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Returned to the Penitentiary. 1. www5 , . r - 1te ob J m ' a. iKtkW ' , -- 4 -- rai? 6 JttT vim wf fftegfraft. ' III Mill m & tt&r '$&& . r 3 v 17, 1915. NUMBER 16 A Y.N. n, C. A. Meeting. High Classed Entertainment. Last October a man named Harvey Helm was paroled from the Frankfort penitentiary, a gentleman who lives in Boyle county, agreeing to give him work. He went to Danville, entered upon the discharge of his duties, but becoming dissatisfied he left his job and drifted into Rmssell county where he broke into a store, was arrested and lodged in jail. Thursday afternoon Mr. E. C. Page, who is a guard at the penitentiary, reached here, en route for Jamestown, where the prisoner was delivered to him and who returned him to the penitentiary on Saturday. If we are ' heavy penalty. correctly informed,, Helm will have to The passing of Mrs Fannie BrownIt is unlawful under the law to kill do extra time for breaking his parole. ing, the devoted wife of Mr. Rollin doves between February 1st and AuBrowning, brought sorrow to this gust 1st. Miss Minnie Triplett is the promocommunity, though it was known ter of a little enterprise that will afthat her malady was incurable. The What's Doing Among Politicians. ford a great deal of pleasure to the end came last Saturday afternoon in readers of Columbia. She conceived he presence of her loved ones, and In The Louisville Times the follow- the idea that a library was very much when the veil was drawn the scene needed in the community, and for the ing statement was made: was heart-rendinpast week she has been taking 'BAI," TKIGQ'S HAT IN RING. She was the loving mother of two at S1.00 each, and she has R. Ballard Trigg, of Glasgow, who bright children, a son and a daughter, secured about sixty names and other who but recently realized that the has been an avowed aspirant for State pilgrimage of their mother was close Senator in the Nineteenth district, names continue to come in. Each to the end, and though they are quite Barren, Metcalfand Adair counties, subscriber, who pays one dollar, beyoung, it is said they were often seen has formally "cut in" for the Dem- comes a member, and the books will about the home, sitting, with their ocratic nomination. It was largely due be selected and ordered in a few days, arms around each other, talking of to the efforts of 'Bal" Trigg that the the very best literature known Evasked the suffering of their dear mother and Nineteenth senatorial district was ery body isupon, to join.' if you are see J. W. :Flowers at made reliably Democratic by the last not called lamenting that they were helpless, Legislature, substituting Adair for Bank and leave your doHarl The encould do nothing to bring about relief. as the makeup. He in It was a sad picture, and every heart Monroe county get its piece legis- terprise will be known member Columbia Library, and each wjjl be this of 'chil- worked hard to in Columbia feels for the dear allowed to keep a book four days belature through. dren. fore returning. The library will be Mrs. Browning was a daughter of at Dr. Jas. Triplett's office. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Stults, and was Mr., Eli Grant Dead. : sub-scriptio- The open season for shooting qua'il and rabbits ended .January 1st. Like wise all hunting licenses issued during the year 1914 expired December 31 and a new license must ber taken out Mrs. Fannie Browning Who Was for 1915 before the hunter can shoulder his gun and enter the fields and woods the Wife of Mr. Rollin Brown-in- . for the killing: of such game as the jaw permits to be hunted Passes over the Siient Rabbits may be snared or caught ' River. after January 1st, but the shooting of rabbits is forbidden until November loth under heavy penalty. Under the law squirrels may be M4NY FRIENDS ATTENDED THE FUNERAL killed until September 1st. Between date and November 15th, under that The Y. M. C. A., gospel team, of Lindsey-Wilsowill conduct services at the following churches in town: At the Christian church, morning 10:45, Mr. S. R. Duvall, Rev. D. L. Tance. At the Baptist church, morning 10:45, Mr. Joe Calhoun, Rev. J. Marvin Perryman. At the Presbyterian church will be a union service at 6:45 p. m. ' Mr. Guy Stephenson, Rev. J. A. Vire and others. appear in next week's issue. Further announcement, Not a Candidate. will "The Famous Tramps Convention" will be given Saturday night, at 7.30 o'clock, February 27, at the courthouse, by the Lindsey-Wilso- n troop. It is for the purpose of getting chairs and a table for the new Y. M. C. A., Hall. They have been practicing on this for the last few weeks. If you want to see a real tramp convention don't miss it. There will be seventeen characters in the play. It is for agoodcause.and they should have a crowded house. Basket Bail Game. Eastern Kentucky State Normal, vs Thurs- born in Adair county about thirty-tw- o years ago. She was married to Mr. Rollin Browning about twelve years ago. Six or eight years ago her health began to fail, and at times she seemed to be improving, but the seed of the disease had been deeply sown, and gradually her vitality failed until death came. For several years her "husband has neglected his business and watched faithfully by the bedside of his companion, doing every thing in his power to bring sunshine into her life. The funeral services were held in the Methodist church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. S. Chandler. There were many relatives and friends who gathered to pay their last respects to a lovable young woman and to drop the tear of sympathy for those who had been so sorely bereft. The interment was in the city cem- Glenville, this county. Ttye deceased was born and reared in the community where he died, and from his youth possessed a character that met the approbation of all good citizens. Mr Grant was plose to seventy years of age. For a'long'timehe had been in delicate health. He was never married. He was buried near where he died, many relatives and friends being in Last Thursday the subject of this notice died at his latehome, near attendance. For Sale. Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs; 50cts The highest percentage of attendance made by any teacher in Adair county this year, was made by Mis3 Terna Todd at Rocky HiU school, Dist. No. 14. Her average daily attendance for the term was 79 of the census. For this superior attendance her salary has been raised from who have so earnestly solicited me to 338.25 per month to S40.00. become a candidate, and have so generously offered me their support. I insurance. appreciate their kinkness more than -I can here express, and in closing I want the Republicans of Adair Co, W. B. Patteson, general Insurance, to nominate some good competent second floor Jeffries building, Colum man for Representative. bia, Ky., an independent agency repre Some very important legislation af- senting some of America's leading fecting the moral and financial wel- Companies that are not in any way Reduction Sale on Overalls. fare of Kentucky will" be up for con- connected with any Bank or rebating sideration before the next General agency, your business is respectfully solicited and a square deal and courte On best Brands of overalls and jack- Assembly. ous treatment is guaranteed to each Very truly, ets for the next 20 days, in order to Respectfully, give this brand a start: J. O. Russell. and every patron. W. B. Patteson Regular $1.10 brand pants now .98. " $1.00 brand pants now .88. Business Meeting at Baptist Church. Rev, C. Conner Brown, of Louis " $i.iq jackets now 98. ville, Synouical Evangelist of the " 51.00 brand jackets 88. Wednesday night, Feb. 17th, is the Presbyterian Church, will preach at These are the Red Diamond Brand time for the regular business meeting Union, in this county, next Sunday of overalls, Best on the market. Al at the Baptist church. We urge all morning, and in town at night. Mr. so the Flyer $1.00 brand at .85. members to be present. Besides the Brown is a very- - popular preacher and t. Garrison Bros. regular business, there will be some has met with great success in his special matter to claim our attention. work. He should have a large audiDoctors Differ. ence at each place. O. P. Bush, Pastor. 7-- Columbia, Ky., Feb. 15, 1915. Editor News: In reply to a question that is asked me every day"will you be a candidate for the Legislature?" I desire to say that, with my business affairs demanding my constant attention, and the added responsibility of settling the estate of Frank Sinclair on my hands, I deem it unwise for me to " throw my hat in the ring" at this time. In making this announcement, I desire to express my sincerest gratitude to my friends of all political parties, Lindsey Wilson Training School, day night. The game that was played on their floor was a hard struggle and this one promises to be a close contest Every body come admission 25c. I6It. J lG-4- t. 15-2- ,We know Die-agnos- is for setting of 15. Hi .Mr. N- - Millerl etery. May a loving God comfort the sorrowing husband, the dear little children, the affectionate father and mother and the brothers and sisters. There were many beautiful floral designs. A Home Wedding. afternoon, at 3 o'clock, .Miss Mary Garnett, a popular and highly respected young lady, a daughter of Mr. H. B. Garnett, and Mr. Bascom Dohoney, son of Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Dohoney, one of Adair's best young men, were married at the home of the bride's father, the ceremony being solemnly pronounced by Rev. J. S. Chandler, pastor of the Methodist Church, this city. The at85.00 reward to the finder of my tendants were Hiss Stella Garnett and watch, lost January 10. Mr. Doc Walker. Mary Lucy Lowe. Immediately after the ceremony the wedding party and a fewspecial friend Basket Bail Game. left for the home of the groom's parents where they were happily received and where a very sumptuous and Eastern Kentucky State Normal, vs repast Last Wednesday and Mrs. Tim B. Cravens will leave in a few days for Tompkinsville where they will take up their residence. Mr. Cravens was born and reared in Columbia, and for a number of years has been engaged in the insurance business. Mrs. Cravens is a native of Tompkinsville where her parents reside. She is a most excellent lady and her Columbia friends will regret her departure. Mr. Cravn ens is throughout the county. He has a host of friends who wish him and his estimable wife sucMr. Jo Ed Flowers had the misforcess in the business that will engage tune to get his little finger, on his the husband's attention when they right hand, terribly lacerated last reach Tompkinsville. Thursday. He was at work at Sandusky Bros' planing mill, getting his Reward. finger caught in a piece of machinery. well-know- To prognose were quick Were .death on diseases When not on1 the sick. When pellagra plagues you,- - . ... I'll tell you the trick For biting of corn cake, Bed bugs or a'tick. Though' some of us differ, While (suckers are slick,)' Druggists may doubt it And doctors will kick, The stars may all tumble To my doctrine I'll stick, For a pure panacea EepairtoSand Lick. Dr. J. T. Jones. . 