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Wednesday May 12 at 4 p. m., Maypole drill and exhibit of Primary De- Base Bail. boys lost to St. The Lindsey-Wilso- n Marys last Saturday afternoon, but it was a close and spirited game. In the latter part of the seventh inning the score stood 6 to 4 in lavor of the visiting team. At this juncture the home team had three men on bases and it looked good for the ,boys, but the visitors changed pitchers and the contest continued until the close without change, the game closing 6 to 4 in favor of St. Marys. The game went through without a disturbance, and the two teams partedfeellng good Citizens Personals. Prof. C. Turner will preach the baccalaureate sermon at the Baptist church, Sunday morning 11 a. m., May 9th. Class night May 11, 8 p m. at Graded School Gym. Commencement at Baptist church, Thursday evening, May 13, 8 pm. Address. by J. T. C Noe, A. M., head of department of Education, State University. Public is cordially invited to all these exercises. partment. Wednesday evening May declamatory contest. 12, 8 o'clock Thursday May 13, 4 p in., Recital givenby the beginners fi music. Friday evening May 14, 8 o'clock, graduating recital in music by Misses Alma McFarland and Nellie Huffaker. Saturday evening May 15. 8 o'clock, Elocution and Music. Presentation of gold medal for best year's work. Sunday May 16, 11 o'clock, at the Methodist Church, commencement sermon by Dr. Alexander. Monday May 17, 10 a m., at the Chapel, Graduating exercises and address by Dr. Alexander. Important Meeting. Field Day. Day Mr. M. F. Snow, of Burkesville, At a meeting of citizens of the Counwas here a few days ago. Monday, quite ty at the court-hous- e an interest was manifested in the Mr. W. P. Nunnally made his regproposed Dixie Highway, which may ular trip to Columbia a few days ago. be located through Adair. Mr. A. E. Reamey, Nashville, was A committee was appointed, comat the Hancock Hotel a few days ago. posed of J. O. .Russell, W. A. Coffej and N. M. Tutt, who are members of Mr. W. E. McCandless spent the latths Commercial club to correspond ter part of last week in Edmonton with representative men in Nelson, Mr. G. R. Reed was in Russell counWashington, Marion, Taylor, Russell ty all last week. and Clinton with a view to enlisting Mr. L. R. Cheif, merchant of interest along the line through the State, and of securing representation Knifley, was here Friday on business. at the Chattanooga meeting the 20th Mr j Wm May, Louisville, was here inst;. Next Saturday will be Field at It was also recommended that a pop Mr. CarL W. Taylor, Campbellsville, There will be a meeting of the ComLindsey-WilsoAn attractive ular meeting be held at Creelsboro at was the at tne ancock Hotel Friday. mercial Club of Columbia, in the program has been arranged and all an early day, to be fixed, to discuss Badly Powder Burned. front room of the News office, this Mr. Sam An tie was quite sick sevwho will attend will enjoy the day. the question of ways and means to (Wednesday) evening May 5. It is There will be jumping, running races, fill in the gap between Columbia and eral days of last week. hoped that all the members will be by way of Albany. Last Monday week Chester Rey- basket ball game, shot put, and many the Tennessee-linMiss Anna Eubank has been quite present, as there will be important nolds, a son of Mr. Hally Reynolds, other interesting exercises If it is a This is a very important matter to sick for a few days. business touching the interest of and Frank Triplett, son of Mr. Bud fair day an immense crowd .will doubt- the counties interested and especially Adair county. Do not make an en- Triplett, the boys being between less be present. the counties of Adair, Russell Mrs. Mary J. McCIaln's condition is not favorable. Fcr the last two days gagement that will prevent you thirteen Jand fifceen years old, were and Clinton. she has been very weak. from being present. out from their respective homes with The Work of Masons. N. M. Tutt a can of powder. They poured the Mr. Marvin Young has been conNegative Won. powder form the can on a rock, put fined to his room for several days, but Two Old Ladies. fire to it, the fun being to see it flash. A degree team of McNeal Lodge, is better. A large audience was in the Lindsey-They enjoyed themselves in this way Lebanon Junction, at the invitation Mr. Wm. Francis, Campbellsville. Chapel last Thursday evenfor some minutes when the fun ceasfed. of Pitman Lodge, Campbellsville, vis- Wilson was at the Hancock Hotel a few days Last Sunday was the birthday of From a flash vthe powder in the can ited the latter place last Monday. In ing, to hear the following question since. Mrs. Easter Dohoney, this place, she and there was an explo- the afternoon the Fellow Craft degree discussed: years old. Her being ninety-seve- n Resolved, "That Foreign ImmigraMr. Jo N. Conover was in the Louis'-villsion Reynolds got badly burned was conferred on several and at 7:30 mind is active and her general health about the face, Dr. C. M. Russell berecently, purchasing v market work of conferring the Master tion Should X& Further Restricted by the is good. She is the mother of Mrs. ing called to administer unto him. Masons degree on six candidates was an Educational Test." L. W. Bennett. goods for-MNannie Flowers with whom she makes The Triplett boy was also a victim, commenced. McNeal Lodge has the Marvin Perryraan and Azro Hadly her home. She is also the mother of but his burns were not so severe. reputation of being one of the bright- affirmed; Guy Stephenson and Sam Mrs. Cosby McBeath and two chilJ. P. Dohoney, SrM J. C, and W. T. Tuesday the Reynolds boy's face was est in the State, and its work Monday Duvall denied. The first two named dren arrived from Monticello a few days ago. Dohoney. swollen very badly. evening convinced the local lodge and represented the Frogge Literary SoNext Monday, the 10th inst., will be Mr. Clarence Jackman, who has vis- ciety;- the latter two the Columbia the two hundred and twenty-fivthe birthday of Mrs. Nancy Acre, who On next Sunday evening at 7:30 p. itors, that it was entitled to its very Debating Society, both societies be- been in the South for several years, lives at Roy, Adair county, and she m.,' at the Christian Church, I will returned home last week. enviable reputation. About twenty longing to the school. will be one hundred years old. Her preach on Communion, glyjng a kindspeaking showed that all the The to be good. ly review of a sermon delivered by brothers made up the team and the speakers had studied tne question, and Miss Rea Wi)kinson, of Campbellsgeneral health is also-saiwork was impressively and accurately ville, is visiting at the home of Mr. Rev. E. F. Wright on the "same topdone, not a book used in any part of many strong points were made for aqd R. L. Faulkner, Garnett Ave. Why you Will Choose an Ansco ic. Other topics mentioned by him against, but the negative won out, the ceremony. Mrs R. F. Paull was with her husin his discourse will be discussed Kodak? After the degrees were conferred creating great enthusiasm 'by all the band on a trip to Lexington last? Every body is invited. A special inthere was an elaborate banquet in the members of the Columbia Society. week. vitation to attend hs extended to the dining room of the hall. The Judges were Rev. O. P. Bush, Baptist brethren. You will choose an Ansco because It was indeed a delightful and in- Mr. John W. Flowers and Prof. W. M. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Strange, PicTobias Huffaker. it gives results that's important to nic, were shopping in Columbia last structive meet, and the thirty Ma- Wilson. i). you. you snouia Know tnau me ansco Thursday. county I have three Registered Defender sons of Columbia and Adair is the amateur Camera of professionWhy Not Try a Lecture Ccu;?e." bred Duroc Jersey Male hogs for sale were delighted with their visit. Judge J. C.' Carter passed through al quality. Its success has been built Farrowed July 28, 1914, will weigh Columbia Saturday, en route to open, on accuracy on achievement based v Judge H. C. Baker, Republican canW. R, Lyon, about 150 pounds. Miifi and simplicity and reliability. To 26-We belie"ve0that a; lecture course Court MondayafcLiberty I didate to represent Adair and r ; Campbellsville i.t-'-tf own an ansco should be the aim of c Legislature, will would be'a! go"olthing joxj Columbia, the next . Nell: an eight jeat,old. daughter of tX'i! very boy and girl. Enter into the A colored man in Boyle county shot address the? voters of, thjs county, at and that our'peQpleJowptildH,pktronize trn't'Vri.cl hlinf 8mU Ansco spirit of picture taking and re- and killed, a, few days ago, an importit.- - It migKbejjWejybto-star- f a Course ,.Diuuuaji ween, tne alize its wonderful possibilities, its ed pheasant: Hewasai; flrStdaybHircait courts ofnot to'excejsd four lectures $q be- -' charms. Make an Ansco your .chum. rested and triec(at,panyille,' the jury gm wiui. AA"n Hftw jiiearu some raus, Know its ease of operation for superb fixinea fine 'of hiiErices'oh Rtibber Tires gone dowri. lawiyrjapsacn aasourse 'nngnrADe OCUUiug giis jB unci) Licai .cwin'ivrtiiu- results, A little child is quickly This information ''is dronpedJin aiLa t&lLnd see?'me "Before paying. Best s one efoiireMstSrs to be-- , -. " ' taught to intelligently handle aft warniner-t- o huntersiin Adair" county., jr.TiUste',-- Eubanlc. n. Friday. e was-reache- e r. e d , Cum-berland- 2t 1 i- -- 1 r'iri'g-iiec- .ijaii MisJfl -- k'' - .. -- cy- ? - seventy-flfedollar- sl ." tsi-t&i'b- y pjFj.vtas1in-C61umblaia'feVdays7ag- T'Kio'ijnnlo rrTri'ari1aa 27-Ansco It is so simple and mastered. See them before yqubuyVx was tnat ne tnougni; vtne. pneasanc , Thereris'a" white ew, sheep on my ' L. E. Young, Columbia, Ky. was testimonvJiadl 'Go5fi rain fell here last Sunday farnj"which' the Wrier can! have for bu6 hejVyet a sick man. bnf his. j j ; St. r: no weight1 witKfiejJurn Rev. W. F. Hogard will probably be night, greatly reviving vegetation. the keeping and Spaying for this no' . jT.rT. Brookman Elsewhere in this issue of The News at homethe last of this weetc. He is afternoon, same day, there tice. In the' t Joppa, Ky. Mr. Elzy Bailey, "who lives at Ozark, were good rains in other sections of iaa death notice of Mr. E. F. Rowe, very cheerful1, being free from sufferxrhowasa Union soldier during the and Miss "Nona JRoy, who lived at the county. Other parts are dry and ing. No oiders taken for tuning, at half Civil war He was born April 21 Roy, were married on Sundaytthe a general pourdown is needed. price, after this week. 1844. In speaking of his death Mr. 25th ult. Mrs. J, S. Read, sister of Mrs. R. Y. J. W. Hicks. Will C. Dohoney, of this place, named Hindman. left for her home, Carthage, R. Tutt, Milltown, of W Tenn., this morning. the following old soldiers who yet "Uncle Ephram's Summer JBoard R.J.Lyon, Campbellsville, bought Regisa fine Jive in Adair county who were born in ers" drew a large crowd to the Graded tered Duroc Jersey Male hog sired by All persons indebted to the late W. Mrs. U. L. Taylor, who suffered L. Walker by note please come for 1844. J. B. Garmon, J. O. Moore, J. School Gym last Wednesday evening. Defender J. ward and pay same or they will be f with rheumatism and other disabiliP. Dixon, B. F. Chewning, Jas. It was given by pupils of the school 26-put in the hands of an officer for col- ties for several weeks, has about reLlttrell, Jas. Morrison, John Hadley, and each performer acquitted him covered. Mrs. Tolie Walker. lection. H. B. Ingram. These are all the old and herself in a very creditable manLast Saturday the pupils of Mrs. C. 26-soldiers in Adair county born in 1844. ner. The play was full of fun and it M. Russell, Miss Alice Walker and . Mr. R. J. Lyon, of the Buchanan was highly enjoyable by the many Mrs. Ray Montgomery, music and exLyon Company, was over last WedFOR SALE. -- White Faced Black SpanTimes getting better. Steel drop who put in an appearance. Allen nesday and delivered to Mr. John A. pression, entertained at the home of ped in the market. Now is the time Eubank, who played the parfof a colChapman, Glenville, a Ford machine. Quite a number were ish eggs; 75c. for 15. Full Stock. the former. to get a nice steel water tank and ored farm boy, received many compli- present, enjoying the occasion. The Mrs. E. L. Feese, Columbia, Ky. Box 173. Mrs. J. H. Kinnaird and Miss Ger Kitchen sink from S F. Eubank. ments, as did the singing by Eva efforts of the pupils showed advanceCall and see them. trude Kinnaird, Red Lick, visited Corinne Breeding; Nellie ment, all the exercises being faultless Walker and Its the film that makes the picture. 