of the best known counties liable so any one from a, distance, who last Tuesday. The proposition to joung men in Adair county, and has and write in 1916 In a number of have died with typhoid fever since may entrust stock to his care, need erect a building far back on the camp- been an active Republican since he counties as many as one hundred were they have been out here They only have any fears of neglect or bad treat us, to be used in case of sickness of became a voter. A few years ago the taught, and in some fifty men and have one son with them now.- - They ment. An advertisement will appear pupils, was discussed by the Board, Republicans of A'dair and Cumber- women learned to read and write. youngest boy, Cecil. Jo Stone, who later giving all necessary information. has been in Texas two years, lived and will be taken up later. land honored him with the nomina- During this winter, many citizens are near Pendleton for most a year, but teaching. Some editors are teaching Neatsburg. tion for Representative. He was and some doctors are teaching, some is here in Belton new, in the County Mr. G. B. Smith, the light contract- electeed and made a faithful servant Home. I went to see him yesterday. or, informs The News that he has re- of t)ie people. Since that election he bankers, some lawyers and judges, looks as well as I ever saw him Little Samuel Breeding Is right sick ceived notification that the oil switch- was again before the constituents of some women and even children are He and seems contented. His son, Paul at" this writing. board has been shipped from the fac- his party for the same position, but teaching one to read and write. A The farmers are very busy burning tory, in the East, and that he is ex- there were several candidates, and woman in yrsailles has taught seven Stone, lived near Pendleton for a or years, but left there more plant beds. pecting it any day. As soon as it she while he felt that he was formidable, in her home. A little girl in Win number ayear ago and bought a farm in Miss Lela Beard and E. R Miller rives the town will again be lighted. ho withdrew in order to keep peace in chester has taught four colored illiter- than Henderson Co. His wife, who was a Illiteracy It is now believed that Columbia will the family. He is so well acquainted ates. The President of the while di- daughter of'Tom Epperson, died there were the pleasant guest of Owen Beard and wife Saturday night. not remain in darkness much longer. in the county he thinks he would Commission, Mrs. Stewart, campaign with of Pneumonia fever. Did not live but recting the State-wid- e have no trouble in returning a correct a few days after she was taken. She Mrs. Minnie Harmon and daughter. Mr. R. F. Paull has sold his farm. listofjjie jjf the county. its heavy duties, has taught one, her- kleaves three children, one daughter, Clarice, spent several days last week containing 212 acres, two miles west Courtesies heretofore extended to self, since November. The Federation 14 years old, Mollle White. who is a great help and with her aunt, Mrs. of Columbia, to Mr. Sam Burdette him are duly appreciated," and he of Women's Clubs plans to' teach ten J. L. Beard, of Roley, and Dink To Stone to and his wife, Mrs. Burdette being a would be exceedingly thankful if his thousand this winter and spring by comfort he will her father. of Campbellsville, wen go back to the Pendle- Durham, thinks niece of Mr. Paull. This is one of the political friends would give him the each teaching one. ton community in the Spring and through this part last weefc buying This is Kentucky's great work. It live in a tent he has best stock farms in Adair county. nomination in this contest He is acthere. He does hogs and cattle, paying good prices. The price is private, but it was a "cash tive and before the primary he hopes originated in Kentucky, and the erad-coming The party at S, A. Winfrey's Saturnot t h-- n k much of transaction. In the deal Mr. Paull to meet every Republican in Adair ecation of illiteracy will be to the last- backto Kentucky. He has a daugh- day night was largely attended and also sold to said parties aU his . Aber- county, and in the meantime he asks ing glory of Kentucky. But better ter, Onie Stearmau, who lives in Dal-Ja- airreported a grand time. deen Angus cattle, thoroughbreds, that his candidacy be given favorable than this, it opens up to men and Texas She and her daughters Guy Willis, a prosperous; young farwomen the world of books. Have you find all other stock on the farm ex- consideration, are doing well there. mer, a son of Mr. and Mrs. James taughtone yet In Kentucky's camcept one saddle mare and one horse. of paign against Illiteracy? We had a very enjoyable visit with Willis, of Romlne, Ky., and Ml I keep on hands a full stock Mr. Burdette and wife wllltake our old neighbor and friend, John Lyda Grant, a handsoma young lady, charge of the farm in a few days, and coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and who was the driver, of Dice, last week. Mr. Dice came in a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Will Helm,, will at once commence farming and nit-h- f Flem Ander- after us last Friday afternoon in his PGrant, of this place, eloped to Jeffer-- . stock raising, but their residence will two hearses. .We keep, extra large the mall car the caskets Prompt service night or day. son, of color, was killed, by stepping nice Buick car, and drove us out 7 sonville Saturday night, where they remain in Columbiar" Residence Phone 29, office phone 198. in marriage. The couple in front of the machine, was exoner .miles, on a splendid gravel road, to J. F. Trlptefctt ated from blame bv a Coroner's Jury, ( his nice and commodious country will go to housekeeping: on their farm jDall at Tom Waggeners' for tobacco 45-- 1 yr -Columbia, Ky. I at Campbellsville, last week, ' ': home, surroundedjby all the conven1 at this place. . , -l- 8-2t carfvai. . -d. well-knowto-day- 's 2t -- y y. well-know- to-day- 's tax-paye- rs 1 s, -- s were-unite- d ' ' - .? g. w. ( 'a. THE ADAIR GQUNTY ' jCSs ' -. .. IIT1 v tM'adJjr county -- Mews burtaMaom 2 arm! HEWS Published Every Wednesday . BY THE HERE'S A HAPPY "TANLAC FAMILY", nsfflflimmim'imiwmmi'm V. M. Adair County News Company (INCORPORATED.) CHAS. S. HARRIS. Editor. Sisters Join Their Mother In Declaring Tanlac Meant New Start In Life For Them. Tutt G. R. Reed Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest of the City of Colombia and. tfie people of Adair and adjoining counties. TUTT & REED REAL ESTATE DEALERS Offer the following Property for Sale: FARM LAND acres of good lime stone land well watered, good dwelling and out buildinjs-cpublic road, and in a good neighborhood. Price 84,200.00, one-hacash, the balance on easy terms This farm lies six miles S. E. of Columbia, Ky. FARM MRS. JOHN LOWE MISS FRANCES BURNETT. Of 100 acres of the best land in Adair MRS. S. C. BURNETT. county. Good dwelling, 2 good bams 'Someone suggested the other day you about Mrs. Lowe. She simply and outbuildings, mile from Cane that we tack a sign on "our house say- thought she was going to die. She Valley. Price $6,500. ing, 'This Is a Tanlac Family.' That's felt so bad I believe she almost would FARM because my two daughters and I talk have been glad to have it all ended. Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, so much about Tanlac. We all wear It was just pitiful to watch her. Her 1 HJie Tanlac Smile, too," Mrs. S. C. weight dropped from 140 to 110 on Green river, mile fiom pike now 52 acres river under construction. Burnett, 1408 Walnut street, said. pounds. She couldn't eat without be"But why shouldn't we talk about ing sick. We had just about given bottom. Good dwelling, barn and out Price it when we feel that it has done us a her up. Then we heard of Tanlac and buildings, 2 good orchards. world of good. Everyone of us has she tried it. All of a sudden she $5,000. been helped by Tanlac and I'll tell you seemed to take new. interest-iTOWN PROPERTY life. we can't say too much for it. Within a week she began eating solid Nine room two story dwelling and "First my older daughter, Mrs. John food, just like she did before she had lot, situated on one of the best, res Lowe, tried it. She had lost 30 pounds" trouble with her stomach. The food deuce streets in Columbia, near the and was so run down and nervous that nourished her, too, and she began tak- square, barn and out buildings. A even the rumbling of a' wagon or the ing on weight. She slept sound and very desirable home A bargain. slamming of a door would upset her it seemed like no time before she was Price on application. for hours. We feared we would have feeling well again. to .send her to a hospital. 115 Acres of good land in a good Helps Youngest Girl. "I honestly believe that Tanlac "One day Frances was up to see neighborhood, good buildings on pubsaved her from complete breakdown. her sister. She's the youngest, you lic road, about 8 miles soutli of ColumNothing else seemed to help her. But know. She was feeling bad and Mrs. bia Price $1,600. (Bargain) Tanlac put her on her feet again right Lowe gave her some Tanlac. It made 40 Acres lime stone land, very good quick. Today she is one of the hap- her feel better and she came home and buildings, desirable place to live, 4 piest women in Cincinnati. said, 'Mama, I believe that new tonic "Then Frances became rim down that helped sister will do me some miles south of Columbia. Price $1,600 sort of half-sicShe had dizzy good. Please get me a bottle.' So I House and Lot: House with six spells. We were going to take her did and do you know that in a week roomsjgood out buildings, good water out of school because she,kept com- she began to feel better. Now she plaining of spots and webs before her eats all she wants, sleeps well and and other conveniences, just out of town limits. "Price S850. eyes. Her complexion got pasty and doesn't have those dizzy-spe- lls or she didn't look a bit well. Tanlac spots before her eyes when she is House with 9 rooms just outof town however, proved to be just the thing studying. two shops, all buildings good, compar-tivel- y she needed and now she is back in new. Price $1,900. "I was such a firm believer in Tangood health again. lac by the time it had built up the 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap Mother Was HaltfSick. health of my two girls that I got lying 3 miles N. W. of Co"As for myself, I felt almost the some for myself. It certainly toned residence) lumbia. Price S00O.OO. same as Mrs. Lowe. My stomach up my system. I used to have nerv$800 for house and lot near the pubtroubled me. My appetite was poor ous spells but they are all gone now. eating with bloat- I got back my appetite and now I lic square, good garden, good well, and I suffered after barn &c. Desirable place and is worth ing and belching of gas. But with sleep as well as I did before my stomthe help of Tanlac I got rid of these ach started to bother me. the money asked. troubles and now I feci simply splen"I tell you Tanlac has done a lot 1,500 for 58 acres of land lying 2 did. for our family and we can't say too miles S. W. of the town of Columbia, "But I started out at first to tell much good about it." near the Glasgow road, new 5 room box house, good barn, good well in yard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in Tanlac, the master medicine and re- - Gresham, Ky., T. C. Moore & Co. cultivation, ballance in timber. 1 constructive tonic, is sold exclusively Cooper Ky., Coffey Bros. cash tlie balance on time to suit purin loiumDia, &.y.. oy Exie, Ky. L. G. Wilcox. J. N. PAGE chaser. Waterview, Ky , Thos. M. Allen. 7 acres of good limestone land. exclusive agents in nearby Other Coburg, Ky., C. H- Jarvis. towns are as follows: Three room residence, two barns, two Olga, Ky , H. E. Loy. Adv. good springs, one well, one of the best Crocus, Ky., J.;P. Miller & Sons. locations in Grady ville. Away from the creek. Price right. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Farm of 121 acres, 5 miles south of 45 acres bottom, good Columbia. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT ADAIR UIRCUT COURT OP buildings, splendid oachard, well OF KENTUCKY. KENTUCKY. watered. All in high state of cultiJames W. Roy, Pill. ) E. A. Vanhoy, Plaintiff, vation. Price ?4,000. vs. vs. ) Willis Grace &c, Dffc. 75 acres of land in sight of Columbia, Russell Yanhoy, Defendant, By virtue of a judgment and order By virture of a Judgment and Order Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres of sale of Adair circuit court, render- of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- timber, fenced. 50 per acre. ed at the January term, thereof, 1917, ed at the January term, thereof, 1917 in the above cause, for the sum of FArsi in Taylorcoukty Consist$405.03 with the interest at the rate in the above cause, I shall proceed to ing of 200 acres, 100 acres in woodland, of 0 per cent., per annum from the offer for sale at the court-hous- e door 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, 6th day of March 1917, until paid, and in Columbia Ky., to highest bidder dwelling and barn. Situated 4 miles the S61.50 costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court-hous- e door at Public Auction, on Monday the 5th south of Campbellsviile, on Bobinson in Columbia,. Ky., to the highest bid- day of March 197, at one o'clock p. m.