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THE?ADIAB COUNTY NEWS' nmrnnn T.miiif tyi UHmuMnium m o c Z-. -r V;J - 7. - - flU- Br msf i SHEVaP ilEfAijTk. 'iRaBw 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 vo cal 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 roads. Corn Is $1 10 to-day. Hens were 20 cents yesterday, eggs 25 cents. This country needs developing. There Is the greatest opportunity for truck ing. 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 propor tion. 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. Moore, at Greensburg, thirty-two hogs, bringing him 8814.00. Mr. W. O. Orr has been quite Blck. Uncle as we call him is our oldest cit izen, being seventy-three, is quite able 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. Dent. who has been in Campbells- Milltown. Miss Mollle Caldwell, of Columbia, Is visiting relatives here this week. Mr. J". W- Townsend, who has been down with Bheumatism for several weeks, does not seem to improve any. Mrs. Lena Townsend has a very bad case of lagrippe. Miss Clara Stotts, of Bliss, visited at Mr. J. E. Tutt's Saturday' night and Sunday. Mr. Julie Hatfield, who is teaching school at Cane Valley, visited at Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hancock's Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and'Mrs. Jim Shirley visited at Mr. Bill Gaither Pickett's last Satur day and Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas has a severe attack of lagrippe. Mr. and Mrs Jim Garrison, of the Cane Valley neighSorhood, visited at Mr. Creed Pollard's several days of last week. Mr. Cassius Cheatham went to Co lumbia last week to see after the stock he has -at that place. Mr. George Shirley, who has been at the bedside of his father for the past two weeks, left for his home in Indi ana last Tuesday. - Mrs. Saliie Leach, visiting her daughter, ville, has returned. Howard Leach and family visited, his father and mother last Sunday. Mrs. Saliie Leach and Mrs. Dell Price visited Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gri der, of Montpeller, Monday. "Mr. Gri der is slowly improving. Mrs. Tom Hadley is very low, not expected to live. John Coffey, who lhas been sick, is recovering. George Easthatn, of Esto, is very ill at this writing. Mrs. Emma Marcum Is on the sick list., Miss Zepha Hayes spent last week at Beldon Helm's, at Denmark. Wilie Blair has erected him "a new kitchen, which improves his home very much. Mrs. Mamie Holt visited her moth er and father last Saturday and Sun day.' Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Leach visited his mother Saturday night. Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, Will Bggin , His Great Popularity Sale Contest April Fifteenth CAPITAL PRIZE $500.00 Will be presented to the Most Popular Young Lady in Green, Taylor, Metcalfe, Hart and Adair Counties. iThe second prize will be presented to the Most Pop ular Mother. The third prize will be presented to the Most Pop ular Minister. The fourth prize to the Most Popular Old Maid. Voting Ballots will be presented with every CASH sale. The Popularity Clerk will take the votes before the customer leaves the store, or customer can mail ballots in cases where they leave without voting. The date of distribution of prizes will be an nounced some time in June. Voting will begin April tenth. Everyone is requested to send in the names of Candidates not later than the Seventh. Of course candidates names will be enrolled at any time during the contest,, but it is much better to start with the opening sales. These sales will be of the greatest interest and entertain ment to everybody in the five counties. Interesting changes- will be introduced in the plans frequently, and constant interest will be kept up. till, the finish. ARE YOU WITH US? RED PEA VINE 3-&- Registered Chestnut Sorrel Stallion, Owned Jby R. H. Price, Recently Brought to Adair. i-2 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 fa ther's old home he bought of Jack Ei all, 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 out a little. Guy O. Breeding, of Gainesville, Texas, is here for a few day's visit. B. T. Dudgeon and Dr. E. B. Atkin son have purchased new Ford cars Eurett, second son of Mr. Waller Smith, arrived home last week a crip ple 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. Kemp. Plant beds are now being burned by the farmers, who are planning for a tobacco crop. 1 . There are no more new cases of measles around here now. 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 gathered at the home of Mr. C. T. J'Btulta to celebrate his fifty-first birth 's. -. day. -"" Horn, to the wife of Fred Rogers, on the fifteenth, a girl. AlvinBosson, Bugby, was in our midst last week. George- Whltlock, Campbellsville, our grocery drummer, .was here last jrek. . r Giorge Rogers is very sick. ' ' 3HjVillieStulU on'thsick 1Ist Pickett. There has been scarcely any plowing done in this part of the county, owing to the bad weath er, Several at this place have en gaged"tHeir hogs to G. B. Cheat ham and Frank Dohoney, of Milltown, at a fancy price. The roads in this part of the county are very bad at this writ ing. J. W. Posey was in Columbia last Monday. W. H. Kemp sold one two year old mule to W. G. Pickett 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 t list a few days of last week. Sunday school opened here last Sunday with a very good attendance. T. A. Chastian and Ike Dick erson 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. mi? .1 r. . xnis