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Stanley by "Savoyard," Associate Editor of the Washington Post and One of Amer- ica's Best Known Newspaper Writers. , A. O. Staul y is a remarkable man, says Eugene Newman, associate editor of the Washington Post. "It was no royal road that Owsley Stanley traveled to success. There was no more indefatible worker in Congress." Stanley has been a leader of one of ray party." Adv. the ablest bars in Kentucky. He has ability, eloquence, courage, honesty, enthusiasm and industry. Officers for Primary EIec 'Stanley knows more about the rowtion. ing, the harvesting ' the curing, the packing, and the marketing of tobacco than any other man in the world." West Columbia. Stanley landed in Henderson from a J. P. Hutchison, Judge; steamboat on a damp, lark, surly, bitH. D. arurray, Judge: ter night in March, 1393, St. Patrick J. N. Squires, Clerk, Day. Bob Logan, Sheriff, Had he known the character of the East Columbia. Henderson bar he would never have E. F. Mullinix, Judga; left the boat. Elzy Young, Judge: "Vance, the Justinian of Western Guy Stevenson. Clerk, Kentucky, was the leader. J. Z Pickett, Sheriff, Yeaman, perhaps a more learned lawyer and a finer advocate than his Milltpwn. brother, the great Yeaman of New J. H. Burriss Judge; York; Clay, the peer on the stump of Creed Pollard, Judge; of McKinuie; Powell, eloquent, scholJ. B. Keltner, Clerk, arly, learned; Merritt, subtle and pro- ' W. C Yates, Sheriff, found; Lockett, Yeaman's partner Keltner. and little Short of Yeaman's equal; W. H. Kemp, Judge; Givens, and Cecil, former justice Manna Kemp, Judge; those were the oldest of the profesLee Yires, Clerk, sion. The young lawyers were E W. Parnell, Sheriff, the junior Lockett, Taylor, the Gradyville. Wards, Sebree, Cunningham, Peters, Charles Sparks, Judge; Dudley and many others, who made the Henderson bar the equal of any D. C. Wheeler, Judge; Ed Baker. Clerk, in Kentucky. Elmer Keen, Sheriff, The circuit judge was the accomplished John L. Dorsey, one of the Elroy. greatest Xisi Priua judges of his genDallas Firkin, Judge; eration. X W Scott, Judge; If any one had told young Owsley Buel Shive, Clerk, Stanley, a stranger and unheralded, C. C. Coomdr, Sheriff, friendless and nearly moneyless, that Harmony. within four years he himself would have the most lucrative practice at J. W Young, Judge; W..T. that bar, that Judge Dorsey wouldj WesleyLoj, Judge; i Turner, Clerk,.,.. and accept v resign from the bench G. L. Rosenbaum, Sheriff, . c and thathe, partnership with him. Glensfork:ttv' ,"L . Stanley, would be sent to Congress "' from that historic Kentucky district, ' !4Z?T. Taylor, Judge; he would have smiled at it as a castle --Albert Johnson, Judge;" in Spain. Albert Miller, 'Clerk, r , )Jf V uYet Stanley forged to "ih& fqbh't by G.. E. Powellf Sheri'ff, - Wrij'te f his wonderful ability and 'became the OakT "observed of all observers1" Willie BurfconJudge; of FrankJudge James ColIiei'Murreirudge; fort, when sitting as Chief Justice of H. J. 'Conover. 'Clerk, .1:1 the "Kentucky Court of Appeals, found Irvin Blair, Sheriff himself especially interested one day ' Little Cake. - " in an argument which struck him as Nathan Goodin, Judge; being remarkable. The lawyer addressing he court Cassius Breeding, Judge; Ben Evans, Clerk, was a new one to the court. It was L J. Hatfield, Sheriff, Stanley. Pell) ton was over Chief When the sitting Stanley aside Elbert Sanders, Judge; Justice Hazelrigg called and said to him ''You have all the J. H. Sanders, Judge; Oscar Sinclair, Clerk, earmarks of a great lawyer. HenderZ. T. Pelley, Sheriff, son, down on the Ohio River, is the you. It is a prosperous counplace for Roley. ty, thriving town, splendid people J. J. Humphress, udge; John Young Brown is in Louisville, Emmet Goode, Judge; and the great Lawyer Ball is dead, JakeChelf, Clerk, and their mantles are awaiting some Virgil Hovious, Sheriff, one. Suppose you trj it." Cane Valley. Thus it, may be seen from Eugene O. Bault, Judge; L. Newman's article that Judge HazelJohn Green Sublett, Judge perhaps more than any other rigg, G. W. Pike, Clerk, man, was responsible for Stanley locating in Henerson, making a great Ray Page, Sheriff; Egypt. success at that bar, and becoming one best known Congressmen that H. O. Corbin, Judge: of the Kentucky ever sent to Washington. J. M. Willis, Judge; most courageous Horace Murrell, Clerk, Stanley is one of the jnen that ever sat in Congress. When- Jjum Renf ro, Sheriff, .South Columbia ever he rises in debate the House knows it is going to listen to a man Marion A utle, Judged who is Dot afraid to say what he Jesse White, Judge; thinks and who can say it as no other L. H. Jopes, Clerk; man in Congress can say it. John N. Conover, Sheriff, A O. Stanley is not only a leader, he is a loyal and feearless friend. He The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist fs a scholar and a gentleman, but church will have cake and pies for above all A. O Stanley is a man. sale at Eubank & Summer's millinery room, Saturday at 9 a m. Buy your Sunday's dinner from them. Stanley, speaking at Ha A. O. said: Bowling Green I stood here in this city J. W. Grace, of color, sold a span of "A yar-ag- than one occasion, aiid Jaid heavy horse mules last week for $315. a airrMc-Clai- n, before you my claims and my earnest hopes for a seat in the Federal Senate. "I aspired to wear a toga that once adorned the shoulders Of a Crittenden or a Clay an ambition worthy of the most aspiringspirit. "Ycu willed it otherwise, and I drank to its bitter dregs the chalice pressed to my lips. 'Defeat is never a pleasant thing to a proud man, and yet down into the dust and dirt and ashes of humilia.-tio- n and defeat I went, and from it I arose with the banner of Democracy above my head, and I traveled more miles and I saw more people in the closing days of that campaign, and made more speechef for the Hon. J. C. W. Beckham, than he made for himself. And I would do it again, for I am a Democrat, and thank God, I never yet bolted the platform of Withdrawal Card. Married at the Parsonage. Thursday afternoon, about o'clock, Mr. J. R. Wilson, whov lives on his farm, two miles north of Columbia, and Miss Georgia Smith, who was born and reared in this place, a sister of Mr. Clint Smith, were married, while seated in a buggy, by Rev. O P. Bush, the ceremony being said in front of the minister residence. The groom is one of Adair's best citizens and the bride is a very deserving young woman, a lady who has many friends. Immediately after the ceremony the couple drove to the farm of the gxoom where they will reside In a comfortable home and where there is a sufficiency to make life worth living. Relatives and friends of both parties are ready to extend the glad hand of congratulation. 6:30 Important Notice. The Fiscal Court was convened lasb Friday and Saturday to receive the report of the surveyor, consider plans for the building of the Columbia and Liberty load, and to settle with the bondsmen for the amount subscribed. The surveyor presented his survey which was accepted, and which lias been forwarded to the State Road Commissioner for completion and inspection. If accepted, bids will be advertised for, and by the first of September will likely be closed so that work may begin. The court decided to build the road with metal crown twelve feet wide with nine inches of stone after being rolled, the stone to be covered with limestone screenings and rolled till hard. This will make a road that will undoubtedly appeal to the pride of the people and show the real worth of good roads. The bondsmen were requested to pay the amount subscribed, but owing to the fact that many had not yet paid, only a part of the amount was settled. Subrcnbers are yet due the court about S850 which must be paid in a short time. In fact the court gave notice that the remainder must be paid inside of ten days after giving notice. Every one who has notes to collect should not delay in collecting, and every one who has subscribed should pay up at once and net force the bondsmen to place their notes lu the hands of nn officer. If the bondsmen fail to pay on demand they may expect to settle with an officer and under such proceeding will be compelled to collect from subscribers. Get "busy, keep busy until every dollar has been paid. Land for Sale. Columbia, Ky., July 17, 1915. To the Republican Voters of the ?7th Legislative District: announce my withdrawal from the I race for the Republican nomination for the Legislature. This withdrawal comes from the conference of Col. L. T. Neat and myself, and the friends of each. There being four candidates in the race and three of them, Tom Neat, B G. Redmon and myself all on the ease side of Adair county, and with only Dr. Nell upon the west side presented a serious handicap for either of us three carrying a majority of the vote in Adair county, and as for my Last ' Jt. - nominaticn without I was able to carry a majority of the vote of this county. It appears that the Republicans who opposed the nomination of Dr. Nell prefers presenting a solid oppo sition, and for that reason the friends of L T Neat and myself have been suggesting for some time that one of us withdraw. In response to this a like number of friends of each of us met and with our sanction settled this matter, and as a result of which I am withdrawing. I am satisfied with their decision and hope my friends will feel the same way in regard to it. I announced my candidacy for this nomination early enough to make a thorough canvass of both Adair and Cumberland counties, but upon account of the sickness of my father and other things that come to hinder me, there are yet four precincts of Adair and considerably over half of Cumberland that I have been unable to reach, and for this reason I have acquiesed in their decision, and shall graciously abide and hope my friends shall besatisfied to do the same thing While I have my preference among the candidates et remaining and my opinion as to which it would be best for'the party to nominate, regardless of their action in this matter, I will betightlng for the nominee dud the success of the whole ticket in November. Thanking my friends for their support so far given, and again ex pressing a desire that they will be satisfied and i hat the whole matter 'will work for the good of the party, 1 Yours truly, remain G. L. Perry mau part I would not want the An Important Notice. n, Judge John N" Newman, of Barda-towwho is seeking the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner in this District, has made a very unique and systematic campaign. He has visiteo, practically every town, village, and crossroad store in the District, and the voters have been impressed with his demeanor, and his splendid qualifications to meet and discharge the duties of this important office. In addition to this personal visitation, he has written a letter to practically every voter in the District, setting out in a becoming and modest way, his qualifications for this office; and there is every reason to believe that when the polls close on Saturday, the 7th day of August, he will show a handsome majority over both his opponents. The people of the State have reason to congratulate themselves in his prospective victory, for it is quite certaiu that no mau has ever held the office of Railroad Commissioner in this State, who possessed qualifications superior to those of Judge Newman. Adv Picture Show Changes Hands. - Bring . int Yojur Mules; ' I will' be iriTolumbia next Sat-urday,&'1iie3lst, tobuy mules 'n it I.' tj want iu. ironist to i years oja. itr them ta weigh" 1000 pounds and up.X'will only be in town until J. "W.Phillips. 12-o'cloc- A local paper states that Mr. James, the Dixie Highway from Chattanooga to Chicago via of Albany, Columbia and will go over the route, in about two weeks. The article further states that Mr. James has made up his mind that said route was the most practicable. Our people should make an effort to learn if the report is true, and if it is, be ready to give Mr James a rousing reception. who is deeply interested in Mr. R. T. Baker, of Amaudaville, was in Lebanon last week, and from R. L Purdy he purchased a very fine Camp-bellsvill- e, walking horse for $350 His nephew, Selden Baker, also purchased in Lebanon a nice mare and a nice gelding at fancy prices The latter passed through here last Thursday, euroute to Amaudaville with the stack. In all probability this fine stock will be on exhibition at the Columbia Fair. high-clas- s Mr. G. W. Lowte,.who successfully couducted the picture show in this place until Mrs. LoweSwas taken sick, has sold the outfit to Mr. Edgar Reed,' who will continue" to give exhibitidnsr iu"the samehaU,. beginning Monday Public Speaking nlgiit of the week, of.the Fair, contin, uing nightly the entire! week. Af ten the Fair there w'iir be two shows a .jRev. D. M- - Walker; pastor of the wetfkj Tlyirsdafr-aa'Saturday nights. First .Christian church, Stanford, Ky.r "vylll addr.es 3 the voters of Adair court ,Mr .Reed. wilj. arrange jfor ty aKthe court-houspictures and, good tmusic. in this city, on tiex't Montiaycbunty court day. Mr. I Walker is a fine speaker and should be Straw vote taken by Thomas B. heard by a large audience. Cromwell, political writer for Cincinnati Inquirer, indicates that Stanley lt is a well settled fact that Moris the only man in the race. Out of row will be the Republican nominee twenty-sicounties in which the straw vote was taken, Stanley has a major for Governor and Democrats have had no hand in his selection. It would be ity in twenty-fou- r counties and a majority in only two. It more appropriate now if the Republilooks like a landslide for Stanley. cans would keep their hands off the The ballot shows that the Democrats Democratic contest. They are doing of Kentucky are overwhelmingly all they can to induce Democrats to against "State wide Prohibition." vote for McChesney. Why are they so onxious for his nomination? Do Mr. Cromwell's tabulation shows 0 for Stanley, 500 for McChesnsy, you bel.ieve they want the Democratgiving Stanley a majority of 13,250 in ic nominee to win in November? There are reasons to believe othercounties the twenty-siwise, and it will be an unusual thing adv. if mauy Democrats take their direction from Republicans who have Notice. never helped the Democrats in all the past. T'ie contest Is between Stanley Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Staples have and McChesney. Stanley is a Demopened up a boaiding House in their ocrat, ah able one, one who can beat home on Burkesville St., near the any Republican that confronts him. Public square. You are cordially in- The Republicans know Adv it vited to stop with them. . .' rd I have 70 acres of good land seven acres in creek bottom, 12 acres in timber. This land is located in Camp Knox, Green eounty, ou pike leading to Greeusburg It is well watered. On the land is a neat dwelling and Urge feed Darn, a store building almost new, a good stand" to sell goods. It is where the post office is kept. There are other outbuildings on the farm. It is a splendid location for some person who wants a home, and '" ' also to sell goods. J E. Dulworth.P. M., 39 4t Camp KdoxfKy. 