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Carmel, ser. all-da- y Jip, v ?-- sum The railroad meeting last Saturday, was nob an overflow gathering due to the fact that farmers were unusually busy, bub it showed the spirit of united effort and a determination to win. Several thousaud dollars were secured Mainly due to marease in original fieefces and if we are nob badly derived $8,000 more will guarantee the Jpwpoaition. This week will be used in securing this amount and in trans-Berin- g subscriptions from the first to the present proposition. Fifteen or twenty men from and near Columbia are now actively in the work and a good number of active men from nearly every section of the county have subscription papers and doing all within their power to make the road a certainty. Next Saturday is the time to report and to determine whether or not we will meet the proposition. Dr. Hunter and associates are bound to know, at once, whether or nob we want them to build the road for they have another proposition which they are holding off for our decision which they will accept if this is nob closed at an early date. There is no chance for any one to lose on the present proposition and if we get the amount required by Satur- Iay a contract will be made and work started at once. The inportance of every honorable effort to secure the needed should impress every .man who desiresdevelopment of our resources, who wants opportunity for the rising generation or increased values for the present. "When the road has been built, when its effects are shown on Columbia and Adair county, or we should say, this entire section of the State, no one will regret any effort or expense given to secure ib. If we fail to meet bhe present proposition it would be the most serious mistake we have ever made. It's failure would not only hold this section to the old order of doing, but would paralyze ambition and effort for a long and indefinite period and leave us far worse off than if we had made no effort to secure it. It is too important for. any good citizen to withhold liberal aid. Everybody should help and help now while we have an opportunity to succeed. In the closing, after the bulk of the people have contributed, eight thousand dollars is a considerable sum to raise, but it must be done or we lose. Five men of this town gives ten thousand dollars to the fund and several others are oh record for a thousand each. The citizens of Columbia will do a liberal part and ask only that the county people give reasonable help. The work is now on in earnest, the closing day is next Satur day. We win or lose, close the contract or drop it like a hot iron after that date. If jou have given you had better increase your subscription a reasonable amount to make it a certainty. It is not safe to offer and risk the smallest amount that might possibly secure ib, bub to put up the fullest, you are willing to give rather than lose ib. If too much should be subscribed your pro rata part will be returned) if too little is offered you fail. Every body should get busy, keep busy and report in Columbia next Saturday at one o'clock. No road, no pay is a safe proposition, and no road no progress for this section is a certainty. . com-merci- al Burkesville, Ky., May 28, 1916. The terms of the proposed contract Editor Adair County News: between a committee of citizens of In the days when Augustus Ceasar Adair county and Dr. W. G Hunter was master of many Kings, outside of and his associates are substantially as this, there were two things In his life follows: that perpetuated his memory, "The Dr. Hunter and his associates agree Star in, the East" and an appellation to organize, issue their, own bonds,, that he so often applied to himself, as make the surveys at their own; .cost, the "Master Eoad Builder," lb was and build a railroad from, CampbelJs-vill- e necessary for the continuity of the door Greensburg, or some Intermemains over which, he so boldly x held diate point on the L & 'N. railroad sway, for a more perfect development between said points to Columbia and of same along commercial and military pub ib in operabion within eighteen lines, to have these different domains months from the date of the contract. and possessions connected by a netThe route for the road and the work of good roads, such roads as a points for stations will befixed by the joint agreemenb of bhe contracting Ceasar could build, that stand as an everlasting monument to the parbies. When said road has been master man, in speaking of Gaul, constructed to Columbia and Is in op"there is no good country without eration, they are to be paid by us fifgood roads." At the dawn of our Chris- ty thousand dollars, and unless they tian development a Pagan Emperor to do this they will nob receive a cent. give us this lesson should nob be so The people at this end of the line, easily forgotten. are also to pay for the right of way. Good roads tend toward a greater Of course, If the road is nob built, 1 development along all lines, especially there will be no need for a right of along the lines of least resistence, way. So, if we pay our money we get both from a physical and economic the road, and if we do not raise the standpoint, I do not suppose any one money we can nob get it. That is the will take issue with me for advocating long and short of it, and ib is up to good roads, no more than for the prop- our people to say whether this opporer training and development of our tunity to secure a road shall be lost children, the only .possible difference o r whether B we will would be in the modes or manner, all advantage of it. If the road is tending to the same goal, some would built, it will benefit every part of the prefer the Public Schools to private, county, and every citizen in it. Thereand while others technical to academ- fore, every one should aid in securing ic, same as road building,, some cry for it. We publish herewith the obligathe Coffey law, the King Drag, some tion which our citizens must sign in private subscription, others hallooing order to enable the committee to conOliver Popplewell. let the State and Federal Government tract. It Involves no complications. do it, some lets Bond her, so we all Its provisions are plain: if we do nob The above is a good picture of Mr agree so far as the roads are concerned. get the road, we have nothing to pay. Columbia is the best inland town in The money must be subscribed ab Oliver Poppleweli, who is a student In the State and Adair one of the best once. Leb every one-- man and wom- going through the Lindsey-Wilsocounties, the citizenship of either is an, help this enterprise. The paperto the month of May he entered in two track meets, one at Danville, and the unsurpassed, the only thing that' has be signed reads as follows: kept Columbia and Adair off the map "We the undersigned in order to se- other at Lexington mile running race. has been the lack of transportation fa- cure bhe building and putting in oper- He won at both places, defeating stucilities, that alone will keep any coun- ation a railroad from Campbellsvllle dents from some of the best High try back or any people be whom they or Greensburg, Ky, or some interme- Schools in the State. At Danville he may. The Eapid Trabsit Company diate point on the Louisville & Nash- came out thirty yards in the lead an has taken a step inthe'right direc- ville Eailroad to Columbia, Ky., prom- at Lexington, fifty yards tion, and should be more than ise to pay to E. H. Hughes, W. W. Up to the present time it appears commended or the gopd work they Jones, Brack Massie,--B?-Paull, J. N, Coffey, Gordon Montgomery. N. M. that the people along the pike being have done. The next step ami the culminating, is the railroad. Tutt, J. O. Eussell and C. S. Harris, built from Columbia to the Casey line have I have just returned from Columbia whom we hereby appoint as brustees countyhelping our done very little torailroad proposition spent a most pleasant week with and attorney's in fact to collect and wards and they see the rest of the county my many friends, and while there it hold said money and enter into con- Can't was my more than good fortune to see tract for the building of said road, the is being taxed for their sole benefit? a good deal of my old friend and ac- sum set opposite our names respect- Does ib not looklike they are expecting pike to be built in quaintance, Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter, ively, same payable upon demand of togetthe-onlyears, and then the rest of the county whom together with his associates said trustees, bub same nob bo be due offer to Columbia and Adair county, or payable unbil a sum aggregating j also to pub up all the money for the seems to me a Eailroad on a silver $50,000 has been in good faibh sub railroad, they will equally get waiter, and I believe there are enough scribed on this 'or similar papers. , benefit of? Gentlemen along intelligent men and women in Adair Said sum is to be used in securing the pike, we ask' ;you to come forcounty to see this and accept same construction and;operating of a rail- ward next Saturday and, do your duty. without delay. I was associated with road to Columbia, Ky.,' and for.no oth-.e-r You river fanners, come and show purpose, andno part of same is to your appreciation for what you are exDr. Hunter, legal