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Last Tuesday evening the beautiful We of the Christian church and Mr. Oliver Marcum, who is a native News reached here a few days ago of The Septembe.r term of the Adair home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O Russell School of Columbia, Ky., in joint of Russell county", and who has been ciicuib court which convened last was the scene of one of the most de- session, after the death or our brotner an unfortunate and deeply regretable living in Stanberry, Mo., since the lightful entertainments ever given in and fellow laborer, Dr. TJ. L Taylor, accident which occurred at Snyder, Civil War, and Mrs. Murrah, who lived Monday drew an immense crowd to Texas. There were seven small boys Columbia, and business of all classes Columbia when Mrs Russell and Miss adopted the following resolutions. years near Montpelier, were married by was faily good throughout the day. SalHe Field received from 7:30 to 10 Whereas, In the passing of our including J. J. Hunter Jr., nine Rev. J. S. Thompson, at the residence o'clock in lionor of Mrs. Jo Eussell brother from among us we have lost old, son of Mr. and Mrs J. J. Hunter, of the minister, this place, last Thurs- There were a number of mules sold who left last week for her new home one who was faithful to duty, wise in who formerly lived in Gradyville, day morning. Mr. Marcum is seventy and a few horses. The Master Comin Lebanon, Mrs Sam White, who is counsel, possessing a firm and noble Adair county, playing in front two years old and the bride seventy-on- missioner sold several tracts of land by order of court. spending the summer in Columbia, Christian character. The church has of Mr. Hunter's residence. There The couple went together in Judge Carter arrived early and when mem- was a shot gun in the crowd, and their young days, and had nob and Miss Nettie Clark, who leaves lost one of its oldest and best met for court adjourned for dinner he had the an indefinite stay iu.Texas. of its old- while it was in the hands of young fifty years until the day before soon for bers. The Bible School one their grand jury instructed ard ab'l o'clock Hunter, it was accidentally dis- marriage. They A beautiful color scheme was car- est and best .teachers. left here soon after it went to work Mr. Huddleston arkilling one of his companions ried out in the decorations throughout Dr. Taylor was the leading elder of charged, un- the ceremony, for the groom's home, rived about the noon hour, and will be house. Festoons of crepe paper the church and chairman of the who was eleven years old. This the and will stop over d few days in Louisbusy during the first week, looking afin the three colois draped the stair- official board. He was always present fortunate occurrence brought great ville. sorrow to two homes, the family who ter evil doers. The docket for this way and chandeliers, handsome pot at the services of the church if not Mr. Marcum and the misister who term is said to be light, but enough lost a son, and to the father, mother, plants were banked against the walls, prevented by sickness which rarely married him, served in the same comwhile masses of asters in white, pink occurred. He was a liberal contrib- brothers and sisters of the little fellow pany in the Federal army during the business to run into the middle of next The following gentlemen and lavender were every where ar- utor to all the church offerings ac- in whose hands was the gun when it civil war. Mr Marcum lost his first week. fired. The little fellow became franmake up the juries: ranged with an artistic touch not of- cording to his ability. wife four years ago, and his bride had tic when he discovered his companion been a widow for many years. GRAND JURY. Therefore Resolved: ten found. The ices and cakes beautifully carried out the color scheme in That, though sad, we sorrow not as was killed, and it took heroic efforts R. H. Price, foreman; B. F. Rubarts, to "pacify him. Much sympathy is every delail. those who have no hope, J. J. Dudley, Granville Morgan, J. B. The Speaking. boy and also An interesting literary contest was because of our assurance that he is felt here for the Hunter Coffey, J. M. Riall, L M. Gcode, S. for his parents, brothers and sisters, Mr. J. E. Leslie, Progressive candi- H. Knifley, Jno. T. Brockman, J. introduced much to the enjoyment of with the Lord. 2. That we extend to our sister, and condolence is also expressed for date for Commonwealth's Attorney, Lindsey Watson, J. A. Richards, J. the guests. Misses Mildred Walker and Mary D. Mrs. Taylor, our deepest sympathy the family of the dead boy. and Mr. A. A. Huddleston, Kepubli-ca- n H. Branham received the guests at the and love in this dark hour of grief. Patteson candidate for to the PETIT JURY. Farm For Sale. 3. We also extend our sincerest symsame position, spoke at the courtdoor and presided over the victrola, W. T. Loy, J. W. Corneal, J. C. rendering many we I selected musical pathy to the daughters, and commend house Monday afternoon. Mr. Leslie Bradshaw, J. E. Wilkerson, R. S. this family to the heavenly Father, numbers. A river farm consisting of 330 acres, spoke first, and in a very pleasant way All conceded it to be a very happy whom our brother faithfully served to 40 acres good bottom, 75 acres of up advanced many reasons why he should Bailey, Geo. D. Bryant, E. M. Staples, the end, and who alone is able to com land and the remainder in woods. A be elected. Mr. Huddleston followed, Howard Leach, Evan Akin, John W. occasion, long to be remembered. Young, J. M. Wolford, L. J. Willis, The guests present were the follow- fort us is our deepest sorrows small saw set of blue skips and chest- in his usual style, keeping the large P. H. Ingram, G. R. Feese, W. G. 4 That a copy of these resolutions nut, a fine lot of young growing tim- audience in fine humor throughout. ing: be spread on the church record, and a ber, two tenant houses, two orchards Mr. R. . Railey, candidate for cir- Mullinix, Jas. P. Conover, G. B. TayMesdames W. A. Hnes, Monb veas, Dave Jones. W. B Patteson, G. copy be sent to the Adair County and two good springs. In one-hacuit Judge, came next. He is oppos- lor, Ray Page, M. T. Redman, O. P. Cha-pi"W. Staples. J. N. Murrell, R. V. News for publication, and one to Mrs. mile of school house. On account of ing Judge Carter. He dished out a Willis, J. L. Patton, U N. Whitlock, Jno. S. McFarland, R W. Shirley, Lola Lovett, Zora Eowe, W. M. Taylor and each of the daughters. engaging in other business, I will sell lob Of slush charges againsb his oppo-nen- Walter Elrod, J. B. Burton, C. B. Z. T. Williams, ) and "Wilson, Logan Winfrey, James G. Euat a bargain, all or half of the place. answer when Judge Carter arose to Hutchison, Willie Burton, S S. WorkG R. Reed. Com. them the crowd went wild. bank, O. P. Bush, Ray Montgomery, saw mill will locate on the place in A Mrs. R. F. Rowe, ) man, R. E Pickett. Ben EJ Rowe, Allen Walker, Lou Ata few weeks. Thi3 farm is in three Every charge was refuted manly and Geo. Wilson, C. M. Russell, to the perfect sabisfaction to the vot kins, Be at the Methodist church Thurs- miles of the Stanford road which is Recital. ers of Adair county. Orest Hamilton, Bruce Montgomery, day evening. Tom Thumb wedding. now being piked. Gordon Montgomery, Silver offering at the door. Lee Grissora, J. D. Eubank, Cane Valley, Ky. Tom Thumb wedding by the little Geo. Stults, Jo Patteson, W. A. 47-t. tots at the Methodist church Thurs The people of Columbia are invited Coffey, W. R. Myers, James R Gar-net- t, NO. 6769. day night of this week. Free will sil to be present at the Music and ExR R. Moss, A. D. Patteson, The County in Charge. ver offering at the door. Proceeds pression Recital to be given by Miss John L Walker, W. P. Summers, to be used in repairing parsonage. Gwendolyn Bayles at Lindsey7Wilson Henry Hurt, S. P. Miller, J. W. WalkOF TflE CONDITION OF Chapel Friday evening, Sept. 24th, at Messrs. Myers & Ballard, who owned er; Misses Mary Lucy Lowe, Mary Underwent an Operation. 8 o'clock. Miller, Mary Williams, Lula Dersch, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK the Adair county eruLof Jthe pike from Miss Bayless has charge of these deMr. Delphus Taylor, son of Mr. here to Campbellsville, oncost SaturMadge Rosenfield, Sue Baker, Ida AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE day, turned it over to the county, the Bruce Taylor, made a business trip bo partments in the above stated school Kate Hogard, Jennye McFar-lanMonbicello and while bhere he was and the evening promises to be an enKatie Murrell, SueF. King, Ev- OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE Fiscal Court being in session. The Court will now take steps to sbricken wibh appendicibis. His par- tertaining one. elyn Clark, Edna Akers, Mabel Ew-inOF BUSINESS Sept. 2nd, 1915. condition ents were notified, and his father imMol-li- e pub the pike in first-clas-s Octavia Reed, Sallie Baker, RESOURCES. . R. G. Dohoney, who worked here mediately went to his bedside. He to charge toll. andwill continue Caldwell, Gwendolyn Bayless, Madtttscauntsfevcept those In the year, is again withHos-- " ry Chandler, Mae Stults. suownonb) .T 112 720 91 The Courtis also arranging to buy found him vexy sick, and on Monday earlier U.S. Bonds deposited to 6eure ""f road machinery? to be used in making Of last week he was conveyed to St. ford & Wilson. He wenb bo Dallas " circulation (par value) 25 000 0 pikes over 1 2 Anthony Hospital, Louisville, and on from here and accepted a position- as the county. Notice. Bonds other than U. S. bonds manager of the ImperiaisPharmaoy, ' In another column, 4s.an .advertise 'Tuesday he wenb under the knife. pledged to Secure Postal , Orf ment. callingior,bids f turn dealers to He stood the operation well, and the and'later Hosford and Wilson 4riduced-hiNotice is given that the Fiscal Court Savings deposits .2.000 is one- r. information from his bedside is, that .ei.t-- tacome back! toJbalyi'-H- e lfurnish;thejaachinery. of Adair County wiUjon the .Sttf day Securities other than U, S. bonds I i.l..rtii..-- tor.. - Vf.2n. 'M '' xo.(not including1 stocks) owned way to recover. His uiuiu ueauurirgvjusis-uiLueTDLaw, heiSTna fair of October, 1915, at Dthe court-house & . .unpledged....... 'tfrivai) ......23 819 31 v, ge&uv.ri 9m &. &- - 2 1 father is with him and Delphus is re aly Texas paper. vw. - St in Columbia, Adair county;. Ky., re 'Total bonds.. securities etc ,.,810, ' . The subject of treAbove.notice'l3 aCv- ceiving the best of attention. It will : ceive bids on the purchase by said ouuscnptiouio stock 01 reaerai ,:e! ,,,,. -- -' cDohbney.this prace.S ." probably bethree weeks before he Court of one ten tonroljerj 1 strays hQgst at my jfiil f There- t b&abjejo return home. ' one road grader, ' one drill ( Less amount unpaid.. ,...; tO ones kndi3j blaelc oaesV place it 1 ZM T& Ml' 't.i All other stocks, including; Mules, Wan nted;-with power to run said drill, one oc sc ,arc t .1 premium on same Weigh from 60 to 125 pounds... ; Resigned His Position. sprinkler, and two dump carts. The Batiking house, furniture, and ,nt Ky, Z. W. Bardfo, Bliss, ! fixtures 2 ooooo bids must be for furnishing all of said I will be in Columbia on Saturday, Mr- - Finis Rosenbaiim, who has been 2 6164 above mentioned machinery, also for Sue from Federal Reserve Bank Painfully Hurt. Due from approved reserve the efficient manager of V. M. Gow-dy- 's Sept., 25, to buy mules. Want good -1 each of the above mentionedseparate-Iy- . agents in New York Chicago wholesale house at this place for size wagon mules from 5 years old and reserves the right to The Court 3 313 46 and St Louis up. Frank Tolliver. Edgar Harris, seventeen year old the past four years, has tendered his to accept or reject any or all of said Due from Approved Reserve resignation bo take effect the first of Agents in other Reserve bids. This September 20th, 1915. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Harris, was f24 419 70 24 763 16 Cities For Sale. G. T. Hekkifobd, painfully hurb last Wednesday .about October, and he will be succeeded by Due from .Banks and Bankers Mr. K. Taylor, another good man. Judge of County Court. 