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T ii xu uoeaience to a call of the Hond uius vanzant, Chairman of tffe State Central Committee, the DemThe biggest opening thus far for the ocrats Adair Co., met in the Court Columbia Graded and High Schools House in Columbia, KyM atone o'clock was Monday morning, Aug., the 30th. on August 28th, for the purpose of Two hundred and twenty-fiv- e enrolled selecting delegates to be sent to the their names for work. About 30 platform convention to be held at parents, patrons and citizens were Louisville, Xy., on August 31st, 1915. present. The meeting called to order by Judge The school met for chapel exercises Rollin Hurt, and the purpose of the in the new Gym, which has just been meeting stated, after which J. R. Gar-ne- tt completed. Bro. Bush conducted the was elected permanent chairman chapel exercises and made a splendid of the convention and J R. Tutt, Jr. talk to the school. Excellent talks elected Secretary. A motion was were also made by Judge Baker, Mr. made and seconded that a committee Horace Jeffries, Miss Mary Grissom, be appointed on resolutions, by the MissSallie Ray Marcum, Mrs. Ray chairman,- whereupon the chairman Montgomery, J. A. English, Judge appointed the fo lowing committee. Hancock, Earry Denver, and others Judge Rollin Hurt, J. B. Coffey, H. including members of the Alumni of D. Murray, Dr. W. F. Oartwright and the High School. C. G Jeffries, The committee then This is the seventh year of the retired and after due consideration as school. The first year of the school follows: there were just one hundred and We, the undersigned committee on twenty-fiv- e enrolled the first day. resolutions respectfully report as fol- This year there were exactly 105 lows. more than that number. There Be it resolved, that the following is also this year the greasest number Democrats be appointed delegates to we have yet had in high.school. The the State convention to be held at people of Adair county are becoming Louisville, on Aug., 31st 1915, and awakened to the advantages their that said delegates go uninstructed children have and are having them further than that they be instructed enter high school. The school has as to vote as a unit on all questions aris- strong a faculty this year as it ever ing in said convention. has had, if not the strongest. ProsJudge Rollin Hurt, J. B. Coffey, pects are bright for the best year of Walker Bryant, W. T. Ottley, Rev. F. the school. A. Hamilton, R. L. Campbell, W. H. Gill, T. P. Dunbar, Elzy Young, James Base Bail. Young, R. K. Young, W. B. Rowe, J. W. Flowers, Gordon Montgomery, H. A. Walker. Austin Wilmore, Elmer Columbia and' Greensburg crossed campus Keen, Dr. Harlan Simpson, Dr. X. W. bats on the Lindsey-WilsoGeorge Atkins, Silas Cain, Saturday, with Judd, Young and Scott, as batteries for Columbia, James Mercer, Titus Mercer, Dr. E. Vaughan, Penick and "Vaughan doing Atkinson, Ray Page, T. I, Smith, H. A. Murrell. Steve Goode, the stunt for Greensburg, resulting in George Walker Emmett Goode, Welby a victory for Columbia to the tune of Ellis, John Corniel, Ben Evans, I. C. six to five. The game was very spirBreeding, J. S. Breeding, John Beard, ited, and up to the sixth inning stood Irvin Blair, Fayette Bryant, Collie five to one in favor of the visitors, Murrell, James Bryant, Thomas Pow- when the Columbia team forged ahead ell, Bert Epperson, Bryan Miller, Al- with a batting rally that won the bert Johnson, Robert Taylor, G. L. game. The Greensburg team is comRosenbaum, F. A. Lewis, Mannie posed of a bunch of manly boys who Kemp, N. M. Tutt, James Garnett, play the game in true sportsmanlike W. H. Wilson, Sam Mitchell, T. E. manner, willing to let honors go to Jeffries, Finas Rosenbalm, Clint whom honor is due, and there was a Smith, Horace Jeffries, G. A. Kemp, marked absence of the ugly temper J. D. Lowe, H. D. Murray, J. H. Goff, and unpleasantness that sometimes J. F. Montgomery, A. G. Todd, J. R. is seen at such contests. . Garnett, Ed Willis, John Morrison, Strayed. Horace Walker, L. C. Winfrey, R H. Price, J. N. Conover, William Stotts, P. P. Dunbar, Heck Leach, Ray There is a sandy colored sow shoat Montgomery, Dr. W. F. Cartwright, at my place, crop off right ear and E. A. Waggener, Bob Reynold's, split in left ear,' Owner can get same Champ Butler, Ed Cheatham, George Ty paying for feed and this ad. Cneatham, J. L. Walker, Tom Holla-daJ. T. Fletcher. W. G. Holladay, L. O. Taylor, W. F. If eat, Matthew Taylor, J. H. Pelly, Will Flowers, C G. Jetf ries, Melvln Special Netice To Columbia Folks. Conover, Henry Hurt, F. H. "Winfrey, Wa'vvish xo announce' we are' exC. S. Harris, John A. Harris, George clusive Columbia agents-fothe simHunn, G. H. Nell, Frank Garrisen, ple mixture of buckthorn bark, glyc- W. H. Eubank, Harry Shearer, J. R. erine, etc., known as Alder-i-ka- . This Tutt Jr., Albia Murray, W. C. Mur- remedy, used successfully for. appen- rell, Ben Conover, Burton Yates, Rr dieltis, is the most THOROUGH bow P.Browning, J. A. Willis, W. W. el cleanser we ever sold. It is so.pow-er- f Dickenson, Forest Willis, Dr. S. P. ul that ONE SPOONFUL frelieves Miller, F. A. Strange, N. B. Kelsey, almost ANY CASE of constipation, Henry Hudson, Jack Young, C. Royse, sour or gassy stomaeh. Alder-1-k- a J. F. Reynolds, Josh Butler, Jas. A. never gripes, is safe to use and the Young, William Mckinley and every INSTANT action is surprising. other good Democrat in Adair county The Paull Drug Company. who desires to attend. On motion Adv. the above resolutions were adopted. Remember Haag Shows will be here There being no further business, on next Saturday. motion the convention was adjourned. n Dul-worth Interest and Principle Due at End of Each Year. 1st Year. 8131 250 2nd Year 129 323 30 Amount Due at End of Each Year After Payment of 30c. on $100. Resulting in the Death of Rev. Isaac A. Story, a Baptist Minister. $123 165 05 121 233 35 119 215 31 117 091 12 114 860 73 112 518 82 110 059 81 107 477 85 104 766 79 101 920 IS 93 931 24 95 792 85 92-- 497 64 89 037 57 85 404 50 81 5S9 78 77 534 30 73 378 57 68 962 55 64 325 73 59 457 07 54 334 97 48 966 77 43 330 16 37 411 72 31 197 35 24 672 27 17 820 93 10 626 02 3 072 37 0 y, When a boy or girl goes through the common school branches once, they should not be required to do what Is called tread mill school work by going over the same work again. Send them to a new school where new surroundings and associates will give them renewed interest and ambition. The Lindsey-Wilso- n Training School at Columbia, Ky., is a safe place for -- them. Gane Valley charge will bo held The .fourth quarterly meeting for 17. at MilltownSept., W. Fi.Hogard. Remember the great Haag Show, will exhibit here next Saturday. If you are a lover of amusement be sure to be preeeet. See the sweet parade aexb Saturday t 1 o'cloek p. m., Mr. L. W. Bennett took a . leadof week-- .Heal- -- - . . wr hara to Market last m VL V $o:boekoai 3rd Year 127 300' 26 4th Year 125 176, 07 5th Year 122 915 68 6th Year 120 603 77 7th Year 118 144 76 Last Sunday a very sad accident oc8th Year 115 562 80 curred near Glenville, Adair county, resulting in the death of Rev. Isaac 9th Year 112 851 74 A, Story, well known to the people of 10th Year 110 005 13 this and adjoining counties. For the 11th Year 107 016 19 past six months he had been a citizen 12th Year 103 877 80 "J of Columbia, and had commenced the 13th Year 100 5S2 59 97 122 52 11th Year publication of a Baptist magazine. 93 48s) 45 On Saturday he left Columbia, going 15th Year S9 674 73 to Russell county. He was driving a 16th Year : 85 669 25 young horse, and on his return, and 17th Year 81 463 52 while near Glenville, the backing 18fch Year strap broke, scaring tne animal and 19th Year 77 047 50 he kicked the dashboard from the ve- 20th Year 72 420 68 2lst Year 67 542 02 hicle. The old gentleman in attempting to extricate himself from the bug- 22nd Year 62 429 92 57 051 72 gy was kicked twice in the head 23rd Year 51 415 11 Year crushing his skull. He fell from the, 2lth 45 496 67 buggy, and in a short time was found 25th Year J in a dying condition on the road side. 26th Year 39 232 30 He was picked up and carried to a 27th Year 32 757 22 25 905 82 farm house where he died in a few 28th Year 18 710 97 29th Year hours. 11 157 32 Mr. Story was a native of Clinton 30th Year 3 225 99 county, bjrn and reared near Albany, 31st Year Leaving to which place his body was conveyed for interment. He was seventy-tw- o Above in this issue of The News half way, so we conclude that that years old. When the Civil war broke we give a table of figures showing how "bugaboo" may be diminished from out he entered the Federal army a levy of 30 cents tax on the hundred the minds of the people. and served as a valiant soldier dollars will wipe out the $125,000 proIf we undertake this matter and throughout the war. When hostil- posed bond issue in 31 years, leaving a vote the bonds, it will enable us to ities ceased he commenced to preach, balance of over 84,000. command two hundred and fifty thouand was a regular Baptist minister This estimate is made on the pres- sand dollars for the building of pikes for many years. His untimely death ent assessed value of the taxable prop- which we are reliably informed are bebrought expressions of sorrow from erty in the county, viz: $2,694,985.00. ing built over as rough, if not rougher many who knew him well. 30 Cents on the hundred dollars brings country than ours, at a cost of 81,250 Dr. S. P. Miller was the attending in, each year, S8,084 95. This calcula- to $1,500 per mile Aveeage. Take the physician. , tion is made as though the bonds were latter figures and we can build on all the main roads and have money left: When traveling out of Columbia, all issued at one time, when, as a matget W. B4 Wilson's prices before you ter of fact, they will only be issued For instance, the Stanford road, 20 from time to time, when the proceeds mile. hire a rig. f are needed which will reduce the total Casey Creek road, from Cheatham's to be paid in interest perhaps 20 or 30 bridge, 16 miles. BrownMurray Wedding. Campbellsville road, 10 miles. thousand dollars. At least enough Greensburg road, 8 miles. will be saved in this way to pay the Glasgow road, 15 miles. One of the prettiest home weddings cost of collecting the tax. Also in this Milltown road, branching -- off ?at. of the season took place at the home calculation we make the county pay of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Standish, on all the interests on the bonds while it Union Church, 4 miles. Keltner from Grady ville, 6 miles. Wednesday, July 23, 1915; when their is a fact that the State pays half the Burkesville road, 15 miles. niece, Miss Annie M. Brown, was unit- interest which makes this calculation Jamestown road, 10 miles. ed in marriage to Mr. William H. over sixty thousand dollars too much, Falrplay road from forks on JamesMurray, in the presence of the imme- but we thought best to calculate safetown road, 10 miles. diate family. The Rev. E. M. Owings, ly so that if there is any change from of Lincoln, oficiating..