capacity, in the street car franchises' in the city of be used or paid out by said trnstees pecting to getcut-o- f our taxes. Somerset, 1906. Under adverse condi until said road is constructed and Is in Left for New Mexico. tionsand political intrigues against .operation to Bald town.. When said him, succeeded in giving to that city road is constructed to Columbia and Last Saturday morning Prof. W. M. a street railway, water, light and oth- put in operation said trustees are auer municipal assets, that she did not thorized as our agents and attorneys Wilson and wffe left for Potales, New enjoy before Dr. Hunter does things in fact bo pay to the person or persons, Mexico, where the former will become and if the people will give a helping company or coiporation with whom the Superintendent of the public hand, a band of steel will connect they may contract for constructing schools, that city. Prof. Wilson's departure from Cothem with the outside world and that said road, the said fifty bhousand dollumbia was regretted by the entire shortly. lars. If said road is not constructed town and he will be greatly missed soThen I can close my eyes and get a and in operabion within twenty-fou- r cially and in educational affairs, havglimpse of the future, to Breeding a months from date, this subscription good road, Jamestown, Liberty, Bus-se-ll is, to be void and the money paid on ing endeared himself as the head of Springs, and in fact the county same is bo be refunded to us by said the High school and Graded school of becomes a net work of the mater trustees. It is understood that the this place. He is a man of honor, pos worker, whether by Bonds or other- subscriptions"recently made by us to sesslng an irreproachable character, wise I do not know, but I do know the proposed Columbia Eailroad are and having a disposition that wins friends from the start. Mrs. Wilson Mr. N. M. Tutt and Mr. G. e! Eeed that the good roads are coming and canceled and of no legal effect. is a lovable Christian, woman, a true have formed a partnership and will that soon The Bonds, or the Bond May 1916. Kentucky lady, whose graces will engage in the real estate business issue is the best,, quickest, .surest and soon, win friends in her new home. They are both reliable gentlemen and most economical way to build roads. We have mentioned several times will know how to handle the business If the county officers or those having recently the immense poultry and egg The News extends to Prof. Wilson that will come to them. They will charge of the Fiscal and Corporate business at this place, and there seems and his companion Its very best wishes, office in the same room, in the Jones affairs are honest, business and pains- bo be no leb up. We are glad. on ac- -' .trusting that they may have good block, now occupied by Mr. Eeed. A taking inen, and will well andA truly counb of bhe good farm wives and health, grow rich- in the goods of this little later The Hews will contain an see to the application of the purchase daughters that the business continues world, then return to Columbia and ad showing their manner of doing money, In "this event if properly ap to grow and that the prices are satis- enjoy the wealth that industry and jauatoegg. This partnership will not plied, the Bond indebtedness" becomes factory. One thing that an onlooker knowledge piled up. with Mr. Beed's insurance an asset rather than a liability. does not understand Is, where, do so " Mr. Romie D. Judd, thla place, "wilt business. Here in Burkesville we are doubly many chickens And eggs, come .from, as finish at Georgetown June-7- . Invita interested In the out borne, of the rail- many wagons loaded come to town tions bo bhe commencement exercises who recently moved Dr. J. T. Jones, road and jour good road movement. daily. In the last three months tens fro bis home, near Columbia, to If the railroad comes Columbia will of thousands of dollars have been paid have been received here. Mr. Judd is "Giftorian." Gleavllle, was in town Friday. A necessarily be our bbj ecti y point . Ib by Grinstead & Co., bhis place. man asked him when he would News is our best and shorbes way to the outMr. and Mrs. W. E. .return to his home near this place. side world. We have an election here We are not yet near out of the woods I Mr. Todd, Todd, son of place, who has been this "Oh, I don't know; the old woman is shortly submitting to a vote of the on our railroad proposition. We lack A. G. living away from Columbia for severwhen we are out there and I am people Bonds Roads or no Eoads? about $6,000 in money and Mii the right of Superinjwkdjwhen here; so I don't know what We have an efficient County Judge way. This means much work yeb. al years, has been elected of the Stanford public schools. tendent we will do." and fiscal court, and we expect results. This condition should appeal to every We are going to have good roads citizen. Don't wait for some body else The Ladies Missionary Society of Mr. J. C. Strange and sen, Sanford, whether by the technical or academic to do the work, 3ome forward your- the Presbyterian church will meet 0tOh& three catfish tate Thursday They metsured, 21, 23, and route, so Adair get ready and meet us? self and see that the amount is made Thursday, June 1, at 2:30 p. m at up, or else we may yet fail. Saturday the chut cti. There will be a good pro Yours, tfinabse J length. They weighed isfthejday. W. T. Obley. gram. Please come. , to-da- y vices being in progress. John Peterson, of Campbellsvllle, and Fred Gray, of Robinson Creek, Taylor county, were present. They were upon the outside of the building and it is reported here that they were both drinking In the afternoon they got to fighting, and Peterson was badly stabbed by Gray. They left and Gray was arrested In CamDbellsville, but was not incarcerated, for the reason that Peterson's father is the Jailer of Taylor county. The authorities here were notified and Clyde Crenshaw and Nat Walker went after him, but before they reached Campbellsvllle, Gray had taken, leg bail, and he is now at large. Peterson is said to be badly hurt. Five men in Columbia have sub scribed $10,000 for the railroad. The town of Columbia has put down more than half the amount of the sum asked. . Mrs. Sarah Miller Dead. Last Wednesday night Mrs. Sarah Miller, who was the mother of Mr. Frank Wolford Miller, died ather late home, on Green river. She was a victim of Pneumonia and was sick but a short time. She was seventv-od- d years old, a good Christian woman, en joying the respect of every body in the neighborhood. The funeral was larerelv attended and the Interment was at Tabernacle chureh. Every representative farmer In Adair county should be here next Sat urday. Died in Taylor County. Lasb Saturday morning Mr. W. S. Tandy, who was a brother of Mr. E. E. Tandy, this place, died ab his late home, six miles from Campbellsville, on Lebanon .pike. He was about eigh-- . ty years old and had been a local Baptist preacher for many years. The funeral services were held Sunday. Mr. R. E. Tandy was in attendance. by being in Columbia take BWB:m-JK- n. F. Show your Interest in the railroad next Saturday. y this the The Parlor Circle theater will.be removed from its present location to the second story of the buildingin which Mr. J. F. Patteson and Mr.. L. M. Young are now doing business.. The apartment is much larger and the ceiling higher than at the present location. Workmen are' now elevating the floor and making other alterations necessary for the show business. The show will probably be in operation at the new place the latter part of the first week in June. - :' t - f --- ; :uk.: :. Hi . , I J. 1 1- - -- . .: .4 .:.. . Everything looks good for the railroad proposition. Five or six thousand dollars will not deter the people of Adair county. In last week's issue we reported that H. Rhorer, of Middlesboro, had received a fall ab Lebanon and was seriously injured Later information's to effect that Mrs. Rhorer was not as badly hurt as was reported, and that the indications point to her early recovery. She was visiting her daughter when the accident occurred. Mrs. Rhorer's Columbia friends are glad to learn of so favorable information concerning her condition. Mrs. M. L. M. Young's fountain is now being installed. He will be ready for business in a few days. Jidiss Hattie Mullinix, who is a grand daughter of Mrnd Mrs.E..F. Molli-'nfxn- ls place, .Js Valedictorian andr winner of VWineman Gold Medal, of TTnTnn TTlcrh School, afc Oxnard. Cal. Bier brother, James, is Salutatorian, being secoqq winner or highest honors. Graduation takes place June 8th, 1916. There are 100 High school students in the school. i. Next Saturday will decide whether the survey will commence at once. Farmers report that wheat has come out wonderfully since the rain, las week. Before the rain the heads were small, but now they are large and full. It now looks like an average crop wil ', be harvested. af-ttoie- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t4s- - 4 r2"V -- .. v D;ar jr rauuiv ? A 1M i Our lRton Friends. ivi - r 'News srihe'Sfate. Acresjor Homesteads. For The Columbia District Conference Jamestown, Kentucky. 