-o- creek. Price 83,000. der, at public auction, on fonday, the thereabout (being county court,) 124 acre farm, 2 jniles S. W. of Dunn 5th day of March 1917, at 1 o'clock p. upon a credit of six months the followm., or thereabout (being county ville, in Adair, Casey, and Eussell court,) upon a credit of six months ing described property good buildings, the following described property A certain" tract of land lying in counties, reasonable good orchard, good spring, well water, Adair county Ky., on the Columbia 6 of landiying on the and CampbelLsville turnpike road near 70 acres cultivation, acres in meadow, A certain-tra20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, waters of Green river in Adair Coun- Cane Valley and bounded and describty, Ky., and bounded as follows: Be- ed as follows. Beginning at a stone limestone land,.S600 to 8800 worth of ginning at a white oak and sugar tree corner to Geqrge Hendrickson6 line timber. Price 82,800. corner to Thomas Meredith, thence thence S 28 E 9 poles to a stone, 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X with his line, S 28 E 107 pole, to a thence S 61 W 9 poles to a stone on Roads, Russell County, on Dixie Highsugar tree and dog wood, thence with the East side of the Turnpike road, way. Estimated to have 75)000 ft. with Robert B. Mayes" line N 8 E 62 poles to. thence to a the said turnpike 40312 saw timber. Price 81200. poles stone on said turnpike, a poplar and hickory, thence with thence E 611 E 112 poles to a stone in 33 acres 1 miles from Columbia. 7 said Mayes' line S 47 E 102 poles to Stephen Humphreys line, thence with acres bottom, balance fresh said Mayes' corner, thence N 83 poles said line N 23 W 20 polls to a stone and Dogwood corner to said George land. Four room box house, well w with Phillip Knifley's line to a stake with, his corner to said Knifley, thence N 70 W Hendrickson, thence beginning line S tered. Price 8830. con61 W 105 poles to the 68 poles to 2 white oaks, tnence N 30i taining 13 acres more or less. For Three houses, 7, 6, .and 5 rooms, E 11 poles to. a poplar and two chest- the purchase price, the purchaser acre lots, good wells, in the town of nut oaks, thence S 78 W 74 poles to with approved surety or securities, Columbia, west of Graded School. Bond, bearing legal inthe beginning. Containing 50 acres must executethe day of sale until paid Price $1,200 eacn. terest from more or less. Or sufficient thereof to and having the force and effect of a House andlot on Fair Ground Street produce the sums of money so ordered Judgment, Bidders will be prepared with six rooms, good well and outbuild to be made. For the purchase price, to comply promptly with these terms. logs, all new, house wired for lights. the purchaser, with approved surety W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner, Price 81,150. or securities, must execute bond, bear651 acres timber land neaV Taylor Sloan's Liniment Eases Pain. ing legal interest from the" day of sale county line, 3 miles west of Knifley, until paid, and having the force and Sloan's Liniment is first thought of from pike from Knifley to Campeffect of a judgment. Bidders will be mothers for bumps, bruises and strains bellsviile. Price 8650 prepared to comply pramptly with that are continually happening to children It quickly penetrates and If you want to buy or sell it will pay these terms. soothes without rubbing. Cleaner and you to do business with us, we are selly. A CoffeFi Master Commissioner. more effective than mussy plasters "or ing some and pleasing buyer and sella er. We also (for private-reasonhave ointments. For rheumatic aches, Something Good. soreness othe'r valuable property that we have pain and that grippy Those who hate nasty medicine after colds, Sloan's Liniment gives not advertised but will sell. should try Chamberlain's Tablets for prompt relief. Have a bottle handy constipation. They are pleasant to for bruises, strains, spraines and all take and their effect is. so agreeable external pain. For the thousands and so natural that you will nob real- whose vjork calls them outdoors, the ize that it lias been produced by a pains and aches following exposure are medicine. Obtainable at Paull Drug relieved by Sloan's Liniment. ' At UlUUUliUliiiUUlllluUliUiiUU Co. Ady Ad Paull Drug Coj, 25o. 140 lf -n Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offi- as second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR -- WED. EEB.8, For Sheriff. r 1917 - hjb v v k. When your system is cleared of all its Doisons. the membrane?, soothed and healed, the cold gone and your digestion restored, you will enjoy life, feel equal to all its tasks, and be at peace with the vo-Lei Per una do for you what it did for this sufferer: Mrs. L. A. Patterson, 238.Utah Avenue, Memphis. Term, .ays: " I have been a friend of Peruna for many years. I have used it off and no for catarrhal complaints and found it a very excellent remedy. Ihaveasraall fanuWef children. Times are hard with us. but I can scarcely afford to do without Peruna. especially during the season of the year when cough's and colds are prevalent. We always retcwaraend Peruna to our neighbors, for the benefit it has been to us." inflammntinn rf tho muxAno surface gl that lines the lungs, the stomach and ." '"iVA all the digestive tract, but they give & you evidenceof how sore a membrane VfiTsS . jK' may Decome as a result oi innamma- - ftv, . y VyS v tion, whicn is stagnation of the blooa, rightfully called acute catarrh. If you suffer from such conditions don't let them become chronic, don't run the risk of systemic catarrh. K7'5!-b3371E- ? 