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NUMBER COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4 Thanksgiving. has been set apart by the President of the United States and the Governors of the various States as a day of Thanksgiving and prayer for continued blessings. There are many things for which we should be thankful. Aside from health and plenty upon which to subsist, we should be thankful that the United States has a President who has kept this country out of war, while in Europe men are being slain by the million for no just cause. The craving for a little strip of country by ambitious rulers brings on a war of conquest, and when the drum taps men who have but a small conception of the contention, enters the war to be slain upon fields of battle, leaving their wives and children to fight life's battle in a cold and unfriendly world. We should pray for peace in Europe, and thank God that the United States has no part but peaceful admonitions to play in the greatest of struggles that has been in progress for more than fifteen months. Tranquility lias much to do in bringing about happiness, and our prayer to a beuificent God is, that war in Eu rope cease, and that happiness will again reign in the homes of that now torn to pieces country. to-morr- Hardest Foot Bail Game of Day after The meeting at the Presbyterian The girl team of the Lindsey-Wilso- n went to Jamestown last Saturday church closed last Wednesday night. The last and what promises to be Evangelist Conor Brown, of Louis- and was defeated by the girl team of the hardest game of foot ball this ville, who was doing the preaching, the Graded School, that place, the season will be played next Thursday, delivering able sermons, was called score being 7 to 4. Quite a number when Lindsey- - Wilson lines up against home Wednesday on account of illness witnessed the contest, and it was the Kentucky School for the Deaf. in his family. Wednesday evening, lively from the start. Prof. Chandler This school is especially strong in the pastor, Rev. Chapin, made a short and Miss Katie Murrell, teachers, acfoot bail, having one man that played talk, and he was followed by Mr. W. companied the girls to and from three years on the team of the Uni- J. Yaughan, or LouisaKy., who is Jamestown. versity of Pennsylvania. These boys a Field Sunday School worler. The High School team, of this place, seem to be altogether oblivious of During the meeting there were three journeyed to Monticello last Friday danger and possess far more daring additions to the Presbyterian Church and on Saturday night they played that the ordinary individual. and the congregation greatly revived. the fast team of the Monticello High The Lindsey boys have not been deSchool. It was an exciting contest feated this year and will battle hard Do not fail to be on the Lindsey-Wilso- n and highly enjoyable by the many to hold their record. They have campus Thursday afternoon-Thanksgiv- ing, spectators The score stood 28 to 20 played three Class A High School and witness a 'great in favor of Monticello. Monticello and teams, making 162 points to their op- game of foot ball. the High School here will meet in a ponents 7 This is the first team put basket ball contest at the High School out by Columbia and she has shown Gym next Thursday night. Turn out, Funeral at Mt. Pleasant. that her schools can enter the foot everybody. ball field with success as well as the We will offer for sale to the highest other .sport. The game will be called The funeral over the remains of J. r Sea-- t Meeting Closes. Basket Ball. Horse Drowned. Lucian Bell, who is employed by the Cumberland Grocery Company, this place, met with a serious and frightful accident last Thursday night. He was returning home from the Breeding section, driving a livery horse from W. H. Wilson's stable. When he reached Pettitsfork he found the stream very full, but he concluded he could cross, but he soon found that he was rapidly being washed downstream. He managed, so he says, to catch on to the foot bridge and save himself, but the horse was drowned and the buggy ruined Neither the horse nor the buggy were found until next day. The horse was valued at $125. Harry Lazarus will be in Columbia next Saturday. He wants 100 mules from 12 16 hands high, from 3 to 9 years olrf, in good flesh. Bring them son. i at 2:30 p. m. Admission 25c. Make Thanksgiving complete by seeing the foot ball game. 2:30 Admission 25c. Boots Owens Dead. offer for sale to the highest Monday, Dec 6th, (county court bidder, day,( four No. I Corn King manure spreaders. We will 4-2t Reed Hardware Co. While inampbellsville, last Sunday week, the writer had the pleasure of hearing Rev. J. S. Chandler in the forenoon at the Methodist church and Rev Link, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, at the evening services. The day was rainy and disagreeable hence small congregations were out. .Rev. Chandler, who is known to all Columbia, preached in his usual forceful manner, and from expressions we heard while in Campbellsville, his flock and the people generally are delighted with him and his two daughters, Misses Maggie and Mary. Rev. Link's acquaintance here is limited, but we could tell from his discourse that the members of his church could not help being in love with his teachings, and our conclusion was that we had heard administer of great influence. Wood for Sale. have 300 ricks of eighteen inch wood, on my yard, lor sale at 60 cents per rick. 1 will deliveriat81'.25$ef EArMcKinleyj-rick. I t. , ... ,JS1 fn " Announcement. The Story Telling Committee of the "Twentieth Century Self Culture Club" will meet the children in the Methodist Church annex Saturday gow. afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mesdames Mr. John Eubank, who died in this "Woodruff Flowers. Ray Montgomery, place one year ago, was in the Mexican and Miss Victoria Hughes have been war, and was with Dr. Owens and added to the committee, and every Boots while the contest was on. Mr. effort is being made to make this an Eubank was eighty-fiv- e years old aud enjoyable, as well as profitable hour he stated to the writer a short time for the boys and girls. All children before he died, that Boots and himcordially invited. self were about the same age, if any Jennye McFarland, Secy. difference Boots a few weeks the youngest. Eubank and Boots grew Come to Columbia Thursday and up in this town together, hence the witness the closing game of foot ball. darkey reported to be 112 years old The contesting teams will be the Deaf could not have been more than 86. and Dumb boys of Danville against The story Boots captured Santa that Lindsey-WilsoNeither one of the Anna's wooden leg, is a "falderal." teams has been defeated this season, and it will be a battle royal for the Bargains. championship. n. A dispatch from Glasgow dated Nov. 20th, states that George Barbour, of color,, died here yesterday at the age of 112 years, and that he was a soldier in both the Mexican and Civil wars. Here are the facts about the deceased: In the first place, his name REPORT OFTHE CONDITION was not Barbour, but George Owens, OF THE and his nick name was "Boots' Owens. He was born and reared in Columbia and was the property of Dr. Hector Owens until he was 21 years old. By BANK OF COLUMBIA a law procedure he became free when Doing Business at Town of Colum' he reached his majority. Whenourtrouble with Mexico came, bia, County of Adaik, State of in 1846-7- , Dr. Owens entered the Kentucky, United States service, as a surgeon, At Close of Business on the the going to the front, taking Boots with IOtIi Day of Nny. 1915. him, as his servant. Boots was not sworn in as a soldier in that conflict. RESOURCES. 1S6 039 05 When the war closed he returned to Loans and Discounts 1 163 40 Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured Columbia and remained here until Stock. Bonds and other Securities 1862 when he left under the following Due from Banks f 34 793 22 circumstances: 10 877 65 Cash on hand At that time Dr. B. F. Wheat, who Checks and other cash 423 14 items was a druggist in Columbia, was beBanking house. Furniture and ing visited by his brother-in-lafixtures 2000 00 Billie Gum, who lived at Greensburg. 233 32346 Total JBoots ana brum, the latter being a. LIABILITIES. boy, had some trouble, and Col. Ed Butler went to Gum's- - rescue, Boots Capital stock paid in, in cash $30 000 0O threw a rock at Butler, hitting him Surplus. Fund '.....v i '.t. $35 000 00 upon the head, cutting a severe gash. Undivided Profits, lesi ex J 3 818 68 At this juncture a crowd of men got' penses and taxes paidu - i, after the darkey, and Dr. Wheat shot Deposits subject to checkings 140 23 165 14023 Due Banks and Trust Companies him, the ball passing through his Reserve for taxes 1363 55 body, every body believing that the i I XOTAI. 235 323 46 ,, wound would prove fatal. Boots was picked up and carried to the court- STATK.OP.KENTUCKY,)Qww" UOUNTY OP ADAIR, J house yard, and, when night came he We W- - W. Jones and Jno, "W. Flowers, Tresf- -' was removed by some darkies, and he dent and Cashier of the above named Bank,tio solemnly swear tho above statement i9 was never again seen in this place. true to the beet ofthat knowledge and our belief. The next heard of him, he had joined W. W. Jones. President."" Jno. W- - Flowers. Cashier an Ohio colored regiment and the comSubscribed and sworn to before me this 20th mand had been sent South- - He remained in the service until the war day of November, 1915. Job S. Knifley. N P. A. C closed, and then turned up at Glasj-- VanHoy, whose body was found floating in the Ohio river, near First street, mention of which was made In last week's News, was preached by Eld. Z. T. Williams at Mt Pleasant, last Wednesday morning. A large circle of relatives and. friends was present. Mr. S. S. VanHoy, Jr., brother of the deceased, wholivos inShelby-vilistated at the funeral that he would go to Louisville and institute an investigation. It is not known at this writing whether, the deceased suicided or met with foul play. C. e, to town. The Kukiux bidder, Monday, Dec. 6th, (county court day,) four No. I Corn King manure Cases. spreaders. t. Reed Hardware Co. Miss Catherine Nell, who had the misfortuue, several weeks ago, to get one of her ankles sprained, is yet confined to her room. Please remember the Ladies exchange at Eubank & Russell's Millinery store the day before Thankskgiving. Everything suitable for dinner the next day. We ask our friends to give us a call. REPORT OF TflB CONDITION OF NO. 6769. Last week, in the Russell circuit court, Scott Sullivan and Silas Sullivan, brothers, were tried upon a charge of confederating with other parties for the purpose of intimidating, etc. Scott was convicted and given one year in the penitentiary and Silas was acquitted. Both men were, tried before Casey and Adair county juries. The circumstances leading up to the trial is known to our readers eight or ten men confederating together for the purpose of making an officer of the county give up whisky that ha had taken from a bootlegger. Public Sale. THE On Tuesday, the 30th of this month AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE we will sell to the highest bidder at OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE the late residence of Mrs. Fatra Thomas, near Milltown, the following OP BUSINESS NOV. 10Tn, 1915. propertj: RESOURCES. Loans and discounts (except those SI 17 700 70 shown on b) 117 760 70 Total Loans U. S.Bonds deposited to secure 325 000 00 circulation (par value) 25 000 Total U. S. Bonds Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to Secure Postal Saving's deposits Securities other than U, S. bonds (not including: stocks) owned S17 6S5 34 unpledged 1" 685 34 Total bonds, securities etc. i Subscription to Stock of Federal 3 000 SeserreBank 1 500 00 . 1'500 unpaid 'All, other stocks, including . .premium on same.- - . .Banking house, furniture, and ............. uxxures.. . . 2000 00 2T34& Due from Federal Reserve Bank Due from approved reserve,.. mgenta in New York; Chicago , , 3 14539 i and St. Louis. Due- from Approved. Reserve Agents in" other ' Reserve' "iCities fl4 531 22 14 676 61 Due 'from Banks- and Bankers 4 002 14 other than included inlO or II Checks on banks in the same city 933 53 or town as reporting bank. . . Outside Checks and other cash . items Fractional currency, nickels 356 61 356 61 and cents Notes ot other National Banks 555 00 40 00 Federal reserve notes 7830 00 Total coin and certificates.... Legal-tendnotes 1000 00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more than 5 per cent, on circulation) and 1250 00 due from U. S. Treasurer.... -Less-amou-$ FIRST NATIONAL BANK 5 head of horses and mules; fi head of common calves; 30 head of hogs and pigs Farming implements of all kinds. Household and kitchen furniture. A lot of corn and hay 300 acres of land will be sold privately. Terms of sale, made known on day of sale. C. A. & J. A. Thomas, Admrs. v Take an hour off nextThursday and vs-K- ?'' .