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Ml- - ' V wjp -- - jjjr ,. ."Y T" a 3fe' T'Cm lt AOAm'CqUSW, KENTUCKYaWEWESDAY, County Illiteracy Meets. The members, of the Illiteracy Commission of Adair county met in Supt. Huffaker's office last week. Supt. Huf-fakwas elected President of the Commission and.W. M. Wilson, Supt. of the Columbia Graded and High Schools, Secretary. The Commission decided to, n and hereby does request that each of the pastors throughout the county, who relighave charge of churches ious denomination, to preach a sermon bearing on "Education, and Abolition of Illiteracy from the Borders of the State," some time during the month of July. The Commission has been almost assured by the State Illiteracy Commission that we will be able to secure Senator Ollie James for a speech on "Illiteracy in Kentucky," sometime during the month of August. The purpose of these county Illiteracy Commissions is to assist the State Illiteracy Commission in the great work begun to drive Illiteracy from the borders of our Sate. A great work is being done throughout the State in assisting numbers who have been so unfortunate as not to learn to read and write, to do so. Let the people of Adair assist in every, way possible and continue again this year, when the time comes, the work so well begun last year in her Moonlight Schools. Let's hasten the day when there will not be a person in Adair county who will be unable to read and "write. er of-any MAY, 26, 1915. NUMBER 30 Complimentry. We clip The Dixie Highway. Commission Jury Disagreed. The jury in the case of the Com- monwealth against Mr. W. T. Ottley, charged with4 being implicated in changing the ballots in West Colum after, the November bia precinct, election, 1913, failed to agree. We deem it unnecessary to set up the case, as it is familiar to every body in Adair and adjoining counties. The trial was commenced last Thursday afternoon and the argument was concluded Saturday night at 9 o'clock, the jury taking the case at 8:30 o'clock, Sunday morning. At 10:30 the foremen reported that an agreement could not be reached, and at 11:30 the jury filed into the conrt room and announced that they were hopelessly hung. It stood, aix for acquittal, six for con Official Call for Repuplican Coun- The Dixie Highway from the Great City News, Kansas: Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, was de"Chas. Sanders has been employed cided by Commissioners of seven as principal of the school at Ferguson, states at Chattanooga last Saturday. which will begin in September. Mr. They decided to make two routes, Sanders has taught three successive West and East, extending South from terms at the Morgan school, which is Indianapolis, the first via- Louisville, evidence or his satisfactory services." the other via Cincinnati. Judge H. Mr. Sanders is a son of Mr. W. F. C. Baker and Dr. W. F. Cartwright Sanders, of this county, and a young represented Adair county in the meetman who is proving his worth in a ing at Chattanooga, Columbia being country where energy and ability must on what was termed as the Central" be employed to meet public approval. route. They put up a good fight and We also notice in the same paper that had a good cause, as the central was Eldridge Sanders, another son of W. much the shortest, but the efforts F. Sanders, has succeeded in making they made lost, and that is the end of an entry on 320 acres of Colorado land it tor the present. and we are informed that he has also secured a lucrative position in busiResolutions. ness which will pay well while maturing his title It gives us pleasure to get good reports from the young men Whereas, A large part of the who leave our county and join in the civilized world is now engaged upbuilding of other section, but it in the most gigantic struggle ever would be much more desirable if our known to mankind, a conflict that is nervy young men would remain and directly or indirectly affecting the help in the awakening and reconstruc- lives and interestsof every man, woman and child in the whole world; and tion of the old home land. Whereas, Complications are. daily arising which are seriouosly endangerThe Knocker's Creed. ing the peaceful relations of oar own country, and threaten to bring to our I believe that nothing is right, I be- own doors the horrors of modern warlieve that everything is wrong. I be- fare; and lieve that I alone have the right idea. Whereas, Believing that the united The town is wrong, the editor is wrong, efforts otour great fraternity would the teachers are wrong, the people are have a influence in prowrong, the thingsthey are doing is moting peace and preventing the wrocg and they are doing them in the spread of human strife; Therefore be wrong way anyhow. I believe I could it fix things if they would let me. If they Resolved, By Columbia Lodge No don't I will get a lot of other fellows 230 1. O. O. F. of the State of Kenlike myself and we will have 'a law tucky, composed of 35 representative passed to make others do things the men, that we sincerely regret these way WE want them done. deplorable conditions, and hereby I do not believe that the town ought pledge ourselves to use every means in to grow. It is too big now. I believe in our power to support, uphold" and enfighting every public improvement and courage every honorable effort that is, in spoiling everybody's pleasure. I am or may be made, not only to preseave always to the front in opposing things our own neutrality, but to end this and never yet have I advanced an idea blooody carnage. Be it further or supported a movement that would Resolved, That we impress upon the make people happier or add to the members of Congress, the President pleasure of man woman or child. I am and his Cabinet, and all others in auopposed to fun and am happiest at a thority, the necessity of "sitting funeral. I believe in starting reforms steaday in the boat" and not allowing that will take all the joy out of life. questionable points of honor, nor the It's a sad world and I am glad of it desires of those who seek personal Amen. gain only, to influence them in their intercourse with the warrjingjiations, and be it further ;"J$ Jurors. publls"fratir, 'poResolved, That we a sition to the world, so Mthatyllmay The following gentlemen made up know that Friendshij3Cay4ind the two juries for the present term of Truth are not mere unmegjBllDgfotas y n.a cl circuit court: upon our lips, but, the si'&.'x&irB the following from the Bluff ty Convention. The Republicans of Adair county are hereby called to meet in mass convention . - bia Ky., at ope o'clock p. m., on Saturday, June 12, 1915, for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the State convention, called to be held in the city of Lexington, Ky., at 12:30 o'clock p. m., June 15 1915, for the purpose of adopting a platform embodying the principles upon which the Republican party and its nominees will ask the support of the Electors of Kentucky at the November election, 1915. ! at th,e Court House in Colum- so-call- ed far-reachi- See Men's Suits and Low Cot Shoes Neat & Murray's. 30-- 2t at Pound. A Green back bill on bench in courthouse. The owner can have same by calling at this office, describe it and " paying for this notice. H. O. Mullinix. Grow Buckwheat. '- 1 GKA.KD JURYJJ ?"'-- J. P. Dohoney, foreman1,1 lJ'.JI. J. T. Dudley, 0. -- ' Stand-berr- y, b'f(qur mi'e kdopt!ed x?x" .' hearts. . this.he , -- c v ' Ki 20th I Oic "V&grian4, jater ana ge&gooa results.' xu . . 6"-- " is too important to overlook Its grow1 ing in this section. I have plenty to Decoration Day. supply this entire section and if you " will try a small crop I will offer extra one within a inducement to any May the 30th will be Decoration radius 'of two 'miles of my farm. Day, and the following is the program Buckwheat flour makes the best of for services at Bearwallow: MAT S. COHEN, The following program will he ren- cakes and if the farmers of this sec Williams, Jno. A. Darnell, Ernest Prof. Hill at 9 1st Singing-b- y Hadley, O. B. Conover, H. A. Hurt, dered by the auxiliary of the C. W. tion would grow the grain certainly Democratic Candidate for Com- o'clock a. m. 2nd Reading by Mary Burton. Fed Grider, Z. A. Hayes. W. T. Reese, B. M , Tuesday, June 7, at 230 p. m., some miller would prepare for grindmissioner of Agriculture. ing and bolting it. Get the buckThos. McDermott, S. H. Absher, R. in the Chistian church. 3rd Preaching by Jo and Frank Turwheat habit and you will not regret Song 41. G. Price, Mont Harmon, N. G.- - Coltelephone lines in Columbia ner at 10 a. m. The it. I have the Silver hull and Jap and.the suburbs have become so numBible Study "The Lad of John VI lins. M. C. Harmon, Cortez Sanders 4th Decoration. anese varieties. Mrs. B. E. Rowe. N and J. R. Christie. 5th Dinner. erous tharr it requires the services of C. S. Harris Prayer Mrs. Maggie Ruberts. S. P. Sullivan and I. D. Burton two linemen to keep them in perfect Song 87. in the afternoon. Every body , working order. The company is givNotice. Buy your buggy harness from Casey Minutes. service, regardless of cordially invited to come and bring ing first-clas-s 30-Jones' Store. d baskets. expense. f Roll Call Responded to by scripture The postoffice at Garlin has been re- quotations. T. J. Holmes ) exLast Friday and Saturday were established and all parties living in J. B. Burton ) Com. Business Period. . Mr T. E Jeffries met with a very amination days and a great many days J Milt Smiiy the "Vester and Garlin neighborhood "The child at worship" Miss Vic and a great many teachers were before painful accident last Friday morning. should have their mail directed to Hughes. , will publish the names He was loading into, a wagon some Garlin, where I will give you the best Hidden Answers Mrs. W. R. Myers. the board. We Mr. J. El Montgomery has had his his of those who were awarded ce'tificates well casing, a piece dsoppibg f 10m Solo "Life and Light Forever" service in my power. right foot. residence repainted .which adds greatas soon as they are handed fnbythe grasp, falling upon his D. M. MoOre. Mrs. W', M. Wilson. For Feveral days he will be doing a ly to its appearance. Mr. W. T. Mcboard. Reading "The, Night Cometh" Farland did the painting. limping business. Thanks. Mrs Z. T. Williams. Last week C. G. Jeffries and A D. Offering. The wool market has been quite 'Squire C. C. Reece, met with an Patteson, of this town, purchased " Benediction. for the last two or three accident last Friday while en'route to from the Brook View Stock Farm, lively here Shandon, O., 5. 17, 15. Z. T. Williams, Pres. Marvin Young reMrs. Lancaster, Mo., a registered Hamp- weeks. R.K., and bought over four Columbia with a wagon loaded with Adair County News: Mrs. Silas Denney, Sec'y port that they have produce. Near the Pettisfork ford, on shire brood sow, 18 months old, mated Enclosed find $1.00 for which please ,Mo., thousand pounds at from 20 to 28 Gradyville road, his wagon came very with the champion Hampshire of enter my subscription for the length Mr. J. R. Tutt, merchant and farm" and also the champion of all breeds at cents per pound. near upsetting and Mr.' Reece was of time for which $1.00 pays. I do not er, of Milltown, was here Thursday. I the St. Louis Fair. She tips the beam thrown to a rocky place on the sandknow your rates. I received 2 copies Ttar.ween forty and fifty teachers head was cut in several He stated that since the recent rains at 325 gounds and due to farrow the last fall through the kindness of Mr. board of examiners bar. His crops in his section were looking well, last of this month. She is unquestion- were before the Saturday. places and he was also bruised about Page and found the spirit of your pa. last Friday and the body. However, he was able to per suited me better than any paper the wheat having come out wonder- ably as fine a specimen of the breed as fully. Several farmers had set their could be found any where and cost reach town. I have ever read. There is something . fininmhia. Lodee. No. 96, F and A . '. linr-- r tobacco, one man putting out six acres the gentlemen J whe purchased ... in the form of expreMasons win meet last Wednesday. He also stated that The rain last Sunday did considerssion that I find in no other membership is Invited: All-th- e Dohoney, a he called to see Mr. N. B. 1 wish the weekly edition. able damage in'various sectioas of the Tones'''"I mA few days ago, and found him in feeble JTartitrt Watson county, the land'being terribly wash Very Respectfully, . J health. He is now in his 98 th year.