4 Rev. R. V. Chapin, of Junction City The Ladies Aid Society.of the Presoccupied the pulpit of the Presbybyterian church will meet with Miss Minnie Triplett Thursday' afternoon terian church, in this place, last Sunday morning and evening, and made at 2:30. a very favorable impresson on those who had the pleasure of hearing him " Notice. and he was greeted by a representative Columbia audience. We learn The Adair County Road Co., will that there is a probability that his lower their gates on the pike on Feb. services may be secured by the congregation of that church to fill the 22, 1915, and begin collecting toll. vacancy which has existed for some N Greensburg Loose Leaf House. Under the heaviest offerings of the history of the warehouse, our market has been strong and active on burley and Dark with the best averages of the season. We urge you to use strict caution in getting your tcbaco and, to in good your tobacco on at once. Buyers are discriminating against soft ordered tobacco, as the reordering season is at hand and tobacco is wanted in bone dry order and if it not so the price will be cut in proportion to order. You will also add much to the value of your tobacco by properly grading at home, not only so but will save much time when you get to market. We have received a number of letters from a distance asking us to hold open our market until the middle of March, because the roads hav time. We trust the arrangement can be perfected by which we may have him in our midst. small farm of or 20 acres, within 4 or 5 miles of town. It must be good and fertile land. Al Sinclair, Columbia, .y. 15 I would like to buy a order bring I have mill. bailed hay for sale at my J. W. Walker. Notice. W. H. Wilson has opened a feed sta at the W. H. Got stand and so Russell Circuit Court. awaited them. delightful been a very popular The bride has teacher, and the groom is a successful young farmer. The couple enjoys the distinction of having many warm, personal friends, all of whom extend their very best wishes. Mrs. John A. Mitchell, whose home was near Greensburg, died last Thursday night at 1 o'clock. She was a lady highly respected and her death is deeply deplored. Besides her hus band she leaves a family of sons and daughters, who have the sympathy of every one who knew the life of their godly mother. Nelson Fitzpatrick, an, old colored man, who was a charge on, the county, died at Cane "Valley last Thursday. He was said to bo one . hundred years old. The winter term of the Russell circuit court commenced at Jarae3town Notwithstanding Monday morning. the roads are miserably bad, a fair crowd was on the square by the noon hour. Judge Carter arrived, in due Lindsey wilson Training School. The time to organize the court, and imgame that was played on their floor mediately after the ' dinner hour the prevented their getting to market and we have decided to do this, but was a struggle and this promises to be mill commenced to grand, A. A. Commonwealth's Attorney, we want to emphasize the importance a close contest. Every body come being at his post. of getting here at 'the very earliest Thursday night. Admission 25c. I6lt There are a large number of misde- moment, as the indications are the meanor cases docketed and several Trusts might cease buying. We ship felony charges. John Davidson, who baskets to any R. R. point in Taylor Notice. recently killed Felix Long, and who Co., Freight prepaid to any customer is in jail, will be indicted this week, who wants to ship. This proposition Clothes cleaned and pressed 40cts. but it is not likely that he will be is affective Monday Fed. 15th and af Pressed 25c, . Delphus Taylor. tried at this term of court. The busi- ter that date till season closes. 16-ness of 'the Court will probably reThanking you for your patronage quire the full term, two weeks. and assuring you our best efforts will be put forth to get best prices, Born, to the wife of Walter Chap-ma' We are, January. 29, 1915, a son. Rv drawing a steeple, . a thief enter- - , , . "VnrQ rrc I !v. .V. Mnl. t..n. . ' TT - T,.-; uri; Luue Leat House. Wednesday nighf stealinsraf Mr. Tim B. Cravens has sold his in- ison, surance busineu to Mr. M. C. W::. ' .a tfr. i'son wss ia r'irWvi:.'j, Rollin. BrowrJug, who wtU - ..am fa urn nt lilo .K.' i ;or ColvinHutch- if ' ison, on Feb. 14; 'a: son. continue the work for the companies. seooe. t Hud-dleston, 2t ble licits your patronage. I have several choice fruit trees, that sell at greatly reduced prices if taken at once. Both early and late va rieties, Apples, Peaches and Pears. Call at News Office. Ernest Harris. I will Our readers will remember that some time ago, Zelma Young, a white ni -- T- . girl was murdered in her room, at the home of her parents, in Danville, and until now the murder has been clothed in mystery. Last week John Walker, of color, was arrested at Logan, West Virginia, charged with the crime. The dispatch stated that a short time after his ar.est, he confessed, stating that-hwas the murderer' of the Dan,-i:i- e -- fu-yan- d - . fc'xl. .a. itt remenioorea &tt '..t tiiofcirl's "1 jiaftsfc,',we,ecr -- ogra eit his . iron. .bd.$y&x hat in the room w6ich led to.his &' ta? ' : hijXeJ ger.v ,, ftM """HSf V .- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Eulogy to BY a Dog. Bridal Pair Found Dead. Editor News: allow me space in your paper I will write a few lines', thinking perhaps some of my little friends would like to read a letter from me. I am a little girl only 13 years old. This is my first aitempt to write to our dear paper. I read a letter SHE LATE SENATOR GEO. G. VEST. If you will in the News last week from one of my little cousins and I liked it fine. I have only one pet and that is a little sorrel colt. I take great pride in trying to train and ride my colt, but haven't ito their faith. The money that a man has he got but one good ride yet. I may lose. It flies away from him, will bring my short letter to a close. From a little girl, .perhaps when he needs it most. Myrtie Bloyd. The people who are prone to .fall on their knees to do us honor How Mr. Davis Got Rid of a Bad Cough. when success is with us may be "Some time ago I had a very bad the first to throw the stone of cough" writes Lewis T. Davis, .malice when failure settles its Del. "My brother McCabe Davis gave me a small hotter of Cham(Cloud upon our heads. berlain's Cough Remedy. After takThe one absolutely unselfish ing this I bought half a dozen bottles jfriend a man. can have in this of it but oniy used one of them as the .selfish world, the one that never cough left me and I have not been troubled since." Obtainable everydeserts him, the one that never where. Paull Drug Co. Adv. proves ungrateful or treacherous, Cane Valley. is his dog. Gentlemen of the Jury, a Messrs. Willie Van Hoy and y man's dog stands by him in Bun Rice were in Louisville last and poverty, in health and week selling their tobacco, in sickness. Mrs. Ed Hancock, who has He will. sleep on the cold been confined to her bed for the ground, where the wintry winds past month, is not improving much. She has always been blow and the snow drives fierce kind and obliging to the sick and iy, if only he may be near his ready with a helping hand to the imaster's side. needy and we would be glad to He will kiss the hand that has see her up again. no food to offer; he will lick the Bun Rice has let a contract Sub-le- tt jthe wounds and sores that come with D. H. Beard and J. C. to build a new residence on in encounter with the roughness the land he bought of Will Van-Ho2f the world. last week. He guards the sheep of his Mr. Bram Beard will leave this jaauper master as if he were a week for McKinney, Texas, to make that his future home. Mr. prince. Beard has made two trips to When all other friends desert Texas and he is better pleased ihe remains. When riches . take with that climate wings and reputation falls to Miss Clarice Stotts is getting .pieces he is as constant in his along nicely with her school at ilove as the sun in its journey this place. .through the heavens. Judd Bros., are building a nice If fortune drives the master residence for John Eubank at ;orth an outcast in the world, Coburg. Mr. Eubank lost his residence by fire two months ago. rfriendless and homeless, the Aunt Sallie Banks celebrated faithful dog asks no higher privher 76 birthday last Friday. Sevilege than to accompany him to eral of her old friends called to jguard against danger, to fight see and were all made happy to gainst his enemies. see her getting around so nice. A wa delighted to see a letter When the last scene comes, and death takes the master in its from -- ' ' ld friend Luther Wii- embrace and his body is laid more, m The News last week. away in the cola ground, no mat-e- r The Nrws is so nice to give us space to write to' our dear old if all other friends pursue friends. During the big snow in beir way, there by his graveside 1886, I lived in Gradyville near will the noble dog be found, his Mr. Wilmore. Since that time iiead between his paws, his eyes many of our dear ones have .sad but open in alert watchful- passed over on the other side. ness, faithful and true even to Do You Find PaultWith Everybody? Black-wate- r, pros-ferit-- Gentlemen of the Jury: The heat friend a man has in this s?erld may turn against him and become his enemy. His son or daughter that he has reared with ioving care may prove ungrateful. Tho3e who are nearest and dearest to us, those whom we 'trust with our happinass and our :good name, may become traitors A romance of a year, and a wedded life of less than two weeks was brought to an end when George A. Gasser and his bride ended tkeir lives in the home of his mother in Chicago. Clasped in one anothers arms the pair were found by the mother of the young man. On the young man's breast lay a note which indicated the act was the result of careful consideration and was planned soon after the wedding. Gasser was a substitute mail clerk. His bride, formerly Miss Sylvia Ebersold, aged 19, was a grandniece of the former chief of police of Chicago, and was a mail filing clerk. i bowels are Basis of Child Health The careful mother, who watches osely the physical peculiarities of her ildren, will soon discover that the ost important thing in connection with child's constant good health is to keep iO bowels regularly open. Sluggish owels will be followed by loss of appe--.irestlessness during sleep, irritability and a dozen and one similar of physical disorder. At the first sign of such disorder give the child a teaspoonful of Dr. C well's Srup Pepsin at night on retir .z and repeat the dose the following nh-h- t if necessary more than that will scarcely be needed. You will find that the child wiU recover its accustomed good spirits at o'nce and will eat and sleep normally This remedy is a vast improvement over salts, cathartics, laxative waters and similar things, which aro altogether c, evl-ionc- es them, as with thousands of others, there is no substitute for this grand laxative. It is really more than a laxative, for it contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels so that after a brjef use of it all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do its own work. Anyone wishing to make a trial of thi3 remedy before buying It in the regular way of a druggist at fifty centsior one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to - the home free of charge by simpl" Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Monticello. 111. Tour nam, and address on a costal card will iu. nddr-psing- Mrs. Carrie McDonald, 103G Trigg Ave.. Memphis. Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Griffith. Veechdale, Ky., are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with too powerful for a child. The homes of Town Sold For Dollar. WELL DRILLER See me be The town of Bulger, Colo., has been sold for the cash consideration of $1. H. M. Ay les worth, the purchaser, will plant oats on the main street and will build a corral on the site of the Bulger Has Used Chamberlain's COugh hotel. The ornamental street Remedy fOr 29 Years. 