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The Adair County news: September 15, 1915 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1915 ada1915091501_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: September 15, 1915 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t X 7 "WZKT TJ VOLUME XVIII COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, (915. NUMBER 46 SLANDER IS CHARGED. Circuit Judge Carter and His Brother, of TompKinsville, Bring Suits. Special Louisville Times. Glasgow, Ky., Sept. 10. Thorugh Attorneys Basil D Richardson, of this place, and Herman Spears, of Circuit Judge James C. Carter has filed suit against E. G. Railey asking $25,000 damage for alleged slanderous language used by Railey against Carter in an opening speech for Circuit Judge in that district. The suit was filed in the Monroe Circuit Court at Tompkinsville. S. H. Carter, a brother of J. C. Carter, filed a petition against Railey asking damage in the sum of $10,000 for alleged slanderous language used against him in the same speech. Tomp-kinsvllle, SHOOTING AT BURKESVILLE. Serious Stabbing at Knifiey. Saturday night at Knifiey, Adair county, while a meeting was in progress at the Christian church, Leslie Perkins and Harry Perkins got into a scuffle upon the outside. From play it went to fight, and Leslie stabbed Harry very badly. The attending physician reports that there is about one chance in fifty for the wounded man to recover. A warrant was issued here for Leslie Perkins ana Sheriff S. H. Mitchell and his deputy, Clyde Crenshaw, went on a hunt for him. Latek: There is some chance for his recovery. Suicide by Hanging. Eastern Star Chapter at Rome. The Wife of Dr. Bowles Shoots a Young Woman Named Wallace. News has just reached here of a serious shooting in Burkesville which occurred on the streets of that town late Friday afternoon. The wife of a Dr. Bowles, who lives in Tennessee, met a Miss Wallace and without giving the Wallace woman warning, fired a load of shot into her body. ' She is considered dangerously wounded. The Bowles woman claimed thafthe Wallace wowan had aleniated the affections of her husband. Last year Dr. Bowles, in the town of Albany, killed a man named Maynard over his wife. Later: The shooting occurred in Clinton county. six or eight months, and recently she became unbalanced, and had to be watched. The fatal day she gave her family the slip, went to the wood shed, and with strips she had torn from a sheet, ended her life. Her o husband is a farmer and much sympathy is felt for him well-to-d- Mrs Sherman Wade, whose home Last Monday afternoon and eve was near Longstreet, Russell county, ning Columbia Chapter of Eastern committed suicide last week by hang- Star Masons entertained quite a numing. She had been in poor health for ber of the members of the Campbells- ville Chapter; In the afternoon they met in the hall where several hours were spent in fraternal- enjoyment. At six o'clock they repaired to the - An Attractive Filly. home of Mr. W. R. Myers where a bountiful repast was served. The edibles were delightful, consisting of both dainty and substantial food, the hall being beautiful and attracti- ve. Notice. Pay your Graded School Tax. Pen alty will be added on October 1st After that date all unpaid taxes will be collected at once. t. Bruce Montgomery, Treas 46-l- Results of the Bond Vote. Yes Wv Columbia E. Columbia Milltown 108 133 27 6 .; 80 34 . 10 97 48 . 57 . No 125- Surprised on His Birthday. Editor News: Mr. Hamp Bennett, who resides a few miles out of town, was the most pleasantly surprised man in his neighborhood last Wednesday, Sept., 8th. It was the 55th aniversary of his birth. Mr. Bennett had not thought any thing about it, and went about his dally farm duties as usual. His wife and children, Arthur, Lourad, Estelle, Myrtle, Lefctie and Emma had for some days been preparing a surprise for him on his birthday, and accordingly they gathered while he was away from the house, for that parpose, when the noon .hour arrived. Mr, Bennett was summoned to dinner and without having been present one cannot well imagine the .genuine Keltner Grady ville Elroy Harmony Glensfork White Oak Little Cake . , " Pellyton Egypt Roley Cane Valley ' 6 South Columbia 5 21 2 137 , ' 102 147 89 110 184 . 169 168 260 157 163 297 286 141 50 Held Over. .771 2,448 1,677 against, For'Sale. Last week we reported a bigamy case which came up in Russell county court and which was continued until a given day. Last week it was again called, the man in the case being Thos. Yaden. The two wives, one living in Texas, the other in Russell county, were present and both testified against the husband, and as a result, he was held to await the action of the grand jury. Yaden married the Texas woman first, and after living with her some time he returned to Russell county, his old home, and married again. The names of the two women we failed to learn. Campbellsville sustained an irreparable loss in the death of Mrs. Lettie Turner, which recently occurred. She was the widow of the late John N. Turner, who was the most prominent citizens of Campbellsville, at the time of his death, ten years ago. She is survived by four children, Messrs. Henry R. and John N. Turner; Mrs Nannie Long and Mrs. W. M. Jackson, one brother, Mr. aWTRedman. Mrs. Turner was a devout member of the Presbyterian Church, and took a great interest in religious work. It will be a long time before Campbellsville sees her like. She was in her 71st year. Rev. C. C. Lloyd will preach every second Sunday. On the 27 th of, this month I will sell to the highest blddert at my home, surprise which shown upon his face, the Squire W. C.'Loy place, 3 head of when he came into the presence of all horses, one cow,: farming implements, his family gathered together and a household and kitchen furniture. 46-Athan Fletcher. dinner which was most sumptuous and appetizing. After enjoying the Clubbing Offer. feast of good tkings on the table, the family spent the afternoon in converFor a short timeiwe make the folsation and relating incidents of bylowing offer, one of the best we have-eve- r gone days. These gatherings under given to the readers of the News. the parental roof, upon the anniverHere is the proposition: sary of the birth of father or mother The Adair County News, by the cnildren who have married and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, gone out and who come upon thes ocThe Housewife, casions to mingle their' experiences Reliable Poultry Journal, with those still at home are a blessing Farm Journal. and inspiration to the entire family. All the papers for one, except Those present were; .Arthur Benthe last named and that will be sent nett and wife; Lourad Bennett, wife for five years. and son; J. L. McLean,, wife and two $1.65 takes the entire lot. If you children; Misses Myrtle, Lettie and Montgomery want them subscribe at once. Emma Bennett. Bufprd took a picture of theiamily group. 2t One of the handsomest fillies ever foaled in Adair county, is owned by Mr. R. F. Paull. She is a colt of Mr. n Paull's brood mare, and she was sired by Rex Monroe, one of the best bred stallions in the State, owned by Thurmau & Peterson, Spring field, Ky. Judge Thurman who is a fine judge of horse flesh, has been attracted by the beauty of the Paull colt, and last week he came to Columbia, and after a conference with the owner, it was decided that she should be shown at the State Fair, and in obedience to the decision she was placed in charge of Judge Thurman, who will have her on exhibition at the big State show. Other judges of stock are confident that she will take a blue. After the State Fair she will be returned to Springfield, placed in charge of Judge Thurman's driver, Jim DaClosing Out Sale. vis, of color, who formerly lived in Celumbia, who prides in putting the 1 am closing out my stock of goods. finishing touches on young animals, and who knows exactly how to pull Dress goods, trimmings of ali "kinds, tfae strings to make a colt step cor- shoes, mens' hats, clothing, carpete, at rectly. greatly reduced prices. Call and get my prices before you buy. To well-know- At 7:30 o'clock the Chapter was opened and degrees conferred on new ly elected candidates. The company of visiting sisters and brethren, made a happy gathering of men and women who are bound together for the purpose of doing all the good they can in advancing social enjoyment and to help the unfortunate should accasion demand. The following are the names of th visitors: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kerr, Mrs. J. G. Pruett, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Arvin, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walling, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cappock, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Shively. Mrs. C. F. Montgomery, Mrs. O. R. Reesor, Mrs. Guy Lindsey, Mrs. R. S. Borders, Mrs C- F. Clark, Miss Leona Walling, Miss Fanny Lindsey, Mrs. Sam Beck, Mrs. Coy Mantz. - the Traveling Public. 46-ti- g Mrs. W. L. Walker. The Hancocs Hotel, Columbia, Ky., Meeting at Baptist under the management of R. E Tan- Business. dy, is doing a fine business, and the Chwch. trade is increasing daily. The table is furnished with the best the market Wednesday night, Sept. 15tSi, is the affords, and the rooms are business meeting at the Baptist Strict attention paid guests. church. The entire membership Is 46-urged to be present as preparations must be made at this time for the . Desirable Property for Sale. O P. Bush. Association. first-clas- s. 2t s at Es-t- o street. in the town of Columbia, is for sale. The purchaser will be given a bar- My residence, on Burkesville Not a Bid. Teachers Rea,ding. Books: ircle, Public Speaking. R..,Gl Railey, candidate for Circuit Judge, 29th Judlciol district, will address the voters of Adair county at In order to keep abreast of the the following places and dates given: times in the profession of teaching, it .Glenville, Thursday afternoon at is absolutely necessary that teachers 1 o'clock, Sparks ville at night. do a goodly amount of professional Milltown, Friday afternoon at 1 reading each year. For this purpose o'clock, Nell at night. a committee selects from two to four Breeding, Saturday afternoon at 1 of the very best books that treat of o'clock, Dirigo at night: various phases- of the teacher's work Every body invited. each year, and the State eduoational authorities insist that these books be Eid M. R. Gabbert and Eld. Z, T. read by all the teachers. All the Williams closed a meeting at Cane wide awake, progressive teachers will secure and read these books. One of Valley last week. It was interesting start, Eld. the best of the reading circle books from the sermons. Gabbert delivering strong As a result there for this year is, "All the Children of were 12 confessions and two reclaimed. All the People," By William Hawley Smith, Author of "Evolution of Dod." I have a limited number of Mr. Walter Hurt lost his pocket these books in my office now, which I book in Columbia the day of the show, dollars in can furnish the teachers for one dollar It contained twenty-thre- e cash, money orders and checks. Respt., per copy. Tobias Huffaker, Supt. During circuit court whidh will convene next Monday, We would be glad fttTlCi: for all friends who know that they are behind on our books to call and make payment. tales Wanted. - The bridge atfross Cumberland river, in Russell county, has probably been located. Mr. F. L. Selby, of Esto, was here Thursday, and he reported to The News thathe read a letter- - from Mr. James, to Mr. Lilburn Phelps, stating that he would be in Jamestown last weekifor the purpose of deciding where the bridge would span the river. He further stated that Mr. James said, in his letter, that there were three points and that he would be satisfied with either one. The people of Russell county have already met and agreed to build a metal road from Jamestown to Russell Springs. This road will meet the Dixie Highway at the Springs. gain. It is comparatively new. two stories, and contains six rooms and Dasemeno, ana