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The one huudred and eleventh session of the Russell's Creek Baptist Association convened in Columbia last Wednesday forenoon, October 6, and was called to order by the Moderator, Mr. H. S. Robinson, of Campbellsville, the Clerk, Mr. Ed Henderson, being present. Rev. Wm. Kirtley, of Elkhorn, preached the introductory sermon, and Rev. T. E. Ennis delivered the doctrinal discourse. During the two days the body was in session a great deal of important business was transacted. In fact, an association is strictly a business gathering. This .Association was organized in September, 1804, at old Pitman Church one mile west of Campbellsville. Rev. Elijah Summers was the first Moderator, and John Chandler was the first clerk. The old Pitman Church is now the Campbellsville Church. When first organized the Association was composed of eleven Churches, four of which yet exist, namely: Zion, Mt. Gilead, Brush jCreek and Campbellsville. At this time the boundary of the As sociation is two hundred miles long and forty miles wide, embracing many churches. Some of them are in a very prosperous condition while others need to be stimulated. "While in session here there . in abundance of edibles on the ground each day, and the gathering was pronounced a very successful one. ModMr. Robinson was erator and Mr. Henderson Clerk. The next Association will be held at Palestine, Taylor county. Foot Ball. On Saturday, Oct. 23rd, Columbia will have the opportunity of seeing a game of foot ball, the game that is now attracting the interest of all sport-lovin- g people in the cities and about the large colleges and universities, will be brought to Columbia and played in the same fashion as at Louisville next Thanksgiving where 50,000 people will gather to see the Turkey Day Game. The contest promises to be a lively one. Lindsey-Wilso- n has the largest enrollment in its Ifistory for this time of year, and will be able to select a husky set of youngsters to represent her. We have no information about this year's Springfield High School team, but if it lives up to its usual record they will bring over a team full of spirit, that will not hesitate to down an opponent who happens to get in its path. To say the least it will be worth the time and ticket fare to see twenty-tw- o men engage in the con- Contracts For Road Broad jump, Dist. 2. Dist. 36 got the flag for greatest Dist. 30 had second Closed. Last Tuesday and Wednesday four or five gentlemen were here, representing as many different concerns, dealers and manufacturers of road machinery. Each representative was given time to explain the merits of the machinery necessary for use in this county. From three different firms the Court made purchases which will cost the county about 33,500. The main things purchased were a roller, engine, Grader and rock crusher. All the above are to be shipped at once, and experienced men are to come to put the machinery in oper- Brought number present. Fully highest presest. 33. Second best display, Dist 2. Division No. 1 easily received highest number of points. Dist. No. 2 gets the flag for having FINE DISPLAYSPERFECT ORDER. highest number of points in this Di- Thousand People to Columbia. Best display from any school, Dist. Last Friday was School Rally Day for Adair county and one of the largest crowds ever seen in Columbia was upon the square at 11 a. m. There are eighty white schools in Adair county, and early in the morning they commenced to arrive, in a body, and before-th- e noon hour the vision. Second hisghest number of points, Division 2. Division 1 received 17 firsts and 8 seconds. Division 2 received 7 firsts, 10 seconds. Divisson3 received 7 firsts, 5 secation. onds. The Court is of the opinion that it Division 4 received 2 firsts, 2 seconds. got bargains in the purchases made, public square was a solid mass of huFor the highly enjoyable program and the outlook is good for making manity, the most enthusiastic and a great day of pleasure, credit is better roads in Adair county. crowd of young and old people ever due Profs. Wilson, Moss, and Supt. called together at this place. Huffaker. The children were all neatly dressIt seems like you are afraid to join ed, and it was an inspiration to the the cash Union store. The dollar test. Remember that Harry Lazareth, who onlookers as each school marched The Lindsey boys have been train- bluffed you. If you don't want to around the square, giving their school wants 100 mules, horses and mares will ing for some weeks. They will this join come and trade with me and I He is a quick yell, about every three minutes. be here next Saturday. week take up some trees and do some will save you money. I hate to give was one of the greatest school buyer.. Bring your stock to Columbia. tiling so as to be able to lay off a full prices but come on and get your sugar It demonstrations ever pulled off in this at 6 cents. Now every thing in the size gridiron. part of the State showing conclusivestore is priced according to sugar and Will Leave for Elizabethtown. Next Saturday will be mule, horse if you are a member you get it less ly that Adair coui y is alive, making rapid progress in the point of educaand mare day at Columbia. Harry Laz- than this' price You are bound to Rev. W. F, Hogard and family will tion. areth will be here to buy one hundred save money if you trade with the Union. T. G. Rasner. It was also a great treat to the chil- leave for Elizabethtown this week, head. dren, many of them, no doubt, being Rev. Hogard having been assigned to in Columbia for the first time in their that district as Presiding Elder for the ensuing Conference year. He is Graded and High School Notes. Will Remove to Camobellsvilie. lives. a splendid Christian gentleman and A motor truck car from Casey Creek a distance of twenty miles, brought is very much beloved by the Columbia Rev. J. S. Chandler, who has been The teachers gladly welcomed l,8C0 sixty-fiv- e pupils via Campbellsville, district, having presided over it for or more visitors to the school on last the pastor of the Methodist church and an eight mule vehicle brought In- the past four years. His work shows Friday, School Rally Day. As early here for the past three jears, will redependence school which is located that he is a diligent worker, and he as 9:30 o'clock there had been 1,000 move, with his two daughters. Missa nearDirigo, about fourteen miles. will be ereatlv missed. He has of people entered the building by actual es Maggie and Mary, to CampbellsOther schools came in buggies, sur- most excellent wife and a familywho Read the kind of mules and horses count. It is very probable that as ville this week. reys, spring wagons and road wagons. interesting sons and daughters, Lazareth wants, published in The News many more came, as the crowd conRev. Chandler is a very able minispeo The schools remained upon the square have endeared themselves to the pour into the building until ter, and was very much liked, not ontinued to until about eleven o'clock, and while ple of Columbia, and their departure the school left for the Fair grounds ly by the Methodist people here, but is a source of general regret. We here Miss Laura Smythe's school, loto see the closing events of the "rally." the community generally. It is a Death of a Prominent Citizen. cated at Breeding, rendered a number take pleasure in commending Rev. At times the house was so full that source of regret that he has been reflock to of beautiful songs in the South corner Hogard and wife and their schools and crowds of people had to moved. However, It is gratifying to of the square, and also gave a drill, the people of Elizabethtown and the Mr. John C. Dunbar, who was a wait on the outside till some of the know that he will be in close touch showing that the children were well people generally of Hardin county. prominent citizen in the Khifley sec- schools and people who were in the with Columbia, enabling him to visit trained in voice, and marched like tion of this county, was found dead in house came out, before they could en- us as often as an opportunity presents Wanted 100. well drilled soldiers. his bed last Wednesday night about 9 ter. itself. His two daughters have won The school under Miss Estelle Wilo'clock. The deceased was about seveWork was on displaj from all the many friends, and it will be hard for lis, Zion, were alf dressed in white and nty-five years the I will be in Columbia on Saturday, sense, an upright old, a man of fine grades and all years of High School goodyoung people to say the words, blue, and was a very attractive body bye. We feel sure that this excitizen, and will be work. Not an article was on exhibit October 16, 1915, to buy 100 Horses, of young folks, as they marched greatly missed, not only by his imme- but what was made or grown by grad- cellent family will be given a hearty Mares and Mules. Horses and Mares around the square and into many of from 15 to 16f hands and from 5 .to 9 diate family, but by the entire com- ed or high school pupils. The things welcome when it reaches Campbellsthe business houses, with uncovered years old. Mules from 15 to 16 hands munity where he was so well known. that perhaps attracted most attention ville. heads, stopping long enough to give and from 3 to 9 years old, weight and He was a son of Mr. S. D. Dunbar, were, teacher's desk, made by Lawtheir school yell. Will boon Be Here. quality. Also mules from 12 to 13 and lived withhis .parents until he rence Antle, Paul Hamilton and HerThe Columbia High and Graded hands. All stock must be sound. Will was grown, within three miles of Co- bert Young, boat made by John "Lowe school made the greatest show, as lumbia. He was a brother of Mrs. and Lawrence 'Antle, raffia baskets, pay the highest market ,pr,ice, there are about two hundred and fifty Omarie Jeffries, of this place, and of mats, parasols;' etc., made by both Rev. S. G. Shelley, who will sucHarry Lazareth, pupils in attendance, and as the body Mr. T. P. Dunbar, who lives near graded and high school pupils. Then ceed Rev. Hogard as Presiding Elder Ky, BowlingrGreen, ., marched through thetown, with ban- town. i there was Booking,' jsewing, drawings, of the Columbia district, will arrive, ners flying, many expressions of adHe leaves a wife and six children. etc., of many pupils .that brought with his wife, in a few days. They pur-on- e Two' more .automobiles were miration were heard 'from the1 spectaThe interment was on his farm in the forth much f avorable'comment, are not strangers to this community, chased .by Columbians last week tors. presence of many relatives and Many fine specimens bf corn, wheat, having resided here some years ago, by Mr. At the High and Graded school by Mr. Oma JBarbee, the other friends. oats, an ax handle, a plow, etc., at- and our people are gladj,hat they are Mr. Barbee will building the rooms from the first to Frank Sandusky. tracted attention. Each member of again to become residents of this this convey travel the tenth grade were tastily decorat- use his to Campbellsville, between will When in Columbia leave your horse the agriculture class had a specimen place. Hen Sheiiex and wife are and he ed, and a great deal cf artistic and place and both consecrated Christians and are They of budding and grafting on display. offer the services of tae car to the and buggy at W. H. Wilsan's. mechanical work was on display, and also 44-- tf will be well cared for saw the doing a great work for the cause of There could be no one who Charges reason- all forenoon friends called to see the people of Columbia, exhibit but knows that the pu- their master. In point of ability Rev. evidences of progress made in this ble. A gentleman, who has just gone pils are doing a high grade of work. Shelley ranks among the most able very excellent school, under the superover the road, stated Saturday that This is the biggest and best year we men of the Louisville Conference. While in front of the News office, he believed there were enough chestvision of Prof W. M. Wilson, who is They will be given