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The daily papers, of last Thursday, contained a very damaging account of the doings of Prof M. O. Winfrey, who has been. the principal of the public Schools of Middlesboro for several years. He is charged with performing a criminal operation on Miss Nannie Lynn, a twenty year old teacher who was employed in the same school. She charges that Winfrey ruined her at the beginning of the last school year in September, under promise of marriage. He is forty-nin- e years old and is divorced from his wife, who was a Glasgow girl, and who now lives in Louisville. Winfrey was indicted in the Bell circuit court last Wednesday. He is out on a $3,000, bond and claims it is a case of black mail. It is said that excitement is running high in Middlesboro. Winfrey was born and reared in the extreme eastern portion of Adair county. Died In Nashville. Mr. Dudley Williams, an only brother of Mrs. Sarah Bradshaw, of this District Conference. The'District Conference, which was held at Tompkinsville, was a very successful one, a deep interest biing manifested from the beginning until the closing. All the charges Bwere represented either by a minister or laymen. The reports showed that Methodism was growing in the district. The Conference was presided over by Rev. W. F Hogard, and during the session many interesting talks were James Resigns. Chattanooga, Tenn., June 2. Chas. E. James, president and director of the Dixie Highway Associatton, forwarded his resignation last night to the chairman of the commission that fixed the route of the proposed road in a letter which declared the commission exceeded its authority in designating more than one route through any State. Mr. James announced ic was his purpose to build a "short line" through Tennessee and Kentucky to the Ohio river "to Cincinnati or Louisville, or both," and that the Dixie Highway Association was given scant consideration either in Chattanooga or Kentucky Fair Dates. The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1915, as far as reported. Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates: Danville, July 213 days. Mt. Sterling, July 21 4 days. Harrodsburg, July 27 4 days Winchester, July 284 days Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Aug. days Taylorsville, Aug. days. Burkesville, Aug. 104 days. Vanceburg, Aug. 114 days. Broadhead, Aug. 113 days Perryville, Aug. 113 days Fern Creek, Aug. 114 days Sanders, Fair, Aug. 11 4 days Shepherdsyille, Aug. n- -i days Lawrenceburg, Aug. days Columbia, Aug. 17 4 days Stanford, Aug. 183 days Eminence, Aug. 193 days Ewing, Aug. 193 days London, Aug. 24 1 days Nicholasville, Aug. 243 days Elizabethtown, Aug. 243 days Shelbyville, Aug. 244 days Germantown, Aug. 25 i days Florence, Aug. 263 days" Alexandria, Aug. 315 days Somerset, Aug. 31 1 days Grayson, Sept. days days Barbourville, Sept. Hodgenville, Sept. days days Henderson, Sept Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 136 days Owensboro, Sept. 215 days Horse Cave, Sept. 22 1 days Pennyroyal-HopkinsvillSept 27 .6 days. Glasgow, Sept. 294 days Adairville, Sept. 303 days days Cave City, Oct. Murray, Oct. days. Notice M. W. A. All members of Columbia Camp No. Modern Woodmen of America, are urged to be present at their lodge room on Monday night, June 14. There will be important business to come before the order. F. A. Rosenbaum, C..-- . J. C. Strange, Clerk. 12502, made and several able sermons. To fahow that the work of Presiding Elder Hogard was highly appreciated, Conference presented him with a gold watch. The next District Conference will be held at Jamestown in June, 1916. Messrs. Edward Hill, F. C. Land, J. T. Goodman and T. K. Chism Carload of Superior Wheat Drills were elected delegates, on the first and Deering Binders for sale at right ballot, to attend the annual Confer- prices. Good stock of binder twine. ence which will convene in Hartford J. H. Phelps, Better buy early. the last of September. t Jamestown. Ky. 29-6- 26 Buy home bread, baked every day by Mrs Trabua Wickliff. 32 It 34 Tri-Count- y lTi At the Weed post-offic- e in this coun- After having many calls we have decided to work lumber at the following prices: Flooring $1.00 per hundred; cornish and casing, 90 cents per hundred, old fashioned weather boarding, 50 cents per hundred; ceiling, 80 cents per hundred; dressing and $1 00 per weatherboarding,. ceilhundred; dressing and ing. $1.20 hundred; ripping lumder, 30 cents per hundred; ripping and hogshead lumber, 50 cent per Sandusky Bros. hundred Mr. Eugene Newman, writing from Washington, D. C, to the Edmonton News, makes the statement that he thinks he was acquainted with Mrs. Nancy Acre, of this county, who died last week at the age of one hundred years and twenty-thre- e days. It is in his mind that Mrs. Acre was the wife of a tinner by that name who once lived in Columbia and who removed from this place to Metcalfe county. A different woman altogether. We do not know that she wbs related to the Tinner Acre. Her husband was Green Acre, a first cousin to the late Gov. Preston H. Leslie. Edmonton News please copy. place, died Tenn., Friday morning at 2 o'clock. Mr. Williams was a native of Cumberland county, and was a gentleman who stood high in the community where he resided. He left one other sister in thiscounty, Mrs. R P. Breed' ing, of Breeding, and a sister in Bar ren county, Mrs. H. K. Turk. Armed with a requisition, Mr. S. H Mitchell, Sheiff of Adair county, went to Petersburg, 111., last week, return ing with Frank Renf ro, who is charged with seduction. The girl in the case is a daughter of Mr. Dick Burton, and it is our understanding that Renfro will marry her, and eventually pro ceedings will be astoped. The wed ding took place Friday. Had Entered Her Second at his home in Nashville, ty, a case of pellagra has developed. Mr. JohnSneed is the victim. He has a wife and five children and they are in a distressing condition. About a year ago Mr. Sneed got one of his legs hurt and since that accident the disease has developed. Dr. U. L. Taylor, the County Health Officer, called to see him Thursday, and he states that there is not a doubt but is afflicted with pellagra. Mr.-Snee- The Pearl Industry. Century. Mrs. Nancy Acre, who was one hun- dred years old the 10th of last May, died, at her home, two 'miles from Roy, this county, Wednesday, Tune 2nd. She is the last of a' family of brothers and sisters, two of 'tier .brothers living to be over one hundred years each. Mrs. Acre retained her mental faculties up to the time of he r death. Locoal Papers. Take Notice. v Springfield, Lebanon, Campbells- -' ville andBardstown papers will please make note of the big pike meeting at' Columbia on Friday, the 11th, and urge their respective counties to send strong delegations. The short route Is what we are after and quick steps must be taken. The Tennessee counties on the line of the short route have already voted bonds, and they are anxious for the Kentucky counties to act and to act at once. A 'Chattanooga capitalist proposes to build the bridge across Cumberland river. There has never been such an opportunity for the named Kentucky counties to get a thoroughfare that will be of untold benefit, not only locally, but to a large portion of the -- We learn from parties, who live on Cumberland river, that as soon as the stream gets low, the pearl industry will be lively. Beginning about the middle of July the banks will be lined with men, who open the mussels as fast as they are grabbed and landed. Some very valuable pearls have been found between , Rowena and Creels-borand a number of citizens, who The wool market continues brisk. do not go to the river, deal in them, Mr. Sara Lewis has bought over five the local buyer sending to New York thousand pounds in the last ten days. market. Quite a number of pearls have been found in the past that Coun brought over one hundred dollars each. Official Call for Republican The men who go out in the river to do the grabbing are generally employed ty Convention. by speculators at so much a day for their labor. The Republicans of Adair county An Ideal Citizen. are hereby called to meet in mass convention at the Court House inXJolum-biaKy- ., at one o'clock p. m., on SatThere is a gentleman in this town, urday, June 12, 1915, for the purpose known to us all, who is just about our of selecting delegates to attend the ideal of a good citizen. State convention, called to be held in He is making his money here, he is the city of Lexington, Ky., at 12:30 raising and educating his family here, o'clock p. m., June 15 1915, for the and he expects to live here and die purpose of adopting a platform embod- here.. ying the principles upon which the When he has money to spent he Republican party and Its. nominees first looks carefully over the adverwill ask.the support of the Erectors of tisements in .this paper. If he finds Kentucky at the November election, what he wants he goes there and gives 1915. All known.Republipans, includ- that merchant the first opportunity. who now ing former Progressives In every 'thing he buys he give&-thhave a right home merchant the preference. claim to be Republicans, tn nrfip.inat,A .in- this: (convention. He occasionally buys articles, from Adair county, isntitle&tot vote-- U abroad, But they are cases wherein he tne state convention. canno''find that which he'seeks in his' hWx. E SaHdefs, Chairman.', t )wri c'ommunity. , 'He believes in his home town, and sold, jlast week, because he does believe in it and inMrs. Mrs. W. P.' Summers", a fine piano-play- tends to continue to live in it he for 8600."' K;is one of the fin- grasps every possible means of advancest instruments' in Columbia. ing its interests by keeping his money in circulation ac home. Cards have been received here anHe, to our mind, is the ideal citnouncing the marriage of Rev. E. C. izen. Hamilton, formerly pastor of the Would that he were multiplied a Presbyterian Church at Marrowbone thousand fold. Cumberland county, to Miss Elanora, For we need more of him. Talbott, sister of Dr. Talbott, of Burkesville. The ceremony took place I keep on hands a, full stock of in Cincinnati. The groom is a broth- coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep er of Rev. Frederic A. Hamilton, this Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and place. He is now pastor of a Church two hearses. Prompt service night or in Ohio. day. Residence Phone 29, office Wanted, pasture for two mares phone 98. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Jo M. Harris, with colts. Columbia. Ky. Ad Columbia, Ky. d o, -e I-- -4 13 73 75 e, At a meeting of the city council Monday - -- 30-3- ar er ? '. Geot-Wr-Lo- State. Big Pike Meeting. Nelson, Washington, lor, Adair, Russell Marion, Tay- and Clinton county citizens are urged to attend a pike meeting in Columbia, Friday, June 11. The object of the meeting is to per-- f ect an organization and make a fight for the Short Route highway from .Louisville to Chattanooga. The Tennessee counties along the route have already voted bonds, and it is now up to the Kentucky counties to do their part. This pike, if built, will benefit the counties through which it will pass more thau a trunk railway line. Tennessee will be represented at the Columbia meeting, and all counties Every body in Columbia will be glad interested should send an enthusias- - when the house cleaning season is tic delegation. over. A person never knows how. much dust accumulates in carpets unA government official was here last til cleaning up day arrives. It is a week, inspecting for the foot and very tiresome day to women folks, and mouth disease. We are informed that the men are glad when the task has , he found the cattle of Adair county been completed, and the dwelling lookin good condition, free from disease. ing like a new pin great many people brought their children to Columbia last Monday to see the animals. Others come to see Old people who watch signs in dis the whole show down to and includcerningthe weather for the future ing the raising of the canvass.. The are confident that we are to have a show went from here to Russell wet summer. The predictions are Springs based upon the fact the crawfish are not building mounds this spring, but I will make switches, one or three end the holes abruptly at the top of stem, 50 cents. Send hair by mail the ground. This sign is relied upon or otherwise. Sue Marshall, absolutely by many old people and acMontpelier, Ky. cording to them is unfailing. In seasons when the weather is to be dry Mr. T. C. Davidson commenced usthe crawfish build high mounds. From ing snap beans, grown in hisarden, the fact that they have no mounds at the first of last week. We saw a samall this spring it is indicated that the ple and it was of fine size. summer will be exceedingly wet. Predict Wet Summer. A Hon. Chas. E. James, of Chatta nooga, xenn , has resigned as Presi dent of the Dixie Highway organization, and will devote his time and money in -- buirdinjrthe shprfc route from Louisville'w CKattoMpp, takiar-h- i ' the counties' of ifelseo, .Waehingtoni Marionv, "Tivlor, Adair, Russell and night McCandless & Russell were given a franchise to operate an electric light plant in Columbia. Mr. A. H. Ballard was awarded the con50,000 boards for sale. Casey Jones' tract to furnish the city lights for five years at $1,000 per year, the lights 30-Store. to run all night, beginning the first week of September. The bid of McThe Rapid Transit Company, Lex- Candless & Russell was $900 per year, ington, has rented Mr. J. T. Page's Mr. Ballard's $1,000. Garage, sent check for same and stated that the company would be operMiss Laura Smith, of this place, has , ating between Columbia nd Camp, been awarded a life certificate to teach . bellsville in a few days. The company by' the Commonwealth of Kentucky.,,. 