the;adair county news
V1" i III, yfV
Quite a number are on the sick
list at this writing.
Dr. J. M. Blair was here on
J. D. York, a prominent farm
er of Windsor, was here on busi
Loren Brockman, of Catherine,
was here on business Friday.
Bert Warner, of Casey Co.,
was here on business last week.
He has recently returned from
the U. S. Army, where he has
spent the last threeyears,
The spoke mill here has closed
business for a few days.
Hirl Smith lost a fine mule Sun
Hollis Smith, our efficient mer
chant, is in LouisviJle this week.
Ira Tarter, one of our promi
nent farmers, is erecting a new
dwelling. We wish him a happy
and prosperous future.
J. T. Bradshaw has purchased
a farm on Damron's creek. We
suppose he will locate there soon.
He is one of our best citizens? We
are sorry to see him leave.
Ed Withers has accepted a po
sition with the Font Hill Milling
J. R. Luttrell was at Irvin's
Store, on business, Friday.
'B. F. Rakestraw, of Camp
bellsville, was here on business
Bert Butcher spent Sunday
with relatives on Green river.
W. A. Yates, of Edmonton,
was here on business Tuesday.
, It is easier to thwart a villian
on the stage than in real life.
Paper matches are built into a
new piper cigarette box.
The laxative tablet
with the pleasant taste
Protects everymemberof the
family from Constipation
the enemy of good health
We have the exclusive selling rights
for this great laxative
The ewaJlSL Store
PAULL DRUG CO.
Seven Ways to Kill a Church.
1. Don't come. Stay away,
or go somewhere else, rather
than come to church. Staying
at home is not only helping to
kill the church, but by degrees is
killing the life of the individual.
2. If you do come, come late.
The faithful few are generally on
time. Getting to church on time
shows an interest in the Lord's
work that no one can call in
3. If you come, come with
your mind made up to take a
backseat, Act as if you were
afraid of the front seats and
afraid to be seen.
4. If you come, come with
your mind made up to find fault
with the service, the preacher in
particular. There are some who
never have a good word to say
about the Church nor the preach
ing of the Word, though they go
to church occasionally.
5: If you come, come deter
mined not to give a cent to any
object, not even to keep up the
expenses of the church. Many
say they would go to church if it
were not for the taking of so
many collections, and yet such
people never give anything.
This ought not to keep them
6. If you go to church, return
to your home without shaking
hands with your pastor, or with
any of the brethren or sisters.
The preacher often, after a hard
effort to reach his people, returns
to his home with the blues, say
ing, "I wonder what was the
matter with Brother Snyder,
Brother Snow, Brother Simmons,
andBrother Smith not one of
them shook hands with me."
7. If you,, come to church,
come all alone; dotffc brinr your
wife, or husband, or children or
neighbors. Many people when
they start to -the house of the
Lord slip off as if they were
afraid some one would find out
where they were going. "An
drew first findeth his own broth
er Simon and he brought him to
Jesus" (John 1:47) Biblical Re
corder. Are you helping to kill the
church or keeping it alive?
Good for Colds.
Honey, Pine-Tar and Glycerine are
recognized cold remedies. In Dr.
Bell'e Pine-Tar-Honey these are com
bined with other cough medicine in a
pleasant syrup. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-quickly
stops your cough, checks your
cold, soothes irritation of the throat
Excellent for young, adult and aged.
Its one of the best cough syrups made
.Formula on every bottle. You know
just what you are taking and your doc
tor knows its good for coughs and
colds. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
Only 25c at Paull Drug Co.
Farmers can Bring Pros
perity in 1916.
1. Cultivate every available
acre of land; don't let a field lay
idle because you cannot attend to
all the work yourself. There are
plenty of persons who would be
glad to get a job working.
2. Don't sell .off everything
you raise on your farm this year
and then turn around this fall
and pay some one else a profit on
the goods that you placed on the
market. Just sell your surplus.
3. Sell as much of your crop
as you can on the hoof. This
brings price per pound instead of
price per bushel, and besides it
leaves some of the fertility of
your land instead of taking it
4. Don't go away from Adair
county to buy your farming tools
and implements. We have deal
ers who can sell you your things
just as cheap as any one else and
Cental & Jefferson Streets
Louisville, - Kentucky.
Rates $2.00 and $2.50 with $3.00 anc$3.50 per day
hot and cold vafer, Privi- vith Private Bafh.
lege of Baf h.
European Plan $1.00 and Up
Local and Long Distance Telephones
in all R-Ooms.
A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts.
D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr.
J. F. Dannehold, Pres. Treas. J, F. Dannehold, Jr., PIce-Pres. Geo. Twyman, 5cc
Main Street Tobacco Warehoused.
iMLAJOSr STREET HOUSE
Strictly Independent. DANNEHOLD & CO. Proprs.
1 1 24. 11 32 S. E. Cor. Main & Twelfth Street
Storage Four Months Free of Charge. Best light in City. Best Inspection.
Auction Sales Daily. Returns Promptly Made. Mark your hogheads, Main
AUTOMOBZLE G-IVEN AWAY
Write for Particulars.
they sell the best lines of goods I T .
too. lL. t. Jones
5. Don't sow poor seed of Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
any kind. If you are in doubt Eye Specialist
don't sow that doubtful stuff.
Uood seed may cost, out it pays
dividends to use it. And buy
your seed from your home deal
ers. 6. Don't pin all your faith,
work and energy to one crop.
Make a specialty of one if you
wish, but have something of an
othor to fall back on in case of
hard luck. You know you might
7. Don't aim at quantity
alone. Try to get the quality in
to everything that you raise this
year. High quality will always
bring a greater total than high
quality of a poor quality.
8. Buying a dollar pocketbook
to carry around fifty cents would
be foolishness. So would be
buying a thousand dollars worth
of implements to harvest a five
hundred dollar crop. Be eco
nomical. Sign of Good Digestion.
When you see a cheerful and happy
old lady you may know that she has
good digestion. If your digestion Is
impaired or if you do not relish your
meals take a dose of Chamberlain's
Tablets. They strengthen the stom
ach, improve the digestisn and cause
a gentle movement of the bowels.
For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv
I keep on hands a full stock of
coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep
Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and
two hearses." Prompt service night or
day. Residence Phone 29, office
45-1 yr J. F. Triptett,
Ad Columbia, FC
There never was a husband so
fair and generous that his wife's
drygoods bills did not annoy hirr.
He may not say anything, but he
he is a rebel at heart. Every
month it is voile, voile. I have
bought acres or tons of it, but
do not know yet what voile is.
Ed Howe, of Atchison.
Special attention given Diseases of all
Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on
Phone 114 G.
Stone & Stone,
tj Will practice in
this and adjoining counties.
Jamstown, : Kentucky
DR. JAS. TAYLOR,
JHas located in Columbia
and will do a General
Residence on Burkesviile Sfreef.
Office In Butler Building
on Public Square-
BOURBON POULTRY CURE
In the drinkinc water
Makes Hens Lay Amazingly
Cures Roup. Colds. Cholera,
Limberneck Prevents Sick
ness. One 50c bottle makes 12
gallons of medicine. At drnc
able poultry book free.
MWMQfl REMEDY CQLuitc3, Kj.
You are alwap3 hearing that-
people are slaves. They are on
ly slaves to bad habits; if you
are a slave, you may write your
own emancipation proclamation.
Albert Harare '.ves, a Paterson
N. J., Policem i
as fallen heir
Of Ceylon's 15
land only' about
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