-r-T- he Western these figures it will be in favor of the Glensfork and Crocus from Holla-day'- s, 8 miles. Wave, (Wave,. Neb.) county. The present assessed value Russell Springs from lower bridge, Tra-bu- e of the county is lower than Miss Brown is. niece of Mrs it is likely Shearer, pf near Columbia. to be for a long time to come as the 12 miles. Somerset road from- Ozark, 10 miles. value of property in the total is gradu Total estimate, 144 miles. Walter Tarter, ksonr of Mr.?A. W. ally", growing" as the population in Tarter, o.kthlsLplace). :who is in the creases and under the stimulus of good! At $1,500 per mile makes 8216,000 " " "' regular armyriwas n Xhe .xecent flood roads and the enhanced values, that leaving 834,000 to apply on other roads in .Texas. XJity,-?ahbarely .escaped would ensue,' we might conservatively if the Court and Commissioner of :withhls life, o inhere, was not. a --tent state the assessment would increase roads think proper, orto1 apply in re . iB of the cojnpany to whjch .he .belongs', 25 percent, which would easily enable ducing our bonded debt. saved. It was..an exciting and: thrill- us to "wipe1 out this bonded debt in 25 We have tried to give a truthful, ' ing time, and. Walter considers that years."1 fair statement and not 'exagerate or he was fortunate In escaping with1 his Nothing has been allowed Jn this dodge any part of the Issue. What life. calculation for the '.keeping in repair effects one of us for weal or woe effects of the .roads after they are built, but all. This, it seems to us, is our opporFor SAira-See- d wheat at $1.25 per we take It for granted that none will tunity to lift our county out of the bushel. J. C Dohoney & Son, gainsay us when we make the state- rut, to put new life and outside cap44-ment that the hands who work the ital among us, to stop the exodus of Hon. R. E. Woods, chairman of the roads can keep pikes in order much our energetic youag people, to bring be- in a new and progressive class, to help Good Roads Association of Kentucky, easier than they can dirt road?, sides we will have some 60 or 70 thou- us reclaim our old, wornout farms, to will address the voters of Adair counI: ty at the court house in Columbia at sand dollars in cash derived from in- build new homes and repair old ones, part of to give our poor working class some1:30 p. m., Monday, Sept., 6, (county creased values and the State's court day) be sure to hear Mr. Woods, interest on the bonds to help repair thing to do at living wages and at the said roads. Then again should it be- same time not hurt the he is a fine speaker. come necessary to Reconstruct any So give this your best thought withMr. Aquilla Darnell, with several Agitation of the bond issue has section of soad the State will meet us out prejudiee and vote accordingly. other men, Were working the. road at stirred up considerable excitement Gadberry last Thursday. Mr. Dar- throughout the entire county. Many A Runaway. For Sale. nell's little five year old son was play- are being convinced that voting bonds ing near the road where they were at is the right thing to do and the only L. small, but valuable Green River work trimming a tree and throwing way we can ever get out of the mud. Mr. Barker, agent for the Century Anym for sale, one mile West of bridge the limbs to one side, and not seeing Plaat, met with a very painful accithe child, one of the men threw a Why not keep abreast with our fclSdith, Adair county, tKy., and is dent last Thursday, near. Gadberry. limb, striking the child on the fore- - neighboring counties? Russell and known as a part, of Campbell farm. He was returning from a trip jto the Tiead Cutting a gash to the bone. Mr.- Clinton have both voted bonds. No w Contains about one hundred acres, country, when ran up on a Darnell brought the child to Dr. Mil its'up to Adair-a- to whether or not about 50 acres in fine poplar, Tivhite oak, bank an upsetr The horse became ler, at- - this place, who took- out we shall be on the 1400mile turnpike. and other good varieties of timber and frightened and started to run.a The -a very valuable piece of land after the buggy was completely demolished, stitches to close the place. It is hoped that no severe effects will retimber has been removed. Balance and Mr. Barker received a sprained Married in California. being very rich Green river bottom ankle. The horse was caught about a sult from the hurt. We have just learned of the mar- land. An opportunity you will not mile from the scene of the accident On another page of this issue you riage of Mr. O. R. McCaffree to Miss get hold often to buy such land as by Mr. Pre83 Miller. will find the figures on the bond prop- Mabel Humphrey, of San Francisco, For information yoa may call on or Walker Bryant sold a half Interest osition. Notice carefully how both Cal. Mr. McCaffree is a son of the write Joe Green Knifley, in the planing mill he is building at principal and interest diminish each late R. T. McCaffree,- - and has many Edith, Ky., this place to Mr, E. M. Burton and B. R. Moss, 44 tf . year, and are entirely wiped out at friends in this comnty. Columbia, Ky., they are having the timber put on the end of the 31st year, with a balor eorrespond with me direct. the ground to begin work on the ance left in the treasury. If you want good service, safe drivJohn M. Campbell, building at an early date. Two of ers and fair prices, go to 610 Main St., Little Rock, Ark. you want to see one of the greattheir machines have already arrived. ' ixt W. If When in Columbia leave your horse Later ttiey expect to add a saw.iig, a , est clreus shows ever exhibiting in They Uiteumty come to Columbia next All -- box stalls at W,. H. Wilson's and buggy at W. H. Wilsan's. 44-- tf they have ft boundary of timber ta cared tor will . trm.v f w4'Mii kTiry aeabte. . 44-t1 rfy. - 4f - -- - .? d' -- "I i -- r- - 2t tax-payer- s. y -- -- his-bugg- s -- - " -- 44-t- f. r be-we- ll Hi THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Crop Report of Kentucky as foot and mouth disease is conIssued August 10th 1915. W. B. Dulin, who left us a tivation. All of the 1000 acres cerned. A few cases of hog few weeks ago for the Lone is a3 rich as land can be. cholera and black leg is reported. Star State to spend several We estimated and counted 236 Taken as a whole the crops months, returned last week. black walnut trees that will The report of crop conditions for August 1st shows a continuation favorable weather for the development of the crops with the exception of scattered points throughout the State. during the month of July have held their own. With favorable weather, corn and tobacca, the two largest money crops of the State, will be equal to, if not above the average, for the State. J. W. Newman, The final estimate of the wheat Commissioner of Agriculture. yield in the State for 1915 is Frankfort, Ky. 10.7 bushels per acre. This is short of last year's yield by apGradyville. proximately two bushels The continued rains of the last month Plenty of rain this week. damaged the quality of the wheat Prospects fine for a good corn a great deal, and the average escrop in this section. timated damage throughout the A little boy of Mr. and Mrs. State is 8c. per bushel. The average price on the farm is ap B. Moore, of the Weed communproximately 95c. per bushel. This ity, died with consumption, last is about 25c per bushel higher Sunday. than the farmers obtained who J. A. Wilmore is in from Lexeold their wheat from the thresh ington to spend a few weeks on a visit. era in 1914. Uncle Blakey says the water did not suit his taste. Messrs. Sparks and Jones, n business men, two of East Fork section, passed through here last week enroute well-know- Dudgeon officiating. Young Mr, Smith is the oldest son of T. I. Smith and is an industrious and pleasant young man. The bride make about 500 logs twelve feet is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. long and will average about 17 Hobson Davis and i3 a pleasant inches in diameter of which is little lady. for sale and any person wanting A Splendid Offer. to purchase such walnut can find it in this bottom. Well, this town is about as big Until further notice we will furnish The Adair County News one as A. R. Harvey's potatoes and year, the Cincinnati-Weekl- y Enquir er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, semine To-day's for the Columbia fair. well-know- Roy Walker, the n merchant of Nell called in to see us on his return from Louis ville last Thursday, where he had been on the tobacco market. He informed us that the market was very quiet on the character of tobacco that we produce in this section. Born, to the wife of G. E. Nell, on the 18th, a son. Mother and child doing fine. - it takes two of them to make one. This is about 89 miles from one year, Farm and Fireside, Humboldt Tenn., ,and about 20 monthly, one year; year; and Household miles from Cairo, 111. Weill must quit writing for the mos Journal, monthly, one year, all for quitoes are about to devour me. $1.65. This is the best offer ever made by this office, and all who want readWith best wishes for the News ing matter should send their subscripI bee to remain yours, tions to this office C. C. Roe. Cane valley. at once. Ozark. The acreage of Burley tobacco is given at 78 per cent, and that of Dark tobacco at 80 per cent. Burley shows a condition of 75 per cent, and Dark tobacco a condition of 77 per cent. ' The corn crop shows a condi tion of 84 per cent. Much of the corn got too high for cultivation before the rains ceased, and corn fiels are full of crab grass and weeds. The continued seasonable weather will result in a Seasonably -- large crop of corn, dut a drouth would be serious as the weeds and grass would soon exhaust the moisture and the xoan would be unable to mature properly. '1 -- The final yield of rye is estimated at 9 bushels, that of oats at 22 bushels. The condition of iiemp is 97 per cent. The potato crop is unusually large and the yield and quality of the potatoes excellent; the prices are very low. harden conditions continue good at 95 per cent. The condition of cow peas is put at 86 per cent, and soy beans at 87 per cent. All pasture grasses are in splendid condition. Blue grass stands at per cent, clover 91 per cent., alfalfa 92 per cent., and orchard grass at 92 per cent. SO Truitshave suffered more or less as a result of the rains, " storms, &c. The condition of apples is given at 82 per cent., peaches 71 per cent and pears 80 per cent. -- The condition of poultry sums up as follows: Chickens 90 per cent, turkeys 80 and ducks 87 per cent. The condition of livestock is as follows: Horses 94, cattle 95 hogs 92 and sheep 94 per cents, Kentucky is finally free from 311 quarantine regulations as far A series of meetings is in progProf. MoCubbin, of Greens Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rice, of burg, sang at this place last- Sun Campbellsville, were visiting here ress at Clear Spring, conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. S. Chandday. We understand that the several days last week. n Mr. and Mrs. George Flowers people who heard him were Coy Dudgeon and family, of ler. Bro. Chandler is too to need any words of and family, of Wayne county, well pleased withQhis singing. Lebanon, were here on a visit commendation. He is much in visited the family of C. O. Moss Compton, who las-- , week. Mrs. 'Moses favor with the people of this several days of last week. lives in this section, is reported Willie Hutchison bought Mrs. Wesley Do well, Arthur Curry to be in a critical condition at Charity Moore's property here community. We are expecting and James Sanders were at this time in body and mind. It last week for $800 cash. Mr. a great revival. Greensburg the first of the week. is reported she has lost her mind Hutchison will return to Cane Eld. Daniel will begin a proQuite a number of our people from the subject of religion. Valley to make his future home. tracted meeting at Shiloh on the attended the Columbia Fair last Uncle Charlie Yates, one of Bro. Nick Phillips, who cut fourth Sunday evening in Auweek and were well pleased with our oldest and best citizens, his hand badly, about two weeks gust. He has never preached while he is in his doat age has ago, is improving slowly. here, but is said to be an able the exhibition. preacher. He was pastor of Rev. Hogard, of Columbia, never forgot how to grow Vester Murrell was in Hart He presented in our office county Tabernacle church, this county, passed through here last Friday last week, buying timber. for several years. en route for Pickett Chapel, a few days ago, cne of his small Geo. Cundiff, who has been where he holds Quarterly meet- beets which tipped the scales at visiting Mrs, Mollie McKinley and his mother, Mrs. Har5 lbs. If he had looked for one ing Saturday and Sunday. riet Cundiff for the past two children and Miss Lelia Conover, of the largest that he grew it is Rev. Christie and wife, reweeks, returned to his home in of Campbellsville, came over Sunday and will spend the week turned the first of the week hard to tell what it would have Marion, Ind., last week. visiting here. church, weighed. many from Summershade J. W. Sublett was in Louis We were all very agreeably friends were glad to see them. where they had closed a very ville with a car load of hogs last successful revival. Quite a num- surprised one morning last week W. G. McKinley, wife and week. to meet with one of our kinsman ber of professions. children were guests of Olat Mrs. Mollie Littrell, Mrs. t) Roband neighbor boys, Porter England is gratified to McKinley and wife last Sunday. ert Wilmore, of Bogard, Mo. Mamie Page and J. W. Edring-to- n know that he has the finest Peaare all in a bad state of health Misses Lola Maupin, Flora and We had not heard that he was cock colt that went from this They are al Laura Kearne3 were guests of in Kentucky but at first sight at this writing. section to .the Columbia Fair. Miss Lula Bryant last Sunday. we realized that it was Bob. He good, kind people and we hope Judge N. H. Moss, wife and Daniel Grider, who livss near" is looking fine and we were glad for the better. son spent several days visiting to know that his people are enT. I. Smith, Jr., who got his Concord, is dangerously sick. relatives and friends in the joying good health and getting leg broken in a ball game