5 w- Tir a. u. Cold Sores and " ' Fever Blisters sgteic5!Ha ii axe only outward manifestations of the sgs t fHf&M g TlF I t ' t PI It 29 iJ rioov jl acai rui at hand. TJ ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce W. BNPAT-TESO- N a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, subject to the action of the Rupublican primary of 191V. You needn't suffer longer with such a remedy are authorized to announce CLYDE CRENSHAW a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary in August 1917. . We We are authorized nHFH.. IMMiH. . ... PlRKTIOXS fn Uia r....JL p5 tiMlilHi JA J LA K. I Peruna can be obtained in tablet form. tematically and regularly for a remedy, or as needed for a preventive. Get a box today. - to announce R, SI. HURT a ! candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democratic party, as expressed at the August primary 1917. We are authorized to announce CORTEZ SANDERS a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, subject to the action of the Republican Party. FriceBocts. ynmR!MCnBuirtMito) (ba.wfo j 1 he reruna Company, Columbus, Ohio $ For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Kint Montgomery a candidate for County Judge of Adair county, subject to the action ofthe Democratic party in the August primary 19l7. We are authorized to announce WALTER S. SINCLAIR, of the Pcllyton precinct, a candidate for County Judge of Adair County, subject to the action of the Republican party. o 6 9 9 For School Superintendent. We are authorized to announce GEORGE AARON a candidate for School Superintendent of Adair County, subject to the action of the Republican party as expressed at the August 1917 primary. Wo are authorize 1 to announce Tobias Huff-aka candidate for to the office of County School Superintendent, subject to the action of the Republican party. Primary first Saturday in August. er I k. o We are authorized to announce NOAn LOY, of the Elroy precinct, a candidate for County School Superintendent of Adair County, subject to the action ef the Democratic party. Has been the ruin of as many Eyes as any one thing. There may be the feeling of a slight inconvenience at first. You may think, O' they will be alright in a few days. Don t be deceived, if there is ever an eye defect at all, you should net rest until a COMPETENT OPTOMETRIST has been consulted. You may save yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in time. x . BRYANT & SHIVELY, Jewelers and Optometrists For County Court Clerk. nomination of County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject to the action of the Republican primary in August, 1917. T. A. FHRKIN. Cane Valley, Ky. I do hereby announce my candidacy for the Campbellsviile, Ky. 44 04tO $ SO $ We are authorized to announce JOHN Nt SQUIRES a candidate for the office of County PHONE: ICumb. Main 9141 nomG Cjty 2291 Rates 50-75-1.- 00 Court Clerk ef Adair County, subject to the action of the Republican party, expressed at the August Primary. - "SAFETY FIRST" We are authorized BERT, of the Harmony pricinct, a candidate for County Court Cjerk of Adair County, subject to the action of the Republican primary the first Saturday in August 1917. We are authorized to announce S. C. NEAT a Candidate for County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce ALBERT MILLER, of the Glenviile precinct, a candidato for County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. II. GILL, of Columbia, a candidate for County Court Clerk of Adair County subject to the action of to announce R. Y. GAB. Hotel Wafkins "In the Heart of Loui5viIIo" NG - TELEPHONES IN ROOMS-RUNNI- WATER-MODE- RN CONVENIENCES " EUROPEAN PLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and, 5th Louisville, Ky. v i 1 the Democratic party. 'I V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated For Assessor 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. We are authorized to nnnounce R. H. Harmon, of the White Oak precinct, a candidate for Assessor of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican party, Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write forour Catalog Windows, UDoor-s-, r to-wi- t: to-wi- t: EVERETT ALLISON a condidate for Assessor of Adair connty, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce - ct ' For Jailer We areaurthorized to announce JOHN TI1UR. MAN a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Republican party, as expressed at the August primary. We are authorized to announce JOHN L. DARNELL, of Harmony Precinct, a candidate for Jailerof Adair County, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce C. G. E a candidate for to the office of Jailer of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. JEF-FRIE- "i & iii!i&lnMMMtti IrFs Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught," I. have re- writes first-clas- s Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went .in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no more trouble, I shall never be without 2 ( We are authorized to announce A. H. FEESE, of Egypt precinct, a candidate for Jailer of Adair county, subject to the action of the Urmocratlc party. - s county, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce FRANK WOL-PORMILLER a candidatof or Jailer of Adair D BLACK-- D RAUGHT in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dlzzi. ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and 'valuable remedy. If you suffer from any "ot these complaints, try- - Black-Draug- ht It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-- fi years of splendid success proves its 'value. Good fa young and old. For sale everywhere. Price. 25 cents." THEDFORD'S For Representative We are authorized to announce JOE HUDDLES-TO- N of .Cumberland county a candidate to Adair and Cumberland counties in the next Legislature! subject to the action of the Republican party. rep-"rese- nt neu-ralgi- s) t ft We are authorized to announce DR. W. S. TAYLOR, of Marrowbone, a candidate to represent Adair and Cumberland In the next Legislature of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican party. COLUMBIA, KY. a -) va '.-, $H iT m ? v sV THE ADAIR COUNTYgtfEWS v3V?j-;r""-'?iV.! p. c S cJSCl.rS, HENRY W. DEPP, V Rugby. ' g :L ' xrvseeuiKv.,! nr-U,S - - - J M Your former scribe is traveling as general agent with 0. W. Stanton & Co. He has a territory from Greens-burhrough the Blue grass part of Ky. He is with a money making All Classes of Dental work done. Crow proposition. dge and Inlay work a Specially. Ouarant&td Mrs. Nancy England is visiting relaAll Work tives and old friends at this place. Office over G. W. Lowe's Measles, small pox, bad weather and Shoe Store war is the general gossip at tins place at present. J. E. Eosson our local weather proitetWence Phone 13 B Business Phoe 13 P phet predicts more bad weather before the winter is over. DR. Wheat is looking bad ab this writing. DENTIST , Most all theihogs have gone "out of Office, Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g this section, prices from 8 J to 10 cents per pound. up Stairs. Sparks-villHadis Harvey Columbia, - Kentucky Mr. last Sunday. visited at Mr. Ira Fiatt is now at Louisville. He underwent an operation loosing a ' Office: Russell BIdg. foot He is one of the best young men of this country and we hope he will Res. Phone No. I. soon recover. DENTIST. Am permanently located in Co . lumbia. I J. N. MURRELL e, James Taylor, Columbia, Ky. M. D. Stop That Cough. A hacking cough weakens the whole system, drains your energy and gets worse if neglected; your throat is raw, Will Answer All Calls. your chest aches and you feel sore all over. Believe that cold at once with Dr. King's New Discovery. The soothing pine balsam heal the irritated membranes, and the antiseptic and laxative qualities kill the germs' and I will drill wells in Adair an break up your cold. Don't let the cold adjoining counties. See me be linger. Get Dr. King's New Discovery Adv fore contracting. Latest im- today at Paull Drug Co. 25c. WELL DRILLER iBHSjBSSSSSS 32&SX2&'bS2&iz&Atttttttt?