a cordial welcome. have had thus far. Smythe's nuts assisted by a corps of trained instruct- last Friday, Miss Laura between Columbia and Russell school, sang a song entitled, "Will Springs to fill the largest family room ors. Rev. W. R. Waggoner, who succeeds Magazines. was By one o'clock all the schools and You Give to Us a Welcome." It in Columbia. Rev. J. S. Chandler as pastor of the beautifully rendered and the News many visitors had gathered at the Methodist Church, this place, is exPair Grounds, and during the after- force certainly appreciated it, and Work on the Dixie highway which pected, with his family this week. He Buy your Magazines at home. We noon there were many contests. The will be ready to extend the hand of is to pass through Jamestown, has al- served the Church at Campbellsville can furnish you any Magazine publready commenced. We will be glad following are the names- of the win- welcome at any time. four years, and was a popular minis- ished, or duplicate any clubbing ofwhen the announcement is made that ners: denominations. He is fer you may find. See Geo. E. Wilson Mr. Walter Sullivan, who is teach- a good pike highway has been com- ter with all 30-Spelling, Dist. 54. exceptionably good pas- or J. A. Williams. said to be an ing a band at Cane Valley, reports pleted through Russell county. Declamatory Contest, Dist. 77. of fine ability. tor and a preacher that the boys are making rapid prog Recitation for girls, Dist. 2. stand ready pay ress, and will be ready to play in the The planing mill house, in White The people of Columbiaglad hand of For the next week, I will eggs. 2lc. Best Essay, Dirt. 78. give him and his the cash or 23o. in the store for Walk- to City, which is being erected by open in a very short time. Best Reader of 1st Grade, Dist 3. D. M. Moore, Garlin, Ky. er Bryant and Elijah Burton, is going welcome. He has a wife and a son Apple pie, Dist. 2. and daughter, his daughter Deing a -, There will be a basket dinner in up rapidly. Light bread, Dist. 30. student in the Lindsey-Wilsothe basement of the United Brethren Biscuit, Dist. 9. Cumberland river got out of its Dr. S. P. Miller, of this place, has church next Sunday. Every body is The meeting at the Christian church been appointed, by the State Board of' Corn muffins, Dist 70. banks last week, and in the Rowena cordially invited and urged to bring closed last Wednesday night. There Health, the health officer of Adair Apple jelly, Dist. 35. section corn was damged slightly. d baskets. were six additions by confession, ona county, to fill out the unexpired term Neatest patch, Dist. 38. Pelham branch was higher last week restored, and several took member- of the late Dr. U. L. Taylor. The apApron, Dist. 2. For fresh groceries, just opened, at Shirt waist, Dist. 70. living prices, go to the new store of than ever before known. A great ship. pointment will have to be ratified by Crochet collar, Dist. 5. Finis Rosenbaum. He will deliver in- deal of corn went with the tide. the local board which will meet in a The United Brethren churce, this few days. Corn, Dist. 40. side corporate limits. Phone 152. Mr. Walker Bryant is having his place, will be dedicated by Bishop Potatoes, Dist. 9. story which Mathews next Sunday forenoon. A Manual training, Dist. 9. j Mr. J. A. Breeding sold one nice residence raised another The Russell circuit court will open will add much to the appearance of large congregation is expected to be Half mile race Boys, Dist. 42. I mare mule colt to Mr Curt Yarberry at Jamestown next Monday. Our building. present. Potato race, Dist. 2. for $85. This mule also took the the friends will please remember that a. Wheelbarrow raoe, Dist. 78. premium at the Columbia Fair. representative of this paper will be in Cook & Coffey are doing a good busWe have bought the stock of Mei? attendance several days of the term. Relay race, Dist. 2. iness training horses. They now have Egg race, Dist. 30. The sale of Mr. J. M. Russell, last eight head in charge and. more to chandise of L. W. Bennett and will sell at reduced prices. Sigh jump, Dist. 2. Saturday, was well attended, and every come. See their ad in J. M. Howell, Greensburg, bought the News. Sinclair Bros. 42. Pole vault, Dist. thing sold at satisfactory prices. six mules here county court day at an Sack race, Dist. 2. $100 per head. Frank Tol-- . Wanted: A cook at lindsey-W- il 4M4tn let mo 11 A3 r wAai An infant daughter, three years old, average of Teachers race, Dist. 21. JR. R. Moss, call or write Mrs. iver bought one or two at about the Mrs. Robert English, amM JAA r' PUb" l JLlua umu wwjau; &Vf Dist. I ColMibia, EjT of Mr. and same price. night. to-da- y. -- - t - 2t 49-t- f. n. j ;Z A. . bin-- . well-fille- A 81. i01 u- -- .. ... a l -- -- " THE ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS DEATH RECORD. Pelley. James M. Pelley died at 5:30 Sunday morning at the Holmes eiospital during an operation, .agedlS years, 7 months and 22 t'days. Short funeral services will be held at the residence of his son, J. E. Pelley, at 654 South iRandolph street tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon at 1 p. m. The tremains will be taken to on the afternoon train twfcere the funeral services will &e held at the Presbyterian church at 3 p. m., under the auspices of the Masons; interment dn the Bardolph cemetery. --- n uary the 2nd, 1865 and has ever since been active in church work. He was elected a deacon and trustee of the church shortly after he joined membership and retained those positions until he moved to this city. Old Soldiers Happy Event. i: On August 27th an enjoyable dinner was served in the old Commercial Hotel (now unoccu- Ford Automobiles : In his social and business life no man stood higher in the es teem of the public. His honesty was unquestioned and his affable manner won the respect of every one with whom he came in contact, and his death is felt a personal loss to all with whom he was acquainted. He was married to Sarah E. Pearson, January 1, 1860 and to this union nine children were born. His wife died September 4, 1896. The surviving children are E. D. Pelley, Burlington Iowa: Mrs. E. M. Knowles, Mrs. R. L. Empey, Mrs. Fannie Sper-ry, pied.) Six old Federal Soldiers met and prepared their own din d ner. Army coffee, eggs, salmon, honey, soft bread, hard tack and onions, topped off with a mammoth watermelon, comprised the menu. To say hard-boile- The Ford is not only the Cheapest but the best AUTOMOBILE on the market. . & V- None its Equal for this country, in Economy, in Upkeep and Durability. Bar-cdol- ph The death of Mr. Pelley comes as a shock to every one as none knew of his illness until his death was announced. Saturday fae felt in his usual health and ate his dinner supper with his customary appetite. Shortly supper he was taken ill and vomited. He told his son his sstomach had been sour during $he day but otherwise he had suffered no inconvenience. Dr. D. S. Adams was summoned 'and arrived about 9:30 and at once diagnosed his case as obstruction of the bowels and his condi-?io- n as serious. He remained cconstantly with him, working to alleviate his sufferings and give relief. After a few hours it was taeen that local remedies would jaot alleviate, so bad was his condition, and an operation was solutely necessary. He was to the hospital about 3 o'clock Tthat morning and at once operated upon him. The operation . was apparently a success and tthe condition relieved but his heart would not stand the shock ;and he passed away on the operating table. -- -- Some people think ferns must Following is the names and have sunshine, but that is not Macomb; Mrs. Kate where from, the Regiment, Comtrue. Ferns will live in the shade Colchester; J. E. Pelley, pany and Army they served in: and there are some sorts, of this city. Three children WilVervalin served injCo. C, course, that are scorched by the J. J. liam H., Eva May and Grace, 51st New York, and was one of sun. But most ferns that are are deceased. He leaves one Fox's 300 fighting regiments. cultivated in the house" like a brother, J. D. of this city, one The regiment was raised in New good deal of sunlight, and never half brother Fleet Vincent of York City; was in the battle of do their best without it. Colorado and a half sister, Mrs. the Wilderness and many other Window boxes where ferns are Angie Donnelly of Kansas. Ma- battles of the Army of the Pogrowing should be sprinkled lavcomb News Journal. tomac. ishly twice a day. If the leaves The deceased was a double K. M. Peterson does not know are dry and dusty they should be cousin to Mr. J. H. Pelley, of whether he was born on the well shaken before sprinkling. this city. ocean or in the United States. If possible, get the earth to He served in Company K, 2nd A Pine Whooping Cough Remedy. fill your boxes from an old hot Wisconsin; also in Stewart's Reg Mothers, Dr. Bell's bed rich loam and rotten ma is just the remedy for your children's ular Battery; also one year in nure about half and half. cold ailments. The fact is that pine Company D, 47th Illinois, first in is a quick enemy of cold conditions. Failing that, take any which Its qualities loosens the mucous in the the Iron Brigade Army of the is handy and enrich it with amthroat, soothe the lungs and open up Potomac; was in the first battle monia and bone meal, mixed the air passages. The combination of of Bull Run; jn the 47th Illinois honey, soothing and pleasant, with thoroughly. A heaping the loosening pine quality makes this he was at the taking of Spanish of manure is enough an ideal cough remedy for children. Ford, near Mobile, was in from for a six inch pot of earth. Each passing year brings for it, new start to finish of the war. friends. A family of growing children Neither must be kept directly on cannot afford to be without it. 25c a J. B. Dodson, a Tennessee refthe roots of the plants. Liquid Adv. bottle. Paull Drug Co. ugee, served in 32nd Ky., under fertilizer, likewise; must be kept Col. Tom Morrow, whose son off the roots, stems and leaves. What Paint Will Do. will be Kentucky's next GoverMake a hole at one side of a Deceased was a son of Wiley nor. Too many farmers have the trench just inside the pot rim, sand Martha Pelley and wasorn A. S. Marcom served in the habit of putting off painting unpour in the fertilizer and let it dn Adair county, Ky. , February 12th Ky. Cavalry, known as the til a house fairly screams for it sink, then put back the earth. 4, 1837. Following the Bloody 13th. It was commanded and they perhaps figure that death of his father, when by Col. Weatherford. get Rid of Those Poisons in your they are economizing. Not so. the was .but 11 years of age, he belonged to Col. J, A. Marcom System Good paint, applied at regular in came overland to this state with tervals, not too far apart, is the Wolford's 1st Ky., Cavalry. All You will find Dr. King's New Life his mother and two sisters Mrs. Pills a roost satisfactory laxative in true economy, in that it not only the soldiers of the Army of the releasing the poisons from your sys lEeaben Smith and Mrs. Harriet actually raises the value of a Cumberland, Army of the Tenn tem. Accumulated waste and poisons "Vincent and they located on a building by improved appear essee and the Army of the Ohio cause manifold ailments unless re ;f arm about a mile southwest of whaf Wolford's Cavalry leased. Dizziness, spots before the ances, but through preservative knew JBardolph. For forty years he did. The description of their eyes, blackness and a miserable feelingredients prevents and arrests fights and skirmishes would take ing generally are indications that you was engaged in buying grain at decay. The man who lets his up many columns of a newspa need Dr. King's New Life Pills. Take hat place. In 1905 he removed and you will experience a dose house become an eyesore in an per. grateful relief by morning. 