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RASNER Candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action Of the Republican party, as ex- a pressed at the August primary. Personals. Mr. Selden Baker, Amandayille.was here Thursday. Miss Catherine Nell is about over a siege of mumps. Mrs. J. W. Coy Jjas been improving for several days. Miss Golda English has returned from Bowling Green. . Mr. B T Marshall, Campbellsville, was here last Friday. Dr. O. S. Dunbar and little daught- er, Lebanon, were here Sunday. Mr. J. P Patteson returned from a business trip to Louisville last week. Mr H. M". Noe, Stanford, made a business trip to Columbia last Thursday. Mr. Sam Goldstein, of Louisville, visited in Columbia several days of last I. Ingram was in Louisville and Cincinnati this week, purchasing goods. Mr. John Russell, of Virginia, is spending a few weeks with Mr. C. S. week. Mr. W. Harris. Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Claycomb left last Wednesday, for their Jiome in Princeton, Ky. Mr. Geo. B. Miller, Louisville, was here the middle of last week, looking after his trade. Mrs. T. E. Jeffries, quite to be improving. who has been sick for several days, is thought Mr. Strong Hill, Gradyville, and Air. Arvest Hill, this place, were in LouisyJUe last week. Mr. Roy Walker and Mt. A. D. Pat- teson went to Louisville Saturday to see Mrs. J. O. Russell Mr. E. G. Wethington, of Casey county, came down last week, to look after Iris business here. Mrs. Ella Staples, mother of Mr. L. W. Staples, who was quite sick for two weeks, has recovered. Mr. Leo Baldauf, of Louisville, visited at the home of his father-in-law- , Mr. Sam Lewis, last week. Mr. Luther Williams was in Louisville last week, and purchased goods for his store at Montpelier. Mr. W. I. Ingram spent several days of last week, looking over his farms, located near Knifley. Mrs. Fred Myers left Friday morning for Toledo, Ohio, where Mr. Myers is engaged in business. Mrs. Ernest Flowers, who has been quBte sick, is much better and the indications point to an early recovery. Mrs Bean, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bault, is lying critically ill at her home, Knifley, this coun- ty. Dr. C. M. Russell accompanied Mrs. Frank Sandusky to Louisville last week, the latter to consult a specialist. Miss Jennie Garnett, who has been sojourning in Missouri and Florida for several months, returned home last Thursday. man- -' Mr. Hugh Webb, the coca-colufacturer, Campbellsville, was here a few days ago, en route home, from Russell Springs. Mrs. Mattie Taylor, mother of Dr. James Taylor, returned from an extended visit to East Fork, Metcalfe county, last week. Mr. E. W. Reed Is a little better a than he was last week, but he t quite feeble. When warm days come he hopes to get out. Mr. John Breeding, who is quite an old gentleman, a soldier in -- the civil war, is in a very low state of health is-ye- v -- near Knifley. Mr. John Lee Walker was in Louisville, last week, to see his aunt, Mrs. J. O. Russell, who "remains very sick in the Deaconess Hospital. Mr. R L. Campbell, of Dirigo, this county, who is in the revenue bus- iness, and recently located at Louisville, was at home a few days ago. Mr. Matthew Taylor, who lives at Glenville, and who has been quite sick at the home of his daughter, MrB. "Bruce Taylor, this place, is Improv- at his home, 'Eld. Z. T. Williams, wastaken quite "sick at prayermeeting last Wednesday night and was conveyed homo. Thursday morning he was bled by Dr. N. M. Hancock, and was greatly relieved. Mr. C. S. Harris returned from Flois. Ida last Tuesday, accompanied by his father, Mr. A. W. Harris,, who will Bpend the spring and summer here. He Is quite an old gentleman, but he says the trip from Florida to this pube did not worry him. t Day"set by the Graded School here this year, has for "Go to Sunday-SchoThe examination for Common School Mr. Clint Smith, who died in thl3 Sunday-SchoAssocs answered-hicountry's call and has the Kentucky will b8 realized. It will be the Diploma will be held at the County place a few weeks ago, carried a policy joined the army. It is also reported iation Superintendent's office, the that Dr. O. P. Miller has tendered his fourth aunual day-o-f the vkind. It is Friday and Saturday on May second of one 'thousand dollars, in favor of in llth his wife, in the order of Modern corps. said that the first one in this State services to a Louisville medical started a movement that nearly every and 12th Fee and regulations same Woodmen. Soon after Mr. Smith's death the necessary blanks were filled 1 keep oa hands, a full stock of State has -- taken up. The asocjation as for Teachers' Examination The examination for white teachers and sent to the proper officials. A coffins, caskets, and robes. L also keep for Kentucky, will conduct a vigorous! Metallic Caskets.and Steel Boxes and publicity campaign to make the next will be held at the Graded School draft for the full amount was received two hearses. We keep extra large the greatest day of its kind in Ken Building on the third Friday and Sat- last Saturday morning by Mr. J. C. urday in May. 18 and 19, beginning at Strange, who is the clerk of the local caskets. Prompt service night or day. tucky.' 8:30 d. m. Tablets will be furnished organization, and the same delivered phone 198T Residence Phone 29, office Elwood Harris, of Franklin, Ky., at the building at 5sts each. to Mrs. Smith The settlement was 45-- 1 yr J F. Tripte&t, who was born and partly reared in made in nineteen days after death. Tobias Huffaker,-Sup- t. Columbia. Ky. the dwelling where Mr. A. G.Todd, Such quick action commends this fraMr. Frauk Garrison, who is a very now lives, this place, Is the owner of ternal order. Combest- - Ellis. years old. The hen reliable"gentleman, has taken a posi- a hen twenty-fiv- e tion In the post office. Mr. Jas. Rus- commenced laying early as a pullet, The May American Magazine. about 11 sell, who has been connected with the and for a quarter of a century she has r Last Sunday morning here, at iutervals, for more laid an egg daily in the season when o'clock, Mr. Edgar Ellis and MissLeu-ell- a a The May American Magazine conCombest, accompanied by Mr. Althan a quarter of a century, assists notengaged in sitting or rearing brood. Mr. Harris is a son of Josiah bert Bryant and Miss Alice Conover, tains a number of excellent and stimwhen necessary. He too, is very acHarris, who was a merchant in Co drove to Columbia, and were quietly ulating articles. " commodating. 'Among them are- - "Looking Both lumbia for many years. married by Eld. Z. T. Williams. Those who want flower pots call at The bride is a daughter ef Mr and Ways from Forty," by Irvin S. Cobb; T. E. Waggener's. Mr. Sam Long, who livesa few miles As we stated last week, the State Mrs. James Combest, of the Ozark "A Great Business Man With a Wonfrom Jamestown, and Miss Aliena Board of Equalization raised the farm section, and is a fine young lady poss- derful Memory," an account of James I have two Jersey heifers for sale. Morrison, daughter of Mr and Mrs. of Adair county 10 per cent. essing a host of friends in the commu- A. Farrell, president of the U. S. W. F. Cartwright R. M. Morrison, Tvho reside in the lands We further stated that Mr. Gordon nity in which she resides. The groom Steel Corporation, by B. C. Forbes. . suburbs of Jamestown, eloped to InBorn, to the wife of Jo. M. Reed, diana recently where they were mar-rie- Montgomery and Mr. Walker Bryant is an industrious young man who has The fiction Is equally good. "Fanhad gone to Frankfort and would ap- many friends. May happiness and ny Herself" is continued by Edna Eunice, this county, April 15, 1917, a It isH- popular couple and they pear before the Board, showing that prosperity 12 pound son. Mother and baby doing attend them through life Ferber and "Cinderella Jane" is conhave the best wishes of many friends. Avell. the raise was unjust. They returned cluded by Marjorie Benton Cooke. last Wednesday night and reported Mr. Rheu Montgomey Sucumbs. This is one of the best) issues of Merrett Dohoney, who was Lweoty-nin- e Buff Orpington eggs 50 cents per that they had succeeded in getting The American Magazine published in years old, a son of Mr. and Mrs. setting from a fine laying strain G. A. Dohoney, died at the home of the raise reduced to o per cent, which Last Sunday night, April 15, about months Mrs. T. B. Phelps. will be a great saving to the taxpay" 7:30 his parents, in Lebanon, Monday of o'clock, Mr. Rheu Montgomey, county. Mrs. Corilla Hindman Dead. who was born and reared in Adair Persons who have examined the last week. His remains were carried ers of the to Washington county for burial. county, and who had been living in peaches, pears and plums, 'say that Lost A red fountain pen only a small per cent, has been killed. The father of the young man was born Columbia for more than twenty years, Edgar Harris. The subject of this mention died in and reared near Columbia and has died at his home on the street leading Denlson, Texas, Saturday, the 7th I have two extra Jarge mare work many relatives in Adair. Call on Durham & Hurt at the Grin-stea- d to the Fair Grounds. He was a vic- inst,, her remains reaching Glaigow, L. D. Keene, mules for sale. tim of a goiter and had been a sufferer for burial the following Monday. The Poultry House for Fertilizer. 24-Irene, Ky. Mr. Morgah Brents, who many for many months before his demise. deceased was twice married. " 25-Her years ago, was about Coyears old last Janu- first husband was Thomas Carter, He was sixty-siMillinery. N. T. Mercer sold to Phelps Bros., lumbia, died at the home of his sisresary, and was a peaceable-citizen- , who in his life time was a prominent " s last Wednesday, one hog that brought ter, Mrs. Ed N. Caldwell, Glasgow, pected by all" who knew him. He merchant of Glasgow. Her last husLadies everwhere are cordially in- leavtsa wife and three sons, Mont., of $53.30. Mr. Mercer is some town far? last Tuesday night. He was fifty band was Lieutenant Governor J. R. mer. years old and was found dead in bed. vited to see my new line of millinery. Lebanon, who is connected with the Hindman, who died in this place about Mrs. R. W. Hurt, He was a nephew of the late Haden L. & N. R. R. Co., Nolan, whose home five years ago. The deceased leaves r I want to sell or trader good work Trigg, who was the wealthiest man in Gadberry, Ky. 0 is in Illinois, and Byron, who is in the one son, Jo Carter, who makes his mare. She drives well. Barren county, a banker. revenue service, all three being at the home in California, and two sisters, Bessie Shearer, Columbia, Ky. Eggs for Hatching. bedside when the end came. The Mrs. Nat Terry, of Glasgow, and Mrs. 24-While work is being pushed on the services were conducted late C. R. Sheetz; of Algona, Iowa. The Full stock Light Brahmar eggsSl Monday afternoon, a large number of pike from Jamestown to Sewellton, in Columbia deceased was Mrs. Eliza Conover, who bought a nothing is being done to complete the per 15. Call and see my chickens. friends being present. The interment where she spent two years of her life. 3 acre lot from Dave Beard, in Cane 'N. B. Kelsay, pike from the county seat to Russell was in the city cemetery. This town Valley, is now having a handsome res- Springs. 