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That we believe in an honest, Congressional District efficient and economical administraof Kentucky. tion of the governmental affairs, whether of the national, state, county or municipal government. The long, continued control of the 2 That we unreservedly endorse Federal Government by the Republiachievements of the can party resulted in the wanton and administration of our great President, unbridled license of the Interests, acmost marked advancement has been Woodrow Wilson, which has faithfulcentuated by "Cannouism, and dually in the number of months that each ly fulfilled the promises made by our culminated in the revolt of the Propupil has remained in school. The partrfour years ago by the enactment i gressive element of that party., number in school at commencement of many needed laws, which protect The entry of the democratic party was almost as large as at any time the people against special privileges into power has been marked by efduring the term. The grade record usurped by designing interests, and ents fective and aggressive shows a large per cent, of high grades. which has patriotically and successfulremedfal legislation in This .success in academic work is due ly met every serious question arising to several factors. The comfortable in our foreign relations. that are soon to be judged by the American people. Among the measand well regulated quarters of the 3. That we unreservedly believe Birthday Social. ures that have been enacted by the students contributed largely to it. that our great President, with comdemocratic congress during the WilTHE OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR LIFE. An earnest body of students has been prehensive mind and stout heart, corson administration and that have a dominating influence, and the spirit rectly interprets the aspirations and p. m , a birthday so On Friday 3:00 rendered it the best asset of the dem- ci'al was held at the residence of of all toward the school has been good hopes of the people of this republic party in our state and nation, ocratic The support of the people of Columbia for honorable peace, exact justice, Menzies in honor of Miss AnWe now have a plain proposition-- no in upholding the discipline in so far righteousness and humanity. are: nie May's eighth birthday, There (The constitutional amendment pro- were present: Master Thomas L. Men-- . 4. We especially commend to the read, no pay, and if the people of as it affected them, has been gratifyof the zles, Miss Frances Browning, Miss this county let this go they may never ing to the management of the school. people of this State the splendid recviding for the popular election Last Tuesday night was the recital ord of our able and faithful Governor, United States Senate, whereby the Katie Taylor, Miss Emma Louise get another chance to secure a railof the graduates in music and express Hon. A.' O. Stanley, and his associates given control of that body Menzies and Amanda Laura Menzies. people are instead of the trusts and monopolies; The very pleasant hour was spent in road, and certainly not within the ion. The young ladies, Miss "Virginia in office, under whom many beneficial the Federal Reserve Banking Act, plays, games and swinging, after near future: The organization here- Coffey, who graduated in expression, and reform measures have been enwhich took control of credit from which the lunch of strawberries and tofore created, through its board of di- and Miss Carrie 'WUIan, who grad acted Into laws. "OToll unH lnHorori it in t.hft hanfis cream- and 5.y We heartily commend our Demcake were served on the rectors, failed to secure the building uated in music, rendered a very enter taining program showing excellent ocratic Senators and Representatives of the government, to be administer- grassy lawn, under the shade'of-th- e of the road on the plans outlined, and ed for the benefit of the masses trees on a spread with cushion pulows through negotiations with the pro talent and training. On Thursday in Congress and in our State Legislanight was the recital of the music aud ture for the loyal support they have stead of the classes, the income tax for seats. The happy company wished provisions, whereby some of the bur- the host many more "happy returns of moters nave secured a proposition re expression class. The program was a rendered the National and State adr dens of taxation are placed on the the occasion. quiring the people to put up" $50,000 credit to all who took part as well as ministrations and the many wholeGwendolyn Bay less, some and beneficial laws they have rlp.h. comDelline them to bear ldl and the right of way. A change in their teacher Miss necessary exand was enjoyed by one of the. largest aided in enacting. their just share of the Delay is dangerous. So be in Co subscription is nece33ary audiences that ever filled the school penses of maintaining the Govern- lumbia Saturday nd help start the the fornxof 6. That the following be and are Trade Commission, de- work for closing of the contract for and immediate action is desirable so building. The following young ladies hereby named as delegates to the ment; the signed to regulate and control the the railroad-- . . that the contract can be closed and took part: Misses Frances Strange, State Convention to be held at LexMax-Inprices cf the necessities of life, the the survey made. This matter .should Mary Harris, Elizabeth Harris, Dod-so- e ington, Ky , on Wednesday, May 24, Moss, Dollie Elliott, Esther 1916, viz j action" of public utilities, and preVery Much Enjoyed. have the active and enthusiastic sup Myrtie Morgan, Lucy McFarlaud, venting interlocking directorates; the Gordon Montgomery, iioiun Mure, port.of every person in this section Grace Huffaker, May Feese, Alyce-CanAgricultural Extension Act, granting E. C. Page, Olie Taylor, James Gar- Ruba Wagoner, Mary Shelley, nett, Clint Smith, J. B, Coffey, G. R. Miss Catherine Nell very gracefully and not permitted to drag. We are aid through agricultural and mechanical colleges, to the several states, entertained at a six o'clock dinner last bound to get up a few more thousand Margie Buster, Clarice Webb and Sal-li- e Reed, N. M. Tutt, .1. L. Walker, F. H. E Murphy. Winfrey, N. T. Mercer, J. W. Flowby means of field instruction and Friday afternoon. After a delightful dollars, and the sooner the better. No ' demonstration in agriculture and meal strawberries and cake followed road, no pay, means no loss it suits On Friday night was the graduating ers, Dr. W. F. Cartwright, T. E. Jefexercises of the senior class and the fries, Jas. WillU, Elzie Young, J. E. home economics; the standardizing of After refreshments several hours were games and listeping to music. us all. Below we give a telegjani con- literary address by Bro. S. G. Shelley. Murrell, J. R. Garnett, C. S. Harris, spent In grades of grain; the firming the acceptance of the proposi- Bro O P. Bush, pastor of the Baptist L. C. Winfrey, J. T. Mercer, J. G. Warehouses, stabilizing prices, The following were invitedr crops during dumping-o- f Dora. Eubank, Mary Breeding, Al- - tion agreed on by the board of direct- church, gave the invocation. This Sublett, F. P. Dohoney, J C. Brownpreventing was followed by a melodious song ing, John Jones, I. C. Breeding, J. P. harvesting season, and consequent de-.- j lene'Ritchey, Ruba Wagoner, Mildred ors and Dr. Hunter. "Sight in June," by a chorus of y .ung Dohoney, C. L. Murrell, Robt. Bailey, prices, and furnishing the Walker, Eva Walker, Dorothy Gill, pressing of Mamie Tandy, Julia Miller, Myrtle prime mercantile ladies. The graduates delivered the W. H. Flowers, U. N. Whitlock, W. farmer with Louisville, Ky;; May 22, 1916. following orations: Mr." Marvin Fer- H. Wilson, F. A. Strange, F. H. Brypaper, acceptable to the Fed- Morgan, Frona Faulkner, Mary D.. Judge W. W- - Jones, '"'' ryman,, Noble. Living; Miss Ruth ant, Foree Hood, P. P. DUnbar, J W. ' Reserve Board; appropriating Patteson. eral Columbia," Ky. Hynes, : Opportunity; Miss Edna Burbridge, Dr. S. J. Simmons, Albert liberal sums for government aid for "Our tentative agreement' oh the Co- (jhewning, XhatConstitutes Success: Johnson, Theo Powell. H. A. Walker, A good horse for sale, cash or credimprovement of roads; adequate apDr.,W. F. Cartwright. lumbia Railroad proposition' jvas this Mr ..Edgar HarrIs choosing a Voca- W.jG Ellis, Ben Evans, and all other- propriations for the eradication of it ' day submitted to 'my associate's here tion,. "BrpShellejT'then delivered an Democrats in Adair county And they ? r i .. infections and contagious diseases ' We' are now inspiring address1 His' subject was are hereby instructed, to cast the-- . and accepted. credamong stock; a system of rural Remarkable."! -- r r Very ready toproceediander'same for the j . This was fol-- 1 votes of this county as. a unit upon all .brother aandt its, whereby farmers may secure loans speedy completion "of 'the road. on more lowed by ajpiario duet by Misses Wil propositions that may come before at lower rates of interest and lanahd.Bayles3.-Th- e i W. Godfrey Hunter diplomas were said coriventioh. favorable terms; a Parcels Post that There was a scene in. Columbia" last and Friday foren6oja,'that, Is not.of ten witp resented "(arid the benediction then J. B? Coffey, Chairman. . furnishes the producers the best For-Sal- e. wagons to the 'larg- nessed. Seated in GqwdyJs --wholesale pronounced. CI S- - Harris, Secretary. cheapest delivery highest prices; and store was Mr.sGreen McKinley, who est markets at the It.- is. necessary for us to raise the rehabilitated merchant marine that lives at Glen'yiUe "this county, and For Sale. A four months, sold Aberdeen bull. $50,000 at once if Dr. Hunter and as place the American flag on who was 90 jrears old the 28th day of Purebred. will again sociates are to build thef oad. "' " the ocean trade lanes of the world. last February, and his son, Solomon Two Aberdeen bulls ten montlis old; Bassetfc Hurt; Roy; Ky. fruition of this legislation is the McKinley, who was 70 years old in The One pure bred, one J Shorthorn. Both Stray Notice. with most unparalleled prosperity with December last, conversing good Individuals. gentleman's mind which any administration was ever friends. The older C. S. Harris.. . Seriously Injured. There are two siray sow hogs at my is active, and "he is perfect in giving crowned. place. Color, black. One 2 years old dates of past' occurrences. His eyeMiss Sue Baker, who is a composiThe administration has, so far, sight is good and he reads the newsthe other aboufc 18 montlis old. Weigh tor in this office, met with a very Ky , May 22 Mrs. M. H. peace with the world, unLebanon, preserved papers andTaooks without glasses. He Rhorer, of Msddlesboro, who is here about 175 pounds each. Mark of one, painful accident last Tuesday afterder the most exasperating and trying living four great great grand chil- on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J S, smooth crop off each ear and split In noon She had reached her home, circumstances. It inherited an un- has right ear. The other, smooth crop off aud In passing over the premises, she prepared army and navy from the dren. He is enjoying fine health and Sterrett, was the victim of a.serious each ear and swallowfork In left. stepped on a piece of plank in which Republican party that had been in bids fair to reach the century mark. accident at the home of her daughter. J. N. Johnson, Pellyton, Ky. was a nail. The nail passed through continuous control of the FedShe fell down a flight of stairs, receiv- May 12, 1916. almost The June number of the