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Notwithstanding the roads were almost impassable, a fair crowd of people was in Jamestown Monday, the first day of the present term of circuit court. The witnesses in the'case against John Davidson, who killed Felix Long, near Sano, three weeks ago, were all in town and an indictment was evidently returned Tuesday. The case against Silas Sullivan,charged with being implicated in removing indictments from Jthe circuit court - clerk's office, will be called during the term. A continuance will probably be assed. There were a few good horses offered for sale during the day. There were no mules on the market. Mr. H. H. Dunbar, who purchased Mr. G. F. Jones' stock of drugs, is looking for a registered salesman, in order to conduct the business. He thinks he will secure one in a yery short time. Mr. R. E. Lloyd, who recently took charge of the Patterson Hotel building, is making a very accommodating landlord, is feeding well, and is having a line run of trade. The grand jury and petit jury of the present term is composed of Russell LAMENTABLE DEATH. Good Roads Movement. The Game at Monticeilo, Personals. well-know- Mr. J. W. Kerr, Campbellsville, On the 12th and l3thof February, The Columbia High School basket n insurance agent, was in the Adair County Fiscaif(30jjfxt was in Dr. W. R. Grissom, Who Was a session for the purpose3Mhsidering ball team left Friday at noon for Columbia last Thursday. Monticeilo, where they played the the question of enterib!giIon a.sys-te- Monticeilo High School Saturday Mrs. Z. T. Williams was quite sick Prominent Physician, Crosses of making good roads n Adair night. The trip, was a pleasant one several days of last week. County. This meeting was dalled and to the Other Side. from the Mr. Basil Chapman, who lives at held upon the insistant demand of except time the visitors left home, for the' walking which the Glenville, and who is afflicted with a great numbers of the citizens of the county. The Legislature of the State High School boys did. The boys de- cancer, is reported in a very critical clare they took the hack instead of condition. His DEMISE A SHOCk TO THE COMMUNITY. has enacted a law by wftioh.a&ax of 5c on each hundred dollars of the tax- the hack taking them. The score Mr. C. C. Holt and Mr. D. Hudson, was close till near the latter part of Jamestown, were in Columbia a few able property of the whon State is the first half, when Monticeilo took Last Monday morning at 12:30 Dr. levied and to be used for :if promo- the lead' through the fancy goal shoot- days ago, W. R. Grissom, who had been a prom- tion of good roads in the.f3j$ate. By ing of Pattqn. At the end of Mr. G. R. Reed spent the greater the first inent physician of this place for more this act it is proposed toVswplement half there score stood 16 to 8. During portion of last week in Jamestown than twenty years, peacefully met his the amount that each county may the last half Monticeilo kept increas- and Russell Springs God, in the presence of his family and raise by local taxation for roads by ing the score till the whistle blowed a few friends. His passing was a an equal amount. This meeting was the score was 48 to Vd in favor of Mrs. J. U". Petty, who lives on Heights, was quite sick last week, shock to the entire town, as he had attended and the question discussed Monticeilo. Not a single event a victim of pneumonia. by quite a number of the citizens been active in his profession for many during the game to make things years. He will be sadly missed not from all sections of the county. unpleasant for either team. All the Mr. O. L. Phillips was here from only by his immediate family, but by Whether the county should adopt this Monticeilo boys played a good game. Greensburg, a few days ago, measure or not, still the citizens of The C. H. S. boys kept their heads the whole county of Adair. Mr. C. B. Rine, of Campbellsville, The deceased was born and reared in the county would have to pay its well and deserve credit for what little was here a few days ago, ien route to the Breeding section where he com- quoto of the State tax,- which would they did against such large players on Russell Springs. menced the practice of his profession, be used in aid of counties which do the opposite side. Mr. S. A. Noe, Lebanon, was at the removing to Columbia about twenty adopt this system. It is said that Barger, Holladay and Lewis each years ago. He was 62 years old and standing vote being taken by the got a field goal. .. Diddle pitched 7 out 'Hancock Hotel a few days ago. was skilled in the profession and pe.rsons present, all favored the propMr. E. T. Rogers, Greensburg, was i counties best citizens and they are was a m a n who had the confi- osition except two and the vote of the of 8 fouls. After the game the Monticeilo in Columbia a few days ago. no doubt doing their duty. The people dence of the people, his correct man- Justices showed all of them favoring Mr. E. B. McLean, Glasgow, called of Russell are all interested in good ner of living being known throughout the.move except one. While this if High School enwrtained at the school building in hongjof the Columbia vis- on the Columbia merchants roads and are willing to be taxed the county. last week. carried out, is the greatest benefit itors. This wasindeed a very pleasto build them. Dr. Grissom was a member of the that could be conferred upon the ant affair. Mr. J. W. Mitchell, Superintend of ? Presbyterian Church, this city, and a county, taken as a whole still it is a Schools, Russell county, was here last Won One, Lost Two. few years after taking membership he bigfundertaking. and a costly one. In Tuesday night, taking an auto for Lindsey-Wilso- n Viclorious. was made. ruling Elder and held that faqfc, no county has or ever will have Louisville. go$l roads without the expending of position when death came. Lindsey-Wjiso- n Basket ball The Mr. R. C. Borders gro- Lindsey-Wilso- n Basket Ball cerymen a few days called on our team left here lagt Thursday week While he had been in declining lare sums of money. But it is The ago. health for several months, his passing clapned that by reason of the im- team cleaned u') the Eastern Kenand journeyed, to the Mr. Jo Lane, Glasgow, who has stopping at Campbellsville to play the was a great surprise, as he was' on the proved opportunities of profit and en- tucky State Normal Quintet "before a square, meeting his friends and writ- joyment, that these roads will afford large audience here Thursday night by been a wholesale queens ware salesfirst game, against the High School man for aquarter of a century, boys of that place. The game was ing prescriptions a few days before the people, including the increased the score of 31 to 10. Normal School was here a fewdays since. played hard from the beginning to the summons came. values of the real estate, will make it witnessed by a good audience, and it the Besides his wife he leaves two sons, a very profitable investment. last whistle, but the local club was Mr. O. L. Goode, Campbellsville, terminated in favor of the Lindsey-WilsoMr. Grover Grissom and Dr. Garlan But it must be understood that far superior in both team work and was here one day last week. 29 to 20. Grissom, all of whom have the sympa- good roads can not be built all over goal shooting. The visitors scored on At Danville the game was spirited thy of this community. "We commend the county at one time or in any very ly two field goals, while every man on Mr. W. P. Ifunnally made his regand at one time it looked like there them to a loving God who can and short time. Under this law the first the Lindsey club made one or more ular trip to Columbia last week. would be a draw, but at the windup who is willing to comfort them in roads will have to be Mr. J. T. Gowdy was here from built on the baskets. Danville made one score to the good. this hour of their greatest sorrow. ways leading from one county seat Wesley was back at center for Lind- Campbellsville Thursday. to From Danville the boys went to Especially do the people feel for the another, and tiiat these roads have to sey. Although not having fully recovMr. Henry Parrott, Compbellsville, Richmond and there met the Eastern surviving companion, who was per- be approved by the State Road Engi- ered from the injury he received in was here the latter part of last week. Normal team where they met defeat, fectly devoted to a loving and faithful neer and if not so built the State will the game with Danville High School, the score standing 32 to 13. Mr. T. R. Stults returned to Lan husband. not supplement the County fund. he played his usual good game. Lindsey featured the caster Jast Jmday. He was accompaWesley, who is the "crack" player The funeral services weie held at Again, only so much road can be built The team of nied by Mrs M. E. Stults. team, was out the Presbyterian Church Tuesday per year, as the county and state fund contest. Lineup as follows: . of the Lindsey-Wilso- n Lindsey-Wilso- n play in the forenoon at 10 o'clock, in the presence will pay for, but eventually, if the Eastern Normal of commission, not able to Miss Julia Eubank is in the milliSullivan nery market, familiarizing two first games, but he attempted to of a large congregation conducted by plan is carried out, the roads will Bruner" F herself Lewis with the latest designs for, the spring do the best he could at Richmond. Rev. C. C. Brown, of Louisville, as- reach all parts of the county. Such Kilburn F ' Wesley C He was not himself and played with sisted by local ministers. At the close roads should first be built that will Shepherd trade. G Calhoun great difficulty. of the services all that was mortal of connect us with railroad and naviga- Kelly Miss Kate Hogard, who visited her G Cook Now in the Reid The boys enjoyed the trip and say an upright citizen was laid to rest in tion, if practicable. building of these roads every body is Field goals Kilburn 1, Shepherd 1, sisters, one at Danville, the other at that they were royally treated at the city cemetery. The floral offerings were many and supposed to be benefitted. The ben- Sullivan 2, Lewis 51, Wesley 5, Colhoun Central City, returned home last each stop. beautiful. efits, as a general rule, will redound 1, Cook 2. Free Goals Kilburn 6, Lew week. more to the interest of the larger is 1. Mr. J. F. Montgomery, who was Insurance. Misses Martha Beck and Ovalene property holders, as they will receive confined" to his room two weeks, is Mr. N. T. Mercer's appointment to Humble, Messrs. Claud Beck and the more benefit of the road by this now able to be out. Melvin Powell, of Russell county, and use and the increase of the value of become post master at Columbia, to W. B. Patteson, general Insurance, Mr. R T. Baker, Amandaville, who Mr. W. A. Coffey, resigned. second floor Jeffries building, Colum- Robert Bibb, of Green county, visit- their property. But, if justice pre- succeed had been on a business trip to the was confirmed by the Senate last Satbia, Ky., an independent agency repre- ed at J. A. Breeding's last week. vails, and it should be made to pre- urday week. On Thursday morning upper counties, was in Columbia last senting some of America's leading vail, at ali hazards, the greater hold- following Mr. Mercer received a blank Saturday. Eld. Z. T. Williams, who was sick ings of property a man has, Companies that are not in any way the greatfilled, properly signed, Mr. and Mis. Leslie Graves, Campconnected with any Bank or rebating for two weeks, was able to leave his er amount he will have to pay toward bond which he and started it on its return to Wash- bellsville, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. O. room last Wednesday. is hoped It agency, your business