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To Be Married. ns Last Saturday afternoon, about 5 Last Sunday forenoon Rev. ChesterLast Thursday night, just after the Mr. Guy Nell and Miss Mabel Ab-kilights were turned off, Mr. W. C.Mur-rell'- s o'clock, Mr. R. C. Meal, one of Adair field Turner, who now resides in lefb here bhis (Tuesday) morning' residence was entered by either county's most prominent citizens, and Louisville, delivered the baccalaureate for Louisville where they expected to a white man or a negro, the color of a gentleman who had, many warm, sermon in the' Baptist Church to the get married this afternoon They personal friends, died at his home, Mrs. Mary J. McClaln, After a the person being in doubt. The fronb near Eunice, this county, a victim of graduating class of the Adair County were accompanied by Miss Amanda High School. The audience was be Butler, who is a close friend of the entrance to the residence is a double n tween five and six hundred, every couple. Itwasgiveu out here that door, and it was nob locked. Mrs. pneumonia. Mr. Neal was Long Illness, Crosses lo the Tennie Smith and 'Miss Cora Smith in Columbia and the intelligence of available plan in the church building Rev. Chesterfield Turner would officOther Side. were occupying a room in the second his demise cast a gloom over this com- being taken. iate, his services having been engaged story. A steady rain was falling, and munity. He was aboutfif by years old, Rev. Turner was formerly principal while here last Sunday. It is expectone of the ladies got up and let the and was a leader in the neighborhood of the school, and his address, which ed that the wedding party will resash of a window down. Immediately where he resided, and will be greatly contained many wholesome thoughts, turn home in a day or two. ' IN INTERMENT CITY CEMETERY. thereafter she heard the door to the missed. He leaves a widow and sever- impressively delivered, showed that The intended bride is a daughter of room open, and she asked, "Who is al children, two of his daughters being he had lost none of the interest in the late E. G. Atkins. Her mother, that?" and at the same time the in- in the Lindsey- - Wilson when he was ta- bhe school that he so plainly mani- Mrs. Lou W. Atkins, resides in this The death of the subject of this truder struck a match and held it up. ken sick. Every body who knew Mr. fested while at the head of it He is city. writing, which occurred at 2 o'clock The women screamed. 'Mr. Murrell Neal are In sympathy with the sor- a genbloman of abiliby and education, Miss Atkins is a young woman of last Wednesday afternoon, was not a and his wife were sleeping in a room rowing widow and children. May his language being choice throughout strong mind, is accomplished, and a surprise to the residents of Columbia, below, and the former hurried to the God comfort them in this hour of their the discourse. most pleasing conversationalist, a lady as her critical condition for several rescue, but before reaching the ladies' deepest grief. who has many friends. days was known to every body in the apartment, the intruder had escaped Funeral services were held Sunday Mr. Nell is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Highway Meeting. community. Geo. H. Nell, aud is quite popdown the steps. The two women afternoon, conducted by Eld. Z. T. There was never a more patient were so badly frightened that a physi- Williams, many being present. ular with his associates. He is ab Thursday, of this week, the 13th, presenb bhe manager of sufferer, nor one who expressed more cian had to be called. One of the la- the Columbia representative citizens of Bardstowu, Bottling Works, an enterprise that is gratitude to friends, who gathered ladies thinks it was a negro, the other Field Days. Springfield, Lebanon, .Campbellsville, doing a good business. about her bedside day in and day out is not positive as to color. Prom the Columbia, Creelsboro and Albany will for many weeks. action of the intruder it looks like it Last Friday The News extends its best wishes, afternoon was Field meet ab Campbellsville for the pur- trusting She had no fear of death, and aa was a person who. was bewildered, as that prosperity and happigentle as she had lived, she calmly and it does not lootc reasonable that a man Day ab High School rfnd Graded School pose of putting life into the Central ness will crown their efforts, and that resignedly met her God. She had a who was up to mischief would light a grounds and a large crowd was pres- route. lb ia important that large del- they may lovingly go hand in hand most pleasing disposition, making match and hold it up when the ques- ent to witness the many contests.' egations turn out to the meeting. down to good old age. dark pictures look bright, when troub- tion came "Who is that?" Yet, there Many of them were close and excit- The Cenbral is the shortest route and le came. She trusted in God whom, are some suspicians that it was the ing, bub the decisions were . fair, all the advantage of selecting it, is the Joseph D. Bryan Dead. she served, and while she disliked the act of an evil doer. Whether a mis- the contestants being satisfied. Those matter of cost. Let every man who ways of the ungodly, she had only take or not the intrusion should who lost exhibited the proper spirit can attend the meeting be present. A great many Columbians will rekind words of admonition when called be a warning, and every housekeeper by congratulating the winners. It I have secured the services of Chas. gret to learn of the death of Joseph upon to give an expression. She was a should keep his revolver where he was an afternoon of enjoymenb for u Cook, of Mexico Mo., an expert D. Bryan, who was a salesman for all present. consecrated woman, believing that her could put his hand on it. Saburday afternoon like exercises saddle horse man and am now prepar- Wheat & Gilmer in this place-- , many Master did every thing for the best. were pulled off ab the Lindsey- - Wilson ed to take a few horses to educate to years ago, while his father, Mr. She was the idol of an only child, a Land Sale. campus, hundreds of spectators being saddle and harness. If you have a George Bryan, waa cashier for the daughter, Mrs. J. W. Coy, who will in attendance. The program was horse that needs educating, call and Bank of Columbia. greatly miss the familiar form and the lengthy, the street lights being turned see me. The end came at Bentonville, Ark., ' I will on Monday June 7. 1915. ab voice that gave comfort and joy to the b on before it was completed. Those A S. Chewning. April the 25th, where the deceased household. May God pour the balm aboub the hour of one o'clock p. m., dewas engaged in the banking business of Gilead into the aching hearts of it being the first day of a regular term who witnessed the contests were lighted, as there were many exciting Centre College. and also holding large interests in oththose who have lose a wise counsellor of the Adair County Court, ab the er enterprises. courthouse door in Columbia, Adair feats, and cheering was lively during and a loving and faithful mother. He was born at Jamestown, Ky., County, Kentucky, offer for sale and the whole of the afternoon. The deceased was a daughter of commencement The ninety-seconDecember 5, 1852, and was nearly 63 sell to the highest and besb bidder on Capb. James and Cyntha Ann Murrell, exercises at Centre College will begin years oldVhen death came. He was Prizes Awarded. and was born on the farm where Por- a credib cf six months with 6 per cent, on Sunday June 6th, when the baccaa first cousin of Eld. F. J. Barger, of per annum interest from date of sale ter Bargar now lives. Her?parents laureate sermon will be preached by this place, and was a gentleman of removed to Colujcbla.hen. she was bond with approved security required The following won firsb places on the Rev. J. M. Vander Meulen, D. D., spotless character. He was surroundh of the purchaser the undiabout one year old. Here she was campus Field pastor of the Second Presbyterian ed by his wife and six sons and daughtbhe Lindsey-Wilso-n reared, and in 1858 she was married to vided interest of C. C. Roe, Jr. Said Day: Church ab'Louisville, Ky. seven brothers. Mr. John W. McCIain, who died many Interest was inhereted from his fathThe Commencement address will be ers and Holis Mitchell, Chester Petty, OlAll Bentonville went into mourning er, E. F. Roe, deceased, subject to the .years ago. Jas. K. iver Poppleweil, Guy Stevenson, 'Dud- made by President-Emeritu- s '. y the day of the funeral? When quite a young woman she life interest of Mrs. E. F. Roe, to ley Hayes, Robb. Willis, Lucy McFar-lan- Patterson, Ph. D . tj L D . of the Execution No. 2001 issued from made a profession "df her .faith in Kentucky State Uni ersity, uu ThursNotice the offiec of the clerk of the Adair Sallie Rubh HynesnXeona Bryant; day June 10th. Dr. Patterson is wideChrist, united with the Methodist Murphy, iPrentlce Gibbons .' : 13 Church and lived a true Christian Circuit Court, on May 8, 1915, tosatis-- f Pebby & Hadley 'cjjesberPetfcylwoh' ly known as a vigorous and picbur-esq'u- e M N- speake'rWd ivas forover a quar-- . life until the final dissolution, being y debt of i38,26 with interest from medal for highest' numbrjcofcpfiffitS; .w I will preach at Zion pnnextSaturrv..- - .V.-.-- ! l ... u.ir r "1" , A V 73 years, three months and eleven Oct., 12, 1914 and $6.06 costs, and oth-- . Ortve'r "".PjJP.PlWlI VjSjgcprid; Cerof "a centu'rv president df the State-- I aay afternoon, L. l&cn .analt&unaayi, y. May er costs amounting to" '- ncur.fr:. in iaypr-o-f A&tTa won girls Jlelay race. Thed JTntversity. J , ' days old when death came. 'j&i ;. rfolkfwiner at ZIon. .On. Sunday: even-b&- o i 0D. Sl I OJ J5 - w" ' - it. Mn'.r .7- r.A? J. J. H. Judd assignee Tigainstf said C. won boys Relay race. The funeral services'jrweie rieiCih nave our. :ingrai? :u we fc C. Roe Jr.. . One:bracb of land andp- - " t rains the Methodist church- - Thifrsday af- setViceabfche' BapifsVrjSlitiPp- - - oj ' tationTthroughoubc-iAc'ai- r county!' 'A J.. -- A .. riXi.IU.&4.if.. jjuiw,ui;t tucicwuciuugiug, jyjugun ltl Vj :ternoon tt to.Sush;..;, : I MIC tamMa?'1 Many fields of wheat ihabVrere look-- . .Rev. J. S. Vjiiauuiei, Trim yam a, ueau- - the waters.of- - Harrodsfork of . proouswx1 ""- ;. to?.wy in? Doorlv have beebma thrift v.' and forget3 we". give1- - ydif 10 per, iful tribute to her life11 and .Chirac creek, in Adafrcouaty Kentu.ckyi.crin-- : 2" .iwnn .ii.i taining 86 acres more (thfeiln6l9a;tioisfatlXt,his aim-poiand: to tec. Services over, the:'remains were UlIW flQATlVOrAWO,! LiiAb Gill & Waggoner, rip borne to the city cemetery, and. there bounded anddescribe'd as follosfpuviz: rtnnrfr,hnris.dnnr7J .Turin 7. 1Q1K..??JI , 9 anara'geyTeldr. Gtas3is also grbw-inT i ' t i nice,ly."," '' Beginning at a poplar.; and chestnut deposited to await thfe lresurrecbion i.V i'" On Monday, pJune, J,: 1915, .at the -m ' . 