45 2b. He was on a bycicle 3 14 the noon hour. other than included in 9 or 10 Checks on banks in the same city and was decending the hill leading bo Mr. Rosenbaum will enter business for I wish to sell my property locatedon 716 29 or town as reporting bank. . . school. He was himself and will open a retail grocery Campbellsville street. Good 8 room the Lindsey-Wilso- n Judge J. C. Carter and Common- Outside Checks and other cash going ab a rapid gait when his wheel store in the building formerly occu- house and 2 acre lot and all necessary items wealth's Attorney A. A. Huddleston, G. W. Fractional currency, nickels struck a rock, throwing the rider vi- pied by Mr.square. Lowe, on North out buildings. Will sell at a bargain. reached Columbia last Thursday af side of the His stay with Mr. 70 70 olently to the ground. cents 360 and His right arm ternoon, enroute to their homes from Notes of other National Banks 360 E. L. Sinclair. Gowdy was pleasant, but he concluded 835 00 received several deep cuts and his They reported that Federal reserve notes Liberty court. 30 00 bruised., that ittwouid be best for him to be in Mr. J. E. Leslie, editor of bhe Milford Pemberton was sent to the Total coin and certificates.... 7 2S3 10 shoulder was considerably business for himself. notes 500 CO he will resume his studies this week. penitentiary for two years for killing Tampkinsville News, and the ProRedemption fund with U S. Dr. W. J. Flowers dressed his wounds. Mr. W. T. Ottley, who met with an gressive his wife, and Lee Bramer was sent up candidate for Common(not more than 5 Treasurer accident the day Haag's Show was wealth's Attorney in this district, was for grand larceny. per cent, on circulation) 1230 Miss Pauline Kerr, a Jewess, who here, mention of which was made in in Columbia and at several other Total . 203 430 31 has been converted bo bhe Chrisbian this paper at bhe time, is improving Wilson's 5 and 10 cents Store, points in Adair county last week. He religion, and who preached a week ab very slowly. One of his legs is giving reports LIABILITIES. in the Russell Building, on that he is well pleased with Capital 35 000 00 the U. B. church, delivered two very him a great deal 6f trouble He is not his canvass. Water street, is open for business. Surplus stock paid in fund. . Many useful articles can be bought Undivided profits;. .'........'"' 3 016 54 23 00000 interesting historical lectures ab the able to leave his room. 5 and 10c. and many others will Methodist Church last Sunday forefor Less current expenses, in'Cat Fair at Miss Pauline Kern, of Connecticut, terest and taxes paid 1 66 61 1 349 93 noon and evening. The subject of the There will follow from time to time. We also Prepara-tiom- s who is preaching nightly at the U. B. .next " Circulating Notes 25 000 00 first was, "The Second .Coming of Jamestownbeing Saturday. handle Groceries. Call and see us. made by the young- church, is a Jewess. She is preaching are Due to Banks and Bankers other than 47-l- t. Geo. E. Wilson, Prop. Christ," the second, ,lThe Dispersion included in 5 or 6 43 the Christian religion. She is a lady .467 Upon both occasions er set for a big time, and every body, of considerable ability and delivers her of . Individual deposits subject to young and old, will attend. There is Mr. Owen Thompson and Miss Ma123 air on check the building was crowded. a good premium list, each competi messages with force. Quite an interStephens, of the Willbown localiby Total deposits. Items 4. 5. 6, 7 bel and8 est is being manifested. '127 036 33 ' will be lively. were married in Jeffersonville Monday The railroad from Edmonton to tion 203 436 31 Horse Cave is progressing finely. The of last week. Mr. J. R. Tutt, Jr., ac- Total Mr. J. H. Wormack, Russell Springs, Next Friday night Columbia Chapcompanied them across the river and Stats op Kektuckv, ) road is now out three miles from Ed- bought a six months old Duroc pig ter Royal Arch Masons, will elect ofmade affidavit that the girl was of COUNTT OP ADAIB JrSSI monton and is ready for bhe ties. at the State Fair for which he paid ficers for the ensuing year. It will be age. I. E. H. Hughes. Cashier. f the above Many people believe that a train will 375.00. He brought the pig home a very important meeting and means named bank, do solemnly swear that the above reach the capital of Metcalfe some hope every much to the Chapter. with him. In statement is true to the best of my knowledge The meeting which has been bime next year. Companion will make an effort to atprogress at the court for several add belief. E. H. Hughes. Cashier. Mr. J. A. English, of this place, tend. weeks, closed Saturday night. The Subscribed amLaworn to before me this 9th Pie supper ab the Graded School was appointed on the official force of day of Sept.. 1815. first speaker was relieved last WedneGymnasium last Friday nigh't. It was the State Fair, and had charge of the Maetults This week and next Eld. J. Q. Montsday night by a brother minister of Notary Public largely attended, afforded a great deal concrete silo department. gomery will deliver a series of sermons My Commission expires at ending of 1916 Leg' Cincinnati. of enjoy went, pies selling hiH. at the Chrisbian church. 'He is one of isiature. Mr. S. H. Mitchell j got his right Mr. and 'Mrs. O. C. Hamilton, who Uorehct Attest: of the denomthe strongest-preacherThe Louisville Conference of the M. hand badly skinned Friday morning ination in the' State, and1' bhe church. recently returned from Frankfort, are Braxton Massie. Director, E. Church. South, will convene at .wWlejnakipg hisjx from on auto-- . . J. F. Monttfofaery Director occupying Mrs. E. H. Harris' res-$& ...J.P.rdJMrter,' Hertford next Wednesdaytha.gStfc.- e. but-rejoice G-- lf n, f. REPORT Ho-gar- d, d, g, - -- m '- -' E '- 1 .- -- " r ' ' A. '. j. i:j.; -- tiii. ?- ;; 1,t, are-five- bwo-T&- jt' -- Legal-tend- er be-To- mr -- the-Jews- ." I s - THE ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS fir THE' END OF THE WORLD . of Jerusalem the Jews were gathered there out of every nation under heaven at one of their COMING OF CHRIST. annual feasts; and thus were gathered before him all the nathey mar not because God was unwilling to tions; and he separated them as Since the beginning of the Eu- to destruction, and were destroy never man spake, and ropean War some have expressed ed from among the people, "cast veled at the gracious words that forgive them, but because they a shepherd divides his sheep from the belief that it is the begin- into the lake of fire." The few proceeded out of his mouth. stubbornly refused his offers of the goats. To one class He said: ning of the great time of trouble accepted him, escaped out of the Life and immortality were mercy until the door of escape "Come, inherit the kingdom prespoken of in connection with the grate tribulation, and were brought to light; and the way was closed, and the word went pared for you. To the other He end of the world and the second caught up into the New Cov- into the holiest of all was made forth, "He that i3 unjust let him said: depart ye cursed into evercoming of Christ. enant, the New Jerusalem, manifest when the old taberna be unjust still; and he which is lasting fire." As it was in the In the 24th of Matthew, and which came down from heaven cle and the old order of things filthy, let him be filthy still." If days of Noah, so was it at this in some of the other gospels, Je- to receive them as the old city passed away. Here was the one had rose from the dead and time. The few were saved. The sus spoke to His disciples of the and temple and covenant passed ushering in of the "new heavens told them that Jesus was the Son many were destroyed. At this and the new earth, wherein of God, they would not have be- time, we understand, the paradestruction of Jerusalem and the away. temple and of the end of the According to Bible chronology dwelleth righteousness." Here lieved it; so they were left to pay bles of the tares and the net were world, and of His second coming Daniel prophesied of this time of in this new covenant we may be the uttermost farthing in that fulfilled. The parable of the and of the great time of trouble, the end about 600 years B. C, perfected forever, and made pil- hell of fire, against which the leaven will be fulfilled when all and of many other things that and was told to shut up the lars in the temple to go no more Savior had so often warned them. know Him from the least unto The darkening of the sun and the greatest; when the knowlede should take place about that words and seal the book; for the out. Again Daniel says: "When he moon and the falling of the stars of the Lord covers the earth as time. In this same chapter He vision belonged to many days to spokeiPof in connection with the waters cover the sea ; and said:' "Verily I say unto you, come. Christ prophesied of this shall have accomplished to scatthis generation shall not pass, same time about 633 years later ter the power of the holy people, the second coming, was a figure when the groaning creation shall till all these things be fulfilled." and said; "This generation shall all these things shall be fin- used in those days as an emblem have been delivered from the Now, that generation meant the not pass till all these things be ished." The power of the holy of revolutions and the overthrow bondage of corruption into the people then living. So if Christ fulfilled." John wrote Revela- people- we understand, is the of nations and cities. Referring glorious liberty of the children 13-we find similar was correct, and of course we tions about 35 years after gospel, and this prophesy of to Isaiah of God." believeHe was,then the destruc- Christ's prophesy and just before Daniel agrees with Christ's language used in foretlling the To some this may sound too tion of the temple, the end of the destruction of Jerusalem, words, that this gospel shall be downfall of the ancient city of good to be true, but there is nothe world, the great tribulation, and he was told to "Seal not the preached in all the world, and Babylon. The heavens are rep- thing too good for God to do. His second coming, and all the sayings of the prophesy of this then the end shall come. As we resented as being shaken and Neither is there anything too other things referred to in this book; for the time is at hand." have already stated, the gospel and the earth as being removed hard for him. And though the out of her place. connection, are in the past. Hear Josephus' testimony as was preached in all the world Concerning the "fearful sights marriage of the Lamb came over The end of the world, as we to what took place at thi3 last and to every creature under heavand great signs" which were to 1800 years ago, yet we may be understand, was the end of the destruction of the Jewish city en before the end of that world precede the destruction and sec- glad and rejoice that the marJewish age and covenant, in and temple. He says: "The en- or age. ond coming, we may learn some- riage supper i3 still spread. And which Christ and His apostles tire nation was now shut up by Following are other scriptures thing from Josephus. He says : whosoever will may come and lived and taught. fate, as in a prison, and the Ro- on the second coming and the "In the midst of the night an partake thereof without money In the year 70 A. D., which man army encompassed the city; end of the world. Christ said: unnatural light shown over the and without price. was before that generation of when it was crowded with in- "Ye shall not have gone over temple and the altar. Upon the This tract is for free distribuwhich Christ spoke passed away, habitants. Accordingly the mul- the cities of Israel till the Son of clouds at sunset were pictured tion. Please enclose postage at Jerusalem and the temple were titude of those that therein per- man become," and "There be chariots and men of war gathing rate of one cent per ten copies. destroyed by the Roman army, ished, exceeded all the de- some standing here which shall for battle. The priests ministerAddress T. B. Lyon, and more than a million of Jews structions that either men or not taste of death, till they see ing by night in the sactuary were perished in the siege and de- God ever brought upon the the Son of man coming in his R. I. Peoenix, Ariz.' terrified by mysterious sounds. struction, and the remainder, world. "Neither did any .other kingdom." Paul prayed that earth trembled, and a multi- Columbia Druggist Pleases Cus except the Christians, were car- cityever suffer such miseries, Thessalonians might be preserv- The tude of voices were heard crying, ried into captivity. This was nor did any age ever breed a ed blameless, spirit, soul and tomers. 