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Under the direction of Miss Nettie Clark, a "Tom Thumb Wedding" was given at Methodist Church last Thursday evening, which proved to be a very entertaining affair. The following little boys and girls were partici I Remove to Hardin County. Enjoyable Affair. Saturday afternoon was very much enjoyed by the members, and a few invited friends of the Christian Sunday School, in the attractive Sunday School room. The recital given by Miss GwendoEarJ, the five year old son of Mr. len Bayless at the Lindsey-Wilso- n and Mrs. W. E. McCandless, was kick chapel Friday evening drew a large ed by his father's Shetland colt last and appreciative audience. Miss Bay-les- Thursday afternoon and almost killed. whose home is in Ohio, came to the The little fellow was in the lot with institution with splendid testimonials the colt, playing. Something caused and her excellent program, so faultl- the little animal to kick and the lick essly rendered, was a strong testimony struck Earl in the forehead, just over as to the force of the same, showing the left eye The boy screamed and her to be a true artist in her lines of some ladies went to his rescue. He work. was picked up and carried to the resThe program consisted of number idence and surgeons Hindman, Bus-se- ll of musical selections taken from the and Flowers summoned The most famous composers arranged in an wound was about an inch and a half attractive manner together with care long and to the skull. Upon examfully selected readings. ination it was found that a portion of The future for music and expression the skull had been crushed, and a piece depatments of Lindsey-Wilsocan net two inches long and a half inch wide be otherwise than bright with Miss was removed. Earl was conscious unBayless at the head. til he was put under the influence of s, n pants: 48-l- t. You are cordially invited to our formal opening on Friday evening from 6 to 7:30 and all day Saturday, at which time we will exhibit Pattern Hats and Novelties in the latest styles from three markets. Russell & Eubank. v From this date to the 20th of OctoMr. Laurence Witty happened to the misfortune of breaking his arm ber, we will receive common and betBe in Columbia next Monday at I yesterday morning. He was crank- ter walnut logs 12 inches in diameter, Democratic Speaking. e'clock in the afternoon and hear Hon. ing his car preparatory to leaving for 8 feet and over long, and will pay $2.50 The C. W. B. M. will meet in the David Kinchelow, Congressman from the Horse Cave Fair when the engine per hundred feet. We will al30 buy Christian church, Tuesday afternoon, Hon. David Kinchelow, Congressman back-firebreaking one of the bones walnut logs under 12 inches at 81 to October 5, 1915, at 3 o'clock, and renthe Second district, speak. from the Second district, will address of the right arm just above the wrist. 31.50 per hundred. der the program published for Sep43-- lt Sandusky Bros. Glasgow Eepublican. the voters of Adair county, at the courttember meeting. Invitation is to all. Masonic Election. Mrs. Z. T. Williams, Pres. He house, next Moonday at I o'clock. Wanted to Buy. Mrs. S. G. Denney, Sec. School Rally Will be Held. is one of the best speakers in the State Friday night Columbia Chapter No. The Christian Endeavor Society of and the court room should be crowded. 7, Boyal Arch Masons, elected the folBy private party, antique or Saturday we stated to a number of lowing officers for the ensuing year: the Presbyterian Church had a very The out of town Ladies are cordially mahogony, cherry, or rose- teachers and patrons the School Bally interesting and helpful meeting last J. D. Lowe, High Priest. wood furniture. Four post beds, old would not be held. Since that time Sabbath night on the subject "Shields invited to our Formal Opening. You J. R Garnett, King. t will be pleased with our prices and bureaus, sofas, chest of drawers, we have been able to secure free the AgainstTemptation." Several of the Jo Bussell, Scribe. styles. Be sure to see our goods bechairs, clocks, engravings, colored Fair Grounds and the Bally will be W. T. Price, Cap. of Host. honorary members were present and fore buying. gave splendid talks. A cordial invi J. E. Murrell, Principal Sojourner. prints, tables, brass candlesticks, and held, as advertised, October 8. Every Russell & Eubank. old ornaments to furnish house in old body boost. Lets make it bigger than Sam Lewis, Boyal A. Captain. tation is extended to all to meet with style. young people every Sabbath night Barger, M. 1st Y. E. B. last year. the We are informed that a young Address Care of B. B. 100 Adair 6:30. The Society will hold its reg R. B. Moss, Pres. Eally Com. W. R. Myers, M. 2nd V. at married man named Pickett, his wife S. C. Neat, M. 3rd Y. t County News. W. M. Wilson, Sec. Eally Com. business and social meeting with being a daughter of Mr. George Dudular Tobias Huffaker, Co., Supt. Miss Allene Montgomery Tuesday Horace Jeffries, Secretary. ley, got badly hurt recently. The husReporters of the Louisville Pest, in night. Every member is urged to be band and wife got along very nicely B. F. Paull, Treasurer. present, as there is important busiG A Smith, Sentinel. this section, are very industrious For Sale. for awhile, but recently for some news gatherers When anything of ness to transact. so our informant states, they cause, importance happens it is sent at once Last Notice. separated, and Mr. Dudley forbade I wish to sell my place containing to Louisville Times or the Courier-JournFor Sale. Pickett coming to his house. One day pa- twelve acres, more or less, on the by a representative of this last week he went to Pickett post Thursday, September 30th is per. Three or four days after the Somerset road, li miles east of Cooffice where Mr. Dudley resides, and Mrs Nannie Marrell. . Winter Turf oats, clear of cheat, gothe last day before the .penalty is Adair County News has been printed, lumbia. the two men got into trouble, Dudley reporters of the Post copy items it Calf on Ray ing at 60c. per bushel. striking Pickett over the head with a added to the Graded School Tax. the Presiding Eld. W. F. Hogard gave Flowers nail puller,- cutting, a. severe gash. After that date collection will be contained and send them by wire to Flewers, Columbia' Ky, or Post. The Post wants fresh an account of his work In Columbia The 48-2- t. Columbia a few days made on all unpaid tax at once. Pickett was-iBros., Bliss, Ky. news, but it does not get it from this District, during his four years service, ago with his head bandaged. Bruce Montgomery, Treas at the Methodist church, Sunday section. Mrs. Mollie Lillis, of Louisville, sisnight. He made a fine record. There ter of Mr. M. Bey Yarberry, and who Wanted, this week, Green Toma- .One week from next, Monday week Extra nfte Swan's Down prepared are twelve counties in the district, resides in Louisville, underwent a se- toes at Lindseyr Wilson School. Eussell circ.uit court will open The cake flour at flowers & Patteson's. and since he has been on the work he ,Moss & Chandler. rious operation in St. Anthony Hosnearly :5,"000 miles News will be represented by J. E. Mrs. W. fhas driven one horse pital recently. Mrs. Lillis is a native We congratulate the of Murrell', who will be upon, the square Reference, Mrs. J. 0, Russell, ,to be builded ten church caused of Columbia, and the friends who Green county on thei agreement to several days of the. first week. He R. Myers,, Mrs. W. L Coffey, Mrs. A. D. houses, all of them dedicated by him. knew her as a young girl, will be glad compromise' their debt. The whole will want tomeet all friends otsthe Patteson. L There are one .hundred organizations t .. to learn that she is improving, strong matter will be settled by the paying publication, and he would be glad to 's in the district, and during Mr. hopes being entertained that the op- of a little less than seven dollars for accept any Mr. John B. CoHey, who n'was quite should be reign every obligation has been that eration will restore her to health. each property holder. The deb wiped needed, promising the best material, active for Mr. Stanley before the pri- met for pastor's salary, Church and out, the of Green ,will feel the work, to be done first-clas-s in ev- mary, has been' appointed Campaign Mission expenses. He paid a high Mrs. Cosby McBeath, of Monticello, Manager of Adair county, in the State compliment to the district, and he free, and land will advance, And the ery particular. who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo population of the'eounty increased. contest now on. The appointment leaves his work with regret. Himself N. Conover, this place, is in a hospital Get my prices on Rocking Chairs came from S. W. Hager, State Cam- and Bev. Chandler left for Conference at Cincinnati, recovering from and opI have a full line of Men's Cloth- before you buy. paign Manager. The selection is a Monday morning. eration performed several days ago. good one, and we predict that the ening, Overcoats, Odd Coats etc., Albin Murray. tire vote of the Democratic party of Every body is coming to Columbia LADIES, call and see our line of 82.00 also ladies, misses and children's Adair county will be at the polls at next Monday to hear Hon. David Kinche-lostyles and Cloaks. Get my prices. Pattern Hats in a variety of The Dixie Highway bridge across the November election colors. speak, Murray. Cumberland river has at last been lo- Albin 48-- lt Bussell & Eubank. careu. air. James writes juuge a. .. iammi We have a Beautiful Line of Netice. The Golden Jubilee Convention of Baker, of this place, that it will span children's Hats, both Boys' and Girls' Mr. R. F. Bowe met with an accithe Kentucky Sunday School Asso- the river at Eowena, his engineer hav at astonishingly low prices. dent Monday morning. He was hook- ciation will be hsld in Louisville, Octo- ing named the crossing last week. If 48-- lt Bussell & Eubank. ing his horse to his buggy, when for ber People who want their work done Reduced rates have been Adair county reaps any benefit from some cause the animal became granted on all railroads in Kentucky this road will have to tap promptly call at J. M. Kearnes' mait, and it We it frightened and quickly started. Mr. for the occasion and an attendance of looks like the point will be Eussell learn from Burkesville parties chine shop. There are three of the Mr. J. O. Ewing, who met with best mechanics in the county now and the several thousand is expected, includ- Springs. Bowe was knocked down that a stroke of paralysis six weeks ago, is ready to accommodate any man on horse and buggy ran over him. He ing many delegates from this county. improving, and that the indi- any job large or small. If you want was considerably bruised, but not seThe Louisville Conference of the M. slewly riously. cations point to his Ultimate recov- your work done 'promptly give us-a- 1 Old time Indians say that we are to E. Church, South,-- , will convene in though the progress is- very slow. call. We ae alsd prepared to rdo any-kinJong and very cold winter They Hartford, Ky , (Wednesday.) ery, Rev. R. Y. Chapin winfiu,ms reg have a of automobile repair work and they have observed signs Bev. J. S. Chandler and Presiding ular appointment at TpTnioq. Church claim that will appreciate any jdb" rendered dnto nevr known to. .fail