1. Xi fr- t r, an - first-clas- s, -- e, ' Ki jj ". - Ji x 13,-75- x and will also handle groceries. you owe us for millinery, please If call and settle We need every cent Rev J. S. Chandlerwill speak at The wife of W. J. Watson, whose due us. We have accomodated you, Breediug next Saturday evening on There will home was near Watson, this county, now you do likewise. the subject of State-wid& Summers. Monday of last week. She was died Eubank be no preaching at the Methodist a victim of pulmonary trouble. church here on Sunday morning, bub Stevenson, & Sandusky are selling the usual services Sunday eve. e. heard weather prognosticates say "it was never known to rain after night in the month of July." The saying is not worth a button now, as some of the heaviest rains this summer came in the night, and in the month of July. The weather prophets will take a back seat. Until this month set in you often The series of meetings at Milltown, elsewhere spoken of in this paper, is attracting many people Up to last Sunday there had been eight or ten conversions. Last Sunday there was dinner on the ground for everybody. E Wilson will open a store in the basement room of racket Russell & Co. 's store, the room formerly occupied by Sullivan Bros, about the first of August. Ha will run several 5 and 10 cent counters, Mr. Geo. I have two thoroughbredhortHorn Wheat bran at 81.00, single hundred. male calves, 8 months old, jfor sale. In 500 pound lots 90 cents.' ' W.' T. itohoney. t A. 39-2- :. r 320 .. Wanted. Eighty gallons of blackr. v' t'1f n berries afrthe rahw .ww ' L'indsey-Wllso- jt -i t iVtf o -- htl4ih4atf.&aaaghter. Born, to,tha w,lfe ft T.J2. Wajfgener, T Born, to th8 fr'rfe'of-Elm-o Jury "27, 'msviimtkUi. Strange, ingrSchool.-"- " ' Moss & Chandler. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS MHESNEY THE MAN FOR VICTORY IN NOVEMBER Chas. D. Arnett -- OF Temperance Vote In Country Districts and Mountains Will More Than Make Up For Liquor Men Who May Bolt Elections of Last Few Years Prove This "The liquor candidates and the liquor i rest of the Democratic ticket. Even i af rorgans in iceir desperate . enons iu in Louisville, which he carried by a large majority, 2,500 :stem the rapidly increasing strength votes behind thehe ran nearly Demmajority of the to prevent, if &t Mr. McChesney, and ocratic nominee for Congress; in Ken; possible, what seems to be his prob-- . ton county (city of Covington) he reable .nomination as the Democratic ceived 1,889 votes less than the vote 'candidate for Governor in the August for the Democratic nominee for Conprimary, have been industriously cir--. gress; in Campbell county (city of e Newport) he received 1,632 less; ia culating the report that if he is Fayette county (city of Lexington) can not be elected in They base this statement which he should have carried by 1,200, nupon the idea that the whiskey and he carried by only 197; and so it was ileer Democrats would not vote for in every city where there was a liquor "jhim, or for any other dry Democrat, vote. Even in Henderson county, Mr. Stanley's home. Governor ilf he is nominated. In other words, ran about 200 or 250 votes Beckham behind the .they admit that, although the liquor '.Democrats will take a very active part ticket, even though Stanley made a .in the primary against McChesney, speech there before the election, ostthey will not hesitate, if he is- - nom- tensibly for the ticket, .but it happeninated, to bolt his nomination and vote ed that in the five or six places where rfor .the Republican ticket. There is he did speak in that campaign, Beck i some truth in that threat, for that is ham, the nominee, lost votes, for Stan;just what they have been doing for ley's speeches were not intended to jmany years. Most of them do not help him. Notwithstanding all of this seem to he bound, by any sense of hon-o- r defection and bolting, Governor Beckor obligation, to support the nom- ham won over his Republican opponent, inee after they have taken part in the majority, Governor Willson, by 32,000 'the largest majority given .primary. Admitting to be true their purpose to bolt if Mr. McChesney is to any Democratic candidate In 25 or nominated, and that is what this talk 30 years. So the threat of Mr. Stanley to when they say he could and his whisky and beer supporters ;not be elected, let us see whether or proved to be futile and empty. If is the same old trick they are not it is to bo feared. The people of Kentucky remember trying to work again, on the. Democrats xvery well that in the Senatorial this year. But it will fool only the last year, the same kind of talk unthinking or the ignorant. Mr. Mc-- and threats were used against Govern--o- r Chesney is undoubtedly the strongest Beckham. Mr. Stanley, the liquor candidate the Democrats can nomi.candidate for the Senate then, as he is nate for Governor. He will be elected .the liquor candidate for Governor now, beyond doubt; he may lose many very used the same argument; so did the wet Democrats in the liquor centers, rsame liquor newspapers. What thiB just as Beckham did last year, but he argument amounted to in effect was will more than make it up In the ooun-tr- y districts and in the mountains. He that, if Beckham was nominated, the 'whiskey and beer Democrats would is receiving the assurances of thouVbolt him, while If Stanley should be sands of temperance Republicans and nominated he would get all of those Independents that they will support votes and alBO the votes of the him, If he Is nominated over Mr. MorDemocrats, who would be too row, who is well known as a wet man. .honorable and too good Democrats, to It is no use for Mr. Stanley to argue .fbolt the party nominee after they had that, because the Republicans will rtaken part in the primary. The result nominate a wet candidate for Goverof that primary should be fresh in the nor on a wet platform, the Democrats memory of Kentucky Democrats. With should do the same thing, and get into rail the power and wealth of the dis- a race with the Republican ticket to tilleries, the breweries, and the saloons see which can bid the highest for the "back of him, Stanley was defeated by whiskey and beer votes of the state. ;a substantial majority. Beckham was The people of Kentucky are not going nominated and a large majority of the to elect as Governor of the state a "liquor Democrats did bolt him in the liquor trust man, and Mr. Stanley JNovember election. It is necessary might as well stand aside. The people only to look at the returns from that know that their chance to beat the wet Republican candidate is with Mr. Mc..election to demonstrate it. In all of the cities and liquor centers Chesney as the Democratic candidate. fReckham ran considerably behind the He will be nominated and elected. v Morgan County The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Ase has Its attractions no less than youth in a more serene and quieter life. Cut It Is this very life of rest without sufficient exercise that brings with it those disorders that arise from inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled In this way, with accompanying symptoms of belching, drowsiness after eating, headaches and general lassitude. Frequently there is difficulty of digesting even light food. Much mental trouble ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable remedy. First of all the advice may be siven that elderly people should not use salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters or any of the more violent purgatives. What they need, women as well as men, 'is a mild laxative tonic, one that is pleasant to take and yet acts without griping. The remedy that fills all these requirements, and has in addition tomte remedies. Trustworthy people like A B Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm. Newbern. Tenn. and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks. Paris. Ky say they take it at regular intervals and in that way not only maintain general good health, but that they have not In years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always have a bottle of It in the house. It 13 good for all the family. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St. Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all other ai r. nomi-ruated.h- his companions planted peach seed and raised crop of corn cultivated men, near Barbourville " 'l-- the first the first WELL DRILLER .W.i'j. Z:l . ' I Democratic Candidate -F- -- OR- pri-r-sna- ry ecretary of State I wish I could meet every Democrat In Kentucky before the August Primary. That is impossible. I will, therefore, aeik you to vote for me August 7, in the Primary, and again November 2, In the general election. Then come to see me In the Secretary of State's Office at Frankfort. By my faithful services I will make you glad you nominated and elected me to that important office. My record as a Democratic Senator from the 34th District (Morgan, Magoffin, "Wolfe, Breathitt and Owsley counties) is approved by my people. by white I will drill wells in Adair and in 1750. adjoining counties. See me be The first wagon of which hisfore contracting. Latest imtory gives an account was run proved machinery of all kinds. over Smith's wagon road from Pump Repairing Done. Give Lexington to Maysville in 1782 me a Call. by a man named Smith. Tiaveling Man's Experience. "In the summer of 1883 I had a very severe attack of cholera morbus. Two physicians worked overme from 4 a. m. to p. m. without giving me any relief and then told me they did not expect me to live; that I had best telegraph for my family. Instead of doing so, I gave the hotel porter fifty cents and told him to buy me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Eemedy, and take no substitute. I took a double doee according to the directions and went to sleep after the second dose. At five o'clock the next morning I was called by my order and a train for my next stop- pingpoint, a well man but feelin rather skaky from the severity of th attack," writes H. W. Ireland, Louis ville, Ky. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. J. C. YATES A Splendid -- tem--rperan- ce Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Be sure to find my name Avd. JLs on the Primary Ballot Then it will be eaay to mark it like this: Year for. Only $1.35 De Subscription may new or renewal Your House a Home? Wise or Otherwise. A good cook is the best house- For Secretary of State How's This? A lady entered a railroad coach What the Weekiy Enquirer is It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie'of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading; news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome. farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to jAnd what is a home? is, of course, quite different hold jewel. ffrom a house. It is a building not made worse than none. 37ith hands," says the Woman s '"It Sometimes half the truth is Home Companion. unseen, rather than to the A man loses his appetite if forced to eat his words. things which are seen. It keeps some people busy tryA house is a product of human lhandicraft; a home is a creation ing to look innocent. Qi .the heart. &. ihouse is constructed It belongs to the things which Liquor doesn't drown troubles; it floats them. Most men who say they do the out of best they can don't. tmatter; a home i3 such stuff as A lazy man wants to paddle dreams are made of. his own canoe by proxy. A house is four walls with a People go to extremes in tryixoof; a home is a complex or ing to make both ends meet. memories and associations and There are few things more unaffections. certain than life's certainties. A. iiouse is built by gold; a One can often dodge a coming ehome is built by love. A small and shabby home may be set up evejit by observing its shadow. linside a spacious and costly A diplomat seemingly believes one without actually doing it. &ouse. -- We have all been guests in Some men outlive their useful.places where we felt there was ness if they live to be a day over ..more house than home. in the other hand, a palatial 22. Every time a man discovers rhome may be erected a cottage. inside that a woman has fooled him his vanity gets a shock. A house can be built in a year. m 'To build a home is the work of President Wilson arrived in xiany seasons. Washington last week and a A man can have numerous Cabinet meeting was held to .houses; he can have but one consider a reply to Germany. hame. in which all the seats were filled with the exception of two of Adv. which one man had taken possession. The lady stopped near Things in Kentucky. the man thinking that he would First gallantly turn one of the seats The first woman to own a piece for her and thus permit her to of land in Kentucky was SusanThe Adair County News, sit down. Perhaps there was a Columbia, Ky. nah Boone, wife of Daniel Boone look of annoyance on her face who very early obtained a patent since the man did not show a It requires a lot of magnetism for a tract in Madison county. disposition to show her any cour- to get things coming our way. The first marriage in KenThere are times when the destesy for he said, "Why are you Hentucky was that of Samuel to consist of looking at me so angrily, do you cent of man seems derson to Elizabeth Calloway, falling in love. wish to eat me up?" The lady Aug. 7, 1776. Their daughter, Many a woman who thinks her 'No! I do not like answered; face is her fortune doesn't have Fannie, born in 1777, was the pork." to carry any burglary insurance? first white child in the State Lots of girls put on airs, even born of parents in the state. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. the air of innocence. The first plow manufactured , "About two years ago I had a se vere attack of aiarrnoea wmen lasted Some men are never naturarV was made by William Pogue at for over a week," writes W. C. Jones, They are either kicking or being H, "I became so weak Harrodsburg in 1770. He also Buford,couldD, not stand upright. A kicked. that I made his first loom, while his druggist recommended Chamberlain's Some men are cranks and some Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Eemedy. spinning The first dose relieved me ahd 'within are wife brought the first wheel to the State and wove two days I was as well as ever." For Tell a woman that consistency Ad sale by Paull Drug Co. from the lint of nettles, the first is a jewel and she will tell you jewelry is vulgar. piece of linen manufactured, and Pointed Paragraphs. The one thing the average girl from buffalo wool the first piece carl't understand about every of linsey. Some men are such unbeliev- man is why he doesn't fall in The first grist mill in the state ers that they would actually love with her. run by water was, perhaps, the question the sex of the devil-LoStrangely enough, there is no McMur-trone built by Capt. John in a cottage is all right if similarity between our mansions near Shakertown, in Mercer the cottage is so.small there is in the sky and our castles in the v county in 1792. no room for doubt. air. The first apple seeds were In an argument some people The prisons of the land are Mercer county by of men who will solemnly asplanted in never give in and some never full sure you that "honesty is the members of the McAfee com- give out. best policy." pany in 1775, Dr. Walter and self-starter- Chas. D. Arnett X s. ve y, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Danger Signals. J Luke M'Luke Says. Beck's Store. -- &? f ,' ., , -- rx. Red is the color universally There are lots of Ideal husused as a danger signal because bands and ideal wives in the it can be seen farther than any world, but they are seldom marother color. If is also the color ried to each other. that "attracts attention, excites When he is single he has evcuriosity and arouses to action." ery drawer in the chiffonier Green, the complementary of packed with his stuff and is red, is seen almost as far as red, crowded for room, but after he but green is the color of which gets married he is lucky if his nature makes lavish use, and wife lets him have half a drawer therefore a green signal is less to stow away what little he owns. easily recognized than a red, What has become of the because the former may easily man who used to worbe taken for a part of the backry for fear the bicycle would ground, while the latter always d make us a contrasts vividly with the backrace? ground. So green has been used Tell a girl that she looks cute for a clear or a cautionary signal. and she will want to kiss you. At night especially red is used Tell a man he looks cute and he as a danger signal, red lanterns will want to kill you. being placed on torn-u- p streets A single man has to have the and obstructions, red tail lights being used for motorcars, red conscience to tell him when he wrong. lamps to indicate fire exits in has done But a married man doesn't theaters, factories and hotels, and more recently to mark dan- need a conscience. He can rely on his wife telling him all about gerous parts of machinery, wires and other danger it. Before she gets him she alspots. The effective range of the" sev- ways wants to see the color of eral colored lights recognized by his eyes. After she gets him all the Railway Signal association she thinks about is the color of old-fashion- round-shouldere- Harvesting is the order of the day here now. School is progressing nicely with Miss Nina Simpson as teacher and good attendance. E. K. Traylor, who has been in bad health for some time, is now thought to be improving. Mrs. Chas. Bradshaw, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Thomas for two weeks, "returned to her home at Montpelier last Wednesday. Paul VanZant again enterThe best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line. ancDL tained the people here Tuesday of master workmen the aid of the most causing hard pulling. night with his moving picture ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped" This is the "Thornhill" Wagon: the Wagon that Must Make Good non-brcaka3- show. Miss Nina Simpson was the pleasant guest of Bobbie Traylor 'high-curre- nt under ordinary weather condi- tions are as follows: Red, three and a half miles; yellow, one to one and a half miles; green, two and a half to three miles; blue, of a mile; half to s of When they are first married, purple, half to a mile; lunar white, two to two she greets him with passionate and a half miles. showers of kisses. But about Red, no matter how- distant, ten years later she greets him never ceases to look red. This with passionate showers of is not true of. any other color, plates and cups and saucers. though a good green fairly apThe reason why a Princess she-sees three-quarte- rs Tuesday night. Miss Sarah V. Traylor is at the bedside of her aunt, Miss Mollie Baker, who is very sick. E. W. Thomas and wife, of Crocus, spent the day Sunday at C. R. Thomas'. Mrs. Mollie Cole visited at J. R. Needham, Monday. Rich Dillon and IFinis Patton, ef Breeding, attended the picture show here Tuesday night. Mrs, Cora Renno, from Clinton county, has been here visiting her sister, Mrs. Susie Cole. Mr. and Mr3. J. C. Winfrey his coin. spent Thursday night with Mrs. A woman always gets mad Bettie Lloyd. Mrs. Hiberna Lloyd is numwhen a fool man standing in front of a window display bered with the sick, of bust forms, corsets and hip Your cough can Be Stopped. and rear pads. Using care to avoid draughts, exposure, sudden ceanges, and taking a treatment of Dr. King's Xew Discovery, will positively relieve, and in time will surely rid you of your cough. The first dose soothes the irritation, checks your cough, which stops in a short time. Dr. King's New Discovery has been used successfully for 45 years and is guaranteed to cure you. Money back if it fails. Get a bottle a fellow has brains, from Paull Drug Co., it costs only a Ad little and will help you so much curly. it employed to make the Thornhill wagon. The wheels are made with excessive care. For the spokes the manufacturers use the finest hickory machine driven to insure the right dish. The hubs are of oak,' thoroughly seasoned and banded with 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 Ihound plate that is braced to the hounds all points. Thi is an exclusive f'ThornhiU" feature. It prevents the vniht st long sleeve malleable skeins that insure light running, and oat-laany other skein. Each skein is fitted to its axle with a Defiance machine infallibly accurate. This machines insures the right pitch and tuck, makes light draft a certainty. The axles are of toughest nickory the steel axles of the best refined steel,- The sides of "Thornhill" beds arey made of poplar. It costs the makers more but it holds paint better and gives? better service. Come in and see this wagon sofcl under a binding guarantee. -- sow The Thornhill By WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY. szi, is not the lowest priced h-1 Wt-go- th' srJ -t '; end the chcapesr EVERYTHING IN ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanizes! three-quarter- - and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence.. proximates it. Constipation Causes Most Ills. Accumulated waste in your thirty feet of bowels causes absorption of poisons, thens to produce fevers, upsets digestion. You belch gas, feel stuffy, irritable, almost cranky. It isn't you it's your condition. Eliminate this poisonous waste by taking one or two Dr. King's New Life Pills Enjoy a full, free bowel movement in the morning you feel so grateful. Get an original bottle con taining 3G pills, from Paull Drug Co , " Ad for 25c. t. to-dawell-know- knows that is because his hair is Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 Some of the chickens look as though they were locked the coop when the corn was be- Government has begun with men at work, ing distributed. And others look as though they got more Mrs. Mary W. McBrayer, aged than their share at feeding time. 78, died at the home of her Men imagine that they knovv granddaughter, Mrs. Morris what suffering is. But they are Barlett, at Lawrenceburg, mere pikers compared to a fat Robert Crouch was shot and woman whose shoes are so tight instantly killed in Boyle county can't stand up and by Mrs. Hattie Henson, because n that she Mrs. Nellie Burke, a woman of Breckinridge whose corset is so tight she can't he killed one of her dogs, county, died at her home six sit down. Five deaths from the heat are Wedding Day is the Big reported from Philadelphia Sunday The miles from Cloverport. and one suicide caused by a Day for a little while. But from In the Sciota valley in Ohio Big Day is Pay Day. man being crazed by the heat. the damage to crops by high then on the If all the girls were- - Wealthy A feature of the State enwater and heavy storms is estiand also Deaf and Dumb there campment at Owensboro was a mated at $2,000,000. military ball given in honor of wouldn't be any bachelors in this A Splendid Offer. Gov. James B. McCreary. country. 1,-4- 00 -- .The work of the construction up in of the Alaskan railroad by the CO- - 12-- 1 16 Eaat Matfcet Mreei Between first and Brook Louisville, Birdseve view at our Plant FC- y- $ "Largest in Dixie' .' Until further notice we will A Medicine Chest for 25c. furnfshThe Adair County Ifewsone In this chest you have an excellent year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir remedy for Toothache, Bruises, er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, one year, Farm and Fireside, semiMaga monthly! one year; zine,monthly,one year; and Household Journal, monthly, one year, all for 81.65. This is the best offer ever made by th is office, and all who want reading matter should send to this office at once. To-day- 's their-subscrip-tio- ns Sprains, Stiff Neck, Backache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism and for most emergencies. One 25c. bottle of Sloan's Liniment does it all this because these ailments are symptoms, not diseases, and are caused by congestion and inllamation. If you doubt, ask those who use Sloan's Liniment, or better still, buy a 25c bottle and prove it. Sold by Paull Drug Co Ad Is Sickness A Sin? If not, it's wicked to neglect illness and means of relief. It's wicked to endure Liver Ills, Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, when one dose of gives relief. is Podophyllin (May Apple,) without the gripe. It arouses the Liver, increases the flow of bile Nature's antiseptic in the Bowels. Your Constipation and other ills disappear over night behas helped Nature to cause Po remove the cause. Get a bottle from Get rid of Paull Drug Co., your Constipation overnight. Po-Do-Lx W. J. Hughes & Sons Co Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Cohimns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, fc Do-La- x to-da- Read Our Liberal Papr Offers 4r- THE, ADAIR- COUNTY, NEWS - ; - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Russell County Announcement. w. -- - - Published Every Wednesday FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. BY THE - Adair County ( News Company Incorporated.) CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. J. R. McFar-an-4 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. We are authorized to announce FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest 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, Isubjectio 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. ce In discussing the prospects of the various candidates for "Governor, friends should be guarded in theuyemarks. No one knows at this time who the nominee will be, and every Democrat should be in position to cheerfully support the candidate of Kentucky is majority. the largely" Democratic and with a united party there is nothing to fear from Republicans. -- Call For Best Firestone Rubber Tires Put on and Guaranteed by GOFF BROS. CLEARANCE SALE OF This paper desires to say a in the of WED.JULY,28.1915 few words Black, interestis a Judge J. D. who Democratic candidate for LieuAnnouncements. tenant Governor. Some years ago he was called upon to make FOIt CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. the race for Congress in the Eleventh district, Adair being in Wc are authorized to announce V. A. Strangea the district at that time. Knowcandidate for circuit clerk of Adair county, subject to the Demo:ratic primary to be held in ing that a majority of eighteen August. thousand wa3 against his party, CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. he accepted the nomination, made the canvass, speaking at We are authorized to announce that W. T. The to the,' office all the, county seats. Price is a candidate oi of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county, subjec,io blican-candidate of course was the action of the Republican voters of said party. at the August primary. elected, but- - his majority was M &J greatly reduced. Mr. Black is FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE: '?' &A an able man, a parliamentarian i & Judge J". C Carter, of Monroe fountiaUthor-- second to none, a Christian genizes us to'announce.this candidacy for to the office of Circuit Judgejn this tbe,?Sventy-nint- tleman, a Democrat in whom district, subject to the action Of the'Repub-lica- there is no guile, and a Kenvoters, as expressed at th polls at the coming August primary. tucky citizen with a spotless character.