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The Adair County news: August 18, 1915 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1915 ada1915081801_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: August 18, 1915 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1BIM' VOLUME XVIII To Meet wiw yiMimg 'imn -m 2 COLUMBIA, ADAIR .w. COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 18, 1915. NUMBER 42 at the Fair. old-ers- et Missionary Meeting. There was an all day missionary meeting at the Methodist church, this place, last Thursday. Mrs. A. L. Mell (nee Miss Lena Grissom,) of Eddyville, district organizer of the Louisville Conference, was present, and also Mrs. R L. Cowherd, of Campbellsville, who is the district Secretary. Mrs. Mell is thoroughly posted in Rained Out. s Announcement. John Anderson my Jo John is timely little poem to read, by a very the at fair time. The occasion brings many people together, and friends who have been separated for many moons come together, and talk over 0y gone days. If you will take a walk over the fair grounds during the you week, Advertisement. sitting under the shade of trees, and that they are talking of the days ui auiq ang bine," when at school, they swung their sweethearts, pretty girls, played mumble the v. attend. ed apple pealings and quiltings. Happy days never to be forgotten. But now their locks are era v. and nm "more or less troubled in mind. Their children, some have gone to try the realities of another world, while oth ers nave IOUnd hnmoo in rHctonfScates, and only occasionally a letter somes, to gladden the hearts of the - will sea niri mn i, " juu pass close to them you will dis-cov- er this woilrof the church and she made a number of interesting talks. Mrs. Cowherd, who also has her heart in the cause, spoke. Both ladies gave full accounts of the missionary work, the amount of money being raised for the foreign fields, etc. The meeting was not largely attended, but those who did put in an appearance, were very much enthused. Paper of Rock candy has been left at this office. The owner can call. watering place a heavy rain came up and they were forced .to turn back, the ground being too wet upon which to picnic. But they were not wholly outdone. Upon arriving at Columbia they motored to the Fair Grounds, and there did justice to an abundance of delightful edibles: Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Myers and son, Robert Page; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myers, Mr. W. A. Coffej and wife; Mr. H. T. Denver and wife; Mrs. M. E. Marcum, Mrs. A. D. Patteson. Mrs. Jo Russell and two sons; Mrs. Irvine Frazter, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Russell and two daughters: Misses Madge Roa- enfield, Edna Lewis, Annie Faulkner. Tuesday of last week Mr. and Mrs. Cards are out announcing the apSealed proposals addressed to the W. R. Myers gave the following par proaching marriage of Miss Annie Fiscal Court of Adair county at Coties a trip to Griffin Spring, but when Margaret Dixon, of Glasgow, to Mr. lumbia Kentucky, will be received up the autos got within one mile of the Wendell H. Fry, of Kansas City, Mo. to 12 o'clock noon Friday, the 10th The wedding will take place in Glasgow this (Wednesday) the 18th The intended bride is a daughter of Mrs. Ella Dixon, and a niece of Mrs. Bettie W. Butler, of this place. Miss Dixon has often visited Columbia, and is a favorite of the young people. The intended groom is the only child of the late Prof. W. H. Fry, who, for many years, was President of the Normal School. At present he is engaged in the railroad business. The couple will reside at Kansas City. day of September, 1915, for the improvement of the road leading from Columbia, 'the county seat of Adair county to Liberty, the county seat of Casey county, at which time said bids will be publicly opened and read. The road to be improved is in Adair countyJKentucky A single bid to be submitted for the whole work. Bids must be for work to be done in accordance with the plans and specifications approved by the Fiscal Comb of Adair County and the State Commission of Public roads, which plans and specifications and general drawing can be seen at the County Court Clerk's office of Adair County at Columbia Kentucky. The Fiscal Court of Adair County expressly reserves the right to reject any and ail bids. Before contracts are binding they must be approved by the Commissioner of Public Roads for the State of Kentucky. Each bid shall be accompanied by cash or a certified check payable at sight to the order of the treasurer of Adair county for ten per cent of the proposal, which check shall be held until the execution of the t. Before the contract is awarded, the successful bidder will be required to furnish a bond of eighteen thousand dollars for the faithful performance of the work in accordance with the aforesaid, plana .and specifications. All work to be done under the direction and supervision of the State Commission of Public Roads. This the 13th day of AugQst 1915. WALKER BRYANT, Clerk of the Adair County Court. eon-trac- The recent rain insures a large crowd for the fair this week. Arm Fractured. Mr. T. R. Stulfcs, of this place, who has been in the insurance busines at Nicholasville for two years, met with a very serious accident a few days ago. He was cranking an automobile and the crank kicked, "badly spraining his right arm. At first it was thought that his arm was broken. He was doing very nicely when last he wrote, saying that he would be at home in a few days. 5 good Horribly Burned. A Splendid Offer. voters of the county are en titled to vote at this election, which will be held by the same officers that Until further notice we will hold the regula'r election. furnish The Adair County News one Given under my hand as Sheriff of year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir Russell County this 12th day of July er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, one year, Farm and Fireside, semi 1915. monthly, one year; W. L Calhoun, year; and Household Sheriff Russell County. Journal, monthly, one year, all for i. Mr. J. O. Swing's many friends in S1.65. This is the best offer ever made Adair and adjoining counties will be by this office, and all who want readglad to learn that he is recovering ing matter should send their subscripfrom a recent attack of apoplexy, Progressive Ticket. Lawless lost his life. He was walking tions to this office at once. along the cliff, near Bluff Boom, his which he sustained while attending Tompkinsville. Mr. Ray For Governor. Fred J. Drexler. intention being to reach Greensburg court at Parlor Circle open every night this Montgomery, who was in Burkesville For Lieutenant Governor, J. R. andtake'the morning train. It was last week, was Jnformed while there week. ikridge. jast about day light, and he that Mr. Ew'ing' ..would be removed Secretary of State, Charles. Key- -. arid fell over the.cliffinto 'from Cured Overnight. . Constipation t Tompkinsville to his home irta i i ds. G'refen river., One of his arms were r is generally believed l General, few days. lb Allen D. broken-ariFor Attorney his skullterribly, crushed. f A ile. He laid in water., two. foot .deep six thaMt will he sometime before he easybowel fully recovefSfibufc it isr gratifyingi. tol and you epjoy a f e, State Auditor, J. F. Holteclaw. :hours before he was rescued.. - He was; movementynthe niornfng. No griping knowtnatfqis-chanees.tget. well are For State Treasurer, C. I. Groves. carried to one othe4iotelsin,town, 'is- - PodophyIlin'i(May gbdd'rHe was' interrogating a. wit fo. No other candidates,nomlnated. anddied'inajew'hours Jhereafter came; and nob Apple) ,$lb:oubthe gripe". nes3 the stroke Mr. Bay Montgomery. Democratic rafter-- ' a'speech, tas we jreported lasfrj correct?, tlw cause of Consttpatiorrbr AinAtA'xta fnnthA T.OCrtel.lt.lire. fchfl dis-Dedication;, , arousing uthe Liver, incfeasingCthe 'week'. o-t . tjrlcfc being Adair and Cumberland, - 111 ' ' ..-- ! ' f fs flow of bile.) Bile is Nature anti 5 ?as in Burkesville a few days of last Eld: .irtes'.Williams, who is here septic' in the howels. With proper pastors of the various'churches week. He met and informed the ac , The visiting his mother, has a record as of citizens,' and their congregations' are 'cordially pastor of one Church that is surpassed amount df iile, digestion, irLbowels is quaintance of a number to be present at the dedicaperfect. No gasi-jifermentable rw aad was very favorably impressaa wi&n invited of the Baptist church on August by but few ministers. Eighteen years Constipation. Don't be sick, nervous Burkesville and Cum- tion the people of every ago he became the pastor of the Chris22. Dinner will be served ' berland county. He was given a cor- body is invited to attend. and tian Church, Stillwater, Okla., and irritable. Get a bottle of and he will again vidial reception, has been called each succeeding year from your Druggist now and cure your O. P. Bush, Pastor. sit the county before the November since. In talking with him, since his Constipation overnight. Forsale by election. On Saturday, the 21st inst., the arrival here, be stated that he was Paull Drug Co. Ad "'All out for the Fair Grounds." voters of Russell county will say by living in a fine community, and he hoped to spend his entire life as pasDallas, a twelve year old son of Mr, ballot whether they are willing for Vernon Bradshaw, of near Creels-borhad the county to issue bonds to. the ex tor of the Stillwater Church, his first and Mrs. R. E. Tandy, this place, who was arrested in Illinois, charge, assumed when he was quite a the misfortune to get one of his an- tent of 40,000 for road purposes. It young man. He did some mission brought to this place by deputy sherkles sprained last Thursday morning. would be a great mistake if the prop- work in Oklahoma before taking iffs Mann and Wooldridge, who were conveying him to the Russell county He was running after some cattle, his osition lost, as it takes good roads to charge of the Church. jail, escaped the officers before day foot creening with the result as above build up a county. Run pikes over Russell county and it would be one of stated. Miss Julia Eubank entertained the light, at this place, Sunday morning. Wednefcday morning Mr. .A- the best in the mountain section of following at breakfast Moaday morn- He left bareheaded and barefooted. Last the State. Besides, all realty in the He was charged with shooting. lfred Garmon and Miss Bessie Garrett, county would be greatly enhanced in ing: Misses Warriner, Phillips, the dauhgter or unare ixarret, uiutow value. We would be glad to learn of Hogards, Llllie Judd, Dora Eubank, t There was a very quiet "'wedding- at the home of J. T. Lloyd and were the proposition carrying by the prop- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Eubank, Messrs. the home of Mr. Geo W. iLowe last marded. They went immediately to er majority. Tom and Ramie Judd. Saturday evening, the contracting the fair in Cum.berland.counts. Only a few weeks until the schools parties being Judge JuniusHaricock Patrons, who live at a distance and or thirty rrioonlighb of this place will open. The man- and Miss Sallie Damron.l.The rites in A.dair county who will attend the Fair this week, agement of ' schools were started re- were solemnized byEld... the Lindsey-Wilson T. - ocners war upeu are invited to call at The News ofHoftd&y nighc, anaport that they expect a large attendance fice. The door will be open every later. The teachers"of'the county are forenoon until 12 m., and several hours this year, and everything points interested in the The program for the School Rally ve?y much prosperous year for the Graded to a in the afternoons. will be published aexb week. High School. and Kr. J. W. Callisbn, with Buchanan Last Tuesday there was a water With the exception of wheat, which Lyon Company, Campbellsville, was spout on Caney Fork, near Camp was a half, crop, Adair county platform to hwea few days ago, demonstrating Knox. The streams could nob be will about more feed stuff than for beDemocratic Louisville convention 31. grow August held in an auto- forded for six hours. There was also t6 use of an attachment to easCounty convention the 28. a heavy rain in the Dul worth neigh several years in the past. mobile, making the machine run borhood. ier. Wanted. Grey squirrels 40c. each. The bond issue for good roads carwho wasttiss Ellen Mrs. Ed Walker, Mr. J. R. Garnett is having his res- Send them at once. ried in Clinton county 5 to 1 Russell before,her marriage, died at Ba- idence repainted which will add greatW. T. Hodgen, . county votes next Saturday. 