American the sole of her shoe and penetrated Government since the Civil war, Magazine should be ordered by readers ing, it is thought, a fracture of the eral her foot The nail was rusty and her both of which it has promptly reor- who want to keep abreast of the times. skull and other injuries. She is in a Notice. foot at once commenced to swell, so condition. ganized in accordance with the reaWhat is going on in Europe is told by Mrs. so, that she had to remove her Rhorer is a native of Columbia, sonable demands of the situation, writers who are in possession of the Applicants who went away on Sat- much time-haand up to this writing Thursday entered and at the same urday afternoon without paying their shoe, special inter- asisterof Mr.M.Cravens,andhermany na- facts, and the book is of twenty-sipeace treaties with are anxious concerning examination fees, will not have their afternoon, has not been able to wear est. It also has articles, dealing with friends here is hoped; that the accident will tions of the world work graded until the fee is paid. A 11 it. - It this country, one especially tells how her condition. not- keep :6er from the office but a As one who has contributed a mod- the United States is taking Germany's paid for also. Don't fall to be in Columbia Satur- - tablets must be shoittime est share to this program, by re- place in the chemical world. EveryTobias Huffaker, Supt. maining constantly on the job and thing In the' June number isworth day. The 17th of this month was Mrs. F, . - Mr. Will. Jones, of this place, who consistently aiding In putting reading. Address American Maga birthday. Her Rosenbaum's A. through democratic congresses all zine, 387 Fourth Ave. j Nejv York1 City; Mr. L. M. Young will"start in 4 has the reputation of being a good mother and sisters, .who UvanearGlen- soda foun- nshermantpokhis. wife last Satur very few days a first-clasthe foregoing wholesome legislation, v tain and an Ice cream par lor .His day afternoon,. whom he married two vllle,,dinner, which was highly appre--" .my candidacy r - A . mare which was valued :at 1 confidently submit cent foiigrebomlnation for representative hundreds-dollar-s and"wiiich was owned place of business will be 1n the same weeks, ago, .and went fishing. Mrs. dated and very much enjoyed by all conthat Mr. J. Patteson fthe Eighth Kentucky district in by Mr. J. B. Cave, who lives in the building general store.FVThe main store Jones was reared near Green river and the participants. ducts a Congress to the Sixty-Fift- h she, too, knows how to angle for the Holmes section, killed herself one day the voters of this district, believ- last week. She got her foot hung in room was extra wide, and Mr. J. N. finny tribe.. The two fished until the There is no red tape on the railhas ing that those who endorse and ap the bridle, rared up and fell backward, Coffey, who owns the building, room, time arrived to return home, and com road proposition this time and it is a petition run through the paring strings, Mrs Jones had five up to the people of this section to act prove the record as, in part, set out her head striking first, knocking her had making' two business apartments. Mr. perch, one 19 inches long, and Will rebuke those who have out. Tvttl not brains at once or lose the opportunity of so--; Patteson will continue at the same had two. in however slight a degree curing the road- - Come to town Sat- occupy thej accomplishment. My experiDay exercises at the Chris- stand, and Mr. Young will urday. Mothtrs' its petiThe trustees will clean up the Cemence, especially, In these critical tian church next Sunday forenoon. extra room made by running the Russell & Co. and J. A. Hill sold C. should be an(asset rather than ad appropriate program is being pre- tion. Mr. Young will have his apart- etery ty the 30th of May. I expect ment elegantly furnished, 'making It every one who have lots' there to clean W. Alexander, of Burkesvllle, a handpared, and the meeting will be- - of -- a UfCbUity. a most inviting place. and beautify their own lots. We some Dodgd machine and delivered it hoped, in view of the recent special interest. I had know of no exercises of any kind, but last week. gauil democratic majorities In our wife of Walkec Bryant, all can show their dear departed ones Born, the ilntrirf urn state, that, the democrats Born, to the wlfetrf George Shirley, May 20, to1916, a daughter, Mother caught a 23 inch C. jby simply having their resting places Mr. J.tart Strange afternoon. May 16, a daughter, mother and in prott. by the sight Saturday fish - J decorated on the 30th day ot May X cat and baby doing nicely. MOTfnent now on among the common f ant doing well. The 8th " reforms-achievem- enemy to the end that vote losing BIG GATHERING. 'contests within the party might be avoided, and our state be more certainly placed in the democratic column in the coming November election, when a most desperate effort will be made by a reunited political Railroad Meeting in enemy to capture control 6t the FedCourt-Hou- se Next Sateral Government The small democratic majority in the House necessitates my presence One: in Washington as much as possible, and for the present, I am compelled O'clock. to depend upon .my friends to safeguard my interests in the district. 1 submit my record to you, and shall cheerfully abide your verdict at the You Don't Fail to be Present primary, August 5th, 1916. Yery Sincerely, Want a Road Built to HARVEY HELM. Washington, D. C Closing of the n. Countv Democratic Convention. the urday at I Last Friday night marked the closing the 13th year in the history of the Lindsey-Wilso- n Training School. In many respects this has been the most successful year of the school since its establishment. The girl's dormitory has been full the greater part of the last session and the new boy's dormitory has been crowded with several rooming in the old buildings, but the of. r' -J" . Dr.-Jam- es -- I -- - -- . -- n, . Federal-Controlle- d com-merci- al - - -'- - y J' : - - . . 30-2- 30-2- b . 30-4- t. semi-conscio- s in-fc- o x " N s7 ..r cam&ini-anoBraadia.xmagnl- fi i- v J fi' dem-oorat- lc -- con-tSbut- ed ii tim, -- get-to-geth- er . :2 f" THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS PROGRAM For The i . TRIBUTE TO' THE OliD SOUTH. fidel among those millions of Where Kentucky Leads. Bob Taylor's Tribute to Southof Columbia District Conference Jamestown, Kentucky. land Most Eloquent Tongue and Pen. June. 8-- 11, 1916.. G THURSDAY-MORNIN- $:30 Song and Prayer Service of Committees- - wi -- 9:00 Organization'and Appointment 9:15 Report of Pastors. " 10:15 Prayer and the Revival Rev. J. Robert Marrs 1 0:30 The business of the'preacher Rev C. F. Allen J 1:00 Sermon Subjectr The Divine Call to Preach the Gospel. Rev. J. S. Chandler. THURSDAY 2:00 Song and Prayer Service AFTERNOON. Rev. L. C. Risen Rev. Emery Pennycuff My Experience and ConProf. 2:15 Methodism and the Revival 2:30 2:45 Lindsey-Wilso- Training School tact with Young Life n n R. R. Moss. Dis- Lindsey-Wilso- Training What it is to "the Columbia as touching the trict and the Adjacent Territory. Prof. Paul Chandler. 3:00 The Standard of Living for Christians Private, Family, Church Life General Discussion. World, Rev. W. C. Christie. Revival in 3:30 The Slogan of the Columbia District A Every Church and all Assessments Paid in full Rev. C. L. Shelly General Discussion. 4:00 An Inventory of the District as to the Payment of the Assessments in full. 4:30 Election of the License Committee. THURSDAY EVENING 7:30 Song, and Prayer Service Sermon Subject: Christan Education " Rev. H.'C. Wilson Rev. M. M. Murrell FRIDAY MORNING 8:30 Song and Prayer Service. 9:00 Report of Committee for License. 9;20 Report of Committee for Admission eling Connection. . Oven Lee ' Trav- on Trial into the 9:40 Report of Committee for Orders. 3.0:00 Report of Woman's Missionary Society Mrs. Cowherd, District Secretary. 3.0:20 The Work of the Women in the World. 40:40 On to Junaluska. Evangelization of the Mrs. S. G. Shelley. Mr. Edward Hill. 11:00 Sermon or Missionary Address Rev. F. M. Thomas, Pres. Board of Conference Board , of Missions. FRIDAY AFTERNOON 2:00Song and Prayer 2:15 2:30 3:00 3:45 Service F. A. Sanders. JVlr. E. S. Boswell of our Selecting the place for the next District Conference. Our Orphans Home. Report of Committees. . The Tithe System Problems. The Solution (Church) Financial Mr. Edward Hill. General Discussion. 4:30Election of Delegates to the Annual Conference. ' FRIDAY EVENING Rev. J. W. Caughsoir 7:30 Song and Prayer Service Keport of Local Preachers, Character Passed and License Renewed. Sermon or .Evangelism ik Missionary Address Subject: World-Wid- e J. Lewis Piercy. EPWORTH LEAGUE SATURDAY MORNING Rev. L. E. Squires. 8:30 Song and Prayer Service. 8:45 The necessity of training the Youth of to Day for the Rev. R. E. Bailey. Churchjof Ten minutes each. 9:10JThe Purpose of the Epworth League. To-morrow. (1) ToJDevelop and Train Young Christians. Rev. R. B. McMican (2) To Become Active and Practical o Christians. Rev. D. L. Vance. lgi3)j-jr,y"r . " Become. Intelligent (Methodist) Christians with the Profc Amenities of our Holy Religion. Guy-Stevenso- n (4) To Become e in our Conception of the Great Commission Christ Gave His Church. Rev. B. F. Copas. World-Wid- "9:50 The League's Place in the Church. "Rev. Marvin Perryman. ,10:00The League's Place in the Revival. 1 Rev. Marion Capshaw. Rev. Allen Viers. 0: 0 The League's Relation to the Pastor. 1 0:20 The Relation of the Pastor to the League. T. Byron Bandy. 10:30 An Ideal EpwofthLeagut Devotional Meeting. D. T. Penick. t (Continued on page 7.) Perhaps the most eloquent paid the Old South by mortal tongue or pen was that of Bob Taylor, three times governor of Tennessee and later United States Senator. Following is his tribute to the Old South, taken from his matchless lecture, "The Old Plantation." ""There was once a civilization in the land ot my nativity more,; brilliant than any that ever flourished in all the tide of a romantic story of yanished dreams, holier and sweeter by lips that are hushed and. hearts that are now dust, and there is little left but the memory of its departed glory, lingering among the tombstones and monuments like the fragrance of flowers that are faded and gone. It ruled from a throne of ebony and made the world its tributary. It opened the floodgates of wealth and deluged the earth with gold. Its realm was the Sunny South, the paradise of cotton kept by the dusky sons and daughters of Ham amid its magnolia scented labyrinth of shade waled the chivalry and beauty of a lordly race. It was a proud and imperial civilization but like the Great Caesar, it fell with a hundred gaping wounds, and its bleeding corpse dissolved into ashes long ago on the funeral pyre of war. I would not stir your hearts to pity nor recall those gaping but rather let wounds me lift the veil of memory and give you a glimpse of the golden days of the old plantation before our Caesar fell. There half hidden in the groves of live oaks and magnolia trees, where the mocking bird chuckled and laughed, and the twittering blue birds built their nests, stood the white columned man sion of the master, where life reaches the high tide of baronial splendor. And stretching away to the horizon were the snowy cotton fields alive with toiling slaves who without a single care 'to bur den their hearts sang as they toiled from early morn till close of day. Every sunrise of summer was greeted by the laughter and songs of the, darkies as they scattered in gangs and went forth in every direction to begin the labors of the day, and