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The Adair County news: April 28, 1915 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1915 ada1915042801_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: April 28, 1915 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 4 i s ) fJr AJ j$ H B" t .K .' -- VK- - jj K r- -l V v " J a " ' - w VOLUME XVIII ft COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 28, ,1915. NUMBER 26 SELF-CULTU- traded RE and High School An- - Wearing the Century Mark. Mrs. Nancy Acre, who lives Jtwo miles beyond Boy, Adair county, will be one hundred years old the 10th day of May. She is in fairly) good health, and she wants as many friends to call and.see;her on that day: It is.saicthat.she,can tell many interesting stories of events, of long agp. She ha'd .two brotherswKb lived to be. over one hundred the last .one dying .three years ago at 102'. r of-he-r . Fruit Prospects. learn from our exchanges that the prospects for an abundant fruit-- ; crop are very flattering. Some State paperf we read say that there lias not been a better prosfect for an all, round .fruit season f or many ...years. There are different reports from farmers of Adair county. , While some report that the peaches are. greatly damaged, others ay that the trees will break down with the luscious fruit. We -- Surprise Dinner. V CLUB ORGANIZED. nouncements. Mrs. Coleburn, of Birmingham, Makes Instructive Talk to the Members. Along felt wanh in our city seems to have been fulfilled in the organiza- REPORT OFTHE. CONDITION tion, last Friday evening, of the OF THE "Twentieth.' Century Club," by Mrs. Coleburn, State organizer, in the parlors of the beautiful home of Mrs. Geo. W. Staples. BANK OF COLUMBIA The organizer's talk was rich and pr6-- f use with instructive ideas. These Doing Business at Town of Columclubs have already been organized in bia, County of Adair, State of many states and also in many counKentucky, tries abroad. One of the main purposes of the club is to carry the moth- At the Close of Business on the 15Th Day of Apr. 1915. er thought into all that concerns or Self-culture Wednesday evening, April. 28th Play given by Grade pupils-afGyparia sium. Admission 25 and 15. cents.. Sunday 11. a. m.f May Baccalaureate, sermon by Rev. C. Turner at Bap. tist church. Tuesday evening, May 11th, .8 p'.'m. Class Day Exercises at Gymnasium. Thursday evening, 8 p. m., May 13 Commencement, Baptist church. c ' A Card. ; t touches- childhood in home, school, - church or state, to raise the standard Loans and Discounts ot home life and'brfng into closer re- Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured Bonds and lation the home and school, so parents Stock.from Banks other Securities Due intelli- Cash on hand and teachers may gently In the education of the child. Checks and other cash In the course of study will be taken items up the very best methods of develop- Banking house, Furniture and ...:.... ing all sides .of a childslife into broad fixtures Total. and useful fields of manhood and LIABILITIES. womanhood that it must meet handiCapital stock paid in, in capped Ijy lack of early training. The ....:;. cash.. club in Columbia was organized with Surplus. t. :. Fund..., quite a number, of members and it is Undivided Profits. le&3 exhoped that there will be many more penses and taxes paid v to give their membership into this Deposits .subject to check helpful and wonderful work that has DueBanks and Trust Companies taxes accomplished so much for others and Reserve forTotal te RESOURCES. 168j697 99 2'523 83 3 500 42 23 603 53 11 284 17 1 514 13 & Summers millinery store. All kinds his sincere thanks to the, people of tempting delicacies for Sunday dinof Columbia-anvicinity who?; so lib- ner at very reasonable prices. erally traded with him during the two years he was in the grocery busiA car load of 10-- Fertilers just re- ness. He came to this place a stran- ceived. Ray Flowers. ger and he now believes he has many; warm friends in the community, and There will be a base ball game at their friendship he hopes to main- Lindsey-Wilso- n Park, between L. W. tain. He will continue to live in Co- T. S. and St. Mary's college May 1st. lumbia, but is undecided as to the Admission 25c business he will engage inr i Chandler.& Moss 4 - Mr. W. E. McCand less.deslres'to-retur- n The Ladies of the Presbyterian church will have a sale of good things to eat on Saturday May 1st atEubank It was decided by the members of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist church on the regular meeting day for this month, Tuesday after the 3rd Sunday, to give their beloved President, Mrs. Bettie Atkins, a surprise dinner in honor of her approaching birthday. The quests, began to assemble about eleven q'clock, and a very cordial welcome was extended them by Mrs. Hynes, the hostess, whose hospitable home seemed an especially appropriate place for the occasion. The bountiful and delicious luncheon was served at one time to the following: Mrs. Bettie Atkins, Mrs. Lou Atkins, Miss Mabel Atkins, Mrs. J. H. Pelley, Mrs. Simpson. Mrs. Geo. Stevenson, Mrs. John Sandusky, Mrs. K. R. Moss, Mrs. Hynes, Margaret Hynes, Misses Mollie and Lou Ella Garrison, Mrs. Geo. Wilson, Mrs. Joe Rosenfield, Mrs. JohnN. Murrell, Mrs. Mary Caldwell, Mrs. Tom Stults, Mrs. C. M. Russell, Katherine Russell, Mrs. W. T. McFarland, Mrs. Sam Breeding and Mrs. J O. Russell. Special Notice' For iaie. After the repast was heartily enjoy- 2.000 00 129 17 ed, awhile was very pleasantly passed All peisons owing the late firm of Two good milch cows, one fresh, the in a social way, followed by an interesting meeting of the society. The Nell & McCandless ' are requested to other will be in a few weeks. honored President seemed very happy & Hill and call at the store of Nell t J. Press Milier. and in a most beautiful and touching payment The old. Jijrm's. outmake manner, tendered thanks and express standing business must be settled; Play at Graded School Gym. ed appreciation for the glad surprise. Nell & McCandless. 26-2- . 130 000 00 $33 000 00 1 -. Mr. Arvest Hill, who W. E McCandless'- one-ha- lf The higher grades of the Columbia Why you Will bought Mr. interest Graded school will give a play at the Mc- Choose an Ausco Kodak? . 3 632 30 ,'U8 225 68 in the grocery store of Nell & Candless is iness, now-'a- t his place of bus- 1271 19 ; which places our city among those of 218 129 17 Born, to the wife of Phipps Kelt- The following officeres were elected ner, Gradyville, Apr. 26th, a son Over one million persons attended for the ensuing year: .. Sunday School n Kentucky last SunMrs. Z. T. Williams, President .Presiding-Elde- r W. 7 Kog rllcst day. Vice Mrs. Willie B. Hines", .his" right eye. It will -- s. .er.imbjrd President 'that he went to Louisville to consult My cut rates given in last week's a specialist, and. the eye hot respond Mrs. R. Y. Chapin, Second Vice paper will continue through this The examination for4. White Teach- Ingjto treatment, it had to be r'emov-- . ' week. I am grateful to those who re v. President. h61d atthe C6- -' edj ers certificates 'will-hebeen per ,the roperation-vri'ayjnMrs. Zora K. Rowe, Third Vice sponded to my notices last week. ... liimbia-- - Graded 'School. ,bui.ldingdn formed last Saturday.4 He is now free Mrs. G. W. Staples. President May 21 and 22 A4l ar!plicantsare from pain, and His many f rienifs will Miss Jennie McFarland,- ..Recording' -i - LlllitU ui Vii intUUl persons indebted to the' late Ijy. urgea tq,De on cne 'ground; ny,.oxiocK 'if-- gUUi .- .- JBiUU i.u. Jl 11C Will. -- JuAll UH li i UJ '..: Secretary '"may begin, if ;i L. Walker by' note please' conie'fbr- - arm., so thatrthe work' 'hoir$ in;a very- - short 'time. Pis- - left ' Mrs. Jo Russell, Treasurer: f; i lt ' ward.arid pay same 6rA "they will' be, possible.' by- 8:30" atiowinev half' anr Neyeis notdhvolved; " . Tiour'for preliminaries. '(Yqmposifcioff Miss Victoria Hughes, Correspond- put in the hands of an officer fdr col camets ior ine- - examination, woucana Head your.heard with a Thorough. ing Secretary. lection. MrsJTolie Walker. .t - suratuii Lauieus mr tuu uugu wurit iu bred Registered Duro'c Jersey Male. t ., Mrs. C. M. Russell, Musician. ., arithmetic; etc:-- , Will "be Jturnished at It Will pay you. W. R. Lyon Mrs. E. B. Barger, Assistant has some good ones for sale. The meetings are to be hejd on REPORT OFTHECONDITION. the 5examination,1 :the applicant; "paying cents for each tablet. .Appli- 26-following the second" Sunday Tuesday , OFTHE cants will furnish their own pemand in each month at 3 o'clock. ink or pencils. All applicantstmust Wanted An industrious man who The next meeting will be with Mrs. GRADYVILLE be of unquestioned moral character, can earn $100 per month and expenses Bush. O. P and at least 18 years of age prior to retailing our products to farmers. The following program has been arthe examination. No person known Address W. T. Rawleigh Company, ranged. BANK, to be profane, obscene, licentious, in- Freeport, I1L Paper. "What constitutes a modtemperate or a gambler need to apply. ern Good Mother," Mrs. Jo Russell. JDoing Business Town of No whisky drinker or cigarette smokFarmers of Adair county are very Reading "The Calf Path," Mrs. Gradyville County of Adair er will be admitted, if the fact is busy, an effort being made for a large C. M. Russell. known. No use of tobacco will be al- crop, State of Kentucky. General Discussion led by Mrs. Willowed on the grounds during the exliams. At the Close of Business on amination. Considerable hail in the Absher setPreparatory Reading "She Was a the 15th day of Apr, 1915. The colored teachers examination tlement last Thursday morning about Phantom of Delight" Miss Jennie RESOURCES May 28 and 29. Appli- - 2 o'clock. 23 257 28 will be held on McFarland. Loans and Discounts i cants will meet at the Superintendent 607 50 "Marriage." Mrs. Robert G. Reed. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Its the film that makes the picture. 3 109 18 office and there they will be informed College Woman" Mrs. R. V. Stocks. Bonds and other Securities "The 3 73S 34 Due from Banks , as to the place of holding the exam- Buy the original and perfect film. Chapin. 2 806 38 Cash on hand ination. The same regulations and Fits all standard Cameras. On sale at Banking: House Furniture and Song. "Speak Gently." v L. E. Young, the Jeweler. 2 9J7 69 restrictions will apply to this examFixtures ination as to that of the whites,, $36 434 37 The State Educational meeting Total Mr. Jas. Butler, who had the misRespectfully, LIABILITIES held at Louisville, last week, was fortune to get one of his hips broken, Tobias Huffaker, Supt. A. C; S. largely attended, many of the prom- Capital stock paid in, in six weeks ago, is improving, bu't It IS 000 00 Cash ' inent educators of the State being Tn SurplusFunds 1200 00 ..' will be some time before he "will be Sunday-Schoattendance. Those who attended Undivided Profits, Iessexpenses Attendance. able to walk. 280 50 and taxes paid from Adair county report amost prof19 928 87 Deposits Subject to check t. itable and enjoyable meeting. Unpaid Dividends 25 A dwelling owned, and occupied by Day Last Sunday 'was Sunday-schoo- l Mr. M. I. Eilis, Absher, was destroyedKentucky, and doubtless 36 434 37 throughout total Mr. Andrew Powell and Mrs. Erne-lin- e all schools were The -by fire last Friday night. Moat'pf OF KENTUCKV Holt, who live in the White Oak STATE of Adair County Set. following figures show the number the household goods were also lost. country, were issued licenses to wed We J. A. Wheeler and C. O, M03S President four schools in Cd-- . No insurance. who attended-thlast Thursday. Mr. Powell is 73jears and Cashier of the above named Bank, do sol- lumbia: ' old and Mrs. Holt the same age. It emnly swear that the above statement is true to The published report, that .Asberry . and belief. 221 Methodist was to be the intended groom's first the best of our knowledge Wheeler, President. Taylor's little daughter was shot and J. A. 178 JBaptist venture. He seated to the clerk that C. O. Moss. Cashier. by a little brother, 151 accidentally killed Christian ,, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st himself and Mrs. Holt., were schoowas a mistake. The child was shot, Presbyterian .90 lmates in their younger days. Henry day of Apr. 1915. ;' but she recovered and is now np and My commission expires Apr. 30, 1918. v al-.Thomas and Lottie Robinson were W.M1 Wilraowvlqtary Public iS40 running at play. Total ' issued licenses to wed. They live r Correct Attest: " .. v W. M. Wilmore --at Speck, Casey county. bQught of'-. The Ladies Aid. Society .of the Pres-b- y J R. TUtt, Milltown, N. H. Moss t RegisRcLyon, Campbeflsvil'le, ... bv.JfcN.Witiock :"' . trian'. church .will. et with 'Mrs. tered Durec Jersey MaWhog sfredf by ' matters not the kind of Kodak Directors." It Mi"..' ' Nah'nle Flowers, jThureday afternowi Defender J. ... V '' jmu have, I hive the film that' fits. See. Ydung''Kadaks and supplies. L. E. Young. 