4 will first start a large f icight car.J It will be remembered that last'.yearv Miss'Laura won the. State 'prize for thev " . Died. best? moonlight1, school stbrywritten . i bz.the teacher.' :.C3. bestowed upon a The certificate, wasd v wo"rthyyioung'wom-an,-whb"merite"Arthur; asonJof.Mr. and Mrs.r3Buof . the rionaiL Triplett, who live on, Disappointment, ' j u ,;Ci, He died laat Wednesday--mqrning- . Qjuartetljr meeting next Saturday Clear Spring. victim. of typhoid, fever. ' His death brought great sorrow to his parents, "pne of thethree merr who picked up brothers and sisters, and also to his the silver pocket book- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. street, June. 7th, will please return to Triplett. this place. His funeral and this office and receive liberal reward. r burial was largely attended. When The parties are known. death comes, the living must look to God for comfort. The June number of the Review of Reviews is of great interest to those Monday, the 21st inst., circuit court who want to keep up with the war. will convene in Jamestown, and doubt- The stories are impartially written less a large crowd will be in attend- the writers dealing in facts. Forme ance. This paper will be represented United States Senator Beverage has the two first days and parties who an article in this number. He has may have business with the office will been in the war zone and he writes of be given an opportunity to see the occurrences he actually witnessed. representative. All the stories are illustrated and are written by the best of writers. AdThe first day of the Russell circuit dress Review of Reviews, 30 Irving court, which convenes at Jamestown Place, New York, N. Y. Monday week, the candidates for dis. trict offices and also for county offices Mr. Elmer Colvin, of Keltner, and are expected to speak to the people. Miss Nina Rogers, of Pickett, were issued licenses to marry one day last Mr. George Morrison, who lives in week. the Tabor neighborhood, was bitten, Coffee Down Again. last Wednesday morning, on the right hand by a copper head - snake. In a 12 few minutes his hand was terribly Pilgrim Fresh Roasted swollen and he suffered greatly. Dr. " 17 Monarch Carpwright administered. Russell & Co. Mrs. I. C. Curry, who lives in the Mr. W. T. McFarland and Mr. H. Cane Valley section, had her ten an months old girl baby in town laat C. Feese are building R?. addition to K. Young, residence of Mr. Wednesday. The child's head com- the who lives one and a half miles out of menced to grow when it was two months old,and it is now larger than a town. peck 'basket. The mother of the Come to the big pike meeting to be child stated that a county physician nrnnonnip.d thfi affliction.f "dronsvof held at Columbia, next Friday, the 11th wv f ww 46 64 4t '.- - ; -- .n and-Sunda- yat it!-- . -- r -- w ww -- w- the head' It vjas a remarkable sighC I and many called at Mrs. Walker's ! vt store to see it. The Bible School'oLMebbdss ppw, in progfeW at J&e dhxistfaa, church, the attendance being 'good, .and' the information that is being obtained valuable. A w- Last tail rt tt Patrons. Cllntof. All patrons who have not yet er; changed their old books for the newly adopted school text books .will please do so at once, if they wish to get anything for their old books. Tobiae Huffaker, SupL - f '', Wr' S VS. ??Z$??pi&-- ; f i,- VV 71-- " '':?' 'f" THE AD AIR! COUNTY NEWS A Splendid Offer. 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Sluggish xtvels will be followed by loss of appe-trestlessness during sitep, irrita-- . .iity and a dozen and one similar evidences of physical disorder. At the first sign of such disorder pive the chUd a 'teaspoonful of Dr. C- -i .veil's Svrup Pepsin at nfcht on r..ui-- and repeat the Jose the follow Inir niuht if necessary more than that will t.caroely be needed. You will find that the child will recover its accustomed good spirits t once and will eat and sleep normally. Ulns remedy is a vast improvement over salts, cathartics, laxative waters1 and similar things, which are altogether. . ss t! ,.,,, To be neat. To make a fire. To be punctual. To cut kindli g. To do an errand. kr e, V-- s. u -- tions to this office at once. Hffect of Electric Waves. The question has been asked, ""Toes wireless cause explon scientist sions?" A recently suggested that the explosion which wrecked the British battleship, the Bulwark, might have been due to the of wireless wa res. The ..theory that wireless causes explosions was put forward some riime ago by a French engineer. 2?g prove his point he called attention to the fact that the disaster to the British steamer, the Volturno, which was burnt in the Atlantic, took place just on ihe junction point where the tireless waves from the Eiffel ftcwer and Glace bay meet. The jmysterious mine explosion at ;Senghenydd also occurred on the wireless line. id if The French engineer also points out that in his opinion wireless has a strange effect on jthe mind, and he considers that at is .for this reason that collisions between ships have greatly increased of recent ycrs. Many &f. 'these mishaps have taken place at the junction of the wire-ies- s wave routes, and it is said tshat the wireless so affected the fbrains of ships' commanders that in critical moments they lost control of their vessels. This " well-know- count of their husbands going to war. When Arabian women go into mourning they stain their hands and feet with indigo for eight days, and during that time they will drink no milk on the ground that its white hue does not har monize with the mental gloom. Gallipolis, 0 , has a newspaper To sing if they can. To hang up their hats. To respect To wipe ' their teacher. Veronal! 13: Ave.. Memphis. Ter"., and Mrs. Pi'l e E Grifalway.- - supplied fith. Vcechdiie, Ky.. are vith Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with tliem, as with thousands ol ctheis, there ii no substitute for this grand laxative. It is reall;- - in.ee than a laxative, for it contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels sc that after a brief use of it all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do its own work. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this buyintr it in the regular remedv way f i..n.rrft at fifty cents or one dollar . !.. .u.:I' ffvaiil size) can am 3have the home . 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Meigs, a sanitary pipes, and will have smoked a c.expert, and Miss Emma 0. Lund. million cigarettes. over-exertion, -Lin-dmen- t. suf-cTerin- g, t, The largest elevated playground in the world will be in operation in New York this summer. The trestling, extending from the piers of the Williams0 burg bridge, covers nearly square feet of space, and the. city engineers have arranged to turn this into account as a recreation park. It will contain a baseball ground, a bandstand, space for dancing, a park with real trees, growing at an elevation of nearly 30 feet above the street. This park will be a tri- umph of the city foraster's art, 30,-00- Chamberlain's I Are You a Woman? j J Judge Kirby, of Louisville, has suspended the feature of city ordinaTlce requiring jitney cars to give bond. The German Grand Lodge of Free Masons has severed all fraternal relation with members of the order in France and Italy. A break in the Arkansas River levee near Pine Bluff has flooded 50,000 accres of land. m FOR SALE Onrdul AT ALL DRUGGISTS - to-da- y. , but it is believed that it will be perfectly practical, although the trees have not been planted long enough to test them. Soil between three and four feet deep has been provided. It has been demonstrated in other places that a number of good sized trees, including the hemlock, can be grown in earth of this depth. In addition to the trees, flowers and shrubs will be carefully cultivated in order that the people from the crowded tenement section, where the park is located, may have as much of the beauty of nature within their reach as pos- - The Woman's Toni OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE f fM Of - VF' DROP Bourbon Poultry Cur down a chick's throat cures .rapes. A few drops In the drinking water cures and prevents diarrhoea, cholera and other chick diseases. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At all druggists, or by mall postpaid. Valuable poultry book free. B00RHR BEKBT C8., UHWT8II. IT. 4 g rctr '1 1 . ifcilt ... i M - m oulcklj iiircrfnln nir ;im.:i free" Indention is pro'.)nb,y pmoi'ij.Wa. ." H,V'C'"fl'3v rv" scut Irve. t'liiest mrenry lurw jr.i .. , . r.iionts taken tlirunirli Jlu.n AiiTone sending TWff iiiv.n ii & V.iVfcn i'.-- w i nan rviat.-- steloh nvl (lcvtlon Copyrights u . "'r '. c-- .in rt:a . ikrt. . ?- stcLil notice, TMliout. clnrzo. Scientific cnlaii. ii 'it an ye-i- r UffijrK vckl. ,.n r.)w ?o. ! ir-.-'- - lu. i.-- . Alw'lnii'"iy r'n'tTafif - fur raonthi $.. Ji.'.nuii. ! L -- . .- -. '. Halrl r&L &m iajkn THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i C when your, house shows signs of needing fresh paint. Paint is a great preservative, but it must be renewed occasionally. Be sure that only k.l 1" r- - yvIiW mi w j- -" i GF.NF.Wx. " iL ,SZ 'r,('i ORE '" i. iS ii'id -. J " x It's poor economy to put off painting . c Hsuim 9 rtiii-S- r2JJ j i ' czz--U aill 11 ( x! X .' && 1" vfCSsJL c ". is used on your house. Then you will get sthe limit in both beauty and durability. beautiful shades and Made in forty-nin- e tints. It looks fine and wears fine. Sold by j '"in wta'.3aTrfcrnjriri.i,,toJfS,.v:Miiniii t.'i m.rKTr.