27-Sims and Frank Callison. In fact, it ly rendered. The teachers are skilled Buy the original and perfect film. Mrs. Zora Rowe last week. The for-was good from start to finish, and all in their profession, and received many Fits all standard Cameras. On sale at mer is, the mother of the latter. A writer sends the following i from who took part received the praise compliments on the rapid progress of L. E Young, the Jeweler. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Harris and their Burkesville, dated April 28: "Thedis-cover- au appreciated audience. their pupils. little daughter, Margaret, left Friday of a coal vein on the farm of your heard with a Thorough- morning to spend Saturday and SunHead Will Bryant, on Dutch creek, this Born, to the wife of Dr. R. Y. Hind-mabred Registered Duroc Jersey Male. day with their son. Mr. John A. HarSunday School Attendance. county, may result In the opening of 26, 1915, a daughter. April It will pay you. W. R. Lyon Camp- ris, who is teaching in Columbia, a new coal mining field in Kentucky. Mother and baby doing reaaonbly well. bellsville, has some good ones for sale. Tenn. $i ter considerable labor the mine has Ths following figures show the Sun- 26-been opened sufficiently to justify the Invitations to the marriage of Miss day School attendance in Columbia Mr. Leon Lewis, son of Mr. and statement that coal exists 'there in Mary Myers 'to Mr. Herman Barnett; last Sunday: Mrs. Sam Lewis, left last Friday Mr. J. W. Richards secured the conpaying quantities. Other property Miss Grace Conover to Mr. Cecil Ram ' 160 for Chillicothe, Ohio, having' been en- -, Methodist Cum- sey, are out. tract to build Mr. J. F. Neat's resi- gaged by a base ball team of that city., owners are investigating in the will be a double wedIt v 110 Baptist dence: The work has commenced. for the season.' He is a catcher'and a berland county hills in hopes of find- ding and the ceremony will take place Christian 108 quantities at. the Mvers' home Wednesday morn- ing other veins Sufficient 54 godd one. Presbyterian of coal would ue an incentive to the lDg) May 12j 1915, at 10 o'clock. Overall Bargains. Mr. Doc Walker visited at the home building of a railroad into this sec- 432 Total Mr. J. T. Page has had an awning i of his uncle, Mr. J. A. Diddle, Logan tion." From now until the 31st of this county, last week. On his return, he erected in front of Garrison Bros , For Site. month we will run our stock of over- was accompanied by his aunt, Miss I now have the EasiestPump on the store which adds comfort to the in alls at 20 per cent., discount. Call Sallie Diddle. uuket. Call and see my stock before terior of the building. and look,them over buying. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ' Two good milch cows, one fresh, the 27-Judge Junius Hancock went to . Garrison Bros. now on, the library will be From 27-S. F. Eubank. ' '" Louisville Saturday. He will remain only on Saturday afternoons other will be in a few weeks. opened 26-J. Press Miller. it matters not the kind of Kodak in the city until his daughter, Mrs. G. wife of J. L. McLean, from 8 to 6. The members will be alBorn, to the you have,,X have the film that fits. W. Lowe, is able to come home. Lat keep the books for 7 days lowed th 22nd ult .a oq Vinsom Eles- - Nine new books were added last week. See Young's Kodaks anS supplies. Try them:""" ter, Mrs. Lowe will reach home L. E, Young. y ,yfvuUulu.v i ,., - SUbberuisea 3t SF. '.- fin'it. ?. 1 ... CU-JJ. MIf. Th'bjtnas Hadjeyr ottFcprrespoiid- - tC eTKSfa" 1- -- 27-2- J. 2t 3t 3t y n, 2t . v .. 2t . 3t 2t to-da- it. " f' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AIMAIMIMn J inaugurated as will make it easy to raise money to carry on these great works of public improvement, without the IThls State Aid Law for Building. Good Roads Promises To Be the laying too neavy aofburden upon now whom are tax payers, many Create .1 Blessing Ever Brought To Ken'ucky Land Owners, bearing their fair share, and sometimes more than their share. The If Le Burden of the Taxes is Not Thrown Upon Them State's revenues are not sufficient by Through Unwise Legislation. . nearly a million dollars a year to meet $20 INCREASE PER ACRE riATC n,T-- r trTFMr. STATE AID LAW rr ON LAND What's The Matter With Your Baby? Tha young: mother and many an old Mrs. M. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky.. and Mrs. one. too Is often puzzled to lenow the L. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxacause of her child's ill nature. The loudness of its crying- does not neces- tive given is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. sarily Indicate the seriousness of its It lias been found to answer most perfectly trouble. It may have nothing more eel-n- g all tho purposes of a laxative, and it3 very the a headache or a f matter of general dullness. It cannot, of tourse, describe its feelings, but as a .preliminary measure you are safe in fcrying a mild laxative. .Nine times out of ten, you will And it Is all tho child needs, for its restlessness and pee ishness are perhaps due to obstruction of the bowels, and once that has been remedied the headache, the sluggishness and the many other evidences of constipation and indigestion will quickly disappear. Don't give the little one salts, cathartic pills or nasty waters, for these will ct as purgatives, and they are too trong for a child. In the families of . with it than 4 v lh " - mildness and freedom from griping recommend it especially for the use of children, women, and old folks generally people who need a gentle bowel stimulant. Thousands of American families have been enthusiastic about it for more than a quarter of a century. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simoly addressing Dr. "W. B. Caldwell. 403 Washington St, Monticello. 111. Your name and adJreas? on a postal card will do. the income tax. direct election of WELL DRILLER Senators and other progressive ? WimBbpw umnt vnnaA T'"',A. Vv-I. (rLBVAlCyrrtl ?"S2iiiS .... I will drill wells in Adair and they are on ninmma miuvfc.wwa V. J i.1 'measures, but The new and greater Kentucky, as a result of wise legislation, as against the old Kentucky, with unwise legislation, high taxes, bad the Statute book?, backed by 3. adjoining counties. See me be roads,, poor scnools and worse school houses. Which do you prefer? An increase of at least 20 an acre least twenty-fivmillions of dollars the expenses of government. These solid Democratic party, and a Latest im"OTl the value of all lands adjoining be met ?ut the counties where these roads are ?"sn,aT0 the 'good sprinkling of Republican fore contracting. proved roads built under the new built. the property of our State Aid Law is estimated by expert This is a splendid beginning. What citizens. proved machinery of all kinds. Any legislation that would tend to votes. calculators who have gone into the a difference this will make to the land ubject very thoroughly. owners, the farmers and all others cripple or render less valuable any of It takes courage to meet an isPump Repairing Done. Give The building of these public high-- who make use of county roads, wheth- - the great industries of the ways will also increase all other lands er for business or pleasure. There State, will necessarily transfer the sue, but it takes greater courage mp n proportion in every county and dis- - are many 20 burden to . . MV M - - I - T' 3 -4 ' yj- - to-d- ay i e ' im-ji- n ; j 1 tax-payin- g trict, ever come to the land owners of Ken- lucky. It is the intent of this law that all taxable property shall bear its pro- -' portionate burden of taxation for this - State Fund for road building. It was not intended that the land owner, though possibly receiving the .greatest benefit, should bear the great- est part of the tax burden. Such great : sources or revenue as our railroad properties, distilleries, financial institutions and manufacturing enterprises will bear their just part, as well as all other taxable property. The throt-- ' tling or crippling of any of these great ' resources by hostile legislation must lay a heavier burden upon the laud '.owners and other tax payers. More than 100 counties have al- ready levied a tax upon them- selves in order to take advantage of this State Aid Fund for the building of Good Roads in their respective sections. This year alone the fund amounts to $638,220. This sum ' will be iucreabed by levies in counties so that the sum expended will probably exceed two is estimated that at least G,000 afles of good roads will be completed 'under this new State Aid Law .vithin "the next IS years, costing when com- -' Dieted approximately thirty millions of dollars. It is also estimated that the expenditure of the two million dollars this year will increase the rvalue of icperty to th extent of at -- prove the greatest blessing that has This most notable forward step will i It i fine farms in Kentucky or more miles from the railroad that are not worth half as much as if they were near a railroad station, for the reason that it is too far to haul farm products to market over the ioned dirt roads, which are practically impassable for nearly half of the year, What a difference, though, when these same farms shall have been con- nected with the railroad or the mar--' Let with a good State road over hich it is easy to drive and haul as compared with tho old roads. To haul a, large load over a good road, even twenty miles, is easier and quicker than to haul it over five miles of the old time winter mud road. These gooa roaus, tnereiore, will uring tne farm nearer to the market and add greatly to the profits of the products of the farm. Under tho supervision of competent state and county road engineers, coun- ty seats and the most populous sections of the' State will be connected by im- proved 'public highways, bringing the church, school and market nearer the door of every family. Then will come a new era of prosperity in Kentucky, With the markets thus of ready ac- cess, the farmer can market his prod- ucts of all kinds to better advantage in every way5 do it in less time, with more case, less cost and greater profit than ever heretofore. While good roads are more neces- sary and of more economic importance than possibly any other civic impro,re- meat to which the people of tho State can turn their attention, there are other important things to be done. Such wholesome tax reforms must be old-fash- i home owner. mand the farmer, merchant and j -' It is time for every tax payer to de- that his Representative in the Legislature consider these facts. It is are not prepared for it. That in time for them to call a halt to the short has been the political histo-r- y destruction, or threatened destruction, by hostile legislation, of property in of Mr. Bryan. He has been a terests in the State from which we derive our greatest revenues. He has not only had In other words, industries and enterprises that pay the largest taxe3 the courage to state his positionon and make possible the great benefits to be derived from good roads, good debatable questions that were in fore-runner. to make an isue when the people a Call. -- LC YATES .V Fgy?g!aBaKuwiytfgaaf8C A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We ture, must not be destroyed or driven from the State. Good roads bring the country folk and city folk into closer contact-dis- tant means a broader gauged, attitude toward public matters, toward public good. May our legislators and every citizen of the Commonwealth look forward to, plan and work togeth- er for a greater Kentucky; to conserve every source of revenue for meeting the State's obligations, keeping it out of debt; lowering the burden of taxa- .lion; placing it where it belongs and not throw the burden of the land own- er nor any other one class. May this lew dawn of a greater Kentucky for- ever put a stop to any mo ement that would tend to cripple or destroy any of our great industries, Good Roads or no good roads, we can never move lorv.ard and take our -e galaxy of great States lace in around '" atsat us in progressive-- . es, eJu tiun. wealth and industry, constructive ntil 'i? nave become in our legis- rather than destructive lation. haud-in-han- d -a-- OV.UUU1.J, UUU Itll JJ1 U CiUUULO 11J. tltjlCi. ui" the public mind, but he has ere ated issues that have temporarily sacrificed his popularity, have invariably triumphed in the end. News. 