3f , $ - June 8-- 11, 1916. " THURSDAY MORNING 8:30 9:00 1 z- - " " '- Song and Prayer Service Organization and Appointment of'Commitlees v - 9:15 Report of Pastors. IP: 5 Prayer and the Revival 10:30 The business of the preacher 11:00 Sermon Subject: Rev. J. Robert Marrs Rev. C. F. Allen The Divine Call to Preach the Gospel. Rev. J. S. Chandler. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. 2:00 Song and Prayer Service 2:15 Rev. L. C. Risen Rev. Emery Pennycuff Methodism and the Revival Lindsey-Wifeo- n Training School My Experience and ConProf. R. R. Moss. tact with Young Life Lindsey-Wilso- n Training What it is to the Columbia DisProf. Paul Chandler! and the Adjacent Territory. trict The Standard of Living for Christians as touching the World, Rev. W. C. Christie. Private, Family, Church Life General Discussion. of 2:30 2:45 f 3:00 3:30 The Slogan the Columbia District A Revival in 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 Assess ments in full. V 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 - Owen Lee 8:30 Song and Prayer Service. 9:00 Report of Committee for License. 9;20 Report of Committee for Admission on Trial into the Traveling Connection. 9:40 Report of Committee for Orders. 10:00 Report of Woman's Missionary Society Mrs. Cowherd, District Secretary. 10:20 The Work World. 1 of the Women in the Evangelization of the Mrs. S. G. Shelley. Mr. Edward Hill. 10:40 On to Junaluska. 1 :00 Sermon or Missionary Address Rev. F. M. Thomas, Pres. Board of Conference Board of Missions. FRIDAY AFTERNOON 2:00 Song and Prayer Service 1 F. A. Sanders- - 2: 5 Selecting the place for the next District Conference. Mr. ES. Boswell 2:30 Our Orphans Home. 3:00 Report of Committees. 3:45 The Tithe System The Solution of our (Church) Financial Mr. EdwardHill. Problems. General Discussion. " 4:30 Election of Delegates to the Annual Conference. FRIDAY EVENING 7:30Song'and Prayer Service Rev. J. W. Caughson Report of Local Preachers, Character Passed and License Renewed. Sermon or Missionary Address Subject: World-Wid- e .Evangelism J ; & - - J. Lewis Piercy. EPWORTH LEAGUE SATURDAY MORNING Rev. L. E. Squires. '6:305Song and Prayer Service. 8:45 The'necessity of training the Youth of to Day for the Rev. R. E. Bailey. Church of Ten minutes each. 9: 0 The Purpose of the Epworth League. To-morro- 1 (1) To Develop and Train Young Christians. Rev. R. B. McMican 2) To Become Active and Prattical Christians. R$v. D. L. Vance. $ . '3) - To Become'InteUjgent (Methodist) Christiaas with the Ameninesofour Holy Religion. Prof. Guy'Stevenson in our Conception of the Great Become World-Wid- e Commission Christ Gave His Church. Rev. B. F. Copas. -- Jk (4) To 9:5C The League's Place in the Church. Rev. Marvin Perryman. 10:00 JThelLeague's Place in the Revival. Rev. Marion Capshaw. Rev. Allen Viers. 1 0: 1 0 The League's Relationio the Pastor. 10:20 The Relation of the Pastor to the League. T. Byron Bandy. ' l6:30AnlIdeal' Epworth League Devotional Meeting. . D.T.Penick. (Continued on page 7) September 12 13 Military Day Farm and Fireside'tells us that The Colony Courier, of Oklain- at the State-Paiand $1,000 in measures looking to giving the homa, contains an unusually teresting local column this week. prizes are offered for the best states some 0,000,000 cre3 of public land are pending and that Our Indian friends have "made drilled companies. there is good chance that some news" for the editor in "considMrs. Morris Barlett, of erable quantity." And the edPres- of these will pass, now or in was There are itor, good Indian that we hope ident of the Kentucky Federa- some future session. also some pending various measplain tion of Woman's Clubs. he is, prints in language ures to permit homesteads of and to point, as Indian speak. A jury in the Hopkins Circuit areas up to 420 and even 640 Here are a few "happenings" Court awarded Mrs. Elnora Lo- acres to be taken up, in which we consider of sufficient the regan $10,000 damages against the maining public lands, on the theimportance to reproduce, even L. & N. for the death of her ory that the 640 acre homestead at this distance from Oklahoma: husband. is too small, in semiarid regions, "Little Bird and Hannah LitThe Security Trustee Co., of to be a working industrial unit. tle Bird are taking care of Ella "People who have ideas of 'goLittle Bird's house while she is Lexington, sued the directors of in a hospital at El Reno. Ella the Alexander Bank, in Paris, ing West," we read, "and taking up a homestead, after the was operated on at El Reno and for 810,000 on a note. is doing well." Despondent because her hus fashion of our forefathers and Mon"Swift Wolfe and James band could not find work, Mrs. grandfathers in the decades after roe are baching together at Lydia Ann Gunter, of Anderson the Civil war, should keep their Swift Wolfe house in Colony county, drowned herself in a eyes on legislation looking to while Mrs. Swift Wolfe is off vis- rain barrel. A needle swallow- giving away vast areas of the iting friends and relatives near ed twenty years ago by Mrs. public domain. A long list of Calumet. Swift Wolfe buys the Will Goode, of Rome, Ky., as bills have been introduced, and grub and does the cooking, James removed by surgeons. some favorably reported, giving to the States greaC areas of the Monroe cuts wood, brings water public lands, to be disposed of by and washes the dishes." er agency, Montana, to work for "Bichea charcoal has bought them wile they are visiting. them to raise funds for education, and other sewing machine from Colony Red Bird can not do any work Bichea has a himself as he is nearly blind. purposes. The Western States Mercantile Co. white girl that is going to keep He wants to help these two are making determined efforts to house for her and is also going northern Cheyennes in money get great slices of the Government's lands turned over to them to sew for her. matters so they will have money "Thunder Bull has employed to go back home with." Dayton and not a few public men from States which contain no public Hot Tamala Man Mexican to Daily News. lands are inclined to favor the farm for him this year at his scheme. They think the States A Symbol of Health, place." on the whole know better how "Arapaho Medicine Men and The Pythagorians of Ancient Greece to get the best developement of Medicine Women are in camp at ate simple food, practiced temperance their lands than Washington Two Babies to make their an- and purity. As a badge they used the tive pointed star which they regarded does." nual medicines'out of different as a symbol of health. A red five kinds of roots. They make their pointed star appears on each package Watch Child's Cough. medicines once year this is an of Chamberlain's Tablets, and still Colds, running of nose, continued irold custom of Arapahohs.'' fulfills its ancient mission as a symbol ritation of the mucous membrane if "Creeping Bear and Bald Head of health. If you are troubled with neglected may mean Catarrh later. indigestion, billiousness, or constipaDon't take tiie chances do someare Jnow living on Washita on tion, get a package of these tablets thing for your child! Children will Creeping Bear'3 allotment. The from your druggist. You will be surnot take every medicine, but they will grass is good and they are graz- prised at the quick relief which they take Dr. King's New Discovery and One afford. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. ing their Mexican mules without bribing or teasing. Its a Adv. of their mules is bad mule. sweet pleasant Tar Syrup and so efCreeping Bear has named it Villa fective Just laxative enough to elimMore Boys for Navy. inate the waste poisons. Almost the after the Bandit.' first dose helps. Always prepared, no "Prairie Chief and his wife The preparedness program of mixing fussing. Just ask Paull Drug White Buffalo Woman have been Secretary of the Navy Daniels Co., for Dr. King's New Discovery. visiting his Prank includes a special examination It will safeguard your child against seHamilton and family for few for entrance to the United States rious ailments resulting from colds. days and have gone over to visAdv. Naval Academy at Annapolis it Perry Reynolds and his famGerman Extremity. which will open a naval career ily on Deer Creek." to two hundred young men in A German staff correspondent "Mountain Woman and Lucile addition to the number admitted Mountain have been out on to the academy in normal times. of the New York World, writing Washita River visiting friends This step is taken to secure an from Berlin, gives an idea of the and relatives have returned to adequate staff of officers to man proportions which the food problem has reached in chat country. Colony to their home." the ships provided by the new As an example of the restric"Magpie Woman Wolf Chief naval building program. tions which have been imposed, has bought $5.00 worth of seeds When the recent act was the use and distribution of butter for Watan. Watan is going to increasing the number of apof a make big garden at his home pointments of each Senator and is now limited to place east of Colony, this will be member of the House of Repre- pound a week to each person. The live stock census for Apri company garden as Magpie Womsentatives from two to three, it has shown the necessity of greatan is furnishing the seed and was realized that little time re " er economy in the restriction of Watan the ground." mained before the April exami"Bear Bow and Black Eagle nation to permit of Senators and meat consumption until fall. Perhaps the most conclusive are. going to put in garden, to members of the House to select gether at Julia Lizard's place, young men to fill the vacanies and striking evidence of the this will be company garden al- - and at the same time allow suf- want which German people pet, pie is faceing is the fact that a so. it ficient time for the candidates new Ministry has been establish "Red Bird Wolf and his wife to prepare forjihe examination. ed to take charge of the feeding Magpie Woman have selected By holding another examination of the Kaiser's 70,000,000 subplace on Magpie Woman's allotin July advantage will be taken jects. When this ministry is orment to build their six room new law, to the fullest ex ganized the entire empire is to house and big barn, on Washita of the to accomplish its be on uniform rations. 