ceieoratea stallion will mate the season at Mr. R. H. Price's barn, near Columbia. - -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. R. H. PRICE. Then Send In The Names Of YourCandi- dates At Once. Will want not less than Twenty-five Candidates for the Cap ital prize, to the county. More if they wish to enter the contest. Dry Goods. Shoes, Clothing, Hats,' Groceries, Hardware Farm implements and Machinery, Salt, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fertilizers, Buggies, Wagons, Wire and Wire Fence, Gates, Gaso line Engines, Gasoline and Oils, Salvet, Bee Dee. AUTOMOBILES Willjbe sold, giving a wide field and a good chance for every Candidate. EVERYTHING IN ' ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. - Also Elhvood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO. Incorporated 1 16 Eaal Mattel Mreer Between First and Brook - Louisville, Ky. Crop and live Stock Report. Don't Let Your Cough Hang On. A cough that racks and weakens is dangerous, it undermines your health and thrives on-ueglect Believe it at once with Dr. King's New Discovery; This soothing balsam remedy heals tiuTthroat, loosen the phlegm, its an tiseptic properties kill the germ and the cold is. quickly broken up. Chil dren and grown-ups alike find Dr. King's New Discovery pleasant to take as well as effective. Have a bot tle handy in your medicine chest for grippe, croup and all bronchial affec tions At Paull Drug Co., 50c. " Adv A-bill was introduced in the Kentucky Senate to reduce the fees of sheriffs for collecting taxes. Severe damage' to the "winter Wh"efVina -r a Anna A fVm'mnr riivflE t n wvw wu fcvuuwwu kuw vr.w jvne , I pecti to 430,000,000 -bushels. 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. Depart ment of Agriculture, is as fol lows: Wheat: State. Condition A.pr. 1 this year 65 per cent of nor mal; ten-year average condition figures for April 1 , 87 per cent. United States: Condition April 1 this year, 63.1l per cent; ten year average April 1 condition, 86.2 per cent. - , Rye State: Condition April 1 this year, 80 per cent of normal; ten-year average April 1 condi tion, 87 per cent. - United States: Condition April 1 this year, 86.0 per cent; ten year average April 1 condition, 89.6 per cent. Hogs State: Losses from disease past year, 6.0 per cent; ten-year average 6.6 per cent. United States: Losses from dis ease past year, 4.87 per cent; ten-year average, 6.78 per cent. Cattle:1- State: Losses from disease past year, 2.7 per cent;. ten-year average, 2.2. per cent. Losses from exposure past year 1.0 per cent; ten-year ayerage l,3percentr- United States: Losses from dis ease past year, 1.94 per cent; ten-year-average, 2.00 per- cent Losses from diaeaaepast lyear, 1.45per cent; ten-year average, 1.44 per cent. Sheep State: Losses from disease past year, 5.5 per cent; ten-year average, 3.6 per cent. Losses from exposure past year, 2.0 per cent; ten-year average, average, 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, 3.28 per cent; ten-year average 3.06 per cent. Horses and Mules State: Losses from disease past year, 1.7 per cent: ten-year average, 2.1 per cent. United States: Losses fromdis ease past year, 1.69 per cent; ten-year average 1.94 per cent. Prices The first price given below is the average on April 1 this year, and the second the av erage on April 1 last year. States: Wheat, 196 and 112 cents per bushel. Corn, 115 and 77. Oats, 77 and-60. Potatoes, 248 and 98. Hay, $15.30 and $13.50 per ton. Eggs, 23 and 16 cents per dozen. United States: Wheat $1.80 and 98.6 cents per3bushel. Corn, 113and70.3 cents. Oats, 62.0 ariU 42.0 cents. Potatoes, $2.35 and 97.6 cents. Hay. $13.01 and $11.78 per ton Cotton, 18.0 and 1145 cents per pound. Eggs, 26.0 and 17.9 cents per dozen. t PUTTING IT OFF 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 OP TOMETRIST has been consulted. You may save yourself a life of displeasure by coming to us in time; BRYANT & SHIVELY, Jewelers and Optometrists Campbellsville, Ky. : : : The price of postage stamps may be doubled as a means of raising revenue to carry on the- war. Notice Stock Men EEIST JAMIN DARE BENJAMIN DARE is 3 years old, a natural saddle fhorse, 15-hands high and will measure full 16 hands when he comes to maturity, is a chestnut sorrel of fine form and action the type that commands the highest price everywhere a horse of substance and beauty. His pedigree shows him as richly bred in the line of usefulness and fancy as any horse in southern Kentucky, and hissize, form, action and manners are in full keeping with his royal breeding. Accepting the fact that like begets like, he is bound to prove a great sire of thekirid that is always in demand at fancy prices. PEDIGREE: Benjamin Dare sired by Jesse Dare, he by Highland 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 Red Squirrel. This horse will serve a limited number of mares at $25.00 to insure a living colt. Also my two-black Jacks will serve at S&OO and $7.00 to insure living colt. This stock-will be attended by Mr. B.F.Pol ston, a careful man, and will be found at my barn 1 miles east of Creelsboro. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month while breeding to stallion. Money due when colt Is foaled,mare traded or removedVfrom neigh borhood without my consent. " All care will be taken to. avoid accldentsjbut will not be responsible should, any occur. ' W. A. ARMSTRONG, Creelsboro, Ky. Dr. P. Richard .Taylor killed himself inT.hte-bffice ih-Loniivilltg He was a noted physician. idvcrtisourStQck Now. w - i "