'let us depart.hence. ' The great the end of that Jewish world, generation more fruitful in body, unto the coming of Christ Eastern gafe, which was so heavy the Jewish covenant and the wickedness than this was. It and added, "Faithful is he that The Paull Dreg Co-- , reports customit could hardly be shut by a score ers greatly pleased with Quick action Jewish nation as a distinct and appears to me that the misfort- calleth you, who also will do it." of men, and which was secured of simple buckthorn back, glycerine, separate nation. unes of all men, from the beginPaull thought the coming of by immense bars of iron fasten- etc., as mixed in This simSpeaking of this time of the ning of the world, if they be the Lord was near." James ed deep in the pavement of solid ple remedy drains the old foul matter end and the time of trouble con- compared to these of the Jews, said: The coming of the Lord stone, opened at midnight with- from the bowels so THOROUGH that nected with it, Daniel said: "At are not so considerable as they rdraweth nigh." Peter said: relieves almost out visible agency. For seven ONE SPOONFUL de- were." that time thy people shall be ANY CASE of constipation, sour or This testimony agrees "The end of all things is at years a man went up and down gassy stomach. It is so powerful that livered, every one that shall be with Christ and Daniel as to hand." John said: "Little chilthe streets of Jerusalem declar- it is used successfully in appendicitis. found written in the book." this being the greatest time of dren it is the last time: and as ing the woes that were to come Adler-i-k- a never gripes and the INFrom profane history we learn trouble that had ever been. ye have heard that antichrist Adv. upon the city. By day and by STANT action is surprising. that not one Christian perished This is what Christ referred to shall come, even now are there night he went up and down cryin that great destruction. When when he said: "These be the many antichrists, whereby we A Splendid Offer. ing : 'A voice from the East ; they saw Jerusalem compassed days of vengeance, that all things know that it is the last time." a voice from the West ; a voice with armies, they remembered which are written may be ful In revelations John was shown from the four winds; a voice Until further notice we will Christ's warning to flee to the filled." This was "The great "things which must shortly come against Jerusalem and the tern mountains. And when the great day of His wrath." Speaking to pass." It was said to him: furnish The Adair County News oh pie ; a voice against the bride year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir Shepherd, in His providenoe, so again of this time, Daniel said: "The time is at hand. groom and the bride ; and a voice er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, ordered the movements of the "Many shall run to and fro, and "When Jesus said: "My time against all the people. This year, Farm and Fireside, semiarmies as to make a way for knowledge shall be increased." ia at hand," and when Paul said:i strange being was impris- one Maga monthly, one year; their escape, they fled from the From the beginning of Christ's "the time for my departure Is at oned and scourged, but no com- zine, monthly, one year; and Household city to the mountains and not ministry to end the of that age hand," they did not mean the plaint ever escaped his lips. To Journal, monthly, one year, all for one perished; thus fulfilling Dan- was a great running to and fro time was off two thousand years all the insults and abuse he only $1.65. This is the best offer ever made iel's prophecy, that every one and a great increase of heavenly in the future. So I think when readanswered, woe to Jerusalem; by this office, and all who want written in the Book should be knowledge, the kind of knowl- Jehn said, "the time is at hand" ing matter should send their subscripwoe, woe to the inhabitants delivered. This, I understand, edge Daniel was speaking of. he did not intend us to undertions to this office at once. thereof; and his warning cry m i was a fulfilling also of other Christ's disciples hurried into all stand it was off at some remote ceased not until he was slain in prophesies, namely, "Whosoever the world in obedience to His period. I think he meant the CtofebiDg Offer. the destruction he had foretold." was not found written in the command, and preached the gos- Judge was standing before the Jesus said: "When ye see JeBook of Life was cast into the pel to every creature under heav- door, ready to judge the quick For a short time we make the folrusalem compassed with armies, lowing offer, one of the best we have-evlake of fire;" and "It shall come en before the end of that age. and the dead, and give every given to the readers of the News to pass that every soul which There has never been a time in man according to his works. He then know that the desolation nigh; and when these Here is the proposition: will not hear that prophet shall the history of the world when meant the marriage of the Lamb thereof is begin to come to pass, The Adair County News, be destroyed from among the the knowledge of God and divine had come, and his wife had made things up, and lift up your Cincinnati Weekly Esqulrer, people;" also, "Enter ye in at things increased so rapidly as it herself ready. She had come out then look "y your redemption draw-et- h The Housewife, the straight gate; for wide is the did in the end of that age, and of the great tribulation and had heads; for Reliable Poultry Journal, nigh." In Revelation He Farm Journal. gate, and broad is the way, that the beginning of this new age. washed her robes and made them said: "Behold, I come quickly papers for one, except leadeth to destruction, and many Those iriio sat in darkness and white; and was now called to the and my reward is.with me to give All the the last named and that will be seat the shadow offdeath saw great marriage supper of the Lamb. every man according as bis work for five years. be which go in thereat" there -, light; for the Light of the world She had a right to the tree of life shall be." $1.65 takes the- eatlre lot. The moat of the Jews rejected want tke subscribe at,Qoc. of the,, des&iietiea Chriat,. walked Jn.the broad,rW hadce. Mysteries hid .fro aad eatered in tkrough the gates At-tb- e AND THE SECOND the foundation of the world were into the city; while without were revealed. Things that men and dogs and sorcerers and all who angels had desired to look into rejected the Son of God. They were made plain. God was man- had said: "His blood be on us," ifest in the flesh. He ' spoke as and it was permitted to be so, - 10, Alder-1-k- a. To-day'- s er -- - If-y- o tue :- THE ADAIR .COUNTYfNEWS STOP-A- T r "i - THE- - hk ; AJT HOUSE .,- ..WHEN IN LOUISVILLE -- FJLiAJX None Equal to chamberlain's. "I have tried most all-o- the cough cures and find that there is none that equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has never failed to give me prompt relief," writeB W. Y. Harner, Mont-pelie-r, Ind. When you have a cold give this remedy a trial and see for yourself what a splendid medicine it is. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. f )0 41 Good Rooms for $1.00 per Day. Fine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices. Free Auto-Bu- s Nine of the county schools in Micholas county were closed yesterday on account of diptheria. That is what a lot of people tell us. Usually their bowels only need cleansing. the trick and make you feel fine. know this positively. Take one tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. will do "We Meets Trains Turkish and Electric Baths Write For Reservations. GENERAL VIEW KENTUCKY STATE FOREST NURSERY LOUISVILLE, STATE FAIR GROUNDS KY.-ADJACENT "I Don't Feel Good" This is the "Tfaornhill" Wagon the Wagon that Must Make Good non-breaka- vtt. rc,-,- te, Tr;-d- ' . '- - -, ,. -- - wzjg&--i$rY.8- The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out of line and 'of master workmen the aid of 'the most causing hard pulling. ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with employed to make the Thornhill wagon. long sleeve malleable The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and outGov. Johnson, of California, care. For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Each skein is has been threatened with vio- use the finest hickory machine driven fitted to its axle with a Defiance malence unless he pardons two I. to insure the rieht dish. The hubs are chineinfallibly accurate. This machine bf oak,f thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right pitch and tuck, makes' W- - W. men. light draft a certainty. ?vith double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. The axles are of toughest hickory They have an iron plate at top and bot- the steel axles of the best refined stecL Worth Their weight in Gold. The sides of "Thornhill" beds are "I Rave used Chamberlain's Tablets tom, riveted through and through multiplying their strength. made of poplar. It costs the makers and found them to be just as repreThe "Thornhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and givej sented, a quick relief for headaches, hound plate that is braced to the hounds better service. dizzy spells and other symptoms de- at all DLiintS. This 15 an rr!iic?To Come in and see this wagon sold ..,. .i noting a torpid iiver and a disordered wTk,-nV,:i-i' uuuuuii d'i'ic. t. prevents me under a binding guarantee. it condition of the digestive organs, They are worth their weight in gold," writes Miss Clara A. Driggs, Elba, N. Y. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. sid By WOODSON price:: LEWIS This nursery is 25 acres in extent and will include a small experimental forest. vested, rather than that an annual tax shall be imposed. Certain States have already gone a long ways in this diOne of the most important factors rection and Pennsylvania has recently in connection with the growing of passed three laws dealing with the trees for commercial purposes is the matter of forest taxation and the clasmatter of taxation, and this is a mat- sification of forest land which emter which so far as Kentucky is con- brace the best features of recent cerned, has had little attention. In thought on this subject. The essenthe first place, there is no classifica- tials of the recent Pennsylvania laws tion of land within the State for taxa- are as follows: tion purposes. It is a generally ac1. Classification of suitable land set cepted theory among experts in this aside by the owner for forest purposes QREENSBURQ, FOREST TAXATION At Flint, Mich., a train hit an auto bus killing three passengers and wounding four others. KENTUCKY. The Thornhill Wagon is not the lowest TTrmnrffTBiiMiinii mihmiibhh ' '(sxafML Dyspepsia Tablets Will Relieve Your Indigestion Paull Drug Co. EVERYTHING IN be land tained by the owner in forest growth (and tht is. tjiat there should be a tax placed on the land which shall be an annual tax, and another tax placed on the forest crop when it is harvested. In no other manner does it seem probable that reforestation of suitable areas throughout the State may be accomplished, since in the first place, on account of the character of the the owner of the land must !be assured before band just what his taxes on the land are to be, and in the eecond place the risks attendant upon the raising of a forest crop, because of 'the long period of years before it ireaches maturity, make it essential that the crop of forest products shall Its taxed at maturity when it is har matter at the present time that there as "auxiliary forest reserves. Is only one fair method of taxation 2. Agreement with the State to mainapplied to which may ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized Thirty country babies are enmaintain such land in forest growth penalties for failure to carry out tered in the Bettsr Babies conand agreement. 3. Assessment of land classified as test at the State Fair. auxiliary forest reserves at $1.00 per acre annual tax. FOR SALE. 4. Payment by owner of 10 per cent of the value of the forest products when harvested to the county to be On account of old age and desiring distributed among the proper county to retire from the Milling Trade, we funds. Class water power 5. Fixed charge on auxiliary forest! offer our First per acre for Roller Flour Mill all complete and in reserve land of two cents schools and two cents per acre for good ring order with good, substantial custom trade. For particulars roads. obviKerns & Reece, Under these provisions it is address, ous that the growing of timber on suitablJamestown, Ky. e-areas would be reduced to a practical business basis. Two American soldiers were killed in a battle with Mexicans near Brownsville, and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. incorporated 112-11- CO- - 6 Eaat MaMtet MreeT', Gel ween firs! and Brook A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only ph$5 Enquirer is To the Public. feel that I owe the manufactur"I If You ers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera are troubled with heartburn; gases and a distressed feeling after eating take a and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. "Witherall, Gowanda, !N. Y. ''When I began takbefore and after each meal andyou will ing this medicine I was in great pain obtain prompt relief. Sold only.by us,25o and feeling terribly sick, due to an atPaull Drug Co. After tack of summer complaint. The Knights of Columbus, of taking a dose of it had nob long to wait for relief as it benefited me al- Kentucky are holding their anmost immediately." For sale by nual convention in Louisville. Paull Drug Co. Adv. Louisville, Ky. Birdseve view 'of our Plant Subscription may De new or renewal What the Weekly It is Issued every Thursday, subscription price J1.00 per rear, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnine the wcrld'fl events, and for that reason can Eine you all the leading news. It carries a carries a srcat omonnt of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make St a necessity 'to every ome, farm or business roan. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'nz for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders tr The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Biliousness and Constipation. Miss Mary Wathen, of Bards- It is certainly surprising that any town, died suddenly from heart woman will endure the miserable trouble. PERUNA A STANDARD FAMILY REMEDY AND STOMACH REMEDY. Peruna aids the appetite and gives new: life to digestion. has been use'd as A TONIC For over ' forty "years it t feelings caused by bilousness and constipations, when relief is so easily had and at so little expense. Mrs. Ohas. Peck, Gates, X. T., writes: "About a year ago I used two bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and they cured me of biliousness and constipationv" For Adv. sale bylPaull Drug Co. "Largest m Dixie" W; J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Ella Bush, a trained nurse suicide by taking carbolcorri-mitd- ed Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, ic acid. For Sale. "- - People Ask Us . On the 27th of thismonth I will sell to the highest bidder, at my home, the Squire W. O. Loy place, 3 head of When in Columbia leave your horse horses, one cow, farming implements, and buggy at W. fl. Wllsan's. They household and kitchen furniture. 46-44-- tf Athan Fletcher. will be well cared for 2t What is the best laxative? experience in selling all kinds leadara to always recommend as the safest, surest and most satisfac- Yews of Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our catalog WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, I tory. SoldoBlybyu,10cita. Paull Drvfl Co. Read Our Liberal Paper Offers i ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ADAIR II THE COUNTY HEWS WAR SITUATION. London, Sept. 16 (12:40 p. m.) that the Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News it Coincident with Earl Kitchener's optimistic remarks in the (INCORPORATED.) House of Lords concerning the CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. position of the Russian armies, they are showing an increasing Benefited by Tanlac. Or, are you, by neglect, condemning her W" Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest "oil i"li4iol nyionnavQ disposition to reassume the tiflofir a life of suffering invalidism? of the City of Colombia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. offensive at many .points on the who number more than 100,000. Argue as you will, plead as you will, YOU r, Louisville, Ky., Sept., 21 "Words CANNOT DODGE THE RESPONSIEastern front They are not on-l- y Two Austrian torpedo boat faifme in attempting to describe my BILITY your daughter will be just what as second Entered at the Columbia pressing their attacks against are reported in dis- - gratitude for the" benefits I have de- you make her. class mail matter. is the happy combinathe Austrians in .Galicia, but for patches from Italy to have been rived from the use of Tanlac," said tion of harmless but wonderfully effective SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PERVEAR' Butler, prominent young natural remedies that give to the budding the, most part are .holding up the sunk by an Italian submarine in Miss Clara Borden, a woman of Ind., who is visit- girl that assistance so necessary t pass her successfully from girlhood to womanhood. ing friends in Louisville. the Adriatic. WED. SEPT. 22. 1915 German rush in mid Poland. enjoyed the very best Are you availing yourself of its remarkable "I have not The Russians also assert they There have been additional give your daughter the assistof health for several months," Miss virtues toneeds so much? ance she have thrown tack the invaders spirited artillery exchangesalong Butlar continued. "I was all run are you allowing prejudice or reluctance Democratic Ticket. down and so nervous that the least Or try a remedy you have never tried benear Svientsyany,. where the the front" in France, the activity to remade me almost frantic. her right German cavalry cut the Petro- - having been particularly notable excitement also was very poor, and fore, rob your daughter ofgive her? to ceive every help you can My digestion Governor For grad railroad between Dvinsk in the region of Arras, around very often found myself unable to par- If it is " prejudice, dismiss it as utterly A. 0. STANLEY; take of the very lightest liquid foods. unworthy of you. For Lieutenant Govepnor and Vilna. The Germans' bat- Roye and in the vicinity of tried "I am glad that I decided to take If it is because YOU have neveruntold JAMES D. BLACK. remember that tery still holds out at the bridgedown the line, Tanlac. The medicine certainly is Further thousands of women today bless the hand For Secretary of State head near Dvinsk, although the also, the big guns have been act- very fine' I have been benefited in that pointed them to health through the BARKSDALE HAMLETT. every way and always shall think use of this greatest of remedies for women. Russions apparently are holding ive, the firing extending into the well of Tanlac." For Attorney General It is GUARANTEED TO BENEFIT If M. M. LOGAN. money opponents in check in this Vosg'es Mountain regian. premier preparation, is it don't you get yourlose. back. AU to Tanlac, the their gain and nothing to For Auditor sold in Columbia at Page & Taylor's region. Do YOUR duty. TRY STELLA-VITAE. L. GREENE. Adv. You don't need to .buy a second bottle if drugstore. Gradyville. Counting their captures in For Treasurer the first bottle fails to benefit. guarantee this creaf SHERMAN GOODPASTER. the Russians lately have Mr. Pace and his daughter, of Your dealer sells and See him TODAY. Dont remedy in 91XO bottle. We are needing rain, For Clerk of Appellate Court been taking more prisoners than Owen county, father and sister delay the start to good health. RODMAN W. KEENON. Thacher Medicine Company Pulling "fodder is the topic of of Mrs. L. C. Nell, they have-beelosing. In Engare visiting Chattanooga ' Tenneseei For,Supt. Public instruction "u the '- land hopes are rising that Earl 'V. O. GILBERT. them at this, place. For Sale By Page& Taylori. Mrs. Sallie Shirrell returned Agriculture- - For Com of Kitchener did notmake .an. inr Mrs. Curt Yarberry, of Cane JMATTS. COHEN.; cautious prediction when he de- from a visit at Rbmine the first Yalley, spent a few days of last able to come home In about two For Railroad. Commissioner weeks. clared Germany had shot her of the week. . -- SID T. DOUTHITT. week with her father and mother, t Charles Paxton was1 appointed bolt, his statement was Joel Rodger's spent a few days Silas Cain and wife. For State Senate ' B TRIGG R. based on facts. in Louisville, the, first of the Ed Whitlock made a trip to Post Master at this place last Fofllepresentative week. He passed high in his It is said here that Von week, attending-'thfair. RAY MONTGOMERY. Louisville last week, to be on the drive is losing its vig Ernest Harris, - of Columbia, tobacco market a day or so and civil service examination and no ForCircuit Clerk doubt he will make us a good FA, STRANGE. or, wnne von MacKensen i& was in our midst the first of the also to attend the State Fair. man. striving to overcome the difficul- week. Grover Simmons, who has been T. I. Smith, Jr., who has been Since the bond campaign is ties of the marsh country and Charlie Gowen and Gilliam the gue3to f S. Simmons for the confined to his room with a bronow over and in the past, and the Austrians appear to be unour people are in a frame of able to regain the upper hand in Breeding were at Greensburg a past month or so, m company ken leg, the fruits of a ball day or so of last week. with G. T. Flowers, left for game at Ozark about a month mind to listen to reason, we wish Galicia. Louisville the first of the week, ago, is out on crutches. to set our little town, Columbia, The Balkan situation has not Our farmers are preparing in the proper light upon the reached a settlement. The Brit- their ground for a large crop of where they will attend the fair The farmers of our community bond proposition, especially those ish press views Bulgaria's atti- wheat this season. From the J. A. Parson and family are are certainly in the swim. All who favored the proposition. tude with some anxiety. present indication there will be visiting friends and relatives at of the tobacco is housed, about The road law does not permit any "Bulgarian aims," says, the a large crop sown in this section. Columbia and Cane Valley this done cutting corn and all prepart of the State or county road Manchester Guardian, "form the week. paring for sowing a big wheat Frank Dohoney and son, of expended inside the subject of increasingly anxious fund to be .One of the greatest revivals crop. The best crops of hay that Milltown, paid, here "last Tuescorporate limits of the town. thought by the Entente Pow- day, for cattle, $850. J. F. Pen- we have had in our town for a was ever raised. The fall pasThe whole county Jists for tax- ers. dleton, of Greensburg, paid for numbers of years closed last Fri- tures are good and our cattle are ation this year $2,807,000, and of Several million of dollars worth cattle, here last Thursday, ,200. day night. The meeting was all fat. this sum the town of Columbia of American goods, mostly meat by our pastor, Rev. The election passed of quietly Our cattle that were for sale scat- conducted lists $530,000 which is more than products carried by four steam:we tered oyer two thousand dollars Christie and assisted by Rev. and from now on politically h of whole levy, thus ships, have been declared forfeitNapier, of Hiseville, who is a will stand as one. in this community last week. h making the town pay very able preacher and a great ed to the Crown by a British For Sale. Mr. and Mrs. Strong Fill left f, pays of the tax. The State revivalist. There were fourteen prize court. The court held that for Louisville the first of the (over the products were destined the town for week. Mrs. Hill, while gone, professions and eight additions Desirable home, near Fair grounds, h in fact) which leavps the German Government and not to the church here. The com- consisting of two acre lot, good dwellwater and fruit ing, will buy her fall stock of milli- munity d the rest of the. county to pay at large was greatly re- also 32 acres of land. for the consunption in Denmark, nery goods and Mr. Hill his mill vived, as well as the church, by and the county get all the vvhither the vessells detained Sallie Newby or Henry Mullinix, supplies. Columbia, Ky. 45etf. roads. Those living in town who were bound. this revival. favored the bond issue were willR. O. Keltner and W. L. Grady Births. German newspapers have pubing to be taxed for the general lished by official permission dis- exchanged houses and lots one Cane Valley. good. No other motive can be patches intimating To the wife of S. T. Hughes, Sunthat Ruma- day last week, Mr. Grady paying day, the 12th, inst., a daughter. assigned. It would be stupid in nia's participation in Mrs. Sallie M. Shepherd, who To the wife of Pink Dunber, the war Mr. Keltner $500 difference. the us to enumerate the motives of may be momentarily expected, The property of Mr. Keltner and has been visiting here for the 12th, a daughter. those citizens living in town op according to advices through Co- Mr. Grady are both very desir- past two months, returned to her To the wife of Loren Chapman, on the 13th, a son. posing the bond issue. able homes. Mr. Grady's house borne in Oklahoma penhagen. For Sale. Wm. J. Conover, who has been Following Rumania's persist- is practicably new. While Mr. It is time for the Democratic ent refusal to allow war supplies Keltner's is not so new, but