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HI ua 167 174 15! 7! 8-- J 57 50 106 153 681 152 167 1671 is; 70 175 159 7S 7fc 94 1 728 SlofTyitel 1 752) 1 731 Yesterday's Election The Republicans Sweep Adair County and the Result in the State in Doubt. the the SUDDEN DEATH. Free Until 1916. Have you subscrbed yet for The Youth's Companion for 191G? Now is the time to do it. if you are not already a subscriber, for you will get all the issues for the remaining weeks of 1915 free from the time your substrip-tlowith $2.00 is received. The fifty-twissues of 1916 will be crowded with good reading for young and old. Reading that is entertainReading, but not "wishy-washying that leaves you, when you lay the DaDer down, better informed, with keener aspirations, with a broader outlook on life. The Companion is a good paper to tie to if you have a growing family and for general reading, as Justice Brewer once said, no other is necessary. If you wish to know more of the brilliant list of contributors, from our down, who will write for the new volume in 1916, and if you wish to know something of the new stories for J916, let us send you free the Forecast for 1916. Every new subscriber who send for 4916 will receive, in addition to this year's free issues, The Companion Home Calendar for 1916. The Youth's Companion, Boston, Mass. n o ." S-'.- Action of the Fiscal Court. Mr. Wm. Irvine Dies in an Auto Near the Green River Bridge. The Fiscal Court in session two days last week put the finishing touch on the necessary action for beginning actual road construction in this county under State Aid. The necessary road machinery was inspected and bought and arrangements made for the work to be commenced in quarrying rock, grading and completing the road from the town limits to Russell creek, and when this has been finished the Court will meet, inspect the road and ascertain the cost before proceeding farther. Mr. Upton Grider, an exporienced rock man, has charge of a crew of hands in the quarry and Mr. George Stults will superintend the actual building of the road. But for the near approach of winter the Court would have employed an experienced road builder and pushed the building to completion as far as the money available would permit, but foreseeing the disadvaetages of such work in, winter time it was deemed more economical to prusue the course above mentioned So far as we are able to understand the situasion we indorse the movement and trust that the good work begun will increase the interest in good roads in Adair county; that the people will act with prudence and indulgence and assist lather than criticise the initial step even ii individual ideas as to construction and costs do not measure up to their particular fancy. The Court is honest and true to the letter and spirit of its contract with the people on the road to be built. It is a new problem to handle and cautiousness in handling the money appropriated to give the best results has been holding the actual work in check. It lias now started and the people will soon see some good road. Stand by the Court in all its honest efforts is our policy. Volume Mr. Wm. Irvine, who has been making his home with his daughter, Mrs. W. II. Wilsen, this place, for the past two years, died suddenly in an auto near the Green River Bridge yesterday morning. He got in the car at 10 o'clock, this place, and had started to are Claiming Election, Democrats Louisville and some other points. So Both Sides far as we know he was not complainby 10,000. ing when he left. When the car reached the river it was noticed that something unusual was the matter and death came in a very few minutes. He was born reared Republicans Claim Same Majority for their Party. county and wasand his 83rd in Russell year when in death came. He leaves to our knowledge one son, merJ. D Irvine, the R. B. Trigg, Democrat, Wins for Senator, and chant of Creelsboro, and two daughters, Mrs Dunbar, of Russell Springs, L. T. Neat. Republican, Elected and Mrs. W. H. Wilson, this place. He was twice married. His last wife Representative. is living, but she has been in the asylum at Anchorage for a number of years. By reference to our table, published ocratic State Campaign, wires that He probably intended to visit her on elsewhere, it will be seen that the Re Stanley and the rest of the ticket is the trip which called him from home.-Hi- Christmas, Birthday and Wedding publicans have carried Adair county elected by from ten to twelve thous remains will be brought to CoGifts. by large majorities. The vote given and beyond a doubt. lumbia, and from here conveyed to in the table is unofficial, but very few Russell county, as usual gave a Jamestown where he will be buried changes will be made by the official large Republican majority, and MaPremium Toilet Soaps and Shears by the Masonic Fraternity. count. rion county gave a Democratic maall for SI 00; Fancy Pocketbooks, 75c. was a quiet, unassumThe deceased Adair is a Republican county, but jority of 300. The normal majority is ing man and had many friends. each, worth SI. 50. Many other Beauthe Democrats did the best they could about 600. tiful and Usef j1 Presents, including Peace to his memory. under the circumstances, and while Mr. R. B. Trigg, Democrat, candiWatches and Rings. Agents Wanted. they go down in defeat, in the local date for the State Senate, is elected W. T. HODGEN; Box 232. Death of a Good Woman. contest, they will rise to fight another over Jas. Harvey, Republican, by Campbellsville, Ky. day. The result is gracefully accepted about 100 majority. Mrs. Patra Thomas, who was one of by the Democrats, and everybody will L. T. Keat, Republican, has a ma Adair's best women, died at her late 37 to 7 in Favor of Lindsey. move along in the even tenor of their jority of about 900 over Ray Mont home, near Milltown, this county, way. gomery, Democrat, in the Legislative Tuesday morning. She was the The returns from out in the State district, composed of Adair and Cum- last of and Bards-tow- n When Lindsey-Wilso- n widow the late Jo M. Thomas and are very meager, both sides claiming berland lined up against each other.Sat-urda- y will be greatly missed by a large cirthe State election, the Democrats by Many reasons will be advanced as to cle of relatives and friends. She was for the second game of football 10,000 majority and the Republicans this season, the spectators were dethe causeof the Republican landslide, sixty-thre- e years old, and was the claiming about the same majority for but no two men will agree, hence the mother of eleven children, seven sons lighted by some of the most daring their party. very best thing to do now is for the and four daughters. All of her chil- and exciting plays that the game afTaylor county, for the first time in Democrats to take their medicine, dren were at the bedside when the fords. many years, gave a Republican ma- and commence building Long end runs and forward passes for a future end came but one, Mrs. Cassuis Breedjority for the State ticket by some- election. playing of both sides, on Green river, and featured in the thing like two hundred. W I Mead-er- , J. E. Leslie, who was the Progress- ing, who lives get on account and several Limes players would Democrat, was defeated for circuit ive candidate for Commonwealth's who could not be 'present goal line and would away towards the court clerk by a decisive majority, and Attorney, got a respectable vote, but of being ill herself. only by the last man deWed- be stopped The funeral services were held Green gave the largest Republican he ran away behind Mr. Huddleston. fending the goal. At the beginning nesday and were largely attended. majority she was ever known to have The indications point to the defeat of the third quarter Jim Lewis made given. yard run dodging pracan eighty-fiv- e of the two amendments in Adair Hip School Team Wins. tically all the Bardstown players, af C. Carter carried Adair county, though it is possible that the Judge J. county by 717 majority over Railey, one in reference to convict labor has While it was one sided, the game of ter which Dave Dulworth bucked the and A. A. Huddleston's majority for carried. basket ball last Friday night, at the ball through the line scattering the Commonwealth's Attorney is some High School Gym, drew a large au- opponents like a bomb shell. THE TOWN ELECTION". The playing of Hill, Mitchell, Busless than Judge Carter's, but both The following gentlemen were elec- dience, and the meet was interesting have been elected in the district by a ted trustees of the town of Columbia. and lively, though the High School ter and Terry was conspicuous in evdecissive vote. Judge Carter also T. E Jeffries, G. M. Stevenson, G. R. team was too fast for the visitors, the ery scrimmage. The final score was carried his own county, Monroe, by Reed, A. O, Taylor, Sam Lewis. Montpelier boys. The game was 37 to 7 in favor of Lindsey. 1,500 and Cumberland by 800. O. P. Willis was elected Town Mar- played without any discord, and at S. W. Hager, Chairman of the Dem shal by a large majority. Graded and High School Notes. the conclusion the score stood 57 to 10 in favor of the home team. well-know- n State s f. Nineteen. With this issue The News enters upon its nineteenth year. It has been a prosperous publication from its infancy, and at this time has, perhaps, as large a subscription list as most any one of the weekly papers in the State. It has all along had a good run of and we hope for still larger patronage In the future. Much of our space, weekly, is devoted to home news and patrons who live in distant States, former citizens of Adair county, write that It is a welcome visitor to their homes. The News has stood for progress in the past and will continue to favor every proposition that has for its object the advancement, of Adair and adjoining counties. job-work, "Halloween Party." v 4 Large Auto Truck Body. The Columbia Column Co , of this place, has just completed and delivered to the Rapid Transit Co., of Columbia, Ky., a large auto truck body, which will be placed on a White chassis and used in hauling merchandise from Campbellsville to Columbia. This is probably the largest body of its kind ever built in the State, and will have a hauling capacity of about twelve tons. Mr. Jo E. Flowers, who is an employee of the Columbia Column Co., and an expert mechanic, had charge of the work Lebanon Falcon. Conveyed to a Sanitarium. Mr. J. D. Patterson, who is one of Adair's best citizens, and whose reason became dethroned while attending the Masonic Grand Lodge, has been conveyed to a sanitarium at Cincinnati for treatment. It is believed that with proper treatment his mind will be restored and that he will return home in a short time- - He is a man who has many friends and every body who knows him are anxious for his recovery. No one seems to know the cause of his derangement, as his home life was happy. C. The Fiscal Court was in session last Friday, considering the most feasible plans for bettering the road conditions of Adair county. The members of the Court observed the road machinery in motion and were well pleased with the purchase. The boys of the High School will give a play, Smith vs. Smythe, at the High School gym next Friday night. Come, laugh! It's worth the money. After the play there will be a number of readings and also some music by some of the best talent in Columbia. Admission 15c. R. Y. Chapln will fill his reg Rev. The High School team defeated ular appointment at Union Church Montpelier Basket Ball team 57 to 10 next Sabbath morning, but will re- last Friday night. The High School turn for the night service here. ball found the the baskets more easily than In the Jamestown game. Born, to the wife of Cassius BreedThere have to this date been 270 ening, Saturday, the 30th ult, a son rolled in school. Breeding. I. The home of Mr E. H Hughes was the scene of much merriment Satur- ; ,!!