two nans, spienam water-a- t the door. L..M. Young, Columbia, Ky. 46-tf. ning at 9:30 a. mM Wednesday, Oct. 6th, 1915. All members from the various churches are earnestly requested to be in attendance at the opening of the session. W. R. Myers & Son have arranged to run as many automobiles as necessary, starting from Campbellsville at 7:39 a m., Oct. 6th, and then returning from Columbia as soen as the Association adjourns. Mr. N. H, W. Aaron is now a citizen of Berea, Ky., having removed from Liberty to that city. His two the Court next Saturday a3 to the kind ef machinery needed, and the price it will cost. At that time the Court will make a purchase and the people interested in the building of the road may expect to see actual construction begin. There is not a doubt The school rally at Antioch, last about the road being built and since Friday, was largely attended quite a number have not yet The Uth annual session of the very enjoyable day was spent. and a subscription is necessary paid their Bounthat they, it Russell Creek Association of Ken- tiful dinner on the ground, and a num- do so at once. tucky Baptist will be held at the Bap- ber of splendid educational talks were tist church, in Columbia, Ky , begin- made. Netiice. Mrs. Mary Conever, mother ef Mr. The Fiscal Court has decided to Jo N. Conover met with a stroke of have the building of the Columbia and paralysis Friday. It effected her right Liberty road beginning in a short sjde, but the affliction is not consider- time. There is near $600 of subscai ed serious. road yet unpaid which must be turned over to the Court in a Dr. W. F. Cartwright is having a few days. Every man who has notes nice cottage erected on his oorner lot, to collect is urged to secure the money next to the Lindsey-Wilso-n Campus. and attend a meeting of the bondsMr. J. W. Richards is the .contractor. men next Menday in Columbia Bvery man whose name is on the bond is wants a blacksmith, one to meet in my office next Monr Creelsboro six days out seven. who will work afe 2. p. m., prepared to make day John B. Higgenbottom, final settlement and to institute such 46-l-t. Creelsboro, Ky. action as may be deemed "necessary for their security on subscriptions unpaid C. S. Harris. Casey county will vote upon the at that date. bond issue for building roads all over the county on Saturday, Deoepaber J Mr. M. Cravens i3 having the wood en front to his business house re11th, next. moved which will be replaced with Mrs. Mary Caldwell has had her metal columns and coacrete sills. Mr. dwelling repainted, improving the ap- J. F. Shaw Is doing the work. .y pearance of the building. pieces of I have V few 3eU prlvatelyfurniture1 includ-The Adair circuit courty-jril- l open which, 1 71$ te ed night the Modern Woodman Lodge of this place did degree work, and after that was eompleted refreshments were served consisting of ice cream, cake etc. It was a large meeting and the occasion was highly enjoyable. This is a live lodge, and it Is common for the body to spread a banquet. Visitors were present from Campbellsville, Case Valley, Elkhorn, Grady ville, numbering about fifty. Monday The Fiscal Court met last Friday to receive bids on the buMing of the Columbia and Liberty road, but not a After considerabid was turned in tion of the matter, it was unanimously agreed that the, court would fulfill every pledge made to the pea pie on that road, and would buy machinery and do the. work, beginning as early as possible Mr. Walker Bryant, County Court Clerk, and Mr. Gordon Montgomery, County Attorney, were to investigate and report to . ... .n: r-- Mr. Paul Waggener has secured a I will be in Columbia Saturday, the patent on an envelope. It is unique 18th, last., for the purpose of buying and very convenient. He has already mules from 14 to 15-- 3 hands high and sold one man 60,000. from 15-- 1 to 16 hands high, either sex, from 4 to 8 years old. Bring in your Born to the wife of Eimer Wheat, stock. Jamestown, on the 7 th a fine son. J. W. Phillips. 46-1- 6. oldest sons will enter the State University, and his daughter, Jtfiss Elizabeth and son Geerge will enter Berea College. Ad-dae- ss Weight, 10 pounds. a number of Adair county citizens will JX9HU, y singing at sired. There will be an Horace Jeffries, Master. next Sunday'SepC 19th. Providence visit Louisville this week, and take a Every body in vitedr ,l The Parlor Circle will rbe opened peep the big show. from now ,oa .Friday in3 Saturday wife Bom; to 'on ovoni,,TiAUWAyaAti3tttout, At- Born, reeotly, to the wife.ef Wade September1 the Che 9ty I915fa daughter.' xmktg. all-da- The State Fair is now on and quite Next Friday night will be the regular meeting of Columbia Lodge, F. and A. M. There will be work in second degree. Full attendance Is de 2 m it WHgUVVf. jti$yewhr mw4nmx&4w nnv'wdIa tir'fWiimliii... wlU draw 45lk - - Mattie Taylor. ?n "wri .IS. x THE ADAIR1C0UNTY NEWS DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. that the roads built under State ing change in the adoption of supervision will be built honestly and intelligently. Good roads mean an increase in the market value of the land in every com munity through which they run; they mean a better price for farm products and a saving in the wear and tear of farm vehicles They mean access to the church and the school and thus better churches and better schools. They substitute prosperity for poverty, not alone for the individual, but for the community and the State as well. Within five years, if the present plan of road building is continued, every county seat in Kentucky will be reached by one or more roads constructed under State supervision, each forming a part of system. the State-wid- e The Democratic party pledges itself to a continuance of the State aid system of road building and to add to its effectiveness by more adequate supervision and to use its eyery effort to make available Federal aid to be used in connection with the aid furnished by the State and the respective counties. Section 4 Convict Labor We favor the adoption of the constitutional amendment authorizing the employment of convicts on the public roads of the Commonwealth. We favor the abolition of, or such change in the Prison Contract Labor System as will make available at the earliest possible moment to the State and to the several counties the labor of such convicts as may be safely worked outside the walls of the penitentiary in the construction of public roads and in the manufacture and production of road material. Section 5 Our Public School System The Democratic party has always been the friend of education and has built up our present excellent school system, and we pledge our support to the public school system of the State and to other educational institutions, and favor the enactment of such laws as will guarantee that the money belonging to the school fund and appropriated for school purposes is wisely and economically administered. Money spent for education is an investment from which the State reaps rich returns in the future. We favor the enactment of all such laws as will make our entire common school system more efficient and more practical. We congratulate the people of the State on the increase of the per capita for school .children from $4.41 in 1911 to $5.25 this year, and on the increase in the length in the school term from six to seven months. We insist on the teaching in our common schools of the branches of education directly connected with agriculture and the various employments in Rural life and v homes. Section 6 Oppose Changing School Books We favor the furnishing of common school text books to the people at the least coat consistent with good quality, but we are opposed to any sweep text books at the end of any fixed period, and we favor an Section 1 National Administration Commended and Wilson Indorsed for We, the representatives of the Democracy of Kentucky in convention assembled, do reaffirm our devotion to the principles of local self government formulated by Thomas Jefferson and preserved and enforced by his illustrious Democratic successors. We heartily endorse the present Democratic administration and review with pride the promises made in the last National Convention. Its platform was a covenant made and kept with the people, trusting, not without cause, the wisdom, courage and patriotism of the Democratic President and a Democratic Congress pledged to reforms demanded by a public long deceived and betrayed by the broken faith, the sham, pretense and incompetence of their Republican predecessors. Our great President has been called upon to solve the most grave and serious problems which have ever faced any executive in this generation, and his patience, strength and superb statesman ship have deserved and received the confidence and approval of his countrymen and the admiration of the world. We believe that his mastery of the situation requires' his in 1916, and heartily endorse him as the party's most efficient and trusted leader in the coming na tional election, believing that patriots without regard to party recognize Woodrow Wilson as the one man best suited to bear the burdens and perform the herculean tasks now confronting the President of the United States. We heartily commend the efficient service of our distinguished Senators and representatives in Congress who have tirelessly and successfully endeavored to assist their colleagues in the- work of this Administration. Section 2 State Issues Faith in the people and faith kept with the people are the fundamental truths of Democratic doctrine and practice. We commend the present Democratic State Administration for its adherence to these principles and its capable and efficient administration of public affairs. The Democratic State Platform of 191! made covenants with the people and our State Legislatures have kept these covenants. We contrast this record of party performance with the utter failure of the Re publican, administration during the four years from 1907 to 1911 to carry into effect the platform promises of theRepublican party. Section 3 Good Roads A Democratic General Assembly and a Democratic Governor have restored State aid to road build ing in Kentucky after a period years. In conse of seventy-fiv- e quence, 104 of the. 120 counties of the State are now preparing to build roads with State aid and under State supervision, The State has given its guarantee Re-Electi- on amendment to the present Text Book Commission Law so as to provide for a gradual change in the adoption of text books when a change is deemed necessary instead of changing the entire series at the end of any fixed or stipulated period, or in any one year. Section 7 Primary Election Law We heartily approve the law requiring the nomination of State, county and Federal officers by a direct vote of the people, and we favor such amendments as will perfect the existing law, and we unqualifiedly condemn the Republican party for its" effort as declared in . its platform to restore boss rule by' denying to the people the right to select their own candidates by direct vote of the people. Laws Section 8 Anti-TruWe favor the enactment of such laws as will prevent the formation of trusts and monopolies. . Section 9 Increase in Power of Railroad Commission We favor the enactment of a law which will increase the scope of the authority of the Railroad Commission so as to give them power to regulate other public service corporations. Section 10 Workmen's CompensationWe favor a law compensating workmen for injuries received in course of their employment which will be alike just to the employer and emst Section 6 Lobbyists We believe that no government, State or national, should be privately owned or privately controlled, and that the practice of solicitation by politicians and lobbyists of aid from particular groups or business interests on the understanding, explicit or implied, that the first care of the government must be for these particular interests, is destructive of every principle of free and honest government. We unqualifiedly condemn the practices of the se cret and corrupt lobbyist and pledge the