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Stamping Ground. e The Woman's Club met with Miss Tom Melson, a Noted Character of Victoria Hughes on last Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 12th, and a very pleasant Southern Portion of Adair afternoon was spent. Mrs. Chapin, presiding. All Second County Killed by an member of the Club are urged to attend the November meeting, which Assassin. will be held at the home of Mrs. Fred Myers, on November 15th, at 2:30, p. Vice-Presiden- t, The Kentucky Conference of the There were two games called at the United Brethren Church was held in High School Gymnasium last Friday their new church building, this place, evening, and several hundred people gathered to witness the contests. beginning last Wednesday morning. The Episcopal address was delivered The first was the Graded School team by Bishop G. M. Mathews, of Dayton, against the High School team. The Ohio, which was well received. the close of the address, reports were boys, but they did up their seniors quicker than you could say, scat, the heard and committees appointed. CORONER OF THE COUNTY HOLDS AN INQUEST. m. Report on Christian Home, by J. C. score being 14 to nothing. When scattered groups of women, Meyers, and a paper "Events of The second game was a team made nearly 50 years ago, started out to pur- Christ's Ministry from Baptism to up of the larger High Schoolboys Tom Melson, who was a noted char- sue culture under the name of Wo- Second Passover," by S. Barker was against an aggregation from Jamesacter of Adair county, was shot and man's Club, nobody dreamed of the exceedingly interesting. town. killed by an assassin, near the Sand splendidly organized band of more At 7.30 Rev. W. E. Schell, D. D., The playing showed that neither Lick Spring, last Wednesday night. than a million women enrolled under Dayton, Ohio, favored a large congre- team was in proper training, still the His body was found Thursday morn- the banner of Women's Clubs to day. gation with a strong and forceful dis- contest was exciting from the start. ing and the Coroner, Dr. C. M. Rus- But the years have developed the course. The game was smooth throughout sell, andSheriff S. H. Mitchell noti- movement so that whenever There were twenty or thirty minis- and terminated in favor of the visitfied. They" went to the scene of the there are clubs, and where aie they ters in attendance, all having reports ing boys, the score standing 23 to IS. killing in the afternoon. The Sheriff not? the community looks to them for of their work, showing that the conThis class of sport has just started September 20th, 1915, the Columbia summoned a jury and an inquest was assistance in every movement for the ference was in a good, healthy condi- and some close and interesting games Lighting Co. commenced its all night held. Upon examination it was found good of the people. may be expected during the remain- service. Since then new electrical tion. that the bullet entered his back and It was Mrs. Decker, who said: "The L. O. Miller, another very able min- der of the fall and winter. machinery has been installed and it came out at his breast. Not sufficient Club brings to the conservative woman ister, delivered a number of talks is now in position to give continual proof was gathered to lay the crime gradual wealth of mind, to the ration- which were highly enjoyable. If jou want good service, safe driv- service from dawn until daylight. upon a particular person, but opinions al woman a knowledge of the indiThe Conference wasell attended Begenning October 20th a new flat were expressed, based upon previous vidual point of view, to the lonely throughout the session, and on Sun- ers and fair prices, go to rate schedule will take effect based upW. H. Wilson's events. The jury rendered a verdict, woman, friends and fellowship, to the day the church house, recently erecton the number of lights in each dwellstating that Melson came to his death rich woman it brings a knowledge of ed at this placeu,was dedicated in a ing in use. Meters will be installed from a gunshot wound fired by an un- her obligations, to all brings help. logical discoursejby-Bishb- p MathewB. Able Sermons. upon the request of any of its patrons known party. mean anything, they At the close oi theTservice dinner was If clubs of who will sign the meter application. Tom Melson had the reputation of mean sisterhood of ideas, of effort, of spread in the basement of the bjiilding Dr. W. E. Schell, of Dayton, Ohio, being a dangerous, quarrelsome man, interest, of culture." wnere an aounaance or gooa cnings Big Mule Day. delivered two or three very able disand the people of the neighborhood Doesn't this statement kindle a were enjoyed by a large number of courses at the U. B. Church last week. where lie lived were generally afraid warm glow in your heart and make people. Harry Lazareth, one of the biggest of him. each member feel that she will attend Those who are in a position to know His sermon Wednesday evening was male dealers in Kentucky, was here lie was about fifty years old. About all meetings and do something for the report that the gathering, the exer- one of the most helpful that has been from Bowling Green, last Saturday. thirty years ago he shot and killed a good of the community, as well as be cises closing last Sunday night, was preachedin Columbia for many moons. His coming had been advertised in The man in his neighborhood named Tom benefitted herself? News, and early in the forenoon stock one of the best the conference has His subject might be called itude to God and Man." It was han- commenced to arrive, and by the noon Smith, and immediately thereafter he held in the State, stimulating all the fled the country, going to Texas. Don't fail to see the foot ball game ministers and laymen. The local min dled pathetically, scholarly, inspiring hour there were something like two Five or six years ago he returned to at Lindsey- - Wilson next Saturday after- isters will now endeavor to bulla a the entire audience. When about hundred mules on the market DurAdair county and after a long hunt noon at 2:30. large membership, and in this laud- half through the discourse the lights ing the day he bought fifty head, payhe was caught by the Sheriff, lodged able undertaking they will have the went out, but he continued his sub- ing from 385.00 to $175.00 per head. ject, the congregation sitting quietly, He also bought three horses, paying in jail, the charge against him being approval of this entire community. Died Near Columbia. murder. During the years that indrinking in every word to the end. good prices. He paid out during the tervened between the time be killed The preacher was delivering light, day, 38,000, a goodly sum, scattered Don't forget to attend the Picture and to hear him in a darkened buildSmith and his trial, some of the imMrs. Addie McCaffree, who was the Show at the Parlor Circle Thursday ing did not disturb those who wanted over Adair. portant witnesses had died and others wife of Mr. Eb McCaffree, died last had left the county, and when his Friday afternoon in the residence and Saturday night, and see three big to be taught by the able divine. If you want to pass an hour of real enjoyment attend the Picture Show at trial came on thece was not proof owned by Mr. S. H. Mitchell, on the reels for the small sum of 1Q cents. sufficient to convict him and fie went Glasgow road. She was about 30 years A special show will be given 'this, For the next week, I will pay 23c the Parlor Circle on Thursday and (Tuesday) night. Don't miss it!. Saturday nights. free. old, and was a lady who had many cash or 24c. in the store for eggs. Since the acquittal verdict he was a friends. She was a victim of consumpD. M. Moore, Garlin, Ky The Transylvania Presbytery of the great disturber in the community, tion. The funeral services and burial Circuit court drew a large crewd to f. Presbyterian Church, U. S. A ., meets no regrets on account of took place at Union Saturday after- Jamestown Monday, all sections of the and there are his passing, but the manner in which noon. It was attended by quite a county being represented. Judge CarI will sell my personal property and at Lancaster, Ky., Oct., 2325, and ter and Mr. Huddleston arrived in the farm, known as the Joshua Hatcher the Kentucky Synod at Ashland Oct., was slain is condemned. he number of relatives and friends. forenoon and in the afternoon, the farm, at public outcry, on the premi 26 to 28. As the pastor expests to at Come to the foot ball game next grand jury went to wprk. .There were ses, Thursday, Oct. 28th. The farm tend both of these meetings there will Modern Woodmen. SpringSaturday at Lindsey-Wilsoa number of candidates present and will be sold for c2sh, the be no preaching services at the Presfield vs. L. W. T. S. Admission 25 cts. several speeches were made. Judge remainder in cine, two and three years. byterian church next Sabbatb. ..On Monday night. Oct. 25th, is regular Carter rehearsed his record as the for adults, 15 cts. for 12 years old and Oct., 31st there vill be the regular t. Anna Hatcher. under. The game will be called at meeting night, and there will be work Judge of the district and from ..exservices in place of the 24th. An. 2:30 in the afternoon. in Conferring Degrees. All Woodmen pressions heard by voters, lie will be effort is being made to build up the Corn gathering will start' soon. It in good standing are requested to be. majority., 'Mr. Sabbath Schooland Christian Endeavby a large Is said that some of the late corn has or. present at !7 o'clock and take part presented his claims Fatal Stroke; Let every Presbyterian rally to Huddleston also been in jpred by frost. F. A.' Rosenbaum, Consul. the standard and make these two orto th& office of Comfor ganizations a mighty power for God in J. C Strange, Clerk. monwealth's Attorney, and .will doubtEld. J. Q. Montgomery,, who assist- Columbia. Mr. William Campbell, who had cordial invitation is less get a largevote in' the county. ed Eld. Williams in a meeting at this given to anyA been living in the Millto.wn section who are not regular atyear has arplace, and who left Columbia, sick, lor two years, met with a stroke of As the period of the owners tendants at other such organizations property and h'as about recovered. He is now in a Magazines.; paralysis last Monday, and died on rived for fires, to meet with us and receive help as use every precaution. meeting at Liberty and is being as-j- well as give Thursday. He was making prepara- tenants should help. flues should be examined, the Lan- sisted by Eld. Thad Tinsley, tions to remove to Illinois, by wagon, The R. V. Chapin. your We to-da- At former was composed of very small y Mr. B. F. Cravens, who left Adair county for Iowa fifty-threyears ago, is back on a visit. He lives at Line-villhis State, and is enjoying fine health. He is a grandson of the first sheriff of Adair county, Benjamin Bowmar. When Mr. Cravens left here the Civil war had not broke out, and. Ben was one of the boys about Columbia, though he lived ?. short distance out of town. The boys all had nick names and he was known as "Turkey" Cravens. He is now eighty-thre- e years old, stout and hearty. At present he is with his sisters, Mrs. Perry Hancock, Mrs. Wm. Hancock, Mrs. Malinda Montgomery and Mrs. Pierce, who live near Cane Valley. He will visit Columbia before returning home. e, M 44-t- f. to-da- y 49-t- n, one-four- th tl - 51-l- VCC3? - IttIS . .: of which was loaded with plunder, ready to start, and just as he attempted to get in the wagon, the stroke came, with the result as above stated. He was about forty years old and leaves a wife and one child. The interment was at Milltown Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. He had a great many friends. V The people of Russell county are looking forward to a greater volume of business. The new road machinery arrived last week, and in a very few days the work of better highways will start. Besides the Dixie Highway, a first-clas- s metal road is to be built from Russell Springs to Jamestown. The building of this road will stimu late other communities, and e re long Russell county will have a number of good pikes. Good roads make business and Russell county is after them in dead earnest. et at Jamestown There was some stock on the markMonday, but only a few head changed hands. Quite a number of good saddle animals were on exhibition. A few horses were sojd at public outcry, bringing fair prices. :& The little child of Mr. and. Mrs. Isaac Curry, who had an enormous Mr. C. G. Jeffries lost a fine young head, died last Wednesday night. It jack Thursday night. He was valued ws about three years old, and its at $250. had grown to be larger than a Wanted at .this office a copy of the News dated SeptemJwsr 8. Born, in Louisville, October 13, to the wife of Arthur Bishop, a dwgh- - Opossum are ripe and the boys are ha Buy Magazines at home. stove pipes inspected and every means used to prevent a blaze. This means can furnish you any Magazine pubmuch to insurance companies as well lished, or duplicate any clubbing offer you may find. See Geo. E. Wilson as the owners of property. 