has seriously ill for the past month, On the 27th of this month I will papers of the State to let up on Turkey to pass through her been well preserved and cared is slowly improving. sell to the highest bidder, at my home, the action of the State conven- for Squire W. C. Loy place, 3" head of troops for and is just as good as new. J. W. Sublett and T. A. Fur-ki- n the one cow, farming implements, tion ousting certain men from territory, Austro-Germahorses, political positions. The work have recently been massed on the This deal brings Mr. Grady in attended the State Fair last household and kitchen furniture. Athan Fletcher. has been done and those who Rumanian frpntier, while Ru- close touch with his farm was week in Louisville. disapprove of it, are injuring mania has effected the mobiliza- the reason the deal was consu-mateGame Warden, T, I. Smith, One day last week Mrs. J. G. Weath-erfor- d the party by continually bring- tion of large bodies of Mr. Keltner has rented broke an egg and discovered her troops. took one premium on burley toing it before the people. Let the fact that it contained a perfect the property that he received bacco at the State Fair last week. egg inside of it. The egg broken conbe bygones and go to According to unofficial dispatches from Petrograd, the Rus- from Mr. Grady to Joel Rodgers, Mr. Smith saved about two gal- tained a yellow as well as white but work for the ticket. sian Duma is to be prorogued who will in the near future, move lons of seed for distribution the inside egg was small but had a perfect shell. This is out of the orA message from London says immediately until the middle of his family from Roachvill to among his farmer friends. dinary but is a fact just the same. that the Prize Court of Great November, an imperial decree to our city. Mr, Keltner at an earMr, Penick Smith writes us Mr. Lewis J. Wilkinson, who Britian condemned American lives this effect, having been issued. ly date will remove to Columbia, products on four Norwegian from Florida that his sister, Mrs. in the Glenville country, this county, he will probably locate ships. The goods are valued at Measures to forestall popular where Agnes Stearns is improving a and Mrs. Ottie Bell, of F.dmootoo) were recently married, and are now demonstrations are said to have permanently and be accessable several million dollars and delittle. at the groom's home. clared forfeited to the British been taken1 in Petrograd and to the best schools of the State, Mr. Willie. Smith, who is in a Alii box as he has a daughter that he Crown because believed intend- Moscow.. stalls at W; H. Wilson's is'reported through Athens hospital in Louisville, will be feed and livery stable. ' It Germany. ed for wants to put in college at once. Company . de-stroyers Post-offic- agree WORDS FAIL ment will be formally ratified by Is Your Daughter imperial decree in ConstantinoME" SAYS in Good Health? and ple on Sept., 26, and that the The responsibility for the perfect wife new frontier will be traced by mother of TOMORROW Test with the YOUNG LADY mother of TODAY. German officers. How are YOU rearing your daaghter? Press advices from Petrograd Are you fitting her for the respontHlMe that are sure to come to her? received in Italy, state that EmIndiana Girl Tells Row Mie Was Are you endowing her with a sound body, peror Nicholas has granted am- robust health and a clear, forceful mtod? Turco-Bulgarian MOTHERS DUTY! e STELLA-VITA- E Las-sign- y. STELLA-VITA- E, ! E. Ga-lici- a, " da: 1 but-tha- Hin-denbur- g's e . . -- 1 one-sixt- one-sixt- one-hal- one-sixt- h, one-sixt- one-thir- last-Monday- . n 46-- 2t d. by-gon- es -- " 44-t- f. THE-ADAI- GOUNTONEWS of Single sDosnfuL Sur prises Many. 'Personals; ,m State Fair Friday. Mr. Denton Hughes, Olga, paid this place a visit Friday. Mr. Coy "E. Dudgeon was here from Lebanon the latter part of last week. Mr. Ernest Flowers went to the j Mr. Albin Murray is in Louisville this week purchasing his fall stock. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lloyd, Jamestown, Messrs. S. A. Antle and W. H. Irvin, and Miss Geneva .Stevens, Springs, were here Friday, returning to their homes, from the ll State Fair. , rela,--' ' -' Springfield. 'tlves in Mr. J. B. Watson of Campbellsville, visited Columbia last Thursday. Mr. W. A,; fRussell, of 'Campbellsville, was at the Hancock Hotel Thursday. Miss Mary Grissom left for Tenn. where she is engaged teaching music, last Thursday morning. Rev. R. E. Stevenson and wife, of Oklahoma, who visited relatives in left Adair county two or three-weekon their homeward journey last Thurs-- ' day. Dr E. A. Dunbar, Jamestown, was here. Saturday, enroute home, from, ;fMiss May Harvey is t visiting '- '" Action -- 44444440 44004444a I s, Columbia people who bought the sjmple mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc,, known as Adler-i-kare surprised at the INSTANT effect of a SINGLE SPOONFDL. This remedy is so complete a bowel cleanser that it is used successfully in appendicitis. Adler-i-k- a acts on BOTH upper and lower bowels and ONE SPOON-Fu- l relieves almost ANY CASE of constipation, sour or gassy stomach. ONE MINUTE after you take it the gasses rumble and pass out-- Faull ' Drug Co. Adv. a, -- Uvapid I INCORPORATED ransi Go. 'about the ;or 4 4 Announces the arrival of their new truck, on or I st of October. ;,rr This' company is now in position to deliver everything at ' t. J: t jt 'r., .. Mr. W; L. McDonald, Dr. J. A Sloan, wife andHWo sons, of Albany, j j .Married in Florida.?, E. McCandless.was in atTfi - r;: . ... were neXJfrf&ayiVn route home from tendance at the big Fair, y; Mr Leslie Chapman, a young man Mrs C. G. Jeffries returned a few Louisville. who formerly lived in Columbia, 'and days ago from a week's visit at Knif-leMr. C C. Bates and wife, and Miss who was a salesman in Russell & Mr. W. : 1 the Fair. . . c any time with absqlute' certainty; ; a-s- Largeontractfof'firnis'sriouro! not contract forrm6re than be maevearlyfor 5can we will reasonably be done. . . y. FHONE INTO. lOO. V Bessie Dunbar, Ja'mestown, visited Co 's., store, was married in, Braden-towMr. Bassett Hurt ami family reLouisville last week; Fla., recently to Miss Gladys turned from the Fair Saturday. Johnson, a popular lady of that city. Judge T. A. Murrell, of Lebanon, Mr. J. A. Euglish was in Louisville was here several days of last week. For Sale. Mr. J. R. Tutt, Jr., of Milltown, ! last week. Conover, Flora Misses Virginia dusky Bros. In addition to the lumtook in the big Fair. Rally Day. A small, but valuable Green River Hutchison, Nona Conover, Mrs. W. ber the truck had 16 large coops of Mrs. John N. Conover went down R Dohoney, and Mrs. HudsonfConover farm for sale, one mile West of bridge chickens and 16 cases of eggs onboard. !"' to the State Fair. at Edith, Adair county, Ky., and is The following is the program for The trip required 4$ hours and 2L galspent last week in Louisville? Messrs. S. D. and'J. B. Barbee were Messrs. B. L Simpson and Walter known as a part of Campbell farm. Rally Day to be held at the Christian lons gasoline. among the Adair county delegation Collins, of Burkesville, were here at Contains about one hundred acres, Church, Sept. 26. who attended the State Fair. about 50 acres in fine poplar, white .oak, Joint session of Bible School and Dud Lawless beginning of court. of the town Mr. J. E Riall was in Louisville the and other good varieties-otimber and church. Every officer, teacher and lots advertisedsold.three News some Miss Julia Eubank, who spent three in The last week. a very valuable piece of land after the pupil are urged to be present. Every weeks ago to a Mr. Lawrence Hadley millinery markets, reachMr. Wm. Hammonds, of Fairplay, weeks in the ll timber has been removed. Balance church member requested to be . in New York. ed home Sunday afternoon. was at the big show. being very rich Green river bottom call. Mr. D. C. Hopper, a prominent lum- land. An opportunity you will not Mr; G. W.- - Dillon, 'Breeding, was Program. School Rally at Antioch. " ber dealer, of Font Hill, was here the get hold often to buy such land as ' here Friday. .' 9:45 Session called to order by Suof the week. first For information yoa may callri on, or perintendent, Horace Jeffries.-Mrv J. F". King, Creelsboro,, was .in Joe Green Knifley, a good friend write Mr. J. I. Hendrickson, Columbia the latter part of last .week. Song Spelling contest. Bertha PatEdith, Ky., was here" the 'first of to The News, Prayer Hon. M." O. Scottj Edmonton,' "was .. terson. District No 36. , 44 tL ... i R.R,. Moss,; ,.. week. ;. Responsive scripture reading- " in Columbia a fe,w days .ago on legal the ' ,Co.lumbiahKy Declamatory contest. Gillum Mrs Clarence Arnett, of Louisville, . Exercises by, primary .and junior uumubss. or correspond' with me' direct. ' relatives' in Columbia and class., Campbell. District No 30. ' .is visiting Mr. B. J. Kimbler, Russell Springs; John M. Campbell 1 " ,y .. in the county. Short lecture by a representative of washereafewdays-agORecitation for girls t Terra . 910 Main St., Little. Ropk, Ark. each of, the adult Bible classes upon Mr. G. M. Givens, of Hustqnville, Hays. District No 30. Mr. A. E. Watt, .Bowljng .Green, the motto of the respective classes, daughter, Mrs. Wm. Powell, was at the Hancock Hotel Thursday. and his Ed Stotts got the end of his index-ringe- giving the purpose and aim to be attBest Essay Duel Gabbert, of Bradfordsville, are visiting the Mr. Joe Prescott, Campbellsville, families of A. Hunn and J. B. Coffey. on his, right hand cut ' off last ained'. District No 27. was here, a day or two. of last week. Thursday morning. He was cleaning ' Special Song Mr- - J. W. Short and wife, CumberBest Reader of First Grade-11-PeaMr. W. H. Stanton, Roy, this coun- land county, are visiting the family of the pipe to a silo, at the home of Mr. Roll call of church members to be W. T. Dohoney, when the accident oc- responded to by scricpture quotation. Keltner District No 26. ty, was in Louisville last week. Mr. E F. Mullinix. curred. It will be several weeks beby pastor, Z. T. Williams. Short talk Best Apple Pie Martha Comp-to- n Mrs. C. F. Mantz. Campbellsville, Mrs. B F. Chewning, who has been fore Mr. Staples will be able to use Song visited the family of Mr. R. E Tandy quite sick is better. District No 26. his hand Communion service. last week. W. R. Todd, of Stanford, is visMr. Best Light Bread Vada Hays Doxology. Mr. A. S. Chewning put in a day or iting his home people. Benediction. District No 30. Closing Out Sale. x two at the State Fair. . Russell Mr. J. C. Poppelwell, Best 5 dozen Biscuits Essie When traveling out of Columbia, Miss Lillie Judd, who teaches at Springs, and Mr. Horace Smith, Font Alexandria, Ky , left for that point Hill, were here Friday, en route to I am closing out my stock of goods. get W. H. Wilson's prices before you Janes District No 33. last Friday. Dress goods, trimmings of all kinds, hire a rig. Best dozen muffins Essie their homes, from Louisville. Rev. S. P. Stapp, who is in the Mr. John McFarland and Mr. Lu- shoes, mens hats, clothing, carpets, at Janes District No 33. We learn from expressions here theological Seminary, Louisville, ' was ther McFarland, Rowena, were in Cogreatly reduced, prices. Call and get Monday Best J dozen ears of corn at home last week. that there is a decided feellumbia Fridav, returning from Louis- my prices before you buy. Mr. Sam Lewis visited his daugh- ville. ing at Creelsboro and along the line James Dohoney, District No 35;, 46-- tf Mrs. W. L. Walker. ters in Ellzabethtown last' week, and to Columbia, in favor of organizing a Porter Wheeler, second District Dr. H. B. Simpson was here the also made a business trip to Louisstock company to build a toll pike be No 33. first of the week. 1 ville. Mr. R. G. Railey, for Cir tween the two. points. It is realized Judge N H. Moss, W. L. Grady C. cuit Judge in this .candidate Judicial that the pike would mean very much .Best dozen Irish potatoes Mrs. Lena Paul, who is in St. Joseph the 29th Infirmary, continues tdimprove'and H. Yates, and W. M. Wilmore, Grady-- , district, spoke at six: different--, places to the two places and to the inter- Beckham Cole, District; No .26 ' will likely be "at .home in aTery.shor ville, were here the first day of court. in.Adaircountylast week. He is a mediate county, and that the loss of Best Glass Apple jefly Zo'ra J. T. Mercer, J. R Tutt, Jr., J. W. citizen of Monroe county, and four it and the bridge over Cumberland Willis, time. r'. ' District No 35. Rev. J. S. Chandler attended the Townsend, G. A. Cheatham, friends from that locality canvassed river would be almost irreparable. It J. F. Cabell, Miami; Clay