party to a determined effort to eradicate these pernicious and baneful influences from the legislative assemblies by the enactment of stringest laws with severe penalties against the secret use of money or the promise of political preferment conditioned upon the betrayal of the 1 ifiedly commend to the Democ public interests by public, ser- ployee. - Section 11 Corrupt Practices Act We favor the enactment of a stringent Corrupt Practices JAct Section 12 Aid to Farmers' Association We earnestly favor legislation fostering and encouraging every form of legitimate among farmers and planters in the protection of their product and for obtaining and establishing favorable market conditions. Section 13 Anti-PaWe favor the enactment of a law which will prohibit any railroad, steamboat or other common carrier from giving a free pass or passes to any State, district, city, town or county officer or member of the General Assembly, or any judge or any member of the family of such official, or from selling any such official or a member of his family a ticket or tickets at a reduced rate not common to the public, and prohibiting any gsuch official from acceptinfree pass or passes, or 'from accepting a ticket or tickets at a reduced price not common to the public, and prescribing heavy penalties against any coporation, association, joint-stoc- k company, partnership or individual who shall violate its provisions. Section 14 The Tax AmendmentWe favor the adoption of the tax amendment to the Constitution to be voted upon at the regular November election. Section 15 Revision of Tax Laws We favor a wide revision of our tax laws so as to equitably distribute the burdens of taxation among the taxpayers of the State. ss vants. .Section 17-- To Prevent Trachoma We commend the action of the last National Democratic Administration in its humane and laudable endeavor to prevent blindness, and especially the work done in Eastern Kentucky fcr thepreventation and the cure of the dreaded eye disease trachoma. And we advise the efficient of the State of Kentucky with the United States Public Health Service in the cure and prevention of trachoma, also the protection of the eyesight of children. Section UnitPlank- The Democratic party has been and is and earnest champion of all legislation in tended for the moral as well as the material advancement of the State. To it, and to it alone, is due the legislation which gives to each county in the State the absolute control over the vend ing of spirituous liquors, and no county should tbe deprived, by any outside interference, of the right to determine this matter for itself. We reaffirm and reassert our unqualified approval of the pres ent County Unit Law and of the declaration of Democratic party in the convention of August 15, 1911, pledging the party to its adoption. This Act has been strengthened by carefully considered amendment, and the field of its operation enlarged so that each of the counties in the State may determine for itself whether the sale of alcoholic bevrages may be licensed or pro hibited, and embodies tbe full and final judgment of the' Iegis Iative and executive branches of the government. It has been interpreted and its constitutionality established by the courts, and we approve of its rigid and thorough enforcement in letter and in spirit, and condemn any effort to impair or weaken its wise provisions by revision or amendment. In legislation affecting the mor al welfare of the people, the party may well be guided by our great leader whose wisdom and righteousness boon of a triumphant Democracy. We unqual-18-Cou- nty racy of Kentucky his sage admonition that "the questions involved ( in such legislation) are social and moral and are not sus ceptible of being made parts of a party program. Whenever they have been made the subject matter of party contests they have cut the line3 of party organization and party actios athwart to the utter confusion of political action in every other field." With the President, we "do not believe that party programs of the highest consequence to the political life of the State and of the nation ought to be thrust on one side and hopelessly embarrassed for long periods together by making a political issue of a great question which is essentially nonpolitical, nonpartisan, moral and social in its nature," and therefore we oppose further agitation and legislative experiment, holding that existing laws if fairly tried will achieve the ends for which they were designed. Section 19 Economy and Efficiency We favor rigid economy in the administration of the State's affairs to the end that the people may receive a maximum of service at a minimum of cost, and to that end we favor the immediate abolition of all useless offices and the rendering of full and adequate service in avery department of the State Government. Pacts for sufferers. Pain results from injury or congestion. Be it neuralgia--, rheumatism, lumbago, neuritis, toothache, sprain, bruise, sore stiff muscles or whatever pain you have yields to Sloan's Link ment brings new fresh blood, dissolves the congestion, relieves the injury, the circulation is free and your pain leaves as if by magic. -- The nature of its qualities penetrates immediately bo the sore spot. Don't keep on suffering. Get a bottle or Sloan's Liniment. Use it. It means instant relief. Price 25c and 50c. 1.00 botttle holds six times as much as the 25c size. A.t Paull Drug Co. Adv. the-sinc- ere Inread. Fodder pulling is the order of the day in this part. The moving picture show visited the" Republican schoolhouse last Wednesdaay night. Everybody reported a good show. Prof. R. T. Hadley opened a moonlight school on Harvey's Ridge. Tuesday night, with much interest being manifested. We were sorry to learn of Dr. U. L. Taylor's death, as we will miss his visit to the school very -- much. There has been a meeting in progress at Amandaville about 2 weeks and there is fine prospect of it going on another week W. H. Bloyd sold Evan Loy two calves for $40.00. The school at this place is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Cora Kel-seAlso the Melaon Ridge school is 'doing good business the teacher being Prof. Aaro Hadley. y. jupj-!- - v.- v b ? PHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS "5yaK- - - 3. STOP AT THE Wise or Otherwise. un- GALT HOUSE WHEN IN LOUISVILLE Good Rooms for $1.00 per Day. But many a fair woman is fair. Some men are like umbrellas; they have so many ups and downs. FOR SALE. Fine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices. Free Auto-Bu- s Meets Trams Turkish and Electric Baths Write For Reservations, Irvine's Store. On account of old age and desiring to retire from the Milling Trade, we offer our First Class water power uoiier jb 'lour ami an complete ana in good ring order with ood, substantial custom trade. For particulars Kerns & Reece, address, Jamestown, Ky. The Dixie Highway has already started and is coming this way. Hurrah! Some kicked high and long but to no avail. Charlie Chapman has sold his farm to J. D. Hammond and bought one of D. S, Wade, near Jericho. Mr. Wade then bought one of J. D. Hammond. D. C. Hopper An Upland Forest This is the "Thornhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials the aid of the most ingenious modern machinery have been employed to make the Thornhill wagon. The wheels are made with excessive care. For the spokes the manufacturers jjuse the finest hickory machine driven to insure the right dish. The hubs are 'of oak, thoroughly seasoned and banded .with double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an iron plate at top and bottom, riveted through and through mul- of master workmen the labor gears from ever getting out of line and causing hard pulling. "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with long sleeve malleable skeins that insure light running, and outlast any other skein. Each skein is fitted to its axle with a Defiance machine infallibly accurate. This machine insures the right pitch and tuck, makes light draft a certainty. The axles are of toughest hickory the steel axles of the best refined steel. The sides of "Thornhill" beds are made of poplar. It costs the makers more but it holds paint better and gives better service. Come in and see this wagon sold under a binding guarantee. non-breakab- le was here on business. annd D. M. Cooper have gone to Illinois to work. Born, to ths wife of Lewis Swanson, a boy, tiplying their strength. The "Thornhill" has a malleable front hound plate that is braced to the hounds at all points. This is an exclusive Thornhill" featyre. If prevents the Bryant Meece sow The Thornhiil By WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, iiiii KENTUCKY. ii Last Sunday the many friends of Mrs. W. S. Swanson gave her a surprise birthday dinner. The writer was among the favored ones. Wagon is not the lowest priced but the best, and in ths enJ the was3aawta-r- J C3rt EVERYTHING IN The forest fires have been kept out of this area, and the timber Is In first class condition. Defects due to forest fires reduce the value of the timber products as high as 50 per cent Good trails make the protection of the timber an easy matter. A splendid dinner" was served.' Dr. Hammond is having a new house erected. Arthur Willis, Jamestown, is tossing the job. Hannibal Gosser carried a number of gallons of sorghum to Russell Springs, where he found ready sale for it. D. C. Hopper will enter his children in school at Columbia soon. HOOFING g. $.1,000,000.00, FOR A NEW STOMACH i dence, 3 miles East of Greens-bur- Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized multi-millionair- es firm of Hatcher & Mitcha man who ruined his di- ell have just completed a Roller gestion in the pursuit of wealth stated that he would pay a million dollars for a new Mill, at this place, which they . .. . It is said that one of America's best known (9 Ihe and Printed. Last Saturday was a day set apart for cleaning of the grave yard at old Union. Many people were there and the lot looks much better. The farm known as the Jonas Hammones farm was bought by AlvaBowmer. at $1800. There was no competition in the biding. It was worth $2,5U0. The Colds Of Mankind Cured .. stomach. But, while surgeons have become very skillful in performing operations that were once considered impossible, nobody has stepped forward and offered to sell his stomach to that millionaire. Your stomach is worth more than a million dollars to you. It is LIFE to you. This millionaire's stomach is so ruined by abuse that it can never be made "as good as new" by any medicine. But YOUR stomach, if properly aided NOW can be restored to its normal condition. If YOU suffer from indigestion, "heartburn," gas in stomach, foul breath, sense of fullness after eating, sour stomacn, and will act NOW instead of delaying longer, you can get PROMPT relief. by Pines! Have you ever gone through a typ ical pine forest when you had a cold? "What a vigorous impulse it sent! How you opened wide your lnngs to tabe in those invigorasing and mysterious qualities. Yes, Dr. Bell's possesses those stimulating qualities and overcomes hacking cough The inner fining of the throat is strengthened in its attacks against cold germs. Every family needs a bottle constantly at hand. 25c at Paull AdvDrug Co. Pine-Tar-Honey - Every man has a past, although few care to use it in their business. .siot agree with sfte-'w .y tui v tuviii vn j .Mh rJBW mmwm i k I cannot eat fhiror UM xooa. ip Our advice People Say To Us to; -. fDsVMVJC A Dvsotnsia :. .