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It is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it 13 one Of the be-s- t home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatninc the world's events, and for that reason can eiue you all the leadins new3. It carrie3 a carries a erat omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity 'to every omP. farm or business man. This srand offer is limited and we advise tyou to taxe advantage t Dysuuscno-ns- i ior the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to te ... -- . 53 yy who know it best. This includes hun--" dreds of both dealers and painters who have proven its worth for years. E-,-0 The firmest friends of Harma's Green Seal Faints are found among those men I ! SMrwssaa w isrn luias m , w& J For the next thirty days we mI furnish The Adair County iXewsone year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir- er. one year. Boy's Magazine, monthly, otie year, Farm and Fireside, semi Magamonthly, one year; Poultry zine, monthly, one year; and Pointers, monthly, one year, all for Sl.iio. 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 The AdaipCounty News. Columbia, n"v- Sh mffinrmrryrrT - -- ''-r ispa&waztn&s). m Yffi a Wi ? i For durability and beauty has no superior, and the formula on the label proves the confidence the makers have in the goods. See dea!er-who- se name g ll ?8B On the Government building the flag was half-mastin this-cit- y on the 15th in commen-oratio- ed n appears below. Sold by A.wjj!mqf!MiAn!ts&xsfRi ap- j . of the death of Abraham Lincoln, ''the gentlest memory rfii. mzs 5 lm I Jeffries Hardware Store Columbia Ky.j of the , world." sa& l?op3 Benedict makes an Mr. Bryan and 1916. igjeal to the United States to intervene for peace between the The Lexington Leader declares crrarring nations of Europe. that Mr. Bryan, in his advocacy prohibition, is layot nation-wid- e Health Promotes happiness. without health genuine joy is im-- ing plans to capture the .preswithout good digestion and idential nomination on this issue bowel movement you cannot regular 4avi? health Why neglect keeping in 1916, but Mr. Bryan's record bowels open and risk beiug sick and demailing? Ton don't have to. Take one quite refutes this charge. In Dr. king's Xew Life Pil an claring for nation-wid- e prohibiuight. in rite morning you will have !iti!l,fre bowel movement and feel tion Mr. Bryan is in the same sreuch better. Helps your- appetite year 4ad3lgestion'' Try one .tonight. position as he was fifteen ago in declaring for important .Ad. rplA4yPaull Drug Co -i - J Use to Try and wear Out Your COIri it will wear You Our Instead. reforms which are now the law Thousands keep on c.1,(Tt.,rn.i,e of the land, some of them having and Colds througli neglect and delay make yourself an easy prey to se- hoen acceoted by all parties. V, and eDidemics as the neglected col? Coughs and Mr. Bryan is simply ahead of the result of a Colds sap your strength and vitality times. He was termed an "an- unless checked in the early stages. 2few Discovery is what you archist" for declaring for the Dr. King'sfirst dose hel ps. Your head need the Government owner hip of rail- - clears up you breathe freely and you feel so much better. Buy a bottle toroads, and it probably cost him day fjom Paull Drug Co., and start Ad the Presidency in 1900, but to- taking at once. No ,- t mi EZSi --. mom 65 YEARS , '.V - rf . ,'VJ. tf .j.. t -- y- day the government is operating Seventy-fiv- e per cent of the a railroad in Alaska, and a work of manufacturing rifle amsteamship line in Panama., He munition for the United States was a "crank" when he favored army and navy is done by women. V." .A w -- I. n -- v I'v V? , XI J&& Ifc- - -- . .Cj U. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 Toast to Laughter. DENTAL OEBICE: STOMACH TROUBLE FIVE YEARS Use of Flour. Few women realize the many Here's to laughter, the sunDENTIST uses that flour can be put to shine of the soul, the happiness FOR OVER PA.TJUL DRUG CO. which improve the taste and of the heart the leaven of youth, quality of many cooked foods the privilege of Durity, the echo Columbia,' Ky. A teaspoonful of innocence, the treasure of the RES PHONE SO. Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. I decided to and desserts. OFFICE PHONI tzke his advice, although I did not have sprinkled over the top of apple humble, the wealth of the poor, Hughes Would Die, But any confidence in it. (juicy ones) or berry pies before the bead of the cup of pleasure; HENRY W. DEPP, I have now been taking One Helped Him to placing the upper crust on en- it dispels dejeetion, banishes fcr three months, and it has cured me Recovery. riches the flavor and- - keeps the blues and mangles melancholy; haven't had those awful sick headaches juices from running out. A for it is the foe of woe, the Am permanently located in Co since I began using it. (for a pint) mixed with of depression, the" enemy I am so thankful Pomeroyton, Kv. In interesting adfor what Iumbia. vices from this place, Air. A. J. Hughes has done for me." the sugar and cocoa or chocolate of grief; it is what makes kings All Clae of Dental work done. writes as follows : "1 was down with has been for a drink, gives a wonderful envy pheasants, Thedford's pluocrats envy and Inlay work a Specialty. stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for deadditional richness and smooth- the poor, the guilty envy the inAll Work Guaranteed would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It ness and is the secret of the nocent; it's the sheen on the times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, Office over G. W. Lowe's chocolate served in Euro- silver of smiles, tbe ripple on I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and Shoe Store also, in the water's delight; the glint of did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely pean cafes. In custards Welch the gold of gladness; without it ! got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be cooled salad dressings, J. H. Stone J. B. Stone and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. rabbit, and in all recipes depend- humor would be dumb, wit would would die. Get a package today. He advised me to try stone & Stone. ing on eggs alone for thickening disappear and smiles would shrivThedford's" and quit) Only a quarter. a little flour adds to the dish. In el, for it's a glow of clean conAnonev-At-L- a some recipes calling for corn science, the choice of a pure soul, (J Will practice vx starch flour can be used as a sub- the birth cry of mirth, the swan-sonthis and adjoining countio. of sadness. stitute. Added to the sugar and cooked together as the basis for Kentuck) Jamstown. : Whooping Cough. sherbert and water ices, the When my daughter had whooping a couSh she coughed so hard atone time flour gives a bodv and delightful H. JOT4ES that she had hpinorrbage of the lungs. smoothness besides bringing out i was terribly alarmed about her con- Veterinary Surgaon Seeing Chamberlain's Cough the fruic flavors to advantage. tdirion so highly recommended, I got end Oentibt Remedy cough No gelatine or white of eggs is her a bottle and it relieved the ears experience. Special attention atoue" .Before she had timsheu two given to Surgical and Dental work. . necessary when flour is used in bottles of this remedy she was entirely well," writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes. Office at residence near Graded School this manner. building. . Black-Draug- Dr. James Triplett ht tea-spoonf- ul Black-Draug- ht Crow-Bridg- Black-Draug- ht delicious Black-Draug- ht, j-- o g Special Notice Greensburg, Ky. I j J li. 9 i I ! 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. , mce 7 Wires 9 in. btays zb in. hurh Frtce loc " " . ".7 8 S 9 9 " " " " " .. 6 ' "- ." " " 26 32 32 39 39 6 9 6 9 - " " .. " .. " " " " . " " " " " " " 18c 20c 18c 22Ac Ad Best Thing for a Biilous Attccl;. "On account of my confinement in More Religion than Sense. ' the printing otlice I have for years been a chronic sufferer from indiges-- ' tion and liver trouble. A few weeks It has remained for the Chris- ago I had an attack that was so severe that I was not able to go to the case ' tian Science church to furnish j for two days. Failing to get any relief from any other treatment, I tooki the example of an- exceeding ..n,". three of- Chamberlain's Tablets and i murt day 1 felt like a new man, ' the next he 0'i."ess writes H. C. Bailey, Editor Carolina more for the religiXews, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable at es tnan or tne almighty dollar. YdPaull Drug Co. j - ' Crooksville, Ohio. Paull Drug Co. Obtainable at PHONE NO. 7 5" . MHRBBDnBMMaaHMJBHHVWHIaiMaHPVIHraWW "W. T. OTTJLEX" airth-JCira- rts COLOMBIA, IIKNTCCICY Will Practice in i i 0!!ic8:-- !n RolliniHurtV.Qttic ra"M- -' Residence j Phonea3 b Business Ptjo kZ'. His name is Charles H. Howard, DR. J. N. MURREL DENTIST Pyrus. I ; of St. Louis, and he is the head Ui. LUC ' 20c Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. j Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as to Quality and Price. A full. Complete Wagons. stock of the Celebrated Thornhill 'Satisfaction, or your money back." of Shoes j ! uum Gorn planting is the order oflpany. Oneo: the warring Eu the day in this community. ropean nations gave him an or Mr. Hunn of Columbia, passed der ior ,buu,uuu worm 01 snrap- through here with a nice bunch nel, and the order was promptly turned down by Mr. Howard, of cattle a few days ago. Mr. Tom Rodgers sold to Mr. who declared that he did not' lia o o'fl7 tr HlQ whrklP Tom Dowell, a bunch of hogs at uricVi ViUlllUlUllwcailU kjtccx , i 1 Jffice Fronl rt'oms in JeffHe3 up rstair?. E''fs ' Columbia, j - ' Kentucky ' km 5 V dJf 1 1U Unfi.0 J uaw V . 4 p. fL fho Djflhlir I ft j i General 5!acKsmithin anrl Wagon Uepairinc natUy 6 Don't forget our immense stock ing, both W,e and Cloth; t at old prices. i. j peipenaieuj uuuci now going The neighbors, relatives and the name of war," water, as he would friends of Mr. Turner Keltner, on across the the surprised him on the 19th, with be if his concern furnished cents a pound. j suib niuruer, , . ,, Bugffy, Carriage t done. All kinds of lubber Tires put on. Specia aA attention to Horse Shoeing. Trice rigkt satisfaction GaamatMd. Skbp on Dojiot St. naar L. A X. ?jm I have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything a birthday dinner. Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Lime for this month, only 90c. gowns. j There is no change in the flows ers of the bride's bouquet. Mr. W. S. Pickett, wife and ' Latest in Styles. Land Owners Attention. There is a decided leaning todaughter, were shopping in ward the blue and gray tones. T. C. Faulkner is prepared to do yesterday. runTaffetas are first in the Materials for the wedding correctly. gown are much as they have your Surveying Born to the wife of Bro. Joe ning for spring suits. -' '''' ' in other seasons. years Black and white is still one of He has thirty-thre- e Furkin, on the 20th, a son mothSpecial Attnetin to Eyes experience. Charges reaSxAirSlL Dyspepsia! er and child doing well. Bro. the smartest combinations. Tablets l, Fistulo, Spavin or any surtraveling suit should will relieve your indigestion. Many sonable. Phone 74 or Furkin says he is not going to The train gical work done at fairpriceB. 