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Beauchamp, of this city, died To the Republicans of the Twenty-Nlnt- h ed out on the ' baseball sea, running over Lexington 7 to 5, and also scorJudicial District: feari, a Nar Year Oli Diuihter of paralysis last Monday morning .at Medical Society Exares Regret at 7:10. She was 46 years,, ten months 1 " It seems fitting now that I should ing a great victory over Ohio UniverHaving of Mr. art Mrs. A.G.nttl, .make some public announcement con sity- That which makes this of esand't wnty oight days old. The de was a daughter of E. W. New ceased cerning my position ..relative to the pecial interest to this county and Kliled. By Her Uttfe f Circuit Judgeship in man, (nom de plum) S.a'vojard of J - . this District I community, is the fact that Mr. R. (Wincheste'r,Sun) ' Brother. ' i Wash.,D C, and was mirrled-tjp,H- , so many letters asking D. Juddis managerand coach of this have' received ; JBy, reason of the , recent'Oremavalof, N. Beauchamp in February '18J&5 t 5 J;. riowfllfrdnjWJa.-,- : nie to become a candidate fori the team, which is the. highest honor to Dr.oodjcuff? Edmonton, Metcalfe county. - To'ihls nomination, and so many inquiries be gained on the athletic field. The Uw, Pareats. union 5 children were bp?n. In 1906 cnescecR) uommoia, jencuQcjv.the Have beetr made as to my . intentions, following is taken from the GeorgeMkk Sympathy Felt fw Clark County Medical Society unan-iousl- y ' tiiey removed to this city. The de adopted the following resolu- that it would be unfair longer to keep town News: ceased was a faithful member of the "He is worthy of his predecessor in silent. A distressing accident, resulting in Presbyterian church, a devoted and tions at a special meeting which indiThis ia not exactly an announce- that he is clean, honest and square. cates thia young physician waheld the instant filling of Jfeari,aiouf kind wife and mother, her life ment of my candidacy. That will Coach Hinton has always been known year eld daughter of Mr ahd'Mrsrii. was an exemplary one inand respects. in high esteem by members come later; if I am convinced that for such qualities and the college all profession; G. Hill, who lye one mile from CoTo the surviving family, relative and "Whereas, Dr. Woodruff J. Flowers, such an announcement ought to be prides itself on being able to fill his lumbia, occurred last Saturday after- friends we extend our sincere sympaas a member of the Clark County Med: made. However, I may say that I place in this respect with such a man noon about 4,30 o'clock. thy. Campbellsville. ical Society, has practiced his , profes had planned for myself an entirely as Mr. Judd. Then too professor The particulars, as we have gather deceased was a first cousin of sion in Winchester for more The course. I have no partic-- Judd has had considerable experience than a different "for ed them from neighbors, are about .as Mrs. Georgia Crenshaw, of this place. the turmoil and the petty coaching base ball. Besides being an year with ability, integrity and skill, ular love follows; .Her mother, before her marriage to jealousies of politics. I shall try to able coach he is a "corking good play therefore be it, The oldest sonpf Mr. Hill had been Mr. Newman, was Miss Emily Clark, a Resolved, Furthermore keep aloof from that as evidence of our re engender these; any thing that would er" himself. and naturally he is hunting. Returning home he placed daughter of George Clark, who in his gard and esteem we express our qualified will be with but it regrej his gun in the racK, in the family lifetime was prominent in the affairs genuine regret that I turn away from to direct and control men." at losing him as a member, and wish room. He then left the house, leav- of Metcalfe and Barren counties. She Mr. Judd is also President of the him abundant success in his new field, the pleasures of private life and the ing a younger brother with his little was a woman of rare intellect, and her and be plans I have fondly hoped to carry Georgetown Y. M. C. A., and was se it further lected from the large number of delesister, Pearl, in the room. Soon after, death will be received with sadness by Resolved, that a copy of these res tout. his departure Uie boy took the gun every person who knew her. It is generally taught and believed gates to make the opening address of olutions be spread upon the official :from the rack'and!,ointingit that in this country no one has the the State Y. M. C. A. meeting at minutes of the Society, a , sister, in play, hewashorimed when Death af an Old Utizen. to each of the local newspapers, and right, without strong reasons, to dis- Lexington. load entering the abdoregard the call of his constituents to it fired, the a copy sent to Dr. Ejowers, . men of the little girl, killing her ,in- public positions Sometimes men are jPike PropasiUanRe-Submitte- d. Signed stanUy.' Mr- HiU JwaSiwayrwaf night, about eleven mistaken about being called, and , OJatk CounyMedfiatl'Soctety. v homeund MrtrHtUiiinotia.th. o'clock? Mr. Delarley '(Hooter) Roberwhether they are or not caq be deter-mite- d room; -- nien . Mr. 'Gordon TMontgdmery was in tson-died" near sometimes only by an election, fe.nto, hysterics, EgypRthis county." Had herlived un- - -- James Holiaw&feWps; rrified'thab I only know that I havereceivedmauy Frankfort iasp week in the interest of. 4: ihdta physiciaa jhatt.4Mcalleato: 'til July Jie woulihjve been seventy times more' solicitations to become a the road proposition. 'He "reports that r fedmih&tier onfcW4r "the county can nob'et- the amount ejght years old. ' HeMs ' mrvlved by ever;-dihnfcer-Socieytrriccon candidate his .time than I .V ten children. When ltIn neumijeorgewwaajueEe unap- - before in my.life, and the demand has tne cijizepssuDscnDea this year nut his wife?-anV ony and ask.tl?tefeHiUed.Be yeognd:'ylgorQushi as'. (fujte ac- - test been .so insistent and strong ,thatl nnaer cercaiij uyuuicions, cnose in au- vioaviiijr uvcuiug ykik iour lucic w "deArtv' loved W UmitetAr and., the. laie,3na'.ierbps'had ' rpr - acquaint Ei jverefour entries, sir. Ta$s. Holla- - have been surprised no little. "w If the demand should contiuud.and would make good the amounts .sub. h whose home is lounniies 1pathy'.ofau:'JgtAr4;siri dialled at Adair county' thaaanylothei; one man. day,.Jr Columbia, being one of the should prove to be not merely a", tem scribed some? nime in the future T east of J , v? the sorrowing fcorae.? J He possesssea a f ehtttidlipoj ition'and h6nor, porary wave but, on the other hand, The Fiscal Court met Monday and re He was awarded-firs- t Thebody5flfe6ttlfld was pre- was liked by, &veryr.bo(Jj". He was a number. represent Georgetown Col the settled conviction of a large body, leased the bondsmen on the James- ' .. and will pared and Sunday tmVrnJng conveyed 'victim of drQpsynwt'nrr'bf greatly lege in a State contest to be "held in of thoughtful Republicans, I shoujd town road, an in the afternoon the feel impelled to forego my own plans Court agreed to resubmit a proposi- i to Metcalfe countV;' .wiiire Mr. Hill j missed, not oolybyji4r Immediate about one month at Berea College. lamuy, ou py ne enure jtjqpmui ny. formerly lived.Uor lhte'fftpt and give up what seems to me ttje tion which is ;as follows: People livMr. Holladay's subject was "The This community 'ftes$f the little The f uneral'services were conducted True Defense of a Nation," and-ife- : most agreeable course, in order to ing on the five different roads, leading beboy ana the grjei ptnetcen parents, by Eld. Tobias Huffaker in, the pres- was handled iu almost captivating-manner- , comply with the wishes of my fellow from Columbia, and who contested fore, are notified by the Court that " , 'ir ence of a large cbncoufsa of relatives brothers and'gteters? the large audience f being es- citizens. s and friends. The interment was in pecially pleased with his effort. The If I shall become a candidate, so far they are privileged" to take suscrip-tion- s and that the Court will again the Robertson Grave yard, near Egypt three other speakers, acquitted them- as I am concerned, the campaign will Close f the Meeting. ' meet in this place Saturday, the 8th church. be conducted ... with absolute freedom selves well. puts up of May and Prof A. H. Ballard and Attorney1 irom personalities, l s:;au itvoia even day most moneythe road that and secures the right the , The meetiug which was in progress were criticism of the po':"oal ot .fflcial General Jas. Garnett, Needed Improvement. to the county line will get the. " - - ' at the Baptist church for two weeks, present and heard the .speeches,- and records of my opponei..- - I -- '.all rnore- on the road, thisrc bsfc?"3 closed last Sunday night. Rev. E. TT. 'i were especially interested in the suc- ly state to the people whatf coursel- appropriation.J .". ly e a r f as wthe i e v y andr the.' rcw--pastor, The street leading f rdm Mr J. S. cess of the Adair county boy. expect to pursue in office, if elected. Wright, who assisted the cwill-get- d county preached his last sermon t Thursday Breeding's frdnf cornerof his yard to and The Judges were Hon. J. H.1 Chand -- . . submit the question to them. amppqt. thaU'the .., . i.'. ... ' WjJ: nn1n f T.injure our party 4 .m vueww '. k4 oight, to a crowded congregation, and the Graded School building has been ler and Dr. W. O. Carver. Louisville: rnis course can noo "..'.: &' !.v.r' ten '1m:iiM,.itiM' "4jivSho fiwhr.ia - and'it will' injure no living man. four-- person took greatly improve'dr; About sixty feet at the conclusion '"i0 i Jud e Cni6p Kerr,,. Lexington, Ky.v !2 ' will membership, three byoprofession and of Miss Eliza Todd's lot was purchased, As to the final result, I shall . be againn.raridftrfere .,.. k .be, Jiustling - ., ,' j .? oi ay. .quiteas'well satisfied. one one by letter. The pastor continued and the acqufrlng'bf this piece of land .1- In Memoriam. enabled the1towh'ta; Irun ' a straight ' 'J ' x other, it l shall rail to receive a man ,f" l" the meeting through Sunday. ' .1 was a very succesaftlP meeting stretch from saidTJreeflirig' corner .to jorlty of the votes, I shall have, escape 'The'foHbwiflg'personsiserved on the It : LVi l.i i L.iui mui. .iuauge iiui- throughout. While the membership iiiie xiiis -On Anril 14. 1915.rM)r.,Delauev Rob ed onerous duties. If I shall receive jurytHat0 condemned" Rudolph- and " to of the Baptist Church has been gT6at proves,thev appearance' of the various inson passed over. :to.' knottier 'Wof Id.-- a'majority, I shall feel it a high honor ,Champ Fitzpktrwjk. to the gallows for ' ly augmented, the members general- resFdences'locatedpntpe street.' The He was ramuiariy Kjiown- as "uncle and a call to give my entire time and killing' Millard '(Bruste.r. The-tri- al ly, have been revived, amj are In bet- old'Vqad bed ?vas Sold to Mr. $. S. Hooter Robinson."- - He was born July such abilities as I have to the service was in September i883: J. H Wilson. ' - Breeding which, will enable him to 17 1837, and so would .have been 78 of this District for six years" ter condition spiritually-- , ., t Creed Hood, Matterson Brockman, straighten .hjs Jot.- - This improve- years old at his next birthday. ' He During the services twenty-five LILBURN PHELPS. Wm. Wilson, J. R. White, Matthew about by Mr. L. C. obeyed the gospel in 1866 under the t --made a profession of th.Qir. faith in- ment Sparks, J. P. Sinclair, James Brock-maChrist and united with tthe - Church, Winfrey, who has been working for preaching of Isaac T. Renneau, of The Fourth District Missionary Wm. Holladay, G. R. Bennett, and there weresixadditipps.by letter. two years to accomplish t. The Clinton county. He was .a plain un- Convention of the Christian Church, Geo Nell, J. M. Johnson. They are Bev. Bush baptized t1je following change makes the property on the assuming man, a good citizen, honest will convene at Jamestown, on Friday all dead but J. H. Wilson and Hood. A. D. street more valuable and greatly en persons Sunday 'afternoon: and industrious, and true to his fam- evening, June the fourth, and contin- It was estimated that ten thousand Rollin Browning "Wil- - hances the appearance of that parjb of ily. He was twice married, first to ue over Sunday. The counties com- people witnessed thir execution, which Patteson. Casey, took place just back of the jail. The laro Browning, Claud Montgomery, town. Miss Hendrickson, and second to Miss posing the district are Adair, Russell and Wayne. The Bible School tops of the houses in that part of Gill, Lewis- Coffey, Fred Har-WiSmith Harriet Ingram. His widow and elevElizabeth Harris, Mary Harris, en children and numerous relatives will hold its sessions Saturday morn- town were covered with humanity. Attendance at Sunday School. Howard Garner, Cary Rosenfield, Dorsurvive him. The family hereby ex- ing and afternoon. The Church sess- They were hanged at the same time, othy Gill, Ruth Wilson. Lois Wilson, press their gratitude and thanks for ions on Saturday evening and Sunday and when the drop fell, one woman Leona Wilson, Mary Taylor, -- Allene vari- the attention and kindness shown by morning. The C. W. B. M., will hold fainted. Following is the attendance at Nell, Cameron Wilson, Fred Hamilton ous Sunday Schools in in Columbi for his neighbors during his long illness. its sessions on Sundey afternoon and and Wyatt Smith. There . are five Sunday, April 18: The Giver of all good will not forget evening. Friday evening there will Last Saturday, in Taylor county, be an address on Christian Education. 