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Sanford Strange, Mr. and Mrs. Fer Jailer a caididate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Republican party, as at the August primary. We are surthorized to announce A. W. TARTER Personals. . Mrs: W. T. Price believed to. be . gradually improving Mrs J. N. Page, who has been quite sick, has about recovered. Mr. J. O. Russell left for. the Cin- Since the splendid entertainment given sometime ago under the auspices of the Woman's Club, many requests have come to "these ladies for another. On Mch. 23, a similar program will be gage in pig raising. presented under the direction of the Woman's Club, at the Paramount Rev. Frank Cheek, of Danville, de- Theatre. The program is an exceed-- , livered twointeresting discourses at ingly interesting one, Miss Argine the Presbyterian church last Sunday, Gossett, being the reader, and Miss forenoon and evening. Fair congre- Frances Baird, the pianist, both young gations heard hjm at each appoint- ladies coming from the Louisville Conment. The church is without a pas- servatory of Music. All attending tor and has been for some months, but this recital will be assured of an inan effort is being made to secure one. teresting entertainment. "News a couple of shoats which he sold to Bennett, Grasham & Co., last Thursday. They brought him $32.46. The sale will not only stimulate Sanford, but other little boys will want to en- the little son of J. C. Strange, fattened Coming. Mr. A. W. Tarter Announces. -- - 4tt7 Senate was a drastic measure, and Senator Beokham knew that if it passed it would ruin State.wide prosslowly. pects in Kefitucky, and for that reason Mr Fred Myers, who is employed at he voted&a he did. The leading temToledo, Ohio, is spending a week with perancepapers of the country endorse ur Beckham's action. Mr. his wife and children. gentleman of intelli- Mrs. Uuy JNeu ana ner little son, Beckham is a lmru'AJnnartay hgr nnd-th- .8 --peiadGuy, who visited 5n Birmingham, Ara 7 venture of a doubt that those who returned home last Friday. wanted the prospects for State wide Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thorp, of 'Bir- killed, were anxious for that bill to mingham, Ala., are visiting Mrs. pass. Thorp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E Tandy. Notice. Byron Montgomery, who is in the revenue service, and who came home thinking he would get as much as a I want every one owing me to call month's vacations, was ordered last and settle, as I need the money. From week to report at Gethsemane, one of this date I will do strictly a cash business. J. M. Kearnes. the best places in the Fifth district. 19 3t Mrs. C. S. Bishop, who has been visiting relatives in Louisville, arrived in Six o'CIock Dinner. Columbia Saturday. She is a sister of C. Mrs. W. H. "Shaw and Mrs. J. Spears, of this place. She wishes to Rev. and Mrs." O. P. Bush enterua&t all her old friends and relatives tained the official board of the Columwhile in Columbia, then return to her bia Baptist Church recently at a six late hpme in Chattanooga, Tenn. o'clock dinner. All spent a delightful Kev. H. B. Grider, of Bowling evening. Those present were Dr. J. Green, passed through Columbia last N. Page, Messrs. J. N. Conover, R. F. Thursday afternoon, en route to Mont-pelie- Paull, J. R. Garnett, W. E. McCand-lesto see his father, Mr. W. C. F. H. Durham, A. D. Patteson, Grider, who has been critically ill for Dr. James Triplett. the past week. Mr. Grider is one of Adair's best citizens, and it is hoped Mr. Stephen Jones Dead. by his many friends that favorable symptoms will set up and that he will recover. The subject of this notice died last Wednesday afternoon, about 3 o'clock, f the home of his daughter, Mrs. Born, to the wife of Edwin Cravens, at Bryant, near Watson, this county. 7, a daughter. March, 8, He had been complaining for several coun- months, but able to be about most of The taxable property ty, as taken from the tax book, is the time. He was about 73 years old, n in the eastern and was 82,007,583 part of Adair. He was sitting in his when found He had M. O. Stevenson bought of Bill chair dead, BoyJ last Thursday, a brood been, a thirtfy man and left a very Grant, good estate. He had his will written years old, for $200. about three weeks ago Born? to the wife of Pete Garvin, Campbellsville, Sunday, March 4, Faulkner-Low- e. 1917, a son. Joseph Lewis. -r, s, of-Ada-ir cinnati market last Thursday. n made ja. busiMr. ness trip to Lexington last week Mr. M Cravens was at home to attend the funeral of his granddaughter. Mrs. A. EL Ballard, who has been sick for two months, is improving AJJ-PattRo- Paul Revere, in the Edmonton states that Senator Beckham is untrue to His proclaimed temperance principles, and that he voted with the whisky crowd. The bill before the well-know- 7t Frank Toliver picked up about Last Sunday forenoon Miss Frona twenty mules here county court day. Faulkner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. He paid from ?100 to 8140 per head T. C. Faulsner, and Mr. Geo. W. Lowe were married by Rev. O. P. Fred Harris, who got his foot mash- Bush at the home of the bride's""par-ent- s, ed last week while removing an iron on Burkesville street. safe, is able to be out, after having We are informed that for the presbeen laid up for several days. ent the couple will board at the Hancock- Hotel. Mr. Lander Bryant closed recently Both the bride and groom have a very satisfactory and successful many friends, hence the best wishes school at the Garlin school house. He of the community is extended. May was liked by the patrons as well as the god of love -- be their sustaining the pupils. power, is the wish of this paper. Mr. Bascom Dohoney received a Death of an infant. fine Poland China boar pig Saturday, "W. L, Whorton, of bought from Springfield. The pig is the big type Mary Frances, the first born of Mary andffine one. and Edwin Cravens, died last Sunday eleven and twelve o'clock. It Bennett, Gresham & Co., bought a between was only three and a, half days old. hog from Geo. Smith, of color, last going away was trying on its parWednesday, that,weighed 300 pounds. Its ents, but they should Temember, the They paid 13 cents for it This is injunction of their Jieavenly Father, believed ti?bebe highest, price ever "Suffer1 little children to come unto paidin Columbia, forja shipping hog. me and forbid them not for of such is the Kingdom of heaven." Religious n Mr. Law sop Janes, who was services were held at the home MonIn the Southwestern portion of day, conducted by Rev. O. P.' Bush, the.county, died last Wednesday at and the Jnterment was in the city hig'home hear Sparksvllle. He served cemetery. in trie 13th. Kentucky infantry, and was Jl years old the 5th of this month. Latest War News. well-know- MrySam Burdette met with a very rjalnfuLaccident last Wednesday afternoon. He was handling mules in his lotTand, was kicked on his left handJireaklng a small bone. Itjyill be several weeks. before he will be able to U8efEls hand. - 3? sr . r n.tj .. iAMf r Centrfcollege, will preach at the "Presbyterian church in this place on Sunday April .8th Easter Sunday. As there will be a very general desire on the jwirtof all the congregations of thexonamunity to hear Dr. Ganfield, we would be heldfomone or both oktne.wirvices. suggest that Unioniservlces NEWS '- ADMfcfciTY '" j--- - lifl.00. The statement from Secretary of State Lansing to the effect that American merchantmen have the right to fire upon German submurines at sight, on the general 'theory that the German undersea boats are outlaws of the sea is expected to lead to an immediate clash of arms between this country and Germany. Onlycomplete breakdown by Germany can prevent entry-o-f America in war. s Right to Are at sight inmean war at once. terpreted to Revocation of unrestricted warfare by Teutons would avert hostilities. V Failure of ruthlessness only hope Capital sees for peace now. Serious times in sight. x onu-boat- Revolution, and New England to have visions and dream dreams during the struggle of 1912. But I stand with Jefferson, Washington, Otis, Franklin etc., in first; and Clay, Calhoun in the latter struggle. I get no boodle from Wall street, and wear no collar of any church or political rings. N For Sale. My views are not popular with stalled preachers nor corrupt politicians. My farm containing 107 acres, I Nearly every church pa,per I see is mile north of Montpelier, on- Russells over the.arrocities of "barcreek. This is limestone land and is barous Germany " and trying to canconsidered "the best farm in this seconize England. I don't place either tion. It lies fairly good, number 1 King in the calendar of saints, but if spring in the yard, plenty of stock I was fighting and some neutral power water. 