24-- tf Columbia, Ky. There is a little hitch, it is extends its sympathy to the stricken Mr. G. T. Rasner a Candidate. idence erected upon it. presume this piece of said, but-wfairiily. Students from 29 States. will be completed this spring The examination for colored teach- work Greatest Battle of War. Mr. G. T. Rasner, who has been and summer. It is very important to ers will be held at the Graded School It is refreshing to know that twenty-ntwo towns that this road be comfeeling his way for several months, anBuilding on the 4th Friday and Sat- the states of this Republic send ine candidacy for Jailer in pleted urday in May, 25 and 26. London, April 12 That the Araasj nounces his students to the great Business UniNews, subject to the action Tobias Huffaker, Supt. versity, at Bowling Green. Mam- conflict will develop shortly into the It comes to this office that Hon. moth" Cave is not the only attraction greatest battle of the war was the of the Republican party. Mr. Rasner twenty The latter part of last week families Lilburn Phelps, a prominent lawyer in our state by any means. prediction made by Maj. Gen. F. B. became a citizen of Columbia years ago and during all that time he great of Jamestown, who is a .Republican of Columbia got busy and a Maurice, chief director of military abiding and has favored many gardens were put in. Every candidate to represent Russell and operations at the War Office, in his has been law For Sale. every enterprise that had for its proCasey in the next Legislature, will foot of ground should be cultivated. weekly interview with the Associated motion the advancement of Adair have no opposition in the primary. Fifteen shoats, from 50 to 90 pounds Press county. He, at all times, has been f Mr. A. O. Taylor has bought a He is a very capable gentleman, served and one sow and seven pigs, spw about" Gen. Maurice declared the present interest in the stock of goods of in the House in the 1914 Legislature 175 lbs and pigs 30 lbs or better, pigs British offeusive w?s being conducted loyal to the Republican party, supthe Paull'Drug Company, and is now and was on a number of the most im- 3 months old. Anyor all of above for according to plans completed in Feb- porting Us nominees in every contest, is not askat his place of business. He is a reg- portant committees. sale, worth the money to quick buyer. ruary, thereby controverting the and he feels at this time it ing too much of his friends to solicit istered pharmacist. John W. Butler, claims of the Germans that their retheir support in this contest. Some Our people will be glad to learn Herellne, Ky. treat had upset the British schedule years ago he was a candidate for the Wheat is very scarce in Adair coun that Dr. W. A. Ganfield, President of and that the Teutonic military auty, hence the mills are going to ex- Center College. Danville, will again same position, but was defeated in a A Great Kentucky School. thorities control the situation. perience difficulty in getting in enough visit Columbia in July. The instinominating convention by a small maThe British losses during the first jority. He is going to use his utmost before the new crop comes in to sup- tute will meet on the 30th,pf that Time Was when it wasnecessary for two days of the offensive were only ply home demand for flour. month, and on Tuesday night the 31st, Kentucky boys and girls to journey half what they had been in the cor- endeavors to.win in the coming prihe. is to be here and address the teach far to find a good business school, but responding time in the Somme offen- mary, and he will be truly thankful Sam Burdette recently sold two ers and community in general. Our now Kentucky claims the best there for the support and influence of his . Gen. Maurice' declared. pair of mules. The first pair brought people were so edified by hinr, while is in this country, the'Bowling Green sive, friends. The office of Jailer is very 8307.50, the second pair $450. He also here, last week, his coming will be Business important, and he promises, that Bowling University, at Put Your Order In Now. sold mule for $180, and twenty-f- hailed with delight. should he be nominated and elected, Green. our to make a faithful official. He will cattle at $35 per head. We learn from a representative of this trying time, not knowing To the People of Columbia and the Buchanan Lyon Company, who endeavor to canvass all the precincts In of the county before the primary, and Surrounding Community. The Oliver tax bill has been signed what is in the future, bub the indicahandle the Ford machine that they all efforts in his behalf, upon the part by the Governor. An effort will now tions pointing to hard times and high expect to experience a great deal of We extend our sincere thanks and annoyance this spring and summer by of his friends, will be duly appreciated. be made by Its opponents to get it be- prices for all manner of food stuff, it fore the people by petition. It is said behooves every farmer and every gar- hearty appreciation to our friends and the failure to get cars shipped immethat Western Kentucky is solidly dener to plant seed in every available neighbors for their kindness and gen- diately after an order goes in There REPORT OP THE CONDITION foot of ground. Flour is soaring, erous assistance rendered during the is such a demand for the Ford car against the measure. OF THE "' cents per illness and deatli of our wife and that it is going to be impossible to t meat from 22 to thirty-fiv- e We learn that a daughter of Mr. pound, and the prices of all other ed- mother. have them manufactured as rapidly as Marion Antle and family. Charles Mann while crossing Greasy ibles sky high. It is certainly time to the trade demands From what we creek, near Wooldridge Mill, in Rus- plow and plant. gather there are several persons in Co Doing Business at Casey's Highly Enjoyable. sell county, was thrown from her lumbia and quite a number who live Creek, Countyof Adair, was Mr. Elmo Strange has a freak of horse and drowned. Her-boout in the county, who expect to buy Mary Chandler's class in ex- machines this season, and our advice A few days ago Miss nature at his home. not found lor several hours ' State of Kentucky, one of his hens left her .nest with a pression, Campbellsyille, gave two to them is, give the Buchanan Lyon on Mrs. Lucy A. Farris, who was the brood of chicks. One of them has plays at the Alhambra theatre last Company an order now, and by so do At the Close of Business widow of John Farris, died at Vester, four perfect legs, and seems tc be Wednesday evening. The News-Jou- r ing your machine will be booked and the I Oth Day of Apr., 1917 this county, la.st Tuesday night at 10 healthy. This is something out of the nal wrhes as follows concerning it: will arrive as quickly as possible. years ordinary, though you occasionally hear n o'clock. She was RESOURCES The first on the program was a play This Local firm caters to the trade of old, and was a victim of consumption. 85 640 60 of a freak of this character. Mr. entitled "The Tramp's Convention " Adair county, and makes it a point to Loans and Discounts 4 00 Interment, Wednesday afternoon. Strange had the chick on exhibition There were fourteen characters, and notify their customers when bargains Overdrafts, secured, and Unsecured 7 802 02 DuefromBanks last Wednesday, and it was examined all played their parts well. The jokes are in sight. Remember that if- - you Cash on hand 2 998 42 G. W. Lowe and his prize band of and specialties were new and I 477 IT contemplate buying" a Ford, it will be Checks and other cash items. . . . county by,quite a number of our people. Cane Valley Ky., now booking and of the kind that made the to your interest to get in communica- Banking House, Furniture and Fairs, season 1917. A musical organi2 560 00 Fixtures zation of national reputation. F,or The May Woman's Home Com audience laugh from start to "finish. tion with the Buchanan Lyon Com- - Other Real Estate . During the intermission, the piano pany, Carap'bellsvllle, Ky., or Sandusterms and date address, 130 480 21 Total p'anion. duet bv Misses Vera Colvin and Vir kv Bros., uoiumma Jiy. inis last G. W. Lowe, LIABILITIES ginia Gowdy could not be surpassed named firm, who work in conjunction Capital Stock paid In. In Columbia, Ky. Box 248, Next on the program was with the Buchanan Lyon Company, 15 000 00 Fn tlie May Woman's Home Com auywhere cash 3 000 00 the play entitled "The Clancy Kids," are now building a large garage in Co- Surplu3Fund A. series of meetings started at the panionire a number of unusual short presented by the young girls. This lumbia for the purpose of storing ma- Undivided profiU less tax and e Unified Brethren church last Sunday stories including "Jennie," by Zona 1662 34 pensespaid res - 80 817 87 night. Rev Allen Dunkelberger, of Gale; "The Bachelor. Who Lived by cast is hard to beat and of which our chines, keeping them in Deposits subject to check Dayton, Ohio, is assisting the pastor. Himself," by Temple Bailey; "The age little city can boast the best to be pair, an experienced machinist ' being S0 4S0 21 Total.. ..k . He preached his first discourse to a Limit," by Juliet Wilbor Tompkins found in the State of Kentucky. in their employ. STATE-OKENTUCKY J V Set County op Adaib The firm of Buchanan Bypn'Compa-n- y very large congregation, all present and 'The Twillghr oi1 Dubiety," by All plajed their roles as professionals, and we hope to see them present anr besides handling cars, have bought VeMc-C- . Qoodeand T, O. Morton, President Shlpp. ut- - Margaret Busbee evidently deeply interested in bis do , an unusually, large stock of buggies, and Cashier af the above named Bank,truesolemn terances. It was a plain, Gospel dis Sicily Ann." a novel In two parts, is other play in thenear future. to th It ffear 'that the above statement la of farm machin- best of oar knowledge and belief. The music rendered by Miss Emma wagons, and course, delivered in a forceful manner. concluded in this Issue by Hunnie . ,. Mc C. Goode, President. Black and the sffeet voices "were en- ery, harness, etc., which they propose The meeting will probably continue Heaslip Lea. T. O. Morton, casfiler. profits. Among the-- special articles are joyed by the entire audience, and all to sell at short days. Services at 2:30 each af n ten Subscribed .present spent a delightful evening.