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He went out pver this great Democratic State making his The Louisville Times Special Service. Two Performances Given Last Saturday afternoon the Dem- tight single handed with practically no Chattanooga, Tenn., May29.-Charl- es One night last week Lee Calhoun ocrats of this county had the pleas- organization, and by his own able E. James, president-o- the Dixie Highin This City Yesand John Mann, Sheriff and Deputy ure to listen to two distinguished efforts succeeded in placing to his way Association, was asked his attiSheriff of Russell county, captured Democrats present their claims for credit seventy odd thousand votes. tude toward the Tennessee and Kenterday. some liquor from a whisky peddler. the nominations they seek. The When the. returns came in and had tucky "short route," now that the They carried the liquor to the home court house was crowded, every avail- been duly canvassed, he, in a most Dixfe Highway commissioners had Although the weather was very un- of Erastus Antle, who is a magistrate able seat being occupied, and quite a gentlemanly and cheerful manner failed to designate it as a part of the yesterday, the Mighty Haag of the county. The nighty after the number of ladies being present, when promptly accepted his defeat, and in system. Mr. "James stated that re settled gave two performances, after- liquor was deposited with the officer, Shows R. L. Campbell introduced to the au- due time returned to the field and in ports indicate that the short routo adnoon and evening, and at each perfor- seven masked men visited his house dience State Superiotdndentof Public his most able and effective manner:iocates are unchanged in their ex- mance the shows received a large and and demanded the spirits. The reSchools, Barksdale Hamlet, in a few helped fight the battle for that dis- pressed determination to build a road well deserved patronage. The acrobat quest was refused and a f usilade of well chosen words. Mr. Hamlet made tinguished citizen at whose hand he through Central Kentucky and Tena brief, but pointed speech, present- had met defeat, and so did his seven- nessee The proposed road would con- ic performances were of a high class, shot followed. Three or four of the ing his reasons why he desired the ty odd thousand loyal supporters. As nect the extreme points in the great there being stunts not usually seen in marauders were wounded. Four of Democratic nomination for Secretary a result the Hon. J. C. W. Beckham oval made by the west and east lines these shows. The show also has a fine the parties were arrested and lodged of State. He reviewed his efforts and received one of the handsomest ma- of the Dixie Highway between Chat- lot of ponies and monkeys to please in jail at Jamestown Saturday. This accomplishments of Superintendent of jorities ever given any Democrat in tanooga and the lower Ohio River the children, besides the herd of per- information is gathered from a reliPublic Instruction, and asked the Kentucky. He now returns at the Valley. Mr. James' answer indicates ! forming elephants, tigers, hyenas, able Russell county man, and all the Democrats to sustain his present am- solicitation of thousands of Democrats his sympathy for the short route's bears, and several other animals, in facts will be brought out at the ex-- , bition if they endorsed his record in throughout the State and again ten- proposition for making a doudle con cluding the horned horse. In fact the aming trial. what he had done. The next speaker ders his services and aspires to the nection with the Dixie Highway. He show is one of the cleanest and best ever exhibiting here. was Hen. A. O. Stanley, introduced by It'b A Coming. of Ken dictated the following statement: much coveted Governor-shi- p Mr. E. A. Haag, the owner of the Coffey, in one of our townsman, J. B. betucky. It is my sincere hope and "The attitude of myself and the show, is a very pleasant southern genthe mosi direct, discreet and enter-trinin- g lief that he will be nominated, and Dixie Highway Association is entire- tleman, his home being in Shreveport, Lovers of the out of ordinary amuseintroductory speeches we have elected. If this be true no one doubts ly friendly toward building the short La., snd he is connected with several ment will be interested in the anever heard any man receive in Columthat when he has served out his term nouncement that the Mighty Haag bia. Mr." Stanley's speech was a mas- and will have vacated that sacred route, and any other good roads enterprises in that city. through any part of the country. I If any show deserved patronage in shows are coming Monday afternoon terful effort in the defense of Democ- chair that he will have so lived and with the souch it is one owned by southern-peopl- and evening, June 7th, to Columbia, racy in its broadest and purest sense, his official acts will have been such notice from communications practically all the counties on the and those visiting the Haag presenting decidedly the largest and and could not have failed to have met that he will leave a record stamped short line that they are willing to go Shows may rest assured that they will greatest program of .original, unique a hearty endorsement of every true upon the horizon of greatness as pure Democrat whether for or against his and as spotless as the icicles that hung to work and build the road, no mat- receive fair treatment and get their and thrilling featured act known today to the show world. This vast ter what they name it, and I am go- money's worth. candidacy. From his introductory from the temple of justice that he oc- ing to do everything I can to encour The show leayes the city this morn- tented amusement enterprise is alone statement to the close of his cupied, one that will be handed down speech, of an hour and a half, he herd for generations to come and referred age them. What we want is plenty ing for Mockville, where two perfor- in a class by itself, without a rival. mances will be given Nothing like the imperial performhis large audience under the rapture to with much pride as having been of good roads. Journal.) ance provided by Ernest Haag was now looks like the short route (Winston-Sale"It of his proclamation of Democracy, his made by one of the greatest of all ever before dreamed or dared by the will be built in Tennessee and to Louisfidelity to the party and his humerous Governors, who, at anytime, graced ville from the Kentucky line to Alboldest managers. A Home Wedding. sledge hammer blows of the common that sacred chair within the borders bany, C o 1 u m b ia, Campbellsville, Whatever your preference, you will political foe. His speech throughout of Kentucky during its history. I find plenty to interest, astonish, and Springfield and Bardstown. Then the was an endorsement of the present now present to jou the Hon. A. O. short line to Cincinnati will, no doubt, One of the prettiest weddings of edify yon; there are thrilling aerial Administration, presenting Stanley, of Henderson, .Ky. National the season occurred at the beautiful acts during every moment of which make a small turn east at Columbia, its achievements in such forceful in Adair county, Kentucky, going to country home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. one expects to see the intrepid perterms that no Republican sage could "The Art of Living Together.' Liberty, Danville, Harrodsburg and Price, near Bliss, last Wednesday af- formers hurled into eternity, artistic successfully dispute. In regard to the Versailles, and connecting with the ternoon, May 26th, 1915, in the pres and sensational equestrianism, incredeffort in this State to have the Demence of many relatives and friends. ible and bewildeding athletic and acthe ocratic party takeProhibition de The above was the title of a lecture east line of Ky., Dixie Highway at The contracting parties were Mr. robatic numbers, blood chilling jockey, Georgetown, thence to Cincinmands he took the position of local delivered by Rev. Frederic A. Hamilfrom Columbia, Ky., George Cheatham and Miss Julia hurdle and chariot races, amazingly government, essentially Democratic, ton, at the court-houslast Friday nati. The roads now completed, and Price, the attendants being Mr. Rich- venturesome bicyclists, and phenom110 miles, are and expressed in the last Democratic night. The speaker is known to be a enal exhibitions by fierce wild beasts. platform, of the State, demanding the gentleman of extensive reading and a from Columbia to Georgetown and ard Shirley and Miss Julia Tandy. e of the Simplicity was the Cincinnati are already completed." County Unit Law. His criticism, if speaker of unquestionable ability, was carried out in Graded and High School Faculty indeed it be termed criticism, of his hence there was a gocd turn out to Two mass meetings of short line occasion. This costumes and decorations. opponents and existing conditions in hear him. We will nob undertake to promoters are being arranged for. both the wide old stairway dowu wnich For Next Year. the State, was couched in terms and give the points of his address, but the While the date for neither meeting The wedding party df--' was .led the clothed in such expressions as to leave main one, as we understood, in order has been definitely, determined, sev w ckle no fuel for the common enemy or feed to have happy homes, parents must be eral of the principal short line leaders gracefully entwined Below is given the Graded and High and roses. Large bouqU'. .s of i '. suire the fire of factional strife. In fact well mated, and that good breeding is have suggested Crossville for the School faculty for year lltlo-lflowers made the parlors beautful for his speech was Democratic, manly the e W. M. Wilson, Supt. to a lovable home He Tennessee meeting, and Somerset for the solemn event. and fair between himself and his op- was.emphatic in his statement that the Kentucky meeting. There will be W. M. Sweets, Prin. High School. The bride and her maid were at ponents, and if adhered to through- blood will tell in the rearing of chil- two short line organizations formed Miss Mabel Akers, 7 and S grades. best in simple dresses of white, out the State cannot fail of advance- dren, and cited two couples from whom in Kentucky for the route connecting their carrying an armful of pink and Miss Edna Akers, 5 aud 3 grades. ment of his own political destiny and large families descended. The par- the Tennessee road withthe Dixie each roses, which added to their Miss Evelyn Clark, 3 and 4 grades. white the strengthening of the Democratic ents of one having high ideals, their Highway at Bardstown on the west beauty and grace. The groom and Miss Sue King, 1 and 2 grades. ranks. Whether in support or in op- offsprings gaining positions of honor and Georgetown on the east Mr. Sweets, who succeeds Miss Save best mail wore the usual conventional posing his political ambition, no one and trust, the other couple, letting in the high school, is a graduate of the blacrf. TO 3IEET AT SOMERSET. who heard his speech here can say children run loose, and as a result, beis Just as the clock struck five pie cer- Male High School, Louisville, and A. Somerset, Ky., May 29. Representhat it fell beiow the true principles of came thieves and murderers. r graduate this year with emony was beautifully aud impressive- an hoiy the Democratic faith or reeked with The lecture was scholarly and the tatives of counties from Lexington to ly pronounced by Eld. Z. T. Williams. Bi degree at Centre College. His the Tennessee line met here Friday veium on his opponents. The ver audience George is the youngest son of Mr. home is in Louisville. He is a good dict must be Stanley is a Democrat to starta campaign for what is termed athlete. and Mrs. G. B. Cheatham, of and strong enough to successfully Have you settled your m illinery bill the "Short Dixie Highway," from Miss Ewen, who has 7 and S grades, and is one of Adair county's measure with any Republican intel for this season? If not, please call and Lexington to Chattanooga by way of is a graduate of Eastern Normal Life young men. His numerous friends lectual giant that may seek the over- do so, I need the money. Somerset. They decided to have best congratulate him upon his choice of a certificate course and has had three throw of Democracy in State or naJudge R. F. Jasper, of Pulaski, call