50-or J. A. Williams. parsonage is under-I- t The Methodist will be going some needed repairs, A dispatch from Clinton county says: a very convenient home when the Lum Honeycutt struck Ben Butler work is completed. A splendid stream twice on the head with a club, break-is- g of water has just been found at a his skull, which resulted in hie depth of about fifty feet. death about four hours afterward. The parties fell out over a cane patch . All parties who have been promised which Honeycutt had rented on Butblackboards will please come foe them ler's place about five miles from here. next Friday and Saturday. Bring a Both men were married and neighdeep wagon and call at Page & Tay- bors Honeycutt surrendered to the lor's drug store. The boards may be Sheriff and was lodged, in jail. His given to other schools if not called examining trial is set for for this week. Tobias Huffaker; Supt. Reed & Millerare seriously contemplating the erection of a picture show The Wayne and Clinton county Leg building on the Miller old homestead islative district will be represented lot, on water street. A large comby a Democrat. The Republican can- fortable show house is something the didate failed to file In time in order town needs. A suitable building for his name to.be placed upon the would draw first-clas- s troupes. ballot. The U. B. Conference was well atMrs. Lou W. Atkins and Mr. Guy tended, and a very large crowd came Nell and wifehayejemovjed from fche on Sunday to be present at the dedHancock rooming .houseo the for- ication of the new church. The dedmer's home, on top of hillBurkesville icatory sermon, a very able one, was street. preached by Bishop Mathews. 2t to-da- y. caster. For Sale. Green county farm on Caney Fork, mile from Greensburg. This farm consists of eighty acres, well watered, good dwelling, all necessary out buildings. Price reasonable. For further information call en or address, Mrs. Chas. Walls, 51- - 3t Columbia Ky. one-ha- lf store. The dollar bluffed you. If you don't want to join come and trade with me and I will save you money. I hate to give prices but come on and get your sugar at 6 cents. Now every thing in the store is priced according to sugar and if you are a member you get it less than this price You are bound to save money if you trade with the Union. T. G. Rasner. the cash Union It seems like you are afraid to join - The Rapid Transit Company has For Sale. purchased, of O. C. Collins, a half interest in the lot, in the north part of. I have an extra good Jersey milch town) where a livery stable burned cow, for sale, also a yearling heifer. some years ago, and will put up a E. W. Reed. garage. , i. - r' Eld. Z. T. Williams commeneed a meeting at Esto last Thursday night. He is preaching in the Methodist ehurch, the Christian church having recently burned. FOB SALE. . Braxton Massie bought 12 or 14 young cattle last week, from different) parties. He paid from 135.00 to $40 per head. The farmers of Adair county, finished sowing wheat last week. A very large ra. " ' Oh account, of old age and desiring to retire from the Milling Trade, we offer our First Class water power Roller Flour Mill all complete and in good ring order with good, substanFor fresh groceries, .just opened, at tial custom trade. For particulars living prices, go to the new store of address, Kerns & Reece, Finis Rosenbaum. He will deliver inJamestown, Ky. side corporate limits. Phone 152. 51-n We, the owners of Judas he Stallion, will seU him the first Mr. Curt Yarberry bought last week Monday in November, to the highest a mare mule colt, by Geo. Coffey's jack, bidder, about one o'clock, on public from Mr. John A. Breeding for $85.00. square. Jfr. Yarberry has refused $110.00 for this animal. All box stalls at ,W. H. Wilson's feed and livery stable. 44fcf. court is new la session at Circuit on the Jamestown, Judge Bom to the wife of W, B. Hansford, Somerset, r'i 3t Per-cheo- Oct--lS.19- i$r ti s?i rv ij THE ADAIRfCOUNTY NEWS Border Warfare. -- An Old Clipping. The situation along the Rio Buffalo, N.Y., 1013 15. Grande becomes more and more Editor News: alarming. The United States The enclosed copy was promoved forward and distrib- cured from a paper published in has uted on the American side 15,- - 1800, which I saw in Genisee 009 troops of all kinds, which are County, N. Y., a few days ago, supplemented by Texas Rangers, and thinking may be of interit Sheriff's posses and armed ranch est to your readers, am sending forces. Gen. Carranza near the same to you. Yours truly, Rio Grand, and mouth of the N. B. Miller. Gen. Villa farther up the river, From Ulster County Gazette, have stationed, respectively Kingston, N. Y., Saturday Janand 5,000 Mexican soldiers uary 4th, 1800. Published by facing the American troops. The Samuel Freer and Son. Americans seek to repel MexGeneral George Washington ican raids into American territo- departed this life on the 14th, ry and the Mexican commanders December 1779. pretend to do all the can to stop Between three and four o'clock tfchem from the southern side of the sound of artillery from a ves the river, yet in the last four sel in the river firing minute creeks scores have been killed guns, awoke fresh our solemn and hundreds wounded on Amer- sorrow the corpse was reican territory, among them many moveda band of music with American citizens. A state of mournful melody melted the war really exists on the border. soul into all the tenderness of This situation began to shape woe. The procession was formed when Gen. Huerta went to Texas. and moved on in the following There is no doubt of his inten order: Cavalry, Infantry, Guard, tion to invade Mexico with an Music, Clergy, with arms re8,-O- 00 A multitude of persons assembled from many miles around, at Mount Vernon, the choice abode and last residence of the Illustri- ous Chief. There were the groves, the spacious avenues, the beautiful and sublime scenes, the noble mansion, but alas! the august Inhabitant was now no more. The great soul was gone, his mortal part was there Indeed, io but ah! how affecting, how aw W ful the sDectacle of such worth i and greatness, thus to mortal eyes, fallen! yes! fallen! fallen. In the long and lofty portico, is? Ford Automobiles The Ford is not only the Cheapest but the best AUTOMOBILE on the market. None its Equal for this country, in Economy, in Upkeep and Durability. Price in Columbia $461.95. All kinds of Repairs for Ford Cars kept in stock at our Garage. where oft the hero walked in all Columbia, Kentucky. his Glory, now lay the shrouded corpse. The countenance still composed and serene, seemed to depress the dignity of the spipit, Hogwallow News. No Man's Land. which lately dwelt in that lifeless form. There these who Europe is the only continent paid the last sad honours to the The Mail Carrier got in the benefactor of his country, took morning, accompanied by a nice which has been completely explored. A large area in North an Impressive a farewell view. rain. On the ornament at the head of America has- never been visited Sidney Hocks says the people by civilized people. It is in the the coffin, was Inscribed, "Surge getting so Ad Judicium." About the mid- of these times are northwestern part of Alaska, dle of the coffin, "Gloria Dec." cultured he can hardly go to! within a short distance of the and on the silver plate, "Gen- church without his hair combed. coast. There are, besides, simiarmy gathered together on the versed. The General's horse eral George Washington." The Duputy Constable will at lar areas in the extreme northnorth shore of tha Rio Grande. with saddle, holsters and pistols. ADVERTISEMENT IN SAME PAPER. tend the play at the Tickville ern section of the North AmeriBecruse his designs were frus- Pall bearers: Cols. Sims, RamFor Sale The one half of a opera house one night next can continent, in the vicinity of trate many of his adherants in say, Payne. Corpse Pall bear- saw mill with a convenient place Hudson bay, and again in Labweek, as several important arMexico have sought to avenge ers: Cols. Gilpin, Mars teller, for building, lying in the town of rador. rests are to be made in the third by invading American territory. Little. Mourners, Masonic Rochester. By the mill is an InThe interior of Brazil has sevThey have undoubtedly been en- brethren, Citizens. eral large unexplored areas, and exhaustible quantity of Pine act. couraged by Carranza and Villa, The sorghum mill on. Musket there are similar areas to the When the procession had ar- wood and also a stout, healthy, fcoth of whom see no solution of rived at the bottom of the el- active Negro Wench." Ridge had a pleasant visitor southward. Africa, as might be the problems created by civil evated lawn, on the bank of the Any person inclined to pur- Wednesday in the person of Miss expected, contains more unex-- , strife in Mexico, except that sup- Potomac, where the family vault chase may know the particulars plored territory than any other Rosy Moseley. She went away plied by American intervention. is placed, the Cavalry haulted, by applying to John Schoon-make- r, continent. The largest lies in looking sweeter than ever. They are plainly endeavoring to the infantry marched towards the Sahara, while the central Jun. at Rochester, NoThe Wild Onion school teach- part of the Dark continent to the iforce the United States to send the Mount, and formed their vember 14, 1799. er thinks everybody' should be southward offers many opportufirmed forces across the Rio lines, the Clergy, the Masonic tGrande, to repel which they will brothers, and the citizens, de- Every Home Needs a Faithful cough well pleased with the location of nities for exploration. and Cold Remedy. the United States, as all the Despite the antiquities of civfinite their armies, fight for a scended to the vault, and the When seasons change and colds apcommon cause and, thus fight- funeral services of the Church pearwhen you first detect