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NUMBER 23 Dr. James Taylor and wife, who have been absent from home forsever-a-l months, the doctor winding up his - For County Attorney. father's estate in Metcalfe county, returned from East Fork laBt Thursday. We tare authorized to announce GORDON Mr. J. O. Russell writes that Mrs. MONTGOMERY a candidate for to theoffiee of County Attorney of Adair County, Russell's condition is better, and that subject to the action of the Democratic party. if the weather is favorable and she continues to improve, they hoped to For Sheriff. start for home the latter part of this 'ANNOUNCEMENTS. We areaurthorized to announce GEO- - E. NELL acandidate for Sheriff of Adair county subject to thot action of the Bepublican party, as expressed at the August primary. For Jailer We are authorized to announce G. W. COLLINS, of the Glensfork precinct, a candidate for Jailer of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican party in the August primary 1917 .Personals. Maj. T. B. Short was here the first of the work. Mr D. E. Phelps has returned from Cumberland river. Mr. Roy Walker, of Nell, was in Columbia a few days since. Rev. J. P. Claycomb arrived from Princeton, Ky., Sunday night. Mr. Byron Montgomery is spending a few days with his "family this week. Mr R. L. Faulkner, Grillln Springs, met his many friends here last Friday. Mr. R. I). Borders called to see our grocery men the latter part of last week. Mr Geo. W. Whitlock, of visited the stores in Adair -- Camp-bellsvill- e, last week. Mr. W. E. Bradshaw, Louisvjjle, visited liis mother, who is feeble, here last week. Mr. A. D. Patteson is on a business trip to Kansas, and will be absent several weeks. Mr. Scott Montgomery, whose serious illness .has been reported, is improving slowly. Mr. Edgar Beed was in Cincinnati, last week, in the interest of the Par- amount Theater. Misses Ethel Moss and of Campbellsville, visited in Columbia last Friday. Mr. E. B. McLean, traveling sales- spent Saturday man out Sunday in Colambia. and Mr. Jo Todd and family, who have been in the West for some time, have returned to Adair county. Mrs. Malissa Morgan, mother of Mrs. T. B Phelps, who has been sick all winter, is some better. ; Mr. Hugli Webb, Mr. J. T. Mr. O. C. Pace, Lebanon, were here last Friday. Mary Lee a little granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo Rosenfield, is visiting here- - Her home-i- s at Smith's Grove, Ky. Mr. H. K. Alexander, who represents the Louisville Grocery Company, was.here to see his trade ji few days ago. ' Mr. E O Stone, of Danville, the n tobacco man, was in Columbia and throughout the county last week. Mr. Leslie Tandy, wife and children-, of Bloomington, Ind., are visiting the former's father, Mr. R. E. Tandy. Mrs. J. F. Claycomb, of Princeton, "arrived last Thursday night, to be at the bedside of her sick aunt, Mrs Sarah Bradshaw. Mrs. Jo .Rosenfield, who spent two Gowdy,-Campbellsville- well-know- months with her daughter, Mrs C M. Barnett, Mt. Vernon, 111 , returned horpe-las- b week. Mr. and Mrs G. F. Mullinix and their daughter, Miss Sarah, who have ' been quite sick for some weeks; are rapidly improving. Jo and Edgar Harris accompanied their father and brother John, as far as Campbellsville, the two former being en route to Florida Mr. C. S. Harris left last Wednesday morning for Florida, where he expected to spend a week or. two. Upon his return "his father will accompany . him. Mr. W. A. Tyler, of Indianapolis, Ind., Circuit Manager of Community Chautauquas, was here last Wednesday, arranging for the coming event here. Prof. Edgar Royse, who ia one of .Adair county's best young men, and who has been teaching at Lola, Ky., returned to his home, at R y, last Wednesday. Frank Bichardson; ho reached Columbia on the 23d ult, will leave with his wife and little son for their home in Augusta, Kansas, the middle of this .week. " Miss-EdnLewis, wjio has been viss, relatives in Louisville for iting returned home last accompanied by her r Morris Baldauf. Mr. sever-algnonth- HER REWARD. born and reared at Campbellsville, - was and who in his young manhoodMrs. J. J. Bush, who was the mothpopular with his associates, died at er of Rev. O. P. Bush, pastor of the Mrs. Sarah Bradshaw, an EstimaLebanon Junction and was buried at Columbia Baptist church, died at her possible Lebanon Monday of last week. He ble Woman, Dies After a Short home, Ford, Clark county, Wedwas a brother of Mr. T. W. Blanford, late nesday the 28th ultimo. She was 55 My Millinery will be in and on sale who some years ago was a citizen of Illness at Her Home this years old and had been sick for severby March 31st, Will have a nice line Columbia. al weeks. She was a very pious .wom City. at bargain prices. Mrs. Millie Hill, . The estimated population of Ken- an, highly respected, and did all the week. Gradyville', Ky. tucky in 1916 was 2,379,639; of this good she could while living. Besides Rev. O P. Bush, pastor of the Bap number there were 264,324jiolored peo- her husband she leaves three sons and REV. J. R. CRAWFORD TO PREACH FUNERAL. tist Chuich, received a message from ple. Deaths during the year, white, one daughter. Lancaster Wednesday night stating Frank Radford, aged thirty years, 24,525; colored, 5,227 There were Not only the Baptist people, but that his mother was lying dangerous- was drowned in Cumberland river more deaths from tuberculosis than this entlrecommunity feel for Rev. Last Saturday night at 10:10 o'clock ly ill He left in a few hours to be at last Saturday --afternoon, at Whet- any other disease, pneumonia follow- Bush in this hour of great sorrow. the subject of this writing passed from death unto life. She had" not her bedside. stone. Ud to Sunday the body had ing.' The total number of births in " been in firstrate health for some time, Mr. Bryant Tipped for Senator. Prof. Paul H. Chandler, or tne not been found. Mr. "Radford was a the State, 61,077. but she was only seriously ill one - Wilson, visited his father and fine citizen. Lindseyweek before her demise. On Sunday On Sunday night, the 8th, the day sisters at Campbellsville last week. Bryant, who'has served two before her death she made several Walker Next Friday night will be the reg- Dr. Ganfield is to be here, there will While there he heard Geo W. Bain great lecture, "If I. Could ular meeting of Columbia Lodge, No7 be a union service at the Methodist terme as County Clerk, and has long calls, but upon returning to her home deliver his 9G, F. and A. Masbn. The master is church to which all denominat'ious are been a Democratic wheel horse in she complained of feeling badly, and Live Life Over." always glad to have a full attendance. cordially invited. The discourse will Adair county, will not be a candidate from that date she gradually declined Mr. R. J. Lyon, of the Buchanan but has generously con- until death came. will meet the following be preached by Dr Ganfield. In the for Lyon Co., Campbellsvills, was here The Chapter Mrs. Bradshaw's maiden name was cluded to step aside and'let some othforenoon the Doctor will preach at Thursday. He was full of business, Friday night. to this er Democrat have a chance at the Williams, and she was born and reared the Presbyterian church, and and knows better how to close ajdeal plum. Mr. Bryant is being strongly in Cumberland county, her people beThe tax bill went through both service all are'invited. any other for an auto or a buggy, or Houses practically as submitted by mentioned for State Senator in the ing prominent in the affairs of said kind of vehicle than any man in Ken- the Commission There Is a great diin regular stand- Adair-BarreAll Metcalfe district in 1919, county. tucky. A short time after the civil war she' versity of opinion as to whether the ing are fraternally requested to be at when it will be Adair county's time Mr. John Will Townsend and hls workings of the provisions will be the Lodge Room next Thursday night. to furnish the successor to Senator was married to Capt. W. W. Brad" wife, who live near'J Milltown, have hest for the State. The business to come before the body Bal Trigg, of Barren county, the pres- shaw, of Adair county, and not many been very sick, the latter improving. is urgent and very Important. The ent district member of the upper years after their union they became H. C Feese and Horace Walker have piesiding officer can accomplish but branch of the Legislature. The former has rheumatism, and is in Will S. residents of Columbia, where they Jis3 Mol-li- e commenced the erection of Mr. Ray little Unless he is assisted by the en- Kaltenbacher in Louisville Times. lived happily untlfclive years ago, at almost helpless condition. Caldwell, of this place, who is a Cono'ver's residence Mr. Eros which time the husband died. Durbody. Remember the meeting tire years they .lived in resirience has also beenstarted will b'e next Thursday night. ing the forty-odniece, visited them last week. Attention. by Mr. this place, Capt. Bradshaw taught CL. Taylor, of this place, who by the same parties, assisted J. C. Strange, N. G. Mr. A. school in Monticello, threeyears. has been employed in Willis Drug- Elzy Feese, of Louisville. All parties owing us due notes and The deceased lived a very quiet life industry is now in operation in Cave City, for some months, store, An Until the first of April we" will fur- Adair county that is keeping quite a accounts will please call and settle at her comfortable home, this place, home last Tuesday night. He reached will not return to Cave City, and will nish McCall's magazine one year with number of men busy taking leases. same, as we have sold our Mill and and was out at church services often-e- r than elsewhere. enter business here later. His many free pattern; Farm and Home one There is an Impression throughout are going out of the Milling business, we earnestly desires to collect all When quite a young woman she friends were glad to give him.theglad year, Woman's World two years and this section of the State that foreign The Adair County News one year all capitalist are seriously contemplating monies due us at once. We also wish made a profession of her faith In hand. for $1 40. Subscribe now. of sinking a number of wells, for oii. to state to all parties who have wheat Christ, united with the Cumberland Taylor county the same work that on deposit in our mill and wish to set- Presbyterian Church. Some time afDrying days of last . week brought In Call on T. F. Collin's for fertl lizer. tle in full with U3, should call before ter she and her husband became resis going on in Adair, is in progress, smiles to the faces of the farmers the first of May for their flour and idents of Columbia they united with A few families did some gardening Persons who do not make their living This paper has been discussing the bran, otherwise the new firm of Myers the Presbyterian Church, her husband by tilling the soil rejoice when good & Barger will be the ones to whom being a liberal contributor upon all in town last week. good roads proposition for several days come to the farmers, the favored you will have to look to settle, as we the ordinances of the organization. years, and will continue to do so from Union prayer meeting at the Chris- people, and to them we all look for They had no children, but Mrs. week to week whether anything is ac- will turn over to them a sufficient sustenance. tian church all this week. amount of wheat to settle all balances Bradshaw Is survived by two sisters to complished or not. There would be due, and upon so doing our responsi- our knowledge, Mrs. H. K. Turk, of Sunday, Mrs. Art Walker met with a very fewer better couutiesin the State bility in the matter will cease If the day is fair, next Barren county, and Mrs. R. P. Breedpainful accident last Wednesday. She than Adair if good Toads were running Easter hats will be in evidence. Stevenson & Sandusky. ing, of this county one niece, Mrs. J. was sitting in a chair when it turned through it, and in order to make 23-F. Claycomb, of Princeton, Ky.. who money arid make it rapidly roads must Phelps Bros, shipped a large load of throwing her to the floor, badly bruiswas present when the dissolution hogs