81 E 80 poles to a chestnut m0rn' Strayed of stolen from my home one , '' ' thence N court house door in Cplumbiaj KyvthcH n i'J Last Friday nighb bhe large touring foxhound, blue speckled, with' two Resides the daughter?he"deceased corner to David Wilson's survey, same being the first day of a regular ? thence with a line of same S 8 E 130 term of the Adair County Court, car owned by Mr. J. E Gowdy, is survived by one sister, Mrs. C. C. round black stots on her back. A poles to a stone corner 'to same and one o'clock p. m., or thereabout,--- Will upset on the Springfield black spot back of her ear. She has Gilmer, Honey Grove'Texas' "i. John Stotts, bhence with Stott's line offer for sale to the highest bidder for pike, near Lebanon. Mr. Gowdy and dewclaws. I will pay a reward of 55 The flowers were beautiful. W 27 poles to a stone and mulberry cash in hand the following described his son, Dr. Lee Gowdy, and Mrs. for informati m bhab will lead to her his corner in the original line, thence tracts of land, or a sufficiency thereof Bailey, who is a daughter, were in the recovery. Taylor Sullivan, Card of Thanks. with his line S 80 W 60 poles co gum bo sabisfy bhe bax and cosb for the car. They met a buggy and the occuGentry's Mill, Ky. and beech, thence N 10 W 180 poles to year of 1914, of the following named pant failed to give part of the road. eMr. and Mrs. J. W. Coy desire to the beginning. The title to the land persons: The auto driver undertook to pass, For iale. return their heartfelt thanks to all to be sold was derived by deed of conbut he turned boo far and the car up2 District No set, None of the occupants were setheir neighbors, who manifested so veyance to E. F. Roe deceased, from Wellington Redmon, 118 acres much kindness during the illness of W. A. Jackman and wife, and recordriously hurt, but the machine was etc. framing, joins Nathan Murrell, bax Culled lumber, Mrs. Coy's mother. ed in deed book No., 9 on page 402 in Mrs. McCIain, co'sb Balance $3 02 badly damaged. from 25 cents to $1 per hundred and Prices They did nob seem to tire, one or the Adair County Clerk's office, this Disbricb No 3 Colored It is on the Grant farm. An Alarming Accident. .more being constantly at the bedside, May 10, 1915. b A. B. Corbin. Elizabebh Hughes 14 acres tenderly nursing, praying that the one S. H. Mitchell, S. A. CJ. ' joins. James Hughes tax who was so sorely afflicted might be 1 45 Sheriff's Office Columbia, Ky. and cost A few days ago Mr. F. E. Mullinix, HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, N. Y. yrestored to health. They are glad 'Districb No. 7 Colored who lives near the Fair Grounds, they live among .such steadfast that Barger heirs 4 acres joins R. came very near being killed. He lefb Sudden Death. friends, neighbors who will ever be 1 35 the square horseback, en route home. Ingram bax and cosb Cash Capital $6,000,000.00 kindly and gratefully remembered. Disbricb No 7 When he reached the Christian church Largesb Fire Insurance Company in Mr. J. A. Dulworth, who lives ab E. Gr Shaw 5 acres joins his horse fell, ?nd partly fell on him. America. Insures farm properby on A Splendid Report. Camp Knox, informed us, Jast ThursRev. Hogard tax and cost Persons who witnessed the ' accident, bhe Installment Plan, or. Cash Plan 1, 7 28 hurried to the scene, thinking that day, that Mrs. La,rkin McGinnis, died' Balance Address, 3 or 5 years. The Tabernacle Sunday School re- suddenly at Ebe,rneezer church, Green Sheriff's office Columbia, Ky., May 9. the rider was killed. Fortunately, he Browning & Winfrey, Agents S. H. Mitchell, was only bruised aboub the legs and ports that on last Sunday 150 attend- county, Tuesday night. Mrs. McGin- 1915. . Columbia, Ky. body. He is now hobbling aboub his Sheriff Adair County Ky. 104 regular attendants, nis was a daughter of bhe labe Sidney ed the school, 28-premises, bub ib will be some days be21 new members and $6.53 offerings. Coffey, and was a firsb cousin of Mrs. Lost. fore he fully recovers. Mr. Mullinix Re it known that Tabernacle church Tolie Walker, L. L. and Wade Euis quite an old man and there is nob a bank, of bhis place, Mr. McGinnis is Sunday-Scho'is near Eunice, a country congregaAttendance. doubb bub he made a narrow escape. tion that is awake to the importance a native of Adair county, and is quite Losb at Columbia, or on bhe road beprominent in the affairs of Green and worth of the Sunday School. It tween Columbia and Sparksville on , numThe following Jgures show-thNexb Monday the May term of the Monda'yTMay'Srd,' a black leather is doubtless' the sbrongesb and mosb county. His relatives and friends of Adair county feel for him and extend I ber in attendance here Sunday: Adair circuit court will open. Candi- pocketbook, containing several notes active Sunday School in the county, 163 dates will occupy the mosb of the day, Methodist outside of Columbia. We congratulate their profoundesb sympabhy. no money. The 137 as several have announced that they and' other papers, but Since wribing the above we are in- - j Baptist it on its splendid report and the great formed by finder will please return the The 128 would speak. Neighbor Hatcher, who Christian another party that Mrs. work it is doing. re- 52 is a candidate for the State Senate, Adair County News and receive McGinnis died at her.Kome, and that! Presbyterian v ward. ' I Mr. will be one of the speakers. Wanted, pasture for two mares she was sick several days. 485 Trigg, his opponent, will likely be Jo M. Harris, rht with colts. be found" he In jariothercojumn.-wilDeclamation contest in Lindsey - ! here. 'It Is also said' that Judge Car-- J a'dverttsemeypt" Ky. Columbia, of & 3Bit Bridgwaters- Wilson Chapel Wednesday evening ab i Prices on Rubber Tires gone down. terand Commonwealth's Attorney services at Union 8 o'clock. The Lyon'Snedal will, be de- - CU and see toerBefore buying;:' Best HnririlMfrm will also jnakh add rwW He is not only ao6d' tinner, but a de- Communion s. F. Eubank, A verylarge crowd Is' expected to be pendable man, and will give you mer-nechurch uext Sunday at the morn- - livered to the1 winner'1 - Every1.? Body is rubber-usec cordially. Invited, . J273. ' itorious work at reasonable prices. lag services. ' r" v well-know28-2d one-fiftsab-isfd, -- 1 j--- - $17-69- ,; ai-z- -- -- 1 1 T w. ; 1. -- The-recen- have"--re-vived've- J'--d- or.-les- si 'r!? l 'r.A.VS:M.Uio.i.MKUr JM. v' -- - x .J i , nt io yj. gt ,- -- ra-- 9 Camp-bellsvill- ej 1 - 28-4- 4t ol e -- I l '- 1 d re -- -- Hi' -.: Mtf '..if""I ny!rmfiM"!ly y-- - '" THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS .Another Advocate of Stitt-wide. of 'I am not the :any political party. 1 votefr '.the best men and the best meas bond-servant All the time and everywhere I am opposed to the liquor itraffic, for it is the greatest foe to human happiness and pros roues. perity that exists. The world's ?great question is the solution of the liquor problem. We to-day in Kentucky now have the County Unit law which has been shown to be insufficient to isolve the problem. It does not touch the vital trouble which vis the manufacture of strong drink Local option was a liquor man's measure originated 'to save the liquor men's destruction. The friends a the whisky business are for xthe County Unit law and its foes care for State-widand Nation vwide Prohibition. Mr. H. A. iSommers puts in a pitiful plea :for keeping State-wid- e Prohibition out of the gubernatorial race yin Kentucky. His reasons may be summed up in two points. SFirst it would endanger the success of the Democratic party. .'Second the Governor has no powder to exert in the submission of amendment. & constitutional His first reason seems to me to toe pure cowardice. He claims Ao have fought the liquor f their efforts to dominate ; his party and yet he now surrenders body and soul to these Interests. If there is one thing above all others that the liquor imea desire it is that all political (parties keep Prohibition out of their .politics. What Mr. pleading for is the very tthing the whisky men want .above all others. Again, is the tsuccess of any political party in ia State campaign worth more ttharrthe protection of our mor-material and spiritual inter-est- s from their deadliest foe? .lAre not the lives, character, prosperity and happiness of our men, women and children worth i more than any mere political ' triumph? .Should not a party f stand for. right and for the interests, even though tthfi .enemies of humanity oppose them in such a stand? It does .xiot require a man of brains to are foes that the liquor-meand good govern-emento say nothing of morality and .religion. But again, will the introduction of the State -- busi-.fro- m e -- inter-"ests'- in Som-me:?s- is al peo-jplebe- st continues to be dominated by ting along fine with their crops. the whisky men will go down to They are planting corn now. defeat and disgrace as it de- Wheat is looking fine. They have beenoffered $1.20 for new wheat. serves to do. As to Mr. Sommer's second This is a fine country for farmreason, I would ask why do the ing. The police killed a negro whisky men work so hard for a one day last week. He had man favorable to their trade? robbed a store in Petersburg and Why do they not work and vote was trying to get away. Well, for H. V. McChesney instead of there are lots of Kentucky boys A. 0. Stanley if the governor here. Some of them say that has no influence for or against they would stay if it wasn't for Prohibition in his official capac- working so hard. I don't see ity? Verily, the whisky men why any one would not like to know on which side their bread work here. This is such a fine country. Noboby is behind. is buttered. But Mr. Sommers is very They give you plenty of time to strong for the County Unit law. do your work. They give you So 13 Mr Stanley and so are the from 15 to 18 hours a day. There whisky men. All know that so was a man by the name of Charlong as the temperance move- lie Sinclair sold out in Kentucky ment does not get beyond local and came here to live but did not option, their business is safe. like and went back. The other Every man of ordinary capacitv boys are doing fine. Will write knows that nothing short of more next time. Yours Truly, State-wid- e and nation wide ProMinter Burton. hibition of the manufacture, sale t importation and exportation, YOur Child's Cough is a Call for Help transportation of alcoholics, is a Don't put off treating your Child's solution of the problem, "You Cough. Ifc not only saps their strength might as well talk of drying up but often leads to more serious ail the Mississippi at Baton Rouge ments. Why risk? You don't have while the sources above continue to. Dr. King's New Discovery is just the remedy your child needs. It is to flow as to stop the drink curse made withing soothing, healing and with local option which allows antiseptic balsams. Will quickly the streams of the still to flow. check the Cold and soothe your Child's Stop the manufacture of