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Bi' JUfc&tf onum .. -- - fl Ir ifl ft NUMBER -- i- - f VOLUME XVIII COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY, 19, 1915. 29 Wilcoxsin, of Greensbufg, grandfath- remembered by the people who heard Successful Year for Lindsey-WilsoThe Dixie Highway Meeting. some er of Mrs. Barnett and Miss Wilcox- it for given time. Two beautiful duets by Mesdames Montgomery were sin, cousin of Mrs. Barnett; Mrs. Wad-del- s and Wilson. Never has a more successful school The Meeting held in Campbellsville and Miss Ramsey, sisters of Mr. year been recorded for Lindsey-Wilso-n Cupid is always busy, bub he has At the close of the evening's exMr. and ercises, Diplomas were presented to Training School than the one that last Thursday in the interest of the been sending 'his arrows out very Ramsey, from Monticello; short, but very apswiftly and accurately these latter Mrs. Cosby McBeath, Master Joe the graduates in a by SuDt. Wilson. came to a close Monday morning with securing the Dixie Highway through Miss Christine propriate address, the graduation exercises for the year. this section, was composed of repremonths, and some of his shafts have McBeath and little of Monticello, Ky. Mrs. The commencement exersises have sentatives from Russell, Adair, Taymade sure their way to our quiet lit- McBeath, The committee solicts your attendlor, Marion and Washington counties vrcBeath is the only sister of Mrs. tle inland city nestling so securely, ance on the Hamilton lecture, "The been unusually interesting; the at- and every speaker held out the hope Ramsey. Mr. Ai Myers, brother of tendance at each performance has we think, in these fair foot-hillMyers Art of Living Together; and Some been large, and each auditor enthusi- of securing the road. , While it was Mary and Mrs. Barnett, with Mrs Al We feel like saying: "Our Other Matters," at the Court House not an overflow meeting, yet it was Master Robert Page Myers, also Grace were married this morning;" and on Tuesday evening, May 25th, at 8 astic in appreciation of the proficien- repreaeptative of a good strong sentiof Monticello. cy displayed by those on the program. for because of their winsomeness and o'clock. Our little city joins in best wishes The exercises opened Wednesday af- ment behind the movement in every lovely characters from childhood to county and clearly Indicated a deterof happiness and prothis day, they are favorites with us all. for lives full gives happiness and I will make switches, one or three ternoon with a delightful May Pole mination to make a fight to secure it sperityas God Primary Dance given by pupils of But decorum forbids such an ex- prosperity for these four young peo- stem, 50 cents. Send hair by mail or grades. The little folksthe had been at the Chattanooga meeting. It is otherwise. Sue Marshall pression of proprietorship and this ple. carefully trained by the teachers not our purpose to report this meetMontpelier, Ky. bescribe must dip the pen in ink and of this department, Misses Heyd and ing in detail, but merely to mention gin again. surgery and Chandler, and reflected much credit the fact the fight is to be made by a The insect world has its Columbia Graded and High School delegation from each county in the The home of Mr and Mrs. W. R. anaesthetic apparatus. Mau is not upon their teachers. Myers was the setting for an unusually only "scientist." Mr. Hamilton the Before leaving, the friends and pa meeting next Thursday in Chatta Close. bright and happy occasion on the will have something to say about this trons were invited to inspect the nooga and while late in entering the morning of May the twelfth, nineteen in "The Art of Living together. work on display done by the pupils of contest, yet, so many points of advanhundred and fifteen, when their The Columbia Graded and High this department during the year which tage that will be represented, makes younger daughter. Miss Mary, was Schools closed the best year in the HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, N. Y. was sufficient proof of the excellent a hopeful situation. Married to Mr. Herman Barnett, of history of the schools Friday after work done by both pupils and teachg Chicago, and her friend, Miss noon, when the pupils were given Mr. Hamilton Lecture. ers. Cash Capital $6,000,000.00 Grace Conover, daughter of Mr. and their reports for the year. Wednesday evening the Declamato. County Superintendent Huffaker Mrs. J. N. Conover, was married to Largest Fire Insurance Company In ry contest drew a large audience to Rev. Frederic A. Hamilton holds deMr. Cecil Ramsey, of Monticello, Ky. was present and made a short talk in America. Insures farm property on hear five young men contest for the grees LouisThe home was tilled with guests ad- which he mentioned some of the needs the Installment Plan, or Cash Plan 1, "Lyon Medal" offered by Rev. A. P. ville from Hanover College, PrinceTheological Seminary, said the great- 3 or 5 years. miring the decorations in white and of the school. When he Address, and Prof. Dandridge Lyon. The con- ton University and Chicago Theologest need of the school was a new buildgreen and pink. Browning & Winfrey, Agents testants were Messrs. Cleo Pelly, Guy ical Seminary. He has resided in CoThe archways were artistic in the ing, the student body burst forth in Columbia, Ky. Stevenson, H. T. Speak, David Vance lumbia for the past two years, being intertwining geeen with the white round after of applause. Talks were , and William S. Hynes. engaged for the most part in literary Notice. fringe and pretty, peeping pink buds. made by all the teachers urging the n All of the declamations were work while here. Some of his friends continued faithfulness of the pupils. The stairway balustrade "was daintily 1 have at my place two Jersey Steers, a strong and satisfactory man- have asked Mr. Hamilton to deliver twined with white and green. The Miss Nave's talk to the High School one 3 year old and one yearling. Own- ner, but the able judges finally de a lecture to the people of Columbia, vases of roses made the air redolent was excellent. er can get same by calling and paying cided that the medal should be award- and this he gladly agreed to do. The continued growth has made it for pasture and this advertisement. "with spring-tim- e fragrance. ed to William Hynes. Rev. Chandler He will speak at the Court-hous- e on necessary for the enlargement in some Upon the stroke of ten, by the clock, Eb Salmons, Milltown, Ky. has had charge of this work this year, Tuesday evening, May 2oth, at eight Mm. W. M. Wilson, with Miss Alice way. The students realize this fact and although this department is o'clock, his subject being, 'The Art closely connecNO. 6769. Walker, piano accompanied, sang the more than any not so young, the success of the first contest of Living Together; And Some Other beautiful solo, "I Love You Truly." ted with the conditions. There, too; guarantees more successes of this na- Matters." The committee having in paMrs. Wilson was at her best, her tones is a strong sentiment among the ture in the future. charge the details cordially invite OF TtlE CONDITION OF rich and pure, her words clear. This trons of the school, and the citizenThursday afternoon the Junior pu- our tonwspeople to hear Mr. Hamiltfjal? the town should was a happy prelude for Mendelsohn's ship at large, pils of the music department enter- ton. Wedding March, effectively rendered have something of which it would be THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK tained an appreciative audience. justly proud, In vwhich to place their by Miss Walker. Many pupils appeared in public material. Theyfcown cannot reach a AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE for of the Candidates All Here. As the march was being played- - a higher state the first time, but owing to pheir than its citizenship, thus OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE persistent work and excellent trainrustle was heard on the stairs, and if a high state of citizenship be mainOF BUSINESS May 1st,, 1915. ing of their teachers, Misses Hewett looking to the second landing, the There were too many candidates must continue to be a EESOURCE8. tained, there h guests felt that the and Chandler, they scored a success who mounted the rostum Monday afhigh standard of education maintained Loans and discounts (notes held in expe- ternoon for this paper to undertake were lingering round in the pres106 494 69 that would have done credit to bank) for all its people. The town justly ence of little Miss Catherine Myers, rienced performers. Overdrafts, secured and unsecurto comment upon the speeches. feels proud of the' work being done in 93 52 Friday evening was the time set for ed niece of Miss Mary M) ers, and Master All the aspirants were Republicans its ptfblic schools. Joe McBeath, nephew of Miss Grace The school again this year, had an U.S. Bonds deposited to secure the recital given by Miss.? Alma but one, Mr. Mat S. Cohen, of Mad25 000 00 circulation (par value) Conover. These little tots were the able corps of teachers to assist Prof. U. S. Bonds to secure U. j8. De- and Nellie Jlif.ik-- r. the ison county, wh6 is a candidate for ' graduates of the mi.:c dep.u.ment Commissioner of Agriculture, subject ribbon bearers. Little Catherine so Wilson, and things have been pushed posits dainty and beautiful in her dress of forward since the beginning of school Bonds other than U. S. 'bonds this year. to the action of the Democratic pripledged to Secure Postal mull with Both young ladies gave their many mary,. We will, have something to white last fall. This year the daily atten$2,000 00 Savings deposits ' friends every reason to feel great pride say of. his candidacy next week. The maline sash and bow. Master Joe, dance has been more than 200. There Securities other than U. S..'.... bonds real little gentleman, with his in tlieir musical achievements,r"as following district candidates, made the while (not including stocks) owned have been 271 enrblled-inlschoo- l, 25 000 00y. white Irish poplin there are 281 in the school census. A unpledged their interpretation of the great mas- -' speeches in the order, named: 27 000 00 terstromLJ whom Their Total bonds, securities etc. (c, Balkan suit. difficult se v Circuit Judge Lilbura number of students from, each grade Subscription toStock of federal If lections weretaken, was ..indeed re- - jrFor,Carter, G. M. Miller. " Phelps, WilAfter these came Elder-Z.C. present each day' in the have been . Seserve Batik. . . . ..'.... . 3 000 ' J' Fo State- - Senate D. E. Hatcher, . markable-- c liams, pastor of the brides; then Mr. year. 1 500 Five out of eight of. the Senior " Less amount unpaldr-:ii..- .. Saturday evening tha advanced pu- R'. B'..Tfig. Barnett and Mr. Ramsey arm id arm, class have been present each day. , including All other stocks, s 1 500 00 pils o the music looking so manly, so handsome in and expression'de-partment- s For the Legislature H.' C. Baker, premium on same. i.t-.0 average daily attendance this tM presented to the crowded G.' E.'Perryman, L T. Neat,, .Dr. L. their English morning suits of dark The has been about 30 higher 'than Banking: houseturniture; bnd ., ' year 2 000 00 iiouseati-exbelleu- t fixtures.. program.. blue manish serge, with dark gray the previous years-o- f th;e,school. The Due from federal Reserve Bank. . 2922 96 ' Lack of space alone prevents us from C. Nell., tits and gloves. These two stood be- High Schooi department this yearhas1 Due from" approved, reserve For'Commonwealth's AttorneyA. agents in Kew York Chicago giving each .young lady a. special men- A. Huddlestonr Mr. Huddleston has neath the arch in the southwest par- also had a higher attendance than . . .