20. acres timbered land, 20 were to furnish the other side money acres bottom, 13 acres fresh land that and implements of destruction, and will grow 10 barrels of- corn per acre, make my staple crop contraband of lOiacresof growing wheat, 7 acres of war as "Hengland" did our cotton, I meadow, 20 acres fine red top pasture should rank that nation as considerfor this year. 30 acres for corn, 8 acres ably lower than the angels. for oats. Fairly good dwelling, 2 New England has furnished Engbarns, 2 cribs, and all the necessary land munitions of war, England made outbuildings. Also 125 shocks fodder cotton contraband, and the South at 7 and 20 acres stalk field that hasnever cents, when Germany would have givbeen turned on. Also teleplrone line Graded and High School Honor en us 18. all goes together. Posession given at Roil. If we can't make peace, let them once. Terms one half down, balance fight it out, I am for uncle Sam in one aud two years. Eleventh Grade. against all comers and goers, but lets I will also sell my fine young Jack Paul Blair. have a just cause. Black Hawk, no better breeder in the Marguerite Lovett. Leaving politics, allow me to say county Tenth Grade that John Logan, of Macomb, 111., wanting a good farm, or a Any one Wood Cundiff. writes me that he made 6,000 bushels there. number one Jack, should not fail to We met also Mr. Tyler Chandler, of corn, and sold 2,000 bushels at 85 John Dunbar. come and look. who is one of Columbia's young men Cecil Dunbar. cents a bushel. Here the awful floods v V. M. Epperson, of last summer ruined corn and cot- He has been in Hillsboro since 1900, Montpelier, Ky. Beckham Jeffries. and has been salesman in a large dry- - . ton Kinnaird Rowe. Good wishes to all, and a fervent goods store all these years, and is Wei by Page. Gradyvilie. prayer that we may be spared the much appreciated by his employers. Ninth Grade. ? We have had plenty of rain and His wife, who was Miss Nettie Winatrocities of war. Martha Grisom sleet for the past f eWdays frey, of Columbia, is in poor health. Melvin L. White. Frances Reed We did not get to see her. Mr. Scott Joel Rodgers spent the first of the Mary Winfrey. week at Greensburg and Roachville. Walker and family, of Columbia, live Public Sale. there, but I did not get to see him. Eighth Grade. Poke Mitchell, of Edmonton, was On Monday, March 19, 1917, it be- several Adair county people live here, here the first o,f the week looking afLola Maupin ing the first day of Circuit Court, we but I did not have the pleasnre of ter oil leases. Taylor. Katie will sell to the highest bidder at the meeting them, as my stay was short. Robert O. Keltner was on the sick Stewart Huffaker.' Courthouse door in Greensburg, Ky We spent a very enjoyable day in the list several days last week Seventh Grade the old Lewis home place "Vaueluse," home of Col. J. Z. Miller, last week. Dohoney & Cheatham, of Milltown Virgie Pendleton. containing 198 acres, besides being one His accomplished daughter, Miss Masection, received a lot of hogs here the Mary Summers. of the best old homes in the State, ry, who was recently married, still first of the week at 10 and 11 cents Frank Callison. This is a tract strong 'and desirable lives with her father. Her husband, per pound. Robert Gill. C and adapted to the growing of all Mr. Schnelle, is a traveling man and W. L. Grady bought last week a tine Robert Neat. crops, corn, wheat, oats, tobacco, both is on the road a good deal of the time. Peacock stallion. price not known. Virginia Smith. burley and dark. About 75 acres of After enjoying a splendid dinner, we Mr Grady is noted for fine horses. timber, containing some of the finest enjoyed a few hours of visiting talkGrade. Sixth Mrs. Elizabeth Beachamp, of Nashpoplar, oak, ash and hickory to be ing of old times and people who live Mabel Rosenbaum. ville, Tenn . is visiting her daughter, found in the State. A rare home and and have lived in Kentucky. Rachel Coffey. Mrs E E. Nell, near this place at This is a great place for entertaina rare bargain for the purchaser. Carrie Grissom. this time Nine room brick dwelling in good re- ments. Last week we had Charlie Marshall Paull The boys of our town have been pair. Good tobacco barn, good stable Harrison, the great tenor singer of v Delia Smith. catching some very fine, fish out of our and good double corn erib. All large America, at Baylor College. The adFifth Grade creek for the past week or two. and commodious One mile from sta mission fee was 81 and we did not go. Allene Nell. Robt. Wethington bought last week tion, good pike. Walkway half a mile The Choral Club will sing at Baylor Willie Rosenbaum. admission fee 15 from Albert Brummett & Coomer & to station. We will also self at the College Frances Ballou. cents. I think We will hear them as body of hickory timGowen a large same time and place, the Bates place, Frances Russell. 155 acres. This is strong blue grass the price is within our reach. Then ber for the Adair Spoke Co , that will Nell Smith be manufactured at this place. Mr. land well adapted to cultivation. Fif- there will be a lecture at same place Ray Smith. Wethington will also buy timber here. ty acres of timber, oak, beesh, walnut on Sunday School work, by a lady of Fourth Grade. We are very glad that the company and poplar. Lies just across the state wide reputation. That is to be Lucille Winfrey. Greensburg and Campbellsville pike free, and we are planning to go Thurshas decided to open up their business' Thelma Grissom. here again, as it is the life of trade. from the home place. Right of way day and Friday at 9 o'clock each mornCecil Kearnes under Trestle No. 17, on the L. & N. ing. I had letters last week from sev The above timber is known in this Marjorie Kelsey R. R., which makes the two tracts eral Kentucky friends who live in Texsection as the J M Wilson timber. Milton Murrell.' practically join. The Greensburg and as. One of them is Grant Cundiff, Married on the 27th, Mrs. Sallie Third Grade. Campbellsville pike is in extra good who lives now at Lott, Texas, and Is Sherrill to Mr. Sherrod Hatcher, of ,' Harlan Judd. Cane Valley section. Rev Bush, of condition and runs broadside and pleased with Texas, and reports he is William Kearnes. Columbia, pronounced the ceremony. front to both places These lands are doing well. His home in Kentucky Second Grade. The newly married couple will reside the last best bargains to be offered was near Denmark. Gerge Coffey Hynes English.' at Mr. Hatcher's home near Cane Val this generation near this historic old writes me that he i3 doing well in Lynn Jeffries ley. Their many friends in this" comtown, We will offer these two tracts business at Merit, Texas. He lived wish, them a happy and prosBallou. Sytha munity separately and then together and" the in Russell, near Esto. Then last, but perous life Wade Kearnes' best price will be the sale. Also at not least, one from Mrs. Sam A. Cal., who used to Samuel Kelsey. the same time and place 128 acres of Strange, Died on the 27th, Mr. Jesse Breeding Primary. land on Meadow Creek. A part of the teach in our home at Montpelier, and in his 77th year of age. He had been old Carlisle Place. This is good strong insists that we come by and visit them Bessie Bennett. confined for several months with a land adaptable to all crops Half tim- on Our way home. That would be a Mary Barbee. complication of troubles, but when the ber and half cleared. No buildings. fine trip, and would be an event we Nettie Clarke Grissom. end came he was ready togo. There would certainly enjoy, but it is a little one-ha" Reservations Graveyard, John Murrell Jr. never lived a stricter business man, acre, shape to be selected around pres out of the way, and the distance from Alden Durham. honest in every particular, than Mr. ent graves by Executors; also perpet there home, would be a long, tiresome Breeding. He dealt houestly with evual right of way to and from the one, and so we will have to forego this ery man. His funeral was preached From North Carolina. graveyard for all members of the fam great pleasure, and make our way by Rev. Scott before a large audience homeward by the last of March. So ily and their descendants Lattimore, March 4, 1917. of friends and relatives and his red mains were interred at the family Editor News: Terms cash, balance one aoout two more letters win close our cemetery. Excuse my seeming neglect, but I land two years, with notes, bearing In- - correspondence here. We hava used up all the paper and envelopes the iqicou Uncle Charles Yates, one of the old- have been very busy In the school tors. uuui uatV apiuvcu jj News man gave us when we started, Woodson Lewis, est men of our town, is able to walk room, hence my correspondence has and so I guess It will be time to quit. down to the post office every day when suffered. J. C. Lewis, I am still improving nicely. Mrs. As President Wilson, a devout the weather is good, after his mail and Executors of Will of Ann W. Lewis, Williams has lost 10 pounds since we deceased. to be inaugurated is looking well for a man of his age. came here only weigh 170. We will take pleasure showing land He is the last one of the Yates broth- it certainly would not be wrong for z. Williams- were all charter members of me to write a letter to my home pa- and buildrngs to prospective purchas ers, who ers at any time. the Gradyvilie Baptist Church, and per. I voted for Wilson, am his friend Come in to the Contest. donated largely to the support of the and admirer, and the Old North State Program of the Woman's Club. church, and we are glad to say that came up with a splendid majority. There will be spirited bidding here' While I am for Germany as far as their children have not forgot their When a Man's a Man Miss Hughes. next Friday and many people are ex'Hengland" are concerned, I Paper Miss King. training when it comes to givingto she-anpected in town. Who will getthe the support of their church "Uncle favor the "last man and the last doPoem from Their Yesterday Mrs next road is the question. Three will Charlie" informs us that his great llar" If she, Japan and Mexico invade nephew. aono snare in tins Murrell. from Shepherd of the Hills-M- rs. enter, Jamestown, Burkesville and Yates, of