-Sr- krr w ffjrAAi'.v-j.4Vi- i - 4g j proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Give London estimates the German since the war began at over Zeppelin raids on London have been abandoned because of their mmwm&sm': I have ten fingers and ten toes. And that same, ---. .: tm ws SSS.fv 'SgBSSgW'S -- - ' m vr- -- - vs 5J;.-.rsz-T- . r ., -,; .v- . . V r9 td --;- 0-'. J J ! Dr. C. YATES DENTAL OPB'ICE James Triplett NTIST . OVER PAULL DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RKS PHONE 29. OFFICES FBONB L. H. J Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones vere cold or attack of the grip as it may be, and was nearly down sick in bed," writes O. J. Metcalf, Weather-by- , Mo. "I bought two bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy and it was only a few days until I was completely restored to health. I firmh believe that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is one of the very best medicines and will know what to do when I have another cold." Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Ad -- Severe Cold Quickly Cured. ''On December first I had a very se- I can count that much, but I just can't count all my good friends down South here they are far too many. And I'm mighty proud of them. The men who make me, say you can tell real quality by the company one keeps. Blood will tell. A good name and good breeding count most of all. : to cigarettes, too. , 1 mm reckon, applies "'--T- r; : - m :. - JTSSSSRSSSaisSE1 si .y c .a J wr i.-(j(x- .. More and more gentlemen of the South are smoking me, SOVEREIGN, every day, because they know I come from good old Virginia and Carolina stock the finest, grandest stock in all the world. " Quality is the thing, friend--y- ou can't deny it. And I stand for Quality. ' The Fashionable Figure of To-da- y. Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals In the March Woman's Home ComOffice at Residence, 1 mile of town, on panion Grace Margaret Gould describes the figure likely to be most Jamestown road. fashionable in 1917. Phone 114 G. "The fashionable figure Is long and Columbia, Ky. straight. All the puffs and ruffles have been pressed fiat. All the short waists and skirts have been pulled Denmark. down. There are no flares or protrusions. It is slight and girlish, and The farmers are taking advantage vigor and dash go with it. "Whether it is artificial or not, it of the good weather, making preparadoesn't seem to be. It is the figure tion for a large crop. of the capable young woman who can Mrs. Calvin Acree is visiting rela- do things and enjoys doing them. tives at Terre Haute, Ind. There are many other interesting arJ. S. Coffey and son are putting up ticles. 381 Fourth Ave., New York, a corn and shingle mill. They have N. Y. a good outfit. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Abe Dowell ia buying hogs and catpaying good tle this week. He is prices. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Orel Helm, of Montpelier, and ClarOP KENTUCKY. ence Coffey have gone to Cleveland, W. L. Farris Plff., ). vs 0., where they have employment. John J. Smith &ElizaSm"ithDfts ) Corn is 90c a bushel on- - the river By virtue of a Judgment and order bank. of sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderMisses Mae Snow and Virtie Coffey ed at the January term, thereof, 1917, weie visiting at Ernest Coffey's last in the above cause, for sums amountThursday night. ing to $363.96, with interest at the rate of 6 per cent., from the 5th day of Neglected Colds Grow Worse. March 1917, until paid, and $57.95 Acough that racks and irritates the costs herein, I shall proceed to offer court-housdoor in Cothroat may lead to a serious chronic for sale at the lumbia, Ky., to the highest bidder at cough, if neglected. The healing pine balsams In Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey-Natu- re's public auction, on Monday, the 5th own remedy will 'soothe day of March 1917, at 1 o'clock p. m., and relieve the irritation, breathing or thereabout (being county court,) upon a credit of six months the followwill be easier, and the antiseptic proing described property, prieties will kill the germ which A certain tract of land located in rded-healing. handy for Have it bron Adair county, Ky., on the waters of croup, sofe throat and. chronic Caney Fork creek, bounded and dechial affections. Get a bottle scribed as follows: Beginning at a Pleasant to take. At Paull Co., 25c. Adv stone in Joel Smith's line, corner to ot No., 2", thence with a ljneof said Count von Bernstorff's ship will lotN32i W. 272 poles to a stone in probably be detained two weeks at Wm. Anderson's line, thence with his Halifax, where a thorough inspection line N 48 E 8 poles, to a blazed sugar tree on the bank of Caney Fork; creek, will be made by British officials. thence up said creek' crossing same "Constipation Causes Bad Skin. twice, S 62 E 55 poles to a sugar tree on the South bank of said creek corskin is due to 9. A dull ner to John Cofer, thence with his Correct sluggish bowel movement. line S 50 E 144 poles to a stone corner this condition and.clear your complex"Cofer, thence S E 99 poles to a ion with Dr. King's New Life Pille. to corner to Robert Cofer in This mild laxative taken ai bedtime beech tree Joel Smith's line, thence with his will assureyou a fall, free, line S 48 W 63 poles to the begin-ninmovement in the morning. Drive containing 78 acres. For the out the dull, listless feeling resulting purchase price the purchaser, with apfrom overloaded intestines and Blug-gls-h proved surety or securities, must exHver. Get a bottle today. At ecute bond, bearing legal. Interest ' Paull Drug-CoAdv 25c from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judg J. Branham-wa- s killed by a posse in Pike county-aftehe had perhapsmor-tall- y ment. Bidders will be prepared to wounued'Patton Bartley and se- comply promptly with these terms. riously wounded another man. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. e . retato-wi- You Folks You Folks of the South KNOW good Mood of the South KNOW good tobacco! So I am jproud That's why I am so loved among you all down here. to say me. I am guaranteed by If you don't like me return me to your dealer and get 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.' -- over 6 Your Last Chance. N FOB THE 0&NTLSHM OP JCirta 1915. THS2 UJTH cf Zm&m? Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money t: to-da- Recently we published in these, columns an offer of The Youth's Companion and McCall's Magazine, both for a full year, for only $2.10, including a McCall Dress Pattern. The high price of paper and in khas obliged Mc- Call Magazine to raise their subscription price February 1 to 10- cents a copy and 75 cents a year so that the offer at the' above price must be withdrawn. Until March 31 our readers have the privilege of ordering both publications for a full year, including the choice of any McCall Dress Pattern, f Or 15-ce- The average salary., for all railway employees in this country last year was $840.62, an increase of $27 over The Best Recommendation. The strongest recommendation any article may receive is a favorable word from the user. It is the recommenof those who have LOUISVILLE HOTEL & Main. Street Beetween 6 7th Louisville, Kentucky. onjy 82.10. and-pimpl- y non-grip-ta- g g ., r - 50 Rooms ...Single, 1 23 per day; 2 people 100 each ...7.. The amount of reading, informaSingle, 1 60 per day;? people 125 each 50 Front Rooms commanding Gen. Fred Funstion, a tion and entertainment contaihed'in Rooms With Private Bath: issues of the Youth's figure in the country's military life, the fifty-twSingle. 1 60 per day; 2 people 123 each 60Room3.'..... Companion and the value of twelve died suddenly at San Antonio. lie r 60 Rooms....... Single, 2 00 per day; 2 people 150 each monthly fashion numbers of McCall's was the capturer of Aguinaldo. at $2.0 offer a real bargain to every THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. 6th and Main Sts, reader, of this paper. For a Bilious Attack. ' mimopEAisr pixAsr orrvx-Roomoffer Includes: This two 'When you have a severe headache, 1. The Youth's Companion 52 isWithout Bath, $1.00 andjup. Rooms With Private Bath, $1.60 uf accompanied by a ccated tongue, sues. loathing of food, constipation, torpid The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn araLocated In the Wholesale District and only a 2. The Companion Home Calendar walk to the retail district and theaters liver, vomiting of partly digested food for 1917. and then bile, you may know that you 3. McCall Magazine 12 fashion LouisvilleHoteland Old Inn Company, Props. have a nevere bilious attack. While numbers. you may be quite sick there'' is much 4. One McCall Dress Patin knowing that relief ternyour choice from your first copy consolation by taking three of Chammay be had you send a two-ceof McCall's if stamp with your selection. berlain's Tablets.. They are prompt and effectual. .Obtainable at Paull . The Youth's Companion. Drug Co". Ad St Paulr St. Boston, Mass. o s three-btac" 15-ce- nt nt used io dation The Only Iotel in Ioulsville Operated on the American and European Plan Cough AMERICAN PLAN. Rooma Without Bath Irat with" Hot and Cold Runnins Water. makes Chamberlain's that Eemedy so popular, Mrs. Amanda 75 Rooms .......Single, $3 00 per day; 2 people?2 CO each. (With" Meals) 50' " " 2 50 " " 2peopIe. 2 25 " Gierhart, Waynestield, Ohio, ' writes, 50 Front Rooms Single 3 00 " " 2people, Z 60 "" , Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy has EoomslWith Private Bath: been used in my family off and on for Single 3 00 per day; 2 people, 2 75 " 60 Rooms. twenty years and it has never failed 60 Rooms .....Single 3 60 per day; 2 people, 3 00 to cure a cough or cold." Obtainable EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Batw but with" Hot and Cold Running- Water. Ad at Paull Drug Co. Single, ?1 00 per day; 2 people fO 73 each 75 Rooms (Without Meals) - S The Adair County News $1.00 ."ST J - - M ',-- ' "Si - Sk 4 WtS.'M.'JXii.U!rr-rN- Tr Irhs tfood and tfaSd $rriith wlir start on their return ttijf fctf the West JHB GREAT the 20th of this month; Health, l9Hi you boys. Brooklet, Feb., wealth and prosperity to fedltor News: WHERE QUALITY MEETS JL Mr. James Garuett, has moved Seeing so many splendid letters in from the Charley Hutchinson's place The World's Foremost Screen Star your paper from individuals in differ- to Mrs. Joe Turner's place. We reent parts of the country, most of gretted very much to giVe up this es- THdrsday ' MARY PICKFORD , Thursday whom originally lived in Adair coun- timable family. Mr. Garnett was a Will be conducted by Night ty but who have emigrated to other good neighbor. Night ;:the fondling' . states, induced me to write and let mj Miss Rose Hunn closed her fifth The Internationally Known Beauty acquaintances know where my place school at Hutchinson's school house, CONSTANCE COLLIER present. of residence is at Saturday Saturday of January, with In For the past six years my occupa- about the middle Miss Rose is Night the satisfaction. Night "THE TONGUES OF MEN tion during the winter and spring entire of model her sex, and none can beat GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, months has been teaching in the We have acquired the reputotion-amon- g particular people for giving a getting along with the children. South, and in the summer and autumn her in hope consistently high class program at all times. You are never disappointteaching in Kentucky, and during the Her pupils just idolize her. We every we can get her to teach here 14 past 51 years' I have taught a little ed when you visit the Paramount Theater. year. over 1,400 days in the two states, and .. r" Miss Mary Squires was visiting her from this it is no trouble to see that ONE HUNDRED BEST MADE FARM WAGONS AT PRICES sister, Mrs. Bon Rice, near Cane Valno time has been lost. One especially Interesting corres- ley, last week. UNDER COMPETITION. 1 , Mr. Frank. McFarlaud and sister pondent to your paper-i- s Elder Z. TT ONE HUNDRED BUGGIES-TEWilliams. He is a ready and prolific were visiting their sister, Mrs. Edgar Health, Strength, Vitality within your grasp. 