$1 439 83 and, St Iiouis'.?. . tion, for each member of the class no opposition. lor, just in front of the Alcove banked any previous yeart and has been well Due from Approved 'Reserve certainly deserves many complimentwith ferns, awaiting their betrothed. cared for. The continued growth1 of Agents in' other Reserve Miss Myers and Miss Conover, Carload of Superior Wheat Drills .. 117 878 37 19 318 20 ary remarks for the masterful manner Cities..., this department is assured. they rendered their se and Deering Binders for sale at right of modesty and true loveliness, Due from "Banks and Bankers in which tires 1 466 03 lections other than included in 8 or 9 . CLASS NIGHT. prices. Good stock of binder twine. dressed in strictly tailored suits of Checks on banks in the same city Wool poplin, of sand color, with hats close of the program medals Better buy early. J. H. Phelps, At the A large audience crowded the gym2 728 96 or town as reporting bank. . . t Jamestown. Ky. and gloves to match and each carrying nasium for the exercises. Those who Outside Checks and other cash offered by Miss Hewett for the highaboquetof pinkKilarney roses, met could not get seats stood and listened items est grades made in her department Fractional currency, nickels s Bennett & Smitli will handle ice and stood to the exercises of the evening. A during the year, were presented by their waiting 309 47 and with them beneath the arch of green splendid program was given. AH the Notes ofcents National Banks 309 47 875 00 Bro Chandler with fitting remarks to during the summer at 1 cent a pound. other 29-and Nellie Will keep it all the time. and white. 9 004 45 Misses Margie Buster papers were good, and the address to Total coin and certificates.... notes 1900 00 Huffaker. Elder Williams pronounced an im- the class by its President, Mr. Young pressive and beautiful ring ceremony, Todd, was pronounced far above the Redemption fund with U. S. The people of Columbia as well as "The Art of Living Together" is Treasurer (not more than 5 which was carried out gracefully by) average for such addresses by those the pupils and graduates indeed en- the subject of a lecture by Mr. Ham1 230 00 per cent, on circulation .... joyed a great treat when Dr. Gross Al- ilton, to be given at the Court House, the brides and . who heard it. A chorus made up 201863 28 exander delivered the Baccalanreate Tuesday evening, May 25th. AdmisTotal accompanied the cer- from some of the best singers of the Miss Walker LIABILITIES. emony by Wagner's "O Thou Sub- town gave some excellent music. sermon Sunday morning at the M. E. sion 25 cents. Tickets may be secured 25 000 00 Capital stock paid in Sweet Evening Star." at the Paull Drug Co., or at the door. lime, Church. ". 25 000 00 Surplusfund COMMENCEMENT. Monday morning the Graduating ex- No reserved seats. After the ceremony and prayer, Mr. 1 591 83 Undivided profits and Mrs. Barnett and Mr. and Mrs.-- s The beautiful decorations of flowers ercises took place in the chapel and Less current expenses, in1 251 70 340 13 Ramsey immediately left in autos at the exercises of the evening added terest and taxes paid Misses Frances Workman,Dexter EngNotice. 25 000 00 amid showers of rice, for Lebanon, ac- to the already beautiful interior of Circulating Notes lish, Ida Hogard, Messrs. Sam Duvall, Less amount on hand and in companied by Mr. and Mrs. Al Myers, the new Baptist church, where the Joe Harris, Guy Stevenson, Joe HoTreasury for redemption Notice is Kereby given that a pubMr. and Mrs, Cosby McBeath, Mrs. E. exercises were held. Four of the memgard arid Lawrence Sullivan received fund or in transit lic road will be opend, beginning at B. Barger and Mr. Fred Myers. diplomas for wort taithiuliy accom-plishebers of the class made speeches and Due to Banks and Bankers other than 67 51 inclnded in 5 or 6 The couple journeyed together as one gave a Piano Solo. The Essay of in the Training School course the turnpike at Nannie Monday's and 50 00 Dividends unpaid and Misses Alma McFarland and Nel extending to the county road at M. C. far as Louisville, where they sep- Miss Mary Breeding was splendid and Individual deposits subject to 125 440 13 arated, Mr. and Mrs. Barnett going showed she had studied her subject lie Huffaker received certificates of Moxley's, passing the lands of Frank check 53 94 Savings Deposits Postal graduation from the music depart- White, M C. Eastridge, Clias. Holt for a short stay to Mt. Yernon, 111., closely. The delivery was good. The Deposies requiring notice of feryhere Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnett Solo of Miss Cary Rosenfleld brought less than 30 days Solos were rendered by" both and others, along the route located 125 494 07 ment. reside. From Mt. Vernon they go to forth much applause. It was greatly these young ladies and the other class by the winners. The CountjCourt 1201863 28 was represented by Mr. Duvall, who will pass upon this road at the June Chicago, where they will establish appreciated by the audience. The Total gave oration entitled, court. their home. three orations by the young men, Ed- Statu cf Kkntucky, as: ( Thos. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey going to Cin- gar Diddle, Clay Smith and Arthur County op Adair J in Politics, " and Miss Work- 'Woman Viewers-- Carey Moxley. was "The Amer cinnati for a bhort time, after which Holiaday were good enough for col ( 17. T. Selby. I. E. H. Hughes. Cashier, of the above mau whose subject they will be "at home" to their many lege students so said Prof. Noe tO named bank, do solemnly svear that the above ican Girl." t j, May 15, 1915. ' Then followed a masterful address statements true to the best of my knowledge friends in Monticello, Ky. one of our citizens. by Dr. Alexander "The Advantage E. H. Hughes, Cashier. There were many costly and valua Prof. Noe, who made the address of and belief. and sworn to before me this 5th of Disadvantage," and these power I have at my farm in Columbia Ky., Subscribed ble presents of cut glass, silver and the evening, paid a high compliment day of May 1915. deep in- a thorough Bred Registered Duroc ful truths could not but sink --Mae Stilts china, together with to the school. His address delighted to the hearts of the listeners. Jersey Boar ready for service. Notary Public The diplomas were presented, by 29-many, linens, beau- all who heard it It was excellent. A. S. Chewning. ... My Commission expires at ending of 1916 Leg1 ProrChandler with a few, but 1m tiful designs in tatting, dresser The music of the evening was as islature. pressive remarks, after which Prof. I crocheted counterpanes. good as has been given for some time Moss made a short talk. OoBEBCT Attest: S redaction on hats, Shapes' Henry N. Miller, Director These were gifts from really loving, in the town. A chorus composed of Thus came to close twelfth and Great for $3.00 $1.50. sold one of the most successful terms of that Braxton Massie. Director. frteods. local talent rendered a number "Come Lindsey-Wilso- n Eubank & Summers. Training School. The-ouguests were: Mrv Where the Lilies Bloom" that will be ' J, F. Montgomery Director" A MORNING n. s. life-lon- deliv-eredj- REPORT sure-enoug- cu-pi- ds Mc-Farla- hand-embroider- ed hand-embroider- ed T. j- .'. " .-- y - 1 -- 29-6- bride-groom- 2t Legal-tend- er bride-groom- s. ! 'd v nt Mk . ! J 29-2- band-painte- d hand-embroider- ed 2t as run-oersa- nd i r iV A i.t; t of-tow- n THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Sheriffs Sale. ' TLand to be sold for 1914 taxes at the itfourt house door June 7, 1915. On Monday, June 7, 1915, at the aourt house door in Columbia, Ky., the being the first day of a regular Cerm of the Adair County Court, at p. m., or thereabout, I will oCer for sale to the highest bidder for fC&eh in hand the following described itraets of land, or a sufficiency thereof xto eatisfy the tax and cost for the ;yearof 1914, of the following 'named -one-d'clock Are our farmers utilizing: every foot of ground, that the greatest of all crops may be produced? Are our manufacturers laying their plans for an increased output of their wares? Are we, as a people, alive to the glorious opportunity that verdict of the Hardin Circuit iperecns: andjcost Balance District No 3 Colored Elizabeth Hughes 14 acres oins James Hughes tax District No 2 Wellington Redmon, 118 acres Joins Nathan Murrell, tax $3 02 and cost District No. 7 Colored ISarger heirs 4 acres joins R. Ingram tax and cost District No 7 23. G-- . 1 45 1 35 Shaw 5 acres joins Rev. Hogard tax and cost 7 28 Balance Sheriff's ofllce Columbia, Ky., May 9. S. H. Mitchell, .1915. Sheriff Adair Ccunty Ky. :28-- 4t Court, which found him guilty of murder in the first degree. In affirming the verdict of the lower court, the Court of Appeals Although those may dispute It nave not tried it. yet thousands who without griping and without shock to of Graothers, who speak from personal experi- the system. It contains tonic propersaid that it was shown that ence, assert that there is a permanent ties that strengthen the stomach and so that in time constipation. Somo ham had received a fair and im- cure for chronic cured for as little as bowel musclescan be dispensed medicines testify they were of( all kinds with fifty cents, years ago, and that the nature is again solely relied and on. trouble partial trial, and that the verdict others never came back on them, while Among the legions who testify to these admit they took several bottles facts are J. F. Blankenship, Sharon. Tenn., cure was brought was brought in only after conclu before a steady referred to is Dr. about. and Beulah I Rogers, Kosmosdale. Ky., The remedy Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been on and they always ahave a bottle of it in the reliable offered sentury the market for over a quarter of a house, for it is infancy laxative for all sive evidence had been to old age. and has been popularized on its the family from merits, by one person telling another. Anyone wishing1 to make a trial of this not the time is opportune by the commonwealth. If The fact that its strongest supporters remedy before buying it in the regular are women and elderly people the ones druggist at fifty cents or ono most persistently constipated makes it way of a large for us to be up and doing. can. certain that the claims regarding it as dollar a a.sample bottle (family size)home have bottle sent to the Cough. whooping a. permanent cure for constipation have free of charge by simply addressing Dr. not been exaggerated. Work will accomplish many W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.. "When my daughter had whooping It is not violent like cathartic pills, Montlcello, 111. Your name and address things. cough she coughed so hard at one time palts or waters, but operates gently. on a postal card wiU do. that she had hemorrhage of the lungs. But opportunity and procras- I was terribly alarmed about her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough tination never clasp hands. Remedy so highly recommended, I got in these particulars, call their atWELL DRILLER her a bottle and it relieved the cough tention to it, or notify the city some Forms of Rheumatism Curable at once. Before she had finished two authorities. You and I will drill wells in Adair and Rheumatism is a disease characteri- bottles of this remedy she was entire- health zed by pains in the joints and in the ly well," writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes, joints and in the muscles. The most Crook3ville, Ohio. Obtainable at your family are vitally concerned Ad common forms are. Aute and Chronic Paull Drug Co. in this. Rheumatism, Rheumatic Headaches, Sciatic Rheumatism and Lumbago. If