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" r- - VOLUME XX We are authorized to announce MISS ESTELL VMLlJlSoftheGlenville Precinct, a candidate forSchool Superintendent of Adair County, subof the Democratic party. ject 4fo the action - Primary first Saturday in August. m COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, NUMBER 21 : T Born to the wife of E. E. Akers, Miss Laura Smythe received at this c March 6, 1917, a daughter. express office last week, three fine examThose who Jersey hogs Bees are gathering in bread every ined them, pronouned them equal, if sunshiny day, from elms and maples'. frnotsuperior to any hogs ever brought to i his county. Don't forget' the date, March 23. Music and reading. Paramount theaUntil the first of April we will furter. nish McCall's magazine one year with " Dr. J.N. Murrel! visited Lebanon free pattern; Farm and- - Home one Thursday. It is most too early to, predict about year, Woman's World two years and last Mr. W. J. Brockman, of Craycraft, the fruit crop, but some say it will be The Adair County News one year all light. for $1.40. Subscribe now.. was in town .yesterday. Mr. Scott Montgomery, who was Circuit court opened at Greensburg Mr. John Will Compton, who was a quite sick last week, is better. Monday, Judge I. H. Thurman on the lawyer at Edmonton for more than a n Mr. R. B. Wilson, traveling bench. half century, died Monday of last here a few days ago. old and had week. He was seventy-siFriday evening at the Paramount been an active- member of the CumMr.-R. Myers and W. H. Sandusky were in Louisviller this week. theater, music and reading. Don't berland Presbyterian Church for many fail to be there. years. Mr. James Cole and Mr. Lewis Morri son, Bakerton, were here lasc Satur- W is reported that the CampbellsQuarterly meeting will "be held at lay. ville pike, on the Adair end, is in a ITbs-kithe Methodist church, Saturday "Mr. G. W. Brockman and son, fearful condition. Mch , 24, and Sunday the 25th. of.Amandaville, were in town Preaching by Rev. S. G. Shelley on No man really knows the pleasure Monday. the 21th at 11 a. ra.. and on the 25th Mrs Ann Lizzie Walker was very a large flock of geese gives until he at 1 a. m , and 7:30 p. m. - Every, sick last Monday, but is better at this gets fcrty or fifty. body invited. writing. Lonisville's most talented' pupils Mr. W. R. Lyon and Mr. T. W. The per capita expenditure for the will give a recital Friday evening at Campbellsville, were here a few school population in Kentucky of the Paramount theater. days since. is $9.70; based on the attendance -- MrB. T Marshall and Mr. R. C. From expressions heard there will it is $22.90. The cost of carring a puBorders, Campbellsville, were here be an unusually large tobacco crop set pil through the first eight grades is $183 20, based on attendance. Of this last Thursday. in Adair tne coming season. cost 83,024,554 is paid out St State Miss Alva Knight, who visited Mrs. Wheat is looking better In some funds, on a per capita apportionment Arvest Hill, has returned to her home parts of Adair county, but the crop of 34.37 in Jamestown. will not be as large as usaul. Mr. Matthew Taylor mingled severA letter from J. C. Blair states that al days of last week with his many Co you a he. has located at Lake City, Iowa, The Woman's Club will give lumbia friends. most enjoyable evening. "Come and route 2. He has rented a farm of 137 Mr. H. B. Ingram, who was quite bring your sister, brother and cousin " acres, bought four horses and some sick, with iagrippe, last wpek, has machinery. He will put farming greatly improved. acres in corn. Corn is selling Mr. C. M. Herriford has purchased eighty Mr. Geo. R Miller, of Louisville, the bakery at this place. Mr. Nance at his place a t 95 cents per bushel, was here a few days ago, taking or- will remain withstand do the baking. flour $5.20 per cwt., potatoes, $3 per bushel. ders for his house. Harry K. Thaw has again been adMrs. Bettie Atkins was quite sick Mr. P. A. Chelf, of Casey Creek, the latter part of last week, but is judged a lunatic and will go to an asy- was in town Thursday and called to lum. Let him stay in when he gets better at this writing. pay for The News, bul; it was hot acEid. Z. T. Williams and wife re- in. cepted as he had already paid till turned from an extended visit to TexWe have a good well machine and Jan. 1919 Strange but true, some as last Saturday night. are prepared to do your drilling and men get the paying habit and forget, Mrs. Sallie Shepherd, Blanchard, give satisfaction. Call on us. while many get the forget habit and Oklahoma, is visiting her sisters, G. C. & J. Wi Garrison. fail to pay. We appreciate men of 21-Misses Eliza and Hattie Conover. Mr. Chelf's standaid. Mr. Breeding, who of Saturday was Sfc Patrick's The oldest coin exhibited in this mfc CRtrtfimrTnaTargs-dru- g estab Day. The Irish throughout the coun- section, so far as we have heard, is a lishment, Macon, Ga., returned home try, especially in large cities, cel- Spanish silver dollar madb in the year last week, ebrated it. 1311, and now owned by Mr. I. W. S Miss- Eliza Conover, who has been Hidge, a traveling salesman from Injjonfined to her room for four months, Mr. G. B. Smith informs us that the diana,. This piece of money was unnsnowable to be out, and is rapidly current will be. turned on in full force earthed on an Indiana farm near some gaining strength. this week. The twinkling nights Indian mounds. The coin's date is Mr.-VW. Keer, Campbellsville, and have passed. clear and bears the picture of King Mr.'W. B.Southall, Louisville, were Charles 4th, of Siam. here a few days of last, week in the in-- . The President has been given power to arm merchant ships. The eagle will terest oflosurance. I have purchased the Bakery in this Mrs. Sarah A. Miller, who spent the make a noise before long that will be town and will furnish the people the winter here with her daughter, Mrs. heard throughout the world. best of bread at the lowest price posH. N. Miller, has returned to her Ella Monroe, charged with murder- sible. Strictly cash to the retail home at Crocus, Ky. ing her rival, Eva Gregory, at Solway, trade, accounts only with merchants. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Browning left Hardin county, was acquitted by a In connection with the bakery I have s opened a restaurant and for Shelbyville, Friday, where they jury at Elizabeth town, last week. will give the best of service. When J5?i&1ocate. The best wishes of the Sanford Strange bought of S. D. you need good bread or want a meal Ovuiuuiby go witn uiem lias Ella Myers, who gamed quite a Barbee, last week, two Aberdeen An- call on me. I furnish pies, cakes and itation here last season as a milli- - gus, calves for $30.00. When grown desserts, Will" pay cash for eggs and C. M. Herriford thas aeturned and will again be as- - they will bring a good sum of money. butter. Columbia, Ky. jd with Mrs. Geo. W. Staples. Farmers of Adair are behind with f E. Murrell, of this office, their plowing. Too much wet weathThe Russian people surprised the business trip to Campbellsville er has retarded progress, but they will world last week by a sudden change eensburg last Saturday and work all the faster when the warm from a Monarchial government to irn this Tuesday afternoon. days come. that of a republic. The Czar no lonlay Conover and Mr Eres Bar- ger wields the scepter of powers but feft Monday morning lor Louis- - Gardening time will soon be here, llle to buy windows, doors, etc., for but it will cost more to plant one than the people will shape, control and enjoy a government of their own. choos-ingHeir new dwellings. Mr. Barger will for many years In the past. Potatoes The European conflict will on to Memphis, Tenn., where he four to six cents per pound and onbring many changes to other nations ?ill join his ball team for the season.- - ions 10 cents. and Germany may be expected to Mrs. J. O. Russell and Miss Sallie limit the power of the Kaiser or overribalds have left Bradentown, Fla., Mr. Ray Strange and Miss Gladys throw the kingdom and erect a repub and are now at Tampa. Mrs. Russell Jones, of Glensfork, were married by lie, when hostilities ends between the writes her husband that she is feeling Rev. F, J. Barger, at the latter's resnations, or like Russia, a surprise may fairly well. Later Mr. J. O. Russell idence, on "Bomar Heights," in Cocome at any time. left last Sunday evening for Tampa, lumbia, last Sunday. Fla., after receiving a telegram that Misses Katherine Gill and Leonora his wife was not doing so well. At Rollin Browning's sale, last Tues- Lowe entertained at a St. Patrick's day, everything sold well. Corn party, in honor of the Columbia Grad- brought 98 cents per bushel, hogs sold d School Call on T. F. Collins for fertilizer. at a fancy price. The farm machin- home ofHigh and Mrs. teachers at the Mr. John D. Lowe, ery brought good money. Saturday evening, March 17th. The There are many plant' beds yet to . Mr. Walter Elrod, of this place, had decorations, favors .and refreshments burn. .the misfortune to get his right shoul- carried out the color scheme of yellow, der dislocated last Thursday morning. grp.en and white. Those receiving inGrass and wheat are showing signs He attempted to get in an autombile vitations were: Misses Mabel Ewen, of life. . when he fell. Dr. Cartwright reduced SueF. King, Hattie Neagle, Evelyn Clark, Louella Roach, Tic Hughes; the dislocation. The pear trees will soon be" in full Messrs ' Arthur S. Kelley, Herschel bloom. Jt now looks like the tax law will Baker, Fred Hill. George Montgomnot be put upon Its passage until just ery, Tom Patteson, Rollin Oundiff, Geese and turkeys are now - produc- before the expiring hoars of the extra Doc Walker, Ray. Flowers; Mr. and - 4. ing eggs. session. The session is about Mrs. N,at Walker. . . gone and nothing has been ac, But little land lias beeuvturned for complished. , Leg Broken. oats and corn. - Personals. - sales-.uaanw- as -- x W - n, 1 Loans and discounts (except those 3129 2S9 20 shown on b and c) $129 289 TotalLoana ' to receive bids from citizens, living on U.S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) ?2a 000 different roads, to secure the State aid 23 000 Total U. S. Bonda .money for road purposes. Quite a Securities other than U. 3. bonds number of people were in town, and (not including stoclfs) owned $14 000 00 at 2 o'clock p. m., they assembled in unpledged Total bonds, securities etc. H 000 the court auditorium. Judge Herri- Stock of Federal Reserve Bank No one can foresee (50 per cent of subscription) this time, ford asked for bids and two were hand1 500 what the harvest'will be for the pres- ed in Jamestown and Glasgow roads. Value of Hanking house (if unincumbered) 2 000 00 ent year, but no one can fail to see The road having the most money sub2000 that the demand for all agricultural scribed was to be awarded the winner, Due from approved reserve products will be so strong as to com- entitling it to the State Ajd and the agents in New York Chicago S 1 503 14 and St. Louis mand high market- values, and sum that would be received from the county. The Glasgow road's bid was Due from Approved Reserve sufficiently higli as to abundantly reAgents in other Reserve ward every producer.