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Last Thursday afternoon at 3:30 Miss Mattje Young, one of the best loved and most attractive young women of J,he Zion neighborhood, became the bride of Mr Henry Moore, a popular young farmer of near Cane Valley. The ceremony was impressively by Bev. Z. T. Williams at the borne of the bride's parents. The guests were gracefully received by Miss Mary Young, a sister of the bride and Miss Tho.masine Garnett, and ushered into the home made beautiful by a profusion of wild flowers. In the parlor a rainbow scheme was artistically carried out and the bride and groom stood beneath a beautiful arch of foliage and wild flowers. The bride looked her lovliesfc in a becoming blue coat suit as did also her maid of honor, Miss Allye Garnett. Mr. Moore and his best man, Mr. Bollin Cundlff, wore conventional black. Misses Eva Murrell, Buth Upton, Lois Holladay, Julia Lloyd, May Upton and Avis Tupman were the attractive bridesmaids. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Moore accompanied by Miss Alive Garnett and Mr. Bollin Gundlff, Miss Mary Ycung and Mr. John Smith, and "Miss Julia Lloyd and Lewis Young, left for the home of the groom, where a sumptuous supper was served. As proof- of their popularity the young couple received a number of handsome presents. pro-rjounc- ed - The Recital. My Birthplace. At Presbyterian Church. Enjoyable Afternoon. The house described by this writer The recital by the pupils of Mrs. Bay Montgomery and Miss Alice Walk- is the old Cartwlght home at Glen-viller was held last Friday night at the One summer while visiting my High School Gymnasium before an ungrandfather, my uncle took me to a usually large audience. The feature of the program was the small village to visit my birthplace declamatory contest which was won I found it to be a large, by Miss Eva Walker. Her interpreta- frame house, setting back a. short distion of "The Swau's Song" was ex- tance from the road, and presenting a ceptional and she held her audience very forlorn, neglected appearance. with her charm and naturalness. The Standing guard over the" entrance two other contestants for the medal were two giant locust trees, nodding presented by Prof. W. M. Wilson were and whispering together of ihe ghosts Miss Allene Montgomery, who recited of the past. A stone walk: led up to a "The Lost Word," by VanDyke, and small portico'that was overrun with Miss Katharine Nell, who gave "Cig- vines, while on either side, under the iroijifeiS&indows, were remnants of for- arette's Ride." e)i1Jower beds. The front yard, Another interesting nunber wasthe m 'Cotila- hardly be called a, lawn, was recitation of "Little Boy Blue" by Louise Eowe, accompanied at the grown over with crab grass and field daisies, and one side had even developpiano by Carrie Grisaom. i program con. ed a blackberry patch. The remainder of the sisted of piano solos, duets and trios As I stood in the quiet summer aftby Marshall Paull, Marie Bradley, ernoon listening to the gentle' murmur Mabel Rosenbaum, Carrie Grissom, of the trees, and gazing uponithe scene Mary Summers, Corinn&Breeding, Eva before me, all the memories of the stories mother had told me of the past, Walker, and Boberfc Carroll. came crowding back upon me. Walking slowly up the walk, parted the I have a nice cottage for rent. vines, and stepped upon the portico. W. F. Cartwright. 28tf From here to the back of the house ran a large hall. The scene from the Examinations. back door showed the ruins of the old The examination for Common School chimney, directly at the left, but beDiploma will be held at the County yond that was an orchard, a beautiful, Superintendent's office on the second peaceful orchard that rolled gently toFriday and Saturday in May, (May 12 ward the creek in the distance Walking around on the other side, I and 13.) Applicants will furnish their found a gigantic sycamore tree, under own paper and pencils and pay the usual fee of $1.00. The Common School which mother had spent many a joyful Diploma entitles the holder to free hour. Continuing my. walk,-- stopped Farmers and Timber Men. under the locust trees, and gazing out tuition in the County High School. upon the hills beyond, tried to listen Until further notice we are paying Tlje white teachers' examination to what the old family sentinels had the following prices for second growth will be held at the Columbia Graded to tell me, and as I listened, my shoulsplit black jack spokes, delivered on School building on May 19th and 20th, ders grew straighter, and my head our yard, in Columbia, By.: beginning at 8 o'clock, a. m., each higher and I was glad proud that I On heart 2fx2J in depth, 30 inches day. Applicants will have tablets and had been born a Kentuckian. Oma Winfrey, long, S15.00 per thousand. composition books furnished them at Louisville, Ky. These spokes must be free from de- 5 cents per copy. No certificate will fects, such as worm holes, nots and be granted to persons of immoral chard Attention. sun shake, and no more than acter or to any one who smokes cigasap. This timber must ehow a rettes. No use of tobacco in any form good wide growtli. For further in- will be allowed on the grounds. I am in heed of ready cash. Shrt formation call on Tobias Huffaker, S. S. A. C. accounts make long friends. This 23 2t. E G. Wethington, means you. D. M. Moore, Lost A tie pin at Lindsey-Wilso- n Columbia, By. 27-Garlin, Ky. or between there and my home. Will 'A Case of Suspension" and "Just pay reward. The pike from here to the Taylor Plain Dot" drew a large audience to Sandidge Allison. county line is in a fearful condition the Graded School Gym last WednesNext Monday will be the opening of and gets worse daily. The county can day evening. Every body was well piece of road Knot afford paid for the trip up the hill, as the the Adair circuit court, and evidently longer go to let this without work, and as it is play, which was given by pupils of the there will be a very large crowd in Fiscal steps hands different grades, was full of amuse- town.' There are a great many of our in the be of the once toCourt, better its taken at ment, all the actors being in fine trim Adair county patrons who are behind should we; condition. The longer trie delay the for entertaining The audience was on our subscription books, and cost to Do not kept in an uproar during the whole of need every cent that is due us We more it willand talk repair; it. improveabotit'iits Bit around the play, and compliments of the act- are paying about- 30 per cent, more for ment, put, go to work and; (accomplish ing were freely given. Misses Ewing blank paper now- than we were three "fou are charging toll something, and Akers, teachers, deserve credit for months ago. which adds, greatly to over it, and.there is a kick1 from every the perfect manner each performer our former expenses', hence we must body who travels it, collect in order to meet our obligaacted his or her part. tions. Every subscriber who is behind I will be in Columbia Monday, 1 will be in Columbia Monday, knows it, and. this notice should be May 1 5th, for the purpose of May 5th, for the purpose of sufficient for them $ to come forward buying mules. 1 4 1 -- 4 to 1 4 3-- 4 and pay. buying mules, 1 1to 14-3-- 4 e: - The Baccalaureate sermon of the Columbia Graded and High School was preached last Sunday at the Presbyterian church by Bev. D. M. Sweets, D. D., of Louisville. His remarks to the graduating class were appropriate and helpful. The people of Columbia were glad of the opportunity to hear Dr. Sweets, who is the editor of the Christian bserver, and were greatly pleased with his sermon. Special music was furnished by the choir. The graduating class includes Misses Buth Hamilton, Minnie Ingram, Nannie Faulkner, Virginia Coffey, Mary Biggins and Mr. Paul Hamilton. Ninety Eight Years Old. Miss Allene Nell entertained a num ber of little girls Saturday afternoon in honor of the Misses Bell, of Bed Lick, who were visiting Mrs. ZoraEowa Those present were: Mary Zora BelL Marshall Paull, Frances Browning and Lucile Win frey. The hours from 3 to 'were spent in games, and at 4:30 Mrs. Nell called the girls in the parlor and served refreshments. Misses Bell and Paull played several pieces on the piano that were enjoyed by all, and the little folks did beautifully when leaving, expressing so nicely their appreciation of the afternoon. l, - The Debate. I There was an interesting discussiorr on a live subject, in the Lindsev- Wllson Chapel last Friday evening. The speakers were Bobert Willis and Ira Powers for the C. D. S., and David Vance and J. A. Vire for the F. L. S. mind is active. Thursday following Eld. Z. T. Williams, Jno. W. Flowers her birthday she visited her nieces, and G B Smith were the Judges and Mrs. Margaret Tucker and Mrs Kin-ni- e decided in favor of the F. L. S.the Murrell, spending one and a half negative. hours in social converse. Mrs. Dohoney relates incidents of long ago in Monday, May 15, is the day set for yoa an interesting manner, and keeps up with the local happenings about Co- to bring your mules to Columbia if yoa lumbia. She is the, oldest lady in wish to sell them. Mr "Willis Page, of Adair county. Frank Tolliver. Sparkesville, is a few years her senior, being 102, and Mr. N, B. Dohoney, For Sale. who lives near Milltown, a relative by marrjage, being ninety-six- . There Our three houses and lots. One loare a" few other persons in Adaiar cated on Bomar Heights, with one county who are close to ninety, and acre of ground. The other two in there are many who are from 84 to White City. Also 10 acres of timbered land. Now we want to sell and now 87. is your opportunity, if you want property in town We will sell at a barBring your mules to Columbia gain. Season for selling want to go on the first day of Circuit Court to Indiana. For further information if you want to sell them. call on T. G. Basner & Sons. Frank Tolliver. Easter Dohoney, who is the mother of Messrs. J. P., J. C , and w. T. Dohoney and Mrs. Nannie Flowers, years old last Tueswas ninety-eigh- t day. She is in fine health and her Mrs. 20-2- one-thir- - "Clean Up" is Mogan. The State Board of Health has is sued a proclamation designating the week beginning Monday, May 8th, as " in Kentucky. The proclamation urges every family, teach er, owner and occupier of property to gather and burn all refuse on their premises, especially in back yards and cellars. The Board of Health especial ly urges the installation of septic tanks in sections not reached by sewers. "Clean-up-week- Farmers end Timber Men. ,. " 2t Until further notice we are paying the following prices for second growth split black jack spokes, delivered on our yard, in Columbia, Ky: On heart 2fx2j in depth, 30 in.Les long, S15.00 per thousand. I J 4 -4 hands, good foot and bone 4 to 9 years old. C. L. Pemberton. There will be no preaching at the Presbyterian Church next Sabbath morning, but at four o'clock there will be a special Mother's Day service. The sacrament ofBabtism will also be administered. All the mothers of the church are urged to be present, especially those whose children are on the Cradle Boll. Any parents having children to be baptized are invited to bring them to this service. The Christian Endeavor Society will follow at once after the benediction. This service will take the place of the night service. All are invited. acci-iera- Mules Wanted. will be in Columbia on the first day of Circuit Court to buy I hands, good foot and bone, 4 to 9 years old. C. L. Pemberton. Old Nat mules. Will buy all classes. Brown. These spokes must be free from defects, such as worm holes, nots and sun shake, and no more than one-thisap. This timber must show a good wide growth. For further information call on 28 2t. E. G. Wethington, Columbia, Ky. I have on bands some buggy wheels and tops, backs and ' cushions. Come x Mr. P. N. Sherrill,' who1 lives at r, quick for a bargain.has had fine luck fishing this " F. Eubank. j. Up to the present he has season. caught thirty-fiv- e perch, six of them weighing three pounds each. He Colored Examination: fished with a reel. Besides the perch he has caught, five catfish, measuring The examination for colored teach- from 18 to 22 inches. He states that ers will be held at the Columbia Grad- fiish are very plentiful In the river, ed School building on May 26th and and sports who want to meet with suc27th, and the same ruling and regula- cess should visit his section, set upon, tions will apply to that examination the banks of the river, with good live " as to the one for the whites. minnows, and success is assured. Respectfully. At Cosh Tjobias Huffaker, A. C. S. rd . T?i . Ab-she- - 28-3- Frank Tolliver. The 30th of this month will be decoration day. It is the custom of the people of Columbia and vicinity to assemble in the cemetery, about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, have exercises, an address and music, and place flowers upon the graves of their loved ones. The Cemetery Committee should, in due time select some one to deliver the address, and in the meantime all the graves should be put in good .con' dition. . The famous Old Nat Brown will make the present season at my barn, three miles South of Columbia. Fee, ten dollars to insure. Also, have a young Jack."" Fee, Seven dollars to insure. Care.taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should they occur. J. Press Miller. 