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K 7 r - '' fei-g- f ''- -- V " i '? w?ij.w - 'I I - ;, ? ;,. . - ' A.'"-i. . ? - a& ' y, I ft , ti r.y Wi- - MH f t'A '' ...?:iL k . . fc.t.!Afc.fcT3Ji DSj 1 3 fh: .ijv JJT g$5ffi3nBf9gU;X T r--t ,&352!S&i7 - m COLUMIIA, AOAIR Q COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 14, i" ft. 24 VOLUME XVIII (915. NUMBER DISTRIBUTION OF STATE AID. The Ball Gaines. The 1915 baseball season' was Inaugurated here Friday afternoon, when Lindsey-Wilso-n defeated Hustonville in a well played game by the score of 4 to.0 The visitors were unable to. connect with the speedy offerings of In a Serious Condition. The Meeting. Whisky Venders Arrested. The many friends of Mrs. Geo. W. The protracted services which comDeputy United States Marshal Byras Lowe will be sonto learn of her se- menced at the Baptist church Sun- of Bowling Green,- - was in this section rious condition. For two' months it day, the 4th insL, is still in progress, last week, and as a result of his visit was very noticeable that she was on and at the evening meetings the build- U. S, Commissioner T. C. "Davidson TWrtren Counties to Draw fill she was ing is filled to its capacity. Rev. E. held Court last Wednesday. The first the decline, and last.-weeRoad Allowance. . , conveyed to LoulsviUevior an opera- P. Wright 'of Williamsburg, who tfi was "Henry Griffin, ofcof-o-r, Yfltirig, securing only two singles tion, which' she underwent last Thurs- is assistingpastor Bush, is a strong who confessed his' guilt and was The pitching of Young featured. day, Dr. Abell, being the surgeon. preacher and delivers his discourses in sent to Elizabetlitown jail, to await FIGURES BY The same clubs met again Saturday Her uncle, Dr. Nathan Hancock, was a most captivating and winning man- his appearance at Louisville. Harrison Johnson, colored came Frankfort, Ky., April 10. (Special.) afternoon, when the school boys over- present, and he does not write very ner. Other denominations are given by the score of encouraging. Mrs. Lowe is at. St; Jo- due consideration for their views and next. He was held over and he furcounties will draw the full whelmed the visitors Thirteen 1. Capt twirl- seph, where she will' remain until all classes are attending the services. nished' bond for his appearance 16 at amount allowed by law out of the ingto Lindsey Sullivan did the and showed excellent she can be brought home, and in the There have been quite a number who Louisville. for State road fund this year, $13164, acopponents only five" meantime her relatives and friends are have united with the Church up to He was followed by John Burbridge, cording to estimate just completed by form, allowing his hits. The lone run scored by huston- hoping that something for the better this writing, and the meeting will colored, acquitted. Commissioner of Roads R, C. Terrell. to ville feature .She is af- lively continue week. All three It is based upon the 1914 assessments of thewas duewas an error. The of Leon may make its appearance.of the bowels. The song service through thisand the county. of the above live in Adair game the hitting flicted with tubercolosis is inspiring and levy, excepting in a few instances of the locals, who secured a indications point to a great uplift in The next was Robert Shearer, white, where failure of the counties to re- Lewis run and three singles out of religious circles' in Columbia and its Russell county. Special Notice. He was held over necessary to use the 1912 home port made it four trips to the plate. surroundings, and doubtless many j and bond furnished for his appearance returns. more will be brought into the fold, at Bowling Green. The counties which will draw the By virtue of an ordinance passed by Every body Commencement Sermon. is urged to attend the ser Jonah Gaskin, Russell county, folfull 2 per cent.f are: Bourbon, Campthe board of trustees of the town of vices. lowed, and was held over and sent to bell, Christian, Clark, Daviess, FayColumbia, at their regular meeting Sunday night there was an immense Russellsville jail, to await trial at Dr. Gross Alexander, book editor night, April 5, 1915, there will be a ette, Graves, Jefferson, Kenton, Mason audience, qyery seat in the main au- Bowling Green McCracken, kelson and Shelby. and editor of the Southern Methodist franchise sold for the purpose of op- ditorium and the Sunday School room is estimated each Review, Nashville, Tenn., willpreach erating an electric light and power being taken, and many chairs had to The Ladies Aid Society of the PresThe amount it plant in said town. Said' sale will take county will receive from the State the commencement sermon for to accommodate the byterian church will meet with Mrs. at the Methodist church, place on Saturday the 24th day of h. brought in three have united with Crenshaw Thursday afternoon, April Eoad fund is based on the ratio the ilson, people. Twepty 15 at'2:30. road levy of that particular county this city, third Sunday morning In A'pril, 1915, at 2 o'clock, p.- - m., at the the Church up tor this writing, door .in i Columbia, Ky., orning, to the total levy for road pur- - May. He will alsp'deliver the address Court-hous- e bears .eighteenby profession posesofall the counties, 32,071,571. to the graduating class, in, the chapel, at public outcryN to thehlghest and and five by letter. The' surrounding - Mr. S. H. Mitchell,, Sheriff of Adair Atbest, bidder, for cash EbTStimated-roaJund is 659,220. Monday forepoon following, territory has become'ihtereste'd, and county, has settled in .full with the ijiiter. apportioning the money on this Dr. Alexander is known throughout tention is hereby called.to the. above many people from the country attend county for all taxes due for the year i i914, and also with the Superintendent .Jasis, a, balance of over $100,000 was Kentucky for his great ability and ordinance now posted as- required by the evening services. for all moneys due on Graded school redistributed within the limits of thel douDtles he has a treat in store for the. law for further particulars; n institution.. Bruce .Montgomery, tax. He collecte'd the amounts due 2 per cent., which' is the' maximum pupils of this Work of Fiscal Court. alThe public is cordiallyinvited to be frdin, tax payers, did not borrow a Bogrd of. Trustess Chairman any county is allowed to draw, and ' ofjTown.of.;eolumbia.. amount ap- present at both dates. cent. He gob his quietus from the" so not exceeding the to,tal " iincluThe Fiscal Court of Adaif county Auditor for State, tax some time ago. propriated for State aid work, itr.-J- . B. Yates,:- natlveu.of;.Adair, Mr. A. G. Long, whq0waa;Kother-In-la- completed its labors of the April term ding private subscriptions. In nd case bf Dr. W". F Caxfcvright- - and last Friday noon. Besides allowing Go o April 25, county allotted more than it onetime a citizen '.'and merchant in was a Columbia, has been-- i appointed post- Mr. L. C. Winfrey, prtbisjpiace, died the usual amount for claims, the levy &3ked for State aid, as some portions 1915. of the county levies naturally will be master at Cave City. He succeeds a at Glasgow Monday night of, last, week'. for all purposes, including pike, was The Kentucky Sunday School Assoused for other work than.that Unde- Democrat, who resigned' to engage in He was a native of Iowa. 'When the fixed at $1 20. Poll same as last year. other business. Mr. Yatts has been civil war broke oub he went into the. Dr.U. L. Taylor was ciation desires to have one million Health rtaken accosding to the law governing an active Democrat "and was recog- Federal army served until hostilities Officer and his salary fixed at $425 people in the Sunday Schools of KenState aid projects. nized for good servient; rendered the clqse of the war he per year. Mr. T, Q. Faulkner was tucky on April 25, 1915. Therefqre The distribution to counties issuing party. He is;a brother of frs. Geo. ceased At the ' settled at Albany Ky., and ka short employed at $4.00 per day, to survey all Sunday Schools in Russell County bonds will be based upon their road H.Nell this i place. time thereafter he wb. married to the route for pike from Columbia to are directed and earnestly requested (evies and sppcal tax for sinking fund Miss Mattie Hurt,, the "oldestr daugh- Montpelier. to secure the greates t possible attendpurposes; but the latter does not figA Tribute. ter of the late Wash" Hurt. Some The Fiscal Court will meet in Co ance on that date, and immediately ure in this estimate, as the commisyears ago he took up his residence in lumbia next Monday, the 19th, and thereafter, report to me at Jamestown, sioner had before him only the 1914 years will go over the survey for the pike, Ky., the name of the Sunday School, Glasgow. He was' seventy-silevies to guide him. It is with deepest sympathy for the old. and had been an .invalid :for sev- secure the right of way, and make name and P. O. address of the SuperDISTRIBUTION BV COUNTIES. beloved husband and eight dear chil- eral years. all other arrangement necessary for intendent and Secretary, the number i amounts it is estimated each dren, that we announce the 'death of The starting the pike i the month of. in attendance en that day, and a free county will draw from the State road Mrs. S. A. Hatcher, "on the afternoon Tobias Huffaker , will;ipreach"it Jtllv. 'J will offering from each school, which .; r' of April 2, 1915, she crossed , over the Hutchison's school' house,, on ctherd . fund follow: 3n Stt-t-- ' 'li.wiH immediately forward to head-- -. Flnwprc A Walk or. Adair, $3,249: Allen, $3,443; Ander- dark river. Cousin Mbllie was an ear Sunday afternoon in this...montlv" at quartejs at .Louisville, Ky -", " 3 p,m.,r.- . Ballard; $7,780; Barren, nest christian and aevoted to son, $7,885; ace ' W. s. Knight, r.,ccnll and friends." 'Her death has .cast Bell, $8,671; eebJ $5,664: i, iijaiucuu -- uujaoii nnitntKr Sunday, -$5899; Bath, vuuujr .I. colored, .Special Values". inj im Ki '' Lizzie Jones, one School Association. 89,426; Bourbon, $13,164; Boyd, universal sorrowthibughout the enBoone, u r women about C6'lUmbia,,d,iedtJastSat- - yvtit;,i,ui:j,iOcttuiuity. .flLp.ciiii.4fcM uuiy. t' "&. $9,603; Boyle, $10,265; Bracken, $6,026; tire community. NtLet us strive to em puncy ot neraiie nou lorgei urday- - morning.8 Her , husband An-- ,This,Graniterwafe retails fQt,75c;eachi Breckenrldge. $5,000; Bullitt, $2,500; ulate tne Notice.. " p'repatcry.ldrewcJones.Tpreceedi4 her to the1 .piece nowi oYbucinbuy. itSaturday 2 Butler, $3,296; Caldwell; $1,750; "Callo- ting tnis worm is dud a. S.trayed or stolen from my home' Yvevh.. ' .Little iium uuukcu school for a larger, mor,e jblessed' life JBe Sure you see thjs assort- o.rs49o.r way, $4,923; Campbell, $13,164; Caroflwliltet families1 of this mentancbtake advantage, ofithelow aboutiweeksagoa. tbrown bird dog" lisle, $4,055, Carroll, $5,000; Carter, in the great beyond.,... vThough her fb.ra number with collar bearing name Dan. Will -v home js one of sadness, the. reflection place, anAinculihTrj? affairs sheNa'cH prlces.opL.that date:", $3,760: Casey, $4,330; Christian, pay for his return. irienas Clark, $13,124: Clinton,1 $2,656; of her presences will shed its, effulgent' uuiiew equaisj' one T. E. Waggener, Columbia. Daqiess, $13,164; Edmonson,' 82,585: rais and brighten the gloom. She of her own race, and ;death. brought "ReyeR;, V. Chapin"was greeted with t. colored, and white1 a large audience at ' tliePresby teriac Elliott, $2,402; Estill, $2,809; Fayette, was rested from her labors and is sorrow to both" the population; The funeral was held' church-las- t Sunday forenoon. It was $13,164;. Fleming, $3,000; Floyd, $1,500, safely anchored in the Home of the Special Sale of Siippers. Sunday and it was largely attended. his first discourse, the beginning of $5,815; Gal- Blest. Franklin, $8,742; Fulton, At the Bee Hive Shoe Store April his pastoral work for said Church. latin, $1,000: Garrard, $8,346; Grant, Still we feel her presence near us ' Mr. R.-(Dick Lee Winfrey), born He is very much liked by his congre 13 lasting until Saturday, April 17, In the home beside the fire. $10,301; Graves, $13,164; Grayson, and reared in Columbia, a son of the gation, judging from expressions of Inclusive. For the four days we are Greenup, 9,419: Hancock, 82,000; But an Angel seems to whisper. late Maj. T. C. Winfrey, has just been his Sunday's sermon. He will preach goingto sell our shoes and slippers at up higher. Hardin, $8,520; Harrison, $8,340; Hart, Husband, childre n, come cost. Come and see us, price our goods elected Police Commissioner of the at Union next Sabbath. i Cousin Anna. $7,040: Henry, $7,156: Hickman, $3,902, ,G. W. Lowe. before buying. city of Dallas, Texas. His majority Hopkins, 810,829: Jefferson, 813,164; over his opponent is 3,282. Mr. WinJessamine, $9,378; Johnson, $2,809; Last Thursday! Friday and SaturNotice. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Montgomery, frey has been connected with the po- day were opening days Kenton, $13,164; Knox, $4,078; Knott, at Russell & who have been absent from Columbia lice department of Dallas for several' Co.'s store, immense lines of finery 81,000; Larue, 83,641; Laurel, 83,710: for several years, Mr. Montgomery The Famous Duke of Adair will years, making a most efficient officer. being on exhibition. While customers being in Leslie, $1,000; Lawrence, $4,434; the revenue service, have reLetcher. $5,861: Lewis, 84,700: Lin make the season of 1915 at my place 1 He is very popular with all classes were making their selections, they turned to their home in this place to were given the pleasure of listening to live. They now have an interesting coln, $9,075; Livingston, 83,477; Lo- mile North of Montpelier, at $10 to throughout the city. many high class pieces of music played little daughter, Louise. gan, $7,733; Lyon, $3,434; Madison, insure a living colt 10 days old. Duke is a Sue Registered, Combined Saddle J. A. and R. Ky' Young, of Adair on Mr. Russell's Yictrola, an instru$12,461; Magoffin, $2,000: Marion, Dr. Woodruff Flowers' office is over 84,000: Martin, 8775; and Harness Stallion, and his colts are j county, were here Thursday returning ment purchased1 af considerable exMarshall, the store of the Paull Drug Co. Mason, ?I3,164: McCracken, $13,164; bringing the top prices. And Black home after having sold. 104 head of pense for no other purpose but to en" McLean, $3,552; McCreary, $2,727; Hawk, my noted Mule Jack, will steers and heifers to a number of buy tertain friends. , We have an article from Mr. J. C. Meade, $4,004; Menifee, $2,404; Mer- make the present season at the same ers in this section. The beeves they Miller, on the Dixie Highway, which cer, $9,189: Monroe, 84,176; Montgom place, at $6 for a horse mule and $7 for disposed of ran in weight from 400 to A Card of Thanks we will publish next week. ery, $6,000; Muhlenberg, $7,317; Nel- a mare mule, 10 days old Hawk Is a 900 pounds and they got for them all from'' $20 to $52.50 a head, son, $13,164: Nicholas, $6,237; Ohio, number one Breeder, and second to the way This (Wednesday) afternoon at 2:30 Y. M. Epperson, Among the sales they made were the $8,837: Oldham, $5,00U; Owen. 84,732; none. I want to express through The o'clock Rev. E. F. Wright will speak t Montpelier, Ky. i following: To S. H. Baughman 26 Uews, in behalf of my Pendleton, 3,500; Powell, $2,333; Puto the business men of Columbia. Evheifers; to J. H. Baughman, near Lucien Hendrickson, the gratitude of ery body is invited. laski, $8,044: Robertson, 81,000; RockShelby City, 29 steers; to Mrs'. Jas. his family to their neighbors, for castle, $3,533; Rowan, $2,000; Russell, Two Good Jacks. Robinson, near Hubble, 12 steers; to their untiring assistance during the $13,164; $2,478: Scott, 89,266; Shelby, There will be a baseball game next Harry Frye, near Hubble, 10 steers; to recent sickness of. Frank Hendrick- Saturday afternoon at L. W. T. S. $2,967; TaySimpson, $7,251; Spencer, lor, $2,000; Trimble, $3,443; Todd, My JackMarphy, which has been J. D. Whitehouse, near Dacfyllle, 5 son, who passed away on April first. park between Greensburg and L. W. $6,265; Trigg, $669; Union, $10,677; lame from accident for a few weeks steers; to McDowell & Fox, of' Dan? We want to especially thank Buck T. S. Admission 25c. ville, 15 steers; to John Goggln, near Hendrickson, Otis Grasham and Ulys Washington, $2,491: Webster, $6,000; Woodford, $11,966; Warren, $12,644; past, has folly recovered and is now at Hubble, 4, steers: to C, R. Martin, of ses Harmon for their continued and Mr. Murray. Ball has had the front the fair Grounds in excellent condition, Danville, a couple of.. ;ste.e.rs S.tanf. .untiring devotion to the dear little of his' business house repainted and Wayne, $3,570: Whitley, $7,141, M, boy. No better neighbors are to be che interior repapered,' making Mr. Terreil makes this estimate ready for service. I also have in charge ford jjurnai it found anywhere than in the old Mt. very inviting'place. ;': ' from the amount of levy available Murray's brother, good Jack Stanley.! Pleasant neighborhood, and in times understood that The above named Jacks will do service Half Price. this year, buc it is Our first showing of midsummer of sickness and distress they are althe State will put up dollar for dollar at the fair growid. Fee $8.00 to in- ways found at the post of duty. May Millinery will be Friday April 16.-.." for evjery dollar paid In, whether by j living colt, . firfv i 0i You are cordially, invited. Prof. Hicks will remain.here only a the Lord bless them all. taxation or donation, and this being sure a 3C-.e. ..Mrs. Geo; Staples'. tuning, regulating Truly i short .. time and V:?. ya; the case, Adair county will get a little M. F. Harmon. repairing during his stay will be and riv, ForSale. , After thJs'week,Tne Adair County over $9,000 from the State, as citizens done at nan price. White Leghorn, and Indian RunWeJearn from Mn Dick Burton, Spoke Company will not receive bit- .have put .up 86,000. If the State has Mondays record; that there for setting jiot the full amount this year Ut will ner Duck Eggs. 50cts N. Conover. of The regular meeting of., the Odd Whokept the snows last winter. were lets on the. other and Saturdays. Will r ' Mrs. Jno. days of the week. ' accept twenty-seve- n 15 Fellows will bejnext Thursday night. .be paid in next year. k be-trle- TERREIl. Lindsey-W- -- Tuesday-m- d - 4&-han- k - -- well-know- "- - w Sunday-School-D- ay x 1- her-fam-ll- y I ,ciLd 1 . . - jh.e--best- i Heay-Grariite- . J Kitf-vevLi- o -- . -- -- 813,-16- 4; nan-man- 24-2- $4,-55- 8; $6,-61- 6; . j 24-3- on-ln-la- I -- . I J . : c I . ; . . -- nr- -- v w tf - v. -- . - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS time, it should be made in the various counties in the selection of candidates for the Legislature and not injected into the State campaign to enMr. tammer's Position. danger the success of the party. It would be still better to give the County Unit a fairer and longer test by In answer to questions as to what postponing this issue for two years, proeffect the injection of State-wid- e hibition will have upon the Dem- when a Legislature is chosen without ocratic party in Kentucky, I will be Democratic State ticket in the field quite frank, as I believe that it is al- It would certainly be better for Dem ways best to deal openly and fairly, ocracy. I believe" that it would give these and to meet issues as they are p rejealous champions a better chance of presented with courage. I look with both repiet and alarm success for their pet issue. very at the effort to inject the question of T have fought with the for best the State-wid- e prohibition into the gu- ability I could command bernatorial race, because it inevitably County Unit, both as a platform issue means bitter warfare within the ranks and to see it put upon the statutes. of Democracy and menaces the success I have fought the liquor interests in of the party in the November election. its attempts to dominate the Democratic party, but I do not think StateDEFERRED MATTER. HARD FIGHT AIIEAD. "$ Under the most favorable conditions and with the strongest ticket that can be named, I think that the Democratic party "will have a hard fight to win in the November election. I believe that all thinking Democrats realize that the election this fall will not be a walkover, then why handicap the party wfth an issue which cannot add any strength to the ticket and is certain to be an element of weakness? It looks like it was being forced upon the voters rather to secure the nomination of a candidate than to secure a victory over the Republicans. The success of Democracy Sias always meant more to me than the aspirations of any candidate and, therefore, I hate to see the party n by either selfish ambition or men-race- d mis-.take- wide prohibition is an advisable political issue now. My love, for the Health Promotes happiness. Democratic party and its success imEld. W. G. Montgomery, who is paspels to sound ,this note of warning. Without health genuine joy is im- tor of the Christian Church, As I see it. the party can not be a possible; without good digestion and has been preaching a series gainer by it, while it stakes its suc- - regular bowel movement you cannot of sermons to his congregation. The I will drill wells in Adair and cess and imperils its opportunity forjiave health Why neglect keeping meeting has Jbeen in progress about victory on an issue that could be, and bowels open and risk being sick and ten days, and we are informed that adjoining counties. See me be adshould be averted. ailing? You don't have to. Take one there have been about twenty-fiv- e H A. Sommers. small Dr. King's New Life Pill at ditions to the Church. Eld. Mont- fore contracting. Latest imElizabethtowu, Ky., March 17. night, in the morning you will have a gomery has been pastor of this Church full, free bowel movement and feel but a short time He is very much No Use to Try and wear Out Your much better. Helps your appetite liked and is fast adding new members. proved machinery of all kinds. COId It will wear You Out Instead. and digestion. Try one to night. He is an Adair county preacher. Pump Repairing Done. Give Ad. Thousands keep on suffering Coughs Sold by Paull Drug Co. , Mr C. W. Thompson, prominent and Colds through neglect and delay. J banker of Edmonton, and owner of me a Call. Why make yourself an easy prey to se Resolutlons of Respect. the Bula Villa Hotel, Sulphur Well, rious ailments.and epidemics as the who has been dangerously ill in a result of a neglected col? Coughs and C. YATES On March 11th 1915, the Death An sanitarium in Michigan, is now reColds sap your strength and vitality gel came into our ranks and called ported out of danger, and will prob-abl- v unless checked in the early stages. judgment. reach his home in a few weeks. you from labor to refreshment our beloved We are already threatened with a Dr. King's.New Discovery is what and aged Bro. Jonas Hammonds, who need the first dose helps. Yourhead Mr. J. M. B'air, one cf Adair counweaK ticKet (not in tne cnaracter or clears up you breathe freely and you was a faithful brother among us, a ty's best farmers, has a good reason fitness of the men who may comthe kind and sympathetic father and husA Splendid toto tip his hat to three of his mares, pose it,) but it is the fact that it may feel so much better. Buy a bottle day from Paull Drug Co., and start band, an industrious and law abiding each one dropping a fine mare mule Clubbing Bargain 4e made up largely of the office hold Ad citizen, a good and agreeable neigh- colt this spring. ing class, those who want to rotate taking at once. bor, ever ready to help those in need We Offer rom one office to another. This is no or any worthy cause. Bro. HamThe Adair County Spoke Company he Adair County News danger. A number of the Dem Death of Mrs. Isabelle White monds was born the 20th day of Jan. is getting in timber daily, and by the ocratic newspapers have already sound 1835, had been a Mason for more than Johnston. and time the machinery is started, this ed a note of warning against this, and 40 years, and a member of our Lodge summer, there will be several hundred many Democrats will become lukeThe Cincinnati since the 23rd day of October 1911. thousand pieces on the yard. The Mrs Isabel White Johnston died at warm in the election if it is been a long and useful company pays His life-haout a large sum of monand we will lose the bulk of 5:20 p. m , Tuesday, March the 23rd, one, and was always a true advocate Weekly Enquirer ey during receiving days, and is quite the independent vote if such a ticket at her home number 2026 Grove Ave , of truth and morality. an enterprise for Columbia and Adair us named. If on the top of this, State-wid- e Quincy, 111. Mrs Johnston had been Both One Thereforebe it resolved, that this county. 