- S0'4t fltor ed. R. H. Wilawr. .m few days ago, a daughter. & ? V.b cfal& W. Richards. PETIT JUBY. t Cut Shoes, alsQ.MenY&its. Hobt. Conover, Sol McFarland, L. 30-2- L IE. Willis, J. C. Humphrey, J. B. Kelt-.ne- r, D. B. Finn, Hudson Conover, T, W. Wheat, H. A. Murrell, V. H. Program. Blair, W. S. Pickett, G. T. Flowers, J. W. Walker, F. D. Firkin, Finis Xucien Yarberry, P. V. XuriaiffH. W. Cundiff, J. J. England,1- - We Bryant, S. W. Absher, sT'oHriAnlltf 1 I T.R.r.TflffilUivS J &SSj s.j.";-x..- --' J.iCStrafe: nzsji. "C For three reasons every farmer in this section should raise buckwheat. First, it is a nutrition grain, none better for hogs or poultry or in fact, when ground and mixed with corn can not be surpassed for horses and cattle. Second, makes excellent bee pasture and comes'at, a,. time 'when wild flowers and clovers have been ex- juuiateu. iiniAjviy i jrion uuie anu wmau-fiiiill- v peracreinannomj-wjieai- i imnrove 'the? land.. From.the middle to the last ol June is ia splen- 11-yu- All known Republicans, including former Progressives, who now claim to be Republicans, have a right viction. to participate in this convention. Ten of the jurors were Casey county Adair county is entitled to 19 votes in citizens and two Adair county citizens the State convention. We are informed that eleven of the W. F Sanders, Chairman. jury were Democrats, one Republican. The most remarkable feature of the Charley Barlett has just finished jury's make up, ten were Catholics. repainting Mr. Brack Massie's resiThe defense was represented by Mr. dence, a great improvement. Press Sandidge, Burkesville, and Mr. W. A. Coffey and R. L. Campbell, this place, the two former arguing I have a thoroughbred Aberdeen Bull at my farm. One dollar at the for that side. gate. I join Bob Conover and B. E. The State was represented "by Mr Rowe. Leslie' Willis. A. A. Huddleston, Commonwealth's 30-Attorney, and Mr. Gordon Montgomery, who made arguments for the There will be a civil 'service examState. ination at Lebanon, Ky., Saturday, June 12. At the close of the examHear the Lecture. ination the Commissioners expect to make certification to fill a contemRev. F. A. Hamilton will deliver his plated vacancy in the post office at lecture, "The Art of Living Togeth- Cane Valley, this county. The comer" at the court house this (Tuesday) pensation at this office for the last fisevening. Mr. Hamilton is entertain- cal year, was $282. Age limit: males, ing and he has a treat in store for all 21 years and over; females, 18 years and over. Applicants must reside who willl- put in an appearance. within the territory supplied by the office. Applications must be "filed Kelly Springfield and Firestone Rubwith the Commissioner at Washington ber Tire put on by Gotf Bros. at least seveu days before the examGill & Waggener have installed a ination. sodafountain'and opened xm ice cream The Directors of the Columbia, Fair parlor in the side room of jtliir store All kinds of cool drinks, and every- -' Association met a few days ago and thing kept in perfect order. A share decided to hold a Fair in Columbia Tuesday, August 17, 1915, and continof the trade of the town i. uaked uing four days. Mr. Allen Walker 30 2t was chosen President and Mr. J. B. Coffey, Secretary. 30-3- b 2t - tV 30-t- f. BBBBBBiij jjgg&j i J. ... - wuun ,a guuu aiqi cimBUJ bow it gram uuu.iu ctuuo ounu mi- yjeiu. ui. ner-o- r There will be an excursion from Campbellsville to Cincinnati, May 30,' on the following scheduler" Leave l a. m.,r arrive in Cincinnati . at noon. Leave, Cincinnati returning 8:30 p. m'. Fare $3.00. This train, vVill'ulsb tuff 'into (Union Station Louisville, for thf accommodation of iLouisvllle passengers. Fare to Louis--. cdlle$lS60. Many, points" of interest including game of basein. the National League. Don't ball miss the, opportunity for a cheap ride IS " 5 3 - ' ' tvJ '.' r -- will-preac- h V 3t well-fille- - , k r f! I beautiful pa-.pe- r. 1 ..,?''? 1OH -- her-$!7400.- .- -..., - f -- JOClCiiWi it fc. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS crops some although brought in $300. and $400 per mer. sold fpr 1914 taxes at the Ttadto'be acre. (souct house door June 7, 1915. The year 1816 was known The potato crop is being dug Or Monday, June 7, 1915, at the Ky., the throughout the United States as now. It was cut short by the oouct house door in Columbia, same being the first day of a regular the year without a summer. late frost, although it is turning fcermof the Adair County Court, at p. m., or thereabout, I will January of that year was so out very well, bringing $4.75 offisr for sale to the highest bidder for per barrel on the platform. .saeh. in hand the following described mild that rrost people would Florida. Sweet land of our itracts at land, or a sufficiency thereof have let their furnaces go out ico satisfy the tax and cost for the adoption. Our hearts ever prompt ;yearof 19H, of the following named had they had any, and February a loving tribute to your gentle was only occasionly colder. District No 2 motherhood. On your page is Wellington Redmon, 118 acres March and , April coaxed the written the dark tale of those .joins Nathan Murrell, tax $3 02 buds and flowers out, and May who in the long ago flew the and cost Balance ' District No 3 Colored was a winter month with ice flag of death. Of daring advenISlizabeth Hughes 14 acres and snow. By the end of May tures who in romantic illusion oins James Hughes tax 1 45 and cost everything perishable had been vainly sought the secret of life. District No. 7 Colored Her sunny skies and pleasant )Sacger heirs 4 acres joins R. killed by the cold, and the young shorse, ocean inlets and inland 1 35 Ingram, tax and cost leaves had been stripped from waters were a tempting refuge , 7 District No .E. . Shaw 5 acres joins the trees. June was as cold as to those who sailed under the Rev. Hogard tax and cost Both 'snow and ice were black flag. Not less inviting to 7 28 May. Balance Sheriff's office Columbia, Ky., May 9, common throughout the month the great sailor whose quest so S. H. Mitchell, .1915. all over the corn belt, and after golden in promise, yet, lies in Sheriff Adair Ccunty Ky. 6 having planted corn two or three some undiscovered world. She comes to us as she came land Sale. times the farmers threw up to those of old, with the same their hands. 'Snow fell 10 inches kindly smile, tendering her unMonday .June 7, at ! will onhour of one o'clock 1915, m., deep in Vermont, The following p. tibout the rivaled charms and her endless utbeing thefirstday of a regular term! winter was the hardest the 0. wonders. Nature, ever lavish ofthe Adair County Court, at the courthouse door in Columbia, Adair pie of the United States have with her gifts, surely played her County, Kentucky, offer for sale and a favorite and left on her fair .sell to the highest and best bidder on ever known. One had to have 3k credit of six months with 6 per cent, stockade around one's smoke- - face the imprint of its sweetest jpec annum interest from date of sale kiss. Extending far into the iboad with approved security required house. blue waters of the sea, her shores undiof the. purchaser the This seems to be without any washed by the greatest of rivers, ivided interest cf C. C. Roe, Jr. Said interest was inherited from his fath- probable relation to the cold the mysterious stream that deer, E. T. Roe, deceased, subject to the winds which whistled through viates but the once as if to cjliCe interest of Mrs. E. F. Roe, to Execution No. 2004 issued from the streets of St. Louis last week aressto turn ocean ward, temv&he offiec of the clerk of the Adair to- icy seas Court, on May 8, 1915, tosatis-st- but there was one pcsiibly alarm- pering the elements of the north. On her wide plains debt of $38,26 with interest from 'Oct., 12, 1914 and $6.06 costs, and oth- - ing coincidence the Democrats and in her gentle valleys are the c costs amounting to 817.69 in favor were also in power in 1816. Jefoak, the pine and the cypress. okJ..S. Judd assignee against said C. ferson's billtaft, Madison, had Her tranquil waters are a h fC. Roe Jr. One tract of land and thereto belonging, lying on still a year to serve. St. Louis of navigable highways of Harrodsfork of Crocus and are of inestimable value to crook, in Adair county Kentucky, 86 acres more or less, and mans industry. They abound in bounded and described as follows viz: Are You Rheumatic?- - try Sloan's. myrid and teaming wonders to .Beginning at a poplar and chestnut, you want quick and real relief delight the eye, and charm the If '.Slience N 81 E SO poles to a chestnut .corner to David Wilson's survey, from Rheumatism, do what so many sense. The palmetto, palm, ithence with a line of same d S E 130 thousand other people are doing sweet magnolia and bril, poles to a stone corner to same and whenever an attack comes on, bathe sore muscle or joint with Sloan's liant poincianaall in rich and va.ohnStotts. thence with Stott's line the Wi7 poles to a stone and mulberrv Liniment. Xo need to rub ic in just this corner in the original line, thence apply the Liniment to the surface. ried hues and undying green-si- l with his line S SO W GO poles co gum It is wonderfully peuetrating. It goes very moss like a mantle of shimand beech, thence 10 V ISO poles to right to the seat of trouble and draws mering lace, talis from limb and ahe beginning. The title to the land the pain almost immediately. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25c. of stem in tustered streamers and to be sold was derived by deed of any druggist and have it in the house graceful restoons-leato E. F. Roe deceased, from vine and W. A. Jackman and wife, and record against Colds. Sore and Swollen Joints ed in deed, book Xo., 9 on page 402 in Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments fern hoi the wondering eye in tle Adair County Clerk's office, this Your money back if not satisfied, but undyinp interest. Sheriff's Sale. A Year Without a Sum- cent, The Peevish Child ' Needs a Laxative It is natural for a child to laugh and play and when It sulks drowsily or criqs you may depend on It something physical is the matter. If you see no evidences of a serious ailment you will not be wrong if you quietly give it a dose of mild laxative that evening on putting it to bed. The remedy most generally recommended .for this purpose is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which mothers throughout the country have been giving their children for a quarter of a century. Today thousands of families are using it where hundreds used it then, and there must be good reason for thi3 word of mouth recommendation. It is admittedly the perfect laxative for children, women, old people and all others who need a gentle bowel stimulant and not a violent salt, cathartic pill or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will act gently, and when taken before retiring will bring com sounding shore to the allurements of the blossoming plain. The home of the settler and the palace of the rich are found in set tings of prolific crops, brilliant flowers, blossoming shrubs and sparkling waters. When her boundless gifts are realized, when her just claims are conceded, when the righteous verdict that time accords is rendered, when her rightful place is secure, this daughter of the Gods will be the sweetest child in the sisterhood, the brightest star in the galaxy we love, the one gem of matchless beauty in the diadem of our splendid country. Yours very Respt., O. B. Finn. 