& day evening, the occasion being a" Halloween party given for Miss Mary of her school'"' Hughes and twenty-fou- r mates. The guesti were met at the door by ghosts and signs were posted, as to their proceedings, Contests, fortune telling and refreshments fol lowed. Allen Eubank was the winner of the prize in one contest and in the greatest number of those Misses Frances Reed, Corinne present, Breeding and Ruth Hynes each guessed the same number Miss Reed drawing the prize. Misses May Stults, Ella Walker, Jennye McFar-lanKate Gill and Mary Lucy Lowe assisted Miss Yic Hughes and Mr Paul Hughes in entertaining. rec-ncnizi- ne d, I THE ADAIR'COUNTY NEWS end was the head; and a barrel all their faults, I love the people of crab cider of ambrosial flavor. of Adair county still. So if you Of course, like all typical Ken will build a railroad, and take , Lattimore, Oct., 16, 1915. the teacher's supervision, the farmer tuckians he had fine "hosses" by the public highways out of the Editor News: and his good wife took charge. The farmer took the youngsters out to Bee Allow me to congratulate .you which he reverently swore. creeks, "Some day I'll wander his cattle, while he explained what he When I thought of my again." But under presback on the neat and accurate producconsidered the best plan of feeding to the ponderous ent conditions, I can go from cabin, of make them a profitable "proposition. tion of the last letter I seat you Horses and mules, cows and calves, ox that I ride on state occasions, Louisville to St. Louis quicker for publication. A few more sheep and hogs were judged for points. Tobacco patches, cornfields and meadcap, the half-pa- st than you can make the trip from with- of the coon-ski- n jobs of this kind and I shall ows were inspected and estimates ten brogans that I wear Campbellsville to Columbia; and draw the sweeping charge that made of crops still on the land or in the barns. when I go to Raleigh, Charlotte, as I came home, a mangy cuss on Kentucky, North Carolina and The girls were taken in hand by the good housekeeper and shown through Missouri editors have not a speak- Greensboro and Wilmington; like that s t r i n g of second-han- d her home from cellar to garret. Her ing acquaintance with the Eng- the sweet singer of captive Isra- coffins they call a train, remindmethods of handling her milk and cream and butter were explained In lish language. Being in such a el, when asked to sing the songs ed me, on the two streaks of full. Her turkeys, chickens and geese of zion in a strange land, I sat rust and a right of way they merry mood, I shall proceed to were visited. She told them what she considered the best breeds, and gave say some nice things about the me down by the waters of Roll- call a track (?) "that they didn't them her ideas of the feeding and the ing Fork and wept. But the no smoking on our road, by 'low school parade, which proved such The little chap in blue overalls, hold- care of fowls. She even got out her James Cager nobly came d n." I was sick and did not ing his "Farm Day" flag, winter supply of jamB, Jellies, prea pronounced success. If you school children to help serves and canned fresh fruits and was one of the will have really good schools, I to my rescue. He pointed out a think I hit him hard; but he died in this new celebration in Hart Coun- vegetables and told her audience what mean public schools, all other bath room, and explained to me without the benefit of clergy. ty last September. Perhaps "Farm she considered the safest plan of "patDay" ought not to be spoken of as a ting up garden an' orchard sass" so material blessings shall be added its deep and perplexing myster- With his last expiring breath, he celebration at all, because it is merely that it would be certain to keep. The farmers were delighted because the school children going to school to unto you. I know the people of ies. He put a biled shirt on my said that owing to an a good farmer and his wife for a day. it made the children see the farm from Adair county to be a high type of back, a derby on my classic life and his pee'weebrain, he was But then it was a celebration for the a proper viewpoint. The housewives charmed manhood and womanhood. No dome of thought, cuffs upon my going where people smoked all good neighbors soand parents of the werehow closely because the children connected good farmperhaps it was some- saw school children, n gloves upen my the time. Why is it that if you thing of a mixture of a celebration and. ing and good housekeeping were. The where else I have ever been, and wrists, every- neighbors were pleased because tha d clothe a scrub with a little brief a going to school that pleased I have traveled extensively over hands, a satin day became an informal social gatherbody immensely. Farm Day goes to show that new ing which centered about the school. twelve states, have I met more around my delicate number 17 authority he will cut such fanthings in the life of the rural schools The teacher was glad to be able to honor and native intelligence. neck. Then he took me in his tastic tricks in the sight of high are springing up everywhere, and the have the children busy with real things and in using only As for high schools, and that auto to Bradfordsville, and intro- heaven as will make angels weep? is, difficultychange of them rationally own parents real problems, while their and neighbors looked on. administration that the a superior order, the town of duced me to bankers, ministers I leave the solution to Judge at Frankfort is putting Into offlce a If every county in the state could cf and capitalists as his friend, Rollin Hurt and General James new man as Superintendent every four have a "Farm Day" or a half dozen of Columbia has stood years. No matter how strong a school them scattered through the year, it Abaggage smasher man he might be, he has no time in would force the matter of education long that the mind of man "Prof." Melvin White. He Garnett. so was close home to every parent. "bridle-wise- " has four times as much author- which to develop school matters over mentioned above, one of theAsgreat runneth not back to the contrary. guaranteed me to be long period, and so the school and a in good society, and pro- ity as President of a railroad, the children suffer. stumbling blocks to definite and This partly accounts for the emadvancement in the schools On the 10th of September the chileru- and a man who was raisedon inent men she has furnished in claimed me a man of great dren and teachers of 23 schools went of the state is that the school system in politics. This is not the that becomes able visiting. Each school had selected the is tiedofupthe school men and women, the counsels of the State and na- dition. He said that I would best farm and home in the neighbor- fault tion; as well as the captains of not "shy" an sight of a piano; to ride in a buggy, feels and acts hood to visit for the whole day. Every- but the fault of the people. If the peoand they do, body industry in every field of human for I met one at his house and richer than a millionaire. Take vance,had been notified a week in ad- ple love theirtochildren,the schools are it that so that each child and every they will see endeavor. While in Missouri, I showed great trepidation in its Rich Paull, and he is a financial visitor brought a lunch. Instead of lifted out of politics for all time to come. found that nearly all sons of the presence. Also, that I showed success, and is friendly and po- "readin. writin', an' 'rithmetic," under "Dark and Bloody Ground" were reasonable dexterity in the use lite. He is among the people I making things happen. Sen- of a knife and fork at the table. hold in grateful remembrance. O RID Getting back to my friend, J. ators, Congressmen, among This may be information to some whom may be mentioned Champ of your readers which is tender- C. Yates, he had no business LOOK f7r ed free of charge. I also showed making my mouth water for YOU TELL YOUR 2d Clark, Stone, the late that TATHEI? AND THE X- "X fd if U NEIGHBOfcS TO 6RU3 U VjV. coolness and trepidation in the cider and those Baldwin apples. Crittendon, etc. I OUT THAT OLD STUMP j$?7 Ns f ZYXJ V V IM THIS FIELD AND .TS-Sl. S U presence of a church organ, uwmg to my WE'LL SHOW THEM Ji VmS ana myi sictmess, Among farmers in Carroll WHAT WE CftH SA1SZ TO St, 7 j ' It" couuty of that State, you are which will be a piece of incred- son, Bob, having to take an opible news to those of my ac- eration for appendicitis, I am commended to Bram White and quaintance whom James Polk, not able ot make the trip. I George, whose surname is Frank-uBoth these men have fine surnamed dohoney, who was at could endure the roads to one time a citizen of Kentucky, and from there to homes, good farms, and both but late of Texas, would call Bradfordsville, but have no monhave a good influence in temporal, moral and spiritual affairs. anirugings. In fact, Mrs. Burke, ey to spare. But "just hold George Frankum is, first of all! daughter of my irresponsible your tater," as they say it North things, a Methodist, and second, friend, Jim Cager Yates, led the Carolina. When times get beta Democrat. He sings but one choir with organ and piano in ter, I'll be there. Last year cottune, and that is, "Old Time Presbyterian church. I was also ton sold for 6 and 7 cents, but is Heligion." This he chants with a visitor at the Christian church 12 and 34 now. Tell the Demstenitorian lungs, and with due of Bradfordsville; and was treat- ocrats to sit steady in the boat ed with all courtesy by Banker and we'll see whether tinkering spirit and understanding. Reynierson, Dr. Blake, Mr. with the tariff ruins the country I notice that my prosperous Walker, formerly of Adair; and or not. Of course I am a Demfriend of "Auld Lang Syne," others. here I J. C. Yates, now revels in good various cordially Right Tobe and ocrat, and see things from that wish to thank view point. Last winter I cider, Baldwin apples, fresh pork Young Hurt, Bascom Garnett taught in a region nearly solidly and other vegetables. When I Dick Dohoney, Larue and Republican. They told me that roads, fine farms, blooded stock, real SCHOOLS ARE THE KEYS. visited him on my way from and homes, and every good thing In life. Farm lands without trained brains Fine farms, good roads, comfortable Missouri, like the Queen of She-- . Waller Hurt, "Long Bob" Con "Old WUson" and a revision of over and Bill Rowe, Bill Tupman the Tsriff caused the slump in homes, and blooded stock in a com- lose their fertility. Gcod roads withba when she witnessed the splenmunity are things to have, but they do out a real citizenship go to pieces. Temple, I and "Uncle" Jim Page, John cotton. Now cotton has doubled not necessarily develop good schools Fine stock without technical skill dor of King Solomon's George Wolford, "Uncle" in price, and "Old Wilson" still for the children of all the people. That loses its value. Real homes without felt that the half had never been and the light of education grow dark, and Matthew and "Long Tom" Tay- president, with the tariff carpen- this is true can be seen by a day's dismal. The school is the only safetold. Bram White, my brother, and state lor, Leslie Johnson, Bob Price, ters still busy. To be plain drive through many of the richest Ken- guard in our strongor in any neighborrural schools and hood. Fine, told me when I left him that most prosperous counties in old Mrs. Bradshaw, Jim and Billy about it, I have sold cotton for 5 tucky. But good schools, sending out the children on Kentucky's many Jim Caeer dwelt in oriental into the community year after year a farms are the keys which alone can splendor; and admonished me Frankum, Bert Epperson and J. cents under both administra steady stream of educated citizens, unlock the door to a glorious golden tions. Remember it costs 10 means that they will produce good future for the dear old Commonwealth. over- V. White with many others. not to wear a I was very sick and never re cents to raise cotton here. shoes, and such alls, horse-hid- e If anybody from Kentucky ONE SPOONFUL GIVES ASTONISH- - A Pine Whooping Cough Remedy. like. The result was, about six covered my health for three Mothers, Dr. Bell's 1NG RESULTS. dollars worth of masculine attire months. However, I was able wishes to visit me, we have is just the remedy for your children's sand-cla- y was provided, and I felt as pom to teach school here, and had a three railroads and good Columbia residents are astonished cold ailments. The fact is that pine highways. pous and dignified as a Roman really pleasant session. I am al at the QUICK results from the simple a quick enemy of cold conditions. is mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, Melvin L. White. Senator. But when I saw the so employed here again, where I Its qualities loosens the mucous in the This remetc., known as Alder-i-ksurroundings; like the historic can about clear $40 per month. throat, soothe the lungs and open up edy acts on BOTH upper and lower had no more spirit in queen, I Before I leave this phase of the Great Britian is seeking to re- bowel and is so THOROUGH a bowel the air passages. The combination 9f honey, soothing and pleasant, with palace greeted my ,me. A brick subject, I wish to assure your cruit a new army 3,000,000 men. cleanser that it is used successfully in the loosening pine quality makes this vision, a blue grass farm of 200 appendicitis. ONE SP.OONFUL of an ideal cough remedy for children. many readers that John Ed Mur-re- ll relieves almost ANY CASE .acres, forty cattle feeding as one, Mississippi Valley Medi- Alder-i-k- a The Each passing year brings for it, new proved himself true as steel of constipation, sour or gassy stomach. .five hundred red hens, lordly cal Association met in Lexing- ONE MINUTE after you take it, the friends. A family of growing children .porkers so fat you would have to to my interests, as did Attorney cannot afford to be without it. 23c. a gasses rumble and pass out. The Adv. them squeal to know which General James Garnett. With ton last week. bottle. Paull Drug Co. tinake Adv. Paull Drug Go. From North Carolina. THE FARMER AND WIFE TEACH sway-back- ed big-heart- ed J home-mad- e ill-spe- nt dog-ski- four-in-han- pre-emine- nt well-organiz- ed "soap-grease- " GET OF THE STUM HERE.