St. Charles, our snores. Greensburg, and the people who live our Extract Ky., sends annually 85, and his neph- mawkish sentiment toward Bush. on these respective roads will bid for read history ew, Ernest Yates, of McGregor, Texas, "Mother? country." I Discussion of Wright's book led by (J. Yates, and remember causes of Revolution, Mrs Hynea. the State aid money, the citizens putgives annually $5, W. 1812i My grandfather Campbellsville, pays $10 annually, also also of Tvar of The Club will meet with Mrs. Geo. ting up the most cash to get the aid. The meeting will evidently labound in,, Mrs. W- - R. Lyori; Campbellsvlllepdo-nates- " helped humble the forces of British Wilson, Thursday afternoon. enthusiasm, as many who are not cf liberally to this church George tyranny in first struggle, and both ray Come to the big road meeting-- . next rectly interested will be on hand r ' aDd Etnest hold their membership at grandfathers in latter.' In first we this church, converted when very- - fought the minions of and idiotic king Friday. If you. want a road you will joyingthe fight. It will be a nT ( with torles of our own land, and in have to get.busy," worth coming miles to attend young. ' boo-hooin- g -- - Perhaps there is not a more widely known man in Adair county than the subject oi tms writing, wno announces this week his candidacy for Jailer of Adair county, subject to Uhe action of the Republican party. He was born and reared in the lower end of the county, and twelve years ago he was nominated by his party for the position he is now seeking He made the race, was elected, and for four years made a diligent officer, his record meeting the approval of the entire county. For the last eight years' he has been living quietly in Columbia, farming and running teams. He is a man who has mauy warm personal friends, all of whom will take a delight in supporting him in the race. His life is an upen book, and he asks the Republicans of the county to investigate his fitness for the office, believing that they will come to a favorable conclusion and support him for the nomination and then ekct him. From now until the primary he expects to be active, 'and he earnestly asks his friends to do .every thing in their power to advance his interest. He is a friend to all his Republican opponents, hence they may expect courteous treatment from him. last we" fought the troops of our 'Mother Country" and hostile Indians, ledty Tecumseh. While this great chief was an untortured savage, he was a better man and a better sol dier than Proctor, the English general I am aware that the money of Wall Street makes some people see things, as British gold and lack of stamina caused people to see things during the Frdm Texas. Belton, March 5, 1917. Editor News: Two months have passed since we came to Belton, and the third one will soon be passed. They have been pleasant ones, spent with our friends and kinpeople here. While we are here many miles away from Columbia, we feel deeply the sorr6w and distress that many of our friends back there are having to undergo. We read with sajlness the account of Mrs Holiday's death, and express our heartfelt sympathy to the children and other relatives. She has left to the community in which she lived, her good children, a heritage far above riches, ief t a widow some years ago, with some of her children not grown, and much of the time an invalid herself, she has done her whole " duty, and has gone to her reward. She has stamped her Christian character upon all of he'- - children. We are sorry to note the critical illness of Mrs. Titus Price, and trust that she may soon recover and live to be a comfort to her husband and family. I made a flying trip to HiUsboro last week to see some of our old friends there. Eld. M. O. Ewing who used to be associated with me in the work in Columbia and other churches In Adair county, is preaehing there. He has been there four years, and is held in high esteem by the church and all the good people there. His good wife and family are also loved and appreciated by the church and people. Bro Ewing has done and is doing a fine work ' , ' to-nig- i, ' lf One-thir- ' oau Pres-byterian,- 'is to-da- t. d . -- r fe A 7 A-- y THE ADAIR '. HEWS S O Merr W mAiaaotiMMSws nrjirw te MS!&mS!&8&m& 25 60 1 25 0 &r aftFffl firtgfraMa 4 GOUHTY TME same Walter Arnold, same Adair County News Company L G Weatherford, same Joseph Aaron, same ( Incorporated.) Austin Gilpfb, bjridge lumHARRIS, EDITOR. ber CHAS. S. M E Grider, bridge lumDemocratic newspaper devoted to the interest ber of the City of ColnnMa and the people of Adair G V Coomer, nails etc. H G Gibson, nails and adjoinlrtff counties. T J Bryant, pauper as second Sandusky Bros, bridge lumT Entered at thoOolumbla maU matter. class ber R L McClister, bridge lumSUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR ber Nell & Hill, pauper claim J A Richards, pauper claim WED. MCH. 14, 1917 J R Tutt, same J A Richards, same " G R Redmon, same ANNOUNCEMENT). ' W H Wilson, hauling following Sandusky Bros, bridge lumWe are authorized to announce the Candidates subjecy to the action of their respectber ive parties: Sandusky Bros, lumber for - 4Jf - Published Every Weiiesiay J It Corbln, same J Yaughan, Luther same 300 3 3 6 3 6 3 00 same1 England, Sf . T JfcFarlaridj Work Ton closet at Jail' 00 E B Adkinson, Vital Static W 00 tics 00 Ellen Carson, Same 00 W E Sanders, same 00 L JT Hammonds, same 25 75 1 00 Vestdr Murrell Bridge lumber" . Eli2a Barnett, Vital Statis 4MM, tics 1 1 75 J Wethlngton, bridge lum ber W J Tucker, bridge lumber S E Estes, Pauper claim Coomer & Page, same - ! 00 2 50 PUTTING IT OFF SuH Bank of Columbia, assignee 1 00 of"N M Hancock .Vital 75 58 16 18 38 43 00 19 50 58 50 10 19 ' 39 39 3 17 m Statistics tistics Bank of Columbia, assignee of L W Frazer, Vital Sta14 25 3 00 N v 11 00 Jas. Pauper M. Claywell, furnishing 50 00 00 00 I Post-offi- co Granville Morgan, Road " Overseer 80 98 A J Combest, Vital Statls- 13 56 Same, Vital Statistics" ' 65 00 Dorinda E. Rodger, same 6 50 Mrs. Mary F. Hardwick, . tics 3 25 a0o 1 50 3 00 6 25 9.00 41 00 12 50 1 25 64 75 16 23 For County Judge. - jail W J Vaughan, bridge lum-be- r 9 75 Republican WALTER S. SINCLAIR. Democrat KINT MONTGOMERY. Republican E. L. SINCLAIR. Adair Co. News, public printing M Antle, work on road tools D J Bo wen, bridge lumber 102 5 12 16 26 12 19 6 34 4 Republican: W. B. PATTESON. CORTEZ SANDERS. Democrat CLYDE CRENSHAW. R, M. HURT Sam Lewis, cement Golan Keltner, pauper claim J B Jones, pauper coffin T A Firkin, pauper claim W C Smith, bridge lumber Dallas Firkin", pauper claim For County Court Clerk. G F Stults, work on road RYHindman, medical at- Republican T.A.FDRKIN. SQUIRES. JOHN N. tentiomto pauper -" L.Y. GAB BERT. L G Weatuerford, bridge S. C. NEAT. Lumber , Democrat ALBERT MILTER. Ed Eubank, pauper claim W.H.GILL. T A Chastain, same pauper For School Superintendent. WH Hanion, claim Republican GEORGE AARON Walter Arnold, bridge lumTOBIAS HUFFAKER. ber Democrat NOAH LOY, H Firkin, vital statistics Mrs. Ermine Leach, keeping For Jailer poor house 6 mo Nell & Simmons medical atRepublican JOHNTHURMAN JOHN L. DARNELL. tention to pauper , FRANK WOLFORD MILLER Nell & Simmons 6 mo salary " J. WOOTEN poor house physician Democrat C. G. JEFFRIES. Luther Ingram, Jr. bridge A. JOHN R. CHRISTIE. lumber J H Breeding, bridge lumber For Assessor J P& H S Coffey, road tools D O Pelley, same Democrat P.P.DUNBAR. Wilmore & Moss, pauper Republican R. H.HARMON. claim EVERETT ALLISON. L C Blair, same G. L. PERRYMAN. nails for Sublett Bros, bridge For Representative S E Bridgewaters, stoves for For Sheriff. 89 10 52 80 Jail 00 Y E Hurt, Road Overseer 00 Lucinda Keltner. Vital Sta 50 tistics 00 Ann Burbridge, same. 00 Mollie-William- s, same 52 Mollie Williams, same same W J Flowers, same G W Dillon, same Holland Simpson, same ' same, same same, same . Same, same Same, same C W Pollard, Road Overseer E N Grasam,,same Z T Gabbert, Vital Statistics Sara Bridgewater, Stova for 13 50 6 00 75 1 00 50 25 3 00 0 00 6 25 2 40 3 00 J A Rutherford, same . R A Strange, same Jas. Rlall, same - bridge lumber T M Collins,J F Neat, furnishing pauper W H Burris, same J A Goodin, same M E Eistridge, bridge lumber Bingham Moore, same R L Stephens, Pauper EEastndge, bridge lumber N R Roach, pauper BF Bault, bridge Sidney Burton, pauper J W Cunningham, repairing road tools First National Bank, assignee of Robt. Sublett Vital StaUs'tics First National Bank, same S A Taylor, Vital Statistics W F Cartwright, Vital Statistics '26 26 00 00 31 50 7 50 t 1 26 25 39 20 00 55 00 1 60 65 CO 2 50 Has been the ruin ot as many Eyes as any one thing. There may be the feeling of a slight inconvenience at first. . You may think, O' they will be alright in a few days. Don't be deceived, if there is ever an eye defect at all, you should, not rest until a COMPETENT OPTOMETRIST has been consulted." You may save yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in time. j BRYANT & SHIVELY, Jewelers and Optometrists -- Campbellsville, Ky. . H 25 4 00 5 75 19 50 1 00 1 80 20 5o 26 00 Lucy Hendtickson. same 16 65 Bradley & Gilbert Co., Fife Boxes for Co. Clerk's office 75 C J Dulworth, furnishing" 25 pauper 75 Lucy Roach, Vital Statis- y 50 tics 75 Lucy A Earris, Vital Statis- ' V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated -- - Louisville, Kentucky. tics J M&Burton, furnishing pau14 00 6 50 WHOLESALE Stair Jno. D. Combest, Vital sta- 52 00 1 30 5 75 289 30 37 00 tistics Elizabeth Blaydes, Vital