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has lighting system of the town will be left intact. I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. fore contracting. Latest im- proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Give been used in my household for the past twenty years. I began giving it to my children when they were small. As a quick relief for croup, whooping cough and ordinary colds, it has no equal. Being free from opium and oth er harmful drugs I never felt afraid to give it to the children I have recommended it to a large number of friends and neighbors, who have used it and speak highly of it," writes Mrs. Mary Minke, Shortsville, N. Y. For Adv. sale by Paull Drug Co. y, and S44 costs hernin, I shall proceed to door offer for sale at the court-hous- e in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 1st day of March, 1915, at one o'clock p m., or thereabout (being- - County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following described property, A certain lot of land with buildings thereon, situated in Adair County, Ky., near Columbia, and bounded as follows: On the North and East by the lands of J. T. Page, on the Soutli by the lands of Mrs. C. B. Taylor, and on the West by the lands of William Wade, containing two acres more or less. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety'or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A, Coffey, Master Commissioner. to-wi- Fannie Cheatham &c Dft. ) By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Januaiy term, thereof, 1915, in the above cause, for the sum of 332 with the interest at the rate of 6 per cent., per annum from the 5th day of May 1914, until paid, 30-10- Bulger was founded three years ago by Col. James Bulger, soldier of - fortune. The town site was in Larimer county adjoining the tracks of the Colorado and Southern railroad. The decline of Bulger as a municipality came when the railroad raised its right of way and left the Commissioner's Sale. town 15 feet below the tracks. At that time the sponsor and ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. father of the town deserted his ) Matilda Holt PHI. vs. holdings. Colds are often Most SeriOus StOp Possible Complication. disregard of a Cold has often The brought many a regret. The fact of Sneezing, Coughing, or a Fever should be warning enough that your system needs immediate attention. Certainly Loss of Sleep is most serious. It is a warning given by Nature. It is man's duty to himself to assist by doing his part. Dr. King's New Discovery is based on a scientific analysis of Colds. 50c. at your Druggist. Buy a bottle Ad today at Paull Drug Co. J. a C. YATES A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only $1.35 Enquirer is Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly t: It z iccuctl every Thursday, subscription price $I.'X)i)cr year, and it is ono of tha best horns metropolitan weeklielof today. It ha3 all the facilities of the creat DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatninc tha world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity 'to every ome, farm or business man. This grand ofTer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib:njr for the above combination rright now. Call or mail orders to The AdairjCounty News, Columbia Ky. Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Harrison Watson Plff., VS. ) 3 six months, the following described doors, owing to the mining de- property, to wit: A certain tract or pression in Muhlenberg county. parcel of land, situated near Cane Valley, in Adair County, Ky., containing one acre more or less, and bounded as It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism. follows: Beginning at a stone by the Everybody who is afflicted with turnpike road, thence N 46 E 16 poles Rheumastism in any form should by to a stone, thence S 421 E 13 poles to a stone, thence S 63J W 21$ poles to a all means keep a bottle of Sloan's Lin- stone by said turnpike road, thence iment on hand. The minute you feel with said road N 13 W 7 J poles to the r ) Phillip Watson &c Dft. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January term, thereof, 1915, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the courthouse door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder at public auction, on Monday, the 1st day of March, 1915, at The Central City Deposit Bank one o'clock p. m., or thereabout, (bewith $40,000 capital, closed its ing County Court,) upon a credit of 1 b Yofi a Wttoa iKflSB EM 0 fe ft 5 a a m mm &&. I P! Art sij I Ilio Wsman's 4 ToniG 1 mi m.w i. FOR SALE AT ALL DBS6SBIS " death. What Is the Best Remedy For Constipation? 8k This is a question asked us many tuow g disposiAn irritable, tion is often due to a disordered stofault-findin- each day. The answer is guarantee tbem to be gataEMtoqr Jpyou, SoldMubytMjlQoenti. Paull Drug Co.. "We mach. A man with good digestion is nearly always good natured. A great many have been permanently benefited by Chamberlain's Tablets after years of suffering. These tablets strengthen the stomach and enable into perform its functions naturally. Obtainable everywhere.. .For sale '" Advl by Paull Drug Co. " pain or soreness in a joint or muscle, bathe it with Sloan's Liniment. Do not rub It. Sloan's penetrates almost immediately right to the seat of pain, relieving the hot, tender, swollen feeling and making the part easy and comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist and have it in the house against Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, bub it does give almost instant relief. Buy a bottle today. Paull Drug Co. Ad. beginning. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sail until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. y$M&LC'Zl ar SS YEARS' V4&y.ClK'Trrxjtrr3Ia u & 233 rJRJ rTl BTw JT3$(xFi-J- E. T. Franks, of Owensboro, issued a statement declaring that he will not seek the Republican nomination for Governor. COFYr.!GHT3 &C TV mcy AiiTorit? iisnithic a sSrtrh r.nd 1cic-irlon? oiurloti fres wnellipr au qnlosiy isliohnbly pi.U'iuuble. Ciirinni'i.ca. invent t.'ris fic'lyivnl Sontfal. Hfill'JBSOK onf'atjnta sviu tree. OMtU nttney for sorcriii;: patent. l'.iiantd -- Uien ihruuuh Jlunn & Co. : tec: re Sftciot notlcs, without charge. In tUo H nn tl i Tfirde Markv Dcs:gnS. in illustrated weekly. culating of any ncientltlc Journal. year: ton r months, $1. Scul brail Unsucn Cfilcc, 6X A handsomely Scientific Veriest.Ireeat Ter-i- .-. F St, Washington. D. C. cir- ncrolctierc 3 a X '4 r otyd && j. nai. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Homes for the Belgians. A plan to settle communities of Belgian refugees in the United States has been presented to the American governmentby Dugald McFadyen and the two houses of Congress will be urged to so modify the immigration laws as to permit carrying out of the plan. Odd Things the world Mr. Luke Harmon's little boy &n wife have moved to their new of America that at present BelMetal armor in the form of a gian relief is only postponing spiral ribbon, surrounds a new home on Caney Fork creek. Mr. Zola Miller sold a bunch of from day to day the pressure of type of hose to protect it and starvation," declared McFadyen. prevent it kinking. hogs at a nice price. d More than of Austra"There are in the Southern What a Boy Did. States, in the West, and in Can lia's residents live in four cities, ada considerable tracts of land Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and i which might be used for Belgian Brisbane. If you are a boy and thinking The situation is A settlements. hose holder of taking up the study of scienone without precident in history. has been patented for changing tific farming, even if you have There is no parallel showing the position of garden hose with-oto borrow the money to put you what should be done with a popwetting the hands. through an agricultural college, 1, 500,000 suddenly diulation of Wisconsin's new law protect- just consider what one boy did. vorced from its home, its work ing frogs in their breeding seaHe was only 19, a farm boy and its means of livelihood." son is believed to be the first of just out of the agricultural colthe kind in the world. lege. He was $250 in debt for A Convalescent requires a food tonic that will rapidly To lessen the shocks a new de- his education, and he needed build up wasted tissue tachable tandem seat for motor- money. But instead of taking a Emulsion cycles is equipped with both hor good job at certain wages he containing Hypophotphitct is a most reliable prescription which we izontal and vertical springs and took a farm yes, with his two always recommend for that purpose. brothers, he took two farms. !He has a back rest. Paull Drug Co. The electric furnace is being proceeded to mix brains and enWent Through War. Rat used in Sweeden to refine chro- ergy with the land. The first mium from ores brought from year the profits over and above Perhaps the only rat on record South Africa and New Caledonia interest, rent and fair wages to that ever went through a mili- by a secret process. themselves was $1,000. Last tary campaign, ensconced snugA ten per cent., solution of year they made ten per cent., on ly in its soldier owner's pocket, tannic acid, followed after it has $17,000 besides all the other at the battle of Mons, the Marne dried with a ten per cent., solu- charges mentioned. and the Aisne, is now in London tion of sulphate of Iron, will dye Then the boys began to plant in the possession of Sergt. John- tan shoes black. seed corn of a superior quality son, of the Royal Field artillery. "pedigreed corn" they called it. s Johnson was wounded at Yes Many People The neighbors wanted all they have told us the same story distress and is on a few day's leave. alter eating, gases, heartburn. A could buy at $2.50 a bushel. Dyspepsia ' "Billy," as Johnson calls his Now over in the next county Tablet rat, though the latter is a lady, before and after each meal will relievs they have hired Alfred Carlsted v is pure white, and was given, to you. Sold only by us 25c. to teach the farmers of the counPaull Drug Co. the English soJdier by a French ty how to grow corn. They are girl at the beginning of the war. Bart. paying him $1,500 a year for his During the battle of Mons, the work and are glad to. He feels rat sat on her master's right Mr. J.B. Faulkenburg returned that he is doing missionary work boot. Twice she wandered away from Texas a few days ago. for Minnesota as well as earning but came back all right and was Mr. Sherman Whittle has sold $1,500 a year. in the fighting all the way from his farm to Zola McKinley, near Mons to Melum, southeast of Cumberland river. Constipation. Paris, and back to the Marne When costive or troubled with conMr. T. B. Norfleet has sold out and the Aisne. Billy was in hT Wayne Co., and is going to stipation take Chamberlain's Tablets. Sergt. Johnson's pocket all the Jamestown, and I suppose he is They are easy to take and most agree time and was never hurt. When Paull Drug Co., able in effect. good. landed at Southamp- going to put up a stock of the soldier Adv. after he had been wounded Mr. Elmer Miller has sold a ton, by shrapnel, a lady who saw the part of his farm for $20. an acre. The merger between the Hen-r- y Miss Zilpha Miller has been presented to Johnson white rat, Clay and the Great Southern terrier pup named Toby visiting Her sister, Mrs. Zuella a black Fire Insurance Companies has to keep Billy company. The rat Dunbar, near Ono. been finally consummated. and pup are now close friends. Mr. A. T. Miller sold a bunch of hogs' to the Tollers Bro. James A. Farrell, president of prohibition The State-wid- e Mr. Jim Whittle has been vis- the United States Steel Corporameasure was signed by the Gov- liting his father-in-laat the tion, speaking,predicted better ernor of Arkansas, making the Russell Springs. times were near at hand. sixteenth State under this Mr. Ivy Herriford and Ivy Miller have gone to Somerset this If You Are Nervous A Somerset minister was fined week. and are losing weight, we recommend one-thirlong-handl-ed ut "It must be evident to people fell in a tub of hot water and got badly burned, but is improvBreadboards can be bleached ing at this writing. with lemon juice, followed by a Mr. Elmer Miller is in Russell washing with cold water and Springs this week. drying in the sun. Mr. Ardell Sullivan is visiting What is said to be the largest his brother on Pleasant Hill tree trunk in the world, measur- Ridge. ing 145 feet in girth, is at Mix-tlMr. Fonso Dunbar and his m Over. TM"rrMrl ETtw. t . "QP y rTt T 9 a, Mexico. This is the "ThorntoH" Wagon -the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line and! the aid of the most causing hard pulling. ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with: employed to make the Thornhill wagon. long sleeve malleable The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and outcare. For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Each skein iss use the finest hickory machine driven fitted to its axle with a Defiance mato insure the right dish. The hubs are chine infallibly accurate. This machine of oak,' thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right pitch and tuck, makes: light draft a certainty. with double' refined sable iron. The axles are of toughest hickory The bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an iron' plate at top and bot- the steel axles of the best refined steel- tom, riveted through and through mulThe sides of "Thornhill" beds are; tiplying their strength. made of poplar. It costs the makers The "Thornhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and;givejs hound plate that is braced to the hounds better service. at all points. This is an exclusive Come in and see this wagon solil "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the under a binding guarantee. of master workmen non-breaka- Jg sold By The Thornhill WOODSON LEWIS QREENSBURQ, KENTUCKY. Wagon is not the lowest priced but the best, and in the end the cheapest: EVERYTHING IN ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized Sois-son- and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fences- Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. C'Ct Incorporated 112-11- 6 Eaat Matfcei treeif Between Pirst and Brook Louisville, Ky- - U. G. HARDWICN, Pres. J. B. COCKf, V. Pres. 8. B. DtETZMiW, Sjc W. T, Pyne Mill & Soppiy C o. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 jwiLiiiWSiGHTS DEALERSdW f crmcHiNiSTS ENGINES. BOILERS. SAW ML1S. 1301 N. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS? TfilRTGeNTH-MftlLOUISVILLE it SMOKE STACKS Sheet iron and Tank -c VVoriJ w Sr J98BINQ WORK SOLICITRD -- - Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - $50 for making uncomplimentary Mr. Marcus Stephens is very that 70U take remark! .irx tit a member of his bad at this writing and the opin-io- n of hisfrieudsis, he wont last congregation who brought a pond!? to eVinwli. gw OH?.". vm-.- a for a uliort tune. A prcscnpUou we gladly endorse. Paull Drua Co. many days. keacl Our Libera! Paper Offers Jf- - .VT-- - . ,. vrj THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS .4H- -. 3 THE . NEWS ever made and its good will soon be'so manifest that.it will silence Published Every Wednesday the few who may oppose it. - BY THE - . Bslow is the form of note to be ADAIR COUNTY Company used, and has the endersement of thef County Judge and County (Incorporated.) Attorney. You can secure them CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. in printed form from The News Adair County News He asks the Democratic voters of Adair andj'throughout the district, to give his candidacy due consideration, promising to meet as many of his friends as, possible before'the primary. GreatJBritain has now settled upon thejplan of starving Germany out of existence, and thus bring anjend to thewar. Germany has 600,000 prisoners belonging to thegallied;forces, and says they .will starve first, besides 11,000,000 people in German conquered! territory. Can Great Britain afford to imperil the livesfof such a helpless multitude, to enforce her threat? A dispatch from" New York says that everything indicates that better times are near at hand. Steel mills throughout the countryfere beginning to feel the effectsjof the revival, and many plants are working at full speed. The! Carnegie works in Ohio, have opened in full blast, and the Republic Iron and Steel !..' Company have put all its fur- .Gr . ANNOUNCES. naces, in the Hanna plant at B. r. work. Last week railroads Cry'. VL placed orders Sfor 81,000 tons of jS " TO THE; OF tffifc t hree railings. of, dollars and the steel rails. Contracts of 285,000, ' deficit is becoming larger every tons or railsjare now pending. 'J NtaE'EN'TH SENAT&tfAL year, taxes are already too DISTRICT. In another column we publish high on property that is assessed. believe in such a revision of a letter from Attorney General , I am a candidate for the Dem- - our tax system as will make Garnett injwhich he states his ocratic nomination for Senator m property that now escapes tax.i reasons, in a clear and concise tne iycn senatorial District ation bear its fair and just share manner, declining to enter the (Adair, Barren and Metcalfe of the cost oi government, and contest for the Democratic nom- - r counties,) in the primary elec- thereby produce sufficient rev- - ination for Governor. For the tion to" be. held on the first Satur- enue to pay off our large and last year Mr. Garnett has been day in August, 1915. rapidly increasing State debt, regarded as a probable candidate I come of Democratic stock. and also provide for better roads, and manyof his friends in vaMy ancestors emmigrated to better schools, and improved rious parts of the State, and Barren county from Virginia conditions of agriculture through- particularly in this section, have more than a century ago. They out the Sta.'.e without increasing solicited him to enter the fight have all been Democrats, and i the taxes of those who now bear believing he could win in the primary, be elected in November even before I was a voter I was this already heavy burden. an enthusiastic: working Dem-- . I pledge, my constituents to and make a Governor who would ocrat: If nominated, I shall faithfully guard them against unflinchingly do his duty to .the stand on the democratic "plat- the encroachments of all combi- great good of the commonwealth; form and" support" Democratic nations aiid trusts inimical to His experience as the State's lawyer, his knowledge of principles. . their welfare, and promise to chief This district is an agricul tural promote your interests in every the true conditions and tendensection. "Its future prosperity possible way, to the best of my cies of the times, backed by the courage he possesses, pointed must depend upon the develop: ability. ment and improvement of the Trusting that I may have your him out as a most valuable man natural resources of our soil, and generous support, and thanking to guide the old ship of state through its present voyage of upon the permanent improve- you for'the same, Lara, squaring accounts and plant a ment of our roads so that the Sincerely yours, " smile for every existing frown. movement of our crops and other R. B. Trigg. -Fidelity to duty is one of his reaproducts to market may be ac- complished with ease and con- - Mr. R. B. Trigg, of Barren sons for keeping out of the convenience. Good farms, made j county, is, announced in the test, and we who know him best wholly productive by proper care News, this week, a candidate recognize that as one of his chief and cultivation, good roads, good for the State lenate from the characteristics one that has not schools and comfortable homes counties of Adair, Barren and only tied the entire Democracy will assure a happy, prosperous Metcalfe, subject to the action to him in this section, but many and citizenship. of the Democratic voters as ex- Republicans as well. We had Bad roads are an unnecessary pressed at the August primary. hoped he would enter the" race, burden, and an expense. Illiter- Mr. Trigg is a native of Barren win in the primary, triumph in acy and poor, inefficient schools county, and is a member of 6ne November and prove the mettle are a menace to our of its most influential families. of his Democracy in the kind of If nominated and elected, I shall He is a staunch Democrat and administration so needful in this devote myself faithfully to se - ihasbeena faiteful worker for! day and age, and for which he is curing such legislation as will 'party principles since and before 'so eminently fitted to give. No extend the benefits of our free he reached his majority. He "other Democrat could measure school system to the greatest was in Frankfort during 'the strength with him in this part of possible degree, with special session of the last Legislature, the State and it is a matter of reference to agricultural in- and assisted manfully in getting regret that he has refused to struction, and Will continue and Adair out of the 16th Senatorial obey the call of so many loyal system al- district, pucing her in the 19th, friends. extend the good-roaready begun, so that we may which is reliably Democratic. Bell County went on record last soon have safe, sure and com- Besides being a" true Democrat, Saturday roads by votfortable thoroughfares instead of he is a loyal citizen, one who ing for a $250,000 bond issue, the the referable makeshifts waj will make, should he be nom vote standing 3187 for it with now endure. inated and elected, a faithful and only 87 against That's the way is in debt two or conscientious Representative. to get roads and that is business. The State office. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the City of Colombia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offi- as second ' PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. FEB. 17, 1915 ROAD PROPOSITION. The meeting of the Fiscal Court last Friday and Saturday to consider the proposition to build roads in this county, under the provisions of the State road law, drew many of our best citizens to town and showed plainly that our people of the county are almost solid in favor of accepting State aid levying a county road tax to the limit. Friday was spent in ascertaining the will and wishes of the people many interesting speeches beingmade, developing every phase of. the question. There was only one speech made in open opposition to the movement while another expressed doubt as to the advisability of the undertaking, giving as his opinion that it is toq big a proposition for this county to successfully handle. From the many urgent pleat and from the interest manifested by the many in attendance showed an over whelming sentiment in favor of accepting every dollar from the State Aid Fund that could be received. On Saturday the attendance was fully as good as on Friday, and after a few speeches had been made the court decided the matter by a roll call of the magistrates, the vote standing six to one in favor ofc accepting State aid and levying a 25 cent road tax the dissenting vote coming from 'Squire Bryant. Immediately following this decision various views were expressed as to where and how the first appropriation should be spent, which was decided by the court to use it all on- - the road that would put up the most money. On Saturday, the 27th of this month, the court will receive the bids from the various roads, and will decide at that time whichroad will get the improvement. The amount contributed must be.made good to the satisfaction of the court and payable on the 1st of July, 1915. To the honor of the court and the credit of the many good citizens who participated in developing this proposition, we feel , compelled to say that in no other gathering touching the public welfare have we ever seen as little selfishness or as much real public spirit manifested. The conduct of both court and people indicate that the movement launched will not perish in a few fleeting months, nor lose its power and vigor by disappointed contestants for the first road. To our mine it means more for this county than any other effort - For and in consideration of The Fiscal Court of Adair County using the money derived from its present road levy, together with the aid secured from the State Road Commission, on the Columbia and road I promise and bind myself to pay to said Fiscal Court ($) dollars on the first day of July 1915. Should said court fail to carry out the above agreement on the road above mentioned then this note is void and to be returned to me as soon as decis-iois made, otherwise to remain in full force. 1915. This February n GARNETT NOT A CANDIDATE. "" Frankfort, Ky., ' FOR STATE SENATOR! : v . - January, 22,,,1915.1. miG j -: I Mr. C. Sv Harris,.' H-.- . r,v J ; luii . Editor, Adair Co., News,-;o?jColumbia; Ky. ':- - ..;. .. My dear Sir and Friends '" 7 I have your- very kind favor of the 19th, asking me tocmake the race for Governor, with the pledge of the support of your valuable paper and the support of a great section of the State, - r. I -- which places me under a still deeper sense of gratitude to you and my other friends in that section. I have received many letters from different parts of the State, and some from members of both the opposing political parties, asking me to make this race. I realize that the Governorship of this proud Commonwealth is an honor any man could" covet, and I; have given the ''"matter much consideration. Should I make the race ft would be necessary for me to neglect the duties of the office I now hold, and the expense of a campaign such as would have to be waged would be far in excess of my financial resources. For these reasons I am persuaded that I should not become a candidate, but that I should devote my entire time to the discharge of the duties assigned to the office of Attorney General, and at the close of my term return to the active practice of my profession. It shah be my pleasure at all times to do what I can in my feeble way for the advancement of our State, and in the future, as in the past, I shall be ready to give my services to the party which has honored me; and it will be a special pleasure for me to serve you and my other friends who have been so loyal and true to me. With the kindest regards and best wishes, I am, Yours very truly. James Garnett, Attorney General. . ! ! , I law-abidi- ng well-bein- g. ds for-go- od The British official statements adrr.it that their casualties up until now are 104,000 men. An average of almost 600 daily. THE ADAIR 'COUNTY NEWS 6 2 tfCR3r BIG MONEY .A. A SAVING SALE I ff GREAT SUCCESS GASEY JONES' STORE Busy Place. Greater Crowds expected this, the last week of Sale. More Goods Arriving Every Day. If you miss this sale you Lose Money. Goods going at less than Manufacturers Cost. Prices Cut on everything in our house for this Sale. 0 T41P . BELOW WE QUOTE A FEW MORE SPECIALS: Fine Shoes 100 pairs Mens Fine Shoes, Tan, Black and Patent Leathers, $4.00 and $3.50 Shoes $2.98 50 prs. Boys Walk Over and Ben Hut Shoes, $4.00 $3.50 & $3.00 sale price 25 Mens Suits,, regular price $10.00 and $ 2.50, this week for $8.95 is Strictly High Class Clothing ' This from a New York Factory. 1 1 Ladies Waists 25 Middy Waists, assorted patterns We have a big supply 00 Suits for Men, Boys and Children regular price at about one-ha- lf $2.48 Cloaks and Coat Suits 100 Ladies Cloaks and Coat Suits $5.00 to $10.00 clean up sale this week $1.98 to $4.98 We still have a few PettycoaU Jl700 values at 58c 50c values 34c. 200 prs. Mens and Boys Work Shoes at 20 per cent, reduction. This is ' 1 1 all fresh Factory Stock. 00 prs. Mens and Boys retail stock .shoes, values ?-. $2.50 to $4.00 $1.59 ' 48c $1.00 values Waists assorted patterns and colors 50 all good styles 39c $3.98' Silk Waists One lot 1.49 6 Silk Dresses $6.50 values 3.98 Dress Goods 6 pieces Suiting 25c goods 15c piece Woolen Crepe 50c goods 25c 6pie4e 10c Outing! 8Jc 1 1 1 of Scoop Shovels, Long Handle Shovels, Ditching Spades, Garden Hoes, Rakes, Manure Forks, Post Hole Diggers, also about 1500 prs of Door and Gate Hinges due to arrive the first of the week, at less than wholesale 'price. Cutlery 50 prs steel, nickle plated Shears assorted sizes and patterns, values up to 75 c choice 23c 25 prs nickle plated Gold mounted ' v Shears, $L06 values" 39c We still have ;a" fair supply of Pocket Knives at regular price d one-thir- irie .vlOO prs Mens and Boys Cloth Leggins these are sample goods, not - exact " make,' slight difference- - in buckles and buttons, values from 60c to ' .23c $1.25, clean up price OdrfPants ' $3.50'Valaes3 ,jMh 25 prs Menst'Pants, assorted " piece White Corduroy 25cvalue 12 piec Pink Corded Voile 50c value 29c : '25 prs Meris'Odd Pink $3.00 colors J2.49.,,, tl MD0i3tf ip ' Men, Attentions r , j 48 prs. mens Leather Leggins, values $2.00 to $2.50, clean up price . $155 A values r.c n j. .. , 79c. ' ''fean .. pnie Imported Kain Coats everywhere at $12.50 special" ' ., $6.49r up price '' ' -- 79c 50 Assorted'pantsat;bargain prices good line of Overalls and Jumpers clean up sale All Bed Blankets at Cost Just eceived 250 more pieces of I 2 Table Cutlery, values equal to last weeks specials, at money saving J" prices. f We a few pairs of Womens Overgatere and Childrents Leggins 1 3 and 1 5 dean up price c. still have Rugs and Druggets. Alarms Clocks 50 Assorted brands and styles Alarm Clocks, prices 25 prs Mens Double Front Overalls 25 prs Single Front Bib Overalls We carry a big line of the best$ 1.00 Overalls on the market 50c 50c 200 prs Womens and Childrens shoes at greatly reduced prices. 6 9x12 Art Squares $5. value $3.85, .. .6 9x12 Extra Heavy Weight Fiber Druggets $4.98 Tapestry Brassells 1 11-3- x12 $1.00 to $1.50 25c sellers 57c 25 sticks Williams Shaving Soap in Nickle plated boxes, $17.50 values I 41-3x12 ' $13.48 lie Clothing Mens and Boys Overcoats Prices at your Tapestry Brussels A lot One Mens Shirts All our Factory line of $ .OOshirts 90c 50 Blue Chambrey plain and pleated 1 100 Rain Coats for Men, Women and Children, cut down one-ha- lf for this sale bosom shirts 39c 15c $20.00 value. $16.00 Our $ .75 Axminster Rugs cut to 1.49 " " $3.50 " " " 2.85 " $1.25 Velvet Rugs, cut to 1.09 Don't forget we can save you money 1 of Tennis Racket Cases and Gun Cases, bargains at 25 c only, genuine Leather Case, a bargain at Gun $2.98 at Base Ball Goods A lot of Base Balls, Bats and Mits 25 Boys Shirts 25 and 50c values v.. a: on Buggy Harness. bargain prices. Hi .!- - r'f V t -- -- -. ' j 'm Announcements. FOK CIRCUIT COUKT CLEKK. We are authorized to announce E. A. Strange a candidate for circuit clerk of Adair county, subject to the Democratic primary to be held in August. FOE CIRCUIT JUDGE. These Boats are fast, of exceptionally light draught, Carter, of Monroe coun-ty- j having been especially built for the Upper Cumberland authorizes us to announce his canRiver, and the only boats having working arrangedidacy for to the offiee of ments with Railroads at Burnside, Traffic handled Circuit Judge in this the Twenty-nint- h Mr. T. C. Faulkner, this place, the Mr. Cecil Ramsey, Monticello, spent ' direct from boat to cars. Not subject to wagon n surveyor, is again 'ready several days of last week in Columbia. transfer. district, subject to the action of the Ropublican voters, as expressed for business. Three months ago his Through Bates and Bills of Lading to all points. Through r Judge Murrell, Lebanon, was at the polls at the coming August shoe on his right foot, hurt his great here twoT. A. of last week. Tickets to and from Cincinnati and Louisville. dajs primary. toe and blood poison set up, keeping Cargo Insurance carried on our packet Boats for the protechim confined to his room until last Mr. Matt Eugleman Campbellsville FOE COSIMONWKALTH'S ATTORNEY. tion of shippers. called to see our hardware merchants SCHEDULE: Str. "Rowena." leaves week. Burnside Saturday 3 p. m. of each week ' week. We are authorized to announce A for Gamsboro, Tenn. Returning, arrives, Burnside Wednesday Mr. T. R. Stults, who is in business last Gam A. Huddle&ton, of Cumberland coun- at Laucastsr, and Mr. and Mrs. Ewing . Leave Burnside Wednesday 3 p. m. each week for Celina, Tenn P.- e- ' Messrs. Berry and James Buster, of ty, a candidate for to the Stults, Knoxville. Tenn. arrived last Creelsboro, were here a day or two of turning, arrives at Burnside Saturday 6 a. m. Strs. "Celina" and "Aloffice cf Commonwealth's Attorney in Thursday afternoon. Called here on bany" subject to demands of traffic. This schedule subject to change last week, stopping at the home of this the Twenty-nintdistrict, sub- account of the serious illness of Mrs. Mr. W. H. Wilson. without notice. ject to thefaction of the Republican Rollin Browning. G. M. ESTES, G. F. & P. A. A. B. MASSEY, President. Mr. Wm. Irvine, who visited at Rusvoters in said district, as expressed at Mr. Jo Leanard,of Albany.Traveling sell Springs and the primary to be held the first SatCieelsboro six weeks, Burnside, Kentucky. salesman, was here last Thursday. urday in August, 1915. returned home last Friday. Judge J. C. Milton, of Dr. and Mrs J. 1ST. Murrell, who has been'duite sickfor two weeks, is reported better.