- see a foot ball game. The players of one team are deaf mutes. Lindsey-Wilso- n . S..D , 2:30 p. m, admis25c sion Mr. A H. Ballard State'Inspector . . of roads for Russell, jcounty, was,-ih this office Monday and statedithat the work on the" Jamestown: .and" Russell Springs road, was progressing nicely. There has heen graded 2,800 feet and the stone is being placed on itjfwhloh will be completed under favorable weather, by Dec. 1st. Mr. Ballard stated that the people areTiigly elated over the building of the road and that no one can be found willing to throw obstructions in the way. He believes that this road, when completed, will be an object lesson to this part of the State and mark the beginning of a great era in road building. "We also believe as he does and welcome the day when it will begin. -- .' -- , . e .'ml -- . ' . ..,..,..!. - - -- Commission Expires, Feb. 19, 1916. Back onihe Job. er My shoe shop is at McLean Bros. store, St. Call if you want nice work. JFred McLean. le Mules, Mules. Total 197 374 87 LIABILITIES. I will be in Colombia Saturday, Nov. 25 000 00 Capital stock paid in a Field Sunday School worker, went Surphfsfund to boy 100 males, 25 000 00 27th, and 1 want over a large portion of Columbia last Undivided profits, 2 04: 43 from 12 to 16 hands high, from. 3 to 9 Less current expenses, inWednesday. He was profuse in his terest and taxes paid compliments saying that it was one Circulating Notes outstanding 324 04 1718 39 years old. They must be in good flesh. yii 700 00 If yoa want to sell bring them to Coof the best towns he visited. "I was Due to Banks and Bankers other than 976 74 lumbia, as I am coming to bay. astonished,1' said he, "in seeing so included in 28 or 29 many imposing business -- houses and Individual deposits subject to Harry Lazaras. .? 119 979 74 cheek J handsome xesldences We have not Total deposits, 7:,.... I. fil 6.7 Items A. " '' a got such bulldlng3 in the town of Lou .Trmno will snnnlv vnn Mr. W. J. Yaughan, of Louisa, Ky., 9,7 " flican with li WiacEH). allot t)f 'good Irish G. pota-- 4 isa." JTorithe. riest, 4-l- hats at a great reduced price. COUNTY OP ADAIR J li Stults & Co. Lyon Company, t. The Buchanan I. . H. Htfches. Cashier, of the above One 15 H. P. .Fairbanks Oil Engine' do that the above Campbellsville, will have a buggy Has been run only 1 year. Will ex- named bank1, truesolemnlyawear my knowledge to the best of Sam Burdette's sale, Maiion change for a 40 H. P. steamboller and statement is on Saturday the 27th. At demonstation and belief. E. H. Hughes, Cashier. county, thirty-tw- o mules were sold at 20 H. P. Engine. . Write or phone, Adair county friends are Invited. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th fram S110 to $196 per head. day ot Nov., 1915. Mitchell & Hatcher Milling Co. Mae Stults If you want boards call on Casey Camp Knox, Ky. Jones. want a lot of big heavy utiles for My Commission expires at ending of 1916 Lee islature. amy. If yoa want to sell bring Mr. J. L, Wilson, the the n Thanksgiving, union services will be them to Celumbia next Saturday, the druggist, of Greensburg, has about Oobbkct Attest: N. Miller, Henry held at the Baptist church and the completed his large, teree-s-tor- y Marry Lazarus. brick J. P Beard Director. sermon will be preached by Eev. S. G. 27th. Braxton Hassle. Director. business bouse and will remove his Shelly, of the Methodist Church. An stock of goods into it this nwnth. It Mr. John Combest, familiarly called offering will be taken for the orphans building and adds much The last opportunity to see a foot home and divided among the differ- "Jack," one of Russell county's oldest is a splendid to the public square of Greensburg. ball this season, will be next Thursday. citizens, died last week. ent churches. I 4-well-know- toes, T. JRasner. tehdaysv wetfwill . sell Tetal.TT. '.1 ) , For'Sale or Exchange. Stats of Kentucky, ed by Governor McCreary as. a delegate to the annual convention of the Cumberland Kiver Improvement Association which convened at Nashville on the 23 inst. It was not convenient for the doctor to be present. Dr. W. F. Cartwrlght was appoint- Have 75,000 on hand. Notary Public For Sale. On December 11, 1 offer for sale at Bunk GilL's farm one half mile Irom Mt, Pleasant, my household and kitchen furniture. Some farming tooVand Calvin Hutcherson. feed. 4--2t. w ". A THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . Mrs. T. Freeh, R. R. 1, Hickory Point, Term., writes: "I am happy to teli you that I am cured of catarrh. Having been afflicted with catarrh and stomach trouble for seven years, and after having tried four different doctors, who only relieved me for a little while, I gave up all hope of being cured. I was induced to try Peruna, and to my great surprise I am now entirely well. My health never was better." People who use Peruna Do not jerk the reins, and do not whip me when going up hill. Never strike, beat, or kick ma when I do not understand what you want, but give me a chance Watch me, and if I fail to do your bidding, see if something is not wrong with my harness or feet. Examine my teeth when I do not eat. I may have an ulcerated tooth, and that, you know, is very painful. Do not tie my head in an un natural position, or take away my best defense against flies and mosquitoes by cutting off my tail, or limit my range of vision by blinders so that I am frightened by what I cannot see. to understand you. FOR INDIGESTION Mrs. "W. H. "Whitehead, R. R. 1, Pryor, Oklahoma, writes: "I am happy to tell you that I keep free from my old stomach trouble; feel no catarrhal symptoms at all. I am able to do my work, eat and drink what I want, and rejoice to know that I found a sure cure in your valuable medicine. I think it saved my life. By beginning in time with Peruna I was cured sound and well." r I j The Peruna Company, Columbus. Ohio. Those who object to liquid medicines can now procure Peruna in tablet form. Are Strong and Happy "No- !-I Said Calumet! l der we are doing the very best we can for those of our own Just a little story of the war. household, for these things all A number of men of different come back with tenfold interest. nationalities were shut up in a The kindly deed we do narrow prison, awaiting, they bears fruit after its kind on the knew not what, save that four morrow. speak a good word, Comfort a Friend. to-da- y Sid "I vculJ kXJ I know what it without lr: tOQ mean to go home want what I z'J i.x ' cr of the company had been condemned to be shot. And all seemed to be trying to make life .as bearable as they could for one another. The man who writes the story says that one of the prisoners, a poor chap battered .and altogether the worse for wear, seemed particularly big of soul. Far on in the night when the writer was trying hard to get n to sleep, he felt this little man creeping toward him through the dark. Feeling up under his blanket, he untied first xme of the fellow prisoner's shoes .and then the other. war-wor- c,-n- nw en A i soon when we are tired we shall hear somebody crooning his song and whispering his words of encouragement in our own ears. But this service must be wholehearted and without thought of reward. Seeking favors through favors rendered is the surest way You will not consider me irin the world to see the gold turn to brass, the diamond crumble to reverent if I ask this in the Unselfishness unlocks name of Him who was born in ashes. the door to life's purest joys a stable. Amen. There is no other key. By Ed- And finally, 0 my master, when my youthful strength is gone, do not turn me out to starve or freeze, or sell me to some cruel owner to be slowly tortured and starved to death; but do thou, my master, take my life in the kindest way, and your God will reward you here and hereafter. KS rSfjy . rafi ". Mother v:o"'t tsl.o of LJ." sha'.. chances sum of iiht, f Cdumct fOCl wholesome, tasty bnk-- i"Vv it. rr rVl QCl ings fcro of positive, uni- - & results of pu: 7 CJjrV never work out of this tyranny into real freedom until it is utterly destroyed; but dawn is at hand; light is breaking old creeds and dogmas are giving way to the light of truth "As a man think-et- h in his heart so i3 he." We free ourselves from the evil of fear in proportion as we recognize the rights of life in man, beast and bird. As we give to others the right to think, act, live and love, so do we give freedom to ourselves. On the other hand, fear tends to bring about the evil we anticipate, like Job of old who Baid, "the evil that I feared has come to pas3." We must think, act and live the good. If we give out thoughts of kindness, generosity and good will, these will all come back to bless us and free U3. Colds do not Leave Willingly, f fear. We will PyJ DCr Baking Powder g p04 fiQn 053i DOi back to it. Calu- - hQfl met is .he world's Qfija isQd best Baking Pow- WOm lay aside your QeQ favorite brand once PvCf and you'll never go P0Q fcrSrt ts ,nosr" fi?5 ate in price." er jfy vf K3(l P2 VS?i UOQ Received Highest Awards iUio Cul EmI Slip FrtiStt Car.. it Pcund G3 QC2& P2jQ jJLg for UCl gar L. Vincent. Distress in the Stomach. There are many people who have a distress in the stomach after meals It is due to indigestion and easily remedied by taking one of Chamberlain's Tablets after meals. Mrs. Hen- How to Prevent Croup. Because a cold is stubborn is no reason why you should be. Instead of "wearing" it out, get sure relief by taking Dr. King's New Discovery. Dangerous bronchial and lung ailments often follow a cold which has been neglected at the beginning. As your body faithfully battles those cold germs, no better aid can be given than the use of this remedy. Its merit has been tested by old and young. Get a 50c. and $1.00. Paull bottle Adv. Drug Co. to-da- y. 'That will rest your feet a bit," he said. Then he pulled off his coat, rolled it up, and pil-lowless placed it under the head of his ry Padghan, Victor, N". Y., writes: iellow and himself lay down and sore of body but big "For some time I was troubled with ache and distress in my .stomach after of heart, Comforting a tired friend: why do we not think of that oftener. This old world of ours has many a hard place. Prisoners, all of lis, at one time or another, shut oip away from home and longing for deliverance. Who cares? 'Who loosens the latchet of cur shoes and bares his back to make 41s a pillow? Who says a word by way of comfort when we are down and out? Who slips across the field when the clouds begin to gather and helps us get in the Jast load of hay or put the last ibundle of wheat under roof, safe out of the storm? But now why should we expect the neighbor to do this if eating, also with constipation. About six months ago I began taking Chamberlain's Tablets. They regulated the action of my bowels and the headache and other annoyances ceased in a short time." For sale by Paull Drug Co. be a surprise to you to learn that in many cases croup can be prevented. Mrs. H. M. Johns, Elida, O , relates her experience as follows: "My little boy is subject to croup. During the past winter I kept a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy in the 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. It may iKflfet Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not save you money. Calnmetdoes it'sPure and far superior to sour milk and soda. I Fletcher Henstep was interviewed by the editor of the Tick-vill- e Tidings, wile in town the other day, and Fletcher is anxious to get this week's issue so that he can see what the editor says. a -- One Farm That Was Made to Pay. Adv The Prayer of a Horse. To thee, my master, my prayer: I offer Feed me, water and care for me, and when my day's work is done provide me with shelter, a clean dry bed and a stall wide enough for me to lie down in comfort. Talk to me. Your voice often means as much to me as the reins. I Pet me sometimes, that I may we ourselves forget these kindly serve you the more gladly and this financial revolution were as 'ministries? We do not think of learn to love you. follows: it. How, then, can we wonder (1) Four-hors- e machinery was others are unmindful of us? COLUMBIA PEOPLE PRAISE substituted for ''But," do you say, "we are so SIMPLE