25c. For to this city, having been elected well-kelocality otherwise Adv. W. T. Carter was in Battery sale by Paull Drug Co. County Treasurer on the Demshould be taxed for the heavy B. 1st Ky. Light Artillery, ocratic ticket. On the completion Use the Cultivator. damage he is doing to that com- known as Hewitt's Battery, unof his term of office he retired munity. der Captain J. M. Hewitt. The from active life, enjoying a rest company was formed at Colum-bu- s, Farmers who watched their well earned by a life of hard toil For Indigestion. Ky., and went to Camp crops parch and shrivel during :and close attention to business. Never take pepsin and preparations last year's long drouth, while He retained his position as direc- containing pepsin or other digestive Robinson with the 3rd Ky., Colneighbors who cultivated pertor of the Frst Trust & Savings ferments for indigestion, as the more onel Bramlett, but was transyou take the more you take the more sistently made good yields, will this city, but took no you will have to take. What is need- ferred, to the Artillery Service. Bank of no doubt be more inclined this ed is a tonic like Chamberlain's Tabother part in business activities. lets that will enable the stomach to When in Columbia leave your horse year to the use of the cultivor, - Jle united with the Presbyter-fjt- n perform its functions naturally. At and buggy at W. H. Wilsan's. They one of the most valuable of agAd will be well cared for rghurch at Bardolph on Jan Paull Drug Co's. ricultural implements. Makejup. Vor-hee- s, af-ft- er Pine-Tar-Honey thay enjoyed themselves is putting it mildly. Stories of experiences in battle and marches were told with humorous anecdotes, enlivened them until the last when the conversation shifted to the final muster out. Then to the final reward in ages to come, with many scriptural quotations to sustain them in their views of the future state. Price in Columbia $461.95. All kinds of Repairs for Ford Cars kept in stock tit our Garage. - O o A .A. O V A Sandusky Bros., Agents, Columbia, Kentucky. o V A o e A PioloXooXoHSoX9Hi lqXoXooiooVo7UyOoo To MaKe Ferns Grow. your mind now, long before planting time, that you are going to keep your land constantly "stirred up" and not allow your plants to be handicapped by unsatisfied thirst. Treatment for Scab' in Irish Potatoes. The following treatment has been used with excellent results in Louisiana: The scab is a serious disease of the Irish Potato, and affects both its sale and edible quality. This disease may be easily prevented and controlled. Previous to planting immerse potatoes in a formaldehyde solution (formalin) for two hours, remove, dry, cut and plant. The formula is, one pint formaldehyde solution (formalin) in 30 gallons of water. This treatment will prevent scab forming, provided the soil has not been previously infected with the scab. In such case, rotation is the remedy. Do not plant potatoes on infected soil for three or four years. It is important that the seed potatoes be always so treated, even though they may show no signs of the disease, for the spores of scab may be present and if untreated will develop in the soil, and thus inoculate it and multiply the trouble. "An ounce of preuention is worth a pound of cure. ' ' Hence the two fold value of treatment. Colds do not Leave Willingly, ta-&- en tea-spoonf- ul to-nig- ht pt -- Because a cold is stubborn is no reason why you should be. Instead of "wearing" it out, get sure relief by taking Dr. King's New Discovery. Dangerous bronchial and lung ailments often follow a cold which has been neglected at the beginning. As your body faithfully battles those cold germs, no better aid can be given than the use of this remedy. Its merit has been tested by old and young. xGet a bottle to-da- y. 50c. and 51.00. Paull Adv. Drug Co. Lost. A bay horse mule, with right eye out. Finder return to Waller Hurt; Gadberry, Ky " 49-lfc. 44-- tf I il THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS GET RID OF Latest Fashion Notes. FROM PUBLIC Wednesday, SALE 1915. CHILLS AND FEVER Chills and Fever, or Malaria, are caused by a germ. Millions"of these germs are soon multiplied from the few that first find foothold in the blood of their victim. To RID YOURSELF of these germs you must PURIFY your blood, strengthen the vital organs, and make yourself so robust, vigorous and healthy that they will be CAST OUT to STAY OUT. At Highland View Stock Farm, Near Lebanon, Ky. October 20, There will be 22 head of Horses, some of the best bred In Kentucky. 20 head of Mules. These Mules are in fine condition and of good size. 32 Duroc Jersey Hogs. 20 head of Black Poll Angus Cattle, Calves, Heifers and Steers. Hay, Corn, Oats and Straw. House -- and Building Lots in Lebanon. Terms: Sums of $20. and under, Cash. Over that Amount, Twelve months time and Bankable note. Cordial invitation extended to all. ' DR. THACHER'S Liver and Blood Syrup has been widely known for many years as the "Best Chill Tonic." It has earned this reputation by helping countless THOUSANDS of people, many of them living in the malarial sections of this country, to CLEANSE their blood and BUILD UP their strength so that the fever germs would be cast out of their bodies. A vast multitude of people take Dr. Thacher'js Liver & Blood Syrup to prevent Fever and Chills from attacking them. It is a wise and profitable precaution. It PAYS to fortify yourself against malaria. And if it happens that you neglected to do that, and are now afflicted, it will surely pay you to take instant action and get this reliable remedy working for you at once. TRY IT AND PROVE that relief is'at hand. and S1.00 bottles. 50-ce- nt "There are two reasons why the general property tax has failed ini operation. First, because under modern conditions it cannot be enforced! effectively. Secondly, because of or less conscious recognition or the fact that strict enforcement would; result In a still greater injustice tham now prevails." dles with white morning frocks. "The attempt to tax all property at" Scotch plaids in silk will be a uniform standard of valuation andl at the same rate, regardless of its speused to trim the return petti- cial characteristics, earning power benefits derived from the expendicoats which women find neces- tures of government, violates the prisary with the fashionable full mary rules of just taxation and offends the natural sense of justice." A white silk Tam O'Shanter REPORT OF KENTUCKY" TAX COMMISSION, 1909. hat shows a worsted cord and tassel as its only decoration. Jersey scarfs, in wide stripes, are used about the neck as gir- re on-th- e skirt. Velvet parasols have followed velvet hats into popularity. One is made of black velvet, with a plain bright green silk center. ' JOHN B. WATHAN, Lebanon, Ky. DONT FAIL TO VOTE FOR THE TAX AMENDMENT : : STOP AT THE GALT HOUSE WHEN IN LOUISVILLE EUROPEAN 3?L.AJSr Qood Rooms for $1.00 per Day. Fine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices. Free Auto-Bu- s Meets Trains Turkish and Electric Baths Write For Reservations, EVERYTHING IN ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized evidences of enterprise, all of! which are limited by law or custom to People Say To Us a certain percent of earnings. No other-kin- d of property has the limits of "I cannot eat this or that food, it does tHACHER MEDICINE COMPANYJ) not agree with me.'i Our advice to' fixed by Law. A man may lawall of them is to take a gjwr- Chattanooga, Tennessee.1' fully earn all he can in his store, his; shop or on his farm. He may charges For Sale By Page & --Taylor. what he pleases for his professional! JPSSmmmSk jTgbjet services, for his manufactued wares,, beforeand aftereach meaL"25cabox; for his cattle, his hogs and his corn,, Paull Drug Co. The new skirts in black and wheat and tobacco, but when he comes to lending money, which the investwhite stripes, of cloth and silk, ment in Securities includes, he Is; How Editors Get Rich strictly limited to a gross income are made so that the black stripe never exceeding six per cent, and t Quick. fair to exact half or more of overlaps the white and at the for taxes when others get off" wKh perhaps their earnhip3 only the black shows. LowA great many persons have ings from other kinds of of invested er, where the stripes open out, wondered bow editors all get property, farming, professions and' business? The argument Is aU in the white is visible. rich so quickly with such small favor of the money lender, as his capital is essential to all industrial imeffort. One of them who has provement and cheap money greases the wheels of progress and prosperity,. Many People Its-profits Sleeves on some of the new CLASSIFIED TAXES. evening frocks are no more than Whenever there is any talk aboutt Jittle ruffles, sometimes of tulle a lower rate of taxes on howl goes;l property a great up from the owners of tangible propedged with beads, and some erty, who affect to believe it a Intangible personalty contimes held out with a flexible sists mostly of Stocks, Bonds, Notes,. Cash, Accounts, Mortgages, and other-sucwire at the lower edge. Intangible-personagross-injustic- is-i- his-incom- e one-tent- h In This Town never really enjoyed a meal until we advised them to take a fySCOxX Paul! Drug Tablet Sold only before and after each meal. by us 25c a box. C. and Printed. Also Elwood -- and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. ncoroorated 1 1 2-- CO- - There are to be some petticoats with jersey tops, and these, of course, wear far better than the petticoat that is all taffeta, for a new flounce can easily be put in place of the first one when that becomes worn. Take a lature to enact a new Tax Law that will subject the enormous amount personal property in the shape of" Stocks, Bonds, Notes and accounts now escaping taxation to a fair share gross of pills. of the burden and reduce the taxes "About one dozen firms are on Land and Improve--n:tEvery taxpayer should vote for it. as any wanting to give up shares of Law enacted under i provisions-mus- t be ratified by the people beforegold mines for advertising. it can be enforced and this guaran"For $40 worth of advertising tees a fair Law. adver"For running a h tisement for year, we can get a six-inc. s. - grown rich has at last told the secret of it. He outlines it as TAX AMENDMENT follows: TO BE VOTED ON AT THE: "Nursery firm will send us a NOVEMBER ELECTION. 25c rosebud for only 55 worth of The Tax Amendment to be again voted on at the November Election advertising. will, if adopted, authorize the Legis- and $25 cash we can own a bicycle. The wheels sell at just $12. l The Amendment. "The General Assembly shall provide by law an annual tax, which, with' other resources, shall be sufficient to defray the estimated expenses of for each fiscal" year. Taxes shall be levied and collected' for public purposes only and shall upon all property of the same class subject to taxation within the territorial limits of the authority levying the tax; and all taxes shall he levied and collected by general laws. "The General Assembly shall have power to divide property into classes and to determine what class or classes of property shall be subject to local taxation. Bonds of the State and of.' Counties, municipalities, taxing-- and1 school districts shall not be subject to taxation. "Any law passed or enacted by the General Assembly pursuant to the provisions of or under this amendment or amended section of the constitution, classifying property and providing a lower rate of taxation on personal property, tangible or intangible,, than that upon real estate, shall be subject to the referendum power or the people." This amendment was ratified by an: enormous majority at the election ini 1912, but was pronounced invalid by the Court of Appeals because it hadT been advertised only sixty, instead ofT ninety, days as the Constitution pro-vides. 