alcohol- Cough away. No odds how bad the ic poison and the stream will run Cough or how standing, Dr. King's dry. Cut down the trees and New Discovery will it. It's guaranteed. Just get a bottle from your the buckeyes will cease to poison Druggist and try it. For sale by the cows. Ad. Paull Drug Co. Prohibition has made amazing progress within the last year. Rugby. Russia with her one hundred and Mr. T. J. Rossen, who has seventy millions of people is absolutely dry. France has dis- been sick five weeks, is improvcarded ail strong spirituous li- ing. Miss E. Rupe, who has been quors, England is on the verge of absolute Prohibition, and by visiting the home of your scribe, the time the present war ia over has returned to her home. I believe Germany and Austria Planting corn is the order of will go dry Since September the day. 1st 9 of our states have moved We have had good rains, some into the dry column and five hail. more will vote on the question soon. A majority of the memBet Thing for a Bilious Attack. '.'On account of my confinement in bers of Congress voted for subthe printing office I have for years mission of Nation wide Prohibi- been a chronic sufferer from indigestion last winter. Verily, the tion and liver trouble. A few weeks world moves.' Let all good peo- ago I had an attack that was so severe that I was not able to go to the case ple rally together for the right for two days. Failing to get any reand victory will be won in the lief from any other treatment, I took i Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health As health talks to women become more general, both in the newspapers nd on the platform, the mass of women ire beginning: to realize what the more have always known, that jod health cannot be found in a powder ox. The externals of health may be sbtained In that way, but the basis of .iealth lies deeper, and yet is just as easily obtained. The most important thins that a woman can do for herself, and about which she is often most neglectful, is to watch the condition of her stomach and bowels. The weary eyes.- the bad breath, the frequent headaches, the pimples, the general air of lassitude is nine times out of ten the result of constipation or indigestion, or both. Many simple remedies can be obtained, but the best in the estimation of most women is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is mild, pleasant to the taste and 2xacUy suited to her needs. It is far ultix-ated - superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters, etc., which are entirely too violent. women should see to it that they have at least one movement of the bowels each day, and when showing any tendency to constipation should take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in tho small dose prescribed. A brief use of it will so 'train the stomach and bowel muscles that all forms of medicine can be dispensed with. Thee opinions are voiced by thousands of women, after personal experience, among them Miss V. L. Moore. 32 Claiborne St.. Nashville, Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying It in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simplv addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 105 Washington St.. Monticello, 111. Your name and addresa on a postal card will do. Garnett, May and Helen Upton, WELL DRILLER were in Louisville recently. Mr. Frank McFarland and sisI will drill wells in Adair and ter were the pleasant guests of adjoining counties. See me be Mias Allie Garnett recently. Miss Katherine Willis was vis- fore contracting. Latest imiting her cousin, Miss Katie Benproved machinery of all kincte.- nett, Gadberry, last week. Pump Repairing Done. Give Miss Opal Garnett and Mr. Robert Willis, of the L. W. T. S. me a Call. were at home recently. There will be singing at Zion I. YATES the fourth Sunday afternoon, conducted by Cabbell and Darnell. A. cordial invitation to all. Born, to the wife of Lewis A Splendid Powell, the 26th ult., a son. Clubbing Bargain f, We Offer and Do Not Gripe We have a pleasant laxative that will do just what you want it to do. We sell thousands of them and we have never seen a better remedy for the bowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. he Adair Counly News The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Resolutions. Year for Only $1.35 Enquirer is The following was adopted by Breeding Lodge, No. 516, F. & A. Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly M: In obedience to the divine law that all men must die, God in His infinite wisdom has called near future. Tobias Huffaker. Rheumatism YleldsQuickly to SlOans You can prevent an attack of Rheumatism from coming on, but your can Sloan's stop it almost immediately. applied to the sore Liniment gently joint or muscle penetrates in a' few minutes to the inflamed spot that causes the pain. It soothes the hot, tender, swollen feeling, and in a very short time brings a relief that is almost unbelievable until you experience it. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c. of any, Druggist and have it in the house against Colds, Sore and Swollens Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. For sale by Paull Ad DrugCo. n t, defeat the Demoerat-iicpart- y or endanger its success." ."Not necessarily. Of one thing ,1 am sure. If the Democrats should put up a local option or seunty unit ticket and the Re- ypublicans should put up a clean r.and strong State wide ticket the rooster would not crow any years in Kentucky .more iHeverse the tickets and I be- -for-fou- r ,.iieve the results will he reversed i ' the rooster continue to crow. " The cause of Prohibition will vin in the whole nation ere the next ..decade closes. The party that -- espouses it will lead its hosts to etery,and have the honor of i staking: the greatest reform of vmoAenu times. The party that . From Illinois. from labor to refreshment, to that temple not made with hands, eternal in the heavens, our be loved friend and brother, E. F. Rowe. who departed this life April 28, 1915, at the age of seventy-one years and seven days. Therefore, be it Resolved, That by his death Breeding Lodge has lost one of its most useful and worthy memthree of Chamberlain's Tablets and bers, whose presence will ever the next day I felt like a new man," be missed, and one through his writes H. C. Bailey, Editor Carolina of character, News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable at admirable traits Ad- - his loving disposition and his fairPaull Drug Co. ness to his fellowman, drew unto A Splendid Offer. himself a host of friends who mourn his loss. For the next thirty days we willl 2d. mat we tenaer nis iamuy furnish The Adair County News one , an(j relatives our heatfelt sympa year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, thy in their bereavement, and one year, Farm and Fireside, semi- commend them to the care of Magamonthly, one year; creator, who never zine, monthly, one year; and Poultry the Pointers, monthly, one year, all for fails to support and cherish the $1.65. This is the best offer ever made widow and orphan. by this office, and all who want read3d. That a copy of these resoing matter should send their subscriptions to this office at once. lutions be spread upon our records, a copy sent to the family Joppa. and a copy sent to the Adair We were glad to see the splen- County News for publication. Signed G. W, Curry, Lewis did rain which fell a few days Commitago. Our, farmers look more Reece, F. tee. cheeful. To-day's It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, audit 13 one of the best home metropolitan weeklie Of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world's events, and for that reason can sriue yon all the leading news. It carries a carries a sreat omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity 'to every ome. farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise yob to take advantage- by subscrib'ng for the above combination fright now. Call or mall orders to The Adatr.jCounty News, Columbia,! Ky. Mb You a Woman ? if ui if i 11)8 FOR 11 Wok's Tonle AT ALL DHD60SIS All-wi- se SAli: F4 . !. . v...vA-.--s."i:.- .. J -- H Misses Allie Garnett, Mattie 'l i , Tallula, Editor News: I wish to put paper, as my old Adair will from me, The Apr., 24, 1915. a letter in your many friends in be glad to hear Iljfenvs are get-- Young, Julia Loyd, AvisTupman, Eva and Elva Murrell ; Messrs.' R. 0. Cabbell. Buford Montgom-erLewis Young and Charley attended the singing at Egypt. Misses Fannie Holladay, Allie y, Lame Back. Lame back is usually due to rheumatism of the muscles of the back. Hard working people are most likely to suffer from it. Belief may be had by massaging the back with Chamberlain's Liniment two or three times a day. Try it. Obtainable at Paull ,. . t it .,.-. . . - !; i ,i r- - ii'F' .:' .r ,.... 'ill fv ?! . ra .. . i,. . it.-.- , .. i vii. l vr. i ...' 5. i'V.ii v.jrj !. K ., .vv; ti- -" l.tiVWW' IVAK'.SiV J e-- ,' 4 I-- .to :... ." rM :tm. ? J' AI -- - i s- - -; - - x l'I..4l -- "" ,.r " rni.niiJj (. 3oiUt?:l aa v 5,o sse ufti" nj-. , j'j( Drug Co. Ad ?- - & THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS He was married . to Miss Lula Conover in September 1900. To Frank Sinclair was born Oct. this union were born four chil16, 1866, departed this hie Jan., dren. Ray, the eldest, preceded 3, 1915, aged 48 years, 2 months him to his heavenly home, Nov. and 18 days old. He was the 23, 1908. Marvin, Mary Elizaoldest son of Preston and Eliza- beth and William Preston surbeth Sinclair, who both died vive him. A kind and faithful when he was just entering into husband, a loving father, a deyoung manhood. He had three voted brother has left us, but sisters and three brothers to be we know where, to find him. cared for. Frank realized his He will be waiting for us on the great responsibility and put him- other shore. Frank fought life's self in a father's place and he battles bravely, run his course ' ept tne an ia now filled it well. No father was we more thoughtful of his children wearing a crown of righteousthan he was of his sisters and ness. He leaves behind him brothers. He never became too that richest heritage, the memtired or busy to see after their ory of a good life. r Obituary. and give battle. Nelson would have been the last to dispute the "luckiness" of Friday, for he was born on that day, created a viscount on that day, and it was on Friday, May 20, 1803, that he assumed chief command in the Mediterranean. Any man who has watched his wife dolling up when she is getting ready to go out will agree with the sage who remarked that a woman's work is never done. The corner stone of the new government building at Georgetown was laid Saturday with imposing ceremonies. W& This is the "Thornhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good the labor the aid of the most ingenious modern machinery have been employed to make the Thornhill wagon. The wheels are made with excessive care. For the spokes the manufacturers