Sul- with him. Neatest patch on CalicoEtta funeral of Dr. Gross Alexander which is a matter which should receive im' Wednes- livan and C. C. Bates, Jamestown; took place at Louisville last mediate attention, for, if the bridge Akin, District No 33. were seen upon the square Monday. day. should be located at some places othDesirable Property for Sale. Best made Gingham apron : Mr. W. A. Breeding, who left er than Creelsboro, which is now Mr. Forest Bradshaw, Burnside, probable, it would mean the side- Inis Wilson, District No 26. this county twenty-thre- e was here the first of the week. My residence, on Burkesville street, tracking of Creelsboro and of Adair years ago for Memphis, Texas, is here Messrs W. E. Morgan and John D. Best Ladie's Crochet collar1 on a visit. Sharp were here at the opening of in the town of Columbia, is for sale. county so far as a through highway is Willie Moran, District No 35. Dr. I. B. Simpson and Mr. S. M. court. The purchaser will be given a bar- concerned. If the people are in eargain. It is comparatively new, two nest about this enterprise it behooves Young, Burkesville, were at the HanATHLETICS. Mrs. W. R Walker and her little stories, and contains six rooms and them to get busy. cock Hotel Wednesday night, en Teachers Race Suel Vaughan. son Ruel, who visited at the home of basement, and two route for the State Fair. halls. Splendid Mrs. Walker's father, Judge H. C. BaPole Vault Hogard Campbell, Mr. Farris Snow and sister, Miss water at the door. FOR SALE. on their return to Cleburn, District No 30. L. M. Young, Columbia, Ky. Willie Snow, and.Mr. Guy Snow and ker, left Texaa, Wednesday morning. . Mr. Q. Snow, Mr. Jas. Smith, of Sack Race Hogard Campbell, On account of old age and desiring Mr. W. H. Ellis a native of Adair, Burkesville, passed through here, en who left the county forty-fiv- e jears It is reported here that Miss Ger- to retire from the Milling Trade, we District No 30. route for Burkesville. years offer our First Class water power One Hundred Yard race, any R. C Borders, Campbellsville; A. ago, locating in Colorado, is here on a trude Anderson, twenty-fou- r old, who was shot in Clinton county Roller Flour Mill all complete and in age, Rollin Keltner, District No If. Freeman, Nashville, Teun.; Guy visit. He was accompanied by his Mr. by Mrs. Bowles, died a few hours after good ring order with good, substanSnow, daughter, Mrs. Jesse Chambers. Snow, Farris Burkesville; 26. Burkesville, W. B. Whitten, Chicago, Ellis is a brother of Mr. Marcus Ellis the shooting. She was shot seven tial custom trade. For particulars One Hundred yard race, 14 Kerns & Reece, 111., were at the Staples House a few Miss Lula Dersche, of Cincinnati, times. Domestic trouble was the address, cause of the fatal affair It is said Jamestown, Ky. and under, Otis Page, District who is the trimmer for Stults & Co., days ago. that Mrs Bowles' twelve year old son No 27. Mr. John Young, of Bowling Green, arrived in due time and is now busy brother of Mrs. A. G. Todd and an in the parlors of the above named firm. was with the mother when the fatal Gov. McCreary has appointed one Standing Broad Jump Otis shots were fired. hundred delegates to represent Kenuncle of R. K. and L. M. Young, visMr. and Mrs. Finis Rosenbaum tucky at the Southern Commercial England, District No 30. ited in Columbia last week. were at Marrowbone a few days ago, To the Traveling Public. Congress which will convene at Running Broad Jump Otis Mr. C. A. Hammonds, of Russell to see Mrs. Eli Strange, who has been Charleston, South Carolina, Decem- England, District No 30. Springs, Mr. L. E. Hammonds and very sick, but who is better at present. ber 13. Mr. W. R. Myers and Mr. H Miss L D Hammonds were here MonMr. Jo Russell and family left for One-hai- f The HancocK Hotel, Columbia, Ky., B. Garnett are the delegates from mile race for boys day, the two latter en route for Bow- their new home, Lebanon, last Friday. under the management of R. E'. TanToll Page, District No. 30. Adair county. ling Green. The good qualities of this excellent dy, is doing a fine business, and the Potato race Clarence Wheeler Mr. Oliver Marcum, who is a broth- family were mentioned by The News trade is increasing daily. The table Read the statement of the condition two weeks ago. er of the late M. H. Marcum, visited is furnished with the best the market of the First National Bank, published District No 33. Mrs. M. E. Marcum last week. He affords, and the rooms are first-clasMr. J. L Harris, wife and daughter, in this issue of the News. Viley Wheelbarrow Race was on his return from his native Miss Elizabeth, of Jonesville, Ya.; are Strict attention paid guests. Reece, 1st, District 31; Carrie county, Russell, to his home in Stan-berr- visiting the former's brother, Mr. C. 46-When in Columbia leave your horse Keltner, 2nd, District 26. Mo. En route home he took S. Harris, and his family. The visitand buggy at W. H. Wilsan's. They in the State Fair. There is a curiosity in the way of an will be well cared for Running High Jump Gil44-ors are on their return from San FranC. Collins, Mr. Geo, H. Nell, cisco, Los Angeles, and several points egg at'the home of Mr. Luther Wil Mr. O. liam Akin, District 27; Dr. Jas Triplett, Miss Mary Trlplett, in Missouri, to their home in the old liams, Montpelier, this county. It Probably the finest and largest sinRelay Runners Olie Roe, Gilmeasures 9J by 7 inches and contains gle load of poplar lumber ever taken Mr. W. H.Wilson and wife, Miss Alva Dominion. liam Akin, Rollin Keltner, , Otis both yellow and white, with normal from Columbia to Campbellsville, was Knight, Jamestown, Mrs. J. A. Hiil, size inside egg, containing yellow and delivered last Thursday by the Rapid England. and Mrs. Strong Hill, R. K. Mr. white. The shells on both eggs are Transit Co., truckj which took 4,000 Young and wife, Mrs. Marvin Young, Highest number of points hard. feet weighing 12,000 pounds. The Mr. R. F. Rowe and wife, Mrs. "Magby any district Bird Dis averaged 18 inches, in width, gie Ruberts, Miss Sallie Murphey, There will be an all day singing at Sam Burdette ' bought here, last boards all good. The load was 8 feet wide trictNo30, 1st? High Step DisMr. W. H. Flowers and J. W. Brown Sulphur Spring the first Sunday in Saturday, three mules at an average and 6 feet tall. The lumber was de- trict, No 26, 2nd;:Firkin District ing, who were not reported Jut week, October. Dinner on the ground. of 8140 per head. livered to Parrott& Gowdy trom San- - No 27, 3rd. attended the State Fair. Prof. Stapp irflliwW".' n, 4Q"Q0 444444"04 f pres-eptatro- . I ! J . ....; ! - . i 'rt a-r- . rl y 44-t- f. i Mill-tow- n; " r "' Har-rodsfor- k, I 46-tf- s. y, 2t tf Additional Locals. re-ceiv- ed -- THEJADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3I , A Forest Industry Rheumatism and Allied Pains They Must Gov The congestion of the blood in its flow causes pain. Sloan's Liniment penetrates to the congestion and starts the blood to flow freely- - The Body's warmth is renewed; the pain is gone. The "maD or woman who has rheumatism, neuralgia or other pain and fails to keep Sloan's Liniment in their home is like a drowning man refusing a rope." Why suffer. Get a bottle of Sloan's. 25c and 50c. $1.00 bottle hold six times as much as 25c Paull Drug Co. Adv. size. -- . .fc. Visitors to Louisville Looking For Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums! Are never disappointed when they visit our store. No bigger stock, no better Knifley. MissElva Murrell spent last Saturday and Sunday at her home near Joppa. She was accompanied home by Misses Annie Bowen and Edith Chelf. Mr. John Nation and family of Springfield, III., is visiting friends, and relatives in this values anywhere "Most for your Money" is our Motto. We compete successfully with catalouge offers and in many iustances give better values. Write to us if you are not able to visit Louisville i i,jVj' ''' jMSq EBfTiKslg.gJiKJBBBBBfc Biggest Carpet and Rug Store Hubbuch Bros. & mbibmbbbW?"?'' 1 Wellendorff, Street ?3Jiej??ty'vfrfeC:'M Iff EfffKvy'.A'BB8i5"iK!iBffiTOJw 1&bLbbEi JBBfe3BfcFBHtKf- WtffflBteSMJSfSEyla V?HbbbbVbbbbbbbbbb1 INCORPORATED 522 & 524 W. Market ?'a2',vJ iV3T.5rw v 0y vjIb Vtj.ji- VmBpl j? ffWjIiWrBr'l fi jJBESJBfiaBBBBBBg IcJmQMIb1bbbbbbbbbb SCxHCSbSqbbbbbbbbH neighborhood. Several from this place attended the camp meeting at Mt. Zion last Sunday. Mr. Thomas McDermott and family left last Tuesday for a 3 "Efficiency" has made our growth possible. ThtJSiBKKyt JMP5BMBBwSQB8j3WaBBKS. feAHy . . ,M XL "Vj??BBBBBPjBwrfoMJWWlKBg3Mfc ,v rrJHwaHMffiH8B0ifiBBBBBKi3sKcu8SMH ?i7JT"4t "j iC 231ttP S&Jj8bbbbbbk3'i'tw3bV.wX jt Ai.yjBF4WM!l'.jfcJ'v J i. u tMBEiBBBKl.r iJll-Ut.JHHCiy vS&bbbbHiv' ' aafc.jryf'SaJwT1'&.. vs?yV. AC 35flBMtgfr.lfr'Qry.rfvf f VvtT8RJbV dLwrT-iLZi3SJt-l TtLT VT" . fj . 'f vi Cl Sj9S idd and pulp wood are split and skidded at $1.75 per co 9 weeks visit in Illinois. have 3 sons in that State. Plumpoint, conducted by and Waggener, of They The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Ago has Its attractions no less than youth in a more serene and quieter life. Eut it is this very life of rest without sufficient exercise that brings with it those disorders that arise from inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled in this way, with accompanying- symptoms of belching, drowsiness after eating, headaches and general lassitude. Frequently there is difficulty of digesting even light food. Much mental trouble ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable remedy. First of all the advice may be given that elderly people should not use salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters or any of the more violent purgatives. What they need, women as well as men. Is a mild laxative tonic, one that is pleasant to take and yet acts without griping. The remedy that fills all these requirements, and has in addition toxic A meeting is in progress at Forest Protection In Kentucky 1 Cap-shaCamp-bellsvill- e. Much Progress Made In This Work In Last Few Years has been a strong argument for the formation of like organizations In oth- A meeting will begin at the Christian church at Knifley, Sept., 2nd, conducted by ALTHOUGH a bill was passed by the General Assembly In March, 1912, and approved by the governor providing for a state board of forestry and the appointment of a state forester, It was not until the 1st of September, 1912, that the work was actually put on foot, since at this time a state forester was appointed and took up the duties of his office. It was very clear In the beginning of the work that forest protection was the feature which should receive the greatest emphasis, especially protection from forest fires, which have been and are the greatest agency for the destruction of the timber In the entire state; consequently a fire plan was outlined by the state board of forestry and has since been followed out The fire plan was made more feasible by the possible with the federal government under the Weeks law, whereby $4,000 was made available to the state for "the protection of watersheds at the heads of navigable streams" contingent upon the expenditure of a like sum by the state. The manner in which this fire protection could be secured centered itself around a county fire patrol system under which county forest wardens were appointed In various counties in the state where there was a large amount of timber and also where the demands of the community itself justified the placing of such an officer. In view of the fact that a large bulk of the timber of Kentucky at the present time' (especially the most valuable stands) is in the eastern and southeastern part of the state the county patrolmen so far appointed have been largely confined to this region. Up to the present" time the number of patrolmen employed during any fire Rev. Winkler, of Taylor county, and rV. G. Montgomery. Tom Fancock sold a 5 year old XX er counties in the state. At the present time there are nearly 200,000 acres embraced In this association, and they include practically all the tlmberland owners In Harlan county. Approximately 35,000 acres were added to the acreage of the association last spring after one of the severest fire seasons which the state has ever experienced, which shows that the work has been effective In a measure to secure the confidence of the tlmberland owners In that region. The most ambitious effort for the formation of a forest fire protective association Is that put on foot last spring, which embraces four counties in Kentucky and two In Virginia. This effort was initiated by the Consolidation Coal company. The four counties of Kentucky embraced in this organization are Pike, Letcher, Floyd and Knox and the two counties in Virginia Wise and Dickinson. The last two counties to undertake such an organization are Leslie and Clay, so that the southeastern part of the state is in a fair way to be entirely covered with associations. It must be borne in mind that these associations are purely voluntary, are composed of tlmberland owners, lessees, etc., and are administered locally. The severity of the fires which occurred in Kentucky last spring, on account of the drought early in the season, has been a decided incentive to the formation of like associations in other counties, with two ideas in mind first, the protection of the stand- - f lng timber, and, second, organized effort to suppress forest fires by the punishment in court of individuals who, through carelessness, neglect or willfulness, have caused fires on There is every reason to tim-berlan- properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all other Trustworthy people like A. B. remedies. Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm, Newbern. Tenn., and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky., say they take it at regular intervals and In that way not only maintain general good health, but that they have not in years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always have a bottle of it in the house. It Is good for all the family. Anyone wishing to make a trial of thl3 remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. mare to M. E. White for $150. Mr. J, B. Russell and wife, of season has averaged about twenty-five- , believe that like associations will be Columbia, spent several days last paid partly from federal funds and formed In several other counties before partly from state funds. These patrol- the danger season for fires In the fall. week in this section. Mr. Jo S. Tucker, of Louisville, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Bell Tucker and other relatives, here. A Forest Fire In the Mountains bb&bbbbbbbbB&Lsa'wxmc&Jv'K'' lis 4. ?3xw fcHMSff'jffiP'fj? VE 3$ZvS3Bafis&. JB Z9SE23iHABflH9BflBE work. The duties of these patrolmen was in this section a few days were to suppress and prevent forest fires, as far as they conld, in the counlast week. ties in which they were appointed, and also by personal contact with the peoJoe S. Beard is having lumber ple in the county to point out to them sawed to build a new dwelling. the danger from forest fires in the destruction of timber, buildings, fences H. H. Collins, of Campbells-vill- e, and other valuable products, and also emphasize the fact that a large per was in this section a few to of the forest fires which occurcent red were due to causes which could days ago looking for fat stock. have been eliminated with care on the part of the individuals. The work of get Rid of Those Poisons in your the county wardens has been Inspected once in three weeks, as nearly as possible, by the district wardens, and the System whole work has been inspected by the You wilt find Dr. King's New Life United States forest service. The danPills a most satisfactory laxative In ger season for forest fires ordinarily is for a period of releasing the poisons from your sys- spring, Feb. 15 three months in the to May 15, and for tem. Accumulated waste and poisons a period of three months in the fall. cause manifold ailments unless re- Sept 15 to Dec. 15, but the patrolmen were only under appointment and paid leased. Dizziness, spots before the for the actual time during which fires eyes, blackness and a miserable feel- might be expected because of the cliing generally are indications that you matic "conditions existing at the time. was soon evident that, while the need Dr. King's New Life Pills. Take It county patrolmen were accomplishing a dose and you will experience a considerable amount of effective grateful relief by morning. 25c. For work, nevertheless even one patrolman in each county where there was a large sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. amount of timber would not secure the necessary amount of forest protection. Consequently the next step was to secure the of the timber-lan- d owners by organizing associations, since it was felt that only In the event that tlmberland owners became financially interested in the matter of forest protection of lands I will drill wells in Adair and supplemented the their ownthe stateand by funds of funds of their own to be expended in adjoining counties. See me be forest protective measures could a permanent good be accomplished In this direction. fore contracting.' Latest imUnder this plan the first county in the state to be organized was Harlan county, and the success of the Forest proved machinery of all kinds. Protective association In this county Pump Repairing. Done. Give has been so remarkable and its growth &ndefTectivenes9 so continuous that It to-nig- ht Mr. W. I. Ingram of Columbia, for the time actually spent by them in men were employed only in the season A strong sentiment of this character of the year during which danger from In Lewis county recently accomplished fires might be expected. This period the organization of an association, and of employment has averaged approxi- there is every probability that more as- -' ' mately two months in the spring and sociatlons in the Immediate furore will the same amount in the fall, and the be formed, due to the same sentiment. ' patrolmen have been paid during the time of their appointment $2 per day FOREST UTILIZATION. Kentucky Forests a Big Item In Indus trial Life. . WELL DRILLER Kentucky forests play a big part In the Industrial life of the state, and not only for the amount of timber they produce, which, according to the last figures of the census available, was 641,296,000 feet, board measure, and it Is of Interest to point out the direction In which the forests of the state are of vital importance to various interests. The capital invested In logging and milling operations In one year (1910) was $21,381,000 and the average number of wage earners 13,042 (five times as many as are employed In the distilled liquor business, which heads the list in value of product). The number of active sawmills in Kentucky, according to the last census (1913), was! 1,061. The railroads are one of the greatest users of timber In the United States. The timber demanded by them is mostly in the shape of crossties, telephone and telegraph poles, material for car building, etc. It is safe to say, from the best figures obtainable, that over 2,000,000 crossties were purchased by the railroads In Kentucky in 1914. Another great Industry which Is In Its Infancy In Kentucky, which consumes large quantities of wood products, is the mining Industry, especially the coal mining Industry, and It Is for this reason that In the coal mining regions of the eastern part of the state the state forester has met with the heartiest in an endeavor to suppress the forest fires. The timber used In the mines is In the form of lagging, stalls, props, ties and lumber for the construction of buildings of various sorts. It is figured that from three to four feet, board measure, are used for each ton of coal Kentucky now ranks fifth mined. among the states In the production of coal. In 1914 over 20,000,000 tons were mined. The telephone, telegrapli and electric light and power conapaaieg use a large amount of timber In toe shape of poles, posts, etc. Never Break. me .. . ..-- Call. - . -- . . .i -f -- Forest fires destroy thousands of dollars' worth of timber every year- and' - i. C YAlfS 3 A Hint-Fo- r Auto Drivers. Tbe forward gear on an automobile ibcmld never beseagaged after revere- fcig until the car is practically staad-ifcnow tag stflL - Are there any really toys? Gray None that 1 of. except those tbat aak aa tafersal neise. Judge. Greene lade-rtroctib- le ' &. 'THE-ADAI- R CODNTKNEWS Owensby. will be held with Scott's Chapel sband iter RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE Fmt Years of BdUckGare Up in Despair. I had gotten so weak I could not stand, CoiditfMS, Mrs. and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I cora-meac- HuUad ed Came to Rescie. taking it From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can bow walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. la an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from thi3 place, Mrs. Bettia Bullock' "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped (his time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 t?hHe, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should wrttss as follows: I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what In my left side. The doctor was called in, and his freat- - it will do. Ask him. He will recom nect relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: ChtUnooa Maldn Co.. Ladles K soon confined to my bed again. After Advlsory.Dept.. ChatUnooza. Tenn.. for Special Instructions book. hat, nothing seemed to do me any good. Tf eatnent for an your case and plain wrapptr. Horns Woaen." seat la eH. At times, " ze J-- Special Notice! oodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. 1 economy woven wire hence is a light durable hence long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick I and satisfactory fence. NOTE THE PRICE. , f c Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c " ' 7 8 " " " 6 6 " (i " " " 1 ti " " " 8 9 9 9 6 " " " " 26 18c 32 32 n i t 20c 18e 39 39 22c 20c '' 9 " " it Square Deal Fenoe in all sizes at fair prices. Suyjnowjbefore the advance. We have 30,000 rods ubjectjto your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as to Quality and Price, full, Complete stock of the Celebrated ThornhiH Wagons.1 'Satisfaction, or your money back." Don'tjforget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth ing, both We at old prices. have not taken the War in Eurepe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything SaltBig Barrels $L75. .Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Lime for this month, only 90c Surveying 3080(P Landowners Attention. C. D. Crenshaw Bfa VETERINARY SURGEON T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do years Special DEPP, church Sept. 8 and 9. Misses Martha and Pearl MurWe are indeed proudof old dentisti ray, of Sewellton, spent a few Russell county, as we believe Am permanently located in Col every other patriotic and true days last week visiting their sislumbia. citizen should be. We are glad ter, Mrs. Oma Wolford. Mrs. Dora Barger and little AH Classes of Dental work done. Grow to know that on August 21st, 1915, 1,427 of our energetic and son, Roy, Sewellton, are visiting de and Inlay work a Specialty; progressive citizens voted to get her brother-in-laErnest BarAll Wock Guaranteed us out of the mire and mud and ger, at this writing. Office over G. W. Lowe's place us in communication with D. G. Grider sold a mare and Shoe Store the commercial and business colt to Marcus Phelps, of Esto, world, while only 458 voted for for $75. J. B. Stonb J. H. Stonb us to remain in the mud. ThereS. B. Collins has moved his fore Russell county will soon be saw-mi- ll from Pumpkin creek & prepared to build her part of the to his home where he will do Dixie Highway, thus connect- some sawing. Attoney-At-Laing hers with a road leading Miss Vertie Coffey, who has q W31 prafbce m across the United States from been visiting at Columbia and this and adjoining counties. the north to the south. Ozark, has returned home. Mr. L. P. Williams, who lives Jamstown, Kentucky .: Alva Grider sold a mich cow one of at Sewellton, and also recently for $50. county's most prosperous Colds do not Leave Willingly, tarmers, nas purcnasea a gas Because a cold is stubborn is no reatractor to run his corn shredder, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist son why you should be. Instead of and also a rock crusher so as to Eye Specialist "wearing" ifc out, get sure relief by be prepared to furnish the farmtaking Dr. King's New Discovery Special attention given Diseases of all ers ground limestone at a reason- Dangerous bronchial and lung ail Domestic Animals OfBce at Residence, l mile of town, on able price. ments often follow a cold which has Jamestown road. Mr. Holle Gaines was elected been neglected at the beginning. As Phone 114 G. trustee of the Moore school at your body faithfully battles those cold Columbia, Kv'. germs, no better aid can be given than last election. As Mr. Gaines the use of this remedy Its merit has was elected without opposition been tested by old and young. Get a teldence Phone-1- B Business Pho e 13?A we hope he will secure for the bottle $1.00. 