2;30, a full attendant is requested. Try tifT at '. . great civic pride that consider this movement for better mothers and better citizenship for our boys and girls, one of the paramount issues of the nation. The necessity of it is felt on all side and 'it is hoped that the work accomplished here will make a favorable comparison with that of other towns of our size or even great er. j&ct We W. W. Jones and Jno. W. Plowers, - President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. VT. W. Jones. President. Jno. W. Flowers.vCashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23rd day of January. 1915. Joe S. Knifley. N. P. A. Expires, Feb. '19, 1916. STATE OF KENTUCKY, County of Ad air, I . com the inventory haviog-heepleted last Thursday. As. soon, as the Lindsey-Wilso- n closes for the sum- -' mer, Mr.. Hill and-wifwill move into the college now occupied by Mr. Bob Faulkener's wife and children. It is known as the G. P. Sraythe cottage. e Graded School gym, Wednesday evening, April 28th, 8 p'. m. A splendid evening of entertainment is assured. You,cannot afford to miss this the Darkey, the Irishman, the Musician, the Old Maid, the Widower, and oth 's er interesting characters.of Uncle Summer Boarders, will make you laugh Admission 25 and 15 cents. Eph-raiam- You will choose an Ausco because it gives results that's important to you. You. should know that the Ausco Examinations. The examination Jo.r Common School Diploma will be held .at the Superintendent's office on May 14 and 15. This diploma shows thatthe holr dei has completed the eight grades of the common school course and is entitled to free tuition in. the County '' High School. 1 Rev. and Mrs. Chapin's twin babies, a boy and a girl, were baptized in the Presbyterian church last Sunday, the father performing the ceremony. is the amateur Camera of professional qu?Jity. Its success has been built on achievement based on accuracy and simpljcity and reliability. an ausco should be the aim of every boy and girl. Enter into the Ausco spirit of picture taking and realize its wonderful possibilities, its charms. Make an Ausco your chum. Know its ease of operation for superb results. A little child is quickly taught to intelligently handle an Ausco It is so simple and so quickly mastered. See them before you buy. L. E. Young, Columbia, Kyi To-ow-- g ,. - H 1 ' There will be a joint debate between; the Columbia Debating Society and the Frogge. Literary Society Friday evening, April 30. The subject is; Resolved, that foreign immigration should be farther restricted by an educational test.' Two trustees are to be elected the" first Saturday in May for the Graded' School .district. The election will take place at the school building ., r &"' . - v 26-3- J Camp-bellsvill- e, 2t STATE I have three Registered Defender bred Duroc Jersey Male hogs for sale Farrowed July 28, 19U, will weigh W. R. Lyon, about 150 pounds. 26-Campbellsville. 2t at Next Monday will be County Court, and it is likely to be a busy day in town. Fishing is good. Eugene Wellington caught a cat Friday which weighed 91 pounds; Clarence Hind-ma- n and EIrub Strange each caughtx fine strings of suckers Monday, and this morning Guy Nell came up with a cat weighing 121 pounds. Keep an eye on the cut worm. He, has" already commenced his annual work of destruction. ii ol L. W. T. S. will have their annual Field Day Saturday May 8. Chandler & Moss. Be sure and see Gill & Waggener's . ad on last page. well-attende- I 1 Judge H. C. Baker has an interesting letter on the second page ofthis-- ' paper. Dr. U. L. Taylor's article' al-- ', s'o appears on same page. Rev.; J. - S.1 Chandler subject for next Sanday forenoon will be "Communion.", o v T- J I - se ' ' thoroughbred. Aberdeen bull is Grounds. .11.50 at the attha-.iFa- ir My .'iidiv- oftifa-WMk'r- ...t i a-fi- ( ,i -- '. -- . -"- 28-2- 6' Suckers wewion' the shoal the first " '' " 1 aV . " OA UC- - h UBC 'V lC u- -- - 12' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Frt Tennessee. Knoxville, 17, 1916, th Editor Sews: Are the people of Columbia and Adair county taking any interest in proposed Dixie Highway from Chicago III., to Miami, Florida? It seems to be the general opinion that this road, a through road from the lakes to the gulf, will certainly be constructed in the near future. Its route seems to ber pretty well established except from Indianapolis to our county, and its interest is not con fined to' any one State. It is believed that in a little while the Federal government will give aid to public roads in the States, and these national thoroughfares will doubtless be the first ones to receive encouragement. It will be a great day for Adair when her metal roads are built: it would be a greater day should she with them have this great highway passing through her borders. Chattanooga. Commissioners have been appointed to locate it There are three or four suggested routes One would carry it through Louisville, by way of Mammoth Cave and Bowling Green, to Nashville, another through Louisville, Bardstown, Columbia, Albany, Crossville, Term., and thence to Chattanooga: another by Cincinnati and Lexington to'the-sam- e its functions naturally- For sale by point; and stiHanother by Cincinnati, Ad. Paull Drug Co. Lexington and Richmond to the Cumberland Gap, and thence by roads already nearly completed via., KnoxHEALTH OFFICER'S COLUMN. ville to Chattanooga. This last route would strike the Boone Highway in BY U. L. TAYLOK. Central Kentucky, and would follow the wilderness way which our pionee r fathers traveled when they came from I propose to write this week about Virginia to settle Kentucky. This the fiscal court. It would be hard to Boone Highway is already an assured separate the fiscal court form the fact, as all these mountain counties in health officers work. I was made Kentucky except one have taken health officer about 25 years ago, and its construction, and there have been continuously in that posiare only one or two counties in tion ever since. The law authorizing without a connection already the appointment of health officers reestablished. quires the fiscal court to make a reasa few days onable compensation for their services. In the Courier-Journago, a map was given which placed That is the rock upon which I and Columbia and Albany on what is the fiscal court have always split. It known as the most direct route. A used to be common when the health Knoxville Daily, which is before me as officer did any work in his line, to I' write, also maps the several pro- present the bill to the fiscal court for posed routes, placing the same towns payment, and after a good deal of on the central route, and devoting wrangling and cutting down of the four columns to the road and. its ad bill, the remainder would be paid. A vantages. good deal of prejudice has always exThe fact that our town is on the isted in the fiscal court against the shortest proposed route, and that it is health officer, and for what reason I conceded that it is one which may never could tell. The Kentucky Legpossibly be adopted, should awaken us islature a few years ago amended the law as to require health officers to to au interest in the subject the recent meeting of the Gov- work under a salary. Under the law At ernors of the States interested and the fiscal court fixed my salary at $200 ether citizens, held at Chattanooga, per annum, I was then undertaking Monticello and Albany were both rep- to run that office and practice med resented, 'but there was no one from icine at the same time. I was at that Adair. It seems to me that Adair, buta'little while until I found it Russell, Cumberland and Clinton and could not be done. If the health the counties on the line between Co- officer had any smallpox patients on lumbia and Louisville should get .in hand nobody with sickness in his fam touch with each other, so as to pre- ily would have him. I remember I sent to the best advantage this cen- was once called to go 15 miles to see tral and shortest route to the com- after burying a man dead with smallpox. I got through with the job at missioners who will locate the road Even the route should be selected by 10 o'clock at night, and although I way of Cincinnati, we would still be stripped off my clothes and burned on a very direct line and perhaps as them, and put ou fresfi clothes, and bath, good as could be selec-eIt will be took a general house nobody would let me stay at his that night, and I remembered that in the building of had to wend my way home before I the Cincinnati Southern, the rout slept. Then I undertook to have the through Adair county received confiscal court give me enough salary to- sideration, and that an earlier day what is known as the Gunn survey, make a living and give up the prac was made for a railroad in the same tice of medicine altogether. Ever general direction proposed. One ad- since I undertook this I have had vantage that we have in addition to trouble with the fiscal court. The distance is, that we already have'pike law plainly says that'the fiscal court connection with Louisville, and also shall pay the health officer a reason via., Lexington with Cincinnati. We able compensation. The fiscal court would only have to fill in the gap is now paying me $400 per year for from Columbia to Albany, or through myself, horse arid buggy; which a part of Adair and Cumberland, to amounts to the magnificent sum of have a continuous line across the $1.10 per day and for which I am de State of Kentucky from either city. voting my whole time. Under my la With the road already being surveyed bors the death rate from consumption towards Enssell, we would only have has been cut down from 60 per year in to 'construct an additional six or eight the county to 30. The fiscal court in miles toward Creelsboro to Carry it this county is no worse and no better than in any other county. There are through Adair. very few health officers give This is an enterprise which appeals their whole time to the that will work of the directly to farmers as well as to tour- public health for the salary that the ists. fiscal court wil fix. I have been uu It opens up a highway of travel by dertakmg to do the auto from the East and North to the the fiscal court foot work, and make the bill. The winter resorts in the South, over says that the fiscal court shall pay law the which thousands of tourists would officer a reasonable compensa pass each year, and along which tens health tion, and the law further says that of thousands of dollars would be left, the county board of health shall indibesides opening up the country for cate in writing, to the fiscal court the local traffic and travel. In addition value of the services of the health to the main line in a little while later- officer. Notice law says they shall al roads would reach out in every di- The law makersthe intended that this rection as the smaller streams flow in- thing should be done. But what could to the great rivers. be done, if the fiscal court ignored, al Is the enterprise feasible? the recommendation? It It is not only feasible, but it is cer- togetherlong after these laws were was not tain of realization on one of the passed before the fiscal courts of the ac-tion.- No matter how healthy a human may be it is safa to say that not many months are passed without some obstruction of the bowels. In other nords, constipation, even if only The bloating, the may start after the evening dull feeling meal. If a laxative is not taken that night it is certain that sleep wiU not be sound, H. C. Baker. could refuse to allow any compensa- and you will awaken unrefreshed. Hence, it is important for you and for tion, however valuable and meritoriall the members of your ous might be the services of the mem- good, reliable laxative befamily that a not Peel Discouraged. Should always kept r Jut such emergency, ln ,tne house So many people troubled with indi- bers of the local board of health.'" it Is sure to be needed, and when needed' Here is an extract from an opinion 'ou want it at hand. No family that is gestion and constipation have been in a similar case by Judge Durrelie of aareful of its health can do withoutwhich remedy. But the question" of such benefitted by taking Chamberlain's emedy to have on hand is also of vast Tablets that no one should feel dis- the court of Appeals: "The county Importance. The laxative most highly recomcouraged who has not given them a board of health has no power to fix mended by the majority of intelligent their compensation. That compensa Americans as beta? best for babies and trial. They contain no pepsin or oth- tion, like the compensation of the grownups is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep er digestive ferments buc strengthen board themselves, was left to 'the stomach and enable it to perform of the fi s c a 1 oeingr tem-orar- y. -- for the services. Judge Paynter says, "The Legislature intended that the members of the local board of health should be compensated for the services they were required by law to perform. The discretion of the fiscal court with reference to the compensation to which such board is not an arbitrary one. It is a sound judicial discretion, and one that can be controlled, If the fiscal court has an arbitrary discretion in uhe matter, they A Remedy No Family Should Do Without sin. It is a liquid laxative-tonimild, and never gripes, Is effective on robust npnniA ftnii ran ha tt wUk n an infant Children like it because of mese genue qualities ana oecause it is pleasant to the taste. It is the best remedy you can have in the house for any disorder Of the Stomach, liver and hnvAlu nrl many people like R. H. Morgan. Price, ieun., uiiu airs, xu V. uaviason. Wart-rac- e. Tenn.. Sav thpv wntllii n annn without the necessities as without Dr. uaiaweus syrup repain. Anyone wishing to make a remedy before buying it in trial of this the way of a druggist at fifty cents regular or ona dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St. Monticello. 