- - The world is $3,003 50 and Jamestown 33,532 50 the A copy of the first issue of the VaughrfNews, a weekly four page, six column paper which made it's appearance at Vaughn, New Mexico," March the 2, has reached us through Mr. T. E. Jeffries. It is full of local news and the business men are supporting it liberally with ads. Vaughn is comparatively a new town, but it is com ing to the front as a business point. A few days before the News was launched, a bank was organized and opened with W. E. Jeffries, who married Miss Nona Jeffries, of this place, as President. The names of Miss Jennye McFarlaud, of Columbia, who Is sojourning in Vaughn, and Mrs. W. E. Jeffries, appear in the paper. publication is edited aud pubThe lished by Mr. U. E. Burns. For Sale. WO. 6769. One genuine Gas or Kerosene EnOF THE GONDITIOH OF gine, 8 H. P., and guaranteed for 5 years. Also one genuine French Burr THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Gristmill, 16 inch burrs. G. M. Brown, Creelsboro, Ky. AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE t OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE ,x OF BUSINESS MCH. 5th, 1917. Jamestown Road Won. 21-3- RESOURCES. Last Friday was the day set apart by the Fiscal Court of Adair County 00 00 00 at. 00 - Cal-liso- 690,-88- 0, short of supplies and the European countries short of producers as well, so it seems certain that an over supply is not probable regardless of what this country may produce.. )F In view of the present inadequate supplies, of the high prices prevailing, of the real necessity for a heavy production, every farmer, whether land owner or tenant should crop as extensively as his powers and resources permit. Not only a large corn acreage should be planted in this section, but all grains that can .be grown. After oats and wheat harvest the time is ripe for buck wheat a grain crop'of value that every farmer should grow, and is now selling at $1.50 or more per bushel. If wheat fails or oats blast you still have a chance to realize a good grain crop in buckwheatgood for man or beast. Also plant more potatoes, more beans, and more of every vegetable, for there's a market for every surplus commodity. Sow rape for hogs and sheep"T peas aud soy beans for cattle. The hog market never was so good for the producer, aud even if it falls 100 per cent., it still leaves a profitable margin. Push the pigs for tfie world needs meat and the farmer" needs the profit.. By pasturing rape and using a moderate supply of corn or buckwheat, the pigs soon become tops and you will be well rewarded. Then the farmer's wife and daughters and even the ladies of the towns can well afford to produce more poultry, eggs and leathers may nob continue for a whole year, but will nevei fall below profitable production, and so far as ws ean see, every indication points to as high prices for the ensuing year as the one just past. It's the farmer who has grain, stock and vegetables to sell, and the ladies who put on the market, poultry, eggs, feathers aud butter, who are building bank accounts It is a year of great inducement to the agricultural people to become busy and stay busy the entire season. The opportunity is oursv No time for fears or indecision. Plant a big crop of corn, tobacco and small grains and With good season and intelligent cultivation a bountiful reward is certain. latter winning. The court requested jot the winner a bond with approved security for the prompt payment of the sum donated. The best of feeling prevailed during the contest. They are Coming BacK. Cities 106 405 41 67 903 53 2t Rich-Dillo- n, T-i- It will be remembered that some months ago, Rural Burton made his escape from the jail yard, having just returned from road working, in company with other prisoners. Jajler Jeffries located him a few days ago, in Lebanon, Ohio, had him arrested, and deputy Sheriff Clyde Crenshaw left for him Thursday morning. Another fugitive, Leslie Perkins, who badly stabbed a man by the same name at Knifiey, two years ago and escaped, has been located. He is in jail at Petersburg, 111. Sheriffs. H. Mitchell left for him Thursday mornings In all probability by the time this paperreaches its readers both of the abovtfuamed prisoners will be in jail in Columbia. Since writing the above, Nab Walker, deputy sheriff, left for Ottaway, III., for Fiuus Bault, also charged with a felony. U. S. Due from Banks and Bankers ether than included in 12 or 20 Checks on banks in the same city or town a3 reporting bank. . . Outside Checks and other cash items Fractional currency, nickels and cents Notes or other National Banks Federal Reserve notes' Lawful reserve in vault and net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank.-- . Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and duo from U. S. Treasurer Total 2 721 31 766 97 33 83 56 90 80 73 1 ISO CO 30 00 19 81V 65 1 250 00 263 544 63 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in 25 000 00 Surplus fund 23 000 00, 3 054 59 Undivided profits, Less current expenses, in782 23 2 272 34 terest and taxes paid Circulating Notes outstanding 25 000 00 Due to Banks and Bankers other than included in 29 or 30 67 51 Individual deposits subject to check 183 204 79 Total demand deposits. Items 33 34. 33. 35. 37. 43. 39and none Total 1265 544 63 State op Kehtcjckv, COCNTV OP ADAIR Vss: J, ) - DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF KY. 1 I, E. H. Ilughoa. Cashier, of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. E. H. Hughes. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day ot Mch., 1917. Leonora Lowe. -Notary Public My Commission expires Jan. 20th. 1921. Correct Attest: J.F.Montgomery, Director. Henry N. Miller, Director. J. P. Beard. Director. In the matter of William O. Burton In bankruptcy. Bankrupt) J. To the creditors of William O. Barton, near Casey Creek, Adair County Kentucky, in the aforesaid District, a bankrupt. first-clas- " 21-t- - Notice. Notice is hereby given that on the 12th day of March, A. D. 1917 the said William O. Burton was duly adjudged a bankrupt and the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the office of H. S. Robinson in Campbellsville, Ky., on the 23rd day of March, A. D. 1917, at 12 o'clock, noon, at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, elect a trustee, examine the bankrupt and. transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Thjs March 13th A. D. 1917. Ben Spalding Referee in Bankruptcy. H. S. Robinson, Attorney, Campbellsville, Ky.- s Over the River. Public Sale. On Saturday, April 14, 1917 beginning at one o'clock, at my home 1 mile Southwest of Bradfordsville, I will sell all my personal p'roperty, consisting of farming tools and machinery of the very best; 11 work mules, 8 of them mare mules from 151 to 16 hands high, all good ones; 3 horse mules 5 and 10 years old; 4 young horses; 3 brood mares; one horse team; 60 head of cattle, 1 to 3 years old, steers and heifers; 10 cows and calves, Jerseys, Shorthorns, Black Polls, and Herefords; 10 sows and pigs, some registered Durocs and Poland China sows. Also 100 fat hogs, 125 to 175 pounds; 500 to 700 bushels of selecb corn; 10 tons of fine clover hay: 1 exe wagon; 1 Frazier tra good cart. Persons wanting any of the above property may buy lb before the sale. Terms, January 1, 1918, Interest from date. 2400-poun- d two-hors21-3- ed-an- 21-2- t. -- m two-thir- ds srt k. Last Thursday night Eoy Rasner had the misfortune to get one bone of At my home on Campbellsville pike his right leg broken just above the Fob sale: A good youngTnare. Smiles from Columbia, four Jersey ankle, He was walking on the con21-G?C. Garrison. cows as follows: 2 good milch cows, 7 crete, opposite Mr. E. L. Sinclair's years ojd; 2 Jersey heifers "due to be residence, when an auto came down At last the sun shines bright.pri the fresh in April or May. If d bethe pike at a rapid gait. Desiring to m old Kentucky home. ?-- i fore Aprilj they will be sold on the ride, Roy jumped to catch the mapublic squarein Columbia, on Mon- chine with the result as above stated. Born to the wife or CortezSa'odeis, day, April 2ad,trto'the highest bidder. It will take" several weeks to bring Mh4, 1917, son. Z't v3r - j V Mrs. Mary S, Biggs. about recovery. 2t Elzy Young sold to E mid N. B. Price, 34 steers for $1,820. For Sale. nob-sol- f i I want every one owing me to call and settle, as I need the money. From O carry me to the hills again Where crystal fountains flow, this date I will do strictly a cash busiTo hear once more the fond refrain ness. J. M. Kearnes. Of music softN and low. t Away from cheerless, arid plains Where blighting blizzards blow, For School Superintendent. J. C. Yates. O for the verdant hills again b To the mountains let me go? paper the name of a canIn From where they boast of divers trains didate for School Superintendent apDunnville. Of level lands they've lot, pears, who is perhaps the best known But where it rarely ever rains young lady in Adair county Miss And all's, bane dry in spots. Farmers of this community have Willis, of the Glenville precinct. done very little about farming. She belongs to a Democratic family, To hills where nature's robes adorn And fairest flowers bloom and politically speaking she has heard Mont Williams, our uied to be By dewdrops kissed in early morn Democracy discussed around the firehas moved back to .this town To waft their sweet perfume. side since she was a child, believes in residing in the McKinley building;.- - C the principles enunciated by said par- Where music born of rippling rills Elmer Kubarts returned home CIn On balmy breezes float, ty, and feels that she is not demandcinnati one day last week. ing too much when she asks it to sup Enchanting strains the woodland fills Miss Sallie Bet Pelly and brother, port her in this- contest. She is a Flowing from feathered throats. Cleo, left for Iowa, where they will young woman of strong character, ca The nigbtbird from the branch above engage in school teaching. ters to the higher ideals, and has been Chants his solemn lay, Miss Lora Beard, of Eunice, is Tls-itia teacher of the youth for a number of And charms his silent lady love Miss Linnie Winfrey, ' of" thl - she ranks years. As an instructorFrom dark 'till dawning day. place. with the best of teachers, and is pop- And there's the hungry, roving fox Mrs. Sarah Boy, who has had grippe parents and pupils in That from the barnyard steals, ular with both is better at this writing. every district in which she has taught. Thenhides among the rugged rocks She is thoroughly qualified for the poMiss FannieCabbell, whohas been To take his morning meals. sition, and thee is not a doubt but away at school, has returned home. Likewise that eame old cunning coon she would make an ideal school superHuberts has been vis Finds his welcome bait, intendent. In making this announce And by iting.f rlends and. relatives near Dunn silarery moon light ment it is not out of place to state mi.. theni.n v.s of the ..i-.. ;vllle jLiimu aeotia ins luviug maw. that she has received encouragement Miss Bess Cabbell is visiting her from nearly all the precincts in the Till music cheers the dawning lighB sister, Mrs. Allen Walker, of Paxtbn, Or the bright coming day, county, but before the primary she Illinois. hopes. to meet and personally present Dispelling darkness of the night, 'v As shadows fade away. Bro. Young is our pastor this year, her claims to as many voters as possi greet and ,we feel our church, will be greatly ble. She is a daughter 61 'Herschel P. Could I those cherished minstrejs Bedetitted by his Interesting sermons. From the sarafe shady bed, . ""1 Willis, one of the besbitizens in healing fountain neaj myJeetA r. and Mrs. Callia Wttt, of Liber Adair county, a gentleman who is A w "were visiting, the ty, justly proud of the record his daughtlatter'a parents, "' .. J. T; Tones. Sunday er has;ade as a teacher. 19-3to-day- 's Es-te- ll poul-tryma- n, - ng Miss-Florenc- e -- - j .". s O. & ""j! " I " '1 " ml Now the precious companion and darling mother is trying the I comforting, biit beside the mark. Published Every Wednesday The United States is to be the The Middle Tennessee "Farm- realities of an unknown world. i IT TIE Adair County News Company beneficiary of no such immunity er's Convention last month She has passed over the road, adopted four resolutions "which from whence no traveler has ev(Incorporated.) as some hopeful ones thought. every farmer should heartily fa- er returned, and- - has gone the CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. As a mattecjof fact, there is no reason from the German vor and which he should see that way the living has not learned. DemocratfiiEgfwsDaper devoted tojthe interest view Although she is. quietly resting why American .shipping hia representatives support. of the City of Colombia and the people cf Adair The first of these is in favor of beneath the cold, cold sod, we I should be held immune. There and adjoining comities. has been an element of American the Torrens system. Tennessee rejoice in knowing that her spirEntered at the.Oolnmbia as second opinion which refused to believe needs this legislation and there it has gone to join the celestial class maU matter. that Germany would as soon if is no reason it should not have it family of God. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR The remains were .brought to not rather be at war with the before this legislature adjourns. Has been the ruin ot as many Eyes as any one tiling. There may be the feeling of a slight inconvenience at not; - Some If farmers insist on it, it will White Hill Church, where she, United States, as first You may think, O' they will be alright in a- few WED. MOH. 21, 1917 for years hejd her membership, Germans feel at war with the come. days. Don't be deceived, if 'there is ever an eye defect , at all, you should not rest until a COMPETENT-OPTOMETRISThe second resolution asks for The writer conducted funeral United States at this moment, in ANNOUNCEMENT. has been consulted. You may save associations law services in the presence of a witness of which it should not a .yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in" time. We are authorized to announce the following be necessary again to point out for this state. Here, ajrain, is a host of friends and relatives, in 4 BRYANT & SHIVELY, Candidates subjecy to the action of their respect-Iv- e plot and what measure to which there can be her old bome church, using for a parties: the Zimmermann Jewelers and Optometrists ". "Be thou now goes forward in the matter no reasonable obiection and for text, Rev., Canipbellsville, Ky. For County Judge. of espionage and worse through- which there are strong reasons. iaithful unto death and I will . Republican, WALTER S. SINCLAIR. give thee a crown of life." Af- among farmers is If out the United States. Democrat KINT MONTGOMERY. a Republican E. L. SINCLAIR. The people must not lull them- a good thing, it should be made ter which she was laid to rest in Vs' selvesnor permit themselves an easy and a practicable thing. the White Hill Cemetery. For Sheriff. deShe leaves to mourn her to be lulled into a sense of This it will not be until Republican: W. B. PATTESON. false security from war. De- ative associations are given the parture, an aged father, James CORTEffSANDERS. Incorporated Democrat CLYDE CRENSHAW. -spite the slow and dreary "pas same legal standing as corpora- Thurman, of Cumberland county, R. M. HURT sage of tangible event the peo- tions and joint stock companies a husband, two children, three For County Court Clerk. ple must keep their patriotism and placed under such supervis- brothers, and one sister. We take pleasure in.extending Republican T.A.FDRKIN. alive; and be ready to accept the ion as will prevent schemers and JOHN N. SQUIRES. supreme event without shock or crooks from exploiting the peo- to the bereaved our greatest L. Y. GABBERT. ." S.CNEAT. sympathy, and invoking God's .Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, surprise. The tale of despera- ple under the guise of Democrat ALBERT MILLER. W.H.GILL. richest blessings upon you, trusttion which leaks from Germany Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for ourJCatalog v, The third resolution favors the ing to meet you in glory with bit by bit must hold the minds For School Superintendent. of the people; and not the hope- protection of the doves in this the deceased, where we'll "never Republican GEORGE AARON where no death or less hopes of a Germany coming state. This would be directly to say good-byTOBIAS HUPFAKER. THE GREAT Democrat NOAH LOY, to its senses, which we hear 'day the interest of every farmer, heartache ever come. For Jailer by day. and no one could be injured, by "Sleep on dear mother, sleep on, Your toils of life are done. Germany does not yet believe it. This protection should be Ourxace like yours will soon be run. Republican JOHNTHURMAN JOHN L. DARNELL. the United States either able or given as a matter of course. The We now look up and thank God FRANK WOLFORD MILLER J. a WOOTEN willing to arm lawful shipping farmeKcan do a great many For the wonderful promise He has given, Will be conducted by - Democrat A. W. TARTER against submarine attack. But things, but he can scarcely wage That we through Ilis grace can meet C.G.JEFFRIES. A. H. FEESE. we are told that such armament successful war against insects Our darling mother in heaven." JOHN R. CHRISTIE. Written by her pastor. goes forward on the Atlantic and weeds without the help of L. I. Chandler. For Assessor seaboar&as expeditiously as pos- the birds. GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, Democrat P. P. DUNBAR. A clean, wholesome book addThe' fourth resolution favors a sible; and within a week or ten Republican R. H.HARMON. days more the country may hear more effective dog law, more ef- ed to your library, is a clean, TCVERETT ALLISON. G. L- FERRYMAN. of a German attack repelled a fectively enforced. The need of wholesome friend added to your German submarine sent to the this should be too obvious to ev- acquaintance. Southern For Representative ONE HUNDRED BEST MADE FARM WAGONS? pSiCe! bottom by a lawful American ery farmer for any argument Republican JOE HUDDLESTON. UNDER COMPETITION. .ship sailing upon a lawful er about it to be required. DR. W. S. TAYLOR. If you owe a debt and have the Ask your representative in the rand. It is not to be believed "3: ONE HUNDRED BUGGIES TEN DOLLARS LESS TRM money to pay it do so and save War News. that Germany will brook such an legislature to support these four your credit. A man who can ; PRESENT COST. &act; and then the country will measures. Southern not be trusted makes but little Land Rollers, Clod Crushers, Disc Harrow3, Cultivatora and Plows Complete and definite instruc- be called upon to vindicate its dust in the world. have advanced from Fifty to One Hundred per cent." 'We will save tions to the "armed guards" to principles and its ideals. The Obiluar). you money if you buy now. - :. Rank Foolishness. be placed aboard American mer- sinking of the Algonquin is tokYou occasionallrsee it stated that chant craft bound through the en of exacting days to come. SHOES colds do not result from cold weather. Mrs. Margarette Yates, born German submarine zones have Louisville Times. That is rank foolishness. Were it Nov., 16, 1875. Was married to true colds would be as prevalent in We offer Ten Thousand Dollare worth of Shoes at Old Prices. been completed by the Navy DeTwo Feeding Rules. George Garrette, May 21st, 1892. midsummer as in midwinter. The Don't wait 'til next spring to find out how you would have appre partment and approved by Secreflourishes microbe that causes ciated these prices offered now. Was born unto them two chil- damp, cold weather. colds get rid ofin fr tary Lansing. They will be fora To Here are two things, about dren, Mrs. Georgia Hurt, of cold tate Chamberlain's Cough Kem-edwarded to the navy personnel feeding for winter eggs which Breeding, Ky., and Mr. Ulis GarIt is effectual and is"highly rec- Clothing has advanced Fjf ty per cent. We" offer One aboard the merchant craft whenSuits at old prices. Buy now. New ommended by people who have used it Styj seem to be definitely 'settled: rette, of Cumberland county. for many years as occasion required, ever the ships which are to be First: The hens must have Mr. Garrette was only sparedto and know Its real value. Obtainable An immense stock of dry goods,' boughfbefore the adj armed are ready to sail. Adv. plenty of feed. The lighter her but a few years. She later at Paull Drug Co. low prices, while they last. Ladies Cloaks at lowi The nature of the instructions breeds need all they will eat, was married to Mr. W. B. Yates, CounSubscribe for Sugar, 11 pounds $1.00. Good Coffee, 6 pounds $1.00 J will nokbe made public. They and it is seldom necessary to lim- August 25, 1912. They lived ty News and keep up with the met Baking Powder, 4 for 25c. were carefully prepared by navy it the heavier breeds if the ra- happily together until Jan., 29, affairs in the county. officials and then submitted to A small lot of Calico at 5c. Xike the great North Americaij tion is properly balanced and the 1917. ac whose Secretary Lansing, The roads are almost impassa-bi- e on the last of the'species.- 1000 yards in the lot sold in 6 hens are made to work as they God in His mighty power, yet suggestion some amendment was Yard Lengths. and have been for several should for their feed. dealing justly with all men. made. It is planned not to Second: Grains alone cannot With a Bpirit of love He saw fit week. "Good Indigo Blue Overall at $1.00. broadcast the orders generally 4 The high cost of. living has not &. be countedon to produce eggs to send the death angel into this We offer Woven Wire Fence 20 per cent upder market. through the. naval service, but to caused any suicides hereabout. in large quantities. The hens home. Will send and article by mail; if not satisfactory can be refarnJI furnish the officer in command The people pay the toll and go must either milk or meat in The grim monster, death, on of the armed guard on each ship some form if they produce many that fatal day came, and in the ahead. with a copy when his vessel is eggs or produce them at ajprofit.. presence of a weeping husband Do not complain because' the ready, to sail. The Navy departMB.2Say3flgJL .... ' sSA. Eti Rs- Pullets fed on corn, a mixture of and children, took the light from weather is notto yotir. liking. ment is making every effort to three parts, wheat two parts, out the home, the precious wife The Father above is regulating suppress all information regardand oats one part in an Ohio test affairs hexfi below as well as ing the armed ships, such as laid three eggs each during the and loving mother. After a long siege of illness above. sailing dates, the equipment put experiment, the eggs costing which made its attack upon her Bad Cough? Feverish? Grippy? aboad by the navy, the $1.55 per dozen. Pullets of the to handle the guns, same age and breed fed on a some several months ago, with You need Dr. King's New Discovery all the suffering and" agony, she to stop that cold, the soothing balsam oriioything that might be of the grain mixture of corn three parts ingredients heal the irritated mem.slightest value to an enemy. It and wheat one part, together had to endure, she like a hero, branes, soothe the sore throat, the anbraved it to the nd, without a tiseptic qualities kill the germ and wxs said officially, however, that with a dry mash made up We have thoroughly tried out the Chevrolet Automobiles, and of your cold is quickly relieved. Dr. single complaint. no conflict of jurisdiction be- ground corn two parts, bran one King's New Discovery lias for 48 years recommend the: Baby Grand as Juxurious in all it's appointments Sister Yates has had a Christ-- , J)een the standard remedy for coughs equal to any Car on the market at a much higher price. We wilf tween the shipmaster and the part and meat scraps three parts Get eggs eah during ian experience .for many, years. andUolds in thousands laid thirty-twgun crews would arise. and have it handy, in take pleasure in demonstrating this Car to any one expecting to a bottle thesame period, the eggs cost- Was a member of the M. E. your medicine chest for couglis, colds buy one this winter or in the spring. Price $80000. We also redr" False Hipes Dashed. ing 28 cents a dozen. croup, grippe and all bronchial affec- ommend to your kind attention the Model $550, This, is indeed Church South. The first lot of pullets ate 27.6 Intjie trying hour ' of death tions. At Paull Drug Co., 50c. Ad best proposition in-tMotor Car world. at fact That strange peace and quiet pounds of grain each, the second she was heard singing songs-o- f The newspaper fraternity of the $490.00 either five passenger Touring Car or Roadster. Lib!! ar 37.8 pounds each of in the zone of German piracy total of Zion. Those standing by say Sate is very, much elated over the proposition for If you have any intention or buyi grain and mash. appointment of Col. Harry Summers, with regard to American ship- sbe pointed heavenward and editor of the 321izabethtown News, as at all'during the coming season write us. We will give any info Feed the hens liberally and Board pinifhaB been rudely disturbed.!- feedjthem ' meascraps or milk.. smiled... She soon yielded up the a member of'the S'edejai of. Directors malion requested. Farm Loan of the Louisville , jby the destruction of the Algon-- - If milk, give them plenty of it.