26-4- t. Mr. George Jesse, who is a well For Sale: a good kitchen range for e borer, happened to a very serious day last week. He :gotv his moa or coal, also a heating stove 'for'! R. V. Chapin. hand caught in the machinery, mash- wood. ing it very badly, breaking several bones and cutting the middle finger nearly off. It will be some time before he can use his hand. 27-2- about Mr. Collins, of Glensfork, getting his leg broke by being kicked by aeolt, it should have been G. W. Collin instead of G. M. Collins. Mr. Collias Is a son of Mr. T. F. Collins, of this place. He is reported improving. la the article published last week it n-v- . If jou are in see ye money, of a pump I can 1 P. Bush and family were Bev. b Born, to the wife of E. L. Sinclair, returning from the creek last Monday evening, when the pony they were Monday morning, a still born child. The Baccalaureate sermon for Lindsey-will be preached by Bev, Wilson driving became frightened and ran Eggs for Sale. away demolishing the buggy. They A. P. Lyon at the Methodist Church next Sunday forenoon. There will be Mr. Campbell Hutchison, who is a were all thrown from the buggy, but White Wyandotte eggs for sale, at special music. fortunately none were seriously hurt. ; driver for the Bapid Transit Compa 75 cents per setting of 15. Mrs. W. E. Harris, Mr. Jas. T. Page has had the double ny, got badly hurt at Campbellsville Bennett &nith are handtiig ice aid last Thursday afternoon. He was load' Columbia, Ky. porch in front of his residence almost made new, which adds to the appear- ing some fertilizer from a bos car on will, fir nlsh the temi dor;! the caught soaker. One ceitf je$.Mn3. or The Trustees of ail the different edto truck, and in some way-go- t ance of the building. between the car and truck as the, train $1.60 per block. ucational divisions will please meet at 26-2- 1 Columbia, in the court house, on tba. The folio w.lngTHSes will be tried at started. He was carried to a hetel first Saturday la June at 10 a. m.. for this term of court: Misdemeanors, where he yet remains. His injury is The Graded School will close Friday hhelpurpose of selecting teachers. 55; felony, 12; ordinary cases 15; equity Internal, but it is hoped that he will O. - Three months ago if a person could have looked into the future, telling what old junk would be worth at this time, he could have made a, great many dollars by picking up old copper, brass, zinc, gumshoes, etc, as it brings good money per pound. This office has sold forty dollars worth to Mr. Sam Lewis that was considered worth less. This does not include old type and metal, as we knew that it had a value. Capt. Dan Shoher, of the Salvation Army, Louisville, made his annual visit to Columbia last week. He visited nearly every home in the town, many contributing to the cause he represents. He carries a cornet with him and while here he rendered a number of solos, upon the square. He also, in company with Mr. Walter Sullivan, visited Cane Valley, meeting and playing with the band at that place. While here he visited the two schools, the Lindsey-Wilso-n and Graded Schools, speaking at each institution. There were many kindly' expressions of him and his work. i I have sis new binders (Deering) which I will sell at actual cost. 18-3- m J. H.Phelps, Jamestown, Ky. r circuit court will commence next Monday. The civil docket is about up to the average. There are a number of felony cases docketed, and if the parties are before the court, ready for trial, the term will continue the full two weeks. The-Adai- V . T. E. Waggoner, merchant at this place, has accepted the agency for the ' Globe Tailoring Company, one of the very best. If you want a "Buit madejln. , t style, call at Mr. Wsggeaarfeir . t; atore. i&JX the-latte27-2- - S. F. Eubank. cases, 81. recover. 0f this week. ' Toblaf Hoffaker, Sapfc. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Now according to Atlas, this The Negro Soldiers. man was a great .hand to do anypower for his friends, Sim Flinders is having his thing in his Our negro soldiers are giving and it so happened one day that a good account of themselves in bottomed, as he gets tired chair of sitting on the fence all the there was an open air meeting the Mexican" trouble. In fact, of the citizens to take up the they are standing out conspicutime. project of straightening a very ously and receiving a great deal The Blind Man reports busicrooked creek, and after hearing of nraise. For it has been the ness improving in his line and is difficult problem, this man Tenth regiment of cavalry ,""a regigetting another tune for his the up got and advised all of them ment composed wholly of negroes, hand organ and enlarging his to go home and go to bed, that with the exception of its officers, tin cup. when they got up the next that has been atthe front all of Miss Hostetter Hocks, who morning the creek would be has done nearly everything to straight. And they all did as the time attract attention, has now cut the big man suggested, and the It was a detachment of this Tenth cavalry that had the fight off the bottom of her skirt. big man went down to the mouth with the Villistas, in which sixty 8-- 1 Fit Smith, who got mad and of the creek, caught hold, of the of the bandits were killed, and left home forever a few days end of it and gave it a big pull ago, bought a middling of meat and the creek stretched out as when it was reported Villa got yesterday and will start married straight as-- a string. The talk his wound. So it must have been tractor 'true. a negro who had the honor to life over again. THAT'S its own A Mogul fuel6 bill kerosene as comof Atlas was enjoyed by all and shoot the leader of as murderous saving, price in Sidney Hocks, who swore off was not doubted as he is one of gang of bandits gasoline tractor. pared with a as was ever a from all his meanness the first the trustees. Until April 1st the price remains at $675 cash turned loose upon a community. of the year, has got so far bef. o. b. Chicago. Fortunate early purchases of ma. All of which is here stated sim hind with his smoking and cuss Watch Child's Cough. terial still allow you this low figure. After April 1st ply that the colored man may ing that it will take him several the price will be $725, same terms. He has a hard Colds, running of nose, continued ir- have his due. months to catch up. is by far the most ecoAt either price the Mogul 6 ritation of the mucous membrane if time of it as a general proposi nomical tractor because it operates pn cheap, common kero.Cricket Hicks says it looked neglected may mean Catarrh later. tion-- , in receiving credit. Where sene or coal oil. Gasoline to run the gasoline tractor costs like everything is arranged about Don't take the chances do some- one race so completely dominates over 100 per cent more than the kerosene a Mogul 6 right. For instance the onion thing for your child! Children will a country as the white man domwill use. Which is best for you? eating season comes at the same not take every medicine, but they will inates this one, other races, in You know what gasoline costs you, and you know what you pay for kerosene. Figure it out yourself, or see your time of the year that people be- take Dr. King's New Discovery and the minority, do not always redealer. This is a saving you can't afford to miss. gin to raise their windows. without bribing or teasing. Its a ceive the praise to which they Miss Flutie Belcher has order sweet pleasant Tar Syrup and so ef are often entitled. International Harvester Company of America ed a new pair of white stockings fective. Just laxati ve enough to elimSo far as it goes in numbers, (Incorporated) on account oilthe war in Europe. inate the waste poisons. Almost the the American army is the equal, Raz Barlow is thinking of first dose helps. Always prepared, no if not the superior of any army Mogul keroseno tractors are sold by "joining the army. He would mixing fussing. Just ask Paull Drug on earth. Certainly the average make a good soldier, having al- Co., fffr Dr. King's New Discovery. American soldier is the equal if CO., ready had considerable experi- It will safeguard your child against se- not the superior of the average Columbia, Kentucky. soldier of any other country. ence in shooting at people. rious ailments resulting from colds. Our blacksmith, who is none Adv. They are as well trained, as intelligent, as courageous, as any PHONE; JCumb. Alain 9 141 Rates other than Dock Hocks, says it's fHome City 2291 Acres for Homesteads. set oi men on eartn. rney are easy for a preacher to keep his undergoing hardships in Mexico religion, having nothing else to "SAFETY FIRST" Farm and Fireside tells us that without complaint. They are efdo, but that if he had had to shoe mules in fly time, he would measures looking to giving the fective in every way, and the is figuring in the have to swap places with the states some 30,000,000 acres of colored-soldipending andthat general average, and keeping up public lands are congregation every week. "In the Heart of Louiiville" is good chance that some his end of the average. Clab Hancock, who has been there raising a corn crop on Musket of these will pass, now or in some The colored soldier is peculiar- TELEPHONES IN CONVENIENCES Ridge every year, will plant it future session. There are also ly fitted for the contest in Mexi, pending various measures to perco. In the first place, he likes this year in the Gimlet EUROPEAN PLAN mit homesteads of areas up to the warm weather, and can stand where he won't have 420 and even 640 acres to be taken warmer temperatures than the Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th Louisville, Ky. to be bothered with so many up, in the remaining public lands, white man. He is more at home suggestions from people who e on the theory that the in Mexico, if you please, and tive Mann's criticism of Mr. Wilhave been reading from papers. tion about the President's note homestead is tod small, in semi-ari- d when the day's march is done, son's diplomatic course: would have been proof sufficient The clerk in the dry goods regions, to be a working in- he is in better physical condition " 'Jim Mann is a disgrace to to Republicans that the Demostore at Tickville has taken his dustrial unit. than the white man. As for the the Republican party and should party contained all of the spring and summer stand in the ''People who have ideas of 'go- glamor of war, appealsto the be imDeached on the motion of cratic it fools. It seems to be proof to front door, where he will be ing West " we read, "and tak colored man. The very rhythm a Republican. ' many Republicans that when pleased, to meet his many friends ing up a homestead, alter tne of the march is music to his ears. "Mr. Mann is the official Re- the Republicans elevated Mann and customers, while he plays fashion of our forefathers and The military trappings suits-hi- m publican wasp in the larger to leadership proved that the with the awning rope and stops grandfathers in the decades after in every respect. His loyalty to chamber of Congress. He is an Republican it party contained oththe girls that pass by there for the Civil war, should keep their his white officers is inspiring. So experienced and acute parlia- er fools than Mann. no other reason. eyes on legislation looking to he goes along in the man hunt as Atlas Peck, who ranks next to giving away vast areas of the happy and carefree as if he were mentarian; since his appearance It is strange and to the ReWild Onion .school teacher public domain. A long list of gathering blakberries, and sings in Washington at the opening of publicans