-Th- e When in Campbellsville see Buchan day o,AprU-191- and sworn to before ma this 14th; and at7:30 in the evening. The ,SnakeslnIreland," by Margaret an Lyon Company; When in Columbia house was filled to its fullest Address 381 Fourth Ave., New "MY'commiflsion. expires Feb. Ui 1913, choir is rendering good music. All see Sandusky Bros. Notary Public, . j YoikCibyN. Y. , peoplesure cordially Invited r -- that Prof. W. M. If 1,000,000 persons attend Sunday Sweets, of Louisville, who taught in Schoofin this State on May 6, the goal It is reported here Examinations. Proptmly Paid. his city a few hours last Saturday He has changed but little since he left Columbia, the marks of an Adair county man being plainly visible. Mr. J. E. Gowdy, of Campbellsville, who had the misfortune to get one of his hips broken, several months ago, was in Columbia meeting his many friends a few days since. He has not discarded his crutch, but thinks by the middle of August the fracture will be thoroughly well. He is now looking after his stave business in this 'and Taylor county. A born gentleman, a fair and courteous dealer, his Adair county friends are at all times glad to meet; him. He was accompanied to Columbia by Mr. R. J. Lyon, who is known as the live wire of the Buchan- -' an Lyon Company. ol ol ' -- , post-.ottlc- e e. - 3t 2t well-know- n x 23-2- well-know- n 2t ' al well-know- n to-day- js to-da- y. one-hal- -- FARMERS BANK dy fifty-seve- -- first-clas- "Re-ente- -- all-kin- w -- ter-noo- De-lan- d. A f V -- '" . t COUNTY . TfWTirTi"MnTf " .. riirrTaar'tj i'ni fj ci , !BBfi2ADlAIt fTr r i COTmWKNfiWB' mXT-.zr-xz.?- 'Tiir . lriiTTfr t n : ; -- - 1T THE' ADAIR HEWS This is the biggest convibt jail-i- n Russia and contained 12,000 ordihiWIshcd Every Wednesday nary criminals and about 500 po 1YTIE -s- entenced Adair County News Company litical prisoners, mostly to life 'Katroga,' the se(Incorporated.) verest form of Russian punishCHA&. S, HARRIS, Editor. ment short of death," he said. Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest "I spent the first five years Mn of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair probation class, the sad adjoining counties. with hands and feet manacled as Becond Entered at the Columbia and chained to a wheelbarrow class mall matter. which I had to take everywhere. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR In addition I was repeatedly flogged by order of the governor, WED. APR. 18, 1917 during the absence of his chief, ordered daily flogged for his own ANNOUNCEMENTS. satisfaction.,. "After our release we learned . We are authorized to announce the following that the Assistant Governor, on Candidates subjecy to the action of their respective parties: getting the news of the revolution, declared that he would give For County Judge. a farewell flogging, 'in order to Republican WALTEB S. SINCLAIR. s Democrat KINT MONTGOMERY. for sweet prepare my so-call- - Post-offi- co 4mP bv the Red Side Wall SSs&r ' Sy nrr V. ' i 5 ,1""" Sir m& " V? "Fl Xf Sm mS mdf BM w 23 KaBHP Blackire jail-bird- I - W. G. ELLIS Republican E. L. SINCLAIR. liberty.' " A girl who had been exiled to Foil County Attorney. Democrat GORDON MONTGOMERY the place near the shores of Lake Baikal said that, when the news of the revolution was given out by the village priest fifty exiles rushed-ou- t of church, determined on vengeance on the local police captain, a wanton tyrant. They were met by the policeman's ten year old daughter, who stood before her father and exclaimed: "Kill me first!" The child's action saved the captain's life. Muscle Soreness Relieved. Unusual work, bending and lifting or strenuous exercise is a strain on the muscles, they become sore and stiff, you are crippled and in pain. Sloan's Liniment brings you quick relief, easy to apply, it penetrates with out rubbing and drives out the soreness. A clear liquid, cleaners than mussy plasters or ointments, it does not stain the skin or clog the pores. Also have a bottle handy for the pains aches of rheumation, gout, lumbago, grippe, bruises, stiffness, backache and all external pain. At Paull Drug Adv Co., 25c- Road-Buildin- For Sheriff. Republican: W. B. PATTESON. CORTEZ SANDERS. GEO. E. NELL Democrat CLYDE CRENSHAW. R.M. HURT v For County Court Clerk. Republican T.A.FURKIN. JOHN N. SQUIRES. L. Y. GABBERT. S. C. NEAT. Democrat ALBERT MILLER. Your Car "with This Artistic and Sturdy Let Us Equip W.H.GILL. For School Superintendent. Republican GEORGE AARON TOBIAS HUFPAKER. Democrat NOAH LOY. MISS ESTELLE WILLIS trestone Red and Black All the famous Most Miles per Dollar values and set apart from the crowd by the distinguishing color combination, Red Side Wall, Black Tread. Our service matches Firestone quality. Call on us. For Jailer Republican JOHNTHURMAN JOHN L. DARNELL. FRANKWOLFORD MILLER J. -- C. WOOTEN : A. W. TARTER G. W, COLLINS T. G. RASNER Democrat C.G.JEFFRIES. A. H. FEESE. JOHN R. CHRISTIE. For Assessor P.P. DUNBAR. ED BTJTLER Republican R. H. HARMON. EVERETT ALLISON. G. L. PERRYMAN. J. M. TARTER Democrat g Equipment. For Representative Republican JOE HUDDLESTON. DR. W. S. TAYLOR. Liberty for Russian Exiles. Tuymen, Siberia, - April 9. Fifty thousand sledges, carrying victims of the old regime back to freedom in the new Russia from the mines and convict settlements of Siberia, are speeding across the snows of North Asia toward the nearest points on the n Railway. Their passsngers range from members of the old terrorist societies to exiles who were banished by administrative decree without trial or even known offense. There are probably altogether 100,000 persons in Siberia who have been released. Many of the peasants will remain in Siberia voluntarily. The first to be freed in the mining district of Nertchinsk was the famous Marie Spiridon- ovaj who killed a colonal of gen- darmesfor torturing prisoners. She was herself tortured and abused for seven days,and then sentenced to death by a field martial. After her release she fell ill and is now in a hospital in ' Tohita. The famous Terrorist Nicholai, Anuikhin is at Tuymen. He killed in 1906 Gen. Fuchloff, .Chief of the Petrograd Warsaw He said that after a year in European prisons he spent ten years in the Alexandrovsk Prison, fifty- miles from Irkutsk. Trans-SiberiaRail-.roa- d. - Now is the time when road commissioners and contractors are giving particular attention to overhauling and purchasing equipment for 'the work of the current year. The taxpayer rarely appreciates what an important influence the use of the most suitable equipment for a given road now has upon its cost and he sees very little of the equipment, in fact. But with wages for tabor mounting steadily to unprecedented heights and workmen hard to obtain even at these wages, equipment is reever ceiving more attention-tha- n before and the investment in it by the average commission and contractor is being made more extensively than in previous years. The reason for this is, primarily, that road work is strung out along such a long line, insteadof being concentrated as in a shop or in building operations, that the supenvision needed to secure efficiency with poor labor is almost impracticable. If a machine will take the place of a gang of men for unloading cars It can be placed!., in charge of a competent man with confidence that the unloading will be done properly, even without continuous supervision. If mechanical traction is substituted for mules and horses in places where it is suitable, the odemeter records, time cards and delivery records tell the superintendent at once whether the hauling is proceeding as it should, and he lias none of the worries which beset the man responsible for the condition of a" large number of animals and wagons, not to mention the teamsters, SANDUSKY, BROS., Agts. . War Paragraphs. - u Columbia, Kentucky. DRINK NOTICE. The'Kaiser knew what he was doing when he tried to defeat President Wilson. At last German Autocracy learns just what President Wilson meant COCA COLA IN" BOTTLES by "strict account- ability." - There were many great texts in the President's speech, hut the greatest of them is this: "The world must be made safe for democracy." Just as the President spoke of Call for it by Full Name and Avoid Substitutes. "Joe" Cleveland Bay. This celebrated Stallion will make the season of 1 9 7"at my barn 4& miles south of Columbia, and 1 miles west of Gadberry, on Pettits Fork creek, and will serve mares at $7.00 to insure a living colt. He has proven to be a good " breeder, JOE is a dark bay, 16 hands high, heavy built, good style, has the best of eyes, feet and legs, and in fact a perfect model in everyTespect. He is a good harness and work horse, so he needs no 1 i Coca.CoIa Bottling Wks. CAivii?BErJLS'vrrr,Tiig, kmntuoky. German aggressions at sea, news came of the sinking of the Aztec. Just as he spoke of "crim$ inal intrigues everywhere afoot against our national unity of counsel," aNew York jury was finding six German subjects further introduction. guilty of The in Money due when dictment o.ver and over again is' All .care will be taken bomb-plotting. BENISTETT Our War Resources. Sd SlLITH, AGTS. fighting ships and a tonnage of 1,097,000 COLUMBIA, KY. To summarize" the items of our Colt is foalded. self-fitte- d. The conviction on their own testimony of fiye German subjects and one American citizen of German birth of conspiracy .to destroy merchant steamships by means of incendiary bombs is accepted y a3 a comrrionplace incident. It is only one more in along , series of similar plots, traceable in many cases to high German officials. tffew, - York to-da- to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur JOE Was sired by Cleveland Bay", and his first dam was a Lexington." Call and see my horse if interested or phore 1. World : --- - - .