a cold af- map3 show it to be in a choice ilization in Asia, much remains ing, settle their own difficulties. was performed the firing was ter sitting next 'to one who has spot on the top side of the globe. to be done by the geographer. sneezed, then is that a tried and Therefore, they encourage this repeated from the vessel in the tested remedyit should be faithfully There are several unexplored Flooding and Cramping! areas in Arabia, as well as in border warfare in the hope that river, and the sounds echoed used. "I never wrote a testimonial the United States, driven to from the woods and hills around. before, but, I know positively that for China, and especially in northern myself and family, Dr. King's New STELLA-V1TA- E desperation, will be forced to in Three general discharges by the Discovery is the best cough remedy Siberia. Australia contains sevSTOPPED IT! vade Mexico. Infantry, the Cavlalry, and elev- we ever used and we have tried them eral dark spaces in the northern This has a world of meaning all." 50c. and 81.00 at Paull Drug to every woman who suffers en pieces of artillery, which Co. section. Thoroughout the South 4)NE SPOONFUL GIVES ASTONISH-INAdv. as Mrs. J. S. Blair of Enterlined the banks of the Potomac seas lie many islands, some of conprise, Okla., suffered and there RESULTS. Senator Ollie James spoke last are many thousands such. vault, paid the last siderable area, which have not 'Columbia residents are astonished back of the week at Bardstown and Hon. Mrs. Blair tells the story of her sufyet been placed upon the may. at the QUICK results from the simple tribute to the entombed Comfering and care much better than wo Harry McChesney at Shelbyville can tell it. We Quote tier own words: mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, mander in Chief of the Amer Chronic Constipation etc., known as Alder-i-kThis remin behalf of the Democratic "I had been noodine, cramping' and armies of the United States , edy acts on BOTH upper and lower ican Tomltiflz (or Are months and tafclng "About two years ago when I begaa ticket. medicine from as good a doctor as the .bowel and is so THOROUGH a bowel and to the departed Hero. country afierds, bat he did me bo good. using Chamberlain's Tablets I had I ot tired of doctor's medicine and seat cleanser that it is used successfully in to the drag store for a woman's mediThe sun was now setting, alas! At the special term of Circuit been suffering for some time with etas asd the druggist sent me appendicitis. ONE SPOONFUL of stomach trouble and chronic constipawhich began at Hartford Alder-i-k- a relieves almost ANY CASE the Son of Glory was set forever. Court "One bottle stopped everything ana tion. My condition improved rapidly woman. I felt like a differentalready Z have last week a number of cases of constipation, sour or gassy stomach. No the name of "Washington and will used six bottles through the use of these tablets. continue to use and praise STELLA- ONE MINUTE after you take it, the the American President and Gen- against alleged possum hunters Since taking four or five bottles of weasaa'e VITAE whenever I seed 1 will be tried. .gasses rumble and pass out. The audldae." been fine," 3 them my health has 9 STELLA-VITA-S Paull Drug Co. Adv. eral, will triumph over Death! dkl for Mrs. writes Mrs. John Newton, Irving, N What A Splendid Offer. Blair it will do for yoa. We guarThe unclouded brightness of his Y. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Kaz Barlow had his picture antee the first bottle to benefit yoa. Glory will Illuminate the future Yoar money bade if it don't. Yoa Ad cannot afford to not try it when made the first of this week. The yoa have all to gain and not a penny ages! . Until further notice we will photographer has promised it to to lose. 4 The reunion of the ConfederAN EDITORIAL IN SAME PAPER. furnish The Adair County News one yoar dealer todap and begin "j Oo to him by Sunday,, as he wants to trying to 1 ate Veteran Association will be trykig George Town, Dec. 20, Wash- year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir become well. We Iota the price if J show it at church. held at Pewee Valley on Thurs-da- y. yoa are not benefited. In many er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, ington Entombed. years of guaranteeing STELLA- one year, Farm 4and Fireside, semiVITAE lees than one bottle out of keep on hands a fall stock of On Wednesday last the. mortal I everg thousandth failed tobcaeftt. 4 Maga monthly, one year; soffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep part of Washington the Great zlne,mottthly,one year; and Household Tha grand jury's report in Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and m tkiumamdtm ewf f Journal, monthly, one year, all for rtwo hearses. Prompt service night or the Father of his Country, and Pike county shows the glaring $1.65. This is the best offer ever made Thacher Medicta. day., Residence Phone 29, office the friend of man, was cos- CHATTANOOeA,-TEK- . corruption and fraud in the by this office, and all who wantread-inc- r .pkooe 98. signed to the tomb with solemn should send their subscrip matter For Sale By Page,& Taylor. J. T. Triptett, yr elections in that county. ' Ooluabia,. Kj? jboBon and funeral Pomp. po this office at once. tions "3Ld,. G a. STELLA-VITA- B. -- Sandusky Bros., Agents, STELLA-VITAa- V To-day'- s y C. j 45-- 1 THE ADAIR COUNT? NEWS $&am&mj STOP-A- T THE REGARD FOR THE LAW. GALT HOUSE WHEN IN LOUISVILLE EUROPEAN JPLAST Good Rooms for $1.00 per Day. Fine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices. Free Auto-Bu- s Meets Trains Turkish and Electric Baths Ignorance of the Law is no excuse and disregard of the Law is a crime. When Laws are so obnoxious as to they afford excuses for should be changed, and the people have this right. "If your right hand offend you, cut it off," was no idle inDON FAIL TO VOTE junction, but means the offense should be removed rather than the mutilaFOR . i tion of the member. Our Tax Laws are distasteful and detrimental, but the remedy should be jTHE TAX AMENDMENT to amend them instead ol allowing them to undermine the morals of the people by openly disregarding them. The successful evasion of one Law "I Don't Feel Good" may encourage the violation of others That is what a lot of people tell us. and in time breed a contempt for all Usually theirbowels only need cleansing. Tax Law from another State which had been striving to get rid of it for Lucky Accidents. forty years and which shows that an Intolerant politician may not always be a tolerable patriot, or Kentucky How to make starch from com would not have been throttled in the way she has been. meal was discovered accidentally T ( Write For Reservations, EVERYTHING IN Laws. While every citizen owes obedience to the Laws, the Laws should be made fair and equal to every citizen. The Tax Laws are neither fair nor equal and are productive of deceit and dishonor and if for no other reason than this should be changed. will do the trick and make you feel fine. We know this positively. Take one tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drug Co. HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized Rugby. T. J. Rosson had a severe chill caused by. blood and corruption UNIFORM TAXATION. Property differs so greatly in character and earning power it has always been impossible to tax the various kinds uniformly. Every attempt to tax movable property the same as immovable property has failed and will always fail. "Two wrongs do not make a right," and when assessors find it impossible to discover the ownership of movable property and undertake to square things by lowering the assessment of immovable property, there is no right or justice in it and everybody suffers in mind and matter. The more stringent the Law to uncover movable property the faster it moves and hides, and this fact is so well established the assessors in most counties let movable property go by default. Uniform taxation Is a delusion and a snare. It may suffice to fool the ignorant, but the knowing ones just laugh at it This is rough on the poor man whose all is in sight and immovable, and is also tough on the rich man who defies the law and hides his wealth from the assessor, for he knows he is doubly guilty in saving himself at the expense of his less fortunate neighbor. d in his body last Wednesday night and is inja critical condition. Automobiles pass here very ofcen now. and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. incorporated 11 2-- The schoolsfat this place are progressing nicely with good attendance. EIroy Rupe, of Randolph, Ky., has moved into our neighborhood. We welcome him into our midst. meeting at this place closed last Tuesday night with three conversions and the neighborhood, greatly Irevived. There were nine additions to the church. They were baptized at this place Wednesday morning by their pastor, Rev. Pardue. There was a large crowd present. The CO- - 1 16 Eaal Matfcet Mreeif Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. Birdseve view !of our Plant EQUITABLE TAXATION. "Largest in Dixie" W. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. I v J Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Knifley. Rev. Oscar Capshaw filled his Windows, WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, The differences in property call for t differences in taxation just as "one star differs from another," and yet all the stars and all the property serve their purposes. The man who puts his money in Securities issued on property already taxed and paying more taxes because of the improveMolassesjmaking is the order ments justified by the man's money, Is just as useful a citizen as the man of the day here. who puts his money in lands and houses; but when the first man obWe are having lots of rain jects to giving up the greater part of the earnings on his securities, issued here now. on property already taxed, he Is People Ask Us looked upon as a tax dodger, and the man with the houses and lands who What 13 the best laxative? Years of experience in selling all kinds leads us-tcannot so readily escape denounces a " always recommend tax system which seems so unfair. Ask this man to surrender a half to of the income from his houses and lands and there would be another as the safest, surest and most satisfactory. Sold only by ua, 10 cents. tale. Tne revenue of the first man is limited, while that of the other is Paull Drug Ce. "Will Relieve Your Indigestion unlimited, and yet there are people who cannot see the distinction. EquitOrdinary. Out of Paull Drug Co. able taxation is based on the earning power of all property, in just proporA skunk strolled into the First tion, and if any partiality is shown it Dirigo. should be in favor of the man who Presbyterian church o f Camrisks his money to improve houses and lands owned by others, which may O., the other night durdepreciate, but cannot fly away. Rev. H. T. Jessee preached an bridge, three-fourth- s by Thomas Kingsford, a mechanic. One day he threw a me3s of corn meal into a garbage paiL His wife emptied some lye into the same pail, and in the morning: when he emptied the pail he was astonished to find a small quantity of starch at the bottom. Thomas Bol30ver, a Sheffield: mechanic, was mending the handle of a knife made of copper and silver. He saw these matals-fustogether, and the idea of silver plating was born in his-- , mind. He laid a thin plate of silver on a heavier one of copper,, and heated them till the edge of silver began to melt. He took