-.ztrvszsatiae- '- Hits Is the aThrkiW Wagon -the Wagon that Must Make Good' . Jeffries Hardware Store Colufhbia'-Kyf3iS2S3 The best known materials thc labor gears from ever getting out of line anc of master workmen the aid of the most causing hard pulling. ingenious modern machinery have been ''Thomhil!" wagons are equipped witt-- ' employed to make the Thornhill wagon. long sleeve malleable The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and st care. For the spokes the manufacturers any other skein. Each skein is non-brcakaut-Ia- Interesting Facts. m i ' On account of the continuous entry of the drutr for medininal rains in the last two weeks, pre-- 1 purposes. Canada- - last year exported dried apples valued at $411,980. Russia 1913 bought 120,795,-60- 0 pounds of tea from China, About 125,000 telephone gins are employed in the United States. The thread of the silk worm is of an inch in diameter. one-thousand- th venting games, all baseball clubs The Ginelle lock on the Seine in the country are losing money. is so constructed that one man can open or shut it by simply TuKish Troop Ship Sinks touching af electric u'to:i as he According to Reuter dispatch gicg n hig pffioe from Athens, it is. reported from The speaker of the Michigan Constantinople that a British! House of Representatives met a submarine has torpedoed two train the othe. day with eight Turkish transports, one of them bills under his arm, and deparladen with troops, in the sea of ture was delayed while the Gov- Marmora. iernor, a pa??engr, did a little ? ; use the finest hickory machine driven to insure the right dish. The hubs are of oak, thoroughly seasoned and banded 'vith double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an iron plate at top and bottom, riveted through and through multiplying their strength. The "Thornhill" has a malleable front hound plate that is braced to the hounds at all points. This is an exclusive "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the fitted to its axle with aaDefiance machine infallibly accurate. This machine? insures the right pitch and tuck, mates light draft a certainty. The axles are of toughest nickory the steel axles of the best refined steeL The sides of "Thornhill" beds" of poplar It costs the maker more but it holds paint better and r service. x Come in and see" this wagon solcll under a binding guarantee. are-magives-bette- de j ow The Thornhill By Vason WOODSON GR5ENSBURG, is not the lowes! priced LEWI KENTUCKY. one-thir- d is wearing a house coat which Rugby school was founded and . was made for nu rather anour It is reported that oil fields endowed in 1567. 7 lsjxty years . Thc have been discovered in the The opal is the only gem not'isGerman b,oajcjolhr an the Vacuifa mountains of Bolivia. successfully counterfeited. entire coat i witboiu a burnish. Gray horses ara the longest Tru? production of rUiri m Au3- The dollar sign was derived ince has decline! lived cream colored ones the from the letters "U. S. ". in1 J1S93, the output year being most affected by temperature monogram. 156,160 nunc.- -he changes, It is said that four miles of an ' Berlin is the home of nearly of Germany's more than 500 music schools. i The World Over. signing. Willian R'Wt-e- , bat the best, and in the end the chapesC of Bath, Me., EVERYTHING JN j i&$rk JSl j r UZ- i iHyni tl -' G rl T TA 3TT i ry it tfl M V" J 55. & a fl k a '.W F& Ok i Yk a ilia - ste-tJii- i Vss-th-t- sphaStQravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Ehvood and American more whisky now ordinary spider's thread would stored in Kentucky than there weigh one grain. Birch Veneer is being sought was in th"e whole country a decThere is ade ago. New Zealand breeds between iin Canada by London of tea chests. manufac-Iturers yea:- lienor?. wm m urn. Fence. On an average a man consumes 23,000,000 and 24,000,000 sheep, one ton of solid and liquid of which about 25 per cent., are every year. annually exported. China's national hymn is said to be so long that it requires Yes Many People have told us the same Etory distress about half a day to sing it. nour-ishme- nt Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. incorporated CO- - ' S . ; New 1915 Model 12-- ! 16 Eaat MaU;e! Mreet- Ret ween - Pirt and'Broori v W3m SSggffg after eating, gases, heartburn. A U. 3 .oufsville, Ky. FF Tablet before and after each meal will reiieva you. Sold only by us 25c. Paull Drun Co. Allah, the name of the Mohammedan deity, means "the one' worthy to be adored." A factory in which radium is 17 Nezv Features here in our town bought a low priced car last year. Seme of thc extras that he bought for it were: t Birdseve view ot our Piant . A man right yJttfgItsSaBKass . 1 The Pessimist. being produced has been opened in Scotland by a Scotch chemist. This is a Question asked us many times each day. The answer ia w "We to eat but food, has been seasoned for at least to wear but clothes four years. one from going nude. Six or eight months' time and Nothing to breathe but air an expense of 50,000 involved flash 'tis gone: Quick as a in repainting the Brooklyn Nowhere to fall but off, bridge. Nowhere to stand but on.' Grass or hay placed in a pipe Nothing to comb but hair, for a few days will cause it to Nowhere to sleep but in bed, smoke as sweetly as when it was Nothing to weep but tears, new. Nothirg to bury but dead. Investigators in Bavaria have What Is the Best Remedy For' found that the more bread school Constipation? children eat the better ' the condition of their teeth. Australia has modified its ab- solute prohibition of the importation of opium to permit the Nothing Nothing Nothing To keep to do but work, One of the best grades of Ital- - j ian cheese is sold only, after it ! I High tension magneto. Shock Absor-bcg New carbureter. devices. License brackets. Anti-ski- d rear tires. Foot accelerator. SpeedoAnti-rattlin- r. Others. meter. Sparc tire bracket. These cost him more than S196.50. Nott he owns a 1915 Maxwell with all tlieuo modern features and a doxen ' This "Wonder Car" with Eleand Electric Lifihta only $55 extra. ctric Self-Start- er I S r OrfJi V. iiSmiliiiiiffl BUCHANAN. CAM PHi:! I J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Largest m Dixie" i Louisville, Kentuekv. II LYON CO , ' it Columns, i Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog i WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, f " guarantee them to be satisfactory jo you. SoldonlybyuSjlOceatSj Paull Drug Co. Atelrihtilrvrc fn T v'nr. Clrwn Mnrl Affair Cc in ties. irr jtrcRATED KY. LVTLLLC awn V SB Read Our Liberal Paper Offers THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE M! ADAIR COUNTY. NEWS Every-Wednesda- Russell County Announcement. Published Adair y BY THE ' FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. 444.44444 i 44"frQ"fr County News (INCORPORATED.) Company CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. .We are authorized to announce J, R. McFar-an- d a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Russell county, subject to the action of the Republican voters of said county, as expressed at the August primary. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. Corn Drills? Yes, Black Hawk, Campbell and Superior. Democratic newspaper devoted to the Snterest We are authorized to announce Lee A. Lawof the City of Columbia and the people of Adair less a candidate for to the office of and adjoining counties. Circuit Court Clerk of the County of Russell, subject to the action of the Republican voters as second of said county, as expressed at the August Entered at the Columbia Post-offiprimary. class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE (1.00 PER YEAR Cultivators: Genuine Brown, Buckeye and Brinley Le verless, both Riding and Walking. THE JAMES HIGHWAY. V T !, : - v The fight which was made at Chattanooga was by no means a lost battle for those who contendAnnouncements. Complete Line of Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggie, Field ed for the "Short Route" through Kentucky and TennesSeeds and Fertilizer. FOB CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. see as the location for the Dixie Highway. W,e are authorized to announce P. A. strange a Let us know what repairs you need at once, so as to save The result will be the building candidate for circuit clerk of Adair county, sub" ject? to tile Democratic primary to be held in time and postage. of the line from Louisville to August Chattanooga, by way of Lebanon, CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. Columbia and Albany, whether it be called the "Dixie Highway" We are authorized to announce that W. T. to the office or not. An appropriate Price is a candidate f 01 name of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subject to Columbia, Kentucky. would the action of the Republican voters of said party, under the circumstances at the August primary. be "The James Dixie Land Highi FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. way," as Mr. James was one of the first promoters of the enterJudge J. C. Carter, of Monroe County, author- prise and has identified himself izes tib to announce his candidacy for with this route in a way which Chattanooga, to th'e office of Circuit Judge in this the and one of the origdistrict, subject to the action of the Repubwe believe means success. lican voters, as expressed at the polls at the inators of the Dixie Highway coming August primary. The name however, is not so scheme, a man of wealth and CIRCUIT JUDGE, llTII DISTRICT. material provided we get the great enterprise, agrees to build highway, and we will get it the bridge across Cumberland We are authorized to announce Judge I. II. through Columbia unless our river. He has resigned from the Thurman, of'Washing'ton County, a candidate for tto the office of Circuit Judge in people are absolutely blind to presidency of the Dixie Highway the Eleventh District, comprising the counties subjtheir own interest, and we feel commission to devote himself to of Green, Taylor, Marion and Washington, ect-to the action of the Democratic party, as sure they are not. expressed at the August primary. the building of the short route, Is now going on and Big, Towering Values We have hadfso many schemes FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. because he believes it is the logare offered in every section of our Live for public improvement present- ical route, as it is the shortest Store. 20 and 25 per cent, reductions are ed to us which failed that we are route between Chicago. 111., and We are authorized to announce A. A . Hudles-tonot unusual on high-cla- ss merchande, the only Miami, Florida. of Cumberland county, a candidate for re- discouraged, that is election ts the office oi Commonwealth's Attorney on Quality Axmindistrict, subject to the trouble. in this the Columbia is on the line. Republican voters in said district, action of the This is not an enterprise that Let every bedy attend the as expressed at the primary to be held the first Rugs Saturday in August, 1915. needs to fail, and it will not fail meeting here next Friday and if we are sufficiently awake to learn just what this great enterFOR THE STATE SENATE. $17.50 for size 9 x 12 ft. $21.50 for 11 x 12 ft. the situation to grasp its import- prise means tojhim $29.50 for sixe 12 x 15 ft and to this ance to us. ROYAL WILTON RUGS We are authorised to announce D. E. HatchAt-th-e er, of Barren.county, a candidate for the State Chattanooga meeting, part of the State. Good Selection of Discontinued Patterns, $40.00 Values Senate, subject to the Democratic voters at If we lose this road through are Marked ac $30.00: the August primary. The district is composed there was a contention as to how supineness or indifferenceand we of the conntles of Barren, Metcalfe and Adair. WOOL and FIBER RUGS the line should run through Georcan lose it in no other way, we Combination of Green and Oak, Blue and Tan. Two gia. On the day of the contest Shades of Brown in a .Good Quality. Clearance Price We are authorized to announce R. II. the streets of Chattanooga were will miss the greatest and best county, 'a candidate for the State 9 x 12 ft $6.00. 10i x 12 ft $8.50. 12 x 12 tc $10 50. opportunity we have ever had or senate from the lPth district, subject to 'the crowded with Georgians who a on of tl!e Democratic voters in the August will ever have to build up our primary. The district is composed of Adair, came to boost the respective Bros. & Wellendorff, county and this section of' KenBarren and Metcalfe. routes. They closed their busINXORPORATED tucky. FOR THE LEGISLATURE. iness houses all along the pro522 & 524 W. Market St posed routes, and xiameby hunChamp Clark Optimistic. Louisville's Most Progressive Carpet Store. dreds and thousands, so importWe are authorized to announce H. C. Baker a candidate to represent Adair and Cumberland ant did they consider it. A. dispatch from Kansas City in the nextXesislature, subject to the action of the Republican voters, as expressed at the Au6n one of thelines over two says Speaker Champ Clark, who gust primary. thousand badges were used, and was here, is optimistic concernsufficient to meet ing the outcome of the internan this was not We are authorized to announce G. L. resresent Adair and a candidate to the demand. Delegates were tional situation due to the arin the next Legislature, subject to the action of the Republican voters of the district, there along a line of eighteen rival of the latest German note. as expressed at the August primary. hundred miles, Governors of "It is an ugly and aggravating .FOR LEGISLATURE. states, congressmen, lawyers, situation, but hitherto we have farmers, m e r c h a.n t s, urging managed by the use of diplomaT. Wc are authorized to announce Neat is a candidate to repaesent Adair and Cum- their respective routes. No such cy and good sense tajpull out of berland in the next Legislature, subject to the No. 1A Folding Anseo. action of the Republican voters, as expressed at enthusiasm was ever before seen situations as ugly and agravat-in- g Rti Jill llyjstei? Pictures. 