at E. A. McKinley and Mont r, Montpelier community last week. along so nicely. whb have been away sevOzark, last Saturday, is resting n vet-Dr. Jones, the very well at present. He will eral weeks with their threshers, ernary surgeon of Columbia, was Laketon, Ky. not be able to piay any more will return home this week. called to W. L. Grady's stock this season. W. T. Reynolds and wife ana-Rufarm at this place, one day lastf Aug. 15th 1915. Kearnes and wife were Claud Edrington lost his fine week. Editor News: buggy mare in a runaway las guests of June Montgomery last As I am at leisure thought I Mr. Campbell, one of Creelsr week. He was on his way to Sunday. boro's business men, visited Dr. would write a few lines. In Columbia when the harness Nat White, of Neatshurg, is S. Simmons one night last week. compMgr with J. C. Wooten I broke, the horse broke at full visiting relatives and old friends on Tuesday, Robert Fletcher, of color, is left Greensburg speed and ran into a wagon fa at this place. furnishing our town with peaches August 10th and landed .at Cotally injuring herself. Mr. EdMrs. MaryE. Montgomery had He has a full supply and very lumbus August 12th. Columbus rington has lost two horses in is on the M. & 0. R. R as is an exciting battle with a coppernice ones for the season. August. Laketon, in two miles of the head snake a few days ago. AfMrs. Millie Hill and daughter, Mississippi River. This is the Mrs. Mattie Cundiff, who has ter strikingit two or three times Ruth, and Mrs, W. P. Flowers third trip that I have made to been on a visit to relatives for the stick she was using broke. visited relatives in Columbia a this part in the interest of Mrs. the past two weeks, returned to Then the snake struck at her few days of last week. Minnie M. Taylor, of Greensburg, her home in LaFayette, Ind., and started toward the house. R. 0. Keltner and family vis- who has 1000 acres of bottom last Friday. ited their friends in the Cool land, lying on the Mississippi On last Thursday evening Mr. She procured another pole and succeeded in killing it after a Spring community one day last River, all of. which is in timber Spalding Smith was married to excepting 48 acres that is in cul Miw Sallie Davis, Rev. W. S. bard battlt. well-know- Their (to-wi- . Con-ove- well-know- be THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BLACK WALNUT, CHESTNUT AND RED OAK SEEDLINGS, FRANKFORT NURSERY $.1,000,000.00 STOMACH FOR A NEW best known a man who ruined his digestion in the pursuit of wealth stated that he would pay a million dollars for a new stomach. But, while surgeons have become very skillful in performing operations that were once considered impossible, nobody ha3 stepped forward and offered to sell his stomach .to that millionaire. Your Stomach is worth more than a million dollars to you. It is LIFE to you. This millionaire's stomach is so ruined by abuse that it can never be made "as good as new" by any medicine. But YOUR stomach, if properly aided NOW can be restored to its normal condition. If YOU suffer from indigestion, "heartburn," gas in stomach, foul breath, sense of fullness after eating, sour stomach, and will act NOW instead of delaying longer, you can get PROMPT relief. multi-millionair- es It is said that one of America'3 9 ' DR. THACHER'S This is the "Thornhill" Wagon -the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out 01 line andi causing hard pulling. "Thornhill" wagons are equipped witbi long sleeve malleable skeins that insure light running, and outlast any other skein. Each skein is fitted to its axle with a Defiance ma--" chine infallibly accurate. This machine insures the right pitch and tuck, make? light draft a certainty. The axles are of toughest hickory the steel axles of the best refined steeL The sides of "Thornhill" beds are made of poplar. It costs the makers more but it holds paint better and gives: 'Tirbetter service. Come in and see this wagon sold under a binding guarantee. non-breakab- All these species are excellent commercial species and relatively fast growing varieties. All furnish timber which will be as valuable fifty years from now as Walnut is in especial demand at the present time for gun stocks on account of the Great European War. to-da- y. WALNUT SEEDLINGS. KY. STATE FOREST NURSERY will set your stomach right, and do it quickly. of master workmen the aid of the most It will stimulate and regulate your liver, ingenious modern machinery have been which supplies bile to the stomach. It will employed to make the Thornhill wagon. thus provide the stomach with JUST WHAT The wheels are made with excessive IT NEEDS in order to do its wonderful work of digestion more perfectly. care. For the spokes the manufacturers It will lubricate your bowels, and cause them to move naturally and gently. It will use the finest hickory machine driven get your whole digestive "Workshop" into ho insure the right dish. The hubs are working order, cleanse it, oil up the "machin- of oak thoroughly seasoned and banded ery," strengthen it and you'll be AMAZED .with double refined sable iron. by the change. Your appetite will improve. Food will ' The bolsters are of the best white oak. taste GOOD to you. There will be no more They have an iron plate at top and botdiscomfort or pains. You'll feel STRONGER. tom, riveted through and through mulLife will be better worth the living. give your stomach the re- tiplying their strength. DO IT NOW lief it is calling for, beforeyou are like the The "Thornhill" has a malleable front millionaire, whose stomach is now BEYOND hound plate that is braced to the hounds REPAIR. Dealers sell 50c and S1.00 bottles. at all points. This is an exclusive THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY,-- ' 'Thornhill" feature. It prevents the Chattanooga, Tennessee.. O Liver and Blood Syrup - For Sale By Page & Taylor. Walter Allison, of Hickman, who was shot on primary election day, died yesterday of his wounds. sow By WOODSON GREENSBURG, LEWIS KENTUCKY. " ' J- - 'k end the cheapest EVERYTHING IN Black Walnut Is one of the most available species for general in Kentucky and is valuable for a large number of uses. BLACK LOCUSTSFEDLINGS,KY.STATEFORESTNURSERY Sick headache, biliousness, piles and tad breath are usually caused by inactive bowels. Get a box of Rexall Orderlies. They act gently and effectively. Sold only by U3 at 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed, Also Elwood - The damage to crops by the big rain storm in Indiana, Illinois and Missouri is estimated at $25,000,000. but that indigestion and the distressed a v There Is No Question feeling which always goe3 with be promptly relieved by taking it can . and American Fence. before and after each meal. 25c a box.' Paull Drug Co. ) Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. ncomorated 112-11- CO-- Black Locust has many advantages for planting. It grows fast, is durable in contact with the soil, and is valuable for soil regeneration and fixation. Berlin reports lhat Turkey and Bulgarir have signed a new peade treaty which will keep Bulgaria out of the war. 6 Eaal Matfcel Streei Between First and. Crook ( '& Louisville, Ky, RED OAK SEEDLINGS AT FRANKFORT NURSERY n-y will relieve your indigestion. Many in this town have used r we have yet to h ar of a casn wfcera 13ve failed. "Ve krow t! o fc--iu!a. Sold only by a cox. gS Tablets thtj 1 & Birdseve view fbi our Plant . .- 1 - J'.-Tfl- Tf J-- fTV . .iSoc Paul! Drug Cor yg-gffiS- f fr, I I I John A Westfall, Deputy Cnun ty Clerk of Nicholas county, shot and fatally wounded Leonard Howard, a prominent farmer, at Westfall Carlisle yesterday. (claims and vas "re- self-defens- e i ' leased on bond. v r Watch Your Children Largest in Dixie" Red Oak is the fastest growing of American Oaks. It Is particularly valuable on this account as a shade tree along streets and reads or on lawns. It is also desirable on accou nt of Its brilliant coloring in autumn and the fact that it is not especially subject to insect attacks. The Red Oak also furnishes a valuable comm ercial timber and is especially recom- mended for planting in commercial plantations. Sir. Euwads was a candidate for Lieutenant Governor In 1911, and was defeated by Mr. Edward J. McDernibtt, judge Edwards is a giant physically, the present Lieutenant Governor, no-being several inches over six feet tall, a candidate for Governor, by a plupublic speaker, a man rality of 1,562 votes in the State, is alway"wlth the courage of bis though Mr. Edwards carried Jefferson loyal to his sense of duty County over Mr. McDermott by over in both uriva'te and oublic life. Bona convic-tions.-'an- d Often children do not let parents knovr they are constipated. They fear something distasteful. They will like Rexall Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes like sugar. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. V. J. Hughes & Sons Cq. Incorporated -- Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, "" f , The German Secretary of Finance has indicated that the fi- j nances of the country are so low that honorablepeace had better be sought to prevent bankrupt- " WHOLESALE. Columns, Doors, Blinds. Mouldings, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Read Our Liberal Paper Offers ? :JJ, H THE NEWS is bound to see and realize that roads will bring us closer to Published Every Wednesday gether in every avenue that tends ADAIR COUNTY BY THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 44HQNfr4M?44Mfr0 to development. They could not Adair County News Company fail to see undisputed signs of prosperity on both sides of every ( Incorporated. ) road over which they journeyed. CHAS. S. HARRIS, EDITOR. The information concerning the aid to be given by the State was Democratic Dewfepaper devoted to the interest received from the State Road of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair Commissioner in a plain, positive and adjoining counties. manner and every item of cost as second and profit as well as pain and Entered at the Columbia'Post-officclass mail natter. pleasure was developed through SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR a series of questions and answers. It is now a matter that each one WED. SEPT.. 11915 must determine for himself whether we will build our roads Democratic Ticket. under. the aid offered by the State or whether we keep our For Governor mud and help other counties A. 0. STANLEY. build their roads. ' Govepnor THE e " 0 404900444404041 Empire & Superior Grain Drills, Field Seeds and -. 0 0 0 4 4 Ki&im -;; z- . . , ,. Fertilizers j '5 ? si K , - v'i ' v 8f: 4 4 0 Let us Know What Repairs you need for your Drills at once, so we May get them in our Freight Shipment. Respectfully, - Tor Lieutenant JAMES D. BLACK. Secretary of State For BARKSDALE HAMLETT. For Attorney General M. M. LOGAN. For Auditor E. L. GREENE. For Treasurer SHERMAN GOODPASTER. For Clerk of Appellate Court RODMAN W. KEENON. For Supt. Public instruction V. O. GILBERT. For Com of Agriculture MATT S. COHEN. For Railroad Commissioner From all indications, John Fox, Jr., is now having a grand op- iportunity for a greater story than, "On the Trail of the Lonesome Pine." And also in the same state. t Attorney General James is tipped as a certain entry into the Congressional race in the Eighth District next year. Jim is a popular fellow who makes friends wherever he goes and if he enters the race will be News. hard to beat. Gar-netE-to- SIDT. DODTHITT. For State Senate R. B TRIGG For Representative RAY MONTGOMERY. For Circuit Clerk 4 0 00000000000000 000000000000 COLUMBIA CLEARANCE SALE SATURDAY, SEPT. 4. THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE. 0 4 OF High School Alumni Meeting. ft F Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums Is now going on and Big, Towering Values are offered in every section of our Live Store. D 20 and 25 per cent, reductions are A. STRANGE. School Alumni held The members of the Columbia High their first meet- V & The trip through several of ing Wednesday evening of August was a hard rain Although the Central counties in this State, 18th. evening ofthere meeting there on the the as announced in The News last were 23 present. Splendid talks were made by Supt. week, was highly enjoyed by evHuffaker, two members of the School ery one. Good roads were in- Board, Mr. J. D. Lowe. and Mr. J. A. spected and enjoyed as the nine English, and several members of the presided at Association. autos sped along, and at every the meeting. Prof. Wilson Dunbar Miss Loretta stopping place courteous atten- told of her school life in West Virgintion was shown the party. Tues- ia. Miss Mary Williams kept things lively with her splendid music which day night was spent in Frank- she