them from the fire,. let them cool slightly, then, rolled and hammered them to the desired thickness. This wa3 the origin of "Sheffield plate," all of the which was made in this way until electroplating was invented! Cornelius Dubbel left a bottle-oaqua regia (a mixture of nitric and muriatic acids) on a shelf. It fell over; the acid ran down over a window and dropped! into a bottle containing an extract of cochineal. This turned! to a vived scarlet. Dubbel found-thathe acid had dissolved some of the tin of the window casing,, and the combination had produced the new color. A few experiments added the most brilliant color to the list of dyes. e f bttOl&L Dyspepsia Tablets the I TAX AMENDMENT. The Tax Amendment was carried regujar appointment at Parnell's Chapel last fourth Sunday. Mrs. Fannie Tucker and chil- dren visited her father, John Arnold, from Friday till Sunday. The relatives and friends of Mrs. J. R. Pike, who lives in Russell county, gathered at her old home place, the 3rd of October, and set a dinner in honor of Mrs. Pike's eightieth birthday. There was everything good to eat. There was a large crowd and everybody reported a nice important measure and every citizen should vote for it. by thirty thousand majority two years ago, but because the Secretary of State failed to advertise it ninety instead of sixty days before the election, as the Constitution requires, it must be voted on again at the November Election. The welfare of the State demands the of this fair-minded KENTUCKY NEEDS A good many things' to place the Slate in the rank she deserves in the march of prosperity, but when sifted down the greatest need of all is a new Tax System that will attract instead of repel Capital, which guarantees cheap money for the improvement of farms and development of local industries. Although one of the oldest States, centrally located and with marvelous natural advantages, other and less favored States have outstripped us, and, as someone has aptly said, "Kentucky is an Island of comparative poverty surrounded by a Sea of industrial prosperity." And why? The answer is because of our repellent Tax System. Equitable taxation means cheap money. Easy money means improvement and development Industrial enterprise keeps the people at home and increases the population. More people means more consumers of our home products. Close markets means good prices, and all of this has been retarded because some wise acres borrowed a soalled Unlf time, and we hope Mrs. Pike riously stabbed, is improving may live to see many more birth-day- s. nicely at this writing. A. C. Wheeler raised a pear Harry Perkins, who was se- Several from this place attended the spelling at Hovious weighed one pound. Who can schoolhouse last Wednesday beat that? night. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bault and Married, on the 30th of Sepdaughter, Ora Mae, spent last tember, Mr. David Irvine to a Sunday at W, E. Bryant. Miss Burton. on a two-ye- ar old tree that J Read Our Liberal Paper Offers practice. The meeting" excellent sermon at this place ing choir was broken up when Thomas M-- . last Sunday. Lloyd, a prominent merchant, H. M. Campbell has returned kicked the animal. The auditor-riufrom an extended visit to Illinois. has been renovated.. A fine milch cow belonging to , To please the dying woman-,R. G. Murphy died last week. two little parrakeets were offIt is thought that she ate buck- icially put to death on Staten-Island- , eyes.; N. Y., the other day by R. L, Campbell was at the the S. P. C. A., and buried with. circuit court severCumbdrland their mistress. When Mrs. Willal days last week. iam Furst, after a long illnes3- Every body in this section are .was near death, she asked her overjoyed to know that our husband to have the birds buried school took first prize at the with her, because she was afraid School Rally last Friday, and the pets would not receive proppatron in the disthere is not a er care after death. who is not proud of our extrict More than 1,100 sheep are deadJ cellent teachers, and all of the within a radius of three miles? patrons would be glad to know from Boyd, Wash., as the result Mr. Strange and Miss Epthat of eating the white camas weed. could be secured as teachperson Crazed by the weed, part of the this school next year. ers for sheep ran wild through the towm For we are certainly having one until they died in convulsias of the best schools ever taught while hundreds plunged into the "". at old Independence. KittJe rivwr and wire drowred- - ( THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS , ' - PsE ADAIR COUNTY HEWS MRS. M. JOSEPH SAYS 'EXCELLENT' Louisville Woman Published Every Wednesday BY THE - Adair County News Company Asserts Tan- - (Incorporated.) CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest of the City of Colombia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. Entered at the Columbia class man matter. Post-offic- lac Benefited Her ml Stock Our entire Fall Stock is open 'for Inspectiont - All Departments e as second SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. OCT. 20, 1915 Democratic Ticket. For Governor A. 0. STANLEY. Tor Lieutenant Govepnor JAMES D. BLACK. For Secretary of State BARKSDALE HAMLETT. For Attorney General ' M. M. LOGAN. Tor Auditor r R. L. GREENE. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 19. nie Joseph, wife of Louis Joseph, the n employee of Fontaine Ferry Park, is among the hundreds of Louisville people Iwho recently have indorsed Tanlac. Mrs. Joseph said: "I have suffered from nervous several years. My system' was all run down. I had nervous headaches and was generally depressed in well-knowde-biti- ty Mrs. Min- ArerEulI, Embracing .Everything New and Desirable in Glassy .v. iviercnanaise Be sure to visit our Balcony Floor and look over our Ladies and Misses Coats, Suits, Skirts, &c. It Jf' 1 T "I used a number of preparations in the hope of bettering my condition, but nothing seemed to accomplish the right results until I began taking Tanlac. Tanlac has proved a most excellent tonic in my case. It relieved me wonderfully. I am so much better and I willingly recommend this Tanlac, the premier preparation, can now be had in Columbia at Page Adv. & Taylor's. spirits r -- We have " An Opening Every Day. Russell & Co. 37?iuuiiutuitiiiaiiiiuuitiiiiuiitiiiiiiittauiiiiuitiuiiuutiiuuiiiiuiiiiiiitiiiiuuuttiiiiuiai! mnryrvw yyTraranryyyyary: r y ym rrrmnr innnnnnnnnnnf mfW f V Another striking victory has tinues in the Souchez region in this department that Capt. Charles H. Morrow should not been won by the Russians on Northern France, where the Gerparticipate in the gubernatorial the southern front, in Eastern mans recently penetrated some campaign now being conducted Galicia. They have pierced the of the trenches in the Givenchy great Victory at Frankfort this in Kentucky, I, as Acting Secre last line of Austrian defenses on woods, which had been previouswinter, it behooves every lover tary of War, issued this order the Stripa river and stormed one ly lost to the French. 's of the strongest points on the statement by the Paris War of the party to vote it straight. when the Adjutant General of SIDT. DOUTHITT. right flank. Office mentions particularly seGive the same support to the the army referred to me an offi Austro-GermaFor State Senate middle and tail of the ticket that cial request of Capt. Morrow to vere actions between Souchez R. B. TEIGG The British have made a genyou give unto the head and there be permitted to participate in the and Givenchy to the northwest For Representative eral attack along nearly the en MONTGOMERY. RAY will be no doubt of a great vic- campaign. A soldier has no busof Hill No 140. tire front from Ypres in Belgium For Circuit Clerk tory for us to celebrate. We iness mixing in politics. If the In the Campaigne a German F A. STRANGE. to L003 in Northern France, the to have the ticket made up of as Republican candidate for the War Office announced It attack the West of Tahure Attorney General James Gar-ne- tt fine material as ever went before governorship of Kentucky be- declares that all the attacks fail- was checked by artillery fire, the French report asserts. The was in Louisville last Wed- the electorate and we want all lieves that soldiers should also be ed. nesday, and meeting a represent- our children there of the same politicians he is entitled to his The line of the new attack re- French rear lines in the Champagne district have been subjectative of the Times the following faith so as to enjoy a regular old belief. But that accomplish- ported by Berlin extends for a ed to asphyxiating bomb atwent to print: "I see where fashioned love feast. Stamp un- ment of the present administra- distance of more than twenty-fiv- e tacks, is declared. it you have announced that I would der the rooster and let your vote tion of the War Department, in miles. If it .proves to be in Martial law in partial form has which I take most satisfaction reality a concerted offensive been proclaimed in The Hague, be a candidate for the Democrat- go Gallagher. and pride, is the absolute elim- movement it represents one of the measure, affecting workmen ic nomination for Congress in the The Boston Americans won the ination for the time being of pol- the most extensive that the Brit- in trades furnishingniilitary supEighth district." said Attorney world's baseball championship itics from the administration of ish have undertaken. The Brit- plies in Holland, compelling the3e General James Carnett, who was from the Philadelphia National workers to obtain military perthe army. I therefore regret be- ish attack was accompanied by a mits to go to in Louisville last night. "I beother districts. in the fifth game of the big seing unable to accede to your re- bombardment of the Belgian The lieve in running one campaign at line has been ries. The American League quest that Capt. Morrow be per coast. a time," he went on, 'and had cut for a distance of five miles at representatives won the last four mitted to participate in the presintended to defer my formal enItaly probably will take part a point believed to be about fifty games piayea. rnnaaeipnia miles South of Nish, according try until after we elect Owsley ent campaign. in the allied movement in the to an Athens dispatch. winning only the first. Four This "Henry Breckenridge, Stanley Governor and the rest of Balkans, Rene Viviani, the trunk line is naturally the one home runs, two by Hooper, feat"Acting Secretary of War." the Democratic ticket, but my French Premier, told the French that would be used by allied ured the final contest. mind is made up to go after the forces moving from Saloniki to Senate nomination for Congress and Mayor Joseph E. Bell, of InWAR SITUATION. That Russia would participate Serbia's assistance in resisting the Teutonic-Bulgaria- n from the assurances of support I dianapolis, was acquitted of elecattacks. in the Balkan operations of the Serbian resistance to the Teuhave received all over the dis- tion conspiracy charges on the Allies, begun by Great Britain tonic advance South of the DanLondon, Oct. 13 (10:28 a. trict I feel very hopeful of the fourth ballot. He refused to has declared war on and France, already had been ube is described in the current outcome." General Garnett will comment on the 100 other cases War Office statement as Serbia, says a Central News dis- announced by Premier Viviani. Austrian retire as Attorney General of to be tried. Sir Edward Grey in the British "most severe." The Austrian patch from Paris. Kentucky