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 Chamberlain's Tablets advertised, and procured a bottle of them at our drug store. I got immediate relief from that dreadful heaviness after eating and from pain in the stomach," writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort Wayne, Ind. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad Got How Mrs. Hariod All classes of good American keep it in the home for ills people stomach, liver and bowels, and of the among the thousands who have written the doctor that they willnever be without it are airs. J. W. Haynes, Brady. Ky., and Mrs. E. L. Weeks, 1744 W. 2nd St., Owensboro, Ky. A dose of it has saved many a person from a serious illness. Anvone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St, Montlcello, 111. Your name :ind address on a postal card will do. plete satisfaction in the morning. After a short use of this remedy all form3 of outside aid can be dispensed with and nature will again act alone. .one-o'cloc- k s WELL DRILLER See me be S-- I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. fore contracting. Latest im- T2S-4- proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Gall. Give J. C. YATES -- -- A Splendid one-fift- h Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and sat-tisf- y The Cincinnati WccRIy Enquirer; Both One - y laba-rynt- Year For Only $1.35 I! the-rate- rs Post-Dispatc- con-itaiai- h. Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie Of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning tha world's erent3. and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. It3 numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome. farm or busine3 man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by for the above combination Iright now. Call or mail orders t sub-crib!- ng t, Pyrus. -- con--weyan- are having some fine weather, and the farmers are making good use of it cultivating! We f, their crops. I'll J-- I -- 1 lJL i UtiUil It 4VS llUiJ j ! B The AdairCounty News. . Columbia, Ky. -J My3.P.U915. " -- ..SheriC's S. FT. Mitchell, 3. A. Office Columbia. Kj. ' c. Paull Drug A it does give almost instant Co. relief. At Ad. Splendid Offer. Growing Old. JSH . go by: . EcU day as s little mere toopi tig of the form, & jH little more dim the'cye. jA. little more faltering of the step i As we tread life's pathway o'er But aiittle nearer every day ,To the ones whohave gone before. .ATlitCle more halting of the gait. .And a dullness of tlie ear: .A growing weariness of the frame Wtth,each swift passing year. A fading of hopes, and ambitions, too .A. faltering in life's quest, IJBut a little nearer every day ?o a sweet aud peaceful rest. A. HfcSIe more 1 jneliness in life .Wiethe dear ones pass away: A bigger claim on the Heavenly land wf Ui every passing day. . jl. little farther from toil and care, A. little less way to roam: J&drawing near to a peaceful voyage .And a happy welcome home. che-jear- For the next thirtj das we will &ttt more gray in the lessening furnish The Adair County News one hair year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir' To-day's er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, one year. Farm and Fireside, semiMagamonthly, one ear: zine, monthly, one year: and Poultry Pointers, monthly, one jear. all for Sl.tJo. This is the uest olfer ever made by this office, and all who want reading matter should send their subscriptions to this office at dhce. From Floridar Maxville, May 4, 1915. Editor News: We can not get away f"rom the .Ah! The Invigorating Whiff of the Pine Forest. How it clears the throat and head of its mucous ailments. It is thi .spirit of Newness and Vigor from the fcealtlv-givin- Piney forests brought &cokby Dr. Bell's i. Antiseptic and healing. Buy a bottle At Paull Drug Co., 25c. Electric Bitters .a Spring Tonic,' g Pine-Tar-Ho-ne Mfco-fit- y. Adair County News, so we must keep it coining. Its just like the Kentuckian where ever he goe3 he is a Kentuckian just the same, and always proud to own it. So the Adair County News comes in for its share of loyalty to those who have come from her realms. The strawberry crop is about marketed. Owing to the cold weather in the early part of the spring, the crop was cut 25 per Favored with a climate so rare and so beneficient that many of the human' ailments that baffle the skill of. medical science yield to its subtle influence. The breezes laden with the perfume of fruit, flower and vine, mingled with the ozone of the ocean are a wine to famished life, an elixer to sluggish blood. To the weak and strong, the aged, the afflicted, to . those burdened and are weary laden are her gifts freely tendered. To mans crude appeal, the response of the soil staggers the imagination and bewilders the comprehension afthe immensity of its possibilities, her unequal-eresources, her marvelous gifts have been decried, despised or pronounced mythical, perhaps distanced, ill report or sectional predjudice have cut their withering spell or shed their blighting influence. But the seal of approval long sought and long deferred is found, everywhere in evidence, from the surges of the Atlantic to the waves of the Gulf, from the charms of the d been sick, is able to sit up some, reEBB58aEgSBMfc--aWW- I'lKf'MiaaEy The death angel visited the t. ! !!. Hill home of Mr. Esco Moss, last' Monday night, and carried away a v their beloved child. It was only a few hours. Its remains were i U i wii wiw l I ii IIIMI i i in "I a i i I - a 1 if J ! i lnirl in t.Vf ATnrri P.hnnel otvjjvp. yard. Telrn Tfia , Aunt Martha Bingham was visiting at Mr. Manny Kemp's, u lastrSaturday. Mr. .. . I iilHy SS&Hl 111 II Tlrl9sfif i John Holladay spent the ii. -, T- -- Weisrslaafc AT mgnt at w. &. ricKett s, one night last week, hunting for a school. , , .. . FOB SiUi &L id F- iSBBSZZ Aunt Lizzie Kemp is improving very slow at this writing. Mr. Many Kemp and wife and it aunt Martha Bingham "were visiting at Mr. Squire Kemp's, Sunday. Mr. M. C. Winfrey, of Columqu'i In-.- 1 v'r i . . t AnroneP' U!y .UM'cfMlii our fi iti i InvpiiiHin is "iri "i.y jmiIi" i."V ' ' i "C t -,. ., i here looking after insurance this week. bia, was Mr. Alvin Rosson through tidi'SKiriciiTtMU.IieiitU nue.icjr i..rhOvuru. sent froa. M l'.itontg tuhn itirouclt J.i.j.ii s sptcia notice, wit'ioat clmrj4. 111 .!.A handome!y H'ustrated . - "ii'1 i i " t' . i cV 'Vi v ! and wife Scientific Jii?;jr;'v::r.. l were visiting at W. S, Pickett, last Saturday and Sunday. of anr oientlnc jOt.ro i!. year: four months, t J. 3olabrtii Branch '. ace, SS F SU 1. Iwiiv. .." . . urn mi-- m.. C Yrkiiii... . v- lx-- t tttb -- ? THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS imsmtpw' r PROGRAM . $.1,000,000.00 ' 41 Sfii T -- ssssssas GENERA L ORE -Ss- s-ssTT Of The ?lPWBlPW' i , Fourth District Convention . r FOR A NEW STOMACH It is said that one of America's Of The Christian Church Which will Convene at Jamestown, on Friday Evening, June 4th, at 7:30. PROGRAM 7:30Devou'onal, W. L. Smith 7:50 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. best known a man who ruined" his di-pursuit of wealth stated that festion in the million dollars for a new pay stomach. But, while surgeons have become very skillful in performing operations that were once considered impossible, nobody has stepped forward and offered to sell his stomach to that millionaire. Your stomach is worth more than a million dollars to you. It is LIFE to you. This millionaire's stomach is so ruined by abuse that it can never be made "as good as new" by any medicine. But YOUR stomach, if properly aided NOW can be restored to its normal condition. If YOU suffer from indigestion, "heartburn," gas in stomach, foul breath, sense of fullness after eating, sour stomach, and will act NOW instead of' delaying longer, you can get PROMPT relief. multi-millionair- es j 8:50 9:00 9: 0 1 Appointment of Committees. DR. THACHER'S Saturday Morning Bible School Session Song Service, led by Liver and Blood Syrup will set your stomach right, and do it quickly. It will stimulate and regulate your liver, which sunplies bile to the stomach. It will This is the "ThornhilP Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of Hue snt of master workmen the aid of the most' causing hard pulling. ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped vntls. employed to make the Thornhill wagon. long sleeve malleable The rwheels are made with excessive that insure light running, and cat-la- st care. For the spokes the manufacturers any other skein. Each skein use the finest hickory machine driven to its axle with a Defiance zzz.- -' to insure the 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. The bolsters are of the best white oak. The axles are of toughest Hickory They have an iron plate at top and bot- the steel axles of the best refined steel.. tom, riveted through and through mulThe sides of "Thornhill" beds art tiplying their strength. made of poplar. It costs the makers' The "Thornhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and giver, hound plate that is braced to the hounds better service. , at all points. This is an exclusive Come in and see this vragon sol'-- t "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the under a binding guarantee. W. E. Frazee. led by Roy K. Roadruck. Bible Reading and Devotional! 9:20 9:40 10:00 "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 School", 10:40 11:10 11:50 11:55 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. " thus provide the stomach with JUST WHAT IT NEEDS in order to do its wonderful work of digestion more perfectly. It will lubricate your bowels, and cause them to move naturally and gently. It will get your whole digestive "Workshop" into working order, cleanse it, oil up the "machinery," strengthen it and you'll be AMAZED by the change. Your appetite will improve. Food will taste GOOD to you. There will be no more discomfort or pains. You'll feel STRONGER. Life will be better worth the living. DO IT NOW give your stomach the relief it is calling for, before you are like the millionaire, whose stomach is now BEYOND REPAIR. Dealers sell 50c and S1.00 bottles.' THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY,'' Is-fitt- ed Chattanooga, Tennessee. Where Can He Buy It? sow Where can a man buy a cap for his knees? Or a key for a lock of his hair? Can his eyes be called an academy because there are pupils g Ths 7hotnh:!I By WOODSON LEWIS QREENSBURG, .... V i KENTUCKY. Saturday Aternoon Session 1:15 Bible Reading and Devotional, C. Wagon is not the lowest priced but the best, and in the end the cheapest tmmm m W. Harrison. W 1:25 1 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 ner, W. E. Frazee, H. B. Guynn. of Officers for the Ensuing Ban- :40 there? Is the crown of his head where gems are set? Who travels the bridge of his nose? Can he use when shingling the roof of his mouth, the nails ah the end of his toes? What does he raise from the slip of his tongue? Who plays on the drums of his ears? And who can tell the cut and style of the coat his stomach wears? Can the crook in his elbow be sent to jail? And if so, what did it do? How does he sharpen his shoulder blades? I'm sure I don't know, do you? EVERYTHING IN 1:50 2:00 2;25 2:50 ROOFING AsphaltGravel, Rubber, Galvanized! and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence- - 3:30 The Election 3:40 3:50 7:30 7:45 8:30 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." Alertaate, J. Q. Montgomery. Adjournment. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BJROS. CO. Incorporated 1 9:20 9:00 Sunday Morning Session. Bible School Session, Conducted by ' W. E. Frazee. 10:20 11:00 :40 1 1 Address on Christion Education by University Man. Sermon by State Evangelist. Communion service. 12-- 1 16 Eaat Matfcet street Between First and'Brook. Louisville, Ky. Birdseve view ot our Plant 1 12:00 Adjourned for Dinner. Afternoon Session, C. W. B. M. Program. 1 :30 Devotional, Miss Mary Lucy Lowe. Foreign Missions, Tattler. Health Promotes happiness. 1:45 1 "The Beginning; the Success" Miss W. B. M." Mrs. Silas Victoria Hughes. :55 "Historical Sketch of the C. Song, by the Children. Denney. 2:05 2:10 2:20 "The Childrens Work Rowe. in the C. W. B. M." Mrs. B. E. Marie Schwabacher, a pretty 3:45 Antwerp milliner, who was courtSunday Evening Session ed by two brothers, promised to 7:30 Address by Returned Missionary. marry the winner of a game at cards, but eventually eloped Many a man who claims to tween real and imaginary troub- with the one who was beaten. les. have been driven to drink spent A woman's idea of a years cultivating the friendship hat is one that will fool becoming a lot of who are willing to people into the impression that of those she is good lookiug. "set 'emup." Dyspepsia Tablets Some people's idea of an able Will' Relieve Your Indigestion A large part of the problem of sermon is one that mafe-afk. Paull Drug Co. is learning to distinguish be- - feel really good. 1 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, Ussential to our FiMrs. Maggie Ruperts. nal Salvation." 3: 0 Address by Slate Secretary, Mrs. Louise Loos Campbell. "The Circle Work in the Without health genuine joy is imwithout good digestion and regular bowel movement you cannot have health. Why neglect keeping bowels open and risk being sick and ailing? You don't have to. Take one small Dr. King's !New Life Pill at night, in the morning you will have a possible; full, free bowel movement and feel much better. Helps your appetite and digestion. Try one tonight. Sold by Paull Drug Co. , Ad. Address, Mrs. Z. T. Williams. "Largest m Dixie" V.J. tlughes & Sons Incorporated Gsr, Louisville, Kentucky. , I &xaSL - Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldines. Columns. Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE B. I Read Our Liberal Paper Offers life a s- 4' ADAIR COUNTY - r THE ADAIR COUNt5LNEWS THE NEWS FOB CIRCUIT COUBT CLERK. We are authorized to announc'eLee A. Lawr to the office of less a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk ol the County of Russell, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said county, as expressed at the August primary. Published Every Wednesday BYJHE - 40fr0 004,44Mfr4e Adair County News (Incorporated.) Company Corn Drills? Yes, Black Hawk, Campbell and Superior. CHAS. S. HARRIS, cf tie City of Columbia and the Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Editor. THE WOLFORD WAY. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest people of Adair and adjoining counties. Post-offic- e as second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. MAY, .26. 1915 Announcements. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce V. A. Strange a candidate for circuit clerk of Adair county, subject to the Democratic primary to be held in August. CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce that W. T. Price is a candidate fot jto the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said party, atthe August primary, .! v FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. -A Judge J. C.Carter, of Monroe county, author- izes us to announce' his candidacy for Jo the office of Circuit Judge in this the Twenty-- " ninth district, subject to 'the action'of the lican voters, as expressed at the polls at the coming August primary. . , u . , . " 'I1M , CIRCUIT JUDGE,' llTH DISTRICT. e are' authorized to announce Judge I. H. Thurman. of Washington County, a candidate to the office of Circuit Judge in for the Eleventh District, copprising the counties 4nd Washington, subof Green, Taylor,-Marioject to the action of the Democratic party, as expressed at the August primary. n s , 1 FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. Since it is known that the Dix? divides, leaving ie Highway Adair county midway between the two branches that pass through this State, certainly the next best thing for our county is to connect with both roads. This can be done by building from Casey county to Metcalfe and to Barren. In other words Casey, Adair, Metcalfe and Barren counties ought to build the road and would prove of great worth to all. We suggest tnat this be agitated in the a Dove mentioned counties and ascertain the sentiment of the people in each county. The Eastern branch of the Dixie consolidates with the Boone from Stanford to x Gap the Boone Cumberland Highway having been located first. This will give an Eastern, as well as a Southern and Northern outlet, and will be made a great road. The Western line passes through Louisville, Bards-towGlasgow and Nashville, and as we understand, absorbs or consolidates in a large measure with the Lincoln boulevard. With a road from Stanford to n, Cultivators: Genuine Brown, Buckeye and Brinley Le verless, both Riding and Walking. Complete Line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggie, Field Seeds and Fertilizer. V 4 ( Let us know what "repairs you need at once, so as to save time and postage. The. Jeffries Hardware Store, Columbia, Kentucky. 4"0"0HQ"Q"fr440Q9 The announcement of Mat S. Cohen, of Richmond, for the Democratic nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture, appears in ''another column of this paper. Mr. Cohen was in Columbia a coupje of days last week and made a short address on Monday to a large crowd in the Courthouse in which he outlined his method of campaign, his posi tion in regard to the duties of the office he seeks and pledged a faithful, earnest administration of the same should he be elected. It is but just and fair to state that those who met him and the many who heard him speak regard him as a man of ability, merit and determination. He was reared on a farm in Madison county and has been in close touch with agriculture in almost every phase of its varied interests down to the present and is, beyond question, a man in every particular, to measure up to the highest efficiency in the most important interest of this State. Not only a clear brain, and industrious record with farm and stock back him, but his untarnished political attachment to Democracy and his congressional kinship should add additional weight and prestige to him in this part of the State. As a gentleman he possesses a genial disposition and has as much magnetism, the power to draw you close to him, as any man who has made tracks in the' streets of Columbia for many well-fitted, 4 Q0444444Q44 Come To Louisville At Our Expense 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. 'k t . through our county giving only a Northern and Southern outlet. The Eastern over the Boone "ill We are authorized to announce D. E. Hatcher, of Barren county, a candidate for the State Way, the Western blending with Democratic Tj,, Senate, subject to the The district Is voters at the Lincoln, the one commemcomposed the August primary. ' of the connties of Barren. Metcalfe and Adair. orating the trail of a great pioneer, while the other touches '.Hi We are authorized jto announce R. B. Tiigg. .i'l the memories of the conservator Barren county, a candidate for the State senate from the 19th district, subject to the of the union a link between the a on of the Democratic voters in the August composed of Adair, two would be equal to both, primary. The district is uarren'and Metcalfe. would put this section on the FOR THE LEGISLATURE. map of good roads and do more t. for its profit and pleasure than We are authorized to announce H. C. Baker a the union of Dixie and Yankee-Doodl- e candidate to represent Adair and Cumberland in the next Legislature, subject to the action of promised. Since the late the Republican voters, as expressed at the August primary. Frank Wolford, whose body rests in the Columbia cemetery, was a n We are authorized to announce G. L. a candidate to resresent Adair and Cum- Colonel in the Union army, and berland In the next Legislature., subject to the the fact that he and our maraction of the Republican voters of the district, as expressed at the August primary. tyred Lincoln clashed in a sharp degree in those days, yet loyal to FOR LEGISLATURE. a common cause, w'e suggest Wc arpputhorized to announce that L. T Neat is a candidate to repaesent Adair and Cum- that the connecting link between berland in the next Legislature, subject to the the two great highways, when action of the Republican voters, as expressed at the August primary. , built, be known as The Wolford Way, uniting the boulevards that FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. t mark the first trail into y WILLIAM F. KLAIRFAYETTE COUNTY. and the path that led to as Railroad CommissionCandidate for er Second District pf Kentucky, Subject to the the humble home in Larue counaction of the Democratic party in the August ty, and long after the three conPrimary. spicuous figures have been laid FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE to rest unite their memories in a We are authorized to announce Nat S. Cohen, movement for peace, prosperity of Madison county, a canddatefor Commissioner Who seconds this f Agriculture, subject to the action of the Dem- and pleasure. ocratic voters of Kentucky, as expressed at the suggestion? Who is willing to August primary. join in this tgreat underRussell County Announcement. taking? Speak through the pax pers of your county, or if you choose here is space tendered for FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK." all the pros and cons from Stan to Glasgow or beyond. d ford Wo arc authorized to announce J, R. a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Keep the, ball rolling Unite the Russell county, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said county., as. expressed at Dixies! What say you in Adair FOR THE STATE SENATE. J- We are authorized to announce A. A . Hudles-toof Cumberland county, a candidate lor reelection t th'e office oi Commonwealth's Attorney district, subject to the in this the Twenty-nint- h action of the Republican voters in said district, as expressed at the primary to be held the first Saturday in August, 1915. n. better served and this entire part of the State immeasurably better off than had the Dixie passed Glasgow we would be BIG STOCKS Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, INCORPORATED 522 & 524 W. Market St. . - Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. ' Exponents of the Slogan It Pays to Buy on Market St. heated, but during the month of of Hon. L. T. Neat July the political caldron will be appears. He is a candidate to boiling over. represent Adair and Cumberland The jury in the $50,000 dam-ag- e counties in the next Legislature, suit, brought by William subject to the action of the Republican party. Mr. Neat has Barnes against former President been loyal and an active worker Theodore Roosevelt, rendered a in his party since