rendered on piano. fort, seeing the capitol and ac It was a great inspiration to see the splendid young men and women the quiring information in the build- school has turned out into life and ing of roads as given out by Mr. hear them speak of their loyalty to Terrell, our State Road Commis- the school from which they had once attended. It was planned to make sioner. Wednesday morning the the meeting an annual affair. Paul State prison was visited, after J, Hughes was elected President of the which the homeward journey Association and Miss Leonora Lowe Secretaty. was entered via Versailles LexAn Alumni banquet will be held ington, Harrodsburg, and Leb- next year. anon. Not only were the party First Car of Hogs. met by our countymen, who are officials and employers at FrankMr. L. W. Bennett has the distinctasion of being the first man to ship a fort, but by Mr. Terrill and car load of hogs from this place. The sistants and others who believe hogs were loaded on the car of The in the upbuilding and advance- Rapid Transit Co., at the pen near ment of every part of the State. the public square, last Friday, leaving Columbia at 8 o'clock, and were loadThe party consisted of forty and ed on the train at Campbellsville at it was out of the ordinary to see 12 o'clock the same day. This could have been done over any other so many from any county enter not road in Adair county. Why not be Frankfort on such a mission to for good roads? "see and to learn more of the capMiss Pauline Kern, of Korwioh, itol, of the good roads through- Conn., will begin a series of evangelout that section and to investi- istic services at the United Brethren Sept. 12. gate their building and mainte- church, on Bomar Heights,the above Miss Kern lectured at nance. The only regretable fea- named church last Wednesday night ture was that it was two days to a very good audience. Everybody is invited to attend these services and instead of three or four days, the of the pastors and and as far as the writer has church members of the different of the town areearnestly sobeard every member of the par churches Miss Kern is an ordained licited. ty appreciates the trip and par- minister of the Gospel. ties who gave it. The corn crop through this section , -- t J iW M M 1 IJRj IB ' "' not unusual on - -3 0VERT0P1NG,SURPA55ING &E: CLIPSING ALL OTHER TENTED EXHIBITIONS. TWENTIETH AN- Clearance Prices ster Rugs are ROYAL merchande, on Best Quality Axmin- high-class NUAL TOUR, $21.50 for $17.50lfor size 9 x 12 ft. $29.50 for sixe 12 x 15 ft x 12 ft. WILTON RUGS uf Li WKF ifc--,'!S- V RACING CAMELS TRAINED ZEBRAS RIDING SEA LIONS SILVERTON TRIO FLYING FISHERS 5T.J0HN FAMILY GoodJSelection of Discontinued Patterns, $40.00 Values are Marked at $30.00. WOOL and FIBER RUGS ''I Combination of Green and Oak, Blue and Tan, Two Shades of Brown in'ajGood Quality. Clearance Price 9 x 12 ft $6.00. 10J x 12 ft $8.50. & 12 x 12 ft $10 50 ELSIE DE MOT; EQUESTRIENNE UVFEATURES Hubbuch Bros. 522 & 524 W. Wellendorff, C A OTHER INCORPORATED Market Street letter, telliog her that it was written by a child and bore the surname of her former husband. The postmark was Creelsboro, Ky. Mrs. Rohrer immediately told her husband and they left on the first train from Mayfield, arriving in Columbia last Thursday Friday morning they left afternoon. for Russell county, and as they were passing a home between Crocus and Creelsboro, Mrs. Rohrer recognized her daughter playing in the front yard. After the meeting of mother and child, Mrs. Rohrer was told that her former husband had been dead six years. The child had in some way found out that her mother was still living and resided in Mayfield. She had written the letter that had by accident fallen into the hands of Mrs. Rohrer's neighbor, and had written it without the knowledge of her grandmother, who was unwilling' to give her up. They came back through Columbia Saturday morning, bought the little girl the best of clothing, shoes, and allother wearing apparel necessary, and left on the morning auto for home. Mr. J. B. Barbee has hauled severa loads of oak logs through town within the last few days. They came from the Zion neighborhood, and were some of the finest we have seen for years, . Messrs. John and Ray Flowers bought a fine horse colt from Porter ng land. This colt is by Jordan Peacock and won two blue ribbons at the ger than the farmers expected during The auto trip to Frankfort, the dry months of May, June and is good. The yield will be much lar- last week, gave the opportunity for many to see their State capitol and conditions existing in a portion of their State they had never visited. It could npt have been made on mud roads. To .$)ur mind every man in the party most of July. "Mr. A. sition of Adair this office. night. Issue. toon that very well illustrates the county 0. Taylor has drawn a carpo- It on the bond may be seen on the door at ThereJMs a good show at the Parlor Circle every Th ursday and Saturday of the treasurer ofj Adair county for ten per cent of the proposal, which check shall be held untiljthe execution of the connADAier mii i Aiir mm luhvi irvt.t.1 raiuwHi tract.- Before the contract is awardfATIOA.M.ss ed, the successful bidder will be required to f urnish a bond of eighteen thousand Price Reduced to 25 & 35c formance dollars for theinfaithful peraccordance of the work with the aforesaid plans and specifiAdvertisement. cations. All work to be done under the direction and supervision of the Sealed proposals addressed to the State Commission of Public Boads. fiscal Court of Adair county at Co- thThis the 13th day of August 1915. lumbia Kentucky, will be received up St WALKER BRYANT, to 12 o'clock noon Friday, the 10th Adair County Court. Clerk e day of September, 1915, for the improvement of the road leading from Almost a Miracle. Columbia, the county seat of Adair county to Liberty, the county seat of Eleven years ago a man by the name Casey county, at which time said bids of Helm secured a divorce from his will be Dubliclv opened and read. wife, and their only child, a little The road to be improved is in Adair girl, then almost two years old, was A single bid to be given to county Kentucky the mother by decree of the submitted for tiie whole work. Bids court. Helm insome way secured the must be for work to be done in ac child and escaped. The mother noticordance with the plans and specifi- fied the officers all over the State and cations approved by the Fiscal Couit many of the neighboring states, and of Adair County and the State Com- the search began. When a child was mission of Public roads, which plans found that in any way met the deand specifications and general draw- scription of her child, the former Mrs. ing can be seen at the County Court Helm hastened to the place, ' never Clerk's office of Adair County at Co- heeAibe distance. Almost eleven lumbia Kentucky. The Fiscal Court yearsHugssed, years of anxiety and of Adair County expressly reserves the fruitlessvMb. After she had lost right to reject any and all bids. Be- all hopes orHUng her child. She fore contracts are binding they must married againTlme she married be approved by the Commissioner of Mr. R. C, Rohrer, df JMayfield Ky. u, ur jr umic iWMsior k k neighbor and friend of Luuajr. ojuti ""-- " r"..i.flMrs. Rohrer came to ner home with a by cash or a certified check e THE WONDER SHOWJHE .LIKE LpFWHICIUYOU NEVER Louisville's Most Progressive Carpet Store. at sight to the order t5AWjbtrOKt$ cr sk$ r of-th- a,, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS : " - y of $125,000:00 will build about ever, be built nor can a cent of 52 miles, which will leave some- the road bond or State aid ever thing like twenty-eigh- t miles of be used in Harmony, Roley-Dr. Bailey, of Junction City.ffas county seat roads unprovided for. Egypt, Keltner and White Oak here a day or so last week. Mrs. W. r. Hancock, who spent sevAfter the whole of this amount, precincts until these county eral days with relatives during the $125,000.00, is put into the roads seat roads are completed, and if fair, has returned home. the State will be obligated to the the pikes are built they will Mrs. N. J. McCaffree, who has been county for one-ha-lf of this barely go on the outer edge- - of visiting her daughter, Mrs Edwin Hurt, of Lebanon, for several months amount which would be $62,500. Glenville and Milltown precincts returned home last week. Some of the advocates of this In the above estimate no alMr. and Mrs. Jo Milligan, who spent measure claim that the county lowance or deduction has been some months with Mr. and Mrs R, H. Price, have returned to their home in would have to spend only 0 made for surveying of roadsr Louisville. of the $125,000 in order to damages for rights, of wayr and Messrs. Wm. Francis and J. W. get '$62,500 from the State. cost of condemnation proceedKerr, of Campbellsville, were here a day or so of last week. This is a mistake; the whole of ings, all of which must be paid Prof. N. W. Miller, of Campbells-ville- , the $125,000 must be put up by by the county, and no part of was here a few days of last week. the county in order to get the which will be paid by the Stater H. R. Sanders, traveling salesman $62,500 from the State. If this and all of which will go to reduce for the Swan Hat Co., was here last Thursday. aid was all paid in at once it the amount to be received from Mr. T. A. Baker, who spent two would not more than be sufficient the State. weeks with his father, sisters and to complete thejcounty seat roads It has been stated as an inducebrother, left for his home, Cleburne, Texas, last Thursday. that is to say one roaa towards ment to vote these bonds that Mrs. Luther Conover and children each county seat. But the State the people of Adair county have arrived from Illinois last Thursday. aid can not oe paid m this way. been paying each year a road tax: to spend several weeks with their mother. We are not allowed to receive of 'twenty-fiv- e cents on the one Miss Golda English left Friday has returned poses other than for schools. from the State in any year an hundred dollars. Miss Mabel Conover morning for Pendleton county, where from a The taxable list of Adair county amount exceeding two per cent visit to Louisville. This statement is far- - from she has accepted a position as teacher. and Gideon is in round numbers $2,600,000. of the total road fund of the correct. In the year 1910 the Messrs. Tom Lowe Mr. J. Q Alexander, traveling salesman for Carter Dry Goods Co., Lowe, of Cookeville, Tenn., spent the Of the fifty cents allowed to be State, which is estimated to be levy for road purposes was 5 was here a few few days of last week. week end at the home of Mr. John D levied under the constitution, it not more than $12,000 to any cents: in the year 1911, it was W. L Grady, of Grady ville, was Lowe last week. takes at least forty cents to de countp, and this year :the State 14 cents; in the year 1912, it here last Thursday. Mr. G. L Wolford, of Casey Creek, fray the ordinary expenses of will let Adair county have of this was 10 cents; in the year 1913, Mr. G. R. Miller, of Louisville, has returned from a ".visit to ' Woodthe county, as can be seen by an fund only about $3,200. The it was 15 cents, and during this spent several days of last week in Coman Col. lumbia. examination of the records in reason that Adair county does time one new bridge was built Mfss Alma McFarland left for InMr. Lawrence Sullivan, of James-o-f Ithe Adair County Court Clerk's not get more is that the State across Green river, and one old; dianapolis Thursday to study in con- town, was here a few days,. last office; - In thefuture. this-i- s like-l- y servatory of music. She will be with fRoad Fund is not sufficient to one that was washed away was week. her sister, Mrs. Talmage Smith. to be more as" each legislature pay more, and with the State of put back across Green river at a. Mrr L. L. Eubank is in Danville. Mr. Byron Montgomery will leave' lhat meets adds some additional Kentucky very much in debt it cost of almost as much as a new week to resume burden to Dr. W. J. Flowers went to Louis- the latter part e the counties. But if is not; likely that it will be alble one, and a new bridge was built ville Thursday. his duties. He has been assigned to it only requireS forty centis to to pay any more at one time, across Russell creek. Last year, . MlssUollie Flowers, Grady ville, is Chicago. meet our annual expenses there soon. visiting in Columbia. 