1 am people in this town have used them well fixed to take care of stock. Mon be a strictly tailored. write o due when work is done .or stock let the Republicans and Presbyand we have yet to hear of a case whera removed from stables. Larger lace collars and berthes they have failed. We know the formula. Sold only by us 25c a boxy terians go down in this IDG1ES' 1ESIIENCE T. C. Faulkner, are being used on blouses of net 8NI0IKSVILLE STIEET. Paull Drug Co. and sheer linen or batiste. Colombia, K VETERINARY SURGEON Surveying C. D. Crenshaw pay. tieth birthday, and there was ev ments for JEFF PARSON.. CampbcllsvlHc. Ky. erything that was nice and good Ah! The Invigorating Whiff of the Pine Forest. to eat 'on the table. After .din With the appronch of warmer How it clears the throat and head parner we were invited into the of its raucous ailments. It is thi weather pongees and linens will lor and enjoyed some good vocal spirit of Kewness and Vigor from the assume their usual vogue. Piney Forests brought The popuar evening corsage music. ,.t , . . . , back by Dr. Bell's Mr. Ben Coffey made a bus- Antiseptic and healing. Buy a bottle oi tne winter is mtroaucea into some of the smart wedding At Paull Drug Co., 25c. iness trip to Green3burg, yester Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. health-giving It was thir - belligerents , death-dealin- g instru-- ! J PHON'E so;r j j Pine-Tar-IIone- y. K to-da- y day. . - Ad. Gra-dyvill- e, v Poll-evi- JgSSsi I Hi LtCATIBN-NE- AtEl j rt.' $sr. a of TJ -- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyvillc. uv -- r The weather has been tiie past few days. cool for ' Corn planting is about over in this section for this season. John Q. Alexander, of dry n the goods man, was with our merCamp-bellsvillwell-know- e, ter thus far. chants last Saturday. In the Carpathians the Rus R.O.Keltner, wife and daugh Mrs. Leon Shuffit, of Fry, is were visiting in, the Cooi visiting her relatives, Judge H. sians are azain assuming the offensive in another of their re ' Springs community the first of Moss and family, this week. peated efforts to push .over the ''the week. Messrs. Horn and McCubbins, mountain barrier into Hungary. '"c Mrs. L. Simmons is visiting at the piano men, came At the Dardanelles the Allies the retardation that our present deRussell Springs this week. over from Greensburg, last have succeeded in landing troops gree of enlightenment on this subject Our good Methodist people will Thursday night and spent a few on both sides of the straits, in- hasyet discovered. It issigniticantthat roof days in this community tuning this association, with sections devoted in a few days put a medal augurating the combined land to art, to music, to the kindergarten, on their church which is badly and selling instruments. We un- and sea attempt at the conquest and to high school athletics, and during the fifteen years of its existence needed. having a good of Constantinople. derstand they are has discussed again and again at its Burtrice Sparks and wife vis- business. well-known his friends, accompanied by.Dock Walker, called in to, see us a few minutes and was joined here by Miss Ethel Moss, ot Campbells-villMiss Mollie Flowers and Austin Wilmore, of our city, who accompanied them to Edmonton, where they enjoyed a very hos- pitable night at the Shirley Ho-- 1 tel. They report one of the finest times of the season. e, simultarieously In' 'three distinct fields of action. , . In Flanders the Germans are once more engaged with the British, Belgians and French in a struggle for mastery of the territory near the Yser canal, where several months ago there occurred what was perhaps the most terrible struggle of the war Once upon a time the citizens of a certain city were greatly interested in the nurture and training of children, and when the question arose as to whether they should build a great public school, or open play grounds, it was decided to open playgrounds. Now it came to pass, in the course of years that the citizens of that city advanced so far beyond the rest of the human race, that in all the centuries since, the nations that have gone on building public schools and neglecting to open playgrounds, have not been able to catch up witti them even to this day. We hear much nowadays about retardation in ourpublicschoolS, the lagging half and other expressions indicating awakening perceptions as to some of the weak places in our system of education. Our neglect of sanitary and health conditions is more than sufficient to account for most of PROMINENT MEN, NOW USE TANLAC Mayors, County iia' and Circuit Court Judges Obtain Famous Medicine. Lexington, May 5. "I have sold Tanlac, since the beginning of its introduction in Lexington, to the mayors of a number .of cities, county judges circuit judges, and to many of the most prominent business and professional men in Kentucky," says Wm. E. Stagg, the Lexington drug- gist. "The demand for the preparation has been phenominal. In alL of my twenty years' experience in the drug business I have never seen any thing that equals it. "In addition to the Lexington has been shipped from my store to Kansas City, Mo., Colorado Springs, Col., Denver, Col., Memphis, Tenn., Meridian, Miss., Bonilla, ited their daughter, in the Sparks ville community, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rose, Mrs. Charlie Sparks and daughter attended the funeral of old Bro. Ezekiel Rowe, at Sparksville, correspondent in While en route for Breeding, Northern France telegraphs that Mrs. H. A. Moss and son, of the German effort to turn the Greensburg, stopped over night left British flank near Ypres has with Judge N. H, Moss last Wed- failed and that the Germans have been checked definitely, although nesday night. the battle still continues with A British violence. annual meetings, almost every other conceivable aspect of the child's education, has never once until the present year, included in its program any topic relating to school sanitation or the health of school children. The blame for these defects in our system of education, rests both on the home aud the school as teachersvand we have;weaklyyield-eto" D.; Pittsburg, Pa.; Jacksonville, Fla., Louisville, Ky.; Tiffin, Ohio, Columbia, Tenn.; Palm Beach, Fla.; S. last Thursday. T. ' WAR NEWS AT A GLANCE '- d "' - T' ' J. A. Parson. spent a day or- 'sol J. .i on his farm, in the Portland com- f' A !13 f s .' GT.mi .rj(j' itmunity, the first of the week. j JJnomqiaJiyiounpement1 L At. t " ?Rmade at Berlin that the French W.u. r f' r vr ' v w . nere, jiasc armored cruiser, Leon Gambe.tta, jsnenc several . aavs f "Col. Francis 'W. Parker? ohe.otlthe' Ker;ad.o,the school has been measured i.vi witK his team ii" ' otppIc!r.rtrrrr of 12,400 tons displacement has nation's greatest educator .wlien jUnTOtoentirey5by"this f statlaard.-"- ' As haulincr Iocs . " 'j It IK .(! L. k r 7 oeen torpeqpejf by, 'askedby a teacher what he would '"dp' UijgQnseimepce, the emprrasis'itHiu cellent "merits. The? public lias not fT or the saw mill" at this place.. ,. under certain' 'intolerable cohdi(tions,' the syjstemiasxorrespcmdBd'' to this beenr.sibwrtouappbeciate the Tanlac- TTl'. replied, in his chatacteristip, way, pressire.ajom;wiiinouc, to tiiB'jnegiec& Spqke-.C'. The. Adair County. . ,K mejit. ,T-- r . anAgency, which made.-th'Do? Why,' I would raise, tlfe Jad;d-- i f, the chijds physical needs: 'i The 'Practically 815 000 worth ot xan-.lahave suspended business, for a nouncement, says that part, f the dead." The writer yields to nb!one in thiugs titat atfect health and pbweFbf has been sold and distributed his appreciation of the work .doneta doing in school include the architect- through my store within tiie past sevfew days to have .some repairing crew of between 700rapd800 the public schools, but he is not.,biind ure of the building, its heating, light enty days Such a demand is most on their machinery., men was saved. No additional to the fact that they have grossly ne ing, temperature, ventilation ana con certainly unprecedented. Amos 'Keitner has about com- details are given, but it is, prob- glected or ignored the one matter that venieuce. It has come about that lo "I take pleasure in commending Mr. of mere carpenters Cooper and his very excellent preparathe foundapleted his new dwelling and also able such an attack, if made, ocr ts most importantelse allrests the care cal architects, often" employed and contractors, are tion on which all to demost of his other buildings about curred in the Adriatic, within of tiie health of children in school. sign school houses; men utterly unac- tion ' Tanlac, the preparation referred to, his premises. He has a very de- striking distance of the Austrian It becomes the duty of any one having quainted Avith the sanitary require is new sold in Columbia, only by Page a guilty knowledge of these conditions ments of lighting, heating and venti- & Taylor. Ad sirable home. to help ringran awakening bell chat lation involved. As a result of each naval Bases will raise not the dead but the living such unfit building, generations of Sam Mitchell, of Columbia, A new German attack .on a to heed the bitter cry of the children. children are eondemued to insanitary Irvine's Store. spent a few days in this commun- large scale has been inaugurated A new children's ;crusade is needed, conditions that in many cases are simity, last week, preparing for the in Russian Poland, marking the not by the children this time, but in ply appalling. Only architects who their behalf for their rescue from the study and design school bui'dinga exOur farmers do not seem to be next term of circuit court. resumption of active .hostilities intolerable conditions to which prac- clusively should be employed. Every hurry to plant corn, though' Clem Jones, of East Fork sec- - after a long lull. The pfjjcial tically all, in varying degrees, are sub State should speedily require by this in a process of getting an edTJ already havedonef moat'of them are ready. They y tion, was j in our: midst one day Berlin statement says jected in the the fathers and mothers legislation. Assome . . i ucation. "If tthatall plansfor school buildings, be expecting a, cold rain yet. last week. He reports scarcely the Germans conquered Russian had actual personal knowledge of the fore adopted, shall be submitted to the are department of public instruction and 'Wheat oats and meadows ae any corn planted in their bottom positions in the vicinity of Suwal-- conditions which surround their ' in school," writes a physi- be approved Joy a staff in "sclfbol house damaged very much by ' the dry iand but wheat and meadow ,..- near the Eastern Prussian cian, and realized che danger ol such architecture,, weather, and lots of young grab's, grass looking very well. frontier, over a front of. twelve insanitary environments to the health of these children, many of the evils REPORT OE THE CONDITION is dead, Luther Willis, one of our.lar-ge- miles. which no exist would soon be rem"' -' Aunt Lucy Wilson' is very tobacco raisers, was in our There is again a sharp dispar- edied." What shall it profit a child if he gain che whole sick, but i3 reported' better midst last Friday and while in ity between German and French edge and lose his ownworld of knowlhealth? Dr. F. now. conversation with him on the accounts of what is happening in W. Shumway, secretary of the MichDoing Business ot Casey's Uncle Will Garner and wife subject of the weed, he informed Flanders. The official Berlin' re- igan State Board of Health, says, Creek, County of Adair, "How often the remark is made to visited Dr. Hammond last Sunus that the tobacco plants were port says British efforts to recov the physician by parents: "Why State of Kentucky, almost a total failure. He stat- er the lost ground failed. The Johnnie was never sick in his life un- At the Close of Business on day. began to go to school; but now ed that he had on his farm ten Paris announcement asserts that til he is something the matter with the 15th Day of Apr. 1915 A new telephone line is being there built from Fonthill to Catherine, beds sown and out of the ten further progress was made in the him most of the time." Dr. J. If. RESOURCES Hurcy, secretary of the Indiana State Casey county. there was not as much as four Ypres district. It is said heavy Board of Health, reports 21202 69 that fully 75 Loans and Discountsand unsecured 38 02 urood beds of plants. He also losses .were inflicted on the Ger- per cent., of the school houses of the Overdrafts, secured A number of our teachers at3 92124 Due from Banks 2 56337 tended the Educational meeting stated that prospects for a wheat mans and that more than 600 State are unsanitary, and adds: "Ful- Cash on hand 99 82 ly 85 per cent.j of the 1339 sshool chil- Checks and other cash items crop at the present was' very bodies of their dead were count- dren who died in Indiana in 1907 were Banking House, Furniture and in Louisville last week. 2 560 00 Fixtures gloomy.