See my line5 of Shoes; Dress ' next Sabbath, October, 3. At that tha$ thej Jiave prediction may prove Elder W. F. Hogard, left Monday -morning to be inattendance. All oth- Goods of all kinds'. Can save you us. For fear their of .the Lord's time the Sacrament filling er Methodist preachers of the county Albin Murray. Money. Supper will be administered. lLet ev- true Columbia had better be Hon. A. O. Stanley's - speech; delivwoodhouses. will attend. ery member be present and invite ered at the State Fair is published In others. Mr Henry Hadley, a man about The News t j It is worth read-inAny one wanting wood and fencing Red" Eubanks, Lineman last year,-wh- sixty years old, who lived near Purdy, posts call at Casey Jones Store. weighs Over 200 and who came to Mr. W. T. McFarland wiH. serve as county, died Tuesday night of State io$Has "green as a gourd" so this week. He was a victim of dropCourt, 48-a grand juror, in the Federal last Get your Blanket Bed quilts etc, far as foot ball Is concerned, should which will convene in Louisville Ocinterment was at Bearwal-loCampbellsvllle, develop into a good man this season. sy. The Bev. Waggoner, of at Murray's. tober 12. church. and Rev. Capshaw, of this county, '.Lexington Leader. On account of the meeting there closed a meeting at ,Mt. Carmel last Erank Toliyer, of Lebanon, Tenn., Early in next month we will have will only be one picture show this Friday nieht. There were six ori Mr. Geo. E. Wilson has removed bought fourteen mules In this place two noted religious gatherings in Cfrom the Hancock-roomin- g house, on eight professions. week Saturday night. Montpeller last Friday and olumbiaThe Russell's Creek Baptist Burkesville street, to the Dr. U. L. and at Cooperation meeting Taylor residence) on Campbellsvilte Saturday. He paid from $50 to $142 Association and the Conference of the Mr. W. A. Garnett is In Louisville J Adair County '' " United Brethren. per head. of the Christian churches will be held street. this week, buying his sash and doors at Chestaut Grove Church, the 5th for his new residence. old daughter of J. A. had the Eleven The meeting Sunday in October. J. H. Young sold Sam Burdette of ICcGaha, jear county, died Saturday Mrs. Claud toMontgomery litt ankle get her this Sun-M- r misfortune Lebanon, 7 calves, at $25.- each aad The school rally will beheld at the will begin Friday night befare of 1Mb wwk, a victim of typhoid few. , S. Announcement. d ed -- chloroform, and when he came from under its effects, his mind was clear. At this writing, Friday, theres some doubt of his recovery, but the little boy has nerve like a stern man and he is standing his' seffering heroically. He is quite a favorite on Burkesville street, and the McCandless home swarmed with friends from the time he was hurt until bedtime. Mr. and Mrs. "Tom Thumb Geo. Staples, Jr , and Catherine Eussell. Maid of honorCatherine Myers. Best man Hynes English. Bride maids Annie May Menzies, Eleanor Grissom, Marie Yance, Effle Sandusky, Elizabeth Montgomery, Mary Reed. Ushers Thomas Menzies, Harland Judd, Lyne Price, Davis Wilson. Flower girls Nancy Staples Montgomery, and Bernice Murrell. Miss Ella Todd played the wedding march and Strother Hines performed the ceremony Each of these did their part in a very creditable manner. Vocal solos by Mrs. W. M. Wilson, Misses Kate Hogard, Mary Breeding and Eva Walker, accompanied by Miss Alice Wal-ke- a and a reading by Miss Allene Montgomery added much to the entertainment of the evening. Mr. L. C. Hindman and family will leave for their new home, Sonora, Hardin county, next Friday. For the present Mr. Hindman will engage in the hotel business but he has a farm in view and will likely make a purchase soon. Mr. Hindman is a native of Adair, a nephew of the late Lieut. Governor J. R Hindman, and is a splendid Kentucky gentleman. He has a wife and two grown daughters, most excellent ladies. We take pleasure in commending this family to the people of Sonora and Hardin county. Millinery Opening. The decorations consisted of golden rod in profusion, green and yellow crepe paper and potted plants A very instructive and entertaining Bible game was enjoyed by the guests and delightful refreshments consisting of ice cream and cake were served. All the guests were loud in their praises of the committee that arranged this delightful affair. - Stults & Co's. Fall Opening Friday evening, 6 to 7:30, and Saturday; this week, showing the newest creations from Nashville, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville. Hats ranging from 75c to any price. The Ladies are invited to call. Arm Broken. Sugar aad Coffee down. Standard granulated sugar 6ic. Pilgrim Iresh roasted coffee lie. Monarch coffee 16c. Russell & Co. Walnut Logs Wanted for 20 days. 48-l- t. 48-3- al - n tax-laye- rs ' ir 48-2- Ho-gard- job-wor- k tax-paye- rs w 7-- 10, - d to-da- y, 4 48-3- t.' to-da- y. g. 2t w -- JTair Grafcafc Friday, 0tfer THE ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS Great Impetus Given Roads Movement By Stanley's Speech. With A. 0. Stanley, Democratic nominee "for Governor, as the principal speaker on the program, Kentucky good roads advocates at the State Fair grounds yesterday afternoon celebrated highway achievements in the Commonwealth. As Robert J. McBryde, Jr., president of Kentucky Good Roads Association, expressed it. Kentucky can now pat herself on the back, having h of a complete highway system and promising to have within five years the best system of roads in the south. Robert C. Terrell, State Highway Commissioner, noted that 104 counties have availed themselves of the aid of the new State highway law, and that more than sixty have started the work. J. J. Tobin, of the Government offices of public roads, complained that some of the Government highway engineers in Kentucky are not treated with consideration, and that the Government highway exhibit at the fa,ir is given poor space. John W. Newman, Commissioner of Agriculture, also spoke, and E. P. Morrow, Republican nominee for Governor, sent regrets and pledge of his support of the State aid law. Mr. Stanley's speech soon filled the tent in which the meeting was held, not quite full at the start, to overflowing. He spoke as follows: -- one-fift- inter-coun- ty and to thefiscalside of this problem I shall in the main address my few remarks, You cannot build roads, however advisable it may be, without money. To say that you are in favor of good roads is like saying you are in favor of good health or good morals, good atmosphere or good looks or good anything else. Anybody not a driveling fool favors good roads just as he favors good health, or good weather. We all favor good roads, who have sense enough to travel over them. The question is, not whether it is desirable to have better highways in Kentucky, but how shall we obtain them. We all want them if we can afford them, because we must buy and pay for these "A great mistake that farmers is no better investment to the made is in not making a business- producer than in the making of like calculation as to the cost of a cheap and convenient means of production, which bears a direct bringing the farmer's commodrelation to the advisability of ities to the market. good roads. A constructing short time ago Charles L. Schwabb former President of the United States Steel Corporation and now president of the Bethlehem Steel Company, the most gifted of all the great industrial masters of finance, made this startling statement: 'One-thir- d MR. STANLEY'S ADDRESS. Ladies and Gentlemen: I am deeply grateful to my good friend Bob McBryde, for his very kind reference to me. We should all be deeply grateful to him for his years of tireless, patient and unrequited toil in behalf of this great movement, without expecting, without receiving any other recompense than the gratitude of his countrymen and the welfare of his country. With tongue and pen he has presented with marked ability every reason which can be assigned for this great work, and he has answered every objection which the ignorant or penurious might advance. The people of Kentucky have yet to learn the debt they owe this great journalist for a great tfork nobly done. (Applause.) y to atI am not here tempt to entertain you with anything that approaches a formal to-da- address, I am not here to make a speech; if I am elected Govern or of Kentucky my rime will not be given to saying things, but (Applause.) to doing them. This ia in its essence a matter or an option upon so many acres market or to mill, on the plain that fertile of business as well as sentiment, of coal land. basis of dollars and cents, there is the loaeliness and isolation of of the cost of the product'on of all steel products, is the cost of transportation.' And one of the secrets of Schwabb's phenom enal success was that he never calculated the cost of anything made of steel from a needle to a thousand tons of armor plate that We will re- he did not calculate the cost of roads ourselves. ceive some aid from the Federal laying it down, F. 0. B., to the Government, but the .Federal consignee. The farmer does not Government and the State Gov- calculate. He calculates the cost ernment alike tax the people for of production in a rough way by the money, so at last every dol taking cost of the land, taxes, callar that is put in good roads labor and tools, when he has must come directly or indirectly culated .what it costs him to get fifty bushels of wheat on his out of the pockets of the people in who enjoy them. Then the wagon or a thousands bushels of calquestion to which an intelligent corn in his bin completes his citizenship should first address culation. But he has not esti cost of that article in itself is, not shall we donate, mated the entirety, for no man comes to but should we invest the money its the bin for his corn or to the toward this good work? If you thresher for his grain. Until he go out to get money to build has calculated the cost of transroads on the same principle that portation he has not made an acyou go to get money to educate curate estimate of the real cost the Chinese, or save the heathen of production. What is the acyou will not build many miles of tual value of a free public highroad. To get this money you way? Let us see four good must, in a way, take it from the horses and a wagon, for example, people, with their consent, by the four horses, at $150 apiece, taxation. But the people are $600, and the cost of shoeing, not going to tax themselves to harness, is to be considered, the build the roads unless they are whole will cost not less than convinced that it is a good in$1,000; adding in the cost of vestment. And whenever the maintaining these four horses, people find that they are maksay at $8 a month, is $500 a year ing money by expending money and you have that to add to the upon the roads you will get the original cost. In six years your money just as quickly as you $1,000 in horses and wagon is would secure it from a farmer gone, as they will be worn out. you have convinced that he The maintenance will cost you would make money by buying an not less than $600 a year $2 per addition of 1,000 acres to his day. We may say that the same farm that is for sale nearby. teams will do double the work There is no trouble to induce over a macadam road that they men to spend money when they (will do over a