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Monday's Speaking. The court house was well filled MonSome time ago Jo Eagal and Roy West Columbia: M. C. Winfrey, There was an interesting case called Judge; Kay in the Eussell County Court; Monday Polston were fined in the Adair cir- day afternoon, the people having gathThe End Came Suddenly at His Judge; H. D. Murray, disturbing ered to hear the bond proposition disMontgomery, Clerk; Bobt. Pennycuff, of last week. In talking to a Eussell cuit court upon a charge of rendering cussed. Mr. E. E. Woods, President on Thursday Night, Residence county citizen he related these cir- public worship. After the Sheriff. accused left the of the Good Eoads Association, of the and it Was a Great Shock East Columbia: Elzy Young, Judge; cumstances: Some years ago a man of the verdict Cumberland Louisville, was the first speaker, and now lives in county and went into Tom Bryant, Judge; L. T. Neat, named Thos. Yaden, who county. Sheriff Mitchell has been on he made a strong speech, favoring the to Columbia. Eussell county, married a woman in Clerk; Frank Waggener, Sheriff. recently he learned the proposition. Texas, and after living with her for the watch, and Milltown: W. H. BurreSs, Judge; He was followed by Mr. J. F. Montlocation of the parties. Papers were sometime he came to his present home PHYSICIANS, Jo E. Johnson. Judge, Albert Mercer, near SAGE OF ADAIR COUNTY sent to Mr. W. H. Jones, Sheriff of gomery, who spoke for the opposition Sewellton, and after living there Clerk; Geo. Kemp, Sheriff. Sunday quite awhile, he married another Cumberland county, and last Burkes-vill- for about one hour. He enthused the Judge; Moss, Keltner: Marshall friends of his side. he and the Town Marshall of woman. The first List Thursday evening, September Mannie Kemp, Judge; W. H. Kemp, Texas week before wife came out from Judge W. W. Jones was the .next Mr. W. H. Murley, landed the last, went to Eus2, 1915, at 8" o'clock, the subject of Clerk; George Eogers, Sheriff. speaker, and he showed very plainly fugitives in jail at this place. county and there met her husthis writing fell dead at his home, in Gradyville: Porter Flowers, Judge; sell Mr. Jones is a very efficient officer that the county would be greatly benband. A warrant was issued for his youngest Sheriff efited by voting bonds. this city. His wife was the only per- D. C. Wheeler, Judge; Elmer Keen, arrest, and ttie case called for trial and is probably the son in the dwelling when the sum- Clerk; Charles spark, Sheriff. being less than twenty-fiv- e Eev. J. S. Chander, who at all time3 last Monday week. The defense in the State, mons came, and our informant states years old. is ready to defend what he believes to EIroy: A. C. Froedge, Judge; J. called for evidence of the first marrithat-thDoctor had started to his be right, made a telling speech for the C. Eeece, Judge; Tom Bosson, Clerk; age, and the woman who claimed to sleeping apartment, with a lighted pay 16c. a dozen for bonds, occupying only abour fifteen J. F. Neat will Sgrange, Sheriff. be the first wife, failing to produce lamp, when the attack came. He fell Finis minutes. on the pike. M it chum, papers, the case waS continued, and eggs, cash, at his store Harmony: Charles and when the first friend, Mr. Jo N. is Conover, reached him, he had ex- Judge; F. C McClister, Judge; Alvin the first wife left for her home. It Death of Mr. John H. Sandidge. doubtful if anything further comes of Sheriff. Sale Notice for September 18. pired, the lamp remaining gripped in Loy, Clerk; A. Darnell, Glensfork: Albert Johnson, Judge; it. his right hand. The intelligence of the death of Mr. Dr. Taylor was a remarkable man-Hi- Tom Taylor, Judge; Arlo Kippetoe, On Saturday, the 18th day of Sep- John H. Sandidge, who was the oldest New Millinery Firm. vigorous constitution was often Clerk; Albert Miller, Sheriff. tember, 1915, at my farm on Damrsn's member of the bar at "Burkesville, mentioned, as he was very active from White Oak: Willie Burton, Judge; creek, Adair county, Ky., I will as ad- reached here last Friday. He died a young man to old age. The 21st of Geo. Blair, Judge; Kobt. Bailey, Clerk; Mrs. Geo. W. Staples has sold ministratrix of the estate of E. C. Thursday night at the age of eighty-si- x last April he reached his eighty-secon- d S. Wilson, Sheriff. J. her stock of millinery goods to Neal, deceased, sell to the highest and years. Many years ago he was the birtiiday, and his demise removes the Little Cake: W. F. Grant, Judge; Mrs. Geo. F. Stults and Mrs. L L. best bidder, on a credit of six months, Commonwealth's Attorney in this last member of a large family of Jim Mcluarry, Judge; B. B. White, Eubank, who will conduct the bus- with note and approved security, beardistrict. He was a vigorous prosecubrothers and sisters, sons and daught- Clerk; JR C. Neal, Sheriff. iness in the same apartments, Eussell ing interest from date, required of the tor, and three men were condemned ers of Eev. George Taylor, who was a farmPelleyton: Wallace Goodin, Judge; Building. The ladies are experienced purchrser, a pair of stock-scaleto die, on the gallows, in the Adair pioneer Methodist preacher of this twjo horses, two mules, some John Gabbert, Judge; W. E Knifley, milliners and wiU make every effort to ing tools, circuit court while he was in office. county. please lovers of fashion. They were hogs, and about 25 head of cattle, and The men were Smith, Johnson and Sheriff. Dr Taylor had been a practicing Clerk; Tom Ba.nett, old corn, a buggy Gallahar. The latter hung himself in Koley: Ed Bryant, Judge; Has Able, in Louisville and Cincinnati last week about 60 barrels of physician for more than a half centuwhere they bought a and a lot of other proper- jail. The other two were executed by and harness, G. E. ry, and up to the time of his death he Judge; Harvey Lewis, Clerk; stock of the very latest designs in the ty too numerous to mention herein. the Sheriff of this county. had been the Health Officer- - of Adair Feese, Sheriff. millinery line. They also purchased Sale will begin about 10 o'clock, a. m. Cane Valley: J. I Slransberrj, goods from Indianapolis and Nash county for qult a number of years. Mrs. E. C. Neal, Eunice, Ky. Ladies, His work in that capacity has bet- Judge: T. T Tupman, Judge; J. G. ville. While in Cincinnati they seAdministratrix, of estate of tered the health condition of Adair, Sublett, Clerk; J B Beard, Sheriff. R. C. Neal, deceased, cured the services of- - Miss Lula the death rate being much lower now Egypt: G D. Bryant, Judge; Hor Dersche, whose home is in that city. We now have on display the latest than when he took up the work. To ace Murrell, Judge: Jo S. Beard, Clerk; She is a young lady of delicate taste Fall styles in millinery. Come and Painfully Hurt. n the medical fraternity he was see our L. G. Weatherford, Sheriff. and large experience in artistic work. over the State. He attended Eussell & Eubank. A. D. Patteson, She will arrive in due time. Notice South Columbia: the State meetings of the Board of Judge; Hudson Conover, Judge; L. C. of their opening will be given later. Last Saturday afternoon while returning from the circus, Mr. and Mrs. Health, and his opinions given before Educational Rally Notice. Winfreyt Clerk; Fred Denson, Sheriff. They will be pleased to see Mrs. Stathat body were logical, many of His ples former customers, and they hope W. T. Ottley got badly hurt. They suggestions being adopted for future to merit a large trade on their own were in a loaded surrey and when near The program this year is ust the Years. reputatson. The style of this firm is the High School building, the front same as guidance. He loved his profession, Coldest Summer for 44 last year, with two exceptions; and was a constant reader of the lataxle of the vehicle broke, and the Stults & Co. the running high jump has been added est medical periodicals. He was a carryall dropped to the ground. Mr. and the subject for the essay this An examination of the temperature man possessed of general information Ottley and his wife both received se- year is: "The Progress of the MooFor Sale.-i-vere bruises and were so fearfully nlight Schools in Kentucky." an entertaining conversationalist. records of the United States Weather and is Events of the long past were vivid in Bureau Station in Cincinnati Monday shaken up that they have been con- possible some error may have It been My house and lot. located on Stan fined to their home since. It is hoped his mind, and he could relate them so disclosed the fact that this has been made in printing the program some plainly that a little child could un- - the coldest summer during the 44 ford street, and near L. W. T. S. See that they will be able to be out in a week or two ago and the egg race was years weather data has been kept in me at Adair County News office, or few days1. derstand. omitted, This event is for girls 14 , He was a native of Adair county Cincinnati. The average temperature write me at Columbia, Ky. and under There are also two foot E. L. Feese. and if the writer has been correctly for the period from May 1 to date is P. O. Box 173. Notice, Modern Woodmen! races,J(100yard dash,) one for boys any, informed, he was born and reared on a 68.2 degrees, or 4.6 degrees below the age, and one for boys 14 and under. I . Examination. farm one mile from GHenviile, on the normal and the lowest average temAll Moderif Woodmen in good stand- mention these last events, as some-- , perature ever recorded for a ing are invited to ba at the hall Monday- thought road leading to Creelsboro. there was just one 100 yard, 'period, Tne nearest-approac-night, Sept. 131 .There fill be" Besides being a skilled physician and Somtf.twjo'onmore years ago an' old dash for boys -. , to the record established this summer gentleman named D., E. Alleri who work in the J de'erees. ".After an upright citizen, hetwas a devoted W. M. Wilson, Sec. Eally Com.. member of the Christian Church, and was the summer of T89l' whin the lived inlQwa,--gotni-p auorrespondence work; refreshments will be ierved in ji temperature averaeed 69.2 decrees. was ever ready with his 'presence and with a.lady namedrFirgsin; 'who lives 'Hall- - AU'anembers an gpo4 standing Farm For Sale. The average temperature or August in, Cumberland.cbuntyM,AnAagree- - from" neighboring Campsare. also, purse to do all he could in advanchis to date is also a record' breaker present and join with us ing the cause of Christianity. mentfcto marry wasteachedriandsthe brotherly love. My farm,' known as the4 W. vB."Du-As time passed he realized that he reached the low mark of 69.8 degrees' old gentleman-cam- e x but aud .the' rites in A Eosenbaum, Consul,, had but a short time tpv remain with The normal average temperature for were solemnized. H:Jsft j&veral' Hnlarm, 1 mile from Grady ville, is iF. ' r J. C Strange, Clerk. his companion, children and friends, August to date is 75 !5 degrees: The children in Iowa, audi they claim,- as" for sale- - The farm contains 191 acres more or less, has 75 acres in cultivaand on each Sunday forenoon at the lowest average temperature previous we understand, that Jhbroughb' sevNotice. services in the Christian church, just to this year was 711 'degrees recorded eral thousand dollars, in cash with" tion, 30 acres of it bottom land, the before or just after his birthday, he in August 1875. balance in timber. It has a good 4 him. Several months ago he died sang, alone, "Beyond the Dark Sea," The month of May, June, July and very suddenly.1 -- His children learning I am prepared to grade and clean room cottage, two good barns and all W. H. Dixon, and while he was so pathetically ren- August, this year taken collectively, of his demise, a son came out a few your wheat. other necessary outbuildings. I will Concord. 