MIXTURE dbusy looking A significant instance of what proper methods of farm management can accomplish is afforded by a certain farm in central Michigan. For 10 years this farm failed to pay interest on the capital invested. One year after the owners had been induced to make certain arrangement they would get $9 radical changes the farm paid they yielded. all the expenses of operation A Pine Whooping Cough Remedy. and returned them 5 per cent Mothers, Dr. Bell's on an investment of $60,000. is just the remedy for your children's The changes which accomplished cold ailments.' The fact is that pine 500-acr- e Pine-Tar-Honey OF The expenses of operBOURBON POULTRY CURE ating the farm, but not the inIn the drinking water Makes Hens Lay Amazingly terest on the capital, were deCures Roup, Colds, Cholera, Llmberneck Prevents Sickducted from the income before ness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons o medicine. At mall postpaid. Yaln-the foreman received his perable poultry book free. 8QURB0M REMEDY CO. Lextagtan, Xj. centage. It was this last suggestion Kentucky Conference. which met with the most opposition from the owners of the The first round of Quarterly Conferfarm, but when it was pointed ence for the Columbia District will out to them that for every dollar be as follows: the foreman got under such an Albany charge, Nov. 23, 24 and 25. FEW -' DROPS farm. drag-elstsor- ! All the official members as well as all others will please be present, it is necessary as we want to get to work and with God's help make this the best year for Kentucky Conference. O. B. West, Supt. of Columbia District. terests that we have Many in Columbia praise the simple no time to mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc , known as Adler-i-kThis rem give to others. Doesn't the Good edy is the most THOROUGH bowel Book say the man who does not cleanser ever sold being even used successfully in appendicitis. ONE SPOON look after his wife and dear ones FDL relieves almost ANY CASE of stock. gassy (3) A silo was built. is an infidel and worse than an constipation, sour or you stomach. ONE MINUTE after take ib the (4) The foreman, was allowed, infidel?" So easy to say this; gasses rumble and pass out. Adler-i-k- a cannot gripe and the INSTANT .and yet if we only knew it, when action is surprising. The Paull Drug in addition to his salary, 10 per a. after our own in- is a quick enemy of cold conditions. Its qualities loosens the mucous in the Clubbing Offer. throat, soothe the lungs and open up the air passages. The combination of For a short time we make a the .fol. honey, soothing and pleasanVwith the loosening pine quality makes' this lowing offer, one of the best we" have-evgiven to the readers of the TZem. (2) The unprofitable cows in an ideal cough remedy for children. Each passing year brings for it, new Here is the proposition: the dairy herd were weeded out friends. A family of growing children The Adair County News, and sold and the money received cannot afford to be without it. 25c. a Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, The Housewife, Adv. for them invested in better bottle. Paull Drug Co. Reliable Poultry Journal, er Why Po We Fear. we care for the friend over yon Co. There is no slavery equal to for five years. that which is forced upon the $1.65 takes the entire lot. -Ifjyou subscribe at once. Adv. cent of the net income from the minds of men, through the evil want them Farm Journal. All the papers for one, " except the last named and that will be ' sent THE ADAIR COUNT? NEWS 3 EVERYTHING IN jf-rfji,. ' GREAT WORK OF KENTUCKY'S -- ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized FISH AND GAME COMMISSION COVERS AND STREAMS OF STATE BEING RESTOCKED WITH THE HOPE OF ONCE AGAIN MAKING KENTUCKY A SPORTSMAN'S PA ADISE fall, and in the spring of 1915 some reports were had of these birds. This, fall we hope to get a report from that go afield that will give ux definite information the-hunte- rs but that indigestion and the distressed, feeling which always goes with it can. be promptly relieved by taking a before and after each meal. 25c a box, There Is No Question and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. : EXECUTIVE AGENT WARD A BUSY MAN Paull Drug Co. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. CO. Jncornorafed Eaat Matkel Clubs Are Being Organized In the Different Counties to Promote Interest and With the Commission Co-Oper- ate 112-11- 6 treeif Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. Birdseve view 'of our Plant When Daniel Boone and his sturdy pioneers came to Kentucky by the Wilderness road they found a land fertile beyond their wildest hopes, abounding with game and fish, upon which they were dependent for food and clothing. In reaching Kentucky, Boone and his followers found that the Indian tribes to the north, south and west had preceded them. To Kentucky the Indians made annual pilgrimage to kill their winter supply of game, which was found in great abundance and of splendid quality. At that time there was game In plenty for all, but the Indians looked with disfavor upon the presence of the white man, realizing that it meant the destruction of their favorite hunting grounds should they be left to occupy the land, so they stubbornly resisted by every possible means, the advancement x)f the foreign hunter. The Indian did not kill to excess and was determined that his happy hunting ground should not be destroyed. Their stubborn resistance made the name and early history of "Kaintuckee" typical of its Indian name, "Dark and Bloody Ground." V. 1 J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated "Largest in. Dixie" Louisville, Kentucky. WNOT JFT Windows, The Water We Drink Unless the drinking water is known to be pure, it-- should be purified. Water from wells and streams should be suspected, and spring water if the springs do not come from deep and When a fountains. family has used a water supply for a long time with no ill ef fects, it may be accepted as safe, unless disease has broken out or new conditions have arisen; but whenever recourse is had to a new supply or an old one which has not been used for a time, the water should be tested; and if not tested; it should be purified. will make it safe; but, as is suggested by Doctor Magoon, of Washington, there Boiling A T TT Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog practically no expense which anyone will feel. The only objection to it is that if used in too great quantities it gives the water a disagreeable taste and smell. It can be used without this, however, in quantities which will kill the disease germs if any are present in the water. Dissolve a teaspoonful of the chloride of lime in ten quarts of water, and use the solution in purifying the drinking water for the family or the stock. This teaspoonful will treat successfully a thousand gallons of water. chloride can and keep it closed until it is necessary to take out another teaspoonful. Prepare a fresh quart of the solution each time, as it loses strength by standing. It wiJl pay to ube this wonderful water purifier for the drinkClose the uncon-taminat- ed it are other methods besides. Chloride of lime can be bought at any grocery store or drug store in ten-cecans for so ing water for live stock if there (Concluded on page 7.) small a sum that its use involves nt tisasSk Sick headache, biliousness, piles and bad breath are usually caused by inactive bowels. Get a box of Itexall Orderlies. They act gently and effectively. Sold only by us at 10 cents. win relieve your indigestion. Many people in this town have used them and we have yet to hear of a case where they have failed. We know the formula. Soldonlyby Paull Drug Co. "teg The pioneer, like the Indian, took only of this supply for food and raiment, but with civilization grew the sport of hunting for pleasure, and so wantonly was game destroyed by this class of citizens that thoughtful and representative men soon realized that if game was to be conserved for future generations, it was necessary to enact iaws protecting them during the breed-inseason. The first game laws in Kentucky, of which there is any record, were passed in 1822, and were for the protection of fish. In fact, most of the early laws were measures for fish protection. At that time all laws in the state upon this subject were local or county laws and remained so until the adoption of the present Constitution. Since that time all laws enacted upon this subject have been state measures, applying alike to each county in the state. To the county authorities were charged the enforcement of measures of this character. To the average citizen there was Tittle necessity for the enforcement of these measures; in fact, there was so little public sentiment for the enforcement of these laws that they were openly violated without fear of prosecution. To those who gave the subject thought, it was apparent that it was necessary to create a new law and en trusting to and charging others and specially named officers with their enforcement. A bill was introduced in the 1910 session of the Legislature providing for the creation of a Game and Fish Commission, but was defeated. A similar measure, possibly wider in scope, was introduced in 1912 and enacted into law, which became effective in 1912. This law is found in its entirety in Chapter 35, Acts 1912. To this Commission and its agents are entrusted the enforcement of the law and the restocking of fields and streams with game and fish. Authority was given to the Commission to ap point wardens throughout the state to enforce the law. Chapter 35, Acts 1912, made no changes in the then existing game laws, except that it provided that all hunters when hunting off their own land or that immediately adjoining their own, with the permission of the owner, should first secure a hunting license, for which they were to pay the County Court Clerk $1. The clerks were allowed to retain 15 cents for each license, directing that the remainder be sent to the Treasurer of the State, to be placed to the credit of the Game and Fish Protection Fund. The law provided that five thousand ($5,000) dollars should be appropriated for the maintenance of the department during its first year. This sum, however, to he in the nature of a loan, and directed that the Commission should return this sum or as much thereof as used to the Treasurer from the first moneys collected from the sale of -- g funds for the maintenance of the department, and it is specially provided that the state can not give any further financial assistance, and the State Treasurer is directed not to honor any warrants drawn by the Game and Fish Commission unless the money is in the State Treasury to the credit of the Game and Fish Protection Fund. All of this fund must be derived from the sale of hunting license. During the year 1912 a call for volunteer wardens was made, the Commission agreeing, should their funds be sufficient during the next year, to compensate as many of the wardens ii'SMr&tm&- ? ilk. fci,iZ as possible, the selections for paid representatives to be made upon the merit system and without regard to political affiliations. The Commission is grateijL ful to the volunteer wardens for their .&(, ' && r 5$ services and is earnestly laboring to develop a paid, competent warden serv- A little mouth black bass- ice as rapidly as their funds will permit. The Commission is not now able nor will it be for some time to have a paid warden service in each county of the state, but even if this were possible, they could not accomplish the ends that they so earnestly desire until they have the and support of interested parties and representative citizens, and by this assistance and is meant, not only their assistance in securing the arrest and conviction of all violators, but by giving out the information in order that the general public might thoroughly know the reasons and necessity for the strict observance of the laws. . m-'-s fr-V- ?, wmm five-poun- -- d THE v. it The resident hunting license law is W .owx '?'xr.A&jj?xnr.. ??' .r-- ' '.w ' not a new departure and prevails in every state in the Union, except Maine, ""'' Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, North kw". ' '4JP' 7? "' Carolina and Mississippi. Every state in the Union now rea- .5-squires that have a hunt,KMKMW'yVMH ing license, except Arkansas, and there Distributing the small fry (pike perch' a is not permitted to hunt in Rolling Fork by owners of tor-except upon his own land. All of the along the stream. This is one of t.iss State Game and Fish Commissions gamest of the perch family. throughout the United States and Canada are maintained and operated by Vaic:i Your Children , C cLJ 'n : do not I: parents know I., v i re n.nt'ijtted. 