is 'respectfully their constructions and the less prop a square deal and courte- that in the future he will be well erty a man has and the less use to be ington Friday, His commission will Russll last Friday and Saturday. solicited and doubtless be received some time this Mrs. L. C. Winfrey and her daughtous treatment is guaranteed to each enough to meet his appointment. made of the roads, he needs, the less week. Respectfully, every patron. er, Lucile, went to Louisville last pay. So, it is the duty and he will have to Mr. G. F. Jones, of Jamestown, who of every W. B. Patteson to pay I will grind at my mill only two week to see the Dlay, "Rose Mary." citizen and has been confined to his room with a his proper proportion of the tax and SatMisses Ora and Mallie Moss, of chronic trouble for several weeks, see that every other one does the days in the week, Tuesdays and urdays. Gradyville, are visiting their many J. W. Walker. Death of Miss Maud JacKman. improves very slowly. A News man same. Every man has a right to and friends in Columbia, stopping at the called to see him last week, finding should exercise the right of examinhome of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.Patteson. Last Sunday night at 8:30 o'clock, him looking much better than he ex- ing every other man's tax list and see Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Davidson left Mr. D. T. Curd, Cave City, who Miss Maud Jackman, the oldest pected, yet his doctor will not give that his property is properly listed, for Liberty last Sunday morning, behis consent foi his patient to leave and if this is done it will very great- ing called there to attend the funeral travels for the J. M. Robinson, Nordaughter of Mrs. Laura Jackman, succumbed to the inevitable and closed his room. Mr. Jones' friends believe ly increase the amount of money that of Mrs. Annie E. Warrinner, who was ton Co , Louisville, spent last Sunday and hope that he will be able to get will be raised. There is no trouble a her eyes in death. sister of Mrs. Davidson, and who in Columbia. out when spring opens. He is a very about the poor man or medium man died in Colorado, last week, where she Mr. F. H. Durham returned to CoMiss Jackman was nineteen years useful man, one who has many friends for what he has is always in sight and had gone in quest of health. The lumbia old, and had been sick for about six last Saturday. He has sold who are anxious concerning his condi- easily reached. As to the man that funeral was expected to take place in his home in Taylor county, months. At times she appeared to be and is now has the reputation of being wealthy Liberty Monday. Mrs. Warriner was looking for a residence in Columbia. improving and hope was entertained tion. or claims to be wealthy, make him between fifty and sixty years old, and for her recovery. Sunday forenoon Mr. Scott Montgomery was taken Notice. beshow up and put up or shut up. The was a lady highly respected. she was taken worse and it soon seriously ill Monday night, hut is now fact is apparent, if one will take the came apparent that the end was apvery much improved. pains to investigate the tax list, that proaching. Clothes cleaned and pressed 40cts. Call Meeting of the Baptist Ch. Mr, J. A. Ritchey and his daughter, there is either very much less wealth Delphus Taylor. She was a very deserving young la- Pressed 25c. Miss Allene, of Burkesville, visited 16-in the county than is supposed to be, dy, modest in her demeanor, and was On Wednesday night after prayer Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Walker Sunis not taxed. An amendment 'very much liked by her many friends. Y. M. C. A. Gospel Team announced or it meeting, we will have a meeting to day and Monday. When she took sick she was a student last week that they would hold ser- should be added to the law by the reconsider the matter of a protracted in the Columbia Graded School and it vices at the Christian church, but at next Legislature so as to require reg- meeting. All members are urged to Mrs. S. L. Robertson, who visited is our info rmation that the teachers present they will only hold two ser- ular teamsters or the users of Motor O. P. Bush, Pastor. her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Vehicles for hauling freight, to pay be present. and pupils were very fond of her. vices. several weeks, returned to her taxes on their vehicles, for the Several 5 ears ago she made a pro- - At the Baptist church, Snnday license 'Squire John Eubank does not im- home, Pikeville, Tenn., last week. that they use and damage the fession-o- f her faith in Christ, united morning Feb. 28, at 11 o'clock, Mr. reasonout of proportion to all other prove, and Monday he was quite ill.- - Her mother accompanied her as far as road's with the Methodist Church, and lived Jo Calhoun and Rev. Marvin Perry-ma- persons. Louisville. . Contributed. subject, "The Christian Wara consistent member until the final Bran $1,10 per bushel at Stevenson Miss Georgia Murrell, who visited dissolution. fare." & Sundusky' roller mill. her sisters, Mrs. F. H. Winfrey, I have several choice fruit trees, that The f une ral services were held at AtthePres'y church that evening Frankfort, and Mrs. H. H. Martin, Church S. Monday afternoon, at 7 o'clock, will be a union service, I will sell at greatly reduced prices if Columbia is soon to have a 10 and Louisville, for several the M.E. months, returnconducted by Rev. J. S. Chandler, in with,the following speakers: Rev. J. taken at once. ' Both early and late va- 25 cents store. Mr. J. L. McLean is ed home last week. the presence of a large concourse of A. Vire, Mr. Guy Stephenson, Mr. S. rieties, Apples, Peaches and Pears. now erecting a building, just beyond George McLean's store, in which he Miss Mollie Flowers, Gradville, , was relatives and friends. The interment R. Duvall, Rev. Marvin Perryman. will do business. In a few weeks he here Thursday, en route, to Visit at was in the Masonic lot, city cemetery. Every body is cordially invited to at- Call at News Office. Ernest Harris. ' will be ready for the trade. Campbellsville. Loving friends brought many Flowers. tend these services. m Bo-m- ar hap-pan- ed - up-od- 'a Blue-Gras- s, n, 16-4- t. tax-pay- er -- l7-2- b k Cart-wrig- ht, n, t s-.. lfe . ta& I I t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS From Alaska. ;r Fort Liscom, Jan., 26, 1915. - 23ditor News: Having seen your Adair Coun-tt- y News, I thought perhaps a dittle news from our frozen north might interest you. We have at present 8 feet of snow, which is oinusual for this season of year, as we have from 20 10 30 feet nost every winter. The winters are becoming milder every year and we hope (to compete with the warmer in farming and raising vegetables in the near future. .Down the Peninsula a few miles jfrom this snow belt, they produce some of the finest vegetable gardens in the world. There is no snow in a great many places Alaska is noted for its beautiful scenery. The hill tops are capped .all the year round, while just beneath them, in the valleys, are green grass and shrubbery and the most beautiful wild iflowers of many varieties. We have upon an average of "two and sometimes 3 steamers a week, direct from Seattle, Washington, a run of six days in summer months, they are doubles are crowded with sight seeling tourists. We have some of the largest glaciers in the world. The val-ie- y glacier just back of the town is the largest dead glacier in the world. Its crevices are hundreds of feet deep, and has swallowed sip many a prospector and his horse, as that was the trail the iSrst men made in '98 to the interior, but the Government has .a fine road from here to Fairbanks, and use large auto trucks for hauling in summer. They :slso have pleasure seeking autos in valleys. It is the fartherest .port north open all year round s.nd has the finest harbors in cli--mat- es -- makes many useful things and runs with small motors. He has wonderful mehanical ideas. Alaska is also noted for its wonderful productive gold and copper mines, which yields millions annually. They have herds of rein Beer, moose and cariboo, on the Yokon river. Many other wild animals in Alaska that are great for their furs. All kinds of game here.- Black and brown bear found every where. I will close for this time. Yours Respt. Frances L. Movly. - Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Matilda Holt Plff. How to be Certain of Dut Fannie Cheatham &c By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered ab the Januaiy term, thereof, 1915, in the above cause! for the sum of $32 with the interest at the of 6 per cent., per annum from rate the 5th day ot May 1914, until paid, and S44 costs herein, I shall proceed to door offer for sale at the court-hous- e in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, onMonday, the 30-10- vs. ', Curing Constipation es Prejudice Is a hard thing to overcome, where health is at stake and the opinion of thousands of reliable people lifters, from yours, prejudice then your menace and you ought to ay it aside. This is said in the interest of people suffering from chronic ;onstipation, and it is worthy of their attention. In the opinion of legions of reliable American people the most stubborn constipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of it before, but do not doubt its merits on that account, or because it has not been blatantly advertised. It has sold very successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to 1st day of March, 1915, at one o'clock their children today who were given it p m , or thereabout (being County by their parents, and it has been truthfully said that more druggists use it Court,) upon a credit of six months personally in their families than any sther laxative. the following described property, A certain lob of land with buildings thereon, situated in Adair to-wi- Letters recently received from ir. E. Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Ham mersmith, IIS W. Chestnut St., Louisville, Ky., are but a few of thousands showing the esteem in which Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is mild, gentle, not violent, like salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that in time nature again does its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel specific. Anyone wishing to make a trial of thl3 remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. "W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St. Monticello, 111. Your name and addres3 on a postal card will do. Myers, non-gripi- t: How Mr. Davis Got Rid of a Bad Cough. "Some time ago I had a very bad cough" writes Lewis T. Davis, Black-wate- r, Del. "My brother McCabe Davis gave me a small hotter of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. After taking this I bought half a dozen bottles of it but ouiy used oue of them as the cough left me and I have not been troubled since." Obtainable everyAdv. Paull Drug Co. where. County, Ky., near Columbia, and bounded as follows: On the North and East by the lands of J. T. Page, on the South 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 aJudg-men- t. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W A, Coffey, Master Commissioner. Commissioner's Sale. WELL DRILLER See me be ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Harrison Watson PI ff., ) ) 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, ab one o'clock p. m., or thereabout, (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, the following described property, to wiU-- A certain tract or parcel of land, situated near Cane Valley, in xdair County, Ky., containing 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 CHANCE TO MAKE KENTUCKY GREATEST HOG RAISING .STATE 10,000 Hogs Fattened From Slops and Distillers' Dried Grains In Daviess County Alone Last Year (By Stephen Bolles, in Bourbon Stock J. C. YATES ?SZS?Z33i3gZZMSWMKBK&BX Journal). Kentucky can easily be made the greatest State in the Union. That has been demonstrated by Daviess county farmers. Last year about 10,000 hogs were fattened in that county on distillers' slops and dried grains. So successful were the experiments that the L., H. & St. L. railroad provided switches along their lines for the use of farmers to utilize this byproduct of the distilleries for feeding hog-raisin- g Officially Tested Out. The official tests of this feed have been very satisfactory in every way. It has the stamp of approval of the best chemists in the agricultural world. Men from experiment stations who know all about food values of different grains and foods have given it the highest recommendation. The richest agricultural States in the Union are those which lead in hog production. Iowa, with its vast field of, corn; Illinois, Missouri and Indiana in the order named, have thousands one acre more or less, and bounded as follows: Beginning afc a stone by the turnpike road thence N 4G E 16 poles to a stone, thence S 42V E 13 poles to a stone, thence S G3J "W 214 poles to a stone by said turnpike road, thence with said road N 13 W 7J poles to the 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. Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer he Adair Counly News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only pL55 Subscription may be new or renewal What the WeeRiy Enquirer is It is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per rear, and it 13 One of the best home metropolitan weeklie Of today. It ha3 all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world's event3, 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 Offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to te Sewellton. J Alaska. We have daily papers published Sere giving sketches of the world's news. A telegraph line, from Seattle to the fartherest .point of any importance north. The Government has Posts all Mr. L. F. Pierce is selling talong the coast and will begin One of the many distillers' prize winners at the Great Farmer's vwork in the early spring on the Bibles in this neighborhood. Barbecue at Daviess" County Fair Grounds, Owensboro, Ky., May 30, 1914. mew rail road, extending as far hogs. Special tank cars were also pro- of rich farmers who made their money Mrs. Joe Carnes, son and out of hogs. They feed the raw grain vided for the transportation as Fairbanks to the great coal the slops and dried grains. of both to the porker and sell him at the daughter visited the home of biggest highest price slop-fe- d Meeting is still in progress at Freedom church, held by Bro. Dow and wife of the seventh day advent persuasion. They are preparing to build a church near Freedom, and are organizing a Jewish Sabbath School in Freedom school house. The AdairjCounty News, Columbia,) Ky. ugg.aiSia.iaggsat-'gaEgE- a HESHSESESESEaSS n3Cssc2 9 9 .fields. We have some very fine -- Pcw-e- r Plants run by natural water fall. I'm enclosing you a picture of Mrs. Frank Muloy, for-aner- ly of Kentucky, born and raised at Whitesburg, who is today one of the chief operatorsin the largest Hydro Electric Power plant in Alaska. It was built an 1913. The latest improved machinery estimated at $250,- '000. She is the only woman .linown to hold a position of this tkind. The President of the Co., refuses men daily applying for the job and say he gets better service and has more confidence in Mrs. Muloy than any Electrician he can employ. She has held thisimportant position several months. Mr. Muloy, being in charge of the Plant, through him she has gained her know ledge of Electricity. They also Jiaveason ten years old, who inherits his father'! abilities and Prize Winners. At a great barbecue on the Owensboro Fair Grounds last May, attended byt 20,000 farmers and feeders, there were on exhibition scores of fine hogs fattened on distillers' dried grains and slops, and many cash prizes were awarded. Officials from the agricultural department of the State and Federal Government were present and made addresses on the proper care and feeding of hogs and the prevention of cholera. Specimens of distillers' dried grains and slops from various distilleries were also on exhibition and their respective food value were explained by experts. Fattens Quickly. One of the greatest advantages in feeding distillers' dried grain is Che fact that nothing is lost. The distillers remove only the portions of the grain, leaving an average of 40 per cent of protein, which is the element required to fatten stock. It has been supposed by many people that the best way to fatten a hog is to feed hard corn. But corn in- - the natural state yields about 13 per cent of protein, as mucli of it passes through the animal undigested. Distillers' dried grains therefore possess about three times the fattening properties of natural corn. By feeding these dried grains with alfalfa, clover or other green stuffs, hogs fatten quicker and better than by the use of corn alone and at very much less cost. Makes non-fatteni- markets in the of the country. They have no such advantages as the Kentucky farmer has. At our very doors, and at a much lower cost than corn the Iowa and Indiana farmer feeds, we have the feed that will produce the best pork in the world. Mr. W. A. Carnes, Thursday. i W$UM? ft T Mr. Carlie Carnes has about The Farmer's Opportunity. The greatest single industry in Kentucky is its distilleries. This industry pays more taxes for;he maintenance of the State than all other manufacThouturing industries combined. sands of tons of slops containing nutritious, elements are dumped into the waste neap simply Kentucky feeders have not waked up to their opportunity. A comparatively small portion of this byproduct is dried and shipped to Europe to be used as dairy feed and for fattening hogs. v But why ship any of these dried grains to Denmark and Holland when we can use them here at home up to the full capacity of every distillery in the State, thereby increasing the profand adding many its of millions of dollars annually to the wealth of the farmers of the state. Cheaper Feed Than Corn. Farmers should sell the corn they raise at the high price it usually brings, and buy, for less money, more and better feed in the form of distillers' dried grains. By doing this they can fatten more hogs at less cost and sell them in the market for larger profits. Tt is a simre business nropo- he-cau- se hog-raisin- completed his residence on the Nathan McChu'e old place. Mr. Willie Oake3 and wife vis- fs m& M "" Sl . ited the residence of the widow Kerns, Sunday. Powell Bros, are erecting a new Ml flaj II It J E &i HfeJ BS9 i.a iJ (7 Kl fl M a K Hi l c3 li SftEO 1 a store house at Ballingers X Roads- - Misses Vertie Coffey and Mae Snow, of Owensby, were the I. -- 8 FOB SALS AT ALL DRUGGISTS guests of Miss Pearl Kerns last Friday night. Do You Find wlv hH'"'. nvzn 65 rxPSEScr.cE YEARS' g PauHWith Everybody? disposiAn irritabie, 'fault-findin- g to a disordered stotion is often due by the farmer biliOU . 11 DUUuiu ut. Ub 'v:t La LET'S MAKE KY. THE BIGGEST HOG KAI3NG STATE 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 ' siiieagtL ""n Iha sto-a and enable ic to perform its functions itur..Ily. I sua. sale Obtainaule everywhere. by Paull Drug Co. Adv. a 1.'- - trade Marks .1 .rut.. st .t.i.i; a rCet err 11 ratro ! 7! i.n . .Il - f! r ! tlA O "ill I.H H UJaGCOK onl'srcntJ -s ni ri'U d'ser fr. wt- - ton ir. "pr on ! j.Mf-- a. n.ir, m talPi trroturh JIunn t. .lM.n;3. Jut-.iHliuul Cu. Tiro!73 s'r ;rutvatixi wonsly. l;rui 1 1: !-- .- iir-- . . . C. Vif e. tHS F SU Washluitc. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS If . PROGRAM. Of Bible Institute to be Held at Campbellsville February 27tli to March 4th, 1915. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 7 p. m. Address J. W. Lee, Bates-villMiss. Subject, "The one Mediator between God and Man." 8 p. m. Address L. R. Scarborough Ft. Worth, Texas. Subject, "Evangelism." SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28 9:15 a. m. Sunday School Rally class, taught by L. R. Scarborough. 10:30 a. m. Address H. .Z. Duke, Dallas, Texas. 11: a. m. Sermon L. R. Scarborough, 1 e, tenance legislation be agitated by the citizens of the various counties of the state, and that the members of the new assembly be fully advised of this necessity." Big Stone Gap Post. 3ot agree rith me.1' Our advice to all of them is to take a "I cannot cat this or that food, it does People Say To Us TUESDAY MARCH 2. 9:30 a. m. H. Z. Duke. C. W. Daniel, Atlanta, 10: a. m. Ga. "The Missionary Spirit." 11: a. m. L. R. Scarborough V NOON LUNCH p. m. J. W. Lee "The Priority before and after each meal. 25c a box. Paull Drug Co. s tfSSSSS &&sxloMj dyspepsia Tablet Roy, This is the "ThomhiU" Wagon -the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials ra 1: Ba-rac- ca of Grace." 2: p. m. W. E. Hunter, Somerset, Ky.. "Evidences of coming under the Gospel of Christ." 2:30 p m. "Missions and Money. C. "-- Mesdames Fish Royse and Bailey, who have been ill, are much better. Mr. Edgar Royse El-no- dan-gerous- ly "Evangelism," NOON LUNCH. Address J. W. Lee, ''The Justice of God in the Justification of ough. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3 the Believer." 10: a. m. Address H. Z. Duke. 2 p. m. Sermon L. R. Scarborough, 10:30 a.m. Address C. W. Daniel. "Evangelism." 11:20 L. R. Scarborough.. MONDAY, MARCH 1. NOON LUNCH. 9:30 a. m. Address H. Z. Duke. 1: p. m. Address G. W. Perryman, 10:15 a. m. J. W. Lee "Abounding "That boy of yours." Sin and Abounding Grace." 1:45 p m. C. W. Daniel. J.1: a. m. Sermon L. R. Scarbor2:18 J. W. Lee. ough, "Evangelism" 7:15 p. m. L. R Scarborough. NOON LUNCH. THURSDAY MARCH 4. 1: p. m. Address Claud Moody, 10: a. m. Address G. W. Perryman Pewee Valley, Ky. Subject, '"To 11: a. m. L. R. Scarborough. "Whom was the great Commission NOON LUNCH. Given?" 1: p. m. Quiz from Bible Class, 1:45 J. W. Lee "The priority of Russell Creek Baptist Academy. Grace." 1:30 p. m. Address W. R. Ivey. 2:30 L. R. Scarborough "Evange2:10 p. m. Address C. M. Thomplism." son, Hopkinsville, Ky. 7 p. m. Address Prof. W. L. Fos7:15 p. m. Address C. D. Graves, of Rus- Nashville, Tenn. ter, Chicago, President-elec- t sell Creek Baptist Academy. 8: p. m. Sermon-- L. R. Scarborough. 8: a. m. L. R. Scarborough Music will be led by Bro. E. W. Coakley. "Evangelism." p. m. W. Daniel." 