statistics Mrs. May Evans, Vital Sta" tistics W C Barrett, same Sarah E Barnett, same Walker Bryant, 6 mo. salary 4 75 1 25 "75 a Eubank, attention to Town Clock 25 00 Sam Bridgewater, work on E N Grasam, bridge lumber 5 25 12 25 50 00 I 50 12 20 2 58 42 36 JG closeTTOr 6 81 11 24 11 05 Jail Standard Printing Co., elec tion supplies, etc. Fred McLean, painting Cir3 30 cuit Clerk's office Russell & Co.,Oil Cloth for 104 00 Circuit Clerk's office 56 25 Paull Drug Co., Oils, paints, Clerk's ofetc., for-Circu- II 40 1 51 1 35 B fice 15 19 L Conover, blasting on 10 00 66 02 6 00 Republican JOE HUDDLESTON. DR. W. S. TAYLOR. court-hous- e W COURT OF CLAIMS. ed to Jailer for prisoners D O Pelley, pauper-claiJasper Doss, bridge lumm I Ingram, goods furnish- Fiscal Claims allowed at the October England term of the Adair County Court, Oc- Jasper Doss, pauper coffin tober 1916. W 1 Ingram, school books 24 47 W E Sanders, medical attA. Hovious, pauper 300 P H Keltner, road overseer pauper ention-to -- W ber I Ingram, Assignee road Bradley & Gilbert Co., for 29 04 election supplies, etc. 71 33 Ernest Flowers, road overseer 18 68 Ernest Flowers, Bridge lum-"B5 10 ar Hay-de- n 3 50 5 00 6 00 18 80 J N Fletcher, same Porter Sexton, same G C McKinney, same T M Collins, same Porter England, same A Polston, same P H Ingram, same C E Gentry, same Cassius Loy, same A W Paxton, same R Richards, same, Bingham Moore, same . B F Bault, same A W Triplett, same "W C Tupman, same Barger Bros, road tools Barger Bos. Paints court house J W Sublett and Bro. 3 per claim 3 Parsons Bros., work on ,3 tools 3 J W Moore, work "on 3 tools 300 J W Garnett, work on 3 3 3 3 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 etc. for pau- Alley Harmon, 3load Overseer Leslie Turner, same 1 Leslie Turner, work on road 4 00 tools 5 85 Tyler Tupman, Road Overseer s 6 00 3 00 50 3 00 3 00 1 95 6 87 Clay Bennett, same' C R Hutchison, Powder, 52 00 for road 2 50 etc. 23 00 road road 95 roadf-to- ols - E M Staplessame Arthur Royse, same Hiram Blair, same W G Shepherd, same Shelton Thrasher, same Millard Easton, same Dan Carroll, same E B Morgan, same Vitus Clements, same J C Webb, same J W Cunningham, same J C England, same H L England, same John Henson, same J H Branham, same S I Blair same Finis Harvey, same C A Sanders, same R L McClister, same M E Grider, same John Patton; same C V Coomer, same L W Sparks, same H P Gibson, same Austin Gilpin, same C F Breeding, same J R Henson, same T A Chastain, same S L Baker, same J A Garrison, same James B Watson, same M E White, same Riley Janes, same Aaron Yarberry, same Hiram Blair, same Finis Harvey, same B F Bault, same Moses Sneed, same BudKearnes, same Olie Conoyjj&isame S H AbsberjiMime 3 3 3 3 3 3 00 00 00 00 00 00 40 300 3 3 3 3 -- 3 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 "3 - 3 3 3 3 3 H B Simpson, medical attention to pauper Darnell Bros, bridge lumber Jeffries Hardware Store, material for jaiier Dr. S. P. Miller, salary as health officer etc. Leslie Pickett, bridge lumber Jeffries Hdwv Store, material for roads Jeffries Hdw. Store, for nails Wheat & Williams, same Wheat & Williams, pauper claim Willis & Murrell, repairing 15 50 24 07 32 84 243 50 '16 20 s 27 21 T72 1 90 26 00 51 27 1 13 19 60 3 10 13 00 4 00 30 12 00 a oo 3 3 6 3 circuit clerk's office 300 MC Winfrey, freight and hauling file boxes 00J Amos Loy, pauper claim 00 E A Adklns, shovels etc 00 Flowers & Keene, pauper 1 Joe Bryantame 1 P K Jons, same 1 v 00 claim 3 00 R T Bennett, bridge lumber 3 00 GE Powell, work on road 3 00 tools 3 00 Rose & Willis, Pauper claim 3 00 Drs, C M Russell and S. P Miller, holding" Autopsy 3 00 on Frank Holt 3 00 3 00 Dr. C M Russell holding inquest on Wm. Stotts and 3 00 .Wesley Dcwell 3 00 3 00 W J Flowers, Medical Attention, to Pauper 00 3 00 Tobias Huffaker, 0 mo. sal- ary 300 3 00 Gordon Montgomery, 6 mo. salary 3 00 - 3 00 TR Garnett, 6 mo. salary 300 J R Tupman, Repairing Road Tools 3 00 3.00 S H Mitchell, services as - 3 00 Sheriff 300 JDr. C M Russell, Vital Sta- -- 100 00 12 00 7.00 350 00 250 00 37 50 , 2 35 101 20 ; tiStiCS - Xiis Cravn'Wm . 300 -r W L Frankum,-- workV on" " - - ,6:25 0 woodfiouse at Jail - -- ' " Mercer & Hindman pauper claim Walker Bryant, Road orders, etc. t C G Jeffries, Disinfectant for Jail R A Cooley, Bridge lumber" T E Waggener, Pauper claim Bryant & Burton, Lumber for Circuit Clerk's office W G Ellis, Viewer on road . JF Mills, same S H Mitchell, Election Com- missioner T R Stults, same J R Garnett, same . J O Russell, same JaspBr Gadberry road overseer J. H. Breeding, same Jo Z. Conover, same Frank D. Firkin, same A. A. Rodgers, same , B. F. Humphress, same Jacob Helm, 'same W. G. Ellis, same J. W. Corneal, same J. F. Mills, same Oliver Barnett, same Owen Beard, same John Brockman, same Luther England, Jr., same Sam Coffey, same v J" J. F. Burton, same " W J Bean, same Mose Wooten, same . S F Harvey, same J W Moore, same A Darnell, same J W Garnett, same - f Richard Littrell, same R E Pickett, same ' Boss"PIckettt same J F Gannon, same G'A Adkins,,same s R A Stone, same O H Murray, same W L Strange, .same J L Corbin, same - , - J R Conover, same ,. JB Watson, blasting! po; -- 20 05 " Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, 31 50 per 22 00 C H Sandusky, same , Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog P si Roberts, work on road 2 60 tools 1 00 Isaiah Henson, same S HAbsher, bridge lum62 ber THE GREAT P M Roberts, 'work on road 6 33 tools, etc. 1 87 G W Dillon, bridge lumber J H Dranham, bridge lum2 30 ber 2 50 Will Lucas, work on road ComG R Reed, Election Will be conducted by 9 400 missioner J F Patteson, material for 51 87 road Bryant & Burton, lumber 8 48 for woodhouse for Jail Waiting on C G Jeffries, KENTUCKY, GREENSBURG 98 00 Court C G Jeffries, Committing- 761 30 14 and Dieting Prisoners & Burton, bridge Bryant 23 61 lumber ONE HUNDRED BEST MADE FARM WAGONS AT PRICES' G Hardwick, surveying E 7 00 Plum Point road UNDER COMPETITION. 12 00 W G Ellis, Services as J. P. 12 00 W G Shepherd, same ONE HUNDRED BUGGIES TEN DOLLARS LESS THANK W. 12 00 W G Pickett, same 12 00 W E Hancock same . PRESENT COST. 12 00 Melvin Conover, same 12 00 Land Rollers, Clod Crushers, Disc Harrows, Cultivators and Plows same FH 12 00 have advanced from Fifty to One C A Reece, sa"me Hundred per cent. We will Bave Walker Bryant, Clerk of you money if you buy now. 12 00 Court 9 50 Shack Bailey, work at Jail SHOES Burton Yates, Road over3 00 .A- seer We offer Ten Thousand Dollare worth of Shoes at Old Prices. Burton Yates, sharpening road tools Don't wait 'til next spring to find out how you would have appreW G Ellis, two days viewing ciated these prices offered now. 6 00 on joad W E Hancock viewing on 3 00 Clothing has advanced Fifty jper cent - We offer One Thousand "oad Farmers Protection Sale ; Woodson Lewis Beginning November w I Br-an- t, W G Ellis, holding inquest 6 00 5 35 19 27 4 11 38 98 3 00 3 00 8 00 State of Kentucky ) " County of Adair f00 1, Walker Bryant, Clerk of the Adair County Fiscal Cour, certify that the forcing is a true and cuirect list of the Claims allowed by the Adair County Court, at its October Term, 1916, to the best of my knowledge and . belief. Witness my hand on this March 6th 1917. Suits at old prices. Buy now. New Up-to-da- te Styles. w i'a An immdnse stock of dry goods, bought before the advance, low prices while they last. Ladies Cloaks at low prices.- - ,At ivgi Sugar, 11 pounds $1.00. Good Coffee, 6 pounds $1.00. met Baking Powder, 4 for 25c. 10c. Cala- - 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 updejnarket. 4 00 4 00 4 00 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Walker Bryant, Clerk. Rank Foolishness. 600 -- 300 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 You occasionally see it stated that colds do not result from cold weather. That is rank foolishness. Were it Will send and true colds would be as prevalent in midsummer as in midwinter. The microbe that causes colds flourishes in damp, cold weather. To get rid of a cold take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, It is effectual and is highly rec ommended by people who have used it for many years as occasion required, and know its real value. Obtainable Adv. at Paull Drug Co articlby mail; if not satisfactory can be returned 4& va KP . r t 300 an easy winner at the election of 3 00 President of Mexico, to be held next 3 3 3 6 3 00 00 00 00 00 It is believed that CaTranza . will be Sunday. , 300 3 00 300 3 00 300 300 3 00 3 00 50 - -- 3 00 3 00 Bad Cough? FeverisbZ Grippy? You need Dr. King's New Discovery to stop that cold, the soothing balsam Ingredients heal the irritated mem branes, soothe the sore throat, the qualities kill the germ and your cold is jquickly relieved. Dr. King's New Discovery has for 48 years been the standard remedy lor coughs and colds in thousands of homes. Get and have it handy in a bottle y your medicine chest for coughs, colds croup, grippe and ajl bronchial affections. At Paull Drug Co., 50c. Ad to-da- an-tlsep- tio We have thoroughly tried out the Chevrolet Automobiles, JKid recommend the Baby Grand as luxurious in all if g appointments equal to any Car on the market at a"rauch higher price. We will take pleasure in demonstrating this Car to any one expecting, ta buy one this winter or in the spring. Price $800.00. We also.rec-ommend-your kind attention the Model $550, This is indeedjth best proposition in the Motor Car world. Price complete at factorys $490.00 either five passenger