1 h.y fear some-. CONDITIONS EXISTING OTHER STATES. Hunting License. IN . ', : non-residen- ts non-reside- nt 1 n -- X f,r . Sv'.'Oitt:-.!- . !Ie '. rc. . nf) Tfaoj w -- i onlyly us, 10 csae. D-ug j&satp a tii&i taste? Co. J like Rcsali Paull J3i3KSWK4!K51S!aSK:y,Sal . ft . after a bevy of quail have been flushed. The cut shows a Llewelyn on point, On the road to the hunting grounds in Old funds accruing from the sale of hunters' license, and in each state, as In Kentucky, the property owner is not taxed to maintain a Commission. Combination hunting and fishing license, permitting the hunter and fisherman to both hunt and fish upon a single license, is now in vogue in fourteen states. Other states are sure to follow this plan, as in states where only the hunter is required to pay license, the fisherman is equally benefited, the funds being spent alike for the improvement of conditions for both, and it seems but just that the fisherman should contribute his part to the enforcement of the law and the restocking of the streams with fish, by which he is surely benefited. Kentucky. This jolly party are all true sportsmen, and are giving, their time free of charge to aid the; Commission In its work. Beware of Cheap Substitutes. In these days of keen competition it is important that the public should see that they get Chamberlain's Cough. Remedy and not take substitutes sold for the sake of extra profit. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy lias stood the-tes- t and been approved for more thaa forty years For sale by Paull Drugr Co Adr.- - Paull Drug C. Read Our Liberal Paper Offers hunters' license. Of the $5,000 appropriated, only $420.71 was drawn from the appropriation in the months of June and July, 1912. This amount, and the remainder of the $5,000, was returned to the state in August, 1912. Since that time the Commission has not drawn one cent from the state's HUNGARIAN PARTRIDGES In May, 1914, we liberated 300 Hun- two hearses., Prompt service night or garian partridges; twenty of these day. Residence Phone 29, birds were sent to each of fifteen coun98. ties. The birds seemed to take very J F. Triptett, kindly to Kentucky, and many scatte- 45-- 1 yr Columbia j red broodj. were reported In tha early Ad office-phon- I keep on hands a fall stock of" coffins, caskets, and robes. I also Caskets, and Steel Boxes and keep-Metalli- c e THE: ADAIR COUNTY NEWS or THt ADAIR COUHTY NEWS mand in Europe for war materi- als. As set forth in the clippings, BY THE the steel industry is very pros being Adair County News Company perous, and more men are employed in some plants than be( Incorporated.) fore the European war. Part of the activity, it is pointed out, is CHAS. S. HARRIS. Editor. due to the demands for war ma Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest terials, but the impression is giv of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair en that domestic construction is and adjoining counties. mainly responsible. Cotton mills, as second Columbia Entered at the which at the start were almost class mail matter. put out of business by the war, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR are now thriving,- - and some of them are flush with orders. The WED. NOV. 24.1915 same seems to be true of the woolen textile industry. These STANLEY GAINS 180 IN H'CREARY. "factories suffered heavy depressWhitley City. Ky., Nov. 18 ion for a considerable period. The McCreary County Board of Even the railroads in some parts Election Commissioners met this of the country, in spite of the afternoon and recertified the vote troubles which they are said to in the Governor's race, making have experienced, are beginning Morrow's majority 180 less than to pick up. had been certified previously. The secretary of Commerce, The excess vote, it was claimed Mr. Redfield, .expressed to a visby the Democrats, had been add- itor at his office his gratification ed after the election was held, over the reports he had received and was the basis of a suit to regarding the increased activity compel recertification. The of business in Louisville and othDemocratic member of the board er cities in Kentucky. refused to sign the certification as first made. WAR SITUATION. Published Every Wednesday Post-offi- Casey Jones Store V Time and Space will not permit us to quote prices, but those who have traded with us know that they save money when they buy at our store. We now have on hand a big stock of goods and everything is sold at Money Saving prices,. We have in our store the Biggest Line of Shoes for you select from we have ever had. to Men, Women and Childrens Rain Coats. Misses Cloaks and Coats. Bargains in Woolen Dress Goods and Fine Velvets. Also a lot of Hat Trimmings. 200 yards of Green Fringe suitable for Window Curtains, Rugs, &c, at 3c. per yd. Ladi tes anc A few Notice to Large Men: We have about 50 Suits of Extra Size Underwear, $1.00 garments at 75c. Others cheaper. Also carry a complete line of Underwear in all sizes. illb r Si r XA Besides being agents for the Famous Curlee Clothing, we big line of other Clothing. We can sell you an all WooJ have a Blue Serge Suit at $8.50. We have a lot of Men and Childrens Corduroy Suits. Mens Corduroy Odd Pants $1.25. A nice line of Mens Hats. Awl "I I irEKLEsir MABKTS This is . Good line of Rubbers and heavy Overshoes. Ladies Apsley Rubbers 49c. The Famous Ball Band Brand Men and Boys Rubbers and Overshoes at much less than regular prices. We have a lot of Congoleum Rugs seen advertised m all leading Magazines and our prices are Jower than wholesale. Also a lot of Velvet, Brussels and Axminister Rugs. LOTHSS We will save you from $2.50 to $3.00 on Double and Single Buggy Harness. A post master in Illinois lost his position for criticising Pr,esT ident Wilson's domestic affairs. The action of the" post office department coming to the President, he ordered that the discharged post master be reinstated. Right he was. The inauguration of Governor Stanley, elect, will take place December 7. People over the State are making preparations to attend, and Frankfort is expecting a very large crowd. The subordinate officers will go in a few weeks later. "I told of by the Athens correspondent of a London News agency, to see Earl Kitchener, the British War Secretary now in Have Removed the Near East, and discuss the military situation with him. ap- To New The Greek on pears to be growing" less uncom Barkesdale Hamlett lost one promising .with regard to .the They have a desirable location and will hundred votes in Christian councourse Greece should take in case t pay market price for all kinds ty by the recount. It now looks the Allied forces in Serbia were of Produce. Jike Lewis is elected. forced into Greek territory. In connection with the interThe Firm is known as Srong and Reliable and for PROSPERITY SEEN'JN ALL national situation as regards years has been dealing with the people of Greece, there have been recent time." Adair and adjoining counties. demonItaly will send troops to join reports of Washington, Nov., 18. That actual prosperity has begun, is the Allied armies at Saloniki, ac- strations at Patras a stronghold Bring on your stuff and get the CASH. the feeling of Administration cording to Rome advices, prep- of former Premier Venizelos, one officials here. Authoritative ac- aration being now in progress of whose' newspapers in Saloniki counts of a business boom for the dispatch of the Italian has protested in vigorous terms throughout the country, received forces. against the Government in or here during the week, are so Twelve thousand Arabs haye dering elections while the army complete in detail that President joined the British army in was mobilized, declaring that the Center & Jefferson Streets Wilson and the members of his and this army is said to new Chamber to be elected would Kentucky. Cabinet have the f eeJing that the have reached a point within a be unrepresentative of the naLouisville, "calamity-howlers- " S3.00 anil $3.50 With Bath. Hot are few miles of Bagdad, according tion. American Plat: S2.0O and S2 50 and Cold Running Water Privilege of Bath left without a leg to stand on. to reports from German sources M. Stratos, former Greek MinLocal and Long Distance Telephones The Department of Commerce forwarded through The Hague. ister of Marine, is on his way to in all Rooms. subscribes to a newspaper clip' Russian destroyers have bom- Germany by way of Switzerland, W. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. ping service and follows the barded German positions at supposedly on a special mission, practice of sending to the White and nearby on the North- Rome newspapers announce. House articles in the press deal- ern Courtland coast. The GerField Marshal Kitchener has AND DEALERS IN TOBACCO ing with the condition of trade man War Office announced that gone to the Galiipoli Peninsula FARMERS Ship Your Tobacco io The and industry. From its report, otherwise the situation on the from Mudros, the Aegean Sea port at which he recently arit is evident that Republican Russian front is unchanged. "OLD RELIABLE LOUISVILLE HOUSE" newspapers seem to be as active Comparative quiet is reported rived, Athens hears. "Where every Hogshead will have the Best of Attention, and be sold as Democratic newspapers in by Berlin on the front in France A belated dispatch from Buchlor, its Full Market Value Returns promptly made-F- our chronicling industrial activity. and Belgium, only artillery ex arest credits former Premier months stoiage Free. The clippings are from newspa- changes and mining operations Carp with the statement made to L. T. Logsdon, Asst. Mgr. Glover & Durrett, Mgrs. pers in all parts of the country, being mentioned. a newspaper that Rumania will with the possible exception of The attitude of the Greek Gov- enter the war on the side of GerFrench Government. eign Secretary Grey, David the Pacific coast. One striking ernment toward the Entente Al- many in December. When the recent Italian Minister of Munithing about the information ob- lies remains the chief point of An important conference is offensive began Austria tried to tained is that most of the activ- Interest in the Balkan situation. taking place in Paris, whence tions, and A; J: Balfour, First make a separate peace with Italy ity appears to be in lines not di- A late development is the report- members of the new British War Lord of the Admiralty have a Kome newspaper reports, ter-rectly affected by the great de- - ed desire of King Constantine, Council Premier Asquith, For-- gone for consultation with the (Concluded on paffe 8.) Aus-tro-German BUS-INES- S. The advance of the Teutonic Allies against the Serbians is not being appreciably retarded by the Serbian defense, Berlin announces, capture of more than 2,000 additional Serbians is reported. A gloomy view of the situation as regards the Allied expedition in the Balkans is drawn by the Saloniki correspondent of the Paris Journal, who declares forces are hurrying Southward in large numbers and that the.Allies will have to defend themselves alone against the Triple attack of the Teutons, Bulgarians and Turks, as assistance from Greece is not to be expected. He urged that reinforcements be sent in large numbers or that the Allied armies be "while there is yet r the place to get your Ax Handles, ScoopJShovels, Rakes, Door Hinges and Hamars at mon--e- y saving prices. Also a nice line of little. Express Wagonsjand Tricycles. Tire & Rubber Co. Automobile We are agents for the Good-Ye- ar Tires, Tubes and other Repairs kept constantly on hand. Also Bicycle Tires and Tubes. CASEY JOISTES STORE. S. HJGrinstead Building & Co., attitude . their Cross. Street the-highes- , anti-dynast- ic F. H. DURHAM, Manager. Mes-opotan- ia WILLARD HOTEL so-call- Pe-trag- ge Lloyd-Georg- e, r THE ADAIR 'COUNTY vNEWSrU One Bone Broken. Mr. J. F. Dannehold, Pres. 6 Treas. J, F. Dannehold, J'r.,Piee-P're- s. Geo.TVymap';5ce J. D. Todd, who lives one and a north-west THE OLD RELIABLE half miles of Columbia, Main Street Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED n Royal BAKING POWDER Absolutely Puro last Wednesday forenoon, breaking one bonejof his left leg just above the ankle. He was coming out of a field with a load of corn, and getting close to the mule the animal, for some cause, kicked with the result as above stated, Mr. Todd was kicken by a mule MiIlST STREET HOUSE Strictly Independent. 1 DANNEHOLD & CO. Proprs. liOUlSVIICIJB, KY. 124. 