142 them. others who have been accepted, and Methodist .The program will appear in the News just over che Adair line, Mr. Wm. who will be baptized later. 123 A Friend. Baptist McDaniel was badly shot by two young in due time. 111 Christian Rev. Wright, who came here a permen named Gumm. They were hunt45 fect stranger, endeared himself to the Presbyterian Base Ball. ing on Mr. McDaniel's land and he go The first State-wid- e people of Columbia, and his visit and They became inordered them-off- . 421 day will be next Sunday. An furiated Total effective work will long be rememberandifired'on McDaniel, one Next Sunday is "Sunday School The Lindsey-Wilso- n base ball club effort is being made to have one mil- load, taking1 effect in oiie of his legs, ed. His departure was regretted, not only by the Baptist people, but by the Day" in kentucky, and let each per- - added another victory ' .to its , credit lion people in Kentucky in the vari the other in his breast. Our infors.. . . n. .! - .. on that day. Evson in uoiumma reel it nis auty to at- by defeating (jrreensburg here aatur- - ous Sunday-school- s community. entire mant thinks the breast wound will tend the Sunday School of his choice. day afternoon by the score of 8 to 5. ery body who is in reach of the prove fatal. of Columbia are urged to This was a very interesting game1 a schools Temperance Rally. both teams displayed good and bad attend The schools out in the coun Swat the Fly. Special Sales. fielding as well as hitting well at' in- ty should also be largely attended. v At a meeting of the Ministeral muse seep count tervals. Sullivan started on the slab which was held in the annex Have just returned from market, This is the time of year to swat the for the locals and held the visitors at of the attendance and the amount of wheie 1 bought a big lot of of the Methodist Church last Tuesday morning, it was moved and car fly, better known as the common house his mercy when hits meant runs, .al- collection and forward the informamillinery, and beginning Wedne-daJopIIn, General Secreried that there be a great Temperance fly. The flies that survive the winter lowing no earned tubs until the final tion to Geo.-Apr., 2Land continuing .throughtRally at the Fair Grounds on Sat produce the millions which in the next inning when Greensburg .started a tary, Louisville. Ky. out this week will have a cut price urday of July the 3rd. Our Secretary August crawl through manure piles fierce batting rally scoring three runs. sale on everything in ladies and child-ren- s to invite Mr.O'Rear. and through heaps of filth, over the Sullivan was then relieved by Young Mrs. G. W Staples was Intruded The schools will close for the sumhats. present, ana deliver an address butter, tickle your bald spots, and fin- - who retired the side in order. The mer in a very short time. "The peoto be fa and Mr. Beckham have agreed to ally are drowned in the baby's milk, fielding 'of Young featured. ple of Columbia are always glad when i i?ii.i was the best we Pro- - tti cromuiLuy open privies wnicnexiso" BatteriesT,indey; Sullivan, Young, .they open aqd dislike very much to Our market y the state for State-wid- e bump past 3 weeks and ty- and.J-ewf''Greensburg; Shreve and see the boys and girls-jeavwhen .the have had for 'the litioa. Rev. G. w. .ferryman, oi in Bvety iuuau,y, uy iu.jr ui. " l achester, has promised to be pres- - phoid fevergerms to your table. From'; Sandidge,ft''.i nome going rime arrives., ay ne way. farmers were well pleased with their general .jQther local speakers will be the sputum of consumptive files may there has been a fine set Qfjyoungpeoi .sales. We are r awaiting awe close. season,-aftewhich bear the germs of tuberculosis to you; dlh p,le id'schoof nre thve,...ahd m j, vnd will deliver addresses on ffrn?for f.fDon't miss the opportunity to sell on Prohibition, Swat one fly now and you prevent'the Wo of State-widhope to. see. .tAeir m ?n 75c for IS. FII Sttdr. r t in- ish ?. : II be further announcements coming of uncounted "m ,CJ mjaj ACttfi.' ". -- next scoe4!trp;iinoa win "open in our market. L. L. Tob. W. H. Co. erJ August Greensburg jolosej r;l)ars. r , fa of'-hi- s News-Journa- l, even-te- mpered at-b.is- - copy-give- n - -- bast-Wednesda- y aheiite-TeaBnerLwas.s- athJa-dlattfufme'- , i boy-seein-g d - al d ,,-- L !? j.'ff -- -- r... .'''"' this-place- - - ,l - - -- -- .. n, .!. " 5-" l- -. ?5- K fci - -- -- i- - the-n;da- T way,as-theJpm.naw,Tin- til "rr . suauui-uuimiu- g. i' 1 - -- -- -- - Vas'-brough- - s, ..... 1 Sunday-- mid-summ- er y, to-da- e ef e tho-Saa- - ds on. uo i ol nt4' giri- ': - -- - m I mmmmmgm. irj.' epWmber, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS CHICAGO TO MIAMI. essary for a through main lEditor News: e Six Governors met in at Chattanooga about a rsreat highway. A conference of the Governors ffllinois. Indiana, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida, has been called by Gov. Samuel H. Ralston, of Indiana, and met in Chat tanooga April 3, 1915, for the (purpose of taking definite formal looking toward.the build-iin- g of a through main highway 'from Chicago and South Bend, ifadiana, to Miami, Florida. The chief executives invited by 'Governor Ralston to meet with confer-enc- to the construction of through way. routes. That is to say, when a Aside from these, the confer- county has within its borders a ence of Governors and open con- road that will be a connecting vention in the interest of what link in a through route, it will has been commonly called the doubtless be built first. r "Dixie Highway," is the result This is true of the Boone way of the widespread recognition of running from Central Ken the insistent demands of the tucky, to Cumberland Gap, the tourist of the Northern States Jefferson Davis highway, run for such a highway. It is in a ning from Paducah to Bowling measure the outgrowth of the Green, the Central Lincoln way, realization of what it means, from Louisville, South, and the measured in dollars and cents, to Sandy Valley road running from the States which it traverses and Ashland up the Big Sandy river high- How to be Certain of Prejudice is a hard thing to overcome. 3ut where health is at stake and the opinion of thousands of reliable people lifters from yours, prejudice then your menace and you ought to lay it aside. This is said in the interest of people suffering from chronic fonstipation, and it is worthy of their ittention. In the opinion of legions of reliable American people the most stubborn constipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of it before, but do not doubt its merits on that account, or because it has not been blatantly advertised. It has sold very successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to their children today who were given it by their parents, and it has been truthfully said that more druggists use it personally in their families than any other laxative. es -- Curing Constipation M. E. Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Hammersmith, 118 W. Chestnut St, Louisville, Ry, are but a few or thousands showing the esteem In which Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is mild, gentle, not violent, like salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that in time nature again does its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel ,' Myers, Letters recently received from non-gripi- specific. 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 simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St. Montlcello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. to the,nation. to Pikeville. smoulder- It has stirred up the ihim in conference were, Gov. .Edward F. Dunne, of Illinois, Gov. James B. McCreary, of Kentucky, Gov. Tom C. Rye, of 'Tennessee, Gov. John M. Slay-ttoof Georgia and Gov. Park 'Trammell, of Florida. logic of this The and its national import-vanchave caught the attention of some of the nations most prominent men of affairs. As there are competing routes centers, between designated Chicago, Indianapolis, Louisville, INashville, Atlanta, Macon, and Miami were represented by big delegations of "".Disie Highway" enthusiasts. lit has been shown by good authority that the most practical way for this road is through Campbellsville, ColLouisville, lumbia, Creelsboro, Albany, Syrdstown and Crossville, Tenn., swhere it connects with Bristol to Memphis State Highway. n, cold-blood- ed e, Jack-csonvil- ing embers of a local appreciation of the importance of connecting! up trade centers in their own communities and fanned it into a blaze of enthusiasm all along the route. For a highway which will serve the purpose of connecting their immediate trade centers, and providing a through main highway from the extreme North to the extreme Soutn. Given the opportunity to travel in his automobile, in comfort, Let the commercial club in WELL DRILLER Mr. Terrell states further Ken- Albany and Columbia get to tucky will expend under the work, and if there is no comI will drill wells in Adair and State Aid plan about $1,200,000 mercial club in Creelsboro you adjoining counties. See me be and something like $1,700,000 leading prosperous farmers and Latest imfore contracting. will be expended by the counties merchants must organize one other, than by State Aid plan. and demand a hearing in this proved machinery of all kinds. Five counties have voted on bonds to the total extent of $1,- 100,000 and in the next ' two months 13 caunties more will vote on a total of $2,000,000 move in your county; Pump Repairing, Done. me a Call. Give It ail men along this through lf , le -- The road from Crossville to twithin ten miles of Chattanooga, ds on the level plateau of Signal mountains, which is 2,000 feet thigh. ,There is ten mile3 of the most expensive road on the whole line completed and in perfect condition, running out from Chatta-jnoog- a to the top of Signal Mountain, in the direction of Crossville. When this gap is completed through Southern Ken tucky, through Adair, Russell .and Clinton counties, to the Tennessee State line, it will shorten vthe distance 100 miles, and there will be 100 miles of this road on -- of their route spent one-haworth on this, when it is com plete, they will be worth more worth of bonds. dollars than at present and the From the above facts it seems future generations will ever call that Adair, Russell and Clinton them "blessed." from Chicago to Louisville, Chat- counties should sit up and take Very Respt., tanooga, Atlanta, Jacksonville notice of all well managed prosJ. C. Miller. and Miami, leaving a trail of perous counties, who are making new money in his wake, the tour fights for these grand through YOur Child's Cough is a Call for Help Don't put off treating your Child's ist will be amply repaid by what roads. Cough It not only saps their strength the "Dixie Highway" and the If we are in line between these but often leads to more serious ailterritory "through which it pass great centers and they call on ments. Why risk? You don't have to. Dr. King's New Discovery is just es, will provide in scenic, histor from the remedy your child needs. It is ua for a helping hand either soothing, healing and ical and industrial attractions. Louisville or Chattanooga we made withing These attractions together should all to a man come forward antiseptic balsams. Will quickly check the Cold and soothe your Child's with the short time required to and help. Cough away. No odds how bad the get into the heart of the new When shown some considera-tio- Cough or how standing, Dr. King's New Discovery will it. It's guaranSouth, the natural inclination to These mountain counties teed. Just get a bottle from your seek a warmer climate in winter, are very generous and doubtless Druggist and try it. For sale by Ad. the possibility of combining bus- would gladly join in financing Paull Drug Co. iness with pleasure and the inthis good move within their borThe route has been selected ability to tour abroad have made ders. for the road which the United the demand for the highway on Adair county this year will States will build in Alaska. It the part of the tourist, so urgent build avnut 10 miles of pike and will be 1,000 miles long and will that it can be understood. 