7: p. m. Address H. H. Mashburn Bardstowa, Ky. 8: p. m. Sermon L. R. Scarbor- came home from Bowling Green to be at the bedside of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Keese and family have moved to this neighborhood, and are residing The "Thornhill" has a malleable front with Mrs. Reece's mother, Mrs. hound plate that is braced to the hounds at all points. This is an exclusive Nancy Roy. "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the Mr. Bill Bailey and and family the aid of the most ingenious modern machinery have been employed to make the Thornhill wagon. The wheels are made with excessive care. For the spokes the manufacturers use the finest hickory machine driven to insure the right dish. The hubs are of oak, thoroughly seasoned and banded with double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an iron plate at top and bottom, riveted through and through multiplying their strength. of master workmen the labor gears from ever getting out of line andl causing hard pulling. "Thornhill" wagons are equipped withx long sleeve malleable skeins that insure light running, and outlast any other skein. Each skein is: fitted to its axle with a Defiance machine infallibly accurate. This machine insures the right pitch and tuck, makes light draft a certainty. w The axles are of toughest hickory the steel axles of the best refined steel- The sides of "Thornhill" beds are made of poplar. It costs the makers: more but it holds paint better and gives better service. Come in and see this wagon solL under a binding guarantee. non-breakab- ld and Mr. Jas. Conover and family have also moved to this community. We gladly welcome them all to this neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holladay M By The Thornhill Wagon WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. ot the lowest priced but the best, and in the end the cheapest: and little daughter, Frances, made a pleasant visit to relatives here not long ago. Miss Ethyl White from Roley EVERYTHING IN Roads Worked in 96 Comities in Virginia. An interesting resume of work accomplisded by his department during the past twelve months has been prepared by George P. Coleman, State Highway Commissioner, which read? in part as follows: "During the twelve months I from October 1, 1913 to October 1, 1914, the State Highway department worked in ninety-si-x of the one hundred counties of the State, working on 403 different pieces of road, and 90 bridges constructing during that time 855 miles of road, at a cost of $1,767,-01Of this amount, the state contributed 185,000, direct appropriation and $116,000, derived from the automobile tax, these two funds being known as state money aid. In addition to this, the state appropriated $145,000 for the maintenance and support 0. and Miss Etta Bryant, Craycraft, visited friends and relatives at this place last week. We enjoyprisoners who are now employed ed playing many games together by the state in road work. The while they were here. post of this convict labor to the Umphi-no- y state per ten hour working day Mr. and Mrs. Orville and Messrs. John and Julian for the state lajst year was approximately 52 per cent, a small Stapp left for Illinois last week. The house that Mr, Walker advance over last year. "I would like to call to'thepar-ticul- Bryant is having built for Mr. attention of the citizens Fitzpatrick, will soon be comof the state the fact that during pleted. the past eight years approxiWe haven't time to dwell on ar ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also El wood and American Fence.. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- CO-- mately $7,000,000 has been ex- the good roads question, but I pended by the state and counties want to say that we are right in road work, building about with you on the best plan to get 2,900 miles of road and several good roads. hundred bridges, but that no proThere should be a good Sunday 6 Eaat Matfcer Mreei-- ' Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky.-- of the convict road force. The remainder was raised by direct levies or magisterial district or county bond issues. "The state is at the present time maintaining convict camps in thirty counties, and is work- ing in these camps approximately 1,000 convicts from the state penitentiary and between 500 stipation take Chamberlain's Tablets. lack of propper care. and 600 prisoners from the counThey arfoasy to take and most- agreeurge that the mat- able in effect. would Taull Drug Co., ty jails, making a total from all sources of from 1,600 and. 1,700 ter of the necessary road main- Adv. - vision has been made for the School' at White Oak every Sunmaintainance and care of the day, and preaching once a month roads and bridges after their con- any way. Who is willing to help? struction, as has been recom- If every one would do his part mended by this department. . I'm sure these things could be "It has been exceedingly dif- brought about. ficult to impress on the local road denominaauthorities the necessity for the There are several in this neighmainteinance of the roads after tions represented borhood, but why cannot we they have been constructed. work together for the common cannot urge too strongly the come to pass where of immediate legislation good. It has requiring counties or districts to they have successful revival meetings, that the different make provision for the upkeep of work and worship their roads, for it is certainly churches all and very poorjPerhaps thinking of this true very short-sigh- t m unity there is business policy to expend large saying: amounts of money in the im- strength." provement and general betterConstipation. ment of the roads and then alWhen costive or troubled with conlow them to go to pieces from im-portan- D. G. HARDWICt. Pres. J. 1. COCKE, V. Pres. ft. 8. DIETZMAN, Sec WJ.Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 VHLibWt?IGHTS mACHlNlSTS LOIHSVILL DEALERSHIP ENGINES. BOLERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, 'FEED MILL& 1301 TfilRTSeNTf-f-MftlN- . SMOKE STACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work W J08BIN0 WORK SOLICITED - All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - 'I Read Our Liberal Paper Offers I r - A... THE ADAIR COUNTY THF. ATUTR COUNTY NEWSV HEWS frequently contended that the nett, of Columbia, writes a letter BURNSIDE and CARTHAGE ROUTE Published Every Wednesday BYTHC Adair County News (Incorporated.) post of Attorney General Bhould be made appointive at the hands of the Governor, with a successCompany ful Attorney General, of course, eligible for CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of tie City of Columbia 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 There is much to be said in fa vor of such a plan, but any Governor would find difficulty in securing as the chief law officer of the State a man who would serve with more ability, energy and success than has Mr. Garnett. who was elected by the people three years ago. Under the head of Russell County Announcements, it will be seen that Mr. Lee A. Lawless to is a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Re publican voters of said county, as expressed at the August primary. Mr. Lawless was born and reared near Owensby, but for the last twelve years he has resided in Jamestown. He has been an active Republican since and before he was twenty-on- e years old, and is widely known throughout the county. He is now, by election filling out the unexpired term of N. B. who was elected circuit court clerk five years ago, resigning after he had been in office about two years. Mr. Lawless is a very popular gentlemen, and has made a very efficient officer, and he respectfully asks that his record be endorsed by the Republican voters of his county. Some years ago he was a candidate for Sheriff and was defeated by a small majority. There are a great many voters of Mr. Lawless' name in Russell county, but they, have not been office seekers,- - neither have they failed to vote the Republican ticket at. each election. Mr. lawless asks that you give his candidacy due consideration, and if you believe that he is a worthy, upright genr tleman, he would be very grateful for your support in the re-electi- WED. FEB. 24, 1915 3t Announcements. TOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce F. A. Strange a candidate for circuit clerk of Adair county, subject to the Democratic primary to be held in August. vnn crnurniT .mnoK. Judge J. C. Carter, of Monroe county, authorizes us to announce his candidacy for to the office of Circuit Judge in this the Twenty-nint- h district, subject to the action of the Ropublican voters, as expressed at the polls at the coming August primary. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. to the Adair County News this week, in which he states that he will not be a candidate for the 'incorporated Govdemocratic nomination for PACKET STEAMER PATROL ernor this year. This will be B. L. HAM, Master. quite a surprise to many of Gen. COMBINATION PACKET and TOWING STEAMER Garnett's friends who had countQ. ed on him as a sure entry. He is one of the ablest officials of the FLEET OF DECKED and COVERED BARGES State government at Frankfort, and would have had a wide folYour FREIGHT and PASSENGER business solicited lowing had he entered. The tip on Good Sound Business Methods and Courteous declinais out, however, that his Treatment. tion to enter the Gubernatorial All Freight Carried on Packet Steamers at Insured race, is a certain indication that Rates. he will be a candidate for conNo Transfer Charges at Burnside on Freight. All gress in the Eighth district nxt Shipments handled Carefully and Promptly Without Delay, upon Arrival. year. Stanford Journal. All Published Through Rates now in Effect to and Col. E. W. Lilliard, one of the from Cumberland River Landings Protected by four Democratic Representatives us, Through Rates via our Line are not higher than via any other line. who were given widespread notoriety when they voted for W. 0. Bradley over Gov. J. C. W. BeckSCHEDULE ham for United States Senator, STEAMER PATROL: Leaves Burnside Tuesday of each week at 2 o'clock p. m. for Carthage, committed suicide at Danville, Tennessee. last week, by shooting his brains Returning, Burnside Saturday a. m. connectingwith Q. & C. Train No. out. 6, North at 11.10 a. m. and No. 5 South at 1:20 p. m. Cumberland Transportation Company W. NIXON Faulk-enbur- g, We are authorized to announce A. A. Huddleston, of Cumberland county, a candidate for to, the office of Commonwealth's Attorney in on this the Twenty.ninth district, sub- ject to thejactiou of the Eepublican voters in said district, as expressed at the primary to be held the first Saturday in August, 1915. FOR THE STATE SENATE. We are authorized to announce D. E. Hatcher, of Barren county, a candidate for the State Senate, subject to 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. county, a candidate for the State Senate from the 19th district, subject to the action of the Democratic voters in the August primary. The district is comp6sed of Adair, Barren and Metcalfe. B. Trigg, of Barren The Pinnacle News of, Middles- boro says: In an authorized statement in his home paper, Adair County News, Attorney General James Garnett lets it be definitely known he will not be a candidate for the Governorship in the August primary. It is a source of regret to the many friends of the Attorney General throughout the State and especially in the Eleventh district, where his friends are legion, that he has decided to not make the race, as he was sure of a large vote in the mountains. He is eminently fitted for the position and would, had he been successful, have made an honest an efficient public official, some-thin- g that Kentucky must produce to keep apace with the progress of other states. 4 Leaves Burnside, Saturday of each week a 2 o'clock p. m. for Butler's Landing, Tenn. Returning, Burnside Tuesday a. m. connecting with Q. & C. Train No. 14 North at 5:10 a. m. STEAMER G. W. NIXON and Fleet of Barges will be operated according to the demands of business. THIS SCHEDULE SUBJECT to CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. H. SHEARER, President. W. T. A. LEWIS, G. F. & P. A. Treas. & Gen. Mor. Burnside, Kentucky. Mrs. Jo Callison entertained a been very bad sick for some number of young people at her time, is not expected to recover. home, on Wednesday night. Mr. J. A. Traylor 13 in bad Mr. Richard Burress, the in-sura- health, but able to be out some now. Mrs. Bettie Thomas has been confined to her room for a few Russell County Announcement. FOE CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. primar- y,-promising We are authorized to announce J. R. McFarland a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Kussell county, subject to the action of the Eepublican that if nom- inated and elected, not to violate the trust imposed in him. He hopes to see all the voters before voteis of said county, as expressed at August. the August primary. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. N We are authorized to announce Lee A. Lawles a candidate for to the office of Circuit Court Clerk bt the County of Russell, subject to the action of th Republican voters of said county, as expressed at the August primary. MR. GARNETT'S CARD. Leuisville Post. Mr. James Garnett, the Attorney General of the State, yesterday announced that he will no,t K. sesk the Democratic nomination for Governor, but will devote the remainder of his term to disposing of the important business that remains in his department to be handled, and will at the expiration of his term return to Columbia to practice his profess- ion. As Attorney General during the last three years, Mr. Garnett has done a large amount of public work of a lasting character, and he will leave that office deserving, well both "of the State and of his party. It has hfRn - During the next Legislature much important business will come before the body, hence it is very necessary that experienced and learned menlbe the Representatives. Adair and Cumber land make one district and it is largely Republican, making it almost impossible for a Democrat to be elected. There is not a doubt but a Republican will be sent to the Legislature from the district. The Republicans could not make a better selection than Judge H. C. Baker, who knows the laws now in the statutes experiand who has had ence as a legislator. We do not know whether or not Judge Baker woul d consent to make the race, but we do know that he is a fine gentleman, well qualified for the position. He was born in Cumberland county where he is personally knon, hi - zz hav ing been in Columbia for mj than forty years.. '-- man of Campbellsville, was here a few days last week. Mr. Junius Edrington is on the sick list week. Mrs. M. T. Bumgarner was quite sick several days of last week. Misses Flora Wilson, Nannie Rice and Mr. Banks Hancock, The Blue Grass Clipper, which who are attending the Graded is published in the home county School in Columbia, spent Satof an announced candidate says: urday and Sunday with their "Attorney General James Gar- parents. nett has announced his determiMr, Will Wilson lost a nice nation not to run for Governor. Jersey heifer last Sunday. He sets forth his reasons thereMrs, Sallie Callison, who spent for in a le:ter to his home paper, the winter with Mrs. Mattie the Adair County News, and Cundiff, near Columbia, has rewhich was made public on Monturned to her home. day. Mr. Garnett's decision Miss Audrey Dillingham, of will be a disappointment to many visited her sister, Mrs. friends in this county who want Absher, Claude Edrington, one day last ed the privilege of voting for week' him." Mr. Jas. Woodrum sold a nice horse mule to Ben Banks, last Cane Valley. week for $150. Mr. Henry Forth, of Bowling We are glad to say we have sumtwo good Sunday Schools at this Green, is here to spend the mer with his brother, Mr. J. W. place. He is a fine violinist and Mr. E. 0. Page, of Frankfort, Forth. we certainly like his company. was here a few days of last Mrs. Sophia Sublett celebratweek. Thurs- Mrs. Wade and little son, of ed her 83rd birthday last person in Louisville, were visiting her day. She is the oldest daughter, Mrs. Sanders, last our community. week. Mrs. R. T. Dudgeon, who has been confined to her. room for several weeks, is able to be out v - day, Mrs. C. W. Garrette is at the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. Cora Fletcher, near Bakerton. Mr. Martin Caughron and sister, Florence, are visiting in Albany this wetk. C. R. Thomas and R. C. Cole have sold a nice buncli of hogs to Phelps Bros. , of Lawson "Bottom. Rev. Caughron and wife spent Wednesday night at Mr. George Smith's. The roads being very much improved this beautiful weather, and many teamsters have begun their hauling. Miggeg Feriba E,a J Florence and Martin Caughron were the guegt of Misse3 Eula and R0bbie Traylor one night last week. Miss Bertha Lloyd, of West Fork, is spending the winter here with her uncle, Rev. J. T. Lloyd. Miss Mollie Baker is visiting her niece, Miss Sarah Traylor. Traylor visited Mi3s Vanette Cole one day last week. Miss Clyde Mrs. Flora Sparks and Mrs. Eva Cole spent last Saturday with Mrs. J. J. Sparks. Olive Oil ! Take a ftgxgflg, JSxd&iBXeJ. Tonight It will ::i as a laxative morning Paull Drug Cb. again. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilson ere called to Green county last Sunday, on account of the ill inthe One of the best known and most reliable .'tissue builders. Flesh Builder Sccft's Store. Mr. Evan Branham, J Attorney General James ness of their mother, Gar- - Mrs. Liz- zie Wilson. who has is both a flesh builder and nerve tonic Pleasant to take. Easy to digest.. Paull Drag Co. containing Ilypophorphilts Emulsion Olive Oil ,'riV-,-- TRP. .ADAIR COUNTY .NEWS. . S Additional Locals. Important Educational Notice. The Kentucky Educational Association for 1915 will meet in Louisville, April Ic is to be the greatest meeting in its more than 40 years of history." We want a large attendance of both teachers and trustees from Adair county, To this end I wish to call a meeting of all the teachers and trustees of the county at the Courthouse in Columbia on the first Monday in March: At the same time steps will be taken towards organizing boys' corn clubs. The meeting 21-2- 4. John Lee Walker has been elected a member of the Board of Trustees, Graded School, to fill a vacancy, caused by the death of Mr. Frank Sinclair. Mr. HEALTH OFFICER'S COLUMN. Cumberland River Route Burnside & BY U. L. TAYLOR. Lindsey Honor Roli. Sixth Grade. James Cox John Ottley Frances Strange Mary Harris Mary Shreve Rachel Faulkner Fifth Amelia Damron Dolly Bryant Grade.-- v will be held earnestly insist that all teachers, trustees and boys between the ages of ten and eighteen, who desire to enroll in the corn club, to be present at this meeting. Respectfully, Tobias Huffaker, Supt. A. C. S. Cary's Weekly, a neat six column paper published at Burkesville, Cumberland county. S. A. Cary and wife publishers. Mr. Cary is a wide awake young man, and having run a paper before, we predict for him success. Here's wishing you success Mr. Cary. at one o'clock p. m. I We regret that when some people have a grievance they send their troubles to the News. This paper is not out of humor with any person, and it can not take up the fight of an individual who has conceived the idea that he has been terribly wronged by outsiders Mrs. Fourth Grade. Margaret Harris Margaret Hynes Leona Bryant Lewis Feese Delbert Arnold Bryan Young Clyde Miller Second Grade. "" Pauline Arnold Raymond Shreve First Grade. Mary MaxineMoss Neither absent or tardy during February. Leona Bryant Margaret Hynes Walker Bryant Sanford Strange George Faulkner Lewis Feese Clyde Miller Frances Strange Amelia Damron 100 per cent., in Spelling. Amelia Damron James Cox Cljde Miller Delbert Arnold. Fannie Taylor, whose home was in Glasgow, died in Austin, Texas, one day last week. She was the widow of Dr. F. J. Taylor, who was a native of Adair county. The deceased was an aunt, by marriage, of Messrs. L O. and A. O. Taylor and Eay Conover, all of this place. Notice. Mr Murray Ball has removed his W. H. Wilson has opened a feed sta business from the Store of Neat & Murray to a room next to Mr. Geo. W. ble at the W. H. Goff stand and soLowe's Shoe Store, on north side of licits your patronage. the square. Circle Saturday night and a good one will be billed for next Saturday night. Good show at the Parlor Birds of a Feather. The wife of a Methodist Minister in West Virginia has been married three times. Her maiden name was Partridge, her first husband was named Robins, her second Sparrow, the present Quale. There are now Mr. Jack Young is now in the grocery business, having bought a one-ha- lf interest in the store of Mr. O. C. Collins, located near the Roller Mill. two young robins, one sparrow and Buffalo Bill and Pawnee's Wild three quales in the family. One West Circus at the Parlor Circle next grandfather was a Swan and another Saturday night, a drawing exhibition. a Jay, but lie's dead, now and a bird of Paradise. They live on Hawk avenDo not fail to attend the Old Maid's ue, Eagleville, Canary Island, and the Convention which will convene in the fellow who wrote this is a Lyre and a gymnasium of the Columbia High relative of the family. Valley EnSchool and Craded School Thursday terprise. night. If you want to roar with laughter, get a seatearly. Miss Mary Rexroat, who made her home at Mr. Darnell's, this side of Quite a number of farmers started Russell Springs, died last Tuesday plows last week, and in the next week, forenoon, a victim of pneumonia. if the weather is suitable, many acres will be turned, corn planting to soon Old Maid's Convention at the High follow. School Gymnasium Thursday night. Fun for every body. Do not fail to A little child's gold ring, found on attend. the street near Methodist church, by Mrs. W. W. Bradshaw, the owner can If you want to laugh and grow fat, get it by coming after it. be at the High School and Graded School Gymnasium Thursday night "The Tramp Convention" will be Saturday given at the court-hous- e Next Saturday the Fiscal Court evening, March 6th, instead of Febru- will meet and decide which road will ary the 27th. be piked first. There is much speculation as to the first pike, but it will The ColumbiaLibrary will be opened all depend upon the amount of money Feb. 27. Hours from 2 p. m. to 5 p. subscribed The citizens who put up m. The members who have not paid the most cash will be awarded the their dollar will do so at once as the first road. books must be settled for. Every one J. A. Dul worth, of Camp Knox, Ms cordially invited to join and also to sojd, a few days ago, to J. S. Smith, contribute any books they will.. eighty acres of land, lying near the Rev. C. C. Brown, of Louisviile, Adair and Green line, for $2,000. preached a very Interesting discourse at the Presbyterian church last Sun-a- y Recently Mrs. Bertha Robinson,night. He also" tilled the pulpit who was the widow of Mr. Lee Robi inson, was married at her home, Dade at Union in the forenoon. City, Fia , to Mr. J. E. Sanders, of Mrs. Sanders' of Mrs. H. O. Campbellsville, Ky. A notice of the death can be found first husband was a native of ColumSmith, of Greensburg. bia, and Mrs Sanders was born and pin our Greensburg letter. reared in the extreme eastern portion of Adair. Mr Robinson died in FlorWanted the date and the month in ida two or three years ago. We learn 1863 when" Gen. Shcofieldcame through that Mr. and Mrs Sanders will come Columbia with his command .and to Campbellsville to live. camped at Glenville. I will reward the person furnishing me the above ManT People In TTus Town infoimation. never really enjoyed a meal until J. R Cundiff, Columbia, Ky. jgreadvised then: to take a .f Russell cireUjt court the case In the against Silas out lirafo xiharged with removing indictments from the cir- before and after each meal, gold only cuit court clerk's office, was contin-ue- d vyUBy60V uu. until next weefc Paull Drug Co. &aBJL Dyspasia tfSSsSSSm Tablet - News readers this week about a disease that has been a curse to humanity for hundreds of years In this county it stands second to consumption in the number of its victims. The name of it is typhoid fever. It is a contagious disease, and is spread largely by the common house fly. Physicians have never been agreed as to its cause or its treatment. I am more interested in its cause than its treatment, but I am more interested in its prevention than either one It is a disease that orig inates in filth, and