up Cumberland river Friday: ing one of her limbs Her son, Hor- be built. came. Mr. Lee Turk, a nephew, wa Geo. E. Nell Announces. ace, procured remedies, and the lady also here. Glory Is waving near the basket Attention is called to the new ad- is now about well. Old The funeral services will be held at vertisement of Wood Lewis in today's a hundred feet on the court-housIn this issue of The News appears the Presbyterian church this (Tues paper. high. To every true American citiCongress convened Monday, and it the announcement of Mr. Geo. E. day) afternoon, conducted by her forThere will be no school census taken is believed that there is no question zen, and we have no other kind in Nell, of the Grady villo precinct, as a mer pastor, Rev. J. B. Crawford, of in this year 1917. One will be taken but it will at once pass a bill giving Adair, the stars and stripes brings to candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, Pikeville, Ky. Doubtless many the President' authority to declare every patriotic bosoms thrilling sensa- subject to the action of the Republiin,1918. friends will gather to pay their last war against Germany. In the. mean- tions. There were men in Adair who can party. Mr. Nell's record as a respects to one they had known so RedPeavine is advertised in time active preparations are now go- favored Germany against the British party man is known to every Bepub- many years, the deceased being sevenNews by Mr. R. H. Price. Go and ing on for and French, but when our own bethe conllict. lican in the county, and as a business ty-seven years old. see him. loved country is going: to take a hand, man he bears an enviable reputation. The interment will be in the city Aunion prayer meeting was held at all bats are lifted to the flag of this Special program at Lindsey-Wilso- n He served three years in the Spanish-America- n cemetery. Evidently there will be the Methodist church last Sunday country. public is night. next Friday evening. The war and has documents from many floral designs. The object was to pray that invited. superior officers showing that he made God would guide the President in the Rufus Corbin. who was drowned in Kowe &Hill sold Mr. F. H. Durham, great crisis that now confrots him. Green river last Sunday week, was an excellent soldier. He is especially Gordon Montgomery for last Thursday, a handsome Buick au- Rev. Schad, of the U, B Church, pre- found the following Tuesday after- strong in the lower edge of the county sided over tne meeting. tomobile. noon. The searchers made a net out where he was born and reared, ancThe of barbed wire, and in skiffs they invites an investigation of his home The special session of the KenI keep on hands a full stock of dragged the river, and after a few standing. He is thoroughly qualified This week we take pleasures in antucky Legislature will adjourn on the coffins, caskets, and robes.I also keep hours, the body was found in water for Jhe office of sheriff, and he pledges nouncing to the voters of Adair couh-- ; Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and twenty feet deep. They then made a the voters that should he be nominat25th inst. ty that Mr. Gordon "Montgomery is a two hearses. We keep extra large grab out of large fishing hooks, which ed and elected, he will use his best to the office candidate for C. D. Cheatham sold a Chester Chief caskets Prompt Bervlce night or day. caught in his trousers, and he was endeavors to make a painstaking and of County Attorney, subject to the accolt coming 2 years old, to C. D. Cald- Residence Phone 29, office phone 198. pulled to the shore. He was burled diligent Sheriff. He is fairly well acwell, for S140. quainted over the county, and before tion of the Democratic party. Mr. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Wednesday. the primary he will make it a point to Montgomery's ability as a lawyer ha3 Columbia. Ky. had much to do with his efficiency as The Chautauqua program for the I have purchased the Bakery in this see every voter in the county. In the County Attorney, a position, that deweek beginning the 11th of June, will Mr Willis W. Hobson, who was the town and will furnish the people the meantime he asks that his friends be mands a legal mind. It is one of the be published next week. father of Judge J. P. Hobson, whom best of bread at the lowest price pos- come active in his behalf. most important offices in the county, Judge Roll in Hart succeeded to the sible. Strictly cash to the retail and unless it is filled by an attorney Mrs. G. B. Cheatham gathered from Appellate bench, died recently G. W. Collins a Candidate. at his who not only inows the law and is her hens during the month of March late home, Powhatan .county, Ya. trade, accounts only with merchants. In connection with the bakery I have diligent, the county would suffer. from 95 to 115 eggs pfir day. He was-3- years old. Judge, Hobson opened a s restaurant and Mr. Montgomery's watchful eye over was at his bedside when the end will give the best of service. When "Mr. G.' W. Collins, of the Glensfork the affairs of Adair, has brought favAttorney General of Cuba sent The came you need good bread or want a meal precinct, is a candidate for Jailer of orable comment from all parts of his son to Bowling Green Business call on me. I furnish pies, cakes and Adair county, subject to the action of the county, and In fact a demand that University for his commercial educaThe Christian Church will be open desserts, Will pay cash for eggs and the Republican party, and his an- he stand for He enters tion. nouncement appears in News. for worshipers each day, this week, butter. CM. Herriford contest knowing fully every duty Mr. Collins is an industrious farmer the Born, to the wife of H. O. Corbin, at 2:30 p. m Th events of our Lord, Columbia, Ky. and trader, and has been identified pertaining to the office, fully deterSunday, the 25th, a daughter. The each day of His last week, will be 21-be last advent makes him the father of studied and prayers wlir be o'ffered. with the Republican party since he mined, if he should of again elected, the county as to watch the affairs Oil speculators from a distance, became a voter. He is a sober, upsix girls. Among all the churches this should diligently in the future as he has in be a time of self denial and reebnse-cratio- seemingly have concluded that Ken- right gentleman, and his friends who tucky is a great oil field. We see from are supporting him believe he would the past. It is not out of place for There will be a singing at Zion, in Jaifer. He proposes this paper to say for him that he la our exchanges that parties' are out make a first-clas-s the afternoon, next Sunday, which not unmindful of the partiality herewill be Easter. Profs Cabbell and An oil speculator, wfio was here Ieaslnp in many sections of the State to see all the voters of his party be- tofore manifested in his behalf. It Is Darnell will lead. Bring new books. from Pennsylvania, very recently, The men in the field, it is believed, fore the primary and he confidently duly appreciated," and he promises Evstated that he was perfectly satisfied have been put to work by capitalists. believes that lie is In this race. It is a compliment to the Bowling that there is oil, in paying quantites, It is said that a number of wells will erything done in his interest wilt be here and now that should he? again be chosen as the attorney for the county Green Business University that it re- in Adair county; that he has confi- be drilled in Adair county this year. duly appreciated. " he will use his bast endeavors to see ceives for its finished product six to dence enough to state It would be that his .com- Let the work commence. farmer, who that Its affairs are conducted, justly eight times as many calls as it can pany would put down three deep wells money, not only to the Notice. and economically. Mr. Montgomery furnish. leases, if oil should be found here, this" year. hopes to meet all his friends before buf in a manner to every citizen of Man past 30 with horse and buggy I will on the first Tuesday in May the Auguskprlmary- There will evidently be a very large the county. tc sell Stock Condition Powder in 1917, file with the State Board ot PenAdair County. Salary 870 per month. number of people in Columbia next Monday was county court and a Many of Mr. J. D. Eubank's friends itentiary Commissioners! an applicaAddress 0 Industrial Bldg., Indian- Sunday. It will be Easter-- and Dr. large crowd was in to wo1 Nearly all ' Ganfield, President of Center College, were of the opinion that he had tion for parole. apolis, Ind. the candidates were here" minBllne Cincinnati, and 3-2t Albert Burton. Danville, will be here and will preach launched a business in with the people. Master Kinniard Bowe, who is very at the Presbyterian church. The la- that himself and family were living in punctual at school, and takes a great dies of the community will arrange that city, but that js a mistake. He Lydas, the little daughter of Mr. Buff Orpington eggr 50 cents per has stone into the grocery business- ia and Lawrence Pickett, got badly hurt! setting from a fine laying interest in his studies, was necessarily the song servicestrain. Camnbellsville.and'from the way he last Monday. She was climbing the days last week from detained several . Mrs. Tg: Phelps week stairway, Much credit is due Mr. Ed Moss for was selling provisions, etc., last " his classes, on account of mumps. MM" her foot got caught, and she the subtantial manner in which the the. Indications looked very favorable' fell headformost to the floor. She is H. WWilson sold his house and Mesdames J. H. Young and L. T. town Is wired. He led the force of to one who noticed that himself and bettor at this writing. -' lot, Cane Valley, to Leslie Tupman, salesman were kept quite busy. Mf . "Seat were Invited to a dining at the hands and certainly did a for 32,100. home.of Mr, J. Frank Reynolds, last job. We understand that Mr. Smith Eubank was quite popular in Adair. The Fiscal Court of Adair County A few years ago he made the race for Sunday. They report that It was a employed Mr. Moss as his , seriously !has and In doing so "we bellve no the Office of Assessor and was defeated is In session. Some importantbusi-nes- s The cold ana most bountiful repast, and highly .en damaged the f i will come before it. by only a ftfw votes. Joyed. was made. s k The demand for lases, other and advertising has kept the force of this office kicking for the last ten days. Come on with your work. rapidly as It will be gotten out-ajob-wor- Mr. Jas. W. Blanford, who was r Sympathy for RcV. Bush. GONE TO 22-2- t. Odd-Fellow- s, n- Har-ger- 's d 2t e, to-day- 's n. -- 0 first-clas- to-day- 's " tf n -2- Y - - m,m -- first-clas- s vte i . J t. jggaaflugssgSB THE NEWS Carry married last toown to her parents Published 'Every Wednesday ADAIR ADlAtoCC tlN'TY NEWS to Belgium, " ... i a- n&jfc' , COUNTY ny Sunday-- un rAmerican Indifference viiWm y'rV1- - " fhJl.i,i&' If wnmi'ai vfeiwasgagaggT BMHMBflKJBNaflHiBB M)lteMIMaMMM s- - i BY THE Adair County News-Compa- (Incorporated.) CHAS. S. HARRIS. of the City of Colombia and the and adjoining counties. Entered at the Colombia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offi- Editor. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest people of Adair as second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. APE. 4, ANNOUNCEMENTS. 