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. c, ?all-arou- nd Vi discretion Ten-neas- ee al d. court, not to its arbitrary discretion, but to a discretion governed by .the value of the services. Now let us apply this rule to my case before the fiscal court of Adair county. You re member that I was claiming an increase of salary. I had nearly one dozen 'witnesses, among the best men intheconnty, viz., Z. T. Williams, Tobias Huffaker, A J Combest, Dr. C. M. Kussell, Dr. E. S. Atkinson, Dr. N. M'. Hancock, Dr. E. T. Sallee, Lo gan C. Winfrey and Myself. All without a dissenting voice, put the value of my services at not less than $300. Not a witness was introduced on the other side, and the judge in this case says the compensation must be fixed by the testimony. If the testimony showed I was entitled to this amount, then you had no authority to fix any other amount. Judge Paynter said: "If the fiscal court had any discretion in the case they could refuse to allow any compensations." That is wnat the fiscal court came very near doing. If Judge Paynter had been acquainted with the Adair fiscal court, he never would have said that their discretion could be controlled. I am writing this in pity, not in anger. I can hardly believe that these gentlemen in tended to do me an injury, but the injury is the same, however the intention. Then the court offered me their sympathy. I would like to get some one versed in figures, to tell me when corn is worth 60 cents a bushel, and flour 33 per hundred pounds, and beef 15 cents a pound, and hay is worth $1 a hundred pounds, how long couid I and my horse live on the sympathies of the Adair fiscal court? Then, some of the members proposed for me to leave off some of my work. But they had no right to make any such arrangement, and If I were to do a thing of that sort, they would be the first ones to howl because I was neglecting my duty. In conclusion I can only- - say in the language of Stephen, the first Christian MaT.yr, when he was being stoned to death, he raised his eyes toward heaven and said: "Lord lay not this sin to their charge. An Old Firm. WELL DRILLER See me be Dr. J. T. Jonea informs us that he has been buying Dental material of Samuel A. Crocker & Co.. Cincinnati, Ohio, one of the oldest and best Dental firms in the U. S., for more than 45 years, none of whom he has ever met and on squaring his account with them for the year 1914, wrote them as follows: Samuel A. Crocker & Co.. Dear Sir: Please find in closed amount due you to this time. I have been trading on tick with you for nearly half a century and if you continue to treat me as well during the next 50 years as you have in the past, I aim to continue with you during the remainder of my life time. To which having my letter before them they replied as I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. fore contracting. Latest im- proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Give J. C. YATES A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, Both One Year Tor Only $1.35 follows: What the Weekly Enquirer is Cincinnati O., 2, 1, 1915. , It Is issued every Thursday, subscripDr. J. T. 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We or mail orders to any one who cannot call to mind The AdainCounty News, Columbia, Ky. has been longer with us than rian Takes His OVn Medicine is an your good self, and none who Optimist. has given evidence of knowing He has absolute faith in his medicinehe knows when- he takes it for what he wants and how to get it certain ailments he gets relief. Peo- with as little trouble. ple who take Dr. King's New Discov3 We have passed through these Ars Yon a W ery for an irritating Colds are optia mists they Jf now this cough remedy many years serving you with a will penetrate the linings of the throat kill the germs, and open the way for clean sheet, and while it is not I Nature to act. You can't destroy a our idea of an early end yet we) Cold by superficial treatment you must go to the cause of the trouble. fear that before the coming time Be an optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. , you mention is on record, we will King's New Discovery For be over the dark divide. Still if sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad Woman's Tonic it be our fortune to run it out, The recovery of Gen. Henry we sincerely hope you will be j Tyler, who is at his home in able to write us in nice manner FOR SALt AT ALL EffMSTS F4 Hickman, is regarded .doubtful in 1915, as we certainly apprecite Subscription may be new or renewal i - 5 ydlllul to-da- Ito . . by his physicians. Gen. Tyler ate that letter. was a distinguished officer under Gen Forrest. White Man With Black Liver The liver is a blood purifier. 1 Very truly, Crocker Co. OVER Told That There Was No Cure for . Him. -- routes. Although the Lincoln highway which is a road to extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific, has been in the public mind only for a short time, it.is estimated by a writer who has investigated the subject, that, in its condition possibly twenty-fiv- e thousand tourist cars will piss over it during the present year to exposition in California. - The road question is y the greatest question before the people of vis-ikt- he to-da- i State got into trouble with health officers in various parts of the State, because tne nscai courts refused to obey the law. They were sued and quite a number of cases reached the court of Appeals. I want the mem bersofour fiscal court to carefully read these opinions which I am going to give. A c ase went up from Kenton county, and was decided by the court Judge Paynter deciding the case, writ ing the opinion. In this case the cal court refused' to allow any thing thought at one time it was the seat of the passions The trouble with mos people is that their Liver becomes black because of impurities in the blood due to bad physical states, causing Biliousness, Headache, Dizziness and Constipation. Dr. King's New Tiif e Pills will clean up the Liver, and give you new life. 25c. at Paull Drug Co. Ad. It wss "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 , am a man of '65 years," writes Jul. Grobien, Houston, Texas, For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad. IMP mmM flmtttK' Trade Marks Designs -. 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE COPYRIGHTS &C. . . afaar. a. at Utah n AIIJUHW OCUUIHK UBKItU M4 u- l.inlllflllll nU I quickly ascertain our opinion free whether aa pruetituble. Comrmnlea-tlo- n Invention is probably strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest aeency lorsccuniijrpatents. Patents taken throueh Munn & Co. receive tpteial notice, without charge, in the .j W Scientific American. culation of any scientific journal. Term. 33 a year: tour mosta. 91. Sola by all newsdealers. A handsomely Utestrated weekly. cir- MUNN Branca AVCo"? T t .- - 1. - . tar. : "sX" i 'V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS it Htgwiltfw News. see a fellow, sitting with the "FIFTY YEARS FROM: piWol Jwadirolihiif chtk ftf1 T Ci' f-- - - Lemuel Henstep died this week he either is an author or has the in Calf Ribs neighborhood. Be- toothache. General Reunion, Unitsides the earth he leaves two Raz Barlow thinks our Deputy Constable should wear his star on ed Confederate Veterans, children. Richmond, Va., Poke Easley has been sent to the back of his coat, as most of June -3 1915. Bounding Billows by his wife af- the mischief is done behind his ter a large water, kettle, which back. Richmond, Va., Apr. 13 1915. report has reached Hogwal-la- (Special). Fif cy years after the he will have to pack back. Poke A that the town of Tickville destruction of the Confederate is her second husband. capital and the end of the bitter The strange bulky object that was flooded this week with cir- War between the States, the was seen moving along the road culars. No great damage is re- gray-claveterans of the Southported however. ern armies are to gather in the toward Hog wallow yesterday afold stronghold of the Confederternoon has turned out to be Miss Flutie Belcher has a new ate States for the 1915 Reunion nothing but Columbus Allsop spring hat. It has two long of the United Confederate Vet. wings on it, and the next thing erans, June and his bass fiddle. Ceremonies the most solemn Washington Hocks is recuper- you know she will be making a and unique are to be staged in Richmond during reunion week, ating from an over dose of rough flying trip to Tickville. and from every part of the South The Old Miser of Musket Ridge on rats, which he took by miscomes word of the thousands of take a few nights ago,- and is stuck his head out of the house visitors who are to attend. Arable to sit up at the eating ta- for a few minutes yesterday, but rangements for the care and slammed the door when he saw comfort of 10,000 veterans have ble with his clothes on. been made by the general comEllick Hellwanger coming. mittee, headed by Captain John A lady friend from the Calf granting of a flat Ribs neighborhood is preparing As soon as the postmaster can Lamb. The railway rate of one cent a mile to to arrive in Hogwallow to be the sell the rest of the Daniel Boone Richmond for the big affair is 0 guest of Miss Flutie Belcher. cigars out of the box he an- expected to draw to the city loyal Southern people. The visitor will wear her best nounces that he will have anothThe outstanding feature of the clothes and expect to attract a er nice new post office box for week will be the formal opening good deal of favorable attention. rent. of the Confederate Memorial Inimposing treasure The Excelsior Fiddling Band The mail carrier was several stitute, the house for relics of the war bewill give a music festival at the days late this week in arriving, tween the States, which has been church near Thunderation to- he having stopped along the erected in Richmond after years feature night. If there is enough left road to discuss the almost im- of effort. Another corner-ston- e will laying of the be the out of the proceeds after Sidney passible condition of the roads. of the statue of Stonewall Jack- APPOMATTOX. ' 1- w d This is the "Thornhill" Wagon -the Wagon that Must Make Good best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line and the aid of the most causing hard pulling. ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped witk' employed to make the Thornhill wagon. long sleeve malleable The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and outcare. For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Each skein is use the finest hickory machine driven fitted to its axle with a Defiance mato insure the right dish. The hubs are chineinfallibly accurate. This machine of oak, thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right pitch and tuck, makes light draft a certainty. with double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. The axles are of toughest hickory They have an iron plate at top and bot- the steel axles of the best refined steeL tom, riveted through and through mulThe sides of "Thornhill" beds are tiplying their strength. made of poplar. It costs the makers The "ThornhilP has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and givex Bound plate that is braced to the hounds better service. at all points. Thit is an exclusive Come in and see this wagon sold Thornhill" feature. It prevents the under a binding guarantee. (The of master workmen 1st-3d- non-breaka- - 100-00- sou V? II By WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. aaBHaaaaBBBBBaaBaaaaaaaBaaaaMBaaaBfiaBiHHHBaaaaaaaaHiaaaBaBHBaiBaaii The Thornhill Wagon is not the lowest priced but the best, and in the end the cheapest i HUM " I W i ig EVERYTHING IN The ladies of the Dog Hill Hocks gets through counting it, same will be given to Dog Hill church are making up money this week to buy the preacher a new church. . Somebody raised the window pair of plow shoes. They will at the Wild Onion school house probably complete the task by Friday night and stole the supply of red ink. The identity of the thief is unknown, but let Raz Barlow get tanked up on red ink and he is one of the finest scribes in this section. the last of next week. Miss Flutie Belcher has placed an order for a nice flask of per fume and is expecting it any day. Since she has gone and done this there will be no need of any The Mail Carrier is expected sweet scented flowers this spring now any day. He left Tickville, except to look at. as usual, four days ago, bound When the incessant rains were for this place, and if he doesn't in progress in 'the vicinity of reach here within the next few Hogwallow the past week a flood days the public will come to the in Gander Creek seemed inevitaconclusion that he has been de- ble, and such there might have layed by some unforseen circum- been had not many of our resstances over which he had no idents set large numbers of rain barrels to take care of much of control. Fit Smith passed through this this surplus water place late yesterday evening by a drove of hawgs. He had a sack of shelled corn on his shoulder, and the corn was noticed spilling out at a hole that had been made in the corner of the sack by Fit. This is what might be termed stealing hawgs under false pretense. fol-low- ed of the Wild Onion school, is becoming very popular and if he keeps on he may later run for some kind of office. His presence was ever rnsfesrjs, noticed in Tickville last week and Dyspepsia Tablets the Tidings, of that city put his" "Will Relieve Your indigestion name in the paper, saying that Paull Drug Co. he was a pleasant caller at the Atlas Peck says never judge a office Thursday. Prof. Spradlen Donn Robertts and fourteen announces that he will save these man by his wife. others, convicted election conThe backwardness of spring is clippings for his grand children spirators were taken from Ingoing to cause a lot of our citi to look at in after years. dianapolis Sunday to Leavenzens to get behind' with their worth penitentiary to serve their Splendid for Rheumatism. fishing. "I think Chamberlain's Liniment is sentences. Allsop will from just splendid for rheumatism," writes Columbus Mrs. Dunburgh, Eldridge "It "I Don't Feel Good" now on study the cattle markets has been used by myself TSf.Y. other and That is what a lot of people tell Uf. each week in order, that he may members of my family time and time Usually their bowels only needdeanasg. j Prof. Sap Spradlen, son. Beautiful Monument Avenue is into a court of to honor, in which all the parades and ceremonies of the week will take place. Militia commands from all parts of the South, and from the North as well, are to attend. The event gives" promise of heing in the extreme. Invitations have been extended by the general committee to the Governors of all the States included in the organization of the United Confederate Veterans and it is confidently expected that in view of the importance of the occasion many will accept. In addition the committee has inyited to be present the following ladies, wives of distinguished Confederate chieftains: Mrs. J. h E. B. Stuart, Mrs. W. H. Lee, and Miss Mary Custis Lee. Richmond is preparing, to observe with fitting ceremunies the semicentennial of its rise from the ashes. note-worthy ROOFING Asphalt,BGravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. incorporated 1 12-- 1 CO. 16 Eaat Matfcet Mrectf Bel ween Pirst andJBrook Louisville, Ky. Birdseve view of our Plant Fitz-hug- tect& "Largest in Dixie" V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated J i Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, again during the past six years and. exactly what his calf has always given the best of satisfacknow just tion." The quick relief from pain is worth. which Chamberlain's Liniment affords is alone worth times the cost. For ys when you sale cy Faull Drug Co. Dock Hocks Ad. Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog I will do the .trick and make youfeelfine.,. We know this pbritivdy.' Take SoldonlybyuajlOwotf. Paull Drug oat-tonig- ht. C. Read Our Liberal Paper Offers1 V 1x H .v-- f f W' w V '- r '?, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THF " .'-v- R9UNTY NFWR fore him, the rich and the poor . - jjssiSwtfi-'j'f... sroMcoriaiMeSttaerights? Published Every Wednesday his decisions at all times being ';a ARA1R BY THE - rendered according to" the law Company and in a case. Judge Thurman's name; has been frequently mentioned for Governor, but he prefers to serve the constituents of his district as its Circuit iudge. Seemingly there is less inter est throughout the State in the present race fon Governor tban ever before known in Kentucky politics. In this immediate section the candidates are seldom mentioned, and we venture the assertion that not one fifth of the Democrats of Adair have announced who they intended Ao support. About Columbia there have been some expressions, and we find the vote divided between McDernott, Cherry and Stanley, but at the same time no voter seems to be very enthusiastic. Later the buz may. start, but;'at present the breeze is perceptibly, calm. As to subordinate posir tions, Hon. M. M. Logan, who is a candidate for Attorney General, is about the only aspirant1 who has out spoken following. '; testimony Adair County News (Incorporated.) CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the City cf Columbia and the people "of Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Columbia class nail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Poet-offi- as Becond PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. APR. 28, 1915 Announcements. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce F. A. Strange a candidate for circuit cleric of Adair county, subject. to the Democratic primary to be held in AugustC1RCU1T COURT CLERK. i We are authorized to announce thatW. T. to the office Price is a candidate f oi of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican voters Of said party, atthe August primary, ' FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. . v (Judge J. C. Crrter, of Monroe county, author isesAis to announce his candidacy for in this the Twenty-into the office of Circuit-Judgdistrict, subject to 'the action of the Repub-litfa'n voters, as expressed at the polls at the Cofifinc August primary. $i 4444444444444 44444444444 4 4 4 4 Corn Drills? Yes, 4 4 4 4 Black Hawk, Campbell and Superior. 4 4 4 4 4 4 Cultivators: 4 4 4 Genuine Brown, Buckeye and Brinley Le 4 4 4 verless, both Riding and Walking. 4 4 4 4 Farm Implements, 4 4 and Fertilizer. 4 4 4 Let us what repairs 4 as to save at 4 4 time and postage. 4 4 4 4 4 4 The Jeffries Hardware Store, 4 4 4 4 4 4 44444444444444 444444444444 -- A. Complete Line of .. ', Wagons, Buggie, Field . Seeds know you need once, so ' Columbia, Kentucky? r fVji.r, .FOR commonwealth's attorney. re- .i1 nil ' , . ' : HONOR .ROLL. ' . ' Last week we published a card. , ; from Hon. Lilburn Phelps, ,$of Columbia Graded and High School. Jamestown, Hhe wording-'"jefelection t3 the office oi Commonwealth's Attorney jSeniors.-- .. district, subject to the which plainly indicated that!he! ;. . h in this the action of the Republican voters in said district, as expressed at for Circuit Kex Holladay.' : r, : to be held the first was a candidate Clay Smith Saturday in August, 1915. Judge in this the 29th 'Judicial Edgar Diddle, r We Rebate Railroad Fares according to the plan of TOR THE STATE SENATE. Juniors. district. Mr. Phelps is a Rethe Retail Merchants Association", affording you the publican, and a gentleman who Nannie "Faulkner. We are authorized to announce D. E. Hatchadvantage, of Freshmeh. er, of Barren cotnty, a candidate for the State stands high in Russell county, Letitia Paull Senate, sub jeet to the Democratic voters at will, doubtless, be formidable BIG STOCKS SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS and Cary Feese l the August primary. The district Is composed and of tho conntlcs of Barren, Metcalfe and Adair. before the people. ; Judge J. C. Anna Eubank. SATISFACTORY CHOICE in selecting 8th Grade. Carter has already announced WALL PAPER, CARPETS, RUGS, LINOLEUM, "Vera Taylor We are authorized to announce R. B. Trigg, for said posifor of 'Barreu county, a candidate for the State Alonzo Summers. DRAPERIES and LACE CURTAINS Senate from the 16th district, subject to the tion, and it is not likely that any, Uli Grade. action of the Democratic voters in the August Our enormous line of strictly reliable merchandise at rock bottom primary. The.distrJct is composed of Adair, one else will be before the peo-- ; 'Stella Antle " "" and' Metcalfe. Barren prices make trading at our store SAFE and SAVING: pie but himself and Mr. ' Phelp's.; Ruth. Wilson. -- u Mary Hughes yOR THE LEGISLATURE. Both being true Kentucky gen- '"Kinnaird Rdwe.' i . I' J Bros. & Wcllcndorff, ' ' tlemen,, we predict, their r.espec' We arc authorized to announce H. C. Baker a xncorioratd i f ttij tive canvasses, .will be .pitched Stewart Huff aken ; . candikate to represent Adair and Cumberland " !' in the next legislature, subject to the action of 522 & 524 W. Market SEr .Lillian Logan ,. , .t t, the Republican1 voters, as expressed at the Au- upon a "high "pldne." The 'News Nellie Simms. gust primary. being Democratic, will take no 'L1 ' 5tli Grade.' Louisville's Biggest .Carpet Store, , ' in' the contest. J ' ' ' ' '' We are authorized to announce G. L. Perry- - part Anna1 Dean . Exponents of tlte Slogan "' i : tea, of Cumberland county, a candidate for Twenty-nint- We are authorized to announce A. A . Gome To Louisville ! , At Our Expense . . . . i ;- - 1 - - 6th-Grade- Hubbuch v . -- . , man a candidate to resresent Adair and Cum-- '; berland in the next Legislature, subject to the action of the Republican voters of the district, ac expressed at the August primary. TOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. WILLIAM Leo M. Frank, a Hebrew, who E COUNTY. F. Commissionas Railroad Candidate for er Second District of Kentucky, Subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August KL4IR--FAYETTRe-ele- ct Primary. Russell County Announcement. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce J. It. McFar-lMi- d a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Russell county, cubject to the action of the Republican voters of said county, ag expressed at the August primary. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. was convicted of murdering a young girl, in Atlanta, Ga has Mabe.lnBosehbaum failed in his efforts for a new Marshall Paull 'James Frankum trial and will have to be put to Foster Pickett. d death unless his sentence is 3rd Grades. to life imprisonment, Mb Allene Nell attorneys having petitioned for Nelle Smith J.Frank Walker the change in the verdict. Floyce Neat Mary Younjr Frank was convicted of the murFrances Eussell der of Mary Phagan, a white Willard Browning. girl, on the testimony of a negro 2nd Grade. boy. The sentiment .is greatly Frances Browning Lucile Winfrey ; divided as to his guilt. Cecil May Kearnes com-mute- Virginia Smith .. ,, , Bertha Yates. ; 4th GradeT Marie Ingram r :: , It Pays to Buy oh Market St. Just Received JL Odd BIQ LOT OF The County Unit law has been We are authorized to announce Lee A. Law- held valid by the Court of Apto tho office of less a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of the County of Kussell, peals, hence the saloons in subject to the action of tho Republican voters Winchester and other of said county, as expressed at tho August primary. places in Kentucky where the drys won the election, will have In the Judicial district made to close. up of the counties of Green, Taylor Marion and 'Washington, Sherrod Hatcher bought last week, from Brack Cain, a mare and colt for Judge I. H. Thurman is a candi$225; a mule from J. F. Montgomery He enjoys the for seventy dollars. He sold one mare date f distinction of being one of the to Tom Bradshaw for $70. best Judges in the State, a genK You tleman who has had an enviable L. troubled with heartburn; gases andH are reputation as a lawyer since ear a distressed feeling after eating take a i Jin Dvsnensia ly manhood a j.uBt man and a 7MBXOUPU Tablet just Judge. Hekn6Ws no man before aad after eack meal biBwwptiaBtf.SoMonfrywt25q? on the bench, anrj when Jiie Paull Drug Co. facts in the case are brought be- Shel-byvill- Thomas Menzies. 