-SONH- or "Ssriy v -- tT5 V- I m. "Leb-ington- ," coon-skin-ca- p, Pjne-Tar-Hon- ey a. 1 ' i . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS rmn STOP AT THE Sik v - GALT HOUSE WHEN IN LOUISVILLE Good Rooms for $1.00 per Day. road material, with reasonable safety, under proper, careful and humane direction. A great deal will depend upon the plan adopted and selection of the agent, or agents, who shall execute the plan. "If such a venture is to be made by the state, a bill should be carefully after mature Experiment of Board of Prison darwn, who have had consultation with those actual and successful experience in the handling of Commissioners Solves prisoners, and before the meeting of Problem the Legislature. No legislation should be passed in this connection." MEANS SAVING TO TAXPAYERS PRISON FARM SHOWS PROFIT half-bake- d, hastily-consi- dered Fine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices. Free Auto-Bu- s From Kansas. Interesting Statement Issued by Warden A. J. G. Wells, of the Kentucky Farm Reformatory State State Corbin, Shows Profit of $4,826.81 During Editor News: Fourteen Months. Frankfort, Ky. (Special.) The of employing the prisoners of the state on the State Farm seems to be a decided success. After a thorough trial of the plan of the Board of honey and soft bread, and substituted therefor, smoked bacon, boiled beans, mixed vegetable soup, half cooked rice and possi bly a slab of smoked dried codfish, they would have come nearer having an old army dinner. Now, I wish to correct a slight error as regards A. S. Marcom's regimental number. The 13th Ky Cav., had but one Colonel and he was James W. Weather-for- d, , Meets Trains Turkish and Electric Baths Oct. 17, 1915. Write For Reservations. EVERYTHING IN HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized Prison Wells, there is a net profit to the state of $4,826.81 in fourteen months. At the request of R. C. Terrell, of Roads, A. J.G.Wells, Warden of the Kentucky State Reforma- Commissioners and Warden Com-mission- er and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. ;ncomorated 112-11- CO- - 6 Eaat Mafcel Ired Del ween Firs! and Brook Louisville, Ky. Birdseve view 'of our Plant tory, has prepared a statement covering the period the plan has been in operation. Warden Wells covers his two years' experience with a limited number of prisoners on the State Farm. Mr. Wells said in part: "The Legislature of 1914 authorized by law the lease of a farm, with an option of purchase at the end of the lease. In accordance therewith, the Board of Prison Commissioners, on recommendation of myself," as Warden, and with the approval of the Sinking Fund Commissioners, of which the Governor is a member, leased the Mas-ti- n farm, consisting of 462 acres, about 1 miles from the prison, and in the bend of the Kentucky river, just opposite the new capitol, for an annual rental of $3,000 per year. The Legislature adjourned on March 19, 1914, negotiations were carried on with several landowners and a contract concluded, and prisoners were put to work on the farm April 10, 1914. This, of course, was too late to get the best results the first year. This late start, which was unavoidable, and the severe drouth which followed, made it a trying test for the first year, but in spite of both of these serious handicaps, even this year made a most satisfactory showing. "A summary of expenditures and receipts of the farm, from April, 1914, to July 1, 1915, shows a net gain on July 1, 1915, of 4,826.81, after charging the farm with all labor at the same average price paid inside the prison. Moreover, this net gain does not take into account many crops that had not developed sufficiently for accurate invoice on said date. These crops are as follows: 10 acres of tobacco, 25 acres of late Irish potatoes, 1 acre of sweet potatoes, 8 acres sugar cane, 7 acres turnips, 2 acres cabbage, 15 acres beans, 5 acres greens, acre cucumbers, 1 acre carrots, 6 acres melons. "Largest in Dixie" V. J. Hughes Incorporated ? Sons Co. Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Five life term prisoners, two Knox Booth, a former revenue agent, died at Memphis from of whom had served twenty poisoning. He was under indict- years, were paroled by Gov. with thirty-onother ment for moonshine conspiracy. convicts. Mc-Crea- ry e Lave told us the same story distress alter eating, gases, heartburn. A . Yes Many People -- : Owsley Stanley is to be taken yS2mSS Tablet . before and after each meal will relieve you. Sold only by us 25c. Paull Drug Co. from the train to his speaking appointment in Louisville Saturday night by a team of six mules. W. D. Pierce, a railroad employee at Princeton, was killed by a passenger train on the I. C. while reading a letter on the Eat what you want and not be troubled with indigestion if you will take a You Can Enjoy Life teUO$SL jpxouw Dyspepsia before and after each meal. Sold only by us 25c a box. , Paul! Drug Tabet track. Mrs. E. E. Holman is one of C. re- the most prominent architects cently passed a mother's in Philadelphia. sion law. The "Wisconsin legislature pen- Read Our Liberal Paper Offers "The season since July 1 has continued good, and the products above named have added very materially to the balance above stated. We have, since July 1, put up for use in the prison 12,000 gallon cans of beans, tomatoes, corn and apples. All the cattle and hogs are slaughtered at the farm, and sold to the prison at less price than the packing houses furnish other state institutions similarly situated. The meats, vegetables and other products are served fresh, and are altogether more wholesome and palatable than from the packers' cold storage. The better health of the prison population resulting is within itself a large asset. "The farm, on account of its proximity to the prison and its splendid isolation, is ideally located. There are on the farm inexhaustible ledges of limestone, and within a few feet of a railroad and the Kentucky river. A rock crusher of sufficient capacity at this point, operated by prison labor, could easily supply a large demand for road material throughout the state. "The railroad and river facilities for shipment should insure reasonable transportation rates. In my opinion, there is no place in the market which furnishes so many attractive features as this one for farming on a small scale, and for the production and transportation of road material, by the use of prison labor. "It might be interesting in this connection to state that out ot 179 prisoners sent to the farm at different times, only 4 have escaped, and 2 of them returned. These prisoners remain at the farm at night, and, while tbey are under the direction and guard of Capt. J. P. Schnorbus, they have, necessarily, many opportunities to escape, if they were so inclined. I do not mean by this statement, however, to indicate that prisoners, Indiscriminately, can be trusted on the outside. We have attempted, as far as surrounding circumstances would permit, to exercise good judgment in their selection for this work. My estimate is that possibly 25 per cent of the prison population could be worked on the outside in farming and the production of Through the courtesy and by request of W. E. Ford, of Bluff City, Kansas, my daughter, Mrs. Stonehocker, of Bluff City, sent me a copy of your paper, of Oct. 13th, 1915, and I certainly have enjoyed reading it this a. m. While reading your paper, I find many familiar family names, yet I find only one individual name that I can distinctly recall, and that is Major Tom Winfrey, who I believe died at Columbia, of cholera, in 1873, I am very much gratified, and want to congratulate Adair county on the magnificient Educational and Industrial display made at your School Rally Day. It is vastly different from what it was 55 and 60 years ago, when I was going to school in Clinton and Cumberland counties. I notice the name of Superintendent Huffaker. There was one M. N. Huffaker. Principal of the Albany school in 1873, when I was back in Clinton county. I am pleased to note that your people are awakening to the ne cessity of good roads, especially that road from Columbia to Jamestown. I have traveled it when for mud, slush and allround worth- lessness, I thought it was about the limit, though it was no worse than many other clay roads in that country, for I well remember the condition of the road from Columbia to Creelsboro in the winter of 1862 and 1863, when I was carrying the U. S. mail out that portion of the Columbia and Albany route,. I gleam from reading your general news, your locals and advertising matter, that you carry, that Adair county has improved greatly since last I was through your county seat in ly 51 years December, 1864-near- of Hustonville, Ky., formerly Major 8th Ky.. Cav., un der Colonel Shackleford. The 12th Ky., Cav., was commanded by Colonel Crittenden. Now, a word about W. T. Car ter, of Hewitt's Battery. T. want to say that I had the pleasure of serving under his former Henry M.second Lieutenant Turner, who died at Ennis, Texas in 1880. Now, Mr. Editor, I see from your paper that a gentleman had been out to Russell Springs and reported an enormous crop of chestnuts. Perhaps I had better close this communication, for by the time you decipher what Melvin L. White, of North Carolina, calls you Egyptian Hyfiroglyphics, h will be exhausted. So bidding you good evening,. I subscribe myself. well-nig- W. J. Wood. fioodingand Cramping r STELLA-VITA- E STOPPED m This has a world of meaning to every woman who suffers as Mrs. J. S. Blair, of Enterprise, Okla., suffered and there are many thousands such. Mrs. Blair tells the story of her suffering and cure much better than we can tell it. We auote her own words ji ! "I had vomiting been Hooding, cramping and for fire month9 and tafcing medicine from as good a doctor as th country affords, bat he did me so good. I got tired ot doctor's medicine and seat to the drug store for a woman's medicine and the druggist seat me STELLA-VITA- E. woman. I have used six bottles already and will continue to use and praise STELLA- VITAS whenever I seed a woman' "'j . f I felt lite a different "One bottle stopped everything and I i 1 medicine." j ; What STELLA-VITA- E did for Mrs, Blair it will do for you. We gua- ranteo the first bottle to benefit you. Your money back if it don't. You cannot afford to not try it when you have all to gain and not a penny to lose. Go to your dealer todap and begin trying STELLA-VITAtrying to become well. Wo lose the price if you are not benefited. In many years of guaranteeing STELLA- VITAE less than one bottle out of every thousand has failed to benefit. E, ' I ' ,vs a thousand to one I For Sae B Yourchancss of bdngtsr.clit ecf TEHN. ago, Thacher Medicine Co. CHATTANOOGA, Pag & Taylor. I must confess that the most pleasureable article, to me at i Conditions throughout .Mexico least, was that given under the caption "Old Soldiers Happy are showing marked improvement according to a report oj? XJVCllt, They certainly had an excel- Secretary lansing. lent time, and I would have been glad to have been with them; though as for J. J. Vervalin, K. A M. Peterson and J. B. Dodson I never met. I believe I know of comrades A. S. and J. A. Mar- BOURBON POULTRY CURE com. I believe they were origla the drinkinj: water Mafees Hens Lay Amazingly inally from Cumberlan county, Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, at least I attended