50c.and Paull district good teachers. Mr. M. Drug Co. Adv. DR. N. MURRELL L. Owens, faithfully served as Nell. trustee for four years, employIDENTIST ing good teachers and securing The weather has been a little Jffice, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g for the district a new, three-rooup Stairs. shoolhouse, re- cold for a few days. Several of the farmers of this tires with the best wishes of the - Kentucky section delivered cattle to Grady Columbia, people. Several of our farmers are ville, last Monday. Mrs. R. C. Pulliam is visiting Notice saving their fodder this week. There was a large crowd in at- her mother in Indiana, General Bladumitfiing Some of the farmers are pretendance at White Oak the 4th Buggy. Carriage and Wagon .Repairing noatfar Sunday to hear Profs. Cabell, paring wheat ground to sow. done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. .Spocia Darnell, Wolford, and others Rev. Pardue carried on a two attention to Horse Shoeing:. Prices right aad sing. There was also a large weeks meeting with good result. satisfaction Guaranteed. J delegation from Russell county Missionary meeting was held Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot1 present, here last week. A large crowd PHONEINO.J 75 The school at this place is get- attended. JEFF PARSON, ting along-niceland with a good There was a picture show at Campbellsvilte, Kv attendance. the schoolhouse last Friday night On account of so much rain Miss Nannie Rowe is getting the late hay crop has been dam- along very nicely with her school. aged considerably. A. C. Pulliam sold Rufus Pul- Dr. borne corn is fine, but a lot liam 6 hogs at 6c. a pound. will be very light. DENTIST Luther Bell bought one oow Mrs. Elam Stearman. former- and calf from Art Walker, at OVBR PAXJTJJ XRTJG OO. ly Miss lone Barger, of Dallas, Columbia for $50. Columbia, Ky. Texas, is spending a few months Chess Bell, wife and mother phone ae. PHON1 8 with home folks. visited relatives near Sulphur Miss Idell Simms sold a cow Well last Saturday and Sunday. and calf to Mrs. Lou Simpson, of R. C. Pulliam was in Columbia Jamestown, for $65.00. last Wednesday. I ara prepared to do any kind of Tin Work, Hoofing, Guttering, &c. I Not long since Mr. Dink Mann, There will be a baptizing here make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized of Creelsboro, was through here Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other Saturday evening. buying cattle. He bought a cow the 2nd thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythinG in my and calf from Rev. J. K. P. Mrs. Watt England is on the line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. !karon for $40 and one from Mrs. sick list. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. Dollie Guthrie. Tom Combs and wife are goS. E. Bridgwaters, Mrs. Mettie Allen is in feeble ing to Tompkinsville the last of health. the week. Kentucky Far Dates Messrs. Huddleaton, Bertram, A Pine Whooping CotK-Remedy. The following are the dates fixed and Smith, the Clinton county for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1915, as far as reperted. Officers of delegation, who spoke for the Mothers, Dr. Bell's report to us any is just the remedy for your children's fairs are requested to of dates: omissions or corrections bond issue, motored through here cold ailments. The fact is that pine Owensboro, Sept. 216 days one day last week. Horse Cave, Sept. 224 days is a quick enemy of cold conditions. w, HENRY W. n m Stone Stone, w L. H. Jones to-da- y. J. m, up-to-d- ate to the Public y James Triplett a TIN WORK. -- h Pine-Tar-Hon- ey your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e experience. Charges reasonable. . Attnetln to Eyes Ben Allen has bought another Its qualities loosens the mucous in the gasoline mill. He can't do with- throat, soothe the lungs and open up the air passages. The combination of out a mill. pleasant, Pennyroyal-Hopkinsvill- e, Sept. 27 6 days. Glasgow, Sept. 29 4 days Phone 74 or write T. C. Faulkner, J from stablea. LtaTHK-MEA- lEI 1KKS TMMved LLE-ITKET. Spavin or any Katulo, Poll-evi- l, work done at lair prices. 1 aa well ixed to take care or atock- - Hon - tee when work is done or ctock ,- tEHKNCE honey, soothing . and with M. L. Owens -- sold . a cow to the loosening pine quality makes this aiTideal cough remedy for children. Luther Selby for- - $55. Each passing year brings for it, new The 74th annual seaeioa ofj the friends. A family of growing children South Cumberland River, Aswo-- s cuwot afford to be without it. 25c. a Adairville, Sept. 303 days Cave City, Oct. 4- -6 days days. Murray, Oct. 64 keep on .hands a full- - stock, of aalrnt-jinrf rnhaa. T also Iraan tHeUlilaCasketgaad Steel Boxes and two hearses, prompt service nignt or Residence Phone 20, office day. luimns a I ciationof UHmjunaxy ,BptigtJ LbetUe .EauUVJfcgg&Ce, . jAa. , J&.1 pkne98. yr Ad. J. T. Triptett, jQeJjUMfefauity.. '" K.- THE ADAIR1C0UNTY NEWS v ; A WAR "RECORD. Report - From Ed Porter homp son's History of the ist Ken tucky Brigade Infantry. 1863-6- 4 In the winter .of Gen. Breckenridge received eleven guns, known as the Kerr Rifles, which he allotted, to his old brigade. It was said that an English gentleman presented them as awoken of regard. It was a muzzle-loadingun, with a large telescope on, the barrel, and would kill easily-- , at the distance of a mile, and as there was some difficulty in loading it. It was not likely to be effective except in the hands of cool, composed men. There was a prolonged target practice' in which more of the brigade engaged, and from them eleven men who had proved to be the best shots and were known to be otherwise Lieut. "reliable, were chosen. George Hector Burton, Co. F., 4th Kentucky Regiment, who was not only a superior marksman, but a dare devil fighter, one few men known to any except, braggadocios and closet romancers,-- , vrho- - experienced what the. Romans pretended to long-rang- e, g- of-jth- e -- feeWrVThe iQy pjfbattle." r He added to thiswithout-"whic- h - the qualities - even a- good soldier cannot possibly be a good leader, cool judgment, quick apprehension of whatever could give him advantage of position, and dogged resolution that made him proof against sore discomfort, and unshaken by disaster. He was put in command and given such orders as were so general in their nature that a large discretion was allowed him; the most important of these were that he should never carry his men nearer the enemy main line than a quarter of a mile, cautionary and presumably- issued to prevent him and his young blood from taking questionable risks. Occasionally it was thought necessary to take position under cover of darkness between the Confederate and Federal lines and so dispose themselves as to avoid fire from their own artillery and small arms. Ordinarily they operated along General Hardee's front, but if any other part of the armo was annoyed by artillery they went to its relief if they could be spared from their own corps. This corps of sharpshooters was actively engaged everyday of the one hundred and twenty on the retreat from Dalton to Atlanta, and at one contime it spent thirty-thre- e secutive days between two armies with an allowance of one canteen of water per day to each man. The general plan of the commander was to work themselves at night between the lines, fix a rallying place, then cover the front of the army and keep a lookout for an oppoptunity to kill off the pickett men who ex posed themselves along the line of breastworks, and officers who ' came in view while directing the operations of their troops. A particular object was, notice the pemtien of batteries and take - positions so as to pitch off the gunners through the embrasures. Lindsey-Wilso- n Ordinarily if these sharpshooters could place themselyes in sight A Safe Place to Put Your Children of the enemy's cannon with fair cover and within half a mile, 6, fok they were almost certain of disabling a Federal soldier while swabbing or loading his gun after every discharge as he could not protect himself while his gun was in position. When Gen. Polk was killed on Pine Mountain this corps of sharpa shooters quickly located the bat3 tery that fired the fatal shot, and W. cr. IS'in less than half an hour drove r it from, its position. The experience of this little band is without a parallel. It is known that Lieutenant Burton, Commander, subjected every man, together with himself, to a crucial test before he would trust ,l.SBoys and Girls are under OuV' personal nis courts, basket ball floor, track, etc. him, and so it is certain that care at alljtimes. 5. Thorough courses. Our graduates enter those who stayed with him were 2. New brick dormitories, electric lights, the best colleges and universities men like himself, of stern courwater works, baths, and steam heat. without age and Roman fortitude. When 3. Location healthful and beautiful. Good moral and religious influences but they were rude mountedinfantry 4. Ten acre campus, good athletic field, ten not secterian. after the pattle of Jonesbbrb,' Ei& COURSES: Training, Normal, Intermediate, Primary, Book-keepin- g, Ga., their corps Commander, Gen'. Hardee in parting "with them .pxession, Voice, Art. Compare our advantages- with the best and our-ratcomplimented them In terras that with the lowest. Jf Z confirm-al- l that Ihe writer, has ! i ftV' safdsaying aibng 'other :th!hgs Columbia, Ky. T 'Wat if all "tHe meirm 'John stbh's-armMdVeeii proportion-atel- y as destructive s tHef, Sherman "would not havd' Hada ' sound man left." .? Training School term: opens sept. 1915. mmmMM ! - ,i s. - es " . 'Jt'-- r -- ; ,- M0S.S.4; QUANRLER, X-- -- y - N.Frank Smith's Report of Lieut. Geo. Hector Bur- ton and his I believe that this officer took more pleasure in a fight than any other man I ever knew. He was never wounded, but he exposed himself recklessly. When one of his sharpshooters fell, either killed or disabled, and a new one volunteered to take his place, Burton would lake that man and expose him, with himself, to the severest fire from the enemy generally artillery firing. If the new man stayed with him without hunting cover, that would be the last time he would put him in danger unless it was absolutely necessary, but if he flinched he was sent right back to his. company. He had an order never to take his men within less than four hundred yards of the enemy, but he was impetuous, and when the brigade swept by on the charge at Dallas, he said to the sharpshooters: "Boys, let's go, it is too glorious to miss!" They caught his enthusiasm and sprang forward, and one of them was killed within twenty yards of the enemy's breastworks. That night he and 'those who were not disabled crawled in a pouring rain to those works, feeling around in the dark as they neared them for their fallen comrade and his gun, but they found neither. One gun had previously been lost. Soon after the corps of ten was organized and armed, one man got a bullet fast about midway the barrel of his gun, and failing to diilodge it other wise, tried to malt it, and so jpoilecUbegun. Thus the Lieu- - 444444444444 44444444444444 4 4 4 Empire & Superior 4 4 4 4 4 Grain Drills, Field Seeds and 4 4 4 4 Fertilizers. 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Had every man in pur army been as effective as you, had they every one done as much exWhile, as noted above, the ecution as each of you, Sherman young Commander would have would not nowhave a man left." none but the best, it may not le If you want good'service, safe drivinvidious to mention Taylor Mc- - ers and fair prices,go to W. H. WIfaoa's. .Goy. He seemed to taice a stern . was seldom that all these were together.except at night, being divided in twos and fours when on duty. Burton's indifference to danger was conspicionsly shown in yisiting the little squads, He seemed to know intuitively which was in the hottest place, and there he was sure to go and do what he could to protect, while his presence cheered and encouraged, the men, whose comfort was his chief and care, ever-prese- nt 44-- tf McGaha. cutting is the order of the day. Fodder pulling and tobacco Otis Burton, who has been on the sick list, is improving at this time. Melvin Powell and wife, of 's Webbs X Roads, visited the parents, J. W. Harmon re? cently. James Head and wife have returned from Ohio. Brother Maxley and Bro. Johnson have just closed a successful meeting at the Allen school house. They organized a Baptist church at the same place with thirty odd members. There was a large crowd attended the baptizing at McGaha one day this week. Several of the pupils won prizes at the school rally at Grassy Spring last Saturday. The health is very good in taw lat-ter.