dirt road. So that are certain or reasonably certain the farmer in the item of four-horcertain of a safe return. Now team, wagon and driver is the expenditure of many thouhas saved at least $1 per day by sands of dollars for good roads a the use of macadam roads. safe investment? When the farmers have calcuMONEY AND RESULTS. lated the saving in the one item "I am separating it from its of transportation, the taking of moral and aesthetic, its senti- their products to market, leaving mental side. I am talking to out the pleasure of traveling you about the propriety of exover macadam roads to himself pending money for roads as I and his family, leaving out the would talk to a farmer about the advantages to his children in atspending of money for land. As tending school and his family atI would talk to the mine owner tending church, leaving out the of spending money for a tipple, features of bringing closer to se life in the country. Our girls" and boys who live in rural districts are literally marooned in the winter, without access to the the church or the THE HIGHER VIEW. school; to the doctor in time of But let us take a broader and. sickness, or the store for the a higher view. Every man who bare necessities of life in any casts his ballot in the hope of re- other way than on a mule, belly ceiving some pecuniary or per- deep in the mire. Our boy3 and sonal benefit either in emol- girls simply will not be kept in uments of office or some pecuni- the rural districts ten mile3 from ary advantage is a menace. By any town under such conditions, that I mean that the man who however much you may talk about the noble life of the counvotes simply to keep up some organization, the man who try. It is too often the most votes at the call of a boss, the lonesome existance on earth. If man who votes for money in you wish to live in the country hand, is a menace to the liber- and bring up your family around you, if you wish them bles3ed by ties of a free people. This rests upon the disinter- the things which are good and ested devotion to high ideals of sweet in the rural life; then you its citizenship, it is the founda must give them the pleasant tion upon which the republic things of life in the city. Build rests because a majority abso- good roads to the city, you will lutely rules in this country. lo3e none of the seclusion and And when ever that ma" sweetness of the country. The jority ceases to be honest this sunshine and dew and the landGovernment will topple like a scape are still there, the fertile fields and the lowing herds, and house of cards. ' What has preserved this gov- the scent of new mown hay, and ernment for 150 years or more? the silent benediction of the eveI will tell you The simple citi- ning still are your3. With good chair roads and an automobile if you zen seated in a on a rag carpet, before an open cannot get an automobile, borfireplace, with a Bible on his row a Ford the wife and her knees and his family grouped boys and girls can go to church, about him: his head bowed sim they can go to the fair, they can ply and reverently asking God go to places of amusement, they to guide him through the night, have the advantages of the pleasand arising in the fear of that ures of the city, and you have same God at dawn to take up the not been deprived of you country simple tasks of the day. He home or anything that makes it votes with no thought of profit desirable or lovely. You will to himself, but for the good of never solve the question of his family and the honor of his "back to the country" until you pountry, and the glory of his have made the country more atGod. This is the power upon tractive. You cannot keep your which this republic rests and family in the country with ten must forever rest. Now we talk or twelve miles of impassable about this simple life, its high dirt roads between them and the ideals, and its noble purpose and things they want for nine yet there is in Kentucky a con months in the year. tinual exodus from the country Increase in Prosperity. to the town. I make no warfare The country will be happier, upon the city. I have lived in more thickly inhabited, if the towns the most of my life, but roads are improved, and the what I mean to say, is that what find an increase in prosperi.good people on ty whenever you unite the two we need is more the farms in the country. It will by macadam roads. cheapen the cost of living in Both political parties I am not town. It will bring more cushere to talk politics have contomers, and new life and new demned the contract labor syscapital to our great cities. It is tem, both parties have told you an invincible instinct'for men to that they are in fayor of employseek the society of their fellows, ing convicts upon the roads. Now to gather as we have gathered the counties haye the right to in great multitudes. here y employ whom they please with It is as natural as for partridges the money they raise themselves, to gather in covies in the field, and it is a vexed question to or birds in flocks in the sky. It what extent, where the State can is essential to the happiness, the force the comvict labor upon the mental and moral welfare of counties, coming as it must, mankind, jusirso much as food more or less, in competition with, or clothing. The thing that has free labor. In Edmonson county, destroyed rural life, the thing especially, we have an unlimita-bl- e deposit of rock asphalt, the has depopulated lands post-offic- e, po-litic- al Gov-ernme- nt cane-botto- m city-wil- l -- to-da- (Concluded on page 6.) ,f "o- - THE ADAIRICOUNTyfNEWS ,.. -- n a STOP AT THE GA.LT HOUSE WHEN IN LOUISVILLE EUROPEAN3?Xi-AJS- T To the Public. "I feel that I owe the manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of grat- itude," writes Mrs. T. "N. Witherall, Good Rooms for $1.00 per Day. Fine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices. Free Auto-Bu- s Gowanda, N. Y. '"When I began taking this medicine I was in great pain and feeling terribly sick, due to an atAfter tack of summer complaint. of it had not long to taking a dose wait for relief as it benefited me almost immediately." For sale by Adv. Paull Drug Co. Meets Trains Turkish and Electric Baths Write For Reservations. The labor organization in are violently ODDOsed to conscription and threaten civil war if it is persisted in. En-ela- nd ' This is the "Thomhill" Wagon -the Wagon that Must Make Good The best known materials the aid of the most ingenious modern machinery have been employed to make the Thomhill wagon. The wheels are made with excessive care. For the spokes the manufacturers use the finest hickory machine driven to insure the right dish. The hubs are bf oak' thoroughly seasoned and banded jvith double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an iron plate at top and bot tom, riveted through and through mul A Forest In the Bottom Lands Sick headache, biliousness, piles" and bad breath are usually caused by inactive bowels. Get a box of Rcxall Orderlies. They act gently and effectively. Sold only by us at 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. of master workmen the labor gears from ever getting out of line and causing hard pulling. "Thomhill" wagons are equipped with long sleeve malleable skeins that insure light running, and outlast any other skein. Each skein is fitted to its axle with a Defiance machine infallibly accurate. This machins insures the right pitch and tuck, ir.ckes" light draft a certainty. The axles are of toughest nickory the steel axles of the best refined steel The sides of "Thomhill" beds are made of poplar. It costs the makers more but it holds paint better and gv i better service. 'jTp Come in and see this wagon sold under a binding guarantee. non-breaka- The 1915 State Fair failed by 395 of equalling the attendance record, though the receipts were larger than ever before. sented, a quick relief for headaches, dizzy spells and other symptoms denoting a torpid iiver and a disordered 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. tiplying their strength. Worth Their weight in Gold. The "Thomhill" has a front "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets hourid plate that is bracedmalleablehounds to the and found them to be just as repre- it all pwints. I his is an exclusive Thomhill" feature. It prevents the sow The Thcrtih'.) By WOODSON GREENSBURG, r. i LEWIS KENTUCKY. ma tne . not ine iunvat - Kentucky Federal soldier pensioners draw from the United States treasury more than a year. $4,-000,0- c;epst EVERYTHING IN The vine covered trunks are a feature of the forests in the bottom lands and add to the beauty of the area. The straight, clear trunks will furnish excellent timber. f- c.j-- - - - Biliousness and Constipation. It is certainly surprising that any woman will endure the miserable feelings caused by bilousness and con- t Base of a Fire Tower ' stipations, when relief is so easily had and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas. Peck, Gates, N. Y., writes: "About a year ago I used two bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and they cured me of biliousness and constipation." For Adv. sale byJPaull Drug Co. HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized TmTTi - ""w Xv js 1.' isJr.'-- , V". .F . . X V V O" Vi '" - WET' XwJf.1L iss 3SBiW51MWr,Sa?l",!?!i''S' H8H. - - -- vt IHCK' - r v v r j if r j UxAi vK--- 9S . V',r'Wr 'SSf w" .l . X. 'o ? '' ' s ',"vy ; r r -f S . V.Alt '.A-- JVW t, v .. , ou and Printed. Also Elwood Morin Moore, a rural route carrier in Bourbon county com- mitted suicide by firing a bullet through his head. and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO. incorporated 1 will relieve your indigestion. Many people in this town have used them .vid we have yet to hear of a case where : vy have failed. "We know-- the formula. Sold only by us 25c a bor. 12-- 1 Paull Drug Ce. 16 Eaat Matfcet Street? Between First and Brook l 4' It is estimated that from Louisville, Ky, 10,-00- 0 to 12,000 people attended the opening of the Democratic campaign at Glasgow last week. Every Home Needs a Faithful cough and Cold Remedy. When seasons change and colds appearwhen you first detect a cold after sitting next to one who has sneezed, then it is that a tried and tested remedy should be faithfully used. "I never wrote a testimonial before, but, I know positively that for myself and family, Dr. King's jSew Discovery is the best cough remedy we ever used and we have tried them all." 50c. and 81.00 at Paull Drug Adv. Co. Birdseve view of our Plant The telephone connection between the lire tower and the headquarters of men who may be sent to extinguish a fire which has been discovered Is an essential feature. The telephone instrument is especially made for this field service and may be securely locked in a metal box. LOCUST BORER. locust for ties and other purposes on account of its durability in contact with the ground. Black locust is also extensively planted to regenerate worn-ou- t soil, since it is a legume, as clover or cowpeas. The locust borer has recently done a large amount of damage in Kentucky. In some instances it has destroyed whole groves. In order to combat this the entomologist of the Kentucky experiment station, In with the state forester, has been conducting a study of the locust borer through the state. The damage from this insect has been repeatedly called to the attention of the state forester and is not confined to any particular section of the state, but is pretty widely scattered. None Equal to chamberlain's. "I have tried most all of the cough cures and find that there is none that equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has never failed to give me prompt relief," writes W. Y. Harner, Mont-pelleInd. 