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Truth in a nutshell is not always what it is cracked up to be A man usually has to change cars several times on the road to success. Some girls have the whine habit almost as badly as some married women. Ever notice how you appreciate the company of people who admire you? Maney may make the mare go, but it takes more than that to start a stubborn mule. When a man tells a woman she is all the world to him, she doesn't blame him for wanting the earth. Good for Colds. r Honey, and Glycerine are recognized cold remedies. In Dr. Bell'e these are combined with-othecough medicine in a pleasant syrup. Dr. Bell's stops your cough, checks your cold, soothes irritation of the throat Excellent for young, adult and aged. Its one of the best cough syrups made Formula on every bottle. You know just what you are taking and your doctor knows its good for coughs and colds. Insist on Dr. Bell's Only 25c at Paull Drug Co. Adv Pine-TaPine-Tar-Hon- r Pine-Tar-qulck- ly Pine-Tar-Hone- y. Black leg among cattle in Mercer county is causing severe loss es to farmers and step3 are being taken to eradicate the disease. The road bonds of Daviess county amounting to $600,000 have been sold at a premium of $4,200 to Cincinnati purchers. F A Mm gmi A FEW Mt. Sterling, July 194 days. command brains, &s it will; and Finish your floors with Winchester, July 264 days. that the two, working together, "Hanna's . Lustro - Finish Harrodsburgi July 254 Hays. makes athe great and powerful and they will look spick and span unaer the hardest wear. days. Taylorsville. August journal. But there is. another It stains and varnishes at days. Henderson, August quality, the lack of which makes one application. You can buy days. your newspaper as important as Danville, August days. 1 Berea, August a tool without a handle, and that Hanna-sLusisBlue Grass Fair, Lexington, quality is character, and without days. characterfno newspaper can be August in any wood color to match your days. Uniontown, August woodwork. It will dry with a tough influential." Fern Creek Fair, Buechel, Aucwbuu uuauag mat wiu Newspaper "character" isn't not show heel marks. Also days. the character of the editor no gust fine for furniture, stair days. Mt. Vernon, August ireaas, winaow yet of the busithe owner nor sills and all days. Burkesville, August ness office. The makers of a woodwork. days. Perryville, August newspaper must have character, Lawrenceburg, August 154 WifllHot of course, or they will fail misFade erably. But the character of the days. paper itself is a thing that is! Shepherdsville, August 154 built up slowly, a little at a time, days. days. day after day the tendency of Broadhead, August 16 4 August 155 days. the paper to tell the truth, to Owensboro, Fair, Sanders, Auprotect no one, to oppose that JEFFRIES HDW. CO., KY gust 164 days. which is bad and to champion Ewing, August 173 days. which is good. Knights of Pythias Fair, StanIreland and America. Fairly Fooled. Newspapers, even as human days. beings, err. They may, thru ford, August 233 Colombia, August 224 days. "Thank God for freedom's At a charity bazar in a small faulty judgment, at time, esFrankfort, August 294 days. martyrs in every age and in ev- provincial town a Igreat attractionpouse causes that are not the Bardstown, August 294 days. ery land," says the New York -was a tiny gray suede glove, causes which should have been Nicholasville,- August 29- -3 American in an editorial which which lay on a k satin espoused. But, month after days. is accompanied by a cartoon in cushion. Above it was displayed month, year after year, taking Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville which it is pointed out that had a notice reading: the right side of questions and . August 295 days. the signers of the Declaration of "The owner of this glove will, displaying unselfish fearlessness, Elizabethtown, August 293 Independence failed they would at 7 o'clock this evening, be gives the newspaper its characdays. have been 3hot as ruthlessly as pleased to kiss any person who ter and its standing in the comBarboursville, August 303 the leaders of the Dublin "rev- purchased a ticket before that munity. It is not a thing that olution." hour." can be purchased, it is not a com- days. The State Journal observed at It was such a sweet little glove modity that money will but, it is Why Wilson? the time of the occurrence of the that it could only belong to a not a thing which any one man Dublin outbreak that a rebel is a lovely girl. At least, so thought controles, or has a copywright Because he is the greatest revolutionist who fails and a the long line of young men who upon. It is the spirit of the thing, this newspaper character, leader of Democracy since An- revolutionist is a rebel who suc- were waiting eagerly as the ceeds. But the difference be- clock struck 7. and it prevails as certainly with drew Jackson. Because he is the most popular tween the leaders of the AmerPromptly to the minute old the newspaper as with the indicountry, as an ican revolution and the Irish Re- Maydock, the local butcher, apDemocrat in the vidual. evidence of which there is no op bellion was that the Americans peared. Maydock is a worthy Rheumatism. position to his renomination. had a reasonable hope of existing person, but not a beauty He country if calmly picked up the glove and Because he is an executive who as an independent If you are troubled with chronic or Chamber- does things. muscular rheumatism give they could throw off the British remarked: lain's Liniment a triaf The relief Because he has redeemed all yoke. There could be no reason''Well, gents this glove be? from pain which it affords is alone many times its cost. Obtain-bl- e of the important pledges of the able hope of the existence of Ire- longs to me. I bought it this worth Adv, at Paull Drug Co. party made in the Baltimore land as an independent country morning. I'm ready for you, platform. at the present period of Eu- so don't be bashful. One at a Sir Rogers Casement was comBecause he has given the coun- ropean history. To mislead" the time please!'' mitted for trial on the charge of try a banking .system which pre- ignorant class in Ireland into a high treason at the examining vents a panic and prevents any revolution which promised nothMrs. George Weller, aged 68, trial held in London. bank from failing that is solvent. ing wa a bad business. We sym- died at her home yesterday near Because the country is more pathize with the leaders, but the Shepherdsville. 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The map itself is phone keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or day. Besideoce Phooe 28, office 45-- 1 I worth $1,60, but-to- y accepting this fer jou gat it for. thrust nothing. of- yr M.-F- . Triptett, CelBMbkL, JCy. .fc. ' J -' $: 1-- , 1 v i j:'1 V 1 X -?- -' - Jr "Lt --- " J&TE f- - .. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE ADAIR dun region, the Germans hav- to the number of eighteen diWe have always demonstrated to the readers of the PubHshevery Wednesday ing succeeded in again wresting visions, or 360,000 men. Arsiero Adair County-New- s BY THE that we compete "most successfully the battered ruins of Fort Doua- - is one of the towns that has sufwith the offerings of any catalogue house. Indeed in most Adair County News Company umont from the French, have fered most severely from the instances our qualities are far superior and iave. cost no (INCORPORATED.) driven hard against the lines bombardment. more that the inferior kind. Austrian prisoners say that west of the fort, in this new Our store as the representative CHAS. S. HARRIS. EDITOR. attack the Crown Prince's forces prior to the beginning of the offensive they were told that it House Democratic newspaper deroted to the interest succeeded in gaining a foothold the people pi Adair in ef the City of Columbia and was the intention to capture the a French trench near the ' and adjoining counties. '. Haudremont quarry, which has Venetian provinces by storm, Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors- - to our spacious 'salesrooms have always expressed themselves most favoras second been the scene recently of much beginning with the province of Entered at the Colombia ably about our stocks and prices. '. "' class mail matter " Vicenza. The Austrian officers hard fighting. The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of SUBSCRIPTION PRICE S1JD0 PER YEAR At Fort Douaumoht itself the gave; orderB that the Austrian .,, , "Good Linoleum infantry engagements waged so soldiers, once on Italian terri WED. MAY. $U 91&. desperately during the early tory, must not show themselves with its- towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. part of the week have ceased for weak, but that they must "not Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. the time being, according to the act brutally toward the populaofficial bulletin of the French tion. They promised that next liubbuch Bros. & Wellcndorff, incorporated. CONGRESS. summer the men might take the Office. War 522 &524W. Market St., We are authorized to announce that CHARLES MONTGOMERY, of Casey County, is a candiF. The artillery is still notably ac- baths at Lido, in Venice, on the Louisville, Ky. date to represent the Eighth' District in the next Its fire has been particu Adriatic. Congress, subject to the Democratic primary to be tive. held August 5. 