- an address before the,! Other Real Estate murdered. In ed at one point. Garnett, the little son of Mr;' National Education Association, Dr. 133 335 11 and Mrs: J. D. Total Hammond, frill, The French announcement that Woods Hutchinson said: "It has come Thos. Collins, one of our best INABILITIES the long to this, that we are obliged to choose Capital Stock paid in, in backward into a kettle of hot citizens, is confined to Jhis room Hartipans-Weilerkop....,. ... between the education of the child caih $15 000 00 contested mountain height, water last Tuesday, lie was so , with fever at this time. 2 600 00 and his health. "In States having Surplus Fund .1 recently oompulsory attendance laws, however, Undivided Profits, lessexpenses and bably burned that he died Whiie in our town one day last which the Germans , 777 55 taxes paid captured, had been regained is parents have no longer even this Deposits subject to check "15 007 59 ' He' was, years old week". Mr. Frank Dulin, with a choice. Should not the fact that ttiey I33S33H Total.. .'r....?.. denied in Berlin. It is said this are required by. law to send their wagon of fertilizer, and unusually bright child. The1 J OF KENTUCKY ' ' Set County position is still held by the Ger- children to school imply as great an STATE op Adair y became frightened his horses We Mc C. Goode and J. C Nichols. President only boy arid pride of his parents. , obligation on our part to safeguard something like a mans and that the French have their health while under our charge? and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnand ran for that the above statement Mrs. Roe Meece is very sick' made no new attacks upon it. Our first duty is to see that no harm ly swearour knowledge and belief. is true to the best of mile or more. We are glad to Mc C. Goode, President. comes to them as a result of neglect, from a complication of diseases. atate that there was no serious On the heights of the' Meuse a then, if there is any time left, let us J. C Nichols, cashier. Subscribed and damage done Jo the horses but stubborn battle continues. "The teach them something. Our energies day of Apr. 1915. sworn to before me this 26th We like tor feaH the Health Of--, so concentrated on the have been his wagon and fertilizer a little Paris statement says that the training or tne cnuasmina, tnat we Mr commission expires after meeting of Gen- fleer's column. ''Dr. Taylor is s of a have had no time left for attention to eral Assembly French advanced .demolished, posted and" knows ''how to W. H. Goode. Notary Public. Adair county. Ky. well mile. The- Germans announce his physical nature. The health of express himself plainly. Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill spent children in school should not only be the capture of French positions maintained, but it should, on the av When all the candidates ior 3ast Monday in Columbia on North of Le Mesnil and the dee-f- erage, improve from the time he enget'- 'out atfdlthe' pracjess. of French attacks at other ters school, if we both teach andeduca- will relieve your indigestion. Many State officers people in this town have used them tice, as any rational system of prohibition Quatiob is injected of a Will Diddle, last Monday, on points. yet to xv tion wouJd.,r'equire, the principles of and we havefailed. hear knowcase where they have We the forMilitary nnerationa of. criticala health, Auy school which ..sacrifices mula; Sold only by us 25c a box. into the campwgnwonjt there kis return from Columbia where l in the 'the Paull Drug Co. be a warm time? Jte had spent a few days visiting importance are now under way -pracess .of dubationrjs-afaiiur- e. -- thef 'public demand instead of .pay(ngr atentioa 'to 'Mrst things'! HEALTH OFFICER'S COLUMN.. 'Ahe derma-no?ofjjpilents .has L.- v'.1 'iw Been, not cliat tye health of their - is qis. chi!dreuT)e"saf egoarded, but that they - L. TAYLOE. A Phoenix, Arizona, Los Angeles, Cal.; and manj other points throughout the country that are too numerous to mention. You may rest assured that every city In Kentucky has, too, of Tanlac. . "I can(only account for thegreat demand for this preparation by the fact thaPKfisa gbbd "medicine That 'is tprov,en;by the numerous statements from those who have testedJthe,-- niBd- 'folnetiricass affections, kldne"y c&ai- pr.3tomachi.UveKTJnd i.-I F --- r- r- -- I , JJ -- ao-Austria- " -- o, -- A .Tr- e c; - o, to-da- , le ki , st '- --OFVT- HE T FARMERS BANK f, the-nextd'a- y, I well-loade- d i two-third- - at - -- pupils-physica- well-bein- g 'XS.V- "rTf !.' ow X v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Hog Wallow News. !W&9Sti$ipir& 5 p - second cousin of his wife he was turned loose on' habeas corpus Dock Hocks has the mumps. proceedings. He is doing nicely, though his How Mrs. Hanod Got Bid Of Her Stomach Trouble. whiskers are too small and don't "I suffered with stomach trouble fit his face. for years and tried everything I heard Miss Fiutie Belcher is making of, but the only relief I got was temv her a plaid dress with the stripes running in the direction of Bounding Billows. The Dog Hill preacher had to repeat a portion of his sermon last Sunday on account of Tobe Mosely getting in late. Sidney Hocks got after a rabbit over Musket Ridge early yesterday. He was in a considerable hurry, as he wants to catch it before ttie game season closes. The rise in Gimlet not do any damage to becoming overflowed, ing floated off before water reached them. creek did bridges by they havthe high ' The Widow of the Calf Ribs neighborhood was in our midst last week. She said she came over to buy a dishpan, but she inspected Dock Hocks more than the tinware. If a person acts honestly and honorably in all his daily transactions there is no reason why he should not live to a respectable old age, provided he does not starye, says Raz Barlow. The Hog Ford preacher requests that all who attend services at his church, whethermem-ber- s or just ordinary citizens, must hereafter refrain from reading the Congressional record while he is preaching. The blacksmith is advertising a sale on all good luck horseshoes. Yam Sims bought a whole set of them Saturday, and on Sunday called on the Widow in the Calf Ribs neighborhood. The blacksmith does not guaran- tee results. A fellow at Bounding Billows the other day asked Raz Barlow this question: If he was a hamburger sausage and was about to be sold, how would he rather be served, raw or cooked? Raz studied awhile and decided he would be served raw, then it would not hurt so bad. -- If energy and perseverance have anything to do with success we believe Miss Hostetter Hocks will some day become a great singer. She sings both with and without any one listening to her, and when accompanied by other voices she sings fast and gets through and comes back and helps them over the rough places. -- ; morning the deputy constable arrested a man wear ing blue pants on a charge o having stolen a calf from a man near Bounding Billows. Before the man had been in jail long the Friday jailer got into a conversation with him; finding him to be a epitaph in Arizona: "He always does his dumdest and angels can do no more." Attention is also called to Aaron Cravens and Sam Ike Garnett, both of whom are making history of an imperishable nature. All levity aside, the article of porary until last spring I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised, and pro- Dr. U. L. Taylor on sanitation cured a bottle of them at our drug and ventilation that you publishstore. I got immediate relief from that dreadful heaviness after eating ed recently, is a gem both as to and from pain in the stomach," writes facts and as a library production. Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort Wayne, Ind. Pure air and proper light have Sold by Paull Drug Co.1 Ad much to do in settling the probFrom North Carolina. lem of education, and the reformer finds Jordon a hard road to travel. Lattimore, April 21, 1915. The infernal demagogues have Editor News: As your readers have enjoyed too much to say in school mata refreshing rest from my effu- ters both here and in Kentucky. sions, I will say that my lines Still a steady progress has been have fallen in pleasant places. j made, and the patriot feels like As many people in Kentucky thanking God and taking courMelvin L. White. are aware, I left there last July age. in wretched health. This preLame Back. vented my teaching the school Lame back is usually due to rheuthere as I had planned, and shatmatism of the muscles of the back. tered a cherished dream. Hard working people are most likely However, I had a very pleas- to suffer from it. Eelief may be had by massaging the back ant school near historic Kings lain's Liniment two or with Chamber-a three times Mountain, and my surroundings day. Try it. Obtainable at Paull Ad were congenial. The school has Drug Co. been out two weeks, and we had Pointed Paragraphs. a very fine exhibit. The weather was not propitious for field exercises; as snow fell till 9 a. Sometimes money talks, somem., on that day and prevented times it stops talk. the rural schools from being Explaining gets to be a chronpresent. - Among other features scheduled, was a parade of the ic habit with some men. Many a political boom schools in double rank; but this feature was eliminated by reason turns out to be a boomerang. of inclement weather. Any man can give advice, but The booklets which showed the work of pupils in public and not every man can prove its valhigh schools, were very credit- ue. able, and the exhibits from my Most people who congratulate school were second best. We you on your success do not mean had arranged to be out in force for parade, and had planned for it. There are lots of good things "straw rides," but man proposes and God disposes. in this world. Are we one of Among exhibits were papers on them? grammar, history, geography, The Almighty never recogMy arithmetic and drawing. nizes a minister's worth by the grammar, arithmetic and drawing excelled; and some of my ex- salary he gets. hibits were kept out by reason of Imagination is responsible for the weather. half of our troubles and ,our The corn, canned goods, needle fool potions for the other half. work, etc., were of a very high Let us take advantageof pur order, and showed that Cleveopportunities lest we become an land county is in the swim. Cleveland county is now build- opportunity for others. ing sand clay roads, and Adair It's fortunate for the females county, when I was there, had of the species that the average the worst roads in Chrisendom; man isn't half as attractive as and it took longer to go from he thihks he is. Louisville to Columbia, a distance of 107 miles, than it doss to There Is No Question make the journey from Louisbut that indigestion and the distressed feeling which always goes with it can ville to St. Louis 320 miles. be promptly relieved by taking a Columbia always has had a noble citizenship, and has excellbefore and after each meal. 25c a box. ed as an educational center. Paull Drug Co. In proof of that contention, t, we refer you to Gen. James A Connecticut man has patentand Judge Rollin Hurt. As luminaries of not much, if any, ed an ash can on wheels, the lesser magnitude, your attention handles of which can be locked is invited to Judge Bill Tupman, to hold it stationary when not Col. L. B. Hurt and Col J. New- needed to move it. ton Coffey. To prove that no age, color or The largest known phosphate previous condition of servitude is bearing region is the field in the exempt from greatness in classic Rocky mountain region through Columbia, attention is called to the states of Wyoming, Utah, Logan Bomar, formerly of Stringto vn. Whether as a scrap- Montana and Idaho. It is at per, a bootlegger or an elector; least 420 miles long and 220 Logan exemplifies the cow boy's miles wide. A so-call- This is the "ThomhiH" Wagon Wagon that Must Make Good .non-breakab- le -the The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of. line and'! of master workmen the aid of the most 'causing hard pulling. ingenious modern machinery have been "Thomhill" wagons are equipped "witfc-- i employed to make the Thoxnhill 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 i light draft a certainty. 