Mrs. George Staples. years successful experience in these s companion fortife A lady who tion. another meeting for June 9 here, at all the requisites that go to grades at London, Ky. Her home is 50,000 boards for sale. Casey Jones' which all counties along the entire up a lovely woman. The bride Stanton, Ky. route will be represented. This is in make be greatly missed among 30-Mr. Coffey's Speech. Store., the Miss Edna Akers is a graduate of accord with wishes of C. E. James, of will High School and also young people of the community in Horse Cave Chattanooga, who will be present at a graduate of Life certificates which she resided. Work of the Grand Jury. the meeting. It is not our purpose to exploit the Many usefnl presents were received in course Western Normal School. She attainments of a friend, when merit testifying the popularity of this de- comes highly recommended. Political Card. is absent, but it does give a 'pleasure A grand jury of Adair county was serving young couple. After the certo pay a compliment when we feel it dismissed last Tuesday afternoon afMarried in Texas. emony they left for the home of the should be done. It has been our pleas- ter having been in session eight days. To the Republicans of the 37 Legisla groom's parents, where they expect to ure to listen to introductory speeches During the session twenty-seveinreside for the present. tive District of Ky. of many distinguished men and by dictments, returned classified as Miss Ethel Conover, daughter of I am a candidate for the nominaable lawyers and polished speakers, follows: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conover, this you in tion at your hands to represent Teacher's Examination. but the plain truth is, have never Felony 6 county, was married in Mexia, Texas, the lower house of the next General heard a stronger, clearer and more 2 Assembly of Kentucky, subject to your Liquor to minors on Thursday, the 27th of May, to Dr. 2 concise speech of this order than that Assault Fifty-tw- o primary election to be applicants were admitted T. H. Westbrook, a prominent physiaction at the 5 held Weapons of Mr. J. B. Coffey, last Saturday, in first Saturday in August. I to this examination, four doing their cian of that city. The couple left the 8 introducing Hon. A. O. Stanley. Not Breach of Peace am now in the prime of life, a little work at Bowling Green and having it Kentucky, for Adair county, yesterday 3 Disturbing Worship to advance Mr. Stanley's candidacy, less than 50 years of age, was reared on graded here. Six either quit or re and upon their arrival in Columbia 1 to give credit to an honest, faithAdair County Road Company but a farm and engaged in that industry fused to have their papers graded. will be given a hearty welcome. ful Democrat for beauty of expression, The bride has been teaching in my life. Have also at times been There were eighteen failures among N 27 all sincere of conviction and force of Total Texas for the last seven or eight years, engaged in various lines of public busi- those who had their papers graded delivery, who makes no pretention of and is very much loved by the people am in position to a total of twenty-fou- r Attend' ness and feel that Ithe people of this making following received ins all: of the Lone Star State with whom being a public speaker, we take great Sunday School know the needs of The ' pleasure in presenting Mr. Coffey's she has become acquainted. At home, District. Soliciting your support I certificates: ance. speech which is as follows. promise if nominated to conduct my John A. 'Jones, Miranda Williams where she was born ' and reared, she Ladies and Gentlemen: is known as a most excellent young campaign in such a manner as to be of and Thetis Williams. belonging to one of Adair's A little less than one year ago. I Sunday School attendance last Sun aid to the State ticket this fall and The following received second class: woman, had the pleasure and honor of Intro- day: Betthj, best families. when elected to give you honest, J. A. Rosson, Flora Hovious, The groom is a native of Arkansas, . 112 faithful service. ducing to an intelligent audience in Methodist Knifley, Lottie Knifley, Pearl Stay- 87 this building, one of Kentucky's most . Baptist Yours for Republican Success, ton, Flora Walker, Roy Hadley, Vir- and has been a successful practitioner years. 71 able and worthy citizens, who was, at .Christian gil Hubbard, Sam Duval!, Dudley for fifteen B. G. Redman. Presbyterian 39 that time, a candidate for the nomHayes, Virgie Smith, Sewall Vaughan, Mr. Herbert Barger, who was a ination of United States Senator. A difficulty occurred at memorial Julia Penick, Ruth Stapp, Annie brother of Mrs. Bob Royse, this coun309 exercises at Bearwallow, last Sunday, Royse, Ruth Upton, Altia Morgan, J. Total While he went down in defeat, it is ty, and.a'nephewof Eld. F. J. Barger, conceded by every fair minded citizen between Mase Burton and Peter Bur-res- s, C. Abellj Seth Wade, Elossie Calhoun, this place, died in Russell county last Hundreds of people attended the of Kentucky that the race made by In which the former got his Dora Eubank, VJsta Royse, Flora B. was avson bf the late Alon-z- o him at thaf- time wasjone of the most dedication of the new Christian church throat badly cut. He was brought to East, Lou Y. Miller and Bess Cabell. week. He ayoting"'ma,n.ot Barger,- - and remarkable yet known to have been at Amandaville, last Sunday. The the office of Dr. W. J. Flowers, who sterling character. ' 'He was. a victim. pulled off on Kentucky's soil, having sermon was preached by Eld. Z. T. dressed the wound. Particulars not Born, to the wife of ,W,.. ,H., Shaw, & rr?fcof stomach trouble. , May 31st, all pound' 'do'.' ' een opposed and antagonized by",, ev - r Wjllhuna, learned here. Saturd ay's Speaking. at f - e, e, key-not- . i.-- key-not- well-please- d. Mill-tow- n, pos-sese- 4t n first-clas- 'i - - -- " c ;& p-- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS T Sheriffs Sale. TJand to be sold for 1914 taxes at the court house door June 7, 1915. On Monday, June 7, 1915, at the court house door in Columbia, Ky., the same being the first day of a regular 6erm of the Adair County Court, at oneo'clock p. m., or thereabout, I will jcr for sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand the following described tracts of land, or a sufficiency thereof co.catisfy the tax and cost for the yeQr.Oi 1914, of the following named persons: District No 2 District 2fo 3 Colored Elizabeth Hughes 14 acres oins James Hughes tax and cost District No. 7 Colored Btrrger heirs 4 acres joins R. Ingram tax and cost District No 7 IS. . Shaw 5 1 45 1 35 acres joins Rev. Kogard tax and cost 7 28 Balance office Columbia, Ky., May 9, Sheriff's S. H. Mitchell, 3915. Sheriff Adair County Ky. 28-4- t Land Sale. will on Monday June 7, 1915, at about the hour of one o'clock p. m., at being the first day of a regular term of the Adair County Court, at the courthouse door in Columbia, Adair County, Kentucky, offer for sale and to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months with 6 per cent, ,per annum interest from date of sale bond with approved security required I of the purchaser the one-fift- h undi- vided interest of C. C. Roe, Jr. Said linterest was inhereted from his father. E. F. Roe, deceased, subject to the drfe interest of Mrs. E. F. Roe, to satisfy Execution No. 200i issued from Che offlec of the clerk of the Adair sCircuit Court, on May 8, 1915, tosatis-;T- 7 debt of $38,26 with inteiest from Oct., 12, 1914 and $6.06 costs, and oth-e- r costs amounting to $17.69 in favor of J. H. Judd assignee against said C. O. Roe Jr. One tract of land and thereto belonging, lying on 6iie waters of Harrodsfork of Crocus in Adair county Kentucky, 86 acres more or less, and 'bounded and described as follows viz: .Beginning at a poplar and chestnut, Ghense N 81 E 80 poles to a chestnut .corner to David Wilson's survey, ithense with a line of same 8 8 E 130 ipoles to a stone corner to same and .Conn Stotts, thence with Stott's line WI27 poles to a stone and mulberry Ehistoorner in the original line, thence with his line S 80 W 60 poles co gum ;end beech, thence N 10 W 180 poles to tfihe beginning. The title to the land an Effective COugn Treatment. to 'be sold was derived by deed of If a man could read his own lot better with a revival where h to one teaspoonf ul of Dr. to E. F. Roe deceased, from biography it would probably sur- King's New Discovery, taken as need"W. A. Jackman and wife, and record- he is not known. ed n deed book No., 9 on page 402 in Poke Eazley, who spends a prise him more than any one ed, will soothe and check Coughs, Colds and the more dangerous Brontfiha Adair County Clerk's office, this chial and Ludg Ailments. You can't good deal of his time on Gander else. Mey 10, 1915. afford to take the risk of serious illS. H. Mitchell, S. A. C. Our idea of a hustler is a man ness, when so cheap and simple a remCreek during the spring and Sheriffs Office Columbia, Ky. is summer months, went down the who can work as fast all day as edy as Dr. King's New Discovery toobtainable. Go to your druggist .A Splendid Offer. other day and picked out a good he can dress in a cold room in the day, get a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, start the treatment at place to sit, but reports that the morning. once. You will be gratified for the Forthe-nex- t thirty days we will water is too damp yet for good When a fool hen takes a notion relief and cure obtained. For sale by iurnishThe Adair County News one Ad.. Paull Drug Co. jeac, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir- fishing. to sit she doesn't care a rap er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, Fletcher Henstep, who has ex- whether there are any eggs in Miss Ollie Wilson, of Owens-borone year, Farm and Fireside, semiMaga- tra large feet, has been acting as died from lock jaw as the monthly, one year; the nest or not. Lazy men are monthly, one year; and Poultry zine, result of an automobile accident. Jointers, monthly, one year, all for filler in the Excelsior Fiddling built on the same plan. 31.65. This is the best offer ever made Band for some time, While he Many a smart kid who has &y this office, and all who want read-to- g matter should send their subscrip- cannot play anything much on ruled his mother has found it a tions to this office at once. will relieve your indigestion. Many his fiddle he makes it up by different proposition to govern a people in this town hzve used them and vrz have yet to hear of a case where starting the applause after each Hogwaflow News. wife. ihay have failed. We hcoT the forselcetion is rendered. mula. ScV c.vy by U3 25j it, fcsx. , cr-eekcon-(taising con-C7eytn- ce while en route to this place, and ter journeying around its many crooks and turns. The Hoghe has gone back to look for it. Improvement Society at The Wild Onion school teacher wallow up the matter and is of the opinion that the high once took reported that while no Ago cost of dog taxes makes a lot of have has Its attractions no less than properties that strengthen the stomach, more serene quieter life. bowels, is Dr. doubt the road should not be so youthit in athis very life and rest without liver andwhich thousands Caldwell's Syrup But is Pepsin, of of elderly peodogs mad during the summer sufficient exercise that brings with it ple use, to the exclusion of all other those crooked, they cannot see the ad- activity.disorders that arise from in- remedies. Trustworthy people like A. B. months. Chief of these are a chronic, Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm, Newbern, Tenn., Ky., visability of straightening it out rersistent constipation. are troubled in and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, InterMost elderly people say they take it at regular Miss Gondola Henstep was this way, with accompanying symptoms vals and in that way not only mainof belching-good after tain as this would y make it nearly headaches and drowsiness lassitude. eating, have seneral years health, but that they general Frenot felt as good as they smiled at by a bachelor near quently there is difficulty of digesting do now. in You will do well to three miles longer, and as yet een light food. Much mental trouble have a bottle of it in the house. always It is ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable good for all the family. Bounding Billows, one day this remedy. First of all the advice may be Anyone there is nowhere beyond Rye given that elderly people should not use remedy wishing to make a trial regular of thl3 before buying it in the week, and she is planning to salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters way of a druggist at fifty cents or one or any of the more violent purgatives. Straw for the road to go. large What they need, women as well as men, dollar a asample bottle (family size) can pass there again soon. have bottle sent to the home is a mild laxative tonic, one that is free of charge by simply addressing Dr. pleasant to take and yet acts without W. B. Caldwell. 