the music floated back to the mansion to sweeten the morning Danger of Draft dreams of the drowsy lords and Drafts feel best when we are hot ladies who stijl rested on their and perspiring, just when they' ate pillow. The negroes of that day most dangerous and the result is Stiff muscles or were themost musical and hu- hsometimes anNeck, SoreRheumatism. attack of morous race of people who ever In such cases apply Sloan's Liniment, lived in the world, and they wove It stimulates circulation to the sore and painful part. The blood flows a melody into every task they freely and in a short time the stiffness performed, every leisure hour and pain leaves. Those suffering from Neuralgia was filled with their mirth and And one or or Neuralgia Headache will two applications of Sloan's Lmerriment and they were im Liniment will give grateful relief. bibed with the spirit of Christian The agonizing pain gives way to a tingling sensation of religion and were firm believers warmth and quiet rest comfort and and sleep is 4 in the providencae of the Al possible. Good 'for Neuritis too. Adv. mighty. There was not anjn- - Price 25c at Paull Drug Co. trib-uteev- er to-nig- ht; slaves. I sat on the veranda of an old In the recent address before plantation home in the gather- the Advertisers Club of Louising twilight of evening and lis- ville, John H. Sutcliffe, of the tened to the chiming of the dis- Inland Farmer, brought out the tant village bells and the respon- following incere3ting facts resive hymn of the weary negroes garding" agriculture products in as they came home from the cot- Kentucky and its relative positon fields singing. tion among States of the South. The negro quarters around the Kentucky leads all states in mansion were the shrines of in- the production of tobacco, hemp, nocent pleasure, where the dusky sorghum cane, and in thoroughrevelers gathered every' night bred horae3. with banjo and fiddle to play, The tobacco crop of 1915. was to pat and sing and dance away 369,000,000 pounds, more than the long happy hours. of the total crop of I have heard them play andl America sing until the very heavens There were 22 states in the seemed to turn into sheets of mu- Union last year that produced sic; every star wag a note and farm products valued at every constellation was a song. Kentucky was one of I have seen them dance until the these. smoke of pleasure of the bonfire Kentucky is the tenth state in swung corners with the moon- the production of corn, its yield beams in the air. I have heard last year being over 115,000,000 them lau&h until the ripening bushels. corn grinned through the shuck Kentucky stands seventh in and tickled chestnut burrs spread the Union in the production of their mouths and chuckled. The apples, its crop in 1915 being old darkies and their kinky headbushels. There are neared pickannies formed a circle ly 15,000,000 bearing fruit trees around the dancers nnd all pat- in the State of Kentucky. ted and sang together, keeping There are more registered Jertime with the music. sey cattle in Shelby county, Ky.t flyI have heard them hum to than in any county or state in ing shuttles and the clank of the America. drumming batons and beat time The show rings of the world to the music of whirring bobbins have demonstrated the value of and great hanks of cotton and IKentucky bred stock, not only wool melted away like snow in horses and mules, but dairy and June and then reappeared in beef cattle, sheep ana swine. ponderous bolts of jean and Among states located south of the Ohio River. Kentucky leads And then I have seen them in in nearly every agricultural the sewing room and heard the product. snip of shears and the grating of It has the largest white poputhimbles, and the singing of the lation of any state south of the thread till the last garments Ohio river. were finished and the black bodSeventy-fiv- e per cent, of its ies were made proof against the population is rural. chilling blast of winter. The value of farm property in And then, in the dreamy day Kentuckp is over $800,000,000, of autumnal glory when its gold being larger than that of any was on the forest and the mel- other state south of the Ohio low poured amber on the russet river. fields. I have watched my mothAmong the states south of the er as she sat beside the window Ohio river, Kentucky leads in in her big arm chair knitting for the production of dairy cattle, the slaves. The rythmic move- horses, poultry, sheep, wool, ment of her graceful fingers was corn, wheat and tobacco, and visible music; it was magic in comes second in hay and potayarn; and the big white ball cut toes. capers on the floor. There are more silo3 in KenAnd her needles danced like witches, tucky than in all the other states And those nimble fingers flew of the Central South put togethAs they deftly threw the stitches, And the great white stocking grew. er. But as each autumn came and Colds. Quickly Relieved. went I saw new silver in her Many people cough and coug- hnrnog ot Fall right hair and new lines of coming age fm the Uiiiuuu ias upimgo vuucia Bu vJv in her beautiful face and her love after cold. Take Dr. King's New lit eyes grew dim; and then, at Discovery and you will get almost immediate relief. checks your cold, last, with my old black mammy, stops the racking,Itrasping, they buried her on the hill, and coughs, heals the inflammation, soothes the raw tubes. Easy to take, my father too is sleeping there." Healing. one-thir- d $160,-000,00- wl 0, 12,-400,0- 00 -- lin-se- y. tissue-tearin- g Neu-ralgi- a, writes "W. C. Jesseman, Franconia, H. Money hack if not satisfied bat it nearly always helps. Paull Drug Co. Adv. Antiseptic and Get a 50c. bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and keep it in the house. "It is certainly a greafmedicine and I keep a bottle of it. continually on hand" Clara Louis Kellogg, the noted prima donna for many years, died in Connecticut She was a Southern woman. Dewey Poore, an electrical student aged 17, came in contact with a live wire and was killed at Middleeboro. . - fHE ADA3&C0UNTXNEWS Land is Plentiful. v V " GET RID OF Kentucky Fair Dates. The following are the dates There is no land famine in the CHILLS AND FEVER asjow-sjjueqji- ej fixed for holding the Kentucky United States, notwithstanding Z ffl3N Chills and Fever, or Malaria, are caused Fairs for 1916 asfar as reported the elimination of 11, 200,000 acre germ. Millions of these germs are to this office. Officers of fairs from the public domain during by a soon multiplied from the few that first find are requested to report to us any the last year. The annual re- foothold in the blood of their victim. YOURSELF of these germs omissions orjcorrections. port of the Commissioner of the ToRID you must PURIFY your blood, strengthen Mt. Sterling, July 194 days. General Land Office, just issued, the vital organs, and make yourself so Winchester, July 264 days. shows that 279,544,404 acres are robust, vigorous and healthy that they will be CAST OUT to STAY OUT. Harrodsburg, July 254 days. "unappropriated and unreserved. days. Taylorsville. August Of this area 172,987,912 acres DR. THACHER'S days. are surveyed. The land avail- Liver and Blood Syrup Henderson, August days. Danville, August able for homesteaders referred days. Berea, August to in the report is distributed has been widely known for many years as the "Best Chill Tonic." It has earned this Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, throughout twenty-fiv- e States, reputation by helping countless THOUdays. SANDS of people, many of them living August and in addition there are in the malarial sections of this country, Uniontown, August 3 5 days. acres available in Alaska to CLEANSE their blood and BUILD UP Fern Creek Fair, Buechel, AuWhile the cheapest land is that their strength so that the fever germs namnMiH gust 9 4 days. offered to settlers, it does not) would be cast out of their bodies. A vast multitude of people take Dr. days. Mt. Vernon, August appear that any one who wants a Thacher's Liver & Blood Syrup to predays. Burkesville,! August few acres in the oldest States vent Fever and Chills from attacking them. It is a wise and profitable precauPerryville, August j3 days. will find difficulty in obtaining it tion. It PAYS to fortify yourself against Lawrenceburg, August 15 4 3 horse power $66.00; 6 horse power $119.00 and othfrom individual owner at reason- malaria. And if it happens that you neg ers in proportion, all F. O. B. Factory. They use able prices. It might be said lected to do that, and are now afflicted, it days. will surely pay you to take instant action cheap grade of Coal Oil or Gasoline if you prefer. that the cost of moving a family and get this reliabletjiedy working for Shepherdsville, August 15 4 Why use gasoline when oil is so cheap. See one in days. t(? beyond the Mississippi will go a you at once. TRY that relief Broadhead, August 16 4 days. operation on in The News Oflong way toward paying for a hand. IT AND PROVE bottles. is at ancTSl.OO fice. If you want an Engine call on Owensboro, August 15 5 days. farm in any of the New Eng- LTHACHER MEDICINE COMPANY,) Fair, Sanders, Auland States, and east of Hudson Chattanooga, Tennessee. thousands of acres are awaiting For Sale By Page & Hamilton. gust 164 days. Ewing, AugustL7 3 days. IKY. tenants as buyers. The Eastern KnightsioftPythias Fair, Stanman of ordinary industry and The Nation's Leader. ford, August 233 days. thrift is not obliged to travel CoIumbia,!August 224 days one or two thousand miles to Wbodrow Wilson has been the Frankfort, August 29 4 days. find cheap land. Providence notion's leader in the most tryBardstown, August 294 days. Journal. ing three years "of its history. Nicholasville, August 293 He has been the spokesman For Your Child's Cough. for humanity throughout the days. , Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, If your child has a cold, nose runs or coughs much get a small bottle of world at a time of international August rv . 