1 16 Eaat Matfcet Street Between First and Brooh Louisville, Ky. It will Birdseve view 'of our Plant MM "A fellow out west wants us act as a laxative in the to run a lot of advertising for morning him for nothing, and if it brings Tonight Paull Drug Co. results he may become a customer. or- Big Quaker collars are made in many materials. First of "For running $12 worth of locals we can get two tickets admitting us to a circus in the city and pay our own fare on the railroad. "Gun firm wants us to run $19 worth of advertising and then send $10 in exchange for a shotgun. Such a gun would retail at about $6." REPORT OF WISCONSIN TAX COMMISSION. "Justice in taxation can only he attained by strict compliance with the law. This is proven by universal experience. There Is no other way. With rare exceptions, when an assessor violates the law and sets up a standard of his own he either inflicts an injury upon some individual taxpayer or else he does injustice to every other taxpayer in the State. As a general rule, every step he takes outside the straight and 'narrow path provided by law leads to greater and more glaring Inequalities, and in many cases degenerates into, a mere travesty on justice." gandie or other plain, sheer white fabric, they are now made of white or colored mull, and embroideven of lace or ery. all-over m When you feel out of sorts from consti- -, pation, let us say that if &? Our Advice Is: "Largest m Dixie" V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated do not relieve you, ceo & physician, because no other homo remedy will. Bold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. Louisville, Kentucky. - WHOLESALE Columns, Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, '" ' Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog r iii Read Our Liberal Paper Offers Cretonne flowers are cut out and glued on the crowns and .brims of white hats. They make and, of effective trimmings course, when they fade or become tiresome, they can easily be removed with the aid of ar little water. and should receive a larger majority than before, as Tax paying voters have-hatime to study the question andl discover the faults in the present Tax; Law. A Hint For Auto Driver?. The forward gear on an antoaiBBlfir should never be engaged after reversing until the car Is practically It has been advertised in legal forma" and In time for this year's election d 1 THE ADAIR COUHTY THE. ADAIR COUNTY ,NEWS NEWS : If the Democrats will only 2nd and vote for Stanley and the entire Democratic. There is no Adair County News Company earthly reason why the entire ticket should not win by an im(Incorporated) mense majority. We all know CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. now that both the Senate and House are absolutely safely DemDemocratic newspaper deroted to the Interest ocratic. Then what is the use ef the City of Columbia and the people of Adair adjoining counties. and of electing Morrow Governor? He would only be a figurehead. as second Entered at the Colombia His vetoes would amount to nothclaes mail matter. ing for they could be passed over SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR his head at any time. With Stanley as Governor, the DemWED. OCT. 13. 1915 ocratic party will be in a position to do some valuable Democratic ' Democratic Ticket. legislation. The State would then receive adequate compensaFor Governor tion from its law makers. If A. 0. STANLEY. Morrow should be elected, all the For Lieutenant Govepnor JAMES D. BLACK. people could hope for would be For Secretary of State time and money thrown to the BARKSDALE HAMLETT. winds. Our Republican friends For Attorney General M. M. LOGAN. who have the good of the old For Auditor Commonwealth at heart and esR. L. GREENE. pecially the independent voters For Treasurer SHERMAN GOODPASTER. can readily see the uselessness For Clerk of Appellate Court in voting for Morrow. Vote for RODMAN W. KEENON. Stanley and the entire DemocratFor Supt. Public instruction ic ticket and thereby' render your Y. O. GILBERT. For Com of Agriculture State valuable service. BY THE Post-offi! '- Pabllshed Every Wednesday come to the polls on November teMnmninmmnnfflTOTO fe j . New Fall Stock Our entire Fall Stock is open for Inspection All Departments Are Full, Embracing ) Everything New and Desirable in Classy 6 -- .. Merchandise Be sure to visit our Balcony Floor and look over our Ladies and Misses Coats, Suits, Skirts, &c. r We have " An Opening Every Day. Russell & Co. rmrrw iiiuaiitiiitiuauitiuiiuiuuiiiiitiiiautiniiuaiuiiiuuiiiiitiitiiiiiiiittiiaiuuiiituiiutiiii mnf - When you meet a friend," talk not to align herself with Ger offered for an editor or type setter who has mastered reading Democracy and urge him to get many and her allies. " MATT S. COHEN. For Railroad Commissioner -- candidate for the State Senate, R. B. TRIGG and Mr. Ray Montgomery, DemFor Representative ocratic candidate for the Legis RAY MONTGOMERY. lature, are active in the canvass For Circuit Clerk and will do everything in their F A. STRANGE. power to get the vote out. It is No Democrat should allow him- generally conceded that Mr. self to be gulled by" the shallow Trigg will be successful at the claims of the enemy. They have polls, but there should be no letno money with which to make up upon the part of his friends, this campaign, but Bradley's While the Legislative district is nephew and Hunter's son both Republican, Mr. Montgomery's know the "gum shoe" tactics friends claim that he can be thoroughly. That's the way elected, as encouraging reports they hope to ride into office. in his race comes from CumberJust by the- - surprise route. land county, Mr. Montgomery's Watch 'em. Urge your Dem- supporters confidently believe ocratic neighbor to go to the that he will carry Adair county polls and take his neighbor along by a good majority, and is not it with him. Kentucky is a Dem- impossible for him to win in ocratic State by fifty thousand Cumberland. Every Democrat and Stanley and the rest of the should be at work ticket are entitled to the full Democratic vote. "Gum Shoe" The Republican spellbinders tactics win only win wnen you have much to say about the are off guard. Go to work right of the present adminnow and find who is who in istration, but when the figures your neignoornooa. Tell your are shown the Bradley and the county chairman the condition of Wilson administrations, in the things and do your part toward way of expenditures, lead the voting and no complaint can be Democrats. General Garnett found with you or your Demoo made a speech in Shelby ville last racy. Let's see if we can't out- week, and took occasion to dedo all former elections in the fend the present administration way of big majorities. Let ev and he did it to the satisfaction ery man do his part in electing of his hearers. The Republicans Stanley and the Democratic tick are large on making misstateet and just so sure it will be a ments. What Barksdale Ham-le- tt forerunner of great victory for did for them in Western 1916 throughout the nation. Kentucky, last week, was a plenty. ine most encouraging news comes from State Democratic If the public will watch the headquarters. From reports sent metropolitan papers closely it in from all Congressional dis- will observe that President Wiltricts, it is believed that Mr. son and Mrs. Norman Gait are Stanley and the entire ticket will thinking of getting married. be elected by forty thousand. In voting the Democratic ticket you President Wilson will be mar. vote to endorse Woodrow Wilson, ried to Mrs. Norman Gait, in the man who has kept this coun- Washington, D. C, sometime in try out of war. December. She is a native of Orators of Kentucky are mak- Virginia and so is the President. ing the welkin ring, dishing out The intended bride is 38 years old Democratic principles, the best and the intended groom safeguards to human liberty. For State Senate SIHT. DODTHITT. Mr. R. B. Trigg, Democratic into the game and fight for a According to the quoted text English, has never been claimed full turnout at the November of the manifesto, parts of berbia and possibly never will; but none election. have been promised to Bulgaria of the sons of men in these callby the Teutonic Powers, whose ings, write a hand that Daniel The Democrats of this county victory is declared to be assured. could decipher. We have two paare going to line up for Mr. Fi- In that victory, it is affirmed, pers in Shelby, and the they put on paper nis Strange for circuit court the desire for the union of all clerk. He is active and every Bulgarian people will be realized. would have made Horace Greely friend he hes in the county The Venizelos party in Greece shine as a writing master. In should be at their respective vot- will not oppose the new Govern- my last communication to your ing place the 2d of November. ment, Paris hears from Athens, columns, after writing it so plain He is well qualified for the posi- as overthrow of the Cabinet that he that runneth may read; tion, and is a very courteous would mean dissolution of the your typo construed "boatsman gentleman. Greek chamber, which it is con- pale" to "boatsmans pole." 1 sidered, would be hazardous at was once regarded a good scribe but possibly the infirmities of the critical time. WAR SITUATION. An Athens dispatch states age have injured my nerves. that prominent Greeks consider I remember an incident in the With the drive at Serbia by" a that King Constantine has gained life of the lamented T. C. Winheavy force of Germans and prestige by his recent course, frey; one of the most gifted lawAustrians led by Field Marshal which former Premier Venizelos yers of this (Adair county) secvon Maceensen well under way, has suffered a corresponding tion forty years ago. The judge the Balkan situation is bringing loss. General sentiment in Ath- who was presiding at that term forth new developments almost ens, tha dispatch declares, seem- of circuit court became sick, and hourly. ingly is that the King's policy requested Major Winfrey to Serbia has definitely broken has saved Greece from a war in write instructions for the jury. with Bulgaria, the Bulgarian to which M. Venizelos would 0f course the MaJr did so tafk' jing, as he said, great pains. Minister at Nish having been have led it. Again there is little but artil- Presently the jury came back, handed his passports. declaring they could not read the A Nish dispatch late last night lery action reported from the instructions. "Let me have stated that an aeroplane coming front in France. Much of this them," quoth the Major? As you from Bulgaria subjected the Ser- was of a violent character. men are farmers, not accustomed bian city to an aerial bombard There has been much trench to reading lawyer's writing, I took ment, killing five persons and fighting, however, near Tahure, great pains with that." Lookwounding two others. .. which the French recently took ing over it with a puzzled exThe Bulgarian military author from the Germans. pression he declared: "I can't ities have taken over the rail Paris reports a heavy bom- read it either, nor can any one road from the Bulgarian seaport bardment by the Germans of else." Men who write a great of Dedeaghatch on the Aegean French positions on the Cham- deal, often have writer's cramp. and Mustapha Pasha in Thrace, pagne front. Two of the places The lamented George D. Prentice forty miles of which line runs mentioned as in the fighting became so bad a victim of this through Turkish territory. zone St. Hilaire and St. Souple trouble, that his hand was very London hears unofficially that are on the strategic railroad at nearly illegible. The best editor the Greek Government (will pro which the French have been of North Carolina, for the past claim an attitude of "benevolent driving. thirty years, was Col. Joe P. neutrality, toward the Entente Berlin announces progress in Caldwell, of Charlotte Observer. the great drive at Serbia, de- The last ten years of his life, I Allies. Advices from Nish through claring that the movement of was on the staff of Observer. Athens state that the Serbians the Teutontic forces across the Of course I was a space-writbelieve Greece will not abandon Danube, Save and Drina rivers and was paid by the column. Serbia, as Serbia and Greece are is proceeding favorably. Sometimes he wrote me business equally threatened by the new letters, which I could hardly deFrom North Carolina. developments, in the Balkans. cipher. I