45-dering it many eyes in the congrega- show a very large deficiency in tem- weeks ago, and as a result of his insell same for 81,600. $800 paid in cash tion were bedimmed with tears. perature, compared with the normal, vestigation, the County Judg'e of the balance on easy terms. Any one There is good interest taken in the wanting to buy come and see me. He was a man who will be greatly although individually these months Cumberland county ordered that the missed, as he was known to every have shown lower temperature in pre body be disinterred and that a post- meetings that are now being held in Eobert O. Keltner, grown person and many of the chil- vious years. This year differs, from mortem examination be made. The the court house building. The EvanGradyville, Ky. of Adair county, as he visited other years in that in no other year officers and physicians met at White gelist, F. W. Fall, spoke to a house dren Badly Hurt. every school in Adair, white and col were there four consecutive cool Hill Church last Monday, the body full, Sunday night, on the subject "Eternal Hell." and we believe all ored, once a year, laying before the months from May to August. taken up 'and an examination made. who heard him were convinced by Mrs. Myrt Abrell, who live3 near pupils laws of health, urging that The result will be given to the public scripture that hell fire is awaiting all Sano, this county, was very seriously they be striotly obeyed. The LlndseyWilson. opened this later. the Christ rejectors but an earnest hurt last Tuesday, "by being thrown Our readers will remember that at morning with' flattering prospects. appeal was given for people to repent from a buggy. She was knocked the beginning of this year he com- Already a number of students from a There will be Eally Day of the was thought menced writing health articles for The distance have arrived, and they will church and Bible School at the Chris- and escape this eternal doom. The senseless, and at first it meetings will continue until the 19th that she sustained broken bones, btifc News, which doubtless were widely continue to come for several weeks. tian church the fourth Sunday in this upon examination it was discovered read. He wrote them, gratis, for the The two large brick dormitories aTei month. A program will be published of September. AH are- - welcome. that she was only stunned and badly benefit of humanity. The last one well furnished, and there is comforta- next week. There will be a r roll call will be bruised. Thursday it was reported White teachers' examination penned by him appears in this issue ble (room for all who will come.. The that day and a special request is made " iheld in the old Christian College Chap-- that she'was on her way to recovery, con- sooner you of the paper. It is marked "to be enter school the. .better for for all the members to be present. elrup stair, September 17th and 18th. tinued," but his pen has been stilled. the studenb. . For Sale.. : Friday the body was embalmed, to , - A revival meeting will begin on The laws governing tpe examination r. to the teachers- - ' await the arrival of his daughters, Prof. E. E. Moss, of the Lindsey .Monday evening alter the fourth Sun are known i Desirable home, near Fair grounds, Mrs. Fannie McGarvey and Miss Mat-ti- e Wilson, conducted the; Tompkinsville day in this month at the: Christian consisting of two acre lot, good dwell ringing at There will be an Taylor. The former was out West, Institute, and' the teachers- - resoluted church conducted by Eld. J. Q MontIt wilLbe ing, outbuildings, fine water and fruit Providence next Sunday gomery. A herethe latter in Frankfort. that it was" the best one-- ever conduc- by extendedcordial invitation is these conducted be the best singers in the also 32cres of land. to all to attend The funeral services were held In ted in the county- Sallie Newby or Henry Mullinix county. Bring books. services. the Christian Church last Saturday f. Columbia, Ky. forenoon, beginning at 10:30. The Messrs. J. E. Garhett, Democrat, Have you joined the Cash Union Give the bond issue serious considbuilding was crowded with relatives J O. Eussell, Eepublican, have been Store yet? Yes, and am buying the eration, and you will vote for the Mrs. Aaron Rogers fell at her resiand friends, who had gathered to .pay appointed Election Commissioners for cheapest goods that I ever bought in proposition. dence last Saturday, dislocating her mp life. It pays to join. Call on T. tribute to the honored dead. right elbow. Drs. O. P. andS. P. the ensuing year. G. Easner and get a card. My farm. , Miller reduced the fracture. services were conducted The funeral Foe Bent. 44-Mrs. P. WDohoney. by Eld. Z. T. Williams, assisted by Born, to the wife, of Harvey ConA raincoat was taken, tjhrpugh misNeat Saturday the bond issue will Eld. M. B. Gabbert and Rev. J..S. over, near Ozark, September the 2nd, take, from Bruce ' Grissom's stand, be decided at the polls. Every man Mr. G. W. Lowe,- - who has- - been conChandler, all three paying high trib- a 'eon. r who wants to .get out of the mud ducting a shoe store at this place for during the fair. It belongs to me;and.. -' ' ute to the departed. closed- pilt I would Dejjlad if the oae'whVhaa jfci.' When .traveling out of Columbia. should vote'f or the issuing of bonds. about eighteen moaths, has remains were de eiffl&r", Services over, the is the.only jrayjTto get ,gaed roads his stock, onaocduatof the Mhe& of would tetifra :feme to this posited beside the graves of loved, noes get W,ja. W qgea's pejdes "bejtgra .yeu It 6 Dt, O. P. MiUwv ""'""T'' ft"-'Wwtf c "M , hire a rift in the city cemetery. e, e & ., s s, well-select- 45-2- t. well-know- Eeady-to-wear- s. j Post-Morte- m -- orresponding -- 'It -- - i 1 ' 2t , f. . ., i aU-da- .' 45-t- ii 2t . - -- lt. 45-2- ? 1 THE ADAIR 'COUNTY NEWS To The Voters of Adair County. In submitting to you this note I assume each voter of the county wants to cast his vote in the Road Bond Contest aio w pending for the general as well as Mis own good. It is our duty as good toitSzens to inform ourselves upon this (question and then act according to our individual judgment and if we honest-il- y err we are without blame. We cannot better inform ourselves on this question than to go to the orecords of the county and see just exactly what we are now paying and .for what purpose. I now insert in this note the folio certificate of our County Clerk, c?iz; acD-County of Adair, I, Walker Bryant, Clerk of the Adair County Court, certify that the present rate of taxes for Adair county, Kentucky, for the year 1915 is as follows, viz: 25 cents ad valorem tax on Ahe 8100, and $1.50 per capita for Gen-arPurposes, 25 cents ad valorem tax on each 8100 for roads and bridges and 15 cents ad valorem tax on each 100 and 50 cents per capita for school purposes, and the property list for taxa$2,694,985 tion is dot this year. And franchises for Bank, al STOP AT THE w-d- ng 'State of Kentucky, . take four full years to build it and so on according to the amount of money expended per mile. Then say we are three years building this road and then we begin say on the road leading to Russell county and it takes us 2 years to build that and 8 years to build the two roads leading to Cumberland and Metcalfe county lines and then 3 or 4 years more to the Green and Taylor county lines, 'when we have done this we have consumed in all about 16 years and have not touched any other than roads leading to county seats. Now if we vote $125,000 in bonds we can raise the money on them and build all the roads I have mentioned and 25 or 30 miles of additional roads in other parts of the county, and all at once and be enjoying them while paying for them. By this process we can all enjoy some of the benefits of the good roads proposition, but if we continue the way we have set out, many who pay tax will never see a completion of Kow let us see if it will not be almost if not quite as cheap, for us to go upon the bond plan. Say we only continue to pay the 20 cents levy which we have already started on which will raise 85,614 per year if the assessment is never any higher and then take the like amount put up by the State which will make, in all, $11,228 per year. If we assume that all the bonds will be sold' just as needed, it can be so done as to, in effect, allow us to pay them off just as we have the money to so do. If you desire to figure it out upon the basis of paying off the bonds and interest at the rate of 811,228 per year, you will find that they will all be discharged, principal and interest, at the end of 17 years. By the course we are now pursuing, it will take at least 20 years to make all the roads we could make with this 8125,000, and it would eost us more than to go at it at once and have it all done with except paying which can easily be done without raising the tax rate one cent over what it is now. Why would any business man take 20 years to do a thing which he can do at once and at less expense? Let me call the peoples attention to another thing, which is a dangerous thing, and it is this: when some two or three of these roads are built, then those who have gotten the benefit of your taxes for, may be 10 or 12 years, will get tired of the road tax and may elect a Fiscal Court which will stop the Road Building and leave you in the mud while they will ride upon roads you have built. Our only remedy against this seems to be to carry through the bond proposition and let us all have a fair show. There can be no advantage they are able to work and let them help to take care of one another and treat them like they were human beings. I don't want to be undo when GALT HOUSE WHEN IN LOUISVILLE PLAN Good Rooms for $1.00 per Day. them. -- 3tC., for 19U was Total $112,422. $2,807,407 Witness JL915. my hand this Aug. 30th, Walker Bryant, Clerk. There are 3,400 polls outside of tfchose returned as delinquent. If you will take the pains to do so, .you will find by a short calculation hat we pay for school purposes, at 15 cents on the $100, $4,210, and 50 cents on each of the 3,400 polls, 81,700, making in all $5,910. However thereshould 3& deducted from this about $900 for taxes on property included in the Graded School district which would leave the county paying for school purposes $5,010. For general (purposes which includes salaries of oounty officials, keeping prisoners, keeping up the paupers, etc., at 25 oents on the $100, $7,017. And $1 50 ton each of 3,400 polls, $5,100, making a total for general purposes 812.117. Also we have levied 5 cents on the $100 for general road purposes for maintenance, 31,403; also 20 cents on the $100 to Sbuild the pike from Columbia over the Stanford road to the Casey county line which amounts to 85,614 Total ttaxes for all purposes, $24,144. You will observe that we are now under contract to build a pike from Columbia to the Casey county line and Brave appropriated for that purpose for sthis year 85,614, which is the above 20 --cents on the $100 for each dollar of which the county expects to get one dollar from the State which will make 311,228 already set apart for this purpose by the Fiscal Court. 'The distance to the Casey county line being about 20 miles you must observe that the time this road will be completed depends largely upon the amount it will take to build same per mile. If we can build it at $1,200 per anile it would take two full years to complete it, but if it should take 32,500 per mile to build it, it would ia -- derstood as begrudging a single crumb to the poor of the county, but on the contrary I want to see them better taken care of, which I know can be done at far less expense than iD is now being done. I understand that the county farm in Casey oounty isand that that county pays out next to nothing for the maintenance of its poor, and well provides for them through its farm. If we could so manage it as to save 3 or 4 thousand dollars per year out of this 85,043, in this one item we could add it to the road fund and could thereby be able to pay this 8125,000 and interest in less than 14 years. Say we save $3,000 per year this way and add it to the $11,228 it would make $14,228 to pay each year on the bonds and interest without raising the present tax rate one cent. I have made the figures and with this sum to pay at the end of each yeai, we could pay off the whole 8125,000 and interest in less than 14 years. Let every tax payer ponder over the figures given here. Let him exercise his reason. He might wonder why he is not entitled to have a good road to go about his business on, out of so much money spent. I don't see how any reasonable man can oppose this bond issue in view of all the facts and figures If anybody doubts the figures let him go to the records and see for himself. If we can build all the roads at once and not raise the taxes over the present rate, and with the present rate pay off the bonds and interest in less time than we can build the roads under the present arrangement, how can any reasonable voter fail to say that the bond issue is the sensible and businesslike plan? Take this note and figure on it and see if I have given the correct solution of the matter. We wish to say we have a right to expect fair treatment at the hands of the people who are now getting the benefit of the present arrangement. Just let me add for general infor mation, that we pay for all county 824,144 purposes self-sustaini- Fine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices. Free Auto-Bu- s Meets Trains Turkish and Electric Baths Write For Reservations. Britsaid David ish Minister of Munitions, in an interview with Charles Humbert, new editor of the Journal. "It also controls all foundries and machine and tool factories and not one pound of metal or one detached piece is turned out by this vast industrial machine which is not destined for the This war use of our armies. muso not be fought with brawny chests, but with machinery." e From what Mr. showed him M. Humbert believes British preparations in Lloyd-Georg- e, Lloyd-Georg- Three things to love the wise the virtuous and the innocent. To the Public. manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy a word of gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. Witherall, Gowanda, K". Y. ' When I began taking this medicine I was in great pain and feeling terribly sick, due to an atAfter tack of summer complaint. taking a dose of it had nob long to wait for relief a3 it benefited me almost immediately." For sale by Adv. Paull Drug Co. "I feel that I owe the Three things to commend thrift, industry and promptness. A Splendid Offer. many ways are more ample than those of the French. He declares the army now in training will be one of the most powerful the world has ever seen and when, later, it will be possible to tell what, has been accomplished by the British the universe will be "dumb with admiration. ' TURKEY THREATENS SEEK PEACE. TO Until further notice we will furnish The Adair County News one year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enguir er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, one year, farm and Fireside, semimonthly, one year; year; and Household Journal, monthiy, one year, all for 81.65. This is the best offer ever made by this office, and all who want reading matter should send their subscriptions to this office at once. To-day's ne State tax Columbia for town tax about Columbia Graded School tax Paris, Aug. 26. A rumor is 846,084 current in Athers that Turkey Total Quite a lot of money! has threatened to sign a sepaNow Mr. voter if you want to be sure to get your road attended to on rate peace with the Allies unless the square deal plan, take steps at Germany declares war on Italy, once to be put on equal footing with every other part of the county, which can only be done by getting enough meney in sight at one time to do justice to every part of the county, and this can be done only by sustaining the bond issue. There is danger of a few lines getting their roads piked at State and county expense and then coming to the conclusion that the road tax is a bad thing and preventing the rest of the county from getting any road at all. Most Respectfully, W. W; JONES. 