1914, no road tax was levied or Misses Mary Miller, TSusan Miller, Bev. Frank Turner is in Louisville Leonora Lowe, Mary Lucy Lowe; would only be left ten cents that Now bear in mind that in the collected at all. This year, 1915r this week. you have a road tax of twenty-fiv- e Messrs. Tom Patteson and Oliver could be applied to roads under foregoing estimates cents Mr. W. I. Ingram was transacting Miller were members of. the house the most favorable conditions. used every- cent that can be has been levied out of which the business in Knifley Tuesday. party given by Miss Mary Williams If bonds should be voted an levied and collected under the Fiscal court has made an approMr. J. P. Beard and son, John, spent and Mr. Cyrus "Williams at their additional twenty cents on the law to pay the interest on the priation to build a road under a few days last week at Sand Lick home, Montpelier, last week. Spring. one hundred dollars could be bonds and to pay off the bonds. State aid as far as the funds will Mr. C. S. Harris spent a few days of levied for roads. See Section 157 You have exhausted your levy: permit them to build, the conlast week in Big Stone Gap, "Ya. A constitution. This must be no power to make any further tract for the building of which is Locals. Mr. Tom Faulkner, of Griffin U3ed to pay the interest on the levy, and absolutely no money to be let on the 10th day of SepSprings, was in Columbia last Thursday. bonds and to create a sinking-funNotice. with which to keep the pikes tember. Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Stults left for to pay off the bonds. which you have built, in repair. I make no suggestion how any their home in Knoxville, Tenn., last All parties indebted to the firm of This twenty cents added to the A conservative estimate of cost man should vote on this question, Sunday. , Eubank & Summers are requested to Miss Elizabeth Hatcher, of Camp- call and settle up at once, as the firm ten cents that might be used to keep up pikes is from $100 to but feel it my duty to see that bellsville, was visiting at the home of has dissolved partnership and have would make thirty cents. Thirty $200 per mile after the first the voters of Adair county know to settle up their business! Do not Mr. A. S. Chewning, Jast week. put it off, but come at once cents on the one hundred dollars" three years, and this is the ex exactly what kind of a proposi Miss Minnie Triplett is visiting her t Eubank & Summers. will raise annually on the present perience of every county that tion they are up against. nephew, Dr. Grant, in Louisville. Surely you want to make money assessed value of $2,600,000.00 has pikes. And the road law Gordon Montgomery,- Mr. Guy Snow, traveling salesman for Myerbridge & Co., passed through Try the Cash Union Store three the sum of $7800. 00. This-i- s the under which these bonds are to be Columbia, Ky., Aug., 28, 1915 Columbia one day last week. months and see how much mane. You most that could be raised and it issued, requires that the Fiscal Miss Nell Follis left Saturday morn- will be pleased with the amount. Oth probably be less1,' The court make an appropriation Program. 44 2 1 will more ing for Bradfordsville, where she fills ers are pleased. interest on 125,000.00' for one in money to keep these roads in School. a position in the Graded FOR SALE. year will be 6250.00. A simple. repair. Eighty miles of pike Following is the program t'sr Mr. W. E. McCandless returned , On account of old aere and desiring calculation will show that it will would cost to keep in repair not W. B. M., which meets Tuesday, Sept-from Edmonton last Thursday, where to retire from the Milling Trade, we take all of the thirty cents that less than $8,000 per year and in 7, 1915, at the Christian church: he had been on .business. offer our First Class water power Hymn 101 Mrs Chaney and daughters, of Roller Flour Mill all complete and in it is possible to raise, Sunder the all probability would cost a great Invocation Mrs. Bob Rowe. good ring order with good, substan- most favorable conditions, to pay deal more. Green county, are visiting Mrs. Since you have exMrs Bible Reading, Eel., 11:1-tial custom trade. For particulars mother, Mrs. Chas. Sutton, of address, the interest and retire the bonds hausted the limit of your levy, Massy. Kerns & Beece, this place. Jamestown, Ky. in the allotted time of thirty where is the $8,000 or more to Season of prayer. Hymn 1"1. Mr. Paul Hughes was visiting years allowed under the law. To come from? The cheapest groceries being sold in friends in Germantown last week. Business accomplish this it takes all the Aside from these pikes, if Eoll Call Period. Responded to by giving Miss Julia Eubank, of the firm of Columbia are now being carried out leaving nothing built, you have in Adair county Eubank & Russell, is on the market by the joiners of the Cash Union road funds-item. this week, selecting her fall and win- Store. Call on T. G. Rasner, Mgr. available for the up keep of the over six hundred miles of public A Beading They will miss her ter stock of millinery. You will find him at the store or at roads, and leaving no funds to road for which there will not be Mrs. Ben Ed Eowe. Mr. Robt. Young, wife and child- the shop. any other road in one penny available, it matters Bible study in August Tidings be used on ren: Mr. B. L. Smythe, wife and Mrs. J. N. Coffey. children, attended the Celina, Tenu., Go to T. G. Basner and ask him any Adair county outside of the roads not how great or urgent the neStory An Alabaster Box Fair last week. questions you want to know about the built by bond issue, and no de- cessity, because the entire road Gill. Miss Mary Emma Pendleton, of Cash Union Store. We pay him to duction has been made for colDiscussion on the place of prayer in fund has been appropriated. Horse Cave, is visiting Mildred Walker answer them. lecting the tax which goes to the And this condition as to the six the work of the C. W. B. M. Opened this week. Foxes Wanted. payment of the bonds. Mr. T. T. Byan and Mr. Edgar Didhundred miles of road will con- by Mrs. Josephine Eowe. dle, of Adairville, visited here last If State aid is sought, this tinue until the bonds are paid off. Hidden Answers in August Tidings week, stopping with the family of Greys SI. 25 to 82. Reds S1.50 to Mrs. Wm. Eowe. money raised by bond issue must Mrs. J. D. Walker. W. T. Hodgen, By voting these bonds you Hymn 39. $3.50. Campbellsviller Ky. Dr. Taylor and wife of Bridgeport, Box 232 be used in the building of roads commit Adair county irravocably Offering. were here last week getting in some Have you joined the Cash Union leading from the county seat of to a thirty year proposition on Benediction. of their furniture, preparatory to buying Yes, All members are requested to be moving in their new dwelling on Store yet?goods and am bought the Adair county to the county seat eighty miles of pike with no cheapest in that I ever Burkesville street. there and the public has a cordial inmp life. It pays to join. Call on T. of the adjoining counties by the funds to keep these eighty mile3 vitation. Fred Judd, who has been in the reg- G Basner and get a card. most direct and practicable in repair, and no funds for the Mrs. Z. T. Williams, s. ular army, located at, Van Couver S. G. Denney, Sec. Barracks, Wash., was discharged Aug. route. There are eighty miles other six hundred miles, of road. 13, having served his term of enlistI keep on hands a full stock of , ment and visiting his brothers at this coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep of such road connecting the coun- You have committed yourselves Slippers at cost at Albln Hurray's-place. and Steel Boxes and ty seat of Adair county with the during this entire period of time Metallic Caskets, Miss Susan Miller entertained quite two hearses. Prompt service night or county seats of the adjoining to a tax rate of seventy cents on Margaret, a ten year old daughter a number of her friends last Thurs- day. Besidence Phone 29, office had counties. day evening at her home on Bomar phone 98. the one hundred dollars for coun- of Mr. and Mrs, J. Ev Patteson, arro Heights. All present reported a most the misfortune to get her left F. Triptett, yr J. The kind of road that the ty and road purposes, whereas enjoyable time. Columbia, Ky. broken, near the wrist, last Monday Ad State will lend its aid in the now it is only fifty cents for all afternoon. She was in a swing under 61 Liberty, who Miss Wilkinson, The Cash Union Store is ready for building of will cost in Adair county purposes has been visiting at the home of Dr. other than a shade tree, and for some reason she S. P. Miller, returned home last Fri- your business. Itwanrsto help you county on an average of not less climbed the tree to where the rope? day, accompanied by Dr. O. P. Miller. out. A money saver to you. Get in once. than $2,400.00 per mile. This school purposes, to which will be was tied over a limb. She lost her Misses Mary Chandler and Jennye the Union at T. G. Basner, Mgr. ground with the? fell to estimate of cost per mile of build- added whatever McFarland, Messrs Guy Stevenson amount the hold and above the stated. Drs. Eussell result as and Jo Harris left this morning to at5 good milch cows with ing road is based upon the esti school board of Adair county Fob and Hindman reduced the fracture. tend a house party at the home of Mr. calves. Sale. H'. T. Walker, mated cost per mile of the road may desire, not to exceed twenty Gadberry at Phil, Casey coun Luther Columbia, Ky. ty. Pav your Graded which Adair county has already hundred dollars per cent., penalty after School 1.Tax. & Oct , Wanted. Grey squirrels 40c,f.1each. planned to build from Columbia cents on the one Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hutton and Bruce Montgomery. for school purposes. The school Send them at once. daughter, of Harrodtourg, were in , W.Tvfiodgen, Treas. to Liberty. If then it will cost board demanded and had levied Columbia last Wednesday Mr. Hut-to- Box 232 Campbellsville,; Ky. Between public square: amfc is editor of the Harrodsburg Herthis amount per mile, to build fifreen cents on the one hundred Lost: Conover's, a leather spectacle, Melvin ald. They were accompanied by Mr. For Sam Good combined horse roads in Adair county, such as dollars this year. case with spectacles in. fcheia. and Mrs. E. C. Coppaik and two eight yearS old. to this office. daughters, of Campbellsville. J. A. Williams, felumbla Ky. the State will receive, the bwd' ' Not a foot of theee pikes can Personals. S. TvWaggener, J. F. Ross, Bunnell The Bond Issue Discussed. Boss, and Less McComas; of Burkesville, passed through Columbia last Friday, on their way home from Lonisville. Are you in favor of issuing Mrl John Lee Walker, wife and lit$125,000.00 in bonds for build-bridgtle son, left last Friday, to visit Mrs. ing roads and in Adair Walker's father Mr. E. D. Kimble and wife, of Bus-se- ll county? This is the question Springs, visined the former's sis that must be decided by the votter, Mrs. Ad Bradshaw, last week. county, at the polls, Mrs Kinnie Murrell and sister, Mrs ers of Adair James- on the 11th day of September. Schooling, visited relatives in town a few days ago. This question .should be decided Mr. Lincoln Denton, of Somerset, upon its merits and in view of was here the first of the week. existing conditions, and not upMr. Herbert Taylor, Campbellsville, on mere assertions of what we spent last Sunday in Columbia , Campbellsville, would like to do. If roads are Mr Wm. Hobson, was here Monday. built by bond issue they must be Mr. Tillet Wethington, Clements-vill- built in such manner as is proformerly in the Singletree busi- vided by law. They must be ness at this place, was here Sunday. paid for and maintained by taxes Mrs. S. HMitchell and- - Mrs.S L. J collected from the people. Un Coffey, of Florida, visited" relatives a der the constitution of Kentucky few days last week in Edmonton. Section 157, a tax rate of not exMr. J. O. Bussell and wife, Mrs. ceeding fifty cents on each one Zora Bowe; Misses Madge Rosen field Edna Lewis left the first of the week hundred dollars can be levied and collected for all county purfor Louisville and Cincinnati. . N es e, y $62,-50- of-th- - Additional d 43-2- - the-C- . Cha-ney- 's 6 , 44-2- b Miss-Kat- e 44-- 2t 44-- 2t Pres-Mi- 45-- 1 -- 44-- 2t lib-ti- e - - n . Itev-tu- rn r u i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS PACKING AND SHIPPING HOUSE, KENTUCKY STATE FOREST NURSERY RALLY Big Educational Rally, Columbia, 1915. October 8th, Sensible Women Know Foundation of Healt! As health talks to "women become more general, both In the newspapers and on the platform, the mass of women ire beginning to realize what the more cultivated have always known, that sood health cannot be found In a powder 'jox. The externals of health may be obtained in that way, but the 'basis of wealth lies deeper, and yet is just as jaslly obtained. The most important thing a woman can do for herself, and that about which she is often most neglectful. Is to watch the condition of her and bowels. The weary eyes, stomach the bad breath, the frequent headaches, the pimples, the general air of lassitude is nine times out of ten the constipation or Indigestion, orresult ofMany both. simple remedies can be obtained, but the best in the estimation of most women is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is mild, pleasant to the taste and exactly suited to her needs. It is far tendency to constipation should take .repsin ui. uuunsuii oyrup A brief in me small dose prescribed. use of ana it ju o train me siomacn aril!., Dowei mUSClp.l that fill ftTVia: rf tvi a mat. be dispensed with. These opinions are voiced bj- - thousands of women, after Ht?rsuimi- PTnpnfl .ina M...U..., Ulbtll ..l nmrr T.Am n.o tt. "- . .uoore. 