4 miles will be on Columbia and cost $26,800,000. fisted Albany road. close Some Should not Peel Discouraged. fellow may argue that a road of very hard to re-- So many people troubled with indiIf will not be this kind would only benefit a move the gates from the Camp- - gestion and constipation have been benefitted by taking Chamberlain's few, and the tourist will not be bellsville and Columbia "boule- Tablets that no one should feel dis benefited but that is not the case. vard" in Adair county which we couraged who has not given them a They contain no pepsin or oth The great highway would be understand, has been changing trial. er digestive ferments buc strengthen the trunk line or vine, and the hands for the consideration of stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally For sale by narrow neighborhood roads 0000 and thanks. -n. J. C. YATES A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only $1.35 Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekiy Enquirer is It is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY EXQDIRER for obtatnlng the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity 'to every ome. farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and weadvise you to take advantage by subscribing for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to The Adair 'County News, Columbia,! Ky. ' fog-heade- d, V I Are You & Woman ? J We have only two things to The tourist repre fear and that is Cincinnati and sent a class, who have money to Nashville. invest, and are always keenly If Cincinnati is made the gatealert for good investments. way to the South on this great There are many great opportuni- through Highway we stand out ties in Southern Kentucky for of line and no chance, but if ithe top of the Cumberland profitable investments, and if Louisville is made the gateway, Plateau, through some of the we can getsome one to visit us. we with the help of Chattanooga .most beautiful scenery in Amer- who has money, he will certain- have the greatest opportunity of ica. ly see opportunities we never doing the most good in Adair, There are many sentimental dream of. Russell and Clinton counties, reasons, among others, for proThere are a million motorists ever known in the history of our viding a highway from the home North of the Ohio river, who country. V -- of the Pine tree in the Great would be glad to tour to the Shall we sit still and let this Lake region to the land of the South this winter next winter, go by or petition our County climate of and every winter. , palm and the balmy Court to call a special election ;JFlorida. And the welding of anbondRobert C. Terrell, Commission- and let the people vote on other tie to bind the North and er of Public roads, has said: ing these counties for the pur in themselves "South, "There are. movements on foot to pose-o- f building these connecting kto warrant any expenditure nec get this State-ai- d money devoted links. wide-awake would be the branches. Paull Drug Co. Ad. When you feel out of sorts from Our Advice Is: copsti-patio- n, let us say that if Ijui lilli Be Woman's Tonio AT ALL FOR SALE do not relieve you, see a physician, because no other homo remedy will, gold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. Mrs. John Fischer, the wife of DRMTS the Manager of the Burley Tobacco Warehouse at Horse Cave, died last week after a lingering illness. Told That There Wais No Oire for Him. F4 kM-V'-- - u'. 35 YEARS' . nt "After suffering for over twenty years with indigestion and having some of the best doctors here tell me there was no cure 'for me, I think it only right to tell you for the sake of other sufferers as well as your own satisfaction that a 25 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Tablets not only, relieved me but cured me within two months although I am a man of 65 years," writes Jul. Grobien, Houston, Texas. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad r , .i . , ' u . - iu-- n . .. - ..l 'c Jl 'fck .! ,f f t " t -j 1 wmi. w ' ' . m - ". in.it.. rpir i I ." ur mvixAa. ( - 'iC"ii-. - iUt(Ii.i4' jL.-?..- -i, fr. . . --muss, i it..,: rfi,.a.u jj, ,.. .33K - 7, 1. sj . -- r trjoU, 1 l THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS y&38& Mrs. J. T. Rose and Mr. Joe K. Sparks, of Gradyville, visited Lucien Gadberry and family last Sunday. Lawrence Gilpin, of the L. W. T. S. , visited his home people here Saturday and Sunday. R. L Rowe and family, who have been very sick, are improving at this writing. A Mr. -- P&sm fimifta gieioYour pfintyf kr ,, rff-iCENER- Ar ork- - yZfM tmksmim Borders, who travels for the V. M. Gowdy Co., of Campbellsville and Columbia, wascalling on our merchants one day last week. Butler Gadberry, the little son, of Lucien Gadberry, is very sick at this writing. T. J. Rosson, of Rugby, is dangerously sick at this time with a complication of diseases. Miss Viola Reece, of L. W. T. S. visited her parents from Saturday till Monday. Bradshaw Bros., of Columbia, are having a nice lot of staves made here. Grover Campbell, who broke his leg several days ago, is getting along nicely. Mr. Ezekiel Rowe is very sick at this writing. Luther Gadberry and wife, of Gadberry, visited Mrs. Gadber-ry'- s parents several days last week. Growing Children frequently need a food tonic and tissue builder for their good health. "Largest in Dixie" This is the "Thomhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line anoi the aid of the most causing hard pulling. ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with employed to make the Thomhill wagon. long sleeve malleable The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and outcare. For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Each skein to its axle with a Defiance mause the finest hickory machine driven to insure the right dish. The hubs are chine infallibly accurate. This machines of oak," thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right pitch and tuck, makeis-- . light draft a certainty. with double refined sable iron. The axles are of toughest hickory The bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an iron1 plate at top and bot- the steel axles of the best refined steel.. tom, riveted through and through mulThe sides of "Thornhill" beds arct tiplying their1 strength. made of poplar: It costs the makers The "Thornhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and giveti hound plate that is braced to the hounds better service. This is an exclusive at all points. Come in and see this wagon soIQ "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the under a binding guarantee. ' V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated of master workmen Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Columns, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog! Stair Work, WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, d v. BLACK PRINCE CIGAR The Easter Sunday Smoke 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. m t- - By WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, a KENTUCKY. 4 The Thomhill Wagon not the lowest priced but the best, and in the ead the cheapest i her home here, last week. Alva Harvey sold a young horse, last week, to A. Murphy. TYLER RED LEAF. EVERYTHING IN Whooping Cough Well everyone knows the effect of is the prescripts r icr this. Pine Forests on Coughs. Dr. Bell's Paull Drug Co. is a remedy which brings quick relief for Whooping Ned Mattingly, one of the best Cough, loosens the mucous, soothes known farmers of Marion coun- the lining of the throat and lungs, ty, died Saturday after nearly and makes the coughing spells less severe. A family with growing chila year's illness. dren should not be without it. Keep it handy for all Coughs and Colds. Fancy trotter, will make the Rheumatism YIeldsQuickly to SlOans 25c. at Paull Drug Co. season of 1915 at C. H. Goode's Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. You can prevent an attack of Itheu-matisbarn at Roley, at $3.00 to insure Ad. from coming on, but your can a living colt. Is a beautiful red stop it almost immediately. Sloan's The street railroad strike at bay, 16 hands high, weighs one Liniment gently applied to the sore hundred joint or muscle penetrates, in a few Syracuse, N. Y., has been com- thousand and pounds, with large bone and extra minutes to the inflamed spot that promised with an agreement to heavy muscles, very stylish lookcauses the pain. It soothes the hot, ing, fine action, extra good distender, swollen feeling, and in a very arbitrate future differences. position. All of these qualities short time brings a relief that is alare in a remarkable degree transmost unbelievable until you experience Ozark. I mitted to his colts. Tyler Red it. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c. of any Druggist and have it sired by Sunshine, SpringFarmers are making good use Leaf Colds, Sore and in the house against field, Ky., and he by Red Leaf Swollens Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica of the pretty weather. Several Harrodsburg, Ky., Extended and like ailments. Your money back are thru breaking corn ground. pedigree will be given later. if not satisfied, but it does give al- Wheat looks better since the most instant relief. For sale by Paull weather has turned warm. BLACK McQUEARY. Ad DrugCo. Pine-Tar-Hone- Olive OU woli Emulsion fefSSfe ROOFING AsphaltjQravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence.- - y m Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- two CO. 6 Eaat Mafcei Street? Between First and'BrooK Louisville, Ky Cumberland River Rou Burnside & Mrs. T. J. Bryant has been in Rugby. T. J. Rosson, one of our leading citizens, is very low and if there is not a change he can not live but a short time. He has lung, heart and Stomach trouble and can take but little nourishment. John Rosson, and Mrs. Joseph Rosson, of Red Lick, Mrs. . John Moran and Miss .Mattie Moran, of Columbia, and W. S. Pickett, of Pyrus, are at the bedside of T. J. Rosson this week. Mr. E. F. Rowe is very low with heart trouble and unless a change is made, can not live. farmers are progressing well with their work. The, Mag Morrison moved back to a critical condition for two weeks. ( Incorporated ) Ernest Barger and wife, of Packet Steamers: ROWENA and CSLINA. Jamestown, were guests of Mr. Tow Boat: ALBANY and Large Fleet of Barges.. J. H. Barger and wife last SunThese Boats are fast, of exceptionally light draught, day. having been especially built for the Upper Cumberland W. G Roy and wife, Kent River, and the only boats having working arrange ments with Railroads at Burnside. Traffic handled Bryant and wife were guest at .direct from boat to cars. Not subject to wagon transfer- the pleasant home of J. H. BarThrough Rates and Bills of Lading to all points. Through ger last Wednesday. Tickets to and from Cincinnati and Louisville. Woods. Born, to the wife cof R. B. Cargo Insurance carried on our packet Boats for the protec- Also a new boarding house tion of shippers. Reeves, March 26 a daughter. and feed barn in Roley, can get SCHEDULE: Str. "Eowena" leaves Burnside Saturday 3 p. in. of eacn Mrs. Lander Bryant spent last meals at any time and horses for Gainsboro, Tenn. Returning, arrives, Burnside Wednesday 6 Leave Burnside Wednesday 3 p. m. each week for Celina, Tenn. week with her mother at Roy. well cared for. turning, arrives at Burnside Saturday 6 a.m. Strs. "Celina" anc j bany" subject to demands of traffic. This schedule subject to Saturday, April 3rd, was Mrs. Albert Bright,, without notice. Sytha Conover's eighty-fourt- h Casey Creek, Ky., A. B. MASSEY, Presk G. M. ESTES, G. F. & P. A. birthday. Her neighbors gave Burnside, Kentucky. her a surprise dinner, which Montgomery and Lawrence was highly enjoyed. She also rewife visited their uncle, Mr. ceived some useful presents. Montgomery is Charlie Deener, near Montpelier, Mrs. Henry improving at present last week. i At the same' barn and place this great jack will make the season at $8.00 to insure a living colt. Black McQueary is a very large bone black jack, with white joints, 151 hands high sired by "Gov. McQueary one of the best jacks that was ever in Washington county. Dam is a very large jennet, she sired by old Gov. BurResville Transportation Company Read Our Liberal Paper ( -- IfVY " . l&SK - susmmmmuatmmm .... THE: ADWR COUNTY NEWS Lawrrcfefcilri.iwuivisitedby v deitroctiye fiff 'maky nigfct of ggJ4!3cVfc,'vw NWisfcei-Ever- y Wefeesfcy last weefcr Tfcf cpur&i&ousaijd; - iytie seven or eight 'JotBet valuable dfiatrped. The Adair County News Company buildings .w-- 'l'M,0liHT AAAAAAAAAAAAA Hirlll rBT . i -- efOOKLAvJ I I . . (T rvnrr if.. V vfV" '.' HH Irak iH 'HVZNh VHHTill-'lHllllr- fJtr 'o ?"rc7 )" .NTTS t 'sT'JDT. -' l.j-i,- - e I (INOORPORATED.) loss is estimated at $125,000, m partly covered by insurance. OH AS. S. HARRIS, Editor. mmmmm Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of theCHyof Cohunbisand the people of Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter .,-- .Post-offi- as second While several candidates .for Governor have made opening speeches and candidates for m nor offices are. going over, the State, the Canvass has not fairiy corn uraisr y es Black Hawk, Campbell and Superior. 