1916. larly severe on the west bank of This extensive movement by We are authorized to announce HARVBY the Meuse, near- - Hill 304, and the Austrians is styled by them HELM, of Lincoln county, a Democratic candifor Congress from the from Dead Man Hill to Cumierep, "the offensive toward the Valley date for Eighth district, subject to the August primary. the village close to the river iust of thePo River." by the Germans, and ' The Democratic State Conven- captured There is much peace talk at from which they have so. far tion held atXexington, last Wed- hppn nrpvpnrpH from dehaneh this time,, and the news from nesday was harmonious through.Washington is that he United mg by the energetic work of the . out. A platform adopting the states is ready to join in any French guns. ' administrations and policies of feasible association of nations to What is more essential than GOOD EYESIGHT. East of Cumieres- the- French So if jou have any trouble come in and letma fit you with the "right President Wilson and Gov. Stan- report having made some prog; preserve the peace of the world glasses. I give you free Examination and have your Lens ground to ley met the approval of all. The against "political ambition and Suit Your Eyes. If you trade with me you mustj be Satisfied. I ress in hand grenade operations. Guarantee my, work. I also do Watch Work; When tn town comt delegates at large selected to atselfish hostility' and in the serup and see me, my office is over Albin Murray's store. The repulse of three countervice of "a common order, a comtend the national convention at attacks by the .French, on the Z. A. TAYLOR. . St, Louis are Senators 0. M. mon justice and a common peacer" Meuse, on the Verdun front, James, J. C. W. Beckham, Gov, according to the statement of Miss Mary Williams returned! was announced by the War Of A. 0. Stanley, Mayor J. H. President Wilson last night be- home fice today. from .a two week's visit Buschmeyer, former Senator J. fore the annual convention of relatives and friends of Columbia The capture of additional N. Camden, Judge Allie W. the League to Enforce Peace. French trenches southwest and Mrs. Bettie Harmon was at Young, former Gov. J. B. In outlining, the lines along south of Fort Douaumont and the bedside of her sister, Mrs and Lieutenant Gov. would recapture of the Haudremont which the United States the Susan Brockman, of Pellyton, James D. Black. Gen. W. B. move in suggesting peace to the also quarry by the Germans are ast week. Holderman was elected Natjonal belligerents President Wilson reported. Mrs. R. C. Neal and family orarorl flvaf Vio lirmilil inoiot- linfYn Committeeman to succeed Urey VWft.U 4UUAUIT UWU All day attacks by the French WVMVV. WUUV U ts Woodson. Judge Charles A. the absolute freedom of the seas were visiting Mrs. Elmer on the German lines in the Caill-ett- e UNDERTAKER A2JD EMBALMER last Sunday. Hardin was chosen Chairman of to all nations and a guarantee of wood, southeast of Fort COLUMBIA, KY. integral territorials rights, if Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sinclair the State Central and Executive Douaumont, in which the French committees. The State electors necessary by a universal asso- and little daughter, Irene, visit- Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to met with severe bosses, were ed Mrs. Sinclair's mother last send out in few minutes 'after receiving are Frank Hopkins, of Preston-burciation of nations. beaten off by the' Germans, who order. No extra charge for hearse All kinds of Sunday. and James 'P. Edwards, of Robes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co report the capture of more than Eunice: Louisville. B. T. Evans was at Dunnville "Home Phone 52 A 850 prisoners and fourteen, ma last Wednesday. The delegates from the Eighth chine guns. Farmers of this section, n s. lumbia last Saturday, on Sparkesville. district to the St. Louis National Latest reports from, the very glad to see the refreshing Austro-Itali.a- n front the Convention are Joshua Booles, rain recently. Rev, A. W. Rowe, of this place Spencer county, and J. B. Mor- indicate tha.t the Austrians have Gilpin were in Mr. James driven a wege rather deeply Several from this place have Campbellsville last Friday, and delivered a discourse at Morris ris Anderson county. The elector is L. B. Herfington, of Mad- into Italian territory between been attending court the past while there purchased a new car. Chapel, near Basil, last: Sunday. ison county. Member of the the Arsa and Astico Valleys two weeks. Mr. Gilpin brought his car home There was a large crowd and a Miss Fannie Evans spent last Saturday. The Italians State Central Committee, J. B. southeast of Trent. It was a surprise to nice time, and the church was admittedly have been falling Saturday with her sister Mrs. B. all, and it is thought that there greatly edified by the interesting Nichols, of Boyle county, Member of the Executive committee, back in this sector, where they L. Royse, near Columbia, and will be several more cars brought discourse. T. R. Welch, Jassamine county. now report a concentration of was accompanied home by Miss to this community in the near Rev. D. L. Vance delivered an their forces in the Arsiero basin. Vista Royse, who is visiting future. entertaining discourse at Antioch The Republican National ConRome, May 25. The Austrian friends and. relatives of this Mr. Willie Yarberry and chil- last Sunday. vention will convene in Chicago offensive along the Italian iront, place. dren, of Toria, visited relatives Mrs. Bettie Yarberry, who has Tuesday, at 12 m. There which began ten days ago, is asMr. and Mrs. Hays Rich, of near this place last Sunday. been confined to her room for are about sixteen candidates for suming more and more the char- Dunnville, were visiting Mr. and Several folks from this place several months, is not improving the nomination for the Presiden- acter of the German offensive at Mrs. G, W. Rubarts, last Saturwent to Pierces Chapel to a bas- very fast. cy. It is the field against Roos- Vurdun. After having occupied day night. Miss Winfrey Rowe was the ket singing Sunday and reported evelt. With that many candi- - the advanced positions from Bro. Williams filled his regular - dates a combine will a nice time. gue3t of her sister, Mrs. Aneliza defeat the which the Italians withdrew, the appointment at Tabernacle last one in the lead. Mrs. Annie Garrhan was the Wheeler, last Sunday. Austrians now are strengthening Saturday and Sunday. at Antioch guest of her daughter, Mrs. Mol-li- e The Sunday-Schooand organizing themselves there. Arthur Wolford and sister At the State Democratic Con is progressing nicely with Ira White last Saturday. They have concentrated addition-- - were visiting Mrs. Cassius Breedvention J. - N. Meadows, of ' Messrs. George,. Lafe and W. Rowe as Superintendent. al artillery under command ,of ing, of Neatsburg,.last Tuesday Jamestown, was chosen the K. Akin, Joe and Alfred Baker Mr. James Rosson, of Rugby, Gen. Koevess and have been at- night. member from the Eleventh distook a pleasure hunt last Satur- was in our midst last Saturday. tempting, but without success, P, P. Wesley was visiting reltrict, of the State Executive day. They killed seventy-thre- e to cut the Italian's rear commu- atives at Yosemite last week, squirrels and one rattlesnake. The young folks prayer meetcommittee. nications for supplies. This ad- and was accompanied home by ing is progressing nicely. Mt, vance of the Austrians has been Mr. Josh Wesley and sisters, Mr. L. Akin shot the snake twice Pleasant prayer meeting last B. Coffey, of this Mr. J. rifle. He brought it home place, at the State Democratic rendered more difficult by the Misses Beulah and Ruth Wesley. with a Sunday night, was conducted by and it had six rattles and a butdestruction of bridges and roads. Convention, was selected by the Miss Artie Janes. Italian officers estimate that L. T. Williams was visiting ton. delegates of the Eighth district, friends-a- t Columbia last SaturRheamatisa. Mr. and Mrs Alvin Rossen between the Adige and Brenta Vice President. and Mrs. J. TV Rossen passed If you are troubled, with chronic or Rivers the Austrians have placed day pighfc. twenty-si- x batteries of guns of Mrs. Welby Mings is very sick. through our community last Sat- muscular rheumatism give ChamberWAR SITUATION lain's Liniment a trial. The relief 305 caliber, aside from many othMrs. Lou Young, of Columbia, urday on the way torMri S. Pick- from pain which it affords is alone ' worth many times its cost. Obtein-bl- e er batteries of smaller , guns and days of last week ett's, near Pyrus7 Adj. at Paull Drug Co. ' ImLondon, May 25. Continuing have brought from the Galician i wiui w i Mr. Frank Wilson was in Go relatives oi inis pjace. is-kno- COUNTY HEWS their furious awaulta in the Ver- and. Balkan fronts fresh troops Carpet and Rug Post-offi- f 1 - Arinouricexrierits. ,i ... - -- -- J. B. JbiSTdiS Hlk Mc-Crea- ry - I Ru-bar- a- - g, -- L- fight-ingo- bus-ines- -- to-da- l -- spent-severa- l 1.1- . 