11 32 S. E.Cor. Main & Twelfth Street Best Inspection. called Dr. R. Y. Hindman, who re- Storage Four Months Free of Charge. Best Light in City. duced the fracture, but it. will be sev- Auction Sales Daily. Returns Promptly Made. Mark your hogheads, Main eral weeks before the patient can use Street House. tiie broken limb. Last week a representative of this visit Taylor atid Green counties looking after our subscription. list, having a lafge number of names in each county. We failed to see quite a number of our friends but those we met paid promptly, and for their; continued patronage, we return our Blncere thanks. In Adair, Taylocand Green the .people are most generally acquainted, and the world over neighbors like to read the doings of neighbors. While in Campbellsville, The News man paid The News Journal a visit, found the force busy, and Mr Ward, pf the Greensburg Record, apparently had his hands full. We are especially for into The News-Journforming us how to turn out a long, straight matter job m a yery few days without interfering very materially with other work in the office. The information is worth something, and we are very much obliged Bob Blan-forwho 3s very pleasantly remembered by the middle aged residents of Columbia, JtfThe ews Joufnai'an'oexpectsjio visitv!bis old frierifls'here fn fchenfiar future! . -'$ .r.' mc Buck Wheal. paper, had an. occasion to ed al d, AUTOMOBILE GIVEN AWAY Write for Particulars. Contains No Alum Mr. Ernest ITarris left last Wednes day afternoon for Columbia, Tenn., where he will spend a week with his brother. Mr John A Harris, who is Mr J. W. Duncati, of Lexington, teaching in that. city. was at the Hancock Hotel a few days Dr. P. II Conover and wife, of Mt. ago. h Personals. Mr. D.JE. Hatcher,. Glasgow, portion of last week In' Adair, spent a Columbia. taking Vernon, Ky , are visiting relatives in orders for a shoe house: " Mr. R. A. Thompson, Lebanon, who travels tor a wagon concern, was here Additional Locals. ictcuu). - , j Mr. Wm. Hobson, D., B. Edwards and J. M. Wright, Campbellsville, Keep Your Promises. were here last Thursday. Mr. J. F. Montgomery was in James-- ' If a young man, starting out in life town on legal business several da) s of wants to make a success, he- must keep .his promises, and in order to do last week. Mrs. W. A. Hynes is visiting Mrs, that "he must not bind himself to meet C. M. Barnett, Mt.'Mernon, 111. She an obligation on a certain day unless will also visit her brother, who resides t he knows that he will be able to do it. If you make a contract and violate it, in Louisville. ' your friend at once commences to. lose Mr. J. E. Lane, of Glasgow, called confidence; and the second pledge is to see our merchants last week. i much easier broken than the first, the Mr. Jake Redford, Horse Cave, was third easier than the second, and so here a few days ago, taking orders for1 on, ana the one wno is guilty ot such acts, is soon kDow as unreliable hard hats. for him to secure employment, and Mr. Charles W. Miller, Covington, wheu he does take a job lie soon loses was in Columbia a few days ago. it. Fetter be like Davie Crockett, "be Mr. L. F. Lawrence, Indianapolis, ahead." was at the Hancock Hotel a day or sure you are right, then-gtwo of last week. Public Sale. Mr. W. M. Lowery, Nicholasville, n fertilizer man, was in the Adair last week. November 27, 19h5, 1 '. On Saturday "will sell at public auction, at my resMr.'W. T2. McCandless was in Lebidence in Columbia, the following: 1 anon one day last week. bay horse 7 years old, nice driver; 1 U. G Mcfarland,- Glasgow, .vasireg-istere- d pair good driving ponies; 1 nice set the Hancock Hotel last Thuis-day- . double harness and pole; 1 saddle, bridle and harness; a lot of household furniture: 5 bedsteads, 5 sets of Mr. C. S. Harris spent several days springs, 5 mattresses, 4 heating stoves, of last week in Louisville. 1 oil stove, 2 dressers, 3 tables, 5 rockMr. T D. Eoach St. Louis, was here ing chairs, 2 sets of chairs, 1 last Thursday. 1 kitchen cabinet, 1 clock, 1 Mr. J. Q. Alexander, waa in town nice side board and other things. C. M. Herriford. the latter part of the week, enroute to his home, Campbellsville. -well-know-- .' graph-ophon- e, 3--2t We call the attention of shippers of tobacco to the business card, published in The News this week, of the "Old 130 Reliable Louisville House." Methodist Mr. L. 117 T.Logsdon, who Christian is well and favorably 101 known throughout Baptist this section, is the Assistant Manager of this house and Facts You May Not Know. will do his best for oui local tobacco dealers. Four months storage free. That in 1915, 240 new Game Laws Mr. Hugh Richardson, wife and were inacted. children, who have living That every State irl the Union has Campbellsville for the been year, in past left a bag limit, except Kentucky and last Sunday week for Cushing, Okla., three others. where they expect to locate. Mr. That the days of "Bob White" are Richardson had not decided when he numbered, unles the next Legislature kind of business he would enleft passes more stiingent laws, such as gagethe in. are now favored by the Game and Fish Commission. Charley Parson bought the little That we now have among us a Fed- cottage, on Campbellsville pike, this r looking after side of the roller mill, from Hugh eral Representative, migratory birds. Be wise and don't Richardson for 3400. fall into 'flJncle Sam's" net. Licenses to marry were Issued- last t."' ?A GREAT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. week to Wm. Bragg and Alta-Thompson; Isaac Franklin andMag '!'.' U gie F. Scott. We will send the Adair County ;N.ews one year. Mr. V. Sullivan and family have re- -' -- The Daily Evening Post, one year, moved to their new residence, just completed, near the Mulligan addiI have 100 bushels of buck wheat The, Woman's World, one year, ' Home. Life, one year. tion. per bushel u taken in-- ; for sale, at sr one year, side of sixty days from this date. It ' Home and Farm, People's Popular Monthly, one year, Miss Alice Cann, a pupil in Lindsey-- , is a grain that every farmer should A beautiful calendar for 1916 all for Wilson, got one of her ankles sprained' grow so if you want seed now is' your 33.25 If you want reading matter in the basket ballgame at Jamestown. chance to get it at low price. tf now is the time to subscribe. C. S. Harris Last week was a hog killing time. or ten Sausage, backbones and spareribs are We are informed that-eigh- t Died Near Gar I'm. persons who reside in Columbia will on the market in great abundance. purchase automobiles in the spring Born, to thewife of Al Sinclair, on Mr3. Sara Jane Dixon, who was the It looks like the buggy will have to go, as a faster and easier way of travel the loth inst., a daughter. wife of J. K. P. Dixon, died at her late home, near Garlin, this county, is the choice of the people. Saturday afternoon, the 13th, inst. Farmers have been busy last) The corn crop throughout Kentucky ten days, gathering corn. for the ears old, a good She was seventy-fiv- e Christian woman. The interment was is estimated at 28 bushels to the acre. 842 on Sunday and was attended by a Burley Tobacco shows a yield of Foxes1 pounds per acre, Dark 861 per acre. great many friends. She is survived The average yield of Irish potatoes 110 by her aged husband and perhaps sevpotatoes 81 eral children. She was Mr. Dixon's bushel per acre; sweet 82 50 to $4.00 each; Coons $1.25 each: - ' bushels. second wife, and 'was the mother of Squirrels 40c. each. Send them-tMrs Buck Chapman., . W. T. HODGEN, . parents were fined 85.00 each Two Campbellsville, Ey?" Saturday,- in Judge Herriford's Box 232, Christmas, Birthday' and 'Wedding last rsibncif v. court, for violating the compulsory : ' Gifts. school law, that is, failing to send V Denmark their children to school. Other parrs ents should take warning Premium Toilet Soapsand Shears all for $1 00; Fancy Pocketbooks, 75c. Frank Toliver bought fourteen mules There was quite a large amount each, worth 31.50. Many other Beau-if- in Greensburg last Monday week, rangand Usefal Presents, including ing in price from 3100 to $150 per of wheat sown in this section Watches and Rings. Agents Wanted. head On the same trip he bought and is looking just fine consideriW. T. HODGEN; Box 232. eight head in Columbia, paying 8150 ng- the wet weather, Campbellsville, "Ky. per head. Sunday School Attendance. is'ajitef - M. hnc- -- - -- 3-- 2t i ,- o - . - - f. ."' -- ul f. J. C. Bush, of FrankThe Christian people and Baptist lin, Ky., spent last week with Rev. 0. people, of Campbellsville, certainly P. Bush and wife, this place. Mr. J. take great pride in their denominaC. Bush is a brother of Mrs. O. P. tions. They are now expending someBush. thing like 50,000 for church homes. Prof. Paul Chandler spent Sunday Each one of the buildings will be the 14th with his father and sisters at prides of Campbellsville. The BapCampbellsville. tist church will be completed to seat eleven hundred people and the ChrisMr. W. A. Coffey was in attendance thousand. A at the Russell circuit court last week, tian church one necessary for little ordiroom than more and was an attorney for the defense in nary use, but wheu big day3 come, the case of the State against Silas people from all the surroundings can Mr. and Mrs. Columbia residents should keep a watch out for thieves. Last week a rug was stolen from Dr. B. F. Taylor's front porch, and also one from Mrs. Mary Caldwell's porch. Mrs. Caldwell also had a metal half bushel which was sitting under the spout, leading from the gutter of her dwelling. It was also taken. For Rent. A There was a very large ram at Union church, Thursday morning, fell in this part Sunday. at 11 o'clock, conducted by Rev. R. J. D. Vaughan passed here V. Chapin, and also several recitaSunday in his auto on his way tions by the young people. home from Bowling Green. During month of December, There will be Thanksgiving services and January and February, 1916, Court is still in session at we will send the Louisville Daily Herald and The Adair County News one Jame3town. They are prosecuttf. ing the boy's heavily. year each for 83.00. 1915 . Courier-Journal the Tim B. Cravens, Tompkinsville. She was accompanied by her son, Edwin. fc Mr. Walter McKInney, of Lincoln county, who visited Mr. A. S. Chew-nin- g last week returned home Sunday. Dr. R. I. Blakeman, of Indianapolis, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary J. Blakeman. He will also put in a few days hunting. Rev. W. R. Waggoner was called to Scottsville the first of the week, on account of i he serious illness of his ten room residence, well located The News conbe accommodated in the town of Columbia. Has a Messrs. G. H. Nelland George Mont- gratulates these two Taylor county large barn, orchard, etc, Will rent in gomery are in Louisville. denominations on their enterprise, gladdened the connection, if desired, a small Mrs. Walter Ingram is, visiting in and their efforts have for corn, also meadow. See Dr. heattsof all Campbellsville, as it takes Campbellsville and Lebanon. J N. Murrell, Columbia, Ky., or handsome edifices to beautify a town. write Mr. T. A. Murrell, LebanonKy. Mrs. M. Cravens is Aisiting her son daughter-in-law- , Mr. and Mrs. and ADAIR CIRCUIT COIJRT Sullivan. first-botto- Ottie Bell, &c vs. , '" J. H. Kinnaird, &c. with an order of the Circuit Court, rendered at its Adair September term, 1915, I will, at my office, in Columbia, Ky., hear proof of claims against the estate of C. S. Bell, deceased, from this date until January 1st, 1916. In compliance 2-- W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. A. C. C. On Sunday, the 14th inst., the Born, on the 10 inst., a boy to published a fine wife of Abe Dowell. Wife arid foot ture of the Lindsey-Wilso- n team, a team that has not to this boy are doing well. date met with defeat. Miss Virtie Coffey was visitThe Russell circuit court will proba- ing at the home of her brother, bly continue through this week. It is the intention of Judge Carter to Ernest Coffey, of Sewellton, last docket week. Rev. W. H. C. Sandidge, of Greens- clean up the Commonwealth's if possible at this term. burg, who has been in a critical conThe river was very low caused dition for several months, is reported Hunters about town, who were out by the dry weather, some better. He has many friends in but it is on last week, report birds scarce. They Adair county, all of whom would be killed enough for a meal or two, but a boom now, for that rain Sunglad to see him again in health. He say they were hard to find. day made the river rise very lived at Bliss, this county, for many years, and no man in the neighborfast. Bradley Tarter's mule got scared at hood had more substantial friends. ReThe schools of this community an automobile last Saturday. sult, buggy badly damaged. will pay 25c week, ' cash or 26c in the. store for eggs. . Di M. Moore, Garlin, Ky. 49-t- f. For the next I are progressing nicely. mother. Mr. J. O. Spears, this .place,, started to Jamestown last Thursday with a A short distance Mrs. Ray Conover and little son, load of coca-colRobert, are visiting Mrs. Conover's from his home he was kicked. on, his left leg by his lead hcrse and consid parents, near Cane Valley 1 erably hurt. No bones broken". a. Mr. Finis Rosenbaum is having his The farmers of this section are stock of groceries" closed- - out, and he gathering corn and report a very has returned to V. M. Gowdy's wholeMcKinley May, aged 25 years, died sale house. short crop. near Parson, on Barnett's creek, last G. W. Helm was visiting rela? Since the first day of September the Friday. He was a victim of typhoid fever. Interment Barnett's Creek county clerk of Adair has issued forty tives at thisplace last week. hunting licenses. Graveyard. 