- emocrats-in-this-part of CIRCUlTJUDGErnTH DISTRICT. the State will make no mistake He is clean, We are authorized to announce Judge I. H. in supporting him. Thurman. of Washington County, a candidate socially, politically and other to the office of Circuit Judge in for j Repu" SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR Claude B. Terrell, of Trimble county, is one of the good men who is a Democratic candidate for Auditor, Without saying a word detrimental to any other candidate for said position, the party could not make a wiser choice than Air. Terrell. The Kaiser says the war will end in October. The only way he could possibly know that hos tilities would cease in that month is, that he has decided to quit at Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums Is now going on and Big, Towering Values are offered in every section of our Live Store. 20 and 25 per cent, reductions are not unusual on high-clamerchande, ss Clearance Prices on Best Quality Axmin- ster Rugs are $17.50 for size 9 x $21.50 for ft. 12 xJ5 ft $29.50 for sixe 12 111 x 12 ft. that time. The Democrats of Adair county are divided now as to choice for a candidate for Governor, but after the primary thty will all be together, ready to go up against the common enemy. ROYAL WILTON RUGS $40.00 Values Good Selection of Discontinued Patterns, are Marked at $30.00. '' WOOL and FIBER RUGS . .. . 1 h n Combination of Green and Oak, Blue and Tan, Two Shades of Brown in a Good Quality. Clearance Price 9 x 12 ft $6.00. 10J x 12 ft $8.50. 12 x 12 ft $10 50 WAR SITUATION. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, -- -D- INCORPORATED of Green, Taylor, Marlon and Washington, subject to the action of the Democratic party, as expressed at the August primary. FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY the Eleventh District, comprising the counties We arc authorized to announce" A. A . Hudles-to- n, of Cumberland county, a candidate for reelection t the office oi Commonwealth's Attorney district, subject to the , in this the Twenty-nint- h action of the Republican voters in said district, as expressed at the primary to be held the first Saturday in August, 1915. FOR TOE STATE SENATE. We are authorized to announce D. B. Hatcher, of Barren county, a candidate for tho State Senate, subject to the Democratic voters at tho August primary. The district is composed of the connties of Barren. Metcalfe and Adair. are authorized to announco R. B, Trigg. Barren county, a ci.ndidate for the State senate from the lfth district, subject to the a on ot the Domocra tic voters In the August p mary. The district is composed of Adair Barren and Metcalfe. We FOR LEGISLATURE. berland in the next Legislature, subject to the action of the Republican voters, as expressed at the August primary. FOP. TIIE LEGISLATURE We are authorized to announce L. C. Nell, of Gradyville, a candidate for the Republican nomination in this the 37th Legislate e district, composed of Adair and Cumberland counties, sub- Wc are authorized to announce that Neat is a candidate to lepaesent Adair and L. T. Cum- ject to the August primary. FOR THE LEGISLATURE. are authorized to announce B. G- - Redman a candidate to represent Adair and Cumberla: d in the next Legislature, subject to the action of the Republican yoters, as expressed at the August primary. TVe 522 & 524 W. Market Street Desperate fighting continues Louisville's Most Progressive Carpet Store. between the Teutonic armies pressing upon Warsaw and the wise. Russian forces defending it, The time for voting on the with the issue still in the bal that the Italians had captnred was retaken. bond proposition in Adair county ance. Heavy fighting in Alsace is re is , fast approaching. If you Advances along all the fronts ported in the French official want to see lands double in are claimed in the latest German value, and inviting farm houses and Austrian official statements, statement. Nine German ttacks followed an attack by dotted all over the county, vote but Petrograd, while not denythe French, in which the latter to make better roads. There is ing the closer drawing-i- n of the had captured a trench on the not a county in Kentucky blessed Austro-Germalines in some heights West of Muenster. The with good pikes but is a prosasserts that these lines are French claim to have held their perous county. The young men being held stationary or hurled ground and maintained all their Black Prince. of Adair county who want to backward at vital points. previous gains. make a dust in the world should On the important front South Further bombarding of GerWe can point to our cigais "as input their heads together and carof Lublin, a serious breach in man communication lines in comparable, in quality, in aroma and ry the proposition. Where they in even which would mean the cutting of aeroplane raids, the latest one in stock is burning. Our clear Havana just what ifs represeted to make one dollar now, with good Lublin-Chelrailroad line the Argonnes, is reported from be. We will sell cigars of quality to - the pike3 all over the county theyand a division of the Russian Paris. Success in striking" the win you over to us for life. We can could make five. They could do sell cigars of excellence at a low price armies to the North and Soutn, station at Autry with twelve1 because of our large clientele of most three times as much marketing gratified customers. the Russian's resistance seems to bombs is claimed. and get better prices for their The Petrograd be strongest. Quiet has prevailed in the Darproducts. The jaws of the German nutstatement claims the Teutonic- danelles since the success of the crackers are nearing each other been arrested Entente Allies on July 12 and 13, ' President Wilson's last note to offensive has steadily, but the Grand Duke there. the French War Department Germany was so worded as to has no intention of allowing Counter-attack- s have driven says. leave n doubtjas to the course them actually to meet upon the the Germans back along the line on Rugsjan nut, wjth the smooth The new American note this goyernment will pursue in of the River Narew, to the North submarine warfare has been dis necessary for suc the event that Germany fails to by of Warsaw, the Russians de- patched to Germany. Its textt cess. accede to the demands made the United States. It will either clare. They assert also that will be given out in time for pub- - "At present it seems that he of lication in the moaning papers on be a fight or the ceasing of rela- their lines on the left bank has decided to deal with the the Vistula, southeast of the city, Saturday. tionship; and in the event of the northern attack first, mean- are holding. while holding off the southern latter it would be a tremendous counter-an sec-tion- s, . m ! t - I loss to Germany, financially and FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. WILLIAM otherwise. In the meantime this country is making preparation for stronger coast defense. F. KLAIR--FAYET- COUNTY. as Railroad CommissionCandidate for er Second Distritt of Kentucky. Subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August Primary. Re-ele- ct FOR BAlLKOAD COMMISSIONER We are authorized to announce John E. New-mof Nelson county, a candidate for Railroad Commissioner, in the Second district, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Primary election. Saturday. August 7. FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE aa, We are authorized to announce Mat S. Cohen, of Madison county, a candidate for Commissioner . f Agricultur .subject to the action of the Democratic TOters'of Kentucky, as expressed at the August primary. The Democrats of this county are asked not to forget Rodman W, Keenon, of Mercer county, who is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. He is an front On the Austro-Italia- n elegant gentleman and well qualRome claims the gain of apart of ified for the position. the heights commanding Gorizia A boat with 2,500 passengers, and the Isonzo bridges from the out on a pleasure trip,- - capsized right batik of the fiver. The in Chicago river near. Chicago, latest report from Vienna delast Saturday and over 1,000 clares all attacks on Gerizia have been checked and that a height were drowned. The fortress of" Novo Georg-ievsseems to be giving effective help in keeping the Teutons in check to the northwest, for the. time at least. In the Baltic provinces the German advance is progressing, with their outposts barely twenty miles from Riga, their immediate objective. k A Petrograd attack. Holding the interior dispatch to the Morning Post ' lines with abundant railway jcommodation, he is in a position 'Grand Duke Nicholas has' readily to throw the greater maneuvered his armies so as to Part of nis forces upon either of London, July 22. J ac-say- s:. bring the enemy into positions the attacking German armies." which will enable him to throw Don't Forget. superior forces upon either side. This is one of the oldest devices When in need of Boards call at Casof strategy, known as the prin- ey Jones Store. ciple of partial defeat, and was first used by Eparoinondas at Foxes Wanted. the battle of Leuctra, in which he defeated the Spartans. Greys $1.25 to 2. Reds $1.50 to W. T.Hodgen, history has a great $3.50. "Seldom in Campbellsville, Ky. 232 commander been so favorably Box placed as the Grand Duke for Please call and settle your account Eubank & Summers. the application of this principle. at once. 38-2- t i THE'EAlfr C6UNTYNEWS g r t- - S9 ! Kn84.c4H4 A Seven Months' School Term With In- Summer Clearance Sale, r entre stock of Mens, Womens and Childrens Low iCuttShoes will be sold regardless of Cost. Mens Straw Hats, Summer Clothing, Underwear, &c, at Cut Prices. Everything in the line of Summer Goods Priced Down to Close Out. fc creased Salaries For Teachers Per Month HAMLETFS RECORD IN OFFICE ! 6 9 RUSSELL & CO. & Mr. J, B. Yates', wife and three Last Wednesday night, while prayer children. Cave City, and Miss Cathe- meeting was in progress at Antioch rine Nell, who has been visiting in that church, on Sparks' Ridge, an unknown place, arrived last Sunday afternoon. man rode up to the door of the church. Mr. Z. T. Taylor, of Elkhart, 111 , a Gred his pistol, whooped a number of Mr. W R Lyon was here Thursday. native of Adair, county, for a number yells, then rode off saying he was from Campbeilsville. The congregation Mr. J, H. Ritcliey, Burkesville, was of years a citizen of Columbia, arSunday night to visit, relatives was terribly frightened, and all efforts rived here Monday. to learn the name of the man proved and friends. Mr. J. H. Hi)), Campbeilsville, was futile. It is more than likely that he here the first of the week. Mi; J. N. Turner and Mrs. Turner, did not live in Campbeilsville and Miss May Burton, of Purdy, called Mesd'ames E. L. Gowdy, R. B. Wood, gave the name of the town to deceive. and Mrs. Hans Mueller, Lebanon, who at the News office Monday. THOMAS B CROMWELL'S, secare sojourning at the Griffin Springs, Mr Jo Russelj returned from Louisond report, of the post card canvass visited Columbia last Friday: ville last Friday night. r , of the State, figures from 76 of the Dr. B. F. Taylor was here frdm 120 counties, show Stanley to have Mr. W. D. Jones' has returned to East Fork the middle of last week 60,400 votes; McChesney, the StateKnoxville. He stated that himself and son, Dr. wide Candidate, 41,975 votes; McDer-mot- t, Glen-villDr. B.J Bolinanarwife,-o-f James, would remove "to" Columbia 16.370; Bbsworth", 16,720: makabout the middle of Seplemberf weri here Saturclay. ing a total of 134, 665, "giving Stanley Mr. Geo. R. Miller carce in Monday Dr. R. A. Jones and wife, Mrs J. a plurality of 18,420 over McChesney. Adv night. T. Jones, Mrs J. P. Clayton and her son visited Louisville last week. Mr. Mark Hoi 'ad ay left this morn- little Mr. W. T. Ottley has rented Mr. The object of the visit was to have ing for Oklahoma. Mrs Clayton's little boj's nose treat- Georgia Crenshaw's residence, Mr. Mr. W. C. Barrett, of Louisville, ed. Crenshaw has taken a room at was in Columbia last Thursday. Mr. Marvin Young, will take Miss Frances Reed, who has been her meals at the Staples' Mr. W. P. Nunnally paid our drugvisiting in Middlesboro and Louis- House. Mr. Ottley removed from gists a visit a few days ago. , ville, returned Monday nigfTt. She Mrs Marcum's boarding-hous- e last Mr. C. W. Faulkenburg, Jamestown, was accompanied by Misses Louise Thursday. ' Baird and Evelyn Schales, who will was here recently. be with her several weeks. It was reported some time ago that Mr. L D. Potts and Mr. W. H. Mr. W. G. Cundiff, wife and six no trace could be found of one of the Bledsoe, of Whetstone, were here a children, of Allen, Texas, arrived last daF or two ago. pheasants, assigned to Wednesday night for a two month's Milltown. It is explained now. A Mrs Cecil Ramsey, Monticello, isj sfay with relatives. Mr. Cundiff is a visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo2 son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cundiff, few days ago it was seen on "Frank Dohoney's farm, a whole lot of young !N Conover. of Mr. and Mrs. T. ones following. and is a Mrs Margaret Tucker and Mrs. Ada F. Collins, this place. Miss Annie Faulkner, of Louisville, Schooling left Saturday,, to spend a Mr. W. C. Grider and wife have refew days with old friends at New turned from Louisville. When they sold her interest in a three acre tract Market. left Montpelier it was thought that of land, a part of the H. W. Wilson survey, tying in the suburrs of CoMr. and Mrs. W. R Myers and Mr Mrs Grider would have to undergo an operation, but we are glad to state lumbia, to J. O Russell for $75 00. and Mrs Fred Myers are visiting in that the specialist reported that he the Biue Grass section of Kentucky. Stalls are already being engaged thought she could be restored without for the Columbia Fair, and it is be Mr and Mrs. A. H Ballard went to ' going under the knife lieved that a large number of tine Frankfort and flmcinnati last Wed- nesday, to visit relatives horses will be here. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Mr. Edgar Royse, son of Mr. S. W. Wesson's cooking oil for salads, Royse, who lias been in school at shortening, etc. Put up in 25c tins Bowling Green, returned home last Every can guaranteed. Sold by FlowTell Us the News. Friday ers & Patteson. Hco MafHoTavlnr. who has hpen The Fair Grounds and track are beOne of the most difficult of the edon an extended visit to Chicago and good condition for the Elkhart, II'., returned home Saturday itor's jobs is to get facts about births, ing put in marriages and deaths. People seem coming meet which will open August evening. t we ought to know these 17 Re- - to think Mr W. A. Hunter, Louisville, things by intuition. If nob that, the publican candidate for State Treas-- birth, marriage or death is of such imRugby. urer, was here, meeting friends list portance in the immediate family week. that it is presumed the editor will be ' Burr Brake, of Cumberla; d Mr G. W. Staples, who has been informed by some wireless or just employed at Lexington, is at home,' grow into the information. Then, county, visited at James Roup's and is now running a boarding house j when the paper comes out, and no mention is made of the event, the ed- last week. Mr. S. N. Hancock and his little is running a good for Prof. F. A. Strange visited at daughter, Wahnita, started on their itor blamed not not newspaper or gettingall the news. K". M., Elida, homeward journey, people Glen3fork last Sunday. j Remember there a good many Monday morning. county. If the editor knew in this J. E. and James Ross)n trans; Dorothy, a little daughter of Mr. j each of them by name, besides their sfc and Mrs. W. L. Baker, Monticello, is family history and the chief events in acted business at Columbia visiting her grandfather, juage i. the lives of every individual, he Saturday. C Baker, uncle and aunts. wouldn't be an editor. He'd be a Every one talk up the pike resting his feet on a cloud who spent demi-god- , ' Miss Mary Chandler, weeks with relatives and and sipping ambrosia instead of in- and try to vote for bonding the four friends in Logan, Hart and Green habiting a broken down office chair county for good roads. and wondering where the money for counties, returned home last week. the next white paper bill is to come Misses Sadie Flatt, Zorada Miss Jennie Garnett left last Thurs- from. Roach, of Toria; Terre Hayes, day morning, to visit her sister, Mrs Mo. Fredericktown, J. P. Scruggs, Bertha Page, of Sparksville, Don'i Forget. She will be absent all summer. Mamie Bean and Mrs. Vida Bean Mr. Paul Hughes, who has been on othThat we have Fencing Post for sale of Rugby, visited Mrs., Flora a business trip to Cynthiana and State, at 5c. each at Casey Jones Store. Rosson last week. er towns in that part of the 38 2t returned home last Friday night. A still born haby was born to Reed. Shel ton, who Born, to the wife of Oliver Pelley, Mr. and Mrs. Bohannon last Maryville, July 25th, a daughter. Mother aud Mrs. Blucher were recently married at Thursweek. The mother is doing as baby doing well. Tenu .arrived in Columbia last at the day night. They are stopping well as could be expected. ' Born to the wife of Albert JL. MilMr. Sheltons uncle, Mr. E. home of Mrs. Becky Woo.ten, the wift ler, July 24, a girl. W Reed. Personals. e, BARKSDALE HAMLETT WILL BE THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SECRETARY OF STATED Barksdale Hamlett, of Christian and mechanical arts, is a recognized! County, the leading candidate for the guide for the conduct of the schools Democratic nomination forTSecretary not only of Kentucky, but for many of -'- ring-necke- d son-in-la- -- ( j j ( I , ( ! en months' school term, with a per He has accomplished the establishcapita of $5 25, an increase of 75c ment of county high schools accessibly located in every county in Kenover last year. The establishment of a seven tucky. He has stood for and promoted themonths' school term with the increase of the teachers' salaries, and without employment of and accomplished for an increase of taxation, is the greatest .the schools of Kentucky the serviceseducational achievement in the history i of teachers of the highest scholarship of Kentucky, as well as the greatest character and personality. Under his administration of the pubfinancial achievement. The man has lic school system of Kentucky, there taken rank as an expert a wizard of 11 of finance among the leaders of the has been a vital Commonwealth factors looking to the improvement industrial conditions When he went into office four years ago, there was a deficit of sevHe has lent his best efforts to the eral hundred thousand dollars in the building of good roads and to securtreasury of the school fund. . He re- ing the consolidation of schc - w - -V adjusted completely the system of ever and whenever practi "t? school finance in such a way as to thf greatest good might In aeco.r- .pay off the deficit: to increase the per pliohed at the least possible co-- l from $4 00 to $5 25, to pay the the people. teachers promptly every month a j One of the chief functions o' ' s thing never done before in the his- - office of Secretary of State is ueiu tory of Kentucky; and to accomplish bership on the State Hoard' of Educa-t- he end for which he has labored for tion. In this capacity he will years, that of giving to the tinue to give his best efforts and serv people of Kentucky a permanently es- ices to the causo of education. As a member of the State Board of tablished school system with a term Valuations and Assessments, as as. of seven months. While State Superintendent of Pub- member of the Sinking Fund Comlic Instruction, he has established new mission, and as a member of the Stats precedents, serving personally as a Printing Commission, Mr. Hamlett- ' leader in the field. He has given to will serve the people and conserve-thpeople of Kentucky a school free their finances as he has done in the and accessible to every child, in management of the school funds of every rural district in Kentucky. His the State, and if the people will elect personal leadership ha brought about! others like him on these boards, Ken- improved facilities in the office of tucky will soon be out of debt and every County Superintendent in Ken- her finances be in a most prosperous condition. tucky. A young man at the age of thirty0He secured a rational and effective compulsory attendance school law, by six, having served faithfully for four which the attendance in the public years in one of the most important schools of Kentucky has increased positions of trust in the gift of the more than 35 per cent, placing Ken- - people of Kentucky, he now seeks in th oie'nost ranks of the endorsement of his party if the peo-- atates o: lor educational ana ;pie ininK ne nas serveu mem wen. his record has been good, if his sen-iceindustrial prog-eshave been worth anything to the The Course or Study prepared by Mr. Hamlett as Superintendent of State of Kentucky, then the people oC Public Instruction, embracing the ele- Kentucky will certainly elect him Secments of agriculture, domestic science retary of State. ! con-eighteen e State, declares for Kentucky a sev- other States - i j the-tuck- r s s. Adv. f Rev. Billy Woo ten, died at Mrs. Milliard Janes, her daugh- er,' with a complication of diseases. She was buried Friday at Antioch. She is survived by her husband and four children. a ciiLVs threat cures pes. A few drops in the drink She was known by all as aunt ,i water Ciires and prevents". diarrhoea, cholera and other Becky and had a host of friends. chick diseases. One 5Cc bottler mates 12 caUflns-o- medicine. mail postpaid. . Uncle Billy is and Valuable poultry book free. BODRB- HEME0T CO.. IEI1VGT0H, vill not survive her long. There is twin girls at Odis An infant child of Mr. ajicL. t McGinnis. Mother and two girls Add Irvine died at au'lWffn. caw M.s. an la MMtXlrr cf Bourbon Poultry Cure feeble-minde- d P- K . doing well. last week. -- ay THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS H(nUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!II!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII9IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi Sfe" ri 1 11111 Is Tuberculosis Curable? 11 111111111111111 111111111111111111 1 I SNAPSHOTS AT NOTABLE PERSONS General Carlo Caneva, Famous Italian Leader. POPULAR MECHANICS FOR A NEW STOMACH Reclaiming Old Gold. To sell scrap gold to the United States mint it must be reduced to almost pure gold or about 24 carat says the Keystone. Melt the junk and roll it into very thin sheets. Place them in a bowl, so that the pieces will not lie together and pour chemically pure nitric acid over them. This will separate the gold from the base metal, the latter being dissolved and the gold forming a powder on the bottom of the vessel. After this powder has formed pour off the acid, put water into the vessel, and shake well, after which allow it to settle, then pour off the water. Itepeat this washing several times to clean the powder of acid. Allow the powder to dry, and put it in a crucible with "some flux pearlash or bicarbonate of soda. Melt it into a lump in the bottom of the crucible. This will be almost fine gold, but not absolutely pure. While melting, be careful not to inhale the fumes, as the remaining acid that cannot be washed out is very injurious to the lungs. multi-millionair- es $.1,000,000.00 a man who ruined his digestion in the pursuit of wealth stated that he would pay a million dollars for a new stomach. But, while surgeons have become very skillful in performing operations that were once considered impossible, nobody has stepped forward and offered to sell his stomach to that millionaire. Your stomach 13 worth more than a million dollars to you. It is LIFE to you. i This millionaire's stomach is so ruined by abuse that it can never be made "as good a3 new" by any medicine. But YOUR stomach, if properly aided NOW can be restored to it3 normal condition. If YOU suffer from indigestion, "heartburn," gas in stomach, foul breath, sense of fullness after eating, sour stomach, and will act NOW instead of delaying longer, you can get PROMPT relief. It is said that one of America's best known 111111111111 1 1 1 111111111 1 1111111 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iF I VERY onco in a while people will ask "Do you really think consumption can be cured? ; and then, when tney are tola that thousands of cases all over the world bear witness to xue. iact or the cura unity or this disease, xney wonaer wny several friends and relatives, who died with tuberculosis, were itheir 'riot cufea. Tuberculosis is curable, but not everyone is cured, and not everyone can be cured. The chief reason why more consumptives are not cufced js because they have waited too long before they heeded the warning danger signals of the disease, or because some idoctor to whom they went did not recognize this deadly plague. In lits early stages, consumption can be cured, and the patient can generally resume his normal life within a period ranging from six imonths to two years, depending on circumstances. As high a percentage of actual recoveries from tuberculosis may be found in Ireally early cases who follow ihe right course of treatment as in almost any other infectious disease. What, then, is the right course of treatment? This article can-jjiprescribe for individual cases, but it .can and will tell what are the essentials in talcing the cure for tuberculosis. .First of all, there is a good doctor on whom you can rely and jWhose advice and inspiration is most valuable to you. He will not give you much medicine, because there isn't any drug or "cure" Ithat he can prescribe that will do more than to relieve some immediate symptoms, such as constipation, cough, headache, etc. If your doctor begins to talk of a "marvelous remedy" which will cure you, it is time you looked for another physician. That man is ,more than likely a quack and is simply after your money. There is jno sure or quick "cure" or remedy for tuberculosis that you can 'buy at a drugstore or that a doctor can give you. The second essential in the cure of tuberculosis is fresh air. To the healty person the best tonic is fresh air at work, at play, and during sleep. To the consumptive, however, air is medicine. He must take it in as large doses as he can, the more the better. 