school where Limberneck Prevents Sick ncss. One 50c bottle makes 12 the Marcom boys did, about 10 gallons of medicine. At druggists or by mail postpaid. Valuable poultry book free. miles south of Burkesville. BOURBON REMEM CO. Leilngtsfl, Ky.. I think that those old comrades A majority of the county overdid the thing in the way of dinner. If they had elimilated school superintendents imlKjiBr d eggs, salmon, sas are wmbmC the T FEW DROPS hard-boile- - - s '7 THE ADAIRCOUNTY NEWS uses THE A great deal of interest is being manifested in a mponljght school that France the Germans again have is being taught by Mrs. W. L. Russell Published Every Wednesday attacked the position at La Cour-tin- e, at Bloomington, this county. Over - BY THE portions of which the 100 pupils have been enrolled. The school has been in progress for fifteen Adair County News Company French claimed to have held af- or twenty nights 1 ADAIR COUNTY HEWS In the Champagne district in S. H. To Grinstead & Co., Have Removed W (Incorporated.) ter its capture recently. Paris The election is now over. The next declares the latest attack was event of note, especially to the youngEDITOR. er set, is the coming of Santa Claus. their New Building on Cross Street completely repulsed. Hard fighting continues in the Hatcher. They have a desirable location and will newspaper devoted to the interest various sections of the Austro-Italia- n Democratic of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair pay the highest market price for all kinds and adjoining counties. front, where the Italians Thomas Lee Mardis, who has of Produce. are driving their offensive move- been living in North Dakota for as second Entered atthe Columbia ment for Gorizia and the ap- six years, class mail matter. returned this week, to The Firm is known as Srong and Reliable and for proaches to Trent. Vienna de his native heath. His wife and years has been dealing with the people of SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR clares the invaders have failed to four children came back with Adair and adjoining counties. progress. Some slacken- him. He is contemplating buy WED. NOV. 3. 1915 make ing of the force of the attack on ing one of the best' improved Bring on your stuff and get the CASH. the Doberdo plateau is reported. farms in our neighborhood. We WAR SITUATION. Vienna asserts that the Aus- will be glad to have him locate trian aerial raid on Venice was here, as his family is highly esThe first connecting link be- in reprisal for an Italian air atteemed by every one. forces tack on Triest. Material damtween the been over run with trade since he DR. JAS. TAYLOR, We havn't heard of investigainvading Serbia and their Bulga- age to military property was inhas had charge of the Campbelistion of the condition of our court rian allies has been made. Junc- flicted, it is indicated. ville hotel. He is offering good Has located in Columbia house since E. P. Morrow spoke. tion of the armies east of the inducements to the public and and will do a General The reporter for the Louisville Brza Falanka on the Danube, in his patrons are showing the ADDITIONAL LOCAL practice. Herald stated he had an audience the far northeastern corner of proper appreciation. on Burkesville Sfrecf. of eleven hundred. The seating Serbia, is reported by Berlin. John Grundy, our candidate Office in Butler Building The main advance of the Aus-tr- o The Columbia Library is slowly but capacity is only four hundred. for State Senator, has been in on. Public Square. steadily growing. We have one hun- H. V. McChesney spoke there German forces is along the our county for several days. He books, and fifty dred and twenty-eigh- t Morava Valley, where runs the from the State Library which are free since, and had as many voters to sufferers no uneasiness on being SAVE NOW railroad line through Nish, East to every one. The membership is hear him as the other party, but defeated. 00 a year, and every one is urged to Democrats are conservative and to Sofia and thence on to Con- SI join. A Library is nob a luxury, but Wm. Abner, wife and daughstantinople. The junction now one of the necessaries of life "Books do not publish so much to gain ter, New Market, were here Sun- $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma are the windows through which the notoriety. $75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand reported as effected does not day. souls look out." Children learn to Course, Time Unlimited, if you G. L. Jones, one of our leading give the direct railroad connec- read by being in the presence of books, We have several new residences enroll on or before November 1st. tion desired by the Teutonic and the love of knowledge comes with farmers, happened to bad luck today for catalog and $20. reading and grows upon it. last Thursday. He had 130 being built. Charles Newcomb Write forces. discount coupon No. 32. shocks' of corn consumed by fire. is building on the land he purFoxes Wanted. King Constantine of Greece Address, A colored man was gathering chased from M. L. Howard. Fred O. KEELING, Pres. has abandoned his proposed visit H. May is erecting a nice bungalow Saloniki, it being concluded, it Greys $1.25 to 82 00. Reds $1.50 to corn in the field and pulled off to Bryant & Stratton Business College W. T. HODGEN, 83.50. his coat and placed it down by on the farm he purchased of is said, that ah exchange of Box 232, Campbelisville, Ky, Louisville, Ky. a shock which bad been gathered Robert Wilson. official calls with allied comand after pulling three more Joe Jennings, of Cumberland manders there might be misconRev. C. Connor Brown, who is to county, bought a small farm opossums before they get ripe. conduct a series of meetings at the shocks noticed (fire. It is supstrued. It is a new boy at Cris HarPresbyterian church, will preach next posed that a match dropped out from James Logan and will beThe situation at Gorizia is crit- Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock and at mons and a girl at William Hargin at once to build a house, of the coat causing the fire. ical for the Austrians, according 7:00 p. m. A very cordial invitation mons. to The Modern Woodmen of Amer The farmers have finished to advices from Brescia, which is given to allwillattend these services. Mr. Brown preach every night Mrs. Lyda Dehart, of Somerstate the Italians are now attack- next week. Attend these meetings sowing oats and wheat and are ica gave a banquet at their hall set, is visiting her son G. R. ing the Austrian inner lines, and by your sympathy and prayers busy gathering corn. It is yield- in Campbelisville Thursday night and her daughter, Mrs. support the good work ing beyond expectation and they About 85 partook of the feast. their heavy guns outranging the Lulie Murrell. The November number of the Re- are at a loss to know how to utilize There was some degree work Austrian artillery. Strong posiinview of Reviews is it for good returns. Stock of all given previous to the banquet. We will all be glad for the tions were taken in an infantry formation. Every full of valuable lawyer and every pike to commence on the Columattack on Monday and the heavy school professor should take this mag- kinds are scarce and we predict Quite a number has been added bia and Liberty road, as we all bombardment was then resumed, azine. It keeps up with the events it will not be worth more than to the camp this year and interEurope and tells them now going on in est is not lacking to make it one know that there is nothing like it is declared. accurately. National questions are two dollars a barrel on the marof the leading camp3 in the good roads. Franco-Serbia- n successes in also discussed. Address The Review ket. of Reviews, Irving Place, New York, State. There was a pie supper at Ollie White age 34, and Miss Southern Serbia probably have N. Y. Charley Rice and Ernest Guinn Grassy Spring schoolhouse last age 16, were marrendered untenable the Mr. Hugh Richardson has sold his Bettie Johnson left for the West, Tuesday, seek- Friday night. line of the Bulgariinterest in the grocery busi- ried at the Methodist parsonage, ing a fortune. We have noticed The school at Grassy Springs ans along theNish-Salonroad, ness at Campbelisville, run under the by Rev. J, L. Piercy. firm name of Beck & Richardson, to that nearly every one returns to is progressing nicely, with Robaccording to a Saloniki dispatch. Mr. O. C. Collins, of this place. Mr. Willis Burdette and wife, of winter with their parents. The ert Bailey as teacher. The Bulgarians in this section Collins has removed his family to New Market, spent two days in Campbelisville. Mr. Richardson will inducements for making money The hogs are doing nicely on are declared to be menaced by remove to Joplin, Mo., where he ex- Hatcher last week. He bought is about as good here as any- the mast, but there is a disease Serbian attacks from both sides. pects to engage in business. several mules while here. where for the ones who have to among them that is thinning In northwestern Serbia the Ten years ago it was said that all Clayton Turner is attending an depend upon upon manual labor them out and it is getting close Austrians report substantial the best timber in Adair county had automobile school in Kansas City.. for a living. to us. progress. They have seized been cut, but that was certainly a mistake, as wagons loaded with heavy He is liking the work and claims strong positions South of Obren-ova- c logs have been passing through the Kentucky Conference. he is going to attend until he reMafia. and their forces of occupa- square, weekly, en route to saw mills, There are Mr. J. ceives a diploma. date. At tion are nearing Valjevo, from since that has a yardthis time logs, B. Barbee of many The first round of Quarterly Conferabout 600 attending the same inWheat looks fine in this part which Austrian calalry already hauled recently, on the mill lot of ence for the Columbia District will stitution. It seems to be well of the country. has driven the Serbians. From Bryant & Burton, this place. be as follows: enough for more of our young Visegrad, in Bosnia, the Serbians Mr. Sam Bryant, a native of Adajr V. Head .will move in this Creelsboro charge, Nov. 2, 3 and 4. men to prepare for garage work J. Columbia Station, Nov. G and 7. locality in a few days. have been driven back to the county, a son of Mr. W. J. Bryant, died in Louisville last Thursday. He as the demand . for skilled meLiberty charge, Nov. 9 and 10. Serbian border. Vienna declares was a cousin of Mr. Walker Bryant. Virgil Redmon is preparing to Columbia circuit, Nov. 11 and 12. chanics of that kind is hard to the mountainous country in the He was about forty-fiv- e years old and supply. Edmonton circuit, Nov. 16, 17 and erect a new dwelling. county ten or twelve years left bend of the Danube East of the ago. this remains were brought to 18. His There are several cases of Oliver McGaha has been putAlbany charge, Nov. 23, 24 and 25. county, and the interment was Klissura narrows has virtually Adair diphtheria near here, but there ting in good time this week All the official members as well as near his old home, on Sulphur. been cleared of hostile forces. all others will please be present, ifc is sawing lumber. Dispatch of munitions from Mr. Edgar Reed, manager of the has been no fatalitias. necessary as we want to get to. work Austria to Constantinople is like- Parlor Circte, has arranged with a Jo Miller, who has had medical Art Bailey's family who have and with God's help make this the large pictures concern for ly to begin within a few days shows. He will show from four ,to attention for two months, does been down with typhoid fever, best year for Kentucky Conference. O. B. West, across the northeast corner of six reels a night, and will commence not seem to improve to the satis- so long have about recovered. Supt. of Columbia District. new pictures week. Serbia, where the contact be- using the week Thursday next Satur- faction of his friends. He had Bud Rooks has about recovered Show this and Chamberlain's Tablets. tween Bulgarian and Austro- - day nights. typhoid fever on the beginning, also. This is a medicine intended espec lierman forces seems on the The ladies of the Baptist church but other complications have de- - Ambrose Rooks and family ially for stomach troubles, biliousness point of being accomplished, ac- will have an exchange the day before veloped which necessitates his left this part. this morning for and constipation. It is meeting with much success and rapidly gaining in cording