- - - " . - fiDjUR-COUNT- preparedness, they may be'listed as follows: We have 113,000,000 people., Our stock of gold is as large as the combined gold reserve of " 47-Franoe, Russia and the tJnited . - AVILL JOHNSON Kingdom. ' 24-production is Our pig-iro-n greater than that of all the rest Victor M. Bohanon, a of the world combined. farmer, of Shelby county; Our copper output is twice" The government agricultural . died Sunday at his home near that of the rest of the world. report put the estimate ott the Bagdad. Our navy raiiks third among winter wheat crop verxSwach 'NEWS S $1.00. the navies of the world, with 151 below the normal. 3t anti-aircra- well-kno- Our merchant ' marine has a gross tonnage of 8,470,000. We have only 50,000 regular and 100,000 partially trained militia troops, but we havel.OOO,-00- 0 available men between" 18 and 45 and 4,778,000 are eligible for servicer . We will soon have $,700,000 guns. worth of ft wn Y VJr? , - -- 4 V": - x f -- v THE ADAIR BOUNTY NEWS g ife , 'Y-For- The Season : Of - I Q.I 7 1 I "' rflOx -" will Offer .W -- ljmx I W.V "S" 4- - $& "Gfflv? ''.'.. " For Public Service KING PEACOCK, at 'Gradyville; Ky., at $IO.OO ' To Insure a Living Coif . - oar' ' . - v . v ff.L-. - djnyBSssw .4 .' ., . - wIP r ' This Fine Horse has proven himself a good breeder, and his Colts have Size, Styles and Action. He was sired by Jordan Peacock 1148, he by' Peacock 498, he by Blue Jeans 3, he by Peters' Halcon Imp. King Peacock's 1st. dam was by Coleman's King Lexington, he by Cabbell's Lexington, he.by Gists Black Hawk, he by Bloods Black Hawk. King's 2nd dam by Red Cloud, 3rd dam by Artist 75, he by King William 67. There is not a better Saddle Bred Horse in Kentucky than King Peacock, and the price for the service of this Fine Horse is only one-ha- lf what it should be. Mi Mt Mt Mi Ml Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi Ml Mi - Mi Mi Mi Ml Mi Mt Ml Mi Mt Mi Mt . Mi Ml Ml Mi Mi Mi Ml Mi Mi Seven Big Mammoth Jacks - Mt Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi Mt At the Gradyville Fine Stock Stables and will stand as many of them as will take to accommodate all that come, 1 Ml Ml Mi Mi Mt Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi Mi JACK NO. 1. JACK NO. 5. - Is Gov. St. JoHh 3 years old, 142 hands high, black with white points, extra heavy body and bone I ever saw on any Jacjc. He, was sired by Black Diamond, he by Wallace Wood, he by Gov. Wood. 1st dam by Gov. St. John, 2nd dam by Hubble's Brignolia. This is the making of a great Jack. the-largest Mi Mi Mi Mi Mt Mi Mt . m .m At the head of this Fine Herd of Jacks is Highway, one of the best breeders living. His colts always bring the highest price. Some of them sold last fall at weaning time for $100. D. C. Wheeler was offered $352 last June for a pair of his eolts, one year old. Highway was sired by L. W. Preston's Highway, at Glasgow, a jack that has been shown at a number of the best Fairs in Kentucky and Tennessee, and never lost a blue tie. Preston sold him to a party in Tennessee for $1000. Highway's grand sire was Napoleon a Jach that sold at Lexington for $1500. Highway's 1st Mi Mi Ml Mi Mt y Mi Ml Ml Mi Mt Ml Mi JACK NO. 6. years old, 15 hands high. His oldest years old and some of them are now 16 hands high and mules are 3 have lots weight and bone. This Jack was sired by G. Y.. Thompson's 16 hand Jack, at Center, Ky. 1st dam by Gov. St. John. O 'Diamonds, 6 it Is Jack dam was by Gov. St. John, a 16 hand Jack, he by Gov. Wood a 16 hand Jack that sold for $1500. Highway's 2nd da;n was by Hubbies Brignolia that sold for $1500. The above peciigreeshows that there is not a better bred Jack living than Highway, and he is4he surest Jack I ever owned. m m JACk NO. 7. " . JACK NO. 2. Kentucky Choice, 5 years old, 16 hands high, weight 1175 lbs. 36 in. from tip to tip of ears, extra heavy bone, wears a No. 3 shoe, fine style and action, black with white points. This Jack's colt wone the blue tie at the Columbia fair last August and was sold at weaning time for $100 to Charlie Browning, and the same day Browning was offered $105 for it. This Jack breeds size and style and the kind that brings the highest price. He was sired by Highway. 1st dam by the Sam Akens Jack, west of Greensburg,. and a Jack Mr. Akens sold for $900. 2nd dam by Terry's Liberty, a Jack that sold for $1200. Is 3 years old, black and a perfect model, by Highway. 1st dam by Imp Leon, 2nd dam by Terry's Liberty. I will charge $8.00 for a horse mule and $10.00 for mare mule. Money due if mare is traded or leaves the neighborhood. First-cla- ss Mules In Great Demand. in . Below you will find a list of sales that have been made recently, and if you want to raise mules that bring high prices, bring your mares to my Jacks and you are sure to get them. These Jacks colts won first and' second at the Columbia fair last year. This is m m evidence that they get the best colts. With the advent of spring and the necessity of having mules on the farm to do the draft work, there has been an increasing demand for these animals, and the' n dealers have been reported; following recent sales by "Caywood, Smith & McClintock sold to E. F. Spears & Sons, of Paris, five ' head of mare mules for $1, 10; Frank Rogers, of Montgomery county, four-mmules for $1 ,000; Edward F. Prichard, of Paris, four mare mules for $900, Ay-let- te Buckner, of Bourbon, a pair of extra good mules for $520; a Nicholas county farmer one pair of four-yeold mare mules for $510; Arch Ginn, of Hutchison, two mare mules for $500; Warren Rogers of Cane Ridge, a pair of mare mules for $485: James Woodford, of Bourbon, two T. J. Ross, of Clark county, two mare mules , for $450; mare mules Cay wood & Pence, of Bourbon, pair of mare mules for $450; James Blount, of Sharpsburg, a pair of mare mule's for $440; William Far ris, of near Paris, two mare mules for $440; J. C. Day, of Bourbon, pair of mare mules for $450; Henry Link, of Bourbor, pair of mare mules $425; B. F. Shropshire, Bourbon, two mare mules $420; Edward Turner, Bourbon, two horse mules $400; Alfred Bartherton, of Bourbon, two mare mule $350; J. M. Scoot, Paris, one mare mule $240; Perkins & Son, Bourbon, one mare mule $235. well-know- m - 1 are JACK NO. 3. Kentucky's Best, 4 years old, 15 hands high and one of the best Jacks in Kentucky, his colts have the size and style and the kind that brings the highest price. Kentucky's Best was sired by Highway, dam by Gov. St. John, 2nd dam by Imp Leon, 3rd dam by Terry's Liberty. four-year-o- ld ar for-$46- 0; five-year-o- ld JACK NO. 4. Is Happy Jack, 5 years old, 15 hands high, and the finest model s breeder. Sired by Highway, Jack I ever saw, and is a first-clas- four-year-o- ld 1st dam by Gov. St. John, 2nd dam by Imp Leon, 3rd dam by Te' rry's Liberty. s :, I iV v ,- t ,N v Gradyville Stock bBbhE&BhhKi - r .! v W. ;JU GRADY, Prop;. : -- rk taw " v iz .: ' - Farm z Gradyville, Ky. m. . 'h'fc? ..- - xr HiHiiiiiiiiiiHF j t;- - ;" jm'JU I ' U ' ii ' o r THE?ADIAB COUNTY NEWS' nmrnnn T.miiif tyi UHmuMnium m from Tennessee Hohenwald, Apr. 3, 1917". Deat'EditorZand friends. I am'taking this plan to write you, hoping to hear from many of you. , Business lias begun to open up to me again. 1 taught two terms of vocal music, ten nights each, at Oak Grove church. I had taught three ' terms there when I was here before. I am now teaching at Providence church. This lathe fourth term at this place. This is 32 terms I have taught in Lewis county Tenn. This is a live county in singing and will come to the front by and by on many things. It voted for bonds to build to-da- Hens roads. Corn Is $1 10 were 20 cents yesterday, eggs 25 cents. This country needs developing. There Is the greatest opportunity for trucking. Land is cheap and great iron furnlces in full blast. Tomatoes last year sold at $1.00 per bushel picked off the vines. Everything else in proportion. There is the greatest cattle and hog range here. Hundrers of cattle run at large on the hills. Men are busy cutting E. K. black oak stave bolts and some spokes. Every old chestnut is being cut and shipped to Louisville to manufacture into dye stuff. I am yours ever singing I. M. Grimsley. .R E. JWckebt purchased i torn J. W. Posey, one hog, S12.00 Mrs. W. i1. Sfcults sold to Tilden Wilcoxson, one hog, bringing 815.00. Tilden Wilcoxson sold, to ' J. W. thirty-tw- o Moore, at Greensburg, hogs, bringing him 8814.00. Mr. W. O. Orr has been quite Blck. Uncle as we call him is our oldest cit is quite izen, being seventy-threable to do his own work around the home. Mr. and Mrs. W. "F. Stults- - spent" Saturday nigbt and Sunday with the Tatter's . grandmother, Mrs. Alfred Parson, Portland. 9 Miss Fannie Pickett is spending this week with her sister, Mrs. Limon Wilcoxson, Miami. e, Woodson Lewis RED PEA VINE GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, 3-&- Will Bggin , His Great Popularity Sale Contest April Fifteenth CAPITAL PRIZE Registered Chestnut Sorrel Stallion, Owned Jby R. H. Price, Recently Brought to Adair. . mi? ceieoratea stallion will mate the season r. xnis at Mr. R. H. Price's barn, near Columbia. .1 i-- 2 - -- c Minister. Mrs. Saliie Leach and Mrs. Dell Price visited Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gri-deprize to Most Popular Old Maid. The of Montpeller, Monday. "Mr. Gri-de- r is slowly improving. Voting Ballots will be presented with every CASH sale. Mrs. Tom Hadley is very low, not The Popularity Clerk will take the votes before the customer leaves expected to live. John Coffey, who lhas been sick, is the store, or customer can mail ballots in cases where they leave recovering. without voting. The date of distribution of prizes will be anMilltown. George Easthatn, of Esto, is very ill nounced some time in June. Voting will begin April tenth. at this writing. Everyone is requested to send in the names of Candidates Miss Mollle Caldwell, of Columbia, Mrs. Emma Marcum Is on the sick Is visiting relatives here this week. not later than the Seventh. Of course candidates names will be list., Mr. J". W- - Townsend, who has been Miss Zepha Hayes spent last week enrolled at any time during the contest,, but it is much better to down with Bheumatism for several at Beldon Helm's, at Denmark. start with the opening sales. weeks, does not seem to improve any. Wilie Blair has erected him "a new Mrs. Lena Townsend has a very bad kitchen, which improves his home These sales will be of the greatest interest and entertaincase of lagrippe. very much. ment to everybody in the five counties. Interesting changes- - will Miss Clara Stotts, of Bliss, visited Mrs. Mamie Holt visited