no man ever has had a case of typhoid fever, no man has a case of typhoid, and no man will ever have a case of typhoid fever, unless he gets into his system in some way. a small portion of the contents of the bowels or kidneys of some one suffering from the disease. This is a mighty ugly thisg to have to say, but it is better to say it that some one may be warned, so that one may use all the means in his power to avoid it. Typhoid fever kills its hundreds and its thousands every year, and it would be absolutely criminal in me, on account of a little false modesty to neglect to tell the people the truth as to the sole cause of this terrible malady. I have said, and will say again that the common housefly is largely responsible for the spread of this disease. The question then comes up, that if the common house fly is the cause of typTioid fever, and that no human be ing ever has the disease without getting into the system a portion of the discharges from the kidneys or bowels of.some one suffering from it, how can these two statements harmonize? I shall undertake to make this plain before I close this paper. Every body knows if he has noticed the habits and customs of the fly, that filth is its natural habitat. It breeds in the in badly kept water closets, in hog pens which are not kept clean, and in every place where filth and dirt abound. We can swat the fly, we can trap him, we can tangle (him in tauglefoot, but the only way to utterly destroy him, is to break up his breeding places It is only a few years ago that the fly was proven to be so dangerous to the health of the people. He had been destroying 'the happiness of the people ever since the dayo of Pharoah. He had been suspected of being a disease carrier for some time, but he had not been proven guilty until the time of the Spanish-America- n war. Iu the American camps down in Florida, It was noticed that officers living in screened tents did not have typhoid fever, while soldiers staying in unscreened tents, a large majority of them were infected. The sanitarians of the army led by the medical men, set r snare for the fly which proved a success They sprinkled a tine white powder around the water closets, and the fly walking over the white powder got it on his feet, and were tracked to the dining rooms, and to the sick soldiers, and the tracks were seen on the provisions on the dining tahle, showing that the same flies that had visited the water closets were visiting the dining rooms. And we all know and have always known, that flies are remarkably good to visit the sick, and unlike common white folks they visit the sick every day. They do not wait for Sunday when they have nothing else to do, but go daily. And they go where there are no screens, into the dining rooms, swim about in the gravy, crawl over the soft butter, drop into the butteimilk, and sometimes go into the kitchen and help the cook to make up the biscuit. I suppose every body has at some time seen ally baked up in a biscuic. This is not very appetizing, but it has one redeeming quality, and that is that that fly has been everlastingly put out of commission, with all the disease germs appertain ing thereto. You can kill disease germs by baking, by burning, or by boiling, but never by freezing. When the waiters on the table that I have been describing, find flies in the butter, in the buttermilk and in the gravy, they will fish them out, dash them out of the window, and the eaters will go on eating as though nothing had happened. These flies are always germ 'aden, and you can see how easy it is for them to get into the stomachs of those who are eating at that table When once in the system, unless the patient has resistive power enough to overcome the germs and throw them MI, lie will fall a victim to this disease, and will ne ver know how. in the world he got hold of it. When a man is sick of typhoid fever in a screened stable-manure- I want to speak to the Burkesville Transportation Company '( Incorporated ) Packet Steamers: Tow Boat: ROWENA and CELINA. ALBANY and Large Fleet of Barges. , These Boats are fast, of exceptionally light draught, having been especially built for the Upper Cumberland River, and the only boats having working arrange- ments with Railroads at Burnside. Traffic handled direct from boat to cars. Not subject to wagon transfer. Through Kates and Bills of Lading to all points. Through Tickets to and from Cincinnati and Louisville. Cargo Insurance carried on our packet Boats for the protection of shippers. SCHEDULE: Str.- "Rowena" leaves Burnside Saturday 3 p. m. of each week for Gainsboro, Tenn. Keturning, arrives, Burnside Wednesday 6 a. na. Leave Burnside Wednesday 3 p. m. each week for Celina, Tenn. Keturning, arrives at Burnside Saturday 6 a. m. Strs. "Celina" and "Albany" subject to demands of traffic. This schedule subject to change without notice. - ' G. M. ESTES, G. F. & P. A. A. B. MASSEY, President. Burnside, Kentucky. the flies are watching on the outside, and whenever the nurse sets a chamber on the outside, they pounce on to it and in it, and frequently by the time the vessel is carried away, the flies have made way with its entire contents, or if it has been emptied into a privy that is not fly proof, they go to that privy and make a raid on it, and load themselves with the germs of disease, and carry them to. other persons who have thus far escaped. Now if any one denies this theory, let him come with a better room, one, and K. K. Young sold a load of tobacco, last week, at Greensburg, for 86.25 to 814.00 per cwt. The load averaged $10.00 per cwt. Mr. Wm. Coffey, who lived in tha Keltner country, died last Saturday week. He was eighty-tw- o years old and was a native of the community. PATTERSON HOTEL , give up mine. Mr. K. E. Lloyd has leased the PatBut if he cannot this let him for- terson Hotel building, Jamestown, ever afterward-holdhis peace. But and the house is now open to the public. Strict attention will be paid continue to swat the fly. guests, and the table at all times will be supplied with the best the market A tribute to the memory of Prof. affods. Kates S1.00, per day. P. H. Jackman, of color, will appear Jamestown, - Kentucky, next week. I will willingly do - CANDIDATE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE . . '' " ' G. B. ' .... I LIKENS THE VOTERS OP KENTUCKY I am a candidate for Secretary or I subject to the will of the Democratic party to be expressed Jn " the primary election Aug. 7, 1915 My party loyalty, my availability ' as a candidate, my conduct as a private citizen and my record as a public ' official are respectfully submitted for investigation and consideration. For more than three years I have served you as Assistant Auditor, and while the office is not an elective one, the duties are important and exacting. These I have honestly endeavored to discharge properly and efli- ciently. My experience, I feel, has especially equipped me to fill the office to which I now aspire. If nominated and elected as your Secretary ol State, all the energy and ability which I have shall be earnestly devoted to the business of that department No duty will be too arduous for me to perform faithfully, and none will be considered too trivial to careful anel prompt attention. Peeling very grateful for the assur- - ' ances of support already received, and soliciting the votes and influence of all, I am, Sincerely yours, G. B. LIKENS. tn TO State, re-cei- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS RowesX Roads. Oh the mud, the mud. Old aunt Liza Sparks died last week. She was 85 years old. Mr. N. G. White is on the filer. With the past few days of fair weather, the roads have improved some, but are still in a very bad condition. Rev. W. N. Coffey is on the She had been sick a long time. Miss Bell Akers died a few days ago. She was deaf and blind. She was old and had lived with her brother, Bill Akers, here near Denmark, for many years, There was some complaint last week about The Adair County News smelling bad, but upon investigation it was found that my chicken-pox- . last two letters had laid over unMr. G. W. Bailey, of Taylor til they had got a little musty. I hope it won't happen so again county, was in our' midst last week. soon. . sick list. Mr. Adron Burton has moved from this place to Eunice. Mr. J. S. Breeding was through here on business last week. Mr. 0. P. Dillingham, who lives in Missouri, is visiting his nephew, R. B. White. Mr, S. C. Merritt, who has been sick, is some better. Mrs. I. C. Breeding was in Columbia Saturday, having some dental work done. Miss Violet Hardwick has the Grift Baroai sick list this week. Feb. 5th the death angel entered the home of F. W. Foley and claimed for its victim, his wife. She had been in declining heatlh for some time. Funeral services by Rev. H. T. Hub-e- r. She was buried at Clear Springs. Wesley Wilson is quite sick at The Louisville Daily Herald And the Adair County News One Year Each J. J. Turner got an increase on his pension last week. No. 2. this writing. Miss Thula Dunbar visited Mr. R. L. Neat, of Ella, who has been confined to his room Mrs Rosa Shepard last Friday, Your scribe made a business for some time, is slowly imA. L. Foley and wife were at trip to the Russell Springs last For S3.00 This offer will hold good for only a shorl week. He liked to got lost in the mud. Wallie Cook is at home for a weeks rest. He has been driving an auto from Columbia to Campbellsville for a long time. Grover Aaron's wife has been a mighty sick woman, the past week. February 12, was Willie Kane and Lawrence Hadley birthdays. They doubled together at Clay Hadleys for the dinner. There was 54 eat dinner. Such a fine dinner you never saw. They put Willie and Lawrence under the bed. Had singing, praying and a talk from the writer of this letter. Lawrence received some nice presents. Lawrence has been in the army two years. Will have to go back in March to serve two more years. He belongs to the coast artillery. Fort Terry) N. Y. This was a birthday that will long be remembered by those that were present. We were like the Jew soldier that Lawrence tell us about. He went home for a month. He stayed over his time, and when he come back his Captain got after him, the Jew says, well Cap tain, I will tell you how it was, when the time came for me to start, me father cried,me mother cried me sister cried, me brother cried and me cried too. So we all cried, but we had a good time. It was also Clay and Mollie Silver, wedding day. They had been married 25 years, Febru- proving. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Tarter were visiting friends at Tarter, last Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. C Merritt were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hatfield last Sunday. Miss Lillian Bryant spent last week with her cousin, Miss Fannie Evans, of Edith. Mrs. Elmer Grant is very feeble at this writing. Mr. Robert Cundiff, who has been making his home at Mr. Mont Harmon's, has moved to Mr. R. B. Neat's, of this place. Your Cold Is Dangerous Break it Russell Springs last Monday, Mark Harmon, of Craycraft, W33 visiting his brother, Elmer, one night last week. W. T. Aaron, of Caney Fork, time. If you want to keep posted in poli is reported very low with fever. tics and current events, subscribe now Come, bring or send your subscriptions t Clayborn Swanson and family of Salem, are visiting at W. A. Gaskin's at this writing. this office. Birdseve view of our Plant J. W. Wilson finished gathering his corn last Thursday. wife who have been numbered with the sick, are better. Mrs Janie Smith, of Decatur, was visiting Edgar Coffey and UpNow. her parents, Mr. Wilson, one A Cold is readily catching. A rundown system is susceptible to Germs. day last week. You owe it to yourself and others of G. C. Brown and family, of your household to fight the Germs at visited at F. M. once. Dr. Bell's is Longstreet, fine for Colds and Coughs. It loosens Wilson's Monday night. the Mucous, stops the Cough and Mrs. Mollie Wade is visiting soothes the Lungs. It's guaranteed. Only22c at Paull Drug Co. Ad her daughter, Mrs. S. J. Redmon, Pine-Tar-Honey and Mrs. Wesley "Largest in Dixie" Pyrus. W. S. Pickett and family visited at G. D. Vance's last Sun- at Craycraft, this week. Mrs. Lucinda Wilson is report- V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated ed quite sick at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. shiD visited Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Wm. Blanken- - day. a large feed barn near here. Waller Parnell and Liss Coom er have started a grist mill near here. We wish them success. A good size crowd was at the singing at Mr. Turner Keltner's last Saturday night. Garland Pickett visiten some friends on Long Creek, last Sat urday night. Uncle Blakey Doolin was vis iting at G. D. Vance's last Sunday and Sunday night. Your scribe is progressing nicely with his school haying good success. L. M. Wilson and WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, The Daily Mrs. Annie Sullins is building family Thursday. Keep it Handy for Rheumatism. ary 12. A Test fOr Liver Complaint lientellv UnhaPpy Physically Dull The Liver, sluggish and inactive, first shows itself in a mental state-unha- ppy and critical. Never is there joy in living, as when the Stomach and Liver are doing t eir work. Keep your Liver active and healthy by using Mr, William Coffey, an old citDr. King,s New Life Pills; they emp- izen here, is very low with kidty the Bowels freely, tone up your No use to squirm and wince and try to wear out your Rheumatism. It will wear you out instead. Apply some Sloan's Liniment. Need not rub it in just let it penetrate all through the affected parts, relieve the soreness .and draw the pain. You get ease at once and feel so much better you want to go right out and tell other sufferers about Sloan's. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of Paull Drug Co and have it in the ho use against Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. Buy a Dottle Ad to-da- Louisville And The Time: Adair s County New to Stomach, cure your Constipation and purify the Blood. 25c at Paull Drug Mrs. Martha Parnell is in very $140,000,000,000. Co. Bucklen's Arnica Salve excellent feeble health at this writing. The amount of money in circufor Piles. Ad Mr. Waller Parnell and Tim lation has increased from $279, Chastine, while visiting at Mr. 000,000 to $3,419,000,000. Chas. Chastine, near Keltner, Mr. Riley Light, who has been last week, were poisoned by eatOur Advice Is: sick for some time, is slowly ing oysters, which made them 'When you feel out of sorts from pation, let us say that if very sick for a few days. im-provin- ney trouble. The national wealth has creased from $7,000,000,001) in- the best afternoon daily paper publish-ed in Louisville. It is Democratic, Neatsburg. . but gives all the general news. consti- g. Lewis Burton recently The roads are very bad here moved to R. B. White's place, now. Sometimes hang up with where hfr will work this summer. an empty wagon. 'Mr. We can furnish The Times and The Adaix do not relieve you, see a physician, because no other home remedy will, gold only by us, 10 cents. PawH Drug C. County News both for 4.50 per year. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Hatcher. ! HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. Husband I had gotten so weak I could not Mr. William Sallee has . been stand, and gave up in despair. I At last, my husband got me menced taking it. a bottle of com- Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I Came to Rescue. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1 can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what In my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Ladles' to my bed again. After Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Meifclne Co., (Special Chattanooea, Term., for Instructions on your case and took. Home that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment or Woaen." sent in plain wrapper. J6a Boon confined Special Notice ! Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick and satisfactory fence. NOTE THE PRICE. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c dangerously sick for several days of pneumonia, and also a large abscess in his head. His family and friends have almost despaired of his life at times, but he is resting easier at present. His son, Amos, is also confined to his bed with rheumatism. Mr. Sallee has nine children living. The J. W. iBurdick farm of twenty acres was sold by the Master Commissioner to Wm. T. Mardis, for $2,005. It is located here and is a very desirable home for one who wants a small farm. there. AH Work Guaranteed The upland, has been is corn fo The farmers are not realizing Office over G. W. Lowe's 17 years in succession. much money out of their tobacShoe Store The mills at Campbellsville are co. It would be wisdom on their paying $1.50 per bushel for part to turn their attention to J. B. Stoxe J. H. Stone wheat. Flour is retailing a other products. Every one seems to take on $4.40. & Stone, Mr. William Guinn has re- new life these pretty days. It is ceived his crusher for grinding to be hoped that every one will Attoney-At-Laexert himself in producing somelime for the farmers. It has a Q Will pra2ice in capacity of two tons an hour, thing that will relieve the presthis and adjoining counties. he has orders to supply quite a ent tension. Two short crops um ber of farmers. There is no have placed a great many in Jamstown, Kentucky : donubt as to the feasibility of close quarters and nothing but using ground rock on soils. Less a bumper crop will place them B. commercial fertilzer will result, upon the proper footing again. Veterinary Surgeon Fred Gaines, a 16 year old son and the result will be more satisSun-da- y and Dentist of Arthur Gaines, died last factory. morning from an operation ears experience. Special attention Small grains and grasses have for appendicitis. He was oper- given to Surgical and Dental work. fared badly, the freeze having ated on by our local physicians Office at residence near Graded School lifted most of the late sown building. and the operation was apparentwheat out of the ground. PHONE NO. 7N ly a success, but other complicaMr. Chas. W. Folks, of New tions set up which he could not TV". T. York, has been visiting his wife overcome. Mr. and Mrs. Gaines here. He returned home last have the sympathy of the enAITORN'BYT-LAT- r Saturday., COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY7 tire community. personal property ac Merrimac, DENTAL OITO'TCE Friday and Saturday. He has very valuable property, and we Dr. predict satisfactory sales. He is DENTIST located in your town engaged in OVER PATJULi DRUG CO. the produce business. Columbia, Ky. A Mr. Mosby, of Russell county, is putting in a stock of mer- RES PHONE SO. OFFICE PHOS1 chandise in Rucker's store at Burdick. HENRY W. DEPP, Rev. A. G. Link and family will leave for California, the first DENTIST of March. Rev. Link will not stay but a short time, but his Am permanently located in Co wife and children expect to spend lumbia. most of the year there. Mrs. AH Classes of Dental work done. Crow Link's father and mother reside Briaje and Inlay work a Specialty. James Triplett Stone' w L. JOflES OTTLEY R. H. Turner attended the automobile show in Louisville. He s reported it in every respect. Our creamery is making arrangements to manufacture ice cream and cheese this season. It will be a needed convenience. The Democrats and Republicans have each one candidate for Representative for the 38th legislative district. Mr. G. P. Dur-ret- t, the present incumbent, has He announced for is a clean man, and will have no trouble in being elected. Mr. G. first-clas- " ii 7 g " . 6 6 9 6 9 " . " . 26 32 "" . " ' 18c 'Growing'Childreii' frequently need a food tonic and builder for their good health. v tissU0 Vill Practice in all'thelCcurts 0!fice:-- !n Ratlin Hurt'sJOffic 20c "8 " " fciSffl &M$jy " " " " 32 39 39 "" " 18c Emulsion containing Hvpophosghiin Olive OWL '&& "taWence Phone 13 B Business Pho el3l 9 9 " " " " " "" "" " 22ic " 20c la the prescription for th& PauII Drug Co. ' DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as to Quality and Price. A The yearly output of factories in 1850 was $1,000,000,000, now it is over $20,000,000,000. Has Used Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g up stairs. full, Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhill Wagons. 'Satisfaction, or your money back." Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Clothing, both at old prices. We Prewitt, who e this district in 1896, is'' a on the Republican ticket. There has been more petty W. have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to asR Advance on Anything engaged in such nefarious work. people need Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. The law rightfullyprotection, and applied to such the violators will have the desired Lime for this month, only 90c. effect. Our jail seems to have been full nearly all this winter, Mr. Walter Murrell, fofmprly. C. DJ of this county, but now of New VETERINARY SURGEON York, and Miss Myrtie Drye, of Bradfordsville, will become man y. Land OwnersJAttention. and wife on the 23rd of this month, if nothing to the contraT. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do ry takes place. Mr. Murrell your Surveying correctly. holds a lucrative-positioin a dethirty-thre- e years He has partment store. He is a brother of Mr. Oliver Murrell, Attnetin to Eyes experience. Charges rea- , Special for the Bank of CampbellsSpavin-ol, any surFistulo, sonable. PhoneJ74 or gical work done at fair prices. 1 am ville. He is a son of Mr. Huston Ten fixed to taice raro nrqtoclc. "nn write cough and ordinary colds, it has no equal. Being free from opium and uth attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and satisfaction Guaranteed. er harmful drugs I nev,.. felt afraid give it to the children. I have recShop on Depot St near L. & N. Depot' thieving going on all over our to ommended it to a large number of county than usual. We trust PHONE NO.; 75 friends and neighbors, who have used our officials will put the full it and speak highly of it," writes Mrs. that PARSON, penalty of the law to all who are Mary Minlie, Shortsville, X. Y. For Campbellsville, Ky. Adv. sale bv Paull Drug Co. Chamberlain's COugh Remedy fOr 29 Years. 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been used in my household for the past; twenty years. I began giving it to represented my children when they were small. As a quick relief for croup, whooping candi-dat. Columbia, - Kentucky Notice to the Public General BiacRsmithing Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing: neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires pat on. Special JEFF &?."$ Surveying Crenshaw During the past fifty years the foreign commerce of the United 0 States has grown from $318, to $4,259,000,000 and the per capita value of exports from $16.96 to $23.27. 000,-00- 32H2E2n2sQ3ES!S: ii"f. Are you tired? rundown? nerrocs? Is everything 70a do on effort? Not it is sot laziness. You ro ill. Vonr system needs a ton:o. Your Stomach. Kidneys and need stirring np. Nothing V7iU da tii better than Prompt Action Will StoP Your Cough. When you first catch a cold (often indicated by a sneeze or cough,) break it up at once. The idea that "It does not matter" often leads to serious complications. The remedy which immediately and easily penetrates the lining of the throat is the kind de manded. Dr. King's New Discovery soothes the irritation, loosens the phlegm. You feel better at once. rpne,h t.he verr c t-,v n -nminrh" l on nf "lanv honr 't jyw oj - . .uxs Diut; uus ocuiaUHiiu.. ci .. .,.. ccm" to -." .