111 for some time from ailments atprohibition is added it would lodge has lost a' true and faithful Year like the enemies to party success tendant on old age, but the immedi- member, the community a good citFor Only A Splendid Offer. were in control and that they have ate cause of death was a severe cold, izen and his family a kind and loving resulting in lagrippe. aaictaken the temper of the people. Subscription may be ather, and while we deeply lament Isabelle white was a daughter of his death and grieve his loss, we subnew or renewal DANGER TO DEMOCRATS. For the next thirty days we will Stephen and Mary Wagner White. furnish The Adair County News one Such a policy will not only throw all She was born at her father's home on mit to the maker who called him. What the Weekly Enquirer is Resolved that these resolutions be year, 'the Cincinnati Weekly EnquirChe "wet" votes against the Demthe Crocus road, now known as the sent to the Russell County Advance, er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, It is issued every Thursday, subscripocratic ticket, but (threatening de- Oscar Pyle place, on July the 12th, tion price ?1.00 per year, and it is one of County News and Casey County one year, Farm and Fireside, struction to the wholesalers, stillers 1838. She was a direct decendent of Adair the best home metropolitan weeklie of toMagaone year; .and brewers) it will throw the entire Perigrene White, who was born on the News, for publication, and a copy day. It has all the facilities of the great zine, monthly, one year; and Poultry DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnine the iquor interest in desperate determi- May Flower, and was the first white spread on our minutes. world's events, and for that reason can D. C. Hopper ) Pointers, monthly, one year, all for nation to save their business against childborn in New England. The White giue you all the leading news. It carries M. T. Wilson Com. $1.65. This is the best offer ever made &he Democratic ticket. family were among the pioneers of a carries a great omount of valuable farm A. W. Godberry ) by this office, and all who want readI am just as firmly convinced that Adair county, and the descent from matter, crisp editorirls and reliable prohibimarket reports. Its numerous dethe injection of State-widRiley Taylor, who had been workine ing matter should send their subscripPerigrene White is claimed through partments make it a necessity to every tions to this office at once. tion will imperil, if not defeat, the Thomas White, Captain of a Virginia about Columbia for several years, died ome. farm or business man. Democratic ticket as I was in 1911 regiment, in the Continental army. one day last week. He was a victim This grand offer is limited and we advise that the adoption of the County Unit John Waller Johnston and Isabelle of consumption. Mr. H. T. Parrott, Cimpbellsville you to take advantage'by subscrib'ng for would elect it. The reason upon White were married in Adair county, the above combination 'right now. Call was here a few days ago. which this opinion is based is that all October 15th, 1855: in 1856 they emor mail orders to The Lacue County Herald did itself Mr. W. P. Kunnally, Horse Cavef dry Democrats were in favor of the igrated to Missouri, traveling overland proud last Thursday by sending out The Adair 'County News, made his regular trip to Columbia, County Unit and that not many over in a covered wagon, and settled on a its spring edition each paper contain- last week. Columbia, Ky. half of the dry Democrats are in favor farm in Lewis county, pages, of well written that State. In ing thirty-siof State-wid- e prohibition. Thousands 1857 they removed to La Grange, Mo , matter and fresh advertisements. Mr. Wayne W. Cordell, Louisville, voted Democrats of wet the and in 1861, to Quincy Illinois, where The Herald is one of the best week- was at the Hancock Hotel a few days Democratic the J. W. Johnston died June 12th. 1903. lies in the State and merits all the since. they had to admit both the con- Mrs. Johnston was a member of the business it is receiving. Mr. C. C. Fisher, Glasgow, was here stitutionality and the justice of the Methodist church until she took up a day or two of last week. County Unit, but these wet voters are her residence in Quincy, and joined Told That There Was No Cure for probo violently opposed to State-widHim. Messrs. S. W. Finnell and H. Bv the Christian church, of which they Are You Woman? hibition that they will vote against were pioneer members. "After suffering for over twenty Webb, Campbellsville, were in Coparty almost to a man, and the Having resided in Quincy for fifty-fo- years with indigestion and having lumbia Friday. the election of a Democratic House of Repyears, Mrs. Johnston enjoyed an some of the best doctors here tell me resentatives will be menaced as well extensive acquaintance, and the high there was no cure for me, I think it .as the State ticket. The Vermont legislature has only right to tell you for the sake of est regard of all who knew her. It is absurd to suppose that any A devout Christian woman, she was other sufferers as well as your own enacted a law requiring eugenic mumber of Republicans would vote the endowed with a sweet disposition and satisfaction that a 25 cent bottle of We have never be- Democratic ticket on a State-widmany excellent traits of character, Chamberlain's Tablets not only re- marriages. ' l" .1 , . 1 for Republicans will vote their which endeared her to all who came in lieved me but cured me within two nevea tnac TT Vermont coma De any contact' with her. party ticket when they have months although I am a man of 65 ehanee to win. They have always She was a kind and loving mother years," writes Jul. Grobien, Houston, helped by eugenics. What is Tto Woman's Tonic done so in the past, and they will do and her death, while coming after a Texas. For sale by Paull Drug Co. needed there more than any.so in November. To emphasize this long and well spent lire, is felt as a Ad thing else to light the spark of statement; I have but to call atten great loss by her devoted children. tion to the fact that Republican In her latter years she oft expressed Mrs. Ada Taylor, who has been liv- civilization is the importation of FOR SALE AT ALL DRU881STS members of the Legislature, elected a desire to visit her childhood home ing in Lexington, for several years, several DemF4 because of their advocacy of the in Adair county, butshe was too feeble will remove to her farm, near Mont-pelie-r, ocratic families. Cunty Unit, voted against it to elect a to attempt the trip. this county, this week. She-anRepublican United States Senator. I She is survived by three sons, Dr. Otis Miss Jesse, will conduct the try Sloan's. Are You Rheumatic? am rather of the opinion that some- Johnston the n OVER 65 YEARS surgeon, farm. The other sons who are in EXPERIENCE time there will be a vote in Kentucky who has charge of St. Mary's Hospi- school at Lexington, will remain there If you want quick and real relief to amend the constitution granting tal. Virgil Johnston, of Little Rock, for the present. from Rheumatism, do what so many the right to prohibit the manufacture Ark., and James Johnston, of Phoenix thousand other people are doing and sale of liquor. It lias been the Arizona, and two daughters, Miss A young man named Kobertson, whenever an attack comes on, bathe history of other States, but there is Exie Johnston, teacher at Emerson who was discharged from the regular sore muscle or joint with Sloan's m neither sense nor reason in injecting School, aud Miss Ida Johnson, also cf army'in Alaska the 15 of March, ar the Liniment. No peed to rub it in just t wmKnmt$zj-Trade Mark this question into the Governor's race, Quincy. Designs rived here April 1st, en route to his apply the Liniment to the surface. absolutely nothfor the Governor has Copyrights &c The grandchildren are the Misses home, in Russell county. He left It is wonderfully penetrating. It goes Anyone seudlng a sketch and description mvj ing to do with the matter in the dis- Catherine, Laura and Elizabeth Johnopinion free whether an Alaska the day he was discharged, right to the seat of trouble and draws quickly ascertain our pnleniahle. Ciininiunlnu Invention ta probably of the duties of his office. charge ston, and Charles W. and Eugene A. traveling day and night untiL he the pain almost immediately. . Get a ti.)ii3 strictly conQdentiiil. HANUB00K on I'ateuto sent free. Oldest aaency for securing adieu's. Johnston, of Quincy, Mrs BEST "WITH LEGISLATUKE. John reached this place. He l'.itiMits taken tnroucli Jluim & Co. itxxtva bottle of Sloan's ' Misses Alice and Margaret of Alaska where he was said the part any druggist andLinimentinfor 23c. of rptcial notice, without charge, lu the A constitutional amendment does Bowles, stationed, the have it the house and John Waller and weather was not much colder than against Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints i not have to be signed by the Governor Johnston, cirweekly. of Chicago. here- He said there was snow all the Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. A handsomely Illustrated Journal. I'oron. JJ a t to be submitted to the people. It is Leonard L. Johnston, any sctentlflc surving brothers and sisters are; winter, and that the soldiers shoveled Your money back if not satisfied, bat culation of months, $1. Sold by all neKnilealer. year: fonr .a matter entirely with the Legisl- The York & Co.384BrM"a'-Neof the time in order to be em it does give almost instant relief . At MM vmca, ature, and if the friends of prohibition Silas H. White, of Owens, Texas, who 625 P Bt,. Wasilxutwi. D. G. Tlraui n 84 years old, Frank White of Nei- - ployed. insist on making this fight, at this is Ad Paull Drug Co. Camp-bellsvill- e, sonville, Mo., who is 81 years old, Mrs. Nannie Hodgkinson, of Whitesboro. Texas, and Mrs. Henry H. Allen of Sterling City Texas. Mrs. Johnston's funeral took place from her home, No., 2026 Grove Avenue, Thursday March 25th, at 2:30 p. The careful mother, who watches m., Rev. W. D. Endres, of the First 'osely the physical peculiarities of her Christian Church, having charge of ilctren, will soon discover that the ost important thing- in connection with the service. child's constant good health is to keep The remains were buried in Woodte bowels regularly open. Sluggish land cemetery, where her husband and owels will be followed by loss of appe-itrestlessness during sleep, irritadeparted children are buried. bility and a dozen and one similar evidences of physical disorder. We are glad to report that Mr. G. At the first sign of such disorder give the child a teaspoonful of Dr. C 'veil's F. Jones, Jamettown, is regaining his Svrup Pepsin at night on retirtnand health. He recently returned from repeat the dose the following niht if Louisville, where he received special necessary more than that will scarcely be will find child treatment, and the indications now willneeded. You accustomedthat thespirits recover its good point to his receovery. This infor- at once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy is a mation was obtained from Mr. Her- over salts, cathartics,vast improvement laxative waters bert Barger, who was in Louisville and similar things, which are altogether with Mr. Jones. e. Bowels are Basis of Child Health with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with them, as with thousands of others, there is no substitute for this grand laxative. It is really more than a laxative, for it contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels so that after a brief use of It all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do Its own work. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this 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 simplv addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St. Montlcello. III. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. Mrs. Carrie McDonald. 103G Trigs Ave.. Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Griffith. Veechdale. Ky.. are always supplied too powerful for a child. The homes of WELL DRILLER J. accom-,plishe- d, s ap-gpe- it $1.35 serai-monthl- y, To-day- 's e x ticket e be-cau- se a ur e e, 1 m Cardui y&9mmkr thousand d well-know- scientific nmmn rsi - it-mo- -- j "ter THE Nell. rfvjtr-,i-tiwv(Bam-- ADAIR-COUNT- NEWS Mrs. Chess Bell, spent last w , Birdseve view ot our Plant - ii f - .J week with, lier mother, who is sick, Mrs. Filmore Kinnird. Tom Combs has been visiting his father and mother at Tomp-kinsvill- e. We orangized Sunday school here last Sunday evening. Will begin the 1st Sunday in April. Mrs. Mary Bell is visiting her son Jim at Stony Point. Zach Bardin visited his sister last Saturday night Mrs.R.H. Kinnaird. The farmers are plowing making preparation for a crop. Several have planted gardens "Largest in Dixie" This is the "Thornhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated of master workmen here. Mrs. A. C. Pulliam has been suffering with rheumatism. A. C. Pulliam sold one work mule awhile back for $135. Paul Kinnaird and Mrs. Fil- j more Kinnaird,of Red Lick, have been very bad sick. Dirlgo. Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc' Write for our Catalog) t BLACK PRINCE CIGAR The Easter Sunday Smoke Despite the fact that the almanacs are proclaiming Spring, winter continues to stay with us. J. M. Campbell is still on the sick list. A. D. Stotts and family are visiting relatives at Amanda-vill- e this week. Mr. Marshall, of the Louisville Coffee Co., called upon our merchants Ipst Friday. Several of the younger men of this section have recently joined the Gradyville Camp of Modern Woodmen and now visit that thriving little city in a body twice per month. I was certainly glad , to learn that our friend. Wilmore, had been appointed postmaster at Gradyville. It has been a long time since the Democrats had a chance to sell stamps and as a Democrat was certainly entitled to this office, I think it would have been hard for the Department to have made a better choice. "We Is the cigar. A high grade smoke for special occasions. Always the favorite where men of good taste meet, by which class it is always appreciated. Step in and try one. Then you'll want a box for yourself and your best friends We have also a large variety of other fine domestic and imported cigars in stock at from $2.00 to $3.50 per box. Greensburg Cigar Co. Arvest Hill and wife are visiting relatives in Russell county, this week. W. A. Coffey and M. C. Winfrey, of Columbia, were in our town one day last week. Messrs. 