15 440 3,000 3 500 taken then. Now, I want to say that about 5 of the $12,117 above mentioned is spent to keep up the paupers of the county. The Fiscal Court should do what Casey and Cumberland counties have long been doing, viz , buy a good farm and fix it up comfortably and send the paupers to it and give them work to 85,-01- rily or compulsorily," said the Earl. "The agricultural laborer has done his part nobly in the war, but the response has been HIGH BRITISH AUTHORvery unequal over the country, ITY HINTS CONSCRIPand I forecast that during the next year men will be taken from TION NEAR. districts and farms whence hitherto they have not gone. "London, Aug. 26 (5:07 p. m.) -"What I shall aim at and Something in the nature of con Earl Kitchener has been very .scription, though the term was! sympathetic is to leave the :not employed, was foreshadowed farmer his foreman, stockmen, iby the Earl of Selborne, pres- carters and shepherds, but the ident of the Board of Agricult- rest of the work will have to be ure, in an address this after- done by women or men not hithnoon to a deputation of agricult- erto engaged in agriculture." ural land owners which visited Earl Selborne emphasized the ,him in London. fact that Russia's reverses had '''Many more men have got to imposed a greater strain on her 's join the army, whether yolunta- - allies. WAR SITUATION. "We have a greater burden on our shoulders at the present mo ment than six months ago," he said. "The financial strain is going to be very great, and the situation is going to demand from every class greater and greater sacrifices. The speaker stated that the navy had the submarine menace will in hand. SAYS NEW BRITISH ARMY "Already," says the correspondent, "seven Teutonic armies Russia's Munitions Crises Over; in many places are floundering through marshy districts where Armies Now in Great Conthere is a thick fog in the morndition. ing and evening and where the rains are turning the roads into London, Aug. 26. The shell deep mud. Amid the lakes and crises in Russia is over, accordbogs where the operations must ing to an announcement made by now take place the Geamans will Chairman Shingareff, of the often be obliged to move in narDuma Defense Committee to the row causeways under the concenDaily Chronicle's Petrograd cortrated fire of the Russian artil-errespondent. The quantity of which thus will be able to munitions, the statement contininflict terrific losses at small ues, has been more than doubled cost. The foggy weather will and all necessary supplies are goprevent the German airmen feel ing forward promptly. Ihe Rusing out the Russian positions. sian army now is in splendid "An indication of what the fighting condition, it is stated, Russians will do next is given in and the machinery of the interan official announcement that the national administration is gradutime has come for the Russian ally being adapted to the new y, - according to a special dispatch to the morning papers. The Daily Mail's Petrogrand correspondent also telegraphs in an optimistic vein. He says a new phase of the Russian operations is now beginning in which the Russians will have two useful allies, namely, autumn mist end autumn mud. WILL MAKE WORLD "DUMB conditions."The word 'evacuation,' " says WITH ADMIRATION. the correspondent, "is losing its terrors in the minds of the peoParis, Aug. 26. "The Governple, who are beginning' fo regard ment now "has under control all the idea of somewhat protracted factories able to produce cannon, mobility as a feasible military ri&es, projectiles and explosives," scheme." armies to select a suitable position upon which to remove until it can be made to serve as a point of departure for a decisive advance. In other words, the Russians now plan so dig themselves in a fortified defensive front such as exist in the west." THE "ADAIRbUNTyfNEWS K "Premier Okuma states that Japan has decided to give greater assistance to Russia to prosecute the war. He could not discuss detailes, but allowed it to be understood that this assistance ..would take the form of the forwarding of greater supplies of munitions." chiefly for obserbombsrthirty of them of. large ly caliber, were dropped "with pre- vation purposes. cision," the French statement Yesterday's raid was the third or-in-pa- says. v- - in this part of Germany during The Associated Press leaans that Japan has decided to employed all available governmental and private resources for increasing the output of munitions for the allies, particularly Russia. The Japanese government believes the time has arrived for more concerted action against the enemies of Japan and her allies. AEROPLANE SINKS GERMAN ces. SUBMARINE. neighboring towns of Saint Ing-be- rt and Zweibruecken were attacked. Eight persons were State. Indications are multiplying killed in the lalter raid. that a new coalition cabinet of 0 A British authority says national defense may be formed Germans were killed in the in Russia. The subject is being year of the war, and that daily discussed by members of first The besf known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line and parties in the Duma. the net loss, including wounded, "of master workmen the aid of the most causing hard pulling, ill and those dead from disease, ingenious modern machinery have been ' "Thornhill" wagons are equipped witb Unrest of Northern tribesmen employed to make the Thornhill wagon. iong sieeve malleable is 1,500,000. He declares there in India is causing disquietude, The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and re. are only 3,200,000 men on the For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Each skein according to advices received in the finest hickory machine driven fitted to its axle with a Defiance mafighting line. te insure the right dish. The hubs are chine infalliblv accurate. This machlns Japan, but the belief is ex- actual bf oak, thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right pitch and tuck. make pressed that any outbreak could ?vith double refined sable iron. light draft a certainty. ( The bolsters are of the best white oak. The axles are of toughest hickory be handled by the available for 450,-00- Japan is to establist new factories for the manufcature of shells as part of her plan to give increased assistance to her allies in the war, advices from Tokio the last three weeks. On August 9 Saarbruecken was bombarded, and three days later the This is the "Thornhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good ev the-variou- s out-ca- is-jus- Works Wonders for Sick Women STELLA-VITA- E London, Aug. 26, (6:18 p. m.,) FRENCH DROP BOMBS ON A German submarine has been GERMAN FACTORY. destroyed near Ostend, Belgium, by a bomb dropped by an aeroParis, Aug. 26 (2:30 p. m plane. Official announcement to Sixty-tw- o French aviators on this effect was made here this August 24 flew over a German evening. arms factory, to the north of Saarlouis, throwing down a total Washington, Aug. 26. Unoffi- of more than 150 shells. Thirty cial advices to representatives of of these were of large caliber. the Balkan nations here say Bul- Announcement of the aerial raid garia has signed an agreement is made in the statement given with Turkey, which includes the out by the War Office this afterprovision that she remain neu- noon. The statement reads: tral and that the attempt to form ' During the day of August 24 a Balkan League has failed. News a French avitor threw down of the formation of the new Cab- bombs on the railroad station of cured this woman, who had suffered for 25 years. Give it a chance to cure YOU! HAS DONB WHAT STELLA-VITA- E for one woman it well told by Mr. 8. J. Hendriz, of Posey. Texas, who gratefully writes us: "Tot twnty-flv- e I bid from eat to) tbz Doctor! treating ay wit for ftBtfa troublei, tsd tried Ysrloni patent audi-cln- ci and the only racelTed temporary E and to Stlltf. We tried esr isrprlie It reitored her to better fcealth taan the ever bad. It did wort la ier can." 8TELLA-VITAwon-der- fsl the steel axles of the best refined steeL The sides of "Thornhill" beds are made of poplar. It costs the makers The "Thornhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and gives hound plate that is braced to the hounds better service. at all points. 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STELLA-VITA- E inet by Minister Venizolos reach, ed the Greek legation today. It is said here that the demands of the Allies upon Greece were and that the Hellenic Government will announce its intention of remaining neutral, for the present at least. Brest-Litovsk, and Is of remarkable benefit at all times and under all conditions. Its use during preentncy benefits both mother and does not force nature, Offenbourg, in Baden, seventeen miles from Karlsruhe. At this point there is an important railroad junction in the Grand Duchy. child. We guarantee the first bottleof STELLA-VITA- E to benefit you. If It don't you get money back. If it does, your dealer authorized, to sell you six bottles for 65. on this "all to gain Try STELLA-VITAand nothing to lose" basis. Try it TODAY E and Printed. and American Fence. sick there If you are STELLA-VITA- is no timelike NOW for trying E. Also Elwood the great Rus- sian stronghold which has been the apparent chief goal of the s in their advance after the taking of Warsaw, has been captured by the Teutonic Austro-German- forces. have never seen a better remedy for the The Russians gave up the fortbowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. ress, the Berlin official state- mentsays, after the works on So far as official reports have A dispatch says China is about the Western and northwestern , jjsc0ged, there never had been to spend $75,000,000 in this coun front has been stormed and the previously an air raid of such try for submarines. attacking forces had succeeded magnitude, so far as concerns James A. Muse, the in entering the central defenses. the number of machines emson of J. F. Muse, of SomerA great enveloping movement ployed, as yesterday's attack appendicitis. aeroplanes. set, is dead of has been in progress for some by sixty-tw- o Best Remedy For time past which threatened to In a few earlier ventures of the What Is the 15-year-- "On August 25 an aerial squadron composed of four groups and including a total of sixty-tw- o aviators, flew over the heights of Dellingen. Here there is a factory where shells and armor plate are made. The location of this plant is to the north of Saarlouis, in Rhenish Prussia, thirty miles southeast of Treves. The aviators threw down with precision over 150 bombs, thirty of which were of large caliber." Thacher Medicine Co. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. For Sate By Page & Taylor. 'Two colored children died in one day of diptheria at Somerset. The Capital Fair at Frankfort, was postponed on account of diptheria in the city. Do Not Gripe We have a pleasanb laxative thai will do Just what you want it to do. We sell thousands 112-11- Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. kncoriorated 6 CO;: Eaat MattteT street", Delwecn First and Brooh Louisville, Ky, Birdseve view of our Plant of them and we ssKT9SiHBSssssssssBssBls9sssB QtwlPtmrmtfryiK9BKm L , cutoff East. Recent Brest-Litovs- k semi-offici- al from the kind thirty or more aeroplanes inti- were used. This is a question asked ua many timea each day. The answer ia .v i Constipation? Uk mations from Petrograd have -- been that the Russians were preparing to give up the Btronghold. An air raid of unprecedented proportions, so far as reported, has been made by the French, aeroplanes who Vent sixty-tw- o over a German arms factory to the North of Saarlouis, in Rhenish, Prusiia. More 2k Press dispatches have indicat- We guarantee them to be satisfactory Sold only by us, 10 cent. ed that the principal belligerents $oyou. Paull Drug C. have built great numbers of aerput in the oplanes, and as a result of the TheL. &N., has development of this branch of block system on its line between the service since the outbreak of Cincinnati and Corbin. the war these machines are now I. N. Foster, who died last d week at Maysville, willed $5,000 sent forth in flotillas for assaults on a large scale, for the benefit of the poor chilorgan-ganize- V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated tl -,rt LlOlUl - . IV.xr.'r.' 111 JUVlt. Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog than if- 150 instead of being dispatched sing- - dren of that city. Read Our Liberal Paper Offers g &at x I "" , THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. GOUHTY u jr- - Born, to the wife of Marvin The State does not stipulate gomery says this can not be 6 per cent, collected annually ready to maintained. Why it is or how and reloaned will pay off his Sexton, on the 1st a son. Moththe cost and is just as relished Every Wednesday 'pay its part on gravel road as it is that the expenses of con $125,000 and interest at the end er and baby doing nicely. well as on stone roads that cost ducting the business of this coun- of the 30th year and he thus We are glad to note that Mr. BY THE much more money. Mr. Mont- ty has so increased, or will so in- saves $16,000 at the start out of Aaron, our efficient school teachAdair County News Company gomery knows this to be true. crease, is unknown to me, but it his $125,000 with which to ear-o-n er has decided to locate in our He intimates that the indebt- seems that instead of fighting a his business, while A., who midst during his term of school. (Incorporated.) edness of the State impairs its movement to build our roads and paid cash has nothing. We trust that he will decide and ability to discharge its obliga- produce thrift, that a more imlocate with us permanently. W. W. J. CHAS. S. HARRIS, EDITOR. tions in the building of roads. perative duty devolves on our Frank Dulin sold his farm, E. P. Morrow, Republican can- near this place, to K. O. Keltner, The fact is, that 'the aid given county officials, who are in posiDemocratic newspaper devoted to the Interest ef the City of Columbia and the people of Adair the roads does not come out of tion to know where economy didate for Governor, opened his last week. Consideration priaad adjoining counties. the general funds, but from a ought to be applied for the pub- campaign at Bowlftfg Green vate. Mr. Dulin and family will Monday,. The Democratic can- in the near future, move to their direct tax and from automobiles. lic good. . as second Entered at the Columbia B& states-tha-t -. . it will cost from If this proposition'was the first didate, Hon.-A- O. Stanley, will farm near Edmonton. Frank class mail matter. $1 0000 fe 200.00 per mile af-- move ot-thkind to build public take the stump about' the middle says he wants- - to get in close SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR terlhe fkstthree years to keep roads,' if. there could be found a of this morlth. The5 Democrats' touch with the railroad. up the pikes. Estimates from county that its roads by in this, part of the State would Uncle Charlie Yates has a to hear the WED. SEPT. 8. 1915 our State Road Commissioner as borrowing money, and afterwards like gentlemen two distinguish- very valuable mare that was bitin joint debate, ten by a snake last week. The given to thirty or forty of Adair regretted it or repudiated its ob- ed but they almost feel sure that mare was considered to be in a county citizens a few days ago, ligation, then it might become a Democratic Ticket. was for roads oi moderate trav- question of doubt. 1 am famil- such an appointment will not be dangerous condition for a few el, from $20.00 to $30.00 per iar in a number of counties that made. Mr. Stanley is like Bark- days, but is recovering fast. For Governor mile, while roads bearing a heavy have built their roads by issuing is; Mr. and Mrs. Felix Simmons, A. 0. STANLEY, tonnage, would require more. bonds, and have never heard an The platform of Ozark, spent last week visit Democratic For Lieutenant Govepnor I received from the County expression of regret. I have adopted at the State convention ing their relatives and friends JAMES D. BLACK. Clerk of Marion county the seen the waste places bloom as is the strongest the party has in our city. Secretary of State For amount to be spent on their the rose, opportunities and in- ever put out. It endorses the The corn and tobacco in this BARKSDALE HAMLETT. roads this year, which does not ducements to stir the energies of administration of President Wil- section is about ready for cutFor Attorney General reach as much as seventy dollars the people, and thrift and val- son and presents him to the ting and our farmers are preparM. M. LOGAN. per mile, and part of this work ues advanced many folds after country for For Auditor Ken- ing to sow a large crop of wheat. R. L. GEEENE. is almost rebuilding several miles good roads were built No cause tucky being the first State to There has already been considand includes the cost of hauling that leads from bad to good, no take action in the coming Pres erable grass sown in this secFor Treasurer SHERMAN GOODPASTER. stone for one road a distance of movement that necessitates the idential campaign. It stands for tion and . we are glad to note For Clerk of Appellate Court five miles. The officials of that expenditure of public money a better road, a that the season has suited the EODMAN W. KEENON. county stated to me that this was whether for State, county or tax system, improvement in the young grass to perfection this For Supt. Public instruction the heaviest appropriation that charity, will ever have easy sail- present primary law, the county time, Mr. Silas Cain informed Y-GILBERT. has ever been made on. their ing. Mr. Montgomery closed his unit as governing the sale and us that he never had a finer For Com otAgriculture roads. , "' .jrA'TTS. ,COHEN. article as follows: "I make no manufacture of liquor and many prospect for fall sowing than he" suggestion how any man should other goodthings. It is a long doc- has at this time. He usually He states that fifty-tw- o miles For Railroad Commissioner of road could be built. Let us vote on this question, but feel it ument, but it should be read by sows all of his grass at the'tirrfe 3'' SID'T. DOUTHITT. see :" This county putting up my duty to see that the votersof every voter in the State. For State Senate he plows his corn the last time. ' R. B TEIGa $125,000 "and the State a like Adair county know exactly what He never fails to get a good set For Representative amount would make $250,000, kind of a proposition they are. up United States troops engaged of graas. BAY MONTGOMERY. while not immediately available, against.' I close qs follows: a band of Mexicans on the Rio The Cash Union Store is for For Circuit Clerk yet it would be paid within a few Moses had his knockers for for- Grande last Saturday. As a re- your business. Itwanrsto ready jou help ,F A. STRANGE. sult, ten Mexicans were killed out. A money saver to you. Get in years. It is estimated by the ty years from Egyption bondage State Road Department that this to the land of promise, but he and many wounded. One Amer- the Union at once. G. Rasner, Mgr. T. THE BOND PROPOSITION. would all be paid within four kept the faith and deliverance ican was killed. Stults & Co., the newmillinery firm, Replying to "The Bond Issue teen years. It is also estimated came. The thirteen colonies fall hats on Harry Thaw has brought suit will have Discussed," written by Mr. Gor- by the same department that we pledged through their represent- for a divorce and Evelyn will not display this week. You are invited don- Montgomery, our County can build a nine or ten foot road atives, "their lives, their fortunes c to call. contest. Surely you want to make money. Attorney, which appeared last where stone is not more than one and their sacred honor, and we Try the Cash Union Store three Gradyville. week, in the News, as well as and a half miles to haul, at from as well as millions of others are months and see how much mase. You circular form, I feel it a duty, $1,800 to $2,200 per mile, and the beneficiaries of that terrible The weather has been delight- will be pleased with the amount. Othnot a pleasure, to pass such crit- much of it for less than $1,800, struggle, though history tells of ers are pleased. icism as its inaccuracies and mis- where the grading is not heavy. a most annoying American op- ful for the past week. FOR SALE. leading conclusions warrant. I Also where gravel is convenient position from Bunker's Hill to J. A. Wilmore will return to Lexington the first of the week. do not mean' to go farther than it can be built for $1,000 or less. Yorktown. The war was long, age and desiring the facts justify in my support At $1,800 per mile this county the sacrifice heavy,but from that Miss Mollie Flowers visited at toOn account of old Milling Trade, we retire Columbia the first of the week. offer ourfrom theClass of the proposition, nor do I be- can build, in a few years, at least struggle the greatest govern water power First William Gowen, of Edmonton, Roller Flour Mill all complete and In lieve that others should do so, 140 miles of" road. This would ment of the world came into exgood ring order with good, substanwhether for or against it. There make all the main roads and pen- istence, bonded for liberty, bond- was in our midst one day last tial custom trade. For particulars address, Kerns & Reece,' is no reason to justify anyone in etrate every precinct in the coun- ed for prosperity, and still it ex- week. Jamestown, Ty. Theroad question is considerpresenting distorted figures, and ty. Milltown, Keltner, Harmo- ists and grows stronger, better A road Tvill incorrect arguments to secure a ny, Roley, nor White Oak would and more prosperous as the years ably debated in this section at frommacadamized to Russell be- built Jamestown Springs. this time. favorable verdict, and if a man have cause to regret, and all go by. C. S. Harris. Bids for the work were to be Peter Bardin, of Greensburg, at Jamestown last Monday. opened desires to instruct he ought to do would share in the expenditure Good was here last Friday looking af- roads is the thing and Russell county correctly. it of the money and receive a just There seems to be a bugaboo ter m'll repairs. has caught the spirit. He states that the taxable list share of good roads. about the interest on the bonds Miss Elsie Nelson, of Greens"Wa:ntei. Grey squirrels 40c. each. of property, in this county, in He states that no allowance sought to be issued for road purburg, visited her mother and oth- Send them at once. round numbers, is $2,600,000, has been made for rights of way poses. Many say that they W. T. Hodgen, and makes his calculations on and condemnation proceedings, would be for raising the money er relatives in this county last Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. that base. The books show our and yet he knows that the Fis- this way if we could pay off the week, The cheapest groceries being sold in taxabJe property to be $2,694,- - cal Court is on record not to bonds in 3 or 4 years, Now let Frank Dulin spent several dys Columbia are now being carried out county, last week, by the joiners of the Cash Union 985, and franchise, $112,422, build where the people will not us look at the proposition from a in Metcalfe making a total of $2,807,407, so give the right of way, and as business standpoint. Every man looking after a farm, with the Store. Call on T. G. Rasner, Mgr. You will find him at the store or ab it is readily seen that his base County Attorney advised this, who borrows money in this county view of buying. begin erecting the shop. Will Baker will is wrong $207,407. If base is and not satisfied with the deeds pays not less than 6 per cent, and Mr. S. L. Banks, of near Cane Yal wrong and his reasoning correct, for the right of way from Co- sometimes as high as 8 per cent. a new dwelling in a few days. ley, lost a very fine O. I. C. male hog the result is also wrong. lumbia to the Casey county line Say the. county now holds in H. A. Walker and A. Hunn, of last week, valued at S40. Mr. Banks He states that' a 30c. levy taken on a preliminay survey by her treasury $125,000 in cash, Columbia, received a nice bunch gave his hogs sulphur, which was the would produce $7,800, but it will the surveyor, who was employed would it not be best to loan out of cattle at this place thefirst of cause of his loss. He fed sulphur to 15 of his hogs and says he came near produce $8,422 22, a difference by the Court to make the final this $125,000 at 6 per cent., and the week, at the market price. losing the whole lot. Charlie Gowen and Gillam of $622.22 per year. location of the road, demanded issue the conds at 5 per cent, Breeding, spent a day or so at Haag's Circus drew a large crowd to He states that the kind of road bond and it was given. These due in 30 years? In this way last Saturday. The show that the State will aid in build- surveys will cost the county, and we bould save 1 per cent, which Greensburg, la3t week, deliver- Columbia three months ago and it was was here ing will cost in Adair county, on is a just charge, but where peo- would amount to $1,250 per year. ing staves. so well patronizrd was probably the an average, of not less than $2,- - ple are unwilling to give the Every business man's money in Rev. W. C. Christie is holding reason for the early return. 