295 days. Dr. Bell's Its a upheavel. uoni just paint your Elizabethtown, August 29 3 syrup, just pleasant How great has been the reproperty "Green Seal" it. what children like and just the medstraint upon the embattled na- days. icine to soothe the cough and check Hanna's Green Seal Paint will Barboursville, August 303 the cold. After taking, children stop tions, because of their knowlgive you the longest possible fretting, sleep good and are soon en- edge of the force behind the days. tirely well. Insist on Dr. Bell's wear, and it will stick to your American President, probably 25c. at Paull Drug Co. Uncle Abner. property through the coldest Adv. never can be accurately estimat-ed-. and wettest weather. It is a It is certain, however, that Lincoln and Davis. If there is anything narrower superior paint from any stand had it not been for the moral a circus seat it is a Hardleadership of Wocdrow Wilson, than point you look at coin- There were remarkable shell deacon's idea of who's go-iit. It goes farther, there would have been no recidences in the lives of Abraham to get into heaven. straint at all upon the belligerlasts longer and Lincoln and Jefferson Davis. ents. One good thing about a pianola looks better. Prove Both were born in Kentucky ; leadership of Presi- Lis that it don't have to be teased Under the the quality of Hanna's Lincoln in 1809, Davis 1308. Both dent Wilson, the United States to play and will stop whenever Green Seal Paint for removed from their native State Has given evidence of reserve you want it to. yourself. Lincoln to the in chilphood. Hod Peters says every time he power which has made all EuroNorthwest, Davis to the South- pean aations, after each new looks at the palm garden on west. Lincoln was a captain of move, awaits the verdict of Miss Amy Frisby's hat it makes 'FMls&CoW volunteers and Davis a second America him think of the time he was in lieutenant of regulars in the There has been no egotism, no Milwaukee and he hastens over Black Hawk war of 1832. They noise and bluster, no attacks upon to the saloon to- - keep the membegan their political careers the JEFFRIES HDW. CO., honest business men from the ory green. K same year, 1844, Lincoln being White House in the past three There is no loss without some a presidential e vector for Clay, years. There has been no junk- small gain. Hank Purdy's wife beep on a stock of Good and Davis for Polk. They were eting or excessive speech-makinUnder rven tuCKy COfflns caskets, hands robes.uUI also keep and cooked a round steak for him ; Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and elected to Congress about the Laws. President Wilson has hand- that he couldn't eat, but instead two hearses. Prompt; service night or same time, 1845 and 1846. They led day. the world power which desti of throwin' it away he cut it up Residence Phone 29, office were called to preside over their ny phone 98. bestowed upn the United into harness laces. In the opinion of Mrs. Cora respective governments the same J. F. Triptett, States at the present crucial perBe good and you'll be lone- Wilson Stewart, president of the Columbia. Ky year and within a few days iod with faithfulness, discretion some, is an old sayin', and most Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, Davis, February 8, 1861; Lincoln, and the reserve strength that of the fellers around this burg who was the only delegate from March 4, 1861. symbolizes the nation's great- seem to have a constant hanker- Kentucky to the meeting of the Owing to the scarcity of food ness. ing for company. National Conservation Commis-- j Is it any wonder that stalin Germany resulting from the It takes a millionaire's wife to sion, just ended at Washington, Land Owners Attention. wart Republican newspapers, as English blockade, a Food Direcgown and not be talk ''the number of illiterates in the; T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do wear a $7 well as those of independent or tor will be appointed who will lowlands does not outnumber Demacratic fairh, have paid ed about by her dear feminine your Surveying correctly. have control of all food distrib- Woodrow Wilson the tribute of friends. A poor man's wife has those in those in the highland of thirty-thre- e years ' mountainous sections." Herj uted. ranking him with Lincoln as one got to wear, the real goods. experience. Charges reasubject was "The Prevention of of the two greatest Presidents? The main difference between a sonable. Phone 74 or genuine calabash pipe and an Illiteracy." In the course of County School Superintendent write imitation calabash pipe is the her remarks Mrs. Stewart said will not be allowed during their A that eighteen States have copied T. C. Faulkner, terms to engage in any other price. Columbia. Ky, business according to a recent There ain't no man who kin the Kentucky law creating illitY S eracy Commission. Continuing ruling of State' Supt. Gilbert. " offer you as much advice on how POULTRY CURE KUMOr Mrs. Stewart said that while the literacy among her people. While to run your business as some felta the drinking water R. L. Elkin, of Lancaster, will campaign against illiteracy is a the State has given the commisKikis Hhs lay Amiigfr who has failed in his own. Guthrie Wilson-- , of Bards- ler succeed Southern movement, it is a be- sion only $10,000 to carry on the Cores Ronp. Colds, Cbelera, Llmberneck Treveats Superintendent of the A feller with thick eyeglasses coming nation-widtown, as One 50c bottle sakes XI and Ken- work, volunteer! are numerous EBos of aeattiae. At a is purty bard to beat in a horse department at the State tucky is the first commonwealth and wealthy people are contribdeal or in a poker gaioe. vMMOV HKvTSViXHM(IM Kf. Pair. to take, official cognizance of il- - uting liberally to the work. 3N1DN3 3dy, wayj aijj r . jsjf J 14 15 23 23 300,-000,0- 00 76 1 93 94 9-- For Farms, Mills or Shops. 50-ce- nt CHEAP OIL Tri-Coun- ty J. IT.COLUMBIA, PATTESON, Green S m lour House w Pine-Tar-Hone- y. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Pine-Tar-Hone- y. n' Hi iiig ANNA'S COLUMBIA, ENTUCKY g. I 45-l- yr Surveyi ng He-has J . i j , -- FEW DROPS - Sick-sec- t. e, busi-nee- V ft V ft iL ' x .iv Jr- - X V H "&' 4 :THE 'ADAIR COUNTY HEWS GOTJtfTY-'NEW- S JHE ii-- which was endeavoring to apstructions from the Berlin proach our, lines ii the neighborPublished Every Wednesday an- - hcod'Of Quennevieres, was sub-juctOffice. The a'ction was . BY THE by us to a counter-attac- k m omcial Company statement from the German emAdair County News and dispersed, leaving some bassy: ( INCORPORATED.) dead upon the fieldt where the "In consequence of cases which encounter took place. ADAIR ined The Ambassador acted on nounced this have occurred of late the Ger "'On the left bank of the river inMeuse, after a spirited preparaDemocratic newspaper devoted to the interest man Ambassador has sent Rug House cf the City of Columbia and the people of Adair structions to all German Consuls tion by their artillery, the Geradjoining counties. and Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors "to 'our" spaelousr in the United States strongly im mans endeavored 'several times s salesrooms expressed themselves most favoras second press upon German citizens liv- last.night to capture the redoubt . Entered at the Columbia ably about our stockB and prices. class mail matter. Reing in their districts that it is in the wood of Avocourt. The ever busy section, housing thousand" $f yards of SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR their duty scrupulously to obey pulsed each time by our fire, the Good Linoleum the laws of the State in which enemy suffered very serious WED. MAY. 24, 191B they losses. As for us, we executed reside." with its towefing big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. It was said at the German em- at a point to the north of Hill 287 Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. bassy that the instructions were at aoout 6 o'clock in the morndesigned to prevent plots or law- ing a surprise attack upon a GerFOR CONGRESS. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, incorporated. lessness on the part of German man trench. The men occupyWe are authorized to announce that CHARLES 522 & 524 W. Market St., P. MONTGOMERY, of Casey County, is a candi citizens who might be' disposed ing the position were eicher killdate to represent the Eighth District in the next Louisville, Ky. The German ed or made prisoner. Congress, subject to the Democratic primary to be to engage in such. held August 5, 1916. Government, it was said, looks "At this same time of day We are authorized to announce HARVBY witK great disfavor upon any 'French troops took possession, HELM, of Lincoln county, a Democratic candi" for Congress from the such conduct and desires that after a furious engagement-- , of a date for Eighth district, subject to the August primary. they shall not engage in any un- small fort of the enemy on the nor,tti-easlope of Hill 304. Hon. Harvey Helm's candida-'c- y dertaking inany way outside the "On the right bank of the to Congress is law. for It was not disclosed whether river Meuse and in the Woevre "rib longer in doubt. On our first page he publishes an address to specific cases have been brought district, there have been recipro- the Democrats of the district, so- to the attention of the German cal bombardments. What ia more essential than GOOD EYESIGHT. "During the night of May 46-1- 7 So if jou have any trouble come in and let me fit you with the right liciting their support in the com- Government, but it was made glasses. I give you free Examination and have your Lens ground to French aviators conducted ing August primary; Mr. clear that Berlin officials want Suit1 Your Eyes. If you trade with me you must be Satisfied. I Helm's public record, as a ser- the United States and its people numerous bombardments along Guarantee my work. I also do "Watch Work. When In town com up.and see me, my office is over Albin Murray's store. vant of the people of the Eighth to understand that they have the front to the north at Yerdun. Z. A. TAYLOR. district, is familiar to all, hence not countenanced any illegal af For instance: Fifteen shells of fairs with which German citizens large caliber were thrown down words from this paper are unnecly missed.- - Wedo not know Mr, essary. The race is now evident- or sympathizers in this country upon an important depot of munitions between Raucourt and Hadley, but he is all right or ly made up, Senator Charles F. have been connected. Count von Bernstorff' sMnstruc-tion- s Arracourt, ten kilometers (six Lora would not have taken him. Montgomery, of Casey county, were receieved and were miles) south of Sedan; five more being Mr. Helm's,opposing can-- From Illinois. forwarded to German consuls on the railroad station at Sedan, didate. immediately. where a fire broke out, and fifArrowsmith, May 14, 1916. President Wilson has accepted Administration officials were teen on a depot of munitions not an invitation to be in Hodgen-vill- e much interested in the statement far from Azannes. During the Editor News: September 4, to take part in issued by Count von Bernstorff same night two French aeroI will drop a few lines, hoping the exercises making the formal and, expressed themselves as planes' threw down eighty shells they will find space in your paD.VDERTAKER AND EMDAUtER presentation of the farm upon much pleased. It was said the on the railroad station at per, as I can't write to all of my COLXMBIA, ICY. .which Abraham Lincoln was instructions to German Consuls i. old friends in Adair county. I Any kind ot Coffin or Casket made ready to born, to the Government. Sen- were not the result of any acof the enemy1' dur am liking'fine. This is the fin-e- send out In a few minutes after receiving '.'Aviators ator John Sharp Williams and tion by the United States. Of- - ing the night threw down severfarming country I was ever order. No extra charge for hearse. Ail kinds of Newton D. Baker, Secretary of Lficials thought the step might do al bombs in the vicinities of in. The man I am working for Robes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co Home Phone 52 A War, will also be present and much to relieve troublesome con- Luneville, Epinal and Belfort. is running a farm, of 5320 acres. will make addresses. The occa- ditions which have Tnanifested They caused material damage of We have 90 acres of oats sowed sion will draw people from many themselves almost since-"thbe- no great importance." and 80 acres of corn planted and is an excellent young man. We States, and Kentuckians will be ginning of the war, " have 100 acres yet to plant. We wish him much luck. Rugby. there by the thousands. It is unddrstood the Berlin have been having lots of rain Miss Eula Keltner is spending Foreign office learned that" puband on the night of the 13th we Saturday in the In his address n lic opinion in this country was James Rosson attended the' had a heavy electrical storm. a few weeks with her uncle, celebration of the Mecklenburg Keltner, of this place. being affected by activities of graduating exercises at the L. The meadows are looking fine. declaration of independence, sympathizers concerned in pass- W. T. S. R. O. Cabbell and Miss