there are sluggish streams A Splendid Offer. All of these types can be helped abor ponds near you, you must solutely by applying some goodlini ment that penetrates. An applicaFor the next thirty days we will keep a double watch, for the flies tion of Sloan's Liniment two or three furnish The Adair County News one times a day to the affected part will year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir- breed fast in such localities. give instaut relief. Sloan's Liniment er', one year. Boy's Magazine, monthly, Never drink milk, coffee, or two or three times a day to the affect- one year, Farm and Fireside, semiMaga- water in which a fly has fallen. ed part will give instant relief Sloan's monthly, one year; Liniment is good for pain, and espec- zine, monthly, one year; and Poultry It is cheaper to throw away a ially Rheumatic Pain, because it pen- Pointers, monthly, one year, all for etrates to the seat of the trouble, $1.65. This is the oest offer ever made whole plate of butter in which a soothes the afflicted part and draws by this office, and all who want readthe pain. "Sloan's Liniment is all ing matter should send their subscrip- fly has fallen than try to cut out medicine " Get a 25c bottle now. tions to this office at once. To-day's A Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation adjoining counties. fore contracting. See me be Latest im- proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Give Land Sale. uboub the hour of one o'clock p. m., lit being the first day of a regular term of the Adair County Courc, at the courthouse door in Columbia, Adair County, Kentucky, offer for sale and .sell to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months with 6 per cent, jper annum interest from date of sale bond with approved security required h undiof the.purchaser the C. C. Roe, Jr. Said vided interest cf anterest was inhereted from his father, E. F. Roe, deceased, subject to the life interest of Mrs. E. F. Roe, to satisfy Execution No. 2004 issued from ifihe offiec of the clerk of the Adair Circuit Court, on May 8, 1915, tosatis-rf- y debt of 833,26 with interest from Oct., 12, .1914 and ?6.06 costs, and oth- arxosts amounting to 817.69 in favor af.J. H. Judd assignee against said C. C. Roe Jr. One.tractfof land and thereto belonging, lying on tthe waters of Harrodsfork of Crocus creek, in Adair county Kentucky, conone-fiftes I will on Monday June 7, 1915, at I. C. YATES Keep it handy in case of emergency. Ad For sale by Paull Drug Co. the portion nearest the spot. Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer he Adair County News and Cut Worms Plentiful and Busy. A fly in the milk may mean a Short items. Good people make good towns. You are talking entirely much if you repeat one-ha- lf too of what you hear. There's no Question about it this spring. Better leave 'em on a while longer. Too many people are quick to 86 acres more or less, and bounded and described as follows viz: iBeginning at a poplar and chestnut, rthence N 81 E 80 poles to a chestnut rporner to David Wilson's survey, Chence with a line of same 8 8 B 130 jpoles to a stone corner to same and .John Stotts, thence with Stott's line Wl27 poles to a stone and mulberry ihis corner in the original line, thence with his line S 80 W 60 poles co gum sand beech, thence N 10 W 180 poles to ithe beginning. The title to the land to be sold was derived by deed of conveyance to E. F. Roe deceased, from W. A. Jackman and wife, and recorded in deed book No., 9 on page 402 in County Clerk's office, this ir May.10, 1G15. S. H. Mitchell, S. A. C .Sheriff's Office Columbia, Ky. the-Ada- taining pay the devil his due who forget the butcher and milk man. The weather this week reminds us of the old adage, "stick to your flannels until they stick to you." Some of the new styles make women look like they are wearing the suits of their daughters or little siaters. What grouch says business is not on the pick-up- ? American When Peace Comes. agents are about to hook an orWhen the dove of peace flu- der for 250,000 cork leg3 for Eutters oyer Europe, and tranquility ropean soldiers. Farmer's tell us they have never known the cut worms to be more plentiful or destructive than they have been this spring. The ground has been fairly alive with them, and they have gotten in their work on nearly everything that has been planted in Corn, both field and garden. tobacco plants seem to have been the especial favorites of the "pesky varmints " and with these they have wrought wholesale destruction. They have cut down plants in some tobacco beds as completely as if the work had been done with a hoe. There is an old rhyme for which designates five grains to a hill, and is as follows: "One for the "blackbird, One for the crow, One for the cutworm," member of the family in the grave. Keep flies from the house and you keep the doctor from the door. The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One The wise mother screen baby's cradle and wears a smile; the foolish mother fails to screen the cradle and wears mourning. Flies in the dining room precede nurses in the sick room. Wire screens in the window Year For Only $1.35 Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price J1.00 per rear, and it is ona of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatninz tha world's events, and for that reason can sriue you all the leading: news. It carries a carries a treat 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 you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for the above combination fright now. Call or mail orders to may keep crepe from the door. Swat the Fly! Got Rid Of Her 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 Cham berlain'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. Hariod J The Adair,County News, Columbia,! Ky. corn-planti- ng again spreads it wing over 'that anhappy land, an era of tremendous prosperity will be opened tip to the United States. The demand for our products will be greater than our power to supply. jEvery conceivable industry will be taxed to its utmost to meet the insistent cry from abroad. Every farmer, every manufacturer, every laborer will be called upon to work unceasingly that the ever increasing demand for products may be met. And Europe pays with gold. Just what condition are we of this community in, to reap our :fullhareof this coming influx of foreign gold? -- - 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. Relief may be had by massaging the back with Chamberlain's Liniment two or three times a day.. Try it. Obtainable at Paull Ad Drug Co. Must Die In Chair. i Turner Graham, the Hardin county desperado who shot down Sheriff Root. McMurtry Dec. 12 as the latter was trying to arrest him for the murder of James Wood at Upton, will die in the electric chair at Eddyville unless executive clemency is interpos-ed- , which is hardly possible. This was the decision of the Appellate Ooim at Frankfort, which on Tuesday affirmed the And two to grow." The magnitude of the drug This year the cutworm is habit and the thousands of lives claiming all five as his share. it was destroying is coming to light since the passage by Con- The Fiy is Your Enemy. act. ; gress of the Keep baby away from the flies. In New York City alone there They are apt to give " it cholera are 4,000 of these poor creatures in the hospitals because they infantum and dysentery. have been deprived of their Kill or drive out any flies which may find their way into "dope." the house. Show them no mer Man His OWn Medicine is an anti-narcot- ic Are You a Woman? i i! . Cardui AT The Woman's Tonic '' FOR SALE All DRU&StSTS Takes cy. Look carefully after cuspidors. This is to apply to hotels, railroad stations,' stores and other places where many people con- gregate. Use lime and disinfectants where there is any decayed stuff, manure, ash piles or other filth. Disinfectants are cheap. If your neighbors are careless Optimist. He has absolute faith in his medicinehe knows when he takes it for certain aliments he gets relief. People who take Dr. King's New Discovery for an irritating Colds are optimists they know this cough remedy will penetrate the linings of the throat kill the germs, and open the way for Nature to act. You can't destroy a Cold by superficial treatment you must go to the cause of the trouble. Be an optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad to-da- OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Co. receive Patents taken through Mann tpecial notice, without charge. In tha Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c Scientific American. cirillustrated weekly. culation of any scientific Journal. Terms. S3 a year: four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. A handsomely MUNN Co.368 825 Branch Offlco, F 9UWasbliiston,IX& Hew York THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Get the Habit. 0 not heavily trimmed. DKNTTAXj OWST.CS1 J SBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE I After Foot Tears of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. BaHock Gave 1 had gotten so weak I I could not stand, and gave up in despair. com- At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I menced taking it. dose, I Up m Despair. Came Husbaid to Rescie. From the very first I could tell it was helping me. can now walk two miles without its iCatron, Ky. In an interesting lettei tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly fam this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock Writes as follows: "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try ytars, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped Ms time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 e, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what imy left side. e doctor was called in, and his treat- - it will do. Ask him. He will recomsnt relieved me tor a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. agon confined to my bed again. After t, nothing seemed to do me any good. Write to: Chattanooga Meilclne Co., Ladles' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Term., for Special Instructions on your case and book. Home Treatment for Women." sent In plain wrapper. se J-- a iSpecial Notice Greensburg, Ky. This is a season of bright colDr. There are two classes of mer- ors in children's clothes. chants those who advertise, DENTIST This season there is a big deand those who do not. The man mand OVER PAULL, DRUG CO. for washable corsets. who advertises has the best of Columbia, Ky. The suede glove still has prefthe deal. He keeps himself beRES PHONE 20. PHOSI erence over the glace kind. fore the public he keeps his Feathers of bright shades and wares before the public, and he pastel shades are to be seen on HENRY W. DEPP, keeps their quality and price up the newest hats. permost in the public mind. DENTIST Pretty soft materials, made People talk about the man who Am permanently located in Co advertises, because they know he full and shirred, make a feature lumbia. t has something worth adrertis-ingo- r of little girl's dresses. Leghorn hats are to be much All Classes of Dental work done. Crow he wouldn't advertise. Bridge-ariInlay work a Specialty. Cobwebs never grow in the store in the running from now, and AH Work Guaranteed of the man who advertises, be- handsome models are to be had. Office over G. W. Lowe's Summer frocks lend themcause the people buy his goods Shoe Store because he does advertise. Peo- selves more gracefully to Victorian lines than did the winter ple read the advertisements J. H. Stone J. B. Stone they look for them and expect to models. The bolero costume is one of find them and often end in for& Stone, getting the man who does not the most fashionable of the