'v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SCARCITY i Sr QUAIL wB In 1911, during the session immedi ately preceding the creation of the GAME AND FISH COMMISSION IS . game laws, the Federal Government discovered that large quantities of quail were being sold in the northern and eastern markets, and that these birds had been shipped in violation of Over the federal laws covering interstate shipments of game. The commission firms distributing these birds were all prosecuted, and by tracing the shipments to the firms, the Government officials discovered that great quantities of the quail had come from Kentucky; in fact, 150,000 were shipped out of Kentucky in 1911, 13,700 being shipped from two points in Gallatin county. All of the parties making illegal shipments were tried in the federal courts of Kentucky and convictions followed in every case. The United States Government knew, in a general way ,that shipments were being made from Kentucky, but in this work, as in other branches of the Government, they desired to help only those states who were making an honest endeavor to help themselves. It was the common practice of the larger hotels and restaurants in Kentucky, before the creation of the Game and Fish Commission, to annually sell large quantities of quail illegally bought and sold. A number of case3 were made against one of the leading hotel companies in Kentucky, and we are pleased to say that this illegal practice has been stopped. , AFTER VIOLATORS OF STATE LAWS Five Hundred Men Convicted For Violations-Eng- lish Pheasants Liberated By Commission Are. Protected For Number of Years Vfeimrs to Louisville ff I in; Looking ForOU: Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Are never disappointed when they visit our store. No bigger stock, no better values anywhere "Most for your Money" is our Motto. We compete successfully with catalouge offers and in many iustances give better values. Write to us if you are not able to visit Louisville Biggest Carpet and Rug Store Hubbuch Bros. & Weilendorff, Street INCORPORATED 522 & 524 W. Market "Efficiency" has made our growth possible. owels are Bast it id Hsuith A Kentucky trainer (Special.) The Frankfort, Ky. Game and Fish Commission since the last report has convicted 551 men for violation of the law. They took the chance of beating the wardens. How much better it would have been for them to have taken out their license. They would have had the satisfaction of feeling that they were helping the enforcement of law and contributing to better game conditions and were not cheaters. Cumberland River, one of Kentucky's The money collected for sale ot great game fish streams, and which hunters' license has been, and is bethe Commission is restocking with ing, economically spent for the enpike perch and bass. forcement of the laws and the restocking of the fields and streams with and two of his champion unless the sportsmen and farmers report the infractions of the hunting laws, either to the wardens or to the State Department, some violators are bound to escape. Hunters Themselves Lose. What we wish to impress upon the sportsman who takes out his license and obeys the law, is that every violator is cheating him. Those who set about to deplete the game supply unwarrantably, either for gain or through greed, or who hunt out of season, to some extent succeeds in robbing the licensed hunter of the benefits for which he spends his money in purchasing his license. ' School of Religion Needed. If the sportsmen can get the idea Of course, the Sunday School is the clearly into their minds that the law center for all this work, although the activities ef the church should extend JAMES P. EDWARDS through the entire week and the Sun ANNOUNCES FOR LIEUTENANT day School should cease to be bo GOVERNOR. named, it should b e called the School of Religion or the Church School or Louisville, Ky., June 28, 1915. (Spesomething else that indicates It to b cial Correspondence) Hon. James P. an act! vity. During this Edwards, of Jefferson County, one of time various and sui ldry clubs, classes, the most prominent lawyets in the musical organization is, culture courses, state, has announced his candidacy as well as distinctly religious meetings, for the Democratic nomination for should be held. Tbl ckly settled neigh- Lieutenant Governor. His platform is, briefly, better schools, improved borhoods, as we sh all see, offer fine 1q highways, economy In. stats opportunities for tb .e development of -- iad We also from the Kentucky Game Preserve on Pine Mountain, In Bell county. The reports show that a large percentage of eggs did not hatch, and where broods were hatched they soon died, so the distribution proved a failure. It is unlawful to kill any ringneck pheasant at any time of the year, and the Commission appeals to you for your assistance in protecting them until they increase sufficiently to permit hunting. game and fish. The Commission is taking this means of again warning the hunters, In March, 1915, a distribution of Eng- not only to take out their license, but lish ringneck pheasants was made by to always carry them when hunting. English Pheasants. These birds were the Commission. The 2,500 English pheasants liberated shipped to purchased in England and a are Philadelphia, where they were received by the Commission and protected for is a warning number of years, by a representative of the Commission hereby given to every one who kills and shipped in crates of fifteen birds, these valuable and costly birds, that ten hens and five cocks, to each coun- if caught, he will be prosecuted. a Mr. Hunter, if ty in the state, where they were re- Now, do not run your you see to strange legs off destroy bird ceived and separated into trios, two It, but take every possible means not hens and a cock, and these birds were to injure it yourself, and do not let liberated by persons with whom the an opportunity escape you to urge Commission had made arrangements, others to do likewise. These pheasants were bought with your money, so see on lands controlled by them. Reports from 73 counties show an in- that they are protected until they increase of 2,656 birds, which indicates crease sufficiently to allow shooting. Conditions in Other States. a gratifying condition and places the In other states where conditions are of these splendid game birds number now at liberty in Kentucky at something not so ideal as here they up to have you, pheasants in plenty. It is above six thousand. Some of the birds your were held in captivity, but in nearly Mr. Hunter, to doprotect part to help them. Get the every instance these experiments re- busy. Commission Your wardens will be In the sulted in failure, but the birds that field every day during the hunting seawere turned loose and allowed to rear son and for a considerable time betheir own young, in practically every forehand, to see that each hunter has instance produced and raised a covey. his license, and that the "Sooner" is The result of these experiments curbed in his selfish desire. Please have so encouraged the Commission help the wardens, remembering that they that another importation of pheasants you. are working for and not against coWe want to the Is planned, and we hope to liberate operation of everyenlist in active Kentucky man three thousand more of these birds in who has a hunting license in protecting the spring of 1916. The distribution of your own game from the cheater. We pheasants aroused great interest, and want you to realize that it is you who we received many requests for set- are being cheated by the game hog, tings of eggs and purchased 800 from the pot hunter and the chap whu hunts a game dealer in Pennsylvania, which out of season without a license. Our wardens are doing effective were sent by parcels post to those who work. However, the state is large and shipped 265 applied. PHEASANT DISTRIBUTION The careful mother, who watches loo powerful for a child. The homes of sely the physical peculiarities of her llrs. Carrie McDonald, 103(1 Trig? Ave., tldren, will soon discoer that the Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Grifis for their protection as well as for ost Important thing- in connection with fith, Veechdale, Ky., are always supplied child's constant good health is to keep with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with the protection of the landowner and .e bowels regularly open. Sluggish them, as with thousands of others, there the conservation of valuable food supwels will be followed by loss of appe- - is no substitute for this grand laxative. ply, and that the violators of game regte, restlessness during sleep, irrita- - It is really more than a laxative, for it ulations is beyond the law, a cheater evi- - contains superior tonic properties which ility a dozen and one against whom every man's hand should icnces and physical disorder. similar help to tone and strengthen the stomach, of be raised, it will not be long until we At the first sign of such d'sordr t;ie lier and bowels sc that after a brief shall again see the fields and forests the child a teaspoonfnl of Dr. C f l s use of it all laxatives can be dispensed full of game and Kentucky affording Svrup Pepsin at night on retu .. a .a with and nature will do its own work. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this some of the best field sport in the repeat the dose the following night if necessary more than that will scarcely remedy before buying it in the regular country. way of a druggist at fifty cents or one Now, Mr. Hunter, won't you help by be needed. You will find that the child dollar a large bottle (family size) can will recover its setting a good example and spreading at once and will accustomed good spirits have a sample bott.e sent to the home eat and sleep normally. free of Dr. obedience to the law the sentiment for This remedy is a vast improvement W. B. charge by simply addressing St., Caldwell. 