humiliating that an the fifty-fiftCongress he has individual who so spectacularly in the way of Jbrains, made a bills have been introduced, and his soulful melody when others the talk before the scholars at the some favorably reported, giving are too tired to sing. Dayton accumulated a great store of made a fool of himself upon the knowledge of the rules. He occasion of the President's note Wild Onion school house Friday to the States great ereas of the Daily News. probably knows as much as was recently spoken of seriously evening and dwelt at length on public lands, to be disposed y Hinds's Precedents itself; his as a candidate for the Republithe possibilities of the imagina- them to raise funds for road- The Aches of House Cleaning. admirers assert that- - John J. can nomination for the Presidention, which, when analyzed, building, education, and other inti- - cy. His assertion that the Pres means that when a person lets purposes. Tne-- western b tares The pain and soreness caused by Fitzgerald has not a more and straiding mate acquaintance with the pro ident delivered an ultimatum to imagination run away with are making determined efforts to bruises, his during house cleaning time are soothis Germany because he was a him he leaves the straight and get great slices of the Govern- ed away by Sloan's ILiniment. No cedure of the House. This by and a hater of truth and jumps ment's lands turned over to them, need to suffer this agony. Just apply disputed vigorously, however, narrow road of the Dutch has rendered his the fence into the field of doubt. and not a few public men from Sloan's Liniment to the sore spots, Representative busiboom as dead as a Scotch hercourse of his well States which contain no public rub only a little. In a short time the friends. But Mr. Mann's During the pain leaves, you rest comfortably and ness is to be continuously, unin- ring. Nobody has committed chosen remarks, Atlas stated lands are inclined to favor the enjoy sleep. One gratea used scheme. They think the States ful user refreshing"Sloan's Liniment is terruptedly, fanatically partisan, political suicide in a single senthat his writes: diligent worker. tence more strikingly than Mann. to tell of a man who was several, on the whole know better how worth its weight in gold." Keep a and he is a high spot of Mr. Mann's He would not have been elected "The any to get the best . development of bottle on hand, use it against all Sore hundred times larger than President, or nominated, but he body else and was just as strong their lands than Washington ness, Neuralgia and Bruises. Kills legislative career is the Ad 'white slave act' that bears his would have remained a prominent pain. 25c at Paull Drug Co. - was no as he was large. Theredoes." name. It is a futile and meddle- and popular party leader had he mi house big enough for him, so he some enactment, chiefly useful not "burst out" with a contempRheumatism. in a large cave and White Slave Mann. to blackmailers, in it is regis tible and idiotic criticism of the then his feet stuck out and got If you are troubled with chronic or tered the final attainment of an President's widely popular atticold. He said this man had a muscular rheumatism give Chamberoutburst or nyatena. it con tude toward Germany's subma very bad temper at times and lain's Liniment aT trial. The relief James R. Mann, tha from pain which it affords is alone House leader, is getting tributes materially to bring the rine activities. when he ate four or five steers worth many times its cost. Obtain-bl- e roaseted by newspapers of law of the land into contempt. for supper and they didn't agree Adv, at'Paull Drug Co. every political faith as a result The essential parochialism of Pills Best fr Liter with him during the night, he get up the next morning Fire, supposed to have been of his now famous criticism of this measure gives a fair index Because they contain the best liver would last note 'to Gerout of sorts and would go out started by a careless use of the President's not surprising to of the breadth of its author's medicines, no matter how bitter or many. It is mental outlook, and its provisand pull up several trees by the matches completely destroyed a see the Philadelphia Record and ions adequately reveal his intel- nauseating forthe sweet sugar coating roots, or "Upset a pond or two, barn and its contents at the FeeCourier-Journhides the taste. Pr. King's New Life joining pens and grab mules by the tail and ble Minded Institute. Several thedamn him, but look what the lectual limitations. If anybody Pills contain ingredients that pub the to wants to know Jim Mann of Illislam them against the ground. small boys had been sent to the liver working, move the bowels freely. New York Sun "hands" him: But on the other hand, when, he barn to get some feed and it is "President Wilson has re- nois let him read this law." "Na gripe, no nausea, aid digestion. was feeling good he was in fine thought that they were smoking Had Mann: been a Democrat Just try bottle of. Dr. King's Mew ceived from twb nSembera of the humor and some times would and dropped a lighted match. Chicago bar the subjoined tele- and the President a Republican Life Pilte aad nsttee how much better laugh so loud all the neighbors Loss, $3,000, covered, by insur gram, inspired by Representa- such an utterance as his declara you feel. 36c at Paull Drug Co. Adv thought it was an earthquake. ance. Hogwallow 'News. -- Mogul 6 Saves Its OwnPrice In Fuel Bill Reduction 8-1- 8-1- 8-1- , JEFFRIES HARDWARE 50-75-1.- 00 er Hotel Waticins ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODE- RN creek-bottom- 160-acr- h of-b- -- over-exertio- n I Fitzerald's Scotch-Presbyteri- an great-grandfath- er so-call- slept v -- -- al THE. ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS -- Some Queer Ones. $.1,000,000.00 FOR A NEW STOMACH aulti-mfllionair- es On The Battle Front?. Kt$ Here -- Come (n-- See ft Strong man so effusive in shakIt is said that one of America's best known ing hands with girl in San Frana man who ruined his digestion in the pursuit of wealth stated that cisco her shoulder was dislocated. he would pay a million dollars for a new ;tomach. Because eggs are $1.50 a dozen But, while surgeons Tiave become very - countries congress skillfnlin performing, operations that were in some waconce considered impossible, nobody has will increase the salaries .of con- 'topped forward and offered to sell his stomach to that millionaire. Your stomach i3 worth more than a to you. It sulates there. is LIFE to you. Spanking on the proper spot is This millionaire's stomach is so ruined by abuse that it can never be made "as good as good for babies, but sugar and rew" by anjr medicine. But YOURstomach, properly aided bare legs are injurious, a Har- ftormal condition.NOW can be restored to its If YOU suffer from indigestion, "heartvard expert declares. burn," gas in stomach, foul breath, sense of fullness after eating, will Wild man caught in Kansas so act NOW instead ofsour stomach, and yol delaying longer, calloused from going barefooted can get PROMPT relief. DR.THACHER'S he scratches matches on bare Liver and Blood Syrup soles of feet. will set your stomach right, and do it quickly. Cows wear one piece dresses It will stimulate and regulate your liver, which supplies bile to the stomach. It will on Sir Francis Webster's Texas thus provide the stomach with JUST WHAT NEEDS ranch, each having two hemp ITdigestion in order to do its wonderful work more perfectly. of If will lubricate your bowels, and cause suits (without lingerie) a week. them to move naturally and gently. It will whole digestive "Workshop" into Because she wants streets in get yourorder, cleanse oil up "machinworking it, the front of her home repaired, Mrs, ery," strengthen it and you'll be AMAZED by the change. S. E. Holcomb is running for Your appetite will improve. Food will taste OUUD to you. Ihere will be no more mayor of Rapid City, S. D., and discomfort or pains. You'll feel STRONGER. worth the living. says if elected, the street sure Life will be better give your stomach the reDO IT NOW million-dollar- s The conference between Gen. Scott and Gen. Obregon has amounted to nothing so far. The Mexicans demand a date set for the withdrawal of the United States troops and this the President has not instructed Gen. Scott to consider. The Mexican General is again claiming as a basis for the withdrawal that Villa is dead. The situation is very acute. Maj. General Townstiend has "1 sarrendered at for lack of provisions to sustain Kut-El-Ama- ra i will be. When asked if a man of seventy-tCOMPANY, wo could run a fire depart- THACHER MEDICINE Chattanooga, Tennessee. ment properly, Chief Doane of For Sale By Page & Hamilton. Plainfield, N. J., replied, "Look at me; I do!" and refused to reRussian Troops in France. sign after fifty years a fireman. " lief it is calling for, before you are like the millionaire, whose stomach is now BEYOND REPAIR. Dealers sell 50c and S1.00 bottles. Labor Conditions. There are many strikes going in Eastern cities, despite the fact that labor conditions in the last year or two have improved materially. Organized labor received more in the year ending with May 1 in increased wages, shortening of hours and legislation than ever before in its history, according to officials of the American Federation of Labor. Wage advances were general the country over in virtually every line of industry and laws benefitting labor were put on the statute books of every State in the Union except five. Wage increases were, greatest in the metal trades, many of which were stimulated by war orders. Cotton manufacturing was the only main industry which did not grant substantial increases. The metal trades, too, claimed the greatest number of strikes during the year, though many plants, increased the pay of their men and cut working hours voluntarily. One benefit brought by the in dustrial revival which labor officials consider as important as increases in wages was the effect on unemployment, which has disappeared within the past year. Obviously labor is doing pretty well at the present writing, and generally speaking, there seems little cause for dissatisfaction. VMostofthe strikes at present seem to be for the eight-hou- r day which, however, desirable it may be, could well afford to be postponed a little longer in the face of a situation that otherwise is unobjectionable. Frankfort State Journal. That a strong force, of Russian troops should have been sent to France is amazing. But why Russians and not British? Why are Russian troops brought clear from Eastern Europe when a few miles away across the English Channel, are hundreds of thousands of British soldiers who have not yet been under fire? Great Britian has raised an army 3,500,0007 and by compulsory service is increasing it rapidly. Is it so paralyzed by the fear ot a German invasion of England that it dare not exert its strength in rendering aid to "France? The British military policy of procrastination is to day the most puzzling aspect of "the war. For the past twenty months Russia has been under constant attack by Germany and Austria and has suffered tremendous losses. By comparison, in Flanders and France, at Gallipoli and Mesopotamia, Great Britian'S losses have been relatively, light. If Russia can move troop3 for its ally's sake to the western front it must be from supreme confidence in its own ability to hold Germany and Austria in check from the Baltic to Balkans and drive home its campaign against the Turks in the Caucasus. It is an ominous event for Germany that the Russian army has disembarked at Marseilles. That may not immediately change the course of the war but it demonstrates that, though France may be bleeding at every vein and though Great Britian may de bate and delay aggressive action, Russia's armies are constantly replenished and n6 enterprise is too great for it to undertake in a spirit of loyalty to its allies. his army. Before surrendering -to the Turks he destroyed all of his guns and ammunition. The . siege lasted for 147 days and the number of troops surrendered amounted to 10,000. A British battleship was sunk 3 horse power $66.00; 6 horse power $119.00 and othby a mine with the loss of 143" ers in proportion, all F. 0. B. Factory. They use men. This is thirteenth battle- cheap grade of Coal Oil or Gasoline if you prefer. ship the English have lost since Why use gasoline when oil is so cheap. See one in operation on in The News Ofthe war began. fice. If