- FOE CIRCUIT COUET CLERK. Mr. Ira Branham, who .has! been c in the regular service for four years, was We are authorized to announce J. in Texas, on the R. McFarland a candidate for Circuit 8th of this month. He arrived ' he're Court Clerk of Russell county, sub- last Wedneseay afternoon, en route to ject to the action of the Republican his home, Breeding. voters of said county, as expressed at Mrs. T. J Lawhorn, Burkesville, was the August primary. here a few days ago, en route to Camp- bellsville, having received word that her daughter, Mrs. B. H. Gilpin, was quite sick. Russell County Announcement. "J ixc - - Cumberland River Route Burnside & Burkesville Transportation Company ( Incorporated ) discharged Packet Steamers: Tow Boat: ROWENA and CELINA. ALBANY and Large Fleet of Barges. Personals. well-know- -- h FOE THE STATE SENATE. We are authorized to announce D. E. Hatcher, of Barren county, a candidate for the State Senate, subject tc the Democratic voters at the August primary. The district is composed of the counties of Barren, Met- calfe and Adair. We are authorized to announce R, Barren county, a candidate tor the State Senate from the 19th district, subject to the action of the Democratic voters in the August primary. Tjhe district js com posed of Adair. Barren and Metcalfe." '' B. Trigg, of Mrs. Talmage Smith, of Indianapolis, Ind. daughter of Mr. W. T. McFarland, this place, whose serious illness was reported in last "week's News is now better and her doctor writes that she is in a fair way to recover. Mr. W. H. Rouse, representing D. H. Baldwin & Co., Louisville, was here a few days of last week. Miss May Bryant and Mr. IvaBryant Sano, were here Friday, en route to Mahomet, 111., on a visit. Mr. Chesley Leach, who visited in Adatr and Russell, was here Friday, en route to his home, Custer, Iil., Mr. O. C. Face, Lebanon was here a few days age. Supt. Huffaker is attendidg the Superintendent's Conference in Louisville this week. Mrs. R. L. Bunnell, of Louisville, who visited her sister, Mrs. J. N. Mur Great Reduction Sale! ' rell, has returned home. WE WILL OFFER FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS nTTP- Mr. W. H. Gill, of the firm of Gill & entire stock of Shoes, Shirts, Hats, Caps, Lace and Pibbons at Sf Waggener, was in the Louisville mar- per cent, discount. Uur full line of Enameld Tinware at 20 per cent, discount. Arbuckle Coffee. 20 cents. Stock of Poultry food ket last week. 20 per cent, discount. Regular 25c Calumet Baking Powder. Mr. W. A. Coffey has returned from at 20' cents. Regular Calumet 15c. size, 10c. a business trip to Louisville. Mr Hugh Richardson, of Campbellsville, was in Columbia 'Monday and Tuesday shaking hands with his many friends. Garrison Bros. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS From Missouri. 1 Absher. Cole Camp. n. Carrollton, Jan. 30ch, 1915. Editor News: If you will allow me a little space I will try to give you a news from old Missouri. We are having real cold, bad winter. The ground has been covered with snow, with the exeception of 3 or 4 days, since the 12th of December. We have about a 2 inch snow now with 14 below zero in Carrollton last Monday, but it is not so cold now but it looks like we would have a slick time, for it is raining and freezing and don't look a bit good to me. Stock of all descirption is looking well. Most of the people seem to be enjoying good health. The country was full of what the doctors called small pox and there are a few cases in this neighborhood yet, but it don't amount to anything. I understand that some of the Shirley boys took it from here back to Adair county, but you people back there don't want to be alarmed for I tell you it don't amount to anything for there has been 100 or more cases in my knowing around here. It didn't hurt anybody except a few that had a doctor. They got pretty sick. Four of my boys had it but it didn't make them sich. only about 48 hours, then they would go to work. So, if it is smallpox, I would advise all of you to try to get it, while it is so small that it don't kill, for there is a kind that kills Say, you people back there sure did the right thing when you elected Rollin Hurt and Beckham. You have the right men in the right place. Now, if you will just remember Mr. Strange and Mr. Ottley in the next county race, as they both proved themselves to be the choice of the Democrats of Adair county. Won the nomination over good men and was then defeated by men of the Democratic party so, I think they are just as much entitled to the places occupied by your present judge and school Superintendent as was Mr. Beckham to the place occupied by Senator Bradley. Wishing you all prosperity for the next twelve months, I will ring off, Respectfully, J. T. Taylor. Several from here are attend Casey Creek was past fording ing court at tJurKesviiie this several days of last week. week. Mr. R. B. White, of Neatsburg, Messrs. Talmage Sparks and J. was the guest of W. P. DillingF. Ellington spent Saturday ham Saturday end Sunday, night with Mr. J. F. Irvin. Miss Arva Cave, who has been L. P. Fletcher and M. L. Nor-riat Campbellsville for some time, spent the week end with J. is at home now. M. Fletcher. Mr. E. S. Rice left last TuesMiss Ioma Hurt is spending a day for Louisville. few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Mr. Winfrey Beard is home Mattie Cole. from the L. W. T. S., last week. Miss Lealer Baker, who has Mr. Ose Dillingham is visiting been sick for several weeks, is relatives at Neatsburg. improving. Messrs. L. G. Weatherford Mrs. C. D. Holland and chiland Tom Ellis were in Campbells- dren spent Wednesday with her ville one day last weak. mother, Mrs. Bettie Cole. Mr. W. H. Cave fell the other Misses Mary Ruth Winfrey and day and sprained his ankle very Willa Parrish visited Miss Bettie bad. Jane Irvin, Saturday night. Mesdames Susie and Minnie Messrs. H. B. Robertson and W. P. Dillingham visited rela- Baker and Annie Young, Misses tives at Roley and Casey county, Ella Baker and Hettie Young visited Mrs. G. M. Dillon, Tuesa few days ago. day. Mr. Ruel Cabell begun a singMiss Mary Fletcher spent last ing school at Egypt, Tuesday Saturday night with Miss Ruth nighfc. Thomas. Mr. Milliard Young was at his Several hog buyers were in home from Saturday until Monthis neighborhood last week.. day. Mrs. L. B. Baker spent last Mr. Ingram Robertson bought a sow and pigs of Johnny Pike Saturday night with Mr. Alexander Dillon. for $15.00. Mr. Jesse Fletcher, who has Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ellis and daughter, of Tallulla, 111., are been confined to his room for several weeks with a rising m visiting relatives at this place. is slowing improving. Mr. E. A. Cooley and Miss Re his head, Miss Ruth Thomas is spending becca Brockman were quietly married at the home of the a few days with her cousin, Miss bride's sister, Mrs. L. G. Weath-rfor- Nettie Keen. Sunday, Jan. 31, Rev. The pound supper at Mr. Danofficiating. The neigh- iel Claywell's last Saturday, was John Rice borhood extends a hearty con- largely attended, and a nice time gratulation to the deserving reported. young couple. Mrs. Nannie Cole is able to be Miss Vinnie Weatherford spent up, and we hope to see her out Saturday night at Garl Weather soon. ford. s, Great Barnat The Louisville Daily Herald And the Adair County News One Year Each For S3.00 This offer will hold good for only a shorl time. If you want to keep posted in poll tics and current events, subscribe now Come, bring or send your subscriptions t this cfnee. Birdseve view of our Plant m'&J- TriiMirnfc-- d. SE2 VHw 12Ki9fy S sSsi lic " "Largest m Dixie" V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated to Mr. Willie Moore is visiting Neatsburg. Mr. Riley Light, who has been on the sick list for some time,' is no better at this writing. his sister, Mrs. Marvin Ldy, of near Gadberry, Stop That Coug- h- Now. Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, The Daily When you catch Cold, or begin to will fill his. regular appointment Cough, theflirst thing to do is to take at Tabernacle Saturday night Honey. It pene Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r Rev J. V. Daniel, of Casey Co., Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog The Liver Regulate Sluggish the Body A Liver Needs Care. Someone has said that) people with J. O. White, a fine bunch of hogs. Liver Complaint should be Chronic The first Baptist "church at of The majority of up away from humanity, for they Mayfield passed a resolution to shut this community are in favor of are pessimists and see through a glass persons for dancing, good roads. "church" darkly." Why? Because mental card-playifor prizes and Mr. R. L. Neat, who has been states depends upon physical states. tax-paye- rs ng trates the linings of the Throat and Mr. Wallace Beard, who is in Lungs, and fights the Germs of the Disease, giving quick relief and natu- the revenue business, is visiting ral healing. "Our whole family de at home. for Coughs pend on Rollin Caldwell and Booker and Colds," writes Mr. E. Williams, Leftridge were at this place last Hamilton, Ohio. It always helps. 25c week. Ad. at Paull Drug Co. Mr. I. C. Breeding bought of Pine-Tar-Honey and Sunday. Louisville And The Times Mew Adair County Biliousness, Headaches, Dizziness and drinking. disappear after using Constipation Dr. King's New L'ife Pills., 25c at You Can Enjoy Life Sue "y ai ycu want and not be troubled Ad. Drug Co. Paull with liwtion if you will take a quite sick, is no better.- - Mr. Lee Wesley, of Yosemite, is visiting his son. P. P. Wesley, of Eunice. and wife have been, visiting at Milltown. Mr. Sam Hatfield Mr. I. C. Breeding Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. The primary will soon become interesting. Subscribe for this paper. Campbellsville a few days ago to run a spoke machine for Mr. J. Do Not Gripe prisoner at Han- A. .Russell. A French war We liave a pleasant laxative that will want it to do. do just what yoti over has been sentenced to two The farmers of this communir years imprisonment tor punching ty say their wheat crop is not "We sell thousands of them and we have never Seen a better remedy for tfe. out the eyes in a portrait of the looking so well on account of so bowels. Sold only hy us, 10. cents, fi irmnh cnld weather. Kaiser. Paull Drug Co. before and after each meal. Sold only by ua 25c a box. Paull Drug Co. ftSSSfi Ta'bTeT It is Democratic, left for but gives ail the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah County News both for 4.50 per year. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS IDEM MMM WHfi UUiiunCdd Ur r c63eofin tenia tibnal 1u You Need a Tonic posed 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 NEUTRAL NATIONS Venezuela Suggests Worldwide Conference In V.- - representing the 'digested thought and combined wisdom of all the neutrals, would be submitted to the judgment of all nationsneutral as well as belligerent. DENTAL OIFBICTJ Dr. James Triplett DENTIST There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com- Washington. Had Right Leg Broken Seven Times. Running on slippery streets to catch OVER PAXTLX. DRUG CO. a trolley car, William EI Harmer. Ky. ight years old. a salesman for a Chestnut street store in Philadelphia, OffFICB PHONI fell and broke his right leg This is HE3 PHONE 2D. the seventh time In fourteen years that Oarmer has broken his right les. forty-e- Columbia, CARDUI The Woman's Tonic says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. 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., Has Helped Thousands. XXXX 161 Special Notice ! oodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. nomy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence xmg felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick and satisfactory fence. I NOTE THE PRICE. fconomy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c - tt rr 26 32 " " " " - 8 8 9 9 i 32 39 39 " " " " " " 18c " " " "" " " 20c 18c " 22c " 20c Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods Meet to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as to Quality and Price. jfull, Complete stock of j Wagons. the Celebrated Thornhill 'Satisfaction, or your money back." ing, both &n't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloh- - at old prices. W. Carrier Pigeons. Pigeons were employed in early Egyptian days, navigators taking them DENTIST Minister of Foreign Affairs Andrade Is on their galleys and liberating them when they arrived at their destination Father of Idea Placed Before In order to announce their safe arrival Am permanently located in Co Union's Commission Apto their friends. The Romans utilized pointed Recently by All American them lumbia. In communicating with, each othRepublics Excepting Mexico. er in wartime. AH Classes of Dental work clone. Crow The government of Venezuela has Revenge. Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. formally proposed a great internation"Will you marry me. Miss Gussle?" conal conference in Washington to All Work Guaranteed "No. Mr. Jinks." sider and revise the rules of interna"Oh, thank you! I was so afraid tional law regarding the rights of neuOffice over G. W. Lowe's you'd say yes, tral nations in time of war. The Vene- were betting for, you see, the fellows no fellow had the nerve zuelan proposal is one of the biggest Shoe Store and broadest that has come out of the to ask you, and I took it up in spite of among neutral nations gener- the risk." Baltimore American. feeling ally that the war in Europe points the J. H. Stone J. B. Stoke Domestic Discord. need for a definite determination of "My husband used to call me his neutral rights as affected by the operation of belligerent nations and their lovely lute." & "And now?" cruisers in a struggle like that now "Now he picks on me.M Louisville being fought in Europe. This proposal was submitted by Ven- Courier-Journa- l. Attoney-At-Laezuela, through its minister in WashWhere Truth deigns to come her sisington, Dr. Santos A. Dominici, to the Q Will practice in ter. Liberty, will not be far. Akenside. governing board of the union. The governing board will refer Poor Egg! this and adjoining counties. the proposal to the special commission "Here's a Swiss named Egg who recently created upon motion of Dr. lives in New York petitioning to have Jamstown, Romulo S. Kaon, the ambassador from his name changed." Kentucky : Argentina, who acted on Instructions "Sort of an egg shake, eh I What's from his government. the trouble?" "He and his family have four chilWhat makes the Venezuelan project exceedingly important and farreaching dren, and his family is constantly reIs the fact that it does not limit the ferred to as 'the half dozen Eggs.' He Veterinary Surgeon suggestion for such an international claims his yolk Is too heavy to ne conference to the twenty-on- e nations borne." and Dsntlfct "Why doesn't he lay for his tormenof North, South and Central America tors?" which have membership in the ears, experience. Special attention "It appears that he did once and got given to Surgical and Dental work. union. The Venezuelan idea contemplates that the Washington con- beaten, whipped to a froth. Poor Egg ference shall embrace representatives could barely scramble home." Boston Office at residence near Graded School from every one of the neutral nations, Transcript building. that all the neutral nations be invited PHONE NO. 7N Holland's Queen Subscribes Million. to participate in the deliberations and Queen Wilhelmina, in signing a bill that the work of the Washington con ference be submitted to a congress of for a war loan of 275,000,000 florins I keep on hands a full stock of all the nations. Including not only ($110,000,000). informed the finance minister that she would personally un- coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep those which are neutral, but also those derwrite 2.500,000 florins ($1,000,000). Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and which are belligerents. of the amount General Andrade Author of Idea. two hearses. Prompt service night or The author of the suggestion for this day. Eesidence Phone 29, office great conference of neutrals is General 98. phone Ignacio Andrade, who is now the minNotes by the Way. 45-- 1 yr J. P. Triplett, ister of foreign affairs of Venezuela, who submitted the proposal on behalf Ad, Columbia. Ky. of his government a'fter conferring at Caracas with the leading statesmen of Ninety-fiv- e per cent of the that country. General Andrade was president of steel pens manufactured in the Venezuela twelve years ago and Is a brother of Don Jose Andrade, who for United States are made-a- t Camsome years was minister plenipotenCOLUMBIA, KENTUCKY" tiary and envoy extraordinary from den, N. J. Venezuela in Washington. Wilt Practice in all'the'.Courts The written proposal of the VenezueWhat is claimed to be an un0!!ice:-- ln lan government is not to be made pubRollin Hurt'sIOItic lic until after It has been submitted to breakable telephone receiver has the special commission of the B Business Pho el3l Residence Phone-1union, which was appointed a steel skelton within the rubseveral weeks ago by unanimous vote of every American republic except ber covering. DR. Mexico with instructions to consider problems growing out of the war as The same steam engine has affecting neutrals and to report recomDENTIST mendations to the governing board of been pumping water out of a the union. coal mine in England for more Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g Define Neutral Rights. The proposal points out that neutral 100 years, up Stairs. nations appear to be anxious to have than their rights, as well as the new probSuccessful experiments of Honlems affecting those rights, revised and Columbia, - Kentucky TO DRAFT CODE OF RIGHTS m Pan-Americ- an HENRY DEPP, Stone Stone, w Pan-Americ- u. H. JOiiES Pan-Americ- W. T. OT3?LEY Pan-Americ- J. N. MURRELL Pan-Americ- We ( have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything Big Barrels $1.75. (It I Salt Pure and Barrels Full. , definitely defined. Dr. Dominici. the Venezuelan minister here, has been informally consulting with the members of the diplomatic corps from all neutral nations represented In Washington and with those of neutral European and Asiatic na- tions and acquainting them with the duras indicate that cotton may become an important production of that country. Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing resenting the different European and other neutral nations have been con UKIJUt4-sulting their governments and informing them of the plan. Although diplomats representing neu- trals have only been discussing the mat ter informally and can take no steps VETERINARY SURGEON to bind their governments without instructions from their foreign offices, the k Land Owners Attention, Venezuelan idea appears to have been received favorably. It is not the purpose of the Venezuelan government to seek to lay down C. Faulkner, is prepared to do new rules of international law or a neutral made code that would be binding your Surveying correctly. upon belligerents who were not reprevjm &2jf ffadr--j- r sented in the conference. The Idea is years He has thirty-thre- e that the neutrals shall first bofd their great conference In Washington 4ind Special experience. Charges rea- Attnetin to Eyes consider all the problems growing out of the war that affect them. The idea Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any sursonable. Phone 74 or gical work done at fair prices. 1 am then Is to reach an agreement along well fixed to take care of stock. Hon definite lines as to what should be dorir write e due when work is done or stock to clearly define the rights of neutrals. 'U removed from stables. After this has been done and after the (""wqN-q&lRwar in Europe Is over, the work of the . EB BDGIES IE5IIENCE, Washington conference would b wmoAUfc ).ktxf. placed before a congress of nations, Otlunihra, Ky. W nr4. and in this second congress the neutral Lime for this month, only 90c. Aluminum foil for wrapping! Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly details of the Andrade idea for the pro-- J purposes is being that is only one (lone. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Special posed conference. As a result of these informal conversations, diplomats rep-- I sixth of one hundredth of an attention to Ilorse Shoeing. Pricc3 right and inch thick. A mixture of slaked lime, linseed oil and cotton fiber is used in some portions of Turkey as a substitute for cement. All field guns hereafter built satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot' stirveymg xxxx C. D. Crenshaw L PHONE NO.! 75 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky. -- for the United States army will be so mounted that they can be used against aeroplanes. A fork carried above an aeroplane has been invented by a Tired! Are yon tired? ran down? nerroas? Is everything you da an effort? Not it is not laziness. You ar ill. Yoar system needs a tonio. Yoar Stomach. Kidneys and Liver need stirring op. Nothing will do this better thaa , T. Faulkner, French aviator to enable a machine to alight by clutching a cable. Electric Bitters sd $1.0 . AM Drcfttkte ,.50e. "V , 1.''-- . 8 .4jlftr THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A c T jg " -- tj'-V- """ lil'-Ir- ., . tyZfi'V.' o "j" a iiu. ars,from- - consumption. "At present, f are not based on the Lusitania incident hut on . the statement of the only place where you can go Is J the British Foreign Office justifying the use of neutral flags by its grave. However, tne state win care asylum for your an :v X battle which the Russian War Office describes as without vessels, the United States has stated unequivocally, it is under- after youchildren in andorphanin a few are dead, then, '' precedent in history has occurred in Galicia in the course of the stood, that a continuance of the practice would be highly danger- years a special officer will find a home for them. But save your life never. campaign for mastery of the mountain region which screens ous to neutral vessels and would be viewed with the deepest anx-it- y That is a cranky idea. It is not bus iness, the State can't afford it. So the here. Northern Hungary from Russia. In a single day the German little mother died of the preventable ' The texts of the two documents are expected to be published and curable disease, the home was troops charged twenty-tw- o times on a Russian position. They broken up and the children were taken make their charges up a hill in the face of artillery fire. Twice by the State Department. Among diplomatists here the fact that to the orphan asylum. A big, fat hog one morning that had they gained possession of the heights, but according to the Rus- the United States has taken a pronounced stand created a pro- found belly. He sqealedheloudlya pain in his and the farmer came out of the house to sian statement they were finally driven out with bayonets. The found impression. sea what was the matter. "He's got Oerman losses .are described as "excessively heavy." There is the hog cholry," said the While in conversation with Mr. So the farmer telegraphed hired man, Gradyviile. or to Secretano information on this phase of the situation from German Strong Hill a few: days ago, in re- ry Wilson of the United States Agri-- Austrian sources. cultural Department, and the reply We have no complaint about gard to his saw and grist mill was, "Certainly, I will send you a man " In the recent attack of the Germans on the Warsaw front, the business in this section of the right away. Sure enough the man the weather this week. thoucame. He said Russian statement says, their losses amounted to "tens of he was aD.T.S., Quite a number of plant beds county, he informed us that the and he was too. that had a government He sands." were burned in this community one he nad located in the Dean syringe and a bottle of government woods had been almost demolish medicine in his hand bag, and he went