403 Washington wherever you go? Condemn the un- over salts, cathartics, laxative waters Monticello, 111. Your name and address lawful hunter and the pot hunter and and similar things, which are altogether on a postal card will do. try to show him the light. If he does not take kindly to your suggestions, report the violation of the law to the wardens in your county and the office of the Commission at Frankfort. Boost the game and thereby make more pleasure for yourself and at the same FOR time increase the value of the license I will drill wells in Adair and for which you pay. The money you It Is said that one of America's best known pay for your license is your contribua man who ruined his di- tion towards the enforcement of the Eestion in the pursuit of wealth stated that adjoining counties. See me be pay a million dollars for a new law and the propagation of game. Get fore contracting. Latest imbehind your money with your personal stomach. But, while surgeons have become very influence and conditions are bound to skillful in performing operations that were proved machinery of all kinds. improve. once considered impossible, nobody ha3 Lawful to Kill. Pump Repairing Done. Give stepped forward and offered to sell his stomQuail, rabbits, squirrels, woodcock, ach to that millionaire. Tour stomach is wild duck, wild goose, can be shot worth more than a million dollars to you. It me a Call. from November 15 to January 1. is LIFE to you. This millionaire's stomach is so ruined by Unlawful to Ship. abuse that it can never be made "as good as It is unlawful to ship quail, native new" by any medicine. But YOUR stomach, pheasant, or wild turkey within the if properly aided NOW can be restored to its State of Kentucky at any time, but normal condition. If YOU suffer from indigestion, "heartthese birds, when lawfully killed and in possession of the hunter, may be burn," gas in stomach, foul breath, sense of carried by the hunter, or in the bag- fullness after eating, sour stomach, and will A act NOW instead of delaying longer, yol gage cars, when properly marked. When shipping rabbits, squirrels, or can get PROMPT relief. wild ducks, within or without the DR. THACHER'S state, the package should be plainly We Offer f & bird dogs. - n-- $.1,000,000.00 A NEW STOMACH WELL DRILLER multi-millionair- es J. C. YATES Splendid Clubbing Bargain and marked, giving the contents of the paqkage, and the name and address of the consignor as well as that of the consignee. It is unlawful to ship any game out of the state, or the hides of animals, without clearly marking the package as above directed. To ship unmarked is in violation of the interstate laws, and is punishable in the federal courts by a heavy fine and imprisonment. Remember that It is unlawful to ship either within or without the state, by freight, express, parcels post, or any common carrier, any auail, native pheasant, or wild turkey. Now, Mr. Hunter, you will say if approached that you intend to get your license before hunting. It is necessary to purchase your license from the county clerk of the county In which you reside. There will be many hunters In the fields on the opening day, November 15. What would be the condition at your county clerk's office if you waited untjl November 14 to get your license? There would be congestion. You would stand in line many hours waiting your turn and then possibly go away without It. You had made your arrangements to go hunting early the next morning and would go afield without your license. Mr, Game Warden would happen along 'and you would be distressed and embarrassed. Why take a chance? fur-beari- Liver and Blood Syrup will set your stomach right, and do it quickly. It will stimulate and regulate your liver, which supplies bile to the stomach. It will he Adair County News i thus provide the stomach with JUST WHAT IT NEEDS in order to do its wonderful work of digestion more perfectly. It will lubricate your bowels, and cause them to move naturally and gently. It will get your whole digestive "Workshop" into working order, cleanse it, oil up the "machinery," strengthen it and you'll be AMAZED by the change. Your appetite will improve. Food will taste GOOD to you. There will be no more discomfort or pains. You'll feel STRONGER. Life will be better worth the living. DO IT NOW give your stomach the re lief it is calling for, beforeyou are like the millionaire, whose stomach is now BEYOND REPAIR. Dealers sell 50c and S1.00 bottle3. THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY, " The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only $1.35 Enquirer is Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 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 obtatnins th world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading- news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirl3 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 adviso you to take advantage by rabscrib'ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to Chattanooga, Tennessee. O For Sale By Page & Taylor MngB spiritual ?- ' preparedTo'rtheTeast. Multiply tEeso quantities by one thousand, representing approximately the number of meals per annum, and we have the annual contents of the nation's lardex But with all our immense quantity, superb quality and wide range of products, the American housewife, like the wife of King Nebuchadnezzar, The Adair County News, longs for variety and she goes marketbuys abroad abolishment ot unnecessary Columbia, Ky. ing in foreign lands. She s offices, revision of tax laws $200,000,000 per annum of farm relieve overtaxed properties and that can and should be produced tlon of such property as now avoiu In thn United States. taxation, favors the present County Foxes Unit Law for regulation of the liquor An Awful Shock. traffic as passed by the legislature in man rememberOnce upon a time a compliance with the Democratic plated that the day was the tenth anni1911, which is the fundament-- 1 form of $2 50 to $4.00 each; Coons $1.25 each; law of the party, and opposes State- versary of his wedding, and he brought Squirrels 40c each. Send them to candy to his wide prohibition as unnecessary as a home some flowers and W. T. HODOEN, temperance measure, a menace to the wife and gave her a kiss. And it took CampbellSYille, Ky. overburdened taxpayers, and contrary light doctors nine days to restore the Box 232, to both the National and State plat' oor woman from the effect of th ltf. farxnr of tKo ihock. Cincinnati Enquirer. pro-duct- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COULD SCARCELY Aid For Three Summers Mrs. Aay of Her Housework. WALK ABOUT Vin- cent Was Unable to Attend to Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try CarduL the woman's tonic, and I firmly Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KT. peared in this vicinity last week and tried to sell the Rye Straw store keeper a bill of goods, met Some people are graceful while with poor success as the proprieothers are disgraceful. tor was asleep on the counter at A tramp has more time to do the time. nothing than anybody. believe I would have died if I hadn't Sile Kildew, who has been abSlim Pickens is fortifying him-se- rf taken it. sent for some time, has returned against the fall rains by purAfter I began taking Cardui I was home and says Hogwallow is greatly helped, and all three bottles re- chasing a celluloid collar. good enough for him and that lieved me entirely. The hotel man at Tickville says I fattened up, and grew so much he expects to die here. Funeral stronger in three months, I felt like an- the chances of many a good fire arrangements has not yet been other person altogether." are lost by the untimely arrival made. Cardui is purely vegetable and of the fire department. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic A man went up in a balloon at Yam Sims accompanied the effect, on the womanly constitution. Tickville last Saturday before a Cardui makes lor increased strength, Calf Ribs Widow to the Rye large audience. He wanted to improves the appetite, tones up the nen Straw store Tuesday to assist her vous system, and helps to make pale, take up a collectionbefore going home with a spool of thread. sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. up instead of after coming down, Cardui has helped more than a million Frisby Hancock says parents but the crowd thought they weak women, during the past 50 years. may have more than one set of It will surely do for you, what it has would wait, as he might get done for them. Try Cardui today. twins, but you never hear of killed. Write to: ChatUnooca Atedldn Co., Udtes' Dept., Chattanooca, Tenn., for Special in- twins having more than one set visory The Rye Straw storekeeper, structions on your case and book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent In plain wrapper. parents. who has been a bachelor for a Slim Pickens is walking around long time, told a man the other a good deal now trying to reduce day that the women folks still his flesh, in order that he can go dressed up when they came to winanywhere a rabbit can this the store even if they did not exter. pect to see anybody but him. The Mail Carrier was unable to Luke Mathewsla visited a saw make his regular trip to Rye mill on upper Gander creek and HOQWALLOW NEWS. accompaning the struggle there arose in Dock's mind a doubt as to which tooth it was that needed pulling, and to make certain of getting the right one Dock had to pull all of them on the west side of his mouth. Pulling them one at a time he would show them to Jeff and ask .him if it was the right one, and at last the right one was brought forth. Dock never does thing3 by halves. Rheumatism and Hilled Pains They Must Go. The congestion of the blood in its flow causes pain. Sloan's Liniment peuetrates to the congestion and starts the blood to flow freely. The body's warmth is renewed; the pain is gone. The "maD or woman who lias rheumatism, neuralgia or other pain and fails to keep Sloan's Liniment in their home is like a drowning man refusing a rope." Why suiter? Get abottle of Sloan's. 25c and 50c. 81.00 bottle hold Adv. six times as much as 25c. size. gentle-actin- g. Ad- re J-- (Continued from pae 3.) The Water We drink. is any reason to suspect it of 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 pricev Write for prices. All Wheat Ground should be Rolled Before Seeding. . Straw this week on account of having traded horses with Frisby Hancock. The first installment of a west- Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. $ Mason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c. Quarts 45c. Half Gallons 70c. International Harvester Company's 8 Disc Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure Spreaders at 25 per cent, off wholesale prices. I. H. C. Prices. International Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent, less ern serial story appeared last week in the Tickville Tidings. She story will come to an end by spring if the press or the heroine doesn't break down. Cricket Hicks bought a nickel's worth of nails while at Bounding Billows yesterday, and some decided improvements are looked for in this immediate vicinity soon. having disease germs. It may save an outbreak of disease. took possession of the whistle on As for the family drinking the boiler while nobody was lookwater, no chances should be ing. He brought it back to Hogtaken when it can be cleaned of wallow under his coat and says suspicion by this safe, tested as soon as be can get hold of a method. boiler and engine he will blow A it. Jefferson Potlocks, one of our most highly esteemed citizens, had a most lively encounter with Dock Hocks Friday morning when he went to the blacksmith shop to have a tooth pulled. Dock officiated in his usual rough-sho- d manner, being a blacksmith by occupation and a dentist by persuasion. Jefferson was seated comfortably in a barber chair which Dock uses to good effect on Saturday and told to look pleasant as the ordeal he was about to go through was guaranteed not to be any more painful than getting a hair cut. Jefferson was told to think of something pleasant and smile with his mouth open, so that Dock could look into it with the aid of a spy glass and a lantern, When Dock got his pliers and was about to lay hold of the offending tooth, Jefferson became unruly and finally the Deputy Constable was called with the hope of quieting Jeff, but this had no effect and a general struggle ensued. During the excitement Splendid Offer. Until further notice we will furnish The Adair County News one year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enauir er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, one year, Farm and Fireside, semimonthly, one year; year; and Household Journal, monthly, one year, all for $1.65. This is the best offer ever made by this office, and all who want reading matter should send their subscriptions to this office at once. To-day'- s ne $ than Prices. stock lasts We also sell the Superior Wheat Drills, the Oliver Chilled Plows the farmers best friend, Bellvue Disc Harrows and Walter A. Wood Smoothing Harrows. Yours For Your Good Will, I. H. C. Prices good while $ Sidney Hocks has been requested to turn his hat around all right, instead of wearing it hindpart-beforThen people can tell whether he is going to the still house or coming from it e. DENTAL OFBICE Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER BAXJISL, The Dog Hill preacher will start a protracted meeting in a few days for the benefit of Wash Hocks,, who fell from grace this week while trying to drive a calf out of a corn field. Sidney Hocks, who has been chaperoning a wheat thresher around over this part of the country this summer, has returned home. He has not yet decided what he will do with DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE SO. OFFICE PHOS1 SAVE $20.00 NOW $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma $75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand Woodson Lewis, QBGEEISrSBIJIlG, KY. Course, Time Unlimited, if you enroll on or before November 1st. &&$&x$$Qx$ $ the money. Surveying C. Landowners Attention. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do " D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Frisbie Hancock took his bass fiddle to the Gander Creek botBryant tom yesterday and played several selections under the hickory get Rid of Those "Poisons in your trees, but had little ' success as System the hickory nuts are nearly all You will find Dr. King's New Life gone. The traveling man that Fills a most satisfactory laxative in ap- - Write today for catalog .and $20. discount coupon No. 32. Address, H. O. KEELING, Pres. & Stratton Business College Louisville, Ky. ; TIN WORK. your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e sonable. Phone years Special experience. Charges rea74 or write T. C. Faulknerj lolumbia. Kf. Chamberlain's Tablets. This Is a medicine Intended espec Spavin or any Jlatulo, Poll-evi- l, work done at fair prices. 1 an tally for stomach troubles, biliousness well fixed to take care of stock. Hon and constipation. It is meeting with due when work is done' or atock much success and rapidly gaining in emoved from stables. i LtCATMN-NEIBfilES' 1E5IKNCE iavor and popularity. For saleby SHEET." N lOtKYILLE Adv. Paull Drag Co. Attnetin to Eyes inr-gio- ,- AIEl releasing the poisons from your system. Accumulated waste and poisons cause manifold ailments unless released. Dizziness, spots before the eyes, blackness and a miserable feeling generally are indications that you ned Dr. Sing's New Life Pills. Take and you will experience a dose I grateful relief by morning. 25c. For Adv. sale by Paull Drug Co. to-nig- ht I am prepared to do any kind of Tin Work, Eoofing, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need any thin6 in my line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. Overli. "W. Bennetts's Store. S. E. Bridgwaters, aSo-fe- r- Ms ' - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS WOULD ,HAVE ALL WOMEN TO KNOW Mrs, Kelley, of Louisville, Says Tanlac Is All That Helped Her. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 23. Mrs, Geo. Kelley, residing at 109 Harrison avenue, Louisville, made the following statement regarding Tanlac. "I have been under the physician's care eleven years. I suffered principally from fndigestion and stomach" trouble, with frequent nervous headaches and felt worn out all the time. "I weighed many pounds lighter than usual when I began taking Tanlac. After using Tanlac three weeks, I now weigh several pounds more than lever weighed. In fact, I have gained rapidly in every way in a comparatively short time. "Tanlac is really the only thing that has actually helped me. I wish to recommend its use to every suffering woman.' Tanlac, the premier preparation, can be obtained in Columbia at Page & Taylor's drug store. Adv. Gradyville. Plenty of rain last week, The first snow of the season came Friday. Dh S. Simmons and Elmer Keen spent Wednesday in Columbia. Cleo Sherrill, of Lebanon, is spending a few days with His mother this week and while here " is killing a few birds. G..T. Flowers returned from Campbellsville the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Baker and son spent a few days visiting in Columbia the first of the week. Arthur Curry has rented a farm from R. 0. Keltner and we are glad to note that Mr. Curry and family will remain with us. Charlie Morrison, Will Wilson and John Frankum were at Greensburg the first of the week hauling logs. Mrs. Bettie Dowell, who was dangerously hurt by a kick of a horse a few weeks ago, is improving at this time and we trust she will be on the stage of action again in a very short time. Joel Rodgers and family, of Hoachville, moved last week to their property recently purchased from Alfred Parson in our city. We are glad to have them in our midst. and he informed us that in the near future they would be ready to go to receiving here regularly. We will all be glad when we can hear the hum of his machinery again, for it is the life of business. We take it that there is no better point in Adair county than at this place for spokes. Our people are all about through gathering corn and nothing special to do now until the first of the year, only to work at the timber.business and we are glad that most of our farmers have a lot of timber suitable for spokes and will put them on the market if the prices'justifies. Mrs. W. C. Christie, who has been ' confined with a spell of sickness at the home of her father, Mr. Pedigo, at Summer-shad- e in Metcalfe county, for the past three weeks, is improving at this time. Her husband, Rev. W, C. Christie, has been at her bedside for the past week or so and failed to fill his appointment here last Sunday on the account of the illness of his wife. We are all glad to know that she is improving and pray that she may be restored to .her usual health again and be with us ; again. t , -v Cane ValUy. DR. JAS. TAYLOR, fSSSfer? $551 "Everything baked with Calumet is so tempting wholesome delicious I want 'em all. For things hard to bake right it can't be equalled. Calumet is the world's best BakingPowder it's moderate in price pure in the can and pure in the bakinj wonderful in Iearenin; and raising power ibe most economical to bur and to use." Has located in Columbia of Louisville, were visiting here and will do a General last week. J"T practice. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby VanHoy, Residence on Burkesville Sfrcet. of Shelbyville, attended the burOffice in Butler Buildlni ial of their brother, J. C. Van-Hoon Public Square and returned home last Thursday. Mr. VanHoy is a HENRY W. DEPP, jeweler and has been quite successful. XE27TIST Leward Smith, of Louisville, Am permanently located in Co is here to hunt a few days. lumbia. Fffty men were ' summoned from this place last week, as All Classes of Dental work clonr. Crow dge and Inlay work a Specialty. special jurors to attend court at Jamestown. Ira Vaughan and All "Work Guaranteed Jo Gallison were the only ones Office over G. W. Lowe's accepted. Shoe Store y, i Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dudgeon, Bill Hancock sold five mules, last week," for $1,002. Received Highest Awards Km Cctl Bui Frit Sit SUt in Peuttd Can . -- Rugby. '' " Our "farmers are gathering Several of our farmers have their corn and' many complain week, and while there the forhauled their crops of tobacco to that the yield is not so great as mer purchased a new wagon and will go to hauling on the road Greensburg loose leaf tobacco .was.expacted. ; soon. warehouse, preparatory for the V Allen Wootenmnd J. C. Gamp-be- ll 29th. They are sales on the There has been more opposums made a business trip to Red looking forward for a good marcaught in this community this Lick, Metcalfe county, last Tuesket. season .than for many years. It day. ofCIem-ntsvillis an every night business with E. G. Wethington, The spelling bee at Independ quite a number of our younger made our town one day last week, looking after Ms ence last Wednesday night was set, and very often as high as interest in the spoke business, largely attended. The best of five oppossums are caught by one for the Adair County Spoke Co. order prevailed and every one party in one night Fur is selling While here he closed a deal to went away well pleased with the well and so the hunters claim have quite a lot of spokes made contest. that' they are making good money 4tnd delivered on his yard here, Mrs. Lucy Ann Harvey, Toria, besides having quite a lot of fun. e, of Greensburg, have recently moved in with their mother, Mrs. A. T. Shirrell and will remain with her for the year 1916.. We are certainly glad to have them locate in our community. Mr. and Mrs. McCubbins, ., , ri Tbbacco'stripping is ther' order of the' day here. Some of our farmers are through. 2.1 T. J. Rossen, who has beenTn ran a critical condition since'lastj spring, is a little better. Can sit up a few minutes at a time, the first since July. He says he has y T Than m M rtRffBffv" arHTVfrC lots to be thankful for. Four Cheap and big canBakingPowdersdonot save you money. Calumet does it's Par hands, two of which were boys, and'far superior to sour milk and so gathered 80 barrels of corn for him in less than three days. is" visiting relatives at this place Can you beat it? The schools at this place are this week. GeorgejJa'nesVand family, who progressing fine under the management of Prof. J. A. Rosson formerly resided near d and your scribe. now. citizens .'of "our Noah Janes and family left thriving litfle town. .. here last Thursday for Illinois, holds Gilliam Patterson-wh- o intending to make that their futhe'position of telephone opera-to- r ture home. , at- Kansay and Mrs. Sarah Rosson, Mrs. Lizis a secJames Patterson, who zie Bell and Master Phil Bell, of tion foreman in Texas, are visitEast Fork, visited relatives here ing their parents in this county last week. this' week. Last Wednesday, Willie Bragg, EdStotts purchased from J. of Bridgeport, and Miss Alta C. Royse one yearling mule for Thompson, of this place, were united in marriage, Rev. Comp-to- n $75 00, officiating. Willie is an inOn account of the incessant dustrious young man and Alta rain last Sunday neither Rev. T. was one" of our best girls and J. Jesse or Rev. Vance were able will be greatly missed. to fill their appointments at. this place. J Sparks-vflle,an- City,-Mb.- Ed Eubank bought the business house from T. F. Corbin. in Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist our town which joins Mr. EuEye Specialist bank for $500. Special attention given Diseases of all Claud Edrington, who has Domestic Animals been logging in Taylor county,' Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. for the past month, returned 1 14 G. home with his teams last week. Phone Columbia, Ky. R. L. Judd, who was badly hurt two weeks ago by falling Business Pho e 13 from a scaffold, is slowly im- (evidence Phone 13 "B Q proving. DR; .The farmers have put a stop V" --T to hunting. .Some go so faras. iDENTISTj to. not let their own boys hunt ' Dfficc.Front ruoms; m Jeffries BTd'g their birds. Mr. Allison Wilson, one of our up rrtans; best men, who has been confined Columbia, ILz Kentucky to his room two years! is not any. He was always J. B. Stoxe J. H. Stone kind to every one and was ready to lend a helping hand. We Stone & Stone, . would be so glad to see uncle Al Attoney-At-Laout again. Mrs. Mamie Page, who has W31 practice in been in a critical condition some th?3 and adjoining counties. time, is not growing any better. Jamstown, : Kentucky She has underwent two operations that did not help her much. War News. Born, to the wife of Claudj Edrington, a 10 pound daughter, (Continued from page 5.) Nov. 19. ritorial concessions being offered Mrs. Ray Conover, of Columwhich Italy refused to consider. bia, was visiting her parents, Only artillery actions are reMr. and Mrs. A. R. Feese, last ported by Paris from the Franco-Belgia- n week. L. H. Jones j.:n. murrell f-- :' im-provi- ng w -- Dirteo. Ace Polston and Willie Harvey made a trip to Greensburg last Rome reports the repulse of violent attacks by the Austrians Elmore Bryant, wife and chil- near Monte San Michele and the dren, and Misses Myrt and Lou-ell- a enlarging and strengthening of Combest visited Mr. N. C. Italian positions in the Adige McKinley and family, near valley. Campbellsville, recently. Mr. Jesse Bryant and family Maupin & Co., will move their visited at the home of Mr. Lusaw in a few days, to Goodins ther Maupin Sunday. cross roads to saw a set of logs Mrs. T. J. Bryant is not near for Mr. Grasham. so well this week. Mr. Geo. Stevenson and wife, Mrs. Valeria Montgomery and Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Stevenson daughter, Miss Ruth, and Masand children visited- Mr. and ter Dud Bolin, spent last SaturMrs. J. H. Barger last Sunday day with her aunt, Mrs. T. J. week. Bryant and family. " Miss Idell Sims, of Owensby, Miss Ruby Bryant is not so Russell county, spent last week well. visiting her - uncle mnd aunt, Mr. Millard Young has been quite and Mrs. J. H. Barger. sick for several weeks. Mr. Solomon McKinley and Miss Flora Ke arris, who has-be- en daughter,- Miss Addie, are visit confined with a crippled ing Mr. N. A. McKinley and foot, is better. family, Campbellsville. Mrs. Nettie Bryant spent a Felix McKinley and wife visitday recently with her niece, Mrs. ed at Campbellsville Saturday Sallie Bryant and Sunday. Mrs. Eula Stevenson is spendMr. Lawrence Montgomery ing a few days with bar parents and family visited Mr. Reeves here. She seems to be slowly regaining her health. and family Sunday week. Ozark. - mm' front. -