405 "Washington St. Constipation Cured Overnight griping. The people around Rye Straw The remedy that fills all these re- Monticello, 111. Your name and address tonight quirements, and has in addition tomlc on a postal card will do. A small dose of have requested the Mail Carrier and you enjoy a full, free, easy bowel not to stop anywhere along the movement in rhe morning. Ifo griping, for is Podophyllin Facts You May Not Know. road unless he has some mail, as (May Apple) without the gripe. Po- WELL DRILLER corrects the cause of Constihe will create a wrong impresspation by arousing the Liver, increasMoles, clumsy and almost I will drill wells in Adair and ion. ing the flow of bile, Bile is Nature's prop blind, become perfect demonds antiseptic iu the bowels. With adjoining counties. See me be The town of Thunderation in er amount of, digestion in bowels is they quarrel. No one the Calf Ribs se'ction is reported perfect. Uo gas, no fermentation, no when Latest imConstipation. Don't be sick nervous, knows what they quarrel about, fore contracting. to be on a boom, the Mail Car- irritable Get a bottle of your they start fight- proved machinery of all kinds. rier having delivered five mail from your Druggist now and cure Ad but when once Constspation overnight. ing one has to die. Pump Repairing Done. Give catalogues there in one order Truth Spoken in Jest. Want a safe candlestick? me a Call. day. Drive a small nail into the botThe Excelsior Fiddling Band The trouble with most of the tom of a candle to make it float 1. C. YATES will begin next week to learn to advice is that it has generally upright, then place in a tumbler play "It's a Long, Long Way to been offered at the wrong time. of water. Tipperary." They will walk to A man can insist that wealth The highest temperature ever Tickville while practicing. A Splendid is a burden and yet break his known in a human being was reClubbing Bargain Clab Hancock, who dropped back holding on to his share. corded in the case if an Italian We Offer from sight some time ago when he Adair County News One charitable act will occa- recently. A victim of lung dishe married a widow near Boundand him- ease, his temperature was 138. ing Billows, has regained his sionally cause a man to pat The Cincinnati many months. The coldest inhabited country self control and is again coming self on the back for Some good people enjoy telling is said to be the Province of WecRIy Enquirer, into public view. Werchojansk, in Siberia. The Both One Atlas Peck believes there is a bad news. daily mean temperature of the Year Gallons of trouble may come fine opening for some good enerFor Only year Is 2,74 degrees below entire getic English sparrows to build out out of a pint flask. Subscription may be zero. About the only satisfactory a nest at his home, since the new or renewal Authentic records sh.ow that chimney has got to leaning away substitute for wisdom is silence. What theJVeekiy Enquirer is cmders from a forest fire in the from the house. To err is humans to forgive It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it Is One of tree top3 in Northern Washingthe best home metropolitan weeklie'of toThe Hog Ford preacher will go may be a brand of diplomacy. day. It has all the facilities of the great ton last fall, were carried twenDAILY ENQUIRER for obtaining the There is a much better market to the Calf Ribs neighborhood world's events, and for that reason can ty miles. giue you all the leadine news. It carries next week to begin a protracted for good mules than there is for a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable bad men. A Ooctor's Prescription for COugh meeting as a preacher can do a The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Po-Do-L- ax Po-Do-L- Do-La- x x $1.35 te One-fourt- market reports. Its numerous departments make It a necessity 'to every ome. farm or business man. This grand Offer is limited and we advise you to take advantasre.by subscrib'ng for the above combination Erizht now. Call or mail orders to The AdairjCounty News, Columbia,! Ky. Are You a Woman? o, To-day- 's i!Gardiii The Woman's Tonic ' 0 The Assistant Coroner attended a dance on Musked Ridge last Saturday night, but it did not do any good. Washington Hocks left late last night for parts unknown, but is expected back soon with a side of meat. The Mail Carrier had such a load on his last trip that he was compelled to throw off some of it .near Bounding Billows. One of the wheels ran off the 23n Peddler's wagon yesterday . is fast climbing the social ladder, having had Raz Barlow to see her Sunday afternoon, Cricket Hicks Sunday night. Misses Fruzie Allsop and Hostetter Hocks held a meeting Monday night and resolved that they cannot see what attraction any nice young man could find about her. There is a move on foot around Hogwallow to have the ' road to Rye Straw straightened, several travelers having some time complained of having the vertigo af Miss Rosey Mosely We always like to quote threat- Thieves entered the depot at In these days of enterprise it Gloverport Sunday night and is better to get room on the took several express packages. ground floor than at tfle top. Congress At the Pan-Americ- an ening Scripture when it applies to the other chap. Paull Drug Co. FBI SALE AT JUL OIHKGtSTS c J for 25 cents Dr. King's New Life Pills are now d supplied in glass bottles containining 36 sugar coated white pills, for 25c. One pills with a glass of water before retiring is an average dose. Easy and pleasant to take. Effective and positive in results. Cheap and economical to use. Get a bottle today, take a dose tonight your will be relieved in the morn-i- n the morning. 36 for 25c. For sale, Thlrty-sl- x well-corkeCon-sripation the thing which was emphasized was the need of more ships. Restored to Ciood iifwffl COPVniCKTS & uxvt Anyone sending a sketch aiul i quickly ascertain our opinion freo ai invention Is probably pmentahlo. -Cur.iinunn'a-linn- s strictly conaJentfal. HAMJ2U0'- - ' 'l sent free. Oldest agency for securing: pti . ?: Patents taken through Muim j. ' c. ....-- i tptcialnotice, without charge, tn tta OlMKIc EXPERIENCE TradcFMatikD3IGK3 TifrfrAifl-- ' OVER S3 YEARS - by Paull Drug Co. Health. "I was sick for four years with stomach trouble," writes Mrs. Otto Gans, Zanesville, Ohio. "I lost weight and felt so weak that I almost gave up hope of being cured. A friend told me about Chamberlain's Tablets, and since using two bottles of them I have been a well woman." Ad. Ad. Sold by Paull Drug Co. , Scienlif Ic jfJnsrdaa. . - lnnatrated woeSly. I..-- -j culation of any scientific journut. . year: four months, $1. Soidbynllrsw A handsomely . - .." cal- MUNff Ck364B'8adwTf - : v'jr& Branch Vfflce. SS St. WajjX...b. as- -. ,j- - ... THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS PROGRAM Of The stmpi Fourth District Convention . OfThe New 1915 Model Christian Church Which will Convene at Jamestown, on Friday Evening, June $695 17 New Features We have, right here, the car for which you have waited. It holds the road perfectly at 50 miles an hour. It carries five grown people comfort- 4th, at 7:30. PROGRAM 7:30 7:50 Devotional, V. L. Smith 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. Appointment of Committees. ri 8:50 9:00 9:10 Saturday Morning Bible School Session Song Service, led by V. E. Frazee. Bible Reading and Devotional, led by Roy K. Roadruck. It has left hand drive center control oelectivo sliding gear transmission. It hat a Sims high tension magneto. It rides as easily as any elliptic springs $5000 car on rear. It has a famous make of anti-ski- d rear tires and the ably. Vfith This is the "Thomhill" Wagon -the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line and of master workmen the aid of the most causing hard pulling. ingenious modern machinery have been "Thomhill" wagons are equipped with employed to make the Thomhill wagon. long sleeve malleable The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and outcare. For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Each skein is use the finest hickory machine driven fitted to its axle with a Defiance mato insure the right dish. The hubs are chineinfallibly accurate. This machine of oak' thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right pitch and tuck, makes: light draft a certainty. "ith double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. The axles are of toughest nickory They have an iron plate at top and bot- the steel axles of the best refined steeL tom, riveted through and through mulThe sides of "Thornhill" beds arcs tiplying their strength. made of poplar. It costs the makers The "Thomhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and gives hound plate that is braced to the hounds better service. at all points. This is an exclusive Come in and see this w3gon sobd "Thomhill" feature. It prevents the under a binding guarantee. non-breakab- 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", same size tires 30x3J inch all around. It is fully equipped top, windshield and speedometer, etc. This "Wonder Car" is the 1915 model of the Maxwell price $695. With Electric Starter and Electric Lights only $55 extra 10:40 11:10 11:50 11:55 2:00 1 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. sold By The Thomhill WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. ii the end the cheapest but the best, end Saturday Aternoon Session :15 Bible Reading and Devotional, C. Wagon is not the lowest priced W. Harrison. 1:25 :40 1 1:50 2:00 2;25 2:50 Reports from the Schools and Churches. Reports of Evangelists. Report of District Secretary. The Church and the Home Cooperating in Christian Edu cation, W. L. Smith, C. C. Lloyd. The Needs and Opportunity of the Church and Bible School Fourth District, J. F. King, J. Daniel. Shall Kentucky Recapture the National Front Rank ner, W. E. Frazee, H. B. Guynn. of Officers for the Ensuing Ban- Buchanan, Lyon Co. INPORI-OnATE- EVERYTHING IN irv. D'tfr'hntnrs for Taylor. Green and Adair CAsipnnr-T.LVH.Li-n, Counties. Artificial Bones. A new method of mending a ROOFING Asphaltf Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood 3:30 The Election 3:40 3:50 7:30 7:45 8:30 Year. Reports of Committees. Adjourned. fractured bone has been discov- Saturday Evening Session Bible Reading and Devotional, J. F. King. of Christian Union Address H. B. Guinn. in the Signs of the Times. The Promise Address, Tobias Huffaker. Montgomery. t J. Q. Adjournment. Alternate, M. R. Gabbert. "Victor in Sight." Alertnate, 9:20 9:00 Sunday Morning Session. Bible School Session, Conducted by W. E. Frazee. 10:20 1 1 1 1 :00 :40 Address on Christion Education by University Man. Sermon by State Evangelist. Communion service. 1 2:00 1 Adjourned for Dinner. Devotional, Miss Mary Lucy Lowe. Foreign Missions, Afternoon Session, C. W. B. M. Program. :30 1:45 1:55 "The Beginning; the" Success" Miss 2:05 2:10 2:20 Victoria Hughes. "Historical Sketch of the C. W. B.M." Mrs. Silas Denney. Song, by the Children. "The Childrens Work in the C.W.B. M." Mrs. B.sE. Rowe. C. W. B. M " Miss Kate Gill. 2:30 "Women and World Peace," Mrs. R. F. Rowe. 2:40-S- o!o, Mrs. W. M. Wilson. 2:45 "Our Literature", Mrs. Josephine Rowe. 2:55 "Is Belief in and Working for Missions, Essentialo our Final Salvation." Mrs. Maggie Ruperts. 3: 0 Address by State Secretary, Mrs. Louise Loos Campbell. 