Touring Car or Roadster. Libr to ' i 1 Tl uer r . i'20 to July J. Congress passed a law postponing, the operation of the "bone dry" law proposition for If you have any intention of buyiny at all during .the coming season, write us. We willjriTe any iaftri- " mation requested. Sub-Agent- s. - S . (LL s A ?v ' 'rfefea. Tir tHtf'ADAtraotfSW " imfnai n.'TsJ . J i! i.. .TwTryHnnyirrtnn i mir- - r- -i in iimm fSiiiTtw n ii (i rm mnftTWim, tmm . ' ." & ' HENRY lumbia. All Classes DEPP, in ii' rti t ill- -- vr fVirrrnr? mmmmmmmwm mr i. (. ,4r & . ' HERE'S A HAPPY "TANLAC Am permanently located in Co Dental work done Crow work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed J Office, over G. W. Lowe's FAMILY" V. M. Tutt G. R. Reed hake Oil That Grip attempts to 'do his bit" he exposes himself to the riek of a second! attack, for which he isiess prepared, and which may have graver consequences. de and Inlay " Sisters Join Their Mother In Declaring Tanlac Meant . New Start In Life For Them.. r : - TUTT & REED - BTTiAT. ESTATE - When Spring comes, with its changeable weather and your exposure, it is best to clear away all the symptoms left after an attack of grip. That evil disease leaves you weakened, and when its victim Shoe Store 2ei!4ence Phone 13 B Business Phoe IS DBALEHS- Offer,the following Property for Sale:FARM LAND acres of good lime stone land well watered, good dwelling and out buildings on public road, and in a good neighborhood. Price $4,500.00, one-hacash, the balance on easy terms This farm lies 4 mils S. E.of Columbia, Ky. FARM Of 100acres of the best land in Adair' county. Good dwelling, 2 good barns and outbuildings, 1 mile from Cane Valley. Prioe 86,500. ' FARM BURNPTT. Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Green river, 1 mile from pike now 52 acres river Stm niirmlw under construction. to die. SheJ bottom. Good dwelling, barn and outalmost would buildings, 2 good orchards. Price 140 lf Tliere9 Danger fei Delay April and May are pneumonia months. In this time a weakened system is a constant source of danger for the pneumonia and grip infections are jn the air, and after a long winter the body is so clogged with waste it cannot resist them. Fortify the health, remove the catarrh, and improve the digestion. DR. Oificr, J. N. MURRELL .DENTIST' up "Stairs. - Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'fs For Quick Relief Columbia,. w Kentucky Office: Russell Bldg. Res. Phone No. 1. .inflammation that is catarrh, restore the regular appetite and tone up the entire system to resist disease. A well man is safe. This reliable tonic is recommended to remove the waste from the body, counteract the catarrhal poisons and allay the As a tonic after grip it has won many commendations, while its effectiveness in catarrhal conditions is unquestioned. Take no chances Take Peruna. Peruna Tablets are always ready to take. You may carry a 2ox with you and ward off colds and chill. The liquid medicine in your home is a great safeguard. Protect your family. PERUNA MRS. JOHN LOWE. "Someone suggested the other day on our house saying-, 'This Is a Tanlac Family.' Columbia, Ky. That's because my two daughters and I talk bo much about Tanlac. We all wear Will Answer All Calls. the Tanlac Smile, too," Mrs. S. C. Burnett, 1408 Walnut street, said. "But why shouldn't we talk about it when we feel that it has done us a WELL world of good. Everyone of us has been helped by Tanlac and 111 tell you I will drill wells in Adair an we can't say too much for it. "First my older daughter, Mrs. John adjoining counties. See me be Lowe, tried it. She had lost 30 pounds Latest im- and was so run down and nervousthat fore contracting. even the rumbling of a wagon or the proved machinery of all kinds. slamming of a-- door would upset her Pump Repairing Done. Give for hours. We feared we would have to send her to a hospital. me a Call. "I honestly believe that Tanlac saved her from complete breakdown. 1. C. YATES Nothing else seemed to help her. But Tanlac put her on her feet again right quick. Today she is one of the happiest women in Cincinnati. "Then Frances became run down UKNTAL OFB'IOE sort of half-sicShe had dizzy spells. We were going to take her out of school because she kept complaining of spots and webs before her eyes. Her complexion got pasty and she didn't look a bit well. Tanlac: OO. OVKR.PAI-J.LDRUhowever, proved to be just the thing she needed and now she is back in Columbia, Ky. good health again. OFFIOB! PHONB (R HE8 PHONES 30. Mother Was Half-SIc"As for myself, I felt almost the same as Mrs. Lowe. My stomach troubled me. My appetite was poor and I suffered after eating with bloating and belching of gas. But with Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist the help of Tanlac I got rid of these troubles and now I feel simply splenSpecial attention, given Diseases of all did. domestic Animals "But I started out at first to tell Office at Residence, l'mile of town, on James Jaylor, M. D. MISS FRANCES MRS. S. C. BURNETT. that "we tack a sign DRILLER k. Dr. James Triplett G k. L,. H. Jones Jamestown roadT l believe she have been glad to have it all ended. It was just pitiful to watch her. Her weight dropped from 140 to 110 pounds. She couldn't eat without being sick. We had just about given her up. Then we heard of Tanlac and she tried it. All of a sudden she seemed to take new interest in life. Within a week she began eating solid food, just like she did before she had trouble with her stomach. The food nourished her, too, and she began taking on weight. She slept sound and it seemed like no time before she was feeling well again. Helps Youngest Girl. "One day Frances was up to see her sister. She's the youngest, you know. She was feeling bad and Mrs. Lowe gave her some Tanlac. It made her feel better and she came homo and said, 'Mama, I believe that new tonic that helped sister will do me some good. 'Please get me a bottle.' So I did and do you know that in a week she began to feel better. Now she eats all .she wants, sleeps well and doesn't have those dizzy spells" or spots before her eyes when she is studying. "I was such a firm believer in Tanlac by the time it had built up the health of my two girls that I got some for myself. It certainly toned up my system. I used to have nervous spells but they are all gone now. I got back my appetite and now I sleep as well as I did before my stomach started to bother me. "I tell you Tanlac has done a lot for our family and we can't say too much good about it." ieiu so oaa thought she was going you about Mrs. Lowe. Phone 114 G. Tanlac, the master medicine and re. constructive tonic, is sold exclusively Columbia, Ky. f.ZFSSL"" Other exclusive agents in nearby towns are as follows: Crocus, Ky., J. P. Miller & Sons. Prom Wilson's Speech. No thoughtful man can fail to see thatrCTii "necessity for definite action may come at any time If we are, in fact, and not in word merely, to defend our elementary right as a neutral nation. Since it unhappily has proved impossible to safeguard our neutral rights by diplomatic means, there may be no recourse but to armed for which there neutrality, is abundant American precedent I am the friend of peace, and mean to preserve it for America so long as I am able. War can come only by the willful acts and aggressions of others. The form in which action may become necessaiy can not yet be foreseen. - If you want valuable information you should subscribe for the Review of Beviews. It is edited by the best of writers, and there is but little fiction published by the editor. The war in Europe is given special attention and the writings by the editor are valauble to those who want to keep up with the greatest struggle ever known to the world. The price of the magazine is S3.0o per year or 25 cents per copy. Address the Review of Reviews, New York, N. Y. -- Sign of Good Digestion. When you see a cheerful ajid happy old lady you may know that she has good digestion. If your digestion is impaired or if you do "not relish your meals take a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They strengthen the stomach, improve the digestion and cause a gentle movement of the bowels. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Adv Impeachment charges were filed in the House of Representatives against Gov. Ferguson of Texas I believe that the people will be willing to trust me to act with restraint, with prudence and in the true spirit of amity and good-faitIrlquest that you will authorize me tj supply our merchant ships with defeialve arms, should that become h. necessary, to protect our shipsand our.people in their legitimate and peaceful pursuits on the seas. " not of material interests merely th it we are thinking. It is rather of fu idamental human rights, chief ' of qji the right of life itself. I am thinking not only of the rights of Americans to go and come about their proper business "by way of the seas; ' I am thinking of those rights-withowhich there is no s ut It How to Prevent Croup. When the child Is subject to attacks of croup, see to io that he eats a light evening meal, as an overloaded stomach may bring on an attack, also watch for. the first symptom hoarseness, and give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as soon as the child becomes hoarse. Obtainable at Paull Drug eo. Adv TOWN property; Nine room two story dwelling and lot, situated on one of the best res deuce streets in Colurabianear the square, barn and out buildings. A very desirable home A bargain. Price on application. IMPORTANT 115 Acres of good land in a good iil neighborhood, good buildings on public road, about 8 miles suuth,of ColumJVJJERCECA.NTS bia Price 1,600. (Bargain) 40 Acres lime stoue land, very good We the undersigned, on account buildings, desirable place to live, 4$ of the advanced prices of raw matemiles south of Columbia. Price $1,600 House and Lot: House with six rials, are compelled to charge the merrooms, good out buildings, good water chants 3 cents for each bottle lust, and and other conveniences, just out of 25 cents for each case. Also advance town limits. Price $850. House with 9 rooms just out of town our price on Soda Water, 5 cents on two shops, all buildings good, compar-tivel- y each case. Same to be in effect, on new. Price 81,900. and after April 1st, 1917. 