Mary Some of the farmers are done President Wilson said this coun- port frauds, bomb plots and simDr: X, W. Scott was at Grady- - planting corn at the present time Young, of Joppa, visited Bertha, try was trying to set the examilar operations. It is thought ville last Friday. My old friend, Clarence Hadley, Lena and Frank McFarland Satple of bringing all the world topossible that no new Germany or A large crowd from here were is located about two miles from urday night and Sunday. gether upon terms of liberty naval attaches will come to the in Columbia the first day of court. me. We see each other quite of Mrs. Lura Banks and two and peace, and and United States before the end of ten. I get lonesome- - some times daughters, Winnie and Bettie, There was a large crowd at in that great experience Amerthe war, because German offiChildren's Day at Breeding last and would like to see some of my visited her sistes, Mrs. Milica had a sort of prophetic samthey would be subject cials feel Sunday. They had 45 exercises old friends in Kentucky. I am lard Collins, Saturday night ple of mankind. to suspicion, and the German and marches. The children getting 28 per month, and my and Sunday. Hon. L. T. Neat, who was in Government is represented as showed that they had had a fine friend is getting $30. The peo Miss Mary Lee Smith, of Codesirous of putting an end to acLouisville last week, met a numple out here are friendly and lot of practice and training. lumbia, is visiting at her uncle's ber of his Republican friends tivities objectionable to the Unit- Lots of dinner and good behav- have treated me n'ce. My bos3 Mr. Jim Harmon. who live in the Eighth district, ed States. ior. Bro. Upley, our pastor, and I go to town quire often. Misses Maudie and Cordie Aland the general expression was preached in ' the afternoon and There is lots of pretty girls out GERMAN'S DEFEAT. that he would not be opposed in here and this is leap year, I lison, of Jerico, are spending a Bro. Lyons in the evening. Several attacks were made by few days with then: sister, Mrs. the primary in his race for Conwant to marry. think they-al- l We are needing rain. Wheat German troops on the Verdun Leslie McFarland. gress. Edgar Lawhorn. and meadows are short and evfront in an effort to capture a reAfter so long a time Cyclone doubt at Aocourt. The official erything is getting dry. Cyclone. has been blessed with a new WAR SITUATION Fire got out on Banard Harstatement of says the Ger well, which is very much appremans were repulsed each time, vey's place last Wednesday and by the district. The farmers are very busy in ciated Ger- and that they lost heavily. Washington, May 18. burned up a lot of fence. While Leslie Pickett and Simon Finn, this section planting corn and many, through Count von BernFrench troops atter severe fighting the fire Virge Wilson Chapel, recently visstorff, has instructed all German fighting captured a German fort got hemmed in a tree top and everything points to a successful of Pickett Wheat grass anrj ited W. E. Keltner. Consuls in the United States to on the the north-easlope of got part of his hair burned off crop year. gardens are looking fine. Rev. W. S. Dudgeon will admonish German citizens in Hill 304. but otherwise was not hurt. Rev. Perryman filled his reg- preach at Cyclone the 2nd Suntheir districts scrupulously to obThe text ot the statement Miss Lora Janes and a Mr. serve American laws. This was Hadley from Russell county were ular appointment Here Sunday. day afternoon in June. ' "Between- - the river Oise and married last Sunday. Miss Janes It was his last sermon, .as he is done in an effort to end various Solomon McFarland bought a alleged violations of American the river Alarie a strong reconr was one of the community's best going away to school. We hate fine black Jack from hig brother, neutrality. noitering party of rf' enemy, young romen anofwill b great- - very much to see him go for be B. D. McFarkad, of ReweMu OH AS. S. HARRIS. Editor. 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 Jiavq cost no more that the inferior kind. Our store is known as the, representative Carpet and have-alway- Post-offic- e k - Announcements. - st re-electi- on J. B. JbNTiS . Metz-Sablon- s. st -- e " . Ir-vi- - st fol-low- s: -- 9 U V I FZZ y' A & COJJNTy-NEWS V - - vV-- 5 P THE ADAIR -. ccr-- y Additional Locals. From Illinois? Macomb, May 18, 1916. Kentucky Fair Dates. The following are the dateF BAIQNG POWDER iSfo KUTAL Mr. Brad- - tanrfeH rho. ' It 9 - k&sofey Air AiumV Nq Phosphate t Editor News: '. While getting ready to go to Mexioo fixed for holding the Kentucky LONELY BACHELOR I found my 22 revolver wrapped in an Fairs for 1916 as far as reported IS FOUND DEAD old Columbia paper of date May 28 to this office. Officers of fairs I86?r which gives some very interesting facts of that day-an- d time. I will are requested to report to us any give you a few items of which might omissions or Bunch of Pearls Valued at $5,- corrections. interest some of the older readers of Mt. Sterling, July 19- -4 days. 000 Discovered in His The News. Home. a! and Mrs John Sandusky at- dpdidarinn of. the new taueht at fbrdsville, reached home one day last Methodist Church, at.EIHh'orn, last ' week. Sunday. Mr J. F. Shaw, Nashville, was here Mr. Edgar Ellis, of Pellyton, visited .last week, spending Sunday in Co :his sisters, Miss Hallie Ellis and Mrs. lumbia Josie Simpson," last week. Mr. W. I. Meader, Campbellsville, v Mrs Lou Schooling, of Danville, is was a visitor one day last week.. visiting at the home of Judge H. C. Mr Romlo Judd, who is finishing at .Baker, being an aunt of .Tudge Baker's Georgetown College, spent several, children. days of last week at home Mr. Geo. E. Coffey, brother of Mr. Mr. C. A. Hammonds, who is a J. N. Coffey, who lives in the West, is prominent business man of Russell visiting in Columbia. Springs, was he're Fnday. A. Strange, Marrowbone, Mr. F. I. Jones, Danville,vwas here 'Mr. E. , kwas here during . a few days ago. i Personals. is in Zion items and is as folA large crowd attended the closing of a very successful singing Burkesville, Ky , May 22 -- The body school taught by Melvin L. White, Messrs Jack Beard and Arv jn Lyon, ofHiram Staton, an old bachelor of there being not less than 2,000 people; Carapbellsville, spent Sunday in years of age, was found present. Dinner on the ground. In about fifty-fiv- e lows: First i Miss "Nell Follis, who -- v.. . , Mr. M. Cravens spent two or three "Mr. Richard Hoard, ot Campbells-viffewas here the first of the week. days of last week at home. Mr. W. H. Hammonds, Misses ElDr. W. G. Hunter, of Louisville, was here on important business last len Burbridge, Lillie Nethery, Willie Nethery, Pauline Hammonds, Mary week. were Mr. M. F. Snow, Rurkesville,,.was Nethery and Rens Hammonds pleasant callers at this 'office last here a few days since. Monday. Railroadmeetfng in the court-hous- e Mrssrs. W. L.Hendrickson, H. G. Hitchey-.i- s spending a next Saturday. Miss Allene Davis, W. R. Lyon and Ernest Smith, Campbellsville, were here a few das few weeks with her sister, Mrs. John LLee Walker. Special Offer. ago. . Mr. Geo. W. Staples, ,who is em- ' r Mr. S M. Huddleston and W. Hatcher, attended court one ployed at Lexington, was, at home For a short" time will furnish the daily Evening Post, Louisville, Home Sunday. day last week. and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War Mr. B. F. Taylor, Nashville, was at Miss Gwendolyn JBayless, who was map and the Adair County News, all the Hancock Hotel last Thursday. the popular music teacher in the Lindsey-left for her home, in Ohio, one year for S3.25. The map itself is ilr. and Mrs. Owsley Ritchey, of She made worth $1.50, but by accepting this ofBurkesville, visited at the home of last Saturday morning. many friends during her stay in Co fer jou get it for almost nothing. " Mr. John Lee "Walker last week. lumbia. Mr. L. O. Taylor came down fiom Joe Russell, who recently moved Frankfort last week. His mission was Dr. J. N. Murrell has gone to Som- here from Columbia, is a great story to obeyla summons and to visit his erset and Monticello for ,a few days teller and enjoys-- good joke immensemother, brothers and .sister. rest, having been sick 'for several ly, but accoidi' g to Charlie Wal's, who Mr. A. E. McNatt, Bowling Green, weeks. also moved here recently from Cotraveling salesman, was here Friday. Messrs. JohnB. Coffey, J. W. Flow- lumbia, Russell tloesn't always tote Mr. J. M. Wright and Mr. D. B. ers. G. E. Reed and T.E "Jeffries fair. Mr. Walls says that on one ocEdwards, Campbellsville, were in Co will attend the State Democratic con- casion, of course it was a long time lumbia the latter part of last week. vention at Lexington which will be ago, he met Mr. Russell in Louisville (Wed- and as the result of a little" incident Jtfr. Sam Hale, Russell Springs, was called to'order at 12 m. that transpired he had a .powerful here Thurday, en rout to Louisville. nesday.) I good story to tell on him when he got "Prof. R. R. Moss, wife and little back to Columbia. However, Mr Mr. Henry Hudson, who is at presents living in Jacksonville, 111., was daughter, Maxine, Prof. Paul Chand- Walls Bays helwas delayed a day or so called here last week, a witness in a ler and Miss Katie Murrell motoredto in getting back home, and when he -' Elkhorn, Taylor county, la'st Sunday, did return Mr. Russell had already case. to be present at .the dedication- - of ji told the story on him. Tothis day," Mr. H. S. Robinson, of the Campnew Methodist Church, the sermon by Mr. Walls says, "I can't make 'em bebellsville bar, was here a day or J,wo Dr. H. C. Morrison, a noted divine. lieve it was on Russell and not on me. on legal businesss. Russell is a good fellow otherwise, but Mr. R. M. Hurt,' while returning Mr. Wm. Hobson, an attorney of he's a perfect crook when it comes to Campbellsvills, was in court here sev- home one day last week, was taken swiping a good story." Lebanon Envery sick and had to stop at the home eral days of last week. terprise. of Mr. W. L. Frankum where he yet Mrs. Asa Baker, her son, Robert, and remains. He is better and the At Cost. Mr. Sellie Baker, Amandaville, visited point to his early recovery. at the home of Mr. R. F. Rowe and I have six new binders (Deering). attended Commencement exercises in Miss Katie Murrell will leave Thurs- which I will sell at actual cost. day for a two week's visit to Miss Lindsey-WilsoJ; H. Phelps, Elizabeth Kemp, Earlington. On her Jamestown, Ky. Messrs. G. D. Parrish and E. H. return she will stop a few days with Brockman, Amanaaviue, were among Miss Mary Chandler, Campbellsville, Mr. John D. Wickliff. who was a the visitors last week. and from there she will go to White- - nephew of the Misses Trabue, who Mr. S D. Pace and Mr. Jas. Edmon wood, to pay the Misses Workman a live one mile from Columbia, died, reson were here from Burkesville. short visit. cently, in Montgomery, Ala. He was forty years old and left a wife. His Misses Burnice Elliott and Mae Mr. J. D. Wooldridge, Jamestown, father, one sister, Mrs. H. R. Turner, Brockman were with the Amandaville was here Thursday, en route to LouisCampbellsville, and Trabue Wickliff, delegation. ville. He is of the firm of Knight & a brother, survive him. His remains Mr. Finis Baker came from Aman- Wooldridge, Jamestown, dealers in were brought to Bardstown, where daville and was here until Saturday automobiles. They have sold quite a his father resides for interment. The number recently, and Mr. Wooldridge deceased was a member of the Presbymorning. will bring out two more on his reterian Church, the