5. She was about ly to "the appearance of the home. Box 232 CampbellsviUe,- Ky. llad, Mo., ,. old. Sh left, weiaes Mr. Elmo Strange and Mr. -- Ed Willis forty-fiv- e Eld. Virtes Williams will preach at As an evidence thao .Columbia and the Christian church Wednesday; husbn4, one(,son She was a are handling 'the brushes. healthy, night Adair daughter of4ihe,Ute,W.,Ba Hurt, this ei the, one ounty. We notice that some farmers over there has hefrbeed-a-cjfcU-a- t i wiU the country have commenced .cutting of the ttadertaltfr.'sestaWiahawnte hoardlng-houMThe fair & on and 'the people conThe hotels and their tobacco. The Adair county-ecqHtsi- for oiere'bMRlve weeia.i - i. ., uaMrtrasttr" to be goei. arents." Come a little closer. John A little daughter, between one and Lnderson, you do not know how glad two years old, of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. am to be with you after so Ions a separation, and how much pleasure I Campbell, who live near the Dirigo post iget out; of the fair. I do not care for day office, was terribly burned one last week. The child was in the Ithe shows. I am here to meet and cook room, and in some way its clothIwith friends of earlier days, a pleasure stove. Her that I enjoy more than all things else. ing caught from theinto a crisp body was burned almost and ame back and we will re- - one arm nearly off before the fire- lew our meetiner and both of us era could be extinguished. Mrs. Camplome happier men." bell was also badly burned in trying to save the child. There is a chance for Republican Ticket. the infant to recover. The following ismSSReDublican School Rally. ticket, nominated inn;he primary: For Governor, E. P. Morrow. On Friday, October the 8th, there For Lieutenant Governor, Lewis L. will be an educational rally in ColumWalker. bia. All the schools in Adair county For Secretary of State, James T. will meet in this place and march in Lewis. a body. The moonlight schools will For Attorney General, T. B. Mc- also turn out. There will be several Gregor, addresses during the day. The school For Superintendent, R. P. Green. work in the way of maps, etc., will be For Commissioner of Agriculture, on exhibition. It will be a big day W. Hanna. and everybody should be in Columbia For Treasurer, W. A. Hunter. and see the number of pupils in school For Auditor, E. A. Webber. in Adair county. For Clerk, Court of Appeals, E C. Huntsman. Fata! Accident. For Representative, L. T. Neat. Last Saturday morning week, about For Circuit Clerk, M. C. Winfrey, one mile from Greensburg, Mr. James I NOTICE OF ELECTION. The voters of Russell County are hereby notified that there will be held in Russell County, in the various precincts thereof and at the regular voting places therein, on the 21st day of August, 1915, an election to take the sense of the qualified voters of Russell County on the following question: Fob Sale. Are yeu in favor of issuing $40,- calves. 000.00 in bonds for the purpose of building roads and bridges? " All Legal H. milch cows with T. Walker, Columbia, Ky. Foxes Wanted. Greys $1.25 to $2. 33.50. To-day- 's ne Reds 81.50 W. T. Hodgen, to Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. Before you make a little jaunt into the fields to try your luck at hunting you had better provide yourself with a hunting license, which you can obtain from the County Clerk for the small sum of one dollar. A dollar in vested that way may save you many dollars, in fines. The game wardens are keeping a sharp lookoub for such olifenders, and they will spare none. . i . -- ade-a-misstep m d sraajl-doseb- P6-Do-L- ax o-night -t- ull,-fre- o Land for Sale.' ' f Po-DoL- ax x- , - - -- I -- -'- o Po-Do-L- ax 39-4- b o, acres of rgood Jand Jteven acres in creek bottom, 12 acres in timber. This landtis located in Camp Knox, Green countyj .on pikei leading' to Greensburg. It is well On the land is a neat dwelling and large feed barn, a store building almost hew, a good stand to sell goods. It is where the post office is kept. There are other outbuildings en the farm. It is a splendid location for some persen who wants a home, and also to sell goods. J. E. Dulworth, P. M., Camp Knox, Ky. Ehave-78 - The inberurban road now being builb from Edmonton to Horse Cave or some other point on the L & N., is being constructed by a company loA large cated at Elizabethtown. now at work on the force of men is road, and those who are financially interested say there is not a doubt bub the line will be completed lb will be the making of Edmonton. One of the best pf the jeading mag- azlnes published is the Review oTRe-- . views, published in New York. Evety issue contains timely and valuable information, gathered from actual facta. Send for it. lb will do you good. Mr. Cook Jones reports that a holiness meeting has been in progress, near Gadberry, for some days. The services are being held in Mr. R. M. Hurt's bam, temporary seats having been provided. There has been quite, an interest manifested. I keep on hands a lull stock- of 'A coffins, caskets, and 'robes. I also keep' Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt eer vice night o ' Residence Phone "29, ' offlce day. pbone 98. 45-- 1 "v t Wil-liam- s. -- niove-flMftf- c. ji fc iir At yes - i 1, Hi- county-araTematkabl- . S yr -- J. ' .- AM: jw-- i- . . THE ADAIR JCOUNTY NEWS are to restore such a one in the ent month. The "weather made an Elder in that church. spirit of gentleness; but if he man" does not place much cred- When the New Liberty Church la th2 "Interesting People" refuses to hear us, then he is to ence in the stories to the effect was organized he transferred department of the August Amerbe unto us as a heathen and a that the canonading in Europe his membership, in which he was publican. He is without and we has been causing undue precip- a ruling Elder the remainder of ican Magazine appears an article about Henry F, Swanpack, are done with him. For what itation in this county. Rain de- his life. He was an active work the oldest Odd Fellow in America have we to do to judge them al- pends on the condition of the er in the church and a faithful who lives at the age of 100 at so that are without! do not we atmosphere, he said, and can on- leader of the Sunday School. Greenwood, Nebraska. Mr. judge them also that are with- ly come when the atmosphere is The writer, who was his pastor Swanback was a boyhood friend in? But them that are without saturated, which is always full- for several years, takes pleasure .of Bismark's. His grandfather God judge th. est of moisture when the ground in testifying to his faithfulness lived to be 117. Following are The following on the mission is wet and the streams flowing. and devotion to the church of the church is from a sermon iis rules for living to be 100: which he dearly loved. He had is Sickness A Sin? by the pastor of the First Unit"Go to bed early and get up I( not, it's wicked to neglect illness been in failing health for some ed Presbyterian church, Los and means of relief. It's wicked to time and, realizing that his stay tsarly. endure Liver Ills, Headache, IndigesAngeles, Cal., tion, Constipation, when one dose of here on here on earth was limit"Never sleep in a heated room. is.! ed, made the necessary arrangegives relief. "The social problem is acute "Keep fresh air in the sleepPodophyllin (May Apple,) without the and the church recog- gripe. It arouses the Liver, increases ments for his funeral and burial, ing room. flow nizes the problem. The church the the of bile Nature's antiseptic talked to the family about their in Bowels. Your Constipation "Sleep out of doors in summer-wintand other ills disappear over night be- individual interest and charged must Know and must declare the too, if it can be arranged cause Po has helped Nature to solution of the problem. Her remove the cause. Get a bottle from hi3 children to look well to the "Drink plenty of fresh water. great commission includes this Paull Drug Co., today. Get rid of interest of their mother. He your Constipation overnight. "Use very little red liquor. told his wife and children that command: 'Teaching them to Obituary of James T. Hughes "As old age comes on take, he mu3t soon die and that, "All observe all things whatsoever I each morning, a small wine glass was well," and that the writer command you!' What did he James T. Hughes, one of the be called to preach his funeral. d iof glycerin and two command? To love God supremethirds good whiskey. ly and to love one's neighbor as most widely known and highly His life was a great success and Constipation Causes Most ills. respected citizens of Johnson Co., leaves an influence that will be "Smoke as often as you please Accumulated waste in your thirty one's self July 22nd 1915, at his home felt through the ages to come. Shut do not inhale the smoke, or feet of bowels causes absorption of "These two commandments died up near Denton, Johnson Co., Mo. Fe was a member of the r, alow it out through the nostrils. poisons, thens to produce fevers, digestion. You belch gas, feel elaborated contain the key to sets under the direction of If you are unfortunate stuffy, irritable, almost cranky. It the whole situation. This the J. T. Hughes was the son of and Louisa Hughes, was which his funeral was held. At .enough to lose your wife, get isn't you it's your condition. Elim church must teach. The church inate this poisonous waste by taking another. It is not good for man one or two Dr. King's New Life Pills cannot enforce. She is not the born in Adair Co,, Ky., Septem the time of his death he was 66 or woman to live alone. is to ber7, 1848. His father died years, 10 months and 15 days old. Enjoy a full, free bowel executor. The church when he was but a child. On He is survived by his wife and "Don't worry over anything. movement in the morning you feel so point the way. grateful. Get an original bottle con "The church must furnish the Sept., 25, 1854, his mother was three children, two -- sisters, Mrs. Worry kills more people than taining 36 pills, from Paull Drug Co., ideal for the social order, but remarried to W. T. Roberts, and Laura P. Moore, and'Mrs. Cora for 25c. Ad disease. she cannot legislate. She must 855 with her family, came to Aakins, of Montana, and "Keep an even temper at all Law and Gospel. inspire men to enact ideals into Missouri and settled on a farm J. E., and George W. tfimes. Be cheerful at all times. in Johnson Co., near Denton, Roberts, of Denton, Mo., and J. realities even at great cost, "Keep the feet dry and the even at the cost of life itself. where they lived the remainder M. Roberts, Montana. Editor News: head clear. of their lives. His funeral was preached at Please allow me a little space Political power, the church has Never eat meat. A little James I. Hughes was an in New Liberty Church, Friday, for a few words on law and gos none, but she must furnish the chicken will not harm one, but dustrious and obedient son, and July 23rd, at 2:30 p. m., in the pel, or the old and the new cov ideal for political power. gnust not be eaten too often. remained on the farm with his "The church is the teacher, presence of an exceptionally enants. Eat plenty of fresh fish. and mother, until he large congregation of sorrowing The law came through Moses breaking her heart over dull and grew to manhood. March 8th, "Do not drink coffee. friends, using as a text, Acts 11 and was an imperfect covenant. unwilling scholars, but with ""Keep away from sweet stuff. The new or gospel covenant came power only to pray and plead 1875 he was married to Frances chapter, and 24th uerse: "For t ruins the stomach and kidneys. through Christ and is a perfect and lead This is the church's L. Wall and located on a farm in he was a good man and full of "Take plenty of outdoor ex- covenant. The old made noth relation to the social problem the same community where he the Holy Ghost and of faith; and lived, turning his attention to ercise. Walk a great deal. ing perfect. The new perfects and eventually she will win." much people was added unto the farming and stock raising in "Follow these rules, and any forever all who get its full ben T. B. Lyon. Lord,'' after which the body was which he was eminently success iQormal man can live to be one efit, and this we may have in laid to rest in the Wall cemetery Your cough can Be Stopped. ful. To this union were born Ihundaed." this life." We may be made per with Masonic honors. To the Using care to avoid draughts, expos- three children; EffieL., Manford fect and entire, wanting nothing. ure, sudden ceanges, and taking a bereaved family and friends, we A Medicine Chest for 25c. R. and T. DeWitt Hughes. Mr. In this chest you have an excellent The old covenant had a shadow treatment of Dr. King's New Discovwould say, "He is not dead but remedy for Toothache, Bruises, of good things to come. The ery, will positively relieve, and in Hughes was not only a good and