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. r, Does Large Amount of Damage In State A Method of Control Sought. A feature of forest protection which has been brought to the attention of the state forester's office is the locust borer, an insect which attacks locust trees. The black locust has been extensively planted in Kentucky for posts, and there is hardly a farm that does not utilize to a more or less extent black locust in this way. Several farm owners have planted extensive locust groves for the purpose of having posts available-wheneeded. Also the railroads and mining companies have planted black "Largest in Dixie" r Stomach Catarrh Is Very Prevalent In this climate catarrh" is a prevalent disease. Catarrh affects the stomach as often as any other organ. Perhaps every third person is more or less troubled with stomach catarrh. Peruna is extensively used In these cases. THE KLUMJ FAMILY V. ). Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated n Louisville, Kentucky. Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog but that indigestion and the distressed There Is No Question texcdZZ WHOLESALE Columns, Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, feeling which always goes with it can e promptly relieved by taking a fceforeand after each meal. 25oabox. Pxull Drug Co. Tablet PERUNA REMEDY Read Our Liberal Paper Offers H THE ADAIR THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COUNTY J open Monday from Chattanooga to Dunlap and Pikeville, Tenn. Very truly yours, Published Every Wednesday President Dixie Short Route. H BY THE C. E. James. Adair County News Company It is in reply to one written to (Incorporated.) him at the request of certain Creelsbo-ro- , CHAS. S. HARRIS, EDITOR. gentlemen here and at who favored the building of : Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest atoll road from Creelsboro to 2 cf the City of Colombia and the people of Adair this place. I share the sennd adjoining counties. timent expressed in the letter as second Entered at the Columbia that the locating of the road class mail matter. around this county will be a very SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR serious loss to it. , I can put it a rf little stronger when I say, it will WED. SEPT. 29, 1915 be a public calamity to both the town and county. With public Democratic Ticket. feeling as it is, however, I see no way to prevent it. Opportunity For Governor has knocked at the door and we A. 0. STANLEY. have failed to open to it. At my For Lieutenant Govepnor JAMES D. BLACK. age it means very little to me, For Secretary of State but U means very much to those BARKSDALE HAMLETT. who are younger than I am and For Attorney General M. M. LOGAN. who will live here in the years to HEWS Post-offi- ALWAYS A BARGAIN AT L,asey jones We are agents for 1 Below we give only a few of our Many Bargains, as we sell all of our goods atMoney Saving Prices: CURLEE'S . store g -- 2 2 . OOHPairi of boys Pantaloon Overalls at 25c '" 75ELadies:$1.00 Waists at 19c. ;S 3 Guaranteed Clothing,. Ladies Dresses and Coat Suits JLowest Prices. 100 at i j Ladies Skirts 75c and up. A Lot of Ladies $2.00 Silk Petticoats at $1 .25. LadiesjKimonas $ .50 sellers at 98c 1 5 25 25 See ourJBig Line of Ladies and Childrens Cloaks and Rain Coats at ., Bargain Prices LadiesJWhite Felt Hats at less than half price. All other Ladies Hats at Bargain Prices. . $1 .00 Velvet, all colors, at 50c per yd. A big lot of Chairs and Rockers at Bargain Prices. If you need a good Bushel Feed Basket we have it, 50c 050 Sample Barber Razor Strops, values from 50c to $2.00, our P"ce 25 c and 75 c v v v 2 2 ;2 ZZZ j For Auditor R. L. GREENE. come. For Treasurer SHERMAN GOODEASTER. For Clerk of Appellate Court RODMAN W. KEENON. For Supt. Public instruction Y. O. GILBERT. For Com of Agriculture MATT S. COHEN. For Railroad Commissioner SIDT. DOUTHITT. For State Senate E. B. TRIGG For Representative KAY MONTGOMERY. For Circuit Clerk FA. STRANGE. DIXIE HIGHWAY. Editor News: I hand you a letter just re- ceived from Mr. C. E. James, of Chattanooga, in regard to the lo cation of a bridge across Cum- -- berland river, and the routing of the Dixie short line between The opening of the Democratic Louisville and Chattanooga. The campaign at Glasgow on Monday, letter explains itself and is as the?20thof this month, perhaps follows: drew more people to the capitol September, 23rd, 1015. of Barren than were ever there Mr. H. C--. Baker; before at a political meeting. It Columbia, Ky. ifl At Highland View Stock Farm, was estimated that twelve thouDear Sir: Near Lebanon, Ky. sand of the unterrified put in their Yours of September 23rd to apperance, and enthusiasm reignWednesday, hand. I have located the bridge 1915. Mr. ed throughout the day. cssr-the Cumberland river at Stanley, our candidate for GovThere will be 22 head of Horses, some of the best bred ed. Kowena. i am very sorry that In Kentucky. 20 head of Mules. These Mules are in ernor, was the chief speaker. He your county did not conclude to . It is a condition we face not fine condition and of good size. 32 Duroc Jersey Hogs. was at his best, and the daily 20 head of Black Poll Angus Cattle, Calves, Heifers and highway through to a a theory one that' "materially, papers speak of build the it as the best . prosperity. I Steers. Hay, Corn, Oats and Straw. House and connection with the bridge at affects our future politician has Building Lots in Lebanon. directly speech the noted Rowena, or to the Russell county leave it to those more ever made. Judge J. D. Black, Terms: Sums of $20. and under, Cash. Over that line. I would not designate the and vitally interested to say how candidate for Lieutenant GoverAmount, Twelve months time and Bankable note. Dixie Short Route over any toll it shall be met. Cordial invitation extended to all. nor, and Congressman Thomas H. C. Baker. roads. If it is finally settled that also spoke. When the program JOHN B. WATHAN, your county will not connect with county poliLebanon, Ky. The Somerset Leader and the was finished Barren the Russell county line, via Cocounty ticians predicted that the lumbia. I will Issue a new Dixie Somerset Herald have been sold would give a majority in NovemOwsley, of Short Route map and leave the to Mr. Thomas M. ber for the ticket of one thousand. Louisville line out as between Lexington, and the two papers From One to Two Years. Notice. Ed Morrow has plenty jowl. " Jamestown and Columbia and will be consolidated, and a issued. Mr. R. M. He criticizes the present State Vivian Bryant, a young man about Notice is given that the Fiscal Court Campbellsville, and I will desigtwenty-onyears old, was arraigned of Adair County will on the 5th day nate the road from Danville to Feese who owned the Herald, administration, forgetting alto- before Judge Carter last Wednesday, of October, 1915, at the e will remain at Somerset and will gether that W. O. Bradley and charged with breaking into and rob- in Columbia, Adair county, Ky., reSpringfield and Louisville. I ceive bids on the purchase by said bing J. N. Murrell's store, at was very much in hopes that Co- be in the mechanical department A. E. Willson resided four years of something over twenty dol- Court of one ten ton roller, one rock each in the State Capitol, and lars in cash and an article or two of crusher, one road grader, one drill lumbia would have a road to of the run said drill. quite a with power merchandise. There what they did for the people will number of witnesses on were sides and sprinkler, andtotwo dump carts. on Rowena or Jamestown. It is a both It is only one month and two be handed down to generations a verdict was not reached until Thurs bids must be for furnishing all of The very serious loss to your county said days until the November election. yet to come. day afternoon which was. confinement above mentioned machinery, also for diverted entirely if the travel is in the penitentiary for not less than each of the above mentionedseparate-ly- . party must not around, and it looks like you The Democratic The Court reserves the right to one year nor more than two years. If leave anything undone, as every It does not matter who a Dem- he makes a- dutiful prisoner he will to accept or reject any or all of said ought to bring the matter before vote will be needed. probably be dismissed at the end of bids. This September 20th, 1915. ocrat voted for in the primary, your citizens, before the road is year. . . G. T. Hkrrifobd, Stanley, McDermott or McChes-ne- the first Judge of County Court. lost permanently, as we will not Mr. Stanley is greeted with The primary is over and a If you want good service, safe drivdesignate two roads, so if we go Mr. John A. Hobson, Greengburg, crowds at each of Democratic ticket has been se- ers and fait prices, go to was here a few days of last week, lookby Danville and Springfield, enthusiastic W. H. Wilson's. appointments. All Ed Mor- lected and every true party man ing after cattle. On Thursday he reyour town will forever lose' the his will vo.te the full State ticket. ceived a number of. head that ne to do to meet Mr. row will have Talk. Democracy and vote it, .is Farmers have been busy for the last bought in the county duriag th Dixie Short Route. Stanley is to ask the privilege. I -idling month, of August. , the battle cry. The Dixie &ort Route will be before we can.make a connection with Russell county for a through road, as its resources will be used in the building of the road through the county in the direction of Danville, by way of Rus-se- ll Springs, and an'extenfion it. from Rowena to the county line in this direction cannot be expected in the near future. The only feasible connection under existing conditions, as it seems to me, is by the Russell Springs road to Jamestown, as on this- road Russell county would have only about three and one half miles to build in order to reach the county line, and Adair only about ' eleven but without money how can we do even this much? If the Fiscal court is committed to the Liberty road for the next four or five years, no way is open to us, and this important connection the most important by far to the town and county is lost to us for many years. Tn the meantfme the travel and transportation will be diverted from us and will never be regain now - It may be years 52 25 2 52 -JFuli Assortment of Congolium Rugs at Bargain Prices. Sample Pocket Knives and Table Cutlery at . 'of regular price. Pairs" one-thir- r2 off d ;J - ;2 ;2 25 25 lViArexsl 1 '' ' I $2.50,83.50. S5.00 Tennis Slippers, mostly sold at 60c, our price 49c 200 .. 12' Atkins $1,50 Hand Saws at 98c 50 Mens Sample Silk Shirts, $1 .00 and $1 .25 values at 65c while they last. Also, a full line of Mens and Boys Shiits. 25 52 con- 5 We are always ready to serve you. Give us a trial and be vinced that we have Bargains. 2 JOINTES CASEYCOLUMBIA, !KY.STORE, 1 itiiutiiiuuuuiimuiiiiiiiiiiiiititiiiituiiUiiuiiiiiiiiititauittiUitiiiiitiitiittitiiiiitiitiitutiiii PUBLIC SALE $ October 20, semi-week- ly e court-hous- Cray-craf- t, semi-weekl- y. - y. . 