he reached his verdict in favor of the defendmajority, and some years ago ant. served Adair and Cumberland as Italy has declared war against its representative in the lower Austria and the King has orbranch of the Kentucky Legisla- dered mobilization of troops and ture, and was a member of sev- foreign embassadors sent home. eral important committees. He has also filled the position of Secretary Daniels has the ut- Deputy Warden of the Frank- most confidence in the navy of fort penitentiary and Deputy the United'States and says that .Collector for the Fifth Kentucky if it becomes "necessary to fight, c. Internal Revenue district, both it is ready. honorable positions. He promGermany's reply to the Amerises that if nominated and elected to make a faithful repre- ican paper, sent out from Washsentative. He expects to see the ington, will probably be received voters of the district before the at the seat of the national govprimary and personally present ernment the latter part of this his claims. Activity upon the week. part of his friends in his behalf Miss Rose Hyde and her mother will be duly appreciated, have removed to a cottage in the to-da- y's ent In News the Perry-ma- Ken-tuck- Re-ele- ct years and if nominated unquestionably would prove his worth-tthe ticket in the November contest. McFar-lan- the August primary. In a fire at Glasgow a number of small buildings were destroyed and also the Christian church. The loss is estimated at from It is $15,000, to $20,000. hard to tell which town is ahead on fires, Glasgow or Lebanon. South end of town for the summer. One or the other places is visited The State primary is not It is but a short distance from the far enough along to have become Graded School building. everyf ew .months. THEADAIR COUNTY NEWS Akin, wfio is pastor of s? Baptist .church in Texas, is visiting hVoIcT,'irieiias and relatives' about Rugby this county. He has been absent from Adair county fourteen years. He will remain about four -- 5 i"b"giflL' Rev". Titus WHY TANLAC IS Because the weeks. Mr. and,Mrs. Porter A. Strange, of Frederick, Okla., arrived last Friday afternoon for a visit of several weeks. Their arrival was a surprise, but their home people and friends were glad to see them. Mrs. C. E. Murphey, who visited her mother, Mrs. M. E Durham, and Mr. and Mrs F. H. Durham; and3Iiss Logie Gabehart, who visited the same families, have returned to their homes in Taylor county. Mr. J. B. Wakeflieid, of Shelbyville, is in Columbia on special business. y Mr. Wakefield represents the headRural Credit Association, quarters at Lexington. Gov. J. B. McCreary is the President of the As sociation. It is a corporation organ ized for the purpose of loaning money to farmers at a much less rate of interest than they are now paying. Mr. Wakefiield is a gentleman of character, and will doubtless interest farmers who at times need a loan. Ken-tuck- POPULAR Make Sure With an Preparation Merit, He Says Con- tains Real in Statement. Autographic Kodak At the time you "click" the--' shutter you know the wnoK When? Why? or How? of a picture but later 3Iake Sure. The Autographic' Kodak enables you to write it oc the film at the time you are in possession of alLtho facts. The Autogrphic record maj-include valuable data or interest-- " ing information always it vilL' contain something that will add to the point of the picture in the years to come. We havo a complete line of? Autographic kodaks. " Tanlac," says L. T. Cooper, "it is because the preparation contains real merit. of arduous "If I have been successful with "Tanlac is the result of many years study by my principal chemist. In fact, the two of us have carefully watched its development from the beginning of the experimental tests to its present high state of efficiency. "In cases of catarrhal affections of the mucus membranes, stomach, liver, atd kidney complaints, I believe there is nothing so far discovered that will equal the action of Tanlac. "Ever and anon someone suggests something that may tend to better our conditions, whether it may apAdditional Locals. pertain to our health, our business, or onr sociological state. It has, therefore, been my pleasure this time to HON. A. STANLEY HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, N. Y. offer to the world Tanlac. "When I came to Louisville, I statDemocratic candidate for Governor, will address ed that the success of the medicine Cash Capital $6,000,000.00 would be as great in this city as it House, in Coof Adair county, Court voters Largest Fire Insurance Company miwas elsewhere I offered Tanlac upon after- America. Insures farm property on its merits, knowing full well that it lumbia, Saturday, May 29, 1 o.'clocjbin Plan, or the speaker and a 3 or 'Installment Address, Cash Plan 1, would prove satisfactory if properly noon. Mr. Stanley is an 5 years. tested. 'ITHo cnonocc f.Via nfflnaratlnn line cordial invitation is extended to everybody. Browning & Winfrey, Agents Columbia, Ky. achieved here in Louisville is ample s evidence that my confidence in Tanlac Mrs L. F. Arnett!ard,Xi)tUe son, of pasture for two mares is well placed. wanted, 27ictiolasviIie, who" spent, two vmonths with colts. "A large percentage of your best Jo M. Harris, people are now using the preparations with Mrs. W. T Price, have returned Columbia, Ky. and they are daily testifying to it, tolbeir home. I keep on hands a full Btock of excellent worth as a medicine of exJudge H. C. Baker and Dr. W. F. Mrs. Geo W. Lowe continues to caCartwright represented Adair county coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep ceptional value in instances of degradually improve. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and tarrh, stomach, liver and kidney in the Dixie Highway meeting at two hearses. Prompt service night or rangements, nervous debility, and in Hon. M. O. Scotr, Edmonton, was Chattnnooga, Tenn. day. Residence Phone 29, office cases where a superior tonic is rea day or two of last wetk. here Mesdames Finis Baker, George phone 98. quired. Mr. O. O. Cowan, Albany, was here, Brockmau and Asa Baker, Amanda-ville- . 45-" 'Tis true that the demand for 1 yr J. F. Triptett, a few days ago. were here to attend the exer- Ad Tanlac has been large, but no larger Columbia. Ky. Mrs Mary J. Blakeman is visiting cises in Lindsey-WilsoI had expected. Louisville is only her son, Dr R. I. Blakeman, and othMr. H. K. Alexander, of BurkesCarload of Superior Wheat Drills awakening to an appreciation of the er relatives. inJndianapolis. , house, ville, who travels for a Coffee and Deering Binders for sale at right full value of such a preparation. Tanof Louisville, was in Columbia prices. Good stock of binder twine. lac's success in your city will be even Mr. F. M. Flatt, Creelsboro, passed out greater. through here, enroute to the Dixie last Thursday night. J. H. Phelps, Better buy early. Tanlac, the premier preparation, is Highway meeting, Chattanooga, Tenn. t Jamestown. Ky. Mr. Hugh Sharp, an expert stenog being introduced in Columbia by Page Mr. Press Sandidge, Burkesville, rapher, of Jamestown, came down and & Taylor, druggist. ,. Ad. Bennett & Smith will handle ice was here as an attorney for the de- took the testimony in the election balHas arrangements been, made for during the summer at 1 cent a pound. lot case, fense in the election ballot case. 29-decorating the graves in the city cemWill keep it all the time. Miss Loue Huddleston and Miss Mr. J. O Redford, of Horse Cave, etery? It has been the custom for was here Dimple Payne, of Burkesville, visited who travels out of Louisville, Notice. several years for the citizens to meet a few days ago. at the home of Judge J. J. Simpson, in the cemetery and strew flowers upJast week. on the graves of departed' loved ones, Mr. M. Cravens was at home, from Notice is hereby given that a pub- and to listen to an appropriate oration. Messrs. T. A. and W. G. Holladay days of last week, Athertonville, rtwo are attending a celebrated spring in lic road will be opend, beginning at Mr. L. H. Cabell, returned to the being a witness in court. county. They are both afflicted the turnpike at Nannie Monday's and Mr. J. F. Neat, of the Firm of Neat Grant extending to the county road at M. C. Norton Infirmary, Louisville, a few & Murray, was in Louisville last week, with rheumatism. Moxley's, passing the lands of Frank days ago. Since he was dismissed Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill, Monticeilo, White, M. C. Eastridge, Chas. Holt from that institution he has been havgoods. purchasing visited Mr Hill's brother and other and others, along the route located ing trouble with his heart. He will Mr. W. W. Mitchell, who travels relanives in Columbia, the first of the by the winners. The County Court be absent this time four or five weeks for a shoe firm, was here last Thursweek. They stopped at the home of will pass upon this road at the June His friends hope that he will be fully day. Mr. R. F. Paull, uncle of Mr. Hill. restored when he again reaches home. court. Mr. Scott Montgomery and his ( Thos. Jones. Mr. Oliver Marcum, of Stanberry, t The District Conference of the daughter, Miss Mae, have returned Viewers Carey Moxley. Mo , is visiting at the home of Mrs. M. Columbia DisMethodist Church, U. T. Selby. ' from a trip to Missouri and Indiana E Marcum. He is a brother of the May 15, 1915. trict, will convene at Tompkinsville t Miss Elizabeth Hewett is spending late .M. II. Marcum. He will go from this (Wednesday) night and will cona week with Miss Alva Knight, James here to Jamestown and Monticeilo. over Sunday. Rev. I have at my farm in Columbia Ky., tinuewill preside over the W. F. d town. deliberaMrs. E B. Barger left a few days a thorough Bred Registered Duroc tions and all other Methodist minisand Miss Dessie ago to meet her husband who is in Jersey Boar ready for service. Mr. Elias Dunbar ters in Adair county, who have work, ' Phelps, Jamestown, visited in Colum- Pittsburg, Pa. Her parents, Mr. and t A. S. Chewning. will be in attendance. It is believed a few days ago. bia Mrs. W. R. Myers accompanied her as that about one hundred ministers The Inland Farmjer-say- s that the will be present. "It's a Long Way to Rev. and Mrs. Caughron and little far as Louisville. wheat crop this year, throughout the Tipperary," Store, were here comson, of Beck's Mr. L. O. Taylor, who is doing clerbut distance and rough mencement week. ical work in one of the departments, country, will be greater' than the last roads do not deter Methodist preach' Mr. M.