2ixi in. Prices, the August primary. as the present one, and withanywhere for road building. 5,S17.50,S2Ond $12.50, depending oyon eosifinent. FOR THE LEGISLATURE. We are on the direct line, and out the loss of honor and prestige and without the horrors of war," we will get the road if we want said Mr. Clark. e are authorized to announce II, G. Redman a candidate to represent Adair and Cumberlar d it. . The only thing necessary is While I am as thoroughly in taking with anAnsco is a in the next Legislature, subject to the action of PICTURE sport, unrestricted to any Republican yoters; as expressed at the Au- for Adair, Russell and Clinton to favor of maintaining the American gust primary.' season or clime; more delightful' because, fill in the gap between Columbia dignity and honor and preser7ing by following directions, any amateur of FOR RAILROAD C6MMISSIONER. and the Tennessee line beyond American lives and rights as any any age can get professional results with Albany. They should work to- man, I most sincerely hope that the unbeatable combination of Ansco WILLIAM F. KUIRFAYETTE COUNTY. Camera, Ansco Film the gether. It is immaterial to us our troubles growing out of the original film and Cyko, the war will be amas Railroad CommissionCandidate for paper. Come in and view the various er Second District of Kentucky. Subject to the which way it goes through Rus- icably settled, and I believe they action of the Democratic party in the August sell. models at $2 to $55 and get a catalog free. The thing of importance-i- s will be. ? Primary. for it to go. Ab,out ten miles i "The Constitution and the FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE. carries us to the Russell line. statutes place the conduct of our the PresColumbia, Ky. We are authorized to announce Nat S. Cohen, That is our part to make the foreign affairs with m of Madison county, a candidate for Commissioner idents I am willing to trust him TiMxnof to Will we hesitate? Agriculture, subject to the action of the Dem- connection. iueoSalat kf MlM'ffllHmHHBBHBt sHTHH0toB BESnO to do the proper and patriotic ocratic yoters of Kentucky, as expressed at the Mr. James, a capitalist of thing , August primary. for the country." WED. JUNE, 9.1915 4 The Jeffries Hardware Store, I 444444444 Twenty-nint- h 4""fr440 OF CLEARANCE SALE Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums n, Twenty-nint- h Clearance Prices Best - ster are Trigg-Barre- " Hubbuch Perry-ma- CAMERAS & FILM AN SCO court-decreed that-L- . Hi His Re-ele- ct trans-Atlant- ic prize-winni- ng " at L. E. YOUNG l iw w THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS' Personals. Mrs. H. W. Depp retnrrei recently from a visit to Burkesville. Mr. W. E. Falkenburg, Jamestown, was in Columbia last Thursday. Mrs. Sam Lewis is visiting her daughter Elizabethtown. Miss Cora Hogard, who teaches at Central City, is at home for vacation. Mr. W. T. Ottley, wife, and son, John, are visiting in Burkesville. Mr. L. R. Snow, Russell Springs, was here last Friday. Mr. L. B. Smith, Campbellsville, was in town a few days ago. Mr. H. M. Smith, merchant at Font Hill, was here last Friday. Miss Gertrude Keltner, Grady ville,-ivisiting Miss Allene Nell. Miss Ruth Hill, Gradyville, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hill. Mrs. Ray Montgomery, is spending several weeks with her mother, who resides near Bowling Green. Mrs. J. !N. Murrell and children have returned from a visit to Louisville. high:officils wS taking tanlac Judges, Mayors and Prominent Business Men Try Premier Come to Columbia Friday, June i. II U Representative w,UI be here from 11 Counties on the proposed Preparation. , Short Central Route of Dixie Highway from Louisville to Bardstown, Springfield, Lebanon. Campbellsville, Columbia, Albany and Chattanooga. An organization of s Mr Oscar P. McBeath, Louisville, spent a few days in Columbia last week. Mr. C. B. Rine and Mr. R. L. Marshall, Campbellsville, were here last Friday. Louisville, was here two days of last week, supplying our grocerymen with fancy candies. Mr. Miller is now in business for him- Mr. Geo. R. Miller, ..-- coif jnH . UW.., vio ic oninuincr ..W .U WWJWJ.Q firm t.mflp' ' " prove. While her recuperation is not. . .. .. 10" e change for the Tanlac being rapidly made,-lh4 merits f No discounts on Kodaks and Supplies. Now is the time better is very perceptible. . "Practically $20,000.00jvorthoJi Tanh. arid save" don't delay. Come in lac has been sold and distributed Misses Jennye McFarland andKath-erine-Murrell spent last Wednes- through my store within the past few I WILL EXPECT YOU IN day with Mrs. Porter A. Strange, at weeks. Such a demand is most certhe home of the latter's parents, a few tainly unprecedented. "My associations with Sir. Cooper miles out of town. They report a ' and a happy and the agency for Tanlac has been most delightful dinner very pleasant. I therefore take pleasday of enjoyment. ure in commending Mr. Cooper and Prof. W. M. Wilson is on a business B&i S8 very excellent preparation." trip to San Benito, Texas. He owns his ?W! fa on a tratt of land near that city and he Tanlac, the premier preparation, sale sn Columbia, at Page & Taylor's has gone to look after it. drug store, where it being introduced Dirigo. Mrs. John Morrison, who has been Cane Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Loy and their here. Ad. sick for two weeks, is better. daughter, Miss Dollie Loy, of near Gadberry, spent last Wednesday with Quite a number from this secDr. T. H. Westbrook and his bride, Miss Mary Wilson is visiting Rugby. Mr. and Mrs J. V. White. (nee Miss Ethel Conover), of Texia, relatives in Spurlington, this tion attended the dedication of Mrs Wfc H. Shipp and children, of Texas, arrived last Thursday afterthe new Christian Church at Princeton, Ky., arrived a few days ago noon, to spend several weeks with Rev. Titus Akin, of Texas will week, visit Mrs. Shipp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Westbrjok's parents, Mr. and to Mrs. Mattie Banks, of Louis- Amandaville, Sunday. leave for his home in a few days. Mrs. S. D. Barbee. Miss Winnie Bar-be- Mrs. Robert Conover. Herschel Campbell has beeri sister of Mrs. Shipp, who visited Several here attended the ded- ville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. . Miss Minnie Kemp, who has been in in Princeton several months, also re- Bowling Green for several months, ication at Amandaville last Sun Anna Hatcher, two miles West very sick for the past few days turned. taking a business course, returned with hemorrhage of the lungs. day, and reported a large crowd of here. Mrs. Ccsby McBeath and her two home last Friday afternoon. Frank Hutchison found the Born to the wife of Rev. H. little boys, who visited Mrs. Mr. Jo .Russell, who went,to Louis- and a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Jo. !N. ville to have his tonsils removod, re parents, Your scribes, James and J. E. English pheasant nest last Wed- M. Stotts on the 31st, a son, Conover, several weeks, left for Dan- turned home last Thursday. TheV. nesday with eight eggs. One of Mrs. Laura Willcut bought a ville last Wednesday morning where specialist who examined his throat Rosson transacted business in the hens disappeared soon after milcH.cow from Ha dis Harvey, they will visit a week, then go to found the tonsils too much inflamed your city last Monday. home in Montic'ello. their to remove them at present. Mr. RusLarence Harvey and family vis- they were liberated, the other for $50, and R. H. McKinney sell received treatment, however, and Rev. M. M. Murrell and wife, who attwo have been seen often. bought one from Granville Estesr tended the District Conference at is some better than he was before go- ited in the Sparksville communiing to the city. Buell, the little six year old Tompkinsville, reached Columbia last ty last week. for $50. Friday. Saturday they went to Roley Rev. son of Harrison Wilson, jumped Joel Mitchell, of Ironton, Mo., People are all busy in their Landy Stotts has bought a kit where Mrs. Murrell will remain with who lived with his parents near Cofrom a wood shed last Sunday husher parents a week or two, her lumbia, for many years, visited rel- corn. evening, breaking one of his legs of tools and established a furni band going to his home in Monticello. atives in and near town the latter part Roy Garmen lost a nice mare Mr. Bruce Montgomery, Assistant of last week. He is pastor of the just above the ankle. Dr. At- ture repair shop; colt last week. It got its head Cashier of the First National Bank, Presbyterian Church, Ironton. He kinson was called and set the Mrs. Ed Wheeler, Sparksville, and Mr. Jo Knifley, Assistant Cashier was accompanied from Green county fastened between two logs in the bones, and the little visited relatives at this place, of the Bank of Columbia, left Thurs- by his cousin, Mr. John A. Mitchell. the barn, and died during the last week. day morning for Crab Orchard, where fellow is getting along nicely. Mr. II. M. Dockery, wife and daugh- night. will attend a meeting of the It was only two days old they ter, Kansas City, Mo., arrived here Henry Hancock, of Columbia, Banker's Association. Crab Orchard Friday afternoon, en route to Jamesis a noted watering place, and these town. The eyes of a South American was visiting his cousin, Banks gentlemen,propose to drink freely of Mrs. n. V. Denver, 'of near Lebanon, fish are divided into two parts, Hancock, several days of last the health giving beverage. is visiting her mother, Mrs. M. E. week. Mr. J. O. Ewing and Mr. W. T. the upper adapted for vision, in Marcum. Curtis, Burkesv.ille, arrived in ColumMrs. T. A. Furkin arrived bia last Wednesday afternoon. The Mrs Ed Johnson and her daughter, the air and the lowere for use home from Louisville last meek, former was here to meet his daughter, of Russellvilie, are visiting at the under water. Miss Jane, the latter to meet his sis- home of Rev. J. S. Chandler, the forwhere she underwent a very seter, Miss Kate, both young ladies hav-in- mer being a sister-in-lato the latrious operation. At present she been in College, Danville. ter to-ea- y one-fourtE. Mrs. Geo. W, Lowe continues to .. im- Lexington, Ky., June 8. "I have sold Tanlac since the beginning of its introduction in Lexington, to the Mayors of a number of cities, County Judges, Circuit Judgdes, and to many of the most prominent business men and professional men in Kentucky," said Wm. E. Staggp, the Lexington druggist. "The demand for the preparation has been phenomenal. In all of my twenty years' experience in the drug business I have never seen anything to equal ,it. "In addition to the Lexington demand, Tanlac has been shipped from my store to Kansas City, Mo., Colorado Springs, Colo., Denver, Colo., Memphis, Tenn., Meridian, Miss., Bonnilla, S. D., Pittsburg, Pa., Jacksonville, Fla.: Louisville, Ky.; Tiffin, Ohio; Cincinnati, Ohio; Columbia, Tenn.; Palm Beach, Fla.; Phoenix, Ariz ; Los Angeles, Cal., and many other points too numerous to mention. You may rest assured that every city in Kentucky also has heard of Tanlac. "I can only account for the great demand for this preparation by the fact that' it is a good medicine. That 1S provea Dy me numerous statements, fromtnose who have tested the medi- cine and are now convinced of its excellent merits. The public has evi-- . dently not been 'slow to appreciate the this Route will be affected at this meeting. Come and Hfelp "Boost" for Adair County. OverstockeD I am overstocked on some few items in Jewelry, and in order to reduce the stock quick, I will give a liberal discount on the entire stock. This Jewelry is new and Everything is guaranteed to be as represented. For the next ten days only, the following discounts will be up-to-da- te. given: Ladies Gold Set Rings Plain Band and Signet Rings All Jewelry, Pins, Bracelets, Chains, Lockets, LaVallieres, &c. Music