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap residence) lying 31 miles N. W. of Co(Signed) LEBANON BOTTLING WORKS, lumbia. Price 8600.00. COLUMBIA BOTTLING WORKS, 8800 for house and lot near the public square, gcod garden, good well, NELL & SON, BOTTLERS, barn &c. Desirable place and is worth CAMPBELLSVILLE CARBONATING WK'S. the money asked. GOCA-COLBOTTLING WOR'KS. $1,500 for 581 acres of land lying 2 This March 1st, 1917. . miles S W. of the town of Columbia, near the Glasgow road, new 5 room box house, good barn, good well in yard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in cultivation, ballance in timber, i casli the balance on time to suit purHere is Good Place to Stop for Little Money chaser. 7 acres of good limestone land. Three room residence, two barn?, two Gresham, Ky., T. C. Moore & Co. good springs, one well, one of the best Cooper, Ky., Coffey Bros. locations An Grady ville. Away from Exie,Ky.L.G.Wi,co, the creek. Price right. Main Street Beetween 6 & 7th Watervi Ky . Thos. M. Allen, Farm of 121 acres,. 5 miles south of Coburg, Ky., C. H. Jarvis. 45 acres bottom, good Columbia. Olga, Ky., H. E. Loy. The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan Adv. buildings, splendid oachard, well high state of culti- AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. watered. All in Single. $2 00 per day; 2 people. 12 00 each 73EoOms CWith Meals) vation:. x Price $4,000. " " 50 2 50 " " 2pcople. 2 25 " It is reported that the President 75 acres of land in sight of Columbia, Single 3C0" " 2people. 2 50 " BOFrontRooms may appoint Oliver T. Newman as Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres Eootaa'With Private Bath: his private secretary to succeed timber, fenced. $50 per acre. GO Rooms ...Single 3 CO per day; 2 people. 2 75 " Single 3 50 per day; 2 people, 300 ' 50 Rooms FAuai ik TAYLQjt county ConsistEUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Batw but with Hot and Cold Running Water. ing of 203 acres, 100 acres in woodland, Single. $1 00 per day; 2 people $0 75 each " 75 Rooms (Without "Meals) When to Take Chamberlains Tab- 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, Single, 1 25 per day; 2 people 1 00 each 50 Rooms Single, 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each dwelling and barn. Situated 4- - miles GOFrontRooms . lets. Rooms with Private Bath: south of Campbellsvilleon Robinson When you feel dull and stupid after Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each 50 Rooms .. creek. Price 83,000. eating. Single, 2 00 per dan 2 pesple 150 each Rooms 124 acre farm, 21 miles S. W. When constipated or bilious. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Gor. 6th and Main Sts. ville, In' Adair, Casey, and Russell When jou have a sick headache. counties, reasonable good buildings, When you belorrafter eatiug. EUROPEAN !PIiA3Sr 03STIiY good orchard, good spring, well water, When you have indigestion. Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 andjup. Rooms With Private Bath, $1.50 up. 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, When nervous or despondent. The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only a When you have no relish for your 20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, walk to the retail district and theaters. limestone land, 8600 to 8800 worth of meals. Old Inn Company, Props. timber. Price 82,800. When yourliver is torpidr Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X Adv Roads, Russell County, on Dixie High-- , The picketing campaign of suffra- way. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. gettes arbund the White House came saw timber. Price 81,200. tfMit .rrrT ,$Ti, )W "ri to a close Sunday without any appar-ent- r 33 acres 11 miles from Columbia. 7 acres first-clasbottom, balance fresh results. Jand. Four room box house, well w tered. Price 8830. Clear Your Skin in Spring. Spring house cleaning means cleanThree houses; 7, 6, and 5 rooms, 4 There are times in every woman's life when she ing inside and outside. Dull pimply acre lots, good wells, in the town of needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. skin is an aftermath of winter inac- Columbia, west of Graded Schoof. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic tivity. Flush your intestines with a Price $1,200 each. to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is comand clean out the accuposed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act House and lot on Fair Ground Street mulated .wastes, easy to take, they dc with six rooms, good well and outbuildgently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, not gripe. Dr. King's New Life Pills ings, all new, house wired for lights. and helps build them back to strength and health. will clear your complexion and bright- Price 81,150'. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, if en your eye. Try Dr. King's New ailing vomen in its past half century of wonderful 65 acres timber land near Taylpr Life Pills tonight and throw off the county line, 3 miles west of Knifley, 2i success, and it will do the same for you. sluggish winter shell. At Paull Drug miles from pik& from Knifley to You can't make a mistake in taking Co., 25c. Ad Price $650. 85,000. The Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio ' I NOTICE TO A J a HOTEL Louisville, Kentucky. " GO n three-block- 's LouisvilleHoteland s rswilfliri,rft f You Heed a Tonic -- miid-laxa'tiv- e Camp-bellsvill- e. Fourteen hundred nominations, inTheJPresIdent signed the "bone dry" cluding that) of Dr. 0 ary T. Grayson, bill, adding fourteen states to the will stop Dr. Tfell's failed of confirmation In the Senate. number in .which importations of lithat hacking cough that lingers from quor are unlawful. January. The soothing pine balsams Sprains and Strains Relieved. loosen th,phlegm, heals the irritated Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the I ke$p on hands a full stock of membrane, the glycerine relieves the pain out of Btrains, sprains, bruises cofflnsr caskets, and robes. I also keep you breathe easier and tender tisues, and all muscle soreness. A clean, coughinfceases. Don't neglect a clear liquid easily applied, it quickly Metallic CasketsKand Steel Boxes and two hearses. We keep extra large lingerlnffeoBgh, it Is dangerous. Dr. penetrates without rubbing. Sloan's caskets. Prompt service night or day. - Honey is .antiseptic Bell's TPinevTarLiniment does not stain the skin or and pleasant to take, benefits young clog the pores like" mussy plasters or Residence Phone 29, office phone 198. 45-- 1 yr J. B TrfpteCt, andVpld, gWltat puaull Drug Co., toointments. For chronic rheumatic Columbia, Ky. day. Fprfnula on the bottle. 25c. aches and pains, neuralgia, gout and Ad jg n remedy President Wilson wrote a letter-- to lumbago haye this All thjiglslation urged byt Presi handy. For the pains of -- grippe and the President of the Tennessee Sendent WilsoSlais a supptemeutto the following ..strenuous work, it gives ate urging'the legislature to pass an ' quick relief. At Paull Drug 00250. equal suffrage amendment. Adamsonwtf ailed of passage.. -Pine-Tar-Honey --- Stop Left over Coughs. If you you want to buy or sell it will pay to do business with us, we are sell- ing some and pleasing buyer and seller. We also (for private reasons) have other valuable property that we have not advertised but will sell. Desirable 'dwelling house and eleven acres of and ninety land in the town of Columbia, good outbuildings and asmall.tenanthouse, good orchard and well watered. 83,000. Sold In the month of February $7,550 worth of real estate. says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel, as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat raot anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all" dealers. " Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark, The Woman's Tonic well-know- COLUMBIA, KY. iiiiiiiiiiiftiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiHuiiri IWJ 1BJ t Has Helped Thousands XXM r I STqa ii i i I9i IBJ lJ imi fa 8 fc. J ctK"vsH ' - . s- - A 'cr - 4 .. ri Mi;'Veiiiij'jirtt'iiJf'MM" assac? MrwwvwnrK0n Ai?"J3C - Sfifi ADAIR COUNTY OTM - - - - - TT t. S. iii- - - " i nVw J ttf WWWMMI t (utii 'hS i DIS9?&IC0? DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY. In the matter of FOR TAXES, of sale. James A. Winfrey fc Bankrupt. Pursuant to an order of the Court in the On the above styled action, I will on Sat- Court-hous- Monday, April, 2, 1917, at Ky., e door, in Columbia, urday, March lfth 1917, between the reghours of ten a. m., and three p. m., at the same being the first (Jay of a County Court, the reaidencffupcnthe premises upon' ular Term of the Adair the farm and land of James A. Win- at 1 o'clock p. m. , or thereabout, I frey, on Damron's Creek, in Adair will offer for sale, to the highest biddecounty, Kentucky, sell at public out- der, for cash in hand the following scribed tracts of land or sufficient cry to the highest and best bidder, and cost the following described real estate in thererof to satisfy the tax following due for the year 1916 by the Adair county, Kentucky, on the to-wi- COURT.. YVES?