- - gnoscr nignc anq Bank. There js not. dojibt but he quin, torpedoed without warning. Southern Agriculturist, has. gone to God, who gave it. will make a valuable officiaC-THE ADAIR COUNTY "i -- - " ''iH -- ' - - i''imiii!aMrHtiijrgHii ,. NEWS That the crew were saved is .r, ),.., Four things Farmers Need. ., ,.n, " ,,;,; . fSfrw Yt rTirr-ntV- f PUTTING IT OFF t t t t Post-offi- 1 - - T ve 2-1- 0. -- -- .. -- co-op- er V. J. Hughes & SonsjCo. Louisville, Kentucky.. " 'WHOLESALE '-- e, Farmers Protection Sale Woodsn Lewis Beginning November U - :- ' y. Up-to-da- te the-Ad- air - v person-nelsuppli- ed -- Q to-da- y Price-complet- he e -- Sub-Agent- s. ': -- T" rier-'spiricTOO- K -- -- :?. -- MS Alum counts Mwl irii - - i No Eggs, 1 z IENRY ; W. DEPP, From Louisville. March, 8, 1917. Editor News: . Although .two previous letters from here have -f- ound their way to the WHeh to Take Chamberlains Tab lets mimmnmmiwiimmrowm IDETNTISTI Am "permanently located in Co lumbia. AH .. ! waste baBkex, I will again drop a few ' lines from the metropolis of the State. AH Work Guaranteed I arrived in Louisville on the 30th of last December, and since that, date I " Office .over G. W. Lowe's. have not been out of the city. Shoe Store , This has been the worst winter I have observed sincb the "winter of Adv Business Phoe IS A 1898 9. According to the weather butetldence Phone 13 B reau there has been 48 inches of snow While cutting firewood on W. M. in Louisville so far this winter. This Foust's farm near Benton William RL is the heaviest snowfall recorded in Boatright felled a tree out of which over 30 years, but the last snow about he got a 'possum, a squirrel, DENTIST five inches, disappeared almost as sud- and several gallons of honey, to say denly as 16 came, and the sun is nothing about three or four cords of Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g shining as brightly as though spring wood. up Stairs. has really put in herappearance. But - Kentucky then the weather man says we still Clear Your Skin in Spring. Columbia, have more winter in store. Spring house cleaning means cleanthe people out in the counary as a ing inside and outside Dulltpimply rule think they have hard times and skin is an aftermatli of winter inacOffice: Russell Btdg. long for an opportunity to go to the tivity. Flush your intestines with a Res. Phone No. I. city. But they really do not know mild laxative and clean out the accuwhat hard times are. I have seen mulated wastes, easy to take, they dc on the part of the poor not gripe. Dr. King's New Life Pills M. D. during the two short months that I will clear your complexion and bright; have been here than I ever before wit- en your eye. Try Dr. King's New Columbia, Ky. nessed. I have seen old, gray headed Life Pills and throw off the men and little children pick up apple sluggish winter shell. At Paull Drug Will Answer All Calls. peelings from the street and eat them. Co., 25c. Ad Just the other morning n saw a child of perhaps four or five years, come ouu Francis E Blair, five years old, and WELL DRILLER- - to a dump barrel in front of the house his three sisterswere cutting out paand look for food. Not finding any, per dolls in their home at Columbus, she turned to he mother, who was O., when through the boy climedupon I will drill wells in Adair an standing in the door, and said; a chair to hang the scissors up he fell. adjoining counties. See me be "Mamma, I touldn'b fin, a fing but pa- The scissors struck his neck, severed Latest im- per, and I'm so hungry." The lady his jugular vein and he died within a fore contracting. burst into tears and turned away. few minutes. proved machinery of all kinds. Now that is what I call real suffering, Give and I do not believe there is a family Pump Repairing Done. i keep on hands a full stock of in Adair county that have been called coffins, caskets, and robes. 1 also keep rae l uau. upon to suffer what that poor lady Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and mentioned above has had to suffer, twov hearses. We' keep extra large I YATES and this is not the only case of the caskets Prompt service night or day. kind here.- During that cold weather Residence Phone 29, office plione 198. : b Tript.ef.li, in January, at one of the schools here 45-- 1 yr in the city, some little boys and.jjirls Columbia. Ky. nmzrcAJL, were seen fussing over the refuse of the Sheeo Winter Car found in a garbage can, and upon investigation it was learned that more than twenty children had come to The most important item in NTIST day without so much as a winter care of breeding ewes is school that OVtOK PAULL DRUG CO. mouthful of food to eat. The teacher the feeding and the problem of being resourceful, managed to supply Columbia, Ky. each of these children with a bowl of feeding in the South is that of EtE8 PHONE 2Q. OFFICE PHONB hot soup each day until some more furnishing winter pasture, but little thought will have to be givsubstantial relief could be secured. Every thing in the way of food is en to balancing the ration of the very high. Potatoes are selling at $4 sheep so as to keep them in a per bushel, and yesterday hogs Sold at healthy condition and bring them - 115.05 on the open market. Eggs have and Dentist lambing time with a-- bag been selling at 50 to 60 cents per iluzem to the Special attention given Diseases.of all ever since 1 have been here, and but- full of milk and a heart full of JQ& ter is still 5o cents per pound. Even love for the young. On the othDomestic Animals Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on to the little white navy bean is selling er hand, when grazing crops fail at 18 cents per pound. the shepherd has to exercise care Jamestown road. The people here do not seem to un- in feeding to keep the sheep in Phone 1 14 G. derstand the cause of the scarcety of good r insure strong Columbia, Ky. food, but 1 think the main thing is lambs health, to have a bountiat birth, to that too many farmers have left their .farms and emigrated to the city ex ful flow of milk and a willingness the April Woman's Home Corn- - pecting to find an easy time. But on the part of the mothers to friends they are sadly mistaken, and I take the best possible care of lihe panion. am sure that a laborer can save more money by working at 75 cents per day lambs. jyrit-'er- s Fiction by leading short-storEven when pasture is provided is the chief feature of the Aril back in old Adair, than he can here at 81,75 per day. Labor is not being paid for sheep, some hay and grain Woman's ITome Companion There are also many special articles as well now as a few years ago, from are always needed for snowy and interviews that are worth atten the fact that there are now about ten weather xand for some times Hon, notably work by Arnold Bennett, men for each job, and each willing to grazing is scarce. Then Charlie Chaplin, and the Revered Dr. wbrk for a few cents less on the day when Charles E. Jefferson a curious but in- than his neighbor in order to hold the grain can be used to advantage job, and Louisville is no exception, in even if the ewes are never stopteresting trio fact, I've been told that times are bet- ped from grazing. "Re-entAmong the stories are: Sicily Ann," by Fannie Heaslip Lea; ter in Louisville, than they are in When roughage is fed, legume "Mumps and Motors," by MaryHea-to- n many of the nearby cities I talked Vorse; "Aunt Kit's Faneral," by with a man the other night who had hays and good corn silage are Mary StewarfCutting, and "Timothy been in Detroit, and he said that the best feeds for the sheep. If Mapleton's. Careers," bytJeorgia Wood times were much better here than this kind of rough feed is used,, there, and of course you all have read Pangborn. no grain will be needed except In the section for younger readers, .of the food riots they have been hav- possibly a little a few weeks being in New York. So you see that C. H. Claudy has a timely and practical article on baseball. There is also city people live hard as well as they do fore lambing and for several work by Helen Ward Banks, and Olive in the country, nd if many families weeks after or until pasture gets Rush. This number of the magazine in the city only had tho food that the good. Alfalfa; red clover, lespe-dez- a, is well rounded and attractive, with average country family wastes daily,-thesoy ' beans, cowpeas and would think they were well off. something of interest for everybody. legume, hays are the kinds Address, Woman's Home Companion, The amount cf food that a good, other healthy farmer consumes at one meal,' to give sheep if available. If 381 Fourth Ave , New York City. would run a city family all day, and e hays have to be giv they would have a little left over. en, some grain should always be Stop Left dyer Coughs. There is another consideration usually will stop Dr. Bell's left out In the country when it fed in connection with it. In that hacking cough that lingers from rains, snowsvor is stormy, you lay- up this case the grain ration should January. 'The soothing "pine balsams and rest, but not So the city, no mat- be high in profein. A mixture loosen the phlegm, heals the Irritated ter how hard it rains, or how deep the of one paefcottonsed meal, one membrane, the glycerine relieves the snow gets, or how many degress below tender tissues, you breathe easier and zero the mercury registers, yoiT have part oats and one part corn would be a very good mixture. coughing,- ceases. Don't neglect a to work or give up your job. lingering cough, ibis dangerous., Dr. pound to a pound day I have made this letters too long, but A half BelPs Pine-TaHoney is' antiseptic per sheep would be a feed. and pleasant to take, benefits young will tell you more later. Southern Agriculturist. R. L. Campbell. and old,' get it at Paull Drug Co., today. Formula on the bottle. 25c. " One potato is now accepted in place : Sprains and Strains Relieved. . Ad of ten cents cash for admission to some Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the" WoodrdVJWjlson is .the 28th lt pain out of strains, sprains, bruises moving picture shows in Tojedo, O. the United States, recognizall muscle soreness. A "clean, At onetTieater more than ten dollars ing Cleveland's two terms as separate and liquid easily applied, clear it quickly worth of potatoes were received. Po ones because he was the only President penetrates rubbing. Sloan's tatoes were retailing there at six cents without serving twice who was not Liniment does not stain the skin or a pound, costing about the same as clog the pores like mussy plasters or grapefruit and oranges. Sign, of Good Digestion. ointments. For chronic rheumatic How to Prevent Croup. Whenjrou see a cheerful aud happy aches and pains, neuralgia, gout and old lady you may know that she has lumbago have this; n When the child is subject to attacks remedy good digestion. If your digestion is handy. Foj the pains of. grippe and of croup, see to io that he eats a light impaired! or if you do not rclsli jour following strenuous work, it gives evening meal, as an overloaded stommeals take a dose of Chamberlain's quick relief. At Paull Drug Co., 25c. ach may bring on an attack1, also Tablets. .They strengthen the stomwatch for the first symptom hoarse-nessan- d How times .have changed, we used' ach, improve the digestion and cause give Chamberlain's Cough a gentle' movement of the bowels. to remember when the grocer used to Remedy as the child becomes put apotatoon the spout of the oil hoarse. Obtainable at Paull Drug Obtainable at Paull Drug t'u. -0 1i Adv Co.- - .. can. Aft! -- now stick to the subject. Adv v Spei-.talr- Classes of Dental work done. Crow -f dfie and Inlay work a When you .feel dull arid stupid Jafter NT. M. G. R. Reed eating. When constipated or bilious. ' When you have a sick headache. Whpn you beloh after eating. When'you have indigestion. When nervous or despondent. When you have no relish for your RELAXi ESTATE meals. 5 your liver is torpid. DEALERS When Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Offer the following Property for Tutt Mil o r litter , TUTT & REED ' - Sale: ingredients. Ifr many other recipes the number of eggs maybe reduced one-ha- lf or more by using an additional quantity of ROYAL Baking Povder, about a teaspoon, in place of each egg omitted. EGGLESS, MIT.KT.rSS, BUTTERLESS CAKE 1 1 The following recipe shows how an appetizing-wholesome cake can be made without expensive , ORr J. MURREtt to-da- y James Taylor, more-sufferin- g to-nig- FARM LAND 140 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 tern This farm lies 4 miles S. E'. of Columbia, Ky. FARM Of 100 acres of the best land in Adair county. Good dwelling, 2 good barns and outbuildings, i mile from Cane Valley. Price $6,500. FARM Of 3C4 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Green river, 1 mile from pike now 52 acres river under construction. bottom. Good dwelling, barn and outbuildings, 2 good orchards. Price 85,000. - cup brown sugar seeded raisins 2 ounces citron a cup shortening i cups water cup 1 1 . Js teaspoon 2 cup3 flour 5 teaspoons -- lf The old method (fruit cake) called for 2 eggs teaspoon nutmeg , teaspoon cinnamon salt Royal Bakine Powder DIRECTIONS Put the first efeht ingredients into saucepan and boil three minutes. When cool, add the flour and baking powder which have been sifted together; mix well. Bake in moderate oven in loaf pan (round tin with hole ia center is best) for 35 or 40 minutes. Ice with white icing. Booklet of recipes which economize in eggs and other " expensive ingredients, mailed free. Address Royal Baking Powder Co., 133 William Street, New Yoi SR Phosphate C - office Or. James Triplet! L. H. Jones ' . f y er TOWN PROPERTY Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes, Nine room two ,story dwelling and acids none but healthful qualities to the food. lot, situated on one of the best re's deuce streets in Columbia, near the No Alum square, barn and out buildings. A No very desirable home. A bargain. t Price on application. 