11 may not be easy for one who has been accustomed to indoor work to sleep and live outdoors, but since fresh air is vital, he must accustom himself to being outside all he can. At sanatoria for the treatment of tuberculosis, patients are out of doors on porches or elsewhere almost all the time. If one is at home, he can with a little ingenuity arrange devices for outdoor sleeping and sitting. The National rt uberculosis Association, 105 East 22nd Street, New York, will send free of charge to anyone a booklet entitled: "Directions for Living and Sleeping in the Open Air.' The next essential in the cure of tuberculosis is rest. Like fresh air. rest must be taken as a medicine by the consumptime. The reason for rest is evident, when you stop to think the way the germs of tuberculosis work. As they destroy the tissues of the lungs or other parts of the body, they make a wound or a cavity. Tltis wound, like a cut on your finger, will not heal if it is being opened all the time. To keep the lungs as quiet as possible, rest in bed, or in a reclining chair is absolutely necessary. The dose of rest you take will depend on your doctor's advice. He will tell you when you can get out of bed and when you can exercise and how much. But first and foremost you must learn to rest, in order to give the lungs a chance to heal. Besides a good doctor, fresh air and rest, the cure for tuberculosis requires good, wholesome food. In normal health, food of the right kind is very necessary, but in tuberculosis it is doubly important. Food is the fuel which heats the body and gives it its energy or you might almost say "steam." In tuberculosis one must pay special attention to food, because he has to provide fuel not only for the ordinary functions of the body, but he must pro-ind- e an additional supply to meet the waste and damage done by the 'germs of the disease. This doesn't mean that you must be continually stuffing yourself, for if you do that you will upset your stomach, bowels, and liver, and you will counteract all the good the food might do. Neither does it mean that you must eat just one Qr two lands of food, such as milk and eggs, which some people think are a cure for tuberculosis. They are excellent foods for people who can eat and digest them readily, and every consumptive should try to acquire an appetite for them. But meat and potatoes and bread and butter and good vegetables and almost any other nourishing, svholesome food in plenty of variety are needed also. Don't rely ,on tid-bit- s and sweets, but stoke your body furnace with food-fuwill, keep it running in the best possible order. Your doctor is that the best one to advise on foods. And, finally, a last essential in the cure of tuberculosis may be summed up in these words: "Don't worry." Keep a hopeful state of mind. If you give up and say "It's no use," you will never get 'well, no matter how patiently you follow the other essentials of ,a cure. Getting well depends for the most part on you. Backbone, hopefulness and courage will do more for you than all the doctors in the world. Just a word as to where to take the cure. If you can go to a sanatorium, do so. There are not enough sanatoria for everyone, however. So you may have to stay at home and fight alone. Remember, tuberculosis can be cured if you take it in time and do E DR. THACHER'S ot Liver and Blood Syrup er artistic merit. The latter vibrates so evenly throughout, when actuated by the proper degree of energy, that a true fundamental tone results, with just euough of the o:tave to impart brilliancy, of the fifth to impart timPhoto by American Press Association. bre and of the third and sixth to imWhile the king of Italy, under the part richness, and will be amplified by Italian constitution, Is the commander the sounding board. in chief of the military forces, it Is not likely that he will assume controi of Hammer For Sheet Metal. any of his troops operating on the An extremely useful tool to have frontier. The invasion of Austria is being directed by Count around a garhge is a soft faced hamOne Luigi Cadorua. chief of staff, and Gen- mer, says Popular Mechanics. eral Carlo Caneva. the latter the only made up as shown In the illustration general on" the rolls of the Italian Is especially adapted for use in straightanny. The highest rank hold by any ening bent mudguards, hoods and other officer in the Italian army is bodies on automobiles and for all that of terent generale. or lieutenant metal work having enameled surfaces general, but whenever a lieutenant general has served hi command of an Italian army during hostilities he is elevated to the rank of "general of the array.'' This rank came to General Caneva as a result of the fact that he commanded the Italian forces in Tripoli in war of 1011. Italy the Italian-Turkis- h sent an army of invasion to Tripoli In IRON WIRE'l'Egllff September of that year. Throughout the Tripolitan campaign Caneva had U -- i i?- full charge of the military operations. General Caneva. who Is seventy years HAMMEIt WITH PADDED FACE. old, Is described as a man of strong character and great military ability. that must not be marred. The hamThe plan of campaign now being put mer is similar to a wood mallet, but into execution has been worked out in the head Is provided with a pad of detail under the direction of General felt, made up of a series of small cirCadorna, chief of staff; General Porro, cular pieces and covered with a larger subchief of staff, and General Caneva. piece held In place by means of a soft Iron wire wound aTound in a small groove, as shown. The Regent of Italy. Observers at the front say that the Italian soldiers are the gayest of any To Hold a Cap Screw. fighting in the European conflagration. Various methods have been employed The presence of King Victor Emmanuel to keep the ordinary cap screws or tap on the battle line has been an Inspira- bolts in place, but one that can be tion and the fraternal relations that worked without preparation or expense exists between officers and men are is as follows: A split washer, now so cemented by their mutual risks and familiar to the automobile trade, Is gayety. As soon as the declaration of put under the head before screwing It war was published the king left for down. These washers are made of special spring steel, split and given a twist, then tempered. The twist, when flattened out, puts a constant tension on the cap screw and in many cases will be the means of keeping a screw tight, just as is keeps a nut tight-It- s your part. cheapness and general availability NOTE This Is the Last of a Series of Five Articles Prepared by The make it a valusle aid. Popular MeNational Association Cor the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, Now chanics. Aus-tro-Itall- au will set your stomach right, and do it quickly. It will stimulate and regulate your liver, which supplies bile to the stomach. It will thus provide the stomach with JUST WHAT IT NEEDS in order to do its wonderful work of digestion more perfectly. It will lubricate your bowels, and cause them to move naturally and gently. It will get your whole direstivc "Workshop" into Modern Piano Wire. working order, cleanse it, oil up the "machinSupplanting the hard, high tension ery," strengthen it and you'll be AMAZED strand of old, the piano wire In de- by the change. Your appetite will improve. Food will mand today for the highest grade instruments is tough and fibrous and of taste GOOD to you. There will be no more absolute uniformity, and when cut it discomfort or pains. You'll feel STRONGER. worth the living. shows a clean, white steel, says the Life will be better give your stomach the reDO IT NOW Scientific American. The piano makers lief it is calling for, beforeyou are like the have, by actual test, been brought to millionaire, whose stomach is now BEYOND see that the softer wire has the great- REPAIR. Dealers sell 50c and S1.00 bottles. THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY; Chattanooga, Tennessee. O For Sale by Paul Drug Co. Insulted. "Why did you strike this man?" asked the court. "He told me to use my head," pleaded the prisoner. "Well, that's no crime, is It?" "But, your honor. I was crushing stone at the time." Buffalo Express. Suspicious. Mrs. Bilton I think you're the dearest, siveetest man that ever was! Bilton (suspiciously) Were you at some millinery opening today? Judge. Sick headache, biliousness, pile3 and bad breath are usually causect by inactive bowels. Get a box of Rexall Orderlies. They act gently and effectively. Sold only by us at 10 cents. PauII Drug Co. A Daxk Hour Friend. Jimson Oh, yes; I knew old Simson. He was a good sort. He did a very kind action once for me when the clouds were dark and threatening and the world looked so black, rimson What did he do? Jimson He lent me an umbrella. Boston Globe. m$k tF UWAnW Safety First at Sea. In nautical parlance the phrase "The three Ts" means "lead, latitude and lookout." these beinu the chief three things to be considered- in keeping n ship from running aground. - el but that indigestion and the distressed There Is No Question i feeling which always goes with it caa be promptly relieved by taking a before and after each meal. 25c a box. PauII Drug Co. pojaAoo Jg22 nn Dvsaeasia Tablet pcaq J9u puu sotioopo'i eti r33iw jsnfl paq oj ouoa pci; oua ijj3 ami! oifl ng oos pip aoq oip 33.n oqi ur pnjjju luoqi jo auo 33JtU He ;jBoop Sou. puc u j van no.C rcji York City, :Q:- - Rained Pitchforks. "Did you ever see it rain pitchforks A Hint For Auto Drivers. here?" asked the city man in the counThe forward gear on an automobile try. should never be engaged after revers"Sure," replied the farmer. "My ing until the car is practically standneighbors gave me a pitchfork 'show- ing still. Yonkers er" when I was married." During the king's absence . Statesman. Xrls uncle, the Duke of Genoa, acts as regent of the kingdom. Johnnie's Joke. The Duko of Genoa is the brother of "Pa, does the sun ever rise in the the Dowacer Queen Marguerite. He west?"' was educated at Harrow, England, and "Certainly not. my son." speaks English like a native. On leav"How dark it must always be out ing school he entered the Italian navy there." Boston Transcript and on several occasions visited the United States on board Italjan warOne example is worth a thousand ar- ships. Before he retired from the navy guments. Gladstone. he became a full admiral and ranking officer of the fleet, a post now held by A Strict Party Man. "Do you promise to love, honor and his nephew, the Duke of the Abruzzi. It is said that the Duke of Genoa cares cherish this woman?" "Yes," said the politician. "What- nothing for the privileges of the office ever the platform is, I subscribe to it" he has assumed, preferring to remain at Turin with his Bavarian wife and Louisville Courier-Journahis six children. His father was a brother of old King Victor Emmanuel Expansive. "Jiggs has a very wide acquaint- IL, and his mother was Princess Elizabeth of Saxony. The Duke of Genoa ance." is said to be very democratic and sim; "I know it. I saw him on the street "with her the other night." Buffalo Ex- - ple natured. At one time he was considered In line for the Italian throne. l. Hot Spark foor Motorcycle. A motorcycle Gsing a battery will give a much bcfc&r spark by the following method: Turn the motor so that the cam lifsTtbS spring. Adjust the contact screw to Bake a firm but light contact. Ifarri lhe cam out of punoj pjoiv spuoq Jjoqi c ) ,3 v.oq '"JJ2. 'punoja am u oioiu ai,j pity aoq sm u puoj oqj uatti aqj tjstj sm puv pjjq aqj pny qj passrJ puy ..Jiutibg 40UBUJ JIJJ S,.lDAOlBtL .ic-.li- jasnoq c uj j;jbp jo esnom am prcs ..'pr&zjv,. oi oi arou the way and tend he commutator spring so that tfce brtotk between conof a busitacts is about tfea ness card. Thla will iive the hottest spark with leas battvy consumption. thJ-kne- ss Nearly all &v$ ai ten gallon cans nly the regular containing oils iav handle for carrying purposes, and to pour the contents fTn such a can is not an agreeaftle tb?g to do, as one grasp the hand must bft used which is asuaU covered with oil Photo by American Press Association. and dirt. A fcop of ope placed about DURE OP GENOA. the lower eni of the. can will prevent To Sail Around the Globe. soiling the hnds aW also aid Jn the The nonmagnetic yacht Carnegie lifting. started March G on her fourth cruise, which is expected to continue for two To Peel Beets. years. During the period November, easy way to skin a beet without An 1915, to March, 191G, an attempt will bleeding it and causing it to lose color be made to circumnavigate the globe is to put it in cold water as soon as between parallels GO and s65 degrees it is cooked. Then draw the hand gentsouth latitude. ly, down each one and the skin will drop o!T without trouble. 6ot-to-- Pouring Ob Fro-- . Large Cans. will relieve your indigestion. Many people in this town have used them and we have yet to hear of a case where a. they have failed. We know the Sold only by us 25c a box. PauII Drug Co. for-nul- fcs one-ha- lf Cherry Tapioca. ctfpful of tapioca In. a little cold water overnight In the morning simmer until clear. Into thia stir one cupful of stoned cherries. Sweeten to taste or use one cupful of canned cherries. Cool. Place on the Ice and serve very cold with whipped cream sweetened and flavored, with va nilla. Soak Often children do not let parents Irnow thev are constinated.' Tbev fear some-""tningdistastcfvJ.Tl'ey wiUlike Bexall like sugar. Sold only by us, 10 cents, PauII Drue Co, 5 Watch Your Children 9 THE ADAIR COUNTYSNEWS 'Kentucky Fair Date UT STOMACH TROUBLE FOR THE STORY OF HENRY W. DEPP, DEESTTISTI FIVE YEARS I decided 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: Harrodsburg, Jufy 27 i days Winchester, July 23 i days Blue Grass- Fair, Lexington, Aug. days days. Taylorsville, Aug. Burkesville, Aug. 104 days. Yanceburg, Aug. 114 days. Broadhead, Aug. 113 days Perryville, Aug. 113 days Fern Creek, Aug. 114 days Fair, Aug. 11 Sanders, 4 days Shepherdsyilie, Aug. 17 4 days Lawrenceburg, Aug. 17 4 days Columbia, Aug. 174 days Stanford, Aug. 183 days Eminence," Aug. 193 days Ewing, Aug. 193 days London, Aug. 24 i days Kicholasville, Aug. 243 days Elizabethtown, Aug. 243 days Shelbyville, Aug. 244 days Germantown Aug. 25 4 days Florence, Aug. 263 days Alexandria, Aug. 315 days Somerset, Aug. 314 days days Grayson, Sept. days Barbourville, Sept. days Hodgenville, Sept. 