use the finest hickory machine driven to insure the right dish. The hubs are of oak thoroughly seasoned and banded 'vith double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an iron plate at top and bottom, riveted through and through multiplying their strength. The "Thornhill" has a malleable front hound plate that is braced to the hounds at all points. This is an exclusive "ThornhiH" feature. It prevents the The best known materials of master workmen gears "from ever getting out of line and! causing hard pulling. "Thornhill" wagons are equipped witht long sleeve malleable skeins that insure light running, and outlast any other skein. Each skein ir. fitted to its axle with a Defiance machine infallibly accurate. This machine-insurthe right pitch and tuck, makes light draft a certainty. The axles are of toughest hickory the steel axles of the best refined steeL- e The sides of "Thornhill" beds of poplar. It costs the makers? more but it holds paint better and give& better service. , Come in and see this wagon solri under a binding guarantee. e? Years ago he told a friend of his that he would work his fingers off before his sisters should suffer for the necessaries of life. Those who knew him and know what he did for his can bsst see that he was firm in needs. Dearest brother we miss thee so much T. Q. Wallace and Frank Cha-ne- y Since thou hast gone from us. convicted at Winchester for But we know it was God's will, He had a place for thee to fill. murder in Estill county, were We loved thee but God loved thee best So he took thee to eternal rest. sentenced to the penitentiary. One of these days we will meet thee Gov. Hatfield, of West VirginOn that eternal shore, Then how sweet to greet thee ia, is in favor of Justice Hughes heavenly home of your, In Where our tears will all be wiped away of the Supreme Court, And we can with thee ever stay. es arc-mad- that this statement. Oh, what a ble brother he was. So kind and and patient through his many trials. He was left without means, but being full of energy no- His sister, Mattie. Yes bave told us the same story distress . after eating, gases, heartburn. A for the Republican nomination for sow Miss Caroline Ruseberry, of By WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. tmuti ijimi is not the lowest priced but the best, and in the end the cheapest; hi i Many People and will power, he managed to accumulate enough to go into mercantile business. He loved this business and made it his occupation through life, and through his enthusiasm and honesty, he made a success. He worked hard, stuck close to business, bought what he could pay for, dealt fair and square with all people, was kind and accommodating. A more charitable man I doubt ever lived. He turned none away empty handed who called on him in times of need. He was converted and united with the Methodist church, in 1892, under the ministay of Bro. S. L. C. Coward. He lived a true and faithful member, loyal to its best interest. He was a member of the board of stewards for a number of years and was always faithful to his duty as an officer. He loved the church and was ever ready to help in a substantial way. He loved the Bible. It was his guide and comfort. , during his illness he would ask us to read the Bible to him daily and oftentimes he became very happy. It seemed that just as he had gotten where he could live comfortable, without working so hard, his physical strength gave way. It had been overtaxed and death was fast approaching before he realized it, but he never complained. He was the most patient sufferer I ever knew. He gave himself over into the hands of God and it was his will to take him galoSSL Dyspepsia before and after each meal will relieve V you. Sold only by us 25c. Paull Drug Co. Tablet Paris, was injured in an automobile accident near Vessailles and it is feared that she cannot The Thornhill .- ,, p.. Wagon . I iimrnnn British Navy's Lucky Day. speakers under the direction of the State Illiteracy Commission will open in July a three months speaking One hundred EVERYTHING IN It is said that the British navy Mayor Cassidy, of Lexington, ROOFING Asphalt,3Grave!', Rubber, Galvanized has a lucky day and that it is Friday. It was on Friday, July 29, 1588 that the Spanish Armada was destroyed. True, it was also a Friday, Nov. 29, 1652, when Von Tromp sailed the channel with a broom at his mast-heato indicate that he had swept the English from the seas; but luck has a habit of turning, and, to the most reliable chronologies, Friday, June 13, 1656, was the decisive day in the battle off the North Foreland, when six of Van Tromp's ships d ac-cordi- ng announced that $55,000 worth of delinquent tax bills are missing from the delinquent tax collect- and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence.. or's office. Owensboro was visited by a severe storm last week which was almost, a cyclone. A large warehouse was blown down and much damage done to other 112-11- Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 6 CO- - Eaat Matfcet Mreei" Bel ween Pirst and'BrooK JKT.y."2S!t' s? hrt fi f. Trv . Louisville, Kyi Birdseve view ot our Plant .TV?. jrt.r-'K Z :rM ia j &E ' were taken and 11 were sunk. It was on Friday, April 20, 1657, that Blake won his greatest victory, in the harbor of Santa Cruz; on Friday, July 30, 1779 that the American fleet .was totally destroyed off the shores of New England; on Friday, April 12,' 1782, that Rodney defeated the French admiral prisoner; and on Friday, QSept. 13, of the same year, that the British totally defeated the fleets of France and Spain in the Bay of IF1. Mi.O r .?. 7 j!.?ji"fsj I ,: i c .--- .r - i -- ' TJ. jv -- -- . U .'N . i' , .' .i.M f , 1; -- C. The Villa agency at Washington announces that the Zepata forces have captured Queralero thus cutting off the army of Gen. Orbegon from Vera Cruz and its source of supplies. "Largest in Dixie" It was also on Friday. July 16, ff 1779, that the great siege of Gib- raltar began, to end in the total overthrow of the hostile armaments. Trafalgar, indeed, was unto himself. Frank's good in- fought on a Monday, but at least fluence will live here, but he it was on the previous Friday ep NEUMONIA DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. 50c AND V. i J. Hughes & Sons Co Incorporated ! II Louisville, Kentucky,, left me with a frightful cough and , very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help ' me, but I was completely cured by I ) WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Stair Work, tsracKers, Jbtc. write for our Catalog Columns, f has entered a new life with new that the French admiral made the fatal decision to come out joys and greater possibilities. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, Dl.. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. Read Our Liberal Paper Offers; A .. 16 i . THE "ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS made bond for over $6,000, but State was unable to pay in its full part this year the court met Adair County Hews Company and the bondsmen asked to be BY THE Published Every Wednesday - pfterit was learned that the rreleased. The court acted gen erously, guaranteed the release the original CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. and proposition with the additional ( Incorporated.) fr"Q0"frQ"fr4 Qfrfrfr4" Corn Drills? Yes, Black Hawk, Campbell and Superior. d Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjoining: counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. Post-offi- requirement that the right of way be contributed or guaranteed under bond. Under' this proposition only the Jamestown and Liberty roads entered the contest and the latter won by presenting deeds for the right of way and a guarantee of $3,400 payable July 1st, 1915. The effort made on both roads energetwas earnest, honest-anic, and no mutterings are heard, but evidence of good will and substantial aid is coming from some of the most active workers on the Jamestown road. We congratulate the loyalty, pluck and determination of the active workers on the Columbia and Liberty road, for they put, up a clean fight and a game finish. The fact is they never sulk, and never surrender until the battle is over, their motto being: "If at fine you don't succeed, d as second Cultivators: Genuine Brown, Buckeye and Brinley Le verless, both Riding and Walking. Complete Line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggie, Field Seeds and Fertilizer. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. MAY, 12. 1915 Announcements. FOK 4 CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. , We are authorized to announce F. A. Strange a candidate for circuit clerk of Adair county, subject to Hie Democratic primary to be held in Augutt. Let us know what repairs you need at once, so as to save time and postage. CIRCUIT COURTCLERK. We are authorized to announce that W. T. to the office Price is a candidate foi of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said party, at the August primary. The Jeffries Hardware Store, Columbia, Kentucky. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Judge J. C. Carter, of Monroe county, author- izes us to announce his candidacy for to the Office of Circuit Judge in this the Twenty-nint- h district, subject to the action of the Republican voters, as expressed at the polls at the Coming-Augus- t primary. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY.' We are authorized to announce. A. A . Hudles-to- n, 4 44444404444441 444444444444 the German government for its report of the disaster. The first formal comment from the White House was to the effect that the President is very earnestly but very calmly, considering the right course to pursue, knowing We Rebate Railroad Fares according to the plan of that the country wished him to the Retail Merchants Association, affording you the act with deliberation as well as advantage of firmness.'' BIG STOCKS SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS and . O of Cumberland county, a candidate for reelection ts the office oi Commonwealth's Attorney district, subject to the in this the Twenty-nint- h action of the Republican voters in said district, as expressed at the primary to be held the first Saturday in August, 1915. FOR THE STATE SENATE. ' ' Try, try again AH the other lolks can do Why in patience may not you? , Only Keep this rule in view, It will always pull you through.'' Come To Louisville We are authorized to annoance D. E. Hatcher, of Barren county, a candidate for tho State Senate, subject to the Democratic voters at the August primary. The district is composed cf the conntics of Barren, Metcalfe and Adair. We are authorized to announce R. B. Trigg, of Barren county, a candidate for the State Senate from the 19th district, subject to the action of the Democratic voters in the August primary. The district is composed of Adair, Barren and Metcalfe. FOR THE LEGISLATURE We are authorized to announce H. C. Baker a candidate to represent Adair and Cumberland in the next Legislature, subject to the action of the Republican voters, as expressed at the August primary. We are authorized to announce G. L. Perry-ma- n a candidate to resresent Adair and Cumberland in the next Legislature, subject to the action of the Republican voters of the district, as expressed at the August primary. FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. WILLIAM F. KUIRFAYETTE COUNTY. as Railroad CommissionCandidate for er Second District of Kentucky, Subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August Primary. Re-ele- ct Last, but not least, we congratulate the court in its efforts and determination to get out of the old ruts, to accept from the State road law every advantage offered to build good roads, and its open, honest, fair efforts to extend a square deal to all. Just how much road can be built with the money available we do not know, but the fact the movement starts ought to be inspiring to all. In the future, as in the past, the people directly . interested in the improvement of the Liberty road, must stand united and determined to build the road to the county line and open up another outlet for this county, not only to the good road section of the State, but to the Southern Road. Keeping everlastingly at it brings success." The ball has started and we must keep it rollingon to Liberty. THE SINKING LUSITANIA. At Our Expense Becks Store. Mr. J. F. Loyd, who has. been SATISFACTORY CHOICE in selecting WALL PAPER, CARPETS, RUGS, LINOLEUM, DRAPERIES and LACE CURTAINS in poor health for some time is Our enormous line of strictly reliable merchandise at rock bottom very low at this writing. prices make trading at our store SAFE and SAVING. Sellie Thomas has been confined to his room for the past few Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Russell County Announcement. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce J, E. McFar-lan- d a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Russell county, subject to the action of the Republican voters of Eaid county, as expressed at the August primary. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We 'are authorized to announce Lee A. to the office of less a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of the County of Russell, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said county, as expressed at the August primary. Law- V5 AfTER THE BALL IS OVER. The contest for theHrst road improvement, under State Aid in this county, closed last Saturday, and only two bids were submitted, the Columbia and Liberty road and the Columbia and Jamestown road, the former When this- proposition was 'Submitted in February, five roads entered the contest. Tne Jamestown "road won and the jeople interested in the road win-ning. - The latest estimate of the loss of lives by the torpedoing of the Lusitania by a German submarine is 1,198. Among the dead are many women and children. The Lusitania had on board 1,251 passengers and 650 crew. Among Americans whose bodies have not Alfred been recovered are Gwynne Vanderbilt, Charles Klein, the playwright, Justin Forman and Elbert H. Hubbard and wife. The body of Charles ?rohman, the theatrical manager, has beeji recovered. It is estimated there were 190 Americans on the Lusitania. Fewer than seventy Americans were saved. In Washington the situation in view of the loss of American lives, is considered very grave. Secretary Bryan has cabled Ambassador Gerard at Berlin to ask well-know- weeks with typhoid fever. Miss Maggie Dishman, Franklin, Ky., is here on a visit to her mother, she has been away for two years peparing herself for a trained nurse. Miss Hattie "Allen, of Arat, and a Mr. Franklin of New York visited the home of the former's sister Mrs. E. K. Traylor and were also guests of Misses Eula and Bobbie Traylor last Sunday. Chester Cole lost a valuable milch cow last week from eating buckeye. M. M. Caughron and wife spent Friday night at Rev. J. W. Cau-ghron- 's. INCORPORATED 522 & 524 W. Market St. Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. Exponents of the Slogan , It Pays to Buy on Market St. r WHY WASTE and Money Experimenting? TIME The ELASTIK glass Eye- Will Eliminate Your Trouble. is posi- The ELASTIK S. T. Irvin and family of tively the best eyeglass on the market for Neatness, Durability, Comfort, and n Bakerton, were at the bedside of adjustment. Mrs Irvin's father, J. T. Loyd The ELASTIK is made last Sunday. in Solid Gold and ' Gold J. C. Alexander has moved to Filled, Guaranteed Perhis new dwelling. manent. Miss Bonnie Fergueson, of We want you to give us a trial. We want you to judge the efficiency Burkesville, is at the home of J." of our service. R. Needhams teaching a class in BETTER workmanship, .material or service cannot be had anywere. music. Then, too our prices are sure to please you. Sunday School at Jones Chapel Columbia, Ky. MURRAY BALL, is progressing nicely with a good attendance. s Mr. Prescot Sandage of Burkesday with their father at this ville was at this place last WedStrange arid' family Saturday place. nesday accompanied by Charles J McGee ' night. Messrs. Jerry and Rufus Mr. and Mrs Bob Cole, of CroSaturday and cus were the guests of C. W. Clusky Bpent Dr. Brown. Presbyterian evangelist, has just closed a meeting at Eber-neezadditions church with fifty-onSun- to the congregations. Mi er e THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS rK 5 FORM R "ICE KING" TALKS m $$4&Q&& &$&&&&& ,., j - - HK , .. vlj&srSsnB9s John Rohrman Praises Tanlac Remark- - Special AT able Work of Medicine GILL & WAGGENER'S PROM Louisville, May 12, Almost everyin Louisville is personally acquainted with or have heard of John Rohrman. The "Ice King" of Louisville, as he was formerly called by those who have known and respected . him for his honesty and integrity for a score or more years, has been a sufiJrp ferer from stomach complaints and a Jilite-BBiiliiil ili'iiSSIsiiiM general debilitated condition for a considerable length of time. Like lots of other folks, Mr. Rohrman was a little skeptical regarding the merits of the new preparation, Tanlac, as he had tried numerous medicines in the past without obtaining the right results. However, the publication of testimonials from Louisville people lie knew who had been benefitted by Tanlac, convinced him that a test of the preparation was worth the attempt. Mr. Rohrman had suffered much annoyance from indigestion, especially. He got Tanlac and began using it. A HON. A. STANLEY few afternoons ago he was prepared to make this statement in the presDemocratic candidate for'Governor, will address ence of witnesses: "Less than two weeks ago I obtained Coof Adair county, voters Court House, in this Tanlac. The medicine was just 1 o'clock in lumbia, Saturday, May 29, after- what I needed. It went straight to spot. I strengthend noon. Mr. Stanley is an speaker and a the appetite is improved, right up. My as well as my sleep. If I had paid a thousand cordial invitation is extended to everybody. dollars for the medicine, it would have been worth that to me: The anticipation of taking the next dose Mr. and Mrs A. I. Hurt left this of Tanlac is a real pleasure." morning for LaFajette, Ind., their Tanlac, remarkable medicine' future home. They left with the best referred to the Mr. Rohrman, by wishes of this community. distributed in Louisville by the perMr. J. E. Lane, Glasgow, was here Mrs. Talmage Smith and son, Harold sonal direction of L. T. Cooper and in Rowe, from Indianopolis, will arrive Columbia by Page & Taylor where the last Thursday. y to spend ten days with Mrs. famous medicine can now be bought. Mr. D. D. Wilson, Horse Cave, was Smith,s father, Mr. W. T. McFarland at the Hancock Hotel, Thursday and family. Overall Bargains. Mr. Ezra Moore, Jamestown, was Messrs. Ed and Finis Philips, of here Friday, en route to Nashville. Cumberland county, were here last Mr. M. Cravens spent last Sunday week, looking for farms. They stopped From now until the 31st of this and Monday with his family. with Mr.1" A. B. Cox. month we will run our stock of overMr. B. F. Chewning visited his famMr. Jaysont Browning, who was a alls at 20 per cent., discount. Call ily last Sunday. citizen of Adair many years ago. is and look them over. t Garrison Bros. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Patteson visit- here on a visit. Tins is his tirst visit since 1876 ed at Miami last Sunday. r It matters not the kind of Kodak Rev. W. F. Hogard has returned you have, have Mr. Wesley Grider, Esto, was here the film that fits. i home, from an infirmary, in Louis Try them.I Monday, en route to Burdick. L. E. Young. ville. It, will be remembered that he Mr Cosby McBeath arrived from had his right eye amputated. It has All persons indebted to' the late W. Monticello last Sunday. almost healed, and he is about free L. Walker by note please come for-- , Mr. Bryan English is at home, from from pain His friends, will be glad ward and pay same or they will be Bowling Green. to see him out. put in the' hands of an officer for col. Mrs. Tolie Walker. Mrs. Stanley Waddle, Somerset; lection. Mrs. Sallie Bradshaw, who is m .. Louisville, and who has been quite Miss Amy Ramsey. ,Mr. and Mrs. R. 26-A. Myers and their son, Robt. Page, sick for two weeks, is better. Hon. A. O. tStanley, who is not a Monticello, are here to attend the Miss Laura Smythe, who has been Myers-Barnstranger to the people of Adair couney and Conover-Ramsteaching in Georgia, returned home a court-housin weddings which will take place in the ty., will speak at the few days ago. Columbia, Saturday afternoon, May morning at 10 o'clock. 29, at 1 o'clock. He is a candidate Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bishop, Louisfor the Democratic nomination for ville, are visiting Mrs. Bishop's parGovernor, and he should be given a ents. Additional Locals. lrfrge audience. As an orator, he has Mr. LeouLewis, who went to Chilli-cothbut fey equals. Ohio, to play ball, returned FOR SALE -- White Faced Black Spanhome a few days ago. A committee of the Christian ish eggs; 75c. for 15. Full StocK. Mrs. Laura Thomas, of Font Hill; Mrs. E. L. Feese, Columbia, Ky. Box 173. Church, Campbellsville, was in Somerset last week, inspecting the Christvisited her sister, Mrs. Rheu Montian church building of that city. A gomery, last week. There is a white ewe sheep on my new $20,000 building is to be erected Mr. S. It. Royse and his daughter farm which the owner can have for at Campbellsville, and the Committee Miss Mattie, are visiting Mr. and Mrs the keeping and paying for this no- was out looking for a model. It is J. T. Brockman Wm. Coleman, Nashville, Tenn. tice. said that the Somerset edifice is one Joppa, Ky. t Mr. Geo. W. Thomas, traveling salesof the handsomest in the State, and man, was here from Somerset, a few No orders taken for tuning, at half that the Committee was delighted days since. with it, and that the one to be erected price, after this week. at Campbellsville will' be after the J. W. Hicks. Messrs. J. W. Phillips and S. C. same pattern. Mackin, Lebanon, were here, last Lecture. week. They are stock dealers. Next Monday a great many people Mr. C. R. Davis, Chattanooga, Tenn.