Another Russian victory is said to nave been gained in Poland last week. for the hog. It got well. It was not where the Germans attacked the Russian forces. The Petrograd Mr, H. A. Moss, of Greensburg, ed. His loss is heavy. cranky for the government to do this, Mr. Frank Dulin was on the and it could afford the expense, for War Office asserts that the Germans were driven back and that called in to see us one morning days of last the hog could be turned into ham, last, week, while en route to sick list several sausage, lard and bacon. Any body .one of their battalions was almost annihilated. week. even a fool can see it would be cranky y from Berlin and Paris say Cumberland county, looking af The official statements of The milling business here for the State to save the life of a little ter the business. fighting yesterday in France. that there was no important is increasing from the appearance mother, and it could not afford it either. filled his W. C. Christie of the many loaded wagons we Moral: Be a hog and be worth savThe battle of the Carpathians, which is to decide whether the Rev, v. regular appointment here last see daily on the mill yard. We ing. .Russians will be able to force a way over the mountains and inUp to a Sunday with a very interesting our governunderstand that our farmers are ment paid few years ago, for scab on vade Hungary or will be driven back to the northward, apparent sermon. out 310,000,000 receiving for their wheat at this sheep, ticks on cattle, and cholera In ly is as far from a decision as at any time since the Austrians, Mr. W. B. Hill will leave in a mill, $1,25, per bu. We are serry hogs, while it had paid nothing at all for the benefit of the people, men, launched the attack. Each few days, for his western trip with their German that we hav'nt a large supply of women and children. Our Savior of the opposing armies has won minor victories, but neither has1 for Pratts Stock Food. We are of wheat through this section. while on earth denounced the Pharisees been able to gain sufficient headway to place the other definitely glad to note that he has jrecov-e- d At threshing time, corn was very 23 for similar things. See Matt. chapter and 23 verse. Wo unto you from:hissevere speli of sick- high and scarce, and some of our scribes, phanses, hypocrites, for ye an the defensive. . usual largest wheat growers fed ' quite tithe mint and anise and cummin, and The correspondent of a Berlin newspaper states that no speedy ness and is now 'in his Ijave left undone the weightier jmat-ter- s health, v , - .' a lot of wheat, others disposed of of the law, judgment and mercy expected, as movements are' slow on account of successes must be "Mri. Uriah Keltner, price at that and faith: but these ye ought to have the marast the heavy snow and the most that can be looked for by Germany, a trip through here the time. So you 'can readily see, done, but not left the'others undone-H- e .made told them they ought to have paid Is the forcing back of the Russian step by step. first,of the week, looking after that our wheat supply at the tithes on the little things, but not left Although the Russian forces alongTthe Warsaw frorjt have un- tobacco, paying the market price. present is limited. If we had the weightier matter or the law. Our government paid not tithes, but milldertaken an attack, they apparently have' been no more successMr. Sam Mitchell, of Colum- known these high prices were ions of dollars for the benefit of cattle, ful than were the Germans in their last onslaught. So far as has bia, was in our midst one day coming, we would have been sheep and hogs, which was right, but it ought not to have left uncared for ready with the goods. been reported there is no important shifting of positions. In the first of the week. the more important parts .of our r country, men, women and children. Poland another important battle is under way, with the Mrs: Sallie Dowell, of Horthern But in the last few years the governHEALTH OFFICER'S COLUMN. is visiting her son and issue still undecided. ment has got a move on it, and has sent a man away out to the Eocky family, Mr. Thos. Dowell, at this The Russian Duma adopted a resolution expressing the purBY U. L. TAYLOR. mountains to investigate the Eocky place this. week. mountain tick, suspected to be the pose of carrying on the war until the peace of Europe was assurMr.-- Jo Hunter has been on Our across the river neighcor, Indi- cause of the Eocky Mountain spotted ed on terras satisfactory to Russia.. In the very midst the sick list for the past week ana, has a board of health like unto fever. bitten by one of of his iabors he was the ticks, took ours, and that board has a secretary It is reported from Geneva that another "Zeppelin has been with lagrippe. .,, the fever and died. Another man like all health boards do, and Indiost. It is said to Jiave been wreckedrjn a storm in a flight over ,. was sent tp note, that Mrs; ana's board has a secretary that is capers to Mexico, to look after the We of the body louse, saicl to be the ' very fine. He is a .great sanitarian, v: "the North Sea. .Thps. Dowell, who has been ;ra ana have the pleasure of knowing cause of typhus fever. During the inI r Another instance pf the.us;e of the" American flag by a British' jthe sick list, ior several weeks,1 him personally. He belongs to the vestigation a louse bit him, and he' front rank, and- be is always found went the way of all the earth. Several by passengers fdh",the CuiiarHerOf-- is.improving at this time. .steamer wasTeported expert rat catchers were dispatched there, and always,ready to do somer to New Orleans to make a round up duna, which arrived afeerc? York from' Liverpool1. The7 Orduna ,Mr. sW? P Flowers closed-- thing" for the betterment of the in that ancient city. They arestillat ;deal,vlast f week;..- - with Warren health of his people. His name is J. it at this writing. Why spend thirty as said to have flown the American flag for nearly twenty-fou- r iN. Hurty. I have been particular " " v " ,,r Sexton buyinga very r desirable in speaking about him, because I will or forty thousand dollars to kill one " '" Sea, .hours while crossing the Irish" man when the expenditure two building lot.inme, of; the .most 'perhaps in my remarks occasionally three would perhaps saveofhis or life? quote from this great man. In an ardesirable locations in our, town. ticle borrowed from him, I will give The war office of Great Britain states statistics of the Boer war that Mrs, Rentf Gist, who has been you "The young mother and the fat from its ?40,000 it costs to kill one man. The hog." Not a fable. confined to her room for several statistics of Col Gorgas, now surgeon One time a little mother, who was general of the United States army, They Must Show Full weeks with fever, is improving only twenty-fiv- e years old, began to "i.--ir laiem wak Ntwy 11 : .. -- I y -- to-da- it-a- t -- T Lile-tow- n, i -- r are-gla- :-- -- -- to-da- y a r --- Both Britons and Germans Notified That the Stars and Stripes, Respect to at this time-M- r. Washington, Feb. 11. The United States has warned' Great Sritian and Germany respectively, that general use of the American flag by British vessels'would be1 viewed with' grave concern here, and that the destruction by' Germany of any American ves-sin the newly prescribed war zone would lead to serious ' complications. It became known today that the text of the two' notes sent last night-t- Great Britia'nand; Germany expressed much' more emphatically than: had been generally known the displeasure of the United States at the use of neutral flags by British merchant men and its solicittldfe over the implication that neutral vessels were liable todes'truction by German submarines in the waters around Great Britian and Ireland. FRIENDLY BUT POINTED. In the document which has been transmitted to Ambassador Gerard at Berlin for presentation to the German Foreign Office, thee? is a'friendly but pointed statement that American vessels Bnijuldave free and unrestricted passage through the high seas . and unbfoSkaded waters? and that destruction of an American ves, sel might lead to a change in the. hitherto friendly relations which Germany. i have existed betwetn. the United States and el o JoelRodgers, our mill man, visited his family at Roachville, last Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. James and Austin Gilpin, Tolbert Coomer and William Brummett, of Sparksville sec tion, were in our midst last Friday. They report .business fairly good in their community, Mr. Cordie Wilson made a trip to Louisville, lastr week, with, quite a lot of furs, oi different kinds that he had 'purchased in this section. Weiave not learned since his return, how the market was. There were ten or twelve loads of tobacco passed through here the first of the week from Breeding en route for the loose leaf market at Greensburg. On their return, we learned through Mr. Simpson that Ef l. L- -t was good and they were all pleas- I go to getVetw r "? rap- was ed with the t-- a- -i "The cre&', Chrxit- n ot?.te of Indian has not yet xia to th mighty econ -- Rd feel tired all the time. Her appetite had failed her for weeks before the tired feeling came. Her three little girls, once a joy in her life, now became a burden to her. It was, "Mamma, mamma," all day long. She had never noticed these appeals until the tired feeling came. The little mother had red spots on her cheeks and slight dry cough. One day when dragging herself around, forcing her weary body to work, she felt a sharp but slight pain in her chest, her head grew dizzy, and suddenly her mouth filled, with blood. The hemorrhage was not severe, but it left her, very weak. The doctor she had consulted ior ner cougn ana urea reeling, had said: "You .are all run down, you need a tonic.'' jFor a fee, he prescribed bitters made of alcohol water and gentian. This gave her false strength for a while for it checked out her lit tle reserve. When the hemorrhage occurred she and all her neighbors knew she had consumption and the doctor should. have known it and told her months before Now she wrote to the State Board of Health nnd said: "I am told that consumption in its early stages can be cured by out door life, continued rest and plenty of plain, croodfood. 'I do not want to die. I n ant to IIvr ana v .. os Whare can, make them good -- who was in the Panama Canal Zone, shows that it cost 82.43 per capita of population to save one human life from the deadly condition? which formerly existed there. These facts raise the question why do we so willingly tax ourselves hundreds of mill-Iofor killing men and so grudgingly appropriate a few paltry thousands for saving men? What has intelligence and morals to do with such acns tion? Mr. H. C. Austin has been appelated postmaster at Decatur, Eussell county. Mrs. Pearl Holt, died last Thursday morning.at 4. o'clock, near Purdy. She She was a daughter was 23 years-old- . of Mr. and Mrs, G. D. Harmon. She was buried at Bearwallow, Eev. J. D. Burton conducting the services. She leaves her'husband, one child, father mother and several brothers and sisters. Mr. W. E. McCandless has been a great sufferer for the past ten days, having a very sore arm. Several mpnths ago he got it cut on glass, the wound" soon curing. - It recently com- menped:to pain him, 'and last week I for-the- ir stoie frttveraldaya tin acoum. or hw j &fflict;qoA uuu)4 ineuds hop tpacjmiijconmarouna all right ia s short time. fit-Uts 4r? ni.cOau.Ci.jsS v.j aiwolib froianis T -- .'trm J. sf