- rr ' - Paul! Drug Co. run in connection with their Also Elwood and American Fence. grist crusher and saw mill. Their friends are invited to give them a trial. Also cleaning seed wheat. Mr. Jo Harris and sisters have CO. just made a pleasant visit to Miss Bessie Mitchell. incorporated A number of our people took in the Fair at Columbia, but Eaat Matfcet Street' Between First and Brook 6 from the frequent showers, it Louisville, Ky. could hardly be called "fair.'' DR. THACHER'S Liver and Blood Syrup They are progressing fine will set your stomach right, and do it quickly. graveling the pike also haye a It will stimulate and regulate your liver, Birdseve view of our Plant which supplies bile to the stomach. It will crusher run with an 8 Horse Powthus provide the stomach with JUST WHAT IT NEEDS in order to do its wonderful work er gasoline engine. Come on of digestion more perfectly. It Trill liiTirirato vmir hnwpls. And cause Adair county, we hope to meet them to move naturally and gently, t will you at the line, and then when get your whole digestive "Workshop" into working order, cleanse it, oil up the "machinyou want to go south you won't ery," strengthen it and you'll be AMAZED have to take the North Star by the change. Your appetite will improve. Food will taste GOOD to you. There will be no more Route. We have already come discomfort or pains. You'll feel STRONGER. to the line. Life will be better worth the living. DO IT NOW give your stomach the reIt is said the bond holders are lief it is calling for, before you are like the millionaire, whose stomach is now BEYOND offering to compromise for a REPAIR. Dealers sell 50c and Sft.00 bottles., quarter, . the officials ask 20, THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY Chattanooga, Tennessee.. which would make it in the For Sale By Page & Taylor. neighborhood of $5 on the hun dred. No one seems to be los"Largest in Dixie". - Oat, Ky. Woodlawning any sleep on account of it. If any of your readers are inAug. 28' 15. terested in a good 8 Horse PowIncorporated Editor News: er Gasoline engine. The one bePerhaps a letter from this cor- longing to the firm of W. W. ner will interest some of your Mitchell & Co., will be sold in . readers and as the place, Oat, Greensburg the second Monday WinuOWS, r ww.M.UMv LMlllua, UUUrS, Dl.'nc MnnlHinrYC ffkltltnnc has never appeared in print beWrite for our Catalog in September, it being county j Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. fore, a word of introduction will court day.' be necessary. It is the accepted n$me for the P. 0. that will be When traveling oat of Columbia, kept- in the store at the gate get W. H. "Wilson's prices before you leading to J. A Mitchell's resi hireVrig. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. 112-11- V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. WHOLESALE iiv,w&, Louisville; Kentucky. - 44-t- t. Read Our Liberal Paper Offers .. 1 THE ADAIR ) V THE" ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COUNTY A column in the Louis vijle NEWS once, and believing the bonds could be paid off with practically Times, of last Wednesday headPublished Every Wednesday the same rate of levy now made, ed "What's Doing Among PolBY THE in at least as short a time as the iticians," contained this item: Adair County News Company roads could be built under the Congressional politics seem to .be (Incorporated.) Visitors to Louisville Looking For present system, asked and OH AS. S. HARRIS, EDITOR. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the City of Columbia and the people cf Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. Post-offic- e as second topic in the the tained a vote to be taken upon Eighth district just now, even to the bond proposition. On last the exclusion of the pending Saturday September the 11, 1915, State campaign, and the triggers the vote was taken with an over- are being set in nearly every whelming majority against it. l.county composing the dsstnct. It is very manifest that the bond While Congressman H a e y obng Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Are never disappointed when they visit our store. No bigger stock, no better r-- plan was not popular. ocratic renomination, with Attorney General James Garnett, VWED. SEPT, 15, 1915' of Adair, practically an avowed contender, the probabilities are, Democratic Ticket. it is said by those who ought to know, that State Banking ComFor Governor A. 0. STANLEY. missioner Thomas J. Smith, of Hubbuch Bros. & Wejlendorff, Madison, is trimming his sails to For Lieutenant Govepnor JAMES D. BLACK. cut in," as well as either Judge JKCORPORATED For Secretary of State 522 & 524 W. Market Street R. W. Gilbert or George L. PickBARKSDALE HAMLETT. ett, of Shelby. It is regarded as "Efficiency" has made our growth possible. For Attorney General M. M. LOGAN. practically certain that Shelby for aid. For Auditor It is commendable in those liv- - county will have a congressional the cannonading being proR. L. GREENE. ment of the affairs of the Fifth ing off the county seat roads to aspirant next year and that one For Treasurer nounced from Belgium as far Internal Revenue office under T. SHERMAN GOODPASTER. show themselves willing to be or the other of the two mentionSouth as the Woevre district. Scott Mays, after a thorough inFor Clerk of Appellate Court taxed to build all these 74 miles ed will seek the nomination. Berlin announces the capture vestigation, proved that there RODMAN W. KEENON. of county seat roads before a of the city of Wolkowysk by the were no grounds for even a susFor Supt. Public instruction dollar could be expended for Grand Duke Nicholas, who has Y. O. GILBERT. Teutonic armies which have been picion that the work was not bethem. Such patience and patri- been at the head of the Russian For Com of Agriculture engaging the Russians north- ing done correctly and honestly. MATT S. COHEN. otism is rare. We - admire their armies since the beginning of For Railroad Commissioner the war and directed their move- east of Bialystock and North of pluck. Edward Hardsook, a carpenter, SIDT. DOUTHITT. the Bielovezh forest region. thirty-eigh- t The action of the voters is so ments in the great campaigns on jears old, was stabbed to For State Senate the Eastern front, has been French and British aeroplanes death in a fight at St. Louis, last R. B. TRIGG nearly unanimous that it renders have bombarded the German Wednesday night. Forty odd years For Representative it useless for further agitation of transferred by Emperor Nich- aviation camp at Ostend and a ago his father was a citizen of this RAY MONTGOMERY. town. He, too, was a carpenter, and the bond question and admonish- olas to the Caucasus, where the For Circuit Clerk French air squadron has dropped was a contractor, with Capt. John es us to urge forward the pres- comparatively unimportant opF A. STRANGE. Chapman, in building the residence erations against the Turks are in bombs 'on the aviation field .at where Mr. E. W. Reed now lives. He ent system with all speed. St. Medard. f removed from Tennessee with his fam RESULT OF ELECTION ON BOND We now dismiss the bond sub- progress. German aviators bombarded ily to Adair county. ISSUE. ject from our columns, and are The Emperor's action was the Malzeville plateau and the Mr. Lucian Moore, who is a good going to help out the present taken when he assumed comcity of Nancy, in France, three citizen and a thrifty trader, has reEvery body knows how it system. We thought it best to mand of all of BuBsia's armed being some victims of bombs in moved from Montpelier to Columbia. He is occupying the residence in the Tne result doubtless car- issue $125,000 in bonds thereby forces on land and sea, it develwent. the latter place, Paris reports. Tutt addition, recently vacated by that he had placed ries with it the cause of much re- getting State aid of another oping y Berlin declares no military Mr. John Bell. joicing to the victors and consid- $125,000, thus making us a road himself at the head of Russia's damage was done by yesterday's Several growers in this county have erable disappointment t.o the fund of $250,000, to be at once naval as well as her military bombardment of Ostend and oth- cut their tobacco and the crop is said Vanquished. Yet there is con- expended for road purposes in forceB. er points on the Belgian coast by to be very good. Both dark and bur-lefigare grown in Adair, perhaps more siderable consolation for us after all parts of our county, we Grand Duke Nicholas is aphostile warships. of the former than the latter. ure there would be left after pointed Viceroy of the Caucasus our defeat. The Russian steamer Rhea, of We heartily endorsed, and building the county seat roads and commander-in-chie- f of the There will probably be a number of 1,145 tons, has been sunk, supstill so endorse the action of our about $100,000 for other roads. army on the Russian Southern mules en the market here next Monposedly by a torpedo from a sub- day, the first day of circuit court. Fiscal court in accepting the benWe thought we were right in front. Count Von Vorontzoff-DaBhkof- f, marine. Her crew was unharmefit; of State aid. this. The voters took a differwho has been Viceroy Mr. J. L. McLean will complete ed. Mr. Nolan Montgomery's residence, Under the action of the court ent - view. We failed. They of the Caucasus, is congratulated in Russell Heights, in about ten days. by the Emperor on his achievewe will be able to build from 4 must have their way. Mr. Ray Montgomery, DemIt becomes our .duty as good ments in the region and as at- ocratic candidate for the Legisto 6 miles each year of good road Hatcher. on one of our 6 county seat roads, citizens to help them carry out tached by Imperial order to the lature, has been partly over the Mr. Lee Buchanan, son of Mr. and after they are finished, on their wishes which we shall Emperor's personal staff. district, and from reports recheerfully do. For our years we German submarine activity, Henry Buchanan, and Miss Ad-dother roads in the county. ceived at this office he is making Dye, daughter of James Dye, The3e bix roads all leave Co- are as good waiters as any body. now increasingly in evidence off a fine impression. He is a young The News will always be found the French coast, has resulted in Jeffersonville, lumbia; one running 18J miles to man of ability and would make a were married in fighting for progress and for the torpedoing of another steamSunday. The groom is 18 the Casey county line through good Representative. His friends last good roads in the best form it er, the Gautemala, of 5,913 tons, age, and the bride 19. the Little Cake and Pellyton throughout the district should years of get, if not upon its own plan, which went down off Belle Isle. They returned Thursday to this precincts, one 10 miles to Rus- can keep busy until the day of the suggest- The crew escaped in boats and place to partake of the fatted sell county line; one 14 miles to then upon the best plan election. Keeping everlastingsulk-er- s. calf and receive congratulations. were picked up. the Cumberland county line; one ed by others. We are not ly at work is what brings sucMr. Joe Miller, who has been 14 miles to the Metcalfe county Gunfire, presumably from a cess. confined to his bed for five weeks line; one 8 miles to the .Dr. Gross Alexander, who was German submarine, sank the Green county line; one 10 miles one of the most prominent mem- 1,600 ton British steamer Douro, It has been definitely settled with typhoid fever and other complications, is improving slowto the Taylor county line, makbers of the Louisville Confer- Her crew was saved. The Brit- that the Democratic campaign ing in all about 74 miles. Garony was sunk in will be opened at Glasgow Mon ly. Nearly every one despaired ence, a noted preacher and writ- ish steamer Building this way is the best er, died in California last week. a similar manner. day, the 20th of this month. A. of his life, and they almost conand only means the fiscal court He was greatly interested in the Serbian artillery along the O. Stanley, nominee for Govern- sider his recovery a miricle. Mrs. G. T. Abner, who has now has of getting the benefit of Lindsey-Wilso- n Training School Danube continues its activity in or, and Judge J. D. Blaek, nomState Aid. This way is slow but of this place, and as a member its efforts to break up Austrian inee for Lieutenant Governor, been visiting her people at Sher-ido- n, Ind, returned to her home eventually will answer. It will of the Educational Board of Con- - fortifying operations on the left will be the speakers. It will be an all day affair, and many coun- at this place Wednesday. require patience on the part