50 per cent, of our citizens are DOLLARS LESS THAN- writer, and if it was not for fear that Royse, at Disappointment, Saturday only "half alive". How about yourself? Are you suffering from any form of disPRESENT COST. he would see it in print the writer night ease? If so, slop and investigate the truly Wonderful Cures being made by the would state that, in his judgment, Some young people gathered at the Land Rollers, Clod Crushers, Disc Harrows, Cultivators and Plows one of the grandest men he has ever home of Mr. John Cuhdiff, Thursday great have advanced from Fifty to One Hundred per cent. We will had the misfortune to become ac- night to have some music. They spent GOM-OEL-SA- R sve quainted with. Many years ago it a pleasant evening. you money if you buy now. was my good fortune to attend WilThe Great-'Roo- t and Herb Medicine liam's Academy one term, boarding Gradyviile. SHOES during the time with Bro. Williams, Bright and Happy Childhood Restored to Health Through the Use Of From Georgia. fc"oys tn ? mi in Jfs I --. 1 tm nmrsMz. FjfySgvy -- rffV'fr ''VWrT.qK .! l, i PARAMOUNT , farmers Protection Sale 'dm3 ' Woodson Lewis Beginning November THE KINGDOM OF HEALTH and being young at that time, his upcrop is looking right Christian life made Indellible im- inThe wheat ' this section. pressions on my mind which even a long period of time has not eradicated from my mind, and it has often occurred to me what a grand-worl- d this would be if every man measured up to his standard of intelligence, noble manhood and good citizenship very bad oqm - c;e - SkjR Quite a number of plant beds were burned, last Thursday, in this com- 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. munity. Sherrod Hatcher, of Cane Valley section, has been making regular trips down this way for the past week or ten days Mr, Jesse Breeding, one of our best cUizens, is lying at the point of death. Mrs. W. C. Christie, in company with her brother Jack Pedigo, visited their father and family, at Summer-shade- , Metcalfe county, several dajs of last week. Mr. Peter Compton, one of the oldest citizens in the Basil community, is in a critical condition at this time. Unless there is a change for the better in a day or so he can not last long. Thos Dow ell made a business trip to Camp Knox and Greensburg the first of the week. Dohoney & Cheatham, of Milltown community, have bought a lot of hogs in this section for May delivery, at very satisfactory prices to the feeders. J. A. Diddle, of Adairville, spent several days here last week, looking after his outstanding affairs. Ed Hill and Jack Pedigo made a visit to Cumberland county a few days ago. They report a nice time. Strong Hill, J. C Fisher and W. M. Mayfield, commercial men, were calling on our merchants one day laso week. Clothing has advanced Fifty per cent. We offer One Thousand Suits at old prices. Buy now. New Styles. Up-to-da- te An-imrrten- Another Interesting letter, though short, was-froMr. V. B. Beard of Oklahoma, and it is to be regretted that he did write more. Many years ago, he and I attended the Southern Normal School now the Western Kentucky State Normal School. We recited Civil Government to Prof. H. H. Cherry, and I remember distinctly that out of a class of 100 pupils, Yir-g- il Beard was the only one that could stand on his feet and recite the eighteen powers of Congress and not miss a single word. He had a remai memory. He said one of his teachers required him to memorize his history and some other studies and he thus formed this habit a good one too,n many respects. It seems that Mr. J. O. Prock. has forgotten to write his usual letter from Georgia, this year. Possibly he is not teaching in the South this winter. So far as I know there are hot so many teachers teaching in Georgia as there were a few years ago, when Prof. Huffaker, Miss Estelle Willis and several other veteran teachers of Adair came South in the winter to teach. Perhaps many of the experienced teachers of Adair have quit in the past few years and their places are filled by young, inexperienced teachers, many of whom are utterly unqualified to do successful work in the school room on account of inferior scholarship and lack of experience in teaching. Perhaps my old friend, Prof. Huffaker, County Superintendent of Adair, could attest this fact if he was disposed to speak out in meeting. Poorly qualified and Inexperienced teachers are the greatest obstacle in the way of the progress of the public schools of the entire South. Preparation and experience count in any occupation or profession of life, and especially in the profession of teaching, yet many people seem to have the idea that any kind af a teacher is good enough to teach school a serious mistake. Perhaps at a later day I will write somemorejf this finds its way into publication, and describe the society, schools, churches, products and other things here, and also "Sherman's march to the sea," as I am right on the way he traveled on that march. It is to be regretted that so many of the good citizens of Adair are emigrating to other states. With best of wishes, I am yours sincerely, " Samuel L. Coffey. m le stock of dry goods, bought before the advance. At low price? while-thelast. Ladies Cloaks at low prices. Sugar, 11 pounds $1.00. Good Coffee, 6 pounds $1.00. 10c. ..Calumet Baking Powder, 4 for 25c. se y -- v- DAKOTA JACK Dear Sirs: I wish I could make other men understand how grateful I feel for the great benefit and your CHEYENNE INDIAN REMEDIES have been in my family. Both of my boys ware weakly, puny, sickly, troubled with worms, fever, cough, catarrh, constipation, complainining of pains all over their little bodies, indigestion and their. little stomachs would bloat terribly. We had ttied everything we could hear of; nothing did any good, when we began using You cannot know the joy we felt when both boys began to have refreshing sleep, pains stopped, indigestion stopped. They began to play, looked rosy cheeked and gained flesh, worms quit bothering them; in fact, they were like different boys altogether. My wife has derived wonderful results from the Roots & Herbs, in fact we are hearbilists now, using nothing but Root & Herb medicine in the home. COM-CEL-SAR COM-CEL-SAR. -- 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 at $1.00. We offer Woven Wire Fence 20 per cent upder market. Will send and article by mail; if not satisfactory can be returned. Very truly, (Grocer) 733 Vine Street, Louisville, Ky. Geo. M. Guelda. ' The farmers in this section, notwithstanding the bad winter, -- with so much cold and disagreeable .weather, have done more work in the way of clearing ground and fencing, than has been done inseveaal winters, and we are glad to say that they are making a nice start towards turning ground There will be an effort for the largest crop of tobacco ever grown in this part of the county. Sam Baker, who sold all of his personal property, at a public sale at last Saturday; at good