you want an Engine call on The rebellion in Ireland is about over after 100 were killed including a number of EDglish KT5T. officers. In Dublin the rebels have surrendered in large numbers over 700 being prisoners in eluding an Irish Countess" who dressed as a man took part in the fighting. Insure your floors and furniture against wear and The French regard the battle shabbiness by covering of Verdun as won and report them withHanna's Lustro-Pinisthat the Germans are moving the finish "Made-to-Wamany of their heavy guns from On." that front with the view of an attack on the English in Flanders. It will surprise youhow French troops on the' offensive at quickly it can Dead Man's Hill have captured restore soiled several trenches. The battle of floors, renew worn furVerdun lasted for nearly two niture, brighten up months and the failure of the woodwork, etc. Germans to capture it, after You'll say its the enormous losses, is regarded as handiest thing you great setback to the Teutonic have ever had about The New Type "Z" Fairbanks Morse FARM ENGINE For Farms, Mills or Shops. CHEAP OIL -- PATTESON, J. F. COLUMBIA, QjT Floor and Furniture Insurance h, lk HANNAH allies. The second attempt of the Turks to take the offensive against the Russian armies in Asia Minor apparently has ended in failure, the Russian again sweeping westward, The Germans have lost -- another submarine. The conference between Emperor William and Ambassador Gerard, which lasted three days, was concluded and as a result news was flashed from Berlin that there would be no break between Germany and the United States. This is understood that Germany will agree to abandon its submarine warfare on passenger and merchant ships rath; er than sever diplomatic relations with the United States. The Carranza government was made to distinctly understand that the United States troops will not be withdrawn from Mexico and that no date will be set for their withdrawal. The purposes for which they entered Mexico must be accomplished whether Carranza's troops aid or the house. Hanna'sLustro-Fin-is- h. comes in all wood colors. U&E TO WALK ON" Easy to apply. Does not fade. J anttoueqail T 5TA!M...jAOK,.eu IH Mjpiicsnw U- HANNA PAINT MFG. - 2!rUMBUSPal.AOUlSVILLEi! SOLD BY JEFFRIES HOW. CO., in the city of Washington. Arthur took the presidential oath of office first in New York City John Ldams and Jefferson died on the same day, the Fourth of July, 1826, and Monroe died on the Fourth of July, five years later. John Quincy Adams was a Representative and Andrew Johnson, a Senator in Congress t COLUMBIA, KENTUC KY Do You Know That. Walking is the best exercise and the cheapest? The United States Public Health Service administers typhoid vaccine gratis to Federal employes? A little cough is frequently che warning signal of tubercu-osis- ? Bad teeth and bad tonsils may idential term?, and both died be the cause of rheumatism? Unpasteurized milk frequently while holding those offices. Tyler spreads disease? was a Representative in the Condwelling lends federate Congress from Virginia The but to the grave? and died in office Moderation in all things prolongs, life? after the expir.-.tio-n of their pres- -- air-tig- ht resist in the movement Presidential Pointers. i V A FEW " WF DROPS BOUFIBQH The careless spitter is a public danger? keep on' hands a fall stock of and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. .Prompt service night or day. Besldeoce - Phone 39, office I The Harkless family, who recently inherited an estate of Methodist Churches in England $177,000,000 are contemplating have not enough preachers Xo fill, pulpits on account of the nummoving from New York to ber fighting in the trenches. Washington's first inaugurala the drinttnz water tion was in New York,, and his IMs Hms Lay JUMzItgft Cores Roup Colds, Ckolera, second in Philadelphia. Adams Llmberneck Prevents Osc 50c botti saSss 12 was inaugurated in Philadelphia, gaUoai Of medietas. Vftla- and Jefferson and the Presidents gabk penHrr book free. following elected by the people, fTy jJBpP- IHHIt KMEBY CtantaftM. Kj. Sick-see- s. PiULTRY CURE coffins, caskets, ; yJBr jJlfg - pione98. 4W yr J. F. Triptett, w "Colombia, Ky THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE The announcement-tthis effect was made m today's- army headquarters statement, which follows: - iss Adair County Hews Company tor between Armentieres and (Incorporated.) Arras there has been some lively "Western Theater: In the sec- CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. northwest of fighting. Near Souches and Lense there have e Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest f the City of Columbia and the people of Adair end adjoining conn ties. Entered at the Columbia 'class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION Post-offi- as second PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR WED. MAT. 10, 1916 Announcements. FOR CONGRESS. "We are authorized to announce that CHARLES P. MONTGOMERY, of Casey County, is a candi date to represent the Eighth District in the next Congress, subject to the Democratic primary to be held August 5, 3916. states, of thirty-fiv- e by the Republicans, Hughes, of New York, is decidedly in the lead for the Presidency, A few weeks ago Mr. Roosevelt was reported to be the choice of that Jn the poll party. WAR SITUATION The advance of the French in the district of Dead Man Hill, on the Verdun front, was continued during the night, the War office announced this afternoon. The gaines made yesterday were increased and consolidated. As a consequence of the French artillery preparation at Dead Man Hill yesterday, the statement says, two Germans surrendered, stating they were the sole survivors of the men in their trenches. Elsewhere west of the Meuse there was some fighting with artillery. An engagement with grenades occurred in Avocourt wood. In the region of .Vaux, east of the Meuse, there was an artillery encounter. French artillery destroyed a munition depot at Grande Dune, Belgium. The text of the statement follows: "In Belgium our artillery fire dismantled the works of the ene? my at Grande Dune, and caused the explosion of the depot of munitions. West of the river Meuse there has been a violent bombardment in all the sectors, together with fighting with gren-de- s in the woods of Avocourt. "As the night progressed we enlarged and consolidated the gains we made yesterduy at Dead Man Hill." Previous reports that the losses of the enemy were considerable have been confirmed. The preparatory fire of our artillery was particularly effective on the enemy. "East of St. Mihiel a strong reconnoitering party of the enemy came forward from its lines in an endeavor to occupy one of our positions not far from Apre-mon-t. French forces met the Germans and they were driven back. The night passed quietly on the remainder of the front. "A French aviator yesterday fling in the vicinity of Douau-momet in the air two German aeroplanes and engaged them in combat. One of the enemy machines fell to the ground while been some mine engagements and similar fighting near Neu-villNorthwest of Lense an attempt by the English to advance following some mine explosions failed. "In the sector of the Meuse the artillery fire on both sides increased with great violence during the evening and was exceptionally violent in the night. A French attack against our positions on the slopes to the west of Dead Man Hill were repulsed. To the southwest of the hill the enemy obtained a foothold in one of our adcanced posts. "Of several enemy aeroplanes which dropped bombs this morning upon the garden of the Royal Castle of Ostend, one was shot down in the aerial battle near Middelkerke. The pilot, a French officer, was killed. West of Lievin German guns brought down two enemy aeroplanes. In the district of Fort Vaux two French biplanes were put out of commission by our armies. f anti-aircra- ft this side of the Atlantic. Indeed the papers and magazines are. discussing the relatively small percentage of the dead and permanently incapaciated compared with total population and the figures of these losses are put at under 4,000,000. We have reason to believe, however,, that the real figures to date are more than twice four million. We make the following table from the best available foreign sources of the estimated number of persons called to arms in each country, the total causal-tie- s to date and the estimated dead and permanently incapacitated in these total losses are: Russia Enlisted, 20,000,000; casualties, 5,000,000; dead and incapacitated, 3,000,000. Germany Enlisted, 7,000,000; Casualties, 4,000'000; dead and incapacitated, 2,500,000. Australia Enlisted, 6,000,000. Casualties, 3,000,000; dead and incapacitated, 2,000,000. France Enlisted, 4,500,000; casualties, 2,500,000, dead and incapacitated, 1,500,000. British Enlisted, 4,500,000; casualties, 700.000; dead and incapacitated, 350,000. The above figures do not include the Italians, the Belgians nor the Serbians and Turks, which would add to the dead and incapacitated more than 300,-000. MOUNTAIN INTO. DARE 2978 his celebrated horse is mak ing the season at my barn, at Hatcher, Taylor County, and serves mares for the sum of $25.00 to insure a living colt. Mountain Dare is a beautiful bay with white stockings, 155 hands high, and weighs 1185 pounds. He was sired by Chester Dare No. 10, his dam was Dianh Rose No. 4316, second dam by Chester Dare. He was one of the leaders at the State and Blue Grass Fairs last year. One of his colts won championship at Madison Square Garden, New York, last year. Pasture furnished at $2 per month, feed grain at $7.50. per mo. -- The agreement reached by Gen-al- s Scott, of the United States, and Obregon, of Mexico, for the joint pursuit of Villa by American troops, has been ratified by President Wilson. The White House has not permitted any announcement to this effect to be made, but it was learned that just as soon as word is received that Carranza approves the pact this government will announce officially that it has also done so. It was learned on official authority that the "agreement does not set any time limit for the withdrawal of' the American troops. The wording of the pact is such that the American forces can remain in Mexico indefinitely unless Villa is either captured or killed or his forces effectively dispersed,and as soon as there are definite indications that America border towns are no longer in danger of raids. The agreement provides that the American commander in Mexico is to have free use of Mexican railways for transporting supplies to his troops. Real of the Mexican forces with the American troops is provided for in the agreement. Q. L. JONES, Hatcher, Ky. Russian casualties and deap are believed to be underestimatn Mr. and Mrs. Owen Cheatham, at this writing. ed. Mr. Page is of Picnic, visited Mrs. Thomas nearing the century mark. More than 40,000,000 men have Mr. Thompson Hays, who has been summoned to war in Europe Cheatham Sunday. " and of these, 15,000,000 have Mrs. W. T. Winfrey and son, f been confined to his room for been killed or wounded, more several years with a complication Robert, of Oklahoma, are visit- of diseases, is some than half ot whom are either better at this ing her mother, Mrs. Ed Young, writing. dead or incapacitated. The terrible earnestness of this struggle may be judged by the fact that all accounts agree that the spirit of both the French and the English is today more for war than ever before. It is said that if any man in London seriously proposed peace he woulcTbe hung to the nearest lampost. The French are crazy with war passion and demand not only success for their side, but revenge across the line. The fighting is at closer range than ever before. Rifles are of less importance; hand grenades and knives are the close range weapons and few prisoners are now taken. Cole Camp. Mr. George Aaron will teach the Wilson school this year. Mr. Aaron is an extra good,teacher, Mrs. Katie Vanzant, of Edmonton, and Messrs. Hollis and and we are glad to have him teach our school again. and other relatives, near Baker-to- n. Burnice Norris and sister spent Saturday night and Sunday at W. W. i Garlan. Norris'. Farmers all very busy plant- nt the other fled." Berlin, May 4, (via London, 3:31, p. m.) It is officially announced that the French have obtained a foothold in one of the German advance posts south of Dead Man Hill. -- It is understood that General Scott has pledged that the Mexican troops will be allowed to have every chance to kill or capture Villa. The American troops will give the Mexican forces their support, it is said, but will not attempt to' take the glory of cap turing Villa away from them. It is understood the White House will make public the text of the agreement just as quickly Miss Bettie Jane Irvin spent as it learns that Carranza has last week at her aunts, Mrs. Minratified it. nie Winfrey, Wheat crops look fine in this FRIGHTFUL STRUGGLE GOING ON community. " IN EUROPE. Mrs. J. W. Caughron, of Temple Hill, is visiting her son and We take the following statewriting. ment of the destruction of life daughter at this Misses Sallie and Lizzie Neath-er- y occasioned by the awful war now being waged In Europe from an were visiting at Mrs. Fletchexchange in order that our read- er's last Sunday. ers may form some idea of the Uncle Jim Morrison, who has horrible nature of the unprecebeen confined to bis room this dented conflict: The frightfulness of the Euro spring, with the grip, is aMe to pean struggle is little realized on be out again. The farmers in this neighborhood are busy planting corn. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sparks spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carlis Norris. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Caughron were visiting at Mr. W. M. Baker's last Sunday. Mrs. Bertie Baker and daughter. JKizzie, were shopping in Burkesville Wednesday. ing corn. Sparkesville. Sam Walkup, of this place, visited Mr. and Mrs. Louard BenAll our farmers are planting nett, of Columbia, last Saturday corn this week. There will un- and Sunday. doubtedly be the largest crop of Mrs. Ruth Reynolds and little corn planted this year than has daughter, Ruby, visited at Mrs. been known for years. S. C. Neat's Monday. Wheat is looking very good Mr. Alvin Rosson the Rugby and farmers are wearing a very scribe, was in our midst last Satbright smile. urday. We are glad to hear of the Miss Sophia Whee'ler was the guest, of Miss Lena Rows last work going on on the pike, will still be prouder when it reaches Sunday. this place. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Garmon visLuther Chapman bought from ited relatives at Toria last Sun- J. K. P. Dixon a house and lot day. at this place for $300. . Mr. Sam Esters, of Ruby, was We are glad to note that the in our midst last Saturday. work on the school house at this Mr. and Mrs. Willie Curry vis- place is to begin in a short time. ited Mr. Jim Rupe last Sunday. Miss Love Richards, who has Ruben Bohanon was unhar- typhoid fever, is reported as getnessing a mule of Ed Garner's ting along yery nicely. and the mule kicked him in the Our merchant, D. M. Moore, mouth knocking out two of his is having good trade at front teeth and loosening several this place. more and fracturing his upper Mr. James Young passed thru jaw bone. He is suffering very here Wednesday with a nice much and will not be able to bunch of cattle for the Bluegrass work for several weeks. market. Born, to the wife A surprise dinner was given at Page, the 30th, a fine girl. the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Mr. Elroy Roe and son were in Chapman on Sunday, April 30th, Columbia last Monday. it being Mr. Chapman's 60th Mr. and Mrs. Jim Royce, of birthday and Mrs. Chapman's Dirigo, visited relatives near this 49th birthday. There were 72 ' place last Snnday. present besides their own family. There was a singing at Bar-rod- s At an early hour in the day the Fork church last Sunday, neighbors and friends began to d conducted by Mack Gabbert. We arrive with baskets of had a nice time and good order. everything good to eat. The dinMr. Willis Page, who has been ner was spread in the yard and confined to his room for several every one present seemed to enyears with a complication of dis- joy it very much. AH reported eases and old age, is very feeble fa nice time. ry 1 well-fille- j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS From Iowa. 5 Practical Economy Baking powders made from alum or phosphate niay be bought for a trifle less Baking Powder, which is made-frocram of tartar, derived from grapes. C' Alum powders are not only cheap, but they differ greatly in leavening power. ;, If a cheap baking powder is used for a .fine cake and the cake turns out a failure "there is a vaste of costly materials worth more than a whole can of the cheap baking powder. - Royal Baking Powder produces the finest food, and bs use therefore, results in an actual saving. than-Royal -m Toledo, April 29, '16. Editor News: As this is a rainy- Sunday and I have, nothing to do I will try - ; to write again. I am very much pleased to see my letters printed in the Adair County News for it is the only paper. I read of another chance for Kentucky to win and it is a railroad going from Greensburg to Columbia, and I hope they get the road, for I believe it would help Kentucky, and I certainly would like to see it come to the We have always demonstrated to the readers of the Adair County News that we compete most successfully with the offerings of any catalogue house. Indeed in most instances our qualities are far superior and have cost no more that the inferior kind. Our store is known as the representative Carpet and Rug House Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spacious salesrooms have always expressed themselves most favorably about our stocks and prices. The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of Good Linoleum front. There are many railroads here. Great Northwestern runs thru Toledo out of Chicago and does great work. Some Sundays there ars as high as . twelve freights ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. go through here. So Iowa is a New York fine State, but not ahead of Kentucky in some ways. Well I am ready to plant corn and quite a few will plant this week Mrs. EllenJHolladay was quite sick if it quits raining. last week. How is Kentucky coming out Mr. Geo. A. Keltner and his granddaughter, Miss Bessie Keltner, who farming? Guess it is ahead of portion Mr. A. 0. Hill made his regular trip live in the Westernand Mrs. O. of the Iowa. I noticed in the Adair G. county, visited Mr. to Columbia last week. last week. County News where some have Sir. W. A. Yates, Edmonton, was We are informed that Mr. Bert already planted some corn and it here Thursday. brother of Mrs. James was in the letter from Knifley. has been. seriously ill at Mr. Ernest Smith, of Campbellsville, home whoMissouri, has so improved his as I don't know who writes from in was here Thursday. to be considered out of danger. Knifley, but hope they will write Mr. Wm. Butler's condition has not Miss Linnie Hutchison, daughter of was often as that is my home and I improved critical. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hutchison, night. Miss Winnie Dohoney, who has been taken seriously ill last Sunday we un- sure like to hear from there. Dr. Hindman was called and visiting in Louisville, returned home derstand that it will be necessary for Please tell me if the young man the patient to undergo an operation by the name of John Beard has last Thursday night. Mr. Clay ton B. Turner, Campbells-ville- i before she will recover. gotten himself an automobile yet? was here a few days since. If so I will be in sodn and take Mr. G. W. Brockman, Amandaville, Locals. a ride with him. was here the latter part of last week. Oh say, how was Easter in Mr. J. R. Sims, Lebanon, made a It Com' Kentucky? Dry, I guess. business trip to Columbia last Thurs- Program of Lindsey-Wilso- n was just fine here. Myself and day. mencement. my boy friends, Lacie and Clyde, Mrs- T. P. Martin, of Louisville, is took dinner with Mr. Abner visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Friday night, May 12, at 8 Woodrum and he said it cost D. Barbee, for a few weeks. contest for the Lyon ii uu pjLV( aim x uuu u uiajjuie il for a finer dinner never was set. Miss Gladys Conway, who makes her medal. home with her sister, Mrs. O. M. Sunday May 14, 11 a. m. Baccalau- We had music in the , afternoon , as his daughter is a fine musiYalley, is quite sick. at Cane reate Sermon by Dr. A. P. Lyon. Mr. D. T. Curd, Cave City, made Tuesday, May 16, 8 p. m. 'Music and cian. We ju3t had a good old his regular trip to Columbia and. out Expression recital of graduates. time Thursday, May 18, 8 p. m. Music in the county last week. Mr. Dan Bridge often tells me Mr. and, Mrs P N. Shirrell, of Ab and Expression recital. about going fox hunting over one sher, were shopping in Columbia last Friday, May 19, 8 p. m. Graduating of the hills from, Knifley, just Friday. exercises and Literary Address by Eev. above W. I. Ingram's farm, and Mr. W. L. Hicks and L. Paxton, lum- S. G. Shelley. he says he would like to be there ber dealers, of Greensburg, were here and go hunting again and as sure Dcn'tfail to see Greensburg and as the world stands and I can Saturday. play base ball next get money enough to come on I Mr. R. F. Paull spent several days Saturday 3 p. m. will be there, for there is no place of last week in Monticello. like Casey Creek for me. I Mr. Royce H. Skaggs, County AtJust a Little Fun. would give $5.00 if I was at a torney of Green, was here, from Greenscertain place on Casey Creek toburg, on legal business, last Saturday. Mrs. Wheeler Short, of Cumberland On Sunday evening, April ,30, day., I am sure I could enjoy county, spent last week with her par- 1916, a party of girls and boys myself much better than here. ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mullinix, at went to Dr. Blair, s fish pond to So you can guess where that one this place. spend the evening in boat riding, place is. Mr. Frank Hill, of Lexington, is vis- quite a crowd present and all As I have written quite a lititing his brother, Mr. Fred Hill, and had a royal time. Most all en- tle I will bring this letter to a other relatives, in this city. joyed their ride on the grand lit- close by asking Mr. Harris to Mr. F. M. McCubbin, Campbells- tle lake except the last boat load please print it and thanking him ville, was here a few days ago. which contained Glensfork's for his trouble. Yours truly, Mr. J. H. Holladay, who has been high toned class, viz: Miss Vallie C. E. Tucker. Coteaching in the South,, returned to Flatt, Mr. Virgil Collins, Mr. lumbia last week. Finis Thomas and Mr. Frank with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, 522 &524W. Market St., incorporated. Louisville, Ky. Personals. Mc-Mah- an Var-dema- n, Sg-a- t v i- - Gar-net- t, Your Eyes. If you trade with me yoa must be Satisfied. I Guarantee my work. I also do Watch Work. When in town come 'up and see me, my office is over Albin Murray's store. What is more essential than GOOD EYESIGHT. So If j ou have any trouble come in rid let me fit you with the rightt glasses. I give you free Examination and have your Lens ground to-Sui- - Z. A. TAYLOR. returned All of his friends were glad to see him when he came in home. Mr. I. M. Barnes went on a business trip to Somerset a few days since. Mr. Tom Barnes from Iowa, visited his father at this place a few days ago. Mr. W. H. Tiller and B. B. Barnes visited your scribe Thursday night, Mr, J. B. Lazenby has been fencing for some rime making his place look lots better. Grbver Sullivan visited at J. C. Kearnes' Thursday night. Ab'e Duvall, who has been on the sick list for some time, is somd better at this writing. Mr,s. Tina Sullivan visited J. C. Kearnes and wife last week. Miss Lora Sullivan and sister visited at their cousin Rev. J. T. Sullivan at this place last week. Mr. Zula Kimbler visited at A. G. Coffey's Thursday night. Mr. Mont Garr was in the Moore schoolhouse section last Thursday on business. home. Fonthill. Additional - o'clock-Declam- ation I Cap-sha- home last Monday. His place is being filled by John Payne. John Sullivan, a prominent farmer, of Brady, was here last Saturday. Dr. R. D. Mitchell, of Campbellsville, arrived here Saturday for the purpose of treating Spencer Emerson, who is in a serious condition at this writing with a cancer. Ambros Smith sold a pair of mules to Frank Shepherd for $125. Lindsey-Wilso- n D. C. Hopper bought a nice harness mare from Frank Shepherd for $130. Estil Hopper, who has been attending school at Columbia for the past few months, returned home last week. J. H. Hill, a hardware sales man, of Stanford, was here last Tuesday. Fred Bradshaw was at Yose-mi-te Thursday. We can yet hear the lonesome "toot" of the fox hern. Both old and young consider fox hunting a fine sport. 