Instruments Watcher and Clocks -- 25 10 . - per cent off " " " .25 25 " . " " " " " ! .,... . . ' .' ' .. :' w MURRAY BALL, Jewerer, Columbia, Ky. w i e, Mc-Beath- 's at-prese- g w Mrs. ing for Georgetown, where she will meet her son, James and her daughter, Miss Lois, who will finish at Georgetown college. Mrs. Holladay will visit other points before returning home. Miss May Bell returned to her home ' in Edmonton last week. Mrs. Georgia Crenshaw accompanied her, and will be absent several weeks. Mr. F. A. Strange, Democratic cancourt clerk and Mr. didate Buel Shive, of the Sparksville country, went to Louisville last Thursday, the latter to consult a specialist. Mr. Ed Allen, Danville, was here Monday. for-circuit James Holladay left this morn- Mr. M. Cravens was at home Saturand Mrs. is doing day and Sunday." Mrs. Helena Williams Eliza Conover are visiting relatives at Stanford this week. Mr. Ralph Hurt is spending a few weeks at Frankfort with his father, Judge Rollin Hurt. Mrs. Porter A. Strange left Monday morning for her Oklahoma home. Mr. Albia Eubank, who is in college at Lexington, returned home last Saturday, for the summer. Aliene Richardson, of Mrs. U. L. Taylor, is visitgrandmother for a few weeks. ing her Miss gran-daught- er expected to see. J. C. Bault, our dark tobacco man, is in Louisville this week winding up the ball. Mr. Bault & Sons have bought about one hundred hogsheads of dark tobacco this season, paying the top prices, often more than he 'mnFKix HOSE received in the market. SUA The good people of this comWe are exclusive agents in Columbia munity met and gave our cemfor the famous Phoenix Silk Hose. All etery a nice dressing last WedGrades and Prices. nesday. We now have a nice little city for the dead. RUSSELL & CO. better than we ever Will melee Special Prices on Oxford's for next 30 days. RUSSELL & CO. TIN WORK. I am prepared to do any kind of;Tin . Work, Rooflng, Guttering, &c. 1 make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumps and any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythinG.in my line or repair work in tin or sheet irort. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. S. E. Bridgwaters, THE ADAIR COUNTY 'NEWS prepared for the feast. Multiply these quantities by one thousand, representing approximately the number of meals per annum, and we have the annual contents of the nation's lardea. But with all our immense quantity, prosuperb quality and wide range-oducts, the American housewife, like the wife of King Nebuchadnezzar, longs for variety and she goes marketing in foreign lands. She buys abroad $200,000,000 per annum of farm products that can and should be produced in the United States. f MISSION OF THE febe 58 ras"T"n p 3 s i i T'i 5Hl SF'tft! Agricultural and Commercial Tress Service SHOULD BE UNIVERSITY OF LEARNING. Duty of Christianity to Evangelize the World. By Rev. Jno. A. Rice, D. D. Pastor St. John M. E. Church, South, St. Louis. Mo. AHV ills ill mil! ssUhsShn Jh .U a 2 a of civilization battling for supremacy. The struggle now going on between the rubber and the iron tire promises to be the liveliest contest of the Twentieth Century. The struggle is a silent one and there are no war correspondents to far-reachi- It is interesting to watch the forces fie ocdasionally blinded by the light ning flashes of avarice or frightened by the thunder peals of discontent. But Understanding is a Prince of Peace that ever holds out the olive branch to men who want to do right. A man's income is always a sacred thing for in it are the hope, ambition and opportunity of himself, and fam- Ily, but there is nothing in a human heart quite so divine as Justice and Understanding is its handmaiden. We suppose the tfme will never cdme when capital and labor will noc ' ' tainted politics and machine rule is fresh air and SHnthine and these important elements are most abundant upon the farm, ?nd when farmers, bankers and merchants are elected t? membership in legislative bodies, much of the trouble in cvernmer' will ': appear. ' mm By 5iTniIFiiTl''0 TIIMTC o (PSI l?5flil .rulers nurse at her breast, laugh ia her arms and kneel at her feet? Can ambition leap to more glorious heights than to sing lullabies to the world's greatest genuises, chant melodies to master minds and rock the cradle of human destiny? God pity our country when the hand- ilege. shake of the politician is more grati- Teaching the Art of Living. fying to woman's heart than the pat- tor of children's feet. The church is commissioned also who are to teach and train those Voman Is Ruler Over All. rich with its evangelistic message. Why dees woman chafe under reThe term, Religious Education, has come to mean a tpeclfic thing in our straint of sex? Why revile the hand ' Why discard the skirts country, namely, the training of the of nature? people in the local church in those that civilization has clung to since deep matters which pertain to the the beginning ol time? Why lay aside art of living. I am not now speaking this hallowed garment that has wiped the tears of sorrow from the face of of the work of education in schools, colleges and universities, but the work childhood? In its sacred embrace every generation has hidden its face of education at our doors, in the congregation. Every agency in reach in shame; clinging to its motherly should be employed to the utmost in folds, tottering children have learned Indeed, the to play hide and seek and from it ' this important mission. local church could be made a sort of youth learned to reverence and re- university for all the people, in which spect womanhood. Can man think of ' the simple, practical arts and virtues his mother without this consecrated ' of everyday life should be taught and garment? Why this inordinate thirst for powOnly recently has this enforced. special phase of the church's work re- er? Is not woman all powerful? Man cannot enter this world without her ceived anything like adequate attention. The New Testament word for consent, he cannot remain in peace without her blessing and unless she it is Edification. sheds tears of regret over his deparSchool of Religion Needed. ture, he has lived in vain. Why this longing for civic power when God has Of course, the Sunday School is the Why crave center for all this work, although the made her ruler over all? authority when man bows down and activities of the church should extend worships her? Man has given woman through the entire week and the Sunmoney. day School should cease to be so his heart, his name and his What more does she want? named. It should be called the School Can man find it in his heart to look of Religion or the Church School or with pride upon the statement that his something else that indicates it to be honorable mother-in-lawas one of activity. During this an the most powerful political bosses in time various and sundry clubs, classes, the country, that his distinguished musical organizations, culture courses, grandmother was one of the ablest as well as distinctly religious meetings, filibusters in the Cenate or that his should be held. Thickly settled neighmother was a noted warrior and her borhoods, as we shall see, offer fine name a enemy? to opportunities for the development of are we terror the where Whither will we drifting and things spiritual. land? The third task to which the church is committed is that of Christianizing God Save Us From a the social order; that of infusing the Nation. spirit of Jesus into "every nook and I follow the plow for a living and corner of our life. Nothing is foreign my views may have in them the smell to the interest of the church. of the soil; my hair is turning white Neighborly Love Essential. under the frost of many winters and perhaps I am a little If religion pervades and colors the but I believe there is more moral inwholo life then curs is serious busifluence in the of woman than in ness, for it will let no corner of the all the statute dress of the land. As books world escape its influence. The sooner en agency for morality, I wouldn't we learn that Christianity is not a give my good old mother's home-- t thing to be practiced in a corner the made gowns for all the suffragette's better for the world. The question of constitutions and in the world. the eighteenth century, touching ChrisAs a power for purifying society, I tianity, was, Can it bo made to square wouldn't give one prayer of my saintly with the human reason? Of the nine- mother for all the women's votes in teenth, Can it be made to square with Christendom. As an agency for good the results of scientific research? Of government, I wouldn't give the plea the twentieth, What can it do? We of a mother's heart for righteousness must learn to enforce not only love of for all the oaths of office in the land. God, whom we cannot see, but love to There is more power in the smile our neighbors, with whom we are living of woman than in an act of congress. in constant contact. Neither withgut There are greater possibilities for the other is Christianity whatever else good government in her family of it may be. Everything that interests laughing children than in the cabhis neighbors must interest him, if he inet of the president of the United is a genuine follower of the Christ. States. It is the mission of the church the The destiny of this nation lies in rural as well as the city to evange- the home and not in the legislative lize the whole world, to train to the halls. The hearthstone and the famhighest degree of efficiency those ily Bible will ever remain the source whom it evangelizes and to seek to of our inspiration and the Acts of the make the spirit of Jesus the absolute Apostles will ever shine brighter than rule in all human relations. the acts of Congress. Why add This country is It is an admitted economic fact that to a statute book, already groaning there can be no permanent prosperity under its own weight, the hysterical cry of woman? If we never had a without a permanent agriculture. chance to vote again in a lifetime and did not pass another law in twenty-fiv-e THE NATION'S DINNER TABLE years, we could survive the but without home, civilization When the dinner bell of this nation would wither and die. God save these United States? rings there have been slaughtered for nation; the repast 13,000 beeves, 21,000 bogs, from becoming a 4,600 sheep, 2,000 hundredweight of help us keep sissies out of Congress poultry and other meats, and there and forbid that women become stephave been 700,000 bushels of cereals fathers to government, is the prayer of the farmers of this country. sjXfl 540.000.000 pounds of vegetables h-i- Some years ago, the question was asked: What is a college? The attempt to answer it shook the educational world in America from center to circumference. Another question is now beginning to be asked: What is a church? "Without undertaking to give a definition of it, let me ask, in this initial paper, what- the church is for? The New Testament reveals three distinct tasks to which it is committed. First, that of evangelization. The church is divinely commissioned to reach for the lowest and the least man in the least land and offer him sonship to the Eternal GTcd; offer him a divine power, which lifts him out upon the of the bog and places highest levels of human life, where God and the soul are in fellowship. This alone were an immense priv- nrpTi rt&l BBS ni i it DESTINY OF NATIONS DEPENDS UPON CONTENTED. HOMES. By W. D. Lewis. President Texas Farmers' Union. Why is weman dissatisfied? Why does she grow restless under the crown of womanhood? Why is she weary of the jewel of moth- erhood? Is it not a sufficient political achievement for woman that future God-give- n ! j J j i ' j j j j i , j i J : write vhid descriptions of the conflict but the results are more to present and future generations than the war of Europe. The rubber tire has been maneuvering for point of attack for several years and has captured a few unimportant positions in traffic, but it ha3 now pitcL.d a decisive battle with its iron competitor by hurling a million "J.tueys" at the street railways and the battle is raging from ocean to" ocean I'pn the result of the struggle derds the future of the rubber tire. If it is compelled to retreat, its doom is sealed, b..t if it wins the bi.t.'3 it will revolutionize the tr. nscration