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. - SANDY O'NEILL Friend of Poor Though Lacking Public Spirit. Am permanently located in Co. lumbia. All Classes of Dental work done. Crow Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. Hughes Would Die, But Oae Helped Him to Recovery. any confidence in I to take his advice, although I did not have it Black-Draug- have now been taking ht for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since Pomeroytoa, Ky. In interesting adI I began using it. for what Black-Draug- am so thankful ht Thedford's has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable .medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. He advised me to try would die. Get a package today. Thedford's and quit Only a quarter. j Black-Draug- ht Black-Draught, vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "I was down with has done for me." Special Notice ! Woodson Lewis Qreensburg, Ky. Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence seeded with the wheat or oats in A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick the spring are so great that it and satisfactory fence. not afford to conwe NOTE THE PRICE. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c seems can tinue the practice. Speaking of the "ups and downs" of life I don't know but that a commercial traveler sees as many of them as any one. " Sitting in the reading room of a hotel one cold winter evening I noticed an old, badly dressed man come In, look about him as if not knowing exactly what to do, warm his hands by the fire, then turn and go out There was something in his appearance that interested me. He seemed like a man who had a history. I followed him from the room in time to see him go out into the cold. I asked the landlord about him, and he told me the old man's story. "Sandy O'Neill when a young man was the pet of the village, or, rather, the village was Sandy's pet Some used to call him maudlin over other people's troubles, but those to whom he gave his sympathy were of no such mind and loved him as he deserved to be loved. Sandy's only trouble was that he had no means with which to make people happy. He never met a child that he didn't run through his pockets to find a cent for candy, and when he failed to find one would often lead his little protege to a shop and provide the sweets 'on tick. But Sandy's great charm was a cheerfulness that communicated itself to others and was a relish to those in distress. "Sandy had more in him than people suspected. He never could become prosperous by ordinary methods, for he would give money faster than he could possibly make it His only chance How to Grow Red Clover. was to make it all at once. This he did. A stranger came to town, took a fancy to him and Induced him to go with him to the copper Lake SuThe difficulties in the way of perior. There Sandymines of possessed became securing a stand of red clover of an embryo mine, which proved of great value, and he found himself a 26 Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty, All 34 Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store J. B. Tri-Count- y Stone J. H. Stone Stone IJ & Stone, Attoney-At-La- w Will pradu'cejin this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, -- : Kentucky 14 13 73 75 Vstefinatiy Savgeoo and Dentl&t ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHONE NO. 7U Residence Phone-1- e, B Business Pho el3j 46 64 DR. J. N. MURRELL IDENTIST Office, Front rooms 'm Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. papers millionaire. "One day ten years after Sandy had left the town one of our morning Columbia, - Kentucky" " " " 7 8 " 6 6 9 6 8 9 9 " " ' " " " " " " 26 32 32 39 39 " " " 9 " " " " "" "" "" "" "" " 18c a former resident of this city, arrived yesterday on a visit to the place of his It The experience of the four birth.' had was more than a visit, for Sandy come to stay. Experiment Stations, as well as "In view of Sandy's past charitable disposition, it was generally admitted as great many farmers located that he would do a great deal with his O'Neill, the distinguished copper king, announced that 'Alexander Notice to the Public General BlacKsmithlng Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Seeds attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and " 20c " 18c " 22c " 20c Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. through Western Kentucky, shows that the best time to sow this crop is in the late summer or early fall, without a nurse crop, instead of in the spring witn wheat or oats. The following method of preparation has been shown to be successful: As soon as the wheat or oats are harvested disk the land, then plow it. Keep the field well worked down during the summer, making a good seed bed, Before seeding time apply two to four hundred pounds of acid of phosphate per acre and work into it the soil. Between August 20th and September 5th sow eight pounds of clean clover seed per acre. The splendid clover that can be grown in this way will be astonishing. The next year clover will be found to be as large, if not larger than if sown the spring before. Every farmer in western Kentucky should try a few acres in this way. Be sure to put on the acid phosphate. See your dealer in time and have him secure clover seed for this fall sowing for you. Beauty More Than Skin Deep. A beautiful woman always has good digestion. If your digestion is faulty, Chamberlain's Tablets will do you good. For sale by Puall Drug Co. Ad. Buynow before the advance. We have 30,000 rods subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as to Quality and Price. A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated ThornhiH Wagons. 'Satisfaction, or your money back." Cloth-in- g, Don't'forget our immense stock of Shoes and both at old prices. Wc r have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything ) Salt.Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Lime for this month, only 90c. Surveying C. ' D. Crenshaw SURGEON J VETERINARY R Land Owners Attention. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e years Swm Special ""Zmf- - ifnWjif experience: Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or Attnetin to Eyes write T. C. Faulkner,! Colombia, Kf. Spavin or any surFiatulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at xairprices. 1 am irell fixed to take care of stock. Mon due when work is done or stock removed irom stables. LICATI0N-NE- pv.hMr recepwealth for the towi tion was accorded liiin. m u;i by the first citizens. I noticed one man's name on the reception committee whom I had heard speak of Sandy O'Neill as "maudlin over other people's troubles.' The organizers of the testimonial were all interested in property and enterprises which they hoped would be benefited by the copper king. The greeting of thoso whom he had befriended was different They welcomed him with smiles at his good fortune, with tears at remembering his past kindnesses. "Sandy got through the reception as best he could and put It behind him as something not pleasant He went about just as he used to, sympathizing with his friends, only now when he left them there was something substantial in their hands to mark his visit He did nothing for the town, only for the people. For ose he put a new roof on his house, for another paid off a mortgage, for another bought a cow that the children might have plenty of milk. Wherever he found a sick person he sent the doctor nnd provided comforts. And everywhere that Sandy went he gave as much comfort with his kindly, cheery words as with his money. "But when those who had no need for Sandy's small benefits found that he would do nothing 'for the town,' when he had refused to take an interest in a park which was intended to d bolster a real estate speculation, a that was to connect tho place with a neighboring city, a dam to furnish, water power, they turned against him. When he had first returned he was 'Alexander O'Neill, the distinguished copper king.' He had not been In town long before the first citizens spoke of him as 'Sandy O'Neill, the man with no public spirit whatever.' ,fWell, for years Sandy pursued the occupation he had chosen of giving away his money.- Then came a great commercial crisis, and the small balance that was left to him disappeared. Sandy was without a cent By this time he had dropped from among the first citizens, and his loss made not a ripple in that part of the community. It was a long while before it was known among those he had befriended that he was in want but when they heard it they swarmed about him, those, who had savings offering to share them with him and those who had not saying through tears, 'God bless you, Mr. O'Neill, and give you back your fortunal rail-roa- satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot1 PHONE NO.I75 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER PAXJIJL, DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHOSE 39. OFFICE PHON1 TIN WORKI am "Work, - prepared to do any kind of Tin Eooflng, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Fumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythin6in my line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. S. E. Bridgwaters, The State School Superintendent of Oklahoma is to speak in Kentucky in aid of the moon- light schools for adult illiterates. Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment 'Last winter I used Chamberlain's Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiffness and soreness of the knees, and can conscientiously say that I neyer used anything that did me so much AK El I0CIES' INIUKKSYILLE IESIIENCE STIEET. A man can be patient with any good." Edward Craft, Elba, N.Y woman, but the one bs is mar- For sale by aull Drug Co. AL ried to . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyvilje: G ?The Additional ROBERT Locals. CANDIDATE GLAD SHE TOOK HEALTH OFFICER'S BY "U. COLUMN. EDWARDS FIGHTING TAYLOR. POLITICAL MACHINES'. Lou-.-isvil- le from a gentleman who has beentrav X James P. Edwards, of Louisville. ehug through the South, anttUvTll fur- candidate for the Democratic nominanish you au article better than I can tion for Lieutenant Governor, is enwrite m)self The piece Is.. headed gaged with A. O. Stanley in a- fight against two political machines, one in v sick for the past week. The South. the State and one in the city of Lou(The New Era ) No one could take a trip through isville, both of which have only one Mrs. Joel Rodgers and daughKy., July 2G. Many Louisville, Robert L Greene is so well and fav women suffer from sluggishness and the Southern portion of our country object in view, the defeat of Stanley Roachville, spent a few orably known throughout the State dunrpssinn for the nomination for Governor and ter, of wif.hntit. hAinir ah! tn find and not be impressed with the ad- - that of Judge Edwards for the nomidays with their friends in our that he hardly needs an introduction relief from a condition which they i vanceme"L that is either being made, nation for Lieutenant Governor. In to the Democratic voters of Kentucky know to be unnatural One of them , or abuc t0 be made a11 over that fa' certain sections of the State the Haly .city last week. "Bob" Greene, as he is popularly who did find relief is Mrs. Catherine . vor?d secc,on' m matters Pertaining to organization is supporting one candiand in the ''Austin Wilmore was at Greens-Ib'ur- g known, is the present efficient and Meyer, of 1915 High street, this city sanitation or better health conditions date for Governor candidate is city of receivLouisville another As in every other section of the painstakiug Clerk of the Court of Ap She said recently that she had recoving the support. In order tq overthrow last Friday. peals, and if he is nominated and ered from a condition of nervous de- country, one finds the bright spots the Haly dynast at Frankfort and re'"R. W. Shirley, of Milltown, elected to the office of Auditor will, bility through the use of Tanlac, thu and the dull spots. On our hurried deem the Democracy of the State Mr. trip we imagined that we saw the Stanley has asked his friends throughwe have no doubt, give the spent last JViday with uncle Kentucky the same careful peeple of peeruss preparation. out the State who are supporting him service and felt tired if I bright spots somewhat brighter than for Governor to make the same fight "I was Yates and daughter. Charlie that they now receive from him. made the least exertion," she said "I in otiier sections, and some of the dull in behalf of Judge Edwards for the The Auditor is an ex offico member was melancholy and nervous. Any spots were perhaps a little duller. nomination for Lieutenant Governor. W. B. Hill and E C. Keen left In the race for Lieutenant Governor of the Board of Assessment and Val- unusual noise startled me. My diges- But the sentiment found every where ago Judge Edwards carried :for Louisville last Friday where uation and of the Sinking Fund Com- tion was poor, and I couldn't sleep is for better work, aud more sys- four yearsCongressional which the Fifth tematic effort. Tne South has a is made up of the citydistrict, of Louisville they will take a few weeks va mission, and it is safe to say that with well. Bob" Greene on these boards the in "Finally I became interested in different problem to work out than and Jefferson county, over E. J. cation. They motored through terests of all the people will be faith by more than 5,000 votes, and Taulac aud sent to the drug store for has the East or the Middle West. it fully looked after; for the dcctrine of a bottle ol it. As soon as I began The climate is different, the housing on Is claimed that with Judge Edwards J, A Hill and wife, of Colum the ticket with Mr. Stanley this problem is different, the labor probequal rights to all and special privilatter will be given a pluralfeia, visited