'vith double refined sable iron. f The bolsters are of the best white oak. The axles are of toughest nickory 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 "ThornhhT beds arc: tiplying their strength. made of poplar. It costs the makers The "Thomhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and gives . hound plate that is braced to the hounds better service. , at all points. This is an exclusive Come in and see this wagon solcj. Thomhill" feature. It prevents the under a binding guarantee. sow The Thomhill By WOODSON LEWIS QREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. Wagon is not the lowest priced but the best, and in the end the cheapest EVERYTHING IN HOOFING AsphaltJGra.vel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence:- Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO Incorporated 1 12-- 1 16 Eaat Maket Mreeif Between first and'Brook Louisville,- - Kya, Birdseve.view ot our Plant r 3&A "BEE? Gar-net- "Largest m Dixie" V. J. Y Hughes & Sons Incorporated Cm. Louisville, Kentucky-WHOLESAL- E Windows Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair .Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog -- i J Read Our Liberal Paper Offers : Q f ? THS"ADAfR;edNY NEWS M TgiU'.j. kfc,.P JU. v THE i Elsewhere in the paperAp-pear- g Dr. H. H.iCherry's Wished Every Wednesday card from the race for BY THE Governor. His reasons for quitAdair County News Company ting are clearly given. It is also said that another candidate will (Incorporated.) quit the race in a few days. y CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. There is not a doubt but McChes-newill run through, and there newspaper devoted to the Interest is much speculation as to who Democratic of th'e City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. will be the two leading ADAIR COUNTY. NEWS With-draw- al 44044044444 4444444e4"fr 0 Corn Drills? Yes, Black Hawk, Campbell and Superior. Eriteredatthe class .mail matter. Columbia Post-offi- as second Cultivators: Genuine Brown, Buckeye and Brinley Le verless, both Riding and Walking; IMPOTANTITO ADAIR COUNTY. 'SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR 5 T -- - tr -- t V1- - ' f Have we a chance for the Dixie Highwaylto be located through Adair? I answer yes, and Jt fe 3r Announcements. worth an effort to gel it. In the Complete Line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggie, Field difirst place it is by far the most Seeds and Fertilizer. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. rect route from Chicago to Chatr tanooga. In the second place we We are authorized to announce F. A. Strange a have pike connection candidate for circuit clerk of Adair county, sub- already Let us know what repairs you need at once, so as to save ject to tbe Democratic primary to be held in with Louisville, Lexington and August. time and postage. Cincinnati each. CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. If the road is built in the diWe are authorized to announce that W. T. rection of Jamestown, Ky. as re to the office Price is a candidate for of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to cently ordered it would only have the action of the Republican voters of said party, about five and a half miles to be at the August primary Columbia, Kentucky. constructed towards Creelsboro FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. via Glenville to carry us to the Judge J. C.Carter, of Monroe County, author- Russell line, passing then through izes us to announce his candidacy for h a little strip in Russell county, to the office of Circuit Judge in this the district, subject to the action of the Republican voters, as expressed 'at the polls 'at the and through Clinton a distance CCTnmg August primary. of about twenty miles, we reach chaliberte spring and 'other min'TOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. , the Tennessee line. eral springs, which have attractWe believe the people in, Ad air ed visitors for nearly or all of a We are authorized to announce' A. A . of Cumberland county, a candidate for rewould readily carry it to the hundred years. It only needs election ts the office oi Commonwealth's Attorney ' r ' district, subject to the Russell county line. in this the , good roads to make of it a most action of the Republican voters in said district, as expressed at the primary to be held the first Creelsboro and the land own- attractive place. Malaria has Saturday in August, 1915. ers on the .Cumberland river bot never dared to climb its heights. We Rebate Railroad Fares according to the plan of FOR THE STATE SENATE. toms should carry it to the Clin- The visitor there in- - the early the Retail Merchants Association, affording, you the ton line. winding mornine can trace the We are authorized to announce D. E. Hatchadvantage of This route, either from Louis- - Lf the Cumberland river by the er, of Barren county, a candidate for the State Senate, subject to tbe Democratic voters at BIG STOCKS SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS and or Lexington, would pass fog as far. as the eye can reach, the August primary. The district Is composed ville of the connties of Barren, Metcalfe and Adair. nearby the battlefield of Perry-villSATISFACTORY CHOICE in selecting and in the evening, he can see . . At Green river is another "Old Sol" as he retires from WALL PAPER, CARPETS, RUGS, LINOLEUM, We are authorized to announce R. B. Trigg, historic spot of the civil war, sight beneath him, and at midof Barren county, a candidate for the State DRAPERIES and LACE CURTAINS Senate from the 19ih district, subject to the where Col. Moore with a hunday he can overlook the birth action of the Democratic voters in the August Our enormous line of strictly reliable merchandise at rock bottom primary. The district is composed of Adair. dred or so men withstood the asplaces of two governors of KenBarren and Metcalfe. prices make trading at pur store SAFE and SAVING. sault of Gen. Morgan's com- tucky, one' of whom was also FOR THE LEGISLATURE. mand. It was a fourth of July governor of Montana, a LieutenHubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, day wheu Morgan demanded the ant General in the Copfederate are authorized to announce H. C. Baker a We INXORPORATED .candidate to represent Adair and Cumberland surrender of Col. Moore and his army, and afterwards a United 522 & 524 W. Market St. in the next Legislature, subject to the action of Moore answered States Senator from Texas, a the Republican voters, as expressed at the Au- little band. gust primary. that the 4th of July was not a United States Senator from IlliLouisville's Biggest Carpet Store. ,, - day for a surrender. We are authorized to announce G. L. Perrynois, and the chairman of the Exponents of the Slogan 'man a candidate to resresent Adair .and Cum- The monument erected in mem- first Constitutional Convention Legislature, subject to the terland in the next It Pays to Buy on Market St. action of the Republican voters of the. district, ory of the Confederates killed, of California. as expressed at the standing besides the pike tells Can the same be said of any FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. the story of the battle charge other place in the United States? steadily. An unofficial dispatch yards southeast of Verdun. WILLIAM F. KL4IR- - FAYETTE COUNTY. and the gallant defense. In the Russian campaign Have we a chance to get the from Athens states that the Alas Railroad CommissionCandidate for Some two miles toward Colum- road? Yes! Lets go after it? , lies were victorious in a battle on capture by the Germans of a n er Second District of Kentucky, Subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August bia, near the pike, is the summer the West.side of the peninsula, village is claimed, as well as . H. C. Baker. . Primary. inflicting serious losses on the the occupation of a Russian poresort, "Griffin Springs." Here Russeil County Announcement., is as fine sulphur water as comes Turks and capturing cne battal- sition near Sechaczew, on the WAR NEWS. out oi the ground. The spring ion. Warsaw front. This is the first FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. overlooking Green is on a bluff The battle of Flander3 appar- indication for several weeks of Turkish and British reports of by beautiriver and surrounded d the land operations in the Dar- ently has passed the high point fighting of consequence along We are authorized to announce J. R. This place could be danelles region again are in di- of intensity and is becoming less this line, where occurred some of a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of ful scenery. Russell county, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said county, as expressed at made a great resort. rect conflict. From the Turkish severe. An official Belgian state- the most severe engagements of the August primary. Beyond Columbia another version it would appear that the ment speaks merely of the activthe war when the Germans were FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. spring that would come into Anglo-Frencland invasion has ity of artillery and aviators along prominence with health seekers. resulted in disaster for the Al the part of the front held by the attempting to capture Warsaw. We are authorized to announce Lee A. LawPetrograd attaches importance to tho" office of Mr. Page's "Sand Lick Spring." less a candidate for lies. Further claims to victories belgian forces. Field Marshal Circuit Court Clerk of the County of Russell, subject to tbe action of the Republican voters In Clinton cdunty near the are made in an official report Sir John French, the British to the Russians' capture of Loub-niof said county, as expressed at tho August northeast of Uzsok Pass. proposed road are the "Falls of from Constantinople primary. It commander,- has announced that German advance has been Possession of this town, it is said, Seventy-six,- " on Indian creek. is said the forces which .landed the A New York jury will be given This fall with the natural scen near nana repen were iorceo checked definitely. will enable the Russians to interOfficial statements from Paris rupt an opportunity of "saying wheth- ery equals if it does not surpass back along the whole front with the operation of the rail-roHarry K. Thaw is a man of that of "Minnehaha" invNtfnne-sot- heavy losses, four brigades being and Berlin do not indicate that er on which the Austrians Minnehaha has the ad- driven into the sea and others significant changes occurred in sound or unsound mind. The trial will be called May 27. vantage of being between the surrendering. One transport is y e s t e r d a y 's fighting. The have relied for moving troops French report says Belgian and along the Beskid Mountains. twin cities St. Paull and Mi- said to have been sunk. Judge Thurman now has oppo.British reports give no hint of French troops made progress in sition for Circuit Judge in his nneapolisthat is all. a full stock of I keep on The latest statement Flanders, while the German an- coffins, caskets, hands robes. also keep district. Mr. Clem Hill, the A little further on towards Al- defeat. and I "present Commonwealth's Attor bany the road would pass along from London says the land nouncement asserts that attacks Metallic Caskets, and Steel .Boxes and ney, and Mr. Jeff Henry, of the side of "Poplar Mountain" forces' have succeeded in estab- on the German positions on the two hearses. Prompt servicanlght or day. Residence. Phone 29, office Greensbure, have entered the the future great summer resort lishing a line across the Gallipoll West bank of the Yser canal phone 98. contest. Taylor is the only coun.' of Kentucky and Tennessee. On peninsula on the European side failed. It is slso said the Ger- - 1 yr .JrI'. Triptett, ty in the district without a ' Columbia? Ky. ' ': advanced more than 100 Ad the summit af this mountain-i- a of thestraits'andare advancing" mans WED. MAJ, 5. 