1st Grade. May Menzies Anna Pants, Boys Suits, Childrens Romp-er- s and Dresses, Ladies Skirts and Shirt Waists. Worn-en- s' Also a Complete Line of Mens', e, -- Nathaniel Tut , Harlan Judd Gladys Ingram Davla Wilson William Kearnes' Ira Hutchison. Married in Jeffersonville. Mr. Oscar Hartfield, a young business man of Campbellsville, and Miss Miss Marie Hendrickson, same city, daughter of Judge W. T. Hendrickson, were married in Jeffersonville, Ind., last Wednesday. The bride is a native of Adair county, having been born and partly reared in the Casey Creek section. She has many relatives and friends in this county, and is known to all the young peoule of Columbia, she having visited here A uiuouerux niues. xxie cpupie will 16' side in Campbellsville. -- and Childrens Slippers. See our Line of Mens Fine Shirts. We still have a full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery. Come to us for Floor Covering, Porch Furniture, Etc. 1 orre-electio- n. We will give away a $50.00 Davenport absolutely free. Call at the store for particulars. 1 Casey Jones' Store. 1 THE.DAIR COUNTY 'NEWS When Miss Sallie Baker returned from lcfVpebroMissBr-gini- a Baker, her niece, who will spend' the summer. Misses - V ' - tmbwrnTHE - FOR POOR Executed Fannie Holladay, Allie Gai-ne- tt and Clarice Webb visited Louisville last week and attended, the E.' E. Great A, Messrs. L. O.Phelps, J. W. Mitchell, Willis Coffey, Jamestown; H. O. Gri-dand Owen Grider,: Russell Springs, were here last week, en route to er Charitable Act in Louisville by the "Tanlac Man" sia- - Bifml Patent Medicines and Remedies We haVe a large assortment of Staple and well known Remedies. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey, 50c size 39c. Ramons Chill Tonic Tonic Regulator Liver Pills ." Genuine Nerve and Bone Oil Kalo-Compound Better Than a Diary Keep a Kodak Record of the good times now and throughout the year. Writing up a diary is a bother making the Kodak record, is a continual delight Let us show you the new and best Kodaks, ''Eastmans". Murray Ball. --J . was Personals Mr. Ezra Moore, here last Thursday. Jamestown, Miss Jenny e McFarland was on the sick list a, day or two of last week. ,Mr. L. H. .Cabell was here f last Thursday. inLooisville 'last; ' week, Judge T. A. Murrell came over from Lebanon last Friday Miss Mallie Moss returned to her . home, Gradyville; -1 i to-da- y. and Mrs. B. J. Eolin, Glensfork, were in Columbia last Friday. t Mrs. G. F. Stults spent a few days ir. MrJ J. ;B. Phillips, Lebanon, was here the first of the week, j' Mr, and Mrs. H. N. Miller visited at Crocus last Sunday. Mr. E. P. Lane, Danville, was at Friday. V. Aujt, Columbus, Ohio, , JMr.L. was here Friday. the HancockJELotel i' Mr. S. A. Noe, Lebanon, was in town a few days since. Mr. Wm. Hobson, Campbellsville, was here, on business, recently. Mr. Chas. C. Fisher, Glasgow, was at the Hancock Hotel, a few days ago. Messrs. J. W. Saltsman and J. E. Saltsman, of "New Hope, were iiere a few days ago. Mr. W. W. Abell, Casey Creek, was down to see our grocerymen a few days since1. Messrs. S, M. Burdette and J, P Wade were here, from Lebanon last 45-J. F. Triptett, 1 yr Monday. Columbia. Ky. ' Ad Mr. .T. C. Strange'made a- - business trip to Burkesville last 'week. He Sale.' was accompanied by Mrs.. Strange.Mr. Herbert Smith left for Paints-villAt.the highest bidder, household his place of business, this morn-in- and kitchen furniture, on the public square, Columbia, Ky., county court Mr. D. T. Curd, with Robinson, Nor- - in May. A. I. Hurt. & Co" , spent Sunday in Columbia . ton . t county this week. and is out in the There will be a singing the first Misses Mattie and Fannie Evans. Sunday in May at Egypt. It will be of Neatsburg, were in Columbia, shopled in the forenoon by R. O. Cabbell ping, last Friday. Dr. Jas Menzies, who spent two and others. In the afternoon it will weeks in Cumberland county, returned be led by J. M. Wolford and others. The Carol Crown and Glorious Refrain a few days ago. books will be used. Every body invitPresiding Elder W. F. Hogard went ed. An all day meet. . Louisville last weekto have his eye treated. His son, Jo, went with him. Temperance Rally. Rev. S. K. Breeding and wife were in Columbia Friday morning, en route At a meeting of the Ministeral Asto their home, Elkhorn, from Breed- sociation which was held, in the annex ing. of the Methodist Church last Tuesday morning, it was moved and car Judge H. C. Baker returned last ried that there be a great Temperance Thursday night from Knoxville, by his daughter, Mrs. W Rally at the Fair Grounds on SatD. Jones and grandson, Herschel Ba- urday of July the 3rd. Our Secretary was instructed to invite Mr.O'Rear. ker Jones. to be present and deliver an address Mr. A. Garrett and wife, of Water-vie- He and Mr. Beckham have agreed to Cumberland county, are visiting stump the state for State-wid- e Proatthehomeof their son, Mr. A. L hibition. Rev. G. W. Perryman, of Garrett. Winchester, has promised to be present. Other local speakers will be Mrs. G. W. Lowe continue? to and it is believed that she will present, and will deliver addresses on Prohibition. be able to return home the last of this the subject of State-wid- e There will be further announcements week. made later on. Mrs. Lucy Follis and her daughter, Miss Nell, have returned from Occasionally a man locates in a comwhere the latter taught munity who wants to take the lead on this school year. every proposition that comes up, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Beard and their if he fails in trying to persuade the son, John, returned from Louisville people to adopt his way. he trys to inSaturday. Mrs. Beard, who under- augurate tine r rule or ruin policy. went an operation, is improving nice- WJttchthecodrseof such a man and ly. our word for it, it will not be long unMisses Annie Dixon, Alice Walker til he will seek another'lbcation The and Mfesars. R. F. PaulUand Fred Hill Ibig "IC cuts no ice "ill this day and motored to Lexiogtion Sunday. ' ,' 4--3t . e, g. Louisville, to attend the Kentucky Louisville, April,, 28, Fifty thousand Educational Association. loaves of bread will be given away by Prof. W. M. Wilson and wife and L. T. Cooper, the "Tanlac man," to Miss Elizabeth Clark attended. the the poor people of Louisville. ' Educational Association at Louisville The "bread line," as this unique last week. ,' charitable act is termed, was inaugu Mrs. S.'P. Miller 'and son, Otho,' rated Jn Louisville Sunday morning, spent last week- - in Louisville, visiting ana" between the "hours of 10 and-1Dr. O." P. Miller. They- - were met o'clock, several thousand loaves of there by Misses Mary and Susan Mil- bread were distributed to the worthy ler who are in Bowling Green at on the big vacant lot on Walnut St., next to The Daily Herald, in ample school. time for Sabbath dinner. Mrs. J. O. Russell and ;Miss Sallie Mr. Cooper awarded an. order for the Field, representing Russell ,& Co., 50,000 loaves of bread to the Amerwent to Cincinnati ican Baking Company. The bread is Mr. F. H. Durham left this morning of the very best quality, When seen at The Seelbach, where on a business trip to Taylor and Casey " ' the noted .visitor is stopping, Mr. rounties. Cooper said: "I have anticipated the beginning of this work among the poor with Additional Locals. keen interest. I have wanted to perform some small service of this kind ' ForSale. in the metropolis city of my native state, Kentucky, for several years. White4 Leghorn, and" Indian Run"Therefore, the initial order for the ner Duck Eggs. 50cts for setting of bread, consisting of fifty thousand Mrs. Jno. IT. Conover. 15. loaves, has been given to the Amer-- , ican Baking Company, and the work, To the Farmers. thas begun. . , i . "We gave away several "thousand Havejust received a carload of Read loaves Sunday, and each time we will Brand Fertilizer. Can furnish 4 per meet the demands." cent potash this season. No other The sale of Tanlac, the famous med- -' company has it. - icine being introduced" in Louisville by the personal direction of Mr. Coop, Ray Flowers)ir er, is nowqry great, and isvSteaily increasing The results "in cases'o'f Notice. catarrhal affections, or stomach, liveri The Famous Duke of Adair will and kidney derangements, T are really .; tni T"t J make the season of 1915 at my place 1 xemuritauie. uuu many ul uouisviue'Si mile North of Montpelier, at $10 to best citizens are testifying toi the , insure a living colt 10 days old: Duke medicine's marvelous merits. Tanlac can now be bought in Cois a fine Registered, Combined Saddle and Harness Stallion, and his colts are lumbia at Page & Taylor's drug store, bringing the top prices. And Black the exclusive agent for this place. Hawk, my noted Mule Jack, will make the present season at the same place, at $6 for a horse mule and $7 for a mare mule, 10 days old. Hawk is a number one "Breeder, and second to "V. M. Epperson, none. Montpelier, Ky. Bring your Wool to us and I keep on hands a full stock of get best cut prices, or let us work coffins, caskets, and robes. "I also keep it up for you into our Extra laf ge Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. . Prompt service night or Blankets, Heavy Lipseyv Jeans day. ' Residence Phone 29, office and Jeans Coats and Pants, Ex-- j phone 98. Stock - 2 4 25c size 19c. 50c size 39c- 25c " J9c. to-da- 25c " 9c for Dyspepsia $1.00 btle 49c. 1 25c" 19s. Stock and Poultry, Remedies. " r .00 pkg 75c 5 0c pkg 39c $1.00 " 75c 50c " 39c $1.00 pkg 75c $1 .00 pkg 75c 50c pkg 39c 25c pkg 19c $3.50 Buckets Stock and Poultry Food $2.25 Wilbur's Distemper Cure 50c pkg 39c International Stock Food $3.50 buckets $2.25. $l Pratts 'Stock Conditioner Wilburn Stock Food " Hog Tonic. Wilbur's Calf Meal '" Poultry Food 50c size 39c B. A. Thomas' Improved Stock and Poultry t . ,, '." - 5 J ". '. t. cn ' . Remedies.' SO- ' !. 1Q- '. ' ' ' i .? i- - - OK- - - . 25c Hog Tonic 19c J i 25c Louse Killer 19c"1 - " - '','" ' - Casey Jones' Stored Miss'Katherine Kelsey, who lives at Glenville, this county, met with a very serious accident lust Sunday night week. She was in a buggy and was enroute to Church, and in going over a bad place in the road, the vehicle was upset, throwing the young lady violently to the ground. Her light .hip was fractured and she was otherwise bruised about the body. At this writing she is getting along ve'ry nicely. She is a sister of Mr. N. j, K4Xelseyr this place. - if 'j A.T i i Wool Wanted The Sunday School report at Tabernacle Sundays 130 in attendance; v 33. new pupils; the number of chapter-"-readuring the week 8,898; the nuttt ber of points 10,123. We were in contest with the Dunville Sundav School We were 3,266 points ahead Sunday. .'." XX. d good, as is also Wheat in Adair is looking' the oat crop. fairlj-- ' dn account ' of the crowded condi- tra Quality Knitting YanvElan-- i tidn bf Jour ' columns, .Dr.- TJ. L. Tay- els, Coverlets, EtcV If you'live lQr'Sihealtb article was t crowded out week. a long Distance away, gather up last a few bunches and cpnie, on,, you Attention is., called to, the ad of Hubbuch Bros &'Wellendorff in toi have a good bed here day's paper. They are offering special for your team free. For samples, inducements. prices, etc., address, t and'-roorr- PRIDE GOETHi BEFORE A' . 1 pK.t PUNCTURE r -- tiin. t'i .1 . IJL ! .:.: " 25-2- E. L. REECE,MgrV Farmers Woolen Mills, Jamestown, Ky. A new hotel building will be completed at Burkesville in about four weeks. 7MeMtrk Rcfisiav4 Ponm6 Mary, a little daughter of Mr. and Mrs O.T.Willis, got one of her arms broken, between the elbow and shoulchil-dre- d FOR SALE. -- White Faced Black Span- der, while playing with other in the yard. She stepped on a ish eggs; 75c. for 15. Full StocK. hoop which threw, her, causing the Mrs. E. L. Feese, Columbia, Ky. Box 173. accident. It punctures our pride to try on shoes in the well furnished shoe department or to be suddenly taken to the hospital with our toes punched through our hose. w, im--pro- The Fourth District Missionary Convention of the Christian Church, will convene ut Jamestown, on Friday evening, June the fourth, and continue over Sunday. The counties composing the district are Adairt Casey, Kussell.and Wayne. The Bible School will hold its sessions Saturday morning and afternoon. The Church sessions on Saturday evening and Sunday morning. The C. W. B. M., will hold its' sessions on Sundey afternoon and evening. Friday evening there will be an address on Christian Education. The program will appear in the News i. in due time. For Sale Pure Breed Barred Ply mouth RocR egs,50 cents per setting. Pope and Pope Strain. W. D. Mtirrah, Elkhorn, "Ky, BUSTER BROWN HOSIERY IS GENUINELY GUARANTEED against puncture. No necessity, fork walking the streets or moving in good society with Brad-fordsvill- e, The day will soon be here when cheap and quick information can be transmitted. The Telepost which will soon be put in operation, is growing in popularity. Jt operates in this way: You put your information on a card, put it in an envelope with necessary postage, marking if'Telepost." The P. M., takes it out, cancelles the stamp, and the message is then wired y it costs to its destination. Lovers of base ball have the pleas- $1.10 to send 50 words from New York ure of witnessing a game here every tb Chicago. Under the new system Saturday. the same number of words will cost 25 Mr. Geo. E. Wilson, of this Mr. Finis Eosenbanm and daughter, cents. place, owns some stock in the compaMabel; Louise Bowe and Pauline Alny. len, the former a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kowe, the latter daughtRev. Norman A. Palmer, of Louiser of Mrs. H.W. Depp, by her first ville, was here last Sunday in the inhusband, joined the Christian Church terest of the n League, He last Sunday forenoon and were bap- spoke Suaday forenoon at the Christized in the afternoon, quite a num- tian church and Sunday night he ad ber witnessing the ordiance. dressed a mass meeting at the Baptist i Some farmers in Adair hav,e.planted chUTcn. His object wisitq nuse..mon ,. . frfc ey., 4 corn. 