14 VARIETIES 14. Reduced Prices for May and June. We are offering eggs from the following grand Matings afc greatly reduced prices: All pens are headed by 1st prize Cocks and Cockerels, mated to trap nested, heavy laying females that have won in all the larger shows. Out of a possible 240, we won 139 1st,.' 69 seconds, and 26 thirds, besides many-cupspecials, and A. P. A. Medals and Diplomas. Egg from S C. White Leghorns, S. C. Buff Leghorns, Blue Andalusians, White Ply. Bocks, Silver penciled Ply. Bocks, Patridge Buff Ply. Bocks, Black Orpington, Light Bramas, Silver Spange"$ Hamburgs, Lakenvelders, White Dark Cornish, at $1.50 per 15 eggs, or 82.75 per 30 eggs. Muscovey Ducks at 31 50 per 12 eggs. We guarantee 12 live chicks from every setting of 15 eggs, or will replace, free of charge. Catalogue and Mating List free. Can furnish some nice pens and trios of S. C. White and S. C. BufT Leghorns at S4. 50 per trio, $7.50 per pen, of five. Book your orders now for your stock and get the pick. Can f Ornish winners for any show. Write us your wants. All eggs ordered direct from this ad. will be delivered-free- . s, For Sale. Taylor. Quite a lot of farming has been As they were rowing along, Thoroughbred Barred Plymouth Rock done here in the past few days. singing the '"Titanic" which was Mr. Q. S. Skinner, Lexington, was being lead by Mr. Collins, a sud- eggs. J. R. Luttrell was at Windsor at the Hancock Hotel a few days ago. den cry was heard: Help! help! Pen No. 1, 50 cents for 15 eggs. D. E Phelps and wife spent a few All ran to the water's edge to last Monday. Pen No. 2, 75 cents for 15 eggs. days in Louisville last week. sinking of the little By watch the F. H. Austin bought a nice Parcel Post 15 cents extra. Misses Nancy Judd, Mary W. Judd, boat (Boy Scout,) and its crew. saddle horse from De Wade. W. D. Hurray, Edna Moore, Lou Christy, Martha Mr. Collins was very much Jones and Mary Atkinson, of Cane frightened. He stood in the cenElkhorn, Ky. Mr. Clell Mclnich, of McKin-ne- y, guests of Mrs. Mary Valley, were the was here last Tuesday. ter of the pond, which was less S. Biggs, during last week. Rowes X Roads. than three feet deep, screaming Messrs. Millard and Joe Mau-pi- n, Mrs". J. P. Hutchison left Monday for someone to come to his resmorning for Campbellsville, to be with cue. Miss Flatt touched him on of Russell Springs, were here The weather has been very her son, Campbell, who was severely tbe arm and said; "Virgil! come, changeable for the pastfew days, last Saturday. hurt at that place last Thursday even- - let's get out of here." He and the farmers in this section ing. thought it was the Savior, and are very busy getting their corn S. B. Richard & Son sold a Miss Winnie Dohoney returned said: "Bless your sweet name, land in shape for planting. A mule to De Wade for $100. from Bradfordsvllle, Ky., Friday af- you died on Calvary's cruel cross few are done planting. F. H. Auston was at Irvin's ternoon after a pleasant visit with for me. and now' running the There was meeting at Hay's Store last Tuesday. Miss Bess Purdy, and Mrs. C. P. risk of your life again trying to Chapel last Sunday, conducted Fryer (nee) Miss Ruby Averritt. save me from a watery grave." by Rev. E. Pennycunv Mr. W. L. Roy, of Windsorr Mr. W, B. Patteson returned from After Mr. Collins realized he Mrs. Mary Kearnes, who has was here last Wednesday. Louisville last Sunday night where he was safe, he looked staringly had been with his wife, who under- at Miss Flatt for a moinent then been very ill for some time, is no John Irvin, one of our promian operation at that place, and said: "Miss Vallie, you are so better. went nent merchants, was at Dunn-vill- e Mrs. Fannie Aaron visited her reports Mrs. Patteson doing nicely. Tuesday. much like our Savior." and mother near Sewell-to- n, Mr. J. P. .Dohoney, who was recent Then we all started for home father Friday. D. C. Hopper was in Casey ly operated upon in Louisville, and filling the air with laughter. LOMBARDY HEIGHTS Mrs. Julia Aaron, of Denmark, county Tuesday. had about recovered, was not so well POULTRY FARM,. visited her father and mother last week. It is supposed that he did Henry Aaron, of Den Jho-- O. Reid, Prop., " , Mr. lastTbursc y. ' too many chores about home, and as a Base ball Satuaday, May 13, at - - Kentucky. ,. mark, who has been in the reve Stanford, Greensburg vs Lsndsey-WilsoMr. A. f Coffey, who has bsen result got a setback. He' will probhis ably be all right in a very short time. 3 p! m. in ill hekl tn for some time, has nue service here, left for Jo Hurt, Campbellsville, were in lumbia a few days since. Co-- Mr. Charles Walls, Lebanon, and Mr. ' 2l-2m- Ply-Roc- ks, Mi-norc- as, n 26-3t- :c 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS- Wttti&encc Pfcone 13 B Buine Phoe IS DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST -- Office, Front rooms 'In Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. Columbia, J. B. - Kentucky J. H. Stone Stone SAVE $20.00 NOW $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma 75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand Course, Time Unlimited, if you enroll on or before November 1st. Write today for catalog and $20. discount coupon No. 32. Address, H. O. KEELING, Pres. Bryant & Stratton Business College Louisville, Ky. TIN WORK. I am prepared to do any kind of Tin Work, Roofing, 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 anythin'O iamy line or repair work in tinorsheetiron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. S. E. Bridgwaters, DENTAL OFFICE Dr. James TripSett DENTIST OVER PAULL DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES peone ae. OFFICE PHONB WELL I will drill fore DRILLER wells in Adair and See me be adjoining counties. contracting. Latest im- proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Give J. r There is such a disease as spring fever. The germ may not be found; the scientists probgUBBHJidESPKt : ably know nothing about it; There is no virus with which the physicians can combat it. But it is here abroad in the land just the same. The symptoms are well markThis Free Paint Book ed. It begins with a sort of rest"Hoses and How to Paint Them" lessness and itching. A fellow Will It very helpful to yon and your Piiater &S HlfflEiw who has contracted the disease is ' e uneasy about something he Contains beautiful illustrations of attractively painted homes, snows doesn't understand what it is. floor plans, gives specifications how to select the right colors, abo information for He is discontented, and irritable, i ii"x:'HmWm-:painting roofs, bams, buggies, wagons, and wants to do nothing at all implements, refinishing woodwork and floors, decorating walls. Tells all about with all his might. He is carethe merits of Mrs. William H. Hinchliffe, 20 Myrtle St., Beverly, Mass., less, and doesn't care. His writes "I have taken four bottles and I can say that clothes grieves him; he would it has done me a great deal of good for catarrh of the head and like to pull them off. Tha "The Kind That Lasts" throat. I recommend Peruna to all sufferers with catarrh. I do This old reliable paint protects and beautinot think I ever felt much better. I am really surprised at the sight of water increases the vio fies your property and enhances its value. work I can do. I do not think too much praise can be said for lence or tne disease in that reIt is just Pure White Lead, and Genuine Linseed Oil. contains highest Peruna." psrcentaie ot ZINC. Those who object .to fluid medicines can now procure Peruna. spect being something like hyTablets. drophobia. Passing a show winPAULL DRUG CO. dow where there is fishing tackle I Things Worth Knowing. As a Matter of Course. on display, throws him into conColumbia, Kentucky vulsions. His shoes hurt his of the world's diet Never take a blessing, no mat- feet and he wants to go bareter how small, as a matter of footed. His socks slip down and consists of vegetables. course. That is the chief troub- his underclothes slip up. Collars One ton of wbale blubber will HENRY W. DEPP, le with unappreciative people. choke him. Coats become buryield 200 gallons of oil. As soon as they grow accustomed densome and annoying. DENTIST There are 5,078 radio stations to a good thing,- they cease to a Am permanently located in Co count u. The friends who lavish As the in the United States. lumbia. their tove snd service upon lis man's moral stamina is affected. There are 4,000,000 tons of frequently get less thanks than He can't tell the truth so readily All Classes of Dental work done. Crow stone in the pyramid of Cheops. some one else who simply does us d&e and Inlay work a Specialty. as in the winter time. He beThere are nearly 2,000 stitches a trifi nir favor. Many a boy gins lying about the fish he All Work Guaranteed takes .i s mother's devotion as a caught d shoes. in a pair of Ofrke"over G. W. Lowe's last season, If he is late matter nf course God's goodFifty-thre- e out of every 100 Shoe 'Store ness 'i'.o the "days and crowns the at office, he doesn't give a plauspersons in the world live in years without kindling so much ible excuse. If he is Jate to Asia, as a spark of gratitude in the meals he lies about the reason This country's railroads re- hearts of some of us. Take noth- for his detention. Religion slips quire 135,000,000 tons of coal a ing for granted. Do not begin with the progress of spring fe A Splendid any day with the assumption that year. Clubbing Bargain 'certain blessings are yours by verto that extent. Like typhoid fever, spring feWe Offer The geographical origin of rignt. Receive'each as it comes, ver must run its course. The he Adair CounlyjNews wheat is a mystery, lost in the as something fresh, unexpected, undeserved, and bethankful for suffering of the patient may be dim past. and it. by loafing, but loafing alleviated The world's total production The Cincinnati doesn't cure the disease, not unof wheat approximates 4,000,000,-00- 0 Whooping Cough. a til it has run its course, A hard Weekly Enquirer bushels. One of the most successful preparaplank at a baseball game soothes Bofh One tions in use for this disease is ChamThere are approximately to some extent, and an uncom Year deaths annually in the United berlain's Cougli Remedy. S. W. Mfortable rock on a creek bank ' For Only ediatory Blandon Springs, Ala , writes States due to accidents. hooping cough as works wonders; but the disease "Our baby ha-Subscription may be Boxing has been introduced in had as most any baby could have it 1 goes new or renewal on and on for several weeks the schools of Australia as a reg- gave him Chamberlain's Cough Rem- growing in intensity. Then, it What the WeeKly Enquirer is edy and it&oon ot him well." Obular exercise for the boys. gradually disappears, as mysteIt Is Issued every Thursday, subscriptainable at" Paull Drug Co tion price $1.00 per year, and it Is one of Fully 95 per cent, of the chilappeared in the beAdv riously as it the best home metropolitan weeklie of todren of schools are attending edday. It has all the facilities of the great ginning of spring. Dayton Dai.DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlne the At the State Convention held ucational institutions of some ly News. world's events, and for that reason can in Louisville ty the Progressive giue you all the leading news. It carries kind in Japan. a carries a great omount of valuable farm party eight delegates were chosen If You Must Drink. matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports- Its numerous deA Symbol of Health, t the CYicago Convention necessity to every partments make -- I can say my TAKING PERUNA " " mmaeL. Spring Fever. bowels are much more regular. My heart is stronger. My appetite is much better. My throat is much better. - r 'i"y--i' Mastic Paint Zinc-Oxid- -- e One-four- th - disease-progress- es, hand-sewe- ' i 82,-53- 0 $1.35 mm - C. YATES - The Pythagoriana of Ancient Greece ate simple food, practiced temperance and purity. As a badge they used the live pointed star which they" regarded as a symbol of health. A red five It a To a married man who cannot ILLUSTRATED r: get along without his drinks, the The Most ome. farm or business man. This grand offer Is limited and we advise t , i ''-;- pointed star appears on each package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and still fulfills its ancient mission as a symbol of health. If you are troubled with Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist . indigestion, billiousness, or constipation, get a package of these tablets Eye Specialist from your druggist. You will be sur prised at.the quick relief which they Special attention given Diseases of all afford. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. " Adv. Animals Domestic ' Iv. H. Jones 1 Interesting Magazine Published. HIP Oct 1015 SO Timely Articles with Over 200 Striking J'Twoltw Picture? Pictures in Each Number . . Office at Residence, 114 G. mile of town, on It is thought that the Senate will reject the nomination of Louis D. Brandies to the Supreme Court although the vote will be close. " Phone Jamestown road. Sample Copy Free and say where you saw this advertisement and we will mail you free a, copy of Illustrated World, the big, human interest magazine which tells you in clear, simple language about all the wonderful things men are doing everywhere. happenings of the world ; is accurate, but never dull; thrilling, but not sensational; fascinating, but not trashy. Over 200 striking pictures" in every issue. The most interesting and helpful magazine for all the family. For sale by all newsdealers. a copy, $1.50 a year. Write today tor a tree sample copy. Be tare to mention Address: this advertisement. Send us your name and address Columbia, Ky. Stone f & w Stone, hi t Attoflcy-AMa- A systematic State Wide health campaign has been inaugurated L. M. Maus, Secretary of the State Tuberculosis Comby-Col- It brings before you the vita . mission. i m, i - W31 practice v . In Kentucky 103 out of 120 thk and adjokkg Couabes.' : Jamstiwi, Keitick) counties applied for State..aid to roads and $4;OOp,000 will , be ic ILLUSTAATBD WORLD 5808 Drezal At Cbieae, 111. following is suggested as a solution to the bondage of his habit. First Start a saloon in your own house. Second Be the only customer. You will have no license to pay. Give your wife $3 to buy a gallon of whiskey, and remember there are 69 drinks in one gallon. Third Buy your drinks.from e but your wife, and by the time the first gallon is gone, she will have $7.25 to put in the bank and$3 to start business again. Fourth Should you live ten years and continue to buy booze from her, and then die with snakes in your boots, she will have money to bury you decently, educate your children, buy a house a daces t man, .and and . quit thinking-aboutyouno-onlor,-marr- you to take advantage.by subscribing for the above combination right now. Call or mail Orders to The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Extensive preparations are being made all over Kentucky to have 1,000,000 in the Sunday Schools A nation wide movement has been started for the nomination by the Republicans of Elihu Root for President. James B. Stears, President of the Kentucky Press Association, has been appointed postmaster m at Nicholasville. The Senate bill granting independence to the Phillipines at the end- of four yearawas defeated one day last week in the - House. izi THE' ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Horse-Expo- rt Situation. -- 5 The Waning Fortunes 0 f Cot. J 5J i J 2 J J J J Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have Black-Draugh- t," I re- - Roosevelt. writes ceived from the use of Thedford's Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. Mrs. stated that "A London-dispatc- h "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, W Great Britian alone had bought liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht $60,000,000 worth of horses and saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, mules in America since the war they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's started. Just about the same Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no W day the agricultural department more trouble. I shall never be without J J J J J J BLACK-DRAUG- HT in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ht has proved itself a safe, ailments, Thedford's reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. ht If you suffer from any of these complaints, try It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-DraugBlack-Draug- LK3J TtfrrVYYTr7 LISTEN! LISTEN! ; WOODSON LEWIS i GreenSburg, Ky. Has eight or ten Cars of Farm Machinery and Implements that he is now offering at old prices, no advance. Plows at last year3 prices. The Oliver Chilled Plow, the Genuine Chilled that all Thrifty and Prosperous Farmers use, the Soil Con server and Crop Maker. A Full Stock of Tobacco Fertilizers, Old Style, Rich, Prices are Reasonable: but buy now. Four Car Loads of Wire Fence at very reasonable Clod Crushers and Land Rollers actually at . prices. less money than last year. Four Clover Leaf Manure Spreaders, the I. H. C. Best Make, New, for $60.00 each. First Come, First Served. These are the I. H. C. $135.00 Spreaders. Also Four I. H. C. Best Make Eight Disc Wheat Drillsr-fo- r ? $57.50. Genuine Asphalt Roofing at Reasonable Prices. Every article named above has advanced wholesale from 15 to 500 per cent. We are selling practically the whole list while stock lasts for way below pres" ent cost. We are selling the Best Buggy "Ever" Made at the ) price of a cheap buggy. A Fact: it is built with an A. Grade Whith Hickory Wheel. If a wheel breaks within one year of purchase I will give a new whell to replace broken one. Mind you I do not say I will have broken wheel repaired. I will replace "with new wheel and immediately." No losing your temp- er and cussing- while you wait six weeks for your wheel to be returned. - WAGONS! WAGONS! This line has advanced 20 per cent, or say Ten Dollars a Wagon. We will sell you the best and lightest running Wagon made at no advance at all. Buy now. We cannot control the whole thing always- They say that Fruit Jars will be out of reach, tops cost now, more than Jars did last year. We can make prices within the reach of all. Buy now. We can't control the whole thing all summer. Special-pricto merchants, Now. es WOODSON LEWIS Missionary dealer in everything the Farmer and the Farmer's wife and family needs. GKEENSBURG, J5 KT5T. aS Jt JR JS JR JRJSB w SS5BJRS most prominent suitors, Col. Roosevelt and Justice Hughe3, are suffering as many ups and dowQS as the average schoolboy lover. Six weeks ago it appeared declared that, notwithstanding reasonably sure that Mr. Hughes the unprecedented sales abroad, would win the fair lady's hand, there were just as many horses country as I Said and mules left in the but the succeeding days brought when the war started. a decline in the Hughes stock, "All the European countries and he is still on the anxious i are taking measures to keep their seat. supply of horses. Various plans Col. Roosevelt, with persisto encourage breeding, restore racing to favor, give prizes for tency as his most distinguishing good animals, purchase good characteristic, more recently bid stallions with public funds and Kid "T want what I nskfcr Z&' fare to prosecute a successful permit them to be used by pri Fg I know whst iu vfO'iil yC 5 jOQ mean to 0 home th,ct suit, but the past two weeks vate breeders, and the like, are PQ it. Motiic. o.. - c &' being organized in England and Ocjl chances she's "re o? FWm have brought him a series of setrQgi Calumet surcofliyii, b;J-- Prance. The horse question is rOQ wholesome, izsty itni- jfifsft backs, and he will have to make &? of positive, 7Q4J ings going to be one of Europe's harda new spurt to be in the running? results purity HQ formeconomy. ciYozz try est after the war." FjfV and figfj In the Nebraska primaries he was a bad third to Cummins and CALUMET Good for Colds. K1 Baking Powder igj Ford, both of whom are impossiand Glycerine are Honey, Pine-Ta- r ble as Presidential nominees. Xn ky zsidc your ngQ recognized cold remedies. In Dr. IXN favorite brand once pCaO ftrSfi and you'll never go 00 thesa are comBell'e In Iowa, where his candidacy fcr3 back to it. Calu- - uyi bined with other cough medicrie in a was not actively prosecuted, he Dvft met is Jie world's QfSu pleasant syrup. Dr. Bell's PQo bestBakingPow- - rQQ polled 3,500 votes to 20,000 for stops your cough, checks your COa er it's moder gsXJ of the throat cold, soothes irritation IfQv ftQg ate in price." Cummins, ffho received the. Excellent for young, adulb and aged. fOG RecciredHishcst IqH Awards State's instructions. The small jOv WSO Its one of the best cough syrups made UCjU t KrurlUcl n&il Formula on every bottle. You know Sit SJif vote for the Colonel is, at leasts vG(Q Vw FinPoind Cat. yCJ V32k in just what you are taking and your docindicative that there is no great tor knows its good for coughs and popular clamor in Iowa for the colds. Insist on Dr. Bell's Only 25c at Paull Drug Co. man from Oyster Bay. Adv In Arkansas the Republicans, Wards of Ono Creche. in State Convention, overwhelmingly defeated a resolution indorsing Col. Roosevelt for the One of the most interesting of the foreign homes for poor chilnomination. dren is the Ono Creche in Tokio. Perhaps the most severe dee During the war, feat suffered by theRoosevelt. when the calling of the conforces was in Massachusetts; scripts left many poor families where there was a straight-ou- f without male support, some delfight women started what is known as the Ono Creche. It is running egates and those who were unyet with some 80 children on the pledged. The latter won by mabooks. The children are mostly Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not put into clothes belonging to the save you money. Calumetdoes it'sPure jorities of 15,000 to 20,0007 Creche on arrival, and into their and far superior to sour milk and soda. Among the delegates at large on the unpledged ticket was former own again on leaving. One part of the biggest room is fenced off, possible cause of a rupture of re- Senator Murray Crane, who came and within the fence hang bas lations with Germany develops. in tne uoioners catagory 01 net craaies tor tne lntants in If, on the other hand, the United "second story men." arms, whose mothers generally States Government holds that The fortunes of Col. Roosevelt come at tiffin time to feed them. promises were not immune are, undoubtedly, on the wane, the The older ones have tiffin pro- from entry and that claiming of and the situation now finds Jusvided, and their table manners the papers as official and of the are really not at all bad consider-- 1 attache as immune is an assump- tice Hughes the man most likely ing their age. tion of responsibility by the Ger- to be the nominated against WilDuring the morning are kin- man Ambassador for the acts al- son. News. dergarten classes or games leged to have been committed by With action and marching songs, "Chamberlain's Tablets Have Dose Von Igel and by others as dis which are performed with a sewonders for Me." rious gusto by the mites who closed oy tne paperstne con"I have been a sufferer from stomtake part. The mothers pay for tents of which will probably in ach trouble for a number of years, and the services, but the charges are any case have been noted official- although I have used a great number small, and there are numerous ly a possible ground of griev- of remedies recommended for thi3 expenses. Two foreign and a ance against the German Gov- complaint, Chamberlain's Tablets is the first medicine that has given me few Japanese women do most of positive and lasting relief," writes ernment is afforded." the supervision, and the contriMrs. Anna Kadin, Spencerport, H". Y. There hardly can be a question "Chamberlain's Tablets have done butions are mainly Japanese: that the contents of the papers wonders for me and I value them very Drug Not Out of the .woods. are such as to give sufficient highly." Obtainable at Paull Adv. Co. ground for lodging a grievance The Senate and House Conferagainst Germany. The probabilAmbassador von Bernstorff ity is that the incident will be so ences have agreed upon a stand stands pat on his refusal taken from his' as Lovershadowed by the impending ing strmyof 180,'000." sistant, Mr. von Igel, as official, final statement of Germany on The Rev K. V. Witt, a retired but demands that Mr. Von Igel's the submarine matter that nothBaptist minister, aged 73, died papers be restored. Still he 13 ing serious will be done about not out of the woods. The at his home in Franklin. Washington-Staputs it in these this case, but it will serve at B. H.Page, a farmer of Bar.least to give America "a line words: Ambassador von Bern ren county, was found dead hang--' "If the German Ambassador upon" regards the entry, the arrest and storff and the Government will ing in his barn. the seizure of papers as, an know enough about hin to ham-pEarthquake shocks in San Jose,' affront to his- government and him and reduce the value of the attache is not released from Rica, destroyed & number his services as an agent of the Costo all charges and the papers' reof buildings including churches turned, together with all copies, Kaiser's American secret service and schools. accompanied by .an apology; a bureau: Farm and Fireside tells us that an impressive testimony to the bigness of American livestock interests was afforded recently. Miss Republican Presidential Nomination is certainly the most fickle of maidens, and her two fo iJ I 1- ,i.