of ference, he visited Columbia an bank of the river. the people, but we will event- nually, making addresses before In the German air .raid on the ties in the Third district will be Diptheria has found its way in ually accomplish the end for the school. Last May Dinner on the several localities in this county. he was East coast of England last night represented. which we have all been striving. here and delivered the bacca- ten persons were killed and forty- ground. The health officers are taking Some citizens of our county laureate sermon in the Methodist -six injured. Other German the proper precaution to prevent considering it would be best for church. Eli Gregory, the Banker of the spread of it. In vhis passing the aeroplanes traveling in the diour people to isBue bonds for Methodist people have sustained rection of the English coast, Central City has plead- - guilty at The colored teachers held their ?12o,000 and thereby, with State a great loss. For several years passed over points in Holland Greenville on two counts and has association at Burdick, Saturday. aid raise enough money to build he had made Nashville, Tenn., thiB morning, is reported from been given a penitentiary sen- They had several on program aH these county seat roads and his home, editing the leading Amsterdam. Artillery activity tence of 13 years.' from adjoining counties, and the '! (Concluded on page 8 ) jther muclj needed roads all at Methodist paper of the South. continues .on the front in France The charges oftawmanage-it-w-ill SUBSCRIPTION PRICE Sl.00 PER YEAR Helm of Lincoln, is regarded as We thought the bond plan the a certain candidate for the Dem- - j best solution of road building in the county, but from the returns published elsewhere in this issue be seen that the citizens living along the various county seat roads were willing and anxious to await their turn under the present system, and also those living off the county seat roads were even more pronounced in their desire to await their turn "Most for your Money" is our Motto. We compete successfully with catalouge offers and in many iustances give better values. values anywhere Biggest Carpet and Rug Store to-da- y - ie -- "2rx-tc- . -- J' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Personals. Mr.'Hay Montgomery was quite sick several days of last week. -- Additional Locals. Notice. N . Mr W N. Diddle, of Adairville. visited here the first of the week. coming for same will please bring Crop Outlook. Mr. Ralph Waggener has been quite deep beds on their wagons and a frame Mr. C. S. Harris is spending two sick for several das. of strips to protect the boards. Call days in Louisville. Miss Mamie Smith, who is connectFrankfort, Ky Sept. 9. -- The crop at Page & Taylor's drug store if the Miss Winnie D Dohoney has ac- report for August was issued ed with this office, is spending a few last night Superintendent is not at his office. cepted a position with a millinery firm by Commsssioner of Agriculture J. W. days in Louisville. aAlbertsvil!e, Ala , and left for that Newman as follows. We are in receipt of an announceMr. W. S. Fitzgerald, of Danville, place Sept , 8 ment of the Central High School, of "The crop season for 1915 is fast was at the Hancock Hotel a few days Mr. V. Sullivan, wife and little drawing to a close and the conditions Columbia, Tenn , where John A. Harsince. daughter, went to the State Fair have been throughout very unusual. ris has been employed as a teacher for Mr. Bert Gardner, Greensburg, vas Monday. There have been more rainy days and the past two years and will return this at the Hancock Hotel recently. cold, damp, soggy weather than any week to be there for the opening next Mr. R K. Young and wifearevisit-in- g season of which this department has Monday. The announcement is very M. C. Hopper, Font Hill, was Mr. in Burkesville. a record. Crops have been damaged artistically arranged, bound in the in Columbia a few days ago. Two of Mr. W T McFarland, who lias been from the excessive moisture and by colors of the school, purple and gold, his sons weie entered in theL. W T. suffering with hay fever since his re- windstorms The two largest money and gives the floor plans, dimensions, S crops in Kentucky are corn and tobac- etc., of the new 60,000 building just turn from California, is improving. Mr H. It. Sanders, Campbellsville, completed, which is modern in every Mr F L. Wi'soti, wife and children co Both of these have grown without was here a few days since. particular. and Mr. H. C. Lucas, Russell Springs, the proper cultivation, and in general Young Todd left for the West were Mr. here Monday en route for the have been damaged by rain and wind, A raincoat was taken, through mis-akern Normal, Bowling Green, Monday. State Fair. and no one can accurately predict just from Bruce Grissom's stand, what the final yields and quality of during the fair. Mr. B. S. Miller' merchant at CroG. It belongs to me and Mr. Alva Grider, Mr. and Mrs. either of thtse crops will- - be. cus, spent several days in Columbia I would be glad if the one who has it, F. Eastham, Esto, are attending the "The reports to this office show the would return same to this office. last week. State Fair this week. condition of corn to be 92 per cent., 45-Dr, O. P. Miller. Mr. Clint Smith is putting in a few Mr. B. G. Grider, of Jamestown, which is above the average. Many redays in Louisville, attending the ports, however, state that much of the As an evidence that Columbia is a was in Columbia last Monday State Fair. corn will be damaged when the har school town, the Lindsey-Wils- on the Mr. Luther Potts and his son, Paul, Mr. Tom Waggener, who was sick vesting time comes as the result of first week, enrolled over one hundred of Cumberland county, were here here for ten days, is now able to till his oeing so badly Burley to- pupils. The County High school and the first of the week, en route to the bacco conditionblown. The 78.5 per Graded School has over two place at the store. is given at hundred State Fair. cent., that of dark tobacco at 81. To- pupils. The management of the Dr. John It. Wathan, a prominent O. C. Chapman, R. L. Chapman, H. bacco is being rapidly housed and Lindsey-Wilsexpect a large insurgeon and Physician, of Louisville, B. Chapman, W. O. Chapman, of warm, clear weather is needed for crease in the next week or two, hence who attended a meeting of the medOklahoma, were at the Han- properly curing it in the barns. The both schools are in a flourishing conical fraternity at Campbellsville, in cock Hotel Monday morning, enroute hemp crop is greatly improved and the dition. company with Mrs. Wathan, came to to their former home, Russell county. condition is given at 94 per cent "Very Columbia Thursday afternoon and large crops of cowpeas and soy beans Notice. spent the night with Dr. and Mrs. C. Mr. C. E. McClellan, of Nashville, have been planted, and their condiwas in Columbia several days of last M. Russell. I am prepared to grade and clean tion is given at 87 and 88, respectively. week. W. H. Dixon, Messrs. Albia Eubank, Smith Gill, Garden conditions remain good at 92 your wheat. Mr. O. C. Kimbler, Esto, W. O. Loy, Pastures are in splendid condition. 45-Concord. Rex Holladay and Jo Hogard left Monday morning for the State Uni- Olga, and John Oldham, of Russell Blue grass is given a condition of 95 Mr. L. V. Turner, of Montpelier, county, were here Monday, enroute percent., clover 92, alfala 91 and orversity, Lexington. one of our good farmers, presented for the big show. chard grass 88 Fruit is only in fair Messrs. Romie Judd, Jo Harris and we A Dr. Jas. Turk, of Clinton, Mo., a condition apples 52 per cent., grapes this offle with one the finest beets Clay Smith left Monday for Georgehave seen for many months. It is as native of Adair county, has about re 81, pears 74 and peaches 71. Much town College. yet it covered from a serious operation per- complaint of fruit trees breaking un- smooth as a small one and weighs 7 pounds and is 8 inches in diMr. John A. Harris, who teaches at formed six weeks ago. der their heavy load as a result of the Columbia, Tenn., and who spent his storms have been made. Livestock is ameter. Not only is he a good farmer, Mrs. J. H. Pelley is visiting her sis- doing well horses are given a condi- but a good gardener as well. vacation at home, left Tuesday morning, to take up his duties in the school ter, Mrs. B. F. Mays, of near Huston-vill- tion of 94 per cent., cattle 95, sheep When in Columbia leave your hQrse room. this week. 93 and hogs 92 Cholera exists at sevand buggy at W. H. Wilsan's. They Mr. R. J. Lyon, of the Buchanan Judge Rollin Hurt will leave for eral points in the State and blackleg f Lyon Company. CamDbellsville. was Frankfort the latter part of this week. at a few. Poultry is suffering as a re- will be well cared for ' Vioro Incf. TTrlHriiT Mrs. J. C. Bradshaw, of near Crocus, The Fall Term of the Court of Ap- - sult of the continued wet weather. There is not more than 80 per cent., this county, died last Saturday, eveMrs. Zilpah Wheat and Miss Loret-t- o perls will open on the 20th, inst. fib of a turkey crop. ning about 6 o'clock. She was an exDunbar left Saturday morning for Mr. Ralph Hurt left for Georgetown "Kentuckians have never known a cellent Christian lady, a member of Huntington, W. Y., the former to College this morning. season that illustrates the value of the Presbyterian church and a daughteach in a college in that city, the latMrs. Lou W. Atkins, who has been the silo more than the present one. ter of Mr. T. F. Collins, of this town. ter to resume her studies. in the South two months, returned Fortunate indeed is the farmer who Typhoid fever was the cause of her Mr. Mac Moss, of Greensburg, was in home last Sunday night. is able to put his uncured alfalfa or death. There is left to mourn her Columbia last Friday. clover in a silo during these rains, or death a husband and nine children. Mr. Elmo Strange left for Lebanon Mrs. W. R. Myers, Mr. Herman Monday, and will probably accept a who will be able to take care of his corn alter it is blown to the ground. Farm For Sale. Barnett and Mrs. Barnett spent the positi m in the Enterprise office. Many farmers report that the silo is half of last week in Monticello. latter Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Paull, Mr. Fred the salvation of their crops this year. Mr. V. Sullivan, wife and daughter Hill and Miss Alice Walker are in As predicted in the last crop report, My farm, known as the W. B. Du-li- n are attending the State Fair, Louisville this week. farm, 1 mile from Gradyyille, is the indications are that the farmers will not have a " ear for sale. The farm contains 191 acres 3 Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Denver left the C. E. Dudgeon, Lebanon; W. C. more or less, has 75 acres in cultivaYates, Edmonton; J. H. Gray, Louis- latter part of last week for their home in any line, but will have a large supply of forage crops for the winter with tion, 30 acres of it bottom land, the ville; G. W. Peak, Georgetown; W. C Lexington, Tenn. They were with balance in timber. It has a good 4 Trumbs, Morganfield; Dick Durham, Mrs! Paull in Louisville, until Sunday a reasonably good corn and tobacco crop. With pastures furnishing feed room cottage, two good barns and all Campbellsville; were at the Staples night. in abundance for the fall, the live other necessary outbuildings. I will House last week. Mr. Paull Hughes left for Center stock should go into the winter in a. sell same for 81,600. $800 paid in cash Mr. F. H. Durham and wife are at College, Danville, Saturday. He grad- healthy, splendid condition. Taken the balance on easy terms. Any one tending the State Fair this week. uates at the end of this term. He as a whole, the prospects for the year wanting to buy come and see me They also visited Elizabethtown, and was accompanied by Mr. Edgar Did- are above the average." Robert O. Keltner, before their return will likely spend a dle who enters the Freshman class. Gradyville, Ky. few days in Indianapolis. Miss Susan Miller left Friday for Sale Notice for September 18. Miss