115 Acres of "good land in a good neighborhood, good buildings on public road, about 8 miles south of Columbia Price $1,600. (Bargain) S A trinity of evils, closely allied, that afflict House and Lot: House with six a most people, and which follow one on the ir rooms, good out buildings, good water otner in the order named, until the last one and other conveniences, just-ois spread through the system, leading to of many evik Bufctneir course can be checked. town limits. Price S850. House with 9 rooms just outof town CONQUERS two shops, all buildings good, compar-tivel- y It is of great value when used promptly for a cold, usu- new. Price SI, 900. ally checkine it and overcominp: it in a few Hnva 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap Ample evidence has nroved that ifc ft evn rf mnra roT -corning chronic catarrh, dispelling the inflammatory conditions, enabling residence) lying 3$ miles N. W. of Cothe diseased membranes to perform their natural functions, and toninz lumbia. Price SfiOO.OO. up the entira system. 8800 for house and lot near the pubThe experience of thousands fe a safe guide to what It may be exlic square, good garden, good well, pected to do for you. .Liquid or tablets both tested by the public and approved: barn &c. Desirable place and is worth the money asked. THE PERUNA COMPANY, . --' . COLUMBU3. OHIO $1,500 for 58 acres of land lying 2 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, 25acres in Here is a Good Place to. Stop for Little Money cultivation, ballance in timber, i cash the balance on time tqsuit purchaser. 7 acres of good limestone land. Three room residence, two barn?, two talx Street Beetwcen 6 &7tli good springs, one well, one of the best locations in Gradyville. Away from the Creek. Price right The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan 0 Farm of 12L acres, 5 miles south of AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. 45 acres bottom, good Columbia. "3 Rooms Single, ?2 QO per day; 2 people, 12 00 each (With Meals) " " 50 buildings, splendid oachard, well 2 50 " " 2people. 2 25 " CO Front Rooms Single 3 CO " " 2eople. 2 BO " watered. All in high state of cultiRoomalWith Private Bath: vation. Price $4,000. Single 3 00 per day; 2 people. 2 75 " SORooms 75 acres of land fn sightof Columbia, CO Rooms Single 3 SO per day; 2 people, 3 00 " Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres EUROPEAN PLAN. Room3 Without Batw but with Hot and Cold Running-Wate73 Rooms Single, SI 00 per day; 2 people SO 75 each (Without Meals) timber, fenced. $50 per acre. 50 Rooms ,....; Sirle. 1 23 per day; 2 people 100 each FAkm in Taylor county ConsistSingle, 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each 50 Front Rooms ing of 200 acrea, 100 acres' in woodland, . Rooms with Private Bath: m 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, E0 Rooms Single. 1 60 per day : 2 people 12 each Single. 2 00 per day; 2 people 150 each 50 Rooms dwelling and-bar- n Situated 4 miles south of Campbellsville, on Robinson THE OLD INN,, Louisville, Ky Gor. 6th and Main Sts. creek. Price 83,000. . EUROPEAN MiA-ls-r ONLY 124 acre farm, S. W. of Dunn Rooms With Private Bath, SI. 50 up. Rooms Without Bath, SLOOancFup. ville, in Adair, Casey, and Russell counties, reasonable good buildings, The Louisvfllo Hotel and the Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only a threoblock'a walk to the retail district and theaters. good orchard, good spring, well water, 70 acres cultivation,'6 acres in meadow, LouisviIlelHoteland Old Inn Company, Props. 20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, limestone land, $600 to 8800 worth of ssgsss ut C& i !tallfHS FSRUNA r- - LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisville, Kentucky. ."". r. ' timber. Price $2,800.- 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X non-legum- Roads, Russell County, on Dixie Highway. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. saw timber. Price $1,200. 33 acres li miles from Columbia. 7 acres first-clasbottom, balance fresh land. Four room box house, well w tered. Price $830. s $ mn Saved GlrPs life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have ret," writes ceived from the use of Thedford's Voods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. Mrs. Sylvania "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, Ihey went, in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draugh- Pine-Tar-Hon- - - r- a' Pres-idenfro- d. well-know- Three houses, 7, 0, and 5 rooms, 4 acre lots, good wells, in the town of Columbia, west of Graded School. Price $1,200 each. House and lot on Fair Ground Street with.six rooms, good well and outbuildings, all new, house wired for lights, Price $1,150. 65f acres timber land near Taylor county line, 3 miles west of Knifley, 2 miles from pike from Knifley to Campbellsville. Price $650. If you want to buy or sell it will pay you to do business with us, we are selling 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 niner land in re town of Columbia, good out'buildings and a small tenant-housegood orchard and well watered. 83,000. Sold in the month of February $7,550 worth of real estate. ; 3 BLACK ! AUGHT , in myhome." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and- - all similar ailments, JTriedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black-Draug- ht It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. -- -- as-soo- n COLUMBIA, KY. 5.-- J k- - X- - "rT ' . iUiuuuttuuiuuittaiiiMuu. The Adair County News $1.00 334 J. U-u- J 4t -- r -- fc' y r s- From Ohio Hamilton, Feb;-251917. - r Vr3t2S j - .,- -l - . ju . . r -. ... i .. IMS Aftis aottftif I Mew3: V" attfesw TEtki- i "Rev Editor News: I noticed a letter in your paper that t wrote about the first of November. Since that time I have been too busy to write, but my sympathies are with the Adair county people, who for something, nerve, money or backbone, will not get out of the rnt and live in the mud without adequate means of transportation. .Here in our little city of 50,000 inhabitants we have an up city railway, Interurban system connects us with Cincinnati, Dayton and all- - points north. 3 different railroads pass through here. The C H. & D., C 1. & W,, and Pennsylvania. Have about 30 passegeners trains daily. Have interurban service every 30 minutes, with Cincinnati and Dayton, Middle ton, Franklin and Miamiburg. and only one square from my house is the railroad tracks. Also the Standard Oil Co.'s, plant, when lam employed as tank wagon salesman. "We have on hand now about 125,000 gallons of 0 gasoline, 50,000 gallons of coal oil, gallons of lubricating oil. I am out in the county 5 days a week. Have about the size of Adair county for my territory. Work one day a week in town. In' the forenoon I supply to grocery and manufacturing plants with gasoline andcoal oil, and in the afternoon 1 take benzine to the factories Some use as high as 100 gal Ions every week. On that day I have no time to talk to any one. ,jMy family arrived here on November 26. I met them in Cincinnati, that afternoon. All seem to be well pleased except Edna. She would like to go back to Cane "Valley. Mary .en tered the High school here For fhe first week or two she was" desponpent and wanted to stop. We persuaded her to go on, and she is at the head ofj all her classes. She says it is no trou ble to keep up. About 1,200 in High School. In the grades where the others go are about 800 I forget to mention for the benefit of the High school, students at Columbia, thatMary says there are quite a numb( r of negros in High school. My wife has been real sick for 10 days, but was able to go to Sunday school today. Some time I wish I could see some Adair .county, and if any one there wants in formation as to the town write me. Farm hands here are at a premium. Some are paying 840.00 per month and board. A married man can get 840.00, house and garden, cow furnished and 2 hogs. Corn is selling for, 81.10 per bushel, to-da- te 50,-00- Sneedjs place, "near Weed. Npah Jese bought the Clayton Bell farm and has moved lo'it Dave Walker visited at his uncles, J. S. Kinnaird's last Saturday night. Mr. Filmore Klnnaird, of Red Lick, who has been very sick, is improving Mr. Jesse Breeding died on the 27th of February. He had been sick for some time He was a Rood man and will be greatly missed Roy Walker sold to R. L Caldwell, of Milltown, a span of mules for 8375 Leonard Walker has lately had a telephone pub in his house. There is several young lambs '" . community. James Hunter visited relatives' at Grady ville last week Rollin Coomer and Miss Doriuda Scott were married the 22nd of Feb. Hobson and Herbert Walker, who are in school at CanipbellsvUle, report that they are getting along nicein-th- is J; E. Scott has tiioved A Ul U EiU i- ' W9Mi09bWfa GRANDMA JOINS . one-fro- m -- wheat $1.98, potatoes$4.00 Farmers are holding for 85 or 86. Onions 15c pound, navy beans 16c to 18c a pound. Corn meal 4c a pound, flour S13 a barrel, meat at from 22c to 30c a pound. Hogs are $12 80. Hoping some one will think enough of me to send me the paper if this letter Is In it, I will close by saying get busy, get a railroad, interurban or pike your county, Then see the difference, With best regards for all "in Adair county. 1 am sincerely yours, C. Short Moore. -- From Jamestown, Ky.' 1 am always glad to see letters from 1 my old Adair county boys. I have always believed that Kentucky was the grandest state in the Union and that Adair "county was the best county in the State of Kentucky. I am still of that opinion. I love Adair county and its people. Columbia is the best little town in Kentucky. My first acquaintance in Columbia it only had about sis hundred inhabitants and those were made up of the best people of the county. They Tvere sociable energetic, painstaking people. They prided in their town anddidn't shirk to do anything that .would help to build it up. They were a united people, pulled together and things moved their way. Columbia is noted for its excellent schools. Edu- cauonai advantages, not to be ex celled in any small town in the State Court is over here now and four " young men for the pen Erza Bernard OthaGrider, Buck Gask inland Everet Hudson. Court disposed of about eight or nine felony cases this time. Several more yet on the docket. Esco Foley, a young boy 14 years old, was arrested for house breaking at the close of the court and wavered examination and is in jail waiting .kind-hearted, - next grand jury. We have lots of candidates here for the various offices in the county, but nottenough offices for candidates and some will have to go without office that's bad but true. Somebody will be'wftliout an office af terthe primary. Nell. this jf riting. ; 1: , " Leonard WalkeriandFilmofftleece delivered fat hogs'at1 Columbia; last1 " Tom Jesse's little boy died;,svith measles, here,, but there is nd new xases at present. Mrs. Charlie Jones Is very poprly at -- -- X naay, at viz it per nunarea. ' pursuance of his work. A perusal of the columns of The News, shows almost enough' announced candidates for a company of soldier. Each one, we suppose, want to She Used to Be Gross Before xopresent the dear people. there are only three public antanlac Cheered Her Up. . nounced candidates in our coanty. No uneasiness as to any office being un- fllied m the final day of accounting. Win. Hays bought W. T. Speer's BAN WALK UP' STAIRS NOW "Mr Clinton,MossndChesley Benfarm for $3,000. nett left with their families for the Turner Cloyd, who has been in his state of Illinois, last waek. father's store, Campbellsville, almost, Mr, AV. S. Pickett made a business "My daughters and grandchildren from his infancy, has moved to th.e think I'm a different woman. I am. trip to Sparksville last week and I even get down on the floor and romp while there visited his daughter, Mrs. farm Itere, and is going totry his hand at farming. Jwith the liitle ones. A short time Flora Rosson. j. wasu i cuiujauy Bgo i vas so cross Several in this community are feedfor anyone." From Misseuri. ing hogs for market. This is the tribute that Mrs. H. E. Hill, 3551 West 63rd St., Cleveland Mr. Garlan Pickett swapped a young Bogard,vFeb. 23, 1917. paid to Tanlac. mare to" Mr. IJenry Bradshaw for a Editor News: "There was a time when I couldn't combined horse. We look forward with great joy to ly. walk up to the corner sto're without Mr. Bradford Parnell sold to Amousrtnearrivalof the Adair County News B C. Pulliam sold one cow to G. H. fear I wouldn't be able to get back although it brings much sadness The Coomer a milch cow for $U. Compton for S45. " last issue told of the passing away of ray dear stepmother and Mrs. Ellen Breeding. Ozaak. Holladay. and the week before told of the sad death of our old neighbor and Plenty of iaih and mud is the order friend, J. II Smith. The bereaved Mrs. Sytha Conoye'r is very feeble ones certainly have our heartfelt sym of the day at. present.' . sgr Thousandrof at this writing. Jy physicians and millions L