-ER-K SlifiRirTSSALEOf1 LAND ttmrnmtmrnm la m Vi M i'iit.fcniiirnjfcl-Ti- '' .. Mfcrt Saves Eggs Royal Bakingf Powder rnakes it possible to produce appetizing" and wholesome cakes, muffins, cornbread, etc., with fewer eggsjhan are usually required. &&&$Z&?"W&. s THE KINGDOM OP HEALTH 5 mL .t mici 1 fc TO Health, Strength, Vitality within your grasp. 50 per cent, of our citizens are only "half alive" How about yourself? Are vou sufferinz from anv form of dis-ease? If so, stop and investigate the truly Wonderful Cures being made by COM-OBL-SAR ' "" -- , The Great Root and Herb Medicine re- In many recipes the number of eggs may be waters of Damron's Creek, and fur- named persons to wit: Whites in District No 1. ther described as follows SPONGE CAKE First Tract. Bounded as follows D H Fitchpatriek (N R) 40 DIRECTIONS: Boll sugar and water beginning at a stone on the west side 1 cup sugar acres tax and cost for year until syrup spins a thread and add to the H cup water stiffly beaten whites of esrcs. beating until of Damron's Creek, cornerto the lands 8 3 57 1916 the mixture is cold. Sift together three 3 eggs of R. C. Neal, thence running with Hartgrove Mitchum 50 actimes the flour, salt and baking powder; 2 teaspoons Royal Caklnz Powder beat yolks of eggs until thick; add a little said Neal's line S 03 W 122 poles to a res joins R A Adam tax 1 cup flour at a time flour mixture and egg yolks x alternately to white of egg mixture, stirlarge and small stone on point, corner teaspoon salt. 5 97 ,1 and cost for year 1916 ring after each addition. Add Hi cup cold 14 cup cold water sr to said Keal, thence with his line S Z C Mann 28 acres joins R J water and flavoring. Mix. lightly and 1 teaspoon'flavorlng bake In moderate oven one hour. 70 W 23 poles to 4 small chestnuts, and Stay ton heirs, .. tax corner to same, thence with auother 7 60 cost for year 1916 .The old method called for 6 eggs line thereof, S 891 W 97 poles to a Harrison Rainwater 34 acres and no baking powder down oak, corner to said Neal and joins WW Abell tax and 5 20 Charles Jones, of color, thence with , DAKOTA J.A.CK cost for year 1916 Dear Sirs: said Jones' line S 7i West 80 poles lo-acres Rexroat & Green hickory bush, corner to said Jones and 4 18 I wish I could make other men understand how grateful I feel for the tax and cost for year 1916 also John A. Chilson, thence with said No. 1. great benefit Colored iu District and your CHEYENNE INDIAN REMEChilsonline, S 43 E 172 poles to a DIES have been in my family. Both of my boys were weakly, puny, sickly, Ed McWhorter 18 acres joins white oak, corner to said Chilson, and H H Shivolytax and cost troubled with worms, fever, cough, catarrh, constipation, complalhining of pains all 142 acre survey, thence with a line of 6 68 for year 1916 142 acre survey, including same S 49J qver their little bodies, indigestion and their little stomachs would bloat terribly. White in District No. 2 W 92 poles to two chestnut oaks on We had ttied everything we could hear of; nothing did any good, when w? behigh point, thence N 89 V. 42 poles Mrs Rachel Bryant 75 acres Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes, gan using You cannot know" the joy we felt when both boys joins W A Wilson tax and crossing Tinsley branch to a small adds none but healthful qualities to the food. began to have refreshing sleep, pains slopped, indigestion stopped. They began 5 55 cost for year 1916 black oak thence S 12 E 205 poles to a to play, looked rosy cheeked and gained flesh, worms quit bothering them; in fact, small hickory thence N C3J E 80 poles Patsie Burton 109 acres joins No' Alum No. they were like different boys altogether. Lee Durham tax and cost My wife has derived wonderful results to a white oak thence N 9 E 2C0 poles 6 75 for year 1916 to an ash, thence N 63 W 30 poles to a from the Roots & Herbs, in fact we are hearbilists now, using nothing but Root & stake corner of a 100 acre survey, J N Campbell 4 acres joins Herb medicine in the home. Taylor Sanders tax aud thence with a line of said survey runColored, District No., 7 length of the valley and still the farVery truly, Geo. M. Guelda. 5 20 Roy cost for year 1916 ning N 39 E 110 poles to a down chesmer has to wait from two to three Burbridge, 2 acres joins (Grocer) 733 Vine Street, Louisville, Ky. Tandy Campbell 35 acres tnut oak on top of knob, corner of 200 months for cars to ship their products Ann Davis, balance of tax joins J. S Sullivan tax and acre survey, including same, N Ci E - 3 48 and stock. Well, as to the market The human mind can never fully ramify the depths or heights of the mighty year 19 1G and cost for 5 19 cost for year 1916 about 143 poles crossing Damrou for our products there is no use to power of Nature. Through nature we have our being, Nature provides foocL Stone, 7 acres joins Peter Ed Creek to a small sweet gum corner of Deroy Giles 23 acres joins quote it, she is out of sight out of clothing, air, water, sunshine for the maintenance of life, and for disease, Cheatham, tax and cost Brant McGaha tax and cost said tract of land, thence with a line 3 90 sight, s and for year 1916 going the only rational, successful and radical Cure Through Roots and Herbs 5 94 Bob Spearman, 2 acres joins for year 1916 of small survey S 55 E 10J poles to a higher. Well, there is something else It is Not guess work, Not empirioism, but is a Proven Fact, as attested by Mr. Peter Cheatham, tax and small white oak at the mouth of Small W A Sapp (N R) 66 acres I want to call your attention to. No Guelda and hundreds of others who have been cured. 2 43 cost for year 1916 joins V T Bryant tax aud branch, thence N 61 E 36 poles to a one living in California or even pass Then, why will you neglect the chance to Cure your self when it can be 7 50 Sam Taylor, 1 acre joins J coat for year 1916 small hickory in old line, thence with ing through could help calling your done so easily by the use of the n Roots & Herbs? Neighbors and H Young, tax and cost for old line, S 43 E 51 poles to a spotted Henry Simpson 120 acres tax year 1916 4 41 attention, and that is our road system friends, there is no longer room for doubt in the mind of Any sane person, no "9 G7 and cost for year 1916 oak, corner of the lands of J. T. and 1 am proud to mention this .fact. question as to the tremendous power to overcome disease possessed by our wonS. H. Micthell, S. A. C. We have the linest roads of any State derful Cheyenne Indian Remedies and Withers and also corner to S 66 acre W W Whited 50 acres joins Will you suffer or survey running S 22 E 105 poles to Acel Roberts tax and cost in the Union, a net work of highways will you be healed? This question is put directly to You, reader, ; and it applies From California. 5 20 for year 1916 running all through the State, sixty not only to you, but to those who are dear to you. It applies to every rbeufecr-f- lf an elm corner to said J. T. Withers, feet wide, with concrete bottom six the Human Race with awful force, for disease is the greatest enemy of man land, thence with another line thereof, N Whites in District No. 3. Glenn, Feb. 23, 1917. G3 E 80 poles to a chestnut oak and inches thick and macadamized one and Roots and herbs is the only successful weapon you can secure. Send for our W O'Bryant 166 acres joins hickory on top of a high ridge thence inch thick on top, polished and main- great book "The Cowboy Herbalist" study it, learn the great possibilities held out Editor News: A O Young tax and cost N 22 W 100 poles to a chestnut oak was writing The News a per- tained by the State. The people vot- to you, Then Act As I. 6 68 for year 1916 million dollars more and corner to 50 acre survey, thence Laph Gadberry 75 acres joins sonal letter, I thought I would write ed twenty-fivScience Soap and Cowboy All people can buy our with line of same N 17 W 112 poles to for publication, as it has for highways, last November, by an Liniment at 5 94 a few-linElijah Melson tax and cost majority. My own a white oak, thence S 77 W 8 poles to E A Rabon (N R) 1 acres since overwhelming been seventeen years ago county, Glenn, the smallest county in TPAJJTJL a post oak and corner to a 128 acre surI left the grand old State and my old COLUMBIA, Egg joins J W Watson tax and vey, thence with a line and including 3 83 home, perhaps it will interest some of the State, voted live hundred thouyear 1916 cost for .i 1 REMEDY CO. DAKOTA same, running K 6 E 62 poles to a my old friends to hear from me or at sand dollars for road purposes, two 3729-3- 1 J W Voils (N R) 50 acres LOUISTHi WEST BROADWAY small black oak in M. L. Chambers least 1 think it should every seven- years ago, and all adjoining counties joins A J La whom tax and have followed suit since with from line thence with said Chambers line 3 02 teen years anyway. cost for year 1916 S 69 W 22 poles to two small white George Wright 30 acres joins &? EVERYTHING IN While I have fond membrias of my five hundred to one million dollars. oaks, corner to said Chambers, with old home State and her people, I have There never has been a single issue Jeney Hadley