3:45 Address, Mrs. Z. T. Williams. "The Circle Work in the 1 Sunday Evening Session 7:30 Address by Returned Missionary. VK ered by an English doctor. He dries and grinds to powder a piece of fresh bone, and this powder he mixes to the consistency of a paste with petrolatum, and properly sterilizer the mixture. After the ends or the fractured bones have been brought into proper relations, and the location ascertained by d gital examination and a syringe having a long needle is filled with the warmed bone mixture, and the needle is inserted to the seat of the fracture, and as deeply as possible between the fractured ends. The contents of the needle are then injected as the needle is slowly withdrawn to the surface of the bone, when the injection must stop. This procedure may be repeated several times at different angles, thus filling the entire space between the fractured ends with the petrolatum and bone cells, which act as a focus for the formation of new bone. X-ra- y, -- and American Fenced Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO. Incorporated 112-11- 6 Eaat Matfcei trecT- - Between First andsBrook. Louisville, Ky. Birdseve view ot our Plant 'VKK Vi.f!w Vgfeffi ip2?V5!-j..Pn- Sl i' rS i WW - I "Largest in Dixie" V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. i Incorporated The Greenland Stock farm of Noah Henson, a wealthy far- Sick headache, biliousness, piles" and bad breath are usually caused by inac218 acres in Shelby county was mer of Marshall Jcounty was tive bowels. Get a box of Eexall effecOrderlies. They struck by lightning and instant- tively. Sold onlyact gently and cents. sold at auction for $29,000. by us at 10 ly killed. Pautl Drug Co. County Judge J. B. Wyatt, of C. H. McMillen, despondent E. P. Morrow has filed his pe Marshall county, was seriously over bis wife's death, committed tition with the Secretay of State injured in an automobile suicide at her grave at Cave Hill, as a republican candidate for Louisville. Governor. Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, i Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Read Our Liberal Paper Offers THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - - .. X.. .. ... .. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS FOR CIBCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce Lee A. Lawto the office of less a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of the County of Russell, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said county, as expressed at the August primary. Published Every Wednesday BY THE - Adair County News Incorporated.) Company eeeeeeeeeeeee o Corn Drills? Yes, Black Hawk, Campbell and Superior. Louisville and Chattanooga Routes- - CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor.. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. Post-offi- as second SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. JUNE, 2.1915 Announcements. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce P. A. Strange a Editor News: We have read your editorial proposing a Wolford Highway across the country, but it does not seem to us such a road will accomplish what we desire. We should stick to the line from Louisville to Chattanooga, Cultivators: Genuine Brown, Buckeye and Brinley Le verless, both Riding and Walking. Complete Line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggie, Field Seeds and Fertilizer. Q Ql It is the short line shorter a hundred miles or more between the two cities than either the Eastern or Western line through the States as adopted by the Commissioners. Their's is in effect a "Belt line," while ours would be a di- - A candidate for circuit clerk of Adair county, subject to the Democratic primary to be held in August. CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. Let us know what repairs you need at once, so as to save time and postage. 4 We are authorized to Price isa candidate for "eft Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said party, at the August primary, Irect line through the belt, and through the center of the two announce thatW. T. States. Being the short line, to the office and with beautiful and varied scenery from one end tothe other, it would certainly attract tourists over it. Besides its local advantages would be beyond measure. Letters are coming to us from Tennessee and the Kentucky counties South of us saying: "Lets go forward and build , the line? We can do it, and we will be on a line of road two thousand miles long." The Jeffries Hardware Store, Columbia, Kentucky. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. 'Judge J. C. Carter, of Monroe Cojnty, authorizes us to announce his candidacy for to the Office of Circuit Judge in this the Twenty-nint- h district, subject to the action of the Republican. voters, as expressed at the polls at the ComingAvgust primary. CIRCUIT JUDGE, 044444444444 44444444444 have an opportunity, not only to go to the Cumberland river, but to De on a connected line from the lakes of the north, to the Gulf and the Atlantic sea board on the south. Can we afford to lose the op- We Rebate Railroad Fares according to the plan of portunity. the Retail Merchants Association, affording you the That the public may underadvantage of stand that the road proposition BIG STOCKS SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS and through here means a great deal to us we will state that a leading SATISFACTORY CHOICE in selecting capitalist of Chattanooga agrees WALL PAPER, CARPETS, RUGS, LINOLEUM, bridge across the to build the DRAPERIES and LACE CURTAINS Cumberland river. He says: "I Our enormous line of strictly reliable merchandise at rock bottom will take the entire issue of the prices make trading at our store SAFE and SAVING. bridge stock, but I would at the same time give all the counties Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, and any of the citizens along the INCORPORATED route the right to take any or all 522 & 524 W. Market St. of the bridge stock that they may see fit to take." Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. H. C. Baker Exponents of the Slogan W. F. Cartwright .' llTII DISTRICT. Come To Louisville We are authorized to announce Judge I. II. Thurman, of Washington County, a candidate to the office of Circuit Judge in , for the Eleventh District, comprising the counties Of Green, Taylor, Marion and Washington, subject to the action of the Democratic party, as expressed at the August primary. At Our Expense The Tennessee counties have the bonds voted, and are ready . FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. to begin work, and they write to us to come on by way of Albany We are authorized to announce' A. A . Hudles-toof Cumberland county, a candidate for re- and join them. election t the office oi Commonwealth's Attorney district, subject to the in this the Clinton county proposes to fill action of the Republican voters in said district, as expressed at the primary to be held the first in her part. Saturday in August, 1915. What say Adair and Russell? OR THE STATE SENATE. It is up to us, and it is the opportunity of a life time. We are authorized to announce D. E. HatchWe suggest, and it is the suger, of Barren county, a candidate for the State Senate, subject to the Democratic voters at the August primary. The district is composed gestion which comes to us from of'tho connties of Barren, Metcalfe and Adair. the chairman of the line in Ten nessee, and from citizens of We are authorized to announce R. B. Trigg, Barren county, a candidate for the State Clinton county that a meeting be senate from the 19th district, subject to the called at some convenient point a on of the Democratic voters in the August primary. The district is composed of Adair. to effect an organization in KenBarren and Metcalfe. tucky, such as they have in Ten FOR THE LEGISLATURE. nessee, to press forward and to a successful issue this great en We are authorized to announce H. C. Baker a terprise. candidate to represent Adair and Cumberland Legislature, subject to the action of in the next Adair county would be expect the Republican voters, as expressed at the August primary. ed to build from Columbia to the Russell line, and take care of We are authorized to announce G. L. a candidate to resresent Adair and Cum- the road north to the Taylor line. berland In the next Legislature, subject to the would be expected to action of the Republican voters of the district, Russell as expressed at the August primary. cross its border at Creelsboro, FOR LEGISLATURE. or at some other point. North of us we have pike lines leading to. Wc are authorized to announce that. L. T. Neat is a candidate to represent Adair and Cum- Louisville, and through the blue berland in the next Legislature, subject to the grass ' to Lexington, and on to action of the Republican voters, as expressed at August primary. the Cincinnati. With this gap filled FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. in from Columbia to the Tennessee line, below Albany, we FAYETTE COUNTY. WILLIAM F. KLAIR would have a continuous line to as Railroad CommissionCandidate for by way of Albany, er Second District of Kentucky, Subject to the Louisville action of the Democratic party in the August Columbia, Campbellsville, LebPrimary. FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE. anon, Springfield and Bardstown, on what is known as the --short We are authorized to announce Nat S. Cohen, line across Kentucky and Tenof Madison county, a candidate for Commissioner f Agriculture, Subject to the action of the Dem- nessee, connecting the two cities, ocratic voters of Kentucky, as expressed at the Louisville and Chattanooga. August primary. It is the logical route between Russell County Announcement. the north and the south between Chicago, 111., and Miami, Florida whether it is called by FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. the name of Dixie or something For long years we have We are authorized to announce J, R. McFar- - else. nd a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of been talking of a pike to the Russell county, subject to the action of the voters of said county, as' expressed at Cumberland river. Now, we the August primary. n, Twenty-nint- h Perry-ma- n Germany claims justification in the sinking of the Lusitania. Leg Amputated. Its answer to the President's paper brought profound disappointA notice appeared in this paper ment to Washington. It now some days ago, stating that Harry looks like this country will sever Martin, a boy about seventeen years old, who lives at Tarter, this county, its relations with Germany. had the misfortune to get his right Mr. B. G. Redman, over his own signature, announces his It Pays to Buy on Market St. Collins & Young have sold their grocery store, in the mill district, to Charley Sandusky and Mr. 2s". B. Kel-se- y the business. - Re-ele- ct paper for candidacy in the Republican nomination for the Legislature, the district being composed of Adair and Cumberland. Mr. Redman tells his occupation in his card and gives other information for the benefit of the voter. It only remains for us to state that he is a man of fine native ability, and his ambition is to be Adair's and Cumberland's representative in the next Legislature. to-day- 's Mr. "Wood Paxton shipped a full grown mink- - to John Fish, St. Paul, Arkansas, last Saturday. He received 85 00 for it. Mr. Anthus Loy was in Columbia Monday with his twin sons, Eobert Miller and William Eowe. They will be 4 years old- - the 9th of August. They are as much alike as two black-eye-d peas. May 31st, " Bom, to the wife of Jasper Jeans, a daughter. Stewart Hutchison received a severe kick in the forehead by a colt last Friday morning. If th'e kick had leg badly crushed while logging. He been a little lowei it might have inwas a great sufferer, and one day last jured his eyes. week the limb was amputated by Drs. The suit brought by the Town of C. M. Kussell, J. D. Combest and J. Columbia against "Walker Bryant to D. Hammonds. There is some hope of the boy's re- recover the amount paid him for an engine and boiler, and also damages, covery. the whole amount being nearly five Lightning killed a mule last Thurs- hundred dollars, as decided by nine day afternoon for Mr. J. H. Young. jurors out of twelve, in favor of the defendant. The cost in the suit is It was valued at S150. over two hundred !ollars. Mr. N. T. Mercer lost a fine Jersey Mr J. O. Eussell lost a valuable cow last Tuesday night. She was valcow last Friday night. About sis ued at $100. months ago he paid ninety dollars for It comes from Frankfort that the