1917 We are authorized to announce the following Candidates subjecy to the action of their respect-Ir- e parties: For County Judge. Republican WALTER S. SINCLAIR. Democrat KINT MONTGOMERY. W. G. ELLIS Republican E. L. SINCLAIR. Hiram Stotts has lost a fine hog worth about $35, .the way hogs are selling. There will be a singing at In dependence every Saturday night and Sunday all spring and summer. Finis Stotts, who lives at Amandaville. was hauling wood three weeks ago and in some way he almost cut his leg off and it almost bled him to death, and he is still no better. Mrs Jane Campbell has been visiting her sister Mariam Marce for a few weeas. Ji M. Campbell .made a business to Columbia one day last week. For Sheriff. Republican: W. B. PATTESON. CORTEZ SANDERS. Democrat CLYDE CRENSHAW-- ' R. M. HURT Tilford McKinney has moved from Amandaville to the house belonging to Rose Eirkms, where he will live until J. C. Clay well moves then he will move in the Claywell house. Obituary. On Wednesday morning March 21, the death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Cravens, and claimed for its vic wife. Her tim the beloved death was a shock to the community, as she had been health until a few days before her death. She was born March 15, 1884, died March, 21, 1917, being 33 years and 6 days old. She was married to Ulysses Cravens January 12, 1907. Was born to this union one child, Dorothy. Aunt Lovetress was a kind wife, a loving mother. She was loved by all who knew her. She was a christian in the truest sense, being a member of the Baptist church for several years, living in faith until death. On the day of her death she called her friends and loved ones to her bedside and after assuring them of her willingness to and readiness to go she said: "I am and toward going home the break of day she fell asleep in that peace which the world can not take or give away. Now the precious companion and darling mother is trying the realities of an unknown world. She has passed over , the road from whence no traveler has ever returned and has gone the way that the living has not learned. Although'she lis quietly resting iiu-gooto-da- For County Court Clerk. Republican jffflNN. T.A.FURKIN. SQUIRES. L. Y. GABBERT. S. C. NEAT. Democrat ALBERT MILLER. W. H. GILL. For School Superintendent. Republican GEORGE AARON TOBIAS BIUFFAKER. Democrat NOAH LOY, For Jailer Republican JOHN THTJRMAN JOHN L. DARNELL. FRANK WOLFORD M ILLER C. WOOTEN " A. W. TARTER Democrat C. G. JEFFRIES. A. H. FEESE. J. JOHN R, CHRISTIE. For Assessor Democrat P.P.DUNBAR. Republican R. H. HARMON. EVERETT,ALLISON. " G. L. PERRYMAN. J. M. TARTER Although conditions' in Belgium are appalling and the need is apparently growing, Arher-icaare completely indifferent according to the statement of n one of the members of the Relief Commission in the March American Magazine. "Americans," he says, "have practically stopped giving to war charities, now that the novelty has worn off. Plethoric with peace and plenty, ,our whole offering to the .Belgian relief work had been only eight milium dollars hardly the size of an average war order and this amount had included old clotheand other collateral. I mentioned the fallacy of regarding the relief work as an American (save in the mn who manned it,) when French and the British Government were giving nine million dollars a month in the guise of a loan to Belgium, and the English working class, ground beneath the Juggernaut of war, were managing to raise more than seven millions a year. " ' All Europe flaunts in outfaces the fact that we do not represent our country. Do you wonder that our one hundred workers mostly American college men feel that they have been deserted? They know that if the work to which thtty are giving their lives, their energies, were to stop it would go down in history as the eccentric effort ot a few men completely divorced from their counns Bel-giaen-terpai- se DELOOrLIGffiD ELECTRICITY FOR EVERY FARM ySSsIvG IP oelco-uch- t on the farm' cr!:Sst?feiy DELCOLIGHT MAKES Electricity Universal, JFor-the sm . DEL-TuHi- anyone 'Heretofore, first time electric" HghndrpojverJareaHableXtoJ anywhere.1 . the benefits of electricity have beenconfinedjq those who live in the larger towns and cities. makes electric current universally available Now Delco-Light ht Delco-Lig- .1 OELCO-LIGH- T IN THE Cottage I insti-tutio- ns is today furnishing with thousands of bnllant, convenient, safe and eco- -, nomical light. It is furnishing power to operate'', pumps, i ashing machines, churns,' cream separators, milking ma- chines, vacuum cleaners, etc. It is lighting country churches,, stores and public halls. It is furnishing light and power to', summer homes and camps, to houseboats and yachts, etc. farm-hous- tit is lighting rural railway stations ) and construction camps. It is lighting the camps of United IJMEXICANBORDERjU; States troups on the Mexican", border and it is disclosing hereto-- 1 fore undreamed-o- f beauties in the depths of MammothCave,Ken-- j tucky. Delco-Lfgh- ' Altogether, over 15,000 tl plants are in operation, and Delco-- J 'Light offices are to be found in a most eery part of the world. " -.' Dclco-Lig- 18111 OELCO-LIGH- T is a complete electric plant the engine and dy- - , namo in one compact unit combined with a set of specially built and wonderfully efficienl batteries for the storm; of current. The plant is so simple a child can care far it. and so economical that it actually pays fori itself in time and labor sare-1It operates on cither kero- -' Sine, gasoline or natural 35. . aWimf ppaB DELCO-LIGH- T Mi ifj THr GonstructiohCam Complete With Battery With Large Size Battery . .5275 $325 IN n f. o. b. Dayton, Ohio. RAILWAY THE 1 i iilliliifbsP H. BAJL3LAJRIX COTTJrBIV, Dn.co-bo.H- 3CY. Dealer, tax on the YACHT W T Bzttcss. Uvms CCNCtnONS 9 PAYS For Itsilf IsggqjgjRev. tSfgsgzzgsi - kg2& iSisiiLu' i$ ggMg tjelco-ligh- t in mammoth CAVE w, L B. Ward Dead try. White wright, Tex., Mch. 25 Editor News: " 'And meanwhile the children Rev. Luna Ward passed away are starving!' " at the home of his nephew, W. Sparksville. L. Mooneyham, Wood! GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, sn Lewis For Representative Republican near White-wrigh- t, JOE HUDDLESTON. DR. W. S. TAYLOR. Smith's Chapel. Several from this community attended the funeral of Mrs. Jake Bault, at Cane Valley, last Sunday. Had a singing at Mr. Firm Smith's, 'Saturday night. Good crowd and good behavior. Miss Hallie Karnes visited Mrs. Allie Smith Saturday night and Sunnay. Misses Mollie and Mattie Bennett visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore Saturday night and Sunday. Several from this community attended the singing at Hutchison school house Sunday afternoon. All report a good time. Sunday school will start at this place the first Sunday in April. Every one join in and help in the good work. Mr. Josh Montgomery visited T. F. Corbin and family Sunday. Allen Bennett and family Luther Curry and family Sunday.' Farming will soon begin if weather stays favorable. vis-ite- 'd beneath the cold; cold sod, we rejoice in knowing that her spirit has gone to join the celestial Dirigo. be considered when buying cough medicine for children. Chamberlain's Mrs. Ace Pelston has been vis- Cough Remedy has long been a faviting her, mother, at Bliss, for a orite with mothers of young children as it contains no opium or other narr few days, cotlc, and may" be' given a child as ""v. J. G. Campbell has gone to confidently as to an adult. It is pleas."Glasgow the mail for ant totake, too, which is of great importance when a medicine must be Bob Royse. given "to young children. This remMrs. Hattie Stotts, who has edy is most effectual in relieving croup. Obtainable coughs, colda-anconfined, to her room for at Paull Drug Co. Adv. -- family of God. She is survived by her husband, one child, five brothers, six sisters and many relatives and friends who deeply feel the loss of one so dear. Bro. Nathan Murrell conduct ed iunerai services in the pres-- l ence of a host of friends and relatives, after which the remains were laid to rest in the family Liniment. Obtainable at Adv. graveyard near Oak Grove Paull Drug Co. church to await the resurrection "Do you know where the little morn. A niece boys go who don't put their SunMaude Bryant. day School money in the plate?" "Yes'm) to the movies." Safe Medicine for Children. "Is ifc safe?" is the first question to Why Constipation Injures. Cham-"beriaiiT- s- Evin Roberts and Miss Sophia Wheeler were happily married at the home of Rev. T. J. Jessie March 13, and also Buel Curry and Miss Mamie Bean were married March 11. We wish them a long and happy life and good success. F. W. Wilson lost a fine milch cow one day last week. Cause unknown. Cow valued at $60, C. Gowen has purchased a track of land from Arch Wheeler and one from Mrs. Laura Page. Mrs. C. C. Coomer has opened up her new millinery shop and is getting a niceJarade, and also Mrs. JPerry Nelson. Joe Akins has been very sick for several days, but is some better at this writing. J. Starr and J. D. Powell. Through The Adair County Spring. v News we learn of the death of Spring is looked upon by many as the most delightful season of the year, our friends for which we thank but this cannot be said of the rheu- our editor for publishing them. matic. The cold and damp weather May God's richest blessings 'rest brings on rheumatic pains which are anything but pleasant. They can be upon all of us. relieved, however, by applying Written by his nephew, - Texas, March 20, 1917 Rev. Ward was a native of Adair county, and came to Texas some where about 36 or 37 years ago. About 25 years ago he professed a hope in Christ. Soon after his profession he went to preaching a sanctified doctrineNHe preached over" Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas and many- people were redeemed from sin by the Lord in his meetings. He was a power in the hand of the Lord, and his favorite songs, I'll meet you in that city of the New Jerusalem, and Have you been washed in the blood of the Lamb. His death was caused by Bright's disease. He was buried in the Gannon cemetery before a large Sercongregation of friends. vices were conducted by Rev. R. Will Begin His Great Popularity Sale Contest April . Fifteenth CAPITAL PRIZE Will be presented to the Most Popular Young Lady in Green, Taylor, Metcalfe, Hart and Adair Counties. The second prize will be presented to the Most Popular Mother. The third prize will be presented to the Most Pop- $500.00 ular Minister. The fourth prize to the Most Popular Old Maid. Voting Ballots will be presented with every CASH sale. The Popularity Clerk will take the votes before the customer leaves the store, or customer can mail ballots in cases where they leave without voting. The date of distribution of prizes will be announced some time in June. Voting will begin April tenth. Everyone is requested to send in the names of Candidates not later than the Seventh. Of course candidates names will be enrolled at any time during the contest, but it is much better to start with the opening sales. These sales will be of the greatest interest and entertainment to everybody in the five counties. j Interesting changes will be introduced in the plans frequently, and constant interest will be kept up till the finish. t W. L. Mooneyham. ARE YOU WITH US? You Need a Spring Laxative. to-car- ry v f i bii d Dr. .King's New Life Pills will re move the accumulated wastes of winter from your intestines, the burden of the blood. Get that sluggish spring fever feeling out of your system, brighten your eye, clear your complexion Get that vim and snap of The bowets are the natural sewerage good purified healthy blood. Dr. systenx.of the body. When they be- King's New KffeJBHl's are a laxative that aids nature's process, come obstructed by constipation a At Paull Drug of the poisonous matter which they try them Ad should carrv off is absorbed into the stJMsystem, making you feel dull and In a welding process of Ger pid, and interfering with the digestion and assimilation of food. This man invention, magnetism is condition is quickly relieved by Chamemployed to deposit all of the Tablets. Obtainable at berlain's Adv molten metal on the desired Paull Drug Co. non-griping to-nig- Then Send hi The Names Of YourCandi? dates At Once. Candidates for the CapWill want not less than Twenty-fiv- e ital prize, to the county. More if they wish to enter the contest Dry Goods. Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Farm implements and Machinery, Salt, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fertilizers, Buggies, Wagons, Wire and Wire Fence, Gates, Gasoline Engines, Gasoline and Oils, Salvet, Bee Dee. Co-25- c. - AUTOMOBILES Will be sold, giving a wide field and a good chance for every Candidate. - four orfixe weeks, il no better fttflM. The case of G.JJ. Allen, a wealthy The New York Senate passed a bill tobacco dealer, charged with barn Seven hundred interned German! requiring the literacy test of all Voters burning, is lu the hands of a jury at sailors have been moved to army posts -Bean and Burl I after 3.920. Mayfleld. in Geoagia place. . TOOT3SON" S JJB-WI- .THCE I NES,ONE DO: V 4 u -- s-S' Us sFSjof ah ;! Jril.Miiy M 9??5BrVSV2 ...., . ' ". i Z5EIS2z: 'JggggTi???g- " run ii rm, n. - '?i.ai - mi Call On Us For "Most Mies per. Dollar" cmptonng supplies have become the headquarters for of : RUsseli Creek. Born td Mie wife or Lueien Turner, a boy mother and baby getting along fine. - has force'd ifc and in our opinion it will hot be long until Wat country will see its madness and -- "'ACojtper'Cbiisuis its folly.E-tow- n News. In the March' "Ainerican Magi azine is an account of Daniel Ci Jackling, whp has doubled lh8 world's copper output and is a giant in. the copper field He has worked so swiftly and so quietly that the public as yet is not aware of his magnitude. "At thirty-fiv- e he was- - vice president and general manager of a struggling mining company predestined, according to the unanimous verdict of expert opinion, to be a speedy, very complete and costly failure. This is not ancient history. The mine was opened, the company organized, only twelve years ago. "At forty he was a millionaire. At iorty-fiv- e he rounded the Horn in his own steam yacht'. y He is forty-seve- n and a multimillionaire. He controls the operation of four mines, all less than twelve years old, which annually produce twice as much copper as the famous mines of Michigan put together. He acquired an unprofitable zinc property four years .ago, lifted its output until the figures approached the total zinc production of all the mines in Missouri, and made it pay fifteen million dol lars in dividends during the last two years. to-da- y. " to-da- Three Steps are Open to Congress. v.t.vx; Borrrto the wife of AlVinPage a daughter. Mr. Jim Pendtetonand family of Louisville, are visiting his fa- "this locality through our Isteady patronage rather than big profits. The goods we sell, as well -- policy of striving for ther. Cundiff was in Green county on business last Thursday. Mr. Jofr Todd and family arrived last Monday from Kansas City. Mr. Todd is thinking of buying a farm.and making Kentucky his,future home. W. Mr. J. m .i.4hin4 . - the service we render, are such that will inspire your confidence and make you one of our many friends to spread the good news of our kind of service. Whenever .you want a tire, tube, rim, rr accessories of any kind, we will give you that extra big measure of as value that goes with the name - Mr. J. N. Squires made a business trip to Knifley last week. There is a bad horse distemper raging among the horses in . this "vsa, handsome, stylish Firestone with Red Side Wall and Black Tread. This 'extra value of fine appearance added Miles per Dollar is winning new Firestone" users daily. Let us equip your car. to-Mo- st We have just received a new big shipment of the yires IV IW cHM fek jl J. -- "..-.s- ;- localits. Miss Georgia Murray is visiting at Gadberry. Mr. A, B. Cox lost a valuable work horse last week. Mr. Cas- sius Shepherd lost-- a very good work mule. It had to-b- e ' killed. He let them out to go to water Land they began to kick and play Which resulted in the above. Mr. Will E. Todd last 'a fine W'.." ' .'. . 51B C.V Sff (Dealer's Address) SANDUSKY BROS:, Agents, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. . Notice Stock Men BENJAMIN DARE is 3 years old, -- mare last week. Mrs. Jake Bault, who had ap pendicitis, died the 23rd. A good womanhas gone to reap the reward m the beautiful home above. She was always ready to lend a helping hand to any one in sickness. Dr. Flowers, Han cock and Dr. McChord, of Lebanon, were at her bedside, and every thing was done that could be for her relief. Misses Ruth and' Pauline Squires-wervisiting their brother, Henry, at Little Cake, last e Washington, Men., 27. Pres ident Wilson was represented today as still having an open mind on exactly what steps he will SiM recommend to Congress when it meets in special session next week, although the preponderance of official opinion is that he should ask for a declaration that a state of war exists between the United States and Germany. Prior to a Cabinet meeting at which details of preparedness measures were discussed, Senator Hitchcock, member of the benate Foreign Relations Committee, discussed the situation with the President. Afterward he outlined the following three Thousands of - courses which he believed open physicians and millions of housewives will swear to Congress: to that. Yotf've never tasted Passage of a resolution indorssuch wholesome, tempting, appetizing bakings you've ing steps already taken by the never enjoyed such uniformly President to place the United perfect results. Calumet Bak ing Powder never fails and it States in a state of armed neucosts less to use than other kinds. trality and authorizing further ReceiTed Highet Award Ktv Cut Bnl FnrSu Slit preparedness moves; In Piund Can Adoption of a resolution declaring that a state of war exists between the United States and ov : S?y Germany; and fe Adoption of a declaration of war against Germany. -- s - SENTIMENT IN THE WEST. ' a1 week. Mr. and Mrs. John McFarland, who have been very sick with grippe, are some better. -- LW5? CHC Cheap and big canEEldngPowders do not save you money. Ca n met does it's Pure and isx superior t j corr milk and soda. N a natural saddle Slim Pickens has been going horse, 15 hands high and will measure full 16 hands through a new fashion catalogue when he comes to maturity, is a chestnut sorrel of this week picking himself out a fine form and action the type that commands the War Is On. Toria. nice looking wife. and highest price everywhere a horse will be followed closely in the beauty His pedigree shows him as richly bred in the David Sparks is very low at A drummer was out at the Without a declaration upon the the present situation. That resline of usefulness and fancy as any horse in southern this writing. . Calf Ribbs store the other day part oflihe United States, war on olution cited repeated acts of agKentucky, and hissize", form, action and manners are There has been several deaths trying to sell a safe, but none is gression on the part of Mexico in full keeping with his royal breeding. Accepting on account of- - measles this fall Germany has actually com- against needed, as the store sells on the United States. menced. The sinking, of the begets like, he is bound to prove a and winter. the fact that like credit. three American ships by German The President is not expected great sire of thekind that is always in demand at Mrs. Charles Janes is very Cricket Hicks now wears his low submarines without notice has to put his, message to Congress fancy prices. low collar to church so that he at this writing; led to open hostilities. The into final shape until just before by Highland Benjamin by of-subst- ance -- Senator Hitchcock said there was undoubtedly sentiment in the West for taking the first of the three instead of declaring war or declaring that a state of war exists. Other advisers of the President, taking the view that the best step to take is a declaration that a state of war exists, are examining precedents in order to map out the best course to sursue. The general expectation is that in the end the resolution adopted when the United States went to war with Mexico Hogwallow News. The,Tickville, Band is dickering for a new instrument on a credit, but the company wants them to make a good note. Sid Hocks says if they do it will be the first one. Fletcher Henstep says one good thing about rats in the home is that- - they always bore their own holes.. - Dare sired Jesse Dare, he SPEDIGREE: by Chester Dare 10 he by Black Squirrel 58. Dam, Dare 1534, he May No. K. 1068, she by Well's Red Squirrel, son of Owsley's Red Squirrel. This horse will serve a limited number of mares at $25.00 to insure a living colt. Also my two black Jacks will serve at $6.00 and $7.00 to insure living colt. This stock will be attended by Mr. B. F. Pol- ston, a careful man, and will be found at my barn 1A miles east of Creelsboro. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month while breeding to stallion. Money due when colt is foaled,mare traded or removed from neighz. borhood without my consent. J All care will be taken to avoid accidents but will not be responsible should any occur. " Mrs. Walter Jessie is visiting American navy is ready for ac- " 'v . - 'h x - W. A. ARMSTRONG, - Creelsboro, Ky. DRINK COCA I2ST COLA BOTTX.ES .Call for it by Full Name and "' 1. Avoid Substitutes. - - caCola Bottling Wks. CAMPBELLSVILLE, KEaSTTUOKS". -' COLUMBIA, KY.. .r- & f tion and light ships have been Born, to the wife of J. W. sent across the ocean to "attack and destroy German submarines. Barnes March 22, a girl. submitted to Born, to the wife of John Jes The United States many indignities from these ar sie, a boy. rogant and murderous Germans "Bro. Joe Turner filled his regwho have conducted a warfare ular appointment to Red Lick, from the start, which, in barb'ar-ityan- d Sunday. Also Bro. the second cruelty, would have put Pardue in the evening', the first ON OWN INITIATIVE. to shame the American Indian or meeting we have had this winSenator Hitchcock made it the black men of the Congo. ter, on account of measles. They have dropped bombs clear that he went to the White Mrs. Nellie Kedtord has been from Zeppelins on sleeping vil- House on his own initiative and confined to her room with 'la? lages, murdering women "and said that he knew nothing yet of grippe this week. children. They ha ye deliberate the plans of Chairman Stone, of - Mrs. Alice Jessie is very low Foolishness of Worry. ly directed gun fire on the great the Foreign Relations Committee with fever. Cathedrals of France, destroying for action in advance of the Of all the physical ills which Mrs. Myrtie-'Estes- and chil them. They are y on their meeting of Congress. dren visited her parents Tues- retreat in France devastating The President will be ready to we needlessly and unconsciousday. the country" worse than Sherman go before Congress at the earli-e- ly bring upon ourselves th mott possible time after it are doubtless caused by worry. Mr. Newt Garmon, of this did in his march to the Sea. On Hurrying through our daily place, died the 16 of March with the high seas no neutral nation The fact that the Government tasks and pleasures at breathktt fever. has beej) respected, but thousands of people have been sunk has no present intention to seek speed is bad enough, but to worills is far worst. Sloan's Liniment fori Rheumatism without warning. The sinking the internment of any resident ry about-futurThe torture of rheumatism, the of the Lusitania was probably aliens, bo long as they are obe- It is well enough to look into tb pains and aches that mate lifeKinbear-abj- e the greatest of these sea out- dient to the laws of the nation, future and provide to gay Wt are relieved by Sloan's Liniment, was made clear by Secretary Ba- ability against misfortOMt, but a clean, clear liquid that is easy to ap- rages. He added "that.this ker foresight MBouata to ply, and more effectiva than mussy The United States has "been applied to German arny reserv when thia an. plasters or ointments because It penseeing only the phantoMr in oar etrates qujckly without rubbing. For forced to war to protect its own ists as well as to other resident path, it is nothing short-o- f stow the many pains and aches following people and its honor.. The war aliens. ' 'muscle exposure, strains, sprains and suicide. . as far as this country is concernsoreness, Sloan's Liniment Is promptly W. 0. Vance, a prosperous effective. Always;have a bottle handy ed will he a war for the protec. City, killed The "'British scored for'gout, lumbago7 toothache, bach- - tion ofcivilization against bar- farmer near Cave his wife, and then cobmittecl victory on the Franco- ache, stiff neck, and all external pains.u "" " " I whaBpnme fell. Ad. barity and cruelty. Germany ;At Paull Drug Co, 25c. her parents this week. delivering it.