45-2- 44-t- f. tea-day- s, - .: . k 4 i"l vt "T&E ADAIR COTJNTY.'NEWS t- 5- - saJ n Personals? Mr. 13. C. Graham, of Greensburg, was here last week representing a fire ) i Insurance Company. Mr. C. S. Harris is on a business trip to Richmond, Va. Dr. O. P. Miller returned to a med- ical university of Louisville last week. This will be his last year. Lebanon; W. C. Yates, Edmonton; E. Mr. Virgil Bass, Burkesville, was L. Fisher, Glasgow; W. C. Prather, St Louis; Mat Englaman, Campbellshere a few days ago. ville; Frank Tolliver, 'Lebanon, Tenn ; - Mr. C. W. Walls returned last week C. B Reed, Gainsboro, Tenn. irom a business trip to Louisville and Monticello. Mr. B. H. Gilpin was here from Campbellsville last Thursday. Mr J. T, Gowdy, Campbellsvjlle, was here Thursday. A Thoroughbred. Mrs. CordaEosenfield, who has been with her daughter, Mrs. C. M. (By Edttakd J. Denneen.) Mt. Yernon, 111., for several months, returned home last week. Stranger!- - She's the durndest thing Mr. John P. Young, State agent for Risin' four yeaild this spring, The New York Underwriters, was Bought her in Detroit one day, here last Thursday. Drove her home here, all the way: Mr. Geo R. Miller made his regular She's a beauty, black as ink, trip to Columbia last week. Set of eyes that never blink When you're on the road at night, Mr. Edgar Reed spent several days And the goin' isn't right. of last week in Louisville. Over roads both good and bad Mr. Vernon Holt, Jamestown, was She just tears away like mad, in Columbia the latter part of last And no matter what her stride j week. Ne'er a drop is on her hide. Mrs. Luther Williams, Montpelier, Lightning struck Si. Perkins' barft, ,, was with relatives here last ThursGot there first and gave alarm, ' day. Took out every horse and cow, " Mrs. J. N. Page left Thursday ' Most the wagons and-- plow, morning for Monticello, where she Lucky that I had her then Minutes counted more'n men. will spend a month or two with her She ain't scared of any band, "daughter, Mrs. R. A. Myers. Drive her up and' let her stand, Mr. R. L. Gowdy and wife, CampDoesn't need a hitchin' strap, bellsville, spent Thursday night at the " Mever had to say liome of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ottley She's middlln' size,' not big nor smaU while en route for Burkesville. It's nature's way; and best of all. Mr. Press Sandidge, a prominent Her pedigree, Irve got it straight, attorney of Burkesville, was here It's registered in our own State, tending court, a day or two of last She's from the best of stock all round, week. A thoroughbred in every pound. Mrs. Jo Young, of Cumberland coun- The man who raised her and her strain, Proudly gave them all his name, ty, is visiting the families of Mr. R. They're what made his reputation, K. and Mr L. M. Young, her sons. And spread it over all Creation. Mr. A. T. Caldwell and Mr. R. L. "Sell her!" No not on your life, Witty, insurance agents, Glasgow, I'd as soon part with my wife. spent Thursday night in Columbia. Money piled up by the cord Mr. E. A. Strange was here from Wouldn't buy her, Marrowbone last Friday. SHE'S MY FORD. Mr. M. Cravens spent Saturday and Sunday with his family here. Desirable Property for Sale. Miss Ellen Burton, who has been visiting her brother, Mr. H. O. BurMy residence, on Burkesville street, ton, in South Carolina, returned home in the town of Columbia, is for sale. Friday night. last The purchaser will be given a barMr. and Mrs. W. E. Faulkenburg gain. is comparatively new, two and little son, Ralph, from James- stories, It and contains six rooms and town, came down in their car and basement, and two halls. Splendid spent Sunday with Dr. S. P. Miller water at the door. and family. L. M. Young, Columbia, Ky. Dr. S. P. Miller was called to Aman-davill- e Mr. J. I. Ingram abd wife, of Fancy Prairie, 111., are visiting relatives in Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Ingram are both natives Of iAdair, the former being a brother of Mr. H. B. Ingram and the latter a sister of Mrs. H. B. Ingram. The following traveling salesmen were registered at the Staples House last week: A. N. Oliver, Nashville; Strong Hill, Glasgow; C. E. Dudgeon, BEST CARRIAGE RUBBER KELLY SPINGFIFLD, PUT ON AND GUARANTEED BY OOITF BROTHERS. Gradyville. - Additional Locals. - are having Weather this week. vWe. - delightful Bar-net- t, ', a "gid-dap!- Joel Rodgers was at Greens-bur- g last Saturday. Mrs. W. C. Christie has been on the sick list for the past week. G. T. Flowers returned from Louisville the first of the week. Allen Rose, of Keltner, was in our midst last Friday looking after his milling interest. Charles Sparks and his son, John W. attended the Horse Cave fair last week. 'Born; "to; the wife of . Wneeler., on tne zznd, a son.. Mother and child doing nicely, Robert ;0. Keltner spent a:day or so in Columbia last week. Our farmers are sowing wtfeat thisCweek. pr Silas Cain bought Beveral mQIe colts last week. Price not known. L. Fielders is having a lot of saw logs cut this week, preparatory for the Greensburg market. W. P. Flowers and wife spent a day or so in Columbia by the bedside of their grandson, Earl D.-Cand-oats Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KY. Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire and Barbed Wire at 20 per cent, less than Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed Rubber Roofing at less than Market. He is selling a great many articles in these lines at less than wholesale price. Write for prices. . AH Wheat Ground should be Rolled Before Seeding. " Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up "This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. Mason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c. Quarts 45c. ' Half Gallons 70c. . International Harvester Company's 8 Disc Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure Spreaders at 25 per cent, off wholesale prices. L , McCandless. 46-t- f. Monday to see Miss Myr-ti- e Morgan, who had been quite ill for several days at his home, but was taken home Sunday. Miss Nell Williams visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Williams, Montpelier, from Friday till Monday. Mrs. Luther Williams, Montpelier, visited relatives in Columbia last week. Miss Mattie Taylor will leave for Middlesboro the latter part of this week. Earl, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCandless, is improving. Mr. W. T. Ottley is now able to te on the square, but he has to use crutches. Mr. J. H. Kinniard and Mr. Curt Bell, Red Lick, were here Monday. Judge Kinnaird and Hon. M. O. Scott, Edmonton, were here the first of the week. Mr. Walter McKinney and wife, Jamestown, came, to Columbia Sunday, to .see little Earl McCandless. Mr. T. R. Stults is at home, from I Lancaster. Mr. J. T. Goodman, Rowena, was here Monday, en route to the Louisville Conference. His son, Raymond, accompanied him to this place. Mrs. Lena Paull returned from St. Joseph's Infirmary last Sunday. Her-sche- l, Mrs. W. D. Jones and little son, who visited all summer at the home of Mrs. Jones' father, Judge H. Rev. Frank C. Baker, left for their home, Knox-TillTenn., the middle of last week. U. B. church and evening. .Miss Madge Bosenfield left this morning for Elizabethtown where she extended. will meet Miss Edna Lewis, and the Cumberland two will visit the Goodman family, Glasgow, spending a week or ten days; af Burkesville e, Charles Morrison and wife visited friends and relatives in Green county last Saturday and Sunday. W. L. Grady will begin work, in a very short time, on an xtra large feed barn, on his lot he got from Mr. Keltner. Mrs. Annie E. Walker and her daughter, Miss Mildred, ' of Columbia, visited relatives and Goes to the Penitentiary. friends here one day last week. Lisle The case of the State against Walker & Pulliam, of Nell, Bailey, of color, charged with killing Jack Barger, also colored, tne jury passed through here the first of rendered a verdict Monday morning, the week with several fine mule fixing Bailey's punishment from six colts that they bought in Columand a half to fifteen years. The jury had the case from Saturday night. It bia, last Monday, at prices from agreed as to guilt soon after going to $50 to $60. their room, but was divided as to Mrs. Jo Patte3on, of Columbia ime. The verdict was a compromise. in company with Mrs. Sam When in Columbia leave your horse White, of Florida, were guests and buggy at W. H. Wilsan's. They of uncle Charlie Yates and his will be well cared for daughter, Miss Ella, last WedSunday School Attendance. nesday. We understand from the citi118 Methodist community that the 98 zens in the Christian 88 work on the new Baptist church, Baptist 41 Presbyterian below this place, will begin at is All box stalls at W. H. Wilson's an early date. The lumber being prepared and the building feed and livery stable. will go up at once. Lucy, a little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Todd, met vtith an acciMr. and Mrs. C. Gowen, of dent last Sunday. She and Mr. Hor- Sparksville, were in our midst ace Jeffries' children were playing at her parents' home when she fell, cut- last Friday. Mr. Gowen was ting a severe gash in her forehead. looking after a few crops of old A physician was called, who dressed finishing up his last the wound, the little girl at this tobacco for years purchase. time being on her way to recovery. -e-- Prices. International Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent. less than I. H. C. Prices. Prices good while stock lasts We also sell the Superior Wheat Drills, the Oliver Chilled Plows the farmers best friend, Bellvue Disc Harrows and Walter A. Wood Smoothing Harrows. Yours For Your Good Will, H. C. $i Woodson Lewis, $$$$$$ rc $$$$$$xM V& && " Ford Automobiles The Ford is not only the Cheapest but the best AUTOMOBILE on the market. None its Equal for this country, in Economy, in Upkeep and Durability. 