her. She.leaves a heifer calf. school per capita for this year will be The Storm. $4.75. This information will be gladly by the teachers of Adair and received adjoining counties, as well as the The storm that swept over a porwhole State. tion of Adair county, last Wednesday afternoon, did not do a great deal of Thousands of tobacco plants were damage. A few trees were uprooted, setin.Adair county last week. Plants fencing laid low, and some of the telare not as plentiful as usual, but it is ephone and electric light wires about said that an average crop will be put tows were knocked from poles by fallout. ing limbs. In Taylor county it was more deWe learu that Mr. M. F. Guthrie, who lives at Bowena, Bussell county, structive. In the Pitman creek secsold his farm recently and will remove tion, near the Green line, two mills his family to Science Hill, Pulaski and a blacksmith's shop was washed county. Mr. Guthrie is a fine citizen away, and a small boy named Hash and evidently will be greatly missed was drowned. In Louisville the damage amounted from the community where he has so to thousands of dollars. long resided. THE-ADAI- R COUNTY NEWS Personals. in Logan county, last. Thursday. Mr. W. P. Nunnally called to see our druggist a few days ago. Mr. B. T. Marshall, traveling salesman, was here one day last week. Mr. John Q. Alexander was in Columbia the latter part of last week. Mr. Julius Gaskin was here from Russell Springs a few days since. Mr. Miss Mae Harvey, who has been con fined to er room for nearly a year, is Program. nowableto.be out, and she. thinks CONE FROM REMOTE SECTIONS OF GLOBE Medicinal Proper- Will Exhibit at Columbia Monday, June 7 she is in a fair way to recover her Mr. Edgar Diddle left far his home, health. Mrs. George H. Nell and twj daughters, Misses Cathrine and Allene; Mr. G. B. and Mr. W. C. Yates left Friday to visit relatives in Cave City and Bowling Green. Will Young, Leon Lewis and Edwin Cravens went to Tompkinsville to play on the ball team of that place against Celina, Tenn., but the latter club failed to show up. Following is the program of the Bible School of Methods, to begin at the Christian Church, Monday, the 7th of June, at 9 o'clock. 9:45 The Bible Everybody's Book F. M. Tinder. 10:30 Front Rank and how to Reach itRoy K. Roadruck. 11:15 The Teacher's Task Mrs. Tanlac Draws John S Asbury. NOOK RECESS. ties From Many Points 0VERT0P1NG,SURPAS5INC&E: CLIPSING ALL OTHER TENTED EXHIBITIONS. TWENTIETH AN- 1:30 1:45 Devotional. The Call from Abroad R. K. Far Away. Idea of Community, life, Louisville. Tinder. Mr. J. A, Dulworth, Camp Knox, 7:30 Baby's Rights Mr. Asbury and former is in the Courier-Journwas in Columbia last Friday. 8:15 The Church School R. K. Time's contest for an automobile. Mr. C. C. Christie, Camp Knox was Roadruck. Mr. John McFarland, of Rowena, here a few days ago. TUESDAY, JUNE 8. was here the latter part of last week. Mr. W. A. Yates, Edmonton, was in On his return Miss Callie McFarland, 9.00 The Bible Wisely Used by Columbia last Friday who has been visiting at the home of Teacher and Leaders F. M. Tinder. 10:30 The Adult Division R. K Miss Kate Stephenson, of Rowena, Mr. W. T. McFarland, accompanied him. Roadruck. is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. A. Hill. 11:15 The Teacher's Tools Mrs. Mr. W. F. Snow, Burkesville, was Asbury. here Saturday. Additional Locals. al Jo Russell spent last week in Mrs Fannie Taylor and her sister, Roadruck. 2:30 God's Miss Irene Meader, of Campbellsville, visited Colulmbia last Friday. The right-- F. M. Miss Alma McFarland is spending a few days with relatives at Rowena. Messrs. R. F. Paull and Allen Walker are in Louisville this week. Miss Ella Walker wa quite sick last Sunday. Mr. H. C. Hind man went to Lebanon Monday. Dr. H. W. Depp was in Edmonton four days of last week. to Neat & Murray's for Men's Low Cut Shoes, also Men's Suits. Go 30-- 2t I keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses.. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone 29, office Upton Grider, of Louisville, is phone 98. Mr. J. F. Triptett, visiting his relatives in Adair county. 45-- 1 yr Columbia. Ky. Mr. T. E. Jeffries was in Campbells-ville- , Ad Monday. Carload of Superior Wheat Drills and Deering Binders for sale at right Montpelier, is reported critically ill. prices. Good stock of binder twine. Mrs. Sanders, mother of Mrs George Better buy early. J. H. Phelps, Hancock, arrived a few days ago on a t Jamestown. Ky. Mr. C. M. Deener, who lives near The ingredients, or medicinal elements, which compose Tanlac come from many remote sections of the earth, the Alps, Appenines. Pyrenees, Russian Asia, Europe, Jamaica, Brazil, West Indies, Mountain States, near the Rocky mountains, Asia Minor, Persia, India, Russia, England, France, Germany, Mexico, Colombia, and Peru are among the poinds from which the principal properties of this remarkable preparation are obtained. In the principal laboratory of the NOON RECESS. Cooper Medicine Company, Inc., un1:30 The Task in America R. K. der the efficient direction of Herr JoRoadruck. seph Trimbach, anative German chem2:30 The Home Department Mrs. ist, these medicinal herbs, barks and Asbury. flowers are assembled in the rough and developed .so as to EVENING SESSION. obtain of that high standard of effici7:30 Knowing the Child Mrs. Asency shown by the uniform preparabury. 8:15 The Bible Vision of Family tion Tanlac. In sterilized bottles, made expressLife F. M. Tinder. ly for the purpose, Tanlac is placed, The program will be announced each day. To continue overThursday even- labeled and cartoned. The preparaing. This School of Methods is for tion is inspected again and then cratevery Bible' school worker, and a cor- ed for shipment to points over the dial invitation is hereby extended to world where the demand requires. Tanlac, the premier preparation is all the leaders of all the schools to atnow obtainable in Columbia at Page tend. W. G. Montgomery will lecture & Taylor's drug store. Ad Thursday. Free entertainment will be provided Voice From Tennessee. for all who will attend. Z. T. Williams. pains-takingl- y NUAL TOUR. . iaiBi 9M0 Mil lY urwr tamci c TRAINED ZEBRAS RIDING SEA LIONS SILVERTON TRIO FLYIKG FISHERS ST.J0HN FAMILY i iMiy ELSIE DE MOT; EQUESTRIENNE wlk . & iSSk OVFEATURE5 C A OTHER THE WONDER SHOW THE LIKE OFWHICH. YOU NEVER "rSCA1.DCC'iDC4i.sffwnmpui uiu..'is MILE LONG ? - STREET PARADE; AT 10 A.M. 9 Admission 25c and 35c. Wool Wanted 29-6- visit. Mrs. Talmage Smith and her little son, Harold, have Wanted, with colts. returned to Indian- apolis. Mr. E. Mann and Mr. J. J. Cambpell Creelsboro, were here the first of the, week. Mrs. John Lee Walker and son, John Ritchey, have pasture for two mares Neat Jo M. Harris, 30-Columbia, Ky. 2t See Men's Suits & and Low Cut Shoes at Murray's. her little returned form Burkesville. Mr. W. M. Wilmore, News correspondent at Grady ville, spent last Friday as a witness in court here. Prof. Paul Chandler attended the District Conference at Tompkins-ville- . Edgar narris will accompany his father, Mr. C. S. Harris, on a trip to Richmond, Va. Mr. Messrs. L. E. Daniel and L were here ones. Louisville, C. Mrs, Mart Grider, who lives in the Fairplay country, met with a stroke of paralysis one day last week and has been in a critical condition since the The following program will be renattack. Last Thursday she was speechdered by the auxiliary of the C. W. less, and her friends had but little B M , Tuesday, June 7, at 2:30 p. m. hope of her recovery. In the same in the Chistian church. neighborhood, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Song 41. Jake Simmons is lying very low with Bible Study "The Lad of John VI pulmonary trouble. Mrs. B. E. Rowe. Prayer Mrs. Maggie Ruberts. Born, to the wife of John Bennett, Song S". in the Fairplay country, a daughter. Minutes. Roll Call Responded to by scripture Next Monday will be county court quotations. Program. Jamestown, Tenn., May 24th, '15. Hon. H. C. Baker, Bring your Wool to us and Columbia, Ky., Dear Sir: get best cut prices, or let us work The Tennessee Counties represent- it up for you into our Extra large ing the Dixie Highway Short Route are very much in earnest about build- Blankets, Heavy Linsey, Jeans ing a real "Dixie Highway" and, as Ex- we see it, the only obstacle we have is and Jeans Coats and Pants, the link from the southern Kentucky tra Quality Knitting Yarn, Flan-el- s, line to your city coupled with whatever Coverlets. Etc. If you live difficulities there may be, if any, between your city on to Louisville. I a long Distance away, gather up f therefore take the liberty of writing you and suggest that you imme- a few bunches and come on, yoji perfect an association have a good bed here and roorri of all the counties in Kentucky through which this road will pass, for your team free. For samples; diately last Thursday. Rev. Thomas Hadley Rowe's X Roads, who has been sick for some weeks, is improving. Mrs. W. H. Edsell of Louisville, will arrive to visit Mrs. P. W. DeHoney and other relatives. to-da- y J. F. Turner and children, who have been visiting her parents at Creelsboro, for three weeks, returned home last Thursday. Mr. Porter A. Strange left on his return trip to Oklehoma Saturday morning. Mrs. Strange will remain some days before starting. Mr. B. F. Chewning, of this place, who has been in the revenue service for many years, is at home, to spend the summer. Dr. Jas. Menzies has returned from Mrs. St. Joseph Infirmary. His eye has greatly improved and he will not lose the sight of it. Mr. Barksdale Hamlett, Superintendent of Public Instruction, and a Democratic candidats for Secretary of State, was in Columbia last Saturday. Misses Ruby and Josephine Barbee and Virginia McLean spent a few days of last week visiting their rela- tives at Cane Valley. Mrs. X. T. Mercer and her little son, Allen, visited Mrs. Mercer's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Simpson, Breeding, last week. Mr. W. T. McFarland and his daughter, Mrs. Talmage Smith, of Indianopolis, visited at Rowena one day last week. Mr. Sid Douthitt, of Henry county Democratic candidate for Railroad Commissioner in this, the Second District, was in Columbia two days of last week. While here lie formed the acquaintance of a number of Adair county people, making a favorable im pression. Marriage licenses were issued from the Adair County Clerk's office a few days ago to the following persons: I have a thoroughbred Aberdeen Millard Burton and Birdie Burt6n; J. Bull at my farm. One dollar at the W. Wilson and Dempsey Taylor. gate. I join Bob Conover and B. E. Rowe. Leslie Willis. The Cumberland circuit court will t open at Bur,ksville next Monday, which will be followed by the Russell Gill ct Waggener have installed a circuit court, on the third Monday. . soda fountainjand opened 1211 ice cream The Adair circuit court closed last parlor in the side room of their store. Saturday. It was a busy term. The All kinds of cool drinks, and everything kept in perfect order. A share Commonwealth finished Saturday night of the first week and the last of the trade of the town is asked. week was taken up in trying civil cases There were several felony cases continued until the September term. Official Call for Repuplican Coun30-230-2t. Business Period. "The child at worship" Miss Vic Hughes. Hidden Answers Mrs. W. R. Myers. Solo "Life and Light Forever" Mrs. W. M. Wilson. Reading "The Night Cometh" Mrs Z. T. Williams. Offering. Benedicfion. Mrs Z. T. Williams, Pres. Mrs. Silas Denney, Sec'y Miss Rose Hunn, of the owner of a half bred Arabian mare. Last Tuesday the mare dropped a filly colt by an "imported Shetland. The colt represents five different colors and is in fine condition. A day or two after this Mr. W. eT McCandless' Shetland mare dropped a beautiful horse colt. It is spotted, very much like the mother. ithis place, is ty Convention. The Republicans of Adair county are hereby called to meet in mass at the Court House in ColumKy., at one o'clock p. m., on Satbia urday, June 2, 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, con-ventio- n Residents of Columbia met in the city cemetery last Sunday afternoon and placed flowers on the graves of departed relatives and friends. There were no formal exercises. particularly those southward from Columbia, and organize all these counties