Pauline Kerr, of Connecticut, Shelbyville, to attend the institute. has commenced, meeting at the U. Mr. W. W. Mitchell, who travels for a shoe house, and who makes Leb- She will teach in the Graded School On Saturday, the 18th day of Sep- B. church and will continue over next anon his home, was in Columbia, so- at Finchville, a few miles from Shel- tember, 1915, at my farm on Damrsn's Sunday. Every body invited. byville, Ky. liciting orders a few days ago. Mrs. Lena Paull, who was operated creek, Adair county, Ky., I will as ad- Wanted. Grey squirrels 40c. each. C. A. Kinchloe, who is connect- - upon for appendicitis, in St. Joseph Lministratrix of the estate of R. C. Send them at once. Mr. W. T. Hodgen, t ed with the Treasury Department, infirmary, Louisville, continues to Neal, deceased, sell to the highest and Washington, D. C, and who makes improve, and will probably be able to best bidder, on a credit of six months, Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. with note and approved security, bearhis headquarters in Louisville, made reach home in two weeks. Mr. R. C.Blanford, who tendered his ( a business trip to Columbia last week. ing interest from date, required of the Mrs Ada Schooling, who spentthree l, purchrser, a pair of stock-scalefarm- resignation as a writer on the A. M. Loean, Detroit, Mich : Charles months with her sisters, Mrs. Marga- ing tools, two horses, two mules, some Campbellsville, eight months . H. Bartlett, Evansville, Ind.; B. H. ret Tucker and Mrs. Kinnie Murrell, hogs, and about 25 head of cattle, and ago, has again accepted a position Gilpin, Campbellsville; and J. Camp- left for her home, Salt Lake City, about 60 barrels of old corn, a buggy with that publication and fs now at bell, Jamestown, were at the Han- Utah, Thursday morning Her visit and harness, and a lot of other proper- the bellows. "Bob," as he isfamiliar-l- y was exceedingly pleasant to her old cock Hotel Thursday. news getter called, is a ty too numerous to mention herein - our job man, home It had been eleven years since Sale will begin about 10 o'clock, a. m. and will, as he was the past, be a valuMr. J. C. Strange,left, but she promises not to let able acquisition to the paper. Mrs. R. C. Neal, Eunice, Ky. wife and children, Miss Frances and shemany years so intervene before anothMaster Sanford; Mr. L. C. Hindman Administratrix, of estate of visit." For Sale. and wife and Miss Mollie Jeffries left er R. C. Neal, deceased, Mr. W. C. Smith, of Cane Valley, morning to be at the State Fair this The manager of thelight plant is underwent an operation in St. Joseph My house and lot, located on Stanuntil Friday. arranging for all night lights as rap- ford street, and near L. W. T. S. See Infirmary, Louisville, last week. He Mf. J. W. Mitchell, Superintendent had several troubles, but the oper- idly as he can, and we are authorized me at Adair County News office, or of schools, Russell county, came down ation was a success. He will return to state that they will start in this write me at ColumbiaiKy. last week and entered his oldest son home as soon as prudence will admit. month. P. O. Box 173. "E. L.Feese. in Lindsey- - Wilson. Mr. Penick Smith has received word , For Sale. Rev M. G. Stanley, principal ol Mrs. S. A. Coffey and little son, that his sister, Mrs. Agness Stearns, God's Bible School, Cincinnati, Ohio, Keneth, who visited bere several is seriously ill in Florida, and he left Desirable home, near Fair grounds, will assist Evangelist F. W. Fall, in consisting of two acre lot, good dwellweeks, left for their home, Granite, for her her, bedside fine water and fruit the last five days of the meeting now ing, Oklahoma, last Thursday. j He in progress at the court-housMarriage Licenses. also 32 acres of land. will preach his first sermon WednesMr. Paul Waggener came in from y Sallie Newby or Henry Mullinix, ' day night, Louisville Thursday night. Columbia, Ky. Recently there has been issued from Miss Minnie Kemp, who will teach Harmon, of Eld. at Pineville, this year, left for that the Adair County Clerk's office the Remember that a series of meetings arrived M.inF.Columbia lastLouisville, Monday following marriage licenses: will commence at the Christian church point last Friday morning. Miss morning and jn the afternoon 'he left Pratt Propes to Ida Mullinlx. Sunday week. Eld. J. Q MontgomKemp is a teacher of experience, and forDunnville,.ip company with, Eld. O. S. Gabeheart to Sallie Simpson. ery will assist the pastor. , is one of Adair county's best young Z. T. Williams, tb begin a meeting. Otis Y. Burton to Mollie May Long. women. We commend her, to the peo- .v ) at'W.-H- . tot Bessie Lee Gcse. Mont J. Williams Wilstm's AH box. stalls pie of Pineville. V Farmers are busy cutting corn. Jas. E. Taylor to Alta Bklr. feed and livery stable. e, 2t The blackboards that were ordered some time ago are here now. Parties WORTH . $1000 TO , JOHN ROHRMAN -- former 'Ice King" of Louisville Tells Why He Likes Taniac. Louisville, Ky'., Sept., 14. John Rohrman, known to almost everybody in in this city as the "Ice King" of Louisville, is among the large number of persons who have used Taniac with the most beneficial results. Mr. Rohrman said: "Less than two weeks ago I obtained this Taniac. The medicine was just what I needed. It went straight to the spot. I strengthened right up. My appetite is improved as well as my sleep. If I had paid Sl,000 for the medicine it would have been worth that to me. The anticipation of taking the next dose of Taniac is a leal pleasure." There is no better tonic for and anaemic persons than Taniac. It is a splendid tonic, blood purifier and tissue builder. It is especially beneficial in cases of stomach, liver and kidney troubles, rheumatism, nervousness, debility, catarrhal and bronchial troubles, coughs s colds, the of pneumonia, la grippe, and the like. Taniac is now obtained in Columbia at the Page & Taylor drug store.; weak-run-doup-buildi- on We-tumk- a, after-effect- . 2t For Sale. A small, but valuable Green River . farm for sale, one mile West of bridge at Edith, Adair county, Ky., and is known as a part of Campbell farm. Contains about one hundred acres, about 50 acres in fine poplar, white oak, arid other good varieties of timber and a very valuable piece of land after the timber has been removed. Balance being very rich Green river bottom land. An opportunity you will not get hold often to bay such land as For information yoa may call on or Joe Green Knifley, write Edith, Ky., 44 tf. R. R. Moss, Columbia, Ky., or correspond with me direct. ' John M. Campbell, 910 Main St., Little Rock, Ark. Polly, the old family mare owned by Mr. C. S. Harris, was kicked on the leg by a younger animal last Thursday morning, breaking it, and to re lieve her of misery, she had to be chloroformed. She will be trreatly missed, especially by ti e younger Children of the home She va about years old. twenty-fiv- e e, 44-t- record-breaking- Columbia Druggist Pleases Cus tomers. The Paull Drug Co-- , reports customers greatly pleased with Quick action of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, This simetc., as mixed in Alder-l-ka- . ple remedy drains the old foul matter from the bowels so THOROUGH that ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE of constipation, sour or gassy stomach. It is so powerful that it is used successfully in appendicitis Adler-i-k- a never gripes and the INAdv. STANT action is surprising. Foxes Wanted. Greys 83.50. 1.25 s, News-Journa- 1 to $2. Reds 81.50 to W. T. Hodgen, Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. adopted is published first-clas- s at the State convention, The Democratic platform, in full on our second page. Give it a careful reading. It is sound doctrine. 45-2- t. i s, e. 45-t- f. The Louisville Conference of the Southern Methodist Church will convene at Hartford, Ky., the 29th of of this month. All the ministers of that denomination, in this and adjoining counties, will be in attendance. Rev. W. F. Hogard, who has been the untiring Presiding Elder for four years, will be changed. The people of Columbia will regret to see him and his excellent family take their departure, It is believed that Rev. J S. Chandler will be returned to this charge for another year. His Church and the people generally want him. ers and fair 44-t- V If you want good service, safe driv-- , f. prices,, go to W. H. Wilson's, s 44-t- f. When traveling out of Columbia, get WH. Witeon's'prices 'befo're you hire a rig. 44-t- f. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ., F ' Why Birds Migrate. Forest Fires The Greatest Destructive Agency to the Forests of the State fires undoubtedly are a time when winds are not blowing one of the greatest destructive and when the ground is not so dry agencies to the forests and that fire would spread in every direcproperty of the state. It Is es tion from the area to be cleared. Also -- a little eare in clearing the space outto the timated that from nual loss from forest fires was $330,-00- 0 side the area to be burned over would each year and that there "were an- go a long way in preventing the spread nually 175,000 acres burned over. A of fire. In the fall the hunters do a study of the forest fire situation by the large amount of damage coon and 'posstate forester since 1913 has shown sum hunting, burning down trees to that over GO per cent of the known hi jn causes of fires reported to his office were due to carelessness and that they 1911 1914 an- SSKS.'-ASrtffiSrS- V SA3'' ,x I SfWBffY &3f -- mStW - v; . srm v 5V V "- -. H$&: i.-t- sr A i ,. IT W ! w.si ', 32. -- E- S&JSVi Cji! A tT?'i !tt.&&&B22X&r r "i; ' y di-- i yj twins'; iSVJcgX'i 'a & " ; i, 'i? - ' Birds migrate South during the fall for the purpose of finding food for winter use. As food grows scarce when winter approaches in the farthest Northern places where bird3 live they naturally turn to the South, where, their instincts tell them, food will be plentiful. The re turn of the birds in the spring to their accustomed haunts in the North is' one of the evidences of their possession of an instinct which is also strong in man. The environment in which a bird or human being is brought up generally becomes a permanent part of its nature. Ornithologists have not yet made it clear just what enables the bird to find its way back and forth to the same spot every year, and our knowledge is confined to the fact of what the "homing ih-stic- CLEARANCE SAL OF Rugs, Carpets and Linoleum: Is now going 8n and Big, Towering Values are offered in every section of our Live Store. C 20 and 25 per cent, reductions are not unusual on high-cla- ss merchande, - ClearancePrices on Best Quality Axminster Rugs are $17.50lfor size 9 x 12 ft. $29.50 for sixe ROYAL $21.50 for ll x 12 12 x 15 ft , ft. WILTON RUGS GoodlSelection of Discontinued Patterns, $40.00 Values are Marked at $30.00. WOOL and FIBER RUGS Combination of Green and Oak, Blue and Tan, Two Shades of Brown in a Good Quality. Clearance Price 9 x 12 ft $6.00. 10i x 12 ft $8.50. 12 x 12 ft $10 50 , Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Street INCORPORATED 522 & 524 W. Market Louisville's Most Progressive Carpet Store. t" does. ivies' 'W 1" '- - After they mate and build their first nest and bring up their first family, birds cherish a fondness for that spot much the same as the attachment that man feels for his early home. The spring migration of birds is their joyful return home after v temporary sojourn abroad to secure a livelihood. The Peevish Child Needs a Laxativ It Is natural for a child to laush and play and when It sulks drowsily or cries you may depend on it something physical is the matter. If you see no evidences of a serious ailment you will not be wrong if you quietly give It a dose of mild laxative that evening on putting It to bed. The remedy most generally recommended for this purpose is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which mothers throughout the country have been giving their children for a quarter of a century. Today thousands of families are using it where hundreds used it then, and there must be good reason for this word of mouth recommendation. It Is admittedly the perfect laxative for children, women, old people and all others who need a gentle bowel stimulant and not a violent salt, cathartic pill or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will act gently, and when taken before retiring will bring com plete satisfaction in the morning! After a short use of this remedy all forms of outside aid can be discense--l with and nature will again act alonel All classes of good American peopl keep it in the home for ills of thJ stomach, liver and bowels, and amoml tne tnousanas wno nave written th doctor that they will never be without It are Mrs. J. W. Haynes, Brady, Ky., antl Mrs. E. L. Weeks. 