1 - 1 " y ''i.JP Jj3 ; ' 3 THE ADAIR, COUNTY NEWS. ti ' --- S rtfe(FW(V '.-.- -.- - I" ,? " Result of the Examination. The following is a list of First and Work of the Grand Jury. GraTdyvilleJ ' ' t f- - Studr Food Values 'Food provided for the family table . de- serves the careful thought of every housewife. Do you use thought when buying baking- powder? -, The quality of cake, biscuits arid all quickly raised' flour foods depends largely r. upon the Trind of baking' powder used. 'l'r ' JRoyal Baking powder is made .from cream of tartar derived from grapes. It is absolutely pure and has proved its excellence for making food of finest quality?arid wholesomeness for generations. Ro3'al Baking Powder contains noalum ' nor phosphate. ' f-- ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York A grand jury of Adair county, at the The wheat and oat crops are term of circuit court which ended last thirty-eigh- t week, returned First ClAss. indict- looking better in this section. Lula Eoyse, G. E. Montgomery, ments, classified as follows, after being Our farmers are putting in Julia Lloyd, Forrest Sharp, E. T. Had-le- in session eight days: - Minnie Knifley, Breach of Peace 15 their time plowing corn this week. Bettie Knifley,Gaming 4 Ira Powers, Kateill, J. L. Hatfield, T. W. Powell was delivering 2 Alta Morgan, Annie v Eoyse, Bettie Trespass 2 flour at Keltner last Thursday. Cdncealed weapons Cundiff, Wallace Bennett, Ruth Uttering a false check , .1 Willard Avery Blair. ;Quite a number went fishing -- 2 .. Selling liquor Second- Class. Furnishing liquor to minor 2 from this place last Thursdays .Ernest Workman, Stella Garnett, Too much liquor in possession 1 Virginia Conover, Lottie Knifley, Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Christie Adultery -9ii? '" J. Eula Stapp, Mildred Walker Effle Common Nuisance 1 spent a few days at Summerfhade Bryant, Kathrine Willis, Eollin.Pat-fconEdga- r Desturbing singing "'t in Metcalfe county-Jas- t week vis- Collins, Bettie.XeeButler, Disturbing worship ". L. A. Breeding, Arthur Wolford, Floyd 1 iting their relatives. Malicious shooting Walker. u Stealing chickens 1 Mr and Mrs. Strong Hill, of The following persons being top: House breaking r2 young to have certificatesj granted 1 Glasgow," were in our town, the Willful murder them, made the following grades, Rachel Johnson, 93 38 first of the' Week, soliciting orTotal Scott Campbell, 85i ders for hardware. Lester Squires, 85. For Sale.3 n Dr. Bowling, the Rosa Sinclair, 79 grade made in the exThe highest optician of Camner, spent severA' four months old Aberdeen bull. amination was that of Rachel John al days in our city this week and ' Pure bred. son, a girl of sixteen. Roy, Ky. Bassett Hurt, did a fine business. failures.' There were twenty-eigh- t Second Class certificates: y, Hoi-laday, Good old summer is here. s . - t J- -'' '.r . r-- i.V 2-11- . , well-know- 1. Personals. Dr. A. Jackmah, Creelsboro, was here a few days ago Mr. J. X.. Campbell and Mr. J. E. Pelley, of Uunnville, were in Columbia a few days since. Mr. J, of Gar, Wayne couniE.-Cook,( ty, washer&aew.daysago Mr. A. CVHill, wife and son, of Glasgow, were .in Columbia last Thursday. Mr. was registered at the Hancock Hotel the latter Snd of laSfweelc. " J. J. McClaugney, Campbells-vill- e, Tennl, is expected to - arrive this "(Tuesday) afternoon, to 1spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. M. E. ., Marcum. " - Mrs. H. V. ,Denver, Lexington, , Miss-Minn- ie teaching at Pinevijle, last Saturday night. ICe'mp, who has .been reached- - home -- Mr. Albia Eubank, who is a student Lexington, returned home the first of the week. - Mr. C. C. Holt Jamestown, was here Thursday en route home from Louisville. Mr.-an- d Mrs. R. K. Young and their son .Kyle,, and Maj. T, B. Short left ,in an auto for Lexington last Thursday. ' 3Ir. W. R. Lyon and Mr. B. H. Gilpin, made their regular visit to Co- instate University lumbia last. Thursday . Mr. Leslie .Graves,. Campbells ville, was here last Friday. Mr. Fred Howard, Louisville, was atthe Hancock Hotel a few days since, Dr.-- W. There were sixty-tw- o teachers before the Board for certificates. Mrs. W. E. Wagoner, her daughter, Miss Euba, and' son, Eussell, have Don't fail to be in Columbia next gone on a visit to Big Clif ty,. Ky, Saturday by 1 o'clock p. m. A big Miss Zella Pelley, who has been teaching at Pinevil!ev reached home railroad meeting. last Monday night. SHERIFFS SALE. Kee-to- n Mr. J. D. Irvine and wife, Miss By virtue of a Judgment of the. and Mr. Cameron Dunbar reached here, from. Creelsboro, Monday after- Adair Circuit Court, entered at its May' Term, 1916, in favor "of Cumbernoon, en route to Louisville. . land Grocery Co., against Mel Yin PetMr. E. L Sinclair will, leave for ty, I, or one of my deputies,, will, on Louisville with his son, Clemens, Saturday, the nth day of June, 1916, who will be operated on for appendi- between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m., . citis. ' and! o'clock, p. m., at the Store Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Myers and their House door of Melvin Petty,, at Picnic, little son, Eobert Page, .arrived from Adair 'county, Kentucky? expose to Public Sale, to the highest bidder, the Monticello last Saturday.. property, (or so much there Mrs. J. B. Barbee and her little following of as may be necessary to- satisfy daughter, Alta, visited in Campbells-vill- e Plaintiff's debt, interest, and costs,) the first of the "week. t: A remnant of a stock of goods Eld. H. B, Gwinn and wife James consisting of dry goods, notions, gro town, were in Columbia last Monday. ceries, ana naraware. These goods Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Fryer and Mil- will be sold in three different lots as dred Anabel Fryer, of Castle Eock, follows: The dry goods and notions in one lot; the groceries in another lot, Washington, Miss Bess Purdy and the hardware in another lot. Then Ky.. motored over Sunday and spent the day with Miss Winnie they will all be sold together, the highest bidder being the purchaser. JJeHoney. The amount of debt to be satisfied is Mr. H. T. Baker left for Knoxville, $158 00 and interest from January 1, Tenn., this morning for a vist to his 1916, until paid, and the further sum sister, Mrs. W. D. Jones. of $39.10 cost herein, which amounts to Mrs. Ann Lizzie Walker, who has the sum of $201.60 levied on as the property of Melvin Petty. been visiting her brother's family, Terms: Sale will be made on a county, returned home last Sat-- , urday. Miss Sallie Diddle, who ac- credit of 3 months, bond with approved' companied her to Logan county, re- security required, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum mained. day of sale, and having the force Mr. Owsley Eitchey and wife, from and effect of a Judgment bond. Burkesville, arrived, on a visit to Mr. Witness my hand,this 29th day. of and Mrs. John Lee Walker Saturday. May, 1916 The horse they drove, valued at $200, S. H. Mitchell, Sheriff Adair County became overheated and died Sunday to-da- 30-2- t. y -- to-wi- otBrad-fordsvill- e, " G. Hunter, of Louisville, night. .was here the latter part of last week. Rev. J. S. Chandler, who is pastor , Mr. H. S- Mastin, Frankfort, was of the Methodist church, Campbells-villewent to Franklin, recently and here a few days ago. submitted to an operation for throat Mr. Smith Gill returned from State trouble. He returned to his charge University, Lexington, Saturday night last week greatly improved. Miss Margaret Ronan' who was Mrs. Drs, B. F. and James Taylor have G. W. Staples' milliner during the arranged theirTausiriess at East Fork season now about to close, left for her so as to enable them to remain permahome, in Cincinnati, Monday morning. nently in Columbia. They arrived last Her work here gave perfect satisfac- Thursday with their wives and are tion. now comfortably situated at their new Miss Allene Eitchey will return to home on Burkesville Street. her home in Burkes ville Miss Alice Cann, who visited Miss Mr. A. G. Todd, who has been sick Allie Garnett a week after the close of left for her home for several weeks, was able to ride to the Lindsey-Wilsonear Munfordville, last Thursday his farm last week. morning. Miss Thomasine Garnett alMr. and Mrs. J. A. Hill and Miss so left with her and will visit at Alva Knight spent a few days of last Burlington, Ky., Cincinnati and other week in Louisville. points Mr. W. S. Knight came down from Mr. Campbell Hutchison, who was Jamestown last Friday. His daughter, "Miss Alva, accompanied, him hurt in a collision at Campbellsville, about a month ago, improves very home. slowly. He has been out in town sevDr. J. C. Gose and his two daught- eral times since his return home, but ers. Miss Ollie and Nellie, Knlfley, last week he suffered much pain, and visited relatives in Columbia last Fri-Ida- had. to keep hisbed. His many friends would be glad to see him himself Miss Leono Lowe will finish at Dan- again. ville this week. Her sister, Miss and brother, Mr. John D. Lfcwe, will be present at the commencement. Prof. T. A. Judd, who has been to-da- Stray Notice.' There are two stray sow hogs at my place. Color, black. One 2 years old the other about 18 months old Weigh about 175 pounds each. Mark of one, smooth crop off each ear and split in right ear. The other, smooth crop off each ear and swallowfork in left. J. N. Johnson, Pellyton, Ky.. " May 12, 1916. 