People are verj busy "now. burning pithy We have had an unusual win-MrsMollieTriplett has moved to Ml ri Jiniicoroiroc xn 5WP3f X plant beds, getting ready for a good ter in Carroll County, so far this time her daughter's, Mrs. S F. McKinley, We havn't had as much as two inches crop of tobaeco. B to that. You've never tasted near Ozark. of snow this winter and no rain to such wholesome, tempting, fa Mrs R. P Breodii.g tobt a fine calf Roy Kimbler and family have respeak of at, a Although we have fj appetizing bakings a few das ago moved to the farm of E. A. McKinhad some very cold weather, yet we W never enjoyed" such uniformly a Dock Bull called around to see the have ley. not had any" mud to contend perfect results. Calumet Bak-- S merchants last week. it m with so far. The roads are dry and f ing Powder never failr-anB. O. Hurt has returned home from costs less to use than other kinds. IS Plenty of measles around here now custy like summer time. Some are Louisville. Af 3w Receired Highest Award B'lel Shives, of Rugbj:, .purchased sowing oats. The top of the ground is Mr. Green McKinley is visiting in h'tvr Cttl Btel FnrSu Slif JW fc, A. C. Froe'dge, a fine stick of vvorking nice, but underneath from si this community, lie will be 91 years v la Ttavd Can. r eral inches of frost yet. Alva hay Jast week old if he lives to see the last day of wife and little daughter, Lu Mr. and Mrs G. B Breeding are on this month lie is of a jovial dispo MRS . H. E. HILL. cile. otElida, N. Mex, are with us sition and is very interesting to listen the sick list this weekt We were Cerramly for a short-vistoo, as he relates many happenings" alone," she said. "But that time has Jo Stjnson is very ill at present glad to see thein, and hear them ak passed thanks to Tanlac. I was runof his early days Mrs. Otha Fudge, who has oeen Willis, who "dismissed down for years and couldn't do my confined to her bed for several months, of the beautiful couutry ofNew MexMissEstelle ico and the good people in and arot.pd our school at Rainfall, will open housework. I had to leave most of is no better. the work to my two daughters. Last Elida, many who are 'foro gool o'u school again the first of .March. winter was the worst and I was told Mis II.' B. Simpson was called to Auair. Hob and iieunse tfrissom s nt Miss Hattie Conover and little that unless I got better I would not see her parents at Burkesville on ac us a bag of Mexican beans Many niecevisited her brother, M. L have long to live. count of sickness. thanks boys We certainly are enLived In Damp Quarters. last week. Bro. L J Ghandier has been very joying them these cold' dais A'a have made "Our house, Polk and Thomas Dohouey, of Cosick, but glad to say he is improvjng tells us that G. W. Robertson coir.eh my condition worse. For it was on lumbia, passed through here last low ground and was a trifle damp. at this time. to Kansas City every few weeks wirl 1.5? iftM week en route to V. M. Epperson.. stock. Now, Mr. Robertson, thenar That made me worse. Before taking Mr. and Mrs Ruf us Reece and son, Liss Young, who had pneumonia Tanlac walk up and down Leon, of Cofer, were visiting at Lems time yqu come to Kansas City, cme . the stairs. . I had to sleep downstairs. Eeecc's last Saturday arid Sunday. on down to Carrotiton and call me up fever, is better now. . any help now. and I will come and oring you out to W. T. Reynolds, our merchant, is I can get up without A. C. Froedge spent Sunday with "My back used to hurt me so bad see your old friends in and around Ho . having a fine trade. x that I couldn't stoojj over. Now I G. W. Curry. gard What has become of the railcan get down and mop the floors. Mrs. M. T, Fields is visiting her road? 9 ? swans o. m I thought last summer it was CvCvj w Basil. Was All Run Down. son, near Picnic. going,to fie a certainty, but if ou iet "My stomach gave me no end of Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Skaggs were rh's chance slip I am afraid if you evtrouble. No matter what I ate, gas Tobacco bed burning is the order of formed and I had a heavy, bloated visiting the latter's father, who lives er live close-ta railroad, yoQ will feeling, I was nervous, and even the near Milltown. Sunday. . the day in this community. have to move to it. Weil, it seems noise made by my two little grandW. T. Froedge, of Glasgow, was vis- from the number of candidates you" Aunt DeHiah Coomer, the oldest Cheap andbLj canEakingPowdersdonof Tiave for the nomination of county of very children in their play annoyed me. person in our community, is in iting his daughter hare last week. g "I surely am thankful for what it'sPnre fices that the primary promises to bej saveyo,u moncv. feeble health. Mr. Charles Garrett, who lives near Tanlac has dene for me. And I feel end far saper. )i3 milk and soda. interesting. Wish rconrd he thereto W. C. Coomer, who has beena con- so happy over it that I have already Beck's Store, called on Bro. L J vote for some of them Well, as I fined to his bed for a number of weeks told several friends about the results Chandler last Saturday. any news of interest to write. is no better. it brings." Mr. and Mrs Elbert Pulliam were havn't children, swest buds that have never will close. Yours Respt., " today if you are not visiting the Get Tanlac Ora Yarberry is improving slowly. latter's father Saturday blown or which death has plucked feeling right. Delay in health .matLuther M. Wilraore. and Sunday. from a mother's bosom, just when Mr. George Whitlock, our hustling ters is dangerous. they were expanding flower like from grocery drummer, gave our merchants J. L Garraon has purchased the Bryan. the sheath and opening their engaging a call last week and received fair orTanlac, the master medicine and re- G. F.Smith place and will move at ders. He stayed over night at A. J. constructive tonic, is sold exclusively aa early date. The boats are making good this win- beauties in the buddfng time and Gowens. From here he went - to in Columbia, Ky . by G. W. Dillon was in Columbia last ter. The poultry men are also doing spring of life. Heaven will not be a strange place for Raymond, but like a J. N. PAGE Keltner week. a lucrative business. Hev. S. C. Chapman filled the pul. exclusive agents in nearby Other An infant daughter of Jona Stevens home from which he llas'been detainbe the pearly gates, jased. towns are as follows; pit at this place last Sunday. died some days since. Hatcher. per walls and streets paved with gold Barnes & Miller are haviug a fairly Born, to the wife of Elbert Monday, Crocus, Ky., J. P. Miller & Sons. that shall make it heaven for hTm. It good trade. Jan. 22, a son. To the wife of Char- Gresham, Ky., T. O. Moore & Co. The farmers of Taylor county feel Cooper, Ky., Coffey Bros-Exiley Dickson, Feb. 2, a daughter. Rakestraw & Hopper are not sawin will bo Papa, and the "King in his somewhat discouraged as to crop out- very beauty shining" as the brightness of Ky. L. G. Wilcox. much on account of bad weather. Mr. Peter ComptOn, one of the oldlook for this year. Very little fall the firmament and as thaatar;. forever Blanken-ship- 's est men in our community, is in a se Waterview, Ky , Thos. M. Allen. plowing has been done, and conse- The mill is located on Asa and ever ne will fade njo more nor Coburg, Ky., C. n. Jarvis. farm. rious condition with kidney disease. pain a wealth of love is ' his. Olga, Ky., II. E. Loy. Adv. quently the lateness of this season's Misses Lizzie nd May Loy and Miss realize Mrs Lena Monday and son, Willie, suitable weather leaves all of them Nancy Hadley We feel sad because he has gone from are taking music handicapped and daughter, Zula, of Barren, Co., Indications point to us, bub while we weep and wonder Miss Pearl Antle. J. C Clayw'ell was in Columbia one about one-hawere visiting relatlves"at this place of a .wheat crop and happy wrapped in Mr. Alva McFariaudand Miss Verta little Raymond is day last week. recently. practically all of the winter cats "are garments of light and .warbling songs Coffey went to Jamestown and were Miss Caroline Stotts and har sjster, kilTed, A few have prepared their to of celestial joy. And oh, weeping Our folks continue, to go to Illinois. quietly marrl3d. trembling mother how we do want to Quite a number left last week and Patra, visited the Campbell girls Sun- bacco beds, but not over 10 per cent. day night. Too much attention is given to the comfort you In this your hour ot sorothers will follow soon. 0 Rugby. row, but the Lord alone can do t hat. Mrs. Marion Nance has been on the raising of the weed. Farm products of all kinds pay better and are needed Raymond cannot return to you but sick list for the past week. Sparksville. Asa Warner has a bad cut hand M you can go to him. Share his pleasures worse. Stock, as a general thing has Allen Wooten bought- - a fine hog present compete with him in the path of endfrom G. D. Murphey for about 2 cts. wiuteied well, and there seems to be J. M.Shives & Co.t sold a large less, develdpment The good Slip-her- d to carry them-unt- il " an sufficient.feed Few tobacco beds have been burned per lb. bunch of hogsat a good price. carries this little lamb. in his bos- but most of the farmers have not BobPelston left last Wednesday for other crop is produced. Mulesfhorses" Alvin Rosson will begin selling fruit om and is looking pityingly upon you and cows are very scarce, and sell burned yet. Texas, where he will make his home. readily trees Eoon. nis territory is Green saying "Can younot trust your child at satisfactory prices. Mr. Losson Janes, of Toria, died the county. Kx. u. Murpny nas purcnasea a new with me?" And rcrnembervthe cup 7th of March. He was a good citizen. oil engine for $135, and also has bought! Mr. R. I.BIakey had a public sale MissEuIa Stapp, of Amandaville, is bitterest, our sorrow is greatest that He was about 75 years of age and was a set of grist racks for $100 Will dp pf stock tins . weekr and the net the L. W T. --S., Feb. '20. in a little while the day&jof our a soldier of the Civil war. He leaves business at Bob Strange's Store at amount of the sales was 51,700. She is one of Cumberland county's mourning will be ended and the a wife and 9 childrenjind a host of Sparksville. J. F. Campbell sold a work mule to "best teachers. morning ot everlasting jojrwill apgrandchildren and many fjiends to Wm. Hancock for $100 He also sold Ira Flatt has returned from Louis- pear. Everlastings-jo- y succeeds the mourn their loss. He will ba greatly a pair of 2 year old mare mules to ville, after undergoing an .Qperatlonr sorrow of a day. Pyrus. nenry Sublett forSo. missed. He is improving fast now. i your Rut?by scribe, Alvin Rosson, Mr. Richard Gaines, who was 71 J. E. Rosson is profiting this reason TJlie life of little Raymond went clown,' Mrs. Pate Keltner has been sick for As sinks behind the ' hill; i " years old, died sat his home, on Mead- sheep raising. All young lambs growhas returned home from the Northern several days. The glory of a setting star, ow Creek, Sunday.- - He was one of ing nice. part of State, where he has been emMr. Sam Keltner bought a tract of Mr.' Muncie boomer will soon start , Clear, suddenly and still. fisT ploying agents Tor a book firm, and he our most substantial citizens He is land frj3ra L. T. Keltner, price unto Georgia. He is a teacher of Higlr So pure and sweet his fair broyv was is now an agent for the Nashville survived by hjs wife aud children. hSchool and domestic training. Nursery Co., and will start traveling known. &-- Eternal as the sky. Mrs. Mary Speer, aged 81, died last Mr. Jphn A. Diddle was transacting Your scribe is farming this spring. 