to advices from Buch Thanksgiving at Russell & Eubank's confinement. Ohio. favor and popularity. For sale br millinery parlors. You are cordially Paull Drug Co. AdT. arest, Rumania. invited. The boys are catching all the S.JD. Barbee claims he has CHAS. S. HARRIS, Post-offi- ce F. H. DURHAM, Manager. Aii9tro-Germa- n $20.00 f. De-ha- rt, Kuma-nova-Vran- ya one-ha- lf ki high-clas- s Y i i..t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ' ' She Knows WKat Ste Wants powder which (Insists upon using only a baking The well informed housekeeper Mr. Paul Waggener got here in due Mt. Vernon Girls WalK to Salem. Program. time to cast his suffrage. He never fails to be here at every election. C. W. B. m. program to be given in "It's a long, long way to Salem, but Miss Tishiel Montgomery is visiting the chapel of the Christian church, we are going there." her brother, Mr. Rue Montgomery, Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 2:30 p. m. So sang a party of Mt. Vernon girls and other relatives in Columbia. Hymn, 244. who started out for a little before Invocation. breakfast jaunt at five o'clock this Tartar. She might read in an Advertisement or be told that alum iand lime phosphate, which are used as inferior substitutes in 'cheap baking powders, were all is made of cream of Additional Locals. Convention of Christian Churches. right in the quantities used fehe would them to enter her kitchen. not buy them or permit but1 Why? rof as the most wholesome agent, Because she knows that cream .. tartar has always been accepted with-isoda, and she wants a baking powder made of cream of tartar,-likfof for raising cake and bis-fcu- it, e her unconscious absorption, either, own or her mother's, of the opinions of the highest authorities on hygiene and home cooking.; The prudent housekeeper, when she uses baking powder, reads the names of on Royal. This conclusion is the result' The Adair County Convention of the Christian churches of Adair county, convened on Friday night at 6:30 o'clock at Chestnut Grove Church, with F. J. Barger presiding. A good, large audience was present at the first meeting, and increased at each meeting. On Sunday the house would not hold the people There were five preachers present as follows: F. J. Barger, Tobias Huffaker, C. C. Lloyd, Z. T. Williams and our State jwants. the label. the ingredients printed She knows what she ROYAL BAKING POWDER New York CO.; Personals. Mr. C. B. Whitney, here a few days ago Rev. J. S. Chandler and his daught er, Miss Mary, of Campbellsville, visited here the latter part of last week. m Prof. R. R. Moss went to CampHatcher, was bellsville last Thursday. Rev. F. A. Hamilton and wife reMr. Eobert Borders, Campbellsville. turned to Columbia last Wednesday was here last Thursday. night. Mr. Henry If. Miller went to LouisMr. J. T. Goodman, of Rowena, was ville last Thursday, with a view of here Fiiday and Saturday. buying an automobile. He has reMiss Alva knight, of Jamestown, is turned and brought with him a Dodge, visiting Mrs J. A. Hill. a fine macnine. Mr. Fred Hill made a business trip Judge Rollin.Hurt, of the Court of Appeals, arrived fromJFrankfort last to Louisville last week. Rev. L C.Kelley, of Campbellsville, Friday night, and will remain at home this week. was here Thursday. Prof. W. M. Wilson who was called Mr. J. B. Vicker, of Louisville, was to Williamsburg?onaccount of the illat the Hancock Hotel several days of ness of his father,5Jhas returned and last week. reports that he left his father better Mr. 2s B. Miller, Buffalo, If ew York, Mr. and Mrs. JoJSandusky, Mr. and is here, visiting relatives in Columbia and at Crocus. He will be in the Mrs. Frank Sandusky mortored to standard county two or three weeks. Frankfort Sunday. I Organization. Mr. W. R. Lyon and Mr. J. Q. AlexMr. J H. Kinnaird, Red Lick, was 1 A regularly organized board of ander, Campbellsville, were registered at the Hancock notel Thursday. Mr. Alfred T. Alien, Cambridge, Iowa, and C. W. Johnson, Enterprise, Iowa, were at the Hancock Hotel the latter part of last week. Mr. Leon Lewis was confined to his bed several days of last week. Mr. J. C. Miller and wife, of Campbellsville, were here Thursday. Mr. Edgar Lewis, of Bradfordsville, was here the latter part of last week. Mr. Fred Bowles, who resides ac Bradfordsville, was here a few days ago. here Monday. Mr. Byron Montgomery, who is in the revenue service, and Mr. J. E. Flowers, who is employed at Lebanon, came home to vote. Rev. R. B Grider and wife, of Louisville, have been spending a week with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs. W C. Grider, Montpelier. Mr L O Taylor arrived from Frankfortjast Saturday. Bible School worker, Roy K. Road- ruck. The program was earned ou? in full. "H. B. Guinn, of Hartford, Ky., was present on Saturday and contributed much to the interest of the meeting by his splendid talks. Bro. Roadruck is an active and live Bible School worker and his talks were highly ap. Runaways Caught. predated. There are 15 congregations of the Christian Church in the county, eight of which were representLast Saturday night Harry Sims, ed and reported. The eight reported fourteen years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. &howed a membership of 820, each of Lon Sims, and a colored boyi who goes them having a Bible School making a by the name of "Booker T.,'' contotal enrollment of 500. cluded that they would try a new counThe fifteen churches in the county try, and they left, having secured have a "membership of fifteen hun provision enough to do them several dred all told. Each of them have a days. All day Sunday Mr. Sims used Bible School with a total enrollment the phone in an endeavor to locate of 850. There have been only 60 addi- them, and about night he learned tions to the churches this year in the that they were on the road, going in county. the direction of Burkesville Author The amount of the missionary offer- ities at that place were notified and ings for this year form the eight when they reached Burkesville, and churches that sent in reports is $200 before they were accosted, they deBible School offerings 38. Total cided to return home, and landed here amount paid for local preaching $1238. Monday morning about 3 o'clock, The next meeting will be held at wiser and per haps better boys. Milltown next October. J. F. Barger was President and W. T. For the next thirty days I will Reese Secrepary Z T. Williams and sell Pilgrim's Roasted Coffey at Tobias Huffaker were appointed a committee to act with the, county 10i cents. Monarch Coffee at 15 officials whose duty is to assist the cents. For the present, standard weak churches in the county to secure granulated Sugar 6i cents evanghlists to hold meetings, and as D. M. Moore, sist their churches in anything they 52 Garlin, Ky. 2t may need. The following program was recom, Honor Roil. mended for adoption of all churches in the county as a rural church two-year-old- Hymn, 241. Bible reading, Matthew 2: 2 by all in unison. Circle of prayer. Business period. Roll call, Responded to by giving some missionary item. Review of Bible study in October Tidings, Mrs. R. F. Rowe. Sketch of our missionary, Miss Caroline E. Pope, Miss Mary Lucy Lowe. Paper. The value of Missionary visions Miss Victoria Hughes Talks by each member present Some ways I have been helped by being a member of the C. W. B. M. Five hidden answers in October Tidings. Mrs. Laura Coffey. Critique of the Vision of Sir Z. T. Williams. Benediction. 18-2- morning. At one o'clock this afternoon the party had, according to telephone advices received by the Ifews, arrived at the Marion county seat, footsore and tired but happy at having achieved such a great feat of pedestrianism, a distance of 22 miles. Those in the party were Misses Lena Dalrymple, Frieda Rentchler, Helen Gilbert, Ifeone Hobbs and Eugenia Moss. In a telephone message from Salem it was learned that the girls claim to have covered every foot of the distance on their own power. If such is the case they are entitled to whatever prizes there may be for long walkers. The party stopped oa the way for breakfast and during the last part of the journey stopped frequently to rest. For tale. The young ladies will return on the C. & E I. train, A few trios of Black Spanish chickThey undoubtedly walked some toens, either young or day, but the big question is, "will Mrs. E. L. Feese, they be able to walk tomorrow?" P. O. Box 173. Columbia, Ky. Mt. Vernon, Illinois, News. Laun-fal.-Mr- s. this-evenin- g s. For the next week, I will pay 24o. cash or 25c. in the store for eggs. D. M. Moore, Garlin, Ky 49-t- f. An Enjoyable Evening. en- Mrs. C. M. Russell charmingly friends Friday eventertained ing. "Rook" and some delightful musical selections were highly enjoyed by the guests after which the hostess served a very appetising chafing dish lunch. The following were present: Misses Gwendolyn Bayless, Mary Chandler, Madge Rosenfield, Lula Dersche and Katie Murrell; Fred Hill, Paul Chandler George Montgomery and Edgar Reed. Alec-Chewning- , When in Columbia leave your horse and buggy at W. H. Wilson's. They 44-will be well cared for tf Monday was county court. As the day before the election crowd was in town. Hon. J. W. Railings, of Danville, was here accordit-ca- Primary Department of Training School. 7th Grade. Mary Harris Lindsey-Wilso- n Mr. M. Cravens was at home from Saturday until Tuesday afternoon Mr. W. C Yates, Campbellsville, was here the first of the week. Attorney General James Garnett Mr. and Mrs J. R. Wilson have rearrived from Frankfort last Thursday moved from their farm to Columbia night, remaining until Tuesday fore- and are occupying a new cottage, just noon. completed, by Dr W. F. Cartwright. Hon. James Harvey, of Barren county, who was the Republican candidate for the State Senate, was here the last two days before the election. Mr. J. V. White was on the sick list several days of last week. Dr. J. X. Page lefo last Thursday for Monticello, returning Saturday, in company with Mrs. Page, who had spent several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. R A. Myers. Mr. pelbert Arnold J. H. Ritchey, of Burkesville, Sadie Mullinix who went to Louisville to have his Margaret Harris throat treated, reached Columbia James Frankum Thursday, en route to his home. He Bill Hudson reported that he had been benefitted Raymond Shreve Mrs. Jo Murray, who went to LouisBargains. For fresh groceries, just opened, at ville to have her eyes examined, returned several days ago. The special- living prices, go to the new store of ist put her on a treatment, and it is Finis Rosenbaum. He will deliver inNo rent to pay means a saving to thought that her full sight will be re side corporate limits. Phone 152 your purse. Get my prices before you stored. 51-3- t. church officers holding a monthly business meeting, following a regular order of business. 2 A weekly church meeting including at Least the Lord's Su,per and Bible School. 