- - In the meantime he will confer with congressional leaders. He is understood to believe that because of the effect of his message he must consider every phase. The, too, he is taking into consideration possible events between now and the time of his appearanca before Congress. far-reachi- ng -- can look around without making a noise whenever anybody comes in. Luke Mathewsla has a team he would swap as one of the horses trots while- the other walks, which reminds him too much of some married lives. Raz Barlow notices that thr are always two occasions when s fellow uses his eyebrows to look through; one is while he is listening to somebody pray in church, and the other is when he is having his neck shaved. - to-da- st . e to-da- y.- -- 4& W S m ,. V. "V 2 . - ' MaKe "" - - " I :t NaVy Li Cjjj1hB' ..jHMflJwijudfci wti',3 gwtf wtle'jaK iU wnnlrl ho a norriof-iia- l Needs Men. the Old Farm iritri . Home. From Louisville. Aiartfcxria tA I smyLL X&r1 Twin Waskcr mlMamfa ' tif0 Y ,VHIm March 26, 1917. Attention of the young tnan- - Seventeen years &go I bought that If you do not get yotrr in bad condi Editor News: hood of the United States is di a farm that was If it will not bean intrusion, I choice in the primary remember tion. 1 began at once to improve by Secretary Daniels to rected that the majority of the voters it for a permanent home. I will step in.for a short talk. the fact that the United States first grubbed and cleaned out It has now been almost six in the'county did get their choice, navy is in need of many thou- all old crooked fence rows, clear- months since I left home to work andjthat all true and loyal citELECTRICAND sands of bluejackets to man the ed briar patches, stopped gullies, for Uncle Sam, and although I izens will sand by the verdict of ENGINE DRIVE new ships and reserve ships of and removed stumps; then put enjoy my work here, these warm, the majority even though they dividing sunshiny days make me long for may be thoroughly convinced the navy which will be commis- in good wire fences, MAKES the farm so as to have stock wat- a trip over the hills-o- f old Adair. that the majority made a bad sioned as rapidly as possible un WASHING EASY Since winter has disappeared, choice. The right of the majorer available in ten different fields der the authority voted to the and pastures. I then built barn the city has taken on new life, ity to rule is the very foundation Swinging Wringer Does AH President by Congress. The au- room for all farm products and and every thing appears to be on of this government-- , and the moLifting thorized strength of the navy is for stock of different kinds a boom. Nearly every back ment that we fail to abide by the Twin Tugs DotheWashinginHalf theTime now 87,000 men; and the Secre-tar- y (mostly cattle) to convert it into yard in the citv has been spaded verdict of the majority, our govFOR SAIJE'BY is in need of upward of 15,- - fertilizer. The manure has been up and will be planted inv veg- ernment is going to crumble and 'spreader. many families xwill fall as did that of ancient Rome. JY etables, and distributed with a Columbia, Ky. 000 to fill out the personnel. supply their tablet, dur- So friends, please preserve I have done lots of rteep plow- doubtless As pointed out by Secretary and keep down ill feelings, ing and. subsoiling and am well ing the summer with vegetables EVERYTHING IN Daniels, enlistment in the navy pleased with results, as it pre- grown upon tne small plot of and all will be well, regandless offers opportunity to take part vents the land from washing ground known as a 'city back of who is nominated. A very severe tornado struck in the first line of defense of the and supports crops through hot, yard. In company with three other New Albany. Ind., last Friday nation in the war emergency ex- dry weather. Lots of cowpeas. isting; and that with the least soy beans and other legumes young men of the city, I took an p. m., and cut a swath through through Jefferson, that prosperous little city about delay. The Secretary looks for- have been used in rotation of auto ride out crops, and the land is steadily Bullet and Hardin counties. I three blocks wide and over two ward with confidence to a speedy found wheat looking fine, mead- miles long. More than two millincreasing infertility. Also Elhvood and American Fence. answer to his appeal for more ows gtfeen, and hundreds of ion dollars worth of property There were a few acres of wet men; and he should not be dis4-was destroyed, 33 persons were land on the farm that had not acres plowed for corn and other appointed. Young patriots cast been plowed for twenty years summer crops. But the thing instantly killed, and over a d others were wounded, many ing about for means of serving and was only growing wild grass. that impressed me most was the CO. road3. I believe that what is of whom the physicians say Incorporated the country can find instant out- I got a carload of drain tile (four 16 Caal iiaket Meei Uelween First and Brook Eighteenth"- street must die. As soon as the. storm let for their public spirit by en- inch) , including Y's for connect- known as the Louisville, Ky. ing arms to main- lines, and af- road in Jefferson county, is the had somewhat ahated, many cittering the( country's service by Louisville made their ter ditches were cut and tile best piece of public road that I izens of way of the navy. carefully laid and covered, it ever traveled over. We stopped way over to the stricken city and Since the authority to increase was pleasing to see the land dry off for awhile at West Point, assisted in rescuing the wounded the enlisted strength of the navy out. Now it is the best land on which is a thriving little town at from the wrecked homes. And was vested in the President by the farm, producing corn, pump- the mouth of Salt river in Har- during Saturday and Sunday county. But as the town more than fifty thousand dollars Congress, much work has been kins and other crops abundantly. din had recently been visited by an Was raised here in Louisville for done toward putting new andre- - There are lots of such land in unusuaj amount of water that the relief of the sufferers. The ships in commission. There the country, supposed by some flooded the streets for several doors of the Louisville hospitals serve Wwm STTmmwrm to be too level to drain; but tile has not been much publicity - in were thrown open to the woundcarefully laid with one-haof days, her enterprising citizens attendance upon this work, but one per cent fall will drain it had been unable to remove all of ed, and the Louisville physicians Secretary Daniels announces that nicely and in future years will the mud from the streets. But I freely contributed their services the increase in enlisted strength repay all expenses, many times imagine that when everything is in alleviating the suffering of the pretty wounded, Dr. Roberts the noted already has reached 6,500 men. over. J. S. Christenbery. In all right West Point is a surgeon, being one of the first to town. A total of upward of 20,000 is Southern Agriculturist. I have had the pleasure of venture over the river after the to be hoped required; and it is Girls' Success with Turkeys. meeting a number of my Columbia-fr- storm subsided. Red Bird, Jr., will make the present season at the fair ground at R. L. Cempbell. iends that the entire country will take here during the past $10.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or its part in providing the remainam a girl twelve years old few weeks, and I hope that none Spring Colds are Dangerous. I mare traded or removed from neighborhood. of my Adair county friends will - Sudden changes of temperature and and want to tell you of my exder needed. Also my two Jacks, Murphey and the Murray Jack, will serve at come and leave without looking underwear' brinjr spring colds with $8.00 to insure a living colt, on same condition as Red Bird, Jr. From New York come3 the perience in turkey raising. stuffed up head, sore throat and gen- Red Bird, Jr., is a good one a great breeder. The Jacks are Last March my grandma sent me up. leral cold sypmtoms. A dose of Dr. word that never since the King's New Discovery is sure relief, well known to be fine breeders. Take your choice, but breed, for I notice that there are an me six Bronze turkey eggs. I War has recruiting this happy combination of antiseptic bringing good money. put them under one of-- mamma's .abundance of candidates down balsa'jas clears the head, soothes the mules and horses are Red Bird, Jr., has never been beaten in a show ring. been so lively in the country's Rhode fsland Red hens. Th'ey there, and learn that a number irritated membranes, and what might DESCRIPTION: Red Bird, Jr., is a dark bay, full 16 hands high, weight metropolis. For the benefit of all hatched. I puf them in a of others are thinking of enter- iiave been a lingering cold js broken up. Don't stop treatment when re1,150 pounds and tarries himself in the most attractive manner. He was handled Louisville young men who are slatted coop with cover for pro- ing the field. Practically every lief is first felt as a half cuied cold is during the season of 1907, by Coffey Bros., of Columbiaj for 30 days, and at the Dr. King's moved tovenlist in the country's tection against ram.' Their first Democrat who has announced so dangerous. Take cold is gone. New Burkesville and Columbia Fairs won everything in his class. At the Columbia your At is my personal friend, and I Discovery till Fair he also won theSweepstakc Saddle Premium for Stallions, Mares and Geld Paull Drug Co. Ad .' defense, it is well .to add that feed was lettuce. Later I fed far, ings, one of the best shows ever made in Southern Kentucky. would be glad to see them all He has provem the average age of the recruits them stale biscuit soaked in Sixty seven of the 153 Indiarf-ian- himself a superb breeder, imparting size, style and fine action to his colts the sweet milk three times a day, win the coveted nomination if it indicted in Federal court accepted at the New York rethat go to make a valuable and attractive horse. with all the leituce they would was possible for them to do so. on charges of election frauds Mi cruiting office is about 19 years. eat once a day. 4 PEDIGREE: Red Bird, Jr., is by Old Red Bird, he by Joe Brown, he I used sweet But since it is not possible for pieaa guncy. by Cabell's Lexington, His first dam by Sallie Wilkes. Lyle Wilkes 4658, by Many applicants are not over 16 oil to kill lice and mites, rubbing them all to win, 1 trust that the Bad Colds from Sudden Changes George Wilkes 519, st dam Lou Coons, by American Clay 34, sire of Granyears old; and others were ac- it on their heads and under their campaign will be conducted in Spring brings all kinds of weather ville 2:26, Maggie Briggs 2:27, the dams of Nutmeg 2:16. Hermit 2:16 2 St. companied by their mothers, necks, being careful not to get such a way that those who must and with it come colds and the revival Valentine 2:1 7, etc.; 2d dam Nokomis, by Mambrino Chief 11, sire of dams of Dr. willingly ac- of wintet coughs and hoarseners. off Piedmont 2:17 etc.; 3rd dam Mrs. Claude, dam of Eriossom 2:30 4 sire who wished to investigate what them too greasy. I kept them suffer defeat, will Bell's head a from atl the dampness I could cept the verdict of the voters, new cold of stop the old one, the of dam of Moquet (4) 2: 0, etc. Bourbon Chief 383, by Mambrino Chief 1 'the" navy had to offer their' chil1st dam Puss, by Grey Eagle. by turning them out after the and then r)ut his shoulder to the soothing balsams relieve the sore throat and heal the irritated tissues. dren in the line of service and Care taken to Prevent Accidents, but no Responsibility Assumed should any dew was off andalways putting wheel and wbrk for the 'election Gteb a bottle and start treatof his successful rival. For a ment at once. At Paull Drug Co. 25c. occur. advancement. them up before rains. split like we had four years ago Formula on Bottle. It is a matter of record that They were growing nicely F none of these mothers refused when about three weeks old a Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money There hawk carried one of Jbem away. permission to .her son. There were wheat, clover and have been no heroics, according I to the New York newspapers, pea fields near and they picked Main. Street 6 & Ttn buttheboys and their parents up most of their feed.x I fed s them bread twice- a day, always . alike recognize the need of putting their pod on a clean The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan standing by the country's honor plank. There is a spring branch AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. . (With Meals) Single. $2 75Rotnis per dar; 2 people. f2 00 each 'v at this timerand each one is se- in about fifty yards from the ", " 50 2 50 " ' Speople, 2 25 " Eingle3 00 " i' 2people. 