-will be in Columbia at the opening of was registered at the Hancock Hotel, Rev. Frederick A. Hamilton will circuit court. We trust that all who a few days ago. deliver a lecture in this city the lat- know themselves indebted to this Mr. J. A. Hill went to Jamestown ter nart of this month. The matter office will call and make payment. Sunday, returning with Mrs. Hill, of arrangemnt is in the hands of a Born, to the wife of Tim B Cravens, committee, the exact date and place Tbmpkinsville, Monday, the 3d, a son. who had been visiting in that place. Miss Logie Gabehart, Merrimac, is to be announced later. The child died in a few hours. visiting at the home of Mr. F. H. ' Steel dropTimes getting better. Durham. 1 now have the Easiest Pump on the ped in the market. Now is the time to get a nice steel water tank and market. Call and see my stock before Messrs. B. H. Gilpin. W. A, Eussell, buying. Satisfaction Guaranteed. J. T. Gowdy, Matt Engleman, all of Kitchen sink from S F. Eubank 27-S. F. Eubank. Call and see them. Campbellsville, were in Columbia re27-cently. , Baccalaureate sermon by Dr. Gross Mr. J- - H- - Ritchey and his daughter I keep on hands a full stock of Alexander next Sunday forenoon at Miss Allene, Burkesville, visited Mr coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Methodist church. Beginning Wedand Mrs John Lee Walker the latter Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and nesday evening of this week there part of last week. two hearses. , Prompt Bervice night or will be an entertainment at Lindsey-Wilso- n Hesidence Phone ' 29,' office Mrs. Lou F. Miller, who has been day. each night the remainder of visiting her sons, one in Minneapolis phone 98. the week. Address to .graduating , , J. F. Triptett, ).T and the other in Louisville, has re- ;5-iyj-.class next Monday morning by Dr. . turned home. Columbia. Ky. ' Alexander. 4.d ..,,. ,r body Ha "l1 rSBfr fSE': 4 . 15BB April 29, to May 17. We will offer our entire stock of Merchandise for CASH at 10 per cent, discount, and 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 fs a FACT, not TALK. ac-taul- ly xitSxix$ SxS$ax$a Best 0. Always the Best the at the at Kelly Springfield and the entertaining Firestone Rubber Tires at the lowest prices. Put on and- - ..! Guaranteed by Personals: is-no- GOFF BROTHERS. Columbia, Ky; to-da- TIN WORK- - Wool Wanted 27-2- r I am prepared to do any kind of Tin Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Bring your Wool to us an5 Tanks, Sand Pumps and any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call get best cut prices, or let us work: at my shop if you need anthinGin my it up for you into our Extra large' line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. Blankets, Heavy Linsey, Jeans? Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. , 3t eit e and Jeans Coats and Pants, Ex-- . tra Quality Knitting Yarn, Flan-Sam Ike Garnett, an old colored man of this county, died last Wed- els, Coverlets, Etc. If you live- nesday night. His exact age could a long Distance away, gather-jnot be learned, but he was close to ninety years old. Before freedom, he a few bunches and come on, you belonged to Mr. Anthony Garnett, have a good bed here and room father of the.late Judge Jas. Garnett, and after the war of the rebellion for your team free For samples. Judge Garnett gtfve him a home and a small tract of land his life time, and prices, etc., address, otherwise provided for him. In fact, ' S. E. Bridgwaters, -- p every member of Judge Garnett's family took an interest in 'Uncle" Ike, as he was familiarly called. E. L. REECE, Mgr.. Farmers Woolen e, The State Dental Association will meet at Ashland June S, 9 and 10. A full attendance is desired. Eller. Wm. Blankenship, who has been sick, is able to be out again. Jamestown, Ky. A Few Suggestions For Graduation Gifts and 27-2- ! 3t 3t ,lf((J Lula Gaskin has been very sick but is somebetter now. Several from this part attended prayer meeting at Russell Springs Wednesday night. John brown visited at F. M. Wilson's recently. ' Elbert Coffey and Elvis Wilson made a trip to Dunnville last Thursday. J. C. Nelson was at Russell Springs Monday. Taylor McKinley passed thru here Thursday with a load of chickens. Tilla Wilson visited Mrs. Anna Franklin Wednesday. J. A. Bernard was at Russell Springs on business Friday. 'Ed Richards and wife visited at M. H. Wooldride's recently. Fifth Saturday and Sunday mppt-.incat Clear SDrines. May 29th and 30th. Everybody comer r m Wedding Presents Ladies Watches " Gents Bracelets Rings Cuff Links $6.50 5.00 2.00 1.50 1.00 1.00-- i Tie Pins LaValliers 2.5 Q Bar Pins Mesh Bags Kodaks Brownies t.0& 2.5$ 6.0D ' ' Premos .20 2.00 1 The Graduation Gift . Prob- lem is easily solved at BALL'S. Be Sure to Investigate. MURRAY Jeveler.. BALL, Cj', :'i V '' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS :mw Making Him Whole. "It takes the glorious old West to do business," said the man with the aligator grip as he boarded the train at St. Paull. "We of the East are not in it a little bit." where they may be broken, as in the purpose. "Anything to relate?" queried railroad recks. They will last The models are from 12 feet to one of the passengers as he woke even longer than iron or steel, as 24 feet long, and the .tank is 400 up. weather has practically no effect "Just a few words. I travel- upon them, nor can insects get feet long and.20 feet wide. ed from New York to Chicago into them and destroy them. girl. At with a starved-lookinAnd in these days when wood Buffalo I was gone on her. At is becoming more valuable, it engaged. As Detroit we were will be quite a saving of the prewe reached Chicago she had set cious wood to make such linings the date. I returned home, wrote of glass. her 320 love letters, and came out here to get married." Cole Camp. g King's Golden Fieet. ones in many parts of the world. It may be that in time all telegraph and telephone poles will By order of the English admibe made of glass, because there ralty perfect models are made in are so many advantages to them. paraffin-wa- x of every new battleIn the first place, they will last practically all the time, except ship, and these models are test in cases of unusual accident, ed in a tank specially erected for V cftCaxw&U r.1 Roadster New 1915 Model with full equipment and 17 new Kh 'A features The models are made of wax Price $670 r . because it is a material' which does not absorb water or change its weight, and so that ations can be easily made. alter- Fleets, not of wax, but of King and also by the Kaiser. sil- ver and gold, are kept oy the The Kaiser's collection consists of model vessels made of solid 3ilyer, illustrating the develop- drew me a check for $1,000, and here it is. Gave her a receipt in full to date, kissed her good-band there you are and here I am. There's but one way to do business, and the West knows all about it. Yes, a check for a thousand, and how many of you gentlemen will smoke a Henry y, "And what?" "She decided that she would Mr. C. T. Keen and children marry another. She estimated visited Mr Umenia Fletcher Satthe value of my time at $500, the urday. the worth of my letters at $300 Mrs. Bettie Cole spent Tuesand my broken heart at $200, and day with her daughter. Mrs. Emma Holland. Mr. Roy Helm of this place, left last week for Louisville. " '59 0! The biggest automobile value ever offered for less than $1,000. A fast, powerful and handsome, g car. Holds the road at 50 miles an hour. All the high priced features of high priced roadsters. High tension magneto; sliding gear transmission; left hand drive, center control, anti-ski- d tires on rear. The production of 60,000 Maxwells during the coming year makes the price of $670 possible. Electric starting and lighting system, $55 extra. sweet-runnin- B - '1 " I ment of sailing ships from the far away days of the Vikings down to our own time. BUCHAXAX, LYON 1XCORPORATKD DU'rihiiinrt for CO. CAMI'ItnLLLVILLLC KEXTl'CKY. Talor. Green and Adair Counties. Clay at my expense?" Whooping Cough King George has a miniature fleet in gold and silver, which Master Joe Baker Thomas shows the progress of the Eng- spent Sunday night and Monday lish navy since the days of WilwithJiis grmdpa, Dr. T. T. Ba- liam, the Conqueror, every modker. el being absolutely perfect to the M. G. A, Helm, who has been smallest detail. sick for several weeks, is improvMany of these tiny vessels ing. date from the Fourteenth to the 4 r iirfiY"ST r f Pine-Tar-Hon- Mafalda Smith spent Well everyone knows the effect of Wednesday afternoon with Pine Forests on Coughs. Dr. Bell's Miss Mary Fletcher. is a remedy which brings quick .relief for Whooping Messrs. Ed .Thomas, Strange Cough, loosens the mucous, soothes Cole and Crit Fletcher attended the lining of the throat and lungs, and makes the coughing spells less se- preaching at Jones Chapel Sunvere. A family with growing chil- day night. Miss dren should not be without it. Keep it handy for all Coughs and Colds. Uucle Jim Morrison and wife 25c. at Paull Drug Co. were shopping in Amandaville, Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. Ad. Seventeenth century, when it was the custom of maritime towns to present them to royalists who honored them with a visit. , N. Eat what you want and not be troubled with indigestion if you will take a You Can Enjoy Life Monday. before and after each meal. Sold only by us 25c a bos. Jgfi! S&AjeiQSL Dyspepsia BLACK PRINCE CIGAR The Easter Sunday Smoke A high grade Is the cigar. smoke for special occasions. Al- Tablet Duke Thomas, who has been Paull Drug Co. In reply to a criticism of the 14 inch guns of the American confined i to his bed for tour in the tame Pen. Navy Secretary Daniels says that weeks, is no better. these guns are the most powerJames Cole was in Burkesville "One of the boys put me on to ful and effective yet made, that last Saturday. they will shoot farther and hit a little poker game," said the Mrs. Fannie Cheatham spent a harder than any guns of Engdry goods drummer, "and I went few days last week with Mrs. E. land or Germany's best war around to see what it was like. W. Thomas. There was about 30 respectable Mr. Reec'e, of Breeding, was in looking people in the room, and Eusiness conditions continue to this community this week, buyone of them was trying to teach improve throughout the United ing chickens. States and this is especially true" me the value of the cards when who has Mr. Deering Cole, in manufacturing centers. The the police broke in and made a price of cotton continues to ad- been attending school at Bowl- clean sweep of everybody. Next vance and there is a prospect of ing Green, has returned home. morning wvhen arraigned at the abundant crops. Mrs. Edna Cole has just re- police court I wanted a lawyer, turned home from a week's stay and there was a general laugh in What Is the Best Remedy For ' Constipation? with her little son was badly the court when his honor replied This is a question asked us many times each day. The answer 13 burned. with a smile: "We r -Y;-- -. Wfv., --V- ' . ' , i3 3&- -ii.