Z. T. Orr. Sprains, Stiff Neck, Backache, Neutime will surely rid you of your cough. successful farmer but a wise and sleepeth." ralgia, Rheumatism and for most new has the good things them The first dose soothes the irritation, emergencies. One 25c. .bottle of selves. Under the old there checks your cough, which stops in a successful business man, and Despondency Due to Indigestion. Sloan's Liniment does it all this looked well to the interest of his these ailments are symptoms, was a remembrance made of sins short time. Dr. King's New Discov"About three months ago when I ery has been used successfully for 45 family, and was successful in was suffering not diseases, and are caused by con ; year by year. from Indigestion which Under the new years and is guaranteed to cure you. gestion and incarnation, if you caused headache and dizzy spells and doubfc, ask those who use Sloan's Lin- our sins are taken away and re- Money back if it fails. Get a bottle gathering about him a sufficient made me feel tired and despondent, I iment, or better still, buy a 25c bottle membered no more forever; no from Paull Drug Co., it costs only a amount of this world's goods to began taking Chamberlain's Tablets." and prove it. Sold by Paull Drug Co little and will help you so much. Ad make his home one of the most writes Mrs. Geo, Hon, Macedon, N. Ad Y. "This medicine proved to be the more consciousness of sins. Unvery thing I needed, as one day's beautiful and attractive in the An Unusual Summer der the old, law was written in iMystery Party. treatment relieved me greatly. I community in which - he lived. used two bottles of Chamberlain's of stone. Under the new tables Tablets and they rid me of this troubthe law of love is written in our According to the weather bu- While a successful trader he was le." Obtainable at Paull drug Co. If you are looking for some honest and upright in all his deal form of novel entertainment, hearts and minds. Under the reau in Louisville the present ings and made many friends in a A Maine man is living on ten give a mystery party. Not long old it was an eye for an eye and summer has been a very unusual business way and won the con- cents a day, marvels an exago a hostess entertained at a a tooth for a tooth. Under the one. Never before in the recyears fidence and respect of all who change. Huh, than's nothing. party which was a great success. new it is good for evil and love ords of the last forty-tw- o knew him. About 35 years ago An Ohio man is living on his She led us into a darkened room, for hate. Under the old they at the weather bureau has the Bro. Hughes was converted in a relatives. and, when all were seated, she used carnal weapons to defend thermometer failed to reach 90 meeting held by the Rev. J. H. brought in a shingle on which themselves and to uphold their degress by July 10. The warm Tor a sprained Ankle. Houx at old Bear Creek church were placed three candles. This laws. Under the new our weap- est day of the year to that time If you will get a bottle of Chamberwas in in April when it reached in the community in which he lain's Liniment and observe the dishingle was set on a low table ons are not carnal, but we over89 degrees. There has been an lived, and United with the Cum rections given therewith faithfully, n fall view of all, and the can-dl- come evil with good. you will recover in much leas time were lighted. Under this covenant if a broth unusual amount of rainfall this berland Presbyterian Church at than is usually required. Obtainable ppiwB'all wai quiet, she began er is overtaken in a fault, ire summer, especially in the pres- - this place. Soon after he was at Paull Drug Co. Ad a Po-Do-L- Live to the Age of 100. er, one-thir- a weird ghost story, in the weirdest part of which the first candle went out; in a few minutes more the second candle went out, to the increased amazement of the spectators. When the story reached its thrilling climax and the third candle mysteriously went out, there was-rush for the door, and the hostess felt that her scheme" was a success. The candle extinguishing is easily explained. The wick of each had been previously cut, and each was cut a di fferent distance from the top of the candle. This is done with a sharp knife, and the two pieces of the candle are then pressed together, so that the cut cannot be detected. If any difficulty is found in making the two parts stick together, it is oyercome very simply by heating the wax very slightly before replacing. x to-da- y, Do-La- Mason-ic'Orde- Ab-solu- m t. to-da- y 1 three-brother- s, step-fath- er be-cau- se M -- THE ADAIR COUNT? NEWS ExhiBire&r of the Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission Home Treatment For Tuberculosis In Summer "" Tyi."s8l-.s- a MB"'- - arc. This is the "Thomhffl" Wagon -the Wagon that Must Make Good Tuberculosis Commission equipped a railroad coach with an exhibit THE tuberculosis and how to prevent the spread of the disease and has sent it to many points in the state. By means of pictures, descriptions, toy houses and electric devices the whole story of the cause, cure and prevention of consumption is told in graphic form for the passerby. In a little over a year GS.000 people have been reached in all sections of the state. Espocial pains have been taken to reach teachers and school children so that this message of good health may be communicated through them to as many people as possible. The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line and of master workmen the aid of the most causing hard pulling. ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped "with employed to make the Thornhill wagon. long sleeve malleable The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running-- and outcare. For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Each skein is iuse the finest hickory machine driven fitted to its axle with a Defiance ma'to insure the right dish. The hubs are chine infallibly accurate. This machine erf oak thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right pitch and tack, makes' vith double refined sable iron. light draft a certainty. The bolsters are of the best white oak. The axles are of toughest nickary They have an iron plate at top and bot- the steel axles of the best refined steel- tom, riveted through and through mulThe sides of "Thornhill" beds ares tiplying their strength. made of poplar. It costs the makers? The "Thornhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and pi--" hound plate that is braced to the hounds better service. at all pwints. This is an exclusive come in and see this wagon hF sold ''Thornhill" feature. It nrevents the under a binding guarantee. non-breaka- bl , a floor on a dry bit of It is best to have It raised a few inches above the ground. Erect a tent over it, get a reclining chair and some simple furniture, and you are ready for a cheerful life at homo while you fight that dread enemy, the Great White Plague. BUILD Administration Building arid Infirmary, Hazeiwood Sanatorium, Louisville Visiting Nurse Saves Her Eyesight sow By WOODSON QREENSBURQ, eB.tffl-Jr:''5fry.Jir..- LEWIS KENTUCKY. -- The '' tizn is rot mj.au,sc::sr'iA'ju.'jm-,.ijuj-- i ...y.y-CTy?- T, ne lowest pr i w.- - - , n ths end th- - ch- -, at EVERYTHING IN - THIS a. r- cj 3 r-- r ? building, with adjacent cottages, Is the only place in Kentucky for re option of any case of tuberculosis except for the Jefferson county -- i ij, nT-- - HOOFING woman with an infected eye was found by a nurse representing thc-statuberculosis com mission. The nurse secured for her proper medical treatment and showed the woman how to care for herself. He? eyesight was saved. If she had not been found by the nurse she would have delayed visiting the physician llll her case had been hopeless. institution, Waverly Hills Sanatorium and the little Jackson Hill Sanatorium at Paducah. White patients in all stages of the disease may here receive the essentials of treatment namely, medical supervision, fresh air, rest imd correct diet. The rates are $12.50 per week. Any person interested in obtaining treatment here should address Dr. Oscar O. Miller, Resident Physician, Hazeiwood Sanatorium, Rural Free Delivery No. 2, Louisville, Ky. The head nurse is Miss Catherine Hooe of Louisville. Prominent physicians from all sections of the state comprise the medical advisory board, of which Dr. Ap Morgan Vance is chairman. F. A. Sampson is superintendent T ITS Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized! te and Printed Also Elwood and tAmerican Fence.. i i ALMOST ANY CONSUMPTIVE MIGHT HAVE THIS Steel Fence Postsincorporated ssz ggftrt z- - ' - - Insuring a Family g ibiEaatglia-tKeigtreeif DEHLER BROS, CO, Belween"Plrs1and 3rooh "5P Louisvi!le,ijKy,l Birdseve.viev o! our Plant a little and four brother .i I a sister. When the visiting nui t of the city called upon her she found the whole family in danger of contracting tuberculosis from the young womau through ignorance of the proper methods of caring for the patient. The nurse instructed the members of the family about the preparation of the girl's food and the care of her room, so as to give her every chance for life. Most important of all, the nurse showed how the disease- tuberculosis is spread from one person to another through the spit and spray from the mouth, of a consumptive. They Tvere taught that all of the expectorations should be caught in paper boxes or nankins and burned. Those instructions practically insure the lives of the other members of the lived in family. & "I Don't Feel Good" That is what a lot of people tell us. 1 task. - P t f i m - Mm THISconuijpiiveirl ' sutH'ort POSTS tent. A '1 ! a framework on which a floor has been built. Above this mosquito netting surrounds the sides. Inside, this room is large enough for a bed anti a chair. This can be used in any except the evQrtet winter weather. A doable canvas top with eight Inches space between will make it etxrfer in summer than the single tent. Any practical builder can erect this cheaply. "Largest in Dixie" V, -- I. Hughes & Sods Co. Incorporated Of course, Dan Cupid promotes "Memphisian is carrying 200 marriages, but he ought to give tons of starch to England," says d a dispatch. Well, they some credit to the need it. porch swing. old-fashionr Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Usually their bowels only need cleansing. will WHOLEvSALE 3XO&L Byspepsia Tablets Will Relievo Your Indigestion Paull Drug Co. People Ask Us What is the best laxative? Years of experience in selling all kinds leads us to always recommend do the trick and make you feel fine. We know this positively. Take one tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paul! Drug Co. j I J us tiiC satest, surest anu most Paull Drug Co. sausiac-tor- y. Sold only by us, 10 cents. of Henderson county-- , was shot four times at the polls, Saturday, of last week, and is expected to die. Sol Holmes, Read Our Liberal Paper Offers THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 m THE r & 3 Berlin reports a French airAdair County News Company victory next fall. In this Sen- ship raid on Zweibruecken and atorial dcstrict Mr. R. B. Trigg St. Ingbert, in Rhenish Prussia, (Incorporated.) proved the winner by a hand- to the Northeast of Nancy, in majority. He is a gentle- which eight persons were killed CHAS. S. HARRIS. EDITOR. some man well fitted for the position, by bombs dropped from aeroDemocratic newspaper deroted to the interest and an untiring, effective party planes. The property damage is et the City of Columbia and the people of Adair worker. His efforts, interests said to have been small. and adjoining counties. and popularity will add strength in the same section, as second Entered at the Columbia in the final sttuggle and prove was bombarded by French airclass mail matter: the wisdom of his' selection. In ships last Monday. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR this Legislative district, our Frequent Austrian attacks on y townsman, Mr. Ray Montgomery Italian positions in Cadore are WEB. AUG. 18, 1915 received the nomination without reported from Rome, which deopposition a compliment but clares, that the Italians have sucDemocratic Ticket. few seekers of position are ac- ceeded in holding all their re-corded. He is a young man of I cently taken positions. For Governor On the Carso plateau the Ital good record, good intellect, A. 0. STANLEY. whose chosen field of work is the ians claim a substantial gain in For Lieutenant Govepnor JAMES D. BLACK. legal profession, in which he is the Seibusi zone, although adSecretary of State For making good. He is worthy and mitting they were unable to hold BARKSDALE HAMLETT. strongly fortified j well qualified to fill the position a position on For Attorney General M. M. LOGAN. intellectually, morally and polit- heights well within the Austrian For Auditor ically. Likewise, Mr. Finis lines, which Italian infantry had R. L. GREENE. Strange was given his nomina- captured in a charge. In Carnia K For Treasurer tion for Circuit Court Clerk of small advances are recorded. SHERMAN GOODPASTER. Former Premier Veriizelos, of this county without a dissenting For Clerk of Appellate Court RODMAN W.'KEENON." voice, He is a man and a Dem- Greece, haslreturned to Athens, For Supt. Public instruction ocrat entitled to the fullest con- where the pronouncement of his V. O. GILBERT. fidence, and capable of discharg- policy, expected to have an im- For Com of Agriculture " MATT S. COHEN. ing the duties of the position he portant bearing on the Balkan T For Railroad Commissioner seeks in a most proficient man- situation, is being awaited. It is - SIDT." "DOTJTBITT. ' ner. The party could not have considered doubtful if this will , For Representative made a better selection or put up be made until after the .opening RAY MONTGOMERY. - For Circuit Clerk a better man to win in Novem- of the Greek Parliament on Aug. F A. STRANGE. ber. From head to foot, from 16th. The Paris War Office reports a In this issue we present the start to finish, we feel that DemDemocratic ticket, made in the ocrats can make an aggressive renewal of German attacks in the recent primary, and feel that it and effective fight and win in Argonne, where the French lines is one of the strongest our party November. The Republican were penetrated at one point has had for many years. With ticket, so far as we are able to yesterday. Mr. Stanley at the head a man learn, meets the approval of the Last night's assaults are deof broad experience in the affairs rank and. file of that party, and clared to have been completely -of government, whose ability a strong effort will be made to repulsed. and courage has been highly val- elect them. Mr. Morrow, the New York,rAug. 12. Private ued by his Congressional district Republican nominee for Governadvices from London intimate and our national Congress. No or, has been prominent in his the recent shipment of one need fear a draggy adminis party for several years, and was that gold to this country via tration of our State's business one of the leading figures that soon to be suppliment-e- d .after he has been inaugurated swung his party. Jnto the Taft Halifax is by heavy imports direct from Governor. His associates on the column in the last Presidential Australia. ticket are men of recognized contest. Mr.' L. T. Neat, of this South Africa and The Bank of England had a ability, whose devotion to party county, was handed the nomina $20,000,000 and good government is appre- tion for representative on a sil- gold reserve of about ciated in no small degree. So ver platter, as it were, covered sterling at Cape Town and from gold far as we are able to ascertain with boquets of sweet promises, $3 000,000 to $4,000,000 of the fitness of each and every "We'll give youanother chance." to its credit in New Zeland. understood, nominee adds strength to the He has represented this county lhese reserves, it is hope of good progressive govern- in the past and is popular in the have been drawn upon to meet country and ment, and under such conditions ranks of his party. Mr. Mike obligations in this gold are said to will unquestionably receive a Winfrey won his nomination for shipments of the hearty endorsement in the No- circuit court clerk over Mr. W. be in transit. The South Afrivember contest. In this com- T. Price, by a decisive majority. can gold may come direct to the port, while the Australian gold ment we cannot cover f ulJy the separate individuals of the ticket, London, Aug. 12, (12:18 p. probably will be landed at San lobut in the selection of Mr. James m.. A wireless dispatch re- Francisco and credited to the y D. Black for Lieutenant Govern- ceived here from Berlin cal J. P. Morgan & Company toor, we feel that our party has says that French aviators dropbeen exceedingly fortunate. He ped bombs on Zweibruecken and day professed ignorance regardis one of the ablest lawyers in St. Ingbert, killing or wounding ing these imports, but would not the State, a gentleman whose several civilians. The property deny that yesterday's transfer living merits the highest confi- damage was small. Eight per- from Halifax might soon be indence and esteem, and who will sons were killed by bombs drop- creased from either source. Remittance on London was make an official that will reflect ped from the aeroplanes. again the feature of the foreign credit on the position he will fill. The sweeping plurality of over The French airship raid was exchange market, demand ster40,000 for Mr.. Stanley, and the made over Rhenish Bavaria. ling falling to tho new low price nomination of Mr. Black, whose Zwiebreucken is a town of the of $4,741. Quotations on Paris and Rome showed no abatement position construed by the oppo- Palatinate, about sition, on the main point of con- - northeast of Nancy. It is a man- of the acute conditions at those tention was not in harmony with ufacturing town of about 15,000 centers. predominating sentiment, shows inhabitants. Certain of Success. that our party kept in view the bt. Jngebert is about twelve fitness of men as well as meas miles west of Zweibreuckeii. It Paris, Aug. 12. Albert Thomures, and paved the way to victo--J is near Saarbruecken, which was ry on the broadest plain of con- bombarded by French aeroplanes as, Under Secretary of War in charge of munitions, tells the ceivable party action. The parselected its nominees in on Monday. ty has Petit Parisien that France's ef Saar-bruecke- NEWS one of the fairest contests it has eVer had, and ao far as we can Every Wednesday .PMhlished hear will give a united and en-- BYTKE thusiastic support, which means ADAIR COUNTY WARt SITUATION. Call For Best Firestone Rubber Tires Put on and Guaranteed by GOFF BROS. CLEARANCE SALE OF n, Post-offi- ce Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums " Store. 20 and 25 per cent, reductions are not unusual on high-clamerchande, Clearance Prices on Best Quality Axmin- ss Is now going on and Big, Towering Values are offered in every section of our Live ster Rugs are $17.50 for size 9 x . . 12 ft. . $21.50 for 12 x 12 ft. $29.50 for sixe x 15 ft ROYAL WILTON RUGS GoocrSelection of Discontinued Patterns, $40.00 Values - !?are Marked at $30.00. .. i ry . , WOOL and FIBER RUGS a -- . -- Combination of Green and Oak, Blue and Tan, Two Shades of Brown in-- Good Quality. Clearance Price 9 x 12; ft $6.00. 10i x 12 ft $8.50. 12 x 12 ft $10-5- 0 . -- SV.rtp s- ilubhuch Brps. X - & Wcllendorff, .- . INCORPORATED - 522& 524 W. Market Street Louisville's Most Progressive Carpet Store. STOP AT THE GALT HOUSE WHEN IN LOUISVILLE ETjS.OIE-ASr PIAST - Good FreetAuto-Bu- s Roms for $1.00 per Day. Fine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices. Meejs Trains Turkish and Electric Baths $20-000,0- 00 Write For Reservations. Notice to Blacksmiths and mers. Far- Additional Personals. We have a nice lot of singletrees for Miss Flora East has accepted a po sale. Apply at stave yard. sition in Illinois and left for thatl c Elrod &JCo. State last Saturday. Misses Maggie and Mary Chandler spent Beveral days of last week at forts to produce "munitions are Griffin Spring. 4l-2f- different in method, but equal in Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mullinix, their results to those of England, which son, French, and granddaughter, he recently viewed. The news- Miss Amelia Sussner, of Jamestown, Tenn , were here to visit the family papers quote him as follows: of formers Sub-treasur- y. to-da- the brother, Mr. E. F. Mullinix, the first of last week. "We have an army which at the present moment i3 armed so Mr. S. B. Mullinix, of Cumberland county, spent two days with his paras to withstand any shock, an ents here last week. anuy, wuiv.ii, uu wic ulucj. iicmu , Mrs q e Eeed hag retnrned from is capable of making a strong ei - a visit to the home of Attorney Gen- - sixty-fivemil- es fective. Its morale is good, that is to save the army is prepared to remain as it is if necessary. "Every day our strength grows both in England and in France. Notwithstanding the formidable resources at the disposal of Germany, it is not possible that the resources of the Allies will not assure them when the time is ripe for complete victory. What we have, what England has and will have all the resources that she can create will assure us supremacy. I am convinced of this because I know. Every day I repeat to my friends my conviction that we shall, be victori- errl Garnett, Frankfort. Mr. M. C. Winfrey was in Russell county last week. Mr. G T. Flowers, wife and Children, of Frazier, Wayne county, are here, meeting relatives and friend?. Mr. Tim Cravens and wife, Mr. Ed Eichardson, wife and children arrived from Tompkinsville Sunday. Mr. W. J. Conover, who was operated on in Louisville, last week, for appendicitis, is improving finely and will be able to return home in about two weeks. He is at St, Joseph Infirmary. The Burkesville Fair closed last FriIt was a very successful meet the attendance was large arid there day. was a fine display of stock. ous." (Concluded on page 8.) The Baptist people have just closed a very successful meeting at Purdy last week. There were forty-fiv- e or fifty conversions. Kzr THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Mr. D. T. Curdcspenb.,Sunday Jn. Columbia. r. Judge N. H. Moss, of Gradyville, MI was. up to see his Columbia friends .: Miss Mary Caldwell. Gradyville, Friday. was shopping in Columbia Thursday. Miss Mallie Moss has returned to Mr. B. Lawless, of the Blue Grass her home, Gradyville, from a visit to section was in Adair county last week, Miss Miss Alva Knight, Jamestown. looking lor cattle. While in ColumKeith Beck came over from bia he stopped at the Old Inn. Friday and spent two or three hours. He reported that his Mr. B. H. Gilpin and Mr. W, R. mother had been quite sick. Lyon were here Thursday. Miss Alva Knight, of Jamestown, is Mr. J. M. Snaupe, Cincinnati, was '"'" attending the fair, stopping at the in Columbia a fewdays ago. home of Mr. J. A. Hill. Mr. W. W. Abell, Casey Cef k,'ws ' Mr. J. T. Gowdy, Campbellsville, at the Hancock Hotel Thursday. was here a few days ago. He stated Mr. Emmet Goode, Casey Creek,-wa- s that the Columbia Fair would be in Columbia a few-- days since. largely attended Jay Taylor county "' Mr. Geo. S. Card well, Louisville; people. travelingsalesman; was here Friday. : Mr. Frank Waggener, who spent Miss Mary E. Pendleton, of Horse several months in Oklahomayrettirned Cave, and Miss Christine Nell, Gra- to Adair county last week. "He said dyville, will spend this week with he visited a fine country, but there had been too much rain in Oklahoma. Miss Catherine Nell. I Personals; ' -- Camp-bellsvil- le - -- r Mr. R. A. Myers, wife, and son, Mesdames J. R. Davis, T. W. Davis J Robert Page, Monticello, arrived last week and will remain during the fair. Mrs. S. F. White and Mr. Geo. W. Montgomery, arrived last Friday night from Bradentown, Fla. The former will remain several weeks, visv iting, the latter is at home to stay indeffinitely. - J. R. Smith and sonj Mr. N. C. Davis, all of Campbellsville, and Mrs. Mc- Donough, of Louisiana, dined at the home of Judge Rollin Hurt last Friday. Mr. Tyler Baker and W. R. Walker and her hlssister, Mrs. arrived from Cleburne, Texas, Friday afternoon, to remain several weeks at Dr. H. W. Depp, wife and children visited- relatives in Greensburg last the home of Mr. Baker's and Mrs. Walker's father, Judge H. C. Baker. week. little son, Ruel . Judge T. A. Murrell, Lebanon, was in Columbia a day or two of last week. Mr. 0. C Kimble r and wife, of Sewellton, visited- at the home of sister, Mrs. Fetna Eubank, last week. Golden Thuston, Emma .Black, Ida Mrs-Kimbler's "Mr. R. B. Trigg, recently nominated by the Democrats of Adair, Barren and Metcalfe for the State Senate, was in Columbia last Wednesday. He stated that .the prLmary - passed off quietly in Barren, ana" that he is perfectly sanguine of his" election in November. Black and Charles few days since. Messrs. Perryman were registered at the Hancock Hotel a J. W. Helm, R. C Hays, Additional Locals. (lEAltTFWRCER'S column. BY V. Herman. Hays, Lebanon, werehere a few days since. Mr. J. F. Samuels, Nashville, was at the Hancock Hotel a few days ago. n Mr. J. E. Saltsman, the was here from New fertilizer man, Hope last week. Mr. Charles Sanders, of Kansas, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanders, in this county. well-know- I. TAYLOB. it Miss Virginia Tupman has returned denied that voices could be distinto Nashville. guished one from another over the Misses It is