funeral being Mr. Jack Beard was here from turn. preached by Rev. A. G. Link, of Burkesville the latter part of last Mrs. W. B. Patteson, who has been Campbellsville. week. in St. Anthony hospital, Louisville, Mr. Porter A. Stiange ana wife will for several weeks, returned home last The mothers of Kentucky are urged start Thursday on their return trip to Saturday night, accompanied by her by the Federation of Woman's Clubs, Oklahoma, stopping one day in Bow- husband She underwent a very se- in session at Maysville, last week, to ling Green, to visit Dr. and Mrs. A.. rious, operations, but we are glad to see that their daughters dress modestM. Rowe. state that she stood the trip home ly. They claim that the immodest downMiss Ida Hogard, of Elizabethtown, finely and is now on the road to final dress has much to do with the fall of young girls. recovery. is visiting at the home of Miss Edna Chewning. Rev. R. V. Chapin, who has been The Edmonton News has suspended the pastor of the Presbyterian Church The town needs a paper, and it will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sandusky, Miss and at union ior tne past year, a long time before one appears there Mattie Morrison and Dr. W. J. Flow- here tendered his resignation several weeks ers went to Louisville last week, Mrs. ago and with his wife and children that will be as good as the .one that Sandusky to consult a specialist. was forced to the wall. Here, is hop left last Monday afternoon lor Ohio ing that Dennie Beasley will secure a Mr. Merlin Wood, Campbellsville,. where he has accepted a pastorate. profitable position. Mr.. Chapin is a zealous Christian was here the tirst pf the week. gentleman and has a most excellent Adair county has received Mr. Cecil Ramsey arrived a few days wife and two interesting children. ago aad this week he will eturn to They have the best, wishes of their of a soaking rain. All kinds of vegetation was needing.it, especially, wheat Mantlcelto, 'ia 'company with friends, eorn and Irish, potatoes. ;v - ' last-week- dead in his residence in Irish Bottom, this county, early Saturday morning by Joe Hiram Margan, a nephew, and Dock Allen, who were investigating his absence from around the' place. The last time Mr. Stanton was seen alive was on the night of May 12th, at which time he was at his residence where he lived alone, and he seemed to be in good spirits and normal in every way. It is thought that he com mitted suicide the very night he was last seen, as he was not about the farm any more, and visitors found the doors locked, but made no further investigation till Sunday morning. In the loom with his body was found a bunch of pearls that he had purchased from peailers along the river, estimated to be worth $5,000, there being nearly 1,000 pearls of every size, shapes and value. Besides the pearls, 31,000 in currency and checks was found in his room. He has no relation in the State except one nephew, Joe Hiram MoFgan, of this county, who found the'body: the afternoon Prof, hite gave prizes to the best Bass and Tenor singers, the contestants being Aubey H,urt, Jp Nat Conover, Rollin Hurt, Jack Stotts, Billie Rowe and Long Bob Conover. Judges, Wm. L. Stotts and EdGarnett. After singing 25 or 30 songs they decided, Bass, Billie Rowe, Tenor, Robt. Conover, ' (the prize being a pound of candy ) They adjourn at a late hour singing "God be with you till we meet again." One item from Gradyville: last Sunday while Mr. Luther Wilmore was on his way to" superintend Sunday school at Union, he was thrown from his mule and considerably shaken up, but nevertheless he went on his way. After a short distance he met with Virge Grissom, who was in pursuit of a calf. "What kind of a calf is it, Virgie? " - Hud-dlesto- n, said Bro. Wilmore. "Well, I can't tell z'vctly, but its very small, kinder white spotted, gist about the color of your whiskers, one horn off next to the fence, and a tail about as long as a little piece oof rppe." Well, well, said Bro. Wiiniore, "that very calf is back yonder iu the fence corner. He caused my mule to throwme and I just took out my 22 and shot him. Lets hustle on or will be late. Hoping to meet Mr. White and Wilmore at the Columbia Fair, Tames T. Logan. Winchester, July 264 days. Harrodsburg, "July 254 days. Taylorsville. August 4 days. 'days. Henderson, August days. Danville, August Berea, August 2 t3 days.. Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, August days. Uniontown, August 3 5 days. Fern Creek Fair, Buechel, August 9 4 days. Mt. Vernon, August days. days. Burkesville, August Perryville, August 9 3 days. Lawrenceburg, August 15 4 days. Shepherdsville, August 15 4 days. Broadhead, August 16 4 days. Owensboro, August 155 days. Fair, Sanders, August 16 4 days. Ewjng, August 173 days. Knights of Pythias Fair, Stan-ord- 4 August 233 days. 1 15 23 76 93 94 I. Tri-Coun- ty Columbia, August 294 days. Bardstown, August 294 days. Nicholasville, August 293 Frankfort, August days. 224 days f- on hands some buggy wheels Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville and tops, backs and cushions, Come days. August quick for a bargain. 28-3- t. I have Wilson, 4 S. F. Eubank. 295 Notice. The Twentieth Century Club will "meet with Mrs. Fred Self-Cultur- a e Elizabethtown, August days. Barboursville, August days. 293 303 MyeTs Thursday evening May 25th, 7:30 at o'clock. Every member is requested to attend, as this is the time to elect our officers for the coming year, A special program will be rendered. The following lesson will be given: . t Paper The Fairy Tale Myth as answering" a Fundamental- - Need Miss Vic Hughes 'v'alue'bf'Fairy'Tales TJiss Hyde. Myth and Legends' for the Little Ones Mrs. Bush. The Myth in the Home Mrs Williams. General discussion opened by Mrs. John Murrell. Died. Mr. Wm. Scott Sullivan and C. C. Chaplin escaped from the Jamestown jail last Tuesday night by sawing the bars. They had both been convicted and given sentences in the penitentiary. Sullivan appealed his case and last week the judgment of the lower court was affirmed. There were five other prisoners in jail, but they refused-tleave. o indi-datio- Mrs. Amanda Burton, who was the wife of Riley Burton, died near Purdy last Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock. She was about 43 years old and was sick .six months before her death. She leaves, besides her husband, two sons. She was a member of the Separate Baptist Church, and was a good Christian woman. Messrs. Tate Turpen, Guy Ifell ani Master Allen Eubank had extra Cue luck in hunting, last Wednesday afternoon and Thursday forenoon. They squirrels, bringing killed eighty-fou- r all of them to Columbia. ns Franklin, son of Mr. Zach e n. 18-3- m years old, died near town last Saturday night. He was a victim of consumption and was sick for several months. The inter ment was in the city cemetery, quite a number of relatives and friends were present. Franklin, twenty-on- I keep on hands a full stock coffins, caskets, of The Pictorial Review is one of the best periodicals that comes to this office. It is ably edited, and the selected matter is the very best, fresh and timely. The illustrations are perfect and are of much interest. "How the Women Cleaned up a Texas Town" will be read and enjoyed. In fact, .June number will prove of great in terest throughout both to the young, and old. Send for it. The address is West 39th St New York, N. Y. 216-226 and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or Residence Phone 29, office day. 45-- 1 phone 98. yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia, Ky Surveying w who was years old, died in Pellyton, Land Owners Attention. this county a few days ago. She was a charge upon the county, but she had the respect of everybody in the T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do community. She was a zealous memyour Surveying correctly. ber of the .Christian Church, and a large circle of friends attended the years He has thirty-thre- e funeral. The sermon was preached by Rev. W. H. Lemmons, who paid a experience. Charges reahigh tribute to the departed. Mrs. eighty-fiv- e Elizabeth Elder, ""A -- -- Mrs-3Uae- y many-Columb- ia Born, to the wife of Curt Hindman, May 16th, a daughter. Born, to the wife"of Richard Breeding, same date, a daughter. Both'of ' ttrc above inThe . former was fants were-ieftc- L Celamty for 'Interment. brought to -- sonable. Phone 74 or write - T. C. Faulkner, -- V 1 y, V 1 ,THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS , Business Phoe Ce4ccnce Phone 13 B - DR. h-; J. N. MURRELL DENTIST ' :- -- Dffice, - Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g ' up Stain. ' Columbia,. J. B. Stone - - Kentucky J. H. 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PEASLEE-GAULBER- PAULL DRUG CO., Columbia, Ky. TIN WORK. The Deputy Constable was a visitor at the Dog Hill church Every farmer knows by now Sunday morning. He was lookthing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call that the war now going on in ing for two or three violaters of at my shop if you need any thin6 in my Europe and Mexico has raised the law but, they eluded him by 9 line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. the price of food stuff and no ar- sitting up clo3e and listening to Over L. W. Bennetts'a Store. ticle plays a greater part than the sermon. Elliek Hellwanger has swapped S. E. Bridgwaters, corn. Soil behooves each and every farmer to raise more corn. a blind horse for an open fa'ce It is not necessary to plow more watctj. Elliek is very proud of land to do this but it is necessary the deal and is taking the watch to put more work upon the land around with him wherever he Dr. and upon the crop. The soil, however, he will not start it to running probably before fall. should be first put in first-claDENTIST shape and all manure used that An Ideal Spring Laxative. , OVER PAULL DRUG CO. is ta be had and then shallow A good and time tried remedy is Dr. cultivation and lots of it. The King's New Life Pills. The first dose Columbia, Ky. corn crop in Kentucky is never will move the sluggish bowels, stimOFFICES PHONI more than half worked, hence ulate the liver and clear the system of JRES PHONE SO. waste and blood impurities. You owe our low average per acre as com- it to yourself to clear the system of pared with some other states. body poisons, accumulated during the winter. Dr. King's New Life Pills WELL DRILLER Work your crop well this year if will-d- it. 25c, at Paull Drug Co. you never did before. Owen-to- n Adv. Democrat. I will drill wells in Adair and The Booster. prepared to do any kind of Tin Work, 'Roofing, Guttering, &c. 1 make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other I am More Work, More Corn. For the Farmer. HENRY W. DEPP, Sell off all- - inferior pigs and DENTIST hogs by way of the butcher as Am permanently located in Co soon as they are fit. Get them lumbia. James Triplet ss i o adjoining counties. See me be A Symbol of Health, The Pythagorians of Ancient Greece ate simple food, practiced temperance proved machinery of all kinds. and purity. As a badge they used the Ave pointed star which they regarded Pump Repairing Done. Give as a symbol of health. A. red five .pointed star appears on each package me a Call. of Chamberlain's Tablets, and still fulfills its ancient mission as a symbol C. YATES of health. If you are troubled with fore contracting. Latest im- J. Iv. . H. Jones Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist indigestion, billiousness, or constipation, get a package of these tablets from your druggist. You will be surprised at the quick relief which they afford. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Adv. Eye Specialist j ! ". Hog wallow News.x Special attention given Diseases of all gf- - f At a magic lantern show at Domestic Animals Tickville Saturday night the curOfflce'ab Residence, 1 mile of town, on tain had to be hung" up with ropes, as a picture of an eleJamestown road. phant was shown. Phone 114 G. Hon. Urey Woodson has gone Cricket Hicks was over to see Columbia, Ky. Creek, where he has the widow in the Calf Ribs to Battle neighborhood Thursday. Mar- been summoned by the illness of riage is sometimes a bad trade Mrs. Woodson. Stone, except where you get a farm to Taxes on incomes, inheritances & and munitions are to pay the boot. preparedness in the Attoney-At-LaFit Smith is on a trade for a cost for graphqphone. The owneiswants' United States. The booster is the biggest guy that lives in any town; he's always praising up the burg and never runs it down; from early morn till late at night he's always on the job, with cheery words and winning smiles, from him no mournful sob. He boosts himself and fellowmen, he urges them to hustle, and not to stand and whine around, but get right out and rustle; and make the welkin ring with joy, as business piieth up and bring returns so rich and full, to fill each plodder's cup. For he's the sport that we all love, a good sweet-soule- d old jigger, and here's success and wealth to him and may they both grow bigger. in fit shape for the market as fast as it is possible. Filthy water or swill never ought to be put into any hog's stomach. It would be much better to take the chill of all liquids given them. The beds should be perfectly drA and clean. Damp and dirty beds are fatal to the thrift and growth of young pigs. Pigs running on grass need no such bulky feed as barn. Five parts middlings and one part tankage is a proper supplement. Statistics show that the manure from each pig is worth $12 a year, You see it will pay to save this manure. The brood sow should not be given corn unless they are very thin in flesh and need to be built up. The Berkshire hog was first introduced into the United States in 1830, coming from England. The orchard is good for the pigs, and the pigs is good for the orchard. Keep the brood sows and the young pigs selected for breeders separate from the fattening stock The price of pork should convince any person that there is profit in good hogs. There is no sense of profit in feeding hogs or pigs after they are fit to kill. Every squeal that comes from the cold means a lot of corn gone for nothing. We can't afford All Classes of Dental work done. Crow de and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed OfTkeover G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer he Adair CounlyNews and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year Por Only $1.35 Enquirer is Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly It Is Issued every Thursday, subscription price ?1.00 per year, and it la ona of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlne the world's events, and for that reason can sine you all the leading news. It Carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports- - Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome, farm or business man. This grand offer Is itmtfwl and we advise you to take advantage.by subscrib'njr for the above combination right now. Call or mail Orders to te The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Be sure there is plenty of fresh water in every pasture. The house and Senate Conference Committee has agreed on an army bill which provides for 206,000 soldiers for the regular army. Whooping Cefgk. that. Stone w WiS pradice 8 tbkCMKl-dioB- woustie. Arrange to put the hogs and One of the most successful preparapigs in a fresh pasture before tions in use for this disease is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. S. W. the bile gets too short. Blandon Springs, Ala , writes Shelter hogs from the hot sun "Our baby had whooping cough as in Summer and from cold in win- bad as naost any baby could have it. 1 There were over 150,000 men ter. too much for it, and Fit says he gave him Chamberlain's Cough Itemmay only rent a parrot, as ' hii and women in the parade for ' Slop willoot queach jt pig's ed? and .it soon orhir wM." Obwife will be at home in a few preparedness in New York City thirst, especially during hot tainable at Paull Drug Ce. Air. Saturday week. week anyway. weathers Mc-Ciint- on, . -- J "s - . . jvfs . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS HE 8fe S5 JB 85 8fi " Of Interest to Farmers. wlMM 9 9 9 9 99 9 99WWWW LISTEN! LISTEN! WOODSON LEWIS WOODSON tiEvVTB and family needs. sheep shearing will ybegin this week. Buyers are offering 40 There are times in every woman's life when she cents a pound for swool. Sheep needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic are selling at $12 a head. to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is comA number of Chicago coal conposed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, cerns, who have been using and helps build them back to strength and health. motor trucks exclusively for sevIt has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its' past half century of wonderful eral years purchased success, and it will do the same for you. horses on the Chicago market You can't make a mistake in taking last week. Mrs. Ray Nunn, of Crittenden OOreports 33 dozen and 4 eggs dur-in- g PHONE: ) Cumb. Main 9I-Rates Home City 2291 February and 31 dozen and 8 eggs during March from 17 hens, "SAFETY FIRST" making a total of 65 dozen eggs Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for the two months. for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was In a statement issued Wednesso weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy "In the Heart of Lou!5ville" spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and day, the foreign trade depart as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." ment of the National City Bank, TELEPHONES IN CONVENIENCES Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. in New York City, says that more than $350,000,000 worth of EUROPEAN PLAN id J ISCJ Louisville, Ky. IW1 horses, automobiles and auto ac- Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th cessories have been exported from the United States since. the war began. France and her' alPROGRAM lies received the major portion of these exports. Columbia District Conference. The size of business often has much to do toward making the (Continued from page 2.) farm profitable. records show that farms 11:00 Sermon Subject: God's Use and Place for the Young Life are often either too small or too of the Church. W. R. Wagoner. large for the most successful Rev. 'Jesse L. Murrell. 10:00 Love Feast farming. There may be too few 11:00 Sermon, Followed by the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper.' as well as too many acres. A Greensburg, Ky. SUNDAY AFTERNOON man may not have enough land Sunday Rally, or he may be "land poor" thereHas eight or ten Cars of Farm Machinery and ImpleRev. W. H. Cobb. 2:30 Song and Prayer Service. by rendering all his acres unments that he is now offering at old prices, no adRev. S. G. Shelley 2:45 Call to Service in the Sunday School. vance. Plqws at last years prices. The Oliver Chillprofitable. Rev. J. H. Epley. 2:55 How get Results. j ed Plow, the Genuine Chilled that all Thrifty and Losses of sheep during the 3:05 Are Our Sunday Schools Getting Results? Prosperous Farmers use, the Soil Conserver and year ending April 1 were: From Rev. J. S. Chandler. Crop Maker. disease, 2.16 per cent., compared 3:15lThe Sunday School's Evangelistic Opportunity. A Full Stock of Tobacco Fertilizers, Old Style, Rich, Rev. M. M. Murrell. r average of 2.48 with a Prices are Reasonable: but buy now. Mr. C. J. Nugent per cent. ; from exposure, 2.17 3:25 Organize your!Efforts, Four Car Loads of Wire Fence at very reasonable C. E. Dudley. per cent., compared with a 3:35 Elements of a Successful Sunday School. prices. Clod Crushers and Land Rollers actually at S. G. Shelley, P. E. average of 5.11 per cent. less money than last year. The loss of lambs from disease SATURDAY AFTERNOON Four Clover Leaf Manure Spreaders, the I. H. C. and exposure, 5.22 per cent., Sunday School Best Make, New, for $60.00 each. First Come, First compared with a five-yeaverServed. These are the I. H. C. $135.00 Spreaders. Rev. J. A. Alley. 2:00 Song andJPrayer Service age of 5.99 per cent. If we can Also Four I. H. C. Best Make Eight Disc Wheat 2:15 What are we doing in Sunday Schools of the The Louisville Drills, for $57.50. gain as much every year we will Prof. C. E. Dudley. Conference? soon be down to a minimum. Genuine Asphalt Roofing at Reasonable Prices. Mr. C. J. Nugent. 2:40 Our Standard. Rev. O. M. Capshaw. The general average of food Every article named above has advanced wholesale 3:00 Missions in the Sunday School. from 15 to 500 per cent. We are selling practically Prof. C. E. Dudley prices in the United States in 3:20 Teacher Training the whole list while stock lasts for way below pres1915 was one per cent., below 3:40 Organized Wesley Classes and Kavanaugh , ent cost. Mr. C. J. Nugent. the average in 1914. We are at We are selling the Best Buggy "Ever" Made at the peace I 4:00 Children's day: Need for; How Observe? Prof. W. M. Wilson. price oi a cheap buggy. A Pact: it is built with an Enormous increases in food A. Grade Whith Hickory Wheel. If a wheel breaks Nugent and Dudley 4:20 Round Table prices are reported by consular within one year of purchase I will give a new whell SATURDAY EVENING agencies from Europe. Vienna to replace broken one. Mind you I do not say I will Rev. J. A. Wallace. 7:30 Song and Prayer Service has suffered most. Meat that have broken wheel repaired. I will replace "with -ev J Robert Marrs Sermon new wheel and immediately." No losing your tempsold a year ago at twenty cents a SUNDAY MORNING er and cussing while you wait six weeks for your pound is now forty-seve- n cents a wheel to be returned. pound. In Berlin Beef rose from WAGONS! WAGONS! 22c to 35c a pound; veal from 22c Of 120 Editors 83 Favor an an army of 180,000 twenty-one- . Noncommittal sixteen. to 38c pork from 20 to 30c, bacon This line has advanced 20 per cent, or say Ten Dol- Army of 250,000 Men. from 32c to 64c, ham from 30c to lars a Wagon. We will sell you the best and lightest A. negro was burned at a stake running Wagon made at no advance at all. Buy now. 58c. Eggs at 80c a dozen are request- in the public square at Waco, We cannot control the whole thing always. twice as high as last year, says The New York World Texas, who confessed to an ased 200 of the leading editors of They say that Fruit Jars will be out of reach, tops Country Gentleman. by tele- sault upon a white woman. cost now, more than Jars did last year. We can Prices in Great Britain are the country to answer make prices within the reach of all. Buy now. We Deae "Chamberlain's Tablets Have given as 44 per cent, higher graph the following question: can't control the whole thing all summer. Special wosders for He." than a .year ago. In France the "Should the number of men in prices to merchants, Now. approxi- "I. have been a sufferer from stomincrease has been 23 per cent. the new army be fixed sen- - ach trouble for a number of ..years.iandsn The. increase in. Italy- is only- mately At 250,000 as in the although I have used a great number sngntly lower. ""The food scarc- ate bill, or 180,000, as comprfr of remedies recommended for this ity in Turkey is said to be appall misedby conference? complaint, Chamberlain's Tablets is ing. the first medicine that has given me Missionary dealer in everything the "Should the federal volunteer positive and lasting relief," writes With all our modern science in final Mrs. Anna Kadin, Spencerport, N. Y. Farmer and the Farmer's wife " and efficiency War and Famine provision be included You Need a Tonic If the weather continues warm draft CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Has Helped Thousands. 