7if JrfuL-.i- - fit' V SI1 iB Af.Btii ,.ii-- 1 ; -- - 9 (.'. '' SUBSCRIPTION ' PWCE4I.00 comencedjbujr' PER YEAR . ball will -. T. 'O .. fc.MtTJv; n : WED;r. APR: 21, 1915 Announcements. 1.F0B CIRCUIT COURT CLEEK. tr-- u -- a We ire autharized to announce . A. Strange a candidate for circuit clerk of Adair county, subject to the Democratic primary to be held in August- t likely be started rolling at a live-- f Iv srait' next' month.1 The 'sent--. lment forfGovernor is largely. divided in Adair county, and as' to who will carry the county will depend uponfthe amount 'of ac-' '" ;; tivity. ., . . '- .." nWWempBi . . 1 ."t'Mi. CiUltivators; i :ijj jf'T. S'--- " verless both. Riding and Walking. ".I ; Efrinleyt; ; Complete Line of Farm Implements,.. Wagons,; Buggie, Field : ' r . Sieeds'a.nd Fertilizer. ' ' " -- . - f MR. K. B. TRIGG. . We desire to call the attention of the readers of the News to the CIECT71T COURT CLERK. announcement, in this week's We are authorized to announce that W. T. issue of R. B. Trigg, of Glasgow to the office Price is a candidate for of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to lor the Democratic nomination the action of the Republican voters of said party, ' for State1 Senator from the 19th at the' August primary . " Senatorial District, composed of the counties of Metcalfe; Barren- Judge J j CCrzteri of Monroe arid' Adair. Mr. Trigj is too iwell known, to our readers and ninttt&fe-'Ject'itheacifon f te RepubtlicaniVote'rsifi expressed at therVpaffii latithe' Viie peupie ui wig uiubnub lu re-comintAugiist prijaafs-- C.h'.'A &? Td FOB XJOMQIOHWEAXTJlIS ATrORNY; iasijaAways , worked fgr tLe, be.sfe -210 Z. .County,-author-- J -- '''' -- i ' Let us know, what repairs you need at once, so as to save '' time and postage. The Jeffries' Hardware Store, Columbia, Kentucky. i & fci j r . t ! fainotiJSiA 1. ixu . . :,s ?iijr.: ,w' 'V.'.v ,' M"U " AAAAAAA6666AM iW ' 1l '-- i . k. .av .Kv . ',u m B P vw.m P P1 P aiTc-'-- i P - tai: 1 P P M., flMftHftvVh tfPB ' vVfc 'J.' i.'kTB e:v vA flW v MMia'. -- rH ,?I!5.C'n JJCJTT) 1. i' ta?"f iT 3ft 1A ZoZ -- :W i nTVf'".! 1 ii sbj M Tl U 15? :fv . c iTi yr. y . m We ire a'utHorizedto announce" .. . . iKai.Y. ...... election, in thjs.the tshe officepi Twenty-nint- h A'Tif u3ie intereBtB ofhisi party n,:giving,j ...."...?3 vMaAa liberally of his time1 and' means Cbmmgzrwealthjs Attorney districtsubject to, the j iorhe'fu'rthe'rance of ''tlae' prih' fc winq; '".".omroobn; it nv I, asak !' '. i -- biLJ-3 ;.vq- - Tjaii? w?.: t? ajfuort I, CO , C - rJi. yiO- as eiprfesieS afthe primary'to be ' Saturday in August; 1315. - Democracy. ' 'This iB the first time Mr., Trigg has sought ' FOR THE STATE SENATE. an office at the hands of his fellow Democrats, and his candidaWe are authorized to announce D. E. Hatcher, ot Barren cotnty, a candidate for the State cy will doubtless receive the earSenate, subject to the Democratic xotcrs at the August primary. The district is composed nest consideration of the mem of the connties of Barren, Metcalfe and Adair.' bers, fofvhis party. Edmonton, held- the first "cipleg, of 'ftif't.iBK. - -b -- xm i m the latest dress goods, etc., and cordially invite the public to visit us betiingVK. fore buying elsewhere. Have a nice line of Carpets, 01 and furniture. A good stock of Suit Cases and Trunksat, .,a0 " Jnst from market : '" ".''- - m.mpb A .'.' .r: X : .'ry-Ji- I imtmn -B t H mt of . m .lOiIjMol m. A'BVv iM.wmom 511 0f " H .K. 'i p3f JM w SalfYT KjilJc "aiH. witsplndjdlipe - thdin,f fi:7:i: :... - j:riji ''i j , .h: " '- , - News,"- We . ' till, " '"- ' "l "special4 prices. - -- - -- . 1- - are authorized to announce R. B. Trigg, of Barreu county, a candidate for the State Considerable agitation is now Senate from the 19th district, subject to the of the Democratic voters in the August 5p action whether the 'Democratic primary. The district is composed of Adair, Barren and Metcalfe. party ought or ought not have a Be sure to get my; prices on Shoes and Slippers. ; Have a- large ' , atja convention to make a party plat-for. fcjuiJvVra.j ' before the August primary. $l;00HaU-- f Bleach "J7cts. 75c'& 90cP JiHopet " J vni vcr ae utorlzefl to announce H. yC. Baker a So 'far is we"afe'boricerned,''and $14.00 suits ""Brown Domestic "I 4ic&up. nM lHw : ' iKate lo reprebtaii. jvuajr aiiu iumuKumu S&ti- $12;-0I' '4c. $10.00. ,' anv honest.; in tne next Legislature, subject to the action of that goesas-fara"j. the Republican voters; as expressed at the ,,J,J$9.00.UiV' " "' 4& 1 . Aprcib Checks Democrat, we favor a conventio- nprimary. ,, , ijti:v 7c..ki ,oJK.'ir t10c Dress Ginghams idntulX) 1 and the making of a platform" ... n 15c 4 Brown Sheeting WWo:u s'JWe are authorized to announce G. L. 1 A 'All O'JW ean and clear on-- every . vital nt T'1 UitUi . T Xtf a candidate to resresent Adair and Cum- j ? m '104 Bleach Sheeting ' . i.fcVWWao8(iJ,.l,iI.nJ,3lj0i tIli:pWM1 bertnd in the next Legislature, subject tothe question ar i' that .will enter into the ,rt"$,l ,00 Shift j.ii'VC- - !5n'ip3.3f?8poQat . Oc.t.cF.-- yv lyiWini, 'i acttpn of the Republican voters of the district,1 as expressed at tne August primary. shirts i 45c-.n general election. The party . 50c. ..., lirf.f,tl5c,fc . . w4fc. 8t. ' FOR RAILROAD .OOMMISSfOJJER. $1.75. ' " 6 qE'TuVBucfeeb $2.00 Hats ought to state its position and do jv 2, 3, 4. qt Buckets $1.25. npc; n $1.50 Hats it before it chooses its candidate,' COUNTY. W1LUAM F. ' IMIOIU as Railroad Commission-e- x and if there be those who can Candidate for j mi r Second District of Kentucky, Subject to the not' accept the Democratic posi'i action of the Democratic party in the August Primary. tion, then let them withdraw from the contest. The StateRusseil County Announcement. wide question is up and every attempt to dodge it will only make FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. legislative position. Under ex- and unique are to" be staged in and ceremonies of the week will a bad position worse. We see isting conditions we favor a plat- Richmond during reunion week, take place. Militia commands Wc are authorized to announce J, R. McFar no necessity for forcing this and from every part of the South from all parts of the South, and land a candidate' for Circuit Court Clerk of form before the primary, clean-c- comes word of the thousands of from the North as well, are to at-- v Russell county, cubject to the action of the Re proposition into a State race a and no straddle, win or, lose, visitors who are to attend. Arpublican voters of said county, as expressed at tend. The event gives promise, test of fitness for office that has survive or perish. the August primary. rangements for the care and of being in the exno legislative power, but it is up FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. comfort of 10,000 veterans have treme. and will not down, and we ought FIFTY YEARS FROM been made by the, general comInvitations have been extendWe are authorized to anpounce Lee A. Law- to have the courage and honesty mittee, headed by Captain John ed by the general, committee to to the office of less a candidate for APPOMATTOX." Lamb. The granting of a flat Circuit Court Clerk of the County of Russell, to state our position. There are the Governors of all the States subject to the action of the Republican voters railway rate of one cent a mile to included in the organization of questions of vital importof said county, as expressed at the August other General Reunion, primary Richmond for the big affair is the United Confederate Veterans ance, but none so far reaching, Confederate Veterans, expected to draw to the city and it is confidently expec ted with many, as the liquor quesloyal Southern people. Richmond, Va., that in view of the importance The body of Robert, .1 Craw-for- tion. While we have heretofore The outstanding feature of the of the occasion many will accept. 1915. . June 13 who mysteriously disap- favored the county as the unit week will be the formal opening In addition the committee has peared from his home, in Louis- and still willing for the law tq Richmond, Va., Apr. 13 1915. of the Confederate Memorial In- inyited to be present the followville, was found on an island, be fully tried out, yet we have no (Special). Fifty years after the stitute, the imposing treasure near Memphis, Tenn., last Fri- objection for the State to become destruction of the Confederate house for relics of the war be- ing ladies, wives of distinguished day. A revolver with one cham- the unit and settle this once for capital and the end of the bitter tween the States, which has been Confederate chieftains: Mrs. J: erected in Richmond after years E. B. Stuart, Mrs. W. H. Fitz--3 ber empty, was found by his all. We cannot see any reason War between the States, the of effort. Another feature .will hugh Lee, Mary Custis side. There is no doubt but he why the people oi:the State gray clad veterans of the South be the laying of the corner-ston- e ern armies are to gather cin the committed suicide, and no reason should bejefusejyote.on.this old Bfcta"Shold of 'the' ftfnfeaerl of the statue of Stonewall Jack-- Lee. Richmond is preparing toob- - ' weft'as iany other te Stages, for the"l91i?uififim son. has been advanced for the act. question i years old, He was twenty-fiv- e ofLtfPspted Confeiiri $e& j WngBfal MonuntMit Avenue ia serve with fitting ceremuni.es. the , a court of semicentennial of its rise from be converted TTf "- -. ctjJ-,- : married, of excellent habits, and terettfibutAU.of Tigbt(ougkt ;? rtiaoniathrfttit BtfMn htaoP,jiffwnich all the "parades the aihe,- ' the theory is that he was crazy. tojbe put up to. thote'whoteek FOR THE LEGISLATURE." m, stock -taseiectirom." -ii.tk I willoffer from April 12th, to April As a special inducement, 24th, for CASH ONLY, the following bargains, and many others lOQ'.numerousio mention: r . i - "W '! -- s Au-u- ai .! i t. .. ... -" - .. -- c ,a,',,f nci. f.iA-n.- - Perry-ma- (9-- : , ."? i- -n ,--, r- .isi.-gW- n- , si-tr- r ! -- ( Tin-Backet- i - i0 HLUR-r-FAYET- Re-ele- ct W. I. INGKRAM i &$&&$ ut note-wort- hy 100-00- 0 d, and-Mis- s "s ( Ml p-- ii ite - TBmmwwmmwmr: g iwniii., IB! in f D Rev. Tom' Hadlert the Row.eXJ Raincoats. A bigjot.of'tftem at, COOPER TO HAVE ...... L JtIi,t "PJi.-- .'.UUBWUMNiU MINUS . fkjIcesafc,(y;;JDpa. ?v "llffT AOM'1 uouncy .aews, wno nasoeen quite sick Sallie R. Funeral services BIG BREAD LINE is improving and his friends hope to The'fishing8easonhas opened here 'i3w,fngi'wM'-'dleo,tftW homSlO and several fine strings have been BMP see him well in a few days. WoeraejiaMiuejtio IJags aJeffer-sonvill- e Proceeds From Sale' of Cele caught by lovers of.the sport. suburbjesterday morning, Mr. Herbert Smith, who is the Stenbrated TanUc to Feed ographer for the 'manager of a,ooal Don't fail to come and see Casey will be conducwtnis1 afternoon at3 Rev. C. G. o'cloclcat the house by the company, Paintsville, Ky., reached Jones' big stock of goods. Pttr Prather. Burial will be at Walnut home last Thursday night for a two Miss Ewinghad week's- visit. Louisville, April 21, L. T. Cooper, Theexaminers fqr school certificates Ridge cemetery. .. . . ,been an invalid for more than fifteen the noted "Tanlac Man," wilLestab--. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Moorman, for this year have been appointed and years and hef condition had been crit lisii and maintain, athis own personal)' of Louisville, visited at the home of they are: Wesley. Turner, Mrau W. L. ical for several weeks. She was a expense, a "bread line" I , Russell and the Superintendent. Mr. Moorman's sister, Mrs. Willie B. in Louisville .daughter of the.late.Qeorge W. Ewing this winter, Mr. Cooper conceived Hynes, last Saturday and Sunday. The ana JNancy u. Jbiwmg and was born in and began executing this idea as quietTo the Farmers. Diary former, is a prominent attorney of t Coidmbia. Ev.. June 21. 1861.