3 A Front Rank Bible School. II Service. A ten per cent , increase of membership, and ten per cent., Increase in the number of givers and in mission offerings. Any church carrying out this program will find it quite helpful though they may have no regular preaching. The Bible School has become the teaching service of the church, and is one ot the divine means of enlarging the knowledge of the Lord among the people. Regular Lord's day communion service will keep any congregation alive, and will be a blessing to them. The good people prepared a splendid dinner for Saturday, and spread it on the ground at noon, and it was enjoyed by a great and appreciative crowd. Z T. Williams. ing to appointment, and he made a rousing Democratic speech, enthusing the hundreds who heard him. Immediately after the speaking he left for his home in order to cast his vote Tuesday morning for the Democratic ticket. Mr. Rawlings was introduced by Attorney General Jas. Garnett. Frances Strange 5th Grade. Delbert Arnold Louie Feese V Leona Bryant James Frankum 3rd Grade. Virginia Harris Catherine Williams Pauline Arnold Bill Hudson Raymond Shreve 1st Grade. Alta Barbee Maxine Moss Delmar Pennycuff Mary iVi j If you want good service, safe 44-t- f. driv- ers and fair prices, go to W. H. Wilson's. Sunday School Attendance. Methodist Christian 125 103-- Baptist Presbyteiian U. B. 44-t- f. 91 3& 3 All box stalls at W. II. Wilson's feed and livery stable. Mr. O. A. Taylor, who is a partner of Dr. J. 2f. Page, in the drug business, this place, and who went before the State Board of Pharmacy, Owens-boro, Bryant 100 Per Cent., in Spelling, recently, received notification last Friday night that he had passed the examination and was now a registered druggist. FouSale: chine. One gasoline well W. Skaggs, ma- For particulars call or write-J- . Milltown, Ky. Mt Judge Jas. Denton, of Somerset, and Messrs. Paul Hughes and Albia EuCongressman Caleb Powers spent bank and Dr. O. P Miller came home Thursday night in Columbia. They to vote. Dr Miller was accompanied were en route to Burkesville. home by Dr. Claypool, of Unioutown, Mr W. A. Coffey was in Louisville Ind., who was en route to Bridgeport, Ky.. to practice his profession. a day or two of last week. Dr. H B. Simpson, who accompanied Mr. J D. Patterson to Cincinna- buy. Frank Toliver, of Lebanon, Tenn., bought sixteen mules here Monday. The price per head run from $50 to $125. He also bought in Jamestown Saturday six head at the same prices as above. The Fair Grounds, embracing about eleven acres of land, amphitheater, etc., were sold to the highest bidder last Monday. Mr. J. H. Young became the purchaser, the price being , ti, returned last Thursday night. When he left the doctors had not examined Mr. Patterson, but they promised to write in a few days, giving their opinion of the case. Mr. J. M. Campbell, of Little Rock, Ark., who has been in Adair two weeks, on business, left last Thursday, accompanied by his wife for his home. Mr. CarctJbeli is running a diary farm, and is doing a fine business. Mr. and Mrs J. O. Russell, accom panied by Dr. C. M. Russell, left for Louisville Tho former, who has been suffering with a chronic trouble for sometime will enter St. Joseph's Infirmary for treatment. He will, perhaps, submit to an oper ation before returning home, but wilH be treated several weeks before going under the knife. His friends throughout the county hope that the trip will prove beneficial, and that he will be restored to health to-da- y. $2,000. The big horsei Judius, which was owned by a stock company, was sold to the highest bidder Monday, J,- H, Young becoming the purchaser. He brought $155. ,.l - The sale of Mrs. Anna Hatcher last Thursday, was weli attended. Shoats No 1 cooking ranges guaranteed $26 brought about 8 cents per pound. Iron Bedsteads cheap One cow was sold for $50 and one for Rocking chairs $2.75 S45. The household goods sold well. Men's odd coats 31.25 each. The farm was bought by Perry Cun-di50 overcoats at $2.90 to 33.50. and it brought $2,500. Outing cloth best 9c per yard. Frank Toliver will be in Jamestown Good Domestic at 6c per yard. A full line of groceries at bottom next Monday, the 8th, for the purpose-obuying mules. Bring your stock prices I buy eggs, pay cash at top to town. prices. J. F. Neat, on pike near Fair Grounds. Licenses to marry were issued 52-Brockman and Susie Conover, Bennett & Durham, of this place, from the Adair county clerk's office on sold, last week-- , ninety-fiv- e fat cattle the 26th ult. to Bright & O'Daniel, the bunch bringing $6,000. The cattle were Trustees may call at the Superinknown as the Dohoney, Garnett, Con-ov- tendent's office and get their pay for : taking the school ceosos and Holladay stock. Heating stoves $2.15 and up. ff f to-Port- 2t er THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS "Our ability to serve all who I Pe of our services in the midst of crises has been increased by a gracious Providence, by more and more abuntant crops; our ample financial resources have enabled us to steady the markets of the world and facilitate necessary movement of commerce which the war might otherwise have rendered impossible; and our people have come more and more to a sober realization of the part they have been called upon to play in a time when all the world is shaken by unparalleled distresses and disasters. "The extraordinary circumstances of such a time have done much to quicken our national conscientiousness and deepen and confirm our confidence in the principle of peace and freedom by which we have always sought to be guided. Out of darkness and perplexities have come firmer counsels of policy and clearer perceptions of the essential wel fare of the nation. We have prospered while other people were at war, but our prosperity has been vouchsafed us, we believe, that we might the better perform the functions which war rendered it impossible for them to perform. "Now, therefore, I Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States of America, do hereby designate Thursday, the 25th of November next, as a day of thanksgiving and prayer, and invite the people throughout the land to cease from their wonied occupations and in their several homes and places of worship render thanks to Almighty God, "In witness whereof I have hereunto set njy hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done at the city of Washington this 20th day of October, in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Ffteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the One Hundred and Fortieth. "By the President: "Robert Lansing, "Secretary of State. "Woodrow Wilson." could avail themselves Distress in the Stomach. She Will Recover So her doctor said. Her friends and neighbors felt sure of it too. They have used Peruna themselves and know of its merits. That old cough that had worried her for years and years, for which she had taken all sorts of cough medicines, has disappeared. Peruna is doing the work. She will recover. Indeed, she has recovered. Her name Is Mrs. "William Hohmann, 2764 Lincoln Ave., Chicago, Ills. She had suffered with catarrh of the bronchial tubes and had a terrible cough ever since a child. As she got older she grew worse. She coughed both winter and summer. Had to sit up at night. Could not sleep. "But all that has left me now. Peruna has cured me." is Visitors to Louisvi Looking For Carpets, Rugs and Linoleum: Are never disappointed when they visit our store. No bigger stock, no better tJovrif T?r i goodies use Calumet Baking Powder! My mother uses it she's 8he's tried all others learned her lesson now she "Any time you want real i' sticks to Calumet. "Unequalled for 'mating tender, wholesome, light bakings. Wonderful leavening and raisin e qualities uniform I 'results. Mother savs Calumet U the most economical to buy mort nomical to me. Try It at once. eco- values anywhere "Most for your Money" is our Motto. We compete successfully with catalouge offers and in manyiustances give better values. Write to us if you are not able to visit Louisville Biggest Carpet and Rug Store Hubbuch Bros. & Receired Hichest Awards Km C--k SmI Fru Su t!tf In TamdCan Wellendorff, Street INCORPORATED 522 & 524 W. Market There are others, and there a reason. "Efficiency" has made our gr.owth possible. Old Weather Signs. A R2?J2&3 i kin! HIE A t CHIC Here are a few weather signs which are older probably than Although those any one living today. Experi- nave not tried it.may dispute it who without griping and without shock to yet thousands of others, who speak from personal experi- the system. It contains tonic properties ence has shown them to be fair- ence, assert that there is a permanent bowelthat strengthen the stomach and cure for chronic constipation. Some muscles so that in time medicines they little as of all with ly reliable and some of them can testifycents, were cured for as that the nature kinds can be dispensedrelied and rty years ago, and is again solely on. trouble never came back on them, while Among the legions who testify to these others admit they be explained on a scientific ba- before a steady curetook several bottles facts are J. F. Blankenshlp, Sharon. Tenn., was brought about. and Beulah L. Ky.' The remedy referred to is Dr. Cald- and they always Rogers, Kosmosdale, have a bottle of it in the sis: well's Syrup Pepsin. It has been on house, for it is a reliable laxative for all the market for over a quarter of a and has been Moonlight nights have the century by one personpopularized on its the family from infancy to old age. merits, telling another. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this The fact that its strongest supporters remedy before buying it in the regular heaviest frost. are women and elderly people the ones way of a druggist at most persistently constipated makes it dollar a large bottle fifty cents or one (family size) can certain that regarding The higher the clouds the fin- a permanent the claimsconstipation it as have a sample bottle sent to the homo cure for have free of charge by simply addressing Dr. not been exaggerated. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St. er the weather. It is not violent like cathartic pills. Monticello, 111. Your name and address Baits or waters, but operates gently, on a postal card will do. The farther the sight the nearer the rain. Dew is an indication of fine Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation Interesting Items. WELL DRILLER Cheap and big canBakicgPowders do not save yoa money. Calumetdoes it'sPnre and far superior to sour milk and. soda. THANKSGIVING weather. PROCLAMATION. Italy consumes less tobacco I will drill wells in Adair and When stars flicker in a dark per capita than any other civilizbackground, rain or snow foladjoining counties. See me be ed nation. lows soon. The President of the United States issued the following proclamation on the 21st inst: "14 has long been the honored custom of our people to turn in the fruitful autumn of the year in praise and thanksgiving to Almighty God for His many blessings and mercies to us as a nation. The year that is now drawing to a close since we last observed our day of national thanksgiving has been, while a year of discipline because of the mighty forces of war and of changes which have disturbed the world, also a year of special blessing for us. "Another year of peace has been vouchsafed us; another year in which not only to take thought of our duty to our?elves and to mankind, but also to adjust ourselves to the many responsibilities thrust upon us by a war which has involved almost the whole of Europe. "We have been able to assert our rights and the rights of man-- " kind without breach of friendship with the great nations with whom we have had to deal, and while we have asserted rights, we have been able also to perform duties and exercise privileges of succor and helpfulness which should serve to demon-strat- e our desire to make the offices of friendship the means of truly disinterested and unselfish service; Latest imThe total value of the world's fore contracting. Expect a strong wind with fishery products has been esti- proved machinery of all kinds. stormy weather when smoke mated at $493,474,801. Pump Repairing Done. Give from chimneys hang near the When elephants are in the viground. me a Call. cinity of tigers they beat their trunks on the ground. There are 350,000 golfers in the United States. Ten years Celery originated in Germany. ago there were only 5,000. The chestnut came from Italy. Hyenas' jaws are so powerful " Vegetable Immigrant. .!. C. YATES A Splendid The onion originated in Egypt. that they can break the shin bone of a bullock at one snap. Tobacco is a native of Virginia. Beware of Cheap Substitutes. In these days of keen competition it is important that the public should see that they get Chamberlain's Hough Remedy and not take substitutes sold for the sake of extra proflt. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has stood the test and been approved for more than forty years. For sale by Paull Drug Adv. Co. Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and The nettle is a native of EuThere are many people who have a distress in the stomach after meals. rope. It is due to indigestion and easily The citron is a native of Greece. remedied by taking one of Chamberlain's Tablets after meals. Mrs. HenOats originated in North ry Padghan, Victor, N. Y , writes: "For some time I was troubled with ache and distress in my s.tomach after The poppy originated in the eating, also with constipation. About East. six months ago I began taking ChamParsley was first known in berlain's Tablets They regulated the action of my bowels and the headache Sardina. and other annoyances ceased in a short time." For sale by Pauli Drug How to Prevent Croup. Adv Co. It may be a surprise to you to learn preThe French have captured a that in many cases croup can be vented. Mrs. H. JJ. Johns, Elida, O , strong German barricade and relates her experience as follows: "My held it against all counter little boy is subject to croup. During The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only 1.35 Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $L(to per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It cwrries a carries a great omonnt of v&luablefarm 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 subscrib'ne for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to te Congressman Sherley is out in an interview favoring a lare increase in the army and navy. A Splendid Offer. further notice we will furnish The Adair County News one the past winter I kept a bottle of year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, Until -- What Is the Best Remedy For Constipation? a. This is a question asked us many timea each day. The answer is v "We guarantee them to be satisfactory to you. Sold only by us, 10 cents. m Paull Drug Co. house, and when he began having that croupy cough I would give him one or two doses of it would break the attack. I like it better for children than any other cough medicine be cause children take it willingly, and it is safe and reliable." For sale by Adv. Paull Drug Co. The Adair County News, one year, Farm and Fireside, semiColumbia, Ky. monthly, one year; year; and Household Journal, monthly, one year, all for The Civil Service Commission S1.65. This is the best offer ever made the ,,harges by this office, and all who want read- has dismissed ing matter should send their subscrip- brought against Collepors Ben tions to this office at once. Marshall and Josh Griffith. To-day- 's ne ( THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS HUSBAND RESCUED "I BOUGHT A BUNCH OF PIGS" HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST! Am permanently located in Co lumbia. All Classes of Denial work done. Crow DESPAIRING WIFE Afltr Foot Years of Discouraging Conditions, Airs. Bollock Gave I had gotten so weak I could not stand, deand All Inlay work a Specialty. and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very first Work Guaranteed Up in Despair. Husband Office over G. W. Lowe's ' Came to Rescue. Shoe Store J. H. dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly jm this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock rites as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try ars, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman'stonic. It has helped s time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 ille, J. B. Stone "Don't you joke with us, John, we "Got the biggest piece of news yet," yelled Dave Thurman as he rode up want to know." "I have already told you, but I to the old blacksmith shop at haven't told you the whole story just as it happened to me. You fellows "Well give it to us, Dave." recollect I bought a big bunch of pigs "John Hughes's goin' to run for just about the time school opened. school trustee." "No, you're jokin', Dave. John, he's Well they were as nice a bunch as I too busy a farmer to bother with bein' ever saw, so I wanted 'em to be fed right. My regular hand, ol' Si, was school trustee, besides he hasn't got any kin folks teachin' school that I sick, so I had to hire a new man to do the feedin'. While I was lookin' ever heard of." may be so, but I got word around I put the hogs In that clover "That field about it mighty straight. His wife they'ddown next the school house so have grazin' enough an' plenty tol mine he was goin' to run an' I of water. reckon that's just about as straight as "I reckon you boys think I'm takin' anybody could get anything. Here he a long time to tell you the story, but comes now on his ol' bay mare, an' 1 believe it'll change your ideas about you can ask him for yourselves." the school like it did mine. Well, the man had When the tall, given the blacksmith some instruc- day I put the hogs in on the clover a tions concerning the mending of a nice lookin' youngster about 18 years doubletree, he turned to the men and old come over to hire to me an' feed the hogs. I talked with him an' he said: was bright all' right, but he never had "I'll bet anything Dave has told you I'm "out for the office of school trustee fed hogs. He had worked on a farm an' he had a pretty good education, for Ashbottom "Yes, he said you were goin' to ruu, an' I wanted to hire him, but you see was afraid 'to risk feedin' a lot of but we couldn't hardly believe it," an- I corn to pigs that stood me five hunone of the neighbors. swered dred dollars in hard money." 'Why not?" "I don't blame you," remarked one "Well, because mighty few men ever of the men, "but how did that make wor-ryiwanted the trouble and bother of you decide you wanted to be trustee?" "with a young teacher an' a lot "I'm of children. Besides there ain't a young comin' to that now. After the man had left an' I'd finished penny in it an' plenty of hard work if feedin' the pigs, I went over to the the man does his duty." The candidate sat down on the school house as I was so close by. frame of the grindstone under the big When I went in the door I reckon I was still thinkin' about the pigs an' elm and quietly crossed his legs. For young man I was afraid to hire. a time he was silent with an odd, bit- the any At rate ter smile on his face. At length he My children I looked over the room. and your children goin' arose and said: "Any one of you men would fight if to school to a mite of a sweet little anybody told you that you really didn't girl of IS. I'd known her nearly all her life an' I was certain this was the love your children, wouldn't you?" men about him nodded their as- first school she'd ever taught. I knew The she's only finished goin' to school hersent and he hurried on. "You do love 'em; I know you do self last year. "For because I love mine, too. But boys, cause a minute I felt like a fool beI knew I'd been afraid to trust there's ever so many ways of lovin' tho feedin' of my hogs to a youngster children an It's only lately that I've seen a new way to love. 'em. My chil- without experience an' yet here were my own children goin' to dren have been goin' to school out at four of to an little girl years school tho little school house for five an' I hardly ever gave 'em a thought. without any experience. "That's I voted for any ol' galloot that wanted learnin' tothe reason I told you I ws love my children a new to be trustee just like you have." way, an' that's the reason I'm goin' to "What made you swap around In take time to be trustee so I nan see your ideas?" asked one of the men. "Feedln' hogs an' keepla' my eyes that my children an your chilflren erst a fair square deal from now on." open." Ash-botto-fine-lookin- Stone Stone 1 & Stone. in Attoney-At-La- w Will practice and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what my left side. Jhe doctor this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : KentucKy was called in, and his treat- - it will do. Ask him. He will recomrelieved me tor a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooza Meildna Co., Ladles Chattanooea. Tenn., for Special Instructions on your case and book. u, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment for Women," seat In plain wrapper. Home J.a : L. H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones Eye Specialist Special attenticn given Diseases of all Domestic Animals Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. Phone 114 G. f Woodson x8& &&&& xxxSg g Lewis $ $ Sub-district- ." Columbia, Ky. Residence Phone-1- B Business Pbo e 13 P Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire and Barbed Wire at 20 per cent, less than Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed Rubber Roofing at less than Market. He is selling a great many articles in these lines at less than wholesale price. Write for prices. All Wheat Ground should be Rolled Before Seeding. Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST BTd'g office. Front rooms in Jeffries up stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky Notice to the Public General Blacksmitnfng Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia attention, to Horse Shoeing. Prices risbt and Mason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c. Quarts 45c. Haif Gallons 70c. International Harvester Company's 8 Disc Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure Spreaders at 25 per cent, off wholesale prices.f I. H. C. Prices. International Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent, less than I. H. C. Prices. Prices good while satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. &.N. Depot1 . PHONEINO.J 75 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky get Rid of Those Poisons in your Colds do not Leave Willingly, DENTAL OZEWICE 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, Because a cold is stubborn is no reaYou will find Dr. King's New ILife son why you should be. Instead of Pills a most satisfactory laxative in "wearing" it out, get sure relief by releasing the poisons from your sys- taking Dr. King's New Discovery. System Dr. James Triplett DENTIST Woodson Lewi GBGEEjSTSBXJIIG, e&x Landowners Attention. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do C. D. yolir Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e years experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or write T.C. Faulkner,? Columbia. Ky. Dangerous bronchial and lung ailOVER PAULL DRUG CO. ments often follow a cold which has Columbia, Ky. been neglected at the beginning. As your body faithfully battles those cold RES PHOSE 2D. OFFICE PHONB B germs, no better aid can be given than the use of this remedy. Its merit has been tested by old and young. Get a 50c. and $1.00. Paull bottle I am prepared to do any kind of Tin Drug Co. Adv. Work, Kobfing, Guttering, &c. I KentucKy Conference. The Russians have repulsed in make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other one day four desperate German thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call The first round of Quarterly Conferat my shop if you need anythinG In my ence for the Columbia District will attacks near Dvinnik. line or repair work in tinorsheefciron. be as follows: Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. Creelsboro charge, Nov. 2, 3 and 4 Do Not Gripe , Columbia Station, Nov. G and 7. We have a pleasant laxative that will S. E. Bridgwaters, do just what you want ib to do. Liberty charge, Nov. 9 and 10. Columbia circuit, Nov: 11 and 12. Edmonton circuit., Nov. 16, 17 and We sell thousands of them and wo 18. Clubbing Offer. VETERINARY SURGEON have never seen a better remedy for tho Albany charge, Nov. 23, 24 and 25. 10 cents. bowels. Sold only by us, All the official members as well as Paull Drug Co. all others will please be present, it is For a short time we make the fol necessary as we want to get to work lowing offer, one of the best we have-eve- r A Scottish Rite Temple has and with God's help make this the given to the readers of the News. year for Kentucky Conference. best been dedicated in Washington, Here is the proposition: O. B. West, jMjjMMyjyJ' " ' jifcM wl Supt.-o- f Columbia District. The Adair County News, which cost $2,000,000. Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, Joel H. Matlock, a prominent The Housewife, Chamberlain's Tablets. Special Attnetin to Eyes Reliable Poultry Journal, Indiana banker and politician, This is a medicine intended espec Spavin or any Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Farm Journal. work done at fair prices. 1 am died at Seymour. ially for stomach troubles, biliousness All the papers for one, except veil fixed to take care of stock. Mon constipation. It Is meeting with . .due when work is done or stock The Grand Lodge of Ken- and the last named and that will be sent removed from stables. much success and rapidly gaining in for five years. tucky met in Louisville last favor and popularity. For sale by UCATWN-NE- A1 El 1UG1ES' IESIBENCE S1.65 takes the entire lot. If you RORKSVILLE 8N STREET. Adv. Paull Drug Co. week. want them, subscribe at once. to-nig- ht to-da- tem. Accumulated waste and poisons cause manifold ailments unless released. Dizziness, spots before the eyes, blackness and a miserable feel-in- g generally are indications that you need Dr. King's New Life Pills. Take a dose and you will experience grateful relief by morning. 25c. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. TIN WORK. f JY. Crenshaw r ., ' snr-sric- al THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. Frank Dulin spent a day or so in Metcalfe county last week. T.R. Stults and Friday. Rollin Brown- ing, of Columbia, were here last Uncle Charlie Yate3 and daughter, Mrs, Robertson, spent one day in Columbia last week. Charlie Morrison was at burg a day or so the first of the week. H. A. Walker and J. B. Coffey, of Columbia, were in our - midst last Thursday. Atty. Campbell, of Dirigo, was looking after business affairs here one day last week. Rheumatism and Allied Pains riiev Jacob Nelson and H. A. Moss, Must Go. of Greensburg, passed through The congestion of the blood in its here one day the first of the flow causes pain. Sloan's Liniment week, en route for Russell coun- peuetrates to the congestion and starts ns ty. Drs. Nell & Simmons have several cases of typhoid fever in the Pickett community. Mrs. Joel Rodgers and Miss Eubank, of Roachville, visited here o day or so of last week. Mrs. Lola Lovett, of Columbia, was the guest of Mrs. C. 0. Moss a few days of last week. W. L. Grady's new stock and hard. Finis Lacey says the mast is almost a failure in the West Fork region. Miss Willia Parrish visited her the blood to flow freely. The body's brother, J. A. Parrish Amanda-villwarmth is renewed; the pain is gone. this week. The "maD or woman who lias rheue, pointment. We hope he will be called again, for we believe they cannot better themselves. Your scribe was at the foot ball game last Saturday. It seems to me like it is a very dangerous game. Willie Bragg, of Price's creek, visited at T. J. Thompson last Sunday. John Moran and a Mr. Davasia, of Columbia, visited at T. J. Ros-solast Sunday. There was-- a large crowd attended the spellings at Firquin, Wilson and Roetown last week. J. A. Rosson was at the .iball game last Saturday. sands. Everybody wan ting lumCOYNE ber should drop everything and COL haul logs to the mill 'as a TALKS OF OWN mill can't stay at a place unless they can get work to do CONDITION. So be up and doing. On October 20th, Ray Baker and Miss Florence Caughron Prominent Louisville Contractor were united in holy bonds of Says He Was Improved matrimony, Judge T. M. Baker by Taniac. officiating. May their joys b many and their troubles little ones. PUBLIC SALE. Before this is in print the election will be a thing of the past but it will long be remembered by some of them. Cheer up as the,-wayo- Louisville, Ky.. JNov. 2. Col. Joseph Coyne, one of the best known general contractors in the South and builder of many miles of streets and roads in and around Louisville, who resides at 438 South Fifth street, this city, has added his words of rechard-surfaced f the transgressor is matism, neuralgia or other pain and When traveling out of Columbia, fails to keep Sloan's Liniment in their refusing a get VV. H. "Wilson's prices before you home is like a drowning man rope." Why suffer? Get abottle of hire a rig. Sloan's. 25c and 50c. 81.00 bottle hold Dingo. Adv. six times as much as 25c. size. 44-tf. J L'aKerton. feed barn is nearing completion. It is one of the largest buiJdings in our city. - J. R. Yates, of the Weed - sec- i a " P tion, passed through here the first of the week- en route for reensburg. than a half crop. Stave hauling seems to be the n Rev. Jo Furkin, a evangelist in the Cumberland go with most of the wagoners in Presbyterian- - church, closed a this part. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Moss, of series of meetings in the Keltner community, last week, with Greensburg, are visiting Mrs. quite a number of profession. Moss' mother, Mrs. Kate WilAt the close of the meeting he liams. organized a membership of his The good people on Crocus church in that community. For creek are building a new road the. time being they will hold E. W. Thomas' to Dr. T. T. Batheir membership in the union ker's, on the left of the creek as church at Mell, with regular ser- you go up. That is a piece of vices each months. work that has been needed for a Dr. L. C. Nell is having hauled long time. K. S. Lester, D. D. S., of - at this time, off his farm quite a number of walnut logs, prepar- Burnside is at our wharf solicitatory for delivering them on the ing teeth. Everybody and their railroad at Greensburg. We un- wives come and have their teeth derstand the doctor has over one repaired. hundred and fifty cut, ready for Melvin Petty is here taking up he market and is not done cut- staves for the boys that have ting yet. been hauling. J. E. Jones and Charley Our farmers are all about done of Burkesville, with the making sorghum, sowing wheat Cumberland Grocery Co,, were and oats. There has been an large crop of wheat sown, here yesterday selling groceries. rand an average crop of oats and H. C. Parrish had a yery fine an average crop of cane made mule to die yesterday with spasup. We take it that in this modic colic. It was a $200 mule. that the corn crop is Mrs. H. C. Parrish and daughmuch better than it was last ter, Miss Stella, visited Mrs, .year. We are glad to note that Kate Williams yesterday. we have been abundantly blessed Mrs. J. T. Patterson and Miss with our productions in everyIda Fletcher were in Bakerton thing in this section this year. shopping, yesterday. well-know- are paving the nicest weather now of any time in the year, but havn't had any frost yet. Fogs on the river keep it off. Everything .green and nice. We are still having green beans and roasting ears. Corn gathering is in progress. Yield is very light. Not more We Our farmers are about through sowing wheat. Sorghum mak ing is over and the next job is the winter's supply of wood. F. A. Strange, candidate for Circuit Court Clerk, was here one day last week. Born, to the wife of J. G. Campbell, on the 12th inst., a daughter. Mose Wooten and W. A. Janes made a business trip to Louisville last week. And while there Mr. Janes bought a nice line of goods for the firm of Janes & Claywell, merchants at this platfe. Mrs. Nona Petty, who went to Louisville last week to undergo ommendation to those of thousands of others. Praising Taniac, he said: "My kidneys have annoyed me for a number of years. I suffered great pain as a result. I also suffered periodically from rheumatism, the condition affecting various parts of my body. I walked with great difficulty and could not use my hands naturally. 1 suffered from a pain in the ball of my foot fully ten years. That pain has disappeared. "My kidneys are greatly improved and my rheumatism has virtually disappeared. I feel vigorous and healthy and attribute the change to the use of Taolac only. The medicine is all right. I recommend and commend it " Taniac, the premier preparation, is now on sale in Columbia at Page & Taylor's drug store. Adv. Public Sale of high class cattle, Tuesday, Nov. 9th, 1915, beginning at 1 p. m., Crawford Bros, will sell at their farm 11 miles North of Lebanon, on the Springfield pike, eight finMteg-istere- d Short Horn bull calves, 7 to 12 months old, 2 whices, 3 reds, and 3 roans They are high class calves and their registery certitlcates go with them free of charge Also about 50 head, consisting of calves, heifers and high grade cows. Some with calves at foot, and the kind you need on the farm. The statistics show that beef cattle have decreased 7 millions and the population has increased 15 millions in the last 10 years in the United States. While the slaughter of beef is greater now all over the world than was ever known before you will make no mistake in breeding good cattle now. On good notes we will make time to suit the purchaser. Crawford Bros. Capt. Sam Campbell,- auctioneer. 52-2D guest of her sister, Mrs. Lela Smith, Monday. Miss Mary E. 7villiams, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. H. A. Moss, of Greensburg, for the past month, returned home Saturday. Mrs. Lyda Parmley and sister, Miss Lois Dillon, spent Saturday night and Sunday daville. with their aunt, Mrs. Ed Morgan, Aman- - -- . cousin, Mrs. HAda near Gradyville 'week. Duttle Mrs. H. A. Moss and little son, last Saturday Lecil Bernard, cf Greensburg, McCaffree, spent last week with her moth- an operation, declined the idea after reaching the city and so re- turned home. She was accompanied to the city by her husband, Melvin Petty, and her brother, H. M. Campbell. Mc-Ge- e, There has 'been several bean shellings in this section lately. J. G. Campbell and Ernest Stotts, who have been in Rigs-to111., for sometime, returned home last week. William Hobson, Campbells-villwas here one day last week looking after his timber interests. n, e, un-tusu- al com-muni- ty Hadis Harvey sold two nice ycung heifers last week for fifty A little son of Mr. Mont Condollars. over was thrown from a wagon, J. E. Clay welll bought of Brax- one day last week, and at first ton Massie a nice bunch of hogs it was thought he was killed, but he revived, He was seria seven cents. ' ously hurt. ' Hayse was dangerous- er, Mrs. Kate Williams, this ly sick with pneumonia last place. Rev. Scott filled his regular week, but is some better now. appointment at Salem Sunday. Ruel Bryant is able to be out, Miss Mary E. Williams and after haying been confined several weeks with a crippled foot. Mrs. H. A. Moss were shopping in Burkesville, Tuesday. Bud Parson and family, of CoH. A. Moss, of Greensburg, lumbia, were guests of Meldrom was in our town last Saturday. Scholl and wife last Sunday. S. T. Irvin and wife were the Lawrence Montgomery and gue3t of Jake Radford and famfamily, W. G. Roy and wife, ily Sunday. and J. W. Morris and wife visThe Str. Nixon was at the ited at the home of Jake Gab-bewharf here Sunday. We have last Sunday. had boats every month now since H. J. Conover, wife and baby, last October, something that was Kent Bryant and wife, Walker, never known to happen before. Maggie and Bertha Maupen were guest of Arvin Conover and They overhauled the bridge across Renox creek, between wife last Sunday, here and Burkesville, last week, Mrs. Ada Taylor and daughter, which we hope to be as good as Miss Jessie, visited relatives new now. here recently. Miss Myrtie Sharp, of AmanEld. Lloyd, of Russell Co., daville, was the guest of Miss preached three interesting ser- Hytie Young Saturday night mons at Shiloh recently. and Sunday. Mrs. Vic Richard and daughter, Mrs. Kate Williams entertained Miss Love, were guests at the to twelve o'clock dinner, Thurshome of James Combest last day. Those present were: Sunday. Ed Thomas, John Patterrt Mes-dam- e3 n son, Vic Baker, H. A. Moss; Misses Maude Cole and Ida Fletcher and Master Bernard Moss? Notice. To the farmers of Green and adjoining Counties: The Greensburg Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co , will open for the receipt of tobacco on Monday, Nov. 1, 1915, and have an opening sale on or about Nov. 15th. Any one wishing to bring tobacco after the date Nov. 1, will find some one there ready to help him unload and weigh his tobacco and take charge of it. Farmers will save time by gradte their tobacco at home and by classifying it and keeping each class separate, not so much time will be required in. unloading and grading. Don't fail to bring your Tobacco to us in good order. We are going to have a strong force of buyers and the management will see that each and every farmer gets a square deal. A. W. Howard, Manager. E. G. Dobsonr Secretary. 52-- 2t keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. 'I also keep letallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or Kesidence Phone 29, office day. 45-- 1 I Bakerton. We have been having some ad- Tihone 98. pretty weather for the past week J. F. Trlptett, and the farmers are taking Columbia, K y. by gathering OzarR. m fc yr Rugby. T.'-J- Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Morrison Ad. were here shopping today. . v vantage of it corn. their Miss Lois Dillon is laid up with still stays in a critical condition. a very sore throat. Had to quit Sorghum making and wheat her school for a few days. .sowing is over here. Mr. Cardwell, with Vogel Bro. Bro. Pardue, of Bridgeport, of Louisville, was here yesterday .preached an interesting sermon selling shoes. there last Sunday. His family Thomas & Parrish have their were with him this time. His saw mill ready to run and will time will be up at his next ap soon be cutting lumber by thou Rosson Mr. Reed, who is traveling for Sowing wheat is the principle a tobacco house in New York, was calling on our merchants, occupation at present. , Ruby, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bryant, who has been quite sick, is some better. She has St Vitus dance. . Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Montgom ery attended the burial of their Tuesday. Mrs. H. CParrish and daughter, Miss Stella, were .shopping in Burkesville Tuesday. Mrs. R. T. Baker and little 'son 0f Amandaville, were the