their parents here leges to none has ever bean one of his taking it I got better. Now I sleep lem is different, and even the habits year the his opponents in ity over that district. soundly, and have recovered from my of the people are different All these For the purpose of letting his friends cardinal principles Sunday. nervousness and depression." over the State know his position so Without disparaging the claims of Mrs. Meyer's experience is not un- things are enough different that the C. Hill spent last Sa :urday the opponents of Mr. Greene for the usual. Women often suffer from a question of sanitation will have to be far as the isnomination for Lieutenant W. Governor concerned, Mr. Stanley, the Henderson night and Sunday at Sparksville, office he is seeking, it must be ad- tired, sluggish feeling without know- worxed out by the people of that sec- in an interview with his home town, mitted that the people of Kentucky ing the why of it. They are often tion themselves. Methods that would Gleaner, published in visiting Geo. Akin and family. in the East 'said: "On the State ticket I want to would make no mistake in nominating subject, too, to depression aud melan- beemineutlysuccessfulwould perhaps be impractical there. see the men who are working hard for pe Veston Holt .and wife,of.ftJames- - and .electing a man of his tj to the choly. Where Mrs Meyer found re But we have seen enough to know my success nominated and elected office, of, Auditor Ad with me. James P. Edwards, candilief, others may She is one of hun-- i town, visited their relatives here that Lieutenant Governor, will dreds who have given voluntary tes- soorl the South will by its own efforts, date for city of "' Louisville for me and ' become" one ol the healthiest and carry the School attendance. Sunday 3, few days of last week. timony to the value of Tanlac t - " in pther sections mostsanitary parts of the country. I want mytofriends much Taulac can now be had- in Colivmblai do as State for him as he 'Our people" are beginning to ThVtqpography of the country makes is doing for me in LouIsville.,r at the Page S"Taylor drug" store. . 125 it'jpossible, of the people Commenting on the combination o'f &ant rain again. Wer ar neTe7 ? ' Adv. 87 ' Stanley and Edwards the Gleaner; said: 2ft makes sUc6eis assured l ' satisfied with the weather. "71 Col. Bob Greene; was in the office Tlie wctK 'is wlfi started.' There "Judge Edwards is one of the most jprominent men in Louisville, .and the -- 39 last Saturday? and: while his: name; are more 'rwlioletime,,,'health officers class of men he is gatherings around Mrs. Cora Black and two sons, in'some of these states than can be .him will carry every vote not conwas as familiac as our owu.'it-was-th- e For Sale. , of Miami, visited their father first opportunity we had haxi to make1 ftfuud Anywhere else, there are cit: trolled by a police club or a ward heeler: I would not be surprised to see ;and family, his acquaintance He is making the lesas cfednarid sanitary "as can be Stanley get a substantial majority .In here ' Two marcs and colts'. " Both mares race for found inariy section of thricotfutfy: the city since Judge Edwards Is on State Auditor and we fees last week a few "days." - Adv. a in foal by Ball Chief. See. like that more officers like him would-b- cities "that have no sewer systeiri, or at? his ticket." least very inadequate ones, that are the thing that Jien ucky needs., Joe H. Harris Cleo Shirrell.who has been He says that he wants the place so above reproach. We had to go to We will furnish the Louisville Daily several weeks with his mothtr News reached here last Wednesday that he can audit Kentucky's- busi- South Carolina to see an Post from now until the 10th of Nov;at this place, left Saturday morn-rin- g that Mrs. Sidney Holt died a day or ness like it was his own, aud in view and above ground privy that is sanita- ember and the Adair County News, ry; until we had seen it, m common for the Green river section, two before at her home, near Esto, of the way in which he has handled with many other people who devote one year, for 51 50. We can not furRussell county She was a daughter his own offlcs of Clerk of the Court nish the Post where he will spend a few weeks of the late Francis McElroy. Her of Appeals, we have not a doubt but their time to sanitary problems, we at that price, to citizens of Columbia as the agent furnishes iishing and visiting his brother, husband has a wide acquaintance, he that he would do as he says. In a did not believe that a really sanitarv town subscribers. People living out having been in lumber business conversation with a gentleman the privy could be built and maintained. of Columbia, who want a daily paper before returning to his home at for a number of the. years. other day, he said that Mr Greene There is not very much contagious uucil after the election, can get the was a man who worms himself into a disease in evidence this season, and Post for a small sum by subscribing JLebanon. I keep on hands a full stock of piace in one s heart which is always tile problem is one of sanitation and with us. Call or send check or money n tin- coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep kept in reserve for him, no matter preventive work, rather than lessenMr. Lowe, the order. Remember that The News of existing cases. Boxes am Metallic Caskets, and nier of Gresham, was in our two hearses. PromptSteel night or how much time passad from one ing the number a line of railroad We will come to you one year and the service that meeting with him to another. He traveled along .midst last Friday and reports day. Residence Phone 29, office said that he remembered - him in had uniformly good depots; the build- .Daily Post until the 10th of November for $1.50 everything moving along nicely phone 93. Louisville when Bob Greene used to ings were of good construction and 1 is the evidence that the Irish buy papers from him, and that' no would have been more attractive were - A. ff TripteGt, in his section and business good Ad yr Columbia. Ky matter how brisKly he was .walking they kept clean. But they were very potato crop is. unusually large. A in his line, down the street he always had time much neglected; m fact, they were few 3ays ago Mr. L. C. Hiudman came Mrs. Rebecca Wooten, who was to stop and pat him on his little red not tit to be occupied eveu tempora 'over Tn town with au Irish potato viue. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Parson eighty years old, the wife of Rev. Wm. head and say something kind to him rily. As we journeyed from city to It came f ro.m Mr. J, N. Coffey'a gar3pent several days of last week Wooten, died in the Sparksville Aud what impressed itself most on the cit, travelers cautioned us against den, and was picked up after the hill Wednesday night. been dug' On the erstwhile newsboy was the fact that spending a night in this or that town, of potatoes-ha-d Visiting their relatives 'a'nrj Mr. Greene never called for the three because of 'undesirable hotel"- accom- vine and at Us jo juts were eight friends in Green county. Don't Forget. large as a guinea eggs. Nut cents change due out' of the "nickel 'he modations We "sought information ' purchased the paper with. We are' for such conditions, just as we have in a potato had sprouted at the time the Rev. Sanders, the well-knoglad that we met this man and the twenty other states, 'and "we were ex- vine was pulled. " To come to Casey Jones Store if you revivalist is holding a wonderful day was brighter for the ,'sunshine pecting, and did receive always and want a Porch Swing or Settee. that was left behind him. (The every where the answer that, t4It is Will .save you 40 per cent, on the meeting a few miles' below this t due to the difficulty of securing prop $1.00 ou slippers and shoes, at the Ad. Clinton Gazette ) 33ace. Up to this time there have erly qualified help." That answer is Bee Hive Shoe Storo. On Leatherwood Creek, this county, an excuse only, although it is general- 31-been over thirty professions and last Thursday morning, Luther Jesse, NOTICE OF ELECTION. ly believed to be correct. When one 'Jthe community in general great-sl- y 25 years old, died after an illness of Next Monday will be county court. hires a dozen men he can have his several weeks. A respectable number of people is exwork done the way he wants it done; revived. There is no telling pected in town, and those who know it is true of the when the services will break. At Lost. Several weeks ago, au Odd The voters of Rus&il County are factory, of the countingorhouse, of the themselves iudeoted to this office, are any other hotel vthis timethe services are being 'Fellows pin It is a pin of three large hereby notified that there will be held class of work. The lack of cleanli- requested to call and make payment. links. Will pay a liberal reward in Russell County, in the various pre ness is believed to be economy by There is a big expense attached to held in a tent. Miss Julia Eubank cincts thereof and at the regular vot- some; but so far as hotels is con- running a printing office and it is necessary Tf or us to collect outstanding Our old friend, Robert' Weth-SngtoWheat threshers have been busy for ing places therein, on the 21st day of cerned, at least it is the most ex- accounts Our bills must be paid on pensive thing n spoke the last ten days. The crop in Adair August, 1915, an election to take the suggested a imaginable. This has demand, hence we mast have our the new line of thought to county is not as large as last year, but sense of the qualified voters of Russell some health officers They are show- earnings. :man of this place formerly of the grain is said to be very good. County on the following question: ing hotel keepers, managers of picture 'Clementsvilie, who is now locat-- : House and lot for sale on Greensburg Are you in favor of issuing shows, grocers, butchers and others street. Call on J. E. Flowers. Don't Forget. ed at Columbia, spent last Satin bonds for the purpose of that it is a money making proposition f for them to ceep their piemises clean, urday night in our midst.' We building roads and bridges? That I am closing out Raincoats aj and properly ventilated. In other Bishop G.M. Slatthe.wjf, of J)ayton, All Legal voters of the county are en.'fwere all glad to see Robert and cost Casey Jones Store. words, the health officer is finding it Ohio, reached here last 'Thursday titled to vote at this election, which possible to help the Individual citrshake his hands and talk over 38-forenoon and nt 8 o'clock p. m , he will be held by the same officers that izen to increase his profits, and at the preached to a large- audience at the :the many pleasant hours with The following couples were married same time to place his department be- United "Brethren church. He is a hold the regular election. ilots of fun we had here last win- in Adair county recently: Fay NorGiven under my hand as Sheriff of fore the pubMc as the most important theologian of ability and iU hearers ter, We will be truly glad when man and Miss Dora A. Whited; Fred Russell County this 12th day of July of all the city departments. were delighted with his discourse. Denson and Miss Yestie Bailey. Perhaps the citizens of the South From here he went to Columbia, Tenn. the time comes around again fcr 1915. are more hampered in their work of The Adair County Produce Comhim to notify the people to bring W, L. Calhoun, Born, to the wife of OJfs McGinnis, sanitation, by the indifferent plumbpany, W. Peterson manager, has opened on the ISth iust , twin girls.. The Sheriff Russell County. ing than by any other one cause. their timber right on that they a house in Columbia and wants to buy Even in some of the larger cities the mother had been on a visit from home proare ready to receive it. Come eggs, chickens and other country work is carried on without system; and the children were born at a neighDon't Forget. duce. Receive at Norn's stand. .again Robert. responsibility is evaded, and thus bor's house before she reached her t own. what might be an important 3orn, to the wife of Eugene Remember that one of the best We are'stitl selling "Korker Brand sanitation becomes a menace. factor in NeverTennis Slippers at 50c. at Casey Jones The C. W. B. M. Auxiliary will theless, the work for better health ."Nell, on the 17th, a son. Moth-,e- t bands in Louisville will make the' Store. meet in the Christian Church,-- ; Tuesmusic for the Columbia Fair, begincondition is progressing rapidlj; it t and child doing nicely. day, August, 3, J915K at 3:30 o'clock, ning August 17. ' rr- -' has a large number of able men giving -i interesting program, Rev.L. W; Turner, of - Providence, their whole attention to it, and their with an One more issue of the News before Ky , is assisting Rev. Oscar Capshaw progress during the last few years has Nine days from the date of this paBorn, to the yvife of Crockett He- the primary. mper until the primary. been remarkable. in a series of, meetings abMiHtown. recently, ! run-down Mc-Derm- C Yates, of Portland, were in Subject to the Action Of the Demo- - Mrs. Catherine Meyers finds ocratic Voters in the August our midst last Friday. lief From Debility in Primary of 1915. L. C. Nell, Jr., has been quite Tanlac. weather has. been, very pleasant for the past few days. Messrs. Phate Davis and W. L - GREENE FOR STATE AUDITOR. FRIENDS' ADVICE Re- I have been so busy the last two or Lines Up With Stanley Against Haly Machine at Frankfort and the three weeks visiting schools that the Machine to Redeem the Dem- time to prepare my piece found me unocracy of Kentucky From Their prepared. I will therefore furnish a Clutches. piece for the present week, selected A -- Jst - W -- of-the - :, '' and-the"ivY- - - Thos.-jDowell,- " r ' e - out-of-do- or well-know- 5-- coun-try.ias- t, 4 - wn 33-2- tf n, well-know- $40,-000.- 00 35-t- -- 2t - 37-3- 38-2- : i,