44-- tf Price in Columbia $461.95. All kinds of Repairs for Ford Cars kept in stock at our Garage. :7 - 44-t- f. Sandusky Bros., Agents, & Columbia, Kentucky. Turner" will preach at any of his for sale. The tobacco next Sunday forenoon burg, spent a few days here last men, spent a few days on the toA cordial invitation is week visiting his relatives. He that was selling was only bring-ininformed us that everything was bacco market of Louisville last any where from $&50'fo week. Mr. Dowell informed us Circuit Court will open moving along nicely at next 'Monday. that tobacco' was so very low $7.00 per hundred. g Mr. Opher Moss, of Greens Mr. Thos. Dowell, one of our best citizens as well as business he m nofc offer ?l THEJADAIRICOUNTY NEWS (Continued from page 2.) Great Impetus Given Read road-makin- Royse City, Texas . Columbia Druggist Pleases Cus tomers. ife k- -O " -- t ; g The Paull Drug Co-- , reports customfinest material ers greatly pleased with Quick action known, a material that will cover and enjoy it very much. You of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, your macadam roads with water- see I was raised within three etc. , as mixed in Alder-i-kThis simoldjfoul matter proofing a thousand times more miles of Columbia, and have vis- ple remedy drains the from the bowels so THOROUGH that indestructible than oil; a sub- ited there three times in the last ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost Are never disappointed when they visit stance hard, yet elastic, that is eight years, and hope to visit ANY CASE of constipation, sour or our store. No bigger stock, no better as enduring as marble. And yet old Adair once more. My friends gassy stomach. It is so powerful that it is used successfully in appendicitis this vast and priceless deposit to- there won't write or answer my Adler-i-k- a values anywhere "Most for your Monnever gripes and the INday is reached only by dirt roads letters, so I have quit writing to STANT action is surprising. Adv. ey" is our Motto. that are almost impassable. This them. However, I thought We compete successfully with catalouge offers From North Carolina. is a disgrace to Kentucky. I probably they might like to hear "and in many iustances give better values. would see, and I hope to see, the from their friends and relatives Lattimore, Sept. 10, 1915. Write to us if you are not able to visit Louisville labor or convicts, as well, as in the Lone Star State and would Editor News: others employed in the develop- write to The News and see if One by one the heroes of Adair ment of these great quarries, and you would publish this letter, county Kentucky, fall before the I hope to see this, the greatest I see you are trying to vote a grim destroyer. Bros. & Wellendorff, with intense sorrow, g material ever known bond for road building, which I I learn INCORPORATED that the venerable Dr. U. L. 522 & 524 W. Market Street spread over 5,000 miles of boule- think will be one of the best inTaylor has crossed with the boat"Efficiency" has made our growth possible. vard all over Kentucky, from vestments the county ever made. man's pole to the undiscoyered mountains to Mills Points. (Great Last spring I spent several weeks country. applause') He was a man of versatile in our Bell county, where they I could talk to you for a week voted a six hundred thousand gifts, and withal a Christian upou this subject. Oh, it means dollar bond for road purposes, gentleman. While an octegenarian when so much to Kentucky, as a State, and they told me that land valthe dread summons came, he - and there is much to expect from ues were nearly doubled in a preserved his bodily vigor, his The careful mother, who watches too powerful for a child. The homes of from the developments of good year or two, and it was a pleasiosely the physical peculiarities of her Mrs. Carrie McDonald. 103G Trigs Ave., mental development; and best of hildren, will soon discover that the Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Grif roads. No other State in the ure to travel in that county and all; his moral and spiritual na- nost important thins in connection with fith. Veechdale, Ky., are always supplied i child's constant good health is to keep with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with he bowels regularly open. Sluggish them, as with thousands of others, there Union has such a variety and the farmers could market their ture and attributes. jowels will be followed by loss of appe- is no substitute for this grand laxative. y It is really more than a laxative, for it No profession is brought with tite, restlessness during sleep, wealth of undeveloped resources: produce at anytime when they and a dozen and one similar evi- contains superior tonic properties which physical disorder. help to tone and strengthen the more coal than Pennsylvania, could do nothing else. Temple greater possibilities or for deg- dences offirst sign of such disorder give liver and bowels so that afterstomach, a brief At the dispensed can the child a teaspoonful radation than that of the physi- Svrup Pepsin at night of Dr. C."i well's use of it all laxatives do be own work. on retiring and with and nature will more hardwood than any other and Belton are thriving towns its repeat the dose the following night if Anyone wishing to make a trial of this cian. necessary more than that will scarcely remedy before buying it in the regular Commonwealth between the and the pike roads are giving druggist at be will find child Next to the Roman Catholic willneeded. You accustomedthat thespirits way ofaa large bottle fifty cents or one (family size) can dollar good recover its Mississippi and the Pacific and them a big boost Also all the have a sample bottle sent to the homo at once and will eat and sleep normally. free of charge by simply addressing Dr. confessional, he learns more This remedy is a vast improvement 403 Washington St. more acres of fertile soil than small towns are given an impe- secrets of human fraility than over salts, cathartics, laxative waters "W. B. Caldwell.Your name and address Monticello. 111. u and similar things, which are altogether on a postal card v. ill do. any other State of like area be- tus in the county. If those bonds any other calling, and has more tween the two oceans. Our soil fail to carry, you are surely left opportunities to be licentious. Like the teacher of youth, he starvation, and then attributed produces a greater variety of and you even ought not to have WELL DRILLER to the Lord. If a patient rehas a poor opportunity to prove it products than any other on this a place on the map. covered in spite of their ignorant his merits. I will drill wells in Adair and earth. Why is it that the wealth Well, from parties from KenThe lawyer or the minister and barbarous practice, then the of the plain are not developed? tucky I am told you have fair can charm or sway by his elo- doctor claimed the glory. adjoining counties. See me be It is because the people of the crops, notwithstanding an ex- quence; but the doctor ministers The same rule applies to teachfore contracting. Latest immountains cannot reach the cess of rain. Crops here are to people who generally do not ers. . If a teacher is related by wealth of the plains, and the fairly good, especially the grain distinguish between skill and blood or marriage to school trus- proved machinery of all kinds. tees and belongs to church of people of the plains cannot avail crop. Cotton crop will be short, charlatanism. Pump Repairing Done. Give When it comes to blowing his county superintendent and votes themselves of the wealth of the caused by two months without own horn, I commend you to the his ticket, the same is a great me a Call. mountains because of the cost rain, then two weeks of exces-siv- s quack in any calling. An "In- teacher. of getting from one to the other. rain, which has injured it to jun doctor" can boast of 'skill to If, however, he is a free and C. YATES This is eliminated by connecting fearless thinker, and exponent some extent, but' what we have which an eminent physician or of ideas, he is "unsafe." them by great highways. It will surgeon dare not lay claim. is bringing paying prices. There - increase the fertility of the soil Dr. U. L. Taylor was not If he does not carry a face are many Kentuckians in this A Splendid taught, in his medical course, long enough to eat oats out of a and the richness of the mines county I have never seen, but Clubbing Bargain that flies and mosquitoes are car- churn, he is regarded as ribald and the vast wealth of the forWe Offer from Adair county. Mary Sher- riers of diseases, or that tuber- and seditious. If he ever smiles est. he Adair County News rill, son and daughter live here culosis is a preventable disease. or says any thing funny, and Upon the great movement rests does not use the snuffling cantand and are jogging along alright. Neither was he taught anythe happiness and the prosperity The Cincinnati thing about germs, microbes, ing tone of Cromwell's hypocritd I run across many old greatest people on earth, ical ''roundheads," he is adof the eral soldiers in Texas and from bacteria; or the sterilization of judged guilty of very unseemly Weekly Enquirer the people who live and who exsee instruments. the inclosed slip you will levity. Both One pect to die in Old Kenttcky, But when younger men, of living here from Year there is three From all such pious frauds God bless her. better opportunities, by means For Only Cumberland and Adair county, may the good Lord deliver me, of microscopic tests, found out Subscription may be Action of Single spoonful Sur- one from New York, one from these things; he caught step and I know that to this senti new or renewal Tennessee, but was in a Ken- with the vanguard, and boldly ment, all honest and intelligent prises Many. What the WeeKiy Enquirer is beings say, Amen. one from became a herald of new discovColumbia people who bought the tucky regiment, the It is issued every Thursday, subscripI do hone the people of Adair tion price $1.00 per year, and it Is one of simple mixture of buckthorn bark, Wisconsin used to live here but eries. the best home metropolitan weeklie'of toglycerine, etc,, known as Adler-i-kday. It has all the facilities of the great Not so with the small fry fogy. county will build some good now of Corpus Christie. His visDAILY ENQUIRER for obtatniag the are surprised at the INSTANT effect roads. Every material developEvery "one of them yelled in morworld's events, and for that reason can of. a SINGLE SPOONFUL. This it here suggested our dinner. giue you all the leading news. It carries tal agony that the fly, mosquitoes ment is hampered by the execra a carries a great omount of valuable farm remedy is so complete a bowel cleanser Hoping to visit the old rock matter, crisp editorirls and reliable ble highways. rat, bat and other unclean pests that it is used successfully in appendimarket reports: Its numerous deribbed State in the near future were handiwork of Omnipotence Gome to North Carolina and partments malce It a necessity 'to every acts on BOTH upper citis. Adler-i-k- a ome. farm or business man. and lower bowels and ONE SPOON-Fu- l and hoping this letter will not that consumption is "inherited" we'll show .you fine, sand-claThis grand offer Is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for relieves almost ANY CASE of and no germ was in existence roads. My township voted $50,-00- 0 basket, fall into the waste the above combination right now. Call constipation, sour or gassy stomach. bonds, and we are building or mail orders tr unless as large as a terrapin. I am yours Sincerely, ONE MINUTE after you take it the The Adair CeuiUy News, Old doctors had no surgical fine roads. gasses rumble and pass out. Paull W. T. Carter. Columbia, Ky. Shelby is a younger town than Drug Co. Adv. instruments but barlow knives. Columbia, and has 4,000 populaWatch Your Children 9 delegates at j children do not let parentatoow handsawsnoand darning needles, tion. The soil of Adair is much Lieut. Governor Edward Five hundred Often idea of an antiseptic. and had tended the annual convention of they are constipated. They fear somehas been invited to open Another thing about old doc more fertile than that of Cleve thing distasteful. TbeywflllikeRexall Orderlies1 a mild laxative that tastes the Christian church at Madison tors, most of them killed out land, and climate just as solubri- - the Democratic campaign at like sug&r.oSold paly by vm, lO.ceote. Kelvin L. White. Paull Drug Co. lle( Owensboro. their patients by thirst and ous. Editor News: I read The News every week Visitors to Louisvi Looking For a. Carpets, Rugs and Linoleum! Biggest Carpet and Rug Store Dubbuch road-makin- owe Is are Basis of Child Health irrita-oilit- J. ex-Fe- $1.35 .