'y 'r To-daAnti-Laloo-- . PUECTURED PUNCTURED PRIDE HOSE., . because of n t 25c a Pair. ' Si - KHPIill Hill i Above Hosiery sold excTusfvelx By RUSSELL nv . !. f J !... rj i r t.-- v fftf ' ,: W &' J ..,.-- THE ADAIR COUNTXNEWS &Mnm&r i 0 cm: . 1 She aelxed Bis band and kissed it There was an old blind' woman lir then, turning, left lag on tbe place, wbo, on bearing ot The next day Tracy told bis bene- tbe claimant, desired that he be factor that he had determined to re- brought to her. She asked him a few turn to New York3 Dalmaitre endeav- questions, which seemed to trouble ored to dissuade bim, but without ef- him, though he answered them corIt fect He departed soon after the epi- rectly. Then the old woman directed By W1LLARD BLAKEMAN sode to escape tbe .contempt of the that be be uncovered to the waist. entire social set of New Orleans. Mme. This was done, and her hand was gave up many It was about 1850 that Arnold Dal- Dalmaitre devoted herself of her social guided to his chest She slid her hand to feer a cotton factor of New Or- ties and around to his side under bis right arm. maitre, and It rested on a small lump tbe size went to New York on business. leans, of a pea. In the office of a cotton broker In "This is Francois Soubise," she said New York was a boy named Alec Tra"I lived with his mother when he was cy, whose health was very delicate. a little boy and often dressed and unIndeed, the doctors had given him but know bim by this dressed him. a short time to live. Tracy, who was lump." trtit fifteen years old, was assigned to That ended the pretense. Dalmaitre to perform certain clerical LouIh Marivaud after this attempt to duties and carry messages during the impose on him went to Tonkin and ' By EUNICE BLAKE made a search for bis brother, Victor tatter's stay In New York. Dalmaitre But, although he spent much time on .was one of those men generous, sensiOn the estate of Lucien Marivaud, in tbe matter, he failed to obtain any into their honor, that were typical tive e formation whatever. Victor never reof the south at that time. He took France, lived a poor man named and bis wife. Marie, tbe couple turned. pity on the boy and, suggesting that a southern climate and a change of scene having a little son, Francois. M. Mari- LAWYERS' WORK FOR FRANK. might restore him to health, offered to vaud had extensive vineyards, from take him to New Orleans and give bim the product of irhk-- he manufactured Highest Court to Sit In Full For Secwine. Soubise bad charge of the grape a position In his office there. ond Time on Georgia Murder Case. Dalmaitre was a bachelor about forty growing, and Marivaud not only valWhat amounts to a stay of execuyears old and soon after his return ued his services highly, but was very tion in tbe case of Leo M. Frank of from New York married a woman half fond of him. Soubise's wife died, and Atlanta. Ua- who was found guilty of his age, celebrated for her beauty. be soon followed ber, leaving little the murder -of fourteen-year-olMary Gay society is usually encumbered Francois without a home. Pbagan. an employee of the pencil M. Marivaud had a son, Victor, about factory ot which Frank was superinwith men who consider women a legitimate prey, though the standard of Francois age. Wbin the latter was tendent, was issued by Associate Jushonor in this respect Is doubtless high- left an orphan heN was taken to the tice Jonepb R. Lamar of the United er than it was. A scion of a noble chateau and became a playmate of States supreme court He granted an French bouse. Albert Durier, whose Victor. There was a brother of Vic- appeal which for a second time brings father had left France during the revo- tor, Louis, much younger than either tbe case before the highest court in lution to escape the guillotine, was at of these two boys the land. Following is a chronological that time prominent socially in New When Victor was eighteen he enter- history of tbe case: Orleans and became devoted to jlme. ed the military school and became an May 24. 1913. Leo Frank indicted for the Dalmaitre. It was not long before his army officer. Upon graduating he was murder of Mary Phagan. a girl who workattentions were the subject of remark. ordered to join bis regiment In Ton- ed in a pencil factory In Atlanta. James held. Dalmaitre was not himself socially kin. Francois was anxious to see serv- Conley. sweeper In the factory, alaoJames Aug. 4. Trial begins to Atlanta. inclined, and bis wife went about a ice and. enlisting in tbe same regi- Conley testifies against Frank. Aug. 26. good deal without bim. For this rea- ment, went out with Victor, who Frank found guilty of the murder of son he did not observe Durier being so agreed to interest himself In his pro- Mary Phagan. Feb. 17. 1914. Conviction affirmed by tbe much with his wife, and there was no motion that lie might become an offisupreme court of Georgia. Feb. 23. A. one to caution him except Tracy. The cer. McKnlght. negro, makes an affidavit that young northerner was conscious of the A year later after a fight Lieutenant his evidence against Frank was false. fact that he owed his life to his bene- Marivaud was reported missing. This March 4. George Eppes, another witness Frank, testified factor and idolized bim. When, there- meant that he had fallen into the who testimony. against 7. Frankrepudiates is resenMarch fore, be noticed that Dalmaitre needed bands of the Chinese, in which case it bis tenced to deaths April 12. Lawyers for a friend to warn him of tbe danger In was quite likely that he bad been mur- Frank assert that his conviction was inwhich his wife was being placed be dered. When nothing was beard from valid In view of the fact that he was not was passin considered how lie could do so with tbe him for several years he was given up ed court when sentence of death recants on him. April 19. A. McKnlght least damage to all concerned. by bis family, and when his brother, his repudiation of testimony. April 21 But the more be thought about it Louis, came of age be inherited the Lawyers for Frank try to show that guilty of the more clearly be saw tbe difficulties family patrimony, his father having James Conley is23. Frankmurdering Mary Phagan. April is examined to In the way. Not a word could be spo- died without a will. M. Marivaud had determine if he is sane and Is found to ken without bringing on a rupture in purposely omitted to make one because be normal. May 10.' A motion is made to 14. Dalmaitre's domestic relations. Tracy he never ceased to hope that his son annul the verdict against Frank. Nov.conhis New is denied believed that the wife was innocent, would one day turn, out to be among viction trial sustained. Frank and Supreme Is Nor. 20. but imprudent; that she needed to be the living. court of Georgia denies a writ ot error to cautioned, possibly to be withdrawn Frank. Nov. 2L Application Is made to Ten years after the departure of the supreme court of the from the influence of ber admirer. was no mem- for writ of error. Dec 7. United States Marivaud, when there The supreme This plan, too, be cast aside. Finally ber of the family living, Louis, who court refuses a writ to review the Frank he determined to settle the matter with had for some time possessed and man- case. Dec. 9. Frank addresses court In Durier, but in such a way that It would aged the wine business, became engag- Atiamta and asserts his innocence; is sentenced to not appear to pertain in any way to tbe ed to Hortense Villaret, the daughter again for certificate death. Dec. 21. Appeal of "probable cause" lady. of a neighbor. Mile. Villaret belonged for appeal denied by Judge Newman in Meeting Durier at a ball. Tracy, to an aristocratic family, but the es- Atlanta. Dec. 28. United States supreme While both were dancing. Durier with tate had been confiscated during one court grants an appeal. Mme. Dalmaitre, purposely shoved bim. of the many changes In the sovereignDurier cast an irritated glance at bim, ty of France, and she was very poor. TOO. hut paid no further attention to tbe She and Louis were much in love1 with MEXICANS ARE STARVING matter. Tracy guided his partner each other, and ber father favored the again near Durier and brought about match because Louis was wealthy and Red Cross Reports That Hundreds of Thousands Are In Need. another collision. This time be scowl- could enable Hortense to return to the Hundreds of thousands of people in accuse him ot style of living to which the family had ed at Durier. as if to Mexico are starving, according to adbeing at fault in the matter. formerly been accustomed. which reached this country. As soon as the music stopped the All went happily for the lovers till a vices Han-n- a two men went to another room, where few weeks before the day set for the From Monterey Consul General reported a condition of serious fameach accused tbe other of purposely wedding. Then one day a man appearrunning against him in the dance. Tra- ed at the chateau claiming to be Vic- ine. It developed that the American cy was coolly abusive, tantalizing bis tor Marivaud. Louis was but twelve Red Cross and private citizens are now enemy into a passion. Finally the lat- years old when his brother left home, doing relief work in Mexico on a large of revter at a contemptuous remark of Tra- and, granting that this man was Vic- scale and that the continuance 6erious cy's turned on his heels with the. tor, he would not have remembered olution has had a much more :words "You shall bear from me" and, Mm. There was no other person at effect than had been realized in this Seeking a friend, sent n challenge by Hand who had been familiar with Vic- country. Thla is a new phase of the Mexican him. The episode was witnessed by tor to identify him. several persons, who gave tbe cause . But the claimant was able to tell of situation and indicates most impresas it appeared on tbe surface. many incidents that had happened on sively the general demoralization of country. It is expected that hun acDueling at that time was the the estate, which went far to prove the knowledged method among gentlemen, that he was what he claimed to be. He ger will play an Increasingly imporespecially In the south, of settling dis- explained his long absence in this wise: tant part in Mexico from now on and putes, and there was a grove not far During the fight In which he was re- that these conditions will add to the from the Crescent City where the duels ported missing he was knocked on the confusion and anarchy. The Red Cross took place. It was arranged that at head by the butt of a musket in the gave out the following message from sunrise the next morning the parties bands of a Chinaman and stunned. Consul General Hanna: "After four years of war this whole should meet at this grove and settle at When he came to himself he rememthe pistol's mouth which of the two bered nothing of the past, not even his country is short of food. 1 will make men had joggled the other in the dnnce. name. The dead were lying about him; ull supplies and money go as far as Whether Durier suspected the real the wounded had been removed. He possible." How Hadley Proposed. cause did not appear. arose and walked till he came to a The way President Arthur Twlnina But there was one person who saw city, where he eventually entered the througU Tracy's act and had learned service of a French merchant. After Hadley, according to a Yale legend, the consequences shortly after the passing through various vicissitudes he asked his prospective father-in-lafor words that passed between the two was taken suddenly ill and was remov- permission to marry his daughter was men. Tracy was living In bachelor ed to a hospital. After having been de- characteristic. At the time this gentlerooms at the time, and he had scarcely lirious on returning to his former con- man,, Luzon B. Morris, occupied an angot home from the ball when who dition he had exclaimed, "You rascally omalous political position. He had reshould appear but Mme. Dalmaitre. Chinaman, take that for yours!" But cently been elected governor of Con"This affair between you and Mr. seeing a nurse before him Instead of necticut but his claim was disputed, Durier must not take place. Why did a Chinaman he appeared much sur- and the state was in a political turmoil. you not make your demands on me in- prised. He had returned to a normal "Mr. Morris," was the way Mr. Hadstead of picking this quarrel with state, remembering that he was Vic- ley approached tbe subject of bis call, him?" "I hope that I at least may be per"I do not understand you, madame." tor Marivaud. mitted to to cjU you governor." appearance was a terrible blow She looked at him keenly for a time, toHis lovers, for, according to the World Work. the then said. "What do you wish me to French law of inheritance, Victor Mado?" Precaution. rivaud was the owner of the estate, in"Nothing." "Why did you insist on having your cluding the wine business. He told "My eyes have been opened. 