- ways the favorite where men of good taste nieer. by which class it is always apireciated. Step Then you'll in and try onn want a box foryr 'rself and your hest friends. We have also a large variety of other fine domestic and imported cigars in stock at from $2.00 to ?3.F0 per box. Greensburg Cigar Co. Hanna's Green Seal is a natural beauti-iieIt adds totlie beauty of cottage or mansion. r. V3J-'.&- ma Jem -- S3 - aT&s guarantee them to bo satisfactory to you. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. Mrs. S. T. Irvin and Mrs. Min- " 'I don't know where you'll Glass Telephone Poles. A manufacturing plant in Eu- nie Winfrey, were called to the get one. There are several in bedside of their father, Mr. J. F. town, but all are in the pen with you!' Lloyd, Wednesday. "It was so," continued the An American ship has been drummer "and things mighthaye torpedoed by a German subma- gone hard with us had it not been for the fact that the judge was rine and three American citizens there, too, but had just stepped killed. The administration at out as the raid was made. Nothdone Washington believed it was ing was said about it, of course, Gerthrough a mistake but he let us off with a fine of $2 many will pay damages. each and a lot of fatherly advice. and-that Green Seal Paint is prepared paint, made according to a the result of years of investigation and test. It is the BEST. "Made-to-wear- ". nmnms scientific formula rope is engaged in making glass poles for telegraph and telephone wires. In order to give them solidity and strenth there is a thick framework of woven wire in the glass. These poles are taking the place of the wooden J Forty-nin- e colors. Sold by J effries Hardware Store Columbia Ky. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS X imm . Rowes X Roads. You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking Corn planting is the order' of the day. We are having fine weather it. for the business and farmers are making good use of Mrs. Otis Holt has been sick containing the cnoiest of food prepared by the best women of the neighborhood. Mrs. Potts' bithday being on May 1st, and Mr. Brown on the 3d. it was decided to divide the time and give them the dinner on Sunday, May 2d. DENTAL OFETICE Dr. James Triplett DENTIST i OVER PAULIi DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 28. OFFICE PHONI for the past week. ter at this writing. Mr. J. A. Coffey is She is bet- just recov- ering from a spell of pneumonia. We are glad our old friend is improving. v The Woman's Tonic says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.' Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., Elbert Collins was married to Miss Calla Jones on the 28th ult. Mack Lapsey and Miss Gustaj Owens eloped to Tennessee where they were married. TCI Has Helped Thousands. MWWmW Samuel Turner, who resides in the West paid his father and step mother a visit, which was turn thanks. greatly enjoyed. Rev. J. F. Turner also stopped There were 78 men, women and children who took dinner with them, and all seemed to enHENRY W. DEPP, joy themselves. After dinner DETTIST was over, we had some very nice music on violin and guitar, given Am permanently located in Co by Mr. Frank Foley and daughlumbia. ter, Bonnie. This was also enAH Classes of Dental work done. Crow joyed. "After the music every Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. body departed, feeling that they All Work Guaranteed had spent one of the moBt enjoyable days of their lires. Office over G. V. Lowe's It is the sincerest wish of all Shoe Store that Mr. Brown and Mrs. Potts may live to enjoy many more J. B. Stone J. H. Stone happy birthdays. Mr. Brown and Mrs. Potts re Stone & Stone, Attonev-At-La- v Special Notice Greensburg, Ky. ! with them for a short stay, come again Frank. CalVin Hale had a colt badly hurt the other day, by running Woodson Lewis Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick and satisfactory fence. NOTE THE PRICE. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires it rj i against a wagon frame. Jim McKinley has been layed up with rheumatism, but is better at this writing. log-rolli- Stomach Trouble. "I suffered with stomach trouble for years and tried everything I heard of, but the only relief I got was temporary until last spring I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised, and procured a bottle of them at our drug store. I got immediate relief from that dreadful heaviness after eating and from pain in the stomach," writes Mrs Linda Harrod, Fort Wayne, Ind. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad How Mrs. Hartod Got Bid Of Her Q Will practice in this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky Ii. H. JOfllES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Luther Bradshaw had another one day last week, he ng is a worker. ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Before and After. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHONE NO. 7N What is said of men before dif-fere- nt Uncle Tom Hadley's sickness is due to kidney trouble and heart failuie. Sluggish Liver Needs Attention. Let your Liver got torpid and you are in for a spell of misery. Every body gets an attack now and then. Thousands of people keep their Liver active and healthy Jby using Dr. King's New Life Pills. Fine for the stomach too. Stop the Dizziness, Constipation Biliousness and Indigestion. Clear the blood. Only 25c. at Paull Drug A Co 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c f 6 9 " " " " t 26 32 32 39 39 "" "" ,. ( " 18c " " 8 8 " " ( n " , ( "9"6 n , " 20c " 18c " 22c 20c ft Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. Ad. Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as to Quality and Price. A full, Complete stock of Interesting Pacts. Minnesota hens last year laid 700,000,000 eggs. Lightning is more frequent in Illinois and Florida than in any The parcel post is using electric delivery trucks in many of the large cities. There is little or no begging in Northern Italy, yet it is very prevalent in Naples. Scotland has 32 lakes .whose maximum depths are greater Wagons. the Celebrated Thornhili Satisf action, or your money back." ing, both Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth- other states. at old prices. they die is frequently quite from what is said after they are dead. This fact was never better illustrated than in the case of Nelson W. Aldrich. from Rhode Island, whose death was ecently recorded. In his case two clippings from the same paper, the one published seven years ago, the other published the day following his .death, well illustrate comment "before and after." The clippings follow: "A spokesman of Standard Oil, an agent of trusts, an advocate of special interests, Senator Aid-ric-h has never concerned himself with the welfare of the common people but his every act in the legislature, in the national House and Senate, ignored them and ex-senat- or W. T. OTTHE Y ATTORNSV-AT-LAW Columbia. Kentucky' Will Practice in all'theJCourts Office:ln RollinlHurt'sJOffic XaUence B Business Pho e 13T Phone-1- 3 DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g up stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. AH kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia attention to Horse Shoeing. i Prices right and satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot We have not .taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything their interests." The death of Senator Aldrich deprives the country of one of its foremost constructive statesmen. Identified with making most of the great laws of the present generation, he has stamped his name indelibly upon measures which have been of the greatest good to the greatest number. " Of Courss the paper quoted may urge that its former utterance was intended merely for political purposes, and should not be contrasted with its correct estimate of the man following his death. Yet, if this plea could be justified by political necessity, a correct estimate of the man would be superfluous. The thing to do in journalism is never to allow politics to dictate PHONE NO.: 75 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky. Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Lime for this month, only 90c. than 200 feet. a course that is not fair, reasonable and worthy of the confidence of readers. The value of horses and mules exported from this country during the month of March amounted to over nine million dallars as compared with less than a milion a year aeo. Whooping Cough. Surveying C. Land Owners Attention. Chicago has about 600 moving D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do picture theaters with a daily attendance of 500,000 persons. There are nearly a thousand electric ranges in use in the city of Winnipeg. . your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e Webbs X. Roads. years experience. sonable. Charges reaPhone 74 or write T. f, Faulkner, Columbia, Ky. Sunday, May 2d, the friends Special Attnetin to Eyes of Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Potts and l, or any sur- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown met Fistulo, Spavin gical work done at fair prices. I am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon at the Potts home and gave them a due when work is done or stock a happy surprise by unloading on removed from stahleB. the dining table the contents of LICATI0N NEAIEI IUG1ES' IESIBENCE NIUIKSVILIE SHEET. their many nicely filled baskets, Poll-evi- "When my daughter had whooping cough she coughed so hard at one time that she had hemorrhage of the lungs. I was terribly alarmed about her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough a Remedy so highly recommended, I got her a bottle and it relieved the cough at once. Before she had finished two bottles of this remedy she was entirely well," writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes, Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable an Ad Paull Drug Co. ZWJ! ' 8 GradyviUer j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ncirci Arturtixc hi ucvcLurmQiij in WAR SITUATION. 1 tJ;i.' u . We have had fine rains for the ipast week. E. G. Wethington, of was in our midst a day or so of last week. J. F.Pendleton, of Greensburg, was here the first of the week, (looking after stock. Kobert 0. Keltner, wife and daughter were visiting in the 'Cool Springs community one day last week. Messrs. Rodgers, Rose & Co., 'bought a nice bunch of hogs last week from Albin Kemp, at 6J cents per lb. Q. E. Nell is on the market for a lot of nice fat hogs at the market price. Sacramental services at Union on the 3rd Sunday in May. Everybody invited to attend and es- -. specially the members of Union Clem-entsviil- e, battle in Western Galicia, launched a few days ago with an Austro-Germa- n attack from .tchurch. . Luther Willis ispent several days in the East JPork community last week, by 'thebedside of their sick relatives. pvXJncle Robert 0. Keltner was (Mr. and Mrs. i. 