30-4- t. Married in Oklahoma.. n, 1 y. News has just reached this office of the marriage of Mr. W. T. Shepherd, and Miss Laura French, the ceremony urbs of Columbia, died last Wedneshaving been performed in Blanchard, day night. He was about forty years Okla, the 7th of this month. The old. He had been afflicted a long groom is a native of Adair county and time. is ason of Mrs, Sallie Mat Shepherd, who before removing west, was-- resThe rain last week revived all kinds ident of Columbia, her home being on of vegetation, but the hot- - rays since Greensburg street. The Blanchard have dried the ground, and a soaking paper says the groom is a very exem- rain at this time would be very acceptplary young manr popular with all his able. acquaintances and holds a lucrative position. The bride is a daughter of Mr. W. T. Price lost a Jersey cow Rev. and Mrs. A. J. French, and was Sunday afternoon that he valued at one of the most popular young ladies one hundred dollars. A fine cow is a of her home town. serious loss to .a family. John Q. Alexander, the popular dry goods man of Campbellsville, was calling on his trade in Invitations have been received here our town the first of the week. to the wedding of Miss Helen E. At kinson, Cynthiana, Ky., to Mr. WilEverett Cook, who has been liam Thomas Magee which will take in a very critical condition with place in the Baptist Church, Cynthiana, June 6, at 2 o'clock in the after- a complication of troubles for noon. several days, is not improving Thecouple will reside at Oakley, Ohio, and will be at home after the fast. 20th of June. Mrs. Susan Grissom, of CoLast year the intended bride was a teacher in 'the Graded school this lumbia, is visiting W. M.. place, and during her stay in Columbia and family this week. ,.. made many friends. Born, to the wife of Paul good horse for sale, cash or credA on the 22nd, a son, "' Dr. W. F. Cartwright. it. Mother and child getting along nicely. Marriage Licenses. Mr. George Coffey, of McGregThe following marriage licenses were or, Texas, in company with Mrs. recently issued by Mr. Walker Bryant, County Court Clerk of Adair county: J. N. Coffey, of Columbia, spent Lawrence Hadley to Laura E. Janes. a few days of last week visiting J. W. Halcomb to Ethel Lawless. uncle Charlie Yates and1 daughter, W. M. Jones to Emma Robertson Mrs. Ella Y. Eobertson of our Geo. W. Janes to Mattie Sweeten. Jas. M. Williams to Mary J. Black- city. . burn. We are glad to know that it J. H. Collins to Nancy E. Hampton. is only a few days until we will For Sale. hear the hum of the Adafr CounTwo Aberdeen bulls ten months old. ty Spoke Co., machinery in our One. pure bred, one i. Shorthorn. Both town again, as they have quite a good individuals. little stock on hands, and we unC. S. Harris. t derstand from their agent, Mr. TJiis office is now printing a book of Wethington, that they poems and prose written by Dr. J. T. Robert Jones, who is known to a very wide will receive timber here two da.ys circle of friends in Adair," Eussell and in each week, which will bea Cumberland counties: He is a education and his writings have great help to our people that been accepted by some of the leading have the timber. papeis and periodicals in different The rain that fell here the first Compiling them into book States, form is more for preservation than of the week gave us a good tofor pecuniary gam. The book will be season and , enabled our ready or disposition in a very short bacco time, and it will be sold for a small farmers to get the larger part sum, the doctor hopfng to get enough of their tobacco crops set. We out of it to cover the cost of printing. The doctor has a peculiar style, and take it that there was over one those who know him will want his hundred acres of tobacco transbook. planted, as well as a great help John Frazer, a colored man who to the growing crops of every lived on the Glasgow road, in the sub- description. A Coming Event. Wil-mo- re Sol-lensberg- er, 30-2- gentle-mah'- of Sparks & Co , the n scock dealers of Red Lick, came over and received from Rodgers & Dowell seventy-fiv- e hogs' that brought them in dollars and cents $1,500. This deal of hogs makes over, four thousand dollars that has been paid in this community for hogs in the last sixty days. Messrs. well-know- Ma-ryLuc- y, teaching reached home a few days ago and will probably remain during the summer. Mr. Paul Hughes came down from Center College and spent last Saturday and Sunday with his home people. He was accompanied by Mr.- - F. M. Puryear, who is also a student. in Huntington, Tenn., Circuit court adjourned last TuesA buggy passing through the square day night and Judge Carter left for more attention than an autohis home, in Tompkinsville, before attracts mobile, they are so seldom seen. day Wednesday morning. Mr. for his home, in BurkesgJohn Milam, a colored man who was ville Tuesday afternoon. reared in Columbia, died in Cleveland, Messrs. John T. McElroy, Jas. Shaw Ohio, last Thursday morning. It looks now like a railroad to Co- and Tim Leach, who live between lumbia is a certainty. Only a small Russell's creek and Russell Springs, Eev. W. R. Wagoner, J. C. Strange amount of cash is yet to be raised, and are all down with dropsy and are re- andE. L. Feese caught 30 pounds of it ik confidently Relieved that it will' ported to be critically ill: fish last Saturday. be subscribed this week. Dr-- Hunter, wants to begin; the survey in two The next examination, will be the Work on the. Stanford pike is said weeks. bird Friday andSaturdiy; 'in June. to be progressing very nicely. I will close for this time by saying to my old friend, John Logan, of Macomb, 111., that we will meet him at the Fair, keep on hands a-- full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses.' Prompt service night or Residence . Phone 29, office day. ";phone 98. " Additional Locals. Hud-dlestonle- ft I 45-- 1 yr J. tt, ColuMbia, Ky. .s J :- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS .,' RtfUencc Phone 13 B Business Phoe 18 Hogwallow News. The mail carries-say- s winter is not over yet, as his foot gets cold on the north side. Sprirng arrived on the 21st. It was accompanied in by the Excelsior Fidling Band. Washington Hocks spent Thursday at the Hog Ford moonshine still getting signers to a temperance petition. The depot at Tickville has been moved up the track several hundred yards so that the train will arrive sooner. Sidney Hocks sys the next hardest thing to do besides trying to find out who is your friend is to locate a frog in a weed patch. Tobe Moseley, while seated at e the other day, told the such a realistic bear story Co lumbus Allsop went straight home and went to bed. The store at Bounding Billows was destroyed by fise Tuesday night. The fire originated from a bad flue, as business had been dull for some time. We stop the press to announce that Atlas Peck, who began taking a census of the stars last week, has been bothered a good deal this week by clouds. Atlas Peck, who deposited some monep in the Bank of Tickville some time ago, went 'Saturday and drew it out, as the cashier had bought an automobile. Jefferson Potlocks has dreamed several nights handrunning that he was about to drown, and as a precaution he is now sleeping with two pillows under his head. Cricket Hicks was a pleasant caller to see the Calf Ribs Widow Sunday. Cricket goes there so much the dawgs have lost interest and quit barking at him. A calf is missing from the Rye Straw community. The owner was here looking for it yesterday. Nobody, however, in this community has'stole a calf for several days. FrisbyJHancock is spending the week in the Calf Ribs neighborhood. He was intending to stay just a day or two, but when he got up to leave they asked him to keep his'seat. When a stout, robust person has something the matter with him, according to the Horse Doctor, he complains about twice as much as a weak one. But he ought to. He is more able to do post-offic0 11 " 1 a: :h DR. . - J. N. MURRELL DENTIST ;BTdg HENRY W. DEPP, - This Free Dentist Am- - permanently located in Co lumbia. of Dental work done. Crow JSe and Inlay work a Specialty. AH Office, Front rwms 'in Jeffries . up Stairs. :.' - Kentucky 'Columbia, Paint Book "Homes and How to Faint All Classes Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. owe's J. B. Stone J. H. 