2 60 MFront Rooms. ....--i riously of a "mind to do vhis or house that supplies them with 'j RoomalWlth Private Bath: ' Single 3 10 per day; 2 people, , 2 75 " 50 Rooms her part in the protection and re- water. Of the five left I have , C&Rooms Single 3 50 per day; 2 people, 3 00 .7. affirmation of American rights in one torn and four hens. Now, I EUROPEAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bat W but withHotand ColdRunnfng Water. 8ingle-.f(WlthoutMeals) 00 per day;,2 people $075 each .. 75Rooms any part of the world whatso feed them corn and wheat .and Single, 1 25 per day; 2 people 1 00 each 50 Rooms Has been the ruin of as many Eyes as any one thing. ' Single, 1 60 per day; 2 people 1 25 each sometimes a mash at morning. ' Front Rooms ....,.., There may be the feeling of a slight inconvenience at ever. No doubt just such a Rooms with Private Bath: They rooet in an open house. I first. You may think, O' they will be alright in a few per day ; 2 peoplo 125ench Single. 1 60 Rooms....... .j ing is widely , experinced in this summer to raise "one hundays. Don't be deceived, if there is ever an eye defect 60 Rooms Single, 2 00 per day; 2 people 150 each at all, you should not rest until a. COMPETENT Louisville, and therefore it is dred. VelraaCjroueh.-f- n Souths THE OLD INH, Louisville, Ky., Cor. 6th and Main Sfs. been consulted. You may save yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in time. assured that this city wilL be well em Agriculturist. Lthe Democracy of 'the county. And so to the voterI would say, rWSSRkh the har-mo- ny F. PA.TTESOISr5 "" m RX)0 NG Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. hun-hre- Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. - 1 - fii lf RED BIRD JR. Spanish-A- merican -- s, als 1 1 1 1-- 1 1 to-da- y, GEORGE COFFEY, Columbia, Ky. LOUISVILLE Beet-wee- HOTEL PUTTING IT OFF - -- Louisville, Kentucky. flO : j : : l DO " CO - Id ably represented The bank deposit tax bill passthe country's first; Jine ed the Kentucky House by ' a . Lbuiayille Times. vote of 65 to 24, in the v Rooms Without lath, $1.00 andup. Rooms With Private Bath, $1.50 up. three-block- The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only a walk to the retail district and theaters. BRYANT & SHIVELY, 's Jewelers and Optometrists " Campbellsville, Ky. - LouisvilleJrioteJland Old Inn Company, Props. A .A I' Ma AMIS eotW & i :r,?-r-vHi . v f" T'rr ri . ha r"T Tfvt r KAt4 W T JIPrTTM .V.n L.-'.i..li- - 1 ' - li,W,ll-Yrrnw'iiiiMiw- HENRY W. DEPP, Am permanently located, in Co lumbia AH ClasNp.sof !& Denfal work dour.. "Crow and Inlay work a tprcialty. All Work (iuaranl-ppVV. Office over G. " Lowe's Shoe Store U residence Phone 13 Business Plioe IS OR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Offi cr front rooms in letmes BTd's up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky Office: Russell Bldg. Res. Phone No. I. James Taylor, Columbia, Ky. M. Will Answer All Calls. kept cleat), you n don't have the lice to contend with. If the temperature i3 kept GREET! near 103 degrees the chicks come out stronjr, and healthy, but a Old Hotel Man Tells How He high temperature will cook the egtr j oik so thf chick can not abGot Back Good Humor, sorb i'. and the chicks will begin dying in a few days. The cellar is the best place to "TANLftG DID IT," HE SAYS set one, as the temperature is more even there than in a build"You're sure looking good these ing above ground. Before set-ti- n days. Where'd you get the smile?" jjir I always disinfect it by That's the way his friends now greet Joseph Kolb, who lives at the Sher- washing thoroughly with hot wood Hotel in Cincinnati. Mr. Kolb water and some good disinfectant. I l?t the lamp burn from 24 to 30 hours before putting in up the the ejers so as to brii-temperature of the machine. I fill and trim lamps every day, and orefer to do it in the morn ing, as that gives me the daytime to watch and regulate in case I do not get the wick turned afe" "TANUI m quartet mum&MtiifrAwm mmmmmmimwnmfflnffl! M. M: Tutt G. R. Reed Fewer Eggs are MJ G TUTT RTTlATi k REED ESTATE required with ING I 3e? H 1 fzs3 JPk, WQ DEAJL.E3RS WDER Offer the following Property for Sale: FARM LAND acres of good lime stone land well watered, good dwelling and out buildings on public road, and in a good neighborhood. Price 84,500.00, one-hacash, the balance on easy terms This farm lies 44 miles S. E. of Columbia, Ky. FARM s 100 acres of the best land in Adair Of county. Good dwelling, 2 good bains and outbuildings, mile from Cane Valley. Price 86,500. FARM Of 3C4acres, 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 140 In many recipes the number of eggs may be reduced with excellent results by using an additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, for each egg omitted. The following recipe is a practical example: Chocolate Sponge Roll cups Sour 2 tablespoons melted shortening teaspoon salt H cup hot water 1 tec ponn vanilla 2eges 2 teaspoons Royal Baking 2 squares melted chocolate Powder Tho old method called for 4 eegs and no baking powder 1M 1 lf cup sugar g DIRECTIONS Sift flour, baking powder and salt together three times. Beat whole eggs. Add slowly sugar, then boiling water slowly; add next vanilla, melted chocolate and melted shortening, wilhoul beating. Sift in dry ingredients, and fold in as lightly a3 possible. Pour into large baking pan lined with oiled paper, and bake in slow oven twenty minutes. When done, turn out on Ja damp, hot cloth, spread with white icing and roll. Booklet ot recipes which economize in eges and other expensive ingredients mailed free. Address ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. 133 William St., New York ju3t right. 85,000. v WELL I DRILLER will drill wells in Adair an adjoining counties. See me be Latest imfore contracting. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give m a Call. J. C Dr. YATES James Triplet! 2JTIST CO. OVER PAUli. DHOG Columbia, Ky. RISH PBONK UB. OKIICIC PHUND fB JOSEPH KOLB. was in the hotel business in Cincinnati for 20 years and is well known all over Ohio and Kentucky; "That's my 'Tanlac Smile' and I got it after Tanlac had built up my n system" is Mr. Kolb's answer. "But I couldn't always smile this way," Mr. Kolb said. "For several years I was bothered by a dropping of mucus in my throat. It madq me 'grouchy' because I couldn't get rid of it. It got on my nerves, too, and kept me awake nights. run-dow- Began Losing Weight. "My stomach went back on me, and naturally I lost my appetite. I couldn't eat much without being sick . afterwards. I suffered from bloating Veterinary Surgeon and Dcnllst and belching gas after eating. I had -- T? P that tired, heavy feeling, too, and it Special atteuticn given Diseases of all Eeemed as if I just had to drag myself around. When I began to cut Domestic Animals down on my meals I started to lose 1 mile of town, on Office at Residence, weight, too, and my friends got worDid it leave you weak, low In Jamestown road. ried about me. spirits and vitality? Influenza is a "One of them suggested that I try catarrhal disease, and after, you rePhone 114 G. cover from the acute Etage much of Tanlac and I did. I am glad to say the catarrh i3 left. This and your Columbia, Ky. that it helped me back to health. I've d got a appetite now and can : weakness iirvlte further attacks. eat anything I want without sufferTobIc Needed is Peruna. Short News Items. ing afterwards. I don't have that First, because it will assist in buildheavy feeling in my stomach after meals. .My food digests without any ! ing up your strength, reinvigorating quickening all Congressman Allen Barcley, trouble and I know it is because Tan- , jour 'igestion and because it aids fuuctio.is. Second, lac has fixed me up. in overcoming the catarrhal condi-- 3 of Paducah, was elected to head Glad to Praise Tanlac. lions, holpirig dispel the inflamma- w UjlViii luo luciiiui ann an vinjvi- Modern Woodmen in the the "I am glad to pass the good word 3 tunity to perform along to anyone who is suffering like year. their functions. State for the next I did. I know Tanlac will do them Thousands have P. H. Callahan, of Louisville, some good. It sure fixed me up. answered the quesThat's why I'm wearing this 'Tanlac tion after grip by tho refused the appointment of Pres- Smile.' " proper use of this great Ionic You L. H. Jones TOWN PROPERTY" I turn he eergs twice a day Nine room two story dwelling and fmri the third to the eighteenth, lot, situated on one of the best res airing them some each dav, then deuce streets in Columbia, near (he square, burn and out, buildings. A leave the incubator closed until very desirable home A bartrtin the hatch is well along or over. (Price on application Alt.-'--r the ha:ch is completed 1 115 Acres of good land in a uood neighborhood, good buildings on pubremove the 'ray and leave the lic road, about 8 miles south of Colurn chicks in the incubator from 24 bia Price $1,600 (H;tr.ain) to 36 bonis, and then I take care riouse and Lot: House with six rooms, good out buildings, good water not to feed too early. and other conveniences, just out of For the first week or ten days town limits. Price S850. House with 9 rooms just out of town I fefd toasted bread and hard two shops, all buildings good, compar-tivelboiled eggs run through the food new. Price $1,900. chopper and sprinkled liberally 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap with fine grit. My most success- residence) lying 3 miles N. W. of Columbia. Price SbOO.OO. ful season I used a tireless brood 8800 for house and lot near the puber and fed the commercial chick lic square, good garden, good well, feed and brats after the chicks barn &c. Desirable place andls worth the monei asked. berin to gro'v. $1,500 for 5SJ acres of land Ijiug 2 miles S W. of I he town of Columbia, Mrs. C. T. Downing, near the Glasgow road, new 5 room In Southern Agriculturist -y 'Effect Have you ever noticed how some houses always have a way of looking better and more attractive than any of the others near them? Analyze this difference, and many times you will find it is due to the fact that these houses are always kept well painted, and in harmonious colors. Upon further inquiry you will also find in a majority of the cases that the paint used is irer rae uod What?' man-size- Ik 1 -- box house, good barn, good well in yard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in cultivation, ballance in timber. cash the balance on time to suit purchaser. 7 acres of good limestone land. room residence, two barus, two Three good springs, one well, one of the best locations in Grady ville. Away from the creek. Price right Farm of 121 acres, 5 miles south of 45 acres bottom, good Columbia. buildings, splendid oachard, well watered. All in high state of cultivation. Price 4,000. 75 acres of land in sight of Columbia, Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres timber, fenced. $50 per acre. Manna's Green Seal Sold By The Jeffries Hardware Store, Columbia, Kentucky. w jjfk ident Wilson to a place on the Tariff Board. It pays $7,500.00 a year. knot Bids on six thirty-fiv- e scout cruisers were received at the Navy department Thursday. Tanlac, the master medicine and reconstructive tonic, is sold exclusively factory. in Columbia, Ky., by J. N. PAGE. THE PERUNA CO. Colcmons, Ohio Other exclusive agents in nearby towns are as follows; .7UKUMW Crocus, Ky., J. P. Miller & Sons. Gresham, Ky., T. C. Moore & Co. SurfutJ.l The Germans are losing ground Cooper, Ky., Coffey Bros. Exie, Ky. L. G. Wilcox. on the Somme front the Associ- Waterview, Ky., Thos.