on the first Monday in made attacks, however, are reported as Only eleven days from the A dispatch from the Bulgarian House of Commons everywhere progressing. The January next. announcement, saying Serbians are counter-attackindate of this paper until the No- frontier states that a declaration a similar troops would be sent but their counter strokes are de of war against Serbia will be the Russian The political situation as far as vember election. clared to have been repulsed as soon as they were available. posted throughout Bulgaria. it pertains to the Democratic sit There is no disaffection in the The Vossische Zeitung repub The French Premier's an with heavy losses. uation in all the nine DemocratSerbians took the initiative at follows the ic districts in the State, is be- Democratic party of Adair coun- lishes a dispatch to the Zurich nouncement one point on the Bulgarian fronNeue Nachrichten to the effect news from Rome last night tier on Tuesday, according to a coming more clarified every day, ty. that Bulgaria declared war on that Premier Salandra, of Italy, Sofia dispatch to London, and while the latest news from the coun- Serbia, with this comment: had returned from the front, crossed the border, but were detenth and eleventh districts is The Democrats of Adair y battle in ty will do their duty. "We can say this report is, in where he conferred with King feated after an very encouraging indeed. If the their attempt to occupy heights form, premature. It is a fact, Victor Emmanuel and Gen. Democratic workers will keep up West of Belogradchik, Bulgaria. chief of the Italian army their most incessant endeavors STANLEY'S APPEAL IN MORROW however, that The Russians now have supeCASE. relations have grown so much staff, presumably with regard rior in munition supplies, a. from now until election time, more acute in the past few hours to war policies. Dutch correspondent at the front we feel that victory is ours by a Washington, D. C, Oct. 13 conflict between possible clew to the methods telegraphs to The Hague, this A large majority. There must be In reply to a telegram from A. that an armed Bulgaria must appear by which Russia may join her accounting for their recent sucno let up or lukewarmness on the O. Stanley, asking that the War Serbia and allies in Balkan warfare is fur- cesses against the Austrians and part of any one. Every voter Department waive any regula- unavoidably near." Germans. must hue to the line and keep up tion that might prohibit Capt. The Austro-Germainvasion nished by a Bucharest newsAccording to a Stockholm dispartic of Serbia is making progress, paper, which states that Russian patch seventeen German a constant bombardment of the Charles H. Morrow from which ply the Baltic Ken- the War Office announced, al- troops have been withdrawn fort of the enemy. This sort of ipating in the campaign in tucky, Acting Secretary of War though the Serbians by their re- - from Bessarabia and are being are missing and are believed - protection is what gives to each been sunk by British subBreckinridge sent Mr. Stanley sistance are mtenering to some concentrated at Odessa for a marines. The sinking of a half-dozvoter encouragement that is the following telegram: extent with the advance. A vil- movement against black Sea German steamers by h requisite to reach the goal of vic-"Replying to your telegram of lage and other positions south of ports, .under-se- a craft in these wa.-' violent artillery fighting con: ters already has been recorded. -- .Jory. October 11 concerning order of Belgrade have been captured. SHERMAN GOODPASTER. For Clerk of Appellate Court RODMAN W. KEENON. For Supt. Public instruction Y. O. GILBERT. For Com of Agriculture MATT S. COHEN. For Railroad Commissioner For Treasurer In order that the Democratic party may be able to invite a cabinet of its own to sit at .the table when we celebrate our To-day- n to-da- y. Nish-Saloni- ki to-da- y. m.)-Bulga- ria to-d- ay g, to-da- y all-da- Ca-dorn- a, Serbo-Bulgaria- n n ore-steamer- s to-hav- e . en Bri-tis- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS -- Clubbing Offer. , Every Woman Should Know There are three entirely dif- ferent kinds of baking powder tl namely: (1) Cream of far tar, derivofd) from grapes ; (2) Alum, a mineral' acid; and) (3) Phosphate of Lime. (1) Baking Powders made of. 'Cream of Tartar add to the food1 -- For a short time we make the following offer, one of the best we have-eve- r given to the readers of the News. Here is the proposition: The Adair County News, Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, The Housewife, Reliable Poultry Journal, "Horses Trained and Schooled" :::: ; - ---: :: :: In the Most Fashionable of Going Tails Set and Straightened all over the which Cream of Tartar is derived' (2) Baking Powders made of. Alum add to the food some form ofl1 Alum or Aluminum, a heavy metal1;- ' wholly foreign to any natural' article of food. (3) Phosphate of Lime Is made from rock or by burning bones which by chemical action are changed into a white, powdered! - same healthful qualities thatJr' exist in the ripe grapes from -- Farm Journal. All the papers for one, except the last named and that will be sent for five years. 81.65 Horses Worked for Speed and Action. We have shown horses Kentucky and , ' want them subscribe at once. Marriage Licenses. takes the entire lot. If joii & Missouri for the last eight years in the hottest company, and got my share of Premiums. We . acid. substitute. only because baking powder It is used in a cheaper; it is The following marriage licenses were recently issued from the Adair County Clerk's office: Clarence Young and Lela Wade. A. C. Coomer and Frances England. Dallas E. Pike and Mollie Shepherd. F. O. McClister and Sallie Blair. Will Vote make it a specialty handling three and five gait-e- d Saddle Horses. Our Show Ring experience enables us to know how to bit and fit our Horses for the requirements of the day. COOK & COFFEY, Columbia, Ky. on Stock Law. We, the undersigned citizens and legal voters of Egypt voting precinct, of Adair County, Kentucky, petition Every housekeeper should read' the Adair County Court to cause to the names of the ingredients' be entered on order of said Court, diknow) printed on the label and recting a poll to be opened in said what she using.) Egypt voting precinct at the regular November election, 1915, to be held in ROYAL BAKING POWDER COh said precinct, and submitting to the New York legal voters of said Egypt "voting question: "Arejou in favor of making it unlawful for cattle, horses, mules, Jacks, Jennets, sheep, acute indigestion last week and for and hogs to run at large on the nublic several days was a very sick lady. She highways and uninclosed Jands of is now improving. Egypt voting precinct of Adair CounMr. Bryan Royse left for Illinois ty?" Mr, C. A. Snow, Rowena, was here Given under our hands this 28th day Tuesday morning, ,. , Saturday. of August, 1915. Avery Blair and Daniel Grider left L. M. Sanders, N. M. Ellis, Herbert Mr. John Q. Alexander was here a Tuesday for Illinois. Furkin, R. A, Cooley, H.' H. Absher, few days ago. Mrs. J. Z. Taylor, of Mounds, Okla., Silas F. Holmes, W. p. Dillingham, Mr. J. J. Tucker, of Greensburg, arrived last Saturday for a visit to W. H. Case, W. H. Streeval, W. A. was here a few days ago. Humphress, R. O. Dillingham, Frank relatives and friends. Mrs. J. F. Patteson visited Mrs. Jo Cooley, James Cooley, Elbert Cooley, Mr. John Kelsey and wife, of Glens-forRussell, Lebanon, last week. Welby Cooley, left Monday morning for Illi- Sherrill, T B. Willie F. Feese, R. N. Murrell, R. E. Murrell, Miss Sallie Diddle left last week to nois They will locate a few mile C. W. Cundiff. visit her brother at Adairville. south of Chicago. Mr. Jas. McClure and Mr. L. A. Mrs. Theodore McFarland, of RowWhen in Columbia leave your horse Helm, were here mule day. ena, passed through here Saturday on and buggy at W. H. Wilson's. They Mrs. W. T. Price spent several days her return trip from Bowling Green, will be well cared for 44-where she had been attending Grand of last week, visiting in Louisville. Chapter of Kentucky O. E. S. To Vote on Stock Law. Mr. J. A. Winfrey, Middlesburg, Miss Mary Lucy Lowe represented was here a day or two of last week. Columbia Chapter INo. 209 Order of Adair County Court, Petition. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hill visited rel- Eastern Stars at the Grand Chapter Your petitioners signed hereto and atives in Russell county last week. held in Bowling Green last week. who are legal voters and residence in Mrs. Charles Hindman, Milltown, Miss Lowe also visited Mammoth voting precinct of Adair County, Ky., has returned from a visit to Lebanon. Cave while away. No. 5, known as Grady ville voting preMrs. Wm. Butler, whose home is on cinct hereby ask Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sharp, Amanda-villthe County to enter were here the latter end of last the pike, just beyond the Cheatham an order of said County submitting to Bridge, met with a stroke of paralysis the legal voters of said precinct week. to be one day recently and has been in a voted on at the regular November Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Kimbler, of verycritical condition since!1 election, 1015 The question, as to spent a day or two last week in Mr. and Mrs Ward Denton will be whether or not cattle of any species Columbia. at Erwin, Tenn., for several months. shall be permitted to run at large in Mr. J. H. Ritchey, of Burkesville, Mr. Denton, who will engage in the said precinct to include all cattle of was here a few days ago, enroute to timber busines, left for that point the cow kind, horses, mules, jacks, Louisville. last week, Mrs. Denton will leave jennetts, hogs, sheep, and goats. W. L. Grady, W. J. Jones, W. M. Mr. J. C. Strange and his little son, the middle of this week. Wilmore, Eugene Nell, J. T. Rose, Sanford, spent two days in Burkesville Messrs. Walker Braynt and E. M. Burlast week. ton, who have been in Louisville and J. F. Gilpin, J. A. Gilpin, Joel R. Moore, C. F. Richard, John Comer, Rev. R. V. Chapin attended the Cincinnati purchasing machinery for J. A. Parson, J. E. Richard, C. H. Convention at their new planing mill, rettrned home State Sunday-schoMonday morning. Mr. Bryant was al- Morrison, Ed Montgomery, Jim MontLouisville. gomery, E. R. Baker; Josiah Hunter, so accompanied by his wife and three Mary Louise, a little daughter of George Gilpin, T. W. Dowell, M. E. children. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Smith, was quite Compton, S T. Tarter, Strong Hill, Dr. J. T. Grant and wife, of Louis- Robt. Grady. sick last week. ville, arrived last Friday for a few Mr. and Mrs N. T. Mercer and thier days visit to relatives. From here The church building at Esto, Russon, Allen, spent a couple of days in they went to Hardin county where sell county, was consumed by fire last Louisville last week. Dr. Grant's parents reside, and from Wednesday afternoon about 2 o'clock Mr. Marcus Loy was taken quite ill there they will go to Panama, where It is reported that it caught from a with heart trouble Sunday forenoon, they expect to spend some time. Dr. traction engine. It was not a large but is better at this time. Grant is a nephew of Mr. J. F. and building, but the burning of it, is a Dr. Jas. and Miss Minnie Triplett. considerable loss to Esto. Mr. J. O. Russell has very much im proved and the indications point to When traveling out of Columbia, his early return to his business. get W. H. Wilson's prices before you Mrs. C. M. Russell and Miss Gwyn-dola- n . hire a rig. Bayless were in Louisville last Thursday to attend the grand opera. A wonderful Antiseptic Mr. T. E. Grant, Sonora, and Mr. A. Kentucky Conference. , Germs and infection aggravate ail B. Gowdy, Campbelisville, accompanied Dr. Grant and wife to Columbia. ments and retard healing. Stop that The first round of Quarterly ConferRev. S. G. Shelley and wife, whose ence for the Columbia District will infection at once. Kill the germs and mention was made in last week's be as follows: get rid of the poisons. For this purNews, arrived Saturday and are at pose a single application of Sloan's Creelsboro charge, Nov. 2, 3 and 4. their home on Pea Ridge. Liniment not only kills the pain but Columbia Station, Nov. 6 and 7. Mr. Delphus Taylor, who returned destroys the germs. This neutralizes Liberty charge, Nov. 9 and 10. home from an infirmary, in LouisColumbia circuit, Nov. 11 and 12. infection and gives nature assistance ville, is getting along nicely, and will Edmonton circuit, Nov. 16, 17 and by overcoming congestion and gives a probably be able to come to town this 18. chance for the free and normal flow of week. Albany charge Nov. 23, 24 and 25. All the official members as well as the blood. Sloan's Liniment is an Judge W. W. Jones, County Attorney Gordon Montgomery, Messrs. W. all others will please be present, it is emergency doctor and should be kept R. Myers and Thompson Short made necessary as we want to get to work constantly on hand. 25c, 50c. The a business trip to Campbelisville last and with God's help make this the $1.00 size contains six times as much best year for Kentucky Conference. Thursday. as the 25c. AtThePaull Drug Co. O. B. West, ' Mrs. Jas. Butler, who lives near Mt. Supt. of Columbia District. Adv. Pleasant, was taken-- quite ill with A Cream of Tartar powder never contains Alum or Phosphate. DR. JAS. TAYLOR, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. is Has located in Columbia and will do a General practice. on Burkesville Office in Butler Building on Public Square. Street. pre-cinct't- he Personals. -- SAVE $20.00 NOW $55.00 pays for , a Full Diploma 75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand Course, Time Unlimited, if you enroll on or before November 1st. k, Write today for catalog and $20. discount coupon No. 32. Address, H. O. KEELING, Pres. Bryant & Stratton Business College Louisville, Ky. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Mc-Clur- e, tf ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. e, Sew-ellto- n, Pltf. j. J. H. Kinnaird Laura C. Roe, &c. Deft. S By virture of a Judgment and order of sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1915, in the above cause, for the suras of 3438.-8- 6 Quarterly court was in session nearand $393.93 with the interest at the ly all of last week, and qure a number rate of 6 per cent, per annum from the of cases were tried before Judge 1st day of Nov., 1915, until paid, and 848.85 costs herein, I shall proceed to door offer for sale at the court-hous- e COMMISSIONER'S SALE. in Columbia, Ky to the highest bidon Monday, the der, at public auction, 1st day of Nov., 1915, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout, (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, the following described property, Three certain tracts of land lying in Adair county, Kentucky, on the waters of Harrodsfork, and known as the E. F. Roe lands The first tract contains about 86 acres, more or less, less about 30 acres heretofore sold off and now claimed by George Groves, The second and third tracts lie adjoining or near to the first described tract and contains 2 acres more or less and 7 acres more or less. For more complete description reference is made to the Judgment and Order of Sale of Record in Order Book B., p. 477, of the Adair Circuit Court Clerk's office. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Marter Commissioner. to-w- it: ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Ottie Bp.11. fre i J. H. Kinnaird, &c. Defts. f By virture of a Judgment and order of sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1915, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 1st day of Nov., 1915, at one o'clock, p. m , or thereabout, (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, the following described property, A certain tract of land situated in Adair county, Ky , on the waters of Leatherwood Creek, known as the Clayton Bell farm, and owned by him at the time of his death, and bounded as follows: On the north by the lands of John Moss, on the east by the lands of Jesse Breeding, on the south by the lands of Jeff Rose, and on the west by the lands of John Yates and J. O. Moore. Said land will be sold accord ing to a survey which will be on file and read at time of sale. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securi tie, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. PH-.fto-w- it: ol Additional Locals. 44-t- f. For Indigestion. Never take pepsin and preparations containing pepsin or other digestive ferments for indigestion, as the more you take the more you take the more you will have to take. What is needed is a tonic like Chamberlain's Tablets that will enable the stomach to naturally. At perform Ad Paull Drug Co's. its-functi- ? automobiles are now owned in Columbia and others due to arrive. Traveling in buggies will soon be a thing of the past. Twenty-fiv- e ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Robert Brown, etc., Pltfs. ) Annie Lee Coomer, etc. Defts. By virture of a Judgment and order of sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1915, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 1st day of Nov., 1915, at one o'clock, p. m , or thereabout, (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following described property, A certain tract of land situated in Adair county, Kentucky, on the waters of Burns Creek, containing about 41 acres and bounded on the north by the lands owned by John Bennett and Roy Bennett, on the west; by lands owned by Roy Bennett, Leslie Turner and J. S. Stapp's heirs, on the south by lands owned by F. H. Bryant and on the east by the Huston Green lands. It is the same land conveyed by the Sheriff of Adair county to John M. Brown by deed bearing date of August 24th, 1893, and of record in Adair County Court Clerk's office in deed boook No. 10, page 551. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a. J udgment Bidders will be prepared1 to comply promptly with these tenos. W A. Coffej, Master Commissioner. to-w- it: THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS "Hustle and Grin.' li. 4 Note: A Pathfinder reader, A. G. Everett, of Honolulu, sends in the following fugitive poem, n which is a parody on the "Laugh and the World Laughs With You." You remember there has been a as to who wrote "Laugh and the World Laughs With You" it having been claimed by Ella Wheeler Wilcox and also by Col. John A Joyce. If any readers have any evidence going to show which one was the actual author, the Pathfinder will be glad to hear from them. Editors. well-knowlong-controversy An Old Kentucky Home Visitors Smile, and the world smiles with you, "Knock," and you go it alone; For the cheerful grin Will let you in Where the kicker is never known. Growl, and the way looks dreary; Laugh, and the path is bright: For a welcome smile Brings sunshine, while A frown shuts out the light. Sigh, and you "rake" in nothing, Work, and the prize in won; For the nervy man With backbone can By nothing be outdone Hustle, and fortune awaits you, Shirk, and defeat is sure; For there's no chance Of deliverance For the chap who can't endure. Sing, and the world's harmonious, Grumble, and things go wrong, And all the time You are out of rime With the busy, bustling throng. Kick, and there's trouble brewing, Whistle, and life is gay, And the world's in tune Like a day in June, And the clouds all melt away. A wonderful Since I Began Taking Peruna I Weigh 120 Pounds for the First Time in My Life. My former weight was 102 lbs. My Mother who is 76 Years Old Had Grown so Weak She could scarcely walk. She also took Peruna and is fleshier and looking well. Tho above splendid woman Is Mrs. Eattle Hamilton, ol 918 Glen Ave., Xntonia, K?. She recommends Peruna to all housewives. Address The Peruna Co.. ol Columbus, Ohio, lor a Irce copy ol the "Ills ol Lite." to Louisville Looking For Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Are never disappointed when they visit our store. No bigger stock, no better 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. i4 & Wellendorff, Street . INCORPORATED 522 & 524 W. Market Efficiency" has made our growth possible. Officers of Election What The following are the officers of the November election, selected by the Board of Election Commissioners: The American Grocer enumerWest Columbia. J. L McLean and II. D. Murray, Judges; J. N. Squires, ates some of the benefits which Clerk, WoodPaxton, Sheriff. might accrue to the citizens of Columbia. J. Z. Pickett, P. East the country if the annual drink P Dunbar, Judges; Etzy Young, bill. $1,724,507,519, was turned Clerk, W. H. Sandusky, Sheriff. Geo. Leftwitch, Milltown. D. Cheatham, Judges: J. B. Keltner, Clerk, Geo. Atkins, Sheriff. Keltner. Clem Coomer and Manny Kemp, Judges: Lee Vier, Clerk, Turner Keltner, Sheriff Grady ville. Charles Sparks and Elmer Keen, Judges; E. E. 2ell, Clerk, Strong Hill, Shesiff. Elroy. Tom Patton and Jas. Simp- sou, Judges; X. W. Scott, Clerk, Al- vin Eossen, Sheriff. Harmony L. W. Tabor and Oliver McClister, Judges; J. A. Darnell, Clerk, G. L..Rosenbaum, Sheriff. Glenvillb. James Marshall and Ed Johnson, Judges; Charley Young, Clerk, Z. T. Taylor, Sheriff. White Oak. John Blair and Milton Judges; Hiram Conover, Powell, Clerk, Geo. Blair, Sheriff. Little Cake. Welby Williams and F. W. Miller, Judges; Ben Evans, Clerk, W. G. Shepherd, Sheriff. Pellyton. 7$. T. Jones and W. H. Sinclair, Judges; Luther Perryman, Clerk, S. S. Workman, Sheriff. Boley. Virgil Hovious and Geo. Walker, Judges; Emmett Goode, Clerk, Milburn Wolford, Sheriff. Cane Valley. Melvin Cave and J. C. Sublett, Judges; John Stanberry, Clerk, Wood Judd, Sheriff. Egypt. Jo Beard, Bun Ingram, Judges: Horace MurreJl, Clerk, W. L. Russell, Sheriff. Price and South Columbia-W.- T. J. C. Dohoney, Judges; Geo. E. Wil son, Clerk, Tom Holladay, Sheriff. Money Liquor Would Do. What's The Matter With Your Baby? The youne mother and many an old is often puzzled to know the cause of her child's ill nature. The loudness of its crying does not necessarily Indicate the seriousness of its .trouble. It may have nothing more the matter with it than a headache or a feel-n- g of general dullness. It cannot, of tourse, describe its feelings, but as a preliminary measure you are safe in trying a mild laxative. Nine times out of ten. you will find it Is all the child needs, for its restlessness and peevishness are perhaps due to obstruction of the bowels, and once that has been remedied the headache, tho Blugglshness and the many other evidences of constipation and indigestion Will quickly disappear. Don't give the little one salts, cathartic pills or nasty waters, for these will act as purgatives, and they are "too trong for a child. In the families of one, too Mrs. M. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky., and Mrs. L. M. Eoyce, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxative given is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been found to answer most perfectly all the purposes of a laxative, and its very mildness and freedom from griping1 Antiseptic Germs and infection aggravate ail ments and retard healing. Stop that infection at once. Kill the germs and get rid of the poisons. For this purpose a single application of Sloan's Liniment not only kills the pain but destroys the germs. This neutralizes infection and gives nature assistance by overcoming congestion and gives a chance for the free and normal flow of the blood. Sloan's Liniment is an emergency doctor and should be kept constantly on hand. 25c, 50c. TheJ $1.00 size contains six times as much as the 25c. At The Paull Drug Co. Adv. The French continue to make material gains over the Germans and recently repulsed a German counter attack inflicting losses amounting to 7,000. The United States and the South American Republics have recognized Carranza as the head of the de facto government in Mexico. The Next Best Thing To The Pine Porest Tor Colds Is Pine-Tar-Honey ft into legitimate channels, namely: "It would pay interest and sinking fund on the amount necessary to buy comfortable homes for nearly nine million people. "It would buy a suit of clothes Old Time Remedy for for every man and boy and a Diphtheria. dress for every woman and girl in United States with enough (Shelby Record.) left over to buy a pair of shoes The following is a receipt for for everybody. a diphtheria- - remedy used by a "If the money spent for drink Dr. Knight, a surgeon in the were spent for homes tenacy Confederate army, which the would disappear in the United gentleman who gave it to us States within one generation. says he knows it is efficacious "If it were spent for educa and has cured some desperate tion every child in the country cases: would receive a college educa1 quart of strong sage tea, tion. strained; "If it were spent for automo1 tablespoon full of strained biles every family in the 'counhoney; try would own a car before 1924. 1 tablespoon full of table salt; "If it were spent for religion 1 small pod of red pepper. it would in less than a decade Boil, let cool and use as a garcarry the gospel to every living gle, or with mop if patient cancreature. not gargle. spent for railroads This is a simple remedy but if "If it were it would buy every mile of rail- it will help or relieve a child sufroad in the United States in ten fering from the dreadful disease years. it is worth trying. "If it were spent for the govThe Agricultural bank and the ernment it would pay all the ex- Recommends. Chamberlain's Cough Bourbon bank at Paris have con- penses in Remedy. the 'United States of solidated and President Davis frith enough left over to pay the "Last winter I used a bottle Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy for a and two cashiers of the Agricul- bonded debt of all states of the bad bronchial cough. I felt its ben- tural Bank have resigned. recommend it especially for the use of children, women, and old folks generally people who need a gentle bowel Thousands of American stimulant. families have been enthusiastic about it for more than a quarter of a century. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a larpe bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simoly addressing Dr. "W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St, Monticello, III. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. WELL DRILLER See me be I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. fore contracting. Latest im- proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Give J. C. YATES Splendid Clubbing Bargain "A We Offer he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year Por Only $1.35 Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekiy Enquirer fs It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklle'of today. It has all the facilities Of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatrdng the world's events, and for that reason n gine 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. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by. robserib'ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to Union." Dr. Bell's which rv . You ore troubled vnth heartburn; gases and goes to the Teiy root of cold troubles, feeling alter eating take a It clears the thraat and gives relief a distressed Dyspepsia from that clogged and stuffed feeling. v Tablet The pines have ever been the friend before and after each meal andVyou will obtainprompt relief. Sold ony.byug,25o of man in driving away colds. Morequalities are peover, the Paul! Drag Co. culiarly effective in fighting children's colds. Eemember that a cold broken children, in one Eighty-seve- n at the start greatly removes the pos sibility of complications. 25c, At wagon attended the school fair Adv. at Cadiz, Paull Drug Co. pine-hcne- y If Health and Happiness Depends Upon Your Liver. That sluggish liver with its sluggish flow of bile is what mdkes the world look so dark at fc times. Dr. King's New Life Pills go straight to the root of the difficulty by waking up the action of the liver and increasing the bile. Dr. King's New Life Pills cause the bowels to act more freely and drive awajr those' "moody days." 25c. effect immediately and before I had finished the bottle I was cured I never tire of recommending this remedy to my friends, 'J writes Mrs. William Bright, St.- Wayne, Ind. - Ob- tainable at Paull Drug C. Ad The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. a bottle. At Paull Drug Co. Adv- - Chief Justice White of the Su preme Court is to resign and ExPresident laftmay be appointed Henderson county's apple crop esby PresidenCWilson to succeed this year is a record-breaktimated at 200,000 barrak. him. - er THE.ADAIR COJJNTY NEWS' STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE Buriedr Art Treasure. Hidden beneath the- - waters of the Scheldt river are a number of famous paintings, including Ruben's "Descent From the Citoss." They have been placed out of reach of the Germans by the Belgian authorities, who removed them from Antwerp cathedral a few days before the invasion of the Kaiser's troops. The Antwerp paintings were removed from their frames, rolled in cloths, and inserted in heavy watertight metal containers, which were carefully sealed. The cylinders were then dropped from a steamboat in various deep parts of the river Scheldt, the position of each receptacle being carefull recorded on a YEARS I decided ilijority of Friends Thought Mr. Hughes taking other medicines. to Would Die, Bat take his advice, although I did not have any confidence in it I Oie Helped Him to Recovery. have now been taking Black-Draug- ht for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. I teachers. I will find a job for HENRY W. DEPP, myself as I am here early, but Kenyou will fail if you come. DENTISTI tucky and Tennessee teachers Am permanently located in Col will have to look somewhere else lumbia. year, for All Classes of Dental work done. Crow for a school after this they are supplying their own dge and Inlay work a Specialty. teachers with schools. All Work Guaranteed This will be my last year down Office over G. W. Lowe's here as the work is being supShoe Store plied with home teachers. Schools are beginning earlier J. H. Stone J. B. Stone Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting ad- - I am so thankful for what Black-Draug- ht than common. Most all schools X-ma- V has done for me." ht Thedford's has been fomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for de ould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, Black-Draug- Ices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes rites as. follows : "I was down with will be running by s. Stone ',! & Stone, I have found the best counties have employed their teachers some time ago. Attoney-At-La- w Will pratfice in this and adjoining counties. I but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be I id all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. He advised me to try would die. Get a package today. rhedford's and quit Only, a quarter. jg M I tried different treatments, I do not know just where I will be located yet. not seem to do me any good. Jamstown, : Kentucky r Black-Draug- ht, chart. I have failed to get any hearing from home since I have been here. I have written several letters, but nothing in return. LH. Jones Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Woodson Lewis GREENSBUIIG, KY. Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire and Barbed Wire at 20 per cent. less than Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed Rubber Roofing at less than Market. He is selling a great many articles in these lines at less than wholesale price. Write for prices. AH Wheat Ground should be Rolled Before Seeding. Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 $ $ I wish all the good people in Special attention given Diseases of all Only the highest officers of the Domestic Animals Belgian army know where the Kentucky a happy time. Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on I will write more later. objects are hidden, and until they Jamestown road. Yours truly, return to Antwerp the pictures Phone 114 G. James 0. Prock. Columbia, Ky. will rest securely hidden for they can only be found with the aid of charts in possession of King Albert's soldiers. During the war of 1870 a similar ruse was practiced to prevent the famous Venus of Milo statue from falling into the hands of the Germans, when they invaded Paris. The valuable piece of sculpture was placed Franco-Prussian Eve Specialist When Baby Has the Croup. residence Phone 13 B Business Pho e 13A $ i When a mother is awakened from sound sleep to find her child who has gone to bed apparently in the best of DR. J. N. MURRELL IDENTIST Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. health struggling for breath, she is naturally alarmed. Yet if she can keep her presence of mind and give Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy every ten minutes until vomiting is produced quick relief will follow and the child will drop to sleep to awaken in the morning as well as ever. This remedy has been in use for many years with success. uniform Paull Drug Co. Office, Columbia, - Kentucky Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. Mason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c. Quarts 45c. Half Gallons 70c. International Harvester Company's 8 Disc Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure Spreaders at 25 per cent, off wholesale prices. I. H. C. Prices. in a casket, which was hidden in the cellar of the police prefecture at the end of a secret passage and securely walled in, the new S bricks being treated so as to give the appearance of a dilapidation and age. For Indigestion. Notice to the Public General BlacRsmitfilng Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Speda attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and Obtainable Ad at How Fish Carry Young. It has been supposed that the kangaroo had the monopoly of satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot PH0NECN0.I73 Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent, less than I. H. C. Prices. Prices good while stock lasts We also sell the Superior Wheat Drills, the Oliver Chilled Plows the farmers best friend, Bellvue Disc Harrows and Walter A. Wood Smoothing Harrows. Yours For Your Good Will, International Never take pepsin and preparations containing pepsin or other digestive carrying its babies in a pouch. ferments for indigestion, as the more It has been discovered, however, you take the more you take the more that a fish has the same useful you will have to take. What is needas The pipe-fished is a tonic like Chamberlain's Tab- receptacle. lets that will enable the stomach to it is called, from the length of perform its functions naturally. At its jaws, has a pocket on the Ad Paull Drug Co's. h, JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky DENTAL OBTBIOTQ Dr. James Triplett DENTIST Woodson Lewis, Survey ing C. Landowners Attention. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do xSMt years aKEEISTSBURG, D. KT5T. $ $ Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON ' your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e sonable. Phone experience. Charges rea--74-or Special Attnetin to Eyes tor-gic- al Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any work done at fairprices. 1 a OVER PAXTCXj DRUG CO. under side of its body nearly half Columbia, Ky. its length. It is found in the From Georgia. male species only, and is the only RK8 PHONE 30. OFFICE PHON1 Moultrie, Ga., Oct. 18, 1915. part of its body which is unproEditor News: tected by large flat plates, which Dear friends and readers of take the place of scales in its I am prepared to do any kind of Tin the News: This finds me in the protective .armor. Work, Hoofing, Guttering, &c. I Sunny South where the fields are is taken from the make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized If a pipe-fis- h Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other white with cotton. Cotton pickwater and its little ones shaken thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call ing is the order of the day. Cotout of the pouch bach into the at .my shop if you need anythin6in my splendid price. ton is bringing a line or repair work in tin or sheet iron.' water they always seem either Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. Long cotton is worth 26 cents a S. E. Bridgwaters, pound, short cotton is worth 1 unable or disinclined to run away. But if the father is placed in the cents to 12 cents a pound. Clubbing Offer. It has been very dry down water again, all the small fish here, but raining now. Creeks immediately swim back into the For a short time we make the folhave been dried up, and water pouch. These curious little crealowing offer, one of the best we have- has been very scarce. tures have prehensile tails, which ever given to the readers of the News., Here is the proposition: Corn crops are good, but cotthey use to hold on to the seaThe Adair County News, ton crops areshort. Sugar cane . Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer,' weed to prevent themselvel becrop is almost a failure. The Housewife, to say to the teachers ing about a foot in length and Reliable Poultry Journal, I want TIN WORK. 1 '' write vell.fxed totakecarofateckr Kea restored from stables. LICATI9N-NE- due when work is done or stock A1 T. C Faulkner Columbia.' Kr Ml tPtKHU-lE- , J: IBHKSUESfMNCEJ that want- to come to Georgia an inch in thickness. But, unthat you had better, hold your like the eel, it has a very long job at home, for the schools are jaw and the peculiar defensive - Parm Journal. All the papers for one, except the last named and that will be sent for five. years; $1.65 snw. fiHwl this yearwith Georgia niijaJraj,nentionfd. want tbem subscribe at once. takte the eatire lot. If you THE ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS H- - '' ; r'.i; 1 r ' PROGRAM -c S-- fr"Q"6"Q"0"Q"Q"9"6"Q fro -4"t .? v' r t- Program of the Adair County Convention of the Christian Churches which will convene at Chestnut Grove Church, near EIroy, on Friday night before the Fifth Sunday in October, at 7.00 o'clock: 7:00. Song and Devotional Service, led by Z. T. Williams. 7:20. Address, by, .the President, F. J. Barger. ' .'. 7:50. The Dedication of a Life to Christian Service, ATobias Huffaker and Z. T. Williams. ist: 8:30. Appointment of Committees.. ,..-.,SATURDAY MORNING SESSION. 'T .9:00. Song and Devotional Service, led by John Lyon. : ':': 9:15. Symposium. The Country Church. V The Call of the Country Church, Eld. Hickinson, C. C. Lloyd. 2. Ministers of the Country Church, Eld. Clemens, of Glasgow, John Lyon. 3: Means and Methods of Country Church Work, '& " H. B. Guinn, Robert Kirby. 10:30. Symposium of Three Important Factors in Christian Education. - 1. The Home, Eld. Hickinson, F. J. Barger. : 2. The Bible School, State Bible School Worker;' r 3. The Church, Bro. Clemens. Empire & Superior Grain Drills, Field Seeds and Fertilizers. ' 4 I. ' , 4 4 . . . f - Let us Know May get them in our Freight Shipment. Respectfully, What Repairs you need for your Drills at once, so we 4" 4 THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE. 4Q"68"6"Q"Q"Q"Q"6"6"9 I Appointment of Committees. AFTERNOON SESSION. ..... .s l:30. Song and Devotional Service. "1:45. Reports of the Churches and Bible Schools. 2:00. Report of the County Secretary.. 2:15. and Opportunities of the Church, and Bible Scliool Work in Adair County W. F. Frazee, H. B. Guinn. 3:00. Reports of Committees and Election of Officers. 3:30. Adjournment. NIGHT SESSION. , 7:00. Song and Devotional Service. 7:15. Query Box Opened. 7:35. Address The Present Status of the Temperance Cause In Kentucky, and the Church's Duty Thereto, Tobias Huffaker, Bro. Clemens. Open Discussion for 20 Minutes. SUNDAY MORNING SESSION. 9:00. Bible School, Conducted by State Worker. 10:00. Sermon and Communion Service. 10:40. Sermon, by State Evangelist. 11:30. Communion Service. 12:00. Noon, Adjourn. There will be dinner on the ground on Saturday. The Churches are all urged to send delegates and reports to this Convention so that we may have a great Convention. 11:40. -, , ds -- -.-.- - 4 0"9"fr9"C"8"694$gMfr& prised from the yield. So much, Master Roy Floyd has been' quite with sore throat; more than they expected. The meeting at Freedom has LaKeton, Ky. D'ustclosed with success. " ':' i ; ' ,yw i 7 !?uPfi-A.FEW 'v " ... . " J ; Oct. 13, 1915,, , - J. C. Bryant left last Monday Editor News: ifor Illinois in company with sev- j 1 J sH BOURBON DROPS rOFl POULTRY JURE - . i - Gradyville. Good old summer time has re- turned? Plenty Irish and Sweet pota- week, from Thos. Dowell, of our toes in this section this fall. city, 20 hogs, weighing 7,560 Sorghum making is in full pounds. We understand the price paid was something near 7 week'. blast this The winter apples are a little cents per pound. J. A. Parson spent several days of last week looking after his farming interest at Portland. J. F. Pendleton, bought last bit scarce. The tobacco crop is all cut and housed down this way. W. L. Grady is progressing nicely with a large and commodious feed barn. Our retiring Presiding Elder, Hogard, delivered a very inter- Portland. esting sermon here last Sunday. Bryan Gilpin and sister, Miss Leslie Dowell spent a few days Florence, visited relatives at in the Keltner community last Mell last Saturday and Sunday. C. C. Roe. week. Please remember that on Sat1 Roy. G. E. Nell, Strong Hill and urday afternoon before the 4th Charlie Morrison spent a few Sunday in this month, Rev. Bush days in Columbia last week. of Columbia, will preach here Wheat sowing is the order of Judge N. H. Moss and A. B. and also on Sunday morning fol- the day. Mrs. John Roy is slowing imWilmore attended the meeting lowing. This will be his first of the grand Lodge, last week, appointment for the ensuing proving. year. We are all glad to have The meeting at White Oak, in Louisville. conducted by Rev. Scott, is proJ. Q. Alexander, Will Lyons Bro. Bush with us. Some of our farmers are gath- gressing nicely. imiGeo. Whitlock, commercial men of Louisville, were calling ering corn and we are glad to Miss Ruby Bryant is better at are agreeibViurc this writing. oa otHMnerchaafeslast week. note-tfaafrthey Alfred Parson, sold, last week, his very desirable home in our city to Joel Rodgers for the consideration of $1,200. Mr. Rodgers, in the near future, will move his family from Roachville to this place. Mr. Parson and family wjll move to their property in This being my fourth trip to this part of Kentucky, thought a few lines might interest some one. The great: Mississippi river has been higher this year than it has been for many. Corn crop3 in the bottoms are greatly damaged by water and high winds, but the pecan crop here makes up for the losses on the corn. The walnut timber, on Mrs. Taylor's land, in the bottom, still shows up well. Notwithstanding the slump in the price of walnut on the market, have an hundred doloffer of twenty-twlars for what she has. The offer is made by Mr. Bruce Lind-seof Clinton, Ky who has just been over and estimated it. There is plenty of mud in the bottoms. The pecan crop on Mrs. Taylor's land is estimated at one thousand bushels. They sell here at from four to five dollars per bushel. Pawpaws in the bottom are immense and the largest I ever saw, I arrived here on the 6th inst., and will start home in a day or two. I think now that this will be the last trip 1 will make here as it is very wearysome in the mud. Hoping The News success I beg to remain, o y, jeral other Jboys. In the drinking water Makes Hens Lay Amazingly J. writing with dropsy. M. Pierce is very low at this Mrs. Laura Simmons was the guest of Mrs. Mary Fitch one Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera. LImberneck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 glstsorbymallpostpald. Valu- 80UBB0N REMEDY CO. Lolnstan, Kj. day last week. Mr. John Rosson, of Red Lick, Mrs. Mary Fitch has been on J visited at T. J. Rosson's last the sick list for a few days. Miss Cleo Fitch visited Misses week. Mattie Conover last week. Editing a Newspaper., AuntCytha Conover remains about the same. Miss Effie Burton has been visEditing a newspaper is a pleasef iting Miss Myrt Redmon for a s mg business if you can stand few days. it. ,'Mrs. Docia Conover was at Roy yesterday shopping. If subscribers want to bawl Mrs. Rena Bryant is about out anybody the editor's the well. goat, -- A. G. Bailey, who is a victim If the to am is lagging behind of cancer, is slowly improving. and people won't get out and We hope for his recovery. make things hum its because the town paper is on the bum. Rugby. If business is bad It's be- Your scribe's school at Birds cause the editor wants too much won the second flag in attend- money for his advertising space' ance at Columbia, also the Hayse twin sisters won the egg race If business is good advertising hasn't anything to do with and light bread. T. J. Rosson still continues in it, but conditions are right. critical condition. Mr. Dock Coomer If we print what pleases pea prosperous oplethat is our duty and we de- farmer of Gradyville, and Miss serve no credit. Frances England, of this place, were maraied last Wednesday by If we print what is displeasi Rev. Guinn Smith. Superintendent Huffaker visited the schools here last Friday. Mrs. Flora Kossen was quite sick a day or two of last week. Six wagon loads of pupila.from here went to the Rally beside a lot of buggies. Sorghum making is the order of the day. Roy Garman lost an old.mare last week. Politics are quitt htre. We ' are a grouch and a r, and don't deserve the patronage of the public. ing-'--we crepe-hange- If we print the news as it is actually people call us over the phone and tell us to stop ; their paper. If we garble it they tell us we are subsidized by the cor i porate interests. 4 Editing a newspaper is & plc- ing,.business seldom.hj9ar thMD.zMUMed('.v is it not! $.