- - a, te y Mc-Derm- ott THE ADAIR COUNTY:NEWS The school at this place is HENRY W. DEPP, progressing nicely under the Corn cutting and road working management of Darrell Strange DENTISTI is the occupation. Some are and Miss Bessie Epperson. A Am permanently located in Col moonlight school will be opened plowing for wheat. "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- m ceived from the use of Thedford's lumbia. next Monday night. writes Master Walker Maupin, who Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Petty are All Classes of Dental work done. Crow has been quite .sick with fever, "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, cl$e and Inlay work a Specialty? in Louisville this week. Mrs. is better. liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe ht Petty who has been in feeble All Work Guaranteed saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, Mr. Rice Phelps and wife, of health for the past two years, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Office over G. W. Lowe's Russell Co., were visitors at the made them break out, and she has had no day will consult Dr. Abell with a homeof J.SH. Barger one Shoe Store more trouble. I shall never be without view of undergoing an operation. day and night last week. They Mrs. Jane Campbell sold a also visited Johnny Hayes and J. H. Stone J. B. Stonb milch cow to Elroy Roe for $30. family, near Concord. BLACK-DRAUG- HT R. G. Murphy has removed his Stone & Born, to the wife of "Cooch" old store building across .the Conover, Sept., 2, a son. MothAttoney-At-Labranch and will convert it into a er and baby doing well and in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- barn. The removal of this old JIJ Will practice in "Cooch" doing tolerably well. ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar structure from the front of the ailments, Thedford's ht has proved itself a safe, this and adjoining counties. Rev. Thomas and wife the dwelling adds much to the looks A reliable, erentle and valuable rem pdv n holiness preachers, of the property-Rev- . Jamstown, Kentucky : II A If VOU Suffer from anv of these rnmntaints. frv Rfarfr- - A are holding a meeting afc freeH. Stotts and family have " Draught. It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e dom. Several from here .attendremoved from this place to years of splendid success proves its value. Good for ed Sunday. young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. 3J A daughter of John Roy, who Sparksville. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Last Saturday was the birth lives near Roy, has typhoid fever. Eye Specialist day anniversary of both Mr. and E. A. McKinley will leave for Mrs. W. A. Janes, and so their Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals Louisville and Cincinnati in the friends surprised them with a Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on morning, on a business trip. birthday dinner. Neither of Jamestown road. meeting at Shiloh,. con- them had received an intimation Phone 114 G, The ducted by Eld. Daniel, closed that such a project was on foot Columbia, Ky. with six professions, three by until about 11 o'clock that morn Business Pho el3! baptism and three reclaimed. ing when the guests began to 4e!dence Phone-1- B Nat White, who spent two arrive with well filled baskets. N. MURRELL with Counting men, women and chil- DR. weeks very pleasantly presfriends at this place, returned dren there were fifty-fiv- e 1DENT1ST to his home at Neatsburg last ent. At the noon hour the tables were spread with the boun- Office, Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g week. conomy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence tiful repast and after all had eatGeorge R. Montgomery is progup Stairs. A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick ressing nicely with his school at en to their satisfaction they re- Kentucky paired to the shades of the trees Columbia, Rainfall. He. has always been a and satisfactory fence. where an afternoon of social quiet, industrious boy and we converse was spent. And all who NOTE THE PRICE. are glad to speak a word of comwere present declare that it will Notice mendation for him. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c be many days before the event, General BlacKsmithlng Josh Montgomery and family is forgotten. Mr. Janes was Buzzy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly ,c u gg u u q. a lgt visited relatives near Cane Val- thirty-threrj " e years old that day done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Sped " 20c ley last Saturday and Sunday. while Mrs. Janes was thirty-tw" 32 " " l 8 " 6" attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and visit-hMrs. Bell, of Montpelier, satisfaction Guaranteed. " 18c " 8 " 9 " " 32 " " Ozark. Saved Girl's Life Black-Draught," - . S Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht J J 9 J J J J 9 J J Stone. jj 5 J 5 a w Black-Draug- well-know- 8 Iv. H. Jones Special Notice ! Qreensburg, Ky. Woodson Lewis J. to the Public f I o. er U 11 9 9 5 6 9 " " 39 39 " -- li " " "" "" daughter, Mrs. J. C. Mont" 22c gomery, at this place, recently. 20c ." sister at this place last week and BuynowJbef ore the advance. We have 30,000 rods attended the meeting. subjectjto your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as Several in this neighborhood Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. Misses Ida and Alice Conover, of Gentry's Mill, visited their to Quality and Price. A full, Complete Wagons stock of the Celebrated ThornhiH 'Satisfaction, or your money back." have been summoned as witnesses, to attend court, in the suit of the Montgomery heirs. Jake Gabbert sold Mrs. Reeves a nice mare and colt a few days ago. Will close by saying fon'tjforget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth ing, both at old prices. Wc wonderful Antiseptic Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot1 Germs and infection aggravate ailPHONErNO.175 ments and retard healing. Stop that JEFF PARSON, infection at once. Kill the germs and Campbellsville, Ky get rid of the poisons. For this purpose a single application of Sloan's Liniment not only kills the pain but DENTAL OFBTCEJ destroys the germs. This neutralizes infection and gives nature assistance by overcoming congestion and gives a chance for the free and normal flow of DENTIST the blood. Sloan's Liniment is an OVER PAXJTiT. 3DRUO- OO. emergency doctor and should be kept constantly on hand. 25c, 50c. The Columbia, Ky. $1.00 size contains six times as much OBTICB PHONI RES FHONK 39. as the 25c. AtThePaull Drug Co. A Dr. James Triplett that the Adv. old ladies of our community, have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything USBig Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Lime for this month, only 90c. The Democratic campaign will be opened in Louisville on the A. Bryant and aunt Sytha Con28th at the Masonic theatre when over remain quite feeble. Mrs. Hon. A. 0. Stanley and others Susan Bryant, another of our will speak. oldestandmost highly respected Mrs. T. J. Bryant, Mrs. Martha TIN WORK. I am prepared to do any kind of Tin ladies keeps fairly well. Health and Happiness Depends Up- Work, Hoofing, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythin61n ray The Next Best Thing To The Pine line or repair work in tin or sheet iron, Overli. W. Bennetts's Store. Forest Tor Colds Is Pine-Tar-Honey Surveying Landowners Attention. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do C. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON t your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e HHflp Special Fktulo, Poll-evi- l, VKBBiBBBV years Attnetin to Eyes Spavin oraaywr-ica- l work done at lair prices. 1 am veil fixed to take care of itock. Mob dae wbea work is doae or iteck removed from stables. LtUTMN-KE- AtP mm experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or which Dr. Bell's on Your Liver. very root of cold troubles, That sluggish liver with its sluggish goes to the and gives relief flow of bile is what mdkes the world It clears the thraat clogged and stuffed feeling, look so dark at times. Dr. King's it torn that New Life Pills go straight to the root The pines have ever been the friend away colds. Moreof the difllcultyby waking up the ac- of man in driving qualities are petion of the liver and increasing the over, the bile. Dr. King's New Life Pills cause culiarly effective in fighting children's the bowels to act more freely and colds. Remember that a cold broken posdrive away those "moody days." 25c. at the start greatly removes the 25c. At of complications. Adv sibility a bottle. AtPaull Drug Co. Adv. PaullPrug Co. pine-hcne- y S. E. Bridgwaters, KentucKy Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1915, as far as reported. Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates: Glasgow, Sept. 29 1 days Adairville, Sept. 30 3 days Cave City, Oct. 4- -6 days Murray, Oct. 6 4 days. coffins, caskets, Dfrigt. write T. C. Faulkner, J Columbia. Kf, IWH5 i JEHIEKCE esmfitOTILLE !tTCT. Fodder pullingis in full blast Vilna and a big pfeone&S. in this section and everything is sians to abandon Russian forcemagr.be surrendered 45.1 vr guilt. vyvl VrAjjl -. keep on hands a full stock of robes. also keep The envelopment of Gen. Von Metallic Caskets,and Steel IBoxes and and Hindenburg.has forced the Rus- two hearses. Prompt servlee night Besidence Phone 29, offlc I or-da- J. xnpteco, Cehmbfe, Xy ' c THE'ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS WAR: SITUATION. The Germans have penetrated HAS NEW LEASEON LIFE 44444404444 4444444444444? .r - - Russian 'advanced positions DOYLE SAYS southwest of Dvinsk, on the Dvina, in their recent renewed offensive movement against this important city, which lies on the Declares Tanlac- - Relieved Him route to Petrograd. of Indigestion and SlugLatest reports seem to indicate that the bulk of the Rusgishness. sian armies retreating from Vilna have escaped Field Marshal von'Hindeubur&'s encircling movement, although German official statement records a continuation of the pursuit, with the capture of some prisoners. Paris continues to record the success of the French artillery in inflicting damage on German positions along the western front in the battle of big guns that has been raging for more than three weeks. The response of the German artillery to French fire upon troops constructing new earthworks in the Argonne is reported to have beati feeble. Several German ammunition de pots were blown up by the French cannonade in the Champagne district, it is claimed. Berlin asserts thai an attack apparently directed by the French against the cemetery positions at Souchez was broken up by the German artillery. The success of a German airman in shooting down a French aero plane in a battle with- - two French aviators is reported It is reported through Hotter-dathat the Germans "have heavily reenforced their lines in Belgium and have restored and strengthened the fortifications at Lille, in France, in anticipation of a possible general offensive by the forces before the beginning of the autumn rains. Bulgaria's mobilization order is reported from Atheps to have included, up to midnight on Wednesday, tweuty-eigclasses of troops. Berlin dispatches indicate that the third German war loan, subscriptions to which closed yesterday, will prove a marked success, estimates being that the total subscriptions will far exceed those of the second loan, which to-day-- Empire 4 -- u . jn Superior vn Grain Drills, Field Seeds and Fertilizers. ? M.'