-M- . Allen. ?riesi5tt ion.nif8-K- . Coburg, Ky., C. H. Jarvis. reports. ated Press l5V"MPC29TE23' Olga, Ky., H. E. Loy. Adv. The Missouri Senate has passA. T. Beard, Sheriff,, of Brecked the bill submitting a prohibiHow an Incubator Helps. inridge county, and Miss Sallie friay profit by their experience. liquid or tablet form both safe and satis- treatment. tion constitutional amendment to the voters in the 1918 election. I have two incubators, each of Louisville. At a meeting in Louisville 150 egg capacity. I have used Wednesday the employees of the them about four years antj Have breweries, whiskey houses, been very successful with them. I have a dis-tileri- es, Eoads, Russell County, on Dixie High- -' way. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. saw timber. Price Sl,200. 33 acres 1$ miles from Columbia. 7 acres first-clasbottom, balance fresh land. Four room box house, well w Belle Moorman, were married in tered. Price 8830. s mm ms& FArm in Taylor county Consisting of 209 acres, 100 acres in woodland, 90 acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, dwelling and barn Situated 4 miles south of Campbellsville, on Eobinson creek. Price 83,000. 124; acre farm, 2$ miles S. W. of Dunn ville, in Adair, Casey, and Russell counties, reasonable good buildings, good orchard, good spring, well water, 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, 20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, limestone land, 8600 to $800 worth of N It Always, Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, 1 thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give timber. Price $2,800. 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X Tiie Woman's Tonic a trial. Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut ly trouble. Signs that you need Cadui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, .ailing years. women for more than-fif- ty I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." . For Sale. . s, and 5 rooms, J acre lots, good wells, in the town of Three houses, 7, 6, cooperage plants dnd others, met to organize to fight the great dry movement. State Superintendent of Public Instruction V. 0. Gilbert, has prepared figures showing the cost of education in Kentucky as compared with other States. The school population of Kentucky is 690,980 and the'per capita expenditure is p.lQ, based on the attendance, it is $22.90. The cost of carrying aN pupil through the first eight pjrades is $183.20. . Of this cost, $3,024,554 comes.out of the State funds, the cost per capita being- - $4.37. AO'AIR COUNTY NEWS .00. first-clas6 year old Jack for sale or trade or will farm him to I prefer the incubator to sit- right party. He is a fine breeder and is easy to I also have nice ting hens for several reasons. 2 year old control. heifer with a aheifer Price 81,150. " Jersey principal one is that I "can calf at side 3 weeks old that I will 65 acres timber land near Taylor The county line, 3 miles west of Knlfley.J hatch a lot of chickens as early sell. Both pure bred. 22-miles from pike from Knifley to CampGus Jeffries. as I desire and not have to wait bellsville. Price $650. M. Ribot, the new French for the hen to become broody. If you want to buy or sell it will pay Prime Minister is seventy-fiv- e, you to do business with us, we are sellIt would take ten hens to fljver and von .Hiddenburg, the Ger- ing some and pleasing buyer and sellthe same number of eggs aS(one man General is seventy. er. We also (for private reasons) have other valuable property that we have incubator, and I can give theNin-cubatUnited States foreign trade suffered not advertised but will sell. the necessary attention to the extent of $190,000,"000 in FebDesirable dwelling house and eleven quicker and easier than I xan ruary by reason of the submarine war- - and ninety acres of fare. Columbia, good tend the hens. land in the town of outbuildings and a small tenant house, Insomia. A large number of chicks of goodvorchard and well watered. $3,0Q0.- Indigestion nearly always disturbs the same age can be cared for the sleep more or less, and is often the with the same work that twelve cause of insomia. Eat a light supper or fifteen would take. Jt also with little If any meat, and no milk; Tabeconomizes in hovers. Chicks also take one of Chamberlain's and lets immediately after supper, hatched in the Incubator start see if you do not rest much better. aiiuuiuuiiuuuiiiuuuuuiiui. out free from lice, and if their Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Adv. 2t Columbia, west of Graded School. Price $1,200 each. House and lot on Fair Ground Street with six rooms, good well and outbuildings, all new house wired for lights. Get a Bottle Today I ion Incorporated 164 1UIUS1 or W. J. Hughes & Sons Co. WHOLESALE Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Colui Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for oSfl "l 1 COLUMBIA., KY. J N "3$'&T : 8s. I gfe?9itewwSp; M .&, 3k. WMMMMMh iai Mucoid u- - ai LOCALS. Easter is what is called a movable festival. It is always held on the next Sunday after vernaf full moon with the exception that if the Vernal fall moon should fall "on a Sunday, then, to avoid all conformity with the Jewish practice, Easter is not kept 'till the following Sunday. The vernal full moon is that which either takes place on March 2L or on the next date after March 21. If the vernal full moon falls on March 21 and that day happens to be a Sunday, then Easter cannot he held until April 25, which is the latest date on which Easter can fall, the earliest being MarcH 22. Mr. Eli Bailey, who for many years was a noted fox hunter of the county, is in a very low state of health. He has been an invalid for more than a year and has not been able to leave his home for six or eight montlis. He is seventy-thre- e years old and is a victim of dropsy. When in health he kept a fine pack of dogs, and was ready to run his favorites against any other hunter's hounds in the county. After a race it was interesting to hear him tell an audience how his dogs gave their mouths. He knew the music that each dog made, and it was especially pleasing to him to tell of the different chords. -- Arrfested Upon Some harge. "Mack :saafr-ir- a Hays JCeltner, a young man, was indicted in the Adair circuit court upon a serious, charge, his victim being a 12 year old girl. After theindictment was found, Keltner left the county, going to Illinois. He recently returned, and Sheriff Mitchell learning of his arrival went to his home, arrested and lodged him with 'Jailer Gus Jeffries. His case will be called at the May term of circuit court. time ago RED RAVEN .j-- ooi Corn-Cell- ar Works Wonders You Need It. Registered Chestnut Sorrel Stallion, Ownedby R. H. Price, Recently The Ideal Spring Tonic Brought to Adair. : Everybody Does. & Body Builder. It Will bea Whopper. When completed Sandusky Bros., will have one of the largest and most conveniently constructed gararges in all tills eountry. It will not only be commodious, but attractive. Besides having accommodations for many automobiles, there will be an apartment man. for the machinist and wood-worMessrs. Willis & Murrell will erect the building. They are now making the window frames, etc. The town is, in need of such a building, and Sandusky Bros, are enterprising, and willing to furnish it. It is located on the pike, in the mill district. k - . This celebrated Stallion vill make the season at Mr. R. H. Price's barn, near Columbia. ' There is nota better bred animal in Kentucky. He was sired by Rex Peavine, a horse with a record, known to all stock men. Red Raven is a perfect beauty, the image of his sire. He will serve for $10.00. He is 16 hands high, and his disposition is perfect. - At the same, place Mr. Price will have a fine Jack, perfect in form, and will stand for $6.00. In both cases Mr. Price insures living colts. ' wr jjw .':.& at KW fc r ik t ' R. H. PRICE Therefore, be it resolved 1st That while we recognize our great loss, we realize her gain. 2nd That this society will ever reverence and love her memorv and follow the exam pie she has laid before us. 3rd That the community has lost one of its, best women, the church a faithful member, the society its president and the children a loving and devoted mother. 4th That we tender to her children and nearest relatives our deepest sympathies 5th That these "resolutions be recorded on the Secretary's book and published in The Adair. County News and a copy be sent to her children with the tenderest sympathy of this society. Mrs. Fannie Willis Mrs. Melvin Conover It is the time of the year when Nature Purifies All Things That Grow and Change. It is Important to place your body in healthy condition to stand the change, purity your blood, get the bowels, stomsch, liver, kidneys and bladd in good condition. .;. t, m.-fnnp im Uf vrm i -- t :i ments prevalent during the Spring Season.. A healthy body is' much freer from the risk of contracting disease than an unhealthy one. COM-CEL-SAR L. COM-CEL-SAR DAKOTA JACK The Winning Widow. This popular play was pulled off at the said stock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated by him, C. S. narris, Editor and Mgr. For Sale. Some nice pure bred .Duroc Jersey six characters, four boys and two girls, guilts. Will weigh 160 pounds. and each one acted his or her part to 23-perfection, their expressions and actJ. A., Williams. ing often bringing down the house. fyUIir.ery. Those who participated were Robt, Neat, Frank Callison, Mary Summers," Virginia Pendleton, Pauline Allyne, Ladies everywhere are cordially in- Carrie Grissom. Miss Luella Hoach, vited to see my new line of millinery. one of the teachers, deserves credit Mrs. R. W. Hurt, for the perfect manner in which the Gadberry, Ky. young people were trained. 2t the High School Gym last Friday evening, all the available space in the building being occupied. There were will give you greater capacity for work and pleasure than anything in the way of universal medicine and You know the tremendous advantage possessed by the man or woman cf perfect health over those who are continually half sick or ailing. is composed of 16 Roots and Herbs, Sworn to and subscribed before me makes Three full quarts of medicine, lasts abourt three months, this 27th day of March, 1917. costs only One Dollar and is Legally Guaranteed to satisfy The Purchaser seal: Jo Sr Knifley. or money refunded. Notary Public Adair County, Ky is sold by PAULL DRUG CO., Columbia, Ky., and My commission expires March 8th., dealers in medicines for the nerves, stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood. 192J. Our Science Soap is a pure vegetable oil Soap, made for human skin only, also guaranteed to give satisfaction The 1917 Turkey Crop: or money refunded, 10c a bar. 3 ror 25c. COM-CEL-SAR COM-CEL-SAR 23-2- For Sale. Our Cowboy Liniment, as used in the west by Ranchmen, Cowboys, Scouts it be an improvement on that and Indians for pain, sprains, bruises burns, etc, gives immediate relief. 