in one united effort to build this road. Of course, I understand one county can not aid another in the way of finances, but it is a very material benefit to know that each county will do its share and an organization in Kentucky such as we have in Tennessee Is vitally important. If you can at once perfect this organization and call a meeting, I will endeavor to have representatives of the Tennessee Short Route present at the meeting to confer with you. We feel like that if we build this road and properly advertise, we will get the travel no difference who gets the name,of the Dixie Highway and, by the way, if you will notice the resolu tion adopted at Chattanooga there is absolutely nothing definite about the road selected. If we can get our road under course of construction and have it in better condition within twelve months than either the eastern or western road, as I believe we can, then we still have a, most excellent chance of having our road named the "Dixie Highway," because there is not now any real Dixie Highway. Hoping I may hear from you very soon, am Youf s Truly, Ward R. Case, Chairman Short Route. cashier of the Citizens bank, at Albany, Ky., writes among other things, "Lets get busy and try and have a Central line of pike. All the counties in Tennessee are with us and are anxious to push the route from Chattanooga, via here to Louisville, and our people here will be anxious to come your way." Our County officials and citizens should get busy at once, for if we lose this road it will he because of our own indiffreence not because we can not build it. Mr. W. A. Dicken, prices, etc., address, E. L. REECE, Mgr. . Farmers Woolen Mills, Jamestown, Ky. TIN WORK. "Work," I am prepared to do auy kind of Tin Roofing, Guttering, &c. make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumps and any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Cal3 at my shop if you need any thinG in my line or repair work in tinorsheetiron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. . I S. E. Bridgwaters, Never touch a dangling wire. They are dangerous. Notify the light company or the telephone company where you see one down-- . Members of the Eastern Star Chapwho assisted them, in a play recently given by the order, last Thursday night. Refreshments were served and the hall was beautifully decorated. It was an evening very delightfully spent. ter entertained all those 1915. ing former Progressives, who now claim to be Republicans, have a right to participate in this convention. Adair county is entitled to 19 votes in the State convention. t W. F Sanders, Chairman. 30-3- There will be a meeting of the 'citizens of Adair county at the courthouse, next Monday at 1 p. m., to discuss the building of the short line turnpike from Chattanooga to Louisville. All counties along the route are deeply interested, and Adair county must give a deffinite expression. Piominent speakers will address the meeting and the court-roor- n should be crowded. At this meeting a general meeting of all the counties along All known Republicans, includ- the route will be called. Turn out, every body. A valuable mare, which was the property of Mr. Walker Bryant, died last Saturday morning. Mr. Bryant had refused $275 for her. Bradley Waggener, a coloredF boy n about twenty years old, Sunday afterabout town, died last noon. He carried insurance sufficient to pay burial expenses. He was preparing to teach and had a very good! common school education well-know- Tom Dowell for the possession of a calf, the. jnry failed to agree. The Rev. F. A. Hamilton will preach at iurv stood four for plaintiff, eight for Prof. R. R. Moss received his new Cane Valley the first Sunday in June defendant. The calf is said to be Overland machine last "week. This in place of the pastor, Z. T. Williams, worth about twenty dollars; The cost makes twenty-on- e automobiles owned who iijKattending the Fourth Dis- in the suit up to this, tuna over twa in Columbia trict Convention at Jamestown. hundred dollars. r In the case of R C Faulkner against THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Hooker's Title. maximum depths are greater Becks Store. than 200. Chicago has about 600 moving Mr. Fayette Lloyd, who has A curious accident gave Gen. Hooker his title of "Fighting picture theaters with a daily at- been afflicted for so'long, silently passed away last Saturday, May tendance of 500,000 persons. Joei There are nearly a thousand The correspondent of the Press is often compelled electric ranges in use in the city during exciting times to send his of Winnepeg. telepraphic accounts piecemeal, in order to enable the papers to There Is No Question lay the facts before the public as but that indigestion and the distressed feeling which always goe3 with it can fast as possible, Hence, in order ve prompuy xeueveu uy lading a v , to number the pages correctly, l&xaSX Tablet he has to supply what is called before and after each meal. 25c a box." Paull Drug Co. a "running head," which he repeats with every page of his Prepare Tor Citizenship. story. As-sociat- ed Funeral services were conducted Sunday morning at the home, by Rev. A. Kirby in the presence of a large circle of friends, After which his body was laid to rest in the Strange cemetery. 15. pSsBI gggl Sellie Thomas has greatly im- proved from a severe attack o: fever. He is able to be out again. Roy Strange and mother of Glenville, were here to attend kkkkm years' reputationthe formula kW m LkkW is printed on everypackage. H kkm In buying Green Seal yon kkW get a high grade, durable, lust- H H kkW rous paint and the formula km proves it. Have it uscMMgS!fSHH kW on your next painting gJ Bl Vto hn Green Seal Paints yon are not asked simply rely on its twenty-fiv- e H-m- av in J m JH Jrjr-"jssgj- I want the boys to place their country before everything else. Forget their own interests every time. Let them not consider Greatly Benefited by Champerlain's themselves when their country Liniment. is involved, but do or give or be "I have used Chamberlain's Liniment for sprains, bruises and rheu- what their country demands, matic pains, and the great beneflt I thought of any ill or have received justifies my recommend-ngitinqh- without highest terms," writes good to themselves. Mrs Florence Slife, Wabash, Ind. If you are troubled with rheumatic pains "That is the preparation for you will certainly be pleased with the The other prompt relief which Chamberlain's good citizenship. affords. Liniment Obtainable at things are goad education, the Paull Drug Co. Ad schools,9they all have their part Interesting Facts. but" the real prepartion is learning this lesson, to put your Minnesota hens last year laid country first to put your country first over yourselves to put 700,000,000 eggs. Lightening is more frequent in your country before any other Illinois and Florida than in any country. "Do that and you are a good other states. citizen. Let but the world preThe parcel post is using elecpare so let but that idea become tric delivery trucks in many of general the idea of subordinathe large cities. ting selfish desires to the genThere is little begging in Northern Italy, yet it is very eral good and wars will cease forever." President' Wilson in prevalent in Naples. Scotland has 32 lakes whose The American Boy. e i" Whsn the account of the battle of Malvern Hill was being received by the Associated Press, there was such excitement in New York city that it extended to the telegraph operators and copyists, who were generally proof against such fevers. In the midst of the sensation that the battle created, one of the copyists, in his admiration of the gallantry and daring of Gen. Hooker, as detailed in the report improvised a "running head," "Fighting Joe Hooker," which was repeated page after page. Two or three papers adopted it as the head-lin- e for the printed accounts of the battle. The name "stuck" and was fixed on Hooker forever; but, instead of accepting the title as a compliment, he could never bear to hear it. "It always sounds to me," he once said, when allusion was made to it, "as if it meant 'Fighting Fool.' It has really done me much injury in making the public believe that I am a f headstrong, fool bent on making wild dashes at the enemy. 1 have never fought without a good purpose and with fair chances of success. When I have decided to fight, I have done so with all the vigor and strength I could command." ur-iou- s, the burial of J. T. Lloyd. "When a boy come3 to the age and steps over the of twenty-on- e line into full citizenship, what should he be? What definite ideals should he hold before him? i In other words, what is a good citizen? Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Bradshaw IQ formula. II of Montpelier, spent part of last week with C. R. Thomas and family. Rev. J. W. Caughron, wife and little son, together with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Caughron at"I should say," and here the tended the graduation exercises President became very earnest at Lindsey, last Monday. indeed. "I should say that his Finis Patton and Miss Nina ideal should be this: That the Breeding, of Breeding, were, the good citizen is the one who puts guests of Misses Eula and Robbie his country and its gpod first. Traylor, Saturday and Sunday, He is the one who, whenever Misses Nina Simpson, Cordia there is a conflict between his Fudge and Jane Traylor joined personal interests and desires, them on Sunday all spending a and the country's good, would very delightful day. not take an instant to decide or Paul Vanzant of Edmonton, hesitate. He would forget his entertained the people of this own interests and remember on- place Thursday night with a ly his country's good. moving picture show. "Let us take for example a O. T. Smith and wife of Breedsoldier. He goes into battle for ing F. Z. Smith and family of his country. He fights for her. Burkesville, spent Sunday with He faces danger to win victories Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sparks. for her and what does it matter Misses Ida and Aleen Baker to him if he be wounded or visited Miss Ferila Smith last killed? What matters the shedSunday. ding of his own blood so long Miss Mollie Baker is visiting as his country is served by it? her niece Miss Sarah Traylor, "It is that idea applied to peace that I want the boys Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. and everybody else to get. This is a remedy that every family VjJ 0 1 L A-tA-LA mm mm . " Tm J mm m w Hl IlVT-- ' H M.m IL m j I fc For Sale by mmmmm I Jeffries Hardware Store Columbia Ky cur until they have passed it is too late. He is never and j your aunt what relation is she to you? Your mother. What ia an old lady in tht posted on city, township or county affairs, his middle of a river like? Like tcl knowledge being limited to what, be drowned. others in their generosity choose Why were Adam and Eve a to tell him. grrmmatical anomoly? Because they were two relatives without! tellectual van, while he trails an antecedentr along in their dust. Whs is the figure 9 like a pea He is really a bright fellow but cock? Because without a tail iti concerning current events he is is nothing. generally regarded as "slow." Which are the most contented! He spes others leading the in- because they! that dollar that would pay for never complain without caws. his home paper a year? Why are birds in spring like Be-- 1 banking establishment? Apparently he thinks so. cause tney issue promissory But what do You think? notes and rejoice when the! branches are flourishing. 