her mothat Mr. J. E. Tutt's Saturday' night er and father last Saturday and Sun- be introduced in the plans frequently, and constant interest will and Sunday. be kept up. till, the finish. day.' Mr. Julie Hatfield, who is teaching Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Leach visited school at Cane Valley, visited at Mr. his mother Saturday night. ARE YOU WITH US? and Mrs. Ed Hancock's Saturday night and Sunday. Then Send In The Names Of YourCandi- Pickett. Mr. and'Mrs. Jim Shirley visited at Mr. Bill Gaither Pickett's last Saturdates At Once. day and Sunday. There has been scarcely any Candidates for the CapWill want not less than Twenty-fiv- e Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas has a severe plowing done in this part of the ital prize, to the county. More if they wish to enter the contest. attack of lagrippe. Mr. and Mrs Jim Garrison, of the county, owing to the bad weathDry Goods. Shoes, Clothing, Hats,' Groceries, Hardware Cane Valley neighSorhood, visited at er, Farm implements and Machinery, Salt, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Mr. Creed Pollard's several days of last week. place have en Fertilizers, Buggies, Wagons, Wire and Wire Fence, Gates, GasoSeveral at this Mr. Cassius Cheatham went to Co- gaged"tHeir hogs to G. B. Cheat- line Engines, Gasoline and Oils, Salvet, Bee Dee. lumbia last week to see after the stock ham and Frank Dohoney, of he has at that place. Mr. George Shirley, who has been at Milltown, at a fancy price. the bedside of his father for the past good chance wide field and The roads in this part of the Willjbe sold, giving two weeks, left for his home in Indicounty are very bad at this writana last Tuesday. for every Candidate. r, Will be presented to the Most Popular Young Lady in Green, Taylor, Metcalfe, Hart and Adair Counties. Mrs. Saliie Leach, who has been iThe second prize will be presented to the Most Pop visiting her daughter, in Campbellsular Mother. ville, has returned. Howard Leach and family visited, The third prize will be presented to the Most Pophis father and mother last Sunday. Dent. - $500.00 ular the There is not a 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. fourth R. H. PRICE. EVERYTHING IN ' Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ROOFING and Painted. - Also Elhvood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. 1 CO. 16 Eaal Incorporated Mattel Mreer Between First and Brook - Louisville, Ky. PUTTING IT OFF : : : t Has been the ruin oi as many Eyes as any one thing. There may be the feeling of a slight inconvenience at first. You may think, O' they will be alright in a few days. Don't be deceived, if there is ever an eye defect at all, you should not rest until a COMPETENT OPTOMETRIST has been consulted. You may save yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in time; AUTOMOBILES a a - ing. Cane Valley. Born to the wife of Guy Breeding, a son. April 4th, mother and son doing well. D. H. Beard has moved to his father's old home he bought of Jack l, at Kellyville. Jno. Riall is well pleased with his home he bought of Jtuell Hutchison. Mr. Biall is a fine gentleman. He lived here when he was a small boy. Jule Hatfield closed his school here last Friday. He is certainly a fine gentleman. The children regret to give him up. .Will Van Hoy that was hurt by his horse falling with him on the pike near the creek bridgs. is able to walk Ei-al- J. W. Posey was in Columbia last Monday. W. H. Kemp sold one two-yeold mule to W. G. Pickett ar Crop and live Stock Report. 1.45per cent; 1.44 per cent. ten-ye- ar average, for $115. Rev. W. C, Christie filled his regular appointment here last Sunday with, a very interesting discourse. Wjlliam Lowe had a good work mule to drop dead a few days ago. G. M. Rodgers was on the sick list a few days of last week. out a little. Sunday school opened here last Guy O. Breeding, of Gainesville, Sunday with a very good Texas, is here for a few day's visit. t Z--. -- r B. T. Dudgeon and Dr. E. B. Atkinson have purchased new Ford cars Eurett, second son of Mr. Waller Smith, arrived home last week a cripple for life. His left leg was crushed below the knee in an auto wreck, and had to be amputated. Onions sold on our "market last week at 15 cents a pound, wheat $2 per bushel, potatoes $2.40 per bushel, corn $1.10 per bushel, hogs 15 cents per pound all broken records. T. A. Chastian and Ike Dick-erso- n are doing some sawing at this place. Titus Rodgers left one day last week, for Illinois. William Lowe bought one mule recently from a Mr. Jeff, of Green county. Don't Let Your Cough Hang On. A cough that racks and weakens is dangerous, it undermines your health Believe it at and thrives once with Dr. King's New Discovery; This soothing balsam remedy heals tiuTthroat, loosen the phlegm, its antiseptic properties kill the germ and the cold is. quickly broken up. Chilalike find Dr. dren and grown-up- s King's New Discovery pleasant to take as well as effective. Have a bottle handy in your medicine chest for grippe, croup and all bronchial affections At Paull Drug Co., 50c. " Adv ct Kemp. Plant beds are now being burned by the farmers, who are planning for a 1 tobacco crop. V;J . There are no more new cases of measles around here now. - 7. Mrs. Lee Pickett has been qaite sick for the ast week. Mrs. B. 3. Howard is on the sick list. ff B. G. Pickett is in Greensburg on business this week. Last Saturday, friends.and relatives flU- gathered at the home of Mr. C. T. birth J'Btulta to celebrate his fifty-fir-- . day. ll 's. "" was introduced in the Horn, to the wife of Fred Rogers, Br Kentucky Senate to reduce the on the fifteenth, a girl. AlvinBosson, Bugby, was in our fees of sheriffs for collecting midst last week. taxes. George- - Whltlock, Campbellsville, our grocery drummer, .was here last st A-bi- Washington, D. C, April 7, 1917. A summary of the April crop and live stock report for the State of Kentucky and for the United States, as compiled by the Bureau of Crop Estimates, and transmitted through the Weather Bureau, U. S. Department of Agriculture, is as follows: Wheat: State. Condition A.pr. 1 this year 65 per cent of noraverage condition mal; ten-yefigures for April , 87 per cent. United States: Condition April 1 this year, 63.1l per cent; ten-yeaverage April 1 condition, , 86.2 per cent. Rye State: Condition April 1 this year, 80 per cent of normal; ten-yeaverage April 1 condition, 87 per cent. United States: Condition April 1 this year, 86.0 per cent; ten-yeaverage April 1 condition, 89.6 per cent. Hogs State: Losses from disease past year, 6.0 per cent; ten-yeaverage 6.6 per cent. United States: Losses from disease past year, 4.87 per cent; ten-yeaverage, 6.78 per cent. ar i 'iRaBw 3HjVillieStulU i SHEVaP ilEfAijTk. Giorge Rogers is very sick. msf jrek. . r w ' 1Ist ' on'thsick Severe damage' to the "winter 2.00 per- - cent himself inT.hte-bffit Wh"efVina fcvuuwwu fVm'mnr jvne n wvw wu r a Anna A kuw vr.w riivflE I Losses from diaeaaepast lyear, He was a noted physician. pecti to 430,000,000 bushels. , Sheep State: Losses from disease past year, 5.5 per cent; ten-yeaverage, 3.6 per cent. BRYANT & SHIVELY, Losses from exposure past year, Jewelers and Optometrists Campbellsville, Ky. average, 2.0 per cent; ten-yeaverage, 2.2 per cent. United States: Losses from disease past year, 2.17 per cent; tenyear average 2,45 per cent. Losses from exposure past yar, average 3.28 per cent; ten-yeDARE-BENJAMI3.06 per cent. DARE is 3 years old, a natural saddle Horses and Mules State: high and will measure full 16 hands Losses from disease past year, fhorse, average, when he comes to maturity, is a chestnut sorrel of 1.7 per cent: ten-yefine form and action the type that commands the 2.1 per cent. United States: Losses fromdis-eas- e highest price everywhere a horse of substance and past year, 1.69 per cent; beauty. His pedigree shows him as richly bred in the ten-yeaverage 1.94 per cent. line of usefulness and fancy as any horse in southern Prices The first price given Kentucky, and hissize, form, action and manners are below is the average on April 1 in full keeping with his royal breeding. Accepting this year, and the second the av- the fact that like begets like, he is bound to prove a great sire of thekirid that is always in demand at erage on April 1 last year. States: Wheat, 196 and 112 fancy prices. PEDIGREE: Benjamin Dare sired by Jesse Dare, he by Highland cents per bushel. Corn, 115 and 77. Oats, 77 and-6- 0. Potatoes, Dare 1534, he by Chester Dare 10 he by Black Squirrel 58. Dam, May No. K. 1068, she by Well's Red Squirrel, son df Owsley's 248 and 98. Hay, $15.30 and Red Squirrel. $13.50 per ton. Eggs, 23 and 16 This horse will serve a limited number of mares at $25.00 to insure cents per dozen. Jacks will serve at S&OO and $7.00 a living colt. Also my be attended by Mr. B.F.Pol-ston- , to insure living colt. This stock-wi- ll United States: Wheat $1.80 a careful man, and will be found at my barn 1 miles east of and 98.6 cents per3bushel. Corn, 113and70.3 cents. Oats, 62.0 Creelsboro. ariU 42.0 cents. Potatoes, $2.35 Mares pastured at $2.00 per month while breeding to stallion. and 97.6 cents. Hay. $13.01 and Money due when colt Is foaled,mare traded or removedVfrom neigh" Cattle:- 1- State: Losses from $11.78 per ton Cotton, 18.0 and borhood without my consent. disease past year, 2.7 per cent;. 1145 cents per pound. Eggs, All care will be taken to. avoid accldentsjbut will not be responsible ten-yeaverage, 2.2. per cent. 26.0 and 17.9 cents per dozen. should, any occur. Losses from exposure past year The price of postage stamps ayerage may be doubled as a means of 1.0 per cent; ten-yeCreelsboro, Ky. raising revenue to carry on the-l,3percentr- United States: Losses from dis- war. ease past year, 1.94 per cent; Dr. P. Richard .Taylor killed ar ar Notice Stock Men EEISTJAMIN ds N 15-han- ar 1 ar ar ar ar ar two-blac- k ar ar ar ' ar W. A. ARMSTRONG, ce idvcrtisourStQck Now. " ) . Jan mm& count? mm dMsacagasaagriTi-"fr"- T ., 52SSH3sSSJ5-SiS- " '- i . s -- m Trroai ih : dMiifMiiruiTTtMiri?r mirirj nf-- aiiiwnrwrrriTrrimi mmm HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST? Am permanently located in Co lumbia. AH Classes of Dental work done. Crow dge and Inlay work a Specialty. Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's All trials for espionage are being conducted in various parts of the country but "above everything else at the present moment towers the nightmare of the deportations. Even the Austrian representative here had words of apology and even blame for the policy and in defense could - only refer to the alleged A Charlie Thomas lost one of his tfGfk horses last week. Julius Hatfield was in the Mill- - V. M. town section, on business, last week. Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money Tutt G. R. Reed LOUISVILLE Main Street Bcetween HOTEL 6 & 7tfa Shoe Store Residence Phone 13 B BusInessIPhoe 13 DR. J. N. MURRELL .protest" against the DENTIST of Germans in Russia." President Wilsons "splendid deporta- tions, the writer "says, was of great moral valufr. 'It is really Office. Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g pitiful to see how the Belgians up Stairs. - Kentucky look to America in a crisis like Columbia, "But this," he continues. the deportations continue withOffice: Rassell Bldg. out any serious modifications in Res. Phone No. I. spite of the protest of our government. M. D. "The fashion in which any given recruitment is carried out Colombia, Ky. depends very largely on the Will Answer All Calls. character of the officer in command. Some proceedings pass off in orderjjy manner and others WELL DRILLER in a disorderly fashion. A guard I will drill wells in Adair an of Uhlans is generally necessary, a ijoinfng counties. See me be sometimes tacked by machine Latest im- guns. It times it is thought fore contracting. proved machinery of all kinds. necessary to charge the watching Give crowds. Pump Repairing Done. m- - x Call. employ"Various methods-ar- e ed to force the men who refuse I. C. YATES to sign, to sign and work. Starvation is the most prominent. Men are also saidto be placed in DENTAL OPFICB3 an excessively heated room, and Dr. when in a great sweat thrust out of doors. .Intermittent at NTIST ' the prison camp at Reech(?), OVER PAUIX DRUG CO. ' Columbia, Ky. near Muhster, is likewise reported. There the men are said - to OFFICE PEOM RKS PHONE 38. be gravely abused and mistreat- James Taylor, -- -- Mont Pollard and sister, Miss Mayme, were visiting their sister, Mrs. June Garrison, Friday night, and attended the entertainment at Cane Valley. Miss Clara Brockman was visiting Miss Mayme Pollard one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wiicoxson were visiting the latter's parents, G. A. Brockman, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Birt Breeding is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs.. Lizzie Thomas, this week. Mrs. C. M. Pollard sold to J. T. Mercer, two hogs for 111 cts. Clarence Thomas was visiting Mont Pollard Saturday night-anSunday. Charley Thomas, one of our most popular young men, is getting along fine studying law.' Babe Pollard and family have been on the sick list. -- TUTT & REED BKAT. ESTATE t ' . -- ; Louisville, Kentucky. .1 DEAIiERS Offer the following Property for Sale: 140 FARM LAND acres of food lime stone land well watered, good dwelling and out buildings on public road, and in a good neighborhood. Price $4,500.00, one-hacash, the balance on easy terms This farm lies 4f miles S. E. oT Columbia, Ky. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Cor. 6ih and Main Sfs. FARM ' EUROPEAN FIAJSr ONLY Of 100 acres of the best land in Adair Rooms Without Balh, $1.00 andjup-.Rooms Wilh Private Balh, $1.50 up. county. Good dwelling, 2 good barns 's and outbuildings, mile from Cane The Louisville Hotel and.the Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only a J walk to the retail district and theaters. rije 86,500. Valley. FARM LouisviIIegHotelA'and Old Inn Company, Props. Of 304 acres, 9 miles from Columbia, on Green river, 1 mile from pike now 52 acres river under construction. bottom. Good dwelling, barn and outbuildings, 2 good orchards. Price lf three-block- The Only Hdtel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. Z -. (With Meafa) .'.. 75Rooms Single. J2 00 peidar; 2 people. 2 00 each " o Tvwmlo 9 25 r C 50 ........................... PJpiC, 4. "" 2 people. 260'" 50FrontRooms Single 3 CO RoomslWith Private Bath: SOJRooma Single 3 00 per day; 2 people, 2 75 "' 50 Rooms Single 3 50 per day; 2 people, 3 00 EUROPEAN PLAN. Room3 Without Batw but with Hot and Cbld Running Water, (Without Meals) 75 Rooms Single. Jl 00 per day2 people 10 75 each 50 Rooms. Single. 1 23 per day; 2 people 1 00 each EOFrontRooms .....Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each Rooms with Private Bath: 50 Rooms Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 125 each 50 Rooms Single. 2 00 per day: 2 people lMeach t d $5,000. ? Spring. Spring is looked upon by many .as the most delightful season of the year, but tills cannot, be said of the rheu matic. The cold and damp weather brings on rheumatic pains which are anything but pleasant. They can be relieved, however, by applying Cham berlain's Liniment. Obtainable at Adv. Paull Drug Co. -- - James Triplet! Easter throughout Kentucky was a day of snow and rain with ice and very cold weather at night. Safe Medicine for Children. "ls"it safe?" is the first question to be considered when buying cough medicine for children. Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy has long been a fav orite with mothers of young children as it contains no opium or other narcotic, and may be given a child as confidently as to an adult. xIt is pleasant to take, too, which is of great im portance when a medicfue must be given to young children. This rem edy is most effectual in relieving coughs, colds and croup. Obtainable afc Paull Drug Co. Adv. L. H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones ed. MANY HAVE DIED. Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals from the effect of Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on or work received. Jamestown road. "In Ghent it is learned confidentially that 285 men have died the treatment In more than one case the wife was summoned to the commander and handed a Phone 1 14 G. Columbia, Ky. Belgian Story One of Horror. Washington, April 8. A story of the horrors of German military rule in Belgium and of the tortures inflicted upon Belgians to force" their labor for their enemies fvas revealed here in hitherto unpublished letters to the Government from ah American official who spent many months in the midst of the reign of terror. Of the German's explanation that they deported only the the conquered people,, this official says: "They needed skilled and active artisans and these men .were naturally still unemployed. The authorities did not, Nhowever, evidently dare announce their real to-night wishes." t, says a letter written in December, "is going through a reign of terror. It is Jiard to believe that the dark momenta of the French very much Revolution were worse than the conditions of which we are .now the witnesses. With, each month that we remain the net is drawn tighter and tighter arouncl the population. The entire country is more or leas one great internment camp. Toobtain permission to gi for a breath of liberty and neutral air in Holland or Switzerland is now practically impossible" for Bel neu-gians , - and even fc bundle of clothes with the laconic remark, 'your husband is dead.' Many of these persons are supposed to have been killed by the artillery fire of the Allies, as they were compelled to work so near the lines. . "The men who come up for selection are given the following choice: Work in Germany or in Belgium on railways or on --matters of a military nature. The men who have returned, are generally in an exhausted if not dying , condition. It is supposed that they are those who persistl to sign or ed in work and whose physical condition could notwithstand the punishments inflicted on them." The writer recalls the German promise of liberal wages to those wha will sign", with permission to send their earnings to their families in Belgium. "Painstaking inquiries,' he adds, have failed to elicit a single instant in which sucn money has been received from Germany." their-refusa- For Your Child's Cough. Here's a pleasant cough syrup that every child likes to take, Dr. Bell's Tine-Tar- - TOWN PROPERTY Nine Toorn two story dwelling and lot, situated on one of the best res deuce st reels in Columbia, near the square, barn and out buildings. A very desjrable home A bargain. Price on application. 115 Acres of good land in a good neighborhood, good buildings on puti-liroad, about 8 milos south of Coltim hia Price 51,600 f Bargain) House and Lot: House with six rooms, good out buildings, good water and other conveniences, just out of town limits. Price S850. House with 9 rooms just outof town two shops, all buildings good, com parti vely new. Price $1,900. 40 "Acres of land unimproved (cheap residence) lying Si miles N. W. of Columbia. Price $600.00. $800 for house and lot near the public square, good garden, good well, barn &c. Desirable place and is worth the money asked. $1,500 for 58J acres of land Ijing 2 miles S W. of the town of Columbiar near the Glasgow road, new 5 room box house, good barn, good well in yard 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres in cultivation, ballance in timber. i cash the balance on time to suit purchaser. 7 acres of good limestone land. Thres room residence, two barns, two good springs, one well, one of the best locations in Gradyville. Away from the creek. Price right. Farm of 12Lacres, 5 miles south of 45 acres bottom, good Columbia. buildings, splendid oachard, well watered. All in high state of cultivation". Pflee 84,000. 75 acres of land in sight of Columbia, Ky., good land, 8 acres bottom, 15 acres timber, fenced. $50 per acre. e IN BUYING you need take nothing for granted the exact formula . is printed on the back of every package. This formula is the result of 28 years of painstaking experience, costly experiments, and it is mathematically correct. This formula discloses that Hanna's Green Seal' Paint is composed of a predominance of pure White Lead with just enough zinc to temper or harden it to prevent chalking quickly. Green Seal Paintr Hannah . Hanna's Green Seal "The Made to Weir Paint", fir SOLD BY The Jeffries Hardware Store, Columbia, Kentucky. Honey. "If your child has a deep hacking cough that worries you give him Dr. Bell's the soothing pine balsams relieve the cough, loosens the phlegm and heals the irritated tissues. Get a bottle to day at Paull Drug Co., and start treat ment at once 25c. Adv Pine-Tar-Hone- y, ing of 209 acres, 100 acres in woodland, acres ingrass, 10 acres in cultivation, dwelling and barn. Situated Q miles south of Campbellsville, on Robinson 90 FArh in Taylor county Consist- You I a Tonic Need 3 as 3! ISl creek124 - Price $3,000. There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her overlhe hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking Russia informed Germany that 70 acres cultivation, 6 acres in meadow, she is ready to talk peace only 20 acres corn, average 8 bbls. acre, when Germany becomes a Re- limestone land, $600 to $800 worth of timber. Price $2,800. public. " acre farm, 2i miles S. W. of Dunn ville, in Adair, Casey, and Russell counties, reasonable good buildings, good ojchard, good spring, well water, NOTICE II 175 acres timber land, near Webbs X Roads, Russell County, on Dixie Highway. Estimated to have 75,000 ft. saw timber. Price $1,200. 