3 i:a nnmo f TVTAshvi" j.enn., ana Florence Cook. Lucas, Ky. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the way of a druggist at fifty cents regular or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a samDle bottle sent tn thA hnnin iree or charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.. Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. f DIVISIOK RALLIES. 1st Division. Miss Stella Farris, Pres., Coburp. Miss Susie Johnson, Sec, Milltown. Rally held at Egypt, Sept. 17th superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters! cit.. wiiiuii are entirely too violent. have at least one movement of the hnWAlfl ri("Vl ! Titlinn Hllf nkAmtnr At. 2nd Division. Finis Strange, Pres., Rugby. Darrell Strange, Sec , Picnic-Rall- y will be held at Antioch, September 10th. 3rd Division. Sam Duval), Pres., Glensfork. Miss Allye Garnett, Sec , Glensfork. Rally will be held at Zion, September nth. 4th. District. Joe Calhoun, Pres , Casey Creek. Milburn Wolford, Sec, Casey Creek. Dnlln roill Ya Vinlrl Tiffin Cnlr.. Sept. 10th. Teachers desiring information concerning the division lallies write Secretary or tPresident that division. Those who desire information concerning the County Rally write Secretary or President of County Rally Committee. Rules Concerning Rally. 1st. Pupils taking part in the contests must be in school age and must have entered school by August 23rd, and have been in regular attendance since that time. 2nd. The regular rules governing all athletic events will be used on this occasion. Dirigo. WELL DRILLER and TREE PLANTING ALONG PUBLIC ROADS Remarkable Development of Good Roads Sentiment in tucky Has Created a Demand For Shade Trees Along the Roads The last year in Kentucky has seen a "wonderful agitation for good roads throughout the State and at the present time a large number of highways are being constructed under the State-ailead to a great deal of good in the community Is the planting of nut bearing and fruit trees along the roads. It is felt that in this way the trees along the highways could be made to produce a product of sufficient value to id in the maintenance of the road. This has been successfully done in several instances, particularly in Europe. With this end in view the State Forester has been experimenting with a large number of nut trees of different varieties including pecan, hickory, black walnut, English walnut and others. Also the growing of apple trees and other fruit trees along the road is a suggestion which meets with a great deal of favorable comment and the nursery at Louisville has undertaken the growing of apple stock on a large scale. Ken- d plan. There is no doubt but what the number of good roads in Kentucky will increase each year. The construction of good roads and the standardization of roads has created a for shade trees along the rights of "way to beautify them. In anticipation of this demand the State Forester 3s paying particular attention to the raising at the State nurseries at Louisville and Frankfort trees particularly adapted for planting along the public highways. A good many species have "been suggested and one idea which seems to have a firm root in the pub-'limind and which may undoubtedly de-jma- 3rd. Contestants in Domestic Science and Manual Training must present specimens of work made by contestants. All sewing must be done by hand.- e PROGRAM. 7-- ' The following is a program of the replacement if this GATHERING TREE SEEDS sible, and their Again within recent School Eally Day to be held in Comust be done. An Infant Industry in Kentucky Devel-ope- years the increase of Insect pests and lumbia, Ky., October 8th, 1915: fungus diseases due to the introducby Stale Nurseries. 1. School Parade. tion of new species and varieties from 2. Penant to rural school having The experience in growing trees at foreign countries and the importation greatest percentage of scholars and the State nursery has shown very of European nursery stock has caused patrons present at the school rally clearly that in a great many cases it widespread comment Insect infestaThe census of the school district taken n is not possible to get tree seeds of the tions among our tree friends, a which has been emphasized by as a basis. native species at the time and in the 3. Penant to the rural school havKentucky is pecul- the lack of natural enemies to keep condition desired. in that up to very recently there them in check and a notable decrease ing second highest number present. iar has been no agency or individual in- in our native birds that prey on in- (To be calculated same as above.) 4. Spelling Contest. terested in the gathering of tree seed sects, have been of frequent occurin its borders. The demand for the rence. In cities the paving of streets, 5. Declamatory Contest for boys. tree seeds in the State nurseries at construction of sidewalks, laying of 6. Recitation for girls. d con-ditfo- Louisville and Frankfort has started hi a small way a new industry in the gathering of tree seeds within the State. Last year a considerable portion of the seed planted was obtained from Kentucky. Several small boys had become interested in this line of work and gathered a considerable quantity of seed of certain varieties. It is expected this fall that the bulk of the seed planted in the State nurseries will be obtained within the State from native varieties. The gathering of tree seed offers an attractive field for a limited number of individuals, particularly bright boys, who are willing to take the time and trouble necessary to distinguish tree species. -- --1" 1 sewers and gas and water mains, conduits for electric light, telephone and telegraph wires all has vry seriously disturbed natural conditions and endangered the life of the shade trees. While it is realized that the care and protection of shade trees is not strictly within the province of forestry, yet requests for information in this direction have continually come to the office of the State Forester. The State Forester is 'prepared to answer inquiries for Information by mail with regard to shade trees particularly what species to plant, the injuries and diseases to which they are subject, and to offer remedies for these The First Biennial Report of the State Forester deals with this subject of shade trees in detail ani INTEREST IN SHADETREES may be obtained free of charge by State Forester Prepared to Answer addressing him at Frankfort. Questions With Regard to EXPERIMENTAL FOREST. Shade Trees. "With every passing year the interPermanent Exhibit at the State Fair in Louisville. est of the citizens of Kentucky in the shade trees of the cities, towns .and villages, along public highways and In conjunction with the forest nuron private lands and estates has be- sery at Louisville, there is being escome more keen, for the reason that tablished an experimental forest our people as a whole are gradually which AviH'als,o bo a permanent excoming to an appreciation of the hibit in connection with the State worth of individual trees and of tree Fair. It is expected in this expericommunities from an aesthetical mental forest to show on a small point of view, and are alive to their scale what may be done on any farm value as factors for health and com-io- in Kentucky in the way of raising in the community. This is a nat- wood material, and will be of un ural development in line with an doubted interest to farmers and awakening public interest in parks, others who have already wood lots on public playgrounds, better roads and their land or expect to plant them highways and the development of at- either for the material or for the purtractive surroundings on the farm. pose of soil fixation and regeneration In all this the trees play a very im- This forest will be situated on the portant part. Then, too, throughout bank of the Ohio river, and, in addithe state the present shade trees, tion to furnishing a demonstration of which are to a very considerable ex- what can be done in the way of prac- tent remnants of the original forest, tical forestry, it will also afford a are decaying, deteriorating and dying. for the state nursery, and. Their owners are interested most de- will serve- - to hold the bank of the cidedly in their preservation, if pos- - Ohio river in. its present place. rt -wind-break Best Essay on "Why Eradicate Illiteracy in Kentucky?" 8. Best Exhibt or display of Work ther on. from any rural school. 9. Best Reader of first grade who R. A. Epperson, Roy, was lias entered school this year. here last Friday. 10. Best Apple Pie. 11. Best Light Bread. The meeting at Hogart's Chap7. 12. 13. 14. Although it has rained every day for a week quite a number from this section attended the fair. Elders Judd and Hardy, of the Mormon Church, have been holding a series of meetings at this place for the past week. Miss Bessie Epperson, Roy, has been employed as an assistant teacher in the school at this place and entered upon the work last Monday. We. are having one of the best schools ever taught in this district. About seventy pupils are in daily at tendance. Leslie Janes and fam'ly and Leslie Smith and family, who sold out and removed to Illinois last spring, have returned to their old homes near here. They claim that they have done an unusual amount of work since they left here and that they reached their old homes with five hundred dollars less money than they started away with. This is a good lesson. You may hear glowing tales of the money that can be made away from here, but when you go there it is like a mirage, it is just a little fur- I will drill wells in Adair adjoining counties. See me be lore contracting. Latest inn Givi proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. J. C. YATES A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer and he Adair Counly News The Cincinnati WeeRIy Both One Enquirer Year For Only $1.35 Subscription may be new or renewal , What the Weekiy Enquirer is It 13 issued every Thursday, subscription price ?1.00 per year, and it 13 one of the best home metropolitan weeklielof today. It ha3 all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world'3 events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports: Its numerous departments make it a necessity 'to every ome, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise yon to take advantage by subscrib'ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to te el closed last Sunday with five Best One-hal- f Best One-haDozen Ears of additions to the church. Corn, not more than two entries from each educational division., Mrs. Eldridge Stotts and two 15. Best One-hal- f dozen Irish Potalittle sons, have been quite sick toes. lf Best One-ha- lf Dozen Biscuits. Dozen Muffins. The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. -- 'tasssESZESsay The Moonlight Schools. 16. 17. 18. 19. Best Glass Apple Jelly Neatest patch on Calico. Best Made Gingham Apron. for the past few days. Best Specimen of Manual Training Work. (To be judged from work mauship, and difficulty in making.) 20. Best Embroidered Shirt Waist. 21 Best Ladie's One-hal- Collar-croche- t. ATHLETICS. 22. f Mile Race, one teacher from each division. 23.-Pole Vault. - , 24. Sack Eacfr for boys, .any num- ber may enter. 2o. Cne Hundred Yard Dash for boys 26. 27. 23. 29. 