-f- Louisville, Ky., Sept., 28 M. J. H; Doyle, of 1127 West Jefferson street, 's 41 Jt . this city, says Tanlac taught him to 1 '?- ?"'""-relish hisfood after he supposed he permanently. had lost 'his appetite Mr. Doyle is a route man for the Adams Express Company. "My digestion was all out of shape," he said recently. "It got to be so bad that I ate almost nothing, and didn't once, so we.. Repairs you need for your Drills enjoy what I did eat. After a meal I felt worse than I had before. Warm Weather made me feel listless and no May get them in our Freight Shipment. account, but in cold weather, and especially in damp weather, I was subRespectfully, ject to bad colds. "I dragged along with my work in way. My nerves were a shape. I didn't sleep well. in bad "In the course of my business it was suggested to me several times that I try Tanlac, and I decided to do it. The firsfcbottledidmea world of good, and now I feel as though I had a new lease on life. I am glad to tell others how muchgood this remarkable medicine' has done me, in the hope that others, may derive as much benefit 26. 100 yard dasb boys 14 and under, . . Clubbing Offer. from it as'Jhave." : . Knife Moss &r Wilson : .' Tanlac, the peerless preparation, FOR A NEW STOMACH sey 27. Running Broad Jump, $1 Shirt-Canow be obtained in Columbia at ,' Fdr tf'sliortr time we make the folcan Jones' Store. It 13 said that one of America's best known Page & Taylor drug store. a man who ruined his di28. Half Mil'eRace, boys "any age. lowing offer, one of the best we baveof the News. gestion in the pursuit of wealth stated that Judge Hurt.' .. . " ,ever given to the readers 8L cash, he would pay a million doHars-fo- r a new Educational Rally. Potato Race. bovs 14 and under. Here is the proposition: stomach. ' ip " Cash 1 Bennett & Smith. But, while surgeons have become very The Adair Oounby.23e.ws skillful in performing operations that were rZQ. Wheelbarrow Race, girls 15 and .Following is the' program for the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, once considered impossible, nobody has over. Not more than two entries from stepped forward and offered to sell hi3 stomSchool Rally to be held at Columbia each educational division. Box "of The Housewifej ach to that millionaire. Your stomach is. October the 8th: Reliable Poultry Journal,,. fruitand candies, Nell & Hill. worth more than a million dollars to you. It 1. School parade. & is LIFE to you. 31. Relay Race, 4 boys from each Farm Journal. . American Flag to the school havThis millionaire's stomach h so ruined by R. educational division. Cash 84-- W. AH the papers'! for one, except abuse that it can never be made "as good as ing the greatest percent., of the pu- Myers & Son. But YOUR stomach, pils and patrons present at the rally. the last named Jand that will be sent new" by any medicine. can be restored t its if properly aided NOW 32. Egg Race, girls 14 and under. Attendance will be based on census j for five years. a normal condition. Cash $1 John D. Lowe. report of the district Russell & Go. If YOU suffer from indigestion, "heart81.65 takes the entire lot. If you Running High Jump, Cosh 81 Goff burn," ga3 in stomach, foul breath, sense of 3. American Flag to district having fullness after eating, sour stomach, and will want them subscribe at once. per cent in attendance, Bros. second highest act NOW instead of delaying longer, yot number of points won (calculutedsameas above.) 34. Highest -- w can get PROMPT relief. Closing Out Sals. 4. Spelling Contest (written.) Flag by any educational division. AmerDR.THACHER'S by Joe Patteson. ican Flag two schools in Columbia. 5. Declamatory Contest for boys any (Flag goes to the school of that divisBlood I am closinout my stock of 'goods. of age. 81 cash Dr. Triplett. ion) winning greatest number will set your stomach right, and do it quickly. Dress goods, trimmings of alt kinds, It will stimulate and regulate your liver, 6. Recitation for girl, any age," $1 points ) shoes, mens hats, clothing, carpets, at which supplies bile to the stomach. It will cash Rapid Transit Co. thus provide the stomach with JUST WHAT Best Essay on "The Progiess of Call and get IT NEEDS in order to do its wonderful work greatly reduced-prices- . The Roily committee did not delMoonlight Schools in Kentucky," Valof digestion more perfectly. power of settling con- my prices before you buy. It will lubricate your bowels, and cause uable Book Mrs. Cora Wilson Stew- egate to us any Mrs. W. L. Walker. S them to move naturally and gently. It will tests. We can recognize for contests art. get your whole digestive "Workshop" into reported to us as el-- ( here only those 8. Best Exhibit or Display of work workine order, cleanse it, ou up tne Tnacmndivision secretaries. For Sale. from any rural school, American fla-g- igible by the ery, strengthen it and you11 be AMAZED Should there be any question as to t by the change. First National Bank. Your appetite will improve. Food will eligibility of any one and changes are 9 Best Reader of First Grade .who such notice I wish to sell my property located on taste GOOD to you. There will be no more has entered school this year. Val made, we must receive aggregated $2,140,000,000. secretary. Campbellsville street. Good 8 room discomfort or pains. You'll feel STRONGER. from division Tobias Life will be better worth the living. Recent reports that Turkish uable BooleApple Huffaker. DO IT NOW give your stomach the reTeachers and division secretaries house and 2 acre lot and all necessary 10. Best Cash 31 Dr. Pie. you are like the supplies were running short are Cartwright. should see that essays and work for out buildings. Will sell at a bargain. lief it is calling for, before is millionaire, whose stomach now BEYOND E. L. Sinclair. by Thursreiterated in private reports 11. Best Loaf Lightbread. Cash $1 exhibit should be on hand REPAHt. Dealers sell 50c and $1.00 bottles.' day eve before the Rally, so it may be brought to Switzerland from Rob Reed. THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY; Accidentally Shot. Chattanooga, Tennessee.'' Constantinople. It is declared 12. Best i Dozen Biscuit. Cash 81 placed on exhibit for being judged early Friday morning. F. A. Rosenbaum, Grocer. For Sale By Page & Taylor. that because of the lack of raw 13. R. R. Moss, Pres. Rally Com. Best! Dozen Muffins. Box of Robert Stapleton, who lives on " material 2,000 workmen from Stationary Dr. Murrell. W. M; Wilson, Sec, " Rally at Little Cake. Green river, a married man, about the Krupp plant in Germany are 14. Best I dozen ears of corn. (Not twenty-fiv- e years old, met with a very idle in the Ottoman capital. more than two entries from each di- MUCh ADLER-I-KThe following are the oame3 of t he USED serious accident a few days ago. He eligibles from the 4th division to enLittle further light has been vision and corn must have been grown was preparing to go hunting, his gun IN COLUMBIA. thrown on Bulgaria's attitude on the farm exhibiting same.) One being a muzzle loading double barrel ter the Rally at Columbia in October: 22 rifle Jeffries Hardware Store. Recitation for girls Hallie Chelf. gun. He had toward the belligerents, the latIt is reported by Paull Drug Co., shot was raminsr theloaded inone barrel Best apple pie Esther Bryant. 15. Best half dozen Irish potatoes. load the sec is sold in Co- and est report being contained in a Good Knife Reed & Miller. that much Adler-i-k- a Best light bread Annie Bowin. load diswhen the London newspaper dispatch last 16. Best glass apple jelly, made by lumbia. People have found out that ond barrel The contentsfirst into his Best i dozen biscuits Edyth Chelf. went of this simple charged. night from Sofia that Premier school girl, premium value 82 Paull ONE SPOONFUL glycerine mixture left side. At first it was thought that Best 1 dozen, muffins Nellie Gose bark and buckthorn Best! dozen Irish potatoes Walter Radoslavoff had announced to Drug Co. the shot would prove fatal, but it is Bowin 17. Neatest patch on calico. (By relieves almost ANY CASE of constihis followers the singing of a school girl any age.) Cash $1 Dr. pation, sour or gassy stomach. It is now said that he is slowly recovering. Best apple jelly Edith Chelf so powerful that it is used successfully convention with Turkey for the Flowers. Neatest patch on calico Bertha There are ten prisoners in the future maintenance of armed 18. Best made gingham apron. in appendicitis. ONE MINUTE af- Adair county bastile. Hovious rumble Best made gingham apron Eltha neutrality on the part of Bul- (Hand made by school girl any age.) ter you take it the gasses safe to and use Set Cups and Saucers Albin Murray. pass out. It is perfectly Dunbar. garia. Strayed. Adv. and cannot gripe. Best specimen of manual training-Gl- en Reports from the Italian front 19. Best specimen of Manual TrainBendrickson ing (judged from workmanship and are five stray hogs at my T?here are that snows already are ren- difficulty in making.) Cash $. Bank Mr. Henry Cundiff was priming his place two red ones and 3 black ones. Potato race Walter Bowin dering the operations of the of Columbia. Wheelbarrow race for girls (i and engine a few days ago, when the gas- Weigh from 60 to 125 pounds. over) Ethel Dunbar oline exploded, burning his right hand Italians and Austrians in the 20. Best Embroidered shirt waist, Z. W. Bardin, Bliss, Ky. Wheelbarrow race for girls Maude mountain districts increasingly made by girl any age, Butter Knife-va- lue badly. Corn-bes- t, Scott 81 Gill & Waggener. Born, to the wife of Malcom difficult. Rome, however, de"Relay race for boys Vitus Monday. F8R SALE. the 23rd inst, a daughter. 21. Best lady's crochet collar, made clares that Austrian forces Best Essay Audria Chelf by girl any age. Shirtwaist Pattern-Walk- er's Egg race Pearl Wolford Mr. J. A. Harden, who lives near which had penetrated into the Store. On account of old age and desiring Pellyton, Adair county, met with a Best 1st grade reader May Grims-le- y valleys of the Tofana and Cris-tall- o 22. Pole Vault, boys any age. Box to retire from the Milling Trade, we serious accident a few days ago. A ranges have been success- fruit and candy Garrison Bros. offer our First Class water power Spelling contest Grace Wolford he was working became frightfully dealt with.and driven back. 23. Sack Race, Boys any age and Roller Flour Mill all complete and in mule and kicked him in the face, Best ladies' crochet collar ened The British steamer Groningen any number may enter. Good Knife good ring order with good, substanboth his jaws. He was a Best shirt waist Ethel Dunbar tial custom trade. For particulars great sufferer for several hours. Drs. i mile race Curtis McGaha 988 tons and the Norwegian C. R. Hutchinson. of Kerns & Reece, Wesley and Hammonds were the at100 yards dash, any age, Edgar ColstwunerForsvik of 1,107 tons, 24. Half Mile Race. One teacher address, Jamestown, Ky. tending surgeons. lins from each educational division. Box have baen blown up. 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