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 vith 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. The "Thornhill" has a malleable front hound plate that is braced to the hounds st all points. - This is an exclusive ".Thornhill" feature. It prevents the the labor gears from ever getting out of line and! causing hard pulling. "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with long sleeve malleable 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, maker-ligh- t draft a certainty. The axles are of toughest nickory 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 service. Come in and see this wagon sold ' under a binding guarantee. gives-better Mej The Thornhill WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. as Wagon is not the lowest priced but the best, and in the end the cheapest. IYLER RED LEAF. EVERYTHING IN Hill and Fisher, hardware men of Louisville, were in our midst one day last week and as usual had a good ROOFING AsphaltJGravel, Rubber, Galvanized trade. well-know- n Sam Mitchell, the Sher iff of our county, was shaking hands with the boys in this section last week. The produce business in our town for the past two or three weeks, has Fancy trotter, will make the been good. Our customers can, at season of 1915 at C. H. Goode's their demand, get cash or goods either. M11HRM and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence do have a pleasant laxative that just what you want it to do. Do Not Gripe Trill thousands of them and we iave never seen a better remedy for th6 lowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. "We sell A Philadelphia thief robbed a sick man of money that had been s given by friends to pay for an Burnside & Burkesville Transportation Company operation. We fear Billy Sunday ( Incorporated ) has left much unfinished business in that stronghold of satan mony was pronounced by Rev. Payne. Packet Steamers: ROWENA and CELINA. Black McQueary is a very large and Republicanism. Tow Boat: ALBANY and Large Fleet of Barges. Jerome B. Napier, one of the oldest bone black jack, with white soldiers, died with old age and in- points, 15i hands high sired by These Boats are fast, of exceptionally light draught, still of the opinion that firmities in our city, on the 1st. His We are having been especially built for the Upper Cumberland Gov. McQueary one of the best now and then, or a remains were interred at Milltown. sassafras tea River, and the only boats having working arrangein Washingments with Railroads at Burnside. Traffic handled sulphur, will E. G. Wethington, of Clementsville, jacks that was ever little molasses and ton county. Dam is' a very large direct from boat to cars. Not subject to wagon transfer. produce a fine phychological was in our midst one day last week jennet, she sired by old Gov. Through Rates and Bills of Lading to all points. Through effect, even if the doctors do not and informed us that they expected Tickets to and from Cincinnati and Louisville. Woods. greatly regard the medicinal val- to begin operation in the timber busiCargo Insurance carried on our packet Boats for the protecness here about the middle of April. Also a new boarding house tion of shippers. ue of these remedies. We will all be glad to hear the sound and feed barn in Roley, can get SCHEDULE: Str. "Rowena" leaves Burnside Saturday 3 p. m. of each weefc of the saws again. for Gafnsboro, Tenn. Returning, arrives, Burnside Wednesday 6 a. m. meals at any time and horses Gradyville. Leave Burnside Wednesday 3 p.m. each week for Celina, Tenn. ReT. A. Diddle, of Adairville, who has well cared for. turning, arrives at Burnside Saturday 6 a.m. Strs. "Celina" and "AlI barn at Roley, at $8.00 to insure The musical entertainment, in our a living colt. Is a beautiful red city last Saturday afternoon, given by bay, 16 hands high, weighs one the Akin string band, was very en- thousand and two hundred joyable. pounds, with large bone and extra Thos. Dowell, one of our best far- heavy muscles, very stylish lookmers and stock men in this section, ing, fine action, extra good disinformed your reporter that he had position. All of these qualities lost one of his best two year old calves are in a remarkable degree transin a mysterious way from his farm. mitted' to his colts. Tyler Red The whereabouts is not known at the Leaf sired by Sunshine, Springpresent to anyone. field, Ky., and he by Red Leaf Mrs. Myrtie Cole, of Weed, is spend- Harrodsburg, Ky., Extended ing a few days with her mother, Mrs. pedigree will be given later. Charlie Sparks, this week. BLACK McQUEARY. The accomplished daughter of Mr. At the same barn and place and Mrs. Lucien Bardin, of the Sparks-viil- e section, was married, last Sun- this great jack will make the sea- day, to L. Reece, of Nell., The cere- son at S8.00 to insure a living colt. , Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 12-116 CO- - Eaat lia'fcei Mreetr Between First and6rook Louisville, Ky. Cumberland River Route j . We have had very cool weather for the past few days. Col. J. K. Coffey, of Columbia, spent a day or so in our city last week assisting our new postmaster in the official duties of the office, starting him off right. The Col. had quite a crowd around him telling them of the by gone events of this section. been here for the past week- winding up his unfinished business, while in conversation with him in regard to the age of horses and mules, he us that in the community where he lived there was a mule that was 48 years of age, still living and in good health. This report was told to himby reliable citizens of his community. ed Albert Bright, Casey Creek, Ky., j bany" subject to demands of traffic. This schedule subject to notice. change--witho- ut G. M. ESTES, G. F. & P. A. A. B. MASSEY, President. Burnside, Kentucky. J. T. Hamilton, of Edmonton, called in to see us one day last week, while passing through. Mr. I Hamilton is in the mercantile business at that place and is having a fine trade. Read Our Liberal Paper Offers .A. ? ' fP "J THE 3ftDNn V-- By eference to our announce- i 7 menu coramn it win do seen urns NWshef Every Wetfitetfay '!- ia Mr. W. T. Price is a candidate 1.V IYTK to . the office of for M. Uair County News Company Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of (Incorporated.) the Republican voters of said CHAS. S. HARRIS. Editor. party, at the August primary. There are but few better clerks Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest f the .City of Columbia and the people of Adair in the State than Mr. Price, and and adjoining counties. v it is said by those who are in a position to know, that he. has not -. as second Entered at the Columbia jt an equal in this judicfa) district. class mkil matter. .. Vr ; He keeps his officeiingood shape SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR and his record book is' 'clean and " . accurately w.riken, 4He prides r ISJPED. APK. 14; 1915 'rt''10ti ' himself upon the record he has close inmade and invites Announcements. spection of his office, '.work. He Complete Line "of Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggie, Field is popular with the attorneys and Seeds and Fertilizer. ' HTOK circuit coukt clekk. ' i takes great pleasure in waiting We are autharized to announce F. A. Strange a upon them when they call at his v candidate for circuit clerk of Adair county', sub office. Let us know what repairs you need at once, so as to save He and his friends beject to the Democratic primary to be held in August. - j. t lieve that he is entitled to be en- time and postage. CLERK. , CIBCUIT COURT dorsed, and he cheerfully sub mits his claim, believing that the We Sire authorized to announce thatW. T. to the office party that honored him to the Price is a candidate for of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said party, position will again give him its at the August primary, , Columbia, jA cji t-Kentucky. ' united support . In u.the mean- FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Uiue, lie piuimaca wan ouuuiu ire .r re "elected he will mz i n ... il. ;l Judge J. C. Crrter, of Monroe County, author- be nominated, anclu.. '!. .J n ' izes us to announce his candidacy for continue to give,ithej office his .P-- . F.TBrt rB - VcrVPf. to the office of Circuit Judge in this the r J i'i J uq'UuC 4., i& J'J subject to the action of the efforts"; , TinrJ ' '"will ever b S? lTaV best nro' v ar5 Fitt Vjst" r Voters, as expressed at the"polls a the li WJ CUi.i iwj.i u'i " 'j.ij reaayxo wait;..upon ., ,.pne patrons, n JU "J M ' 5 .'v coraintf August primary. Vf 'i FOH COMMONWKAtTlS "ATTOI&rEY.S inthe'jmdst courteous manner. ma K?, He'asks trjaCjKiscapdidacy UU lit tj. IJV ij lZlV I'ViU'b '.3V 7VJST i T;i Weare authorized to announce A. A . rsc jj usv j iu. '.? .i:r-tt- "irmij: ;., . ... . ... "moti " . j": m 3 county, a' candidate for re given due andfavorable consider 7 ' I 3ria$ m "r u - - . i Jlr'J' Ha J iz:: tjv : office oi Commonwealth's Attorney election t the .M'Wi ..ev7iiiy--w wyv V rafion, Promising tb see the;! h in thfcthe district subject to the V' ." .kX HB f 0" I.'fc---' . rl, actjimof the Republican voters in said district, yotersjersonally before the priJ iSVJ I T'uJJtcvma'i. 3; : .B im."'B as expressed at the primary to 1& held the first s . j j. M'W 9 a a coc- m,-, jm Saturday in August, 1915., mary; and face to ..face present i i.Tfr.r :i !'. FOR THE STATE SENATE. His claims for endorsement. GOUIITT "'t" - ' o , . - HtflS j " fr re-electi- on 0t4 - t . - 9VVV999VV9v ..ft 'I'.w ?- Corn: Drills? Yes; ..- Black Hawk, Campbell and Superior. r ; 'Poet-offic- e rt - Cultivators: I i t- x Genuine Brown, Buckeye adBrinley Le veriest3 ftpth.Riding andWalking. ? ,i a-- s X ! The Jeffries Hardware Store, m i . Twenty-ninthjjjstrl- ct, Repub-liea-n .'r I :. runnnnaaaDa i-- y-- vi V i- F- a -- ' . . JL -- ? fT- -- . i- .7 c S nd bar. vi .ArU i- - 0O4h04 -- t cw ;r.J5 I I 4 - r. . ..-, Twenty-nint- a-.-k'4r- v. -- - -- aj sLryr s"m.MM.m n We are authorized to announce D. E. Hatcher, of Barren cotnty, a candidate for the State Senate, subject to the ' Democratic voters at the August primary. The district Is composed of the' connties of.Barren, Metcalfe and Adair. The people of Adair county and especially the citizens of Columbia should concern themselves about thv Dixie Highway which is to run from Chicago to a point We are authorized to announce R. B. Trigg, Last Friday .Gov. of Barreu county, a candidate for the State in Florida. district, subject to the Senate from McCreary appointed Col. Harry action of the Democratic voters In the August composed of Adair, primary. The district is B. Hanger, of Madison county, Barren and Metcalfe. and Col. Claud Mercer, of FOR THE LEGISLATURE. as Commissioners to route. The map shows We are authorized to announce H. C. Baker a. locate the candikate to represent Adair and .' Cumberland two' routes, one leading 'by- Coin the next Legislature, subject to the action of lumbia. It would be a 'great the Republican voters, as expressed at boom for Adaif cqurityif Jhe n ,j the 'line with n road should run-oWe are authorized to announce G. L. a candidate to resresent Adair and Cumplace, , hence the people berland in the nextLegislature, subject to the this action of the Republican voters of the district, should get busy. Such a great as expressed at the August primary. enterprise should not be treated FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. with indifference. Call: a meet-in- g COUNTY. WILLIAM F. and' take steps to make an as Railroad CommissionCandidate for effort forothe road. Kentucky. Subject to the the-19th line of the latest things in dress goods, etc., and cordially invite the public to visit us be fore buying elsewhere. Have a nice line of Carpets, mattings 5. and. furniture. A good stock of Suit Cases and Trunks at . - Jnst from market with a splendid ' - special-prices- .. Be -- Har-dinsbur- g, '"a I stock to select from. ritAs a special inducement, 1 will offer from April 12th, to April "ji 24th, for CASH ONLY, the following. bargains, and many others too numerous to mention: - i". Hope Bleach 7icts.-'- sure ;to get my prices on Shoes and Slippers. Have a large - ',n?s - an C,;rnV?ro.T P.i?c. v ! j j j j 4Jc&up. 'r)4icjXUO $1.00 Hats - $14.00 suits $120OSuitSjJ , 75c & 90c. $12.00. $io.po: $9,00. Apron Checks -- 10c,(DVes5 Ginghams 9-- Perry-ma- 4 1 0-- 4 Brown Sheeting )Bleach Sheeting i:i'ir-- mhy . i ' ?Or rnffp qt Sugar1''-'1- '" .7c. J ST' 22c. '$1.00 Shirts, 50c shirts .u'siiii ! 90c 45c.'5' $1.75. 7 Bars Clean Easy Soap ' 2 bs. Keg Soda 1 t 25c' 5c. 15c. Bqt. TmBnckets 6 Tin Buckets qL Buckets $2.00 Hats$1.50 HaU "s - j 12c - KL41R-FAYETT- E it''n i $1.25."' '2, 3, 4. 8c Re-ele- ct er Second District of action of the Democratic party in the August . Primary. Gov. McCreary stands with Russell County Announcement. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce J. R. McFar-lan- d a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Russell county, eubject to the action of the Republican voters of said connty as expressed at the August primary. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce Lee A. Lawto the office of less a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of the County of Russell, snbject to the action of the Republican voters of said county, as expressed at the August primary. the Louisville business men, upholding their protest against the arbitrary action of Chattanooga men in selecting a route in Tennessee for the Dixie Highway. KentucKvCounties Will Receive $13,-164 Each From State Aid Fund. Frankfort. Ky., April 8. Ev- Secretary McAddo, in a telegram to the Westhester, New York, Democratic club, defends President Wilson's administration, stating that his policy had prevented a financial panic, and that our country, was at peace without the sacrifice of honor. In the city election, 111., Chicago, the Republicans elected a Mayor and all other municipal """ officers. ery county in Kentucky which has applied for State aid in y roads building its will get $13,164 as its maximum, which is 2 per cent, of the road fund, the largest amount any one county may draw in one year. These figures were published by Robert C. Terrill, Commissioner of Roads, on the basis of figures furnished by State Auditor, H. M. Bosworth. The total road fund will be $658, 220, available out of this year's revenues, which includes $109,760,12 now to the credit of the road fund frem the automobile clepartraeit. inter-count- Commissioner Terrell is estimating the amount each county will draw from the fund this year. The State will put dollar for dollar with the counties 'for actual road construction under the State supervision up to 2 per cent, of the total road fund each year. This provision . was inserted in the law so that no large and rich, county . could" appropri-at- e a big road fund and get the bulk of the State aid. $$N$$3 MACHINE SUPPLIES, Sewing Machine Needles for any make or Style of Machine. g 2 I?C The Best Nickle Plated, and Guaranteed Perfect Point. Price 2 for p f ' t 5c 5 for 10c Be sure to bring sample and name of Machine. Machine Bobbins 5c. Machine Belts, 1 0c Machine Oil, best, 10c . Rubbers for Bobbin Winbers 0c Machine Shuttles, to order, only 75 c 1 jK ' . ' . . It is reported that the 'nations now at war have lost 5,950,000 TALKING MACHINE Clix Talking Machine $ 0.00. 1 men in the first eight months of the conflict, and spent $8,400,-00- 0 in the first six months. It is said that a few more months will exhaust the reserves of men, and. the country which will suf-the least will be Russia, Hornless Style. Clix Double Face Records 65 c each. - Clix Talking Machine Needles 5c per .1 1 00. 40c per 1,000. Murray Ball, Columbia Rw 'D0C3.iC i.-i-j ";,1 iM b. 4 - " YZ7T to z. IWWIlPi - w Lex-ington.w- as alijIfttBriersf the church, except the youngest, wtio is only 4 years old. During the time he was a widower, he became a candidate for the ministry under the care of the Cumberland married Mr. W. A. Moss. They are HUNDREDS RUSH TO GET TANLAC For the season of 1915 I will offer for public service Mr. TPillia'm A. Oarpentpr of Presbytery, ;and attended Cumber-- ) last land University, at Lebanon. .Tenn.,, Cooper Besieged With Callers about two years, but for reasons sat' Who Want Famous Attorney M. E. Tarter, Campbells- isfactory to himself, he asked to be ville, was here last Friday. discontinued, as. a candidate, but nev-- , Medicine: Mr. W. E. Faulkenburg, of James- er for once did he lose interest in the salvation of sinners. town, was here last Wednesday. He was always greatly interested in Mr. Mark Holladay was quite ill the uplift of humanity, and the welLouisville, April 14. Hundreds are several days of last week. fare of the church. The chapel that now calling almost daily to meet L. Mr. pari Thorp, nephew of Mrs. 'he built will stand as a momiimentof T. Cooper, the noted visitor, and to. Lou Atkins, is visiting in Columbia.1 hisihterestrlnliis community and the find'out Just how his famous medHis home is in Birmingham, Ala. general public. He and his wife and icine, Tanlac, is sold, how it is preMrs. E; F. Mulling, who jjbeeh; cajfew oer jVf orkers decided- - to , have pared ancfc what the preparation ac' quite sick for several days, is improv- a sunoay scnooi ana id nas oeen an tually looks like. .evergreen school from its organization v. In commenting upon the rush to ing "v He was' an Interesting meet Mr. uooper anu ootam nis celMrs. Geo. Staples is in the' market nhtirto-da'y- . this week purchasing her midsummer worker for the young people of his ebrated medicine, the manager of the store, said: community as well as for the passerby Taylor-Isaac- s millinery. "The uccess of the opening of the who fell under his influence. Mr.,G.'B. Cheatham,! of MiHtowcis exceeded A few days before his death, an old' introductory sale a victim of rheumatism and is con- man inquired about his. health and. our expectation. We have been agreefined to his bed. said, "He has done more forvme ttian ably surprised by the knowledge the n in- any one in the whole country." An- public seems to have of the preparaMrWm. Francis, surance man, of Campbellsville, was other said, "He has been a father to tion. While many came just to meet here last Thursday. -Mr.. Cooper and see what the medicine me." Such .tokens are greater ' really looked like, equally as many than marble slabs. Messrs. W. S. Miller and R. G. sanarp, .Bowling Green, were here a As a church member he was always came prepared to obtain the preparaat his post, ready to do his share and tion, These people simply ask for few days ago. Mr. J. T. Gowdy and Mr. B. Hi Gil- even more. As a husband and fath- Tanlac and the facility with which throu-.hgopin, Campbellsville, were in Columbia er he was loving and kind, always do- the medicine was distributed day prove somewhat of a ing his best for the happiness of his the last Thursday. home, and the mental and spiritual revelation to many of our older men." Mr; J. P. Beard, wife and son, John, training, of his. children. riL,ongri will Mr. Cooper said. "I am, indeed, wentfto Louisville the middle of last his name live in the hearts7' of his gratified to see such marked enthusk week, Mrs. Beard to consult a specialfriends with whom he has lived and asm, and I feel justified in predicting, ist. on earth. , that Tanlac will prove just as success-labored during his Mr, J. S. Hoyious, whoahas been To his grief.strickexrwife.apd child-- J ful it Louisville as it has in the larger? 7 visiting in fcbe jatern portion ren we would say ' "Weep 'ittYwaiuS ;v -ISa-'na-Ut :..t - f ' i '. Adair, has to the those who have no hope." He is hot overestimating the success-o- the med rturned Hancock Hotel. ... , deajd'butsleepethf-cT-Aiw.icine when I state that I am confident i t C? Sandidge Mrs. Robe. Feese, Cane "Valley, vis- uuau ituui biuee tu uve uiousana peo Mrs B4R Moss visited Friday and Saturday. here last Friday. at Holey Ball Chief 3806, A. S. H. i R At $25.00 to Insure a Living CoH. DE9CRIPTION:-B- all Chief, in color is a rich red chestnut, star and snip, right hind pastern white, 6 years old, 16 hand high, has fine head and beautiful long slender tapering ears, has an extremely ions thin blady neck, that comes oat of his perfectly formed withers in faulUess fashion and tapers perfectly to his beatif ul head in which are set a pair of . large clear expressive eyes. He has a high well set natural tail, which he carries at all times to suit the most fastidious.. He Easa good short back' and a jnost excellent set of feet and '30'1ersXlIeisinieelybnejn-&hdsaited,andgoes'anthesaitsi, - '''t'fVi -- ; a most attractive manner. ., " ' r '!.:! t '. . of-Tanl- ac. well-know- BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery M ' 'Chief l'36t, by Bourbon Chief 976, by HarrisorCChief .Jp06, he . 0 by Clark Chief, lstdam Louise Cabell 5900' by Eed"Squirrel ' 63.v2nddm,JuellaC. by Jewell Denmark 70, he by Washing-to- n Denmark 64 3rd dam Dew Drop, by Artist 75. 4th dam " by CabeD's'Lexineton. He has proven himself a breeder of . '.high-clas- s and ip In every way worthy of your careful con' sideration. '! t ,.,... mom-umen- ts i ut Cabell's Lexington 3234, he by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam Authalia, Thompson J3038, by Ottawa 232, by Red Squirrel 53- - 2nd dam Nellie Ray, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington. 3rd dam Stella Denmark by Caldwell's Denmark. 4th dam Bonnie Brown, by Nat Brown 8L ' Raven Bird is a. beautiful mahogany bay. full 16 hands high. 8 yean old, he has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beau- Raven pird,550 A. S. H. R. By Bd Bird G. I956.he by JoeBrown 195,. he by , so-jou- rn if -- V . T f iteddaiigbter, tyi&jJiafQojifpt&t).,, ujis vpjaue, cue jailer, pare 01 aiuioic, uu is U)iicu iaj week'. Mr. Cooper was asked about thee by Mr. H. A. second page, Miss Moliie Flowers, who spent two Summers, editor of the Elizabeth- - charitable work he intended to permonths at the home&fj Mr. and ' Mis. town News Mr7"Summers is"a very iorm lnouisviner iierepued: "Yes,, WrnVFrancis, Campbe' lsville,s jfiturn. thoughtJulloan aoggJhe is writing in it is trcrthat.I- - havejvxitten the As- -' ed ttfher Grady ville home last nWed- -' theiriteiestpf'the Democratic party. sociateid Charities asking that organ He is an aypwed temperance' advo- izatiori to furnish me,! as oon' as prac' nesday. ' cate, but does not think that the ticable, with the names and addresses R,"jNunnelly, J. Hicks, R. Hicks, R, Murphey, A. Weddle, C. Gompiton, O. State wide question- should be inject- of at least fifty of the .most deservingBarpett, D. Sandidge, C. Myers, Man- ed into politics at this time.' pose to help. .I.'have also' written St. ager, 'make up the Hustonville Base Joseph's Orphan's. ,Hqmq,, offering Boards. Ball Team that played theLindsey-Wilso- n last $'1&&&&&:M auucuuuu w our written i - carries to perfection; He Possesses extreme speed, style and actiori, and. thenost perfect disposition of any stallion I have r.eeenqrhandled. He has five distinct gaits, and goes WiVP .x e:t n aH Tn a mosf attractive 'manner. You will note from his , iid iSttlu bree3dine5thate has for.his sjre.the' famous old Red Bird, who and sale horses as ' ?Q(f .fj(.- j rfcas.perhaps,sired as many flyiv Rtflllion in TCentnekv. and traces on .his dam'n sidp in " . V .3 ft moiiQq t'iGabetfs'ii(exingttonfconeeea3dstiyaH J..hosemen rj bet one. .t .!t.-- .: t i,:. to of ! one.of jRed,-- , w !... .. Raven Bird-iWtsimiUix gjgrtatslresjthaevlived. greatest sons ana nas provea nunseu an excellent oiias r ,," 't- 'breeder, and we h'aVeeveWveason' to believe that, if he is , 4 -. . .,,- -i J ' . VI ?.'. ii,f..-- , ..rivenaiioppan.Hnicy.iic wjiiiiuqa-epuiauan-equa- to inat gm l." iui.n.:r ,i., 4 j.. of his worthy sire... Service fee $10.00 to insure; a Jiving cob--f . " . w s ",: - rft: tiful head and neck, a vey well set tail, which he at all times " t" ..t -... j . -). . 11: - - am prepared iu lane car ox niaics sent iu me irom a distance. Mares pastured "at 'ten bents per day .or fed at SIO. per month, i Jri all cisas trioTejHs clue and must be paid when mares are bred to others.tock, traded, parted with or removed from neighborhood. All stock will receive our personal attention, and due care will be. taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but' will not be responsible should any occur. .x ; 1 J.;.-- . last Friday.and Saturday. Rev. W. F. Hogard's many friends will legret to learn that he is a great afsufferer at this' time'. He has-aeye that is giving fliction in his right him much pain day and night. It is hoped that relief will soon come. Mf. L. F. Arnett, of Nicholasville, arrived last Wednesday night, to spend a week in Columbia, his wife having preceeded him a few days. They are at the home o'f Mr. . T. Price. Mrs. M. Cravens and her son, Mr. Edwin Cravens, who stent the winter in Louisville, returned to their home in this place, last Wednesday. Every body was glad to see them. Mr. Cravens is in the service, of the govern-- , ment, and will be at home as often 'as business will allow. Xudge Rollin Hurt; who spent ten days with his family ' at home, left Monday, to take up his duties at Frankfort. The spring docket is very large and he expects to do much hard work before the summer vacation. Mrs. G. W. Lowe, who has been in a critica' condition for several weeks, went to Louisville last Wednesday, to consult a specialist. She was accompanied by her uncle, Dr. 2f. M. Hancock, and her aunt Miss Sallie Dam-ron- . 