33 acres H miles from Columbia. 7 acres first-clas-s bottom, balance fresh lapd. Four room box house, well w tered. Price $830. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for womea Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., Three houses, 7, 6, and 5 rooms, i acre lots, good wells, in the town of Columbia, west of Graded School. Tisn i inn ..mi XlltApiAVAI CObll House and lot on Fair Ground Street with six rooms, good well and outbuildings, all new, house wired for lights. Has Helped Thousands. Price 65 $1,150. Clear Away the Waste. BLACK HAWK acres timber land near Taylor connty line, 3 miles west of Knifley, 2 miles from pike from Knifley to If T Camp-belJsvlll- e. This fine young Jack will make the Bowel regularity Is 'the secret of. good health, .bright eyes, dear com- season of 1917, on my farm 1 mile north plexions, and Dr. King's "Sew Life west o Montpelier, near Pleasant Hill Pills are a mild and gentle laxative school house, at the lowe sum of .$6.00 that regulates the bowels and re for horse mule and $7.00 for a mare nob advertised but will sell. a lieves the congested intestines by reH moving the accumulated waste with mule to insure a living colt. Money tlue . Desirable dwelling house and eleven acres of out griping. Take a pill before retir when colt is foaled or mare traded onre and ninety land In the town of Columbia, good ing and that heavy head, that dull moved from, neighborhood. small-tenahouse, outbuildings fever feelinc dfsannears. Oefc Dr.ing's New Life Pills at Paulft Black Hawk is a coal black Jack 15 v." hands high, with mealy - points, and a Drug Co., 25c. breeder. BlackHawk is the Pollard's Chapel.. same Jack recently owned and stood by V. M. "Epperson. Rnrtacr first-class Price S650. you want to buy or sell it will pay If jou to do business with us, we are sell ing some and pleasing buyer and seller. We also (for private reasons) have other valuable property that we have V. . . Hughes SSons Co.. Incorporated ' . L " Louisville, Kentucky. and a WHOLESALE nt good orchard and well watered. $3,000. Want to buy 400 or 500 acres of land lor Hunting ground. Don't care for it quality or improvements. Don't want to rough and near a stream. If price is cheap enough can sell you. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog it lor - tram-- - ' TKStS'FOR elpoinagb. aofioSLA--w '?k ? 'XX.uuii;vvi..itfcvi ww. - ""' ''- All care taken to prevent accidents Mrs. Lizzie Thomas is improvbut not responsible should any occur. ing atthis writing. .' Mrs. Mary, Dohoneyisvery Nick Conover, t UiUUtUilUiWl a Montpelier, Kv sick this week; "Jas. The AdairXounty News $1.00'j "V z , -- 7r f n - -- ?' ' - v&f n' ' r V '- 6 jTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS' to a small white oak at the mouth of small branch, thence N 61 E 36 poles to a small hickory in t)ld Missionary Meeting. line, thence with old line, S 43 E 511 poles to a spotted oak, corner of the The ladiesbf the Columbia Baptist lands of J. T. Withers and also corner Church will have an mission- to S 66 acres survey running S, 221 ary meeting next Friday, April 20. E 105 poles to an elm corner to said, J. Quite an interesting program will be T. Withers, thence with another line given, papers on instructive subjects thereof, N 03 E 80 poles to a chestnut being read by several W. M. U's , of oak and hickory on top of a high Russell Creek Associrtion, and also ridee thence N 22 W 100 poles to a talks given by Miss Annie Sandlin, re chestnut oak and corner to 50 acre turned missionary from China, and survey, thence with line of same N 17 Miss Leachman, of Louisville. In the W 112 poles to a white oak, thence S afternoon a play will be given by the 77 W 8 poles to a post oak and corner Y. W. A., of Campbellsville, and in to a 128 acre survey, thence with a the evening a steroptican lecture on line and including same, running N foreign fields will be given at the Par- 61 E 62 poles to a small black oak in amount. Dinner will be served on the M. L. Chamber's line .thence- - with grounds. All the ladies of the Bap- said Chamber's line S 69 W 22 poles to tist churches in Russell Creek Asso- two small white oaks, corner to said ciation are cordially invited, also the Chamber's, with said line N 22 W 55 missionary socities of other denomina- poles to corner of 10 acre tract, thence tions in Columbia. Tvithalineof said tract N 49 "W 62 poles to a stone in the original line A Tie Game. thence with said Hue S 48 W 92 poles to a chestnut, corner to Chamber's An 'exciting game of base ball was and R. C. Neal's lands, thence with campus said played on the Lindsey-Wilso- n Neal's line. S 33 W 28 jpoles to a last Saturday afternoon. The team down white oak thence with Said that contested with the school boys Neal's lineS 63 -- W ?6 poles crossing was from Hanover College, Ind., and Damron's Creek to the beginning it was a good one. On account of the Second Tract. Bounded as folautomobile which started with the lows: beginning at a state in G. W. visitors from Campbellsville, catching Wither's line, corner to O. A. Haron fire, the team did not reach here din's, thence with Wither's line S 40 until 3:30. hence the game was not E 46 poles to a stake in Wither's line called until 4 p. m. The contest was thence S 50 W 2 poles to a white oab spirited from the start, the Lindsey-Wilso- n thence S 311 E 40 poles to two hickleading in the first half. To- ories thence S 71 E 28 poles to a slip ward the close of the last half the pery elm thence S 171 E 151 poles S visitors caught even and at the close 131 E 9 poles S 10 V8 poles to an iron of the ninth inning the score stood 5 wood thence S 73 E 151 poles to two - and 5. The tenth inning was then small black oaks thence S 131 E 114 e played and the result remained the poles to a white oak, corner to Walsame. It was now too dark to contin- ters, thence S 11 poles W 74 poles to a ue and the game closed. stake in said Hardin's line, thence Before reaching Columbia the Han with his line N 32 W 212 poles to two over boys played St. Mary's and were post oaks on a ridge thence N 19 E defeated 3 to nothing. 144 poles to the beginning containing 110 acres by survey. Latest War News. Third Tract. This tract contains 37 Momentous battles involving the acres by survey and is the same tract fate of Lens and St. Quefltin are be- of land patented in the name of Wm. ing fought in northern France, with J. Winfrey, Oct., 6th, 1887, and re the fall of these two important towns corded in book 109 at page 232 Land before the onrushing British and Office, Frankfort, Ky. French indicated as probabilities of This land has been resurveyed under the near future. the order of the undersigned trustee' The Germans brought reserve forces and has been divided into seven tracts into the fray in an effort to hold back consisting of approximately 100 acres the onrushing British. Attacks and with the exception of lot No., 3 which counter attacks came at short inter- contains the home" farm. The survey vals, but the British maintained the and plat of said seven lots are filed newly captured positions everywhere, with, and may be examined, by applyLondon says. Serious losses were in- ing to said Trustee. The land will be flicted on the Germans. Aerial fight- offered first by lot in the seven lots, ing continues on a large scale on the and then the entire boundary offered western front, and London reports with leave to the trustee to accept that twelve British machines failed to that bid most advantageous to the esreturn after engaging the Germans tate. behind the German lines. Four GerThe sale will be upon a credit of man machines were brought down by six and twelve months with interest British aviators and sis others were from day of sale. 'Possession of said driven down. lands can be had upon the approval of The bill authorizing the issue of the sale by the Referee in Bankruptcy. $7000,000,000 of bonds and certificates The purchaser or purchasers will be to finance the United States' part in required to execute bond payable to the war and to afford a 83,000,000,000 the Trustee with good and approved loan to the Entente Allies was adopted security. unanimously by the House of RepreW. C. Cundiff, Trustee sentatives at Washington, Saturday. James A. Winfrey, Bankrupt. The measure has been described as the greatest authorizationfor bonds ever Graded and High School Honor contained in a bill submitted to any Roll. legislative body in the world. LOCALS., all-da- y poles Saves Eggs Royal Baking Powder makes it possible to produce appetizing and wholesome cakes, muffins, cornbread, etc., with fewer eggs than are usually-required. Red Blooded Americanism Is Coming To The Front In many'recipes the number of eggs may be reduced and "excellent results obtained by adding an additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, for each egg omitted. The following tested recipe is a practical illustration: SPONGE CAKE 1 $5 cup sucar cup water 3 eggs 2 teaspoons 1 1 ' . Royal Halting Powder cup Sour teaspoon salt i cup cold water 1 teaspoon flavoring DIRECTIONS: Boll sugar and water until syrup spins a thread and add to the stiffly beatenwhIte9ofeEes.beatlneuntll the mixture is cold. Sift together three times the flour, salt and baking powder; beat yolks of eggs until thick; add a little at a time flour mixture and egg yolks alternately to white of egg mixture, 8tir. ring after each addition. Add H cup cold water and flavoring. Mix lightly, and bake In moderate oven one hour. " Right now this country is calling for men of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsulled injhe air. DAKOTA JACK The exigency now confronting us emphasises, as nothing else could do, the importance of good health, both as an individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emenating from this office, that every body spould guard their health as a priceless possession. When you find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the case with everybody at times, you ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of .The old method called for 6 eggs and no baking powder - BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes, adds none but healthful qualities to the food. OYAL A. The Greatest System Builder and Spring Tonic in the World (Legally Guaranteed to Satisfy you, If you'll COM - CEL - SAJEl or Money Back) t No Alum No. Phosphate do that you will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back home for the lack of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. sells at One Dollar for Three Boxes, legally guaranteed for the stomach, liver, kidneys,' bowels, bladder, blood, indigestion, headache, rhedmatism and nervousness. COM-CEL-SAR SCIENCE SOAP is best for Human Skin, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all pains, bruises, burns etc, 25c and 50c bottles. - is? m 1 fa gttp&amg Winter is suie to come again, that's why you will need our Big Bell Blankets, Jeans, "Suits, Yarns,, &c. Old Fashioned, like Don't sell your wool yet, ship it to us, ship by rail, boat or mail. If it's Wool, start it this way and we'll get it. Ask for samples, price, Mother used to make. &c. TPA.TJTJL. 