1 assure new servant arrive on Saturday?" askyon T am perfectly innocent. I will Louis so many things that had occurred during tbe tatter's childhood that ed the neighbor. agree never to receive "your enemy Monday," There's no train back again. Apologize to him and end tbe Louis became convinced that the stran- replied' Mrs. Crosslots. till wanted "We ger was bis brother. Nevertheless it matter between you and him." for oar '"Are you aware that such a course ,was not to be expected that' he would to be sure of having help 'Star.-- Sunevery be pleased to see a brother of whom day dinner." Washington .would cause me to be cut by he had no remembrance and who fries! I hare?' would dispossess, him of his property. Give bb aa JntaraatioBal Bind to "Oh, heavens!" Vilentaai, a iBtornatioaal kart 4t cause of tbe Bat the severest blow was that Te fear tkat the real D. B. CNrral will be learned by the TrerKL" llaret immediately withdrew his cea- foL-Wfi- Uw -- An Episode 1m.tmitie,Wei&.'y&s i TrywU: 1 will mdu , --- o6kwr ITcould1BM''tlMr'tlfta1fint' W'aa'lpear.H-" h ' theCrescentCityl bi. The Claimant ' 1 Maxwell dfim)I915 Model 695 17SKfewTeatures comfortable and completely equipped with Top, Windshield, Speedometer, and anti-ski- d tires on rear, the 1915 Maxwell at $695 has more high priced car features than ever put in an automobile before for less than $1,000. Here is the easiest car to drive in the world here is the greatest all around hill climbing car in the world. Here is an automobile to be really proud of. Powerful fast unusually graceful and beautiful in its lines roomy, Sou-bis- d Holds the road at 50 miles an hour With Electric Starter and Electric Lights $55 extra. BUCHLA2STAJSr5 :LY03ST CO., USTCOPtPORATED CAi(PIILU.TILtJ, KENTUCKY. D'sWhuf nrs for Taylor, Green and Adair Counties. lI w-- I '" ten ;l www There's nothing like Hanna's Lustro-Finis- h for turning dingy .floors into bright and beautiful ones. No matter .how. worn they are inasLustoFini: makes them like new. Get a can and try it yourself. Stains and varnishes at one application. Makes old furniture new and beautiful. For Sale by ? w Jeffries Hardware Store Columbia Ky. BLACK PRINCE CIGAR The Easter Sunday Smoke Is the cigar. A high grade smoke for special occasions. Algood taste meet, by which class ways the favorite where men of 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 domes-t- it it is always appreciated. It at from $2.00 to'$3.50 per box. and imported cigars in stock Creenifoifg Cfear Co. seat to Ms daaahfrV mtarlmm ftiE A0A1R COUNTY NEW COULD SCARCELY Farmers af fllsking food om The farmers of this are making great ptogtmta of the pretty days. WALK ABOUT J. hM been toward making a crop. T. Boswm what Illy NeatsiKlrg. nWETTAJL. OBTsaca sommuni-t- y, Dr. OVER PJLXJXSL, Tripiett DENTIST DRUG OO. I AW Ftr Three i?M,n Mri. Vi believe I would have died if I hadn't ceat Wm Untie to Attari to taken it After I began taking Cardui I was greatly helped, and all three bottles entirely. I fattened up', and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like another person altogether." Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle- acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. JbytfHer x Pleesaat Hffl, N. C. "I suffered for ree summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vbtcent, of this town, "and the third and tost tuae, was my worst I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about Could not do any of my Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the ner fcousework. vous system, and helps to make pale, I also had dreadful pains in my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. aad sides and when one of those weak, Cardui has helped more than a million dating spells would come on me, 1 weak women, during the past 50 years. would have to give up and lie down, It will surely do for you, what it has aid it wore off. done for them. Try Cardui today. I was certainly in a dreadful state of Write to: Chattanooga Medietas Ladles' health, when I finally decided to try vlsory Dept.. Chattanooga, Ten., Co., 8p4cial Ad for on your case and book, CacriuL the woman's tonic, and I firmly Treatnent for womtn," sant la plain wrapper. "Hob ge J--tf Special Notice ! it no The rain that fell here last SatColumbia, Ky. urday night was a great help to better. phonx a. ornca paorti m Otis, the little son o Mr and wheat and meadows. Mr. R. B. White visited his Mrs. J. W. Harvey who had been brother last week, who is in the very sick is better. HENRY W. DEPP, Rollin Bean and E. D. Sparks civil service. Miss Beatrice Breeding visited started for Winchester, 111., WedDENTIST Miss Lela Beard, last week. nesday, to spend the summer. Am permanently located' in Co Rev. J. V. Daniel, of Casey Wm. Jessey, of Breeding, was lumbia. county, preached a very interesthere Friday looking for hogs. All Classes of Dental work done. Crow W. J. Bean and J. W. Harvey ing sermon here last Sunday BrM$e and Inlay work a Specialty. night. were in Columbia, Thursday. All Work Guaranteed Misses Florence Beard and viHardis Harvey was at Breedolet Hardwick, of this place, ing Saturday on business. Office over G. W. Lowe's visited Mr. Owen Beard and Mrs. G. A. England, of Horse Shoe Store wife, of Eunice, last week. Cave, was visiting her brother Mr. E. L. Grant is on the sick J. B. Stone J. H. Stohb G. W. Sparks, several days of list. last week. & Stone, Miss Lillian Bryant, who has X. W. Scott was visiting at pneumonia, is some better at Attenev-At-USparks ville. last Sunday. this writing. W31 pradice in Baker Jessey made a business Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. call at Breeding Friday. this aad adjoining counties. From a small beginning very sick for several days, Stone w Woodson Lewis Qreensburg, Ky. Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick and satisfactory fence. NOTE THE PRICE. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c What is the best laxative? Yean of experience in selling all kinds leads us to always recommend People Ask Us jtexoEfc (frtdeoiett Paull Drug Co. as the safest, surest and most satisfactory. Sold only by us, 10 oeats. the sale and use of this remedy has extended to all parts of the United States and to many foreign countries. When you have need of such a medicine give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial and you will understand why it has become so popular for coughs, cold and croup. For sale by Paull Drugs Co. Ad Jamstown, t KenticKy I. fL joHes Veterinary Surgeon and Dantiat ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence. near Graded School building. PHONE NO. 7N Rugby. A Splendid Otter. T. J, Rosson's condition still For the next thirty days we will continues serious. Have to sit famish The Adair County News one year, 'the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir- up with him all the time. He er, one year,' Boy's Magazine, monthly, one year, Farm and Fireside, semiMagamonthly, one year; zine, monthly, one year; and Poultry Pointers, monthly,"'one year, all for $1.65. 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- 's " " " " " ' 7 8 8 9- " " " ' 6 6 9 6 9 " 9 " " " " " " " " " " 26 "" 32 32 "" "" " "" 39 ' 39 '" 18c " 20c " 18c The body of Robert " 22c Crawford, the missing Louisville " 20c Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as to Quality and Price. A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhill Wagons. Satisfaction, or your money back." Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth- ing, both We young man, was found on a lone island near Memphis with a bullet hole in his head. The secret of his suicide will never be known. President Wilson declines to join with Secretaries Bryan and Daniels in the prohibition movement and reasserts his views as in favor of local option, but opposed to the question being made a political one. some forms of Rheumatism Curable Rheumatism is a disease characterized by pains in the joints and in the joints and in the muscles. The most common forms are. Aute and Chronic Rheumatism, Rheumatic Headaches, Sciatic Rheumatism and Lumbago. All of these types can be helped absolutely by applying some good lini- at old prices. have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Lime for this month, only 90c. Surveying Land Owners Attention. C. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON T.'C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e years rea- experience. Charges sonable. Phone 74 or write X.C. ;FaiiIfcner,- 'Columbia, K Whole Family dependent in the market for $20,000,000 Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio, worth of new equipment, includKeep it handy in case of emergency. ing 144 locomotives, 146 writes: "Our whole family depend on Ad For sale by Paull Drug Co. Maybe someone in passenger cars and 10,000 freight your family has a severe Cold percars. haps it is the baby. The original Dr. Mayor Garter Harrison in his Special Attnetin to Eyes is an ever ready Bell's final message to the Chicago The Supreme Court of the household remedy it gives immediate PiBtulo, Spavin or any.aur-gichas decided work done at. lair prices, 'I urn Legislative body declared him- United States penetrates relief. well fixed to take care of stock. Hon against Franks, the Atlanta mur- the linings of the Throat and Lungs, a doe when work, is done or stock self as strongly' in favor of muderer, holding that he had been destroys the Germs, and allows Naremoved from stables. ownership of public s. LKATWN protected in all of his rights by ture to act At Paull Drug. Co. 25c. NEAIEI lUdET IESIIENCE. nicipal sneer. wftMtisvuie J the Georgia courts. Ad. . all-steel Pine-Tar-HonePine-Tar-Honey ment that penetrates. An application of Sloan's Liniment two or three times a day to the atfected part will give instant relief. Sloan's Liniment two or three times a day to the affected part will give instant relief Sloan's Liniment is good for pain, and especially Rheumatic Pain, because it penetrates to the seat of the trouble, soothes the afflicted part and draws the pain. "Sloan's Liniment is all medicine " Get a25c bottle now. suffers a great deal. Stays under the influence. COLUMBIA, KKKTUCKV5 Mrs. Mary Breeding, of BreedWill Practice in airtheJCourti ing, is in a critical condition 0!fice:-- ln RollinlHurt'jJOfflc with a slow fever. Every one hopes that aunt Mary will set up. Business Pho elA Mrs. Lula Shepherd, of Nash- taUeace Phone 13 B ville, Tenn., is at the bedside of N. MLIRRELL DR. Mrs. Mary Breeding. Mr. and Mrs. John Moran, of DENTIST Columbia, were at the bedside Dffice, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g of T. J. Rosson last week. Your scribe and Lee Sparks up btatrs. your city last week. were in Columbia, - Kentucky Mac Gabbert returned has. Co., where he has from Barren been collecting for the Rawleigh Notice Co., for the past two weeks, General Blacksmithing Willie Bean and Alva Harvey Bujrsry. Carriage and Wagon Repairine neaUy were in Columbia last Wednes- done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia day, on business. attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and Uncle Ezekial Rowe is in a satisfaction Guaranteed. critical condition from heart ShoD on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot trouble and other complications. ' PHONE NO.: 75 Rollin Bean and Dud Sparks JEFF PARSON, left a for Horse Cave, and if they Campbellsville, Ity. did not find work there, they were going further. Investigation by government Miss Eva Rupe is on an exofficials show that there was no tended