very hard indeed to convicoe the people generally of the importance of these things. Some men wi'l not be convinced with any argument short of thunder and lightening. I knew a man about the time telephones became common in this country, who ) Louise Baird and Evelyn telephone. The man to whom he was Scales, who visited Miss Frances Reed talking, knowing that the man had been' separated from his wife, asked, returned home last week. where is your wife? He answered; Prof. Reed Shelton and wife left Let me call her to the phone and you for Mitchell, South Dakota, last week, talk to her, and see if you know her where the former teaches. voice. All right, said the man. The Mr. F. L. Selby, stock dealer of'Es-t- woman was called and she came to -- Columbia Russell county,- - was-in the phone. The doubter went trembling to the phone," took idown the relast Friday. "Hello, Sally." Mr. Paul Waggener was at home all ceiver, and said: Columbia,, There was a cloud arising in the last week, and will remain until the West, and just at that moment a ter- For Sale. close of the fair. ress, of Cane Valley. ane Valley. riffic crash of thunder and dazzling C. streaks of forked lightning came in on Mr. John 0. Alexander and Mr. Two or three, pure-bre- d Poland R. Barbee were here, from Campbells--ville- j the wire, tore the box from the" wall, Jamestown. tim vreo fnm wtnlA "$rb cnmft The school at this place is proyesterday. "" "" knocked the .old man down. Herolled w",ua'w age, ana one omer ana reaay lor use. Dr. T. B. Stephensoti, bf Rowena, over on the ground a few times, tlien They are all as fine as you can hope gressing nicely, Mrs. Mary Biggs Judge Cress is at the Holt was here yesterday ehroute to Louis- raised his head, looked up at the oth- to get anywhere. If you want some- being the teacher. Miss Biggs er man, and said: "That's Sal, I know ville, where he expected to locate for thing as good as the best this is your taught here before her marriage, House. He has been 'nominated the purpose of practicing his profes- her voice," He was convinced, but it chance. .C. S. Harris. Circuit Judge in the 28th took a double dose of thunder and 41-making a most enviable reputa- for sion. district, subject to the action of lightning to do it. Others might be Mr. Carl Thorpe, of PenBacola, Fla., tion as an instructor, and at this convinced in the same way. We will furnish the Louisville Daily the Democratic party. A7 0. arrived one night last week, on a visAnother thing that is important, is Post from now until the 10th of Nov- time she manifests the same init to relatives. for our house builders to build the ember and the Adair County News, terest, and her pupils are very Stanley is the democratic nomiDrs. B. F. and James Taylor came house to suit the number of children one year, for 1.50. We can not furnee for Governor. E. P. Mor in the district, so that each child nish the Post to citizens of Columbia fond of her. up from East Fork last Wednesday. row is the republican nominee. could have 250 feet of breathing space. at that price, as the agent furnishes The corn crop in this section Ralph Willis, son of Mr. and Mrs. That is what the law requires, but Mrs. Nonie Morris and her litForest Willis, was quite sick last some jf our houses are too small. I town subscribers. People living out will be rather light, yet there of Columbia, who want a daily paper having made week. visited a school two days ago, where until after the election, can get the will be a sufficiency for home tle daughters, some length to relatives Mrs. L. L. Eubank will visit in there were 48 children in attendance, Post for a small sum by suhs:ribing abun- visit of only large enough for with us. Call or send check or money consumption. There is an and the house Frankfort this week. here, have returned to their forty. In cases of this kind there is order. Remember that The News dance of hay and grass is looking Mr. Tom Judd left for Huntington, always danger of a repetition of home in Glasgow. the will come to- you one year and the fine. Tenn., where he will teach. tragedy of the black hole of Calcutta, Daily Post until the 10th of NovemThe young folks of our town where 132 English soldiers were con- ber for $1.50. There is but little change in Master J. Frank Walker, little son met a few evenings ago, afc fined in a room only 18 feet square, of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walker, who the condition of Mrs. E. C. Page, with only one window 18 inches square. the home of Miss Alva Knight ELECTION NOTICE. was quite sick last week, is better. who has been sorely afflicted for They remained in there for one night and had music and other pleasMisses Kate Warriner and Lizzie and when taken out the next morning Pursuant to an order of the Adair many months. Phillips, Liberty, will attend the only 16 were living, and they were County Court entered at the July ant pastimes, The Hancock boys of thi3 secFair. They are stopping with Mrs. more dead than alive. I have no Idea term, on Monday July 5th 1915, notice Mr. Cortese Carinada and famT. C. Davidson. that these ignorant soldiers intended is hereby given that a poll will be tak- tion, will have some good horses to smother their victims, but did not en and an election held in all the votMrs. M. E. Durham, of this place, exhibition during the fair, j ily are now occupying their new understand the first principles of ven- ing precincts of Adair county at the on home, on the hill towards Montr-cell- o. who has been sick at the residence of places in said precincts tilation. I think our educational The Democrats of th's locality her son, Charles, Campbellsville, for board ought to have some good archi- regular voting 11th day of SeptemIt presents quite a nice three weeks, is better, and will prob- - tect to furnish a model for our school on Saturday the the hours of 6 o'clock are all in line, and will stamp ber 1915, between appearance. ably be able to come home 'the latter houses, and then require all the houses a.m., and 4 o'clock p. m. On said under the rooster in November. V . narfc of this week. Miss Moss, of Columbia, ftf T to be built after that model I have date at which election all the legal met with several schoolhouses with voters residing in the several voting Cane Valley will be a deserted stiJl with her friend Misa Alva Mrs, M. D. Baker, mother of Miss Sue Baker, was quite sick several windows in the end, just facing the precincts in Adaircounty shall be giv- village Thursday of this week. Knight. children in their seats, and have had en the opportunity to vote on the . days' of last week. , Mr. Miller is- refreshing thex to direct the teachers to shade those question, "Are you in favor of Issuing Every body will be at the fair. people with ice cold soda go Past Grand Master Hatfield, of the windows to protect the children's eyes one hundred and twenty-five- thouThe Rapid Transit Company I. O. O. F. of Kentucky, was in Co- from the strong light in front of sand dollars in bonds for the purpose with a. varietyof delicious flay- -, lumbia last Friday. them. We cannot be .too particular of building roads and bridges?" The has the road between Columbia ora. for-inth- o, -- with our. children's eyes. In venti order calling said election and direct- lating our houses we ea'nhoraofdttf Hn&the manner, in which same shall risk the impure air finding a&.openipg qe hem is in words. ancrtigures" as iofc . Xj. through which to leave the "room, lout lows: Court-Regulthe house should be so constructed Adair County Term that the air will be compelled to leave July5tb, l&fi. the room as soon as it is discharged This day came H. C. Baker,. W. F.. from the lungs of the children. ' Cartwright, J. O. Russell and Sam I want to call the attention bf these, teachers, and through them, to the Lewis and one hundred and fifty othchildren under them, to the fact that er legal voters and freeholders of nearly all the great diseases that Adair county and presented their afflict humanity are caused by little written petition which has been things. The mosquitoes cause mala- lodged with the Judge of this Court, rial troubles, the body louse is the sole which said petition is ordered filed cause of typhus fever, the bed bugs and is in words and figures as follows cause pellagra, the Rocky mountain herewith: tick causes the Rocky mountain spot- Petitiontothe Adair County Court. ted fever, andrcommon house- fly Is the We, the undersigned, who1 artflegai cause of very many of the ills of life. voters and freeholders of thev county It is only a few years ago, that, the people generally thought the common of Adair, state of Kentucky,, respecthouse fly was guilty of nothing except fully petition the county Judge to a general botheration, and it was very make an order on hisorder an election to be held in said hard to induce anybody to believe that county on the 11th day of September it was a carrier of disease. Not until n the war did the 1915, directing the Sheriff of Adair people think seriously of the matter. County to advertise said election and But they had been annoying the peo- the object therefor, for at least thirty ple ever since the time of Pharoah, at days next before the day thereof, in the time of the exodus. Noah missed some paper having the largest circuthe chance of his life when he failed lation in the county and also by printto swat the two flies placed under his ed handbills posted up at not less than charge in the ark. Many have been four public places in each voting prethe devices for the killing of flies and cinct in the county and oh the courtdriving them from our kitchens and house door submitting the question dining rooms even before screens were to the legal voters. "Are you in favor of issuing one invented. One woman I knew, . mixing business with pleasure before hundred and twenty-fiv- e thousand cooking stoves became common, had dollars in bonds for the purposes of hung over the hearth where she did building roads and bridges in'said v " ,. the cooking, two boards fastened to- county? gether at thh top, hanging open at It is now ordered on the motion: bf fche- bottom, the boards baited lavishly said petitignejrs that an election be with honey. "The flies would gather held on theiith day of September in Jarge numbers betw.een.the, boards, 1915, at the several voting pTedncts ancj. the good woman would suspend in Adair county .Kentucky, 7 at .which her cooking" long enough every few the;jaestion shall be submitted to the minutes to clap the boards together, legal voters ofthe county, "Are "you and bill what was caught "between" the in "favor of Issuing and beards, and a goodly number of the: '.twenty-fiy- e thousand dollars in bonds bruised and bleeding ones would f for .the purpose of building roads and the cooking vesselSj to ieswepti nnages in tne county? into the. fire. This plan of " disposing county is directThe Sheriff of the flies, while not a coodappetiserj ed to advertise, said election and the killed many of the pests. Then came object therefor at" least 30 days next the screens, which kept them from before the day of said election in the the inside of the houses, but did not Adair County News and also by printslop the annoyance on the outside. ed hand bills posted up at not less Only a year or twp ago, in this insti- than fflur public places in each vottute, a controversy arose between two ing precinct in said county and at the members of the institute, Prog. Tur- Court-hous- e door. All legal voters of ner and Prof. Dudley, as to the length said county shall be privileged to vote of the life of the common house fly. at said election and the same oflicers Prof, Turner said that he had left a that hold the regular election shall few flies in his room, doors and win- hold this election. dows securely fastened, and on his The question, "Are you in favor of issuing.one hundred and twenty-fiv- e after, found them all dead corpses. He thought the cause thousand dollars in bonds for the pur of death was want of ventilation, but pose of building roads and bridges" Prof. Dudley said they had evidently shall be printed on the ballot as pree general election law. died from old age. He had learned scribed Given under my hand as Sheriff of from work on natural history that a fly never lived longer than two days. Adair this July 31, About this time I had made me one 1915c;- ;of these modern fly traps, in 'which! rS. H. Mitchell, caught sometimes 10,000 of a day Sheriff Adair Co., Ky. ...Concluded nest week. JKy. . ar MRS. BEAN &k,- - ., 'TELLSOF HER ONE FEAR Appetite So Ravenous Sne Is Afraid Board Bill Will Be Raised. book-directin- Spanish-America- - one-hundr- ed Louisville, Ky., Aug.I7,7-MrsLe- W wife of a ing salesman, who,, resides, witlTher mother in Bardstown, came tdXptjis villeTecently for the sole .propose jxf expressing her gratitude ibr the "remarkable accomplishments oJf,tlie new medicine, Tanlac. Shesafd: "I have been frightfully nervous and so I was short of breath and slight noises which did not for merly disturb me, upset my nerves dreadfully. If 1 Jiad any energy really didn't realize it. I took little interest in anything, and when those distressing headaches came upon me I was almost frantic. My Digestion was bad an had no appetite. "Three or four doses of Tanlac made me feel decidedly better. I have used a whole bottle of Tanlac, and am improved in every way. My digestion is better, my nerves are in an excellent; condition, and I have more color and feel stronger than I have in two or three years. Really, I have the most ravenous appetite, and I only fear is that my mother will be forced to increase my board bill." Tanlac, the premier preparation, that brought such quick relief to Mrs. Beam and thousands of others, can be obtained in Columbia at Page Ss Taylor's drug store. Adv. S, "Beam, '-- '- run-dow- n. I all-ambc- g of-sal- d - County-Kentuck- y .... ... - and Campbellsville in fine condition. If the owners of the pike will keep metal on it, there will be no -- complaints about rough traveling, as their machine keeps it smooth and level. It is the be3t road maker that has ever been introduced in this country. The Sunday schools at this place are generally well attended, but there are many who remain at home who should be in school every Sunday morning. Mr. Sam Banks is about as as usual at this time, though he has been sick off and on for more than a year. He is one of our most respected citizens, and takes a great pride in the progac-.ti- ye 1 ",t-t- i 'a -- . 