methods of this nation. If the rubber ...re conquers the street tr?fc its neut struggle is with the railrcds of the cour. ry. and then the greatest battle b- ..en economic forceo ever fought out on the face of this earth is on, for iron is the undisputed master in transportation, and is fortified behind billions of dollars, end mi!!rorr- of.men. Stephu.. on applied the steel tire to an iicn rail in 1814, but it was 1SG9 before the golden pi!ce was driven ut Promontory Point, which bouna the country together with bands of steel. It took the iron tire fifty-fiv- e years to croep from ocean to ocean, but the rubber tire while warm from the creative mind of the inventive genius sped across the continent like an arrow shot from the 'bow of Ulysses. V.:.? rcadbed was already prepared and therein lies the power of the rubber tire over that of iron, for government builds and maintains the - m - j Hen-Pecke- d it has mastered every wheel that turns; has fought battles with every element above and beneath the earth and has never tasted the wormwood of defect, and when rubber hurls its full force against this monarch oi the :.:in?ral Kingdom, it may rebound to the factory stunned beyond recovery. The rubber tire first made its appearance on the bicycle, but it proved a frivolous servant and was dismissed for incompetency. It has always been too much Inclined to revel in luxury to be taken seriously as a utility machine and its reputation is not one to inspire confidence in heavy traffic performance. But to those who care to waft into dreamland, it is enchanting to note that there will bo a marvelous difference between a rubber . and an iron age. The rubber tire will scattsr the cities throughout the valleys for with transportation at every man's door, why a- city? It will traverse the continent with a net work of Macadam highways as beautiful as the boulevard built by Nanoleon. It will paralyze the law making bodies of this nation for how could the legislatures run without the rnilroads to operate , - public highway. But iron is a stubborn metal and 3y Peter Radford. country is suffering more from This tainted politics than from any other malady at the present time. There is scarcely a campaign speech made, a platform demand written or a measure enacted into law that does not carry the tamt of personal .gain of some politician or political faction thereof. There is more "blue sky" in campaign promises of many politicians running for otllce than v,as ever contained in the prospectuses of the boldest promoters of chimerical business schemes There are more secret combinations formed by politicians in the name of "My Country" than were ever formed under any and all other aliases. There are more political rebates hidden in the phrase "Be it enacted" than were ever concealed under any and all other disguises. The inordinate thirst for political power and unrestrained passion for mastery has caused more distress in this nation than the greed for gold, and it ought to be regulated by law. No business combination ever pursued their competitors as relentlessly or visited more heartless cruelty upon their customers than a political party that seeks to make junk of an in- dustry, or cripple a business for party success, through tariff measures, political supervision and ofttimes destructive legislation. Many political platforms are as alluring to the voter as the- - story of the rainbow with its pot of gold and their consummation Self-gaiis the about as in politics. There are many firstlaw men in office today who, if they could not shake plums off the tree c American liberty or cut a melon takei. from Uncle Sam's commissary, would have less desire to serve the public The country is surfeiting with patriots, who will bare their breast to bullets in defense of their country, but there are few men in public life who will bare their breast to voters or run the gauntlet of party disfavor in defense of agriculture or industry. No representative of the people, who will permit personal prejudice to dethrone justice, party success to disfranchise reason or the rancor of a political campaign to influence judgment can render capable service. The preservation of our prosperity depends upon wisdom, courage and honesty in government, and the American voter should seek these attributes as implicitly as the Wise Men followed the Star of Bethlehem and they will often be found to rest over the stable; the plow or the staff of the Shepherd. The surest cure, for far-fetche- ' ' n Peter Radfo.-d-. Much has been said and more vrrit-teabout the evilo of watered stock in big business cone ei as and the farmers of this nation, ielieve that e.crv dollar written into the life of any business organization, should be abl to say "I know' that my Rede2mr liveth," hut farming is the biggest business on earth, and there is ntrc water in its financial transaction of any other industry. Then. L as much water in a farmer' not drawing eight or ten per cent iriterc.t when other lines of induatrj s.ur: money for tour or live per c- - nt "er annum, as there is in a bus in - : i ing a reasonable compensate, i r. the face value of seeun'vo : I resenting an investment of oi. LSy cents on the dollar. The rij dl r st ference is, the water Is in tte rate in one instance and in t r r rarities in the other. The promoter ofttimes take wh cs and his success is eontir..,?- - azzz: the development of the pre; rlj but the usurer, as a nil-,- l no chances and his success critics the property involved. Thsra :2 L industries that cry louder but nenr that suffer more severely from financial immorality in both law and custom than that of agriculture. The farmers of Anerica today are paying $200,000,000 per annum in usury on real estate and chattel loans, and this interest capitalized at five per cent, represents of fictitious values which the fanner is paying interest on. This sum of money is almost equal to the annual value of crops produced in the United States. The earning power of the farmer's note based upon his interest rata very nearly divides likes the earth's surs water and face land. The largest body of water that floats upon the financial hemisphere now rests upon the farms and its waves are dashing and itr billows are rolling against sev.n nil lion homes threatening ruin a.2 dis aster to the prosperity of th? nation. Will our public servants who understand how to drain the liquid c.T industrial properties turn the faucet and let the water off the farms? t!:--that it -- three-fourth- one-four- th It is an admitted economic fact that there can be no permanent pre rarity without a permanent agriculture Agriculture is recognized as greatest of all industries and a r a progressive and erh "" J agricultural population is th. ? . t safeguard of civilization. , Watch Your Children Q Often children do not let parents know they arc constipated. They fear something distasteful. They will like Rexall Orderlies a mild laxative that taste3 like sugar. 5 Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Druu Co. KNOW THY CQUN TRY . I on? by-la- law-ma- l, hen-pecke- d "Know America" is a slogan that should ring out from every school room, office, farm and shop in this naiii S,.!!iUIWI! tion. No man can aspire to a higher honor than to become a capable citizen, and no one can merit so disBy Peter Radford. tinguished a title until he is well inThe recent investigation of the formed of the resources, possibilities United States Commission of Indus- and achievements of our country. trial Relations brought together the This is a commercial age and civextremes of societj and has given the ilization is bearing its most golden public an opportunity to view the rep resentatives of distinct classes, side fruit in America. We are noted for by side, and to study their views in our industrial achievements as Egypt was noted for her pyramids; Jerusaparallel columns. Capital and labor have always been lem for her religion; Greece for her glaring at each other over gulfs of art; Phoenicia for her fleets; Chaldea misunderstanding and- - if the Federal for her astronomy, and Rome for her Industrial Commission attempts to laws. Likewise we have men who will bridge the chasm, it will render the go down in the world's history as powpublic a distinct service. erful products of their age. For, standThe farmer has been sitting on the ing at the source of every gigantic fence watching capital and labor fight movement that sways civilization is a for many years and incidentally furn- great man. The greatest minds travel ishing the sinews of war and it is in the greatest direction and the comquite gratifying to find them talking mercial geniuses of this age would with, instead of itbout, each other. have been the sculptors, poets, philWhen honest men smile and look into osophers, architects, and artists of each other's souls, it always makes earlier civilizations. the world better and far more satisAs Michael Angelo took a rock and factory to the farmer, who in the end, with a chisel hewed it into the image bears the burden of conflict, than of an angel that ever beckons manresolutions, speeches or pamphlets kind upward and onward, Hill' took containing charges and counterthe desert of the Northwest and with t charges. blossom like a bands of The love for justice makes tho rose, dotted the valleys with happy whole world kin. Understanding iB an homes and built cities in waste places. arbiter far more powerful than the As Guttenberg took blocks of wood mandates of government, for there is and whittled them into; an alphabet no authority quite so commanding as and made a printing press that an honest conscience; there is no de- flashed education across the concree quite so binding as that of the tinent like a, ray of light upon Supreme Court of Common Sense and a new born world, McCormick took." no sheriff can keep the peace quite so pert ecL a Understanding. L, raknA U IUUU ' MIQTniflf Introductory a bar of iron r. J bent it nto a reaper and with one sweep ol his magic mind brike the shackles that enslaved labor 'of generations yet unborn, and gave Mankind frcera from drudgery, and lifted the race into a higher, zoe of life. As Nelson organized the Eng'i'Ii n --vy and made England : .istrers F " enabling the British l3les to pla- -t her flag upon every continent wadhcJ by tho ocean's wayes, and to moke of the Islanj of every water, Morgan organized a banking system that has made Amc. ca master of the world's finances, br3i ht Kings to ours cashier's windows, .':e nations of thoj earth to our discount desks and placed p under the industries of this nation a 6 financial system as rolid as the Rockf of Gibraltar. There is no study quite so interesting as progress; no sound so magic as the roar of industry and no sight so Inspiring as civilization in action.! A full realization of America's part in the great events of the world past, present and future will thrill every human heartrwith pride, patriotism and faith in Republican institutions."! Through the courtesy of the Agri-- J cultural and Commercial Press Service, the readers of this paper will be permitted to study America; her agricultural, manufacturing and mineral development, mercantile, banking and transportation systems which are the wonder of the world. The first article of the series will deal with transportation and will appear at an early date. h-'a- HHL n feat-stoo- ls , stepl-made'i- . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COULD L wT'aW V JL LY I Flooding and Cramping) STELLA-VITA- E rilaik I rs. I STOPPED IT! hadn't And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- - believe would have died if cent Was unable to Attend to Any of Ker Housework. taken it. . This has a world of meaning to every woman who suffers as Mrs. J. S. Blair, of Enterprise, Okla., suffered and there are many thousands such. Mrs. Blair tells the story of her suffering and cure much better than wa can tell it. We Quote hsr own words: O had bean noodlnc, cramping ana rcmitine for five months and taking medicine from as good a doctor as tea country affords, but he did me no good. I ot tired of doctor's medicine and sent to the drug store for a woman's medicine and the druggist sent me STEIAA-VITA- B. j j After I began taking Cardui I was greatly helped, and all three bottles re- lieved me entirely. I fattened up, and 'grew so much Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like an- three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." Vincent, of this town, "and the third and prdy last time, was n.y worst. j acing ,ts ingredients have a mild tonic I had dreadful nervous headaches and Cfl wojnanly constitution prostration, and was scarcely able to Cardui makes for increased strength, walk about. Could not do any of my,. . improves the appetite, tones up the ner- vous system, and helps to make pale, . . I also had dreadful pains in my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy, and sides and when one of those weak ; Cardui has helped more than a million sinking spells would come on me, weak women, during the past oO years. would have to give up and he down, ' It will surely do for you, what it has until it wore off. done for them. Try Cardui today. . 