8 Watch Your Children m Does it pay him to hold onto birds? Rooks, Often childrendo not let parents know they are constipated. They fear something distasteful. They will like Rexall Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes like sugar. $ Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. What is that you can keep af ter giving it to some one else?! Your word. Give the three degrees of get ting on in the world. Get on, should be provided with, and especialQuaker Quips. ly during the spring and summer months. Think of the pain and suffering that must be endured when It is less unpleasant to accept medicine must be sent for or before relief can be obtained. This remedy the advice'of some men than to is thoroughly reliable. Ask anyone who has used it. Obtainable at Paull accept their cigars. Drug Co. Ad get honor, get honest. In Idle Hours. A sharp elbow can give you a Some pessimists act as if they Cost of Saving a Dollar. good poke, but a sharp tongue think smiling is a dreadful ease. dis- can give you a better one. Self-conce- it Even the ignorance of some There is a fellow in this counis the result of not ty (you all know him well) who being able to see ourselves as people smacks of a cold storage variety. does not take his home paper. others see us. A successful employee is one He saves a dollar a year in a Occasionally you meet a man way but this is what it cost him, who is so aggressive that he who can create a bigger job for himself. He gets his news second, third even wants to gen the better of The best work in this world is or even fourth hand, of weeks his own better half. by those who don't demand after it has occurred, always Rather than darn her stockings done for it. stale, and usually garbled be- Sunday many a girl wonJd rather credit yond recognition. remember the Sabbath day and The Prohibition party will hold keep it holy. He knows little of the a convention in Louisville Fri opportuntes that are ofOne beauty about having a pug day when a full state ticket will fered in the local papers each nose is that you are not always be named. week, and because of the ab- waiting for something to turn sence of this information pays up. Philadelphia Record. The Governor of Georgia says more than is necessary for what he will not consider the petitions Riddles. he buys. in favor of commuting Frank's He knows nothing of many sentence sent to him outside of important events that are to oc- - If your uncle's sister is not Georgia. mer-chanti- le Tjwy THE ADAIRiCOUNTYJNEWS Bo jb nmffiffiffiffinnHlllSI It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give CARDUI The Woman's Tonic I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping' weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. a trial. Get a Bottle Today! 1M DENTAL OWWICm spend the money I'se made al Flooding and Cramping! ready. Dr. Sam mounted the steps and reSTELLA-VITA- E DENTIST leased Rastus from his bonds. STOPPED IT! OVER FAXJXJCi DRUG CO. Rastus in turn prepared the unThis has a world of meaning to every woman who suffers suspecting Sam for hanging. Columbia, Ky. as Mrs. J. S. Blair, of EnterThen he skipped. A few minutes RES PHONE 20. OFFICE PHONI prise, Okla., suffered and there are many thousands such. later the sheriff returned. He Mrs. Blair tells the story of her sufsaw a negro patiently standing fering and cure much better than we HENRY W. DEPP, can tell it We Quote her own words: on the scaffold. Without further ' I had been flooding, cramping and ado he sprung the trap. DENTIST vomiting (or fire months and taking medicine from as good a doctor as the fortunately for Sam the rope Am permanently located in Co. country affords, but be did me no good. I got tired of doctor's medicine and sent to tha drug store for a woman's mediwas old and broke under the sudcine and the druggist sent me STELLA lumbia. j TITAB. den strain. It rolled Sam into All Classes of Dental work done. Crow "One bottle stooped everything ana I felt like a different woman. I hare) the dust of the court house yard. used six bottles already and will Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. continue to use and praise He wrenched his hands loose and whenever I need a woman's All Work Guaranteed medicine.' jerked the hood from his head. Office over G. W. Lowe's What STELLA-VITAdid for Mrs. Then rolling his eyes around and Blair it will do for you. We guarantee the first bottle to benefit you. Shoe Store rubbing his neck, he said: Your money back if it don't. You cannot afford to not try it when "You all white folks can take J. B. Stoke you have all to gain and not a penny J. H. Stone to lose. back your old job. You all's too Go to. your dealer today and begin STELLA-vitae T James Triplett E trying STELLA-VITAtrying to become well. We lose the price if you are not benefited. In many years of guaranteeing STELLA-VITA- E less than one bottle out of every thousand has tailed to benefit, E, rough." Neuralga Pains Stopped. You don't need to suffer these agnizing nerve pains in the face, head, arm, shoulders, chest and back. Just apply a few drops of soothing Sloan's Liniment; lie quiatly a few minutes. You will get such relief and comfort! Life and the world brighter. Get a 3 ounces for 25 cents bottle Drug Co. Penetrates withat Paull Ad. out rubbing. to-da- Stone & Stone, Attoney-At-La- w Special Notice! yeurchmnctm Bfbmlngbn9lM9tl .trm q Will prance in this and adjoining counties. thousand to mnmf Thacher Medicine Co. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Was Jamstown, .: Kentucky Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. and satisfactory fence. NOTE THE PRICE. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c too Rough. n. h. JoriEs Veterinary Surgeon and Dentlbt years experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHONE NO. 7B i Residence Phone13 B n A negro in a southern county Teeth and the Digestion. Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick The seat town had been condemned to die, The day of the hanging From the time food enters the came and Rastus was taken to the mouth and is masticated until its Fence scaffold in the court house yard.' waste has left the body the funcits Just as the sheriff was about to Maticsation, accomplished in spring the trap a cry of "Fire!" the mouth, is no doubt the most was heard, and smoke was seen important stage of this function. coming from the court house Defective teeth are a threat to windows. The officials and spec- ' hood was slipped over his tion of digestion goes forward head and the noose adjusted. through various stages. a Business Pho el3T DR. J. N. MURRELL 1DENTIST forgetting their task, of mastication, and consequently " 32 " " 9' 8 rushed to help fight the blaze. of digestion. ' 6 " " 39 " " Any way, Rastus was tied and 9 While the vigorous stomach could not escape without aid. " 9 " " 39 " " 9 may attack particles of food of During the fire another negro considerable size and resistance, Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. wandered into the courthouse the process of digestion is naturBuy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods yard and passed the scaffold. He ally slowed up in proportion to thought he recognized a familiar the magnitude and firmness of subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as form standing on it and proceed- the unground particles. to Quality and Price. ed to find out. In addition to this, the admixIs dat you, Rastus?' 'Hello dar! A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated ThornhiM ture of healthy saliva to the food "I'se Rastus." during the process of mastication Wagons. 'Satisfaction, or your money back." "What you all doin' on dat is of no little consequence, especDon't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth- platform!" ially in the digestion of starch. movin' picture actor "I'se a ing, both at old prices. Thus defective teeth not only now Sam?" injure by reason of imperfect "A movin' picture actor?" We have not taken the War in Europe as an mastication, but likewise by rea"Yes, sah; a regular movin' son of a failure to properly incorAdvance on Anything Excuse to ask picture actor." porate the saliva with finely di"Is movin' picture actin' hard vided particles of the food while Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. work, Rastus?" it is still in the mouth. waterLime for this month, only 90c. "It's softer dan eatin' It's an old saying, but. a wise melon all day long." one, that "people dig their "Is you paid well?" graves with their teeth." Take C. D. work-i"Gets $5 every day for care of your teeth and save your VETERINARY SURGEON a hour or two." health and lengthen your life. "Rastus, you all is a friend of Land Owners Attention. Bilious Attacks. mine, isn't you all?" When you have a bilious attack T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do "I sure is, Sam." your liver fails to perform its functhe white folks what tions. You become constipated. The "Den. if your Surveying correctly. runs dis movin' picture actor food you eat ferments in your stomyears He has thirty-thre- e of digesting. This inbusiness wants another actor you ach instead flames the stomach causing nausea, experience. Charges reaSpecial Attnetin to Eyes me, Rastus." tell 'em about vomiting and a terrible headache. l, Fiatulo, Spavin or any sursonable. Phone 74 or gical work done at fair prices. 1 am "You can come on up here and Take Chamberlain's Tablets. They to take care of stock. Mon well fixed will tone up your liver, clean out your write e , due when work is done or stock take my job right now, Sam. stomach and you will soon be as well removed from stables. I'se tired of movin' picture actin' as ever. They only cost a quarter. LtCATIIN-NET. C Faulkner, IUGIES' lESIHNCE Ad MI.IOtKSVlLLE SHEET. Besides, I got to Obtainable at Paull Drug Co's. for tators, 1 " " " " " 7 8 " " " 6 " 6 '.' " " 26 32 "" "" " 18c " 20c " 18c " 22c " 20c Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. health by reason of impairment Columbia, - Kentucky Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires pat on. Sped Prices right-and attention to Horse Shoeing. satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot1 PHONE N0.J75 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky. Home-maKer's Code. The homemaker's code, as en by a prominent club woman, is this: "To regard home-making giv- American as a business and apply to it science,' culture and effort. "To follow the new rather than kitchen housekeeping. "To know mechanics better in order to choose and use household tools and improved devices more intelligently. "To work for legal measures insuring purity, honesty and sanitation in the manufacture and sale of all home products. "To understand color, form and line so that home furnishings and decorations shall be more simple and harmonious." Surveying , Crenshaw n' Poll-evi- AIO Columbia, Ky. to-da- y. 8 Gradjville. )I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS sian line along San river were scattered, and concedes no new victories.to the Austro-Germaarmies. The dispatches say it is believed there the Germans have been definitely checked in Galicia and Southern Russian Poland, and that the Russians are now prepared to assume the offensive. In the west the British have been compelled to give ground in Belgium to the Germans, who are once more pressing forward strongly along the part of the front which has seen the heavi-- . est sustained fighting of the war. The allies apparently have offset this German victory, however, by a French" invasion further south, in Northern France, near Arras. n it v rain: last week. W, P. Flowers ia- - preparing to build a new dwelling op the lot he recently purchased. vMiss Nora Sherrill returned from Lebanon a lew days age, where she spent several weeks visiting her brother. Quite a number of our people attended court at Columbia last week. Wheat and grass has come out wonderfully in this section since tfche recent good rains. H. A. Walker, of Columbia, was through here last week buying lambs and sheep for future delivery. Charles Morrison, on his return from Greensburg one day 3ast week, had the misfortune, some where between Milltown and this place, of losing his pocket book and its contents. The regular church meeting day of our Baptist brethren at tfhis place has- - been changed to the 4th Sunday in each month. This change gives every body a chance to go to church every Sunday in in the month this community. The first and third Sunday there is preaching at Union church and the second and fourth Sunday at this place. We have heard a great deal of talk in the past week or so about transplanting tobacco in this part' of the county and most all of the farmers have or will have enough f of a crop, plants to set We itake it that there will be fully .one-haof crop transplanted in this part of Adair; Dr. B. F. Taylor and daughter, of East Fork, on their return irom Columbia one day last week yun a narrow risk of losing their lives in crossing Butler Fork, at Sliss. Dr. not being acquainted with the ford and the creek being very high, got into a place ahere it washed his, horse and