400 per mile. The fact is, that ground for a road, the Court has this county is worth 6 per cent., revival seryices this week, at For Saie Good combined horse ' the State makes no such requirethe Cool Spring schoolhouse. eight years old. said it will not build, and our At- at least J. A. Williams, Columbia Ky. We understand that there is ment as to cost nor exacts it of torney acquised and so do I. I Suppose further that A. and this county. He says, this esti- do not propose to say how ex B. have got to. pay $125,000 at great interest manifested in the When a little money is to be expended for valuable public improvemate is based on the cost per pensive our county government the end of 30 years with 5 per services. ments, why is there a divided sentimile of the road which Adair may become, but I see no neces- cent, interest payable at the end Ed Hill and Ernest Moore are ment? There should nob be. county has already planned to sity for increasing expenses over of of each year but have the spending a few days in JamesColumbia to Liberty. what they have been, unless the Pay your Graded build from privilege of paying it all down town, this week, with their rel- per cent, penaltyafter School l.Tax. 5 Oct , This estimate was made on the county desires to increase them at once. Say, A. pays his cash atives and friends. Bruce Montgomery. twelve-foo- t metal crowned road by enlarging its charities. He down and B. gives bond Treas. for his Rev, Napier, of Hiseville. a which the Fiscal Court decided points out an approaching condi- $125,000 and loans out hig $125,-00- 0 very able preacher of the M. E. Mr. G. A. Kemp lost a fine "Jersey cow last Thursday. to build, but which will not be tion that would almost shut out at 6 per cent, interest pay- Church, will assist the pastor, accepted by" the State, as he is our road tax, unless we resort to able the end of each year When in Columbia leave your horse at and Rev. W. C. Christfe, in a revival bound to know. The State will an additional 20c levy providing reloans this interest at the end service at this place, beginning and buggy at W. fl. Wilsan's, Tfeejr will be well cared for accept a nine, ten, or fourteen for interest and sinking fund. 44.tr of each year. By this arrange- the first of the week. 3ve are foot road and the cost will be in This year we are able to make ment he can set apart $109,000 all looking, forward for a good All box stalls, at ,W. H. Wilson's jproportipnHb its width. feed and livery stable. a 25c road levy, yet Mr. Mont of his $125,000 which loaned at revival. 44. THE; ADAIR HEWS " 1 k Post-offi- ce e has-bui- lt better -- -- 44-2- b ready-to-we- ar 45-lf- 44-2- b -- 44-2- b . f s THEv-ADAiR- r COUNTY?NEWSv . . yjs - Personals. . WissEllaConovreft for Bowling Green Tuesday. ' , Mr. Nat walker is 4on a visit to ' Adairville 1 A Vicious Pet. - trip to "Louisville. here Mr. H. N. Miller Is on a business chant of Russell' Springs, Sunday, en route to" ihe' St. Louis Mr. Mark Holladay Mr. S. Wilson, a. prominent was mer- ) t Mr. Clay Suddarth, who has been for three down with rheumatism months, was in tp.wn Monday. Miss Leonora Lowe left Tuesday morning for CaJdjveU College .DanIs now going on and Big, Towering Values ville. Miss Margaret Todd, this city, left are offered in every , section of our Live Mr. Hoy Walker was here from Nell last Friday not Brady; a Texas, where Store.C 20 andv2 per cent, reductions she has engaged to.teach music. Havlast Wednesday. ing taught there several, years, her not merchande, Mr. R. f!. Borders, Campbellsville, friends will bgfglaftto mðer." '...' i high-cTa- ss MiUer; le'ft for rLotflsville was here a few days ago. .. Mrs: Lou nRussell, whose home is last.- week, Mr. John lier .son, Geo.. R. Mjjier..,.. with Mr. C. S. Harris, and whovjsit-e- d with - Fihk,Vho,made.a'p1eaah't""vls-i- t Cv .; friends in old Virginia, returned W. to theliomeof Judge . ;W?dKeS, last week. accompanied lier. " $21.50 for ll x 12 $17.50for size 9 x 12 ft. Judge T. A. Murreli and his little Mr. Leslie" Johnson has returned The Next Best Thlno To TrtePliie $29.50 for sixe 12 x 15 daughter, Marjorie, of Lebanon, vis'' ' --' from California. Porest PorCoIds Is ited relatives in Columbia last week. RQYAL WILTON RUGS ., Mr; and Mrs: - Herman- - 'JBarnetry Dr. Eell's which Mr. Wallace Beard, who is in the GoodJSelection of Discontinued Patterns, $40.00 Values 111., are visitfh'g' Mrs. Bar- -' goes to ther'veiy root of cold troubles, revenue servicet is, for the present, at Chicago, V are Marked at $30.00. nett's parent's, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. ;It clears the thraat and gives relief his home, Xeatsburg, this county. Myers. from that clogged and stuffed feeling. Miss S. R. Marcum left last Wed- WOOL and FIBER RUGS Mrs.. Ed Rogers, sister of Mrs W. The pines have ever been the" nesday afternoon to resume her duties friend Combination of Green and Oak, Blue and Tan, Two at Rock Hill. S C. Her sister, Mrs. R. Myers", who visited here, has111.re- of man in driving away colds. " MoreShades of Brown in a Good Quality. Clearance Price-turned to her home Springfield, Lena Paull, accompanied her as far over, the qualities are peas Louisville. x 12 ft $6.00. 10J x 12 ft $8.50. 12 x 12 ft $10 50' Rev. R. "E. Stephenson and wife, of culiarly effective in fighting children's Oklahoma, are visiting relatives and Mr. A. C. Jones left for Kansas a Sunday colds. Remember that a cold broken & week ago, expecting to make his friends in Adair county. night Rev. Stevenson preached a very at the start greatly Tembves. the pos home in that state. INCORPORATED helpful sermon to a large congrega- sibility of complications. 25c. Afr Mr. Geo. E. Wilson went to Louis522 & 524 W. Market Street " tion at the Methodist church. He is ' Adv; ville Thursday, to buy supplies for the a young man but there is in him the Paull Drug Go. Louisville's Most Progressive Carpet Store. store he is establishing. making of a strong preacher. Rev. Fall, of Michigan, is conductMissCary Rosenfleld left for Mt Mr. A. A. Strange, one of the edit- ing, a series ot meetings at, thecourt-Vernon, 111 , Friday morning, to spend ors of the Lagrange, New Era, a na- housei preaching eacheyening arid on ONE SPOONFUL "GIVES ASTONISHA Trip to the Blue Grass. the winter with toer sister Mrs. C. M tive .of .Columbia, Teached herein time Sunday forenoons'. He is . quite a ING: RESULTS. Barhett. ...... to attend the funeral of his uncle, Dr. young man but hecfelivershis sermons On last Tuesday morning fort Mj. A. C HUT, Glasgow, v?as here U. L. Taylor, jbom Louisville he. with force: He is nob" preaching, in 1 Columbia residents are astonished men, headed by W. E. Myers was accompanied by Mfss Mattie Tay- the interest of any particular OhurqU. zi thaQUICK-Tesultfrom the simple .. last Thursday the-Blu- e lor, daughter of the "deceased, and He wants to see, as he says, men and of bark, glycerine, started on a trip through Messrs-JJ. Greenspe in Louisville,. Mrs. Nona Cabell, niece of ;the de- women .converted to the" Christian mixture buckthorn Grass country to investietc., knownvas Alder-i-kThis rem C. M. jRobinson, Chattanooga, .Tenn.; parted. McGarvey, another religion. "He leaves it to the subject,- edy acts on BOTH upper and lower gate the roads and the the bond Mrs. Chas. Lyons, lndianapplfs,Ihd , Jo E. daughter was in the South- and could to join any protestant denomination bowel anSis'so THOROUGH a bowel proposition. We left Columbia Lane. Glasgow, were at the Hancock not reach here. flit." .Large congregations cleanser that it Is used 'successfully in he may-seCampbells--vill- e 8 Hotel a few days ago. appendicitis QNE SPOONFUL of at a. m., arrived in Mr. Jo Russell, who was one of Co-- 1 are hearing him. at 9:20 a. m., leaving Camp Alder-i-k- a Mrs. Rollin Hurt, who was quite lumbia's best citizen, has become relieves almost ANY CASE Every Home Needs a Faithful cough of constipation, sour or gassy stomach. bellsville for Lebanon, at 10. sick last Friday, has greatly improved. and has located at Lebaand Cold Remedy. ONE MINUTE after you take it, the non. He is in full charge of the Home We arrived at Lebanon alf" Mr. W. J. Conover, who lives near Fire Insurance Company, one of the When seasons change and colds ap- gasses rumble and pass, out. The 11:45. Stopping there a short Coburg, and who has been quite sick Adv. for several weeks, is gradually im- best, and his territory will be Marion pearwhen you first detect a cold af- Paull Drug Co. time we left at 12:05. The.roads county. His family will join him the proving. Mr. Campbell Hutchison had the were good to Perryville, which first of October. It will be greatly ter sitting next to one who has Mr. Jo Russell, who is now in busi- missed from this place, and we take sneezed, then it, is that a tried and misfortune to get his left ankle badly point we reached at 1:50 p. m.,. ness at Lebanon, came home Friday to pleasure in commending Mr., and Mrs? tested remedy should be faithfully sprained. He attempted to get in his stopped there and rested, and; spend Saturday and Sunday with" Russell and their two little sons, Jo used. "I never wrote a testimonial buggy stepping upon the hub, his t ate dinner. Leaving there, his family. He was in a new car, just Jr., and Daniel Duncan to the best foot slipping with the above result. before, but, know positively that for to Harrodsburg, arriving purchased. people of Lebanon. myself and family, Dr. King's New at 2:45 p. m. The people talkedt for Sale. Mrs. Nona Cabbelldid not return to Miss Edna Akers, Horse Cave; Miss Discovery is the best cough remedy favorably about the road quesher home, in Louisville, until Mabel Ewen, Stanton, Ky., Miss Sue valuable Green River tion, but was not bonded, nor ev A small, but Tuesday. While here she. was enter- King, Richmond; Miss Elizabeth we ever used and we have tried them tained in several homes by old friends. Clark, Midway, and Prof. Wm. Sweets, all." '.50c. and $1.00 at Paull, Drug farm for sale, one mile West of bridge er had been. Leaving there at--. at Edith, Adair County, Ky., and is 3:15, we went to Lawrenceburg Mr. Buell Strive, of Rugby, this of Louisville, all teachers in the High Co. . .Adv. known as a part of Campbell farm. county, left for Pleasant Hill, 111., the and Graded School, arrived in due Contains about one hundred acres, which place wa reached at 4:25, : , Mrs. 'Lena Paull middle of last week where he will be time and entered upon the discharge for nd to, s 50 acres in fine poplar, white oak, stopping for a short rest, employed for some time. He is a of their duties when the school opened chronic oppendicitis by Dr. Irvin about and other good varieties of timber and see how the people were on :h , young man who. stands well at home. Misses King and Clark, have taught Abell at St. Joseph's Infirmary in here several years, making many Louisville last Saturday- - . Mrs Mar- a very valuable piece of land after the" bond issue another oai'.e .that- Miss .Minnie Kemp will leave next friends. Those, who timber has "been removed. Balance have just entered A& , Saturday for Pineyille, where she will the work, come highly recommended cum arid Miss Sallie Key Marcum were being very rich Green river bottom knew but little about bonds Mrs. Marcum returned teach the present school, year. Miss as to ability and character, and will with her land. An opportunity you will not 4:50 we hit the road for Frankhome Sunday and reports that Mrs. get hold often to buy such land as fort, arriving there about Kemp is a very .superior teacher and soon become acquainted and we trust Paull is doing nicely. has given perfect satisfaction in all feel at home. For information you may call on or eating supper, we took the Joe Green Knifley, write her school work. Go to T. G. Rasner and ask him any town in, visiting all the places of Edith, Ky., questions you want to know about the 44 MissZella Pelley, who taught at note, such as the old and new-- ' R- R. Moss, tf. Cash Union Store. We pay him to Pineville last year, will return for Columbia, Ky., Capitol, and the penitentiary.-W- e t answer them. or correspond with me direct. another nine months term, and will saw the place where Goe--b- el John M. Campbell, leave for that city next Saturday ,- son 910 Main St., Little Rock, Ark. was standing when he was Mr. Leslie Allenof Mr. and She is building a reputation as an inProgram. Mrs. Sam Allen, this county, who has shot, also his and Lincoln's statstructor. A gentleman who has just returned been located at Bessemer, Ala., for a ues, after which we went-througMrs. W. L. Parks and two children, The following program has been ar- number of years, employed by electric from Russell county reports that the the new capitol building,-whicNina and John D., who have been vis- ranged for tha September meeting of light company, is now in full charge people are perfectly elated over the is one of the grand sights5 iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John the Twentieth Century as manager. Efficiency brought the prospect for the Dixie Highway. that we saw. We went through, W. Morrison, for the past month, left Well they may be. The road will be Club which will meet with Mrs. "Wifor their home in Fayette, Ala., last llie B. Hynes Tuesday afternoon, Sep promotion. the making of the county and we re- enjoying the scenery as After leaving the capThursday morning. Rev. F, W, Fall, of Traverse City, joice with her citizens. There is not tember 14th. grounds, we returned to the-hotMich., has begun a series of evange- a section in the county but a through ital Mr. J. D. Wooldridge, of JamesPaper Mrs. C. M. Russell. for the rest of the night,, pike will benefit. town, came down last week and aclistic meetings at the court-housGeneral Discussion Mrs. C. M. Rus which was more than half spent" Everybody of the town and communicompanied his niece, Miss Alva Knight sell. If you want good service, safe driv- - Next morning we went throughi home, who spant a pleasant visit of Story Telling Mrs. Allen Walker. ty are cordially invited to attend these ers and fair prices, go to the penitentiary. We found several weeks, with Mrs. J. A. Hill Stories With the Children Mrs. B. services each night this week at 7:30. having a very nice time, W. H. Wilson's. Mr. Frank Sandusky and wife, and E. Rowe. Messrs. Guy Nell, Allen Eubank considering the situation. Mr. Miss