wish, in this connecBulgaria's intention to enter tion, to claim that I can read any Lattimore, Oct., 3, 1015. sign manual, written in the the war on the side of the Cen- Editor News: tral Powers is proclaimed, BerInasmuch as so many editors English language. I have corlin dispatches state, in a mani- have not a speaking acquaint- rected and read proof on articlea festo to the Bulgarian nation. ance with the English Language, that made some local pet famous. The manifesto states that it I have decided to use a type- Had I claimed the authorship, it would be suicide ior, Bulgaria writer. The reward of $50,000, (Concluded on pace .) hyer-oglyphi- cs I " er liter- . - S! - Pi ! r$z?S& 5?T25fcz &" . ra ;THE ADAIR COUNiY NEWS ! Personal!"" if Mr. G. W. Lowe bub Is better. Mrsr Carri-THER- S has been chilling, FELT DISCOURAGED She Statement of the Ownership, Man agement, Circulation etc., Required by the Act of August 24, 1912. Of The Adair County News published weekly at Columbia, Ky., for Oct. 1, 1915. $ "Horses Trained and Schooled 99 In $$$x! Kentucky and Mr. J. O. Russell has been quite sick since Sunday. Mr. A. O. Taylor is on a business trip to Owensboro. "Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Harri s have re- Glad -- Took Advice When turned to Catlettsburg. Mr. W. 1. Ingram left Monday afternoon for the Louisville market. Mr. Henry Moss, of Greensburg, was here the first of the week. Husband Said, "Let's Get a Bottle of Tanlac. Editor, " " Bus. Mgr. 0. S. Harris Pub. The Adair County News Co. NAME OF P. 0. ADDRESS C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. " " Mgr. Ed., C. S. Harris the Most Fashionable of Going Tails Set and Straightened all over Horses Worked for Speed and Action. We have shown horses Missouri for the last eight years in the hottest company, and got my share of Premiums. make it a specialty handling three and five Louisville, Ky., Oct. 12. Statement after statement is now being made in Lyne, a little son of Mr. and' Mrs. regard to the merits of Tanlac, the W. T. Price, was quite sick last week. new medicine that is accomplishing Messrs. R. J. Lyon and Joe Hurt, such astonishing results in Louisville. Campbellsville, were here last Thurs Mrs. Sallie Carrithers, residing at 3846 Grand Boulevard, city, wife of a day. n car builder at the L & N Rev. W. R. Waggoner is here this Shops, said recently. week. His family will arrive in a "My husband just simply forced me few days. to take this Tanlac, but now 1 am Mr. H. C. Feese visited his son, Mr. glad that I took the medicine, as I R. M. Feese, Somerset, the first of am one of the happiest women in 5the week. Louisville. "I had always suffered from catarrh Messrs. Jo Hurt and Will J. Calli-soof the stomach, but my real trouble Campbellsville, spent Sunday iu began when I ate something and had Columbia. ptomaine poisoning as a result of it. Miss Sallie Williams left Monday for My stomach was in such a bad, sensie Harriman, Tenn., where she will tive condition that I could not eat in teaching music. anything. "My husband said to me one day, Mr. J. M. Campbell arrived from 'Why don,t you try this Tanlac?' I Little Rock, Ark., last night and will had tried so many things that I felt remain a week or two. discouraged and told him that I beMr. G. P. Smythe will start this lieved nothing would help me. (Wednesday)morning on his return "He took me for a walk one eventrip to Bradentown, Fla. ing recently, and when passing tlie Drug ,tore, he said, Mr. L. T. Neat, Republican candi- Taylor-Isaac- s date for the Legislature, has returned 'Let's go in and get a bottle of Tanfrom Cumberland county. . lac' He had my arm and we went ''and boughCli Jo M. Reed, wife and children, into the store together J spent two weeks at McKinney, Ivy., bottle of Tanlac. "I waited until morniug before I with Mrs. Reed's relatives. began taking the medicine. I took a Mr. W. T. McFarland will serve on dose before breakfast, one at noon, the Federal giand jury. He left for and a third at supper. That night I Louisvelle Monday morning. slept more soundly than I had in Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Barger have re- months. I now have taked two botturned from Pittsburg, Pa., and will tles of Tanlac and I feel like I am cured. I am here to get another botbe at home during the winter. as my husband insists Mr. P. B. Smith, of Todd county, tle, though, that I should do so. who was reared near Cane Yalley, "I simply cannot get enough to eat was in Adair, last week, on a visit. now. I never had such an appetite Mr. Sam Swiggett, of Franklin, in my life. I enjoy everything I taste Ind., who visited his relatives near and I digest everything properly. My this place, started home last Thurs- stomach is in excellent condition and day. the catarrhal trouble has disappeared. Mrs. 0. C. Pelley and two little My hearing has even improved. Tandaughters are visiting her brothers lac is really a very wonderful mediand sisters at Edith and Dunnville cine." this week. Tanlac, the premier preparation, is Mrs. Den sold exclusively in Columbia at Page Mr. D. Ward Denton and Adv. ton. who have been visiting in Somer & Taylor's. Monticello, returned home set and last Saturday. Mr. X. B. Faulkenburg and Mr. W, E. Faulkenburg, Jamestown, were here Sunday, night. The former was Wanted to Buyv - : en route for Texas. well-known, en-gag- Columbia, Ky. Owners: (If a corporation, give its name and the names and addresses of stockholders holding 1 per cent., or more of total amount of stock. If not a corporation, give names and addresses of individual owners.) The Adair County News Co. C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky. Mrs. C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky W. E. Harris, Columbia, Ky Known bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders, holding 1 per cent., or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities: (If there are none so state.) None. Average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months preceding the date shown above. (This information is required from daily newspapers only.) 2,600 C. S. We gall- Our Show Ring experience enables us to know how to bit and fit our Horses for the requirements of the day. ed Saddle Horses. COOK & COFFEY, Columbia, Ky DR. JAS. TAYLOR, Has located in Columbia and will do a General Mr. Henry N. filler has had trees in his yard topped, giving-better view of his very attractive; home. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. the-shad- e practice. Mr. Sam Mullinix, wife and son, Mr. L. R. Dickens, wife and two children, of Cumberland, county, were visiting the Mullinix families here last week. Mrs. S. F. White and son, Kenneth, of Bradentown, Fla., whose visit to relatives and friends here was very much enjoyed, left yesterday morning for their home. Miss Eva Hammonds of Russell Springs, was here Monday, en route to Bowling Green where she will attend the Grand Chapter of Eastern Star Masons. Her father, Mr. C. A. Hammonds, accompanied her to this place. Mr. Jo Knifley, Mrs. W. I. Ingram and Mr. C. G. Jeffries went to Knifley to attend the funeral of Mr. J. C. Dunbar. Mrs. Omarie Jeffries, who vras visiting at Lebanon, went from that city with her brother, Dr. O. S. Dunbar. Mr. E. D. Durham, of Elizabeth-towM. Durham and wife, Campbellsville, Mr. M. W. Tucker, Mr. C n, Taylor county, Mr. 7. W. Durham and wife Greensburg, and Mrs. A. B. Mur-pheSaloma, visited the family of Mr. R. H. Durham last week. Misses Ora and Mallie Moss Grady-villand Miss Jennie McFarland, this place, left for Indianapolis Saturday morning. The two latter will be bride's maids to Miss Lucile Smith who is to be married this day (Tuesday) to Mr. Karl Bullard. Both the contracting parties reside in Indian apolis. Dr W. G. Hunter, who claims his citizenship at Burkesville, and who some years ago represented the Third district in Congress, and later was Minister to Guatemala, was Jn Columbia Wednesday night, en route for Louisville. He was on his return from a visit to his Cumberland conn- ty friends. y, e, Residence on Burkesville Streef. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Harris, Editor and Mgr. OF KENTUCKY- Office In Butler Building Sworn to and subscribed before me OttieBell, &c. on Public Square. Pltfs. ) J. H. Kinnaird, &c. Defts. ) this 24th day of Sept. 1915. By virture of a Judgment and order seal: Bruce Montgomery of sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderNOW ed at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1915, in SAVE (Notary Public Adair County, Ky the above cause, I shall proceed to ofMy commission expires Jan. 29th, fer for sale at the court-hous- e door in? 1916. 55.00 pays for a Full Diploma Columbia, Ky., to the highest ,bidderr 75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand at public auction, on Monday, the 1st-daNotice. of Nov., 1915, at one o'clock, p. Course, Time Unlimited, if you m , or thereabout, (being County enroll on or before November 1st. Court,) upon a credit of six months People who want their work done Write today for catalog and $20. the following described property, it: promptly call at J. M. Kearnes' madiscount coupon No. 32. A certain tract of land situated? chine shop. There are three of the Address, in Adair county, Ky , on the waters oS' best mechanics in the county now .LeatnerwooQ Creek, known as th& H. O. KEELING, Pres. ready to accommodate any man on Clayton Bell farm, and owned by hire any job large or small. If you. want Bryant & Stratton Business College at the time of his death, and bounded your work done promptly give us a as follows: On the north by the Louisville, Ky. call. We are also prepared to do any lands of John Moss, on the east by kind of automobile repair work and of Jesse Breeding, on the south-bwill appreciate any job rendered unto COMMISSIONER'S SALE. the lands of Jeff Rose, and on the us. west by the lands of John Yates and J. O. Moore. Said land will be sold accord COURT ADAIR CIRCUIT Double Wedding. OF KENTUCKY. ing to a survey which will be on file and read at time of sale. For the Pltf ) J. H. Kinnalrd purchase price, the purchaser, with A very pretty double wedding ocLaura C. Roe, &c. Deft, f order approved surety or securitie, must exr curred in the parlors of the Baptist By virture of a Judgment and parsonage last Wednesday, forenoon of sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- ecute Bond, bearing legal interest the contracting parties being Mr. J, ed at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1915, in from the day of sale untii paid, and' T. McCubbins and Miss Florence the above cause, for the suras of S438.