tax and cost line N 22 W 55 poles to corner of 10 for year 1916 4 45 been adopted to the State of sunshine come up before the people to be voted acre tract, thence with a line of said and flowers, dear old California. I upon for betterment of roads, but Whites in District No. 4. tract, N 49 W 62 poles to a stone in live in the Sacramento Valley, eighty what has carried by an enormous maCampbell 5 joins the original line thence with said line J M W Curry taxacres cost miles north of Sacramento City, the jority, either by Staie or county, that G and S 48 W 92 poles to a chestnut, corner capitol ot the State. We certainly shows what people think of good roads for year 1916 228 to Chamber's and R. C. Neal's lands, George have the finest climate here of any in California. It rrfakts me feel bad Groves (N It) 30 acres ' S 33 W thence with said Neal's line, part of the State. I will try and give for you people back there in old Adair Joins Tiklen Wheeler tax 28 poles to a down white oak thence on account; of your roads. O wake up 4 51 you some Idea of the size, fertility and and cost for year 1916 .. line S 63 W 36 poles with said Neal's resources of the Sacramento Valley, and to defeat State aid when you had -s crossing Damrou Creek .to the be- P. J. nuddleston, 55 acres' an opportunity for help, oh too bad. it being where I have spent my enjoins Tim Corbin, tax and Also Ellwood and American Fence. ginning. Second Tract. Bounded as Sacramento When are you going to get wise' I see 6 05 tire years in the West. cost for year 1916 follows beginning at a stake in G. W. Valley is in the Northern part of by The News where a great many of 2 acres joins Withers line, corner to C. A. Hardin's, Levi Harris, the State and is from forty to sixty the younger generation that have Peter Compton, tax and grown .up since I left dear old Kenthence with with Wither's line S 40 4 82 miles wide by two hundred miles long cost for year 1916 E 46 poles to a stake in Wither's line and is traversed through the center tucky, iiave gone west and to other W. Parsons (N R) 1 town thence S 50 W 2 poles to a white oak J. by the Sacramento river, a navigable parts. No wonder, the roads, that lot in Grady ville, Ky , tax alone, being sufficient to cause them thence S 31 E 40 poles to two hickories Incornorated year 1916 3 00 stream for about one hundred and fifand thence S 7 E 28 poles to a slippery James cost for ty miles. It heads at the foot of Mt. to emigrate. Now I would like to men- 116 Eaat Matfcet freer Between Pirst and Brook O10 acres Wilson, elm thence S 17 E 16 poles S 13 E 9 Shasta, the highest mountain in Cal- tion one more fact before I close. I joins W M Wilmore, tax Louisville, Ky. poles S 10 W 8 poles to an irod wood live in sight of the only active volca 5 20 ifornia fifty miles north of Mt. Law-socost for year 1916 and . old Mt. Law-sothence S 73 E 15 poles to two small now a living volcano, its source no in the U. S. White's, District No., 5. 13 E 114 poles to one hundred miles north of where black oaks thence S being directly south and empties into a white oak, corner to Walters, thence T A Chastain, 60 acres joins San Francisco bay, Its fertility has Hive. A grand sight to see smoke W S Pickett, and 50 acres S 11 W 74 poles to a stake in said Harno equal as a fruit and grain center. belching thousands of feet high from L P Tarter .tax aud cost N 32 W din's line, thence with his line Fruits such as prunes, peaches, pears, the snowcapped mountain in the 8 93 for year 1916 212 poles to two post oaks on a ridge apricots, apples, cherries and figs. bright summer sunshine, some sight N 19 E 144 poles to the begin- E E Rorigers, 19 acres joins thence The Syrmerna figs does exceedingly itself. I will close trusting this short J W Parnell, tax and cost ning, containing 110 acres by survey. well here, it being only one of the letter will interest you to some extent 5 92 Third Tract. This tract contains 37 for year 1916, very few places in this country they and perhaps I will write again in the acres by survey and is the same tract J A Rodgers (N R) 40 acres can be grown at all and also' home of next seventeen years anyway. tax and cost for the year E. C. Ross. of land patented in the name of Wm. the olive and grape of all varieties, 13 49 1916 J. Winfrey Oct. 6th 1887 and recorded the almond and English walnut do v in book 109 at page 232 Land Office, G T Wilson, 20 acres Joins Obituary. well, at least, but not last, the orange TKEtJKIVcRSALCAR J H- Wilson, tax and cost Frankfort, Ky. This land has been and lemon and grape fruit, there be 5 19 for year 1916 resurveyed under the order of the unThe grim reaper of death has again ing no freezes and but very little Colored, District No. 5. dersigned trustee and has been divid1I -- Ford service for the owners of Ford cars is a fact III courte- frost. The first oranges shipped from entered our community and removed Bro. Sherman Wade. California East, in the fall, are grown from' our midst, ed into seven tracts consisting of ap- Dick Sebastian, 2 acres joins III Service which covers the enure coun- some weeks ago ous, prompt, efficient. proximately 100 acres with the excepR H Johnson, tax and cost in the Sacramento Valley, instead ofi He went to Louisville III for year. 1916 170 the southern' California orange belt where he underwentan operation. He tion of lot No. 3, which contains the a klanlrt to tin cuA that Ford cars are keDt in IB irv almn.i returned to Ji is home, but gradually survey and plat of home farm. The Whites. District "No. 6 as was the case a few years ago, and III use every day. Drive where yotrwill, there's a Ford Agent worse until the end came, Feb. said seven lots are tiled witn, nd may M E Burton Heirs, 25 acres the demand is greater for northern grew "" nearby to look after your Ford car. The Universal Car be examined, by applying to said joins Jessie Burton, tax grown oranges and .lemons. Two or 27. Our community has lost one of was an industriTrustee. The land will be offered and cost for year 1916 ,2 30 three miles on each side of the River its best citizens. He will bring you universal service. Better buy yourj ous man and had made good. He was first by lot in the seven lots, and then Mrs. Nancy E. Burton, 4 close up is principly grown to fruit of Touring Car $360; Runabout $345, Coupeletl$505, by all who knew him offered with , the entire boundary acre3,- joins M E Burton, various kinds, and then for a number highly respected Baptist 'leave to the Trustee to accept that tax and cost for year 1916 Sedan $645 all f.'o. b. Detroit. We solicit your order. .1 60 of miles on each side of the River, is lie was a member of the church and was an example for the bid most advantageous to the estate. Finlej Johnson, 15 acres grown wheat, barley, oats, rice and living. We feel our loss is his eternal The sale will be upon a credit of six joins Willis Johnson, tax alfalfa, in irrigated districts, ef which Columbia, Ky. Sandusky Bros. Agts., gain into that Home prepared for 4 70 tfiere is and twelve months with interest from and cost for year 1916 three or four big irrigation those who serve the Lord. He leaves day of sale. Possession of said lands Mrs. H H Pendleton, 9 acres projects covering some"three hundred 2 daughters, 4 brothers, 1 sis1 joins Harden Cundlff, tax can be had upon the approval of the thousand acres all together. And as son, El III ter, an aged father and a large circle 22 1916 and cost for year sale by the Iteferee In Bankruptcy. a dairying and stock raising country XkmWmWW to mourn his Mi Ttye purchaser or purchasers will be SE Richardson (N R) 13 it has no equal and the sugar beet of relatives and friends 9 funeral services the re I i III I Mmtt$ required to execute bond payable to acres, joims M J Denton does well here. We have three big loss. After -tax and cost lor year 1916 1.75 sugar beet factories in the Valley. mains were laid to rest, beside his good and approved the Trustee with 1 wife, in the Fairview cemetery, near Carlos Rasner, (N R) 25 security. The foot hill section, on either side, acres, tax and cost for year W. O. Cundlff, Trusted Is devoted to stock raising and vari- Fonthill. ' 3 76 James A. Winfrey, Bankrupt. 1916 ous fruits that don't thrive so well in R L and J W Sharp, 55 acres the valley. The higher altitude and joins W HHumphresstax mountains are devoted to lumbering , JJntii the first of April we will f '10 50 and mining industries of various and cost for year 1916 magazine one year with $2.50 to $4.00 Each. ejp&ttern; Farm and Home one Elnds. While we have the river for Colored, District No , 6. mmmmmmmimmmmmmmmaa23BizBmmammmmwmmmmimmmamwmwmmmmmmmm transportation purposese have six W. 77 HODGEN, BOX 232. jMrjWQman's worm two years ana S Johnson, J acres joins S.6. v Tall roads on the side four steam "and TnefSSair County News one year all Banks, tax and cost for CAMPBELLSVILLE. ky. "'-. 3 99 two Electrics that traverse the entire year 1916 lor.$i:40. Subscribe now.. t: -- duced and excellent results obtained by adding an additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, for each egg omitted. The following" tested recipe is a practical illustration: Bright and Happy Childhood Restored to Health Through the Use Qtt COM - CEL - SAJR 1 a ROYAL COM-CELSA- R BAKING POWDER Phosphate COM-CEL-SA- R. Nature-provide- s still God-give- COM-CEL-SA- R. -- e, COM-CEL-SA- R, es to-da- y DRUG CO'S., JACK-TVHITE-MOOISr Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. 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