-- Elder, of Champaign, 111., Frankfort, was at home last week, on year's crop. ers. in the Cray craft a visit. Upon his return Mrs. Taylor vis isiting relatives Mr. Carson Falkenburg, of JamesRemember that Hon. A. O. Stanley, accompanied him. section. Democratic candidate for Governor, town, was here the first of the week. Mrs. Laura Thomas, who has been will speak in Columbia next Saturday Mrs. J. F. Cabell and her daughter, Mrs. "Nancy Acre, who lives near visited Mrs. W. B. Patte-so- visiting her sisters, Mrs. Rheu Mont- afternoon. Miss Bessie, Roy, Adair county, was one hundred gomery, this city, and Mrs. T. J. Brylast Friday. ant, Ozark, has returned to her home The gardens about town ,never years old the 10th of this month. A and children at Font Hill, Ky. Mrs. John If. Murrell looked better and ail indications point great many friends called at the home during the day, the old lady receiving Murrell'ssister, Mrs. are visiting Mrs. Mrs. Woodruff Flowers and little to an abundance of vegetables. Straw- a number of useful presents. Mrs. Finnell, Louisville. sou will arrive from Hopkinsville the berries are plentiful at this time, and Acre, before her marriage was a CarMiss Louise Mrs. R. W. Todd, (nee latter part of this week. Dr. and Mrs. everything indicates there will be ter, and she is the only one living of expression at Flowers will occupy appartments in plenty of all Kinds of fruit. McGavock) will teach her parent's family. A brother, who Lancaster, beginning in September. the Reed property. In a few weeks the wheat crop will lived near Esto, Russell county, died Pelley, who teaches at Mr. J. C. Miller, who has the con- be ready to harvest. The crop will three years ago at the age of 102. MissZella Pineville, returned .home Saturday af- tract to build a new Christian church not be as large as last year, but it will Green Acre, who was the husband of the subject of this notice, was a first ternoon. at Monticeilo, was in Columbia last be an average one. cousin of Preston H. Leslie, who, some Thursday. He reported that the Mr. E L. Feese, who is temporarily brick work on the building had been We received a card from Dr. Jas. years ago, was Governor of Kentucky, was at located at Lawrenceburg, awarded to a Danville man, who was Menzies last week,. after our paper and he also served one of the far of the week. home the first to commence operations last Monday. had been published. He stated that Western States as its chief Executive. Miss Lizzie and Mamie Bell, of Edimproving for several He died at the age of eighty-odd- . Mrs. E. A. Strange and Mrs. B. S. he had been Mrs. Georgia Crenmonton, visited the treatment of Dr. There will be decoration services in Miller and Miss Lida and Master Wil- days, under shaw last week. Wolfe, who did not think he would the 'City Cemetery next Sunday afterliam Strange, and Miss Mabel Rosen-bauvisited The News office a few lose his eye. He is now free from noon at 4 q'oclock. It is expected that Mr. Asberry Tabor; a former citizen expects to leave Louisville every family who have loved ones bur of Adair, who now resides in Clinton days ago. Mrs. Strange lives in Cum- pain and for home fn a short time. ied there will bring flowers. county, is here, on a visit. berland county, Mrs. Miller at Crocus. MURRAY BALL.. 0. the Wool Wanted! Bring your Wool to get best cut prices, or let us work--it up for you into .our Extra large," Blankets, Heavy Lirisey Jeans and Jeans Coats and Barits, Extra Quality Knitting Yarn, Flac-elCoverlets, Etc. If you live" a long Distance away , gather up---few bunches and come on.'yoir have a good bed here and room for your team free. For samples. prices, ete., address, uB-an- at the at the. tl entertaining Personals! ' s, a n. E. L REECE, Mgiv Farmers Woolen Mills;, Jamestown, Ky. 29-6- TIN WORK- prepared to do any kind' of Tirr" Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c 3 make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumps and any pther' thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. CaR-a- t my shop if you need anythinGinmj? line or repair work in tin or sheet iroru Over L. W. Bennettss Stor,e; 2t I am S. E. Bridgwatersr 29-2- Ho-gar- 29-2- curs down a chick's throat dnnt-ia- c gapes. A few drops in the prevents water cures and diarrhoea, cholera and other chick diseases. One 5Cc bottle of medicine. At .j vmffU makes 12 callous mail postpaid. all droeeists, orby nntiltr haok free. v . tr.iH.hi. f. & i E0U3BDS BtKtai C'J.. itimuiun, ft3S35! :B BasiH . Bourbon Poultry Cura- mmst -- .,.,.... L n ' Alfred Thomas, a little son oi Mr. and Mrs. Esco Moss, tco dangerously sick last Sunday' night and only lived a shorts time. We extend sympathy to--the bereaved parents. Uncle Jimmie Roe, of Spar&s-vil-le, is visiting at A. J. Gcwar - this week. Rev. A. W. Roe and'JacpbV Wooten, of Sparksville, attended church at Morris Chapel Sunday and each made a fine talk. The third Quarterly Meeting: of the Gradyville- - cHarga- - wilf be held with the church Metcalfe CoMasrH&and'E'lV atr'Mfr-Gar--me- m l, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS On rm Second Thoughts. Out of the Oreinary. her brother at Neatsburg at this writing. rr Successful men are those who Mayor William Hale Thompson persevere, and it is never too of Chicago, is planning to collect $10,000,000 by popular subscriplate to begin. The civilized world today is tion frith which to purchase sites. The city one vast schoolroom. Which playground spends $1,300,000 annually for class are you in? ground rental. Talking "clean up" is a good thing, but doing it puts you in an Miss Martha Kliener, 22 years old, died a few days ago at advanced class. Adams, Mass., from blood poisEvery person has a heart, but oning which resulted from the some people keep theirs locked bite of a baby. While changing up in cold storage. the infant's clothing she leaned d Time was when a down and was bitten on the nose. cuss was vulgarly termed stinMr. and Mrs. William Ott, of gy. Now he is a financial econHartford, Pa., are dead as the omist. result of blood poisoning. Mrs. If it is true that dead men tell Ott suffered from a sore arm. no tales, some pepple will have Her husband chanced to scratch a lonesome time after they shuf- his finger while dressing the fle off. wound and he, too, became inIt's passing strange how pov- fected. erty stricken we all become Miss Ruth Retherford? of near when the tax assessor is abroad. Alexandria, Ind., fell into a tub If the responsibility for this of rainwater while walking in war cannot be located elsewhere her sleep and sustained a broken doubtlessly it will be saddled on- arm. She was dreaming she was to Eve. in mid ocean and when she This world is full of regulat- awoke she thought the dream ors, the only trouble being that had come true. close-fiste- the piano tuner, was doing business in this precinct last week. J. W. Hicks, We are having a good Sunday School at Hutchison schoolhouse, and there is some earnest work-er- s and I want every body that can, come and attend. For I know there are lots in this precinct that should attend a good stream- &tfZZ A full Sunday School and try to work sgge XJl line car Simms High- .Magneto Electric for and trust in the Lord. Don't, W3Jme Tension Adjustable Front Seat, Lights sit at home and poke fun at them WjwEEj movable backward or forward ci three inches to suit the leg length who are going and trying to live Radi- of the driver Double-she- ll right, and don't go there and atorwith shock absorbing device Crown Fenders with all rivets ,J make fun of some that is not concealed a famous make of Jv" d tires on rear wheels dressed as good as you or their and eleven other new features, clothes don't fit as nice as yours. making a total of seventeen new features in all, at $695. With twice before you speak Think Electric Starter $55 extra. and just say to yourself. Am I The most amazing motor car v living and doing the life of a Sy ever offered. Christian? five-passen- gfair fC snk gta f K(i WajUS. SmX JBRSs 3PfjS JftBJS SaMsj WjsM BaS anti-ski- g3sE p mjM, QBgllS gHWTOTi Miss Delia Grasham, who has Deen visiting in Texas for quite awhile, returned home last week. gs Holds the Road at ' 50 Miles an Hour sB9p SB hBB Mr. J. R. Cundiff was visiting his son at Cane Valley last Wed- nesday. Misses Ray Wilson and Cara the regulators seldom regulate themselves. An exchange says "a corkscrew is sometimes used in opFunny ening an argument." how names change. If the war continues much longer leap year will be shorn of all its advantages to our sisters across the water. Alfred Duvall, aged 50 years, of Newark, Ohio, suffered a fracture of his wooden leg when he leaped from the second story window of his home, after being awakened by smoke. Duvall had started the fire for breakfast and then returned to bed for another nap. A carpenter reduced the fracture. Shepherd were visiting Misses Virgie and Mary Lee Smith, of Columbia, last Saturday night and attended an entertainment at the L. W. T. S. the oil man, was taking orders for Western Oil C. E. Hedge, refining Co. We are always glad to see Mr. Hedge come around, he is such a jolly good fellow. James Todd and son, John, of Romine, Taylor Co., were visiting his sisters and brother, George Todd, recently. Born, to the wife of Ed Viers, on the 3rd, a son. Mother and baby getting along fine. CAl I'llELLLVIllLLn, KENTUCKY. Ditfrihufnn for Tailor, Green and Adair Counties. "-- BUCHAXAX, LYOX INCORPORATED J.-- ii -- CO.r b .?.. mmmmKmm j It's quite becoming in a man Hailstones as big as baseballs to refer to his own insignificance, are reported to have fallen in a but it's a tearing insult for the storm that swept Eastern Missouri a few days ago. At Calother fellow to mention it. ifornia, Mo., the stones tore Intelligence craves knowledge holes in roofs and in the sides of of local affairs. You have the houses and demolished windows intelligence and this paper supin nearly every house in the city. plies the knowledge. Come across At Tipton hailstones were found The fellow who talks the slim-ie- s which weighed half a pound. of other women is usually Five thousand pennies in a the most jealous of the good canvass bag, lay for , half an name of his own sister. Judghour in one of the streets of ing by his own standard, ypu Brooklyn, and while thousands know. of persons passed, it remained If you want to keep your wife for Joseph Poeriss, 5 years old, in ignorance of your flirtation to discover the copper mine. with other women just tell her Finder and bag were taken to a about them. Chances are she station house and later a reprewon't believe a word you sav sentative of a bank put in a and will simply size you up as a claim for the pennies, saying a boaster. youthful messenger had lost it A dollar will buy twenty nickfrom a w a g o ft. The bag el smokes, and you'll puff them weighed 35 pounds. all away within a week or less. And that same dollar would buy Russell Creek. an egcyclopaedia of knowledge if invested in a subscription to Wheat is looking bad in this this paper. Mount a little high-e- r part of the county. on the ladder, 2r!y mrs It takes The hirxteis? Pairvt the Squires sold two calves to Nathan Bridgewater for $65.00. Robert Caldwell and Cager Roger visited Will Ed Squires last Saturday night. Will Ed Mrs. P. V. Cundiff and son, Horace, of Camp Knox, Green Co., passed through this place practical, conscientious painter. He knows his success depends upon the quality of his paint. That's why sg many painters insist on using good paint to please en route to Mt. Pleasant to visit r, her mother, Mrs. Nellie who is in feeble health and quite an" old lady. Con-ove- Green Seal Paint years of "knowing" how" backs every can. Give it a trial. Twenty-fiv-e Hanna's it is durable Sold by They know "Made-to-wear- ." Whooping Cough. my brother, and v toss us a plunk. Farmers are very busy plowing and harrowing corn. Some is up and looking well. Ab-she- daughter had whooping "When cough she coughed so hard at one time that she had hemorrhage of the lungs. I was terribly alarmed about her con- handsome wife at least until dition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy so highly recommended, I got you have heard her talk. her a bottle and it relieved the cough When the right kind of a girl at once. Before she had finished two bottles of this remedy she was entire- looks at you she can beat wirely well," writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes, telegraphy a mile Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable at less Ad Paull Drug Co. The musical ear, of course, alMars and Stripes. Jeffries Hardware Store Columbia Ky. confidence in the man who can not lift his feet from the ground when he walks. Construction of the nave's first dirigible was authorized yesterday by Secretary Daniels. It is to be completed in four months. That is what a lot of people tell usJ Usually their bowels only need cleansing. will do the trick and make you feel fine. We know this positively. - Take one tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. " What is the besb laxative? Years of experience in selling all kinds leads us People Ask Us v to always recommend as the safest, surest and most satisfactory. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. r, Loyd Feese and wife, of and Pink Dunbar and! wife, When the reformer fails he is Ignorance of the cheap scandal of Columbia, were visiting at generally regarded as a disturb- of the neighborhood does not James Wilson's last Sunday. er. damage a man to any extent. Miss Ruth Squires is' visiting Never .envy a man with a It is not well to place too much near-musicia- n. srffers efforts of the ways- most from the "I Don't Fee! Good" Paull Drug Co. THE ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS Pyrus. slight stroke of paralysis, is bet- vr Saved Girl's Life I have received from the use of Thedford's writes MrsSylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad' colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble.' I shall never be without Black-Draught," Wheat and grass are looking better. There is a complaint of tobacco plants being scarce. Some farmers have planted their tobacco land in corn. Judge Moss bought a bunch of hogs from Wesly Coomer and Pole Sexton at 61 cents per pound, Our Sunday School is progressing nicely under the management of C. W. Keltner and W. i "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Lack HPtijV 0-- k augHT 5 S. Pickett. in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- - JJ Mrs. Mollie Shuffit is visiting ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar at the home of Judge Moss. ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, Aunt Lizzie Kemp is still on valuabie remedy. reliable, gentle and afl the sick list. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- E. A. Rose was at Gradyville Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e on busines one day last week. years of splendid success proves its value. Good for W Farmers are about through young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. planting corn in this neighborhood. The corn is coming up a Special Notice Qreensburg, Ky. $&& and satisfactory fence. NOTE THE PRICE. 5 nicely this spring. ! The Cook boys will soon be done sawing the set of logs for Woodson Lewis Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence rA long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick Hicks & Durham. n Jacob Nelson, the stave man, passed through here one day last week. Mrs. Mollie Shuffit and her well-know- granddaughter, Miss Mallie Moss were visiting aunt Lizzie Kemp this week. Mrs. Martha Parnell is improving some. Taylor Parsons, who has been very sick for some time, is improving very slowly. No Use to Try and wear COId It will wear You Out Out Your Instead. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c 7 l " 6 ( ( 26 32 32 " 8 o " " " 6 it q 6 9 4 " " 9 9 " " " " 39 39 "" "" "" ,r " " " " " 18c 20c 18c 221c 20c Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods subiect to vour orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as f IA - rv. .x.4... j n..j full, Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhii! Wagons. 'Satisfaction, or your money hack." i'ng, both Thousands keep on suffering Coughs and Colds through neglect and delay. Why make yourself an easy prey to serious ailmeutsnd epidemics as the result of a neglected col? Coughs and Colds sap your strength and vitality Owens by tavern. Columbia, - Kentucky unless checked in the early stages. D. G. Grider and wife spent Dr. King's Xew Discovery is what you need the first dose helps. Your head from Saturday until Monday visclears up you breathe freely and you iting friends in Adair county. feel so much better. Buy a bottle to' General Blacksmithing day from Paull Drug Co., and start Lame Back. taking at once. Ad Lame back is usually due to rheu- - Bussy, Carriage and Wa?on Repairins ceatly matism of the muscles Of the back. done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia Owensby. Hard working people are most likely , attention to Horse Shoriojr. !. Fnes rifat and Relief may be had to suiTer from it. V. satisfaction Guaranteed. Nothing is gained but much is by massaging the back with Chamber- a lain's Liniment two or three times Sep on Dftpot St. nemr L. X. IMyot lost by giving way to melancholy day. Try it. Obtainable at Paull' Ad PHONE NO.:T5 and there is no need of giving Drug Co. i The Sunday Schools at Mt. Dr. Vernon and Bethlehem are doDENTIST ing fine. One has been organOVER BAXJULi DRUG CO. ized at Esto. Columbia, Ky. On April 28th, Elihu Collins and Miss Callie Gaines drove to XUCS FHONEI 28. OBLIGE PHON the home of Esq. B. B. Simm3, where they were quietly marHENRY W. DEPP, ried. May their pathway ever be bright and full of happiness DENTIST is the wish of their many friends. Rev. C. F. Breeding will preach Am permanently located in Co lumbia. at Mt. Vernon, the 3rd Sunday in each month until Rev. I. M. Alt Classes of Dental work done. Crow Grimsley returns from Tennesses Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. Every body come out and hear All Work Guaranteed him. Office over G. W. Lowe's Herbert Barger's condition Shoe Store remains about the same. Wm. Francis, of Campbells-villJ. B. Stone J. H. Stone was through here last week writing insurance. & Stone, Ben Allen, the merchant at Attoney-At-Lathis place, is selling quite a lot of rag calico. I3 Will practice in Omera Wolford made a busithis and adjoining counties. ness trip to Columbia last week. Jamstown, Kentucky : Grover Aaron, who represents the Ox Fertilizer Co., was in Louisville last week. H. James Absher, a produce man Veterinary Surgeon of Russell Springs, makes regand Dentlat ular weekly trips to this place years experience. Special attention and Sewellton. given to Surgical and Dental work. We should each one speak a Office at residence near Graded School good word for the proposed building. PHONE NO. 713 Dixie Highway, for should it pass through Adair, Russell and Reidence Phone13 B Business Pho el3!A Clinton counties it would be a great boost for Southern Ken- DR. N. MURRELL tucky. F. J. York, a traveling salesDENTIST callman of Clinton county, was Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g ing on our merchants Mt week up Stairs. and spent the ii.ghr. at the e, ter at this writing:. James Triplett 4 Stone w li. JOflES J. Notice to the Public . Don't rorget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth way. Keep in the sunshine, live in bright rooms into which the sun enters some part of every day, and not in rooms in which Try This. JEFF PARSON. CampitcMsvitle, Ky. in-- every ray of light and every particle of fresh air is carefully excluded. Such a room is enough We have not taken the War in Europe as an. to give any one the blues. Speak cheerfully to others ana say Excuse to ask Advance on Anything pieasant things of them. Look Jait. Bis Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. on the brieht side of life. Do these things and the apparently only 90c. . Lime for this month, most hopeless cases can be cured. Some of the farmers are done planting corn while others have not planted any on account of C. D. recenc big rains. VETERINARY SURGEON Th9 wheat and oat crops are .Land Owners Attention. looking fairly well, considering the recent drouth. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do The peach crop in this section Surveying correctly. your is killed. There was a large crowd in years He has thirty-thre- e attendance at Bethlehem, the Specia! Attnetin to Eyes experience. Charges rea2nd Sunday in May. Bro. Tarter l, Spavin or any surFiBtulo, sonable. Phone 74 or gical work done at fair prices. I am delivered two fine sermons. In well fixed to take care of stock. Mon write o due when work is done or stock the afternoon he preached on removed from stables. the Seven Day Advents. T-- C Faulkner, LOCATION NEAI F.I IDG1ES' IESIBENCE 6N IUtK5VlLUE STIEET. Mrs. S. B. Collins, who had a Columbia, Ky. at old prices. 0xen are ukin(r tne p,aceg m clined think your trouble more, Berlin Germany, of many of the than you can bear, sit down truck horses which requisitioned , If you are impatient and ; -- quietly 'and have a talk with Job. for mnirrry purposes. " If you are getting somewhat' BcstThinfl for a ltlau Rttacfc. go to see Moses. ' "On account of my confinement Jit strong-headethe print hif office I have for years weaK-kneeyou , d, urveymg. Crenshaw been a ehronic sufferer from ,,. dgt6. tlon and liver trouble. A few weeks have a look at Elijah. ago I had an attack that was sosevore- ' is no joyous sorig in that I'was not able to goto the case If there for two days. Failinp to get any re- ; your heart, listen to David. ef from anv other rreatment, I took three of Chamberlain's Tablets and It you are becoming sordid or the next day I felt like a new man," spend awhile with' writes H. C. Bailey, Editor Carolina t .Sews, Chapm, a. C. Obtainable at ' Isaiah. Ad- Paijll Dng Co. ( j l ; ' self-satisfied, It are getting o. j If your zeal is waxing cool, get close to the beloved disciple.. Thaw's effort to gain a trial by jury on the question of his sanyour faith'needs fire, read If ity, has been upheld by the New Paul. York Appellate Court. you are lazy work beside If i Poll-evi- James. If you are losing sight of the blessed hope, climb up to Revelation and look over into tbp promised land. -- are troubled with heartburn; gases and a distressed feeling after eating take a If You fatted before and after each meal an6youw31 obtain prewpt relM.Soldonly by us,25o. Paull Drug C. DKa . 1 . 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. - V r 'Mr." and Mrs. Harris, of.Co-Uinabi- a, spent one day in our &3wa. last week. We are having plenty of rain. 'VJh& wheat crop is looking better since our good amine. con-a&ders- CiayrKinnaird and Mr. Bell, 4?o cf Red Lick's good farmers, srsewith us the first of the rs. W. d?. "Flowers is spend-dugwith her relatives jafctfamestown this week. W. C. Hill spent a day or so sit Sparksville last .week. Kessrs. Charlie Gowfen and Gillian: Breeding spent one day sat reensburg, last week, on the Stave market. Eon. R. B. Trigg, of Glasgow, candidate for Senator from this .district, called in to see us on ihi3 return from Columbia the jficst of the week. Miss Carrie Gn'ssom, of Columbia, spet last week, visiting 3tss Maud Wilmore, of our city. Quite a number of ouf people ;&&ve been attending court at Co- fltsmfoia for the past week. J ,aWe had af fine"1 tobacco season &risrday last weels and severalof tdtir.'farmers transplanted several ;acres of tobacco. TobaScd plants feave'come out since the rains. : Mrs..5ue Grissom, of Columbia 'is visiting her sister, Mrs. lWiImore,.this place, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dohcney, of sSucimershade, visited Mr. and Mce. .Alfred Parson, of our town tlast week. & lew-days -- landed troops, to advance against this position in conjunction with direca moverjentfronx-anothetion by the British. By., thus atr tacking simultaneously ,froni two sides the Allies. hope to surround the Turks. The predicted great battle along the San, in Central Galicia, apparently is already under way. The official announcement from speaks of heavy Berlin y fighting near Przemysl, which is said to have resulted in great losses for the Russians. Sever al victories in the North, over the fighting front near the East Prussian border, also are claimed by the Berlin War Office. The interval of comparative quiet in the Western front has not been broken, so far as the official