prices, and also rented his farm for the year, with the idea for leaving for Milfred, 111., to make Iris future home, and would have been off just in a few days if he had not received a letter from his son, who lives Milfred, notifying him that the best thing to do was to remain in Kentucky. That busines of all kinds was quiet. Mr. Baker took the advice of his son and has decided to remain with us. The parties who bought his corn, hay, &tc , let him have it back with a very small compensation and also the one who rented his farm. So we can find Sam at the old stand, with his blacksmith tools, ready to do your work. for-cor- The human mind can never fully ramify the depths or heights of the mighty power of Nature. Through nature we have our being, Nature provides. food, clothing, air, water, sunshine for the maintenance of lifefand for disease, Nature provides the only rational, successful and radical Cure Through Roots and Herbs. It is Not guess work, Not empirioism, but is a Proven Fact, as attested by Mr. Guelda and hundreds of others who have been cured. Then, why will you neglect the. chance to Cure your self when it can be done so easily by the use of the n Roots & Herbs? Neighbors and friends, there is no longer room for doubt in the mind of Any sane person, no question as to the tremendous power to overcome disease possessed by our wonderful Cheyenne Indian Remedies and Will you suffer or will you be healed? This question is "put directly to You, reader, and it applies not only to you, but to those who 'are dear to you. It applies to every member o the Human Race with awful force, for disease is the greatest enemy of man kind, and Roots and herbs is the only successful weapon you can secure. Send for our great boolc-'TCowboy Herbalist" study it, learn the great possibilities held out to you, Then Act. All people can buy our Science Soap and ' Cowboy Liniment at God-giveCOM-CEL-SAR. he We have thoroughly tried out the Chevrolet Automobiles, and recommend the Baby Grand as luxurious in all it's appointments equal to any Car on the market at a much higher price. We will take pleasure in demonstrating this Car to any one expecting to buy one this winter or in the spring. Price $800.00. We also recommend to your kind attention the Model $550. This is ind4itbe best proposition in the Motor Car world. Price complete at factory $490.00 either five passenger Touring Car or Roadster. Libera s. proposition for of Buying If you have at all during the coming season, write us. We will give any infor Sub-Agentany-intentio- n mation requested. - COM-CEL-SA- R, "W"oorsoisr it JEAJJXJu 3720-3- 1 DAKOTA DRUG CO'S., JAOK-"WTaiTE-lVIOOJ- lewis , COLUMBIA, KY. REJlVCErDir CO. Sr WEST J3ROiVX WAY ILOUISyrLXE, ICY EVERYTHING IN HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber? Galvanized and Painted. Also Eilwood and American Fence. W F:S&4 &ir Af THE UNIVERSAL CAR Have been built and actually delivered to retail buyers since August 1, 1916. These figures 320,8 1 7 represent the actual number "manufactured by us since August 1st, 1916, and delivered by our agents to retail buyers. This unusual fall and winter demand for Ford cars makes it necessary for us to confine the distribution of cars only to those agents wljo have orders for immediate delivery to retail customers,, rather thau to permit any agent- - to stock cars in anticipation of later spring sales. We are issuing this notice to intending buyers that they may protect themselves against delay or disappointment in securing Ford cars. 4f, therefore, you are planning to purchase a Ford now. carvwe advise you to place your order and Immediate orders will have prompt attention. Delay in buying at this time may cause you tojwait several months. Enter your order to day for immediate delivery with oir authorized Ford agent listed below and don't be disappointed later on. take-delivery -- 4&"'S Dirhjo. Born to the wife of Claudie Stotts, January the 27th, a girl. Hades Harvey and Boss Sharp have purchased the farm belonging to Hiram Stotts, Sqt $600. Mrs. Rufe Hay has been visiting her mother at Sparksvllle.. Born to the wife of J. E. Stotts, Jan., 30th, a girl. There was a general fox .chase .last Tuesday night. Fiveshots were fired, but no one did any good. The death angel visited the home of Cal Stotts, and called his dear wife. She was taken all at once, and didn't live but a few hours, but she has only paid the debt we all have to pay, and is now at rest. Mrs. Jane Campbell has been jjlslt ing her sister, Mrs. Hiram Stotts. James Henson, of Sparksville, will move to the house belonging to Allen Wooten. Prayermeeting and Sunday School is progressing nlcelyat this place". .- 320.S17 Russell Creek. Born to the wife of James Garrison, on the 10th, a son mother and baby getting along fine. "Mr. George Hood, who has been quite sick, is able to sit up some. Messrs. Dick Hutchinson and Lloyd Watson were in Campbellsville last Monday, on business. - Steel. 1 Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated CO. Mrand Mrs. Geosge'Garnettjjf InMill-town, attended and all enjoyed themselves. Several from this place attended the sale pf Mrs. Conover Saturday. ting. Firm Smith and family visited at Mrs. SallIe,Smith, and two daughtGeorge Kemp's Sunday. ers, .of Columbia, have rented Mr. Bingham Moore's farm for this year Misses Nancy and Katie Walker mm -" and moved to it last week. spenfc'Sunday at T. F. Cofbin. - Smith's Chspel. Mrs, Loren Bradley and daughter, - Bro. Loyd,jjf Cane Valley, deliver- Ike Dickersonus doingjsome sawing ed a good sermon at this place- - SUn- Miss Maud, of Columbia, wereTisitingi jtjMr..JohnCandiff'slast Wednesday at,thls. place. day afternoon. -- diana, are visitinginthisnelghborhood. Mrs. Chapman Dohoney, of was visiting her mother,, Mrs. Belle Squires, last week." Mr. Bud Pendleton, of Louisville, has rented Mr. Charley Hutchinson's place in this precinct, and moved his family the latter part of the week. air. uassius Hood, who has been quije sick, is some better at this wri- 16 Eaaf Mat kef Street Between Plrst and Brook Louisville, Ky. Misses Mollie and Mattie Bennett are attending school at'Cane JValley. Glve'ns was well The,scclal r. ab-M- Lots of mud in this community. T. F. Corbin has puty a new telephone line to Green Co.i ta connect i with other lines. . PRICES: Runabout $345. Touring Car $360, Couplet $505. Town Car $595. Sedan $645, L o. b. Detroit-- &ord Motor Go, Columbia, Ky. Sandusky Bros. Agts., Foxes Wanted $2.50 to $4.00 Each, W. T. HODGEN, box 232. campbellbvILle. KY. "' XHDE NEWS, ONE DOLLAR s 7 v ( .3L. j? i t - .2 sM A -