1 was certainly in a dreadful state oi ' IfW'e to: Chattanoosa Medietas Co.. Ladles' Adfinally decided tO tr ,. lso.-- Dcp'.. Chattanooza. Tenn.. for Special In- health, When rtryfions on vour case and book. "Hoxe C&rCUl, the WOman t S tOniC, and I firmly , Treatment for Worsen." sent in plain wrtrstr. , "I ; DENTAL OTBICE They crept into in mouth, fastened themselves to its eyes and Dr. covered its head. The rattler DEXTIST struck blindly in all directions, OVER PAULL DRUG CO. beating the sagebrush, the ground, anything in its path. It Columbia, Ky. turned Delly upward, and then REM PHONE 20. OFFICE PHOJJ3B tried to bore its head into the earth. The ants held fast. HENRY W.. DEPP, Finally in desparation the snake sank its fangs into its own body DEXTIST clung in that position until Am permanently located in Co and the tail ceased buzzing. lumbia. An Easo James Triplet! I i I "One tottle stopped everything ana I felt like a different woman. I hava used six bottles already and will continue to use and praise STEIXA-vita- e whenever I need a woman's medicine." Pleasant Laxative AM Clas! of Dental work dom;. Crow RrldSe .in( Inlay AM , 1 i - 1 y J-- did for Mrs. Blair it will do for you. We guarantee the first bottle to benefit you. Your money ,back if it don't. You cannot afford to not try it when you have all to gain and not a penny to lose. Go to your dealer today and begin trying STELLA-VITAtrying to become well. We lose the price if you are not benefited. In many years of guaranteeing STELLA- vurit, less man one Douie out ot every thousand has failed to benefit. E, What STELLA-VITA- E One or two Dr. King's Xew Life Pills with a tumbler of water at nijrht. Xo bad, nauseating taste: no belching gas Go right to bed. Wake up in the morning, enjoy a free, easy bowel movement, and feel tine all day. Dr, King's New Life Pills are sold by all Druggist, 36 in an original package, for 23c. Get a bottle today enjoy this easy, pleasant laxative. For tale b, Paull Drug Co. Ad j ipeaKCrS j ,ork a ijpeaialty. Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store J. B. Stoxe J. K. Stone Stone !f & Stone, w. . Campaign AgamSt eracy. Wit Altonev-At-La- w . 'i " I Will pratfice O "S The Kentucky Illiteracy " mission announces the Speakers Campaign Against Illiteracy as John R. Winiock, of Warren covering the months of July, Aucounty, lost two head of horses gust and September. One hunand seven mules struck by lightdred and twenty of Kentucky's ning. greatest orators, led by the Governor of Kentucky, will invade Restored to Uood Health. "I was sick for four years with every county to spur up the Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence stomach trouble," writes Mrs. otto Gans, Zanesville, Ohio. "I lost forces in the fight to wipe out A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick weight and 'felt so weak that I almost illiteracy. Each county will gave up lope of being cured. A satisfactory fence. and friend told me about Chamberlain's have a campaign of its local Tablets, and since using two bottles preof them I have been a well woman." speakers in each district, NOTE THE PRICE.' Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad. liminary to the final rally. DurStays 26 in. high Price 15c Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. ing three months each and evBig Snake a Suicide. ery school district in Kentucky . " 18c " 7 " 6 " " 26 " " will be campaigm a. Ti - is the " 20c " 8 " 6 " " 32 " " Two cats and thousands of red first campaign, educational or " 18c ' " 9 " " 32 " " 8 ants caused a diamond rattler to otherwise, to be extended to " 22Sc commit suicide in order to escape " 6 " " 39 " " " " ." 9 each district in the State. " 20c, his tormentors on a homestead " 39 " " " 9 " 9" A Cough Remedy That Relieves near Silver Lake, Ore. The same It's prepared from the healing Pine Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. battle demonstrated that a cat is Balsam, Tar and Honey all mixed in soothing Cough Syrup Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods quicker than a reptile, and also a pleasant, Bell's Dr. called that the feline species takes no Thousands have been benefitted by its subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as no need of your enduring that annoyrisk when tormenting a poisen-ou- s ing Cough or risking a daugerous Cold to Quality and Price. snake. The bite of the red Go to your dealer, ask for a 25c original bottle Dr. Bell's A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated ThornhiH ant, as severe as that of the hon- start using afc once and get rid of your Cough and Cold. For sale by Paull ey bee, but less poisonous, com- Drug Co. Wagons. 'Satisfaction, or your money back." Ad pletely unnerved the buzz-taDon't'forget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth- - reptile Father of Thirty-oning, both at old prices. The rattler, it appears, was Anastasio Chelotti, a flushed in the sage brush by two of Savonia, recently celWe have not taRen the War in Europe as an cats owned by a homesteader. It thirty-firg started to between the ebrated the birth of his Excuse to asR Advance on Anything child, on whom he bestowed brush, but the cats pounced upon the name of Candido. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. its singing tail. The angered 5alt. At the christening he said: snake turned quickly and struck Lime for this month, only 90c. "21 years of age I married a but the cats were gone. Again the race started. Then one cat girl of 19, who made me an ancrouched ahead to attract atten- nual present of a boy baby for C. D. tion and the other pounced on 19 years running. Then she died. VETERINARY SURGEON "Before I was out of my forthe tail. After many stops the frenzied snake started through tieth year I married again, and Land Owners Attention. the brush on high gear. The race ray second wife added another family. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do led to an ant hill, and in its ef- dozen to the "I have 19 sons living, all forts to escape the snake tried your Surveying correctly. strong. The twenjJLjjStejjrPWv to squeeze into the small holes healthy and years He has thirty-thre- e tieth fell fighting in the Libyan used by the ants. Special Attnetin to Eyes experience. Charges reaSaThousands of ants instantly desert with the words 'Viva l, Spavin or any sur Fiatulo, sonable. Phone 74 or uuuo gical wura.tji fnlrpai xaii. pntca. j. am resented the intrusion and join-th- e vonia!' on his lipa. Eight of my wall fired onrA rtfnfnMr Ifnn write 6 , due when work is done or stock attack of the feline forces. boys are married and have marremoved from stables. The little insects swarmed over ried children of their own." NEAI El I0G1ES' RESIBENCE L0CATION T. C Faulkner, 8N1HKSV1LLE STIEET. the buzzing, hissing intruder. Milian Cor, London Chronicle. Columbia, K. 3 i N J YourcfisnccsofbcfngbsncfiiCtS .?re a thousand foenci 1$ this and adjoining counties. nacner meaicine io9 CHATTANOOGA, TENM. Com- - Jamstown, : Kentucky l I ! h. 8. JOfiES Veterinary Surgeon and Dent lit ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHONE NO. 7K i Qreensburg, Ky. twldence Phor.e13 B Business Pho el3!P DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Front rooms in Jeffrie3 BTd'g up Staire. t Office, Columbia, - Kentucky Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing Bugey. Carriage and Wagon Repairins neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and Pine-Tar-Hone- y. satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot Pine-Tar-Hone- y, PHONE NO! 73 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky. il e. news-vend- er carloads of strawberries were shipped from Bowling Green within the last week. More than 100 zig-za- st The bodies of officers and men were found in the submarine F-- 4 when divers entered the forward part Friday. Eat what you want and not be troubled with indigestion S you will take a You Can Enjoy Life Surveying Crenshaw gJSloSSL Dyspepsia before and after eacbzneol. Sold only ' by us 25c a box. , r Paull Drug Co. Miss Mable JYyer, daughter of Judge Fryer, of Harrison county, was struck by a train and badly injured. We have Poll-evi- do Just what you want a pleasant Do Not Gripe laxative it to that will do. 'o We sell thousands of them and wa have never seen a better remedy for tha bowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. j v V ., i2k. hl MT'A f--i Vf. -.- v 8 Gradyville. THE1 ADAIR 'COUNTY 'NfeWS.'j, The little republic of San Ma- bor's children. Kinship or friend- year, and lost in population 607. Hart" county pays her health officer no sal-ship plays a very important part ary at all, and lost in population 217. rino, with an area of twenty-tw- o Crab Orchard and Cumberland Logan county pays her health officer Gap decided to vote on bond is- square miles, which is surround- in the selection of a teacher. $250 a year, and has a population of 'We were all glad to see the apThere were twenty-thre- e sues, not only to build Boone ed by Itallian territory, has ap25,000, and lost in population 1017. sunshine once more. proved Italy's attitude toward plicants for common school di- Grant county pays her health officer way, but other roads as well, and Dr. U. L, Taylor, of Columbia, as a result not one of the coun- Austria and declared itself to be ploma. Eighteen passed the ex- $150 a year, and lost in population 2,658. Livingston county pays her was in this section last week. ties of five, including Whitley, a in a state of war. The chief im- amination. health officer 8250 a year, and lost in county pays her portance of this decision lies in valC M. Hindman lost a very The indications are very flat- population 727. Bath little off the line, failed to carry health officer $200 a year, and lost in uable combined mare last Sun- a bond issue ranging from $100,-00- 0 the fact that it will deprive Aus- tering for three good schools in population 746. Bath is a small, but dayto $250,000, the majorities tria of tne opportunity which Campbellsville the next term. rich county, paying in State and county taxes 96,000 dollars. Lewis county Misses Florence and Nora running as high as almost 10 to might otherwise have existed of Campbellsville and the surroundi- pays her health officer 8150, and lost in using San Marino as a place iof ng" territory have the material population 931. Scott county pays Sherrill spent a few days with 1 in favor of Bond issues. refuge for its aeroplanes during for all of the scho'ols. The B. C. her health officer $320 a year, and lost relatives, in the Nell community, As a result since then the in population 1,120. Carlisle county attacks on Italy. week, I. had ten graduate this year. pays her health officer 150 a year, and last Boone way has been routed not Przemysl has been reclaimed The R. C. B. A. had one. Our lost in population 1,057. Carroll coun G. E. only to Crab Orchard, Ky., from Messrs. G. T. Flowers, by Austria. Official announce- High school will have a few next ty pays her health officer 8100 a year and lost in population 1,700. Hancock Nell and Dr. S. Simpson are in Cumberland Gap, but to Louisment was made at Vienna that year. pays her health officer 81C0 a year, and ville, passing through Central Louisville thiB week. lost in population 8402. Henderson great Galician fortress, won Ky. Some of the towns, as well the R. H. Turner sold his roadster county pays her health officer $200 a Chapman Browning, of by the Russians ten weeks ago automobile