- - With " i j ly as he performed his remarkable re i tjojiisville. . , jJVej parents she came to J.efferspnville lief work among the .Dayton flook sufof the good Keepja Kodak Record Mr. S. A. An tie, a prominent mer- Have just received a carload of ReaC ienagii. .tier impieaiatie surviv-or- J '' ferers in 1918. times.now and throughout. ,thej year. L'ahaht of Russell .Springs, was in the Jrjfjad. Fertilizer, ?urjsh 4 pen are two brotfiers, Rfchardi'-bfb- Louisville will', therefore be unique jjouisvuie marKec last weeny "purcnas on. other, jioste Mo., and Isaae EwJng,- of Jef tv iiuug up a uuuy is a uoinei enirporasn this1 in its relation with1 ,rJ'h,e'"Jres't'6f the fetsonville. and one sister. Mrs. W. L. Kodak record, is a , continual j Ling dry goods and buggies., Mr. Antle company hasjit. 1 thls'city will hav& (is a Square' man and sells goods at' the jaxrof Louisville.'" Miss Ewing was country, becauseUner.1 "utside of JeW Ray Flowers. aeugni iei us snow you me new shortest profits. the only "bread a member 6f 'Morton Memoaial Methfewjo'ther larger and best Kodaks, ''Eastmans". . Edgar Earl, an infant son of Mr. odist Episcopal church, Jeffersonville. York and maybe a where" Mr. M. Cravens came in Friday the plan h& cities of the world, 14th ins't. night and remained with his family and Mrs. Charles Hammond, who live Courier-JournMurray Ball. maintain been established .county,, - Tne deceased was"' a first cousin of ( '; J until" 'Mdtiday morning:-- " It 'was the at Webbs l'Oth ed by the charitable organizations. ' The parents inst.: on the Mr. Mont Cravens, and she was also first time he had been at home fbr died look-i- ng removed from near Columbia to Rus- related Mr. Henry Miller and his Mr. Cooper spent the afternoon several months, 'his wife and 'son havIdeations' for vth& over several' county last year. brothers, Mr. N M. Tutt, Mr. J. H. "bread line" and he will probably be ing spent the winter in Louisville. sell Judd, and (quite a number of other Mr. Cravens' business is at Atherton-ville.- r. j Our new goods now arriving, a big persons in Adair : county, her 'grand prepared to state definitely by. y j i Jd just where the work will be carried-on- . lot'of tennis shoes at' lowest prices mother being a. Miller. Her father,. He has also been iri communicaDr. Nathan Hancock has returned Call and be convinced. Casey Jones. Mr. J. H. Goff was in Louisville last Mr. Geo. W. Ewing, before he left tion with local bakeries, and an agreefrom Sc Joseph infirmary, Louisville. week; Columbia, was one of the best' known ment with reference to the bread and A Bible School of Methods will be. He states that he left his niece, Mrs. men in Adair county, and at one time Mr. X. C. Hill, Glasgow, was here Geo. W. Lowe, doing nicely. She coffee supply has been practically held at the Christian Church in this" has owned considerable property. . He Thursday. very good appetite, and it is believ-ecTth- at place begining on Monday euening. was a slave holder' before the civil reached. a Mrs. S. P. Miller is in Louisville! she wjll be able to. return June the , seventh, and continuing war,' but after President Lincoln's Mr. Cooper, who is one of the most ndme in a short time.' He'also re three days and nights. Our State proclamation, throwing ofl.;the,yoke magnanimous of men, has always neer this' week. workers will be here and also some of in sympathy with the poor and unforr,. ported . ,the ..condition . of .Mrs. of bondage, it took Mr. E wing's Mrj if; C. Yates, Bradfordsville, was Clarencethat who is in iunate. The "bread line'1 will Page, the infirmary, the Bible School workers from other to pay , his indebtedness, fore be only another ex'em plication here Is Sunday. counties. A full program will appear of was very satisfactory. d andrhe was left a poor man. iii& nature. A large percentage of the later. The school will be for the ber Prof.' A. H. Ballard was in Louis-from this place to Jefferson jproflts fromthe-salef it of all who are interested in Bible a-- . Of his'celebrate&'' 'J TilleJa9tjeeJ;v y do fsnsjiviiu ; V .?-- ,.&.; l,vile soon after the war closed. " School work; and. yeiyeJ fn invitation preparation,? x TsmKc: -- tBtfftediflnef -tvs , . &"Xr 'V vik w...sr : fWft.-CHU TMr. J. L. Parrofct, Louisville,' was to all such workers to attend. hat? s.accompUshing sucniemarkawex. ,. . EGGS FOR HATCHING. , Tiiuraj-,,-,' ii lrfiM u tzajuf' ifc.vrM' fnu 'St hereiast -: i. i: n n x... results in cases.of '.catarrbM stomaeh,. ... ' "w Watch for'Casey"Jones' Ad.rnettt Mr.. G. R. Holt, Campbellsville, was .Hats at your price this week at liver and kidney troublesvwill! bede- . ;.. . - xt. i 7. s.tnat F'havca limited "'liublieF f voted toicharity land.iher;chiWren &' het&Wamk&&4frfr&4y 3S SSS&SHJ "' " " -HKorftf x will arrive this week'ai WleWVahdOtteeggsfoif Sfate? is city, M$pB. F. Chewning spent Saturday If you want to save money on your inducements in prices. from a Tenn strain aclaoommejiting .upon Shjgreat jjp andSfemday at home. hat this week call on Mr G. W. Sta- '?.iWPSter,; ftcni the ' famous (dertakuigMri,Coopertsaysj-jci.v:.ri'Ljl-- .i A large barn which was the properM&Luther Willial ms iiid daughter pies. T" z&i- ty of Senator Robert Allien, Olga, Rus- Shoemaker Dens i i.ne.ijroosterx-ti- Ifep.ffrieline'do'rielrr those' nrnn TXTnDW" , . NeU&f Montpelier, arc? j.-i- i nuw iibiv ': is "c if '"- - i ii !. J irt r iiusell county, was consumed by fire last now nave't'. irom ine ceieoraieu My thoroughbred ir .' ri7 ts Aberdeen . bull is less fortunate than myself, andjgvec3 , M Miss Rose HammoB-.w- ; guest of Jthe Ground, f 1.50. at' th Friday night. It is supposed to have, "Duston" Strain, breatoJlayl (city Es I visit I have invariably ftShowBiir.- Mrs. TenhieSmith last Tuesday night at.the been the work of an incendiary. One gate. Grover Grissom. :Patcel 'PosfT my sympathy for the poor by. penprm- horse and one mule, a cow and farm- Prices $1. for 15.' Mi; J. S. Read, Nashyle, Tennis ing some service at my own personal 15 cts. extra. - W.' E: Harris The Union Mass Meeting will be ing tools went up in flames ! ' witrwier sister, Mrs. r: Y. Hindman. expense that would bring a bit of gen t . Columbia,: Ky; ; held-aVI the Baptist churcHr'Sun-da- y Mr, Sam Lewis returned from a canr,; uine charity directly to them, evening at 7:30. - ,. Met lil visit to ElizabefchtownSon'day nightL' therefore, imagine nothing, among . Special Notice. the' several charitable plans I now Mr. W. A. GarnetfcWade a 'business ; Mr.' J. ,D. Eubank has beeii At the' highest bidder, household have in. mind.; that '"will prove of as trip-triHon. Harvey. Helm -- to be; and kitchen furniture, on the public to Campbellsville last Thursd' By virtue of .an ordinance passed by much benefit as a 'bread line.' The ay:square, Columbia, Ky., county court come postmaster at Cane Valley. the board of trustees of the town of rieci&sdry details connected with the v ' .. i.' A.l. Hurt. in May. , ' i Columbia, at their regular meeting plan will be perfected by me this week.' Mr.'J. Q. Alexander called to see ,' Farmers, from various .sections of 25-'bight, April 6; 1915, theje .will-be-'days Adair report the Columbia merchants a few that wheat' throughout There will be .a singing .the first franchise sold for the" purpose of bp- - Tanlac, the celebrated medicie now ' ' since. ,. .being introduced by Mr. Cooper," .can county is looking' fairly - good: , the i . Sunday in May at Egypt. 2t will be e'rating an electric light1 and' power be: bought in Columbia at Page& Tay-r.- t i sick'-fot Mr,"P. Y. Hutchison,, w.ho was i t fn led' fn the forenoon by R.O. Cabbell plant in said town. Said sale, will take lbr's drug store. TS.3 two week, was able to drive out' Every body who' can walk and ride and others. In the afternoon it will' place on Saturday ithe 24th day. of : next is urged to attend. SchoOKsbhool last Thursday. Sunday. The million mark r must be be led by J. M. Wolford and others. April, 1916, at 2 o'clock'p. m., afj'tlie Mrs. Mary J. McClaiBj w,hQ has been reachedin' Efefitucky. The Carol Crown and,Glorious Refrain. 'RniirnhntiRPfdnnr 'irr- f!nlumhla.'.,i,'R'ta" J..' ;S sicfclpr several months, Remains in a books will be used. Every body invit-e- auuuiiuuiiLury,tu;..-ijut00-1jjiiies( agu -Qf r veryeeble state. An all day meet--, bebt bidder. for cash n hand. At- ji. ki)ui;ft,i ForS(ffirt)j?Brced jarred to at.it 'j; sEt-Qftrsr- : fi;r J i. ;.tehtioniSliereby called 'to the above' Mrs. Eliza Wilson, , whp makes her t$ p), setting. i M. Nat 8riVn. orninance.no.w posted as requjretbobj I homfiin Chicago, 111., is Visiting ill i W II 1 Pope and Pop Strain. , ; .; L law for further narr.ifinlars. Columbia. ' .. n: d Elilprn, Ky. :. ;.... ' l Nat BroWnjwillc!rnake the present firi jairuut: muuuguuicry, i Jv L.i")tf- Ct'.l ti' f Mr. T. J. Rosson, Rugby, who has Chairman Board of Tru'stess,5 fois.-.i-- i. j; Tijjf Dr! Nl'A "'Pamer. Surierintendeut season at roy,barn jthree 'miles South beenquite sick for the"rast six weeks :V " - ,,j'.T.''.ati'l.u i.i L.'rft ,, liv i) of .Town of Columbia. i &i the State of Columbia. Feelp to insure a "l fMLVCtt' 5'i ft of tfeeAtttrsaloon-Leagu- e r, l f Ji" lo u improves very siowjy: Milmy will ing r 'i i j wHlspeakiat 'the Christian church ler, colt. Isame sanif at $7Jack,insure MK W. R. Lyon, .Campbellsville, Notice. place,' to at the ajb 11 o'clock." : J.'.'Press Miller. a living'feolt. and Mr. Geo. Yatesr Bradfordsville, Suqayfpiprping The Famous Duke of Adair will r were here a few day tfgo. f '''fl&itfwfte of krJobe Kearns died make the season of 1915 at my place 1 Mr. E. Mann, a prominent stock Fridayof. last week. The interment Mrs. Vianna Phelps, who was the mile .North of Montpelier, at $10 to iV ThdeMtrkBepstard Po.m-- '' dealer of Creelsboro, spent several days was in the Enas Carter graveyard, widow of the late W. P. Phelps, died insure a living colt 10 days old. Duke of last week in Columbia. i between ..Crocus and Montpelier,, on at Glenville last Tuesday night. She is a fine Registered, Combined Saddle It punctures our pride to try on i Sunday. met with a stroke of paralysis a short and Harness Stallion, and his colts are shoes in the well furnished shoe deMessrs. R. J. Lyon and Jo Hurt were , time before here demise. She was a bringing the top prices. And Black " over from Campbellsville Monday with suddenly taken to Notice. consistent member of the Methodist Hawk, my noted Mule Jack, will partment or to be two fine Maxwell machines. Strayed or stolen from my home Church, and was about sixty years old. mane tne present; season at tne same the hospital with our toes punched Misses Ella Walker and May Stults 4 ago a brown bird dog The interment was in the Stone grave place, at $6 for a horse mule and 37 for through our hose. visited Miss Nell Follis, at Bradfords; about weeks with collar bearing name Dan. Will yard, near Gadberry. a mare mule, 10 days old Hawk is a BUSTER BROWN HOSIERY ville, last Saturday and Sunday. pay'Wr his return. number one Breeder, and second to IS GENUINELY GUARMrs. G. W. Stapi&r-wa- s quite sick I keep on hands a full stock of none. T. E. Waggener, Columbia. V. M. Epperson,' week, but is better, and is now keep all last coffins, caskets, and robes. I also t. ANTEED Montpelier, Ky. 243t , able to be at her place of business. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and against puncture. No necessity for Having received another lot of two hearses. Prompt service night of Mr. E. L. Feese, who is working on y Go to April 25, walking Granite ,ware, we will on Friday Ap- day. the streets or moving in good Residence Phone 29, office the Anderson News, Lawrenceburg. is ' ril 23rd "sell this ware for 49c. This phone 98. 