60,000 store. ;n ,i. ill reference to supplying such instituBaled Hay and Baled Straw: 22-, Goff Bros. . tions of your city with Tanlac, as I, consider the preparation a superior tonic in all cases of .convalescence." for Sale.;,, The famous m'ecficjne, Tanlac, can' now be boiighi in? ''Columbia only at" 6 year old'frackf a numbe'r one breed- Page & Taylor's drug' Store. Ad: er and)good ipferformer. .cBlacki with mealy points. r..Vtill sell cheap. l 30.: ...itfnntAfl H. B. Mattingly, 4H c JLJ 'Marion County, Uy. Lebanon, A, Saleman)tJiTorK(e: Apply toE. DS Sinclair Columbia, Ky.v Red Lex. --- .j:-il 3t . certain conttibutions. I shall communicate with' similar institutions Boards, for sale at Casey Jones' within a few days with the view of 22-endorsing their noble efforts by assist-- . ing them in'some substantial way. v v ' In conformity with my usual cus For Sale. torn of encouraging the hospitals, ., 3t A. S. Chewning, : . - Columa, Ky. f ilvl l-: - nannasGpccnSeal a hott of friends among the practical hak J y.n Z4--- i 'I-- ! paint men, If you want to breed to a :first-clas-s horse, call at my barn in the Flat 1, have a limited number Woods, and see one of the best breedof ' ers in Adair county. White Wyandotte eggs for sale. 22-F. W. Bridgewater. My hens are from a Tenn. strairi 4t EGGS JFOfe HATCHING. Fon SALE.-Wh- ite ish eggs; 75c. by a rooster from the famous Faced Black Spanfor 15. Mrs. E. L. Feese Shoemaker pens. The rooster I now have is from the celebrated Columbia, Ky. "Duston" strain, bred to lay. Nat Brown. JF7 HPhn TPicn.n.l These men know it works easily and spreads smoothly and the re- sults it produces pleases home-owne- r. the Prices $1. for 15. Parcel Post 15 cts. extra. W. E. Harris Columbia, Ky., Additional Locals. season Obituary. Mr. T. T. Cloyd, son of T. J. and Mary Cloyd, was born at Cloyd's LandCo., Ky., May 2, ing, Cumberland 21-t- at my barn, three miles South The April' number of the Review of of Columbia. Fee $10 to insure a living colt.. I will stand my Jack, Mil- Reviews is of fspecial interest as it many timely articles, writler, at the same place, at $7 to insure contains ten by the best of writers. You get a living colt. J. Press Miller. a better idea of the European war by f coffins, caskets, and robes. Nat Brown will make the present Have it used on your next painting job. Forty-nin- e colors., if- Made to Wear Sold by He professed religion at the age of 14 and joined the Cumberland Presbyterian church near his home. He died at his home' at Red Boiling Spiings, Tenn., March 14, 1915. He was married to Miss Fannie Cornelia Dohoney, of Adair Co., June 12, 1878. To this marriage 3 children were born, 2 of them died infancy, the other, Clarice, now the widow of S. B. WiHiams, of Alabama. His first wife died April 23, 1885. The writer preached her funeral at the burying ground on the home of J. P. Dohoney, where she was laid to rest. His second marriage was to Miss Maggie J. Wilmoi daughtef ;J. H. and Bettie J. Wilmore, Jan. .17, 1893. The writer said the ceremony. To this uniorii4draaf43re.born, all of 1857. (KarHvW'oea-Cbrnel- , keep on hands a full stock of I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or day. i Residence Phone 29, office phone 98. , Trving Place, New York, N. Y. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, . . Ad Columbia. Ky. Mr. T. O. Faulkner and Mr. A. H. Ballard, last week, surveyed a route For Sale Pare Breed Barred Ply- for the pike from here to Montpelier. mouth Rock eggs, 50 cents per setting. They left the old road in many places, and'secured a 5 per cent, grade, and Pope and Pope Strain. shortened the distance from one-haW. D. Marrah, Elkhorn, Ky. to three quarters of a mile. The Fis.Since our last report the Adair cal Court will go over the line marked County Court Clerk has issued marri- out in a few days with the view of age licenses to the following couples: securing the right of way, etc. - t W. E. Eubank and Annie Heynolds; B. Y. Hovious and ; Myrtle Parkins; The day has come when a merchant Allen Stephens.andLulaKeeae: can sell butfew goods unless he 'lets the people knew his bargains. ... lf I reading this magazine, as the, articles are impartially written. War scenes are illustrated, and records of other events are given in an understanding Every thoughtful, man manner. should subscribe for this periodical. Address The Review of Reviews, 30 Jeffries Hardware Store Columbia Kjrt Pnnrh wacs in sptnainn ixvo ) Mr. P. IS". Sherrill, who lives in tne days of last week, and a great many Absher neighborhood, says that fishclaims were allowed, and other im- ing is fine in Green river; that on lasV portant business put to record. Thursday, with hook and line, ht caught nine fine bass oufc the Blu&. Farmers of Adair county were busy hole. last week, getting in their crops. A good rain at this time would be gladSheriff S. H. Mitchell and his depur. ly received. are now busy riding, ties getting reacly - Wetu i- - May term of circuit court.. Mr. J. F. Neat expects to close a for the contract for the bunding of his resiMr. Hooter Robertson, who- lives .1 dence in a few days. It is to be erected on. the lot he recently purchased the Absher seefcioh, is a viQtimjbf of Mrs. Malissa Christie,- - this side of dropsy, and. for several-- . w wis. has' been in a critical conditlGet. the fair grounds. . , THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Hatcher. C. W. Wright was operated and the prospects for that weed G. T. Abner gave a splendid i. upon at an infirmary in Louisville this week for lock bowels. The operation proved a success, and his large circle of friends feel encouraged to know that he can be with them again. Mr. teacher and is universally liked. Wright is respected by every one W. S. Griffin sold a five year because he has done so many mule to Robert R. Ramsey for What Is the Best Remedy For' Constipation? acts'of kindness to the people in $100. This is a Question asked us many times general. Mr. R. C. Buchanan is attending each day. The answer la We have another candidate for Presbytery at Hus tonville. He We guarantee them to be satisfactory the legislature, in the person of will represent Bethel church. The biggest automobile value o you. Sold only by us, 10 cents., Mr. Daniel T. Williams, Greens-burEld. W. G. Montgomery is conPaull Drug Co. ever offered for less than $1000 His grandfather repre- ducting an interesting series of She Steeps Well. sented this district quite a num- meetings at the Christian church A powerful) fast, full grown, ber of years ago. He is a pro- Campbellsville. A great deal of really beautiful and fully nounced Democrat and well qual- interest is being manifested and equipped automobile; a car with The Jbrankfort Courier pays', ified to hold the office to which a number have united with the the following tribute to Mrs. a real high tension magneto, sliding gear transmission, left hand drive he aspires. He is a fluent speak church. The membership has Nell: center control, anti-ski- d tires on. er and can answer all attacks of about decided to build a large After an illness of several rear. the opposition. house for worship. The present months Mrs. Amanda W. Nell With electric starter and electric lights $55 extra. Mr. Josh Hall, Spurlington, building cannot accommodate died at midnight Friday. She A car that has practically every high They have a was a most excellent Christian has announced as a Republican the attendance. priced feature of high priced cars. candidate to the legislature. He beautiful location and a modern woman,, a devoted mother and a was a Bull Mooser until recently. edifice will be a desired addition. gentle and affectionate friend. Holds the road at 50 miles an hour. His return to his first love may. Ernest Rogers sold a team of She was a native of Metcalfe countv, and the widow of Dr. E. be on account of the head chief aged mules for $275. M. Nell, of Adair county, who being in a state of "inocuous W. F. Campbell, one of our twice represented his Senatorial deseutude." The G. 0. P. elefarmers, is going to District in the Legislature of phant may not be so susceptible Soudan grass this spring. Kentucky, and during the adto the foot and mouth disease as sow by the U. S. ministration of Gov. W. 0. Bradthe Bull Moose. We hope that It is recommended government and all of the ex- ley, was appointed warden of the Democratic prosperity will not periment station. Its feeding Kentucky Penitentiary, dying cause s u c h a useful animal to qualities are superior to timothy during the incumbency thereof. become extinct. hay. It is a drouth resisting Mrs. Nell came to this city with Quite a number of our boys plant. her husband to reside in 1896, who are yet in their teens, can Mr. William Sallee, who has and has since made this her be found upon the streets of dangerously sick for two home. She was the mother of Campbellsville, Saturday even- been CO., making any Mrs. James S. Darnell, Misses CfCORPORATED ings and after night. It would months, is not CAXHI3ELLL.VILXiJ3. KEXTCCXV. progress towards recovery. His Pearl, Mary and Ann Nell, and Distributors for Taylor. Green and Adair Counties. be well enough for the parents been very kind Mr. E. Gilliam Nell, of this 'city, to investigate and find out their neighbors have and Mrs. Warren T. Stone, of troubles. BMMIUMOT1 loafing. If to him in his footsteps while Leitchfield. She is also survived Mr. William Abner, wife and some steps are not taken to eno by three other daughters of her New Market, were till then she was a remarkable relative, friend and Christian to deavor them to stay at home, daughter, of husband by a former marriage, woman' in many ways and was the "city of the with Gilbert Abner, of this place, dead." there will be a number of is a to whom she was a mother affec- known as a most cheerful giver Mrs. Burton leaves behind her to break the peace of last Sunday. Mr. Abner tionate and true, viz: Mrs. F. to the needy, doinp untold good a record of love and faithfulness people. This is a Ford enthusiast. Martin, of Tallahoma, Tenn., to those unable to help themin the home life, not only her matter of great importance, and Mrs. Elizabeth Willock, aged Mrs. J. G. Eubank and Mrs. Geo. selves. She was a strong pillar family, but numerous friends a strict enforcement of a curfew 86, is sick with pneumonia, at Staples, of Columbia, in aiding her husband in pasto- will cherish the memory of her law will bear good fruits. A the home of her daughter, Mrs. For years she had been a de- ral work, making his burdens deeds of kindness to those who number of the boys do not reach W. W. Warren. She has been Cur- confined to ber room for about voted member of the Methodist lighter and his heart gladder in stood in need of a helping hand. home until the Sabbath. rent reports say that some of three weeks, and little hope of church and the funeral was con- this great Christian work. They To her sorely bereaved husthem indulge in acts not condu her recovery is entertained. She ducted by her pastor, Rev. H. G. having no children have given band and many sad ones, we yesterday many of their loved ones the deeply sympathize. cive to the best interest of them- has something near 90 grand Turner, at 3 o'clock The pall bearers were Messrs. selves. So. parents, you are ad- children according to a state- afternoon at her residence, and benefit of a good education, the remains laid to rest in the which is a living monument to J. D. Moss, J. W. Lyon, J. L. monished to look after this while ment of a grand child. She is city upon the hill. these Christians. She was brave, Russell, Sr., J. H. P. McCaslan. in its infancy. the mother of Jo Willock, of co. under all trials and afflictions and T. A. Tolbert and G. A. Banks. Mr. D. D. Walton died at his coa cola fame. If You Are Nervous Those from a distance who atweight, we recommend, with great Christian fortitude home at Campbellsville, on ApMr. Isaac Tate and wife, who and are losing that you take she has borne the loss ot every tended the burial were Mr. W. ril 1st, after a lingering illness have been at White tlO OliveOil I parent family, H. Yeldell, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. His remains Plains, Florida, since October, of tubercolosis. Emulsion member of her Mrs. Tom Lyon, Ashby King, Mr. and Mrs. E. Attfnitiiflrt fJvVOThaSvhl& save one sister, were taken to Hiseville, Bar- returned Ijome Monday night. for a short time. A prescription which but she has had tne tenderest F. Jay, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. John ren county, for interment. Mr. They enjoyed their stay and we gladly endorse. care and love in the home of her Burris, of Greenwood; Mr. OsPaull Drug Co. of come back greatly benefitted in Walton is a brother-in-laniece, Mrs. Lucretia Mullinax, car Bushnell, Mrs. Floride Bush-ne- ll Mr. Ed Hill. He was a devout health. Death of Mrs. G. H. Burton. Freeland, Augusta; Mr.' Cunaside'from the devotion of many Christian and was reconciled to We have three prosperous Sun nieces and nephews. iTor 49 ningham and Mi.s3 Sallie Parker, his fate. day Schools in this community. years this venerable couple have Parksville; Mr. and Mrs. J. Ad-gTroy, March 1. (Special) George F. Turner, who is teach- The attendance is. extra good, Brown, of Glenville; Mr. and Scarcely two months have passed lived to share each other's joys Academy, and and there seems to be an awaking at Central since the burial of one of our es- and sorrows, and the separation Mrs. Abe Broadwater of GreenMarshall Cloyd, a student of ening of its people in looking af Mrs. Burton wood. A. McC. n will not be long. teemed residents, and our Central University, spent Eas- ter their spiritual needs. Troy, S. C March 22nd, 1915. people had hardly arisen was in her 72nd year and was ter with their families. Leslie Miller, who is attending from the apathy of shock occa born and reared near Bethany Whenever you hear a young J. W. Ledbetter, an Indiana University, Columbus, sioned by one loved friend, when Church, where on Sabbath after girl on the streets alluded to as a soldier, has been seri- Ind., spent Easter at home. He another came Saturday morning, noon she was tenderly laid by you may know tifat ously sick for several days. He finishes this year. He graduat- sorrowfully saying Mrs. Sallie many who were near and dear "chicken," and mother have is better and his early recovery ed at the Bowling Green normal Burton, the beloved and affec to her, and where she was a life some father been neglecting their duty. is expected. of long and zealous member. The two years ago. If madame Ru tionate wife and help-mewas conducted by The farmers of the upland mor reports correctly, he may Rev. G. Si. Burton, one of our burial service Yes Many Johnson. The floral farms in this section, are nearly become a benedict about (the eldest and esteemed residents, Rev. 0. E. kave told va the same story distreM alter eating, gases, heartburn. A .