30. r. Standing Broad Jump. Running Broad Jump. One-half Mile Race for boys. Potato Race for boys. Wheelbarrow Race for girls, 15 CNot more than two, from each educational division.) ' 31. Relay Race", fourbojs from each educational division. and-ove- 32. Running High Jump. f X"!" - fersary of hisjvedding, and he brought An Awful Shock. Once upon a time a man remember- fed that the day "was the tenth anni- " home some Sowers and candy to his Wife and gave her a kiss. And it .took J,v; r Jfcock. Cincinnati Enquirer. light doctors nine days to restore tha foor yeoman from the effect of tb, Boy Scouts' Band. The First Pennsylvania Boy Sconr. band "of Lewistown, Pa., has received much attention of late on account of the excellence of the boys playing and " their smart appearance. The boys have Scorching. . been on several trips to Canada, "Things were getting too warm foe' where they were enthusiastically reBe In that section of the country.". ceived; to Washington at the time of , "What was "the reason?" . inauguration of President Wilson, j "I was burning up too many of th& the' 'many other places, where they and roads." Baltimore American. have taken part in various celebr .. - dons. What can we do as teachers of Matthew and Allen Wooten Adair county that will be any have begun work on the farm more beneficial to our county they recently purchased at this than to strive to hold to her in place. They mean to build about) that honored position that she two miles of .fence; to erect a has gained in moonlight schools? large barn and to improve the May we as teacheys strive to reach that point when illiteracy dwelling by adding some three or may be erased from Adair coun four more rooms. ty. Our forefathers have fought the on the battle fields for our free While attempting to drill schoolhouse well at this place a dom that we enjoy today and it little deeper, J. J. England and behooves us, as teachers to fight against illiteracy. He, who fights John Jesse have had the misforthe harder gains the victory. tune to lose their drill. The May we realize our duty as sol well was one hundred and six diers fighting for education and feet deep when the stem of the never lee our aucy cnase us drill broke off just below where around the corner when we are thp rope was fastened to it and commanded to fire. If it does up until now they have been unmay it chase U3 off the battleable to remove the drill from field of the profession. For by put well, i his accident-hathe our works they shall know us. the well out of commission and Respt., so the school is now forced to X L. Hatfield. carry water from the spring near Neatsburg, Ky. Stotts'. James s X THE ADAIR COUNTYiNEWS COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Aid For Three Sammers Mrs. Any of Her Housework. Vin- - believe I WATER TANK AND PUMPING STATION KENTUCKY iHENRY W. DEPP, STATE FOREST NURSERY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY I'l TSTTrrr-li . DENTISTI i t --iv? r a 'JL " .. ?..! 1K ' ."V i Am permanently located in Co 'feftr5v,Ji?L z1 bsv E?&8 ??M iWMBKf'4t-;'':t:- ' j&..-,- . t i iA.i lumbia. iX,M "!L ll v. --. , 5'- . 5 --; :( c wayjdhave died if I hadn'1 9 AH cent Was Usable to Attend to taken it. After I began taking Cardui I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened wyrbem.jiwnii(KlrBRS..v '" '7? a..3siB's& asfs3s?ipf. . ..i.-.X VTJfi 4Joh r. jwi ; fLHZKtUXiElU4; ai7 Classes of Dental work done. Crow Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. All i?" " V a y ;- . .. ' i ,' Illlil ill Work Guaranteed y i' ;. '.:,"' up, and grew so much Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like anIhi summers," writes Mrs." Walter other person altogether." pTincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. iMocf firrtP Tirac mu frrnrct uut uuw, ..vw nuidw Its ingredients have a mild, tonic I had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. prostration, and was scarcely able to Cardui makes for increased strength, walk about Could not do any of my improves the appetite, tones up the nerhousework. vous system, and helps to make pale, I also had dreadful pains in my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. and sides and when one of those weak. Cardui has helped more than a million sinking spells would come on me, 1 weak women, during the past 50 years. would have to give up and lie down, It will surely do for you, what it has itil it wore off. done for them. Try Cardui today. I was certainly in a dreadful state of to: Chattanooga Medldna Ladles' lealth, when I finally decided to try Write Dept., Chattanooga, Tenn., Co, Special for on our case and book, "Home Jul the woman's tonic, and I firmly Treatment tor Women," sent in plain wrapper. IrHE mil NnaaaS '.4i uft , Office over G. W. Lowe's HMHBfliHBB&lBHIW89k 2 Shoe Store J. B. Stone J. H. Stone tj Stone HKafiHHBHiHHHHrTBC'j TimrTOWPWi nnMi ir rwii iiiTSAtip-iWrT- k w Stone. izisi.'ii ; MP'IWW?llgJ rk-fisrL '''? Jir.Tws-e.riT- j i 'K rJX . a? .siw: apo5w'T ' w fc. vt- - vv W Attor.ey-At'La- ?0 -- K- -. - ?' f ., .. !Q Will practice in this and adjoining counties. FOREST EXTENSION, STATE NURSERIES Demand For Material at State Nurseries Shows That Kentucky People Are Beginning to Plant Trees As Well As Cut Them Down r Frankfort, Ky. (Special) It is patent to those individuals who have made a study of the matter are certain areas of Kentucky which that-there Jamstown, : Kentucky L. H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones J-- Eye Specialist Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals Office ab Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. Special Notice! Woodson Lewis Qreensburg, Ky. conomy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick and satisfactory fence. '' .c i , NOTE THE PRICE. a .. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c 7 g 8 9 9 6 .. " S; 26 32 , lgc 20(, 6 9 6 9 " V " Z ii 'A " " " " 32 39 It ! " 39 "" "" "" " 18c " 22ic " 20e Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. uv'nnw before the advance. We have 30.000 rods ' ;.- - . . . vubjectito your orders, batistaction guaranteed as PRESERVE to Quality and Price. r ... of forests than for agriculture or pasturage. In fact, there are certain areas which never will produce anything except timber crops. In order to encourage the planting of these areas to timber, and also encourage the planting of timber or worn out lands for regenerative purposes and to prevent erosion, the State Board of Forestry, early in its work, provided for two nurseries one at Louisville (which is the larger) and one at Frankfort, which is hardly a year old at the present time. The nursery at Louisville was started early in the fall of 1913, and has been gradually increasing its capacity. Last fall the first sale of stock was made from the Louisville nursery, amounting to one thousand black locusts and one hundred catalpa seedlings. That such nursery supplies are wanted in the State is shown by the fact that, if available, at least ten thousand black locusts could have been sold and an indefinite number of other species. There is no doubt but what, as the existence and extent of the nursery is realized throughout the State, a large and continuous demand will spring up for seedlings and transplants which the State can furnish, since these seedlings will be sold at cost to individuals who desire them. The nursery will pay for itself in time and the cost of the stock will be reduced as the capacity of the nursery increases. At the present time there are considerably over six thousand transplants In the beds at the nursery at Louisville. The species which were planted in the Louisville nursery this spring are more valuable for the production were as follows: Box elder, white ash, blue ash, apple stock, apricot, American beech, buckeye, catalpa, chestnut, Kentucky coffee tree, wild cherry, sweet cherry, American elm, gingko, sweet gum, shell bark hickory, mockernut hickory, pignut hickory, black locust, sugar maple, red maple, cucumber magnolia, white oak, red oak, black oak, bur oak, pin oak, yellow poplar, black walnut, Japanese wajnut. There were sown in the Frankfort nursery twelve seed beds 24x4 feet, with-t- he following species: Chestnut, red oak, black walnut, pin oak, yellow poplar, shell bark hickory, sugar maple, white ash. Each spring and fall sees the capacity of the nurseries very materially increased. The varieties which have been planted in the nurseries have been (with the exception of some species with which it was decided to experiment) confined almost entirely to native Kentucky trees of special commercial Importance. Just what number of seedlings will be available this fall for distribution and sale it is impossible at this time to determine on account of the earliness of the season. The seed beds were very materially increased within the year. One feature of the nursery work at Louisville was the planting of one-habushel of apple seed. It is eventually expected that the Louisville nursery will be able to furnish apple stock of standard variety to individuals around the State and that the orcharding which is becoming a feature of agricultural work in Kentucky will in this way be materially assisted. Also the nursery is experimenting with varieties of walnuts, chestnut, pecans and other nnt trees which produce commercial or chards. lf Phone 1 14 G. Columbia, Ky. Residence Phone-1- B Business Pha el3"A - DR. J. N. MURRELL IDENTIST . Office, Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g up Slairf. Columbia, - Kentucky Notice to the Public General Blacksmithlng Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires attention to Horse Shoeing. pat on. Specla Prices right and satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot' PHONEINO.I75 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky OWBrLCSi DUIN'-L'.AI- j FOREST LANDS A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated ThornhiH Wagons. 'Satisfaction, or your money back." ing, both We Forett Conservation Concerns Both City and Farm. Many dwellers in towns and cltieB Don'tjforget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth- at old prices. 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. Limefor this month, only 90c. Surveying C. D. Landowners Attention. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do years Special your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or Attnetin to Eyes write T. C. Faulkner,f Ffetalo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any work done at fair prices. 1 well fixed to take care ef stock. Mob dae when work is done or steck i e0Ted from staMee. u LKATWM-K- Eiti IWjIES IESHENCE 'fflSMUtltli StKET. feel great interest in forestry and would be glad to give active aid to the cause. Some are doing so by the improvement of forest lands which they own, but theie are greater numbers who are not able to do this but who greatly desire to enjoy the forests and to help along any movement tending to their improvement. The preservation of forests for natural scenery; to check the winds and hold back the waters; to stop erosion of valuable farm lands; to harbor birds and animals; to produce materials for building and manufacturing are matters which concern city people as well as those who dwell on farms. The obligation to protect the forests rests upon all and the opportunity to enjoy them Bhould be enjoyed by all. Cities should own forest parks in which the design should be to get away from the conventional and costly style of landscape gardening now so common in city parkB. Such parks, if made as natural as possible, would cost far less to establish and maintain than other parks and would serve many purposes. They would help to arouse an interest in forestry and to show its practicability. They would afford means of recreation and study, supplementing the courses in school. If the agricultural experiment stations in the different states were enabled to in the establishment and maintenance of suck forest parks, the arrangement would no doubt be mutually helfful, since the work would be started along forestry rather than ornamental lines and its permanency would be reasonably sure. Forest conservation to many people means the saving of mature trees and nothing more. Real conservation takes into account all that is of value, also that which has a potential value. Correct Ideas, regarding values of forest products need an entire as upon a proper conception of what constitutes the most essential part of a forest rests the fundamental doctrine of conservation. To save that which is worth but little and to waste that which id full of possibilities shows wrong ideas regarding values, but examples of this kind are very common. Almost every one appreciates the worth of a large oak, walnut or pine tree, but to most people a seedling of the same species is nothing but a weed. It seems hard for any one, who has not studied the rate of growth of trees, to realize that a mature tree makes but little growth and is worth saving only as long as it remains sound, while a thrifty young tree is growing into value at a rapid rate. But little that is really worth while will be done In the care of our timber trees until we come to realize that forest conservation means the saving of trees of all ages and sizes. However, it is gratifying to note that the interest in forestry is growing constantly and that the number of trees planted each year is increasing. ng Dr. James Tripiett DENTIST OVER FAXTISU DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RKS PHONE 30. OFFICE PHONI TIN WORK. I am prepared to do any kind of Tin Work, Eoofingr, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tia or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythin6inmy line or repair work in tin or sheet iron.' Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. S. E. Bridgwaters, 'Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1915, as far as reported. Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates: days Grayson, Sept. prepared for the feast. Multiply "ffiese days Barbourville, Sept. quantities by one thousand, repre-eentidays Hodgenville, Sept. approximately the number of days Henderson, Sept meals per annum, and wo have the Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, annual contents of the nation's larde Sept. 136 days But with all our Immense quantity, quality- - and wide range of pro- BOwensboro, Sept. 215 days superb Horse Cave, Sept. 224 days ducts, the American housewife, like Pennyroyal-HopkinsvillSept. 27 the wife of King Nebuchadnezzar, longs for variety and she goes market-la- g 6 days. la foreign lands. She buys abroad. Glasgow, Sept. 294 days . 920,000,0H) per annum of farm Adairvilte, Sept. 30- -3 days caa and Bhould bo produced that Cav City, Oct. 4--6 days ha tke Uaited States. Murray.'Oct. S 4 days. 14 13 73 75 e, pro-dae- ts THE ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS e ELECTION NOTICE. ASSERTS SHE WAS AFRAID Pursuant to an order of the Adair County Court entered at the July term, on Monday July 6th 1915, notice is hereby given that a poll will be taken and an election held in all the voting precincts of Adair county at the regular voting-rplace- s in said precincts, on Saturday the 11th day of September 1915, between the hours of 6 o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock p. m. On said date at which election all the legal voters residing in the several voting precincts in Adair county shall be giv-e-n the opportunity to vote on the question, "Are you in favor of issuing one hundred and twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars in bonds for the purpose of building roads and bridges?" The order calling said election and direct ing the manner jn which same shall be held is in words and figures as follows: J Adair County Court Eegular Term July 5th, 1915. This day came H. C. Baker, W. F. Carfcwright, J. O. Russell and Sam Lewis and one hundred and fifty oth-e- r legal voters and freeholders of Adair county and presented their written petition which has been lodged with the Judge of this Court, which said petition is ordered filed and is in words and figures as follows herewith: Petition to the Adair County Court. We, the undersigned, who are legal voters and freeholders of the county of Adair, state of Kentucky, respectfully petition the county Judge to make an order on his order book directing an election to be held in said county on the 11th day of September 1915, directing the Sheriff of Adair County to advertise said election and the object therefor, for at least thirty days next before the day thereof, in some paper having the largest circulation in the county and also by printed handbills posted up at not less than four public places in each voting precinct in the county and ott the courthouse door submitting' trTe question to the legal voters. " "Are you in favor of issuing one thousand" hundred and twenty-fiv- e dollars in bonds for the purposes'of building roads and bridges in said county? It is now ordered on the motion of said petitioners that an election be held on the 11th day of September 915, at the several voting precincts in Adair county Kentucky, at which the question shall be submitted to the Segal voters of the county, "Are you in. favor of issuing one hundred and twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars in bonds for the purpose of building roads and bridges in the county? The Sheriff of said county is directed to advertise said election and the object therefor at least 30 days next before the day of said election in the Adair County News and also by printed hand bills posted upS,t not less than four public places in each vofc 3ng precinct in said county and at the Lindsey-Wilso- n A Training Safe Place to Put Your Children School Y N OFSHADOW Miss Underhill Says Tanlac Has Relieved Her of Nervousness. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 31. "I was so nervous I actually was afraid of my shadow," Miss Christine Underhill, assistant manager of the soda fountain at the Herman Straus Company's store, this city, told friends recently when relating her experience with Tanlac, the premier preparation. "I had ail sorts of hallucinations and worried about all kinds of trifles," Miss Underhill continued. "I knew that I was suffering" from excessive nervousness and was in a terribly rundown condition. I "tried many medicines' TERM OPENS SEPT. 6, 1915. 4 . ally decided" to try Tanlac. "To say that I was benefited would be expressing myself in too mild a manner. I was astonished at the result. After taking only a few doses I noticed a marked improvement. My entire nervous system seemed to have undergone a wonderful change. My sleep became restful and refreshing and my appetite reappeared. "Really," she laughingly added, "I ate so ravenously that I was afraid my board bill would be raised." Tanlac, the premier preparation, is now on sale in Columbia at Page & Taylor's drug-stor- e Ad. Rev. C. Connor Brown, Synodical without beingbenefited. I fin- l.'&Boys and Girls are under our personal ." care at allltimes. .2. New brick dormitories, electric lights, water works, baths, and steam heat. 3. Location healthful and beautiful. 4. Ten acre campus, good athletic field, ten nis courts, basket ball floor, track, etc. 5. Thorough courses. Our graduates enter the best colleges and universities without Good moral and religious influences but 6. not secterian. Book-keepin- g, COURSES: Training, Normal, Intermediate, Primary, pression, Voice, Art. Ex Evangelist of the Presbyterian Churc, held a very helpful meeting at Union church last. w,eek. By his straight ..many have forward, seen the truth as never before, and have been led to a betjter alife.. During .tlje 'rheeting there, were f otfrtsen confessions, seven of whom,.' joined Union church The're'maindjer. will join other churches. The "church feelsncouraged and will have a' deep interest in Mr. Brown and his work. plain-preachin- Compare our advantages with the best and our rates with the lowest. MOSS & CHANDLER, j" Biliousness and. Constipation. It is certainly surprising that any woman will endure the miserable feelings caused by bilousness and conand at so little expense. Mrs. Chas. Peck, Gates, N. Y., writes: "About a year ago I used two bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and they cured me of biliousness and constipation." For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. mange f, Columbia, Ky. SALE. stipations, when relief is so easily had J. W. Blair, who lives neai Glen-villwhile returning home from that place last Thursday, his horse fell e, Beginning Aug. 30th, and continuing till Monday Sept. 13th., I will have my Clearance Sale, giving you 2 weeks in which to buy goods at prices never heard of before. Semi-annual Court-hous- e door. All legal voters of said county shall be privileged to vote at said election and the same officers that hold the regular election shall hold this election. The question, "Are you in favor of issuing one hundred and twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars in bonds for the purpose of building roads and bridges" shall be printed on the ballot as prescribed for in the general election law. Given under my hand as Sheriff of Adair County Kentucky this July 31, 1915. S. H. Mitchell, with him, dislocating his shoulder. All Calicoes 4c per pd Drs. S. P. andO. P. Miller were called Gingham 1 0c yd. and reduced the dislocation. " 10c 8c yd. . Ginghams 5 c yd. 7c.Apron Worth Their weight in Gold. Bleach7c and 8 c. f "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets and found them to be just as repre- 10c Lawns, Percales, &c.'8c yd. sented, a quick relief for headaches, 5 c Dress Goods4' Oc. sl dizzy spells and other symptoms de25c " ; " T19c?yd.l J noting a torpid iiver and a disordered " :. " 39c. yd? condition of the digestive organs, 50c They are worth their weight in gold," .1.00 " .. " 76c yd: --"' "10c yd. writes Miss Clara A. Driggs, Elba, 12c Shirting " N. Y. For sale bv Paull Drutr Co. 8c yd. 10c Adv. Good Brown Domestic 5c yd. " 6c yd. Heavy " Rev. Brown has had a very meeting at Union. There have 500 prs. Mens and Ladies Hose, Assorted Colors, worth been many professions and an unus 10c. at 6c. per pair. ual interest manifested from the start 100 Mens Work Shirts worth 50c. at 29c. 1 All Mens, Ladies and Childrens Slippers at 60c to the DoHar. 2c Tinware. 6 qt. covered Buckets, lie. 8 qt covered Bickets 13c. 10qt Milk Bucket 13c. 10;gt Qalvanized Water Pail 14c 1 1 r Groceries. 2 lb. Bucket Cotton Seed Lard 20c 3 1b. 30c. ft ' 1 Sheriff Adair Co., Ky. Columbia, Ky. "We to the close. . willf urnish the Louisville Daily fur-mis- Post from now until the 10th of November and the Adair County Naws, one year, for $1.50. We can not h the Post to citizens of Columbia at that price, as the agent furnishes town subscribers. People living out f Columbia, who want a daily paper until after the election, can get the Post for a small sum by subscribing with us. Call or send check or money order. Remember that The News will come to you one year and the Daily Post until the 10th of November for.$1.50. To the Public. feel that I owe the manufactur- None Equal to chamberlain's. "I have tried most all of the cough cures and find that there is none that equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has never failed to give me prompt relief," writes W. V. Harner, Mont-pelle- r, Ind. When you have a cold give this remedy a trial and see for yourself what a splendid medicine it is. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. Messrs. HATS Men's $2.50 Hats at $1.98. '" M " 1.48. 2.00 " " .98. 1.50 " Men's, Ladies and Childrens Straw Hals at half All price. lot Men's Panama Hats at about half value. 1 4 lb. 50 lb. 100 lb. 50 lb. 25 lb. 100 ' 40c Can " Drums " " " " " $4.24. 8.40. Can Pure Hog Lard $4.98. Bag Best Granulated Sugar $ .66. " 6.60. Miscelaneous 10c Stock Food 5 c " 12c 25c " 25c Poulky Food 12c M " 50c 20c $1.00 Bottle Dr. Shoop's Restorative 29c " Rumatic Cure 29c " 1.00 Anticeptic OH 20c .50 " Chifl Tonic 25 c .50 . Clothing. Men's Suits, best thing in house went as high as $10.00 ;;--'-, - ; all colors, choice $9.90. Oliver and James Pelley : '' : t'--; sold 12 hogs to Mr. Brack Massie, Men's $10.00 to $12.50 Suks $7.98:; averaging 235 pounds each at $6.30 per All other Suks, Pants, &c. at same Iow.pncs. ' hundred. They also sold 18 head of Men's best Overalls 78c. .T cattle at 6c and 7c to Hobson & PenVShoes dleton, of Greensburg. Men's fine Shoes, went as high as $4.00 at $2.98. 1 now have my Fall stock ef Shees, ers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and you are invited te ccme. in and Men's $2.50 tmd $3.00 fine Shoes $1.98. Other Shoes, including Heavy Work Shoes, Ladies fine and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of grat- look over them. itude," writes Mrs. T. N. Witherall, Shoes and Childrens Shoes at greatly reduced Albin Murray. Gowanda, N. Y. ''When I began takprices. ing this medicine I was in great pain Rev. O. P. Bush began a protracted and feeling terribly sick, due to an at After meeting at Zion last Sunday. He tack of summer complaint. Cash or Producejon Terms will be assisted by Rev. Ennis, of taking a dose of it had nob long to Greensburg. wait for relief as it benefited ma alI will sell only for Cash. If you miss most immediately." For sale by Mr. L. 6. Hindman has rented a your life. Adv. furnished hotel .Paull Drug Co. at Sonora, Hardin J3J Aninfant child of Mr. and Mrs. county, aad will take possession the m.I -- I j I ' ' 9 Richard Shepherd died last Sunday first of October. ;- -.- T .50 Lax-Fo- s 30c '.'"' ':, . 'I .50 Syrup of Figs 20c .50 Snow Unament 80c. .25 15c $5.00 Iron Bed Steads $3.95. 1.50 Rocking Chair $ Sewing Machine $18.50. ' i'.0O Alarm Clocks 78c f See me if you want a Wheat Drill, Disc Harrow, Com Shreader, Hay Bailer, &c 1.05.-.$25,0- 0 -- Strictly all goods except Sugar and Lard, which this Sale, you will miss the chance f Yours, sftwnooa. L. R. romr ill j - 4- - KNIFLEY, KY. ".