-8- 6 having the force and effect of a JudgShirrell; Mr. Emmett Mays and Miss and $393.93 with the interest at the ment. Bidders will be prepaied ro. Nora E Shirrell. Rev. L. C. Kelly, rate of 6 per cent, per annum f rom.the comply promptly with tl.oe lenus pastor of the Baptist Church, Camp- 1st day of Nov., 1915, until paid, and W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner-- " bellsville, united the couples, using a 848.85 costs, herein, I shall proceed to door solemn and impressive ceremony. The offer for sale at the court-hous- e Russell county will soon be down to brides aresisteis, daughters of the late in Columbia, Ky to the . highest bid business. The machinery for roa3 A. T. Sherrill, whose death occurred der, at public auction, on Monday, the purposes reached this place last WedBy private party, antique or two years ago, near Gradyville, and 1st day of Nov., 1915, atone o'clock nesday and later went to Jamestown. mahogony, cherry, or rosewere quite popular in their neighbor- p.m., or thereabout, (being-Count- y The people of Russell are alive and wood furniture. Four post beds, old hood. The grooms are industrious Court,) upon a credit of six months, good roads will soon be made all oves bureaus, sofas, chest of drawers, farmers, good citizens, and reside in the following described property, the county. chairs, clocks, engravings, colored t: county. Three certain tracts of land prints, tables, brass candlesticks, and Green lying in Adair county, Kentucky, on COMMISSIONER'S SALE. old ornaments to furnish house in old When traveling out of Columbia, the waters of Harrodsfork, and known style. get W. H. Wilson's prices before you as the E. F. Roe lands The first tract Address Care of B. B. 100 Adair hire a rig. contains about 86 acres, more or less, ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT t County News. less about 30 acres heretofore sold off OF KENTUCKY. The remains of Mrs. Agnes Stearns, and now claimed by George Groves, Robert Brown, etc., Pltfs. ) who was the wife of W. H. Stearns, The second and third tracts lie ad- Annie Lee Coomer, etc. Defts. $ Lost. and who died in Florida, were brought joining or near to the first described By virture of a Judgment and order to her old home, near Cane Yalley, tract and contains 2 acres more or of sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderA bay horse mule, with right eye for interment. Before her marriage and 7 acres more or less. For more ed at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1915, im out. Finder return to Waller Hurt, she was Miss Agnes Smith. She was less complete description reference is made the above cause, I shall proceed to of49 It. educated in Columbia and many of Gadberry, Ky door ic to the Judgment and Order of Sale fer for sale at the court-housher old school mates yet living will be of Record in Order Book B., p. 477, of Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder,, A sorry to learn of her demise. The Splendid Offer. the Adair Circuit Court Clerk's of- at public auction, on Monday, the 1st funeral services were conducted by fice. Or sufficient thereof to produce day of Nov., 1915, at one o'clock, p. Eld. Z. T. Williams, many relatives the sums of money so ordered to be m , or thereabout,-- (being County made. For the purchase price, the. Court,) upon a credit of six months Until further notice we will and friends being present. it: purchaser with approved surety or the following described property, furnish The Adair County News one Sheriff Mitchell conveyed Vivian securities, must execute Bond, bearof land situated A certain tract year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir Bryant and Lisle Bailey to the Frank- ing legal interest from the day of sale in Adair county, Kentucky, on fort penitentiary last week. Bryant having the force and of Burns Creek, containing; er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, is to serve one year and Bailey from until paid, and of a Judgment. Bidders will be about 41 acres and bounded on the? effect one year, Farm and Fireside, semi- 6 to 15 years. prepared to comply promptly with north by the lands owned by John monthly, one year; Bennett and Roy Bennett, on the west these terms. All box stalls at W. H. Wilson's W. A. Coffey, Marter Commissioner. by lands owned by Roy Bennett, Lesyear; and Household feed and livery stable. lie Turner and J. S. Stapp's heirs, oa Journal, monthly, one year, all for FOR SALE. the south by lands owned by F. H.31.65. This is the best offer ever made Bryant and on the east by the Hustons For Sale. by this office, and all who want readGreen lands. It is the same land conOn account of old age and desiring ing matter should send their subscripMilling Trade, we veyed by the Sheriff of Adair county Winter Turf oats, clear of cheat, go to retire from the to John M. Brown by deed beazmgr office at once. tions to this offer our First Class water power ing at 60c. per bushel. Call on Ray Roller Flour Mill all complete and in date of August 24th, 1893, and of recCounty Court Clerk's ofFlowers, Columbia' Ky., good ring order with good, substan- - ord in Adair keep on hands a full stock of boook No. 10, page 551. I Bros., Bliss, Xy. 482t. tial custom trade. For particulars fice in deed For the purchase price, the purchase7T-wit- h coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Kerns & Reece, address, approved surety or securities Jamestown, Ky. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and If you want good service, safe driv must execute Bond, bearing legal in- -, two hearses. Prompt service night or ers and fair prices, go to terest from the day of sale until paid The United Brethren 'Conference Kesidence Phone 29, office day. and having the force and effect ol at Wilson's. 44 1) will convene in this place phone 98. will be preparer . Wednesday. Bishop Mathews will Judgment. Bidders J. T. Trlptett, 4&1 yr to comply promptly with these teraoe circuijb court will open Russell preside. There are about thirty minAd, Columbia, Ky. W A. Coffej, Master Commiaeiobar; Jamestiwn next Monday. isters in attendaatt . $20.00 to-w- the-land- s 48-3- t. Additional Locals. -- . to-wi- 44-t- f. 48-3- e to-w- the-water- s To-day'- s 44-t- f. rs to-da- y, V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Plucky Young Newsgirl. -- In Kentucky. (In memory of my friend, James H. Mulligan.) myears old, of Ethel Kienzel, Cincinnati, is going to be a schoolteacher in four more years, and during those feur years she will contine to be a newsgirl and deliver papers to several hundred customers after school just aB she has done all but three days for the past nine years. Ethel was only eight years old when she began selling papers. She did this work after school hours while other girls and boys gave their time to play. She has since stuck to her paper route and with the money earned paid for her education through the public schools of Cincinnati. The plucky young girl says of her work: "Circumstances have made it necessary for me to earn my own living and as I want to a good education and eventually be a teacher, I must work for the money required for my education. I cannot take a steady position on account of at17 re-ceie- ve Thoughts for Farmers. Don't be afraid to maintain all the stock your farm will carry. Rub the plowshare well with axle grease before you put it away for the season. The man who is always just going to do it seldom gets it done, says the Farm Journal. One thing is certain: Visitors to Louisville Looking For There is no moonlight now In Kentucky. Death's hand has touched thy brow In Kentucky. Your friendship was the strongest, ' Your lovelight glowed the longest, Yet, you never wronged the wrongest, In Kentucky. You bore life's burdens lightest In Kentucky. burned the Your home-fire- s Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Are never disappointed when they visit our store. No bigger stock, no better Meats are going to remain high, whether the war continues or not. s get all the If the green out of them, their food value is partly lost. Look for seed-cor- n at cutting time. corn-stalk- 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 Biggest Carpet and Rug Store Hubbuch Bros. ii Efficiency" In Kentucky. To all whoever knew you In Kentucky. To you all girls were fairest Blue-eyemaids the rarest tending school so the next best Your friends always the squar-es- t, thing that offered a fair income was for me to deliver newspaIn Kentucky. pers after school hours to cusOrators were so thick tomers upon a route. I have In Kentucky. been doing this now for nine Officials like "Old Nick" years and only missed three In Kentucky. days. One can even be a news-giboys were on their job and be dignified about the The Ready to play "old hob," work. Of course it takes all the Regardless of the mob time which others devote to recIn Kentucky. reation. I give up school dances outings, and gatherings on ac- The bluegrass still waves bluest In Kentucky. count of the paper route, but I do not mind that part of it so But we've lost one of the truest In Kentucky. long as I am able to receive the same education as the more for- Whose life was one sweet song, Whose soul could do no wrong, tunate pupils at school." Energy and faithfulness to And we'll miss him all day long; duty such as Ethel displays, is In Kentucky. indeed, an inspiration to other The s now are stilled, girls who are seeking an educaIn Kentucky. tion and the knowledge of how "Maxwel ton's" braes are filled to do useful work in the world. In Kentucky. . d rl dove-note- brightest In laying drain, let's not make In Kentucky. the mistake of putting down You played the game called tile too small to carry the water 'life." off when at fioodtide. Without bitterness or strife, If the rain barrel has been You need no drum or fife standing a long time dry, drive In Kentucky. the hoops on before you set it to The sun shone ever through you catch the shower. Save what you get. & Weliendorff, Street INCORPORATED 522 & 524 W. Market has made our growth possible. A Are your folks troubled with crickets getting into the well? Put on a tight top and plaster the wall three feet down with cement. That will fix 'em. There is coming a time when will lift his the boy down-tow- n hat and be proud that he has some country cousins. It will not be so very long, either. Remedy No Family Should Do Without sin. It is a liquid laxative-tonimild, and never gripes, is effective on robust people and can be given with safety to an infant. Children like it because of these gentle qualities and because It is pleasant to the taste. It is the best remedy you can have in the house for any disorder Of the Stomach, lil'Pr in1 hnnulo orwl many people like R. H. Morgan, Price, iciiii., mm ma. xi. vi. jjirviuson, wart-rac- e, Tenn., say they would as soon be without th TiprpssIMp n ttrlfirti ri- Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Anyone wishing to make a remedy before buying it in trial of this the way of a druggist at fifty cents regular or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can Iiava n. snmnla hnttla cAm. l. l. free of charge by simply addressing Dr. T,,ewv-,u"asnington St.. Monticello, 111. a name and address on a postal card will do. c, all-arou-- No matter how healthy a human being may be It is safe to say that not many months are passed without some obstruction of the bowels, in other words, constipation, even if only temporary. The bloating, the dull feeling nay start after the evening meal. If a axative is not taken that night it is certain that sleep will not be sound, and you will awaken unrefreshed. Hence, it is important for you and for all the members of your family that a good, reliable laxative be always kept in the house for just such emergency. It is sure to be needed, and when needed ou want it at.hand. No family that is areful of its health can do without such a remedy. But the question of which remedy to have on hand is also of vast importance. The laxative most highly recommended by the majority of intelligent Americans as being best for babies and grownups is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep Take a good whetstone along A Splendid Offer. with you to the corn-fiel- d when WELL DRILLER you begin cutting. It will save a trip to the grindstone and keep Until further notice we will I will drill wells in Adair and many a backache. off furnish The Adair County News one adjoining counties. See me be As soon as the crops are off, year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir the fall plowing may be begun. er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, fore contracting. Latest imone year, Farm and Fireside, semiChink in such work as occasion monthly, one year; proved machinery of all kinds. permits, and save the hard tugs year; and Household that come to the belated farmer. Journal, monthly, one year, all for Pump Repairing Done. Give $1.65. This is the best offer ever made me a Call. Mice do great damage by by readTo-day'- s bur rowing in clover or tall meadow-grasIf this were pastured off it would furnish a good deal of the mice. If not pastured, then mow, says the Farm Journal. s. this office, and all who want ing matter should send their subscriptions to this office at once. J. C. YATES Things to Remember in . the Chicken Yard. To obtain A Splendid If your oats are a little bit With sorrow and with woe Special Notice To Columbia Folks. That we hope you'll never know, damp when you put them in