2t a - -- T - . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS INSPIRATIOK OF THE COUNTY FI 4 , the daughter who hopes to reign as the custom to make a political issue queen over a happy home that longs out of it Instead of a friendly discusBy Peter Radford. for the uniform of the suffragette. It sion, to print it in a law book instead is, as a rule, the woman who despises of a newspaper and to argue it beWhen you enter the agricultural de- her home, neglects her children and fore a jury Instead of to settle it in partment of the county fair, you feel scorns motherhood that leads parades the higher courts of Common Sense. As a result, political agitators, polityour soul uplifted and your life takes and smashes windows. ical lawyers, political preachers and on a new power that is masculine women are powerful in of the soil. You are overpowered politics and dissension, selfishness, inby the grandeur and magnificence of tolerance and hysterics run Tampant the scene that is the spirit of the in public affairs, for when the low, damp, murky atmosphere of misunharvest. You can hear the voice of derstanding envelops public thought nature calling you back to the soil it breeds political reptiles, vermin, that is opportunity knocking at your bugs and lice which the pure air of door. It is a good chance to spend a truth and the sunshine of understandquiet hour in contact with the purity ing will choke to death. and perfection of nature and to sweetWe have too many en your life with its fragrance, elevate interpreters of industry who are inyour ideals with its beauty and expand capable of grasping the fundamental your imagination with its power. principles of business and who at best These products as food are fit for can only translate gossip and add Uncolor to sensational stories. No busithe gods, and as an article of com- National Farmers' Union Renders selfish Service to Agriculture. ness can stand upon error and might merce they ought to bring rules right or wrong. No Industry prices on any market in the world. can thrive upon misunderstanding, The products of the soil are teachers for public opinion is more powerful By Peter Radford. and preachers as well. Their beauty than a King's sword. gives human life its first entertainThe National Farmers' Union will When prejudice, suspicion and ment, their perfection stirs the genius hold its annual convention in Lincoln class hatred prevail, power gravitates in artists; their purity furnishes mod- Nebraska, on September seventh, and into the hands of the weak, for demaels for growth of character and their will round out the eleventh year of gogues thrive upon dissension and marvelous achievements excite our its activities in the interest of the statesmen sicken upon strife. curiosity and we inquire into the won- American plowman. When that conThe remedy lies in eliminating the vention is called to order every farm- middleman the political gossip and derful process of nature. Before leaving the parlor of agricul- er in America should pause and bow this result can be accomplished by ture where nature is parading in her his head in honor of the men gath- the managers of business sitting most graceful attire and science is ered there to render a patriotic and around the table of industry and talkclimbing the giddy heights of perfecunselfish service to agriculture. That ing it over with the people. Intertion, let us pause and take a retro- organization, bcrn in the cotton fields change of Information between indusspective view. How many of you of Texas, has grown until geograph- tries and the people is as necessary know that after these wonderful prod- ically it covers almost the whole of to success in business as interchange ucts are raised, they can seldom be the United States and economically in commodities, for the people can marketed at a profit? Take the blush- it deals with every question in which only rule when the public undering Elberta, for example they twere the welfare of the men who bare stands. Away with political interpretfed to the hogs by the carload last their backs to the summer sun are ers who summon evil spirits from year. The onion the nation's favorite involved. It has battled for a better thtlr prison cells and loose them to vegetable every year rots by the J marketing system, rural credits, cheap prey upon the welfare of the people acre in the Southwest for want of a money, diversification, scientific pro in the name of "My Country." market and as a result hundreds of duction, agricultural legislation and farmers have lost their homes. Cot- has carried on its work of education ton nature's capitalist often goes and cooperation In season and out. begging on the market at less than The Farmers' Educational and Co",--. cost of production. operative Union of America brings It is greaf fo wander through the the question of organization squarely exhibits while the band is playing before every farmer in this nation. Philip, the Macedonian king, while "Dixie" and boast of the marvelous Without organization the farmers can drowsy with wine was trying a case fertility of the soil and pride ourselves neither help themselves nor be helped and the prisoner after entenco was on our ability science, but by others and through organization pronounced, exclaimed, "I appeal. it is also well to remember that there and systematic effort all things are "And to whom do you appeal?" inis a market side to agriculture that possible. quired the astonished monarch. "I does not reflect its hardships in the The farmers of the United States appeal from Philip drunk to Philip exhibits at a county fair. contribute more and get less from Bober," replied the prisoner, and the government than any other class of king granted the request and at a rebusiness. They have better securities hearing gave the prisoner his liberty. and pay a higher rate of interest The people drowsy with the wine of than any other line of Industry. They discord ofttimes pronounce a verdict UNIVERSAL PEAG market more products and have less on public questions which they reverse to say In fixing the price than any In their more calm and deliberate moother business and they get more ments. The next best thing to make political buncombe and less construc- hig no mistakes is to correct them. This nation is now in the midst of a controversy as to how best to prcn tive legislation tnan any" other class ' mote universal peace. That question of .people. The farmers can only If You . such influence la business, in diplomats Jo diswe will leave for aretroubled with heartburn; gases and cuss, but peace within nations Is no government and in economics as will a distressed feeling after eating take a less Important than peace between enable them to share equitably the jiations and it is heavily laden with fruits of their labor through organizaprosperity for every citizen within tion and every farmer on American soil who desires to help himself and our commonwealth before and after each meal andyou will should rally Many leading politicians and ofttlmes his fellow plowmen obtainprcmptrelief.Soldonlybyus,25o political platforms have declared war around the Union. Paull Drug Co. upon business and no cabinet crisis ever resulted. Many men have stood in high places and hurled "gas bombs" at industry; thrust bayonets into business enterprises and bombarded agParty riculture with indifference. leaders have many times broken dipVI F. C. lomatic relations with industry; sent political aviators spying through the On The Advantages of Free Ports affairs of business, and political subMr. F. C. Howe, Federal Commissioner of Immigramarines have sent torpedoes crushing tion, who is one of the best American authorities on into the destiny of c&nmerce. Durmarine commerce, in discussing the relation of free ing the past quarter of a century we ports to the development of sea trade said in part: have fought many a duel with prog"Ships will go hundreds of miles out of their way ress, permitted many politicians to to avoid ports surrounded by a tariff wall. The only 'carry on a guerrilla warfare against way, therefore, for a country with a tariff to compete civilization and point a pistol at the in the shipping world with a free trade country is to lieart of honest enterprise. No man should be permitted to cry establish free ports at strategical points along its coast out for universal peace until his recline. Germany has done so, and in a comparatively ord has been searched for explosives, short period has built up a carrying trade which before 'for no vessel armed or laden with the war was seriously threatening England's supremacy. 'munitions of war should be given Hamburg, one of the three German free ports, now ranks as the second to sail for the port of greatest seaport in the Ro'-ld-, its total foreign commerce in 1913 being only Peace. Let us by all means ?6,000,000 under that of New York. The free port would offer great opportunity for financial operations, now itave peace, but peace, like charity, made possible by the recent currency act. It would stimulate International should begin at home. banking, and would tend to shift the financial center of tho world to this country. And America, by the logic of events, has become the natural center for the world's financing, just as London became that center several centuries ago, when It shifted from the cities of the Netherlands. But the financial JBRASPIN6 ST THE SHADOW center will only move to this country when it becomes a clearing house of goods as well as of money. For credit the world over is created by currently created wealth in transit or .change so that even our financial expansion is dependent upon the opening up of American ports to the clearance of the wealth of the world. A port should not operate to yield a return on the inNo man especially if he is married would deny woman any right vestment, but to develop the prosperity of the country."theIn recapitulating free port in deshe demands. Take the earth and the advantages, Mr. Howe brings out the importance of veloping our shipping, and linking us with South America, Asia and Africa, give us peace, but why does woman and then concludes: long for the ballot? "The most important gain is the direct gain to America. It will cheapen When all is said and done, is not commodities by bringing great quantities of goods to our doors for Importation the selection of the butcher more im- or export, as trade needs deraand. It will stimulate the growth of exporting portant to the home than the election houses, which can hold geolfs for an Indefinite period without the payment of of a mayor; Is not the employment of tariff dues (often equal to the cost of the article itself) for disposal to meet the dairyman a far more important the trade demands of the whole world. It will upbuild international credit, event in the life of the children than and shift to America an increasing and ultimately a predominant share in tfio appointment of a postmaster; is international exchange. Finally, to be of not the selection of books for the Its seacoasts America is the natural