( through breaking ground. Wheat time the June roses appear. He had been called into "That beau- tributes were many and beautiDyspepsia. coming oats and grasses are not looking is a model young man and pos- ty of holiness," by One who nev- ful, numbers of them Tablet from the florists in Augusta. A well. The constant freezing has sesses enough of .the world's er errs." before and after each meal will relfcr .2KI mrj w MV nv Mrs. Burton has been in fail--' great assemblage of relatives and JUIta 9nM mlIJ Kv lro9'V goods to provide a comfortable made all vegetation late. Paull Drug Co. ing health for several years, but friends followed this dear wife, plants have not come up home. 1 talk to the young people of Beth ' ;;icrf v Mr. James Hays, of Ozark, ellast Sunday, on 'character Adair county, is teaching a very building. J. H. Pike holds the record as interesting school on Meadow Creek. His attendance has been a teacher. He has taught 28 good, and the schools in the same district and exceptionaly progress of the pupils is satis- bids fair to teach others, if spared the time. He is a practical factory to the patrons. ispteryflattenn (V., JfcCaxw&ll u)I915 JWotiel "r $695 17ij6ii)Teatures g. i ! up-to-da- te BUCHANAST5 LYON incor-rigibl- es law-abidi- ng so-journ- w er grief-stricke- I et '' People; To-jwc- co mrK.it I r-- THE ADAm COUNTY-NEWf- f Sewellton. Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, Black-Draught," liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Clarence Blankenship, who has been sick for some time, is no better. L. W. Carnes bought Mr. Lee Carnes' farm, near little Indian creek, and moved to it. Mrs. Frank Blankenship is no better. Dan Smith, son and daughter of Mill Spring, who have been visiting their relatives near here have returned home. W. BUck-DraugH- T in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a'safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. Eor Price 25 cents. sale-everywher- e. U-6- 3 M.Ballingerwent to Creels-bor- o iness trip to Gradyville one day last week. Born to the wife of Mrs. Allen Dr. Kemp a son, mother and child DENTIST doing well. OVER PAXJT.T. DRUG CO. Aunt Lizzie Kemp is still on Columbia, Ky. the sick list. OFFICE PB.OSTM Mr. C. W. Keltner made a bus- RBS PHONE SO. iness trip Columbia, last Wednesday. HENRY W. DEPP, Born to the wife of Rev. Payne a son. DENTIST The farmers of this community Am permanently located in Co are plowing and prebaring their lumbia. land for their crops. Miss Ina Coffey AH James Triplett J 5 JJ a 4 J and Misses ness. Charity and Elsie Delk were visMisses Martha Beck, Nancy iting at W. S. Pickett's this Warner and Verna Loy visited week. Miss China Carnes last Sunday. Some gardening has been done Rev- - C. C. Lloyd preached at in this community. Freedom, Sunday. Mrs. Cordelia Vire visited Mrs. Hiram Oaks had a birthday Martha Parnell this week. the 24th, and a nice time reported. Bill one day last week on busi- Classes of Den ha work done. Crow 1 Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store J. B. Stone J. H. Stone Cook, of Tennessee, is Special Notice Greensburg, Ky. ! visiting his uncle, near Rowena, Carlo Carnes has moved to his new home near Clif ty creek. Ah! The Invigorating Whiff of the Pine Woodson Lewis Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick Forest. and head of its mucous ailments. It is thi spirit of Newness and Vigor from the health-givin- g Pine-Tar-Hone- How it clears the throat Splendid for Rheumatism. "I think Chamberlain's Liniment is just splendid for rheumatism," writes Mrs. Dunburgh, Eldridge N. Y. "It has been used hy myself and other members of my family time and time again during the past six years and has always given the best of satisfaction." The quick relief from pain which Chamberlain's Liniment affords is alone worth times the cost For sale cy Paull Drug Co. Ad. Stone & Attonev-At-La- w Stone, m i Will pra&ice this - and adjoining counties. Jamstown, .: Kentucky Li. H. JOflES Surgeon Vttinaty Japan may be doing wrong in and Dentlut Piney Forests brought China, but we do not see where back by Dr. Bell's ears experience. Special attention Antiseptic and healing. Buy a bottle the white nations have any kick. given to Surgical and Dental work. At Paull Drug Co., 25c. If ttiey haven't robbed China to Office at residence near Graded School Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. a farewell, we are no judge of building:. Ad. corned beef and cabbage. PHONE NO. 7N y. to-da- y. Inroad. and satisfactory fence. NOTE THE PRICE. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c " ' 7 8 8 E. W. Cofer is on the sick list " " 9 ' 6 " " 39 this week. " 9 " 9 " " 39 Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Ingram are " " 20c on the sick list. Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. S. T. Cofer, wife and children spent last Sunday with Mrs. Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods Cofer's mother. subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as Owsley Brockham visited at E. W. Cofer's last Sunday. to Quality and Price. Mr. W. H. Bloyd made a flyS. T. Cofer, wife and children A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhill ing trip to Columbia last Wedvisited at P. H. Cofer's one day nesday. Wagons. 'Satisfaction, or your money back." last week. W. E. Morgan, of Amanda-villMiss Mayme Davis, George Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Clothpassed here one day last Feese and Bingham Russell were week en route for Columbia. guests of Miss Annie Feese last ing, both at old prices. Born, to the wife of Ed Mel- Saturday and Sunday. son, March 21, a son. W. A Feese is on the sick We have not taken the War in Europe as an list, this week. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. W. L. Farris and son, Johnnie, Excuse to ask Advance on Anything From a small beginning the sale and were in Russell county, last week, this remedy has extended to j Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. use of of the United States and all after a car load of hogs. parts to many foreign countries. When you Perry Sulner, wife and little have need of such, a medicine give Lime for this month, only 90c. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial daughter, spent last Sunday and you will understand why it has with Mrs. Sulner's parents. become so popular for coughs, colds E. W. Cofer and wife are unand croup. For sale, by Paull Drug C. D. Co. Ad. easy about their son, Eugene VETERINARY SURGEON Cofer. They have not heard xxxr Pyrus. from him for two months. The Land Owners Attention. ssew last heard from him he was in The Cooksey boys, of MetIllinois. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do feflfc& calfe, county, have moved their saw mill to this community, your Surveying correctly. Should not Peel Discouraged. where they have a large set of So many people troubled with indi' He has thirty-thre- e years gestion and constipation have been logs to saw on the Dean land. benefitted by taking Chamberlain's experience. Charges rea- Special Attnetin to Eyes Mr. Clyde Crenshaw, our dep- Tablets that no one should feel disFlatalo, .SOnable. Phone 74 or Spavin or any ur uty sheriff, was in this commu-nit- y couraged who has not given them a gical work done at iairpriceB. 1 am this week, collecting old trial. They contain no pepsin or othveU fixed to take care of stock, lion write er digestive ferments buc strengthen due when work is done or stock taxes, and stayed over night at removed from stables. to perform enable e, " " " " 6 6 9 " " " " 26 " " 32 32 " " " " " " " " " 18c " 20c " 18c " 22ic An infant child of Luther Turner, was found dead "one morning last week. Mis3 Venie Turner, who has been in poor health for the past two years, is not improving any. Business is dull in this section. Rev. Rowe filled his regular appointment on Melson Ridge last Sunday. Miss Lizzie Morgan spent last Sunday with Miss Annie Bloyd. The Sunday School at Hopewell is progressing nicely under the management of Prof. R. T. Hadley. requires a food tonic that will rapidly build up wasted tissue A Convalescent W. T. OTTLEY W a most reliable prescription which we always recommend for that purpose. is WSSSSSS Emulsion containing Hypophosphites Paul! Drug Co. t&waJUL ATTORNBVkT-Uk- COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY' Will Practice in aUtheCourt$ In RollinlHurtV.Olfic Office: Caney l:rk. tesldence Phone-1- B Business Pho el& DR. Office, J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky Notice to the Public General Blacksmithintj Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neaUr done. All kinds of Rubber Tire3 put on. Specia attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot PHONE NO. J 73 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky. Casey Creek. Mrs. G. W. Chelf is very ill. Mr. J. L. Beard sold to James Cloyd a car load of hogs. Eat what; you want and not be troubled with indigestion if you will take a Surveying Crenshaw You Can Enjoy Life - before and after each meal. Sold only by us 25c a box. JSS &jaGJL Dyspepsia Tablet Paull Drug Co. M-5P- M9 pl Poll-evi- l, -- T C. Faulkner, wcatwn-nea- Columbia, Ky. '" MMM iei iogies iesiience "MET, W. S. Pickett's. Mr. Allen Rose made a bus Now that the big meetin' in Philadelphia has closed, may be indulge the hope that the people there who have financed it so magnificently will give a little attention to the needs of 200,000 vit the stomach and its functions naturally. For sale by men there who are out of Paull Drug Co. Ad. t '- - "" r, KrJS. t s- - r-ei .e ?" feiHw.t "cr"vlS'i. .. ; . " 'rif"3 fvl j i" . -- ;. VI . Jr-i 4 '5t if ' .. ' ' 'V ; M' xr;f V .311 8 A- ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS towcsX Roads. Misses Eva'and Elva Murrell (Mga. 1 DEVELOPMENTS IN WAR SITUATION, 'Russian troops are pushing forward rapidly in thelCarpathians, and it is reported from Petrograd that the road to the plains of Hungary now lies open before tfchem. According to this information the Russians have East of Lupkow. Pass, and havedriven a wedge between the Western and Eastern wings of the Austrian army in the Beskids, placing the Eastern wing in a precarious position. Both the French and German official statements show that the mew battle in the region between he Meuse and the Moselle ha3 --developed into a struggle of severity. The Jaris announcement says that the gains anade heretofore by the Allies have been mainteined in the face violent counter attacks, in which the Germans suffered -- enormous losses. The German account of this sighting mentions French attacks ?at eight points and asserts that sail were repulsed. The Berlin says that the losses of the French' were very heavy;1" " It is announced officially-a- t Cairo that a small Turkish force aflfcill in the vicinity of the Suez canal. A skirmish occurred near sJihe 'aanalyesterda'y, with no cas ezalfcies on either side. It is said sthat there are no large bodies of "TTurks in that vicinity. Although she has concentrated Iher army along the Austrian order and her navy within .jsttrikkig distance of the Adriacic, fltaly is still endeavoring to exhaust every means which may (lead to a peaceful settlement' with Austria of the question of territorial concessions. Advices rom Rome indicate that- ev4n capt-.uredSmoln- ik, -- so par-ticul- ar s should Italy become embrolledih tthe war sheywill not- - strike "f or ?A'Wfmn ffillf f.ee'lli:b;e, v30me time.