3729-3- 1 DUXJG CO'S., JACK--WinTE-MOO- COLUMBIA, KY. REMEDY CO. LOTJISVIXJJE, ICY. DAKOTA N (iXCORI'OrtATED) WEST BROADWAY , r For the season of 1917 1 will offer for public service ' Ball Chief 3806, A. S. H. R: At $20.00 to insure a living colt. farmers TKHoolen E. REESE, L. flDiils. Mgr. jjrt Jamestown,. Ky. Gladys Ingram Annie May Menzies. Second Grade. Hynes English. Primary. Bessie Bennett. , Mary Barbee. Nettie Clarke Grissom. Euth Jesse. Oil Why Constipation Injures. The bowels are the natural sewerage system Of the body. When they become obstructed by constipation .a of the poisonous matter which they should carry off is absorbed into the system, making you feel dull and stupid, and interfering with the digestion and assimilation of food. This condition is quickly relieved by ChamTablets. Obtainable at berlain's Adv Paull Drug Co. Interest. lagsl DESCRlPTION:-Ba- U Chief, in color is a rich red chestnut, star and snip, right hind pastern white, 7 years old, .16 hand high, has fine head and beautiful Ion? slender taporinff ears, has an extremely Ions thin blady neck, that comes" out of his perfectly formed withers in faultless fashion and tapers perf ecUy to his beatif ul head in whch are set a pair of large clear expressive eyea. Ho has a high well set natural U.S. DISTRICT COURT, WESTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY. James A Winfrey, In the matter of ) Bankrupt Pursuant to an order of the Couro In the above styled action, I will on Thursday, April 26, 1917, between the hours of ten a. m., and three o'clock, vp. m., at the residence upon the premises upon the farm and land of James A. Winfrey, on Damron's Creek, in Adair County, Kentucky, sell at pub lie outcry to the highest and bast bidder, the following described real estate in Adair County, Kentucky, on the waters of Damron's Creek, and fur) Notice of Sale. Eleventh Grade. Paul Blair. , Marguerite Lovett. Henry Hancock. Tepth Grade Gordon English Vera Taylor John Dunbar. Cecil Dunbar. Beckham Jeffries. -- Kinnaird Rowe. N We learn from Mr. Walker Bryant Gradyville. Oil Company, of Pennsylvania, will put down three T. W. Dowell is feeding a nice deep wells in this county this year. bunch of hogs for the June market In fact the machinery has been Bev. Scott will preach here the 3rd arrangements made with the Sunday in this month in the afterRapid Transit Company to haul it noon. from Campbellsville. The first well to Ed Baker was en the sick list for- a go down will be between Eussell creek day or so this week. and Sulphur creek. Mr. Bryant and dry Mr. Mayfield, the Mr. A. D. PattesoD have leased 1,500 goods man of Nashville, was in our acres at this point which they have given with the un- midst one day last week. derstanding that the drilling will Miss Daisy Keltner was confined to commence this year. All the leases her room, a day or so of last week, that the Sunlight shlp-ped"a- nd - well-know- n 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 gaited, and goes all the gaits In a most attractive manner. While he has not been extremely shown, yet, he Ma contended for honors in somo of the of show horses and his many winnings are preof of hi3 powera - to meet the requirements in the best show rings. A3 a breeder he is In the front rank, transmitting to his get. form, size, stylcsond manner of going that are his characteristics and which make, not only the show animal, but the general utili- ty horse the horse that will always live in the fancy of men and perform the service in that manner that will command a fancy price. . i J. the-compa- - -- ,'v " If beginning at a stone on the west side of Damron's Creek, corner to the lands of R. C Neal, thence running with said Meal's line S 63 W 122 poles to a - large and small stone on point, corner to said Neal, thence with his line S 701 W 23 poles to 4 small chestnuts, corner to same, thence with another line thereof, S 89 W 97 poles to a down oak, corner to said Neal and Charles Jones, of color, thence with said Jones' line S 7 "W 80 poles to a hickory bush, corner to said Jones andalso John A. Chllson, thence with said Chilson fine, E 172 poles to a white oak, corner to said Chilson, and 142 acre survey, , thence with a line of 142 acre survey, including sameS 491 W 92 poles to - two chestnut oaks on high point, thence N 89 W 42 poles crossing Tins-lebranch to a small hickory thence . " N 631 E 80 poles to a white oak thence 3S" 9 E 200 poles to an ash, thence N 63 W 30 poles to a stake corner of a 100 acre survey, thence with a line of said survey running N 39 E 110 poles to a down chestnut oak on top of knob, . corner of 200 acre survey, including same, N 61 E about 143 poles crossing Damron's Oreek to a small sweet gum corner of said tract of ' land, thence . with a line of small survey S .55 E AQ . S-43 y ther described .as follows, First Tract. Bounded as to-wi- t: follows ' Welby Page. Ninth Grade. Martha Grissom Frances Reed Mary Winfrey. Corine Breeding Stanley Cundiff. Eighth Grade. Lola Maupin Stewart Huffaker. Seventh Grade Virgle Pendleton. Mary Summers. Frank Callison. -- ' that have been taken in Adair have with chicken-pox- . notasyeb been recorded, hundreds Mr George Cardwell, representing Vogel Bros. & Co , of Louisville, vas calling on our merchants one day last week, having been secured. Between seventy and one hundred have gone to record. ' Candidates are too numerous at this " ' Overcome Chronic Constipation Don't continue to create a bad habit of strong purgatives. They relieve, and that is all. And they calllor increased dosage. A sensible treatment wilTarouse the liver and give tone and strength to ;the bowels t It is offered in particular time to personate, in this section. Owing to the'very bad weather we did not have a very large attendance at our Sunday schools and preaching, on Easter Eobert Wethington, who has been by the bedside of his sick father, at Robert Neat. Virginia Smith. Sixth Grade.' Mabel Rosenbaum. Rachel Coffey. x - Carrie Grissom. Marshall Paull Morris Epperson - Fifth Graded AlleneNell. . ( I 4 JnMr&gM3 fMrirMA St ' uretni ' venucigMiiuc m ii Met 25 Cm. h nM ruw.. uso-fulne- ss Douglas Durham Allan Mercer J. Frank Walker Frances Ballou. ' Frances Russell. Nell Smith RaV Smith. Lucille Winfrey. Thelma Grissom. Cecil Kearnes Marjorie Kelsey Milton Murrell. , , Fourth Grade. a Many years have shown tho of this remedy. It's the ideal laxative, gentle, effective and strengthening. Now it may be obtained in tablet form, for convenience in taking-Manalln will not form a habit of cathartics. Used as directed, tho sufferer may reasonably expect not only immedjate relief, uur, xno of proper habits, in the natural way. Liquid if you desire . - ftWv;l - - Third Grade. Harlan Judd. . ' JohnJngram It, $1 and 35c Tablets, 25c and 10c Carry a box with Constipation is argely a matter of habit. Yon can come Jt with Mana- over-waP- & TboPcruna Company, ' Columbus, Ohio Clementsville for several days, came dowuTast Friday, and only remained a few hours. He repoTta his father in a serious condition Miss Ora Moss, who has been visiting in Yau Lear and Louisville for the past few months, returned home last week. Mrs. Wood Paxton, of thQ Bliss community, was in our midst last Friday, soliditing donations on the proposed bridge that will span Pettitsfojrk. We all" want the bridge and will be glad to get it anywhere we can across that creek. We know what ft is to do without mail every time the " creek gets up. Mr. Durham, of Greensburg, the lumber man of that section, was in our mfdst a few daysiof last week, and while here, in company with L. Fielders, of this place, bought a large body .of timbered laud from Corbin and We Eowe, of Sparksville section. have not learned the consideration. The logs will be sawed into lumber in BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief 1301, by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1600, he by Clark Chief. 1st dart Louise Cabell 5900. by Bed Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Juella C. by Jewell Denmark 70, he by Washington Denmark 64 3rd dam Dew Drop, by Artist 73. 4th dam by Cabell's Lexington. He ha3 proven himself a breeder of high-clas- s and isjn every way worthy of your careful con sideration. . " I am prepared to lake care of marcs sent to W3. 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 tention, arid due care will be taken.- - to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. C. D. Cheatham. Phone 157 Columbia, Ky. 'J Our farmers are making the effort of their lives this time for a large crop of everything that grows out of the earth. While the weather has been so bad and wet it did not give them a chance to sow any spring oats until this week, and' we are glad to say that thefew days of sunshine they gob in a fairly good crop of oate. The grow ing crop of wheat is coming out wonderfully and it looks now that we will make some If nothing happens we will have the banner crop of tobacco aqdeorn grown. Our. grass Is jiSt simply coming to the front and ejerj. thing looks good for a fine fruit crop. Strawberies are in bloom. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Davis Wilson . the near future. c .W.