'USri tfieriick-- list-sever- al days of fthere:will beomethingr like one ifaalf of a crofe transplanted. The vwheat"and crops are looking ra.gretdeal better at this time vthan it did ten days ago. Sam Mitchell, our sheriff o'f Columbia, 3pent several days in ithis section last week preparing zfor circuit court'. He says every thing is about ready. "Mrs. C. ' M.- Hindman, one of our most entergetic ladies, has isold over $50 worth of eggs sipce (Christmas, - 'besides what they ihave consumed at home. She diasiguitealotof young chickens jalso. Wetinderstahd' from some of Jiir farmers that the recent rains iiSiave'UrbfighVbut theirtobacco plants foa great extent arid -- ot - Gilford Hamilton, of Nell, was ilri our midst one day last week sand while in conversation with (him in regard to produce, he us that his wife had sold tin the last thirty days, over $20 iworth of eggs. W can at once i3ee.that.the-eg- g business is quite a source of revenue a great deal better than our last years crop of tobacco. ed 'Our farmers in this section fiiave about all sold their last production of tobacco. "There were several loads left Greensburg hislast weekfor-the gear's understand that the is good. Better than the ;LouisvilIe market. vsaaarket. We -- Tompkinsville, :s candidate for Circuit Jurtge, called in to see his friends here one day last week, while on his the return from Liberty. Mr. Miller is looking fine and seems to be Rome, Vienna and Berlin advices indicated that a crisis jiad : jin the very best of health. come in the negotiations between 'Quite a number of our people Italy and Austria. In Rome, attend the closing exercises where it had been felt of late . of the schools at Columbia ' this that war was inevitable, there i week. has been a sudden revival of hope of a peaceful settlement, A dispatch from Washington fact'!t;hat Austria is etys that United States is on a owing to the to have .realized the necessii brink of a break with Germany, said ty of making substantial territo,.& that it may mean war. G. M. Miller,-o-f - the Cracow region, has developed into one of the greatest encounters of the war.',,Petrograd dispatches admit that the situa tion is a serious one. although it is asserted there that the has been checked. At and Berlin, however, it is claimed the Russians have begun a generat retreat, that their whole position in the Carpathians is precarious and that the entire eastern campaign may turn on the events of the next few days. Vienna advices say a desperate battle continued all day and that the Austrians and Germans took one position after another from the Russians. The German invasion of the Baltic provinces of Russia, which is regarded lightly in Petrograd, is said .in Berlin to- be an important movement, under the ( 'WTha'd'-'a'ood"fain Sunday direction. of Field Marshal von Hindeburg... Hisuaim 43ibef 'night 'anfr another Monday nighti heved to be the capture of .Libaii "and Riga, whjch --would , enable planting-corn.Wheat does- not "', .;', J IJ Oiil,.'! Mi'1'- v" him to harrass Russian commun- - 3666 promising. 'vf;ric?eGreen:cKinley,Jwho:is ications with Petrograd. in tielgium turth'er gams have 90 years old; Visited his son and been made by the Germans. The' athe'f relat'i ves: tfere'1 last week. ! official French statement con-- : 'HG'ifTreal active.- - able to walk' cedes that the Germans won po- from house to' house, he has a sitions on the disputed Hill 60, good memory and can tell many near Ypres, and that the British interesting things of long ago. were able to retake only part of Mrs. "T. J. Bryant remains them. Sharp fighting is in progquite feebie, but is tenderly nursress elsewHere along the wested by her husband and devoted ern front, but apparently with children. Her every wish if no decided changes. made known is gratified. Two British vessels a schoonMr. and Mrs. W. G. Roy, were er and a trawler were sunk by guests at the home of Kint shells fired by a submarine. The Bryant last Sunday week. crews were permitted to leave Mr. and Mrs. David Bryant, their ships and escape. ..J ." Craycraft, visited 'at T. VJ.' Reports of consistent progress Bryant?s recently:7 on the part of the allied forces, at the Dardanelles were contradict-- , Miss Maud Bryant is spending ed in an official statement from a few weeks with her aunt Mrs. M. L. Mitchell: ' ' the Turkish War Office. It was Gaicher Grider and wife, of said the troops which landed on Gallipoli peninsula were in a pre- Owensby, Russell county, visited carious positions, being encircled Mr. Barger and wife last Saturby Turkish forces and unable to day. They spent Saturday night advance. The statement was and Sunday with Mr. M. O. Stemade that only two points on the venson and family. W. E. Eubank has opened a peninsula Seddul Bahr and Avi black-smit- h shop at the Joe Burnu were held by the Allies. Dispatches from French and Kearns' place He is getting British sources said further suc- plenty of work. Mr. Joe Kearns and family viscesses had been won by the Allies. An attack by Turks on the ited relatives here last Saturday encampment at Krithia resulted and Sunday. disastrously for them, according Misses Myrt and Liiella Corn-beto these advices, the Turks havwere shopping at Russel ing left 1,500 dead , behind them Springs a few days ago. after their repulse. A British Dr. Flowers removed a.cancer-oucorrespondent' asserted that the growth from Mrs. Laura Simtip of the peninsula and the enmons' face. She is getting alone tire Western. sjde;' were under nicely. control of Allies. ad-van- ce Vi-enna rial concessions. Vienna regard-e- d as significant a visit of the Italian Ambassador to the Foreign Minister, although the outcome was not disclosed. Berlin newspapers said Italy's participation in the war nftst be regarded as not un likely. Claims were made in Petrograd that the victory of the Rus sian army of the Caucasus over the Turks, announced yesterday, was an important and decisive one. A force of 30,000- - Turks which attacked the Russians in region was the Dilman-Khosaid to have been repulsed with heavy losses, and compelled to retire in disorder. Still another neutral steamer has been sunk in the North Sea, although whether by a mine or torpedo has not been established. The Danish vessel Cathay, from Denmark for China, was blown up, but her passengers and crew, numbering forty-threescaped. Aus-tro-Hungarian y-j- . v - ' t. . ;rt?- PROGRAM Of The Of The Fourth District Convention '- - , v Christian Church Which will Convene at Jamestown, on Friday Evening, June j ' . 4th, at 7:30. PROGRAM ,. 7:30 7:50 -- Devotional, W. L. Smith Some Present and Pressing Needs of Rural Churches. by C. f. Open discussion led by Z. T. Williams, followed Harrison, F. J. Barger and others. . W. r.. - 8:50 Appointment of Committees. ri Saturday Morning Bible School Session 9:00 rSong Service, led by W. E. Frazee. 9: 0 Bible Reading and Devotional, led by Roy K. Roadruck. 9:20 "What Shall we Teach the Child?" Mrs. J. A. Asbury, Roy K. Roadruck. 9:40 -- "Linking the Youth and the Church, C. W. Harrison, F. J. Barger. 10:00 "Symposium Training the Leadership for the Church and 1 School". e, - . . . !-:?0zark. - per-son- al 10:40 ' . 1 11;10 11:50 11:55 I (a) Through the Training Class Mrs. J. A. Asbury, Henry Thomas. (c) Educational Period of the Workers Conference, Roy K. Roadruck. (d) The School of Methods. W. E. Frazee. Should the Sunday. Morning Unified Program be Generally Adopted. H. W.. Elliott,, Luther Youngs t ..;., Address.by J. Q.. Montgomery, alternate,;: Bco.rT.add. , Dedication of Life tp Christian .Service. ;.. '' ,: Special Music. .ictui f'r". W h - - Appointment of Committees. Adjournment. W"fri-f . ! 2:00 ,1:15 m t Afntnnn "t.yf i . , ,ji : Bible Reading and Devotional C.iWvHarrison;-i;- ; .,.-- ( 1:25 1:40 1:50 Reports from the Schools Reports of Evangelists... ' and- - Churches. ., v ".- : 2:00 2;25 2:50 3:30 3:40 3:50 7:30 7:45 Report of District Secretary. The Church and the Home Cooperating in Christian Edu cation, .W. L. Smith, C. C. Lloyd. The Needs and Opportunity of the Church and Bible School Fourth District, J. F. King, J. Daniel. Shall Kentucky Recapture. the National Front Rank ner, W. E. Frazee, H. B. Guynn. Ban- The Election of Officers for the Ensuing Year. Reports of Committees. Adjourned. Saturday Evening Session Bible Reading and Devotional, J. F. King. , -- t ' 8:30 ' Address H. B. Guinn. The Promise of Christian Union in the Signs of the Times. Alternate, M. R. Gabbert. Address, Tobias Huffaker. "Victor in Sight." Alerthate, J. Q. Montgomery. 9:20 Sunday Morning Session. 0 9.-0- Bible School Session, Conducted by.W. E. Frazee.-- 10:20 11:00 1 :40 1 1 Address on Christioa Education by University Manr ' Sermon by State Evangelist. Communion service. 2:00 1 Adjourned for Dinner. Devotional, Miss Mary Lucy Lowe. Foreign Missions, Afternoon Session, C. W. B. M. Program. :30 1:45 "The Beginning; the Success" MiBJ st Victoria Hughes. 1:55 "Historical Sketch of the C. W.B.M." Mrs. Silas Denney, 2:05 Song, by the Children. 2:10 "The Childrens Work in the C.W.B. M." Mrs. B. E " Rowe. 2:20 "The Circle Work in theC. W. B. M." Miss Kate Gill. 2:30 "Women .and World Peace," Mrs. R. F. Rowe. 2:40 So!o, Mrs. W. M. Wilson. 2:45 2:55 3: 0 1 s, "Our Literature", Mrs. Josephine Rowe. "Is Belief in and Working for Missions, Essential to our FiMrs. Maggie Ruperts. nal Salvation." ; i Address by State Secretary, Mrs. Louise Loos Campbell. . 3:45 7:30 Address, Mrs. Z. T. Williams. Sunday Evening Session Address by Returned Missionary. Mrs. James Gooden, who has ill-ne- ss been quite sick is better. We are sorry to hear of the of brother Hadley, he writes such interesting letters. Wish he could be at Mr. Solomon to-da- y Mc-Kinl- e's at a "big" ' log rolling and "big dinner" like those he tells us about in Russell county. The Review of Bevlews for May is of special interest. The articles on the progress of the war are accurately written. Hon. Albert J. Beveridge, ,who visited the scenes last winter, has an article, giving Xull details of what he witnessed, lu the war zone. Other noted men also write entertaining of war events. There are many other articles, on other .subjects,", "well worth reading. Write" for ft, 30 Irving Place, New Yprlr, N. Y. . Mrs. Alien Walker entertained the following couples last Tuesday evening: Mr. John W. Flowers and Miss Pearl Nave; Mr. Fred Hill and Miss Helen Atkinson; Mr. H. T. Baker and Miss Sue King; Mr. Doc Walker and Miss Lola Cliff; Mr. Ed Diddle and Miss Gertrude Kinnaird; Mr. Nat Walker and Miss Elizabeth Clark. After delightful refreshments, music and games followed.