country Is the the counter all the world. face every other continent; it greatest of reservoirs family library more important than of raw materials and foodstuffs. In iron and steel and standardized producvoting bonds for jail and court house? tion It is in a position to compete with the world. But international trade "Why does woman lay asid,e the im(and this is always overlooked) must be reciprocal. It cannot be portant hings in lifeT Why leave the and credit balances cannot for any prolonged period be paid in gold. They can only be paid byt excfrapgg of wealth." aibstance and gralp at the shadow? it said to'tfie credit of woman-hoo- d that it is not, asr a rule, the POLITICAL GOSSIPS woman who rocks the cradle that wants to cast the ballot; it is not the mother who teaches her children When one class of people has anyto say "Now I lay me down to sleep" that harangues the populace; it is not thing to say, it has become largely Be I A Remedy No Family Should Do Without No matter how healthy a human it is safe to say that i many months are passed without jme obstruction of the bowels, in other ords, constipation, even only temorary. The bloating, the Ifdull feeling-ay start after the evening meal. If a txatlve is not taken that night it is ertaln that sleep will not be sound, -- sa you will awaken unrefreshed. Hence, it Is important for you and all the members of your family thatfor a cood, reliable laxative be always kept in the house for just such emergency. It is sure to be needed, and when needed ou want it at hand. No family that is areful of its health can do without such a remedy. But the question of which emedy to have on hand is also of ast Importance. Th laxative most highly recommended by the majority of intelligent Americans as beinr best for babies and grownups is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- clng: may be - ANNUAL MEETIN -- OF AMERICAN PLOWMEN LL't'v WELL mild, effective on robust siven wlth safety to ? infant. S5?. Children these gentle qualities like it because of pleasant to the taste. and because it is remedy yoa rnithf,.ihfb.lst n? tL ffiS, lt? 1??use for aQy disorder -- . or? ,WAi many people like R. H. Morgan, Price, j.c.1... uuu jirs. xi. yj. La.iason, wart-rac- e. ,. . Tenn.. sav thw wnuM without the as without Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. . . 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"I sell more of it than of any other preparaCol. Roosevelt 13 making tions of like character. I have used it myself and found lb gave me more " speeches again rbut hasn't said relief than anything else I have ever -. tried for the same purpose." Obtainmuch. Ad. able at Paull Drug Co. - know how to make his wife comforta-6le- . Charitable people were interested in tho case, so "that fresh bedding1 Frequent and food were provided. visits from, the nurse haye helped in making this old consumptive woman as comfortable a"s possible In. her last days. "Without the care of the.nurso she might have been a menace to her neighbors. not sufficient money to provide good food or clean clothing, nor did he Beggars of Costa R za. One day a v. eo the Lessors of Costa Rica are privileged chaMUftersthat Is, on Tnasday tney are allowed to shop t shop. It is the custom, for business hooses to prepare for tho weekly visit of the mendicants and to hand over to them small coins or articles of little value. In some Instances where merchandise is given away the beggars peddle it about the poorer quarters and so earn a few cents apiece. beg-froi- u Recommends Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. w-THE ADAIR COUNTY:NEWS Kentucky Fair Dates ! J J J J J J J J J J S j Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Black-Draught," ! re- - I have BLAck-DraugH- T It is interesting to watch the forces All Classes of Dental work done. Crow of civilization battling for supremacy. Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. The struggle now going on between the rubber and the iron tire promises to All Work Guaranteed be the liveliest contest of the Twentieth Century. Office over G. W. Lowe's The struggle is a silent one and there are no war correspondents to Shoe Store write vivid descriptions of the conflict but the results are more to present and future genJ. B. Stone J. H. Stone erations than the war of Europe. The rubber tire has been maneuvering for point of attack for several & years and has captured a few unimportant positions in traffic, but it has Attoney-At-Lanow pitched a decisive battle with in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- milIts iron competitor by hurling a q Will praclicelm lion "jitneys" at the street railways ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar and the battle is raging from ocean ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, to ocean. this and adjoining counties. Upon the result of the struggle depends the future of the e reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. rubber tire. If it is compelled to reJamstown, Kentucky : If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- - 41 treat, its doom is sealed, but if it wins the battle it will revolutionize the Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e transportation methods of this nation. years of splendid success proves its value. Good for If the rubber tire conquers the street traffic its next struggle Is with young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. the railroads of the country, and then Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist the greatest battle between economic forces ever fought out on the face Eye Specialist of this earth is on, for iron is the unPOISONOUS SNAKES. disputed master in transportation, and Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals They Are Absolutely Proof Against vi fortified behind billions of dollars, Sftd millions of men. Their Own or Other Venom. 1 Stephenson applied the steel tiro Office at Residence, mile of town, on Snake venom is a transparent fluid, Jamestown road. yellowish In color and of about the to an iron rail in 1814, but it was 1869 consistency of human saliva. When before the golden spike was driven Phone 114 G. Promontory Point, which bound dried it takes the form of flaky yellow at country Columbia, Ky. the together wfth bands of crystals. In this shape or dissolved in steel. It took the iron tire fifty-fiv- e alcohol or glycerin it will remain unyears to creep from ocean to ocean, altered and will preserve its poisonous B Business Pho el3"A Saldence Phone-1properties for an indefinite period. No but the rubber tire while warm from the creative mind of the Inventive satisfactory chemical analysis has ever genius sped across the continent like been made of it, but it seems to be a an arrow N. shot from the bow of Ulys- DR. very complex albuminous compound. ses. The roadbed was already preA curious discovery"""recently made Is pared and power of that the blood of venomous serpents is the rubber therein lies the iron, for IDENTIST tire over that of itself poisonous, containing as it does government builds and maintains the the principles that are concentrated in public highway. Office, Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g of the venom glands. Economy Woven Wire Fence is durable Fence the secretion snakes are themselves ab- But iron is a stubborn metal and Venomous up Stairs. it has mastered every that solutely venom proof. Rattlesnakes turns; has fought battles wheel every cheap, quick dosed by injection with large quantiA long felt for farmers who with element above and beneath the earth - Kentucky ties of their own or other venom have and has never tasted the wormwood Columbia, and satisfactory fence. shown not the slightest ill effects. An- of defeat, and when rubber hurls its other remarkable fact is that serpent full force against this monarch of venom is harmless to human beings or the Mineral Kingdom, it may rebound NOTE THE PRICE. other animals if taken internally. The to the factory stunned beyond recovlate Dr. S. Weir Mitchell found that ery. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c General Blacksmithlng of a drop of rattlesnake The rubber tire first made its appoison would kill a pigeon if given by pearance on the bicycle, but it proved (i " 18c hypodermic Injection, but a pigeon fed a frivolous servant and was dismissed Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly " 7 " 6 " " 26 " " with six drops a day for three succes- for incompetency. It has always been done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specla sive days suffered not at all in conse- too much inclined to revel in luxury attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and " 20c " 8 " 6 " " 32 " " quence. to be taken seriously as a utility mak Professor Mangili, a pioneer investi- chine and its reputation is not one to " 18c satisfaction Guaranteed. " 8 '"- - 9 " " 32 " " gator in this line, had an assistant inspire confidence in heavy traffic Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot' it " 22ic who boldly swallowed all the venom performance. " 9 " 6 " " 39 " " that could be extracted from four large But to those who care to waft into PHONE NO.J75 n it " 20c Vipers. No bad effect followed. The dreamland, it is enchanting to note " 9 " 9 " " 39 " " same negative result was noted by that there will be a marvelous differPARSON, Professor Balrd, at that time secretary ence between a rubber and an iron Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. Campbellsvilie, Ky at the Smithsonian institution, who ate age. The rubber tire will scatter the the venom glands of a rattlesnake. As cities throughout the valleys for with In Buy'now before advance. We have 30,000 rods recently ascertained, serpent venom be- transportation Itat every man's door, why a city? will traverse the consuch circumstances 13 harmless, cause it cannot pass through the mu- tinent with a net work of Macadam subjectjto your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as cous membrane that lines the stomach, highways as beautiful as the bouleand it undergoes changes during di- vard built by Napoleon. It will parto Quality and Price. gestion that aflow It to enter the blood alyze the law making bodies of this as an innocuous substance. Every nation for how could the legislatures DENTIST run without the railroads to operate Celebrated ThornhiH Week. A full, Complete stock of ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. Mrs. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without 9 9 J 9 9 9 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: Shepherdsyille, Aug. 174 days Lawrenceburg, Aug. 174 days Columbia, Aug. 174 days Stanford, Aug. 183 days Eminence, Aug. 193 days Ewing, Aug. 193 days. London, Aug. 24 1 days Nicholasville, Aug. 243 days Elizabethtown, Aug. 243 days Shelbyville, Aug. 244 days Germantown, Aug. 254 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 4 days Pennyroyal-HopkinsvillSept. 27 6 days. Glasgow, Sept. 294 days Adairville, Sept. 303 days Cave City, Oct. 4- 6 days days Murray, Oct. THE BATTLE OF HENRY W. DEPP, DENTISTi Am permanently located in Co lumbia. THE TIRES Agricultural and Commercial Press Service! J J far-reachi- 14 Stone Stone, J 5 13 73 75 w e, J J 5 5 J 9 64 - L. H. Jones Special Notice ! Greensburg, Ky. Woodson Lewis want a light want a J. MURRELL Notice to the Public one-four- th JEFF the Dr. James Triplett OVER PAUTiT! DRUG CO. the on? Wagons. 'Satisf action, or your money back." ing, both Don'tjforget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth- - at old prices. We 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. Survey ing C. Landowners Attention. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON First have ready several bits of clean, soft old flannel cloth, some sklmmilk and a piece of old castile soap. Pull the gloves out straight and lay them flat on a folded towel. Dip a piece of the flannel into the sklmmilk, rub It on the soap and begin washing the gloves, rubbing toward the finger tips. When the flannel' shows signs of being soiled throw It Into warm water t soak and take a fresh piece. Work all over tho gloves in this way until the flannel shows no sign of dirt; then wring out a piece of clean flannel in the milk, but with no soap, and wash the gloves over again. Then they should be left between the folds of a fresh towel until the next day. The gloves will probably look awful when yon uncover them, but put them on your hands and they will return tp their original shepe and color and, if you have done the work well, will look ' almost as good as new. Pearl Barley Pudding. Pearl barley is one of the cereak. that is not much used except for thickening soups, but if used with apples and baked it makes a most nourishing pudding. Wash half a cupful of pearl barley and leave it in water overnight In the morning put it In a saucepan on the back of the stove pint of water and a slice of with lemon peel and let it simmer until within an hour of serving; then pour the barley Into a deep baking dish, pare, core and quarter three apples, stir them In with half a cupful of sugar, a tableepoonful of butter and fill up the dish with xnflk. Bake la a aoOerate ovea for an hour and servo wttU cream. . . Restoring Kid Gloves. FEDERAL INDUSTRIAL Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE SO. OFFICSl PHON1 II COMMISSION T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e Er Special years !0jRV C&tt&el Attnetfn to Eyes experience. Charges rea- eonable. "" Phone 74 or write Columbia, Ky. T. f . Faulkner,!' Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LICATIIN-NEA- IEI lOUET EESIKKCE MIOtKSYlLLE ST1EET. Peter Radford. The recent Investigation of the United States Commission of Industrial Relations brought together the extremes of society and has given the public an opportunity to view .the representatives of distinct classes, side by side, and to study their views in parallel columns. Capital and labor have always been glaring at each other over gulfs of misunderstanding and if the Federal Industrial Commission attempts to bridge the chasm, it will render the public a distinct service. The farmer has been sitting on the fence watching capital and labor fight for many years and incidentally furnishing the sinews of war and it is quite gratifying to find them talking with, instead of about, each other. When honest men smile and look Into each other's souls, it always makes the world better and far more satisfactory to the farmer, who In the end, bears the burden of conflict, than resolutions, speeches or pamphlets containing charges and countercharges. The love for justice makes the whole world kin". Understanding is an arbiter far more powerful than the mandates of government, for there Is no authority quite so commanding as an honest conscience; there is no decree quite bo binding aa that of the. Supreme Court of CoMaaon Sense and no sheriff can keep thajpeace quite so MHfeci pjff By TIN WORK. to do any kind of Tin Eooflng, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythinG in my line or repair work in tin or sheet iron.' Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. "Work, I am prepared S. E. Bridgwaters, War is ridding England of her tramps and its. making a tramp out of Europe. Tne Cletk Guaranteed It, "A customer came into my store the other day and said to one of my clerks, 'have you anything that will cure dl arrhoea?' and my clerk went and got him a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemesy, and said to him, 'if this does not cure yon, I will not charge you a cent for it.' So ho took it home and came back in a day or two and said he was cured," writes J. H. Berry & Co , Salt Creek, Va. Obtainable a PaullDrag Co. r v 'i SjpW "?lf K 7 p ?THE ABAIRIGOUNTY NEWS Ui 5 i'v. 7-Z- T Gradyville. We will meet you at the Co lumbia Fair. We had a fine rain last Wednesday. W. C. Hill attended the camp meeting, at Mell several days of last week. Tj, Davis, of Portland, was in last Thursday. our-midsf- c "Uncle GHarlie.Yates attended court at Columbia last Monday. 'Strong Hill is putting in a new mill at Price's Creek. Mrs. Sallie Sherrill spent sev(Continued from page 4 ) eral days of last week, visiting WAR SITUATION. relatives, in the Milltown community. Houston, Tex. Aug. 12 Gov, W. B. Hill, Austin Wilmore and Ed Hill spent last Sunday in Ferguson, of Texas, last night telegraphed President Wilson, Columbia. nis courts, basket ball floor, track, etc. 1. Boys and Girls are under our personal asking him to double the number Dr. J. A. Yates, of Edmonton, ; troops now on duty in care at allitimes. 5. Thorough courses. Our graduates enter was in our midst a day or so of of Federal New brick dormitories, electrics lights, the Rio Grand valley. He says the best colleges and universities last week. ." water works, baths, and steam-hea- t. ; without conditions are "perilous and Rev. W. C. Christie is holding grave." 3. Location Healthful and b'eautiful. :'J ;'c 6. Good moral and religious, influences. but a series of meetings at Summer-shad- e Ferguson, in the tele Gov. not secterian. .4- - Ten .acre campusgopd athletic fieTd, ten- church at this time. :We gram citi recit'es'the fact that " .COURSES: understand there'fs great Ex- Training, NprmaiVlfitermediate, Primary, Book-keepizens are murdered and property f '" rnioiii1 ,z s iwoaiuii, looted arid continues: "" ."C t "' Gur people ' have put in the a'3Varitages,vttti'ithe-bes.feanrIThe 'offenders iare-- 'mostly !Cbmpar"e our our r,ates yith the lowest. its riw.i most of the time for the' past Mexicans' f romcross' the border yejs rv "j"r vr ' '.if et &i few days iri working the road's and only a fewfe;America'n'cit-izens- . 'Zr -- 33 mb " afr m all directions going? outKf rom -Columbia," Ky. s.:' r ' i'"- this place. "I have increased our ranger J. F. Pendleton, of iGre forces almost to the maximum Uncle Mit Monday .is a very Several from this place attend; "South of the Niemen 'troops was here a day' or so of and yet, on account of the great belonging to thearmy of Oen. sick man and has been for sev- ed the institute. last week buying sheep and cat- area of disturbed districts it is Eichhora repulsed with sanguina- eral days. Miss Annie Bloyd visited the tle at the market price. Mr. doubtful if I can longer control ry losses an attack begun by the Messrs. Ryan and Raley, of Misses Morgan last Sunday. Pendleton is a liberal buyer and the situation. I do not overdraw enemy with strong forces in the Marion Gounty, were in this School is progressing nicely our people like to sell him their the picture when I say that a enemy left tion a few days agolSIooking for section. The under the management of Miss stock. reign of terror exists on the Mex- 700 prisoners in our hands. mules. Don't think they bought Cora Kelsey. On last Sunday, on the banks ican border and that an unbut a few. Elford Hadley, of Louisville, Many Persons Taken. of Russell creek in Portland, usual occurrance now would cause A series of meetings will comis visiting his parents thi3 week. gathered over five hundred peo- a disastrous invasion of Texas t mence at this place September 2. ple, to witness the baptism ad from Mexico." Miss Willia Petty, who has "The army of Gen., von cholz Jo S. Beard is Jogging his timThomas Fowler, owner of the captured tha .bridgehead, at ministered to seventeen candibeen confined to her room with ber on a yardmeariiisJiome. dates, by Rev. Sanders, of the only store at "Katherine, Willacy Wiznia and Walnlmd threw the fever, will be out in a few days. Road working from here to county, reported that a band of enemy back across the River Baptist church. Mr. Lloyd and wife, of Little thirty or moire Mexicans made an Gaz. South of the Narew since the river is in progress and has Quite a number from here at Lenox, , was visiting relatiyes been for the last three weeks. TKey attack on thVstore the 8th this army has captured tended the sale of W. C. Yates A series of meetings closed here a few days ago. were surprised by the return" of; 4,950 prisoners, including eleven property at Portland, We unlast Sunday night at Christie's Rugby. derstand that everything brought their fire from twelve United officers, and captured' twelve maChapel, conducted by the Rev. States Infantrymen who had chine guns. its full value. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Perryman with several Yate3 will remove to Campbells-- : been stationed in the store and "The army of Gen. von GalL-wi- additions. Mr. T. J. Rossen has been in the Mexicans quickly retired to ville at once. Zambrowa '"by storm, took very feeble health for some time. cover and escape. It is thought penetrated further in an The camp meeting on the and n J. Q. Alexander, the Rev. H. T. Jesse's wife has Ridge about 4 miles from this two of the bandits were injured. easterly direction by way of dry goods man of place will commence August 27. been very low with kidney troubBerlin, Aug. 12 (via London, was in our midst a day Austro-Germa- n S. S. Goode, of Roley, has le, but is better now. 4:35 p. m.). Georgievsk Nowo "Before or so of last week and as usual Myrtle, T. J. Thompson's little him an auto and taking forces pursuing the Russians who had a good business on his trip. there is nothing new. One of girl, has hip joint disease, and are retreating from the Warsaw dropped bombs on some pleasant rides. "" Alfred Parson sold, last week, salient have occupied Lukow, ac our airships John Arnold sold a oalf to Eb the doctors think she will never Bialystok. one of the finest calves that ev- cording to official announcement the railway station at be any better. were ob- Mann for $21.00. er went out of town, for $30. It by the German headquarters staff Extensive explosions Our Sunday School is progressDavid Harden sold one calf to served. was a perfect model in every rebeen Zambrowo also has ing nicely under F. A. Strange "The army of Prince Leopold Jesse Sapo for $15.00. spect. R. L. Caldwell, of n captured, the statement adds.' as Superintendent. of Bavara continued pursuit of John Parker sold one calf to was the purchaser. The text of the statement folYour scribe, J" A. Rosson, Evin the enemy and while continually C. M. Bault for $12.00. W. L. Grady bought an extra lows: Several from this place at Roberts and F. A. Strange, all engaged in rear guard fighting fine yearling colt last week from theater of war: In crossed the Muckhawaka section. tended the Methodist camp of this place, attended institute "Western Jesse Breeding, of the Nell com- the Argonne, north of meeting at Acton. at Columbia. Lukow has been occupied. munity, for $150. We must say we captured a French armv of Gen. von Mack-- There is hardlya day but there Mrs. Thompson Hayes is very here that L. H. Fielders has one group of fortified positions and "The down is an auto from someplace comes low at this, writing with live ensen Having broken of the finest colts that we have took seventy-fou- r unwounded f fortified enemy positions into our town. trouble and a complication of ever had in this section of coun- prisoners, including two officers. strongly r fighting, the Rus Uncle Billy Monday and aunt try. It is a perfect model in ev- We also captured two machine after sharp began a retreat during the Bettie Knifley, two of the oldest ery respect. It will certainly guns and seven mine throwers. sians Mr. Ollie Morrison and Mrs. night along the entire front be- - people in this section, are very Georgia Stotts of Bliss, visited make you open your eyes when The enemy suffered heavy losses. tween tne Dug anu jroieu.cw active for people of their age be at T. J. Rossons Wedneiday you see him on exhibition at the "During an engagement in ing about 86 years old. ' Columbia fair next week. W. night of La Hara-trenches northeast Knifley. L. Grady, a fine judge of horsea zes a few prisoners fell into our Several from here attend U Inroad. says it is the finest one ever in the apple peeling at Baker Jeshands. The remainder of the part of old Adair. Be sure necuDants fled, leaving behind Plenty of rain and corn filling Farmers are through ' thresh- se's Thursday night this nicely. Pastures continue good. ing wheat. Say wheat crop is and see him at the fair and be forty killed. The schools around here art t "convinced. There, are more sheep 'buyers not much good. '"Eastern heater of war: In all the best in years. in this section than there are Miss Vena Turner, who :haa We had a very quiet election Courland and Samogitia (govern Another rain or twe.aad .wa to" sell. Why don't tne been sick, is getting along, here and all are perfectly satis- ment of Kovno,) the stuation is sheep will make lots of corn kera. farmers raise more sheep? fied with tke result. We are that unchaaced. ". kind of Democrats in this section. Whoever' the grand old party says is the strongest man, that is the one we all will support just as heartily as if we had got our choice and it is the same way in our school election. When the mist i3 cleared away and the announcement is made of the one that received the majority of our voters, we are all for him and will help him in all of his undertakings for a good teacher arid a good school. That is the kind of people we are in this neck of the wood9. Lindsey-Wilso- n A Training Safe Place to Put Your Children Schoof . V . : TERM OPENS SEPT. 6, 1915. r V interest-man- ng ifested. : '''. '"'' d ' MOSS CHANDLER, -- ens-bur- g, sec-Dvi- na x . -- to-da- y.. tz well-know- An-drocho- Camp-bellsvill- e, Psht I to-da- y. 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