1915. society with at home, with his family, this week. is yo'ur last opportunity to buy this U5-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, The Kentucky Sunday School AssoMr. and Mrs. Arvest Hill apd Miss PUECTURED PRIDE Granite ware at these prices. ' Columbia. Ky. Ad H) . ciation desires to have one million Mollie Flowers, Grady ville, spent last "' ' Flowers & Walker. because of j people in the Sunday Schools of KenWednesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mr. D. E. HatcherJ Democratic can- tucky on April 25, 1915. Therefore Harris. PUNCTURED "HOSE, Gov. McCreary has appointed Judge for the State Senate, will speak all Sunday Schools in Russell County Lowe' went tj Louisvil- George T. Herriford, this place, as a didate Mr. Geo. W. 25c a Pair. to the voters of Adair county, at the are directed and earnestly requested le-last Thursday, to spend several delegate to attend the Southern co'urthouse,ithe first day of the Mav. to secure possible attendCongress which will convene days with Mrs. towe, who is in an oegmumg a& infirmary. at Houston, Texas, May 8. Quite a term oi circuit court, his- opponent, is ance on that date, and immediately o'clock. Mr, Trigg, report to me at Jamestown, Rev. W. F. Hogard is still confined large delegation was appointed from ' invited to be present, and a 'division thereafter Ky., the name of the Sunday School, to his room, but his suffering is not different sections of the State. of time will be accorded him. Every name and P. O. address of the Superso intense. It is hoped that he will There was a double wedding at Ella, body is invited. intendent and Secretary, the number ; soon be out. this county, last Sunday. Mr. Newin attendance en that day, and a free .Mr. S. A. Newbold, of " Louisville, man Tarter was married to Miss EmNotice. will offering from each school, which who has considerable interest in ma Blackburn; Mr. "Virgil Holt to I will immediately forward to headAdair county, was here several days Miss Etwell Williams. Eld. Leslie quarters at Louisville, Ky. I will be away the rest of the week of last week. Bottom 'performed the ceremony. W. S. Knight, attending the K. E. A. at Louisville. Mrs. C. M. Durham, Campbellsville,' President' Russell County Sunday Trustees" who bring in their school Sofiool Associations Red Lex. . . who visited Mr& M. E. Durham and census reportSjVfiU'please take, them Mr. F. H. Durham,. this the family of to the;:Cpuuty Clerk's office and, awear Judge Hernfofdrmjtae an drdeVlast place, has returned home. M jtom'before. .tim or his 'deputy. FriWay. njorn.ing, sending tfiree-- . chil If you want to breed to a first-clas- s Misses Minnie and Mary Triplett,, horse, call at my barn in the Flat Th'eywili'then sign them arid! leave AltikvfM Uaaia nliiimialii rw JkKJXJ iljf KfJ i 01 Mrs. tancyB warriner, iaLTUVC tlW9K.lJ 9V1U if Edna Lewis and' Mr. Tom Patteson Woods," and see one of the D&rbtte&f tr)6M in his'bnlce.''' I "will. get them on dren SmTtt livea'with nrfrtooatfe&'tfe motored to Louisville last1 .Wednesday, ers in Adair county. RespeotfaHy,' riavrwa & CO. toy return. t this 'place, to" the 3Chidrli'ii.Orpriao remaining the rest of the week. F. W. Briiatefcf,J ( I nTjcjDifp HiilWceSuptiA.jgt3. J 2iMt .. "- ,i .iiJtT -.'- -ikkl Dtltll;irIttiJkWJii;v -- for-MIs- s vhb miiik - ?.. 4 Better Than a . .Cn mait-kiga- je - al I.Roads,-JtR,usse- ll and-isnp- w -- Personals. ;'.: to-da- -- land-edjprope- .- Hesre-move- v-i- .y: h--- v '9&!mm&&'& . JCV.-V- 0Wft. i- ij ft- i,.u ). i . M tli . . . .'tan. - ,v! l recdm-mended- by ! y -- 2t r n I I , "t -- '- jk d. o:..;.:."j: ri ) 3 .crzzzr r - ji &B6 I 5 G0ETH r 1 M !lIJuj-wfr..lJ rela-tiveSf- in JXpah, v-ii- -- PUNCTURE r- l a J 1 21-t- 'J-- 1 24-2- Sunday-School-Da- ? the-greate- . - .- RUSSELL - fc "PVWeoii air1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS wwaiupwfe $&'$ifrQfy!JW!:-p!fHw , . He" clung fo building toocupyAblm:'-v-tiMi'a::ct flfor soTnpfiilg fracturetf my sbuii. .tie" Ciien"carrieu A CAREER By DONALD CHAMBERLIN Edward Wilkins was a farmer boy when he was but seven years old showed signs of a towering ambition. Even at that tender age he discerned that, while there were a number of sources of power, the one that covered the widest field was wealth. At any rate, he saw persons living in fine houses and driving about in style, and he not only envied them, but resolved that as soon as he was able to accumulate money it should be the object of bis life. When Edward was fourteen he said goodby to bis father and mother and went to the city to begin a career. Being bright and ready at nil times for work, he found a situation and not only kept it, but advanced rapidly. As he grew older there was no desire in Mm for money in itself, but for the power and prominence It would give him. Except for the first few years he spent in the city, be did not accumulate by saving. The fortune that came to him was the result rather of daring operations, for which lie seemed to have a genius. After awhile Edward Wilkins bad accumulated so much money that it seemed impossible he should ever be poor. His safety lay in having so much capital that he could carry through any scheme he undertook. If be wished to buy all the corn in the country and hold it at bis own price he was able to do so. Did he choose to buy a railway he could first depress the stock, then purchase it and hold It at bis own valuation. Wilkins had no desire to exercise the power his wealth gave him. He was content with knowing that he possessed it He did not care for political preferment; he took no interest in influencing the course of the government. When the great financier was forty years of age he had reached the sum mit of his ambition. He hud acquired enormous power through his wealth, "but since the exercise of that power would give him no enjoyment he had come to the end of his desire. He was like Alexander, who complained there were no more kingdoms to "who ecause and lie moved in he seemed lost In it quarter of a mile away and. flung it It was big enough for a hundred fami- Into another excavation. Before taklies, and there was only himself to ing me from the house he put on my use it hat and cloak, and thus it appeared to One day when he felt ill and tired those who found my unconscious body and lonely he concluded to go to the next morning that I had been coming farm. He hnd not been there in many home the niehr before and fallen into years. The xiew in front qf the house the pit. As to his wife, he gave he had always loved, and be sat down and brought the police and madt-ou- t on the little porch to look at it that it was a case of suicide. While Then he remembered his dream. he was fast asleep as he claimed, He never left this place of his birth. stolen to the window and leapert In a few weeks he died. to her death His story went, and it was several month'' hefore there was any contradiction. X had a fractured skull, fcraln fever and pneumonia and for weeks and weeks lay as one dead. When mended my memory was confused, and tut-alar- sin-ha- d WITNESS TO THE DEED QUAD Copyright. 1914. by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate. By M. I At ItsPrice, $695, theWorld's Greatest Automobile Value The nd Maxwell Has on ng conquer. When an active brain tires of what has occupied and fed it there comes a. craving for something to take its place. One such person will spend years building a sumptuous residence, which is more likely to be a sepulcher than a home. Another will turn an thor, taking comfort In giving to the world theories for which It has no use. Wilkins, now that he had reached his goal in half a lifetime, began to wonder what would be the end of the other half. After a continued rise to the summit would he descend again to end his career in the valley? One thing he had lived long enough to recognize. Life appeared to him a constant shifting. Nothing seemed to endure unless it was inanimate, and even that, though slowly, was continually changing it3 form. There were mountains where there had been valleys and valleys where, there had been mountains. Cities had been buried for centuries, forgotten, then uncovered to serve as curiosities. Whole sections of land had slid down into the sea and passed out of sight. What would become of his great fortune? He knew that after his death it would pass back into the great ocean of wealth. But would he retain it for the rest of his life? Now that he had achieved it he no longer valued it and cared not so much what was to become of it as what was to become of lilm. Enough to give him the ordinary comforts essential to old age was all he desired. But that much was of great moment to him. One night be dreamed a vivid dream. He dreamed that he returned to the farm and was a boy again. Yot he possessed all the experience he had acquired. His ambition was gone. He said to himself: "Here I am, and here I wish to remain. My body is not as it was, full of life. It is tired. All I desire is rest." It was a strange dream, this old spirit in a young body. It made a marked impression on him at the time, but gradually passed out of his mind with other forgotten things. When Wilkins found that he had attained his desire he bethought himself what he could do to replace the object Le had lost Like many other rich men under similar circumstances, he decided to build himself a magnificent residence. He bad long owned the farm on which be had been born. His father and mother had died there, and he had no use for the place. So the house was shut up and the land left unfilled, though be gave orders that the bouse and fences should be kept in repair. The farm marked Ms beginning; the palace he was about to build would mark Ms end. He spent a year on designs for Ms residence, then began to build. Four years passed, and it was sot finished. J4eed, be did ,npt wish It flnlsbed. months before w!i Hero's the car that has all the features of a $1,000 car, and story and pin trie police on the track. Long nefore that Dyson had married the widow and sailed for America, New 1915 Model 17 New and though efforts were made to find My mistress in Uainsboro road bad him nothing came of them. Never did Sims real high-tensimagneto ; sliding gear transmission ; lost a 5 note in the bouse, and the a roan deserve the hangman's rope left-hadrive; center control, anti-ski- d tires on rear, and all high-pric- ed more, and yet if living today he is free thief was the parlor maid. .1 knew it car features. The easiest car in the world to drive. ' three months and has no fear of the law. from her actions, and REAL, autoA great big, handsome, powerful, swift-runniA MAN AND HIS WORK. after I left the houe she was caught mobile. The greatest hill climber in the world. in a similar offense and owned up to the first theft However, the crime Without Interest In the Task Efficiency The car that has set the whole country talking. Is Never Attained. was laid on me. and because 1 made With electric starter and electric lights $55 extra. indignant and perhaps impudent proA man's luck is as hard as adamant I was flung out of the house at if be is not In love with the work he test SO half an hour's notice and refused a does as with a maid he woos. It Is a was idle for the next miserable thing to care for one's oceu character. three months. The first thing demand- pation merely because it shuts out the ed when I applied for a place was a "thoughts that burn like irons if you character. As soon as it was learned think." Any trade or profession you that I had none it was useless to' talk could name is a poor affair if it Is but a time killer, a stop gap, an opiate, the further. It was for this reason that finally paid a fee to an intelligence ballast of the dirigible life. You hear office in Margate street and was at a man start his work with a faint tap length sent for to take a place at gen- at a clock stroke, and you hear him eral housework. It was an old man drop it with a loud thud at another named D.vmiu who wanted me. He clock stroke, and you know his soul was willing to take me without a and his brain are not alive in the thin;; character because lie would have to that he is doing. Why? A thousand s pay wages and because, as he men are a thousand reasons why. Any man who can be accurately stig. grimly :ihStrted. there was nothing lying aroum! in his house for me matized as efficient (dreadful wordh brings all of himself to the task in to steal. As we sat face to face him up as mean and penurious, hand. He brings not merely his sixth sizei but Idid not see any evil in him. He sense and his fourth dimension to beir had an aged and infirm wife, he told on his concerning handful, but every bit of vital electricity in the storage me. and I would be the only servant It was not for me to pick and choose. batteries of his whole being. When he 1 must have a place and hold it ,long has done his level best he is, as we enough to get a character again. I ironically say, "played out," and he i" went with him miles and miles out on supposed to take a rest, which may as the Holborn road, and we at last ar- sume the form of harder labor than rived at the cheaply built and cheap ever in a wholly different field of enIXCOR PORATED looking cottage he occupied. It was a deavor. place devoid of almost all conveniences In fact, the man who has formed the CAMI'I!ELL1.VILLLE, KENTUCKY. and had been selected for its cheap habit of work is never happy to be idle putrihntorc for Taylor, Green and Adair Counties. rent I found the old wife deaf, almost It is no use to extend to him the pros blind and palsied, and it was apparent pect of complete hiatus in the name of a vacation. The program of the null that she had no care whatever. I soon had evidence that he was in and void would assure him an acute love with a widow in the neighborhood, uneasiness. There is a saying that nr. or at least he desired to be free so that ture abhors a vacuum. So does a real he could marry her. My natural im- live man, the son of nature. Philadel pulse on finding out how he felt toward phia Ledger. his wife was to flee