50-75-- 1. - Hotel Wat kins ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODERN lJ lJ Farm-manageme- nt ten-yea- ten-ye- ar ar - continued in partnership. Rhetmatbn. If you are troubled with chronic or bill ? " QiREENSBima, jgrr. & J3& JJt J5tJ155R 55 JRkJStAswRi JS! JB muscular rlwimaUfcm give 'Chamberlain's Liniment a trial. The relief, an army of 250,000 men from pain which it . affords is alone worth many times its coat.. Obtain-bl- e Adv, at Paul! Drug go. Number pi editors in The answers thuB far give the following result: Number of editors in favor of e. "Chamberlain's Tablets have done wonders for me and I value them very received highly." Obtainable at Paull Drug-Co. Adv. i' Six more arrests have been eighty-thremade in Boston growing out of arson trust inves- the ' tigation. faver of so-call- ed 8 eim; THE 'ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. . r and good order. Center & tleffetfson Streets Mrs. Rufus Hayes, of Dirigo, cool for the past week. BEATS POETRY visited her mother at this place Louisville, - Kentucky. Miss Eva Walker, of Columbia, AMERIG&N PX,AN last Saturday night. was "the guest of Miss, Maud Wii- Rates" $.'00 and $2750 with" 3.00 aiul $3,50 per day t J. B. Garmon was in Columbia hot Ttnd;.Qoll vater, Privi vith Private.. Bath.To the Average Man the Material morelast Saturday. lege of Bath. '.-- . last Monday. Comforts Count Most. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cook have European Plan V? 1. 00 and Up Ruben Bohannon i3 improving A.IVL, TyrroAiR- 500 been on the sick list for the past -; . Local and Long Distance Telephones For the average person, unblessed at this 'writing. week. with riches, ibis the material comforts in air R.ooms. Nat Walker, deputy sheriff of of life that count. That "we want but Lenis Rowe is hauling breast yokes and single trees for Will A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. Columbia, was in our midst last little here below' is a truism, bub to be without that little is keenest hard- Hobson from Dirigo to Columbia D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. Wednesday. ship. this .week. Dr. X. W. Scott, of Breeding A good meal isn't poetical, bub the i, EVERYTHING IN community, called in to .see us honest declaration, "I can eat a hearty Miss Lena Rowe visited relameal without discomfort," has a Breeding last Saturday b tives at to the average man than last Friday. Sunday. ever 'Mr. L. Fielders spentlast Sat the best line long penned by poet. ma- and loss that the It is after Martin Rowe and George Janes Greensburg. terial things, when won back, seem so urday and Sunday at m. were in Greensburg last Saturbetter. Onito a nnmhpr nf nnr citizens rmuch all ,0 the ailments that afflict day. , chronic dyspepsia probably is - attended court at Columbia ,.sev-erOwen Powell, of Fairplay, visthe most common Its causes and days last week. characterizations are many."ESkilled ited Houston Strange last Satur H. A. Walker, of Columbia, specialists have been unable to cope day night. this was in our midst last Friday and with Mother almost universal malady, Nature, in combination but Prof. L. Akin sung at Antioch informed us that the prospects with skill and chemistry, has comAlso Elwood jand American Fence. for the proposed railroad was pounded in her exhaustible laboratory Sunday evening. A large at a marvelous remedy for this trouble. tendance and good singing. good. The symptoms of this common disfamily were the Scott and Vando Left-wic- ease, which Is only a forerunner of Jim Rupe and Senator more complicated maladies, are many. of Edmonton, called in to Belching after meals, frequent nau- guest of C. C. Rowe, Jr., last Saturday night. GO. see us last Tuesday on their re- sea, pains in the region of the stom.ach, and a tired feeling, are only a " Clarence Gowen visited relaturn from Frankfort. few of the indications. Dyspeptics Incorporated Mr. Joel Rpdgera made a trip become listless, then morbid, are mel- tives near Weed last Sunday. Lawrence Adley and Miss Lora to Keltner last Thursday. He ancholy over trivial things, have 6 Eaat Mathel trceif BetweenTirst and'Brook whimiscal ideas, besides physical sufon ferings, and with appetite gone, sleep Janes were married last Sunday informed us that the work Louisville, Ky. the new Cumberland Presbyter- fitful, dizzy spells and frequent nau- morning at the home of the sea life hardly seems worth living. ian church at that place had be- - Tanlae was designed to check this bride and then went to the home i.' -gun. distressing copditipn, and to restore a of the groom, where they, will healthy, normal appetite, bring good, remain for a few wee'ksr'"an'd . Dolphus: a son of M? and "Mrsl Birdsev view'Jpf'our Plant xesbfuljsIeep7and.'Fariish that tired, then they will move to Columbia. Joel Jlodgers, &f this place, was neryous feeling in shorty taj .restore the stomach to the habit of doing a are' that.' ; married last week W Miss'Eur .full day's work and doing it well. life"may consist Of nothing bank. The contracting parties Tanlar-thideal teconattuctive both reside at Roachville and are tonfd, is being especially,, introduced but peace, joy and- good' luck in & in Columbia, at very popular young people of drug store, where the TanlaeHamilton all their enterprises, and they man ex that section. Their many friends plains its merits and the results that may live a happy life together. of this place wish them a long can be expected from its use. OzarR. T. C Moore & Co., Gresham; C.H. and happy life. Jarvis & Son, Coburg; L. G. Wilcox, Mrs. D. C. Wheeler, one of Exie; J. P. Miller & Son, Crocus The cool dry weather continus. Adv. our most industrious and domesGardens are needing rain. Also tic ladies of this section, sold, Lawrence Hardwick, the ball wheat, oats and grass need rain. last week, to J. H. Burris, $65.00 pitcher, pitched a game "for the The farmers of this section are worth of chickens and eggs. Green river ball team last Satur- about done planting corn. Some Mr. Frank Furkins, one of our day, the score being 3 to 1 in fa"Largest in" Dixie" are plowing over. citizens of Weed community, vor o Green river. best 'Bro. Wagoner filled his apattended court at Columbia sevE.v G. Hardwick, the noted pointment at this place last Sun Incorporated eral days of last week. fisherman, is catching some fine day, and delivered, a splendid Herschel Shirrell, after spend- fish. sermon. His subject, Laying ing two or three weeks, over on community up treasure in Heaven. The farmers of this Green river in Taylor county are very busy planting corn. W. C. Bryant is conducting a Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, for his health, returned home Wheat is looking well in this class in vocal music at Shiloh. Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog the first of the week, accompa-nie- d community. They are getting along nicely by his brother, Cleo. On Guy Willis visited" iriends at and will be prepared to furnish the return of Mr. Shirrell to his Egypt last Saturday night and some good singing when the seven land deeds-fo- r Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holladay J. T. McElhome, his mother accompanied meeting begins in July. Sunday. were shopping at Columbia reroy a few days ago. him and will remain on a visit Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Conover d 0. H. Beard and J. L. Jasper Bryant ,. visited Eli cently. for several weeks. were in Milltown last week. and son, Mrs. Turpen, Efiie and Bailey one day recently. Several from this place atBorn, to the wife of C, C. Hind-maJoe Turpen visited at Mr. Com- Joe Kearne3 and family visit- tended court at Columbia la3t on the 16th, a still born iparRsville. best's last Sunday. ed at the home of E. A. McKin-le- y week. ehild To the wife of Porter ' Misses Mary Montgomery An Wm. Roy, who has been very recently. Engldand, a son. Born to the There was plenty of rain the George Shirley, on the first of the week. All the farm- nie Keeves, uora and Histelle W. G. Roy was kicked by a sick for several days, is improvwife Montgomery were guests of 17th, a son. To the wife of C. ers were glad to see it for it was colt last Thurday and severely ing at this time. Misses Etta and Lula Bryant There is Sunday-schoBreeding, on the 17th, a still badly needed. at hurt. last Sunday. Freedom every Sunday morning born child. R. A. Montgomery and nephew A. W. Rowe sold one calf to Jake Bault and'' wife, Cane Rollin, visited S. I. Blair and now. Everybody is invited to We are beginning to hear our Bob Howe, at Toria, for $12.50. Valley, were guests of Mr. Bas- attend, and we hope that much family last Sunday. farmers complain cf the dry R. L. and C. C. Rowe, Lucien good may be accomplished. sett Hurt and family last Sun-daweather. We had a very light Yarberry and T. McGinnis Master Carl Blair visited his were Several boys and girte from tobacco season one day last week uncles, Tim and Isaac, and aunt, here attended Mother's Day at the petit jurymen from this part. Ernest Winfrey and wife, of Annie Montgomery, Wednesday. Bearwallow and a very few were ready for XC. C. Rowe, 43r sold some Dunnville, visited Mrs. Win transplanting tobacco. However A....8 Mr. and Mrs. Laader. Bryant hogs to Leslie Bennett, and de frey's parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. were visiting Mrs. Linda Tucker there was a few acres transRov. recently. planted in this section. From livered them at Columbia last W. Morris, of this place, last Saturday at $6.60 per cwt. J. C. Montgomery ha3 been Saturday and Sunday. what we can gather if there The farmers are most doce supplying the people with fresh should come a season in the next Elroy Rowe ,was in Columbia J. T. McElroy, near Roy, is planting corn in this section. fish every Saturday and there is few days, the majority of the last Monday on business. very low. No chance for his regood sale for them. J. T. McElroy is in a very crit- a tobacco crop would be set in this There was a Children's Day at covery . G. R. Redmon, our merchant, ical condition and not expected section, as there is an abundance Breeding last Sunday. There and U.' L. Antle made a busiMr. and Mrs. Luther-Bryan- t to live long. . of plants. ness trip to Columbia recently. was a large crowd and a nice an4'daughter, Hiss Rtftie, took Rev, 'Scott preached a very intime. Neilstargr . dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Kent teresting sermon at White Oak Walterand Volina Sullivan, of Columbia, visited their parents, Hev. A. R. Rowe delivered id;Byrt lafc Sunday; a very large Mr. and Mrs. S, P. Sullivan last last Sunday and The Sunday school at this interesting discourse it Antioch'1 Albert Bryant D. G, wrote crowd'was present to hear him. Sunday. progressing nicely. place is The weather has been very -- A SQUARE MEAL last Sunday. A large crowd WILLARD HOTEL -- - -- bet-tersou- ROOFINGand Printed. y, al Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized A h, Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. 112-11- , Our-wishe- s their-'mar-ri- ed e - the-Pag- e Wf U Hughes & Sons Co. Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Hat-fiel- n, " v tf ol y. t last-Sunda- -- - v