visit at Mrs. Flora grounds for the newspaper story 4 W. T. OTTLEY J. to the Public r Ros-son- s. The farmers here are nearly that Japan with a large fleet of done breaking corn ground and cruisers was establishing a naval a few have planted. We are needing rain bad as the ground base on Lower California, is getting hard. The Pennsylvania Railroad is "Poll-evi- l, al Pine-Tar-Hon- ey util-itie- "-- U ' 4k- - Vf' 4 J O u Xi 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville." v V ter thesale3'of"-pian63:-'We'u- derstand they djd au ments along the coast are" being fairly good bombarded by warships of the Allies v $. Wiiaverhad;fine weatherfor tthe past ten, days. ' Considerable lot of corn planted in this community' last week. Xawrence Simmons was in business. Dr. V. Chpain,' of Columbia, will fill his regular appointment at Union on the first Sunday in May. At that time the Sunday We School will be .would be glad to have as many Columbia5last Friday. Sheriff Mitchell, of Columbia, vwas in this community a day or rsa-o- f last week. W. C. Hill put in a few days on Khe bank of the creek, last week, Wishing. Mrs. Alfred Parson and daugh as possible that are interested in the Sunday School work to be present at the meeting. DEVELOPMENTS IN WAR SITUATION. snent several days of last 'week visiting in the Portland The German Admiralty ancommunity. nounced that a British to-da- y ter James Young called in to see submarine was sunk five days sisonhis return from Monroe ago in Helgoland Bay, which county last Friday, where he pur- lies between the mainland and the Island of Helgoland, one of chased a large drove of cattle. W. P. Flowers spent a day or the mo3t important German narso in Columbia, last week, on val stations. It is said British submarines have been observed business. repeatedly in this David Kinnaird, of the Nell and attacked community, passed through here bay and that others probably ithe first of the weak with a load have been desr toyed. of wheat, that he ,had sold at In Petrograd it is asserted that attacks of Austrian forces on the "treensburg at $1.36 per bu. Russians who invaded Northern W. L: Grady lost a very fine Hungary have failed. ' The tteacock colt, last week, from in- attempted, outflanking fjtines sustained from falling in movements along the1 section of a'ditch". Mr. Grady says' it was the Carpathian line where the" aiie'-cthe finest he ever saw. Russians succeeded in reaching ,nThe M. W A. have a very the Hungarian plains, but p acliarge camp" here which meets cording to the information fromj Regularly with a larg attend- Petrograd they were put to route ance. Your reporter is not with large lossses. with the secrecy of the In France and Belgium yesterFraternity, But if the other day there was a continuation of are good as their vocal the minor operations such as 'miisic that can be heard from have been under way of late. ttheir hall, it certainly is a fine Small successes are claimed by "institution. the Germans, but the French 'Messrs. Go wen & Coomer, who communication gives no new derare sawing out a set of logs for tails IHicks & Durham, of Greensburg, A Geneva dispatch says Ausraear this place, had the misfor-ttun- e trian and German subjects in to lose their mill by fire, Switzerland have been recalled one night last week. The origin to their respective,countries. It o ithe fire is not known at this is also reported that the Itallian 'time We understand there was Government, has requisitioned all inolumber burned. Itallian vessels engaged in trade 'We' were all glad to shake the with the United States. rtfi&hds of Will Diddle once more, The deadlock in the . negop?rho arrived from Adairville last tiations between Austria and ItiFriday .afternoon. He reports aly has been broken and hopes of tgood rains in Logan county and a settlement of the questions at jfee-moof the people through issue without resort to arms have planting corn. been revived in Rome. It is not known by persons other than Miss Ethel Moss, one of accomplished young those closely concerned what ?ladies, is , visiting Miss Mollie chang has taken place to relieve the apparently hopeless situation TFIowers of our city this week. The addition that is being put but Rome assumes that either io the Big Creek schoolhouse Austria or Italy has made some building jy the Cole Bros., is g concession. Italy has been reppushed to a finish. When resented previously as demandcompleted will be one of the best ing in their entirety the Trent and Istria districts, as well as school buildings in the county. ' Messrs. Thos. Combs and Clay the Dalmatian Islands in the ISinnaird two farmers Aegean, whereas Austria was jf ;ed Lick, were in our midst believed to be willing to yield on one day la3t week; while in con- ly a comparatively small part of versation with Mr. Combs on the this territory. A strong Turkish army is pre- subject of stocky he .reported something like a car load of extra paring to offer resistence to the :ood lambs, in his community land forces with which the Al.&ut iiogs and cattle a little scarce. lies expect to attack the Dardanelles fortifications from the Mr. L. S. Smith was on the rear. An Athens dispatch says .sick iist several days of last week the Turks have entrenched them'ijut we are glad to report that he selves strongly along the coast at this time.. , of the Gulf of Saros. It is in Burn-ssidMessrs W. B. Horn, of this vicinity, according to unoffimd Ralph Hurt, of .Columr cial advices yesterday, that 20,- few days in this Lopo British and .jPrench troops 3QiBmiuuy laat week .looking af-- have landed. Turkish .encamp- "' -- Aus-tria- ns f fa-imili- ar The Determination of the 'Ger man offensive and the high cost to the Allies of an advance are shown again in the fighting near AT Ypres, as when the British took Neuve Chapelle last month. Since the capture of Hill No. 60 by the British, the Germans have ' ' FROM -- ' made one attack after another in 17. the attempt co regain this im., portant strategic position. The We wifl offer our entire stock of Merchanlosses on both sides are bedise for CASH at 10 per cent, discount, and lieved to run into the thousands. .. , many things a COST. So far as has been disclosed, the British have succeeded in retainWe pay the highest' market price for Eggs ing the hill. both in Cash and Goods. Petrograd reports that during Give us a chance to show you that this is the last fortnight there has been a FACT, not TALK. artillery fighting- in Northern $ Russian Poland, near the East Prussian frontier. The Russians are said to have won the advantage. The check to the Russian He turned them out into the cruel The Murderer. advance in the Carpathians, asstreet; What were their rags, cheeks hollow, decribed in Berlin to Russian (BY MRS. G. W. WHITE ) .. eyes grown dim? .. feats, is'said in Petrograd to be His hand is white, upon it gleams a Or what their little children's.' naked feet? due to spring floods, which make fin?; His brow is sunny, and he wears a While money jingling-'- went maneuvers difficult. smile; ti. - . .. BRITISH ARMY IN FRANCE. You would not not dream that e'er so At sobs and prayers he mocked his . . breast was stone; foul a thing :, ... London, April 22. The British As blood, red blood, was staining him' The Dulse of the uniygrse might thrill, expeditionary force in France, And he ' would stand as marble, all the while "" nsing'waters of'the JTrle alone. which aLthe. beginning of , the That all'the Could'' notf efface: the sea's eternal 0,moUie Jyinff lonelyi tomb, war consisted of sixf divisions,, flood1 ''-Your boj J;he weak of earth has long from man the stain of has been, increased to more than Can beguiled; ;i ; r; 4tV ' ': blood; Better-son'couch of dust and mold x roughly divisions, .or, i thirty-si. jand, gloom, speaking, .750,000 men,according A murderer! Oh, did he,, ifc that Than from heaven to see him hand ' to abatement, jmade- - by David Of whiteness with adagger in its clasp, thus defiled. And, while his'angry breath in fierce- If you.shall wait forever for your child Chancellor of the While many a .happier mother kisses ness fanned Exchequer, in the House of Com- His vjctiin, press with furious, frenhers,. I 5' Special GILL & WAGGENER'S April 29, to May - $i$ fc$x$$$ J x into'-'rVf- o i in-,yo- ". never-was- h . s n Lloyd-Georg- e, Men may look out upon the world and zied grasp, say: Until the glittering blade stabbed The Chancellor added that the "We made the laws that stole hec boy through a heart? place of every man who had faU Or did he send a swiftly speeding ball away, filled and Crashing into a brain, as though a dart And we. as well as he, are murderers." len in battle had been one Of vivid, cleaving lightning-badA nation, most magnificently great, that the army was adequately fall? The hideous role of Pilate stoops.to mons. e . f , st Camp-Fbelisvill- e's -- be-rfn- -- up-to-da- te i -- -- . -- e, equipped. , But he reiterated the Or did he mix some deathly, treacherous draught, need for a greater supply of And give it slyly in a kindly way; munitions, declaring that during And, while the weak, unconscious the battle of Neuve Chapelle victim quaffed, Sport lightly, as the tiger, .with its more 'ammunition was used than prey? in the whole, of the. South Afri- In velvet touches who would feel alarm? can war, w,hich lasted nearly In soft words what is there for one to three years. ' dread? ': The interesting information Instinot alone the ruder breast doth Jj arm; was also jjiyen out that the out- j Man, "duller, trusts the'foe that strikes put. of, the munition factories him dead. had been, increased more than A murderer! Oh, 'tis a sorry tale riineteenfold since the outbreak That I am telling; you will weep, j ' know. of the war, but the call was still He had a mother once wan, fainting, for more, and, as Mr. pale, to hold the She held him closely ere she let him continues go, opinion that consumption of liAnd as the light went out from her quor is interfering with the work blue eyes, ""deal She sighed for wondering what his he promised legislation to fate would be. with this matter. f If she can gaze from yonder skies, The figures made public by I hope, I pray, her boy she may not the Chancellor as to the size of see. the British army in France and They laid her cold and still within a exdenditure of ammunition has grave; caused great surprise in England And careless training gave the paths of where the opinion has been gen A flowerysin brightness; he was bold and eral that about half that number! brave, of men had reached the front, And what a noble man he might have especially as there has been no B by he wanted goldthe or any decrease in cne num- need sign so, ode day eld b Dear,y all-- atfd men training ber of Khaki-cla- d He put a sign up you may plainly read: in this country. 'Elquors and wines gold here by Reu-.- , ben Gray." It is likely that many of the new men have already been un- Left their few dimes and dollars in his hand, der fire, a3 the Germans are makHe starved their wives and children, ing repeated attempts to recapgiving'gin rum in place of food and house ture Hill 60, near Ypre3, which And' and land; the British tqok on Sunday, and Gayly and oft he stirred the poison' up, have, according to Field Marshal By certain deadly, nauseous murderous - rules, " t French's report been repulseid And. laughed to see menMmbling, with great loss. lift che cup,..I I r 4 I-- play; It sells the death sign at the State, doors of And license gives to wile frail souls. away. ,. t would not,sit in judgment, bu I I : . know That in God's .bosom wrath will soma j : :" time atir;And he .will cry, that darkening day, ; of.voe( v,-r r ..' How dared he make this man a ,mur derer? -- iy,- - ,7 Th litest. lJIG" r;i FPANCE. Lloyd-Geor- ge far-of- The Germans 'are pouring'-troopinto Flanders to press the, attack which at its heginning forced the Allies back to 'the Yser Canal. To force their way through to Calais is supposed to be their intention. The Canadians, who held the' extreme left in the British line near Ypres, by rallying with fierce counter attacks, enabled the Allies to regain much of the ground conceded. ITALY. : s s l.t j Diplomats are watching Italy,' .which seems to have reached no decision. By the postponements of the Council of Ministers, it is inferred that negotiations with: Austria are proceeding. GERMANY. 5i;;sinta ,. VA The Germans have their sub- -. marine warfare again under way. They captured the Danish steamer Nidaros; the Norwegian barks Oscar and Eva and the Swedish steamer Ruth were torpedoed;' the Norwegian steamer Caprrvi chuokled at the the.folly of the was blown- up by a mine off the , " ' English coast and the Finnish fools. Whitley county has voted pikes.1 3;000 voted for If women wentlwith brekea heart? to steamer Frack was torpedoed in bonds for .1 him it, 500 against.' Jv-And - -- k -- fS8WV"r -