Attonev-At-Lapays. season, as welJ as one of the advertise. , Advertising J Will practice in Get the habit, and grow with most attractive. New York OBT3-ICB- James Triplett I d Stone w ! your goods. White Man With Black Liver The liver is a blood purifier. It wss thought at one time it was the seat of the passions The trouble with mos people is that their Liver becomes black because of impurities in the blood due to bad physical states, causing Biliousness, Headache, Dizziness and Constipation. Dr. King's New Life Pills will clean up the Liver, and give you new life. 25c. at Paull Drug Co. Ad. World. Whole Family dependent Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio, writes: "Our whole family depend on this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky Woodson Lewis iomy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence ig felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick and satisfactory fence. NOTE THE PRICE. Ecoiomy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c Maybe someone in your family has a severe Cold perhaps it is the baby. The original Dr. Bell's is an ever ready household remedyit gives immediate relief. penetrates the linings of the Throat and Lungs, destroys the Germs, and allows Nature to act. At Paull Drug Co. 25c. Ad. Pine-Tar-HonePine-Tar-Honey Pine-Tar-Hon- li. H. JOisins Vttlnavy Surgeon and Oentlkt ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHONE NO. 7N" taldence Phone'13 B Business Pho e 13!A Price of Puffs. What Liquor Money Would Do. DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST t " " " " " 7 8 " 6 6 9 " 8 9 9 " " " " 6 9 " " " " " " " 26 32 32 39 39 "" " 18c "" " " 20c " " "" "" " 18c " 22c " 20c Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. uy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as to Quality and Price. A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated ThornhiH Wagons. Satisf action, or your money back." Cloth- Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and ing, both We at old prices. An Eastern editor comes to the conclusion that those desiring "puffs" in his paper must pay for them, and has established the following prices: For telling the public that a man is a successful citizen, when everybody knows that he is as lazy as a hired man, $2.70. Referring to the deceased citizen as one who is mourned by the entire community, when we know he will only be missed by the poker circle, $10.13. Referring to some gallavant-in- g female as an estimable lady whom it is a pleasure to meet, when every business man in town would rather see Satan coming, $8. Calling an ordinary pulpit or The American Grocer enum- Office, Front rooms m Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. erates some of the bpnefits which might accrue to the citizens of this country if the annual drink bill. $1,724,908,519, were turned into legitimate channels, namely: Columbia, - Kentucky Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Sped attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and "It would pay interest and sinking fund on the amount necessary to buy comfortable homes for nearly nine million families. satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot buy a suit of clothes PHONE NO 175 for every man and boy and a JEFF PARSON, dress for every woman and girl Campbellsville, Ky. in the United States, with enough left over to buy a pair of shoes enough left over to pay the bonded debt of all the states of the for everybody. "It would have not tajien the War in Europe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything "If the money spent for drink Union." Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. J Lime for this month, only 90c. Surveying C. Land Owners Attention. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do D. Crefishaw were spent for homes tenancy Best Thing for a Bilious Attack. would disappear in the United ator an' eminent divine, 60c. "On account of my confinement in the printing office I have for years States within one generation. Sending a doughty sinner to been a chronic sufferer from indigesheaven, $5. "If it were spent for education tion and liver trouble. A few weeks so that Referring to a deceased mer- every child in the country would ago I had an attack to go was thesevere case to that I was hot able for two days. Failing to get any rechant who never advertised in receive a college education. lief from any other treatment, I took his life as a progressive citizen, 'If it were sp ent for automo- three of Chamberlain's Tablets and $4.99 VETERINARY SURGEON I felt biles, every family in the coun- the next day Bailey,like a new man," Editor Carolina writes H. C. try would own a car before 1924. News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable at When you feel out of sorts from constipation, let us say that if . Our Advice Is:1 . " "If it were SDent for religion, Paull Drug Co. Ad- - your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e do not relieve you, see a physician, because no other home remedy will. Sold only by us, 10 cents. years rea- Paull Drug Co. experience. Charges sonable. Phone write 74 Special Attnctin to Eyes Latest Fashion Notes. or T. f . Faulkner, Columbia f Ky, Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. I am veil fixed to take care of stock. Hon e due when work is done or stock removed from stables. NEAR El I06IES' IES1IENCE IICATWN NIOtKSTILLE SHEET. it would within less than a decade carry the Gospel to every living creature. "If it were spent for railroads, it would buy every mile of railroad in the United States in ten years. Candidate Newman in speak-inof Owsley Stanley's opening speech for Governor says "he began at Washington and wound up in Europe and never touched Kentucky, . er France threatens to follow the Taffeta is to the fore in par"If it were spent for govern- example of Russia and prohibit asols as in frock's. ment,' it would pay all the ex- the manufacture and sale of all The large hat this season is penses of the United States with alcoholic drinks during th war. f 4- Gradyville. HEALTH OFFICER'S' COLUMN. THE ADAIR COUNTX NEWS Rev. Frederic A. Hamilton, A. Announces His I propose to write this week on the subject of tobacco. Tobacco is a noxious weed that was discovered in North America two or three hundred years ago, and in some way at some Xf time, the people got in the habit of eating it, chewing it, smoking it and dipping it. Tobacco is the natural habit of the tobacco worm, one of the nastiest specimens of animal life that any body has ever seen. The taste of tobacco is sickening and nobody at first loves it. It requires a House, Tuesday Evening, May long time to get anybody's stomach to tolerate it at all. Children, after seeing their fathers chewing it, and ' smoking it, and seeing their mothers .for $35. smoking and dipping it, will steal Misses Ora and Mallie Moss away to some quiet place to take their visited a few days in Columbia, first lessons in the use of it, knowing that the trial will be a severe one. Cents; At Paull Drug Company, And Tickets, Twent-fiv- e Door last week. Most fathers who use tobacco try to Misses Mary and Mallie Ste- get their boys not to use it. But every boy naturally that his fathphens, of Miami, visited here a er is the smartest thinksin the world, man beautiful piece of rich land that the Co., is visiting Mrs. Anna from the city with a spring and if there was not something really young lady owned. He was around day or so of last week. Hatcher, two miles west of this stock. good about the chetving of tobacco, he Miss Ethel Moss, of Campbells-'vill- e, would not engage in it. It is foolish begging money with which to buy place. Mrs. Howard is a fine him a pony to ride to his appointMiss Nellie Gose is visiting who has been the guest of for a man to try to keep his boys from ments. He had, he said, studied for aged' lady and can tell many her relatives at Columbia. Miss Mollie Flowers, for the past contracting the tobacco habit, so 'ong the legal profession, and had read as he uses it himself. The tobacco 17 times, and oth- thrilling stories of the late war. J. A. Stayton and S S. Goode imonth, returned to her home habit is so widespread that I suppose Blackstone through er books in proportion. After supper The Cane Vallev and Milltown and their wives spent one day of the male part of that over one-ha.ast Friday. he and I were sitting out in the porch the population of any county indulges and he was chewing tobacco He did baseball teams crossed bats at , fishing on Green river Ia3t week.' James Keen, one of our good in its use. When you talk to a man better than some men, for he diditnot this place last Saturday. The The telephone line from here citizens as well as a good farmer abput chewing tobacco, he will tell spit on the floor, but upon the ground game was real nice. Score stood to Green .you. that it is a filthy habit, but it has river i3 completed and dost one day last week, a very him so much under its power-- that. he outside. He sat ,there chewing, and 5 to,4 in favor of Cane Valley. spitting for some time, when he is a great treat to people along iine mule colt, by getting a kick can't quit it. He will not hesitate to well doctor. have, a, very . Mr. Paul.VanZant, of Edmon- this-line- . slavey answered,h"why, don't from a horse. The mule died in acknowledge that he is a longer tohis filthy habit. a. free' appetite.. .That(he is no you quit?-- ' He"sidf jffe, would, b'ut ton, was here two .nights of last Misses Ro3a Bryant andEtila a few minutes after receiving American citizen. If you ask a young had; ,no .company, of, nights, pweeki and entertained the young man aboutmokiug cigarettesrjie will he Corbin visited Mont Corbin and the lick. telliypu that he has almost quit. ..Thai ljuiki3t.obajBftos3 ,jras c&mjanv pegpI&Twith his moving pictures. family-Saturdaand Sunday. W. B. Hill, the weUrknowri beis tapering off. If you askrj-- gjrl Q&hto.Xsaid1,.where,,issjouK.wJier tlsishe- not, company for vou. weu Paul is- - quite nice young man Rev. Winklar filled .his apStock food man,, who has been abouti'dippirjg snuff,, kshe .will denyjit yesihe answered, sue ls.viiry &uuuuuj-oan- y and- we ,,w;qu Id be glad to have altogether. And I am. pleased. to, kind but she can't talk of the pointment at this place the 2nd traveling in western Kentucky, that she generally tells the truth. .English and Lgan'ttalk Choctaw, and him again.; Saturday and Sunday. jfor the past three or four months, But the terrible habit is widespread.1 r we. are not very good, company ior The farmers' df this section Lawyers, doctors, farmers, and occa- so) returned home last Friday. Mr. sionally I am sorry to say, I find a each otner. ., Texas, are all down and out in regard Entertained. Hill is looking well and reports preacher who has so far missed his I knew anothertapreacher ofintobacco. the use who was,a slave to our tobacco crop Beyond a calling, as to indulge in the use of tne very good business. Hejwasand old man, and a very smart filthy weed. I believe that as a class long crooked nose doubt the plant beds are the Miss Mabel Hindman entertianed Peter Compton and wife, of the school teachers are freer from the man. ,He had a nostrils. His chin worst failure we ever had. Most the following last Saturday night: with very large Basil community, were in our nasty habit) tiian any other class of turned up towards his nose, and he Cann, of the ground that was prepared Misses Alice Koweua,Hardyville, Lucy people. In all my experience in visit? McFarlaud, Hattie Wilborn, one day last week, both ing theeschools annually for several had no teeth, and his chin and nose midst were close, neighbors. He had been for tobacco is being planted in