1915 The Jeffries Hardware Store, Twenty-nint- -- 444444"044 Q44fr4QQ Come . , - Hudles-t'b- n, -, To Louisville I Twenty-nint- h . At Our Expense e. l i August-primary- . Re-ele- ct Po-lis- McFar-lin- , h a, to-da- y. ad a. , 45-- . : "f-"- s ths wmmWiflmt M V HH.XHERRY WITHDRAWS FROM THE GUBERNATORIAL CONTEST. To the Democrats of Kentucky: A confusion of politics making results uncertain, the attempt to force prohibition issue into the campaign before the Democratic the state-wid- e party has expressed adesire or purpose to abandon the County. "Unit Law to which it is now pledged, thereby muddying the political waters and endangering constructive legislation and party unity, and' limited financial means prompt me to withdraw from the Governor's race. t 'I entered the race with the deepest patriotic motives, silently and I hope modestly feeling that if elected I could render my party and my state a real service. I entered the race upon a platform that I believed to be a constructive, moral and democratic program, and I have not had' occasion to change my mind about a single plank in it. Every 'principle enunciated in th&platform'addfn the Mayfidld speech, came from an earnest desire to present a program of action for a greater Kentucky. 'It is true that my position an the temperance question has created some discussion. No man who knows me, however, doubts for one moment my loyalty to the temperance cause. I have never failed to give money and moral support for its promotion. Without asking any citizen to surrender prohibition, I took the position that it would be his views on state-widtemperance to operate under the County Unit Law, the cause of which in its present form is but little over one year old, than it would be to abandon it at this time for statewide prohibition. There are thousands and thousands of noble temperance workers who believe as I do and who are prohibition in the interest of temperance and are resisting state-widregretting that efforts are being made to make it an issue during this campaign. Many believe that the effort is not at this time fundamental and that it will divide the temperance forces, bring on a reaction and do harm rather than good. The difference-betwee-n the temperance people who believe we should operate for the present under the County Unit Law and those who honestly, want immediate state-widprohibition is simply a difference of the beat methods of securing temperance and not a difference of moral ideas or per. sonal loyalty to temperance. t My interest in establishing the state'sibusiness upon a sound basis, in paying off its debt, in its tax system upon a just and sound basis and in interpreting into a greater Kentucky other things enunciated , in my platform, prompted me to enter the race., ' t present situation convinces me that 'it would not justify one of But the limited means, who is njt willing to accept material help from any source that would, make him a tool in the hands of some one else; to continue in the race and spend every dollar lie has and more in an effort to secure the nomination, in which effort he may fail, and when those things he holds to-- be at this time' paramount to the state's best interest and to, the, future welfare of his party .are being diveretedfrom their proper channels, making thpir e bet-ter'lor Greatest Offer Ever Made $40.00 DAVENPORT GIVEN AWAY This Davenport can be seen at our store. It is Mahogany Finished, trimmed with Genuine Spanish Leather, spring back and seat, with Springs and Mattress and would retail at $40.00. SECOND PRIZE $7.50 ROCKER to-da- y e For a second prize we will give a $7.50 Rocker, Oak Finished; Sprins Cushioned and upholstered with Spanish Leather. ' We have One Hundred and will sell at 1 1 TERMS ht e Shampoo, with each package the purchaser will be given a number, the numwhich we 49c, and bers running from to 68. After all the Shampoo has been sold, cards bearing numbers running from to 68 will be placed in a hat, thoroughly mixed, and then a child will be permitted to Sixty-eig- $1.00 packages of Ward's Dandru-Cid- e 1 1 draw a card from the hat, and the party holding the corresponding number will receive the Davenport. The second prize to be drawn in the same manner. In the dawing we have no choice as to the child that does the drawing, and the parties interested can select the child. This Shampoo standard , Dandru-Cid- e is not put up for prize purposes, but is in standard size"1 $1.00 packages, a Shampoo, and a genuine bargain .itself, notwithstanding we' are giving away; absolutely free a $40.00 Davenport and a $7.5,0 Rocker. "' m fr m and constructive interest that has bsen taken in my race by my many .friends throughout the state. My heart is warm with gratitude to 'every citizen ,whq has been interested in me. 1 am not unmindful of the devoted and able support of the thousands of former students who have attended the school over which I have presided for years, and I assure all of them that their friendship the past twenty-thre- e and the work they' have done are deeply, appreciated. I thank the press for the numerous courtesies extended to me and for every act of interest shown in my race. withdraw in favor of any candidate. I release all my friends any suggestion or intimation as to their future political allignment. without Most ' respectfully yours, H. H. Cherry. I am deeply gratef uMor the active After all this Shampoo has been sold a nbtice'Will lbe' published in this paper setting a day for the drawing. Parties holding numbers who attend should send them by some friend, as t " only those tickets present on the day of the drawing" will be recognized. , can-no- Two weeks notice will be given, published twice in the Adair County ftJews. This sale will begin Wednesday, May 5th and continue until all the Shampoo is sold. ' I do jiot Casey Jones' Store. &: :?zrrzzsr irm A Few Suggestions For One of the Gumm boys, charged with shooting old man McDaniel, was acquitted, the other one held iu the sum of $300. Graduation Gifts and Wedding Presents Ladies Watches " Gents ' r ., : '"' ' ' $6.50 5.00 Bracelets Rings '2.00 1.50 1.00 1.00 Mr Josh Conover informs" The News that; tobacco plants in the Mt. Car-mlocality will, be very scare, in Y fact many beds will not produce any, due to dry weather. There are a few Bring your Wool to us and beds, in damp bottoms, that have not get best cut prices, or let us work ' been damaged. He also states that some fields of wheat look very sorry, it up for you into our Extra large the, blade turning, yellow while other Blankets, Heavy Linsey, Jeans fields are looking fine. el Wool Wanted f $$ef GILL $$$xx Special ,AT Cufflinks Tie Pins LaValfiers n ' 2.50 1 Bar Pins Mesh Bags .00 Kodab Brownies Premos 2.50 6.00 .20 2.00 1 The Graduation Gift Problem is easily solved at BALL'S. Be Sure to Investigate. The Fourth District Missionary Convention of the Christian Church, will convene at Jamestown, on Friday evening, June the fourth, and continue over Sunday. The counties composing the district are Adair, Casey, Russell 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 and its sessions on Sundey,-afternooevening. Friday evening there will be an address on Christian Education. The program will appear in the News in due time. Mr. E. F. Rowe Dead. and Jeans Coats and Pants, Extra Quality Knitting Yarn, Flan-els- , Coverlets, Etc. If you live a long Distance away, gather up a few bunches and come on, you have a good bed here and room for your team free. For samples, prices, etc., address, 4 WAGGENER'S FROM April 29, to May 17. $ $ We will offer our entire stock of Merchan dise for CASH at 10 percent, discount, and E. L. REECE, Mgr. Farmers Woolen Mills, Jamestown, Ky. Notice. t many things at COST. We pay the highest market price for Eggs both in Cash and Goods. Give us a chance to show you that this is a FACT, not TALK. MURRAY Jeweler. BALL, F. Rowe, who was one of the best known men in the Sparksville country, died last Wednesday morning at 5 o'clock. He had been an inAdditional Locals. valid for about a yean. During the war of the rebellion he served in the Mr. J. V. White has changed the Federal army, and for disabilities recolor of his residence by painting it ceived, while in the service,' he was white, which adds greatly to its looks. drawing a pension. Mr. E. account of the baccalaureate sermon of the Columbia High School at the Baptist Church on next Sunday May the 9th, I will preach at Zion on the 3rd Sunday instead of the second On" Sunday. - $$ DIrigo. Thieves visited the home of Mrs. Willie B. Hines last Thursday night and stole nine of her hens. A man .who will steal chickens would steal a horse or burn your property. to-da- y He was a member of Sparksville Masonic Lodge, and was also a mem. ber of the Methodist Church, and was a man who had many friends in the neighborhood where he was reared. C. C. He was a brother of Squire leaves a wife and He Rowe. ' Mr. Scott Montgomery will leave several sons and daughters who have (Tuesday) to attend to properthe sympathy of the community. ty near Mt. Ternon, 111., and at Car- He was 71 years old the 21st day thage, Mo. His daughter, MiBs Maye, of this month. will accompany him on the trip, to visit relatives and friends. Considerable hail fell in the SparksW. G. Holladay caught twenty ville country, this county, last Mr. pounds of. fine fish Thursday morning -- Every body is at work trying Read- Casey Jones' great offer in to get done planting corn. this issue. Eld. Robert Kirby preached Monday week the Adair circuit three interesting sermons last court will open. The day will be de- Saturday night, Sunday morning voted principally to speaking, as a and Sunday afternoon. number of candidates will be present. Landy Stotts professed religMr. L. C. Winfrey was in last Friday, defending the ion one day last week. He was Gumm boys, charged with shooting baptized last Wednesday by Rev. old manMcDaniel, the shooting- havJoe Stotts of the Baptist church. ing occurred three weeks ago. Sheriff S. H. Mitchell was here Mr. A. A. Huddleston, CommonAttorney in this district, and a few days last week inviting wealth's was'in Co a candidate for boys up to Judge Carter's lumbia lastTPfidayn rbrite foMiiber-t- .the J big; meeting which commences :c via.RussellSprings., h Camp-bellsville the third Monday in May. There are some nice fish in Harrodsfork at this time and all of the boys who are not lied down on the farm are fiahinar. The Kentucky 'Singletree and Spoke Company are running: their factory at this place this week. Mr. Hop Pendleton, of Columbia is doing the turning., - ixf$. - Sefta&.