the "We wish to announce we are exh bins, just run some And our tears will ever flow, clusive Columbia agents for the simslats clear down to the bottom, In Kentucky. ple mixture of buckthorn bark, glycyou can get them that far. . erine, etc., known as This The song-bird- s cease their song if remedy, used successfully for appenHelps a great deal about curing In Kentucky. dicitis, is the most THOROUGH bowthe grain. el cleanser we ever sold. It is so pow- They watch the suddened throng erful that ONE SPOONFUL Relieves A shock of corn half set up In Kentucky. almost ANY CASE of constipation, will go down in the first hard sour or gassy stomach. Alder-i-kFor he who was their friend wind. Put your best into this never gripes, is safe to use and the Has reached life's fitful end INSTANT action is surprising. part of the work. Saves tugging Paull Drug Company. And, with grief our forms we The afterward, for it is a tussle to Adv. bend setup a shock that, has gone V In Kentucky. A hat with the wide brim down that way. It will soon Wood G. DunlapT .slashed at each side and curled spoil if it is not righted up. upward in two little points is a Chamberlain's Recommends Cough novelty. Chronic Constipation two-incAlder-i-kaa Clubbing Bargain good fertility and vigorous chicks the breeds must have ample exercise. The provision of green food the chickens is a matter of the first importance. pay to .feed early hatched cockerels well and market these when they "are about four months and a half old. will We Offer he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One It Year For Only $1.35 Subscription may De new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is It la issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, an d it 13 one of the best home metropolitan weeklieof to- There ifr no better means of succeeding at artificial hatching and rearing than studying the methods of the mother hen. If disease is discovered among Remedy. Smocks are now made of jer- sey cloth, and are delightfully soft and supple, in spite of their fullness. Pockets that apparently or really button over the belt are much used on frocks and coats Jfor both children and grown-ups. "About two years ago when I began using Chamberlain's Tablets I had Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a been suffering for some time with Dad bronchial cough. I felt its benstomach trouble and chronic constipaeficial effect immediately and before I tion. "My condition improved rapidly had finished the bottle I was cured. I through the use of these tablets. never tire of recommending this rem- Since taking four or five bottles of my health has been fine," edy to my friends," writes Mrs. Wil- them writes Mrs.JLohn Newton, Irving, N liam Bright, Ft. Wayne, Ind. Y. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. at Paull Drug C. Ad Ad "Last winter I used a bottle of the fowls promptly isolate all birds showing the least sign of being unwell. Chill, overcrowding and dirty day. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlas the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports: Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome, farm or business man. Thl3 grand Offer Is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'mr for the above combination right now. Call or mail Orders to The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. quarters are common causes of mortality among chickens. ,0b-tainab- le When traveling out of Columbia, We have bought the stock of Merchandise of L. W. Bennett and will get W. H. Wilson's prices before job sell at reduced prices. a rig. hire 44. Sinclair Bros. .MT. -- A " . . . -- ' . J. 1 . .! - v- . x . r Jr.w - , J - ." .- -' 'S u COULD SCARCELY THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Bakerlon. Crocus. HENRY W. DEPP, WALK ABOUT And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin cent Was Unable to Attend to f Aiy of Her Housework. Pleasant HitI, N. C "I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to cw;alk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak. .sinking spells would come on me, 1 iwould have to give up and lie down, Xintil it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of when I finally decided to try Cardul the woman's tonic, and I firmly her, t Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KY. Everybody making molasses Nearly DETNTISXI all of our farmers are in this part of the country just making active preparations to Am permanently located in Col now. get seed for the next year's lumbia. Wheat sowing is progressing wheat crop in the ground. All Classes of lenral work done. Crow believe I would have died if I hadn't nicely. There will be a big crop d&e and Inlay work a Specialty I Bro. Joe Firkin filled his aptaken it. sowed this year. AH Wock Guaranteed pointment at Mt. Zion church After I began taking Cardui I was Bakerton and Goose Creek on the fourth Sunday, delivergreatly helped, and all three bottles reOffice over G. W. Lowe's lieved me entirely. crossed bats here last Saturday. ing one of his usually interestShoe Store I fattened up, and grew so much Score stood 12 to 6 in favor of ing sermons. stronger in three months, I felt like anBakerton. J. B. Stone J. H. Stone other person altogether." Bro. Vance and xwife, of CoMiss Maude Cole, who has lumbia, attended preaching here Cardui is purely vegetable and Stone& Its ingredients have a mild, tonic been gone to Texas and Oklalast Sunday. effect, on the womanly constitution. Attoney-At-Lahoma for two years, has reCardui makes tor increased strength, Will Blair will go to Illinois improves the appetite, tones up the ner turned to good old Kentucky. IQ Will pradice in soon for few week's stay. From vous system, and helps to make pale, Mrs, Lyda Parmley, who went Illinois he will go to Crum, Texthis and adjoining counties. sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million to Louisville for treatment two as, where he has lived for sev-Jamstown, Kentucky . weak women, during the past 50 years. weeks ago, is getting along nice- eral years. It will surely do for you, what it has ly. Thinks she can come home ' The school at this place which done for them. Try Cardui today. soon. Write to: Chattanooga Medlcln Co.. Ladles' Ad is being taught by Prof. Sam vIsoryDept., Chattanooga. Tenn., for Special InVeterinary Surgeon and Dentist structions on your case and book, "Home gasoline boat "Ox- Duvall and Miss Lou Miller, is The new Treatment for Women," sent In plain wrapper. Eye Specialist ford" .is making its second trip doing well. Special attention given Diseases of all this week. It made its maiden There has been two weddings Domestic Animals trip last week. here since our last report; viz. : Office atjiesidence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. The Assessor is making his Ada Cumpton to Will Grant; Phone 1UG. annual trip through the country, Grant to John Cumpton. Columbia, Ky. taking every thing that comes Mrs.Ollie Edwards, who was Business Pho el3A in the way. at the bedside of her mother, tesidence Phone-1- B gentle-actin- g. Stone - w L. H. Jones ge J-- 3 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. All Wheat Groimd should be Roiled 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. E. 0. Stone, of Danville, was Mrs. Patra Bradshaw, during here last week, selling his plugs her sickness, has returned to her home in Hart county. and twists, Carrie Vaughan and brother, zer from this landing this week. Sewell, who are teaching' in the Sparksville vicinity, were at E. E. Cheatham is but with home last Sunday. Rawleigh's remedies this week. T. J. Patton is hauling -- DR. J. N. MURRELL IDENTIST fertili- Office, Front rooms 'In Jeffries BToVg up itaus. Columbia, - Kentucky Miss Tommie Parrish attended Rheumatism and Allied Pains They the Monticello fair this time. Must Go. Notice to the Public General Blacksmithlng She reported a good time. 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. I. H. C. Prices. Parrish attended the Monticello fair. G. D. International Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent, less than 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, I. H. C. V. F. Parrish attended the Stanley speaking at Glasgow. gone. The "man or woman who has Big crowd and lots of noise. rheumatism, neuralgia or other pain Guess Mr. A. 0. will be the and fails to keep Sloan's Liniment in their home is like a drowning man renext Governor. fusing a rope." Why suffer. Get a bottle of Sloan's. 25c and 50c. 91.00 When Baby Has the Croup. bottle hold six times as much as 25c When a mother is awakened from size. Paull Drug Co. Adv. sound sleep to find her child who has gone to bed apparently in the best of Jefferson's Ten Rules. health struggling for breath, she is naturally alarmed. Yet if she can Never put off until tomorrow keep her presence of mind and give Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy every what you can do today. The eongestion of the blood in its Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly flow causes pain. Sloan's Liniment done. All kinds of Rubber Tires pot on. Speela penetrates to the congestion and attention to Horse Shoeing:. Prices right and starts the blood to flow freely. The satisfaction Guaranteed. body's warmth is renewed; the pain is & N. Depot' Depot Shop on St. near L. PHONEINO.J75 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER DRUG OO. Columbia, Ky. IVES PHONE 39. OFVlCJi PSOXW Woodson Lewis, ixt$$K$$ Surveying v ; K3fX3a' Landowners Attention. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do . $$M$$ C. D. s ten minutes until vomiting is produced Never trouble another for what quick relief will follow and the child you can do yourself. will drop to sleep to awaken in the I am prepared to do any kind of , Never spend your moneyilbe-for- e Hoofing, Guttering, &c. I morning as well as ever, This remedy you have earned it. make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized has been in use for many years with Sand Pumpsand any other Never buy what you don't Tanks,. success. Obtainable vat uniform made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call thing Ad Paull Drug Co. want because it is cheap. at my shop if you need any thin6 in my Pride costs more than hunger line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. Clubbing Offer. thirst and cold. TIN WORK. Tin-Work- S. E. Bridgwaters, Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e BfBpiiBf Special For a short time we make the foleaten too little. lowing offer, one of the best we have-evNothing, is troublesome that given to the readers of the News. Here is the proposition: we do willingly, County News, The Adair How much pain the evils have Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, er We seldom repent ofJihaving keep on hands a fall stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or Residence Phone 29, office day. phone 98. I years Attnetin to Eyes Spavin or any Jfiatulo, Poll-evi- l, oic&l work done at fairnricea. 1 am well fixed to take carpf stock. Moo due when work is done or stock t j experience. sonable. Charges rea Phone 74 or m write T. C Faulkner,! Columbia. reatoTedtrom stables. Lf CATJftJl-NE-AlElt K. -- . I WIES' ,ESIKNCE. 8NHttKVlLlE, STKET, The Housewife, ed! Reliable Poultry Journal, Farm Journal. Take things, always by the All the papers., for. one, except smooth handle. the lastjiamed.and.that will, be sent When angry, count ten before for five years. 81.65. takefcthe entire lot If you you npek;,if very angry, count ten hundred. want them subscribe at once. cost us that have, never 'happen 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia, Ky. Ad, Buttons seem.an odd hat trim' ming, yet three bigwhite pearl buttons are fastened on the. twilled ribbon band, that, encircles the crown pf a broadbrimmed black velvet hat,- - i THE ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS Gradyville. The weather continues cold. The first snow of the season came last week. from this place attended the Association at last week. The school rally was well represented at Columbia from this place last Friday. Clem Jones, of East Fork, called in to see us while en route Several tto Columbia Co-iluza- bia Assist Your Stomach To Get Rid of the Poisonous Gases and Fermenting Food. 