Campbellsville, Margie Buster, Creels-borlooking young and fine and get years, I have met only one teacher without teeth so long that his gums Myrtie Morgan and Myrtie corn. who uses tobacco, and he insisted on away. He chewed toSharp, Amaudaville. The evening around just like they were in me talking to his school about the ug- had shrunken Mr. and Mrs. R. T, Dudgeon was spent pleasantly, enjoying games, bacco almost, continually, and when .their 16th. ly habit. He said while using it himand listeniny to music. Refreshments hespatitwaslike a shot gun of the self, he knew that a talk from him blunderbuss variety, and a large part were visiting in Taylor Co., sev were served. n Frank Dohoney, the t against the use of tobacco would do no of would go into his nostrils, eral days of last week. stock man of Milltown good. In this he showed his good so the load nose was always dripping. ll has devised a that his The Store building and all of section, was here one day last sense, while he showed his bad sense He took dinner at our house occasionarea" as an hypothesis of the !by using the weed at all. In an arti the goods belonging to Bob Earls working mechanics of the universe. at week engaging hogs for the June cle for this pap.r, The Adair County ally, a,nd while he did not chew all the the at Mt. Carmel was destroyed by Mr Hamilton in his lecture, "'The table, the dripping went on itfews, some time ago, I said . that evmarket at the market price. Art same. fire last Wednesday night about a of LivingTogether'" is asking for ery case of consumption was brought frictionless area in the realm of life. While coming from Lebanon some The Adair County Spoke Co.. on by promiscuous spitting. I did not years ago, on the train," I met with a nine, o'clock. which has been running here for mean by that every one who spite will preacher whose name Ihave forgotten. Adair' Circuit Court. Mr. Bram Beard, who recently the past month, will close out spread consumption, but lie must have Heboid me he was on his way to hold the germs of consumption in him bechurchMcKinney, Tex., is meeting their stock on hands in about fore lie can spit them( out, but as no arevival side of at one of the " We moved to Monday was the first day of the Campbellsville. es this back on. business-- . Mr. Beard is Adair circuit court, and an immense .two weeks and will move their one can know whether he has these had a pleasant conversation together crowd of people was in town. We germs or not, the safest way,- - the When very well pleased with his new have had fine rains atod crops are .machinery to Columbia. We un- nicest way, and the most sensible way, until nearing our journeys end.take up home. came round to 'growing nicely, hence the farmers are is to refrain from spitting altogether. the conductor derstand .it will be here again As an economic question the using of the tickets, the preacher remarked, Ray Page's stock barn with in jubilant spirits and many of them have you any of that arrived early in the morning to spend mext fall. tobacco is a very serious problem. I Mr. Conductor you generally car- all its contents, was consumed the day. There were representative suppose nobody has an idea what the good tobacco, that From what we hear through use of tobacco, this poisonous weed, ry? The conductor gave him some, by fire last Thursday night. citizens here from all the adjoining when he was gone, I spake right our farmers there . will not be costs the people of this county in dol- and in meeting. You, a preacher of Mr. Page and son had attended counties, and business was good during the entire day. lars and cents annually. I sajd awhile out crop of tobacco in ago that more than half of the the gospel and chewing tobacco? Yes, a show at Cane Valley and when Judge Carter and Attorney one half of a he said, I know it is a bad habit, but i:his section, Some of them have male population of our county I iust can't quit. That is astonish he returned he found his barn fore the arrived in due time, and benoon hour the Judge had inuse tobacco in some of its forms One down in Taylor. on fire. ing said I, you structed the grand jury and that body made a total failure in plants, fourth of the people would amount to county to hold going a revival meewug, w was at work. The docket for the 4,000. Where people use tobacco at while others have only a very all, two dollars a year would be a constrain sinners lo leave their great Knifley. present term is about up to the usual, turn to the Lord, and say and court will likely continue the full on their bed. We take it that small estimate, 'which would amount sins, andthat you can't quit the small yourself two weeks. to $8,000. More money than is paid to ihe crop will be short here this all the preachers and mission in the sin of chewing tobacco. Several from this place atThere was a shower gathering at tk county. . But a bigger question from .season. One Valley. tended the singing at Egypt last home of Mrs. Jo Bosenfield last Mg; an economic stand, point, is the vast day evening, in We had plenty of commercial amount of toil, sweat and money exSunday week. All reported a Guylfell, who honor of Mr. and 3!J received many n:Jf crop, and pended in the growing of the Mrs. Foree Hood, who arrived znen, as well as insurance men how much this adds to the high cost presents. The hours were delightfulnice time. ly spent by all present. of living that we hear so much about. home from Louisville last week, last week and in the bunch was When tobacco is planted, fertilized, Married, the first of May at where she was operated on for n shoe man, Neigh- sold and used, whom does it benefit? Campbellsville, Owen Arnold the Families and schools and churches is able to walk out "No human being has ever been ben- appendicitis, and the community at large, states Miss Emma Cox. and bor Hatcher, and a candidate for efitted by the use of tobacco, and I little. and nations and peoples, alL need to a "Ruel Tucker and family spent learn the finest art in the World also. We did not hear suppose no one ever will be. But supSenator Mrs. T. A. Furkin returned to every body that raises the last Saturday and Sunday- - with "The Art of Living Together." him express his ideas on the pose that last Monday where Franklin said: "Be good to thine enLouisville weed, should turn his attention to the Mrs. Tucker's father, Mr. John emy to gain him; to thy .friend to keep prospects of his nomination at growing of horses, cattle, sheep, she will go, under the knife the " him." goats, nogs, corn, nay, oats, cnicKens did Arnold, jthis time, eggs or anything and everything that second time. The first time r, Ben Thomas and wife, of any relief. Mrs. somebody or something, Both Wounded. Several of our citizens spent a can benefit effect it would have upon not give her visited John Arnold and what a great woman and we Furkin is a fine rfew days of last week on the thS high cost of living. If everybody family last Sunday. would do this, the question would be are certainly in sympathy with A fight occurred in the upper edge of banks of Russell Creek, fishing. settled, Born, to the wife of Walter this county recently between Albert her. West and a man named Atwood. The Dr. S. Simmons and 'James While living in Texas a few years Martin, May 8. a son. P. M. Dennis Eubank has been ago, a man came to my home to spend report here is that one of the men Gilpin were along in the company 1 the night. He professed to be jx confined to his room for the past Jerry Knight "is- a very sick used a Winchester, the other a shot preacher. He lived in what is now gun, and that the trouble came up man with pneumonia. .and they report very good sue Oklahoma. He had married a Choc- tWo weeks. over a woman. Ud to this wrfMnc- taw Squaw, in order to get hold of a Our merchants have returned 'warrants have not been sworn out. Howard, of Green Mrs. Sief The weather has been delightful for the past few days. Our farmers are delighted over the way their corn has come up. The wheat crop in this section s almost a failure this season. A. C. Pulliam, one of the best farmers in the Nell section, was in. our midst last Friday and reports everything moving along nicely in his section. Robert 0. Keltner sold a nice cow to J. F. Pendleton, last week, BY V. L. TAYLOR. M, PK. J. 6u rft. 'rmzH LECTURE "The Art Of Living Together; And Some Other Matters" ' At The Court 25th . .At 8 O'clock '" At lf I I -- -- y a - -- be-lie- - o, well-Ecnow- Clerk-Maxwe- "fric-tionk- ss ' Hud-dlest- on well-know- Ab-she- v -- - H ;r T-- s THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ' PROGRAM Of The Warning io Women Do not neglect Nature's Warn ing Signals. Fourth District Convention Of The If ' you suffer from headache, ner- Christian ,. Church v ' v Which will Convene at Jamestown, on Friday Evening, June ,r vousness, sick stomach, constipation, palpitation, hysterics, or a dull heavy feeling in the head, TAKE HEED for nature is saying to you as plainly as if the words were spoken, ,rI NEED HELP." The tissues, muscles and membranes supporting your womanly organs need strengthening a tonic, need FOOD. STEIXA-VITA- E 4th, at 7:30. PROGRAM 7:30Devotional, W. L. Smith 7:50 " t need Some Present and Pressing Needs of Rural Churches. .Open discussion led by Z. T. Williams, followed by" C. W. Harrison, F. J. Barger and others. ' wfll supply what is needed, will supply it in the form that will bring quickest and most lasting results. STELLA-VITAtested and approved by specialists, has been PROVEN TO BE nature's Great Restorer of strength to the womanly organs. For THIRTY YEARS it has been helping suffering women. E, 8:50 9:00 Appointment of Committees. This is the "Thornhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line and the aid of the most causing hard pulling. ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with." employed to make the Thornhill wagon. long sleeve malleable The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and outcare. For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Each skein is use the finest hickory machine driven fitted to its axle with a Defiance mato insure trie right dish. The hubs are chine infallibly accurate. This machine: of oak "thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right pitch and tuck, makes light draft a certainty. 'vith double refined sable iron. r The The axles are of toughest nickory bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an iron plate at top and bot- the steel axles of the best refined stecL tom, riveted through and through mulThe sides of "Thornhill" beds are tiplying their strength. made of poplar. It costs the makers The "Thornhill" 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 sold "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the under a binding guarantee. Saturday Morning Bible School Session Song Service, led by W. E. Frazee. of master workmen 9:10 9:20 9:40 10:00 led by Roy K. Roadruck. "What Shall we Teach the Child?" Mrs. J. A. Asbury, Roy K. Roadruck. "Linking the Youth and the Church, C. W. Harrison, F. J. Barger. "Symposium Training the Leadership for the Church and Bible Reading and Devotional, School", No matter how many remedies you have tried, no matter how many doctors have failed to help you you owe IT TO YOUR-SEL- F to try this great medicine for the ailments of women. e? THE TRIAL WILL COST YOU NOTHING unless you are benefited. 