(3dgttefc, tad breath are usually tive bowels. Geti a ., Sick headache, biliousness; piles aed caused by inacbox of Kexall. Orderlies. They act gently and effeo. tively. Sold only by u JQ cetto. Paull Dru , i Qjl A2 It k ' . , THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ESKIMO WHALE DANCE. . The Pries of. a, Kid. pordova Is full of fun, says O. Bogus Lattmann in his "Qnlet Days In Spain," and In the leisurely pace ot life there the observer has time to see and appreciate all of it boy ' In the market one day a smallman-e- r Rrith a big apron and a pompous was offering half of a small kid to woman for a peseta. She objected that it .was very tiny, and he fairly mothered her with: "Woman! Do yon itant half a bull for a tenpence?" -- BillySunday on Newspapers. i and and panderers lickspittle, grafting, piecounter,free-lunc- h politicians would beat it if the newspapers got after them. "The mission of a newspaper, as I look atj.it, boys, is to en lighten the public, and it it performs its mission rightly it is bound to be the greatest of moral forces. If every newspaper lodge. Never Break. suppressed tomorrow crime Greene Are there any really indeDuring the dance they feast on were structible toys? Gray None that I whale. The skin of the baleen whale would increase 100 per cent in know of, except those that make an Is about an inch thick and looks like Infernal noise Judge. rubber. The solid blubber between it 24 hours. All the boodlers and and the true flesh is usually about fourGetting In the Picture. teen inches thick. The black skin and grafters and loan sharks and good-for-nothin- Whsn Arctlo Natives Feast and Plota Their Life Mates. A very primitive custom ot the natives of the Bering and arctic coasts of Siberia, a custom that has come down from generations or savage ancestors, is the annual celebration of the whale dance, when the Eskimos select their wives. When the sun moves southward at the end of the short summer season and the ice closes up the northern Which? seas the whales come down to open Is "woman more interesting than man, water. Then, in celebration ot the or the reverse? Man varies mora He season's catch, the tee dwellers assemhas more genius in exceptional indl' ble for the whale dance, which lasts Insight twenty-on- e viduals, and less of genius-lik- e days: In the average person. He completes; The great dance circle Is prepared, woman endures. He builds externally, and In the center the dancers, both she at home. He fights; she preserves. male and female, perform the most Our worthless opinion Is that men are Bavage of evolutions and motions to more interesting than women, but that the accompaniment of rhytbmless er's woman is more Interesting than beating of the tomtoms and weird Weekly. chanting. The dance songs tell of the prowess of the hunters and of the Natural Objection. history of the tribe. The movements Why won't that rich old curmuag of the women are surprisingly graceeon let his young wife act tn amatene ful, and they mean to show In their theatricals?" dance that as daughters of a great "Because the last time she toos part people, they are possessed of all the everybody raved about the way she qualities such women should hava. acted a merry widow part" Baltimore The men execute pantomimic scenes of American. the hunt and go through all the motions of the kill. They spear the ice An Awful Shock. bear, slay the walrus and seal and Once upon a time a man rememberfinally, with extraordinary contortions, ed that the day was the tenth anni- vanquish the mighty whale. versary of his wedding, and he brought During the last days or the leant, home some flowers and candy to his when the time arrives for the selection wife and gave her a kiss. And it took of husbands and wives, the man pertight doctors nine days to restore tho forms his mate dance before the woman from the effect of tin he has picked out In pantomime jbock. Cincinnati Enquirer. he promises to provide her generously with the fruit or the hunt both food Scorching. and fur If she is pleased with him "Things were getting too warm for she walks out and dances uer accepttie in that section of the country." ance and shows now she will look "What was the reason?" after the igloo. When they nave "I was burning up too many of the danced before each other they are marroads." Baltimore American. ried after the vii&tim or the tribe, and he leads her off to his walrus hide man-Harpwo-aia- n "I believe the newspaper can clean up the country from New York to San FranciBco, and there is hardly a town that does not need to be taken down to God's bathhouse and have the hose turned on it. "Rid this world of Christianity and you will sound the death knell of morality. You might as well try to sink a battle ship with a shotgun, to batter down the rock of Gibraltar with green peas and a blowpipe or dam Niagara with hairpins and toothpicks as to try to have morality without Christianity. BeM3gBB3jtj:MP:"j7 17 New " z 1915 Maxwell The biggest automobile value ever offered for less than $1,000. Powerful, fast, silent and smooth running. A superb, fully equipped, real family automobile. A car with a real high tension features in the "The whole gang of thieves g, magneto, sliding gear transmission, left hand drive, center tires on rear, control, anti-ski- d in fact it has Practically all the high priced features of high priced cars. gjar ' jllllBll mmMm t" 1 5ng in the new 1915 Maxwell. Holds the road at 50 miles an Jwur. Come and let us take you rid- - llSpl IBB ffglf With Electric Starter and Electric lights $55 extra. ip JS SfcfcffissMT- - palatable, it has a flavor something Fond Hubby (starting down town) What will It be. love flowers or candy? like that of chestnuts. Youth's ComWine We'll compromise, dear. You panion. can send both. Judge Prime Numbers. It might appear at first that every Nothing is possible to him wbo is al- number can be divided by some numways dreaming of his past possibilities ber besides itself and one; but many numbers cannot and If they cannot they are known as prime numbers. Of Carrier Pigeons. Pigeons were employed in early all the numbers having a value of less Egyptian days, navigators taking them than 1,000, there are 1G9 that are on their galleys and liberating them prime. Of these twenty-si- x are smaller appear between "when they arrived at their destination than 100, twenty-on- e tn order to announce their safe arrival 100 and 200. sixteen between 200 and to their friends. The Romans utilized BOO. sixteen between 300 and 400, them in communicating with each oth- seventeen between 400 and 5GG, fourer in wartime. teen between 500 and GOO, sixteen between 600 and 700, fourteen between 700 and 800, fifteen between 800 and Revenge. BOO and fourteen between 900 and "Will you marry me. Miss Gussle?" 1,000. "No, Mr. Jinks." "Oh, thank you! I was so afraid His Vacation. you'd say yes, for, you see, the fellows A woman bad a negro cleaning the "were betting no fellow had the nerve to ask you, and I took it up in spite of yard for her. His wife had been dead for several years. So his employer the risk." Baltimore American. ' seized a favorable moment and proceeded to sound him. Domestic Discord. "John," she said, "you're a good, "My husband used to call me his steady man. Lots of women would be lovely lute." fclad to have you. Why don't you get a "And now?". wife?" "Now he picks on me." Louisville John leaned on his rake and scratchCourier-Journa- l. ed his head reflectively. "Well, I tell you," he replied. "You Where Truth deigns to come her sis- know I was married seven years, an ter. Liberty, will not be far. Akenside. I've got to have a rest" IndlanapoUa His Kick. "Why don't you go to the doctor with that cold?" News. It Worked. the blubber, the latter cut to the thickredlight district Is called moktufc thugs and the "I know. They blunder accidentally ness of the former. great delicacy. and is considered a It would join in a Jjubilee. All the into a film." Kansas City Journal. is eaten raw and, although It sounds repulsive to the civilized ear. Is most forces of good (government would A Compromise. them." "Some have greatness thrust upon pray to have the newspaper re- stored." CAMPI1ELLLVIU.T.F, KEXTUatY. D istrihiif or for Taylor, Green and Adair Counties. BUCHANAN, 2LYON INCORPORATED CO., I' j Ii I I Sick headache, biliousness, piles and bad breath are usually caused by inactive bowels. Get a box of Rexall Orderlies. They act gently and effectively. Sold only by us at 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. .s:- - BLACK PRINCE CIGAR The Easter Sunday Smoke Is the cigar. A high grade smoke for special occasions. Al- Newspapers Too Cheap. An Illinois publisher who had a farmer to "stop his paper" because he thought the subscription price too high wrote, the following editorial under the heading: "Are We Asking Too Much? ways the favorite where men of good taste meet, by which class it is always appreciated. Step in and try on. Then you'll want a box for yourself and your best friends. We have also a large variety of other fine domestic and imported cigars in stock at from $2.00 to $3.50 per box. Greensburg Cigar Co. remained s t a ; n a n t. just a few weeks ago we paid News. this same man $1.50 for a load Two London chauffeurs have of cobs, .when only a Efew years patented a brush to be suspendback one could get all the cobs ed on the outside of an automohe wanted for a dollar a load. bile wheel to prevent it splashing "By reading the news of twenmud. ty years ago it will be noted that Former President Taft adflour was selling then at 85 cents to $1 a sack; it is $2 per dressed the members of a Legisdifference? lature and urged them to watch the sack. Note And there has been a corres- the people's money. Most Legponding increase in the price of islatures watch for it a little too everything that goes into the strenuously. "Note the difference? Why, E-To- "Last Saturday a farmer who has taken the Press for a good many years came into the office and said he would stop the pa- "And have you tried the plan of per. As that was his privilege greeting your husband with kind words "Can't afford it" no questions were asked him, "You buy a pair of shoes when you when he comes home late, as I suggested?" asked 'the elderly friend. need them?" remarked, 'You've got "I have." said the youngish woman, but he "Yes, and that ends the transaction. The doctor keeps telling me to come "and it works like a charm. He stays the price too high.' h6me all the time now trying to figure again." LouisvAU Courier-Journaout what Is the matter." "We asked this man if he l. to-da- y v Blatter. Her Coaxing Way. She Oh, sweet hubby, be so goot as to make me a present of 100 marks. He Well, If you need them you may have them. She Oh, bow nice! Now you need to give me only 300 marks more for my tailor's bill! Fliegende Flower and Weed Test How to tell the flowers from the weeds: Pull them up by the roots. If they are flowers that will be the last of 'em; if weeds, only the beginning. Chicago News. Blamed the Planets. the middle of the fourteenth cen- A False Reputation. thought the price of his goods which he had to sell was too high. Of course not. This man twenty years ago this week was getting 28 cents for his corn, 38 cents for his oats, $4 per 100 for his hogs, 12J cents for his butter, 15 cents for his eggs, 4 cents for his chickens, etc. "To-dahe is getting $1.50 per bushel for his wheat, 75 cents for his corn, 65 cents for his oats, $6.90 per 100 for his hogs, 28 cents to 30 cents for his eggs, 11 cents for his chickens, etc. y It is not known how the bee, which works three months in the year and oafs nine, got the reputation of being "busy." Topeka Capital. Had Right Ley Broken Seven Times. Running on slippery streets to catch a trolley car. William H. Harmer. ight years old. a salesman for a Chestnut street store in Philadelphia, fell and broke his right leg. This Is forty-e- the seventh time in fourteen years that Harmer has broken his right leg. makeup of a newspaper, and yet there are some who wonder why the publisher cannot live just as cheaply as twenty years ago." Here is a concrete example. This farmer is receiving 300 per Watch Your Children Often children do not let parents know they are constipated. They fear something distasteful. They will like Rexall Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes like sugar. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Holland's Quee:i Subscribes Million. Queen Wilbelmina. in signing a bill In tury in Paris a new ordinance enjoin- for a war loan of 275.000,000 florins ing the cleansing of the streets and the ($110,000,000). informed the finance emitting up of swine was carefully minister that sbe would personally unneglected, as usual, and a terrible derwrite 2.500,000 florins ($1,000,000) plague was the consequence. The fac- of the amount ility of medicine, called upon for a When making lTdEea custard warm him. Paull Drug Co. remedy by th king, sent to inform the milk before adding the eggs and after long discussion that the there will be lees danger of the cusplague was the result of a hostile con- tard turning watery. Bake in a paa junction of the planets liars and Jupl- it lm boiling water Any man who has watshed his cent., more for his corn than he w if e dolling up when she is getdid in former years and almost ting ready to go out will agree the same percentage of increase with the sage who remarked for everything else he has to sell, that a woman's work is never while the price of newspapers done.