'X good long fast will do this sometimes. A trip to the mountains. Tramping. Roughing It. Yes, very good remedies. But are you going to avail yourself of either one of these remedies. No? .Then the next best thing is to try a bottle of Peruna. Take it according to directions. You will have a natural appetite. All gas and fermentation in the stomach will dis- 4$444404m44 Q"fr4"9"9$C4a44 Empire & Superior 0r & " Grain Drills, Field Seeds and r appear. last Monday. Robert Wilson, the popular candy man of Cane Valley, was In our midst last Thursday. -- Quite a number from this l?lace were detained in Columbia last Monday afternoon on the account of high water. Mrs. Cetta Nell, of Columbia, Hs spending thisweek"inJour city with her children. Mrs. C. 0. Moss andJher son, To Vote on StocK Law. visiting? relatives James, are Adair County Court, Petition. this week in Campbellsville. Your petitioners signed hereto and 'Willis Bros., of Columbia, were who are legal voters and residence in voting precinct of Adair County, Ky., in" this section last week buying jSo. 5, known as Gradyville voting pie- . Read what Mrs. Emma Bell, Box 204, Fort Pierce, Florida, says: " was taken suddenly with swelling of the stomach and bowels, and great distress. Very painful. Three doctors gave me" no relief. Could not eat anything. Everything soured. I was starving to death. I began taking Peruna and was soon strong enough to do work. After taking five bottles 1 can truthfully say I am well. I gained twenty pounds. " cattle. ' ".' Allen Rose, of Keltner, Vas in our midst last Friday. He' everything moving along nicely in his "section".' " Our farmers are 'putting in' iShis week sowing wheat and oat's. There will be over an average crop of both sown in this -re-por- ts com-rmunit- y. Misses Ora and Mallie Moss deft last Friday, for Indianapolis, cvhere they will spend several imonths visiting. Joel Rodgers, our efficient anill man, is spending this week on his farm near Greensburg. W. R. Francis, the cnsurance man of Campbellsville, was in our midst one day last week. He informed us that his business was good. Misses Florence and Nora JShirrell, daughters of the late iA. T, Shirrell's were married in Columbia last Wednesday to Mr. McCubbins and Mr. Mayes, of Greensburg. The young ladies were two of the nicest of our community. iheir presence will be greatly missed from our churches and Sunday schools, as well as the home circle. .Last Monday we had the hardiest rain to fall that we have had 'here for several years. Our creek got higher than it has fceen for a Jong time. The people Hying close to the creek all imovedout. We are glad to say ;there was no serious damage done, except all the fencing .along on the creek was washed down and quite a lot took away. Also the corn and tobacco on the bottom land was considerably damaged by the flow of water. well-know- cincthereby ask the County to enter an order of said County submitting to the legal voters of said precinct to be voted on at ' the regular November" pfection,"irJl5 The question as to whether of not cattle of any species shall be permitted to run at large in said precinct tc; include all cattle of tne cow, Kind, horses, mules, jacks, jennetts, hogsl sheep, land goats. W. L. Grady, W. J. Jones, W. M Wilmore, Eugene "Nell, J. T. Hose, J. F. Gilpin, J. A. Gilpin, Joel R. Moore, C. F. Richard, John Comer, J. A. Parson, J. E. Elchard, C. H. Morrison, Ed Montgomery, Jim Montgomery, E. R. Baker; Josiah Hunter, George Gilpin, T. W. Dowell, M. E. Compton, S T. 'Tarter, Strong Hill, Eobt. Grady. Hogs Wanted. 4 Let us Know 4 4 4 your at What 4 get them our Freight Shipment. 4 4 r 444 4 THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE. 4 4 $44444444444 4444444444444 tf. J t Fertilizers. 4 r & Repairs you need for May in Drills once, so we Respectfully, We secured -- .them by voting From North Carolina. bonds. 'A No. 8 Township in which I.liye. voted ,$50,000. . Whethe.turnpike was in good would have been regardedas ' "', u- order you had , a, fine object lescommonplace. Something like this, is what son. (Continued from page 5.T -- i' 7 " -- - A BOURBON FEW DROPS POULTRY " 1 - "6 OF' CURE ). V want to buy eight or ten stock hogs that will weigh from 80 to 125 We n pounds. 49-tf. Moss & Chandler. Will Vote on Stock Law. We, the undersigned citizens and legal voters of Egypt voting precinct, of Adair County, Kentucky, petition the Adair County Court to cause to be entered on order of said Court, directing a poll to be opened in said Egypt voting precinct at the regular November election, 1915, to be held in said precinct, and submitting to the legal voters of said Egypt voting precinct the question: "Are you in favor of making it unlawful for cattle, horses, mules, Jacks, Jennets, sheep, and hogs to run at large on the public highways and uninclosed lands of Egypt voting precinct of Adair Coun- ty?" Given under our hands this 28th day of August, 1915. L. M. Sanders, N. M. Ellis, Herbert Furkin, R. A, Cooley, H. H. Absher, Silas F. Holmes, W. P. Dillingham, W. H. Case, W. H. Streeval, W. A. Humphress, R. O. Dillingham, Frank Cooley, James Cooley, Elbert Cooley, Welby Cooley, Willie F. Feese, R. N. Sherrill, T. B. Murrell, R. E. Murrell, C. W. Cundiff. .Notice, Tax-payer- s. 15 th, purbose of collecting taxes. for the AtKnifleythe next day, the 16th. Property holders are urged to meet me as it will be the last opportunity tojpay outside of the office. S. H. Mitchell, Sheriff. 48-2- 1 will "be In Roily Friday, the The best dollar you ever "spent in your life would be to join the Cash Union Store. You get your dollar back in one small bill, for the Union prices are right. Now if you don't want to join the Union, and long to pay a profit to some one, if you will come here'l will sell you the cheapest goods you ever bought and then make more off of you than two or three joining fees. This is a fair, square, honest proposition that was ever before you, and it is for your benefit, and you ignore it. If you don't understand it come and ask me all about it. I am paid to tell you. T. G. Rasner, Cash Union Store. Count's Pile Remedy t 4in4)f shoes, and invite &nd have added a Has never failed to cure any case of all my old piles, even in the most chronic form, new ones to come in customers also It is guaranteed to b an absolute euro :and inspect my stock. I will do you or money refunded. Will be sent by D. M. Moore ..right parcel post on receipt of price $1.00. Garlin, Ky. 49-V. Sullivan, Colombia, Ky. on-th- My Fall e stock of goods have arrived shelf. I also 4yj-- 2t 2t touches a responsive chord in the bosom of a "constant reader." "The beautiful and accomplished Rhoda Raffletree was in our sanctum on Monday of last week. Shft brought us an onion weighing four pounds. Her breath weighed more than that, for it with the odor of a twin vegetable to the one she presented. Her freckled cheeks wereradient with blushes, and in her cross eyes was the light of loves young dream." "Buck Barleycorn was likewise a raider of our holy of holies. He had a wobble in his gait and an uncertain look in his eye. He had on a jag, a last year's straw hat, a corduroy coat, pants and vest; the whole lay out, jag included; cost $4, current money with the merchant. He has just resigned his responsible position, as chambermaid of a livery stable." This is what "constant reader," "Veritas Pro Bono publico" and others of that ilk, regard as masterpieces of English literature. Then, if some man writes something that has a spice of humor or interest, this class draw their faces out long enough to eat oats out of a churn. I suppose an editor has to put in such literary hog wash to please this class, but I tender to them the same message that Vander-bi- lt gave the public. Personals, collected by a person who knows how to make mention and not overdo, may be tolerated. But for some"rusti-cua- " to get off a lot of drivel about commonplace people, not known three miles from home is an imposition. Of one thing I am certainly persuaded; Adair county needs better roads. When I left there the roads were better than in North Carolina. Now we have you skinned beyond redemption. was-frieghte- d to haul two hogsheads of, tobacco to the pike. Then two pulled the load to Lebanon. The days of enchantment have forever passed, if they ever existed, and money makes the mare go. In Cleve land county, N. C, are 11 townships. In No. 6, is Shelby, the county seat. First,, No., 2, then No., 6, voted bonds. When we saw and realized the ease and speed with which we rode to Shelby on buggy or auto; and that we could haul 10 bales of cotton over a sand-clagraded rordeasier than we had been hauling 3 bales over muddy roads, we wondered why we put it off so long. You people perhaps wouldbe suited better with macadam roads. Here, we have ideal soil for sand clay. These roads harden, and the roads of Meclenburg county, have been for twenty years the best in the South. The soil of Kentucky is celebrated for fertility. Naturally, it is, at least, twice as productive as North Carolina. The opponents of bonds said: "We have nothing to haul." We haul several thousand bales of cotton to market, and tons and tons of commercial fertilizer. The South of thirty years ago, bears a very slight resemblance of the South We have better of schools houses, better dwellings, better churches and better barns. These evidences of material prosperity, are the results of good roads. Kentucky has enough fine timber to weatherboard the Rocky Mountains and build a plank floor all over the Mitsissippi Valley. Being so richly endowed by nature, do not neglect your opportunities. I certainly should enjoy seeing a railroad through Adair county, and first class highway. You six-horse- It required W s In the drinkfner vraV.r Makes Hens Lay Amazingly Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera. LImberneck Prevents. Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At Valu- 3 able poultry book free. MURBOH BEMEDT CO. LMtagton, Kj. f " ural advantages. of pains required the labor and here to eke out an existence, will make a good living in Kentucky. Cotton is as much trouble as tobacco, and remember that North Carolina stands next to Kentucky in produotion of "the filthy weed." Melvin L. White. One-four- th y, Officers of Election. are the officers of the November election, selected by the Board of Election Commissioners: - Tle following- to-da- y. aopkJiardlyrlk West Columbia. T. L. McLean and II. D. Murray, Judges; J. N. Squires, Clerk, Wood Paxton, Sheriff. East Columbia. J. Z. Pickett, P. P Dunbar, Judges; Elzy Young, Clerk, W. H. Sandusky, Sheriff. Milltown. D. Geo. Leftwitch, Cheatham, Judges; J. B. Keltner, Clerk, Geo. Atkins, Sheriff. Keltner. Clem Coomer and Manay Kemp, Judges: Lee Vier, Clerk, Turner Keltner, Sheriff. Grady ville. Charles Sparks and EU mer Keen, Judges; E. E. Nell, Clerk, Strong Hill, Sheaiff. Elroy. Tom Patton and Jas. Simpson, Judges; X. W. Scott, Clerk, n Eossen, Sheriff. Harmony. L. W. Tabor and Oliver McClister, Judges; J. A. Darnell, Clerk, G. L Rosenbaum, Sheriff. Glenville. James Marshall and Ed Johnson, Judges; Charley Young, Clerk, Z. T. Taylor, Sheriff. White Oak. John Blair and Milton Judges; Hiram Cooover, Powell, Clerk, Geo. Blair, Sheriff. Little Cake. Welby Williams asd F. W. Miller, Judges; Ben Evaagj Clerk, W. G. Shepherd, Sheriff. Pellyton. M". T. Jones and W. H. Sinclair, Judges; Luther Perryaaan, Clerk, S. S. Workman, Sheriff. Roley. Virgil Hovious and Geo. Walker, Judges; Emmett Goods, Clerk, Milburn Wolford, Sheriff. Cane Valley. Melvin Cave and J. C. Sublett, Judges; John Staaberry, Clerk, Wood Judd, Sheriff. Egypt. Jo Beard, Bun Ingram, Judges; Horace MurreJl, Clerk, w. L. Russell, Sheriff. South Columbia. W. T. Prtee and J. C. Dohoney, Judges; Gee. J. WU ourBevt- - sen, Clerk, TomHoUada. Al-vi- -'- .