the. house, but I have explained how I was situated, o Pointers For Youth. In the course of a couple of weeks Don't get your ideas of married life he declared that the cellar was full of altogether from the comic weeklies rats and gave me money and command- young man. Mothers-in-laed me to buy arsenic. He recommend are often affable ed me to go to a store miles away a"nd Sometimes they leave you money. to say that I wanted it for my comA bride frqeuently knows how to plexion and to give my own name. 1 .nake biscuit went to a drug store only two blocks And If she doesn't It is not absoaway and gave his name, and. when he lutely impossible to secure a cook. discovered this he was highly indig- Don't believe all you read in the funnant for a day. and I rather expected ny magazines. Louisville Courier to be thrown out However, in the Journal. course of three or four days he develTHREE TOASTS. oped another plan. After coaching the old wife he left me alone with her for the first time, and she begged me to Giant Strides In Fixing the Boundarien get her some laudanum for toothache of Our Country. and not to mention the matter to him. At a dinner party given by AmeriIt was easy to tell that she had been cans residing in Paris some years ago coached what to say, and 1 refused to there were proposed sundry toasts conrillryeed buy the drug. A few days later as 1 cerning not so much the past and was preparing her a soup I had to leave present as the expected glories of tho the kitchen for a minute. When I re- - great American nation. In the gen- turned the soup was giving out a i eral character of these toasts geo- strange odor, and being satisfied that graphical considerations were very her husband had poisoned it I, of ' prominent and the principal fact Lustre-Finis- h course, threw it away. He scolded . which seemed to occupy the minds of my waste, but when I looked j the speakers was the unprecedented about him squarely in the eyes he dropped his bigness of our country. You can give new life to old i and had no more to say. "Here's to the United States," said had been with the Dysons five years the first speaker, "bounded on the furniture and scarred floors I when the climax came. The old wo- - north by British America, on the with Hanna's Lustro-Finish- ". man was holding her own if not get south- by the gulf of Mexico, on the one stains and varnishes ting better, and the husband's impa- - east by the Atlantic and on the, west ihings application. Makes all tiencc had a savage edge to it Their by the Pacific ocean.' bedroom was on the north side of the "But" iaid the second speaker, "this lustrous and beautiful. Get a house. All along on that side was a Is far too limited a view of the subcan today and it. d.ap excavation for a factory. ject In assigning our boundaries we fuAt 30 o'clock one night 1 lay wonder- must look to the great and glorious Sold by ing if he really meant to take her life ture, which is prescribed for us by the and how he would finally accomplish manifest destiny of the Anglo-Saxo- n it, when I heard a half suppressed race. Here's to the United States. scream from his room. I got softly out bounded on the north by the north of bed and went to the farther door, pole, on the south by the south pole, and, looking through a crack, I saw on the east by the rising sun and on that the window was up and that he the west by the setting sun." "See America at Last" will be At Burlington, Kentucky, the stood before it with his wife In his Here the third speaker arose, a very arms. She was hanging on-t- him with serious gentleman from the far west third trial of Gus Stephens ior the order during the approaching fingers of steel and making a great "If we are going," said this truly season for the wealthy drones of struggle. I heard him breathing heavily American, "to leave the history the killing of Joseph Kells, rethe East who have neyer been and snarling and growling as he past and present and take our maniacquittal. tore her fingers loose, but 1 did not fest destiny into account why restrict sulted in an West of the Hudson. know what be planned to do till of a ourselves witMn the narrow limits assadden he staggered to the open win- signed by our fellow countryman who Olive Oil Flesh Builder dow and flung her out She screamed has Just sat down? I give you tho One of thebest known and most reliable as she went to her death, and in my Thtited States, bounded on the north tissue buildeis. fright 1 echoed the scream. I remem- by the a'urora borealis, on the south by Olive Oil ber the man rushing across the room the procession of the equinoxes, on Tonight Emulsion at me, of Ms dashing open the door, of 'the east by 'primeval chaos and on the containina HiivovhorvhiUs PhilIt will act us' a laxative in the Ms striking me down, and, then came west by the day of Judgment" is both a Ccsh builder and r.cro tonic. rnerni-- g darkneaa which lasted for weeks. He adelphia Press. Pleasant to take. Easy to digest. fcad jtruckjne with a pjeco.of Iron and Paull Drug Co. Paull Drug C. Jt 1 seven told my Features Holds the Road at Miles an Hour 1 1 U'j-- 1 :BUOH:Nr.A.:sr, lyoin" co. w I These 4lAigTOWftf S Haima's It i - i i at try Jeffries Hardware Store Columbia Ky; o pa-triot- ic !Z6xa&L THE ADAIR COUNT Tarter. NEWS Pyrus. i says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Xy., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly-able It Always Helps are having some fine farmThe warm weather is putting ing weather at this writing and a new appearance on the wheat farmers are taking advantage of and grass. it. A. Hunn was in this communWe Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER PAULL DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. HK8 PHONE 3B. to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give T. W. Wheat was in Columbia ity last week hunting sheep and on business, last Monday. cattle. OFFICE FBOM QlffDtJI The Woman's Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has b.een helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Esq. W. 6. Shepherd attended T. A. Chastine is running Ike HENRY W. DEPP, the Fiscal Court last week. Dickerson saw mill, near DENTIST this week. Messrs. Willie Wheat and Jim Shepherd attended a singing at Harrison Parson, of Kemp, Am permanently located in Co Poplar Grove last Sunday. died last week. He was laid to lumbia. Mil'-tow- n, L. T. Wheat visited relatives rest in the Orr graveyard. He in Taylor county a few days ago. was a good man. The writer exMrs. Murray Parnell (nee Miss tends sympathy to the bereaved All Classes of Dental work done. Crow Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed lagtMiitataatatataa Special Notice Greensburg, Ky. Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick and satisfactory fence. NOTE THE PRICE. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. hieh Price 15c Get a Bottle Today! Mattie Roberts, of Springfield family. 111., is visiting relatives at this Erail Parson and family visitplace. ed George D. Vance last SaturMrs. J. L. Shepherd is report- day night. Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store J. B. ' Stone J. H. Ston'e 164 ed very ill at this writing. Elbert Nell and Charlie MorJohn Tyre, the picture man, rison were at W. S. Picketts, on was through this part last week. business, last week. Nat White has .opened a line Miss Lula Keen got married to of groceries at the D. B. White Mr. Allen Stephens last Wednesday. Mr. Manny Kemp, wife old stand. wedW. T. and J. F. Robertson, and daughter attend sd the who have been enlisted Stone ' I & Stone, Attohev-At-La- w Will practice in this ! and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky Woodson Lewis in the ding. ii. H. JOflES Vtflnaty Surgeon and DentUt ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building; PHONE M6.7N W. S. Pickett and wife visited U. S. army for the past three years, returned home a few days at Alvin and T. J. Rossons last Saturday night and Sunday. ago. Miss Mary Montgomery is in " " " " " 7 " 6 6 9 6 9 " " 26 32 32 39 39 "" " 18c 8 8 9 9 " " " " " " 11 " " " "" "" "" "" " " " 20c 18c Sluggish Liver Need Attention. Let your Liver got torpid and you T. G. White has moved to W. are in for a spell of misery. EveryG. Shepherd's farm. body gets an attack now and then. There will be an all day sing Thousands of people keep their Liver ing at White's school house the active and healthy by using Dr. King's New Life Pills. Fine for the stomach the fourth Sunday in this month. too. Stop the Dizziness, Constipation Every body invited. Biliousness and Indigestion. Clear the blood. Only 25c. at Paul! Drug A base bsil! team has been orCo Ad. ganized at this place and it is A from Kokoma, Ind. , among relatives of this part. Aunt Tiny Nelson visited at for a stay aunt Martha Pafnell to-day. W. T. OTTJLE TT 4nORXXY-AT-IA- ff COLUMBIA. KESTDCKY1 Will Practice In all'theJCourts 0!fice:-- ln RollinlHurfsIOffic Residence Phone-1- B Business Pho el3l " " " 22c 20c now ready to play any neighbor- KnUiey. DR. J. N. MURRELL r " ing team. Rev. Bottom conducted a se- sizes at fair prices. We have 30,000 rods faction guaranteed as Price. I ries of meetings at the last week. school-hous- e Celebrated Thornhill your money back."- k of Shoes and Cloth- prices. ir in Europe Splendid for Rheumatism. "I think Chamberlain's Liniment is justs splendid for rheumatism," writes Mrs. Dunburgh.Eldridge N. Y. "It has been used by myself and other members of xnj family time and time again during the past six years and has always given the best or satisfaction." The quick relief from pain which Chamberlain's Liniment affords is alone worth times the cost For Ad. sale cy Paull Drug Co. A DENTIST Farmers are well advanced with their work owing to the Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTdg fine weather during March. up Stairs. Several attended County Court - Kentucky from this section the first Mon- Columbia, day on account of there being so as an Splendid Offer. e on Anything Pure and Barrels Full. i, only 90c. D. Crenshaw SURGEON er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, one year, Farm and Fireside, semiMagamonthly, one year; zine, monthly, one"year; and Poultry Pointers, monthly, oue year, all for S1.C5. This is the best offer ever made by this office, and all who want reading matter should send their subscriptions to this office at once. To-day'- For the next thirty days we will furnish The Adair County News one year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir- VETERINARY Ap English steamer carrying American relief supplies to the Belgians was sunk in the North Sea by a German submarine. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. From a small beginning the sale and use of this remedy has extended to all parts of the United States and to vWp scial Attnetin to Eyes SDavin or anv anr lo. Poll-evi- l. work done at fair prices. I am fixed to take care of stock, lion loe when work is done or stock aved from stableB. ITION NEAKEI 10UES' flNIWRSVILLE 1EJI1ENCE STIEET. When you many foreign countries. of such 2 medicine give have,need Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial Aunt Bettie Knifley, 87 years and you will understand why it has so popular for coughs, colds old, is very low at this writing. become and croup. For sale by Paull Drug Ad. Co. Mr. Ben Hoviua andMiw Myr-- many land sales. Messrs. Thomas, Sidney,, and John Chelf and families, of Okla. have been at the bedside of their mother Mrs. W. P. Dunbar, for the past two weeks. Our telephone line from this place and Watson is nearing com pletion, the poles are all up and the wire will be strung in a few days. Ruf us Feese accidentally cut his knee very badly with an ax a few days ago. Mr. J. L.Feese, of Green county, was at his father's, G. R Feese, last Sunday. David Harden who has been using water from Dry Ridge, Grant county, is on foot again Elbert Walker, of Roley, visited his brther C. E. Walker at Watson Sunday. Miss Flossie Arnold spent last Sunday with Miss Lillie Wheeler. Born to the wife of Nolen Jones, April, 5; a girl. Mother and baby doing well. m Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly All kind3 of Rubber Tires put on. Specis Prices right and done. attention to Horse Shoeing. satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot PHONE NO.: 73 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky. tie Perkins married Apr. 6. afc the bride's parents, Mr. add Mrs. W. H. Perkins. Mrs. W. J. Bottom, of 111., ar- rived Wednesday to be at the bebside of her sick mother. Mrs. W. P. Dunbar, who has been quite sick, is improving. f Mrs. H. B. Ingram, of Colum- bia, was visiting her daughter Mrs. Ella Gose a few days last week. po ppg xoq rt 053 en & 'ream tpira jays ptre ojopq, C vjsdadsAa 00 v &B? o? aratfi psstAps 31 paXbrtra iipai JSAaxx pjan nnr 001, tan I !!