'And like the brpoks Iqw sdngr-h- is in Green Co., in a few days. Sunday, of pneumonia. She is survoice, Uncle J. B. Garmon's dog went mad business in this neighborhood- a few- vived' by .one daughter and 2 sons. She a few days ago, but was Tcilled before days of this week. A sound whichjwnnot die was a consistent member of the Cum 0bituary. Mr. Ben Coffey is erecting a large berland Presbyterian church. heiid any damage. And half we deemed he neededfnot ,; tobacco barn on All Graoyvllle-i- s in a gloom oyer tlie L. Akin, who went to Oklahoma for Mr. Charles Mardis, a prcminent The changing of his sphere Born to the wife of Gegjfdpi Kemp, business man, of Lebanon, died last death of little Raymond- - 6ist, which To give to heaven a shining one! an operation, has had it and is getting along fine, and will be at home in a on tha. seventeenth, a "'girl'-mot- her Sunday, after having undergone an occurred in Pecaq Gap, Texast Feb , Who walked an angel here. and baby doing weif. few weeks. We sure will be glad" to operation for gall stones He former- - j 3rd. We learned of his illness, ashort The blessing of his quiet lifo he died, yet his death Tiey. Ferrell is -- holding a reYivah; ly lived here and wa3 highly esteemed see him coming back. j? Fell on us Ike h3 dew, cameras a great shack. Raymondr meetiug at Pleasant Ridge Church, in by our besfc citizens " And good thoughts where hialfoot- had he lived, would have been seven i the Keltner community. steps pressed,. Mr. G L Jones, our leading stock earsof age, Feb. .9th, aqd was an .DIrigo. Aunt Lizzie Kemp has been con- man of this county, is placing mater- unusuauy Like fair blossoms grew. origin enna. we au ioveu fined to her room and bed "for nearly ial on his yard for a modern residence. the little fellow devotedly and each. Alone into our. Father's will J.'Cj.Olaywebouglitr.fVyouiig- - Horse two years, and Is not improving any. ., Jto occupy the site where he reeently-day we miss him more and morervburjU One thought hatrtreconciled, W from;GeorgiaCoie forjSlOO. lost his residence by burning. '" '. Mr.Phlpps Keltner sold rGodseen dauseto take, him, 'wh we That he" whose lqveixceedeth ou,rs onlotriewif eof Q? & jFud' he,Pickettaspanbf ..work mules pr C.J3.,;Whitney is at'"BarbourvIlle do not understand, Yet- - we Jsnow Hath taken homehis child. v Fb.20aglrl. - . - J;Ws,weekj looking- - flftirVthesumljf r Heaven-Igreatly; made up ofilittle. -- . -- Aunt Margarita Saturday and sold all his household and Kitchen furniture, "two milch cows, mules, corn and his farm implements, intending to go to HJiuoisnd after considering what jt great (Jouu try Kentucky was, he decided to remain with us, and is. bmiug all the same property bacWhat he tan get. Mr. Bradford Parnell sold to a Mr. Blankenship, a milch cow .for ?65. Up-to-'da- te GHILQBEN'S PLAY f Keftner sold Mr. Crit pnmnaHo ttrtiinVi tin s iiiiii.il 1JO Pickett a Sow and pigs for a fancy wiuu; that he and his family will reported price. shortly move to Mt. Vernon,jn order Mr. S. M. Baker made a sale last to boraore centrally located in the Mr. L. T. &&&& .,... icicacuta. Ill JS .t-- T . EW33&3B)RMtan i iiiii ,. . iitiM.af!SrrnT''rTfr T I 1 I , -- ' I f yo-u've- g -- d . Bur-bridg- e, it -- Con-ove- r, too",-mig- ' YSaSgtss - -- o Calr-retdoe- vr It-wo- nt e, -- con-ducteef- by lf I his-farm- time-befor- e -- -- -- 'i;":: s ' ' &. -- -' 1 ' . T- , K .i - -- ," Jh' IBif kiouwttr KMM iWrrilSff! car .H HHXm jwRH MiuHBi : Its! S? . res EMSEs W-i- WF &?? &"- " ; &dfe iF -- K33 ESS IM& 111 1&-- Blw jjilfllp ia- y- mi -- -c. r s pRtasT Li-rfV- rf .3p -' 5 kv--jz dp -- - j --- jiriBVK2kr-rit1 ji fc fZfflBV &? 4 - iir t1 - r " . $U '?? rMB-f-- .- .jr m- -- jCi JC -- ?- s fcraffi?fctf3asS-- a .T ESe , frVr ..fA'.jT -- K P Wl TS sss'V ? n 3 irr "s 8 y,R. H ;trp f sxttmtmmv. tm s "Mut i&smTSBf.mijiM ,j?ia 'r l -' V.r.- 2'at&g i f s?2r flrkH.-r-- ili-- .i it--"' S ., i cr 5 M ? MU srk Si ?vy. c f a1 5?-- 2 a3lfc , W -- 5 es fI n P Ji'4?V Jv ! , SB' If t. - 1 ri ii isurnw 5k" rff a fh fl ta " r n e ii - &. rf.yfc ? y afta1 ft ! I o?i 9Cir3 & -- ' sff I II 3i 7&m&&? S-- rt jx&Z b -- fes rn VhD safc 5m)Lai( OJNSI L'ilg ar . nvAVU a.1! - - irv - i. eiiii ria uKat Zi J ,r?-j-: r- -. wrf fiZW fiW. L' :r aT' .7S, S- -. 5l - .'; "$tesil--" -- ?feSSja. . Sfr.:. J' a? -- " t af'7 ll'TTiMifl If Fipri 111 ii 'M? f Ji yiyn-T- t ' I 'Ifii ''' W l?lv,r DAT 2 '. i: FW .js:--"j Wumm H .- -i 53BP"Wig. Ml F'-'S- f.r filf a ra OfilO"' pOOICS -- kv h 1 sai - ? VI m iT:DruAmiSF. v Wf-- I CATALOG NEITHER CITY Neiidfborsy ileia and Women of Kentucky- K WE HAVE l:.: V.J Si WAYS NOR CITY V,. S i.ll )Mm1 fflff'w i"i"iHirp r,M WfSs. 4" tf' J&&& Ii ffl 8C Jf v i&tmiyt' Wilt if t2 JA-- 'T- JSSf.av V'" '"' '&m!i&fiiir i If - ?wx III - -- : 'f;f - ",bc " ,v IffaR-" - - Minim ML-3"y-- 3 -- If t'v. '; a Hnejs : -- -- v K''v' x".'- :i nlci cirKnm;r nnrpo rr mr chandiFe. We tc have our two free books. We want you to. know us. men in the North said we would not succeed. Even. here, close at. heme, the knockers got "after us. Our price smashing . 'frightened dealers ajid competitors "and they got out their hammers. We don't care. Wc don't mind that. We want you to come here, see our fgc:'r; re tiie finest vehicles in the world being made, visit with us. Gzi acquainted. Lets.get all the truth. We are slashing prices becaurs wo cut out traveling men, dealers, hotel bills, jobbers, middlemen. of all kinds. We live 5a a little down here and have neither city ways or city - prices. 'We aren'ttown up. No caharcts or expensive city habits for stuck us or our people. We live honest lives hci e ufnong honest people where there are no 'aloons, no idle floating population, no high taes. Our "workmei: clean people," the fr;oocrold-fashionehardworking 'kind,their'-- blood of old Kentucky. People from all over the"world,from California, iviame and Florida buy of us because we give them more beautiful styles at lower prices. Get our free books and see. Come to visit us. lS - O voii ;ulizc jniies o you, Airrft-- (v I ilii-- t ! v i t.-- i; v u ha"c fifrht licre at home, withia a few LM'rct?. Vetiijle Pactorv in. the world selling - r" r nfiSHSHd IV-'-- . sre-'-tuttr- y, d, bam paial V " - . igi mm iS? sees tsuriiKii Ssrui . a- - . - rara ajy , p7 Trial -- 5Z2r fei VLiJk. t wfii ?aaycu. yi, m.. wnab. IT . fess?.i t:T Blttta,. v the Buggy tt, yoiir neighbors, to compare it with what your dealer 'can offer. You take no. chances. We do that. We can do it because we jknow we nave the other fellow beat a mile on quality and price. . 4Every Blue Gniss. Buggy, everything we sell is shipped on 60 days' Free'Road Test.-- ' Can you beat that? See what it means. You save $25 to $50 in first cost. Then- you hitch to the buggy and .try it. If it isn't the be k buggy you ever saw fo? the money, we take it back and it costs you ooihing. That gives you plenty of time to decide, to show - i iTi!!tH1'T " "- 0- ' S I- P- -- J ! B TvrfTff-- t 8 ll mliTi .'EgSakMi-ifcH-"tt 1 Tt i. Tii t I, i "'- iii ii niO.Uiv. 1 - -- . iHITEP GUARANTEE BA6ICEP BY & Don't buy a yard of fence until you see our free general catalog and get our low prices- $30,000 BANK BOND See what that megns-- . The buggy has got to be right. You are absolutely protected against any defects in quality of .workmanship or material not just for a few months or a year butas long as the buggy lasts. And we have backed up our guarantee. We have deposited with the Mercer National Bank"of Harrodsburg our legal, binding bond for. $30,000 to make our guarantee absolutely good. vYou take no chances. We don't want you to take chances. .We are here to save you money lots of it. ' i Write For the Books 8 Come to Serlis i - ( xS HfrJBS" v- -- leSk '-V '": - 'W .. HT: f-- . CK Lv, 'ir 4-- ws-Saa;- 'bsjj'-.itT.' .t "- - -. " There are plenty of knockers against Bohon's plan. We haveenemies, why no? We take the profits others have been making off you and. give them back to you . injpwer prices. Don't take hearsay. Don't wait till you forget.. Do it now. It will only take a minute. A.postcardwill do." ' Write to Bohon for his two big free . new-books. ; X Sr THE D. T. BOHON COMPANY Harrodsburf, Ky. 150 Cass Street .-- - -- -- .5 - - . -- " Hf &. , ' ililiMiiiiiiiltfiiiMfcfcimnwii J in w mi, uu.ir;mir hum mm BiBM. in n ml iiii n i Pi .Vnm hum '' m mn 2 ADAIR COUN$f imi idnjii ilu NlSWS Sp?1-- ; SHERIFF'S SALE Of LAND FOR TAXES, Mrs. Sallle Penick 4 staying with her daughter, Mrs. T. A. Furkln, who is very sick at Oahe Valley. Mrs. Bettie Bennett who was sick for several days, is better. r.eal IS COM - CEL lAR? , '. T. F. Corbin has received 12 more On Monday, April, 2, 1917, at the telephone to put up for different parCourt-hous- e door, in Columbia, Ky., ties, When once you have tried the same being the flrsfc day of a regHi- v Welby Page came home from school ular Term of the Adair County Court, ; refinishing your floors, wood- at 1 o'clock p. m , or thereabout, 1 at Columbia tostay until Monday. ' work or furniture with Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bennett visited will offer for sale, to the highest bid1 der, for cash in hand the following de- Clay Bennett and family one night I lilt llllniiithf '- v scribed tracts of land or sufficient last week. thererof to satisfy the tax and cost Roads are bad in this section of the due for the year 1916 by the following country. Lustro-Finis- h . named persons of e The death angel visited ( -Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith and Whites in District No. 1. -you too will say "how only little son, Curtis claimed their D H Fitchpatrlck (N R) 40 ' TTT easy!'-111 fe3 Irvin, age 3 months and 8 days, a acres tax and cost for' year The origin of this Wonderful Remedv is fullv exDlained' iniEaabook. entitled bright, sweet little baby. Mourn not 1916 3 3 57 offGOMiCEL-SAR- . the "COWBOY HERBALIST'. maiM frPf m ll I 11 jf dear ones for little Cifrtis, 'but be The ease HartgroYe Mitchum 50 acRoots & Herbs and Science Soap, on request. "? ready ro meet him ou that Celestial wL res joins R A Adam tax l( which you can apply 4Jfp is an ideal Summer Tonic. shore, where there will he no more part- ' is not anjfextract, not a 5 97 It and cost for year 1916 I . fc J it, and get good re- tincture; it k the Roots & Herbs themselves, properly prepared'lie grinding, ing, Safe in the arms of Jesus, Safe acres Eexroat & Green 'where pain never goes, little beckonW&2 suits, will really surprise lo be mixed with cold water, as nature intended natural remedies jtofenter the humvA 4 18 tax and cost for year 1916 ing hads be waiting papa and Mama -" man stomach in order to getthe quickest and. most natural resultE'MThe compo- - . Colored in District No. 1. nent parts of to come home. as published on every package, .'dojuot only more Ed McWhorter 18 acres joins than comply with the Pure Food Law, but are for self protectioriajb'eing copyH H Shively tax and cost righted. The respective ingredients, in the order as they appear.tre as follows: From Texas. 6 68 for year 1916 SARSAPjRILLA Used "for many years as a cure foriscrpfulous affecWhite in District No. 2. tions and blood poisioning, especially after the use of mercury. jg3B Belton, March 12. 1917. Mrs Rachel Bryant 75 acres CELERY anti spasmodic and nerveiemdy. Editor News: joins W A Wilson tax and CULVERS ROOT-Lepta- ndra my last letter mild cathartic cost for year 1916 555 This perhaps will be plan to is ieave GENTIAN Gentiana possesses great tonic properties excites, the appelite from this place. Our Patsie J3urton 109 acres joins and invigorates digestion. here next Mouday morning the 19Lh J& .Lee Durham tax and cost iust, via.. Houston, New Orleans, WAFER ASH Ptelea Trifoliata A renowned panacea,iused for many 6 75 for year 1916 Nashville, home. Our ten weeks stay years in aggnvated cases prevents vomiting. Tandy Campbell 35 acres has been verypleasant and we hope STILLINGIA Queens Roots, a cathartic, displacing mercury in the treatjoins J. S. Sullivan tax and beneficial. There are so many Kenment of blood poisoning. ;A 5 19 cost for year 1916 tucky people here thaji we do not feel Deroy Giles- 23 acres joins PRICKLY ASH Xanthroxylum, stimulates especially gooH'feTheumausm. we are among strangers. Every" body Brant McGaha tax and cost WILD CHERRY Prunus Virginia, celebrated for calrmnelirntation and we have met has been so nice to us, Columbia, Kentucky. 5 94 for year 1916 diminishing nervousness. in many ways it is like home and that W A Sapp(NE) 66 acres BECHU Great as kidney t6nic; used by the Hottentots forffiiany hundreds home people. This is a great country joins V T Bryant tax and ot years base or the celebrated Hindoo remedies. in many respects, but is not a good EVERYTHING IN 7 50 cost for year 1916 country for a poor man now. Land is MANDRAKE Podophyllum, cathartic and kidney tonici Henry Simpson 120 acres tax very high in all the settled part of the SASSAFRAS An aromatic stimulent and astringent similar) to conchona as 9 67 and cost for year 1916 cotntry. Rents are high and the rate to chemical constituency. W W Whited 50 acres joins $J . of interest is very high, from 8 to 12 v Acel Roberts tax and cost CORIANDER Coriandrum aromatic, used largely in,blendla&'. Der cent . is the rate. That is for 5 20 for year 1916 DANDELION Taraxacum tonic, diuretic and aperient; has specific and time loans Call loans from 18 to 25 peculiar action on the liver. Whites in District No. 3. 9, . per cent A man told me he borrowed per month W O Bryant 166 acres joins 850 from a bank and paid SI POMEGRANITE Granatum, a taenicide, recognized destructive agent Wfor all intestinal worms. A O Young tax .and cost on it, which would be 24 per cent. year 1916 6 68 There are four banks in Belton, and for LICORICE ROOT Glycyrrhiza, a useful demulcent, a recognized remedy Laph Gadberry 75 acres joins according to their own statement the ' for lung irritation, rough membrances and coughs. Also Ellwood and American Fence. 