- -v i Bg f Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Pine-Tar-quick- ly B-- Pine-Tar-Hone- y. Russo-Japanes- betwees-theTlooseve- lt N E-To- todes-ignate'pape- rs V -- r er - t 8 Gradyvillc. the:adair county news INDOOR WORKER IS HANDICAPPED. but protection demands the forcement of the law. en- We had plenty of rain the first : of the week, ' Mr. George A. Keltner, of Keltner, was here the first of the week. S. C. Neat was calling on our merchants last Tuesday. Mrs. W. M. Wilmore has been on the sick list for several days. Mr. Silas Cain is the first man to begin plowing young corn in prthis section this spring, Amos Keltner, who has f Mrs? beenin bad health for several . months,, does not improve fast. -- ir''" ' Cpntef & Jeffevson Stfsets The Green River Medical Sovery interesting ciety held a Louisville, - Kentucky. meeting at Campbellsville last' AMERICAN PLAN Thursday. There was an unus- Rates $2.00 and $2.50 with $3.00 andj$3.50 per day Office tyen Often Pay Penalty of ual good attendance and a num- hot and cold vafer, Privi- viih Privaf e Baf h. indoor Grind. lege of Bath. ber of interesting talks were v European Plan Si. 00 and Up made. Marion, Taylor, Adair and ATiTi MEAUl 50C We can't all be devotees of the great Green counties are embraced in and so the office men and the orgrnization. Local and Long Distance Telephones women too often pay the penalty of in all R.ooms. Dr. C. V. Hiestand and wife, grind at the desk. the A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. There comes in many cases the slug- ef Merrimac, were in town last gishness that Is bred of physical in- Monday. Dr. Hiestand is a mem-herA. A. WEBB, Asst. ZVXgr. D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. activity and the ailments that mark the County Educational the indoor man for their own. 2 Board, and is always on the alert To say "1 feel good all over" is to EVERYTHING IN speak the acme of content, and when when educational matters are mentioned. this is supplemented by a steady, p,v "Uncle Jack Goweo, the' well healthy Increase in weight after a long Mr. Robert Blanford bought inknown merchant of Basil, made period of suffering, the fortunate man Taylor County Enquirer unusually feels that he wants to share the a;trip to Columbia last Friday. plantt last Monday. It was sold lack with the less fortunate The growing crop of wheat is his goodfellow." ... on account of claims against it "other looking fine in this section bids It is this spirit that prompts so to the amount of $706.76. It fair to make a big yield. many prominent business men in brought only the indebtedness. Tanlac. He Kelt-ner- , every community to endorse Mr. George Keltner, of is going to have all the. maTanlac assists nature to throw off de passed through here the pression and in its place to stimulate chinery overhauled and equip it first of the week en route for the system, with the result that en- better than ever. Mr. Blanford Cane Valley, where he will spend. ergy and vigor return. is no novice in the newspaper Also Elwood jand (American Fence. a few days visiting his son and That "tired feeling" means a good business, and we predict a liberdeal more than is generally realized. al support of the public. family. It is one of the symptoms of a more Mr. T. W. Dowell was in Met- serious condition. It is not laziness, A petition for a graded school calfe county one day last week it is a physical ailment that needs cor- at Campbellsville was filed somelooking after hogs, rection before it takes a firm hold on time ago. The sentiment of the you, The results'of the Tanlac treat- people has increased CO, for such a Mr. Dolphus Rodgers, of ment are amazing. Koachvilie, came in last Friday Tanlac tends to make tired out, list- school, and the friends of it pretv. ' to spend a day or so with his par-- . less persons sturdy and of real man- dict that it will be establised. Only Incorporated one objection was entered against hood and womanhood like those ents at this place. 12-- 1 16 Eaat Matket J$jreetf Befween"Pirst andf Brook but most sensible folks the it, but that was made satisfacMessrs. Reece & Burris make pioneers. their weekly trips to this place Asa tonic, appetizerandinvigorant, tory in Judge Hendrickson's Louisville, Ky. ."and get a good load with nothing ever has been discovered that court. ens and eggs at the market price. will compare with Tanlac. It builds A farmer at this place dug out Mr. and Mrs. Burtrice Sparks new tissues, vitalizes the blood, and ten cut worms from under one so favorably on ailments j?rthe white top weed. Insects seem visited their relatives at Sparks-vill- e acts Birdseve view'Iof our Plant stomach, liver and kidneys, andca I plentiful and getting ready tobe last Saturday. , tarrhal affections of the mocous memto destroy vegetation. The marksmen of our town branes. or Tanlac nave provDr. W, A. Ganfield, presidents and community put in several Batisuea users en to be Tanlac's best advertisers. of days of last week hunting squir Men and women, from the highest to Central University, will they had the lowest walks of life, everywhere make the address to the graduateels. We understand fine success. are testifying daily to the relief Tan- ing class of the High School next y Mr. Strong Hill bought last lac has brought them. No other rem- Friday night at the opera house. edy has won such endorsements, that week of Dr. B. F. Taylor, of can only come from superlative merits. He has but very few equals as a East Fork, part of the mill at Tanlac is being especially introduc- speaker, and the public in genthat place. We understand the ed in Columbia, Ky., at the Page & eral should appreciate the efforts part Mr. Hill bought will be Hamilton Store,- where the Tanlac of the. faculty in securing the moved to this place. We did not Man is daily explaining its merits and services of such an educator. You the results that may be expected will be amply paid by going a Jearn the consideration. from its use. distance to hear him. Elmer CookiiacLthe misfortune T. C. Moore & Co , Gresham, C. H. The indications are that the of getting a very fine "Work mule Jarvis& Co., Coburg, L. G. Wilcox, Hessian fly has done a great deal stabbed, while working it one Exie, J. P. Miller & Son, Crocus. Adv. of damage to the wheat and oat "Largest in Dixie" day last week, We understand crops. The last few days growth the mule bled considerably be f. fore they succeeded in getting Miss Lula Bryant was guest of shows an unhealthy outlook. Misses Myrt and Lou Ella Com-beA school house in the eastern the blood stopped. We under Incorporated last Sunday. part of the county was .burned stand it is getting along nicely Miss Hallie Ellis was the guest on last Saturday morning. The now. Mr. J. F. Pendleton came over of Miss Montgomery last Sunday. patrons of the district felt confrom Greensburg to this place On Saturday night she visited fident that the fire was of incen,-diar- y Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, origin, so they had two last Monday and on Tuesday re Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gabbert and blood hounds from Hustonville Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog ceived from our people in this her brother, Mr. Edgar Ellis. They readiplace on the trail. section 150 hogs for which he Mr. and Mrs. June Montgom- to ly scented the trail twice to the paid out over $1,700. We un- ery, Mrs. Mary White and childerstand in the afternoon of the dren visited at Mr. Kearns' last same place. The evidence thus patronized than in the past. The gained with what had been said firm has begun same day he received about the Sunday. the manufacturgave satisfaction ing of ice cream, and same number at Milltown. Mr. H. J. Conover, wife and before the deal, the young maids can be found at the conbaby and Mrs. Mag Turpen vis- to many. Mr. James Sapp began last fectioneries partaking of it off Ozark. ited Mrs. Vera Parson, in town, year to handle ponies. He finds their boy friends. last week. a ready sale for them. No child A movement for the organizaFarmers are getting along Mr. Arvin Conover, who was has any aversion to his father intion of a Christian Endeavor Sosick last week, is better. nicely with their work. A few vesting a neat little sum for his ciety at Bethel has been mentionare done planting corn. Mrs. Virgie Floyd is quite sick pleasure. ed It would prove a great beneEld. W. G. Montgomery and at the home of her father, Mr. Mr. Frank Buchanan, who is fit to the young people, and we family, of Campbellsville, visited Elihu McGaha. representing a large wholesale hope that the matter will not go Columbia, isrs: here last week. He Breached Mr. Elijah Bryant, who has hardware firm; of St. Louis, was by unnoticed. Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready tt Saturday night and Sunday at had fever for several weeks, home a few days ago. He is the Shiloh. His sermon on the res- does not improve fast. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, send out In a few minutes after receirtnff recipient of a good salary, and order. No extra charge for hearse. AHklndtn urrection was especially pleasing. gives the house value received L. W. Bennett Piff. Mr. Ruel Bryant visited his vs ,1 Robes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Ca Mr. J. G. Montgomery had the father," near Purdy, last Sunday. in his services. Christina Waggener Home Phone 52 A In compliance with an order- of the Our banks are feeling the efmisfortune of losing another Miss Bessie Helm spent a part Adair in horse last Friday night. This is fects of the purchase of automo- styled Circuit Court, my the above i of last week with her sister, Mrs. office in action, I will at biles. Thousands of dollars are Town of Columbia, from now until the the third horse he has Jiad to iie the W. TV Reynolds. within a few months. invested in cars. The money is 15th day of May next receive claims withdrawn and sent so far away together with proof of same against Mr. Calvin Maupin has moved Hatcher. that the depletion is noticeable. the estate of Linnie Miller deceased. his saw mill to Ella to saw a set W. A. Coffey Master Com., A. C. C. We have never known a time Land Owners Attention. for Mr. Grasham. Ernest Kerr, son of Mr. Wood- that there was so little sickness T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do Mr. Sinclair made his regular are Special Offer. trip to this place Tuesday. He son Kerr, who lives on the pike, here as 'now. The doctors they your Surveying correctly. needed rest which side is doing a good business in the this small of Campbellsville, has getting a occasionally. He has thirty-thre- e years For a short time will furnish the pox. There are sever appreciate the produce line. experience. Charges reaal new cases in town, but the Our assessor was so attentive daily Evening Post, Louisville, . Home Miss Love Richard, yhp lives health officers are doing their in taking the list that the State and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War sonable. Phone 74 or near Concord has typhoid fever. duty, regardless of the criticisms Board of Equalization let us off map and the Adair County News, all write Misses Lula Bryant and Flora; of part of the public. Some peo- without making a raise in our one year for $3.25. The map itself is T. C. Faulkner,. worth $1.50, but by accepting this of-Kearaes spent last Friday with ple axe so sensitive that they do county. you get it for almost nothing. Colambiau Ky. Mrs. Nannie Murtell, Craycraf not want a yellow flag displayed, JILOur creamery is being better out-of-door- s, WILLARD HOTEL " all-da- y of PROOFING and Printed. '. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized Steel Fence Pqsts DEHLEP BROS. old-fahion- ed 1 - V. Hughes ST Sons Co st Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE J". B. JojsriiS - Surveyi ng 26-3- t t