& mi Paull Drug C. Kfec-,- 8 1 1 THE ADAIR- - COUNTY NEWS Jfiradyville. German-submarine s i ises, by erecting a fine feed barn prohibition. Those who have ob- prohibition among the masses. gan has been sunk by - a .. served the'operatibn of M'iirea-en- t $nis' proceeds either from insinin the North Sea. Taw; know thatitf::,'srwh'Sl, cerity or from a failure to touch Eleven men of her crew of twen-- 1 ' ' Ttfat Walker, of Columbia, called. greatly tcf hisconvenieiices as inadequate in controlling' the the public pulse. I travel over saved. Four steam in to gee us one day the first of well as looWWhis home. Our town continues to improve traffic in' liquor. .This is'true'for quite a number of counties in trawlers flying the flag of Holthe week. ,fc -: Western Kentucky, and meet land, have been seized by Gerof having three two reasons. g We can boast Wesley Dowell was in Greens-burs First: Under a recent ruling of with the people publicly and in man and taken into general stores.' with an last Friday. millinery store and two the Court of Appeals a dealer in their homes and places of busi- Cuxhaven. The fruit crop is not killed in groceries stores, with ice cream wet territory can ship any quan- ness, and I know that a large It was announced in the House this section. tity of whiskey He desires into majority of the people want of Commons y that the Britand soft drinks. Strong Hill is putting in a State-wid- e dry territory provided it is prohibition, and they ish casualties from the beginJ. F. Pendleton, of Greens-burgrist mill near Nell. labled ' The drinker in dry want it now. It is alaettled con- ning of the war to April 11 was in our midst a few territory can order all he wishes viction with them that now is amounted to 139,347 men. Mr. and Mrs. Arvest Hill will days and reports a good market and' store it where he chooses the time to strike, and they are locate permanently in Columbia for tobacco at his town. A Growing Business. in-short time. . about his premises, provided he going to follow the party and the Mr. Hicks, one of Greensburgs complies with the law regarding man who promises to give it to ' Quite a number of oar citizens lumber men, spent The Lewisburg (Ky.) Leader a few Sincerely, attended Fiscal Court in Colum- - several days in our city and com- labeling. ' This puts .the county them. days ago contained the following of T. L. Hulse. bia several days of last week. munity, last week, looking after which has voted dry, absolutely interest here: at the mercy of the county that The Buck Brand Overall factory loQuite a number of good mule his interest that he has in lumis wet, and renders their" dry The Adair County News seeks cated in Lewisburg, was eight years colts in this section this spring. ber in this section. Messrs. Durelection virtually null and void. the right solution of all public old the 26th of March and has grown Quite a lot of young chickens ham & Hicks have two saw mills Second: It puts the better el questions. By reference to an and prospered beyond the most san- in this community. Mrs. D. C. near this place, cutting lumber guine hopes of its promoters since it ement of people in the wet coun- editorial on our second page, our was first established Wheeler has over 150, for them at this time. at Bradfords-villquesties at the mercy of the rabble. position on the State-wid- e Marion county, eight years ago, Miss May Hughes, of EdmonThe Adair County Spoke Co. only sixteen machines. Take Christian county as an ex- tion is given. with ton, visited Misses Ora and Mai-li- e will begin business here next The factory was moved to Lewisample. We have approximately Moss, of our city, several days Monday. We will all be glad to DEVELOPMENTS IN burg in July, 1911, and the number of 85,000 voters. Of this number of last week. hear the humming of the saws 3500 machines increased to 30. It was soon are negroes. We had a lo WAR SITUATION. found that this number was too small . Joel Rodgers was in once more. col option election last year unfor the business and last Saturday, on busiMrs. J. D. Walker, of Colum- der the new law. The men ' who added. These Failure of the Russian attempt twelve ness. bia, was the guest of Mrs. C- 0. pay the taxes and support all the ara.of the latest and most to invade Hungary was anMiss Mollie Flowers is teach- - Moss, one day last week. great business enterprises of the nounced' by the German War it was found cng a music class in our city at , .Messrs. A. B. Henderson and county voted dry, but the net: e building occupied and that ?.; Office v The statement. is made rA f this time; . ownWftbjtethe oompany, 32x100, was R. S. English, who took, the con- - groes and a few "hundred that the .effort, rof the Russian an addition of 30x50 .Several' oJ6ur farmers have tractj.to build the new school whites "Voted 'wet' and army .from Przemysl .to. force the tooallrand feet'was completed this week. Sever&ttn planting corn for the past buildin&and take down the old carried the election. So you see1 Lupkow and East:: Dukla .passes, al new machinpjilafrive next Mon( weki-bone known as the Montgomery, iMaMhee'bW who eonstttiite ,mj rj S33 and' that its' day running the" number up to .fifty. wias, society-'-wn- o, who has biensick school house near ! thelb'ackBone? of' "'"J. T. Rose, attacks at several. 'points along with an output of titty dozen pairs of Buck Brand ovgfcall.per dayr, :, , , edius, that the old building was contribute the moral and finanwith ror the' past "week this front, resulted in defeat with J. C. Yates, presitjedtx of ;the comthroat trouble, is-- - improving ?ah (Pne.of the mos$ cpmplete build cial wealth, and from whom' the heavy'osses.(iiIn. consequence, it pany, is and has bau. from the begini&fia time. ings that they ever had anything county gets everything that' is is said the attacking power of the ning, the chelf promoter and pusher . ,. to do with. The building was ". of the concern, lie is the salesman on .worth while in its life these Russians has 'Mrs'. Curt Yarberry, of Cane .lessened visibly: on the road, dtid the factory has not Valley, visited her parents here put together with pins from- be- people must be dictated to on Although official reports from been up with the, orders since last ginning to end. Mr. Henderson this question, by the irresponsiAugust. Mivi. t. Browning, factoa ew days of last week. Petrograd conceded no such ry manager, 'iays says,, the building could have ble element, and under the presto'''Mr. John Lowe, the shoe man of they indicate the Russian Yates' excellent that is.due while salesmanship, been moved anywhere without ent law they .rirast sitJ still, "for Columbia, called to see us on his advance has been brougnt virtu- Mr. Yates delareS It is because of the ' Sulphur Well last the least fear of it ever coming there is absolutely no remedy. ally to-- halt. .The Russian War extra quality of Buck Brapd goods. eetntra from The Buck Brand people to, pieces. . . This'state of things constitutes a Office says "slight progress" was, ment to a large bunch of give employre&k. people, Who condition' which is intolerable made.-neaare well paid and satisfied. The work3feo. E. Nell, wife and sons TJusok Pass and a' ' ing conditions are of the State-wid- e $N $PY0CATE OF . and make's 'prohibi- counter-attac- k stf sited their relatives in the Nell at Koziowa by the and the sewing rooms are1 best ' tion an absolute necessity. Our r and sanitary. r community, last Saturday and go qo forces failed. Ky1,.vApr 19- - - only hope" for relief is in this, for can not say; too rfaatich The Leader jjTgHopkinsville, Sundajv'. The German reoorLi speaking of for this factory and its hustling man' 'law is inade- j thefGountfy Unit 4 3 1 gditOjt Adair, County Ne,ws: rwu :fW uajro ui - ;&; A,; 'Iozio wajffighj;,(ii asserts tfhe agement, and onlyr.wis.h wahad more ouu naiiu "Hue icn Russians weEesrepulHsd with.! sucn institutions. dMnIasteek-put- ': quitea ffl? 3(ina recent; issue of. your paper.ti H 31? tlgnotijje.that you quote withr"ap- fPAgaffiWSfet Mr?!ryari ffi .large Joss.esi.saThe Russian., fetilhce lif'the looks5 of oufrow? tE&feBfk&St W MraSfifiF barenteapproyal the statements fiirther aarcrop of wheat and grass. E$itQrrJ3pmmers' regarding" thpl ifiS85 fflillfioSt ascaaBle 'Rrpgr.ess.Tiji $iftCaipathia;ns; ;ex-' fMfs8'fois6nen:Nellr iffBdmi JYifldomofijnjecting the issue 'of JfirHHWaW ane-thmkffl 'Qepta.yzspPas. vps y.ia'3-A4vicepaywtth Edgar Dfdulev into thej ftr&feBffiffl atn&tit prbhibitidn ha ve.bsens received in spent last Satpresent campaign. I noticed this' ln'Ibwa, would it not be equally Rome.rpm i SalgnikLvthatfthe ' urday and Sunday itf- - ouF-cftwith surprise and regret, because, goodin'KeritUfcky? They croak1 in the .war of ARuma- .RevW. C. 7Christfe held'tnti in common with a large number about the democratic principle of nia appears to be imminent. It (Quarterly services at Breeding self' government. What is said the Rumanian army is' of other subscribers I should be local last Saturday, on account of the greatly disappointed to see the about the"voice of the people?" well equipped and ready for inillness of the Presiding Elder, News take the wrong side in this Is it not according the democrat- stant action. John Holladay was calling on conflict. ic principles and practice to sub. Operations along the Western tils friends in our town, a day or Those who pause to think, will mit every question to the people front once more are nearly at a so of last week, agree that Mr. Sommers i3 not as the final court of appeal? This standstill. The vigorous counter W. L. Fletcher bought last looking at this question as a is all we ask in this matter. Give offensive of the Germans ff?ejc from Silas Cain, one mule statesman, but as a partisan. all the people 'a chance to say ose11e in - the . M e us jor$100. A good serviceable mule. The man who considers the suc- .what they want, arid then let district apparently attacked the 'Our old 'friend and neighbor, cess of his party to be the matter the majority rule. Tbe'ihan who French initiative. Sifcns of in Harvey- of Breeding, of greatest importance may be a opposes that is flyihgvinfthe face creasing activity in Belgium and William called in to see' "us one day last good partisan, but he is not nec- - of' the principles arid history of Northern France, which, in con "' junction with the week, while 'visiting his sister, essarally ar patriot or statesman democracy. v party or.the 1Mb.1 EBryanrsis &a far i; seeing battle, were regarded as a possi- Mrs;J."'H. Moore", near here.1 The question for the i i tfatf i tii j j Mr. Harvey is riot enjoying good individual to ask, is-- what is best Statesman anff Die preiuae to tne for the whole people, 'and then fingeYoriFlEeublic plsHe5n3 general ortensive, are no longei health at. this time. stand fpr that thing whether suc; has 'flisdo'vefed tha thi isr nvo t apparent. n 'M?. J. Cager Yates, the cess or failure crown your efforts. bnlWhat the people heed, " but ' Four overall man of attacks by the Frenor go isMhat Uh'ey want: fife' would It is far better for a party-tare mentioned in. the Berlin War ville, stopped over night with down to temporary defeat con- have it incorporated-ir- i the plat-- 'i Office statement this'old uncle, Charles H.; last and all tending for a righteous cause, form of his party, notconly be- are said to, have resulted in fail-'Friday night. Mr. Yates re' than to win momentary success cause it is 'best for 'the people, ure. THe; Paris statement, how-ports a fine business. but because he- knows that no ever, asserts .that in the Aillyj in support of wrong. W. C. Yates, of Portland, was ' The temperance forces of the party can hereafter' achieve per-wopj, a section of ground 400 looking after )here state have fought valiantly .for maueuuauicaa which arrays it fa jiambs, for future delivery at a !.. ?l nu .:ytwj. ijupiui)ac out JKspvi. self atfainst'what , ktmmJ cney lae uounty umc law, .good price. tim'thai one. inUe was ' Dr.L. C. Nell has- made some "soniiSSnf'bf eaea&a.-bWd-nl fhatth9re fs nfr wiaepeaa4F6l23i&'el ot h r rw:' general-deman- d inice improvements on his prem The British steamer Ptarmi- ty-twow- ere up-to-da- te war-ship- to-da- pro-oer- ly g; a up-to-da- te e, Camp-bellsvil- le, rapidly-Throwin- g mort-werif- c ma-chin- es - -- "- r'--- "-- !irres-porisib- le' -- ; ' : not-successfu- Bliss,'-'inform-- -o- r-so5 . - -- e-yerses, a -- r STATE-WID- E. 'well-lighte- d I ; Austro-German.- -c 'f te ! -- s, s -- Skate-wjdftjprohibitio- m y -- e-- M - v Meuse-MoBel- lc , Kg-H- as long-niscusse- a; -- well-know- -- to-da- y, - last-Friday, . M.S J.m A ,M A hxmR&msm - V&mVW:! mMScUmmmfSi'v fpr'-StaW-wM- fw . e flftpo jnsA! op- - t jtt-"'T VTV & s W KT:H3