10:40 11:10 11:50 11:55 1 2:00 1 (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 Young. Address by J. Q. Montgomery, alternate, Bro. Todd. Dedication of Life to Christian Service. Special Music. Appointment of Committees. Adjournment. We have authorized YOUR dealer to sell you ONE bottle on our positive, binding GUARANTEE of "money back if NOT HELPED." AFTER YOU are satisfied lie will sell you six bottles for $5.00. Go or send this very day, this very hour, and get that ONE bottle and be convinced that you have at last set your feet firmly on the road to perfect health and strength Thacher Medicine Company Chattanooga Tenfe Wise and Otherwise. In rest there are always two sold By The Thornhill WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. Saturday Aternoon Session :15 Bible Reading and Devotional, C. -- elements tion. tranquility and ener- Wagon is not the lowest priced W. Harrison. gy; otherwise it is mere stagnaFew of the men who are ing to give you a recommendation would give you a job. will- HMHHMHBHlK!BBaaBHB4 EVERYTHING IN but the best, and in the end the cheapest 1:25 1 :40 1:50 2:00 2;25 2:50 Reports from the Schools and Churches. Reports of Evangelists. 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 Banner, W. E. Frazee, H. B. Guynn. It is the law of influence that we become like those whom we ROOFING AsphaltjGrave!, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence.. habitually admire. The man who has a jolt coming to him seldom realizes it until he strikes out. Really big men are measured 3:30 3:40 3:50 7:30 7:45 8:30 9:2 0 The Election of Officers for the Ensuing Year. Reports of Committees. Adjourned. Saturday Evening Session Bible Reading and Devotional, J. F. King. 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." Alertnate, J. Q. Montgomery. Adjournment. by what they do, not by what they do, not by what they say. It is easy to find a man who is Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- willing to grunt while you lift. W. E. Frazee. inflamTouchiness is ed; it is conceit with a hair trigger. self-lov- CO- - Sunday Morning Session. 9:00 Bible School Session, Conducted by e 10:20 1 1 1:00 1 Address on Christion Education by University Man. Sermon by State Evangelist. Communion service. 6 Eaat Mather street' Set ween first and Brook; :40 12:00 Adjourned for Dinner. The genuine woman never buttons anything that she can pin. Friendship is the nearest thing we know to what religion is. The highest ambition of some thieves is a chicken roost. The more a man knows the less he thinks he knows. Love may be blind, but alimony is an expert oculist. The Bible is a product not a cause of it. of re-ligion, Louisville, Ky. Birdseve view ot our Plant SffilaisSfeSv . rv i Afternoon Session, C. 1 VV. B. M. Program. :30 Devotional, Miss Mary Lucy Lowe. Foreign Missions, Victoria Hughes. 1:45 1:55 "The Beginning; the Success" Miss . . j sj- - 2:05 ' 2:10 2:20 "Historical Sketch of theC. W.B.M." Mrs. Silas Denney. Song, by the Children. "The Childrens Work in the C. W. B. M." Mrs. B. E. Rowe. vA?'1 gmmmmmk ';" ""seCN ---- -- " . .. .flC j& i v C. 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 "Our Literature", Mrs. Josephine Rowe. 2:55 "Is Belief in and Working for Missions, Essential to our FiMrs. Maggie Ruperts. nal Salvation." 3: 0 Address by State Secretary, Mrs. Louise Loos Campbell. "The Circle Work in the 1 V- - 3:45 7:30 Address, Mrs. Z. T. Williams. Sunday Evening Session Address by Returned Missionary. Huerta has decided to make Henderson is preparing to inhis home in this country. crease her tax rate. And with jMany PeopJeln This Town. river bridge, too. never really enjoyed a meal until twe advisedfliein to take a The latest ruling by Attorney General Garnett in regard to the funds raised for road improvement through the issue of bonds and derivable from the state ib another important reason why every taxpayer should vote for issue. a bond y. J. UinHnwc TV 1UUVTTWI r f Largest in Dixie" Hughes 8" Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. imwf IjjyjuB before and after each meal!. Sold OjJy, , jm 25c a box, . Drug Co. Paull ' , Warnings were sent to the A. whole battery of subma-rine- s Lusitania from London and it is receiv-edthewere posted along the sea surprising that after she the steamer did take lane to cut off the escape of the the mid channel course. Lusitania. m WHOLESAT.R Dnnrs FUinric arwwAwa arm mmm w lUnnlHInn-II &WUILI 1 I I V r ri-...- .. ftil I I I i M - Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog ' I Read Our Liberal Paper Offers Sr wear . A , ' fc THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE , w ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 'tft : Published Every Wednesday BY THE Judge I. H. Thurman, of Washington county, knowing that the Adair County News has a good circulation in Green and Taylor Adair County News Company counties, said counties being in his Judicial district, takes the (Incorporated.) opportunity of announcing his to the CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. candidacy for office of Circuit Judge in the Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest district, in said paper. of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair .Eleventh and adjoining counties. He is making the race for re- nomination on his record, and as second Entered at the Co'lumbia he invites a close inspection of his class mail matter. acts since he has been upon the SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR bench. Long before he comserving district as WED. MAY, 19. 1915 menced Judge, the reputation his its Circuit as a lawyer was not only known Announcements. in the counties composing the the district, but throughout the ron circuit coukt clerk. State. As a Judge his opinions We are authorized to announce F. A. Strange a are clearly given, and as a quick candidate for circuit clerk of Adair county, subject to the Democratic primary to be held in dispatcher of business he has August. but few equals, his opinions sel- CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. dom being reversed. He is a Kentucky gentleman, a just We are authorized to announce that W. T. true to the office man, one who delves for the Price is a candidate for of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said party, right, and he is invariably found at the August primary. doing business along that line. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. He feels grateful to his friends trusting that Judge J. C. Carter, of Monroe county, author- for past favors, us to announce his candidacy for izes they will support him in the comh to the office of Circuit Judge in this the district, subject to the action of the Repub- ing August Democratic primary polls Post-offi- - 46to4" Corn Drills? Yes, .$. Black Hawk, Campbell and Superior. Cultivators: Genuine Brown, Buckeye and Brinley Le verless, both Riding arid Walking. Complete Line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggie, Field Seeds and Fertilizer. Let us know what repairs you need at once, so as to save time and postage. The Jeffries Hardware Store, Columbia, Kentucky. Twenty-nint- 04444"Q9"9"Q"Q"fr 4 44"frQQMfrfr To Louisville At Our Expense continues to the East of Tarnow. Hon. John W. Rawlings. the Along the Carpathian front the We are authorized to announce Judge I. H. n lawyer, of Danville,-whos- Austrian advance is believed to Tliurman, of Washington County, a candidate to the office of Circuit Judge in for name has been prominent- have placed the Russians in danthe Eleventh District, comprising the counties ly mentioned as a candidate for ger of being surrounded. Of Green, Taylor, Marion and Washington, subDemocratic party, as ject to the action of the Attorney General, has decided "'The growth of expressed at the August primary. not to enter the contest, but feeling in England since the FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. will, in a short time announce sinking of the Lusitania led to We are authorized to announce'A. A . Hudles-to- for Superintendent of Public In- the announcement by Premier of Cumberland county, a candidate for reAsquith of the governelection ts the office oi Commonwealth's Attorney struction, the latter position apdistrict, subject to the in this the ment's decision to repatriate all action of the Republican voters in said district, pealing to him more strongly. as expressed at the primary to be held the first years he was at aliens over military age from For twenty-fiv- e Saturday in August, 1915. Brithe head of the educational countries with which Great FOR THE STATE SENATE. affairs of Boyle county. He is tain is at war, as well as alien women and children in certain We are authorized to announce D. E. Hatch- not only an educator, but is a cases. er, of Barren county, a candidate for the State lawyer of recognized ability. Senate, subject to the Democratic voters at Unofficial reports from the the August primary. The district is composed of the connties of Barren, Metcalfe and Adair. Hon, E. J. McDermott's secre- Dardanelles state that the Allies tary writes a friend here that have won complete successes in We are authorized to announce R. B. Trigg, candidate for Gov- their campaign for their possessBarren county, a candidate for the State Jefferson's 19th district, subject to the ate from the ernor will speak in Columbia at ion of Constantinople. The aetion of the Democratic voters In the August pmary. The district Is composed of Adair, an early date. Turks are said to be losing Barren and Metcalfe. ground steadily in the land fightFOR TnE LEGISLATURE. DEVELOPMENTS ing, and the effectiveness of reported to have IN WAR SITUATION. their forths is We are authorized to announce H. C. Baker a candidate to represent Adair and Cumberland been impaired greatly by the fire Sn the next Legislature, subject to Jhe action of of the allied warships. French the Republican voters, as expressed at the August primary. ships entered the The British battleship Goliath and British again yesterday and n We are authorized to announce G. L. was torpedoed and sunk at the Dardanelles a candidate to resresent Adair and Cumbombarded forts as far up the berland in the next Legislature, subject to the Dardanelles by a Turkish deaction of the Republican voters of the district, stroyer, with the loss of about straits as the Narrows. as expressed at the August primary. The possibilito of a final TOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. 500 lives. Official announcement victory in Galicia as in to this effect was made y COUNTY. WILLIAM F. KLAIRFAYETTE London, together with the state- a result, of the advance from as Railroad CommissionCandidate for is said by the War Office er Second District of Kentucky, Subject to the ment that two Turkish gunboats Cracow Democratic party in the August action of the Pertograd to have been elim and a Turkish transport had been at Primary. strongly sunk. A British submarine made inated. The Russians, Russell County Announcement. are now occupying its way entirely through the Dardanelles straits into the sea advantageous positions, the War FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. of Marmora, where it attacked Office states, and are preparing to seek revenge. The German We are authorized to announce J. R. McFar-ln- d the Turkish vessels. a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of The French War Office an- victory is attributed to the conRussell county, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said county, as expressed at nounced thac successes had been centration of more than 150,000 the August primary. won in the new offensive move- of the finest German troops along FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. ment of the Allies iust South of a short front in the .neighborIt i3 said hood of Krosno for the sudden We are authorized to announce Lee A. Law- the French border. to the office of less a candidate for captured the fort at blow struck at the Russian line. Circuit Court Clerk of the County of Russell, the French The Union of South Africa subject to the action of the Republican voters Notre Dame de Lorette, with of said county, as expressed at the August primary. many trenches; the village of forces have penetrated further Carency and most of the village into German southwest Africa. Attorney General Garnett ar- of Neuville, and that hundreds of An official statement from Capegued before the Supreme Court, Germans were bayoneted and town announces the capture of Windhoek, capital of the Gerlast week, in favor of the consti- 1,500 taken prisoners. man possession. n tutionality of the A dispatch from Tarnow, Austria Is preparing to prosays the great battle in bill. The bill provides that one claim a state of siege in its terState can not ship liquorjinto dry that region is nearing a conclu- ritory along the Italian frontier territory of another State. sive phase. Terrific fighting in case of war with Italy. The well-knowe anti-Germ- an n, to-da- y at the lican voters, as expressed at the coming August primary. CIRCUIT JUDGE, llTH DISTRICT. for Come We Rebate Railroad Fares according to the plan of the Retail Merchants Association, affording you the advantage of SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS and SATISFACTORY CHOICE in selecting WALL PAPER, CARPETS, RUGS, LINOLEUM, DRAPERIES and LACE CURTAINS Our enormous line of strictly reliable merchandise at rock bottom prices make trading at our store SAFE and SAVING. Twenty-nint- h BIG STOCKS Hubbuch Bros. & Weilentiorff, IXCORPORATED 522 & 524 W. Market St. Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. Exponents of the Slogan It Pays to Buy on Market St. Perry-ma- r WHY and Money Experimenting? WASTE TIME Eye- Aus-tro-Germ- an to-da- The ELASTIK glass Re-ele- ct Will Eliminate Your Trouble. is posi- The ELASTIK tively the best eyeglass on and the market for Neatness, Durability, Comfort, adjustment. The ELASTIK made in Solid Gold and Gold Filled, Guaranteed is We want you to give us a trial. of We want you to judge the efficiency our service. BETTER workmanship, material or service cannot be had anywere. Then, too our prices are sure to please you. MURRAY BALL, Columbia, Ky. Vi exodus of Italians from Austria continues in great numbers and strong Austrian forces are being brought in continually to points near the border. The decision of J Webb-Kenyo- Ga-laci- a, Italy, however, is still to be reached and Parliament may be called upon to assume the re-.4j. sponsibility. iijS' THE ADAIR COUNTYtNE.S - C6 7 Mrs. Lee Robinson, and lived in CoMr. Lon Sims has been awarded the lumbia a number of years. contract for the brick work on a ten Louisville. May 19. Pat Donahue:, Mr. John F. Shaw, a traveling salesman, who is known all over this sec- thousand dollar school building at Chief Deputy Jailer of this, Jeffersoo Tompkinsville. county, a man of unquestioned honestion for his gentlemanly demeanor, ty, and integrity, isamong has been in Columbia and out in the Messrs. J. D. Sharp, Dick Baker Louisville people who endorse Tanlac.. county for several days. and a Mr. Guthrie are feeding 400 the new medicine that is accomplishMr. Robert Ingram and wife and hogs at Amandaville. ing such remarKable results in this: Mrs. Ermine Wilson, Russell Springs, VJX$siSHHl iiiiiiiiiiiiiii. W. MiiMMBMMMK city. Mr. Donahue's statement is as There-wil- l be a Missionary rally at were here a few days ago The two follows: former came over after their sons Mt. Carmel church next Saturday. "itgives me great pleasure to recBros. Chandler, Wagoner and Hill who were in the Lindsey-Wilsoommend Tanlac, as I have found it will make addresses. Every body inMr. Dudly McFarland, Mr J. T. quite beneficial in my case. I have vited. Dinner on the ground. Goodman and wife, Mr. John Ballou used the medicine for a general runand Miss Callie McFarland, all of The new Amandaville Christian down condition of the system." Rowena, were here to attend the mu- Church will be dedicated the 5th SunThe demand of Tanlac, the preparaMiss day in this month. Every body in- tion referred to by Mr. Donahue, is? sical recital in Lindsey-WilsoAlma McFarland being one of the vited, dinner on the ground - Eld. Z. now very great in Louisville, and graduates. T. Williams preach the dedicatory increasing. In this connec- L. T. Cooper, who is personally sermon. tion, Dr. R. W. Browder, of Russellville, directing the introduction of the faNashville, and Dr. Gross Alexander, of Harry Martin, a young man who mous medicine, said: who are very much interested in the lives near Tarter, got his right leg "I am, indeed, gratified to see suchs Lindsey-Wilso- n school, being mem- broken in two places last Friday, marked enthusiasm, as I now feel jusbers of the Board of Education, ar- while logging. It will have to be am- tified in my prediction that Tanlac rived last Wednesday and remained putated. would prove just as successful in? HON. A. STANLEY until the following Menday. Louisville as it has in the larger citMr. Wv J. .Jones, of Sparksville, has ies. The system, Miss Pearl Nave, Helen Atkinson, besides being puriDemocratic candidate for Governor, will address Myrtle Haukins, Sue King, Elizabeth a Jersey one year and twelve days old fied by Tanlac, is toned up and invig- voters of Adair county, Court House, in Co- Clark, teachers in the High and Grad with a beautiful calf by her side. She orated, as the preparation, aside from? is well developed, a pure bred 1 o'clock in after- ed School, left Saturday morning for shows marks of an extra milker. and assisting the blood, reinvigorates the? lumbia, Saturday, May 29, their respective homes. They carry constitution, overcoming, as it seems. noon. Mr. Stanley is an speaker and a the best wishes of the people of this Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Ellis desire to to quickly do, nervousness, ,ndigestiora community The three former lanonassimilation of food, headaches,, cordial invitation is extended to everybody. dies will not return, having accepted return their heartfelt thanks to all backache, dizziness, kidney comtheir friends and neighbors who man- plaints, general rundown condition of positions elsewhere. ifested so much kindness to them Rev. A. R. Kasey, formerly the pas since theii residence and contents the system, and many othar comMies Pearl Bradshaw of Montpelier, tor of the Columbia Methodist Church, plaints that are so common to thousspent last week with Miss Uell Hind-ma- was here to attend the closing exer- were consumed by fire. ands in this section. "Tanlac is especially valuable in caand to visit cises in Lindsey-Wilso- n The board of Equalization accepted tarrhal affection of the mucous memMiss Mary Caldwell, of Milltown, his old friends. He is now the Pre the property list for taxation, as reMr. Walker Bryant was in Frank- visited Miss Mabel Hindmau, a few siding Elder of the Elizabethtown dis- turned by the County Board of Adair branes, which I consider the foundafort a day or two of last week. days of last week. ' trict and he resides in Elizabethtown county. Barren county was raised tion of most ailments and diseaes People who are affected with catarrh Mr. Jo Itosenfield, of Middlesboro, Mr. R. C. Faulkner's family, of the 8 per cent Hon. C. F. Montgomery and Mr. W. of the head, thioat and stomach visited his family here last week. C. Cundiff, Liberty, were here at the Griffin Spring, who occupied Mr. G. P. moody and depressed, with There are eighteen automobiles Smith's residence five months during owned in Columbia at this time, and an occasional dull headache, accumuMr. B. H. Bowlin, Campbellsville, opening of court Lindsey-Wilsothe of was here the latter part of last week. Rev S G. Shelly, of Glasgow, was the session the school, will leave if the Dixie Highway should come lations in the nose and throat, affectchildren being in this way there will not be space ed memory, and a depreciated sense of Mr. H. C. Hitidman is at home this here at a meeting of the Board of Edthis week for their Taylor county enough to build garages to hold them smell and taste, which finally results-iucation. week. home. Mrs. Faulkner made many acan affected hearing." Mr. M. R. Yarberry, of Louisville, quaintances during her stay, and she Mr. G. M. Miller, Tompkins ville, A creditable statement of the conTaulac can now be bought in Columspent Sunday and Monday, shaking was very much liked by the people of dition of the First National Bank is bia Page & Taylor's drug store. wss here Monday. at published in The News this- week. Mr. M. C. Winfrey spent last week hands with his Adair county friends. Columbia whom she met. Mr R B. Trigg, Democratic candiin Kussell county. Communion services at the Presbydate for the State Senate, was here Mr. P. C. Jones, East Fork, was terian church, next Sunday forenoon. Additional Locals. Monday. here at the opening of circuit court. Mr. R. C. .Faulkner, Griffin Springs, Concreting in front of the Baptist Mr. Pete Depp, of Metcalfe county, was here to .attend the exercises in the church and steps to entrance of same was here at the opening of court. Times getting better. Steel dropLindsey-Wilsoprogress. The work will ped in the market. !Now is the time is now in Mr. E. C. Pope, Franfort, was here Bring your Wool to us ana? Mr. W. E. Morgan and wife, of to get a nice steel water tank and probably be completed this week, if Monday. conditions do not interfere. get best cut prices, or let us work Amandaville, were here during the Kitchen sink' from S. F. Eubank weather Mr. Dan E. Hatcher, Jr., was here closing of the Lindsey-WilsoCall and see them. Columbia will not appear so lively it up for you into our Extra largethe first of the week. 27-Miss Delia Grasham, who has been for the next three months, as the Blankets, Heavy Linsey, JeansMr. E. B. McLean, traveling salesvisiting "datives in Sherman Tex?s, schools have closed until the first of I keep on hands a full stock of September. The pupils will be great- and Jeans Coats and Pants, Ex man, was here Monday. is at home with her mother, Mrs. coffins, caskets, and robes. I also "keep ly missed from church, the Sunday Mr. W. B. Faulkenburg, James- Betfcie Grasham, who resides near Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and Knitting Yarn, FlanrColumbia. town, was here Monday. Schools, and the passing to and from tra Quality two hearses. Prompt service night or College buildings. Mr. S. E. Biidgewater and Mr. El- day. els, Coverlets, Etc. If you live Mr. Ben Shirly, of Edmonton, was Residence Phone 29, office the streets to the mo Strange were in Burkesville all phone 98. day of court. here the first Mr. F. H. Durham, of this place, a long Distance away, gather up-last week, engaged in guttering the 45-- yr J. F. Triptett, Glasgow, was Mr. A. W. Pedigo, sold an 81 acres lot, in Merrimac, Taynew hotel. few bunches and come on, you Columbia. Ky. Ad lor county, to Bennett Henson for with his Columbia friends this week. Mr. W. W. Kindrick, of Monticello, 5350 have a good bed here and room n inMr. Ed X. Caldwell, was here to attend the double wed1 now have the EasiestPump on the surance solicitor, Glasgow, was here a ding which occurred last Wednesday for your team free. For samples market. Call and see my stock before week. few days of last morning. prices, etc., address, buying. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 27-S. F. Eubank. Mr. Sam Burdette and wife, of Ma. Messrs. L. A. Burns and If. M. E. L. REECE, Mgr. rion county, visited here several days Moss, of Springfield, were here a few of last week. days ago, in the rnterest of the CenFOR SALE. -- White Faced Black SpanWoolen Mills Mrs. Shelby Oates and her Httleson. tral route, Dixie Highway. ish eggs; 75c. for 15. Full StocK. Mrs. Oates parDanville, are visiting Mrs It. L. Bayne and Miss Lyda Mrs. E. L. Feese, Columbia, Ky. Box 173. Jamestown, Ky. ents, JRev. and Mrs. J. F. Hogard. Bayne, of Horse Cave, were registerMr. F. P. Hager, Paintsville, Dem- ed at the Hancock Hotel a few days Wanted, pasture for two mares Make Sure With an ocratic candidate for State Treasurer, since. Jo M. Harris, with colts. was in Columbia last Thursday. .Columbia, Ky. Mrs. T. A. Firquin and Miss Annie L. P., and B. J. Hardesty, Farris, Cane Yalley, who are in in Messrs. Lebanon, were here the latter part of firmaries, Louisville and Lebanon, are I am prepared to do any kind" of Tin,' I have secured the services of Chas Mo., an expert week. Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c. 1 last L. Cook, of Mexico doing nicely. man and am now preparmake Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized saddle horse Mr. J. R. Garnett returned last Mr. John Franks and wife, of DanTanks, Sand Pumps and any other a few horses to educate to ed to take Thursday, from a professional visit ville, who many years ago were res- saddle and harness.. If you have a thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call to Frankfort. At the time you 'Jclick" the idents of Burkesville, were here last horse that needs educating, call .and at my shop if you need any thin&in my Messrs. X. B. Faulkenburg and Ez- Thursday, en route to their old home. shutter you know the who? line or repair work in tin or sheet iraat see me. ra Mooie were here from When? Why? or How? of a pic28-A. S. Chewning. Over L. "W. Bennetts's Store--. Messrs. J. F, King and F. M. Flafct, town, Monday. ture hut later-M- ake Prof. J. T. C. Noe, Lexington, was Creelsboro, attended the Dixie HighS. E. Bridgwaters,. Sure. The Autographic Prices on Rubber Tires gone down. registered at the Hancock Hotel way meeting at Campbellsville, Thursday of last week. Kodak enables you to write it on Call and see me Before buying. Best Thursday afternoon. S. F. Eubank. the film at the time you are in pos- -, rubber used Mr. C. G. Meece, who spent a year Mrs. M. Cravens and her son, Mr. 27-session of all tho facts. or two in Columbia, was here a few Edwin Cravens, visited Mr. dnd Mrs. The Autogrphic record may days ago, from Dunnyille. Tim Cravens, Tompkinsville, last For tale. include valuable data or interestMr. Paul Greer, an attorney of week. always it will ing information WW Glasgow, was here at the opening of Hon. Matt S. Cohen, cf Richmond, contain something that will add imframing, etc. Culled lumber, of court. measurably to the point of the picDemocratic candidaue for Commis- Prices from 25 cents to 81 per hundred Bourbon Poultry Cure JamesMr. E. E. Lloyd and wife, ture in the years sioner of Agriculture, was here Mon- It is on the Grant farm. cures, down a chick's throat drink-i- ne same day. town, and Mr. Lilburn Phelps, sapes. A few drops In the A. B. Corbin. 28-We havo a complete line of water cares and place, were here the first of the week. cholera and other Autographic kodaks. , Mr. Jo Milligan and wife, of Louischick diseases. One 50 bottle Mr. and Mrs. E. Mann, of Creelsbo- - ville, are Milli-gan- 's 12 eallonsof medicine. At' Fair at Burkesville will, comtnates The at the home of Mrs. ro, visited relatives in' Columbia the all drnesrfsts.or by maUpxistpald.. brother, Mr. R. H. Price, for the mence Tuesday, August 10, and, will vamaDie poultry-t-u-iof the week. first BQUBBQI KEKBt C&. UXIGTQI, KU continue four days. summer. well-know- D -.. n. n, E Hatcher, Democratic The contest between the Tabernacandidate for the State Senate, came cle and Durinville Sunday Schools CHIEF DEPUTY in Saturday and remained until Tues- closed last Sunday and Tabernacle day. won by 41,000 points. This is an honJAILER AIDED. Mr. B. L. Simpson, wife and chil- or that every member of the Taberdren, and Mr. J. W. CoIHds, Barkes nacle school should enjoy and especville. visited in Columbia the first of ially its Superintendent, Mr. W. R. ' Knifley, and his efficient chors of the week. Pat Donahue, of. Jefferson; teachers and workers. Mr. Jo Sanders and wife, of CampCounty, is Benefited by bellsville, visited here last week. Mrs. Half price on all hats and other Sanders, before her last marriage, was goods. Tanlac Eubank & Summers. Mr. D. 0. the at the at the entertaining Personals. n. n, n - Wool Wanted n. n. 3t - - a 1, well-know- 3t Farmers TIN WORK. Autographic Kodak 2t ySllllllWlllJlw 3t tmAKkrs UKIJK :. fiWR 4t prevents-diarrhoe- MURRAY BALL. ? ,t & i - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS There is no limit to the possibilities, for there will be no to the demand. i p- -. Dost off Your Brains. Listen sit up take notice! Every ounce of your brains be needed in commercial life this year and mofe, if you had them. sdll not agree with me." Our advice of them is to take a "I cannot eat this or that food, it does People Say To Us to-al- l City showed that cobwebs give them full sway. some 200 marriageable girls in Better times are being felt even the second largest livestock marFarm Notes. now all over the country opporket city in the world had never tunities are opening up to us e Jackson County, Missouri, is seen a live member ot the prosperity is knocking "at our offering boys $1,250 in prizes for family. Paull Drug Co. Dust them off get rid of the before and after each meal. 25c a box. try and seeing a pig run across a yard asked what animal it was. On receiving the informatio that the scampering beast was a hog, she exclaimed, "Why, it has hair!" This led to an in quiry on the subject and a can vass of all the high school girls in Kansas Maxwell Cabriolet body on the famous 1915 "Wonder Car" chassis. When closed, a handsome, snug coupef When open, a racy roadster, as clean cut in appearance as any runabout at any price. it it all-weat- pro-cin- door. i Dust off your brains! acre soy bean crops, first prize being $200. Take a Put them and your capital to Gene Cattle, fish farmer of work reconstructing our batter- Hutcherson, Kan., who has seved commercial life inject new en big ponds, recently shipped energy into the farmers and our out a car of fish to market. business enterprises spread the Sewing, canning and tomato gospel of confidence abroad in growing clubs will be organized the land and boost for our own among all of the six counties of community. Kansas. The boys Southeast Dust off your brains! will grow corn and sorghum. Then go to work and use them The National Council of Farget every ounce of energy out mers' Associations of them make every moment will investigate the feasibility of count for greater and better Farmers' elevator companies to A N SS Tonight "" It will act as a laxative in the morning Paull Drug Co. - Every Road is a Maxwell Road up-to-da- te, Educational. year-roun- This car is an economical automobile for d use of one, two, or three passengers. A very interesting investigation, of wide reaching importance, has recently been made in the case of 1400 students, who having all graduated in 1908 from various high schools, taken at random, in the Central States, all the strength durance of the other Maxwell Models. It has all the power all the en- $840 Fully Equipped. Electric Starter $55 extra things. Opportunity! It is ours and it is the oppor tunity of a lifetime, ' the great opportunity of our national ex istence. Shake up your brains! ' Get out and hustle Work to a purpose arise to the occasion and be equal to the emergency. For such a golden opportunity has never been before and may never be again. Polish up your brains oil up their works put them in condition for meeting the demand of five years. the hour. later on entered some college. The facts disclosed that only operate terminal elevators. Increasing use of the national 56 of these 1.400 students entered college immediately after forests by local farmers and setgraduating from the high school; tlers to supply their needs for 24 per cent, waited one year, 8 timber is shown in the fact that per cent., waited two years, and small timber sales on the forests 12 per cent., waited three years numbered 8,298 in 1914, against before they entered college to continue their education. 6,182 the previous year. This educational retardation in Minnesota is now second to the case of 44 per cent, of colIowa in per cent of pure-bre- d lege students is certainly worthy stallions, according to J. S. Mont- of consideration in its bearings gomery, Secretary of the Stal- on the individual and on the lion Registration Board. On community in which the student March 10 last there were 1,875 has his home and where he ex pure-bre- d stallions in the state, pects to be a cooperative factor in its professional or commercial an increase of 34 per cent in activities. jp I flbHf BUCELAiSrISr, LYON CfCORPORATED CAMPBELLLVILIXE, KE.NTCCUV. DKtrihntnrs for Taylor, Creen and Adair Counties. CO... There's work ahead for them occupation for every ounce of them. Getting Results. in- Once upon a time a man Opportunity was never great- vented glasses with which peoer than it is today. ple could see their own faults. Its knockings at our doors He starved to death Cincinwere never more insistent than nati Enquirer. now. Once upon a time a preacher his girl that she was not the onThe great nations of Europe ly girl he had ever kissed. She will swamp us with their orders dropped dead. Houston Post. for manufactured articles and Once upon a time a woman foodstuff and Europe pays with told her husband that she would gold. meet him at 3 o'clock and was at the appointed place five minutes Dust off your brains! We have opportunities right before hand. Then bawled him out for keeping her waiting. here at home. Detroit Pres3. We want to improve them to make the most of them. Saw Hog. Never a Trade possibilities were never better there was never a greater demand for American productsand yet a few short months from now the demand will be tremendously increased told his congregation just what they deserved to hear. He was lynched. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Once upon a time a lover told and Sell and draw in our full share of We must Produce incident shows that 200 girls in The market is here is wait- various Kansas City high schools ing for our goods, for our prod- have never-seea hog. It had ucts of the soil for everything been related that a high school that we can produce. girl recently went to the coun- n the gold. Inquiry following a humorous Certainly it is poor economy to permit an individual who might do expert work as a student to become an inefficient servant in society during an inhouse-painti- ng terval of relative immaturity, and later, when he might be performing expert service in society to keep him engaged in the work of preparation. No one would deny that he can perform but a relatively low Hi grade service in society during the years just following high school graduation. Nor has it That will make satisfaction certain. yet been demonstrated that he is proportionately more efficient as This paint has been endorsed by a student during later years. master-painter- s for 25 years. It gives The logical conclusion is that a beautiful, durable finish. Works during the earlier years the insmoothly and spreads easily. dividual can make a success as a student, and that he cannot dur"Made to Wear" ing this period be much of a success in any vocation which reComes in 49 beautiquires higher education as a ful tints and shades, preparation. If the vocation which the student expects to enFormula appears on ter demands a higher education, every package. then his discourse ought to be continuous to that end and should . Sold by be so planned that he may contemplate it at the earliest age "possible. 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