- It 3s tfelieyed'in ?ted soinethaeede. a,?JiUle Rome that thedecisivev struggle help,rThgy jgotit,a .,. k Burt9n fnji dughr among the! riatioris now- - at'war ? ajod c,hildrn twill not begin before .'Summer, which "would allow' IK were down Easier Sunday on a ?aly a considerable interval in visit here, at Oliver .rladleys. fn. vwhicfe to decide upon her policy. Groyer: Lapsley isjtad sick at The Austrian correspondent of this writing.f Mrs.-zDic-- were visiting in the Gadberry John Turner and wife went to neighborhood last week. New Albany, to spend Easter Miss Opal Garnett, who is Sunday, with his son-ilaw Jim in school school at L. W. T. S., Antleand children. visited her parents, last SaturOld aunt Mary Ann Kearns day and Sunday, accompanied by died last Saturday, after along Misses Alyce Cann and Marjorie sickness. She' was buried Eas- Buster. ter Sunday in the old family Miss Mary Young left last grave yard in the presence of a Monday, for Bosworth, Mo., very large crowd. Brothers Per- where she will be at the bedkins and Collins preached her side of her brother, Ores Young, funeral. She had been a mem- who is very ill with typhoid fever. ber of the Baptist church at Old Miss Mattie Garnett, who has Liberty for many years. been attending school at Wilwork this liamsburg, has returned home. The farmers are at week getting ready to plant corn. Mr. Howard Garner, of L. W. John, Campbell,, of Creelsboro, T. S . was the pleasant guest of passed here this week with a Robert Willis last Saturday and good drove of stock cattle for Sunday. the Blue Grass market. Mr. C. A. Murrell has just On March 24th, the children completed the recovering of the and grand children gave H. K. Zion church. Oaks a birthday dinner, being Miss Katie Bennett and little his 76 birthday. He belonged to brother, Creel, were visiting at the Co. 1. 5th Ky. Cavalry. He the home of F. G. Willis, last has been deaf for years. ThereJ Saturday night and Sunday. was 38 of . his children, present 4Cane Valley. for dinner. They had a nice, fam-il- O: reunion and, a, good time. c d Foree 'home Easter; .Sunday wa raypth birthday .j . There - w.ere rabout fromjLouisville last Wednesday. 150 of mjr neighbors, friends who He states. that his- wife stood the baskets. operations jfor ' appendicitis as came in withrWeli-fille- d The .table was set in the orchard. well as could: be expected; j was 40 feet long. There was ,.:Massie:&.7Bennett. received a It not.enoughoom.for the victuals nieevbunch of hogs here last The finest birthday dinner I ever Thursday paying 6cts for them. saw. There were 20 cakes on the ' a nice Jersey table as nice as could be .made. milch cow. to Finis, Cundiff for After every one ate to their full .$75.00, Prof. Robert Antle made us such a good speech. Now, don't talk E.' C.:'Page left last --Thursday about me not being thankful with ' his' wife for Louisville, for a nice crowd and good din- where Mrs. Page wilbbe placed ner. My pen and tongue are too in a hospital for treatment OwenT'rIe!ndrickson, wife and weak to tell how thankful and and glad I was May God bless little son, of ;Roley, were .pf Claud Edring-to- ij everyone that was on the ground Sundayr herejthat day. I know that some last fSaturay-anny . wife have been visiting their sons near Montpelier. Born, to the wife of T. M. Antle, March 7, seven lb. boy. Luther Carnes, of Sewellton, visited George Higginbottom last Sunday. J. W. Blakey and P. Helm will start for Belle Plains Kansas, in a few days, to make his future home. Misses Opal Blakey and Alma Pierce visited Miss Pearl Antle territory under his jurisdiction, for the purpose of ascertaining the existlast Sunday. ence of conditions detrimental to the Little Bessie Loy is visiting public health, including in such survey, swamp lands, stagnant pools, imher grandfather, G. W. Blake y, perfect drainage, the construction, ventilation and drainage of public this week. buildings, school houses, prisons, hos- it can be loweredfrom the top, and as the air cannot .pass through th window, and out through the same passway; becomes utterly unfit purposes. The windows of our school houses reach but little over half way to the ceiling, and the upper sash is fixed so that it cannot be lowered. I met with the educational board, and suggested to them how I thought the school rooms should be ventilated, but they seemed to pay no attention to my suggestions,, and went ahead letting out contracts for the building of more new houses without adopting any of my suggestions, and notwithstanding the fact that the law says plainly that the health officer shall, upon requestor the State Board of Health make a sanitary survey 6t the for-breath- ing' Luther Helm is very pitals etc. One of the things which I recommended was the placing of tin sick at this writing. ventilators along each side immediateCharlie Bob Shearer gave a ly under the ceiling, so that the foul air when ceiling can good talk at Fairview la3t Sat- pass out -- it reaches the through these ventilators, urday night. and bother the children no more. I Mrs. HEALTH OFFICER'S COLUMN. BY U. L. TAYLOR. 'Hdod-reurne- .- - -- .- - visit-ing-;therfam- ily cAudras Dillingham and herxgrandmothenC&oleyof ? Ab? .rjVIisa sheriwerepshoppingshereq last Wednesday.ijfs pzz o'zcjilr ReVi' the-ear- ly ter-aao,fiu- OscaCapawandam? ily, who have'been living in Co lumbia the' past 5rinter, returned to their home here last Wednes- - n-i- ? -- Newspaper telegraphs 'that he "has reliable information that there is a basis for the re- ports that Austria 'is seeking i$eace with the Triple- - Entente 'Powers, the better to deal with negotiations, iltaly. f&e says, have been, begun...' The losses of men during the Srat six months of the war are Estimated by the military expert ssf? a Rome newspaper at 5,950,--00The c&st of the war in that 000. period is Gen. au,r of the French1 army, .wlio has reached Naples on his n way .from Petrogracf and,the capitals, corroborated the reports that the Allies are preparing for a combined land and ea attack on the Dardanelles. (When this attack is made, the General says, the Turkish forti- rficgtions must'fall: Austrian aviators dropped , seven bombs yesterday on Pod- ..gprjtza, Montenegro.. A that twelve ind children were- killed forty-eig-ht other persons :m4l. Juried. -- day. . a'TCurin Joppa. Will Murrell, who spent the winter here with his brother, I. We are certainly Jglad to see V. Murrell, returned to his home this pretty weather, and farmers in Dayton Ohio, last week. are making good use of Mrs.- it.' Mrs. T. I. 'Smith and Mrs. W.-HWils- Semi-offici- al i -- -- 0. " placed-at"$;400,;00- -- Bal-)ka- - Cet'tin-le'dispatcnssi- yk win - were in Louisville and her home with her daughter, Cincinnati last week, buying millinery- goods. Mrs. Smith is Mrs. Minnie Miller, of is visiting her son, assisted by Mrs. McAllister and F. G. Willis, and other relatives Mrs. Wilson will Jbe assisted by Miss Kate Squires. , of this community. - '; . Mr. SjGr. Banks and Mr.Fos-te- r .Mark Rolladay is very sick at Ingram, whs have this writing r, y.. sic are. improving. (sigce Miss Elva MuVrell is .spending the warm weather. -,. this week with her lister, Mrs! Hon: Harvey Helm writes us W. E. Holladay. ithat he will recommend Mr. J. r Quite a large crowd attended D. Eubank, of Purdy, for the the singing at Zion church, Sun-da- y postoffice at this place. We want afternoon. It is needless to to thank Mr. Helm for his kindsay that the singing was good, ness, Mr. Eubank is a good as it was conducted by Prof. R. Democrat and a nice man and if O. Cabbell and Jpel Darnell.. we could not have a man suitable Everybody went home feeling within our voting precinct for that they were greatly benefit-te- d the place, we are glad to have by being there. him. Mr. Eubank is .. a brother postmaster John Eubank, of Misses Mattie Young and Ju- of Coburg, and a relative of Walker lia Lybd were shopping at Bryant, of Columbia. Wednesday. Cattie- Willis, who makes Camp-bellsvill- e, - . been-seri-ousl- y -- . Gad-.berr- y. very littlfe "understood.' Our ' architects and builders know very Utile about it;, at least if triey'do ,th!ey keep it" Jto "themselves. Abo'u't 200. years agoVWhen theB'rHi'sh were engaged in t'fy in- - tin put do wn ihe Seppy Rebellion in Iddiatthelcity'of( Calcutta was captured by'tlie enemies of the ah'd akl8t of prisoners were taken, and wittrno very large amount of prison room, 146 of them were crowded into a little room 18 feet square, and compelled to remain there all one night, thelittle room had only two small windows, and one .of these was obscured by some improvements going on at the time, and only one small window served for ventilation, and what little fresh air got to the famishing soldiers was immediately appropriated by them. They were given no nutriment or water during the night, and when morning came they were all dead except 23, anu they were taken oiit more dead than alive and by heroic efforts' these few were saved and .restored1" to health. This pia'die "lias always "Been called ' the v George Coffey is offeripg the service of" 'Calcutta!" 'The; bl'ack Jacks- - at the Fair ef two high-clabrutes vi6.im7pr1sbn:e(ii these sofdiers ' htiie ,a 'tfoiif Jdeser ved' and GroaMs". i n1 such; hras always 'received the anathamies of trieworldJ Xud yet'theywere''"prol)-aSl- y ignorant 0 the laws of ''ventila tion, and did nbt'&m to smother these men to ueatii. duo wb pave in una county, and many other' counties in Kentucky, many school houses which are veritable holes, not of Calcutta, but holes of Kentucky where our children ar&sent to school, and the builders of these houses have never been taught the first principles of ventilation, and the parents of these children are as ignorant as the architects and builders, and the teachers and trustees, many of them don't know or don't care, and the trouble is permitted to go on in the same old ruts, and the little children, and the big childCleveland Bay. ren have to bear the brunt of the lack of knowledge of those who are responThis celebrated Stallion will sible . for these conditions. These make the season of 1915 at my school houses like the whited sepul-chebarn, 4i miles south of Columbia of the scriptures, look well on miles west of Gadberry the outside, but within are filled with and unventilated space which the school on Pettits Fork creek, and will children are compelled to breathe over seryejinares at. $7.00 to insure a and over again, until they become laying.' colt. .He has broven to.be-a!goostupid and dull, and become sleepy; breeder.. ," and. get the credit of ..being dull and lazy, when itJis caused by breathing ; jpe"i a dark b'ly '16 hands the same air"6ver and ov'eragain, un- high, heavy built",, good style, has til nature, unable to overcome the; the-bes- t of eyes, .feet- andl.egs poison, puts the children to sleep. Evand in fact a perfect, model in erybody ought to know that when air respect. He is the best is thrown off from the lungs, it is every warm and rises up to give place to anil quietest work horse I fresh oxygen to take its place in the saw, and a fine driver for womlungs. Any frosty morning as you en with perfect safety, so he breathe, you can see the air rising up, needs no further introduction. ' and in our school houses the poisoned Money due when colt is foald-e- d air finding no exit, will stay at the All care ywill be taken to .ceiling until it cools off, and is again breathed Dy tne children, taken into prevenjraccidents but not the lungs, mixed with .more carbonic ;:. acid gas and thrown out again to make the same round up and down, and of ten repeated, until.it becomes unable Bay, and.iatajmjiWjia kax- to support life. The new school Lingtori. ayctfHrfletftrmfcftorag t houses that I have seen, .about 15 in if interested .or phone me. number, have two windows on each side, andnot one of them kas the sash WILL JOHNSON. -- that is The subject of ventilation is one Very' much talked about, and y, also recommended to have the upper sash in all the windows lowered at least 4 inches and fixed there permanently, winter and summer, so long as cne scnooi snail last, in some 01 our neighboring States more advanced in sanitation than Kentucky, they will not allow a stove in a school room without being jacketed. I explained to the educational board how that was done, yet that was; ignored in letting the contracts for the new school houses. My ideal of a properly ventilated school house is to have a jacket around the stove. A simple form of jacket is. to have-- piece ,of galvanized sheet iron put around the stove, be ginning at the door in front and extending around the stove to the door on the other side about 8 or 10 inches from the stove witli a. 12 inch squa.se hole through the floor under the stove, this hole to be covered with a piece of zinc to admit the fresh air. In' passing through between the jacket and the stove, the air beeomes warm and fit for the children to breathe This kind of arrangement will keep the-ai- r in the school room always in motion all the time wouhout causing anybody any trouble at all .If .the room should be too warm at any time, the lower sash could be raised . for a short time to admit enough fresh air to equal the temperature. .: a ss -- Notice. "Joe," rs li ' d - evr ' respon-sible.ahopkbtbey.wx- Ar