- E eetric 50c. and $1.00 Bitters All Druggists n rBuy Gold Mectah The Sure Growing Kind Buy them from book-keep- er Poll-evi- r c rieia SEEPS roar local Med o, T. C Faulkner, Columbia, Ky. ?iaived from stables. l"4-.-.w -- Que wiitia v r. ;u .oue o ...,. iPP fiijtififcs' EtflBtNCl en kihuoville stkeet. daaler. If & can'tsupplyyou. writ as direct. , puuncwaiu oi'ms real estate and Ad Znivt LOUISVILLE SEED CO. Mate LmH, Ky. 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The crews of the other vessels given as having been sent to at this place. We understand the bottom apparently also were saved, for the Hoiger has on the mill is now prepared to do men from the Hemisphere, forty-seve- n board twenty-seve- n from the best work it ever did. from the Sumatra and seven from the Messrs. Arvest and Ed Hill atthe Potaro, twenty-tw- o Germany has declined to alter her position in consequence of . tended the basket ball game at Winfred. although exthe American note concerning the war zone decree, Columbia last Thursday night. London, Insurance was placed at Lloyds pressing the most friendly feelings toward this country. The Gerat 20 guineas They report a delightful time. man reply, a summary of which was cabled from Berlin, states per cent, on policies covering the holder against war between the Mr Robert 0. Keltner, wife that Germany cannot abandon her position, in view of the attempts United States and Germany within six months. One month ago and daughter, visited relatives and rec- the premium for this same risk and period of time was five guineas in the Cool Springs community of England to cut off the food supply of tHe first of the week. ommends that the United States send warships to protect' Amer- per cent. Miss Mollie Flowers left the Washington, This afternoon the official text of the German ican vessels passing through the danger zone. The German defirst of the week for Campbells cree went into effect at midnight, but there have been few changes reply had not reached Washington, but another message was re- ville, where she will spend sevceived from Ambassador Gerard giving an outline of it. Evident- eral weeks with relatives and in sailings to and from English ports. Emperor William has telegraphed to the President of the pro- ly his dispatch had been sent before the official text had been con- friends. vince of East Prussia that the Russians have been completely de- verted into the diplomatic code and started on its way to America. Mr. Thos. Dowell spent severAdministration officials read the text as transmitted in the al days at Lyletown last week, feated and driven from the province. and, while declining to comment until the official text on business. An official communication from Vienna says that the Russians Uncle Robert 0. Keltner wa3 had been received, they apparently were gratified with the friendhave been defeated in Bukiowina, where the Austro-Germe- n on the sick list a day or so last forces have been advancing recently. The Austrians have occu- ly tone of the German communication, London, A solid cordon of guardian warships surrounds the week. pied Kolomea after a hard battle. A report from the Russian Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Flowers War Office, however, asserts that there is no change in Bukowina. the British Isles, awaiting the heralded coming of the German spent several days in Columbia It speaks of ferocious fighting in Northern Poland and says that submarine commerce. raiders. Destroyers, gunboats, torpedo boats last week, visiting their relatives the Russians have won the advantage in several engagements in fast cruisers and craft of every conceivable sort from the British Mr. W. C. Yates and Chapnavy, supplemented by many that have been sent from France, Galicia. man Dohoney, of Portland and have been in constant patrol since long before midnight, when the Milltown, were in our midst one Turkey has yielded to Greece and offered satisfaction for the insult to the Greek naval attache at Constantinople. The incident German proclamation of a maritime "war zone" about Great Brit-ia- n day the first of the week. and Ireland went into effect. The good weather for the past which led to the departure of the Greek Minister is now closed. Berlin, (via London,). The official report on the progress of two week certainly did get a Fourteen members of the crew of the Zeppelin which was desays that the Russians ta- move on all of our farmers and stroyed over Fance Island were rescued and will be interned by the fighting given out in Berlin there was not an idler in the the Danish authorities. The Zeppelin, one of the largest of the ken prisoners by the Germans in East Prussia now amount to 0 camp, and you have no idea the r men. German dirigibles, caught fire while cruising over the island. amount of work that has been KAISER TO TAKE CHARGE. accomplished during these two London, Telegraphing from Copenhagen the Daily Mail's weeks. Ground turned, plant RUSSINS ARE BELIVED TO correspondent says he learns from Hamburg that the belief pre- beds burned and sown, grass and vails there that Emperor William is going to Helgoland personally oats sown and in fact every BE IN TIGHT PLACE. to direct Germany's submarine blockade. thing in the line of farming and "The wheat shortage in Germany," the correspondent adds; some few have planted some of their garden. Everything does London, With a solid ring of warships about the British "was concealed until the last moment for fear of discouraging the certainly come around alright at Isles, the first day of the German submarine blockade passed with people. It is much greater than has hitherto been believed. Ger- the prqper time. There is no out incident, so far as the public was informed. Up to nightfall many will only escape famine before the next harvest by a narrow use worrying the least. not a single undersea boat has been reported a lifting its crest margin. v Edith. above the waves. Britannia wears her coronet of light, Horace Taylor, Mrs. Minnie Greensburg. thousands of searchlights radiating across the waters watching Farmers are making good use Skaggs, Mrs. F. T. Foster, Miss for the heralded commerce raiders. No losses of any kind were Russell Smith, of Greensburg, of this beautiful weather preMrs. Elizabeth Catherine Coak-lereported. and a son Finis M. Smith of paring for farming. widow of the late Thomas London, The immediate effect of the German- - submarine Mr. P. P. Wesley is on the sick Bloomington III. The funeral and Coakley, died Monday night at blockade of the British Isles, beginning was to tie up all burial were held here Friday list this week. her old home, Coakley, after Mrs. Valeria Campbell and passenger traffic from England to Holland. The Scandinavian many years of invalidism. She afternoon. daughter, Miss Annie, visited ines, however, have not as yet been affected. was nearing her eightieth year Gradyville. friends at Casey Creek Saturday-night- . Both the Zeeland and the Batavier lines have canceled all pas- and leaves a brother, Mr. Willie senger service to Holland, although they are continuing their Hazlewood and Mrs. Mary FranJacob Nelson, of Greensburg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neat, of freight and mail traffic. The Wilson line to Scandinavian ports is ces Spillman, a sister, who are was here the first of the week. Garlin, have moved to their new octogenarians. She is survived running as usual. Greensburg loose leaf tobacco home, purchased from Mr. Bill by the following children: Mrs. The Hague, (via London, The Government of the NetherFlorence Butler of Columbia; market has been well represen- Jones, near this place. We are lands has refused a request for war vessels to convoy Dutch mer- Mrs. Cassa Burnley of Paducah; ted from this seetion for the past so glad to have them in our community. chant ships through the marine areas prescribed by Germany on Mrs. Robert Cowherd, Bengal; week. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Knifley, the ground that such action would enhance the risks of ships with- Mrs. Garnett Graves, Campbells-villJ. A. Diddle, of Adairville, Mrs. Emma Williams, Mrs. spent a few days here last week and sons, visited Mr. John Knifout such escorts. The Government has advised all shipping firms ley and family last Sunday. to instruct their captains to halt their vessels at the first sight of Wilia Warren, and Mrs. Cliff winding up his unfinished busiBorn, to the wife of Mr, Chara submarine all desired information concerning the craft and its Webster, of Coakley; Mr. L. W. ness here. lie Williams, Feb. 12, a daughtCoakley, Greensburg, and Mr. Messrs. Charles and Jo Snarks er, Frances Elizabeth. cargo. Hogenville. Tom Ed Coakley, gafcurday n Columbia Mr. J. S. Breeding, of ColumShe was a most estimable woman on.business. bia, was in our midst . several and a life long member of the CRUISER SINKS GERMANS James Gilpin and his son, Aus- days of last week. Methodist church. tin passed through here the first Miss Annie Campbell entered FOUR ENGLISH VESSELS. Mr. and Mrs. Braxton E. of the week en route to Greens- school at Roley last Monday. Courts,, this place, have issued burg to try Whooping cough is raging in the tobacco market. invitations to the marriage of this neighborhood. The Akin Band rendered some Buenos Aires, Argentine, The German steamer Hoiger, their daughter, Sybil Jessie, and Mr. Henry Grant is doing some arrived here, brings news that during the months of Mr. Edmond Nelson Leachman good musiVone night last week repair work on Mr. Frank Neat's which has January and February the German auxiliary cruiser Kronzprinz of Springfield, Ky. The wedding at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. dwelling. Strong Hill, of our city. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Williams Wilhelm, operating on the northern coast of Brazil, sank the Brit- will be solemnized at theiome of and daughter, of Dunnville, visn Miss Mary Caldwell, of Hemisphere, the British steamer Potaro, the sailing the bride March 3rd. ish steamer W. E. Williams Sat community, visited Misses ited at Mr. Mrs. Pauline Ryan Smith, wife urday night and Sunday. ship Sumatra and the sailing ship Wilfred. The crews of these Mallie and Ora Moss, a day or of H. 0. Smith, a groceryman Evans Bros, bought of A. L, vessels are on board the Hoiger. so oflast week, ,, here, died Thursday- - rfternoon Neat one calf for $18.50. passengers of the BritOn the Hoiger there are also fifty-on-e Bragg, of Edmonton, was after a short illness of heart Mrs. Misses Lottie and Bettie Knifish steamer Highland Brae, a vessel of 7,634 tons belonging to the guest of Mr.' and Mrs. Frank ley, of the L. W. T. So ''visited trouble and bright's disease. She the Nelson Steam Navigation Company of London, which sailed from was a native of Adair county, Dulin, a day or so of last week. their parents from Friday until London January 3 for Buenos Aires and which was sunk in the having moved to this county ten Mr. Bradshaw, the noted mill Sunday. . warship. In addition.there are ninety mem- years ago. Besides the husband man of Summeraville, spent last Atlantic Come on people with good road daughters, Mrs. week at work on the rolling mil talk for we sure need the pike. she leaves four bers of the!crew of the Highland Brae on board. TODAY'S WAR NEWS. to-da- y non-combata- nts dis-patch- es, v to-da- y 64,-00- To-nig- ht y, to-da- y, 4 , e, It -- Mill-tow- by-aGerm- vJL - t.