announcements from Paris and Berlin indicate. The Germans report a slight gain in the r to-da- Lorette hills. The British trawler Chrysolite has been sunk by a German submarine in the North Sea off the Scottish coast. The crew was saved. Austria't final proposals have been rejected unanimously by the Italian Council of Ministers and the two nations, are a step nearer war., The Italian Parliament assembles, y andadecr laration of the Government's . expected. An Italian Green Book has been issued, giving a review of the negotiations with Austria, which are shown lb have been started last December. Italy's demands, which Austria has failed to satisfy, were based on the claim that she was entitled to compensation for Austria's advance into Servia. The Russian fortified line along the River San, running across Central Galicia, on which great reliance was placed to check the German-Austria- n advance, has been completely broken. Statements, of the Teutonic Allies that they had crossed the river are confirmed in an official announcement from Petrograd. Przemysl which Russia won from Austria after a struggle of several months, is now under attack by Austrian guns. One of the greatest battles of the campaign apparantly is impending along the San. In the North the Russians claim successes in operations against the German force which invaded the Baltic provinces. It is said the Germans have been expelled from Shavli. London dispatches say the reorganization of the Cabinet will be thoroughgoing. A large number of resignations is expected, and the Cabinet will be with the sole idea of carrying on the war. Anton Kuepferle, who claimed American citizenship when placed on trial in London on the charge of having sent military information to enemies of Great Britain, committed suicide last night in prison. 4 to-da- vote of 367 to 54, gave the gov- of W. G. Roy and wife last Sun- ernment full power to act if war day. , is declared. . v!. ,t Jesae Bryant and family visitWlJ,1( A! , ed relatives near Gentry's mill, Rome, via Paris, May 20. Premier Salandra introduced, a last Sunday. bill this afternoon in the Cham-be- r Born, to the wife of Austin of Deputies conferring on Wilson, Mav 8ch. virl. Mother the government extraordinary and child getting along nicely. powers in case of war. Mrs. Laura Thomas, who has A committee was named to been visiting her sister, Mrs. T. give this project immediate con- J. Bryant for the past two weeks, sideration. returned to her home at Font All the galleries of the Cham Hill, yesterday. During her stay ber of Deputies were crowded at she met almost every one in the 1 o'clock, some time before Par- neighborhood. She enjoyed her There visit very much. . reassembled. liament were 450 deputies in their seats. ' Prof. Albert Bryant accompanOnly one incident marked the ied his aunt as far as Russell opening of the-- session; that was Springs-- , last Wednesday. when Gabriele d'Annunzio enffdith. tered the gallery. All the deputies stood up and shouted, "ViThe farmers of this piface are va d'Annunzio! Niva Italia!" (D'Annunzio is known for his very busy plowing corn. Mrs. Lidge Sallee, who has very radical' stand in favor of been very sick with pneumonia, War.) r HEALTH OFFICER'S COLUMN. BY V. :U TAYX.OR. Two or three Socialist deputies is some better. Miss Anna Campbell was the protested against this ovation to d'Annunzio but their voices were pleasant guest of Misses Mattie lost in the cheering. Signo'r Marcora, president of the chamber, took his place at 3 o'clock. All the members of the House and everybody in the galleries stood up to acclaim the formerT follower of Garibaldi. ' ' pol-icy- js ovation frOR 'salandra. fol-lowed Sev. and Mrs. W. C. Christie Tomp-jkinsvill- ;IefrforSummershadeand Then Premier Salandra, by all the members of the cabinet, entered. It was a solemn moment. Then a delirium of cries broke out. "Viva Salandra! were the words, and the cheering lasted for five minutes. Premier Salandra arose and said: "Gentlemen, I have the honor to present to you a bill to meet the eventual expenditures of a national e. -- They expect to be jgone two weeks. Mr. Thos. Dowell spent a day arso in Green county last week on business. - war." Prolonged applause followed this announcement. Ozark. and Fannie Evans several days of last week. P.. P Wesley, of thi3 place, was visiting at Yosemite, in his automobile, last Tuesday, and was accompanied1 home ' by his Brother?''Mr;. "Charles' Wesley and 'l wife. ' SeverafromtKis place were in Columbia the first day of circuit court. Mrs. "Pate Thomas, of Milltown, is visiting relatives in his neigh borhood this week. J. N. White, of Neatsburg, was visiting his sister, Mrs. Minnie Harmon, last Wednesday night. Mrs. Sarah Roy and daughter, Patsy, who have been at the L. W. T. S. for several months, have recently moved into a residence on the farm of P. P. Wesley. "Bryan on Health:" The Hon. William Jennings Bryan is famous for his stand on the prohibition question: but his attitude on sanitation deserves no less consideration. The following statement, delivered before the North Carolina Conference for Social Service, is indicative of his ideas: About nine years ago we had a great conference at the White House. Experts told us that the coal mines would be exhausted; that the timber was being cut; that the soil was being robbed, and ever since that time we have ueen talkiug about being conservative. But now we kDOw that it is not the coal mine, the iron ore, the limber, the soil that is our greatest asset, but it is the manhood of the country that we can conserve, but which we are neglecting. If we can conserve the people's health, everything that tends to eliminate disease is wortiiy of consideration. We have made great headway in preventing diseases. About sixteen years ago with our soldiers in the Spanish-America- n War, where I got my brief acquaintance with military life, I remember how our soldiers was visited py tj phoid fever and played havoc with them. Within less than sixteen years we have discovered the remedy for typhoid fever, or rather a means of preventing it, and today there is not a case of typhoid fever in the American army. You remember our soldiers spent awhile at Vera Cruz last summer. If they had spent it there sixteen years ago, no doubo hundreds would have died. But now we have learned how to prevent it l ' ( We the spreadTof yellow fever until now the death rate of the Americans employed 'on the Isthmus of Panama is lower ithan in have-'prevente- any city in the United States. Of course the American employees there are of the age thatr are in less danger. To make allowances there has been-tremendous improvement in sanitary conditions It is proper that this So ciety should devote itself to sanitary conditions and the health of the peo-- Bryan is undoubtedly right about these tilings, but it is hard for the people to understand them. It is the duty of health officers in the State of New York to abate any nuisance that may affect the public health, from preparation of foodstuffs to disposal of sewage A word ple. Mr. W. P. Flowers and SJfrong Hill have formed a part-asbsfa- Messrs. Rev. Chandler filled his regu- Frank Neat spent last Mondaywith Mrs. N6na Miller. Mrs, fp in the undertakers busi-aiein our town. We understand they have a large stock of jgoods. fe .Messrs. Tarter and Blanken-tlwho lives a few miles place,, caught some nice fishdn .Russell creek, last week. 7hey weighed from6tol8 pounds '.These boys know how.to' fish. be-low't- p, lar appointment at Clear Spring, AMrs. Valeria Campbell and last Sunday. He is an able daughter, ''Anna, made a business preacher, well liked by all de- trip to Pelly ton' last Wednesday. ' nominations. Mrs. Bettie Barmon is on the Last Sunday was a happy day sick list this fweek. ' for Mrs. T. J. Bryant. Her sis- his ter Mrs. Laura Thomas, of Font Misses Fannie Evans and Lela Hill, arrived to spend a week DEVELOPMENTS IN JBE WAR SITUATION. Italy any longer c5oubts that war begins to-day- ," taays a press dispatch from Switzerland, near the Italian border, to Berlin. A dispatch from Paris says ord has been received there w ay Chias-ssKV- m .t&om Rome that the Italian Jh'amber of Deputies to-d- fgranted full powers to the Minis-'te- r of War. Renewed efforts aeainst the 'TTurks on Gallipoli peninsula have Uieen undertaken by the French And British, with the object of with her. They had not seen each other for more than twenty years. .Another sister, Mrs. Rhue Montgomery, also spent Sunday with her. N.A. McKinley and family came over from Campbellsville Friday and spent till afternoon Sunday, visiting relatives here. Nolon Montgomery and wife visited at T. J. Bryant's last Sunday. 'Miss Nora Rogers was a guest of Miss Lula Bryant Sunday. R. A. Montgomery was a guest af Kent Bryant last Sunday. - Mrs. J. C. Montgomery was taken dangerously sick one day last week. She is some better Beard were shopping in Columbia last Friday. Our Sunday School at Tabernacle is still doing good work and still feeling good over beating Dunnville in the contest. P. P. Wesley took several passengers to Columbia, Monday, in his auto. Bro. W. G. Montgomery, of Campbellsville, will deliver two sermon at Tabernacle, thejifth Sunday in May. Will be glad for every body to come out. Several from this place attended church at Dunnville last Sunday. -- Basil. at this writing. Rev. Pierce, who lives near ' Conover schoolhouse, is dangers ar, between ously sick. He has. dropsy and Rome, .May :Cgturmg the important strate-.c-ai Italy and .Austria is expected to there is very little hope of 'his position of Krithia. The recovery. be declared witnin twenty-fou- r 20.-rW- 3&eaefe reported .to have hours. iParliament to-da- y, by a Rebert Graves, Esto, was guest ij Mrs. Payne, who has been down with fever for sometime, is beginning to sit up. Cornelius Moss was stricken with heart trouble, while attending church at Morris Chapel, last Sunday, and for some time he was in a serious condition. r campaign has done wonders. The total number of flies in the country each summer has been reduced many, many billions. But the fly nuisance cannot be abated by swatting, i The prevention of flies is the solution. Remove the places where flies breed. Eliminate every condition that makes the fly possible. Then the flies will disappear. "Grandmaw Pash says there's too much tomfoolery mixed up in the raisin of children nowadays. She ought know, she lost eleven. The school room should be the last place to practice insanitation, but instead it should be the strong opponent of health and hygiene. Dry sweeping should never be permitted, and all dust cloths should be moistened for cleansing the furniture. Roller towels and common drinking cups were never intended for school children. Dr. Harvey W. Wiley says: You ought to live until you die. The only disease a respectable man should die of is old age. A great many of you are dead now--yare dead in parts. There are thousands of. children in our graveyards who ought to be in o schools. A baby should have a toothbrush instead of a rattle. If he has one tooth give him one brush. I hope the day will come when a man who doesn't go to his grave with his own teeth will be denied a Christ-ia- n burial. Measles is prevalent in Idaho, and the State Board of Health issues specific regulations making the statement that measles kills more children than smallpox. Spokane Washington has an ordinance providing for the imposing of a fine when a physician fails to report a case of communicable disease. The use of tobacco in places where foodstuffs are prepared prohibited by ordinance in Toledo. ou fly" about flies. The the C. S. Harris sold his son. Ernest, sow and six pigs for $15. a