25c and of 191fi, or will we continue in the old 50c bottles. rut? Twenty-fiv- e per cent of our farmers CJLL CO'S., have attained fine success, DAKOTA ItEMEDY CO. Fifty per cent.. will register medium Will PA 3729-3- 1 DHUG JACK-WHITE-MOON- Columbia, ky. LOTJISVrXJE, KY. Wars Begin in April. to common. Twenty-fiv- e per cent, are growing scalawags, not fit for the dump. Stock turkeys should have been selected early in December. If you neglected yours, do not lose another day; If possible, get four hens and a large boue torn with a large foot, the larger the better. The object in so many hens is plenty of eggs to set early, and eggs to sell to your neighbors after (incorporated) WEST BROADWAY One genuine Gas or Kerosene EnSuperstitious people, and some who gine, 8 H. P., and guaranteed for 5 years. Also one genuine French Burr are not superstitious but merely observing, are pointing to the fact that Gristmill, 16 inch burrs. with the exception of che war with G. M. Brown, Creelsboro, Ky. England in 1812 every foreign war in t which the United States has been inA Business like Business School. volved started during the month of April. The war of the Revolution began April 16, 1775 Concord and LexThere is one school in ttie state that ington. The war at with Mexico began has no vacations but, like Tennyson's April 24, 1846. War was declared brook, it goes on forever, the Bow- against Spain, April 21, 1898. Now. in ling Green Business University, at order to add force to this statement, Bowling Green. A student can enter let it be considered that the Civil at any time he desires. War began with the Fort Sumter attack Apiil 12, 18G1, and the Black South Carolina Falls in Line. Hawk War, the greatest conflict with Indian forces, began April 2Xy 1831. Kentucky started a bigger thing The first of April is here. than she knew when she started the MaKing Good. campaign against illiteracy. The South Carolina Legislature has just created an Illiteracy Commission to Mr. B. T. Harding, of Campbells-villstamp out illiterrcy from that State. who is the State's attorney for First, tried moonlight schools out in the Tenth Judicial district, is making a few counties and found they could "a very efficient officer, and since he wipe out illiteracy. Now they are gowent into office has made many friends ing at it in earnest. in the counties of Green, Taylor, Marion and Washington, the ones that Marriage Licenses. comprise the district. The writer has known him at his home and also in The following marriage licenses Eastern Kentucky for many years, were issued from the Adair County and never had a doubt as to his abilClerk's office during the month of ity as a lawyer. In Williamsburg March: where he spent five or six years, he "Rurel Curry to Mamie Bean. commanded a lucrative practice. PosJ. C. Holcomb to Bertha Barr. sessing a genial disposition, he makes G. W. Lowe to" Frona Faulkner. friends wherever he goes. A Sunday-schoE. D. Roberts to Sophia Wheeler. scholar under Washington, his Bay Strange to Gladys Jones. training lias taught him to drift with Finis Bault to Annie Bowen. tile best. Arthur Sparks to Hattie Chapman. 21-3e, ol Mrs Ethel Conover Dora Young Eilie Conover Committe. -- (t For the season of 1917 1 will offer for public service Statement of the Ownership, agement, Circulation' etc., ManRe- quired by the Act of August 24, 1912. Of The Adair County lews published weekly at Columbia, Ky., for Apr. 1, 1917. State of Kentucky, I f County of Adair. Before me, a Notary Public, in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared C. S. Harris, who, gg having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the Editor, publisher and business manager of the Adair County News and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a.true statement of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publicationfor the date shown in the above caption, required by the act of August 24, 1912, embodied infection 443, Postal Laws and Regulations, 1. That the name and address of the nublislier. editor, managing edi tor, and business manager is: to-wi- t: NAME OF P. O. ADDRESS The City Cemetery. Decoration Day will soon roll round, d?.te, there is some necessary work to be done in the City of the dead. It is in fairly good condition, but the graves of those whose friends have long since removed to other localities, have been neglected and should be looked after. In order to do that a committee should be named, by those in authority, to notify the absent ones, and, in our judgment, it would be given word to spend a little money, whice would be sent in to put the neglected graves In good condition. TUe trouble with the living is that the dead are too soon forgotten. but before that due-tim- e A Close Call. Rev. G. P..Dillon, who is a popular Methodist minister, was dangerously ill last week. At the time he was stricken he was visiting a sick brother at Summer Shade, Metcalfe county. The physicians decided that he was afflicted with appendicitis, and he was conveyed to an infirmary in Glas gow where he underwent an operation. For hours his life hung upon a thread, bub he finally rallied, and is now improving. Rev Dillon was part ly educated in Columbia, and his lany friends here will be glad to jam of Ws ultimate recovery. He is ler of Mr. G. W. Dillon, of ng, this county,' and Mr. Tom Campbellsvllle. y ColuiribiaKy. Mrs. C. S. Harris, Prof. A. n. Ballard has accepted the 3. That known "bondholders, agency for the Delco-LigEngine mortgagees the and other security holdwhich in reality is a labor saving ers, owning or holding 1 per cent., or for the farmer and the farmer's more of total amount of bonds, mortUradyville. wife It will not only light the res- gages or other securities are: idence, but all the farm buildings. A (If there-arnone so state.) None. A new 'telephone line from this well lighted home puts life in the in4. That thetwo paragraphs next place to Keltner, has just been commates, as reading without difficulty and work after dark is done with above, giving the names of the own- pleted. Quite a number of homes are ' pleasure. Furthermore the house ers, stockholders, and security hold connected on the new line. wife will have power to do her churn- ers, if any, contain not only the list of Rev. W. C. Christie and wife, in ing, washing and the pumping of wa- stockholders and security holders as company with Rev. Shirley, of Coium- ter. The Delco-Ligh- t Engine is sim- tney appear upon .the books or tne bia, and L. W. Willis, of this place. ple and safe A boy ten years-olcan company, but also, In cases where "the attended the Quarterly meeting, at operate it The Engine can be seen stockholder or security holder appears Maple Hill last Thursday, In News, and the meantime upon the books of the company as Mr. recer uompcon, or jbasu com! Prof. Ballard will show you how it op- trustee or in any other fiduciary re- munity, who has been in a critica erates if you will call upon him, on lation, the name of the person or cor- condition for several weeks with a poration for whom such trustee is act- complication of troubles, is improving water street, where he has one ing, is given; also that the said two at this t)me paragraphs contain statements emRollln Keltner bought two. yearling bracing affiant's full knowledge and Resolutions of Respects. mules from Mr. Henson, Qf he Stotts belief as to the circumstances and concommunity, for $210, one day last week. ditions under which stockholders and Died, on the 22nd, a granddaughter pleased our Heavenly- security holders who do not appear upWhereas, it hath -Father in his infinite wisdom to on the books of the company as trus- of J. H Sneedr with measles and fever. remove from ourmidst our beloved tees, hold stock and securities in a Mrs. Bettie Dowell celebrated the and honored President, Mrs.. Ellen capacity other than that of a bona fifty-fift- h anniversary of her husband, Holladay, we deem It a duty to. bear fide owner; and this affiant has no Mr. T; W. Dowell, on the 17th. Sevtestimony to.her many excellent qual- reason to believe that any other per- eral of their faiends and relatives were ities as a devoted and earnest son, association, or corporation has present, the occasion being a very en any interest direct in or indirect in I joyable one. ht 2t ap-arate -- Pub. The Adair County News Co. Columbia, Ky. Editor, C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. " " Mgr. Ed., C. S. Harris " " Bus. Mgr. C. S. Harris (Give 2. That the owners are: names and addresses of individual DELCO-LIG- HT. owners, or, if a corporation, give its name and the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 Complete Electric Light and per cent, or more of total amount of stock.) Power Plant, for he Use of The Adair County News Co. the Farmers of Adair. C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. . W. E. Harris, Columbia, Ky turkeys corn, it's too hard to digest. that they have a good range. Insects are the finest feed of all for half N grown birds. When fall arrives with its cool nights begin at once to increase amount of feed by giving a warm mash composed of shorts or bran and meal mixed, in the morning, and corn at night as it furnishes a great deal of heat, keeping the birds warm and increasing their fat. Corn feed in the morning is bad as it causes sluggishness and they will not take the. exercise necessary to' keep them healthy. Never give them pepper as it irritates the intestines When rounding them for market give all the corn they will eat. and on 't sell until they are thoroughly fattened. Such turkeys will pay twice as much for corn as any other one thing raised on the farm. Eemember, we do not buy toms under 13$ pounds; hens, 8 pounds; and they must be strictly fat. Poor, scrawny, turkeys ara not wanted at any price. They are absolutely worthless. This Is prepared by our expert turkey breeder and handler. S. H. Grinstead & Co., Inc., 22-Lebanon, Ky.. See are throug"h setting. If you will secure a torn north of the unio river, your cnances or success will be greatly improved as he will not be akin to your hens. Eemember, the earlier the birds are hatched the better. Don't set to hatch later than June 10. Don't feed for 24 or 30 hours after hatching, then give dry feed (the yolk of hard boiled eggs is the best of all feed) Keep the young birds in a warm, dry place until they are several days old'. .Corn dough is a dangerous feed as it sours and causes intestinal disease. Cooked feed is the best. Never give the young you Ball Chief 3806, A. S. H. R. At $20.00 to insure a living colt. DESCRIPTION:-Ba- U Chief, in color is a rich red chestnut, star and snip, right hind pastern white, 7 years old. 1G hand high, has fine head and beautiful lone slender tapering ars. ha3 an extremely lone thin blady neck, that comes out . of hi3 perfectly formed withers in faultless fashion and tapers perfectly to his beatiful head in which are sot a pair of large clear expressive eyes. He has a high well set natural ) tail, which he carries at all times to suit the most fastidious. He has a good short back and a most excellent set of feet and legs. He is nicely broken and gai ted. and goes all the gaits in a most attractive manner. While he has not been extremely shown, yet. he has contended for honors in some of the best congregations of show horses and hi3 many winnings are proof of hi3 powers -- - .to meet the requirements in the. best show ring3. As a breeder he is in the front rank, transmitting to his get, form, size, style and manner of going that are his characteristics and which make, not only the show animal, but the general utility horse the horse that will always live in the fancy of men and perform the service in that manner that wiU command a fancy price. , BALI. CHIEF has for hi3 sire the champion Montgomery Chief lptjl. by Bourbon Chief-976- , by Harrison Chief 1606, he by Clark Chief. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900, by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd d am Jnella C. by JeweU Denmark 70, he by Washington Denmark 64 3rd dam Dew Drop, by Artist 75. 4th dam 4by Cabell's Lexington. He has proven himself a breeder of high-clas- s and is In every way worthy of your careful con-- " sidcration. . d I am prepared to take care of marea sent to me from a distance, at actual cost of feed. In all cases money Is due and must be paid when mares are bred to other stock, traded, , parted with or removed from neighborhood without my consent. All stock will receive our personal at tenUoo, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but Will not be responsibl e should any occur. to-day- 's C. D. Cheatham. Phone 157 Columbia, Ky. V- - t J ns -- " W. L. Grady sold, one day last week, Last Saturday a number of the citl-zeto Jones & Toble, of Sulphur Well of our town and community, v ith section, a young Jack for a fancy wagons and teams, put the day in on price. He certainly was a fine one. the Columbia road, leading out from Rev. Bush, of Columbia, rilled his this place which was very badly nd-ed- . As the good work on the road regular appointment here last Satur has begun, we trust it will nob cms day and Sunday, with very interesting, until we have a road that will be half 1 way passable if no other way. discourses. - . -- 1 . , - Jt -