Mattie Morrison, of this place, Introduction Mrs. Bruce Mont- and Tate Turpen took a squirrel Tiunt Rev. Pat Davis, a native of Adair Terrell made us a very nice talk-o-n Mrs. W. L. Parks, of Fayette, gomery. and last Thursday. They came in late in County, brother of Mr. Fayette Davis, the road question, telling the' . Jennye.McFarJand, Sec'y.. ; the afternoon with forty. There are Ala., visited at the home of Mr. and is conducting an interesting revival at disadvantages as well as the adMrs. Herron Burdette, in Lebanon, lots of hickory nuts' and the woods are Hubble, Garrard county. On last vantages of the proposition we-haMrs. Elizabeth Haynes, who was full of squirrels. last Saturday. Sunday week he dedicated the new before us, and answering evthe widowof the late John H. Haynes, Mr. W. T. McFarland returned place and ery question we asked him. The Adair circuit court will" open Methodist church at that from California via Indianapolis, last whose home was at Denmark, Russell Stanford, says After leaving Frankfort, we' the third Monday in this month. The the Interior-JournaFriday. He' stopped at the latter county, died at the residence of her more than one thousand persons next visited Versailels, and on the? be about an average one. that place to visit his daughters, Mrs. son, in Clarksdale,. ,Mo., last Friday.. docket will were present. road from Frankfort to Versailles5 Smith, and Miss Alma, and Mrs. Her son, Mr. W. Hi Haynes, arrived Poxes Wanted. we saw about three miles of"" Smith's children and her husband, here with the remains last Monday For Sale: Seed wheat at $1.25 per en route for Denmark. afternoon, Mr. Talmage Smith. J. C Dohoney & Son, State aid road all the State aidt Greys $1.25 to 82. Reds 81.50 to bushel. Haynes was 75 years old, and the 83.50. road we saw on our trip. 44-W. T. Hodgen, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Thomas, of Cor-bi- Mrs. Campbellsville, Ky. We went through the edge ofi Mr. cause of her death was the result of a Box 232 Ky., visited at the home of Mr. O. C. Hamilton, who is an "ex- Lexington, stopping long enouglu Ray Conover Saturday. Mrs. Thom- fall. She was a lady highly respected, Mr. J. W. Mitchell, School Superin- perienced electrician, and who has as is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. and was on a visit to Missouri. tendent of Russell county, is compara- been employed at IFrankfort for the to get a lunch. We- - started R. Feese, Cane Valley, Mr. Thomas Hiss Gwendolyn Bayless, of West tively a young man, not over 37. Last past two and a half years, has accept- home by the way of Harrods--bur- g, is a son of the late Jo M. Thomas. Union, Ohio, the music teacher in week his wife presented him with the ed a position with the Columbia Perryville, Lebanon and Mr. L. C. Gadberry, who is a grad- Lindsey-Wilsoarrived last Saturday seventh son. We do not know the Lighting Company. He arrived last Campbellsville, reaching hornet came afternoon. She comes1 well recom- number of doughters uate of the Lindsey-Wilsofainily. week and at once entered upon the Thursday morning at 1 o'clock? ; tiown from Phil last Thursday and je- - mended us an excellent young lady, discharge of his duties. mained with his many friends until one who is skilled in, her profession. - . It is reported here that the bridge ftired, but still in the ring,, eodi; to span. Cumberland 'river, Dixie after the opening of, the L. W..T. S. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. ing one of most enjoyable? cHpcf Highway pike, has been located near He is a popular for the year 1915-1Singing at Hutchison school-hous- e Myers was dangerously ill last ever had the opportunity to take! young man, every body being glad to next Sunday afternoon; beginning at Greelsboro. At first it was thought Fred r: Thursday night. E.S.Ricev thatit would span tbe river.at;Ro ena. ' see him. fco'clodk. has returned from Kansas. Mr. W. E. Faulkenburg, of Jamestown, traveling salesman, was here a day or two of last week. market - )p The pet squirrel of Mr. G. W Lowe escaped from his cage one morning last week. It sprang on 'a lady who wasnearing the house and bit her through arm and shoulder and tore her clothes in several places. It then attacked a boy passing by. and bit him two or three times Someone seeing what was going on telephoned for Mr Lowe to come home quick and kill it. As Mr. Lowe approached his place he met two or three jittle negroes coming at full speed and the squirrel right on their heels. He'then ran up a tree, and Mt. Lowe-calle- d a dog to the scene. The squirrel came" down, gave the. doj:; a rough, fightahd, then escaped to the. tree again. ., Allen "" Eubank finally killed' it! CLEARANCE SALE OF Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums unusual .pn are Clearance PriccFon Best Quality Axrnister; Rugs are ft. ft t Pine-Tar-Hon- ey 5 9 pine-hcne- y Hubbuch Bros. Wellendorff, s . L a. - - e we-wen- I . ' .'.'., -- n -- -- . - - 6:15--Aite- r - Additional Locals. - 44-2- h h Self-Cultu- re we-passe- d. el e. the-convict- s 44-t- f. d l, -- n, 2t n, n, in-th- e 6. :'v' it THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS OUR PUBLIC FORUM IV RALLY Big Educational A F. A.Vanderlip Rally, Columbia, 1915. On The Business of Banking The farmers of this nation to come into their own must study business. We must, as a class, understand the fundamental principles that underlie every industry, its functions to society and its relation to agriculture, for there can he no intelligent without understanding. Mr. F. A. Vanderlip, president of the National City Bank of New York, when asked, "What is a bank?" said in part: , "The first and most familiar function of a bank is A fex-- i that of gathering up the idle money of a community, small sums and large, and thus forming a pool or reservoir upon which responsible persons may draw as they have temporary use for money. It is evident that this makes large sums in the aggregate available for the employment of labor and the development of the community. But much more is accomplished than the use of the money actually deposited in the banks, for by the use of drafts, checks and bank notes the efficiency of money is multiplied several times ofSK A very large business, for example one of the great beef packers, may use very little actual money; on one side of its bank account will be entered the 'checks and drafts it Is daily receiving from everywhere In payment for meats, while on the other side will , be entered the checks it draws in payment for cattle, etc., Its only use of Tnoney being for small payments, to labor and otherwise. If there were but one bank In a community and everybody paid all bills by drawing checks on that bank, and everyone receiving a check immediately deposited it in the bank, the amount of money in the bank evidently would not change at all and the entire business of the community would be settled on the books of the bank. And the situation is but slightly cnangea iwhen there are several banks, for they dally exchange among themselves all the checks they receive on each other, which practically offset themselves, although the small balances are paid in cash. This is called 'clearing' and In every large city there is a 'Clearing House where representatives of the banks meet daily to settle their accounts with each other. A bank is constantly receiving from its customers, particularly those that are shipping products to other localities, drafts and checks drawn on banks 'in other cities, which it usually sends for deposit to a few correspondent banks in the central cities with which It maintains permanent accounts. In ithis way these scattered credits are consolidated and the bank draws upon 'these accounts in supplying customers with the means of making payments away from home. As each local community sells and buys about the same jamount abroad in the course of a year, these payments largely offset each other. It Is evident that the banks-- are very intimately related to the trade and industry of a country. The banker is a dealer in credit much more than a dealer In money, and of course his own credit must be above question. He exchanges his credit for the credits acquired by the customers, and lends credit for their accommodation, but he must conduct the business with such jui4(,uii.ui, iu.i, uo au ct n a j 0 .luggi uio unu uuugawuua niku vaou uu uviuauui 'This is the essential thing about bank credit, that it shall always be the ;Same as cash." w October 8th, Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation without griping and without shock, to the system. It contains tonic proper ties that strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that in time medicines of all kinds can be dispensed with and nature is again solely relied on. Among the legions who testify to these facts are J. P. Blankenship, Sharon, Tenn., and Beulah L. Rogers, Kosmosdale, Ky. and they always have a bottle of it in the house, for it is a reliable laxative for all DIVISION RALLIES. 1st Division. Rally held at Egypt, SepU 17th. 2nd Division. Finis Strange, Pres., Rugby. DarreH Strange, Sec, Picnic Rally will bt held at Antioch, September 10th. 3rd. Division. Sam Duvall, Pres., Glensfork. Miss Allye Garnett, Sec, Glensfork. Rally will be held at Zion, 17th. Miss Stella Farris, Pres., Coburg. Miss Susie'Johnson, Sec, Milltown. 1 Although those may dispute It nave not tried It, yet thousands who of others, who speak from personal experience, assert that there is a permanent cure for chronic constipation. Some testify they were cured for as little as fifty cents, years ago, and that the trouble never came back on them, while others admit they took several bottles before a steady cure was brought about. The remedy referred to is Dr. Syrup Pepsin. It has been on the market for over a quarter of a century and has been popularized on its merits, by one person telling another. The fact that Its strongest supporters are women and elderly people the ones most persistently constipated makes it certain that the claims regarding as a permanent cure for constipation it have exaggerated. not been It Is not violent like cathartic pills. Baits or waters, but operates gently, Cald-well- js . the family from infancy to old age. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regnlar way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size). can have a sample bottle sent to the nomc free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St. Monticello, in. Tour name and .address on a postal card will do. Three things to attain goodWELL DRILLER ness of heart, integrity of pur4th. District. Joe Calhoun, Pres., Casey Creek. pose and cheerfulness of dispoI will drill wells in Adair and! Milburn Wolford, Sec, Casey Creek. Rally will be held at Little Cake, sition. Leadership. adjoining counties. See me be Sept. IOth. None Equal to chamberlain's. fore contracting. Latest immost all of the cough "I have tried cures and find that there is none that proved machinery of all kinds. equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has never failed to give me prompt Pump Repairing Done. Give! relief," writes W. "V. Harner, Mont-pelie-r, me Call. a Ind. When you have a cold give this remedy a trial and see for 1st. Pupils taking part in the con- yourself what a splendid medicine it C. YATES tests must be in school age and must is. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. have entered school by August 23rd, and have been in regular attendance Three things to admire digsince that time. 2nd. The regular rules governing nity, gracefulness and all athletic events will be used on this A Splendid power. Teachers desiring information concerning the division rallies write Secretary or iPresident that division. Those who desire information concerning the County Rally write Secretary or President of County Rally Committee. Rules Concerning Rally. J. J 38 Clubbing Bargain 3rd. Contestants in Domestic SciWorth Their weight in Gold. We Offer ence and Manual Training must pre"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets sent specimens of work made by con- and found them to be just as reprehe Adair County News testants. All sewing must be done sented, a quick relief for headaches, and by hand. dizzy spells and other symptoms de noting a torpid iiver and a disordered The Cincinnati PROGRAM. condition of the digestive organs, IX They are worth their weight in gold," Weekly Enquirer On "Back to the Soil With Wall Street" Thejfollowing is a program of the writes Miss Clara A. Driggs, Elba, 's T y j When Wall Street wants good business men she School Rally Day to be held in Co- - N. Y. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Both One usually goes back to the soil'to get them. That financial lumbia, Ky., October 8th, 1915: Adv. Year thoroughfare is said to be honeycombed with men who 1. School Parade. For Only In an interview at Washinghave plowed barefooted, who have drunk branch water, 2. Penant to rural school having eaten cornbread and molasses and slept on the floor in greatest! percentage of scholars and ton this week, Stanley declared Subscription may be their early days. A man is more capable of holding the patrons present at the school rally new or renewal reins of business who knows how to drive a team of The census of the school district taken in favor of a stronger militia What the Weekly Enquirer is mules, shear a sheep or put a ring in a shoat's nose. A as a basis. force for each State. man is better equipped to meet the problems of life who 3. Penant to the rural school havIt Is Issued every Thursday, subscripin his youth has walked the log across the creek to get ing second highest number present. tion price $1.00 per year, and it Is one of You Can Enjoy Life the best home metropolitan weeklieTof toto school, courted the girls at husking bees and (To be calculated same as above.) Eat what you want and not be troubled day. It has all the facilities of the sreat with indigestion 2 you will take a pitched horse shoes Saturday afternoon. A man who has 4. Spelling Contest. DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlns the spent the moonlight nights of his youth possum hunting, going to protracted Dvsaensia 5. Declamatory Contest for boys. world's events, and for that reason can gine you all the leading news. It Carries ;'VTabIet 6. Recitation for girls. has the right sort of stuff in him to make a good business man. The active a carries a sreat omount of valuable farm 7. Best Essay on "Why Eradicate before and- after eachmeal. Spjdonly officials of most of the large business organizations of America it is said matter, crisp editorirls and reliable oy us zoc a doxj very few exceptions, raised on the farm, and could Bwlm the Illiteracy in Kentucky?" were, with a market reports: Its numerous decreek, pitch hay, chop wood, milk the cows or slop the hogs as easily as 8. Best Exhibt or display of Work-fropartments make it a necessity 'to every Paull Drug Co. 'they can run world-wid- e business institutions. ome, farm or business man. any rural school. The farmers look to these capable and loyal sons of the soil to assist in This grand offer Is limited and we advise 9. Best Reader of first grade who the solution of the business problems of agriculture. Wall Street Is reputed Rugby. you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for to be capable of financing everything from a Y M. C. A, to a war, so why not has entered school this year. the above combination right now. Call finance agriculture? It is not sufficient to lend money to a correspondent to 10. Best Apple Pie. or mail orders to lend to a local banker, to lend to a broker to lend to a merchant, to lend to 11. Best Light Bread. system sounds like the Columbia the landlord to lend to a farmer. Such a financial Dr. W. Scott was in The Adair County News, 12. Best One-haDozen Biscuits. house that Jack built, and is just about as useful. Neither is assistance com Columbia, Ky. 13. Best One-hal- f Dozen Muffins. last Saturday. plete when money is furnished buyers to "move the crop." What tho farmer One-hacrop. What better security is there than a ware- wants is money to hold the 14. Best Dozen Ears of Brs. Perdue paeached an interJhouse receipt for a bale of cotton, a sack of wheat or a bushel of corn and Corn, not more than two entries from wny will sucn securities not travel Dy ue Blue oi government Donasr esting sermon at Harrod's Fork each educational division. The American farmer is a capable plowman. He alwayB has filled and One-hal- f 15. Best dozen Irish PotaThree things for which to wish will fill the nation's granary, larder and wardrobe, but he has nothing last Sunday. jto lay in fixing the price of his products. The problem confronting the farm- toes. ers of this nation today is marketing and Its solution depends first upon the 16. Best Glass Apple Jelly health, friends and content There will be a protracted farmer organizing for concert of action and the of the financial 17. Neatest patch on Calico. meeting begin here the third ment. interests in marketing the crop. Agriculture is the biggest business 1 18. Best Made Gingham Apron. '.America and the only one that has not a financial system adapted to its use. 19. Best Specimen of Manual Train- Sunday in September. Biliousness and Constipation. ing Work. (To be judged from work Current Events. The Golden Rule of Three. Mr. T. J. Eosson, Mrs. ThompIt is certainly surprising thatanyj manship, and difficulty in making.) woman will endure the miserable! son Hayes and Miss Myrtie feelings caused by bilousness 20. Best Embroidered Shirt Waist. The widow of Henry Lewis and con 21 Best Ladie's Thompson are stil on the sick stipations, when relief is so easily had Three things to be pure, just Broyles is dead at Perry ville, ATHLETICS. and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas. list. and 'honest. aged 75. Peck, Gates, !N. Y., writes: "About a 22. One-hal- f Mile Race, one teachWe are having lots of rain here year ago I used two bottles of Cham Three things to live courage,; er from each division. ana iney curea me berlain's 23. Pole "Vault. John D. Long, Secretary of now. and constipation." For of biliousness affection andfeentleness. 24. Sack Race for boys, any numAdv. the Navy during the Spanish- ber may enter. progressing sale by Paull Drug Co. The schools are things to govern temThree 25. Cne Hundred Yard Dash for American, War died Sunday in nicely here and all hava good boys in Spanish. There was a large per, tongue and conduct, Bingham, Mass. 26. Standing Broad Jump. attendance. crowd present and dinner on the Three things for which to fight 27. Running Broad Jump. We all had a treat at Harrods-for- k ground. A large crowd of school John Lisle, of Clark county, One-ha28. Mile Race for boys. honor, home and country. 29. Potato Race for boys. last Tuesday with a Mis children were there In the after fight leg and arm broken had his 301 Wheelbarrow Race for girls, 15 by being thrown from a colt he Three things to cherish the and over. (Not more than two from sionary Rally. Rev J. P. Ham- noon to hear Bro. Chastine. ilton, State Sunday School Worktrue, the beautiful and the good. each educational division.) was trying to break. 31. Relay Race, four boys from each er, Bro, Bush, of Colmbia, and Perhaps the ordinary man Three things about which to educational division. The opera house post office and Miss Mary Berry, teacher in the might be out of the ordinary if 32. Running High Jump. occasion. OUR PUBLIC FORUM Peter Radford $1.35 wSmSSmi - .nn. te ! lf lf s -- Collar-croche- t. j lf & four big stores in Midway were think life, death nd eternity. Gampbellsville Baptist Academy, High English officials are hint- who gave some fine talks on Sun Three things to despise-cruel- ty, destroyed by fire early Sunday The arrogance and ingrati ing at conscription to fill the day Schools and Missions. morning. The loss is about best was Bro. Chastice, from British armies. tude. $100,000. WYFMimyPebp!?Wi Mississippi, a returned MissionAn auto owned by C. C. Past mules often have loose bare told os the wlbm story dktMM ary from Mexico,. He gave an after eating, gages, heartburn. A i blew up at Winchester and hind legs. interesting account of the peo a 20 pound piece of the fly wheel w823sSm Tablet ple in Mexico, the customs, hab and came within a foot of hitting a Whe lawyers' disagree-itup to beforeCstl1 aftert eaeb meaJ will wKew its, etc. He sang some songs in vnt rnil J. jwn hfn viujr vj .... OF. mnm Tpanish, also played rnd talked jpoman across the street the jury. SL ?u" Dn,s c Bil-lit- er he had the money. Tb.e average man knows as much about maps as women do about politics. It's easier to make a bad matter worse than it is to make a good a -- matter hetter. Gain a woman's sympathy and .. . hez kye is easily - s u f - y , THE ADAIR COUNTYSNEWS STOMACH TROUBLE FOR Rugby. T. J. Rossen still stays Reunited After 53 Years. in a HENRY W. DEPP, rENTIST Am permanently located in Co Iumbia. AH FIVE YEARS I decided to Ktjority of Friends Thotgkt Mr. taking other medicines. Hsgbes Would Die Bit take his advice, although I did not have any confidence in I have now it Black-Draug- Oie Helped Him to Recoyerj. Fameroyton, Ky. In Interesting ht been taking for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using ad- it " I am so thankful for what Black-Draug- ht has done for me." ht Thedford's has been itomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely did not seem to do me any good. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be tnd all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest Black-Draug- vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "I was down with would die. He advised me Black-Draught, to try Tiedford's and quit Get a package today. Only a quarter. -- --,. m Special Notice.! critical condition. Master Clarence Rupe, who has been sick with brain fever, is some better. Rugby sent a large delegation to the fair. Mrs. Thompson Hayse, who has been sick for some time, is still in a critical condition. Stamper Pickett, of Pyrus, transacted business in this neighborhood last Tuesday, . Evan Strange is connected with the outside world with a telephone. Rev, Billy Wooten died last Monday at the home of his Milliard Janes, near Sparksville. He- had been in feeble health for several years and he died with heart failure. Only lived ten minutes after the stroke. He survived his wife only a few days. He was buried at Antibch. son-in-law, After being separated for 53 - Tarter. We have years, during 40 of which each thought the other dead, Allan H. Bemis, a Civil war veteran of Collins wood, N. J., and his sister, Mrs. Eliza E. Dibble, of Rolla, Mo., have been reunited at the home of the former Bemis, who is now 73 years old, enlisted to fight in the Civil war with his six brothers. Two of the brothers were killed and all the others but onp ware injured, and one of the dead was thought to be the present Collinswood man. He lost trace of his sister and later heard, erroneously, that he had died. Three months ago the brother and sister were informed, thru a distant relatiye, that the other was alive, and well. Searches and inquires followed which resulted in the couple getting in communication with each other. True Wealth. Classes o? Dental work done. Crow Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty! AH Wock Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store 'J. B. Stone J. H. Stone Stone q Will & Stone-m Attoney-At-La- w prance this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, -- : Kentucky L. H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones Eye Specialist Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals. Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on. Jamestown road. 114 G. Phone been "having an abundance of rain. Crops are looking fine in this part, The road working is progressing nicely. Born, to the wife of J. S. Foley, on the 24th, inst., a boy. Dr. U. L. Taylor visited schools Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence in this part last week. A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick Esq. W. G. Shepherd was called to Columbia last Tuesday on and satisfactory fence. official business. NOTE THE PRICE. Willie Wheat attended singing at Little Cake last Sunday. f conomy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c T. W. Wheat bought a nice . " 18c mare from Dick Burton last 26 " " 6 7 ' " 8 " 6 " " 32 " " " " 20c week. J. P. Tarter and family left " 18c for Kokoma, Ind., a few days " 32 " " " - ". 8 " 9 " 22k ago. " 39 " " " "9 6" c n tt 39 u tt a g g Master Marvin White had the 20c misfortune to dislocate one of Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. his arms by a fall last Saturday. d A little son of V. 0. Wheat Buynowjbefore the advance. We have 30,000 rods to the same misfortune last Columbia, Ky. teddence Phone-1- 3 Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. B Business Pho e lS'P. The prevalent money is wealth. erroneous. community. idea is that This idea is DR. Dffice, J. N. MURRELL IDENTIST Money i3 only the measure of service rendered the Real wealth is ser vice in tangible form. Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g up Staus. If this Columbia, - Kentucky idea prevailed there would be less confusion and dissatisfaction. The world's greatest fortunes were based on the development of a public utility oil, coal, Notice to the Public General Blacksmitnlng Busts?. Carriaee and Wagon Repairing neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia attention to Horse Shoeing:. Prices right and "' steel, sugar, land, lumber, street cars or newspapers, says a writ- satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near er in a current periodical. Ii & N. Depot - Will- phone;no.I75 ingness to serve plus wisdom to serve properly, produce wealth JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky hap-ene- that is, service that may be subject i your orders. LU Satisfaction guaranteed as 1UU Monday. measured be measured by money. DENTAL OFB'TCBl Uailb,y JTllww. A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated ThornhiM Wagons. 'Satisfaction, or your money back." Don'tforget our immense stock of Shoes and Clothing, both at old prices. We Mary Stargel died at the home of her frther last Tuesday, a victim of Tuberculosis. She had been afflicted for several months. The interment was at Jericho, in Russell county. McGaha. It is frequently said that a Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER FA-UXJ- man is worth a million dollars, but he "has not a million dollars. He has that created by service which measured by money is worth a million dollars. He can DRUG- CO. - Columbia, Ky. RKS PHONE 20. OBT7ICB FHOM1 have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything turn it into a million dollars beMrs. Minnie Sanders and chilcause it is worth that much to dren started Monday morning for Arkansas to make their home. somebody else, but he could not The recent rains has helped realize on it if it did not repre- TIN WORK. Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Lime for this month, only 90c. I am prepared to do any kind of Tin Work, Hoofing, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any- - other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call the corn crops in this communi- sent so much service. So it is at my shop if you need anythinGin my line or repair work in tin or sheet iron.' ty very much. well to get mto mind the basic Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. Mrs. Priscilla Burton, who S. E. Bridgwaters, fact that money is only a measwas on the sick list is better at this writing. Richard Burton, who has been on the sick list for some time, is no better. Mr. Chrisley Burton purchased a cow from Mrs. Sanders for $85--. Surveying Landowners Attention. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e ure, and service is wealth. -- C. D. Crenshaw ifcAfc If every .young man starting Kentucky Fair Dates VETERINARY SURGEON out in life would found his life work on this basic fact, he would fairs are requested to report to us any true wealth much faster omissions or corrections of dates: gain for holding the Kentucky 1915, as far as reported. The following are the dates fixed Fairs for Officers of than the average young man years Special Poll-evi- experience. Charges rea- sonable. Phone 74 or write T. C. Faulknerjf Columbia. Kf Attnetin to Eyes night. l, Spavin or any tar Kstolo, cnrjtA work done at fair prices. 1 as Mr. Joe Powell and wife have veil fixed to take care of stock.. Hon doe when work is done or stock moved into this neighborhood. TSAOvea irom bmiuibb. We are glad.to have them with I0GIES 1ES11ENCE --- Mr. Robert Bailey will com- does. mence a moonlight school at Grassy Spring next Monday I keep on hands a full stock of -- coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone 29, office phone 93. " 45-- 1 days Grayson, Sept. days Barbourvllle, Sept. days Hodgenville, Sept. days Henderson, Sept Fair, Louisville, Kentucky State Sept. 136 days Owensboro, Sept. 215 days Horse Cave, Sept. 22 i days . 14 13 73 75 Pennyroyal-Hopkinsvill- e, Sept. 27. -' .- '6 days. Glasgow, Sept. LtCATIIN-NEA- XEl yr J. iF. Trlptett, H WtKSYlLLE STtEET. -- us.- - Ad... Columbia, Ky. 294 days Adairville, Sept. 30 3 days Cave City, Oct. 4- -6 days Murray, Oct. "04 days. , S T ' 0m. v$ Si ." , THE ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS ? ELECTION NOTICE. OLDEST RED MAN -- Pursuant to an order of the Adair entered at the July term, on Monday July 5tfi fl$K notfSe ia hereby .given that a poll will be talr--eand an election held in all the voting precincts of Adair county at the regular voting places in said precincts on Saturdayllhe 11th day of September IS 15, between the hours of 6 o'clock a. mM and 4 o'clock p. m. On said date at which election all the legal voters residing jn the several voting precincts in Adair county shall be giv-e- n the opportunity to vote on the question, "Are you in fayor 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. directing the manner in which, same shall be held is in words and figures as folCounty-Cou- rt n . INDORSES TANLAC Him With New . Lindscy Wilson ' Training ,, School r A Safe Ptece.to.iPi Your Children m' Remedy filled Energy and Vigor After Many Years. TERM OPJEKTg SEPT. 6, lSil: i i t lows: Adair County Court Regular Term July 5th, 1915. This day came H. C. Baker, W, F. Cartwright, J. O. Russell and Sam Lewis and one hundred and fifty othfreeholders of Adair county and presented their written petition which, has been lodged with the Judge of this Court, vhich said petition is ordered filed and is in words and figures as follows er legal voters and 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 Court-hous- e 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 J.915, directing the Sheriff of Adair County to advertise said electiori and the object therefor, for at least thirty days' next before the day thereof, in sdme'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" pre'-elrtet' in the county and on the court-hbus'- e door submitting the question to the legal voters. "Are you in favor of issuing'ohe hundred and twenty-fiv- e thousand 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 1915, at the several voting precincts in Adair county Kentucky, at which the question shall be submitted to the legal 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 up at not less than four public places in each voting precinct in said county and at the Louisville, Ky., Sept., 7. Among those to indorse Tanlac recently is Fred Meinecke, a retired hardware dealer, of 2522 West Jefferson street, thiscity, who found speedy relief from chrcnic stomach trouble by use of the premier preparation. Mr. Meinecke, years old. and the who is sixty-eight oldest member of the Order of Red Men in Kentucky said: ''I was,sufferipg from stomach trouble for many years. Finally my coriV ditlon became so serious that I was forced to retire from business I was' unable to retain even the lightest foods on my stomach, and had the most severe pains imaginable in my abdominal regions after eating. I suffered from headaches, nervousness, and dizziness, and found it difficult to sleep. "After being advised by friends to try Tanlac, and seeing it advertised in the newspaper, I decided to try it. I was astonished at the result. After taking a few doses my appetite re turned and I found that I could; eat anything I craved with relish. The nervousness and dizziness disappeared and my sleep became restful and peaceful. Ino longer suffer from pairjs in the abdomen and head. "I can do as much work now as'T ever could and feel as well as-- did 20 years aga, before I became affected ' with stomach, .trouble," ,. Tanlac, thepremier preparation, .is sold in Columbia,, at Page ,& Tay'ior's. ' - - - : . p s, t -- J, V. ji ft - 1. -2- Boys and Girls are under our personal 5. nis courts, basket ball floor, track, etcT Thorough, courses. Our graduates enter he best colleges and universities care at alljtimes. -7 New brick dormitories, electric lights, water works, baths, and steam heat. 3. Location healthful and beautiful. 4. Ten acre campus, good athletic field, ten- - Without 6. Good moral and religious influences but not secterian. Book-keepin- g, COURSES: Training, Normal, Intermediate, Primary, pfcession, Voice, Art. ; Ex- - If IT )- ? Compare our advantages with the best and our rates with the lowest. ' '" MOSS & CHANDLER, Columbia, Ky. .Lk- - - drug-store-.- - . r .. k , HEALTH OFFICER'S COLUMN. BY V. X.. feeecnfr ow x& AOR." I propose to writethis week' about typhoid fever, its causes and prevention as given by "the United States Public Health Service. What I am proposing to write is taken from a recent bulletin by L. L. Lumsden on typhoid fever. Only a portion of it will appear this week. The remainder will appear later. Typhoid fever is a preventable disease. Compared with the other infections and communicable or catching diseases it is readily preventable. Practical measures for the prevention of typhoid fever are known. They have been tested in many parts of the world, and in every instance they have proved effective. It is therefore within the power of any community of intelligent persons too fix its own fever rate. Though the preventive measures are a matter of diflnite knowledge, efforts to get the people of community the ayerage to carry out these measures to a reasonable extent are decidedly experimental in character self-governi- Empire Superior ' Grain Drills, Field Seeds and Fertilizers. f XT $ m Let us Know get them in our Freight Shipment. Respectfully, . I t-v- - -- WhatiKairstyoulheed for your DrilIs,atpnce,tsoj1we. TVlay . 4 In the United States about 400,000 persons are incapacitated, and about issuing one hundred and twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars in bonds for the pur- 30,000 are killed by typhoid fever each pose of building roads and bridges" year. Many of the cases occur in per-- , shall be printed on the ballot as pre- sons who are their greatest earning scribed for in the general election law. capacity. Thus the nation suffers Given under my hand as Sheriff of from this disease a tremendous ecoAdair County Kentucky this July 31, nomic loss, amounting to many times 1915. over what the work required to preS. H. Mitchell, 4 4 4 THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE. Sheriff Adair Co., Ky. Columbia, Ky. A weather man in Boyle county, who has kept a record of temperature, says the summer, just ended, was the coldest in forty-fou- r years. wondctful Antiseptic Serms and infection aggravate ailments and retard healing. Stop that infection at once. Kill the germs and get rid of the poisons. For this purpose a single application of Sloan's Liniment not only kills the pain but destroys the germs. This neutralizes infection and gives nature assistance by overcoming congestion and gives a chance for the free and normal flow of the blood. Sloan's Liniment is an emergency doctor and should be kept constantly on hand. 25c, 50c. The $1.00 size contains six times as much as the 25c. AtThePaull Drug Co. A vent such loss would cost. Typhoid fever prevails In parts of the United States. Within the last ten years few of our communities of as many as 2,000 persons have remained free from this disease for a period of twelve consecutive months. In recent years the rate of prevalence has been for this country as a whole, from two to five times as high as it has been for countries. some of the European These European countries formerly had higher typhoid fever rates than that of the United States in recent years. Their reduced rates have followed improvements in sanitary conditions. In many American cities there has occurred within the last twenty years, a very wholesome reduction in typhoid fever. But in large ee ation behind the times. Typhoid le- e"6"fr40"84fr that ceunty the United States Health Service in with the state and county health organizations. Practical measures for the correction of the obviously insanitary conditions were recommended by the investigators and were earrled out by the .local people. As a result the annual prevalence of typhoid fever in the ditions was conducted in by $ Adv. jMdci&hiraa The colored institute was in session conducted by Prof. Bell, principal of the Earllrigton Colored school, who it Js said is doing fine lwt week, of people. part, apparently, to sanitary improvements In the cities, there has been a material reduction in the rates of prevalence of the disease for some entire States. For the United States as a whole the typhoid fever rate, according to available figures has been reduced within the last fiftf years by about 50 per sent. The present rate in this country, however, is about what the rate for some other countries of the world was 30 .years ago. Thus in respect to typhoid fever reduction, this nation is about a geaer- - ver prevalence depeHds upon insanitary conditions in respect to the disposal of human excreta (stools and urine) . In our rural districts generally, improvement of sanitary conditions in this respect does not appear to. have been sufficient to play any con siderable part it effecting the reduc tion in typhoid fever, in the united states. The improvement of sanitary conditions in bur rural districts is one of the vitally important problems confronting us, both as individuals and as a nation. Good examples are needed. A community in Carrying out the. reasonable and simple sanitary rneas-- " ures for the. prevention of typhoid fever will markedly benefit itself directly there by and will also set an example by which other communities may profit. A remarkable-- example has been furnished by "Yakima county in the State of Washington. That county has had every year, as far back as the records went', a high typhoid fever rate over three times as high as the average rate for the whele United States. In thesrammer of 1911 s campaign, fo'r improved sanitary con county, as a whole was reduced by almost 90 per cent. In North Yakima, the principal town and county seat, with a population of 14,082 in 1910, and of about 18,700 in 1914 the deaths from typhoid fever reported each year in the period of seven years, was as follows. twenty; in 110, thirty; in 1911, six; in 1912, four; in. 1013, three; and in 1914, two. In Xakima county, outside of North Yakima, deaths from typhoid fever were se ported as follows: in 1911, eleven, In 1910 twenty-fivin 1913, three; iftrl914 none. Striking as these figures ar'e they become more so when considered in connection with the progressively increasing population of the county. Slnee July 1, 1911 e; In 1908,"fcwenty-flve- r in 1900, work administered in Yakima county has been about 36,500 more than it was for the several years prior thereto. The saving in human life and human health and the prevention of loss both ia earnings and in caring for the sick appear to be a reasonably good dividend for this investment. Health and Happiness Depends Upon Your Liver. That sluggish liver with its sluggisk flow of bile is what mdkes the world look so dark at times. Dr. Kisg's New Life Pills go straight to the root of the difficulty by waking up the of the liver and increasing the bile. Br. King's New Life Pilte mm the bowels to act more freely aad drive away those "moody days." a$g. a bottle. At Paull Drug Co. Adv ae-ti- on Married. Mr. Howard Bussell and vim au. chei Tupman, two Adair best young peopie, were. Married at Car Valley, Thursday, aistnmW 9 They received a number of i i i Cotgs thart wepfflrrfsiUrTv.for, v.