1744 "W. 2nd St Owensboro, Ky. A dose of it has savetl many a person from a serious Illness. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying It In the regular way or a druggist afnfty cents or one aoiiar a large bottle (iamily size) car have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing DrJ w. u. uaiawen, 4ut wasmngton m.j Monticello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. AN INEXPENSIVE LOOKOUT TOWEB. TOBEST FIRE LOOKOUT TOWEF. This is the standard type of forest Are lookout towers that are being constructed over the eastern United States. It Is pos- obtain these animals, worth a few sible to overlook the country within a cents, and the result Is that timber radius of twenty miles from one of these worth several thousand dollars is destations. stroyed. Bee hunters also set fire to could bave been prevented by reason- the trees to get the honey, and boys able diligence on the part of the in- and other individuals set fire to the dividual. The two chief causes of for- leaves on the ground to burn them off est fires are burning of brush in the In order that they can easily find the spring and hunting in the fall. It is nuts. Fires from these causes do a easy to see that with a little care both large amount of damage each year, and of these causes could be eliminated. a little care and thoughtfulness would Brush could very easily be burned at prevent them altogether. This tower was built on the divide between Kentucky and Virginia, and considering its small cost gave very good satisfaction during the fire season in the spring of 1915. "I feel that I owe the manufactur ers of Chamberlain's Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy a word of gratColic, TS. To the Public. itude," writes Mrs. T. Witherall, Erosion Caused by Cutting Away Forests at Headwaters of Streams assp a 7&a?. fivftrrvv..f-Ar: v,AiVSyCKiEKVW &U.tv rf ' S t w'v11-',-- ; a; .a v.s ? 's.vs.''v4.i?'-vA."t k.i-- a 4 -- S4'"4 5st v"zi fr?vy iv rfv.- v rh vX - K5 : ;. rfl L J.' ? V.t 2 w,-ES- Pl began takGowanda, N. Y. A bad egg is at its worst in ing this medicine I was in great pain and feeling terribly sick, due to an at- any kind of situarion. To prove After that a sure thing tack of summer complaint. isn't sure, play taking a dose of it had not long to wait for relief as it benefited me al- it to win. most immediately." For sale by None Equal fo chamberlain's. Adv. Paull Drug Co. "I have tried most all of the cough cures and find that there is none that A lot of men are unable to rec- equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. ognize good luck when they It has never failed to give me promptr, relief," writes "W. V. Harner, Ind. When you have a cold meet it. give this remedy a trial and see for yourself what a splendid medicine it Take a is. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. Mont-pelie- WELL DRILLER and I will drill wells in Adair adjoining counties. fore contracting. See me .Latest 11 proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Giv4 J. C. YATES o Tonight morning It will act as a laxative " inthe The henpecked husband should rejoice that he isn't a mormon. Many People IrT.This Town never really enjoyed a meal until tweadvised them to take a tsus? before nnrt nftpr pncfi trip.il. by U3 25c a bos. ' Paull Drug Co. Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer he Adair County News and A trickster is merely a man who gets the best.of a trade with you. A large portion of this farm was washed away in a formerly came to the present edge of the stream. feo2. "SEEK" U sviu ouiy Pi' T K- - freshet The farm Paull Drug Co. The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One ? Coughs That Are StoPped! Careful people see that they are stopped. Dr. King's New Discovery is a remedy of tried merit. It has held its own on the market for 46 years. Youth and old age testify to its soothing and healing qualities. Pnuemonla and lung troubles are often caused by delay of treatment. Dr. Xing's New Discovery stops those hacking coughs and relieves la grippe tendencies.- - Money back if it fails. 50c. and 81.00 at Paull Drug Co. Adv. feelings caused by bilousness and constipations, when relief is so easily had A rjlnt For Auto Drivers. Worth Their weight in Gold. automobile and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas. The forward gear on an should never bo engaged after revers- Peck, Gates, N. Y., writes: "About a "I have used Chamfc3rlain's Tablets ing until the car Js practically stand- year ago I used two bottles .of Cham- and found them to be just as repreing BlilL berlain's Tablets and they cured me sented, a quick relief for headaches, Modern Piano Wire of biliousness and constipation." For dizzy spells and other symptoms deSupplanting the hard, high tension sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. of ,pld, tho piano wire In CV noting a torpid iiver and a disordered strand .mnnd today for the highest grade incondition of the digestive organs, struments Is tough and fibrous and of Poverty is not a crime, but the They are worth their weight in gold,'r absolute uniformity, and when cut it shows a clean, white steel, says the penalty is hard labor just the writes Miss Clara Av Driggs, Elba, Scientific American. The piano makers N. Y. For sale by Paull Drug Co." have, by actual test, been brought to same Adv. greatsea that the softer wire has the er artistic merit. The latter vibrates I keep on hands a full stock of Our Advica Fs: so evenly throughout, wfeen actuated coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Wbea you feel out of sorts from constiby the proper degree of energy, that a For Sale. true fundamental tone results, wltb pation) let os say that if jgpm Metallic Caskets, and Steel Soxes and Just enough of the octave to. Impart two hearses. Prompt service night or brilliancy, of the fifth to impart timMy house and lot, located on Stando not relieve you; sm & physician; day. Residence Phone 29, office sixth to ford street, and near L. W. T. S. - See bre and of the third and amplified Imbecause no othir boms wmtoy will by part richness, and will be phone 98. me at Adair County News office, or the sounding Boldoclybyus, lOcscU,' board. 45-- 1 yr J. r. Triptct, sprite me at Columbia, Ky. Pull Drug Cs. iimi Ad, Columbia, Ky. E. L. Feese. JP. O. Box H3. -- Biliousness and Constipation. And many a long ancestral line It is certainly surprising that any woman will endure the miserable has a slip noose at one end of it. Year For Only $1.35 Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekiy Enquirer is It Is Issued every Thursday, subscription price JLOO per year, and it Is one of the best home metropolitan weekL'e'oi today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnhc- the world's events, and for that reason can cine you all the leading news. It carries a carries a zreat omount of varoa'ble farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports: Its nuBaerooa departments make it a necessity to every ome, farm or business mas. This grand offer Is limited and we advise yon to take advantage bysnbscrQVngrfor the above combination right bow. Call or mail orders to up-to-d- The Adair Ceunty News, Columbia, Ky. rmrf n THE ADAIR COUNTYJNEWS 1 to this old tree and its fruits, 'K You Need a Tonic posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. Youcan't make a mistake in taking There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com- Law and Gospel. Editor News: If you will allow me space in CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousands. T JEXXXX i tsi tJ tmi (vi Special Notice! Woodson Lewis Qreensburg, Ky. Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick and satisfactory fence. . your paper, I will say a few words more on law and Jgospel. We have referred to the weak ness of the law as compared to the gospel and will say some thing more along the isame line. The law made nothing perfect, but the bringing in of a better hope did. Because of the weakness and unprofitableness of the law covenant, it was removed and this perfect one established. Under the old all sinned and came short of the glory of God; for it was not possible that the blood of bulls and goats should take away sins. Theirs was only a ceremonial cleansing and did not reach the heart and conscience. But Christ came in the end of the world or age to put away sins by the sacrifice of him self and to purge our conscience from dead works, so we should have no more consciousness of sin. This is the happy privilege of every one who names the name of Christ and is striving to depart from iniquity. This free pardon is yours for the taking. "There is life at this moment for thee.'' He is the propitiation for our sins and not for ours only, but also for the sins of the whole world. NOTE THE PRICE. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c (i tc " it 7 g 8 9 " tt 6 " " " " tt 26 32 "" t, " 18c 2Qc k it t( . ( q t. 9 6 " tt tt " : " " tt 32 39 "" "" tt it tt g g tt 39 tt " 18c " 22c " 20c Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. Buyjnowjbefore the advance. We have 30,000 rods subjectjto your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as schoolmaster to bring us to to Quality and Price. Christ, the hope of earth and A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated ThornhiM joy of heaven. Thelaw is weak through the flesh. The mind of Wagons.' Satisfaction, or your money back." Cloth- Under this perfect covenant we may be delivered out of the hands of our enemies and serve will do. God without fear in holiness and With every thing properly adrighteousness all the days of our justed it will separate the tares, life. cut the wheat and bind it too, The law made men feel the so it will not be always coming weight of sin, and cry out, 0 untied and falling down; for it wretched man that I am, and by always binds with the bond of its types and shadows pointed to perfectness which never fails. T. B. Lyon. the Lamb of God. It was a A Clogged and give us in its stead the SpirDJblN'JL'lSTI it, which is love, joy, peace, kindness, good- Am permanently located in Co ness, faithfulness,- - meekness, lumbia. against which there All Classes of Dental work done. Crow is no law. Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty! What we need is to be buried All Work Guaranteed with him by baptism into death, Office over G. W. Lowe's imto that death that puts an end Shoe Store to sin; then we can arise and walk in newness of life. J. H. Stone J. B. Stone Seeing the weakness and unStone & Stone- profitableness of the law, we are persuaded that the gospel is our Attoney-At-Laonly hope. It is sufficient to q WUl pradhce in drive out all the demons and this and adjoining counties. make us new creatures, living -Jamstown, Kentucky epistles known and read of all . men. It is still the power of God unto salvation to all who believe it. It is mighty through Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist God to the . casting down of Eye Specialist strongholds. It is quick and Special attention given Diseases of all powerful and sharper than any Domestic Animals d sword. It is profit- Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. able for doctrine, for reproof for Phone 114 G. ? correction, for instruction in Columbia, Ky. righteousness; that the man of Business Pho e 13A God may be perfect, thoroughly .teldence Phone13 B furnished unto all good works. N. MIRRELL DR. To k the gospel for the use of the law, is like setting IDENT1ST the aside to use the Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTcTg old reap hook or cradle. up 3taiis. The gospel binder is all right - Kentucky if we get instructions from the Columbia, right source to use it and power from the heavenly dynamo to Notice run it. Gas, gasoline, hot-ai- r t General Blacksmithlng nor any other human, product long-sufferin- HENRY W. DEPP, g, self-contro- l; w L. H. Jones & two-edge- side-trac- J. self-bind- er to the Public Baggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specla attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot' PHONEINO.J 73 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky System Needs Attention, Dr. James Triplett the flesh, or the carnal mind, is Don'tforget our immense stock of Shoes and not subject to the law of God, nor any other law, neither ining, both at old prices. deed can be. It is an outlaw. We have not taken the War in Europe as an It breaks through all law and all restraintslthat can be thrown Advance on Anything Excuse to ask around it. But what the law cannot do, in that it is weak Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. through the flesh, God sent his Lime for this month, only 90c. Son to do. He came to condemn sin in the flesh, to destroy and put an end to it. He came to C. D. lay the ax at the root of the old VETERINARY SURGEON carnal tree; the tree whose fruits are fornication, uncleanness, Landowners Attention. idolatry, sorcery, enmities, jealousies, strife, T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do wraths, factions, divisions, paryour Surveying correctly. envyings, drunkenness, ties, years He has thirty-thre- e revelings and such like; of which Special Attnetin fa Eyes experience. Charges rea- it is said that they who do such l, Spavin or any surFistulo, eonable. Phone 74 or gical work done at fair prices. 1 aa things shall not inherit the kingveil fixed to take care of stock. Mon write doe when work is done or stock dom of God. Now if we will al- removed from stables. low the Son of God to have his El IQ6IET KESIKNCE LtCATW T.'f. Faulknerj way witfi us, he will put an end-MMtBTfLLE STKCT. .DENTIST Are you bilious, dizzy and listless? Dr. King's New Life PiHs taken at OVER PAXJIJL2 DRXJG CO. onces seizes upon oonsbipatioa and Columbia, Ky. starts the bowels moving naturally and easily, Moreover it aots without RES FHONSS 2D. OBTICB PHON1 griping. Neglect of a clogged system often leads to most serious complications. Poisonous matters and a body poorly functioning need immediate attention. If you wish to wake I am prepared to do any kind of Tin morning happy in mind Work, Eoofing, Guttering, &c I up and entirely satisfied, start your treat- make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other ment tonight. 25c a bottle at Paull thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call Adv. at my shop if you need anythin6inmy Drug Co. line or repair work in tinorsheetiron." Over L. W. Bennetts'a Store. A Splendid Offer. TIN WORK. w S. E. Bridgwaters, Until further notice we will furnish The Adair County News one year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, one year, Farm and Fireside, semimonthly, one year; year; and Household Journal, monthly, one year, all for 91.65. This Is the best offer ever made by this office, and ah" who want reading matter should send their subscripTo-day- 's Maga-zine,mothly,o-ne Surveying " Crenshaw 'Kentucky Fair Dates The foHowing are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1915, as far as reported. Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates: Grayson, Sept. 1- -4 days days Barbourville, Sept. days Hodgenville, Sept. days Henderson, Sept Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 136 days Owensboro, Sept. 2b 5 daya Horse Cave, Sept. 224 days Pennyroyal-HopkinsvillSept. 27 6 days. " Glasgow, Sept. 294 days Adairville, Sept. 30- -3 days "t" Cave City, Oct. 4- 6 days 4 days- - , Marray, Oct. 13 73 75 tions to this office at once. Fools and children can be relied upon to tell the truth at the wrong time. Poll-evi- e, I i-K- EAI - i-j- efl r THE ADAIRICOUNTr NEWS Gradyville. 3 Training School '.. lace to Put Your Children VT . Frank Dohoney,;2qf last Friday. Milltown;-wa- s here looking after cattle Miss Mary Chandler,- of Columbia, was the guest of Miss Mollie - Flowers a few days of last week. H. A. Walker and wife, of Columbia, passed through here last Friday, en route for the Edmonton street fair. Mrs. Sallie McCandless and son, of Columbia, visited relatives here a few days of last week. Dock Coomer bought last week a farm from Al Coomer, on Butler's Fork, for the consideration of five hundred dollars. Silas Cain bought last week from Uncle Charlie Yates, a very fine milk cow.prioe not known. Mrs. Cettie Nell, of Columbia, is visiting her children in our city this week. The Dudgeon Stove Co., of Cane Valley, supplied our town last week with a full stock of stoves and pipes, preparatory for the winter season. opn JDr. Bolin, the tician of Canmer, made our town last week. He reports a very fine business for the season. Miss Maud Wilmore has been confined to her room for several weeks with throat trouble. ,SSS Porter England bought an extra fine mare mule colt in Columbia last Monday, for $60. Quite a number from our place will attend the State Fair next week at Louisville, and in . the numbar will ba our old frie n dL. H. Fielders, who take3 a great delight in looking after colts, and by the way we must state here that he has one of the finest Peacock colts that ever was in our .town. The colt is a perfect model. well-know- extended trip to the Southland soon. He is going to spend the winter with his son, ' Campbell Miller, West" Point, Miss. Mr. Miller is one of the most active men of his age in our county. He isn't far from 80year3 of age, and does as much work on the farm as the average man. He has preserved his health by following closely the laws of nature. Judge Thurman organized court last Monday and adjourned Wednesday until Tuesday, Sept., 21st. The docket is light and is devoid of sensational things. The Judge has the confidence of nearly every one and we predict the largest majority this election than heretofore. The grand jury is holding daily unions, but their work is not heavy as usual. All of the educational institutions in Campbellsville, have very satisfactory enrollments this year, and we predict for them the best year in their history. The Graced school has 55 pupils enrolled in the High school department. The three schools have proper facilities for a thous and pupils. The three schools are using about twenty instruct ors. The circus at Campbellsville last Monday had a record crowd, and it was one of the most civil ever gathered on such an occa-sioThe martials report excellent behavior, and nothing happened to mar the pleasure of the crowd. Quite a number will attend the State Fair. Improved methods in farming are creating more interest and the farmers take advantage of their opportunities. p4ring-foran Lindscy-Wilso- n t v A Safe TERM CCKEKJS SiJEPT. 6. 191& l. Boys and Girls are under our personal .care at allltimes. 2. New brick dormitories, electric lights, water works, baths, and steam heat. nis courts, basket ball floor, track, etc. 5. Thorough courses. Our graduates enter the best colleges and universities without 3. Location healthful and beautiful. 4. Ten acre campus, good athletic field, ten- - 6. Good moral and religious influences but not secterian. IB COURSES: Training, Normal, Intermediate, Primary, pression, Voice, Art. Book-keepin- g, Exp Compare our advantages with the best and our rates with the lowest. MOSS & CHANDLER, Columbia, Ky. n. 44OChC$04' Mfr4$MQMfr$Q.$4$ " Empire & Superior Grain Drills, Field Seeds and Fertilizers. 9 4 We have an excellent corn crop this year, and some business people predict $1,25 the barrel for a starter. It would be a great sacrifice to'sell at such Mr. EdN. Whitlock, ene of figure, and it would not be good the best farmers in the Bliss business judgment to do so when community, was in our midst stock is bringing satisfactory 4 4 - Let us Know What Repairs you need for your Drills at oncer so we ' May get themin our Freight Shipment. Respectfully, - I 4 . last Friday, and informed us that prices. he was about through cutting to- - Rye seed is hard to get this . bacco, and his crop was about as year but nearly every farmer is good as it was last year. It Iwill making an effort to sow. It is be remembered last season Sthat one of the best crops we raise. Mr. Whitlock was the first man Tenants are beginning to look from this section of the country out homes for another year. to get his tobacco on the market Homes for every one are scarce at Louisville. By the way he and do notf go a begging for lack sold for the best prices of any one in this community. Mrs. Alma Sexton and children of Campbells ville, are visiting thek mother, Mrs. S. A. Harper, in our city this week. The protracted services conducted by Rev. Napier, of Hise-villassisted by our pastor, Rev. Christie, is largely attended, with fine preaching, and we trust that the result of this wonderful preachinglwill be a great revival in this town. Born to the wife of Marvin Sexton, on the 18th, a son. Both are doing well. t e, 4 4 $ 4 THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE. 9"0Q"6"6"9"Q'4"Q"Q"60"6' of applicants. Tobacco is being - housed and the plant doesn't seem to be as general are using it as well matured as some other year. people in more economical It is no longer a paying crop for a fuel. It is since wood has become scarce. s one who has a farm. I. K, Miller and sons have Mr. John Miller, of Arkansas, splendid grade for a has been visiting relatives in placed in a pike from their home to Green and Taylor counties. He mile of road. A little energy left for home last Sunday. He the public enterprise upon the parts of owns a one-ha- lf interest in an and others weuld seon bring good plant. . roads. There is such a demand- for Clayton Turner was in LouisFord cars that our local agents Sunday. He accomcan't supply the trade. A great ville last y to their per cent of the general travel panied a Green. is being aone m automooues. Gretna (Continued from page 5.) Several farmers have bought car Tate and Hancock, our real Hatcher. and they find them great con- estate men, report a number of inquiries for property in our exercises were real entertaining veniences. great many come to the large crowd present. Squirrels are plentiful and county. A They have several well educated quite a, number are being killed. from the Northwest We have noticed most of the teachers. Our coal dealers are reaping season. The deal that ire made areoe our JCr. James Miller Sr0 isTpro- - quite harvest-this- . first-clasax-hand- "Q"6"0"6"Q"64"64"9fr4 le - run-awa- -- best roads. There isn't much tors from other counties. demand for property away from J. L. Jones will have some the proper conveniences. stock at the State Fair. He has J. A. Hubbard, Greensburg, twenty-fou- r head of stock, was here this week looking afhorses, and seems to be enthu-siastter the interest of his farm. He as to his future prospects. is a hustler. He also placed his Mrs. Buchanan has returned son in the R. C. B. A Campbellsville. from a visit to relatives in CalJoe Wade has recently com ifornia. She also attended the pleted his residence at exposition while on her trip. It is built of concrete C. B. Whitney is buying a blocks of different colors. It is considered one of the nicest great many small walnut trees. He states that they are manuhomes in the country. factured into gun stocks to be The Green river Medical Soused in the European war. This ciety met at the court house on timber is commanding a good Thursday, and gave a program price, Most timber of thiskiad that was highly complimented by is found in the fields and does a those who were fortunate to at- great deal of damage to growiag sevscaL dee orope. tend, Thece-weric Gamp-bellsvill- e. -- e