iugfey around and came very near throwing them out in the creek. The Dr. says if had not 5iad a good true horse, they would have been drowned. of, -- Plenty A series of attacks from both sides of the line North of Arras brought on fighting of unusual violence. The official communi cation from Paris asserts the German attacks made with es pecial severity near Lorette, were all repulsed. The Berlin statement admits the loss of a small position near Givenchy, but asserts that elsewhere the Allies were driven back with heavy losses. Joppa. He is Kate Akin of this place. of the Baptist denomination, has a fine delivery and is an honor to his church. Your scribe, Dr. Scott, Clifton Scott, Winfrey Janes and Char ley Rowe Sr. attended court two days last week. Bro. H. T. Jessee has another boy at his home. Mother and child doing well. James Rossen took the examination last week, but has not heard from his papers yet. Bro. Purdue, of Bridgeport, was called for the present year at Harrods Fork Baptist church. Glad to have him frith us. Our Sunday School i3 progressing nicely with Finis Strange as Superintendent. Mr. Less Wilson died near Sparksville last Saturday and was buried at Antioch, Sunday. Your scribe will teach at Birds this year, James Rosson here, F. A. Strange at Weed, and Evin Roberts at Wilson district, there are only four teachers here. We have had so much wet weather that some corn fields look like pastures. Tobacco plants are scarce and very little has been set in this " teacher, is very ill at this writ- ing. Mrs. Hardin "Cundiff and Mrs. Owen Cundiff visited Mrs Cal-vi- n Hutchinson, Monday. She is slowly improving. There will be preaching the third Sunday in June. All are invited to attend Sunday School and preaching. I have heard many mothers say that locality. Mt. Pleasant. one-hal- lf The recent rains have wrecked Our farmers all have a smile a the corn crops through this secmile long since the good- rains, tion. and the corn crops are looking Miss Jula Loyd has gone on an fine. extended visit to her relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Sine Absher Cumberland county. were guests cf Mr. Bob Willis Miss Mollie Bennett, Cane Valand family, near Egypt, Sunday. ley, visited Miss Mattie Young juuue nusseii v annoy, sun oi last week. Ed Vanhoy, happened to a painMisses Julia Moore and Mattie ful accident, He was playing: Bennett were the guests of the with his little wagon, fell and Misses Murrell last Saturday and broke his arm. Sunday. Master Frank Callison and sisMiss Thomasine Garnetfc is vister, Virginia, spent last Saturday iting at Williamsburg. night and Sunday with their visited grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Amanda Butler Miss Mattie Young recently. Braxton Massie. - ! -- Messrs. T. A. and W. G. Mr. and Mrs". Oscar Cunningwho have been in poor ham, of Russell county, spent a health for some time, are attend- few days of last week with R. A. Hoi-lada- ing a heallh resort in Grant county, Miss Mary Young is expected home from Missouri in a few WAR SITUATION. days. Miss Kathreen Willis entertainAn official communication from ed a numbor of her friends last Home indicates that the Italian Saturday night. invasion of Austria has been exl, Misses Bess and Fannie pended over almost the whole of of Dunnville, have been Austro-Italia- n frontier. the visiting their aunt Miss Autha According to this statement, Cabbell for some time. the Italians have seized a numMiss Allye Garnett visited ber of towns near the border, Misses Eva and Elva Murrell and have forced their way Tuesday night. through mountain defiles, occuYoung spent Miss Mattie pying strategic positions. ApThursday night with the Misses parently there, has been little Uptoni heavy fighting thus far, although Miss May Upton visited Eva in one instance a bayonet enSunday. counter is mentioned. It is stat- and Elva Murrel Cab-bel- Hutchison. Mrs.. M. E. Cunningham, who spent a few weeks with her niece, Mrs. George Curry, has returned home. Miss Annie Elizabeth, Hood, who has been sick for the past few weeks, is improving slowly. Mrs. Nancy Rice is spending a few weeks with Mrs. Claud Callison, Misses Bush Tupman and Cora Smith spent last Saturday night and Sunday with Annie Eliz- abeth Hood. Miss Linnie Hutchison spent last Saturday night at home and attended the party at Mrs. Claud Edrington's. The young folks had an enjoyable time. Miss Ruth ed the Austrians retired every- where, destroying bridges as they fall back, The new attack of Gen. Mack- ensen, against the Russian line north of Przemysel, in Galicia, is reported from Vienna and Berlin to have been attended by conspicuous success. The War Office at Petrograd, however, jtatee that attacks on the Rus- -- Rugby. i Vanhoy was the Sun- guest of her grand parents, day. Mr. and Mrs. Rural Hutchison feeble health all spring, is able spent the week end with Mr. and to be up about the house. Mrs. George Curry. Akin, of West MinRev. Titus Linnie and Stora Misses ister Texas, is here on a yisit. He left here thirteen years ago, Hutchison were shopping in Coand has been preaching 2J years. lumbia last Wednesday. Miss Mary Vanhoy, our music He came in after his mother Mrs. -- T. J. Rosson, who has been in vaccination, smallpox could be completely eliminated, but such a thing as stopping the spread of these other diseases had never entered into their heads. Only a few years ago, there got to be much said about conservaOwensby. tion. Our coal was likely to give out in the course of a dozen or so cenOn Wednrsday, May 26. 1015, turies, and the people would all freeze our forests would be destroyto at 6:30 o'clock, Mr. Herbert Bar-ge- r, ed death, and building houses would have to son of the late.Alonzo Bar-ge- r, be stopped, the millions of acres of and grand son of the late marshy and swampy lands would have to be drained to make room for mill Daniel Barger, peacefully closed ions of people yet unborn, but the his eyes in the stillness of death. idea of sanitation to keep the people from dying, had not been thought of. Hub, as he was familiarly called, Millions of hogs were dying of cholera had been in declening health for and no remedies were at hand to prevent Thousands and thousands of the past five or six months, but sheepitwere afflicted with rot and ticks not confined to his room and bed and nothing being done for them. only four or five weeks. He Cattle were dying by scores upon our d Western prairies, and no balm in was a victim of kidney and stom for them. After long' years, the ach trouble, and it will be re- government of the United States conto membered made a trip to Louis- cludedany take the matter in hand and see if thing could be accomplishville to consult a specialist, some ed. When the United States governfew weeks ago. All that loving ment takes hold of anything, something will soon be doing. They began hands and medical skill could do, by appropriating millions and millions was done, but to no avail, for of money, and sending experts all over God knows best. Hub had nev-- . the country to see is anything could be done, or any remedy found for hog er made any open confession of and chicken cholera, and similar dishis sins and united with any eases among cattle and poultry. The government had spent $40,000,000 for church, but from the evidence of these things before the idea had ever his testimony before the end occurred to them to spend something came, it is hoped he made peace on the human family to see what could be done for them. with God. The deceased was 29 Some great philanthropists on their years old, and leaves a loving own acoount had given of their abunwife and infant son, one brother dance largely for these purposes, but it was only a drop in the bucket. and two sisters, Mrs. Robert i John D. Rockefeller had given thousRoyse, of Garlin, Adair county, ands of dollars to investigate the hook-worm disease in the of and Mrs. Elam Stearman, of j Kentucky, and that has mountains accomplished Dallas, Texas, being the sisters. wonderful results. But what are the His father preceded him to the States doing? The Legislature of Kentucky a few years ago, bassed an grave 10 years atjo, while his act requiring a health officer to be ap-- I mother died two and a half pointed in every county in the State j to look after the public health and see months ago. The funeral serv- that nothing was permitted to interices were conducted by his uncle, fere with the health of the people. likely to become chronic Eld. F. J. Barger, of Columbia, All diseasessurpressed as were to be far as could in a most solemn, beautiful and be done, and not permitted to spread. impressive manner in the pres- All swamps were to be drained, and in fact everything was to be done that ence of a large crowd of sorrow- would have a tendency to improve the ing relatives and friends, quite a health of the people. Of course these for lot of whom were his pupils. The health officers were to be paid protheir service. This pari of the remains were laid to rest in the gram was to be irried out by the tls-- i cal courts of the various counties, family burying ground at Esto. Under this law I became health officer Mrs. S. B. Collins is ' better at of Adair county. The law required this writing, but her left side is the fiscal court to lix a salary for the health officers services, and it required partially paralysed. it to be a reasonable compensation for Miss Ruth Wilson, of Colum- the work he had to do. Trouble soon bia, is visiting in this community. arose between the health officers and the fiscal courts, and the trouble reJames Frank and Ewel- - Con- mains to the present time. The fisover the State have alnor, of Ucum, attended the fun- cal courts all prejudice against the ways had a eral of their cousin, Mr. Herbert health officers, and never would fix a Barger. Mr. Ores Barger and reasonable salary, and health officers on account of the small pay that they wife, of Columbia, also attended. were receiving, refused to do the work Rev. D. T. Tarter, G. F. East required of them. The fiscal courts never could see the silent work being ham and Alex Helm, are attend- Ldone by the health departments, and ing the district conference at as a result concluded that nothing was being done. The fiscal court of Tompkinsville, 'this week. Adair county when they saw the popMr. M. L. Owens has been on ulation of the county increasing bv leaps and bounds attributed it to e the sick list, but is improving. erything oxcept the right thing, an i Mr. J. C. Burchett and son, one of the greatest compliments edir Estil, of Lula, were in this com- passed on me in my official capacii was passed by Judge Moss when testimunity last week buying hogs. fying in a case of mine in the circuit court, when in his contention that a HEALTH OFFICER'S COLUMN. health officer was no longer needed, said that the health of the county had grown so good that he thought it not BY "U. I TAYLOR. necessary to keep a health department any longer in the county. It public health is getting to be has usually been thought that the The one of the greatest problems of the population of a county is decreased by world. Only a.few years ago, it was a lack of railroads and turnpikes in expected that everybody would have the county, but I will show you that measles, mumps, scarlet fever, whoop-in- this is not the case. You know that cough, grip and all sorts of bad in Adair county we have no railroads, colds, and catarrhs, and that there and yet it is running far ahead of any was no way to avoid it. It was only a county round about it in population. question of time when these things In the census of 1910 43 counties had should take place. By many women lost population, and in not one of them and some doctors, it was thought best to'let their children take these dis- had the health officer been paid eases while they were young, because enough to enable" him to make a living outside his regular practice. it would go lighter withi-yougewould with older ones. children than it (Concluded next week.) gil-eaI I . i -- they would take their children where the danger was if they were sure that nothing bad would come of it, but'-anything bad happened, they would regret it as long as they should live upon the earth. They never thought of the idea of preventing these diseases altogether. They thought, and everybody thought that by universal I -- g r