to G. F. Abner. He year, and lost in population 2,555. spentone day last week as the city of Lexington making after a long struggle had been enough I could go on the strong efforts to have it come has owned two cars and says it But 43 counties in which with popwith uncle Charlie Yates. whole the recaptured. their way. cost him 50c per mile to run his ulation was decreased, but think I Porter England and L. Fielders With Przemysl in their hands, Also as a result of these electouring car and about 28c for the have said enough. The same result have the finest horse colts in this follows all of them. Now what is the the Austrians and Germans have tions, South Eastern Ky., beroadster. For an investment, remedy? Pay the health officer a section beyond any question. the first phase of their very much encouraged over concluded you need not to expect to become sufficient salary as the law requires, so Rodgers spent one day in came Joel new Galician campaign which he can devote his whole time to its prospects for the Dixie High-wa- g wealthier, but a surplus is need- thatduties of the office, without having the Greensburg last week. was launched in the drive from and with the help of Cinto suplement it by his regular praced to keep a car on the road. Cracow. While the fall of Prze-myWilmore & Grady are prizing tice. He ought to have as much as cinnati, Lexington, Knoxville, There will be a normal crop of any county officer. I have never week. They has not been conceded at their tobacco this Tenn., and other points one loop tobacco set. While a great many heard of the fiscal court refusing to thouadiiave something over ten these other county officers a reasonHighway goes Petrograd, so far as cable of the Dixie sand pounds. It is as' fine qua- through South Eastern Kentucky vices show, the latest official beds were a failure, others were able compensation. The health officer good. is as much benefit to the county, as lity of burly as ever was grown in making statement from the Russian War extra junction with Boone way the county attorney, the county judge, Olffice admitted this section. that the be- -' It seems-y- it .would be wisdom' or the superintendent of schools, it ' at' Mt. Vernon, JKy., both runpart Df farmers , to pro- requires as much learning to be health X. C Hindman and wife",bf ning" as" one road to Cumberland siegers of the fortress bad won upon-thofficer, as any of these other officers. stuff.i jppliimbia,, were visiting, .their Gap. These roads will be com- -' some successes, including the duce more-fooThe responsibilities are surely as great. '' relatives infour "city last Wed4 pleted before long a3 the money capture of twg outlying forts to allow them more time to improve, The health officer of this" county has their time.' Ignorance and to- lu iuua aitci (.tic iicail.ll ui 1I,UVU ycU- the North. ziesday. is "assured.' v . ple, and the records- show that it has t Dispatches from the Austrian bacco lingers in the same com- been well done in this county, by the Gaither Bryant, of Petis Fork'. Why ttas the Dixie Highway munity.,. Children are kept from continual decrease in the death rate Section, spent a day or so of last routed this way? Because the front to Vienna indicate that the school on account of work in to- of the county. Taking the death of week, with his daughter, Mrs. road was guaranteed to be built attacking forces relied largely on the State 15 per thousand, and their heavy guns, which they bacco fields. the death rate of the county 12 per E. R. Baker. He is enjoying soon. ob- thousand, will show a saving of 51 Decoration exercises were have used effectively all through the best of health and gets So the way to build a Short their advance across Galicia. served at Liberty, last Sunday. lives by the work of the health officer. We do not know who those 51 persons around as well as he did twenty Dixie Highway, which would These dispatches say the Rusare who have been saved from death, The Modern Woodmen held years ago, and if anything, as may likely get more travel than ei- sians but we know it is somebody. had removed men and sup- very impressive exercises at the be some member of the families It the he grows old, he grows stronger of ther of the other Routes, is simin the Democratic faith. He is ply to get busy like these 'moun- plies from Przemsyl, in anticipa- grave of a deceased neighbor. fiscal court. It may be some of the members tion of its fall, and that they They were all day services and county of the families of some of the strietly for A. 0. Stanley for our officers, or some cf the famtain counties did and vote Bond considered it not improbable they proved that the dead are not forilies of the officers of the State. But next Governor. issues. That in my judgment, would lose Lemburg as well. the records do show a saving of that gotten. The Adair County Spoke Co., is the only way to build roads. many annually for quite a number of Rumania and Russia apparent-l- y Children's Day will be observ- years. On the 6th of May I went to that has been running here for Adair is without a railroad and Campbellsville to attend the Green the past twelve months, closed from all indications will not have have been unable to compose ed the third Sunday. .River Medidal Society composed of the out their stock last Saturday. any soon. So, why not have bet- their differences concerning an It is reported, that there are counties of Adair, Green, Marion and adjustment of the Rumanian Taylor. I met all the health officers" They will at once move their ma- ter roads. Something that will boundary lines. Rumania's en- 71 autombiles in our county. of the district, and found them to be chinery to Columbia where they benefit every body and make the The indications are- that we men of learning and ability as physitrance in the w,ar is said unoffihave a large amount of timber county a better one in every make about 60 per cent of a cians. They like me were complaincially to be conditioned on such ing of the fiscal courts of their counon the yard and as we underTake advantage of the an agreement. A Milan dis- wheat crop. Meadows are good ties, and how sadly the State needed stand, it will take them the re- opportunity while it is yours. I and the farmers have more room some law that would compel their year there. We long to see old Adair rise to patch states that King Victor for encouragement than the past counties to pay their health officers a mainder of the reasonable compensation, so that they are all sorry to see their factory greater heights than she has ev- Emmanuel has offered his serv- three years. could devote their whole time to the ices as intermediary between promotion of the public health. leave as it has been a great help er attained. Yours HEALTH OFFICER'S COLUMN. these nations. "But the immortal gods have not to us all. We never had dealings P. H. Conover. decreed." Italy reports of steady progwah any better people than those On the first day of our late circuit ress in the invasion of Austria BY U. L. TAYLOR. that connected with this busicourt, 1 heard four legislative candiWAR SITUATION. are disputed at Vienna. The dates make their public announceness, Straght, honest, nice men, ments, and tell what they had done in Austrian War Office announces (Continued from last issue.) every one that is connected with the legislature, (for they had all been la the decade of 1900 to 1910, Adair there before.) Each one of them had was that Italian offensive operations Official announcement it in any way. by the Italian county gained in population 1605, and done the best things possible for the made in London that a British have been done the registrars report show that in the people, and proposed if elected, to do artillery. Rockcastle County. submarine had torpedoed a large last four years she gained 9S0 more, many things to relieve the great comburdens of taxaGerman transport in the sea of mauing a total gain oi z,o&. in no mon people of the Hatcher. men were there, the tion. Since these Marmora. This submarine is other county in all the regions round pay of the members has been doubled, Mt. Vernon,"June 2, 1915. about has the gain been so much. It but not one of these men proposed to said to be one of several which Editor News: Mr. Sam Johnson, who has cannot be accounted for by the fact of relieve the great common people by have made their way through people coming into the county on acA little over two years ago Mt. f been in a critical condition for a count of schools, for the 14 years em- giving back to the treasury op- the Dardanelles and are now of his pay. If all the members of the Yernon organized a commercial number of days, was operated braced in this paper many more peo- legislature would do this as well as all club and through the leadership perating in the sea of Marmora. upon Wednesday for appendici- ple left the county for homes in the other State officers, it would help th(j great West, than come into it for all treasury very much indeed. You win An exploit of two Italian torof Jas. Maret, its secretary, betis. It was rather an aggravated purposes. Adair is the only county in notice in this list of counties given in gan to advocate the building of pedo boats in penetrating the case, but the operation was suc- a radius of 65 miles that has had an all this paper, are nearly all railroad And a macadamized Toad from Crab Gulf of Trieste, is described in a cessful and if other complications time health officer at work.county counties, and are streaked through fiscal court of the while the Orchard, Ky., 'to Cumberland dispatch from Geneva. The tor- do not occur, he will probably be never wi'l pay a reasonable compensa- and through with turnpike roads, and the decrease in population cannot be ng pedo boats are said to have sunk Gap-t- o as the law says they shall do, the be known as Boone himself soon. He is one of our tion, officer has been going ahead attributed to lack of these convenient its . name from the fa- two merchant vessels and dam- best citizens and all pray for his health work, in spite of lack of rea- articles. with his mous pioneer, who blazed the aged an Austrian cruiser. sonable pay. Casey, about the size of recovery. Miss Mary Miller, who has been atAdair, and with a population several Further violent infantry fightway in the early history of Ky. tending Western Normal, Bowling In the May examination for hundredjlarger than Adair, and payThings did not seem very en- ing occurred in the contested re- teachers' certificates, there were ing her health officer $150 a year, dur- Green, has stood the examination, rewith 1910, ceiving a State life certificate. She couraging for some time as the gion near Lorette. The French issued four first class; thirteen ing the last decade ending345. Taylor, is the first Adair county teacher who gained in population only Federal Government failed to War Office states that no advan- second class and eight failures. during the last decade, paid her health has received a life certificate from make an appropriation to assist tage was won by either side in This is not a very, creditable rec-- . officer nothing, and gained in popula- this institution. Miss Susan Miller, tion only 50. Marion county pays her who attended in building it, though the Gov- this engagement. Except for ord. Our teaching material does health officer $250 a year and gained in awarded a two the same school, was year State certificate. slight progress for the Allies in population 151. Bracken county pays Dr. O. P. Miller has passed the examernment had it surveyed. But the maze of trench works named not seem to indicate much inter- her health officer $100 a year, and durin- ination, this toeing his third year in Bosworth good road when the g-the last decade lost "The Labyrinth," the- situation est in education. The average il,829. Bourbon county,in population the University of Louisville. These the rich- are children of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. law was enacted the club became along the Western front is Mr: trustee doesn't'' care "wlU est county, in 'the State, Miller, this city, and they will return health officer S300 a home Saturday. pays her more active and through itaef- teaches his children or his aaiga fort all the. counties between Mill-tow- n, -- sl .V- e V It-woul- d " l . - - re-spe- ct. one-hal- way-getti- - 'f