5 94 aggregate deposits are over $1,000,000. Elijah Melson tax and cost Zinziber, stimulent and carminative, highly recommende'd for GINGER George Wright 30 acrejoins Last year was the best year here for colic and flatulency. & Jeney Hadley tax and cost the farmers that has been for a long is God's Medicine, made of Roots and Herbi It is pro4 45 time. The cotton crop was good, and for year 1916 nounced accent on the second sylable. The name suggested itself the price almost double that for the Whites in District No. 4 because it is a compound of celery and sarsaparilla' with 14 other ingredients. he cotton past four or five pears, George Groves (N R) 30 acres The name is copyrighted, as a trade-mar- k at the patent office in Washington. and cotton seed of, the entire stale Incorporated Joins Tiltlen Wheeler tax composed ot I b Koots and Herbs that have a wiae is 4 51 brought $650,000,000, six,hundred and 1 16 Eaat Matfcet street Between first and Drobk and cost for year 1916 range of uses, and it is intended as a tonic, body and blood builder and purifier. fifty million dollars, into the state, but 55 acres P. J. Huddleston, Louisville, Ky. Its use as a Summer Tonic is always attended by marked increase, ot endurance the common people and renters have joins Tim Corbin, tax and wiin increased power lor resistance ot tne Doay against auterent apsrBt 6 05 nothing left over after paying their , cost for year 1916 contains three small boxes; debts, and have to start in the new etor stands A box ot Levi Harris, 2 acres --joins at 92 in the shade, and the stroke of paralysis, is as well as could pne full quart of medicine, so that the dollar's worth lasts one eachope year compelled to borrow money to Peter Compton, tax and wind has been blowing a strong gale be expected for a lady of her age. months; and you take no poison or dope, no habit forming drug.iaj 4 82 run on during the year. They average for 30 cost for year 1916 clouds as hours and heav T. C. McKinley, huckster, makes sweet, fresh Roots and Herbs, God's medicine supplied by natuo one good crop every .three 3 ears. The though might White's, District No., 5. rain at any time, but regular trips to this place each week., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, from 9 to 4, and Sunday mornings it reason so many Kentucky people have T A Chastain, 60 acres joins it don't rafn When I first came here Also Rexroat & Whittle, proprietors made good here is from the fact they Science Soap is a pure vegetable oil soap, made for human slrih only. W S Pickett, and 50 acres ventured to prophecy about the of the poultry house at Jamestown. came here when land was cheap and I baby, mamma and papa. 0c a bar, 3 bars 25c. On sale evefjrwhre-L P Tarter tax and cost my friends said there weather, Mrs. Marti tia Carter, who has passthe value of land has were only but classes of persons that m. 8 93 the increase-iyear 1916 for two ed her 74 mile post in the race of placed them in good financial condi- ever predicted COLIEtf I HTlitAr Rtdgers, 19 acres joins EE weather forecast. One time, is hale and hearty for a woman ' J W Parnell, tax and cost tion. nTOVrBTTT' DAKOTA JACKVHITE-MOOwas a new comer and the other a fool, of her years, being still able to walk But I started to tell the doings of so I quit. There are a number cf 3720-3- 1 6 92 WEST BROADWAY for year 1916 the week. Last Monday was county Kentucky preachers in Texas and a few miles each days It is to be reJ A Rodgers (N R) 40 acres court day here, nd I went down to quite a number from Adair county. membered that she is the wife of tax and cost for the year Flem S. Carter, who died some few 13 49 see how it compared with our county A. O. Hiall is at Grapeland, Texas. It 1916 years ago at the ripe old age of one court in Columbia. The crowd and would be a great pleasure to meet G T Wilson, 20 acres joins hundred one. people reminded me very much of our J H Wilson, tax and cost him, but he is too far away. A letter S. B. Collins will start up one of his 5 19 court day. There was hardly as much from Clinton Lockhart.ofFort Worth, for year 1916 business doing on jockey street as is gives us a cordial invitation to visit saw mills, on the Carter place, in a Colored, District No. 5. done at home. One man said the bus- him before we go back, but we will few weeks There will be quite a lot Dick Sebastian, 2 acres joins iness had fallen off very much since hardly have time to enjoy this pleas- of shipping lumber sawed R H Johnson, tax and cost the Autos got so plentiful. Take the W. .T. Lawless, who is an old soldier for year 1916 J.10 horse stock here as a rule and it is a ure. A good letter from Velmer An-tl- and one of the oldest men of our comof Sulphur Springs, Texas, tells Whites, District No. 6 very sorry grade. The stock on jockey good munity, is on the sick list at this things of former days. He is a M E Burton Heirs, 25 acres jn our town is ahead by a good deal. son of one of my old neighbors, Steven writing. joins Jessie Burton, tax Every body that is able here has an We read Bro. Williams' letters from 2 30 automobile. The roads are fine, es- Antle, who is now a citizen of Russell and cost for year 1916 buy- Texas with much interest for through Springs. He is engaged in cotton Mrs. Nancy E. Burton, 4 pecially when it is dry, and it is sure ing and is doing well. His brother, them we hear from many Kentuckians acres, joins At E Burton, dry here this winter. It has not rain-e- d Clarence, is at Athens, Tex., in .the who have left their kith and kin, to 1 60 tax and cost for year 1916 since I have been here enough to same business It is a great pleasure cast their lot in the great Southwest. Finlej Johnson, 15 acres wet the ground two inches. to me to get these good letters from We were also glad to hear from O. B. joins Willis Johnson, tax The ladies of the Christian Church my old neighbor boys Yelmer gave V , of Somerset, for many times have 4 70 and cost for year 1916 prepared a dinner on court day and me a pressing invitation tovisit him we heard mother and aunt, talk of Mrs. H H Pendleton, 9 acres furnished at 35 cents for the people and preach some. We could spend an- their happy school days, at the "old joins Harden CundifT, tax who wished to partake of it They " and cost for year 1916 other mouth he're with great pleasure, schoolhouse down in ths dell." Come 2 28 served quite a number of plates and it but our time is out and we want to again. E Richardson (N R) 13 was a fine dinner, the writer can tes get Red Bird, Jr., will make the present season at the fair gro home to our work there. Your scribe is just recovering from . acres, joims M J Denton tify. One of the enjoyable events ot Z. T. Williams. 1 75 tax and cost for year 1916 an attack of lagrippe. $10.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when :olt is foaled the week was seeing for the first time ) Carlos Rasner, (N- - R) 25 mare traded or removea irom neignDornooa. in life an aeroplane fly, at Temple, and Owensby. acres, tax and cost for year I keep on hands a full stock ot people were there from all parts of Also my two Jacks, Murphey and the Murray Jack, will sery at 3 76 1916 coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep county. The business people of the 1$8.00 to insure a living colt, on same condition as Red Bird,1Jr. Colored, District No,, 6. Bryant, son of Sam Aaron, who has Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and the town had arranged to give away S Johnson, I acres joins SG two hearses. We keep extra large Red Bird, Jr., is a good one a great breeder. The Jacks i an auto that day. For some days ev had pneumonia, has recovered. Banks, tax and cost for caskets. Prompt service night or day. well known to be fine breeders. Take your choice, but breed, for ery man that bought Si worth of S B Collins sold 9 head of calves to 3 99 1 year 1916 Residence Phone 29, office phone goods got a ticket with chance for it. Dink Mann, of Creelsboro, for $250. mules and horses are bringing good money. yr J. F. Tdptett, Colored, District No., ?. All the tickets were placed In a box, There has not been any farmiug Red Bird, Jr., has never been beaten in ashow ring. Columbia. Ky. Boy Burbridge, 2 acres joins and at the time appointed a little girl done in this part owing to so much DESCRIPTION: Red Bird, Jr., is a dark bay, full 16 hands high welit was blindfolded and the first ticket Ann Davis, balance of tax winter. Clear Your Skin in Spring. 3 48 she drew from that box got the autoand cost for year 1916 1,150 pounds and carries himself in the most attractive manner. He wii handled Most all those who have had whoopSpring house cleaning means clean- during the season of 907, by Coffey Bros., of Columbia; for 30 days, ad"at iie Ed Stone, 7 acres, joins Peter ,. mobile. ing cough have about recovered. ing inside and outside. Dull pimply Cheatham, tax and cost At fiveo'clock the Biplaln was to Fairs won everything in his class. At the Cofcnbk 3 90 for year 1916 J. S. Coffey and son, whtf" bought a skin is an aftermath of winter inac- Burkesville and Columbia fly. It was placed on a lot wliete all the Sweepstake Saddle Premium for Stallions, Mares aad GlidiBob Spearman, 2 acres joins of S, B. tivity. Flush your intestines with a Fair he also won engine the people could see. Two sides of the traction will Peter Cheatham, tax and Collins, also run, in connection, a mild laxntive and clean out the accu- ngs, one of the best shows ever made in Southern Kentucky. He has pronwii When 2 43 lot was surroundedby autos . cost for year 1916 mulated wastes, easy to take, they dc himself a superb breeder, imparting size, style and fine action to his colte - the es 1 acre joins J all things were ready she was ijiven a shingle mill and cotton gin. Sam Taylor, not gripe. Dr. King's New Life Pills esntials that go to make a valuable" ancTattractive horse. Receartly, Yernon Franklin and H Young, tax and cost for little push,1 being on wheels, and away your complexion.and bright4 41 year 1916 she went higher an"d higher, then Miss Bettie Blair were united in mar will clear PEDIGREE: Red Bird, Jr., is Jy Old Red Bird, he by Joe Brow, be S. H. MiGthell, S. A Cr riage at this place by Bro. Edward en your eye. Try Dr. King's $New sailed as graceful as a bird around ' off and throw the by Cabell's Lexington, His first dam by Sallie Wilkes. Lyfe Wilker 465C W over the town in a circle and after Aaron. The bride is a daughter of Life Pills tonight shell. At Paull Drug George Wilkes 519, 1st dam Lou Coons, by American Cfay 34, sire of all the people had looked and .enj03cd L. C. Blair and 17, while the groom is sluggish winter Smith's Chape!. Ad a son of the late James Franklin and Co., 25c. ville 2:26. Maacie Briees 2:27. the dams of Nutmeg 2:16. Hermit 2:16 1 ' in to their satisfaction, she began to about 19 years old. They left in a lower herself, and after' a few circles Valentine Z: 1 7, etc.; 2d danfNokonris, by Mambrino Chief U, sire of T. F. Corbin sold a nice four year alighted as gracefully as she had gone few days for Illinois. May all their etc.; 3rd dam Mrs. Claude, dam of Erioesom 2:30 1 Piedmont 2:17 old mare to Rural Bridgewater for up. It was a great pleasure to me to future efforts be crowned with success. of dam of Moquet (4) 2:10, etc Bourbon Chief 383, by Mambrino 8160.00. Miss Pollie Belk has gone to Texas told Bro. see it as it was my first, $2.50 to $4.Q0 Each. 1st dam Puss, by Grey Eagle. Bob Hatcher returned home from Bledsoe, who was with me, when I to make her future home. Highland Park Saturday. fly, and W. T. HODGEN, BOX 232. first saw her, she would never Mrs S. B Collins, who was partly Care taken to Pjrevenr Accidents, but no Responsibility Astumed CAMPBBLLSVILLE, KY. Misses Emma and Mary Page visifc-j&- she did make several efforts before .paralyzed aboatfa year ago, does not " 'V occur. , she went. It was sore grand sight. improve very fast, bub Is able to stir at E. C. Page's Thursday. Rachel Page is not any better at I must say something about the dboutsome. Her sister. Mrs. S. E. si.00. weather before.I close. The thermon- - Wolford, who also suffered a light ADAIR COUNTY NEWS this writing. II tl$ i?ftl 7 TJWE; 1 1 J "r ' to-wi- t: the-hom- -- lllf ( SP Hannas gg &L Pf - ' with Lr JH$ jtlLd fflrjT jjl ..r, COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R, Apjum-Graveole- ns & N f - The Jeffries Hardware Store, Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber,. Galvanized and Paintede RAOF - i Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. COM-CEL-SA- R "com-cel-sa- r" -- CO. LUM-LtL-oA- K tvJlvl-lJc.LoAr- v. 1 pmnsl 1 PAULL DRUG CO'S., N &m rira 'H e, fm BH RED BIRD JR. W r- v 198.-45-- 1 ani-grislTmi- f Foxes Wanted 4, -- d -- GEORGE COFFEYy " V GolumWa, -- ..