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Call or mall orders to up-to-d- TIN WORK. prepared to do any kiud of Tin Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythin6in my line or repair work in tinorsheetiron. Over L. W. Bennetts'-- Store. s Aslc For Free Color Cards I am PAULL DRUG CO., Columbia, Ky. mi :e: New York City. :e What is the Mexican? There are still numbers of Americans who are under the misapprehension that the Mexican is some kind of negro, or, at least, that there is a strong infusion of African blood, as in Haiti. Nothing could be further from the truth. Not only is there less African blood in Mex ico than in the United States, in proportion to population, but there is'less even after you have eliminated nur black belt. Many better informed persons refer to the native Mexicans as Indians, but they are not Indians as we know Indians. True here and there in the mountainous regions are found tribes of semi savages who compare with the native people of what is now the United States. But they figure in national affairs little more than our own pureblooded Cherokees, et, al., figure here. WJien the Spanish conquerer came the bulk of the aboriginal Mexicans were not savages, but a civilized people, as far removed from the wild nomads of North America as the white race themselves. The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. , S. E. Bridgwaters, DENTAL OBTB'ICB Dr. James Triplett DENTIST JPATJXJL. Land Owners Attention. New York is the largest Jewish city in the world. It is the T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do The Merchant's Association of New York has issued a publication filled with facts to impress the outside world with the size of New York. Here are some excerpts: Survey! ng your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e OVER DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. SXS PHONE 20. OPTICS PHON1 largest Irish city, there being 674,721 of Irish blood here. There are 723,333 Germans, 306,-42Austrians, 735,447 Russians. New York spent last year $424,662,455.06, which was 0 more than its income. $4,-00- years rea-- - 2, experience. Charges sonable. C. Phone 74.or WELL DRILLER See me be write I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. T. Faulkner, Its debt is $1,361,483,821.38, lolumbfa. Ky. greater by more than $250,000,-00- 0 than the debt of the United States, and six times the com- to $1,890,000,000 and turn out worth of year. More than 21 per cent, of the goods a fore contracting. Latest im- proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Give J. C. YATES L,. H. Jones Veterinary Surgeon and Dentisi Special attention given Diseases of all - took dinner at the Farmers' Home restaurant Domestic Animals while in Tickville last Saturday. Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on While the waiter had his back turned Slim put several tooth Jamestown road. picks in his pocket and will use Phone 114 G. Slim Pickens Eye Specialist so. 'i ' Columbia, Ky. them this apring when he wants to put on style. PillsIBest for Liver Stone & Atttney-At-Uw Stone, Wffl pradbce m thk uad adjoiuap uxtj.r Keittcky Jtnsttwft, -. Because they contain the best liver medicines, no matter how bitter or nauseating for the sweet sugar coating hides the taste. Dr. King's New Life Pills contain Ingredients that put the liver working, move the bowels freely. No gripe, no nausea, aid digestion. Just try bottle of Dr. King's New Life Pilfe and ftotloe how much better you feel. 2ScatPullDrugCo. Adv bined debt of Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago. There are 3,087 miles of water-pipe- s under the city ; the capacity of the reservoirs is 160,000,-00- 0 gallons, and the conclusion of the Schoharie project will add 80,000,000,000 to this. The Police Department costs $16,241,323. There are 10,674 policemen. The Fire Department costs $9,719,915. Every day 290,000 persons arThis aboriginal Mexican elerive or depart from the city ment is variously estimated as through the railroad stations. d representing from to lf the population by some The railroad systems terminatguessers even more--. It has fur- ing in New York have a mileage nished some of the most learned of 45,323, or 18 per cent, of the scholars and exalted patriots total mileage of the country. celebrated in Mexican history. Every thirty minutes a new greater part of the remain- business corporation is formed in The ing population is made up of New York, and every forty-fiv- e mixed Spanish and aboriginal minutes one is dissolved. blood, from which is derived the Every four minutes a new beterm, "Spanish-American- ." It ing is born to have the' proud is to this mixture of European distinction of being a native and. Aztec that is attributed the New Yorker.t Babies to the num-- r peculiar traits of the "Spanish-America- ber of J 50,000 were bom here character, and sup- last year. posedly woeful .inferiority of our New York has 38,000 factoriee neidhbors to the southward. They employ capital amounting one-thirone-han" nation's banking resources are here. The banks have a capital of $216,157,000 and deposits of $5,377,461,797. Every day the traction-facilitie- s carry 4,967,080 persons. The city has" 108 parks, with an acreage of 8,615. It has hotels. More than 500 conventions are held here every year. There are 250 theaters and 600 smaller places of amusement. There are 1,525 churches, with 1,909,341 communicants The schools have 802,573 pupils and 20,063 teachers. There are 105 hospitals, with 21,858 beds. postof-fice- s. There are thirty-on- e The Manhatton postoffice received last year $3,237,063 and and spent $10,915,212.99. It handled 109,480 tons of secoad-clas- e mail. 1,-5- 00 ; Three German steamers have been sunk in the Baltic by English submarines. -- jt;' ,THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Clover Bloat. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Tears of Discouraging Coaditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave ( I had gotten so weak I could not stand, At last, my husband got me a bottle of and I gave up in despair. Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I menced taking com- Up U Despair. Came Husband to Rescue. it From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its In an Interesting Iettei tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Airs. Bertie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Catron, Ky. years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at an. At times, I would have severe pains In my left side. Cardui, the woman's tonic. more than It has helped 50 a million women, in its years of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what j The doctor was called In, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: ChtUnooza Co.. Ladles' Boon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Term., for Special your esse and book, Homo Inttructions en feat, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment r Women." tent In plain wtapptr. re LISTEN! LISTEN! WOODSON LEWIS Greensburg, Ky. "Has eight or ten Cars of Farm Machinery and Implements that he is now offering at old prices, no ad- Reports still continue to come in from all parts of the county of Ready-to-ta- ke cattle dying from eating white clover. On Saturday Mr. Thomas Kirkland lost a $75 Jersey PB-RU-Ncow. Last Thursday Mr. Buford FOR SALB AT ALL DRUQ STORES Van Arsdale purchased a $75 cow and on Saturday when he went to milk her he found her dead from Cumb. clover boat. There have been so PHONE:fHome Main 9 141 Rates City 2291 many losses from this cause that the Kentucky Experiment Sta"SAFETY FIRST" tion has sent County Agent Gentry a remedy which he has given to the Herald for publication "In f he Heart of LouiSvIIle" that it may reach the farmers all over the entire section. The Ex CONVENIENCES ' TELEPHONES IN periment Station says: "For the, present we strongly recomEUROPEAN PLAN mend for acute bloating 1 quart Louisville, Ky. t Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th of a 11.2 per cent., solution of the formaline which should be followed by placing a wooded PROGRAM block in the animal's mouth and gentle exercise if the animal can Columbia District Conference. be gotten up. Formalin is a trade name for a 40 per cent., solution of formaldehyde gas in (Continued from page 2.) water and may be obtained at 11:00 Sermon Subject: God's Use and Place for the Young Life any drug stooe for 40 cents per of the Church. V. R. Wagoner. ounce of formapint. One-haRev. Jesse L. Murrell. 0:00 Love Feast lin in 1 quart of water makes the 11:00 Sermon, Followed by the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. proper solution with which to SUNDAY AFTERNOON drench the animal. Harrods Sunday Rally, burg Herald. The reliable household Remedy Good The Year Round A -- 50-75-1.- 00. Hotel Watkins ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODE- RN -- rs- lf 1 The Aches of House Cleaning. 2:30 Song and Prayer Service. 2:45 Call to Service in the Sunday School. V I - vance. Plows at last year3 prices. The Oliver Chilled Plow, the Genuine Chilled that all Thrifty and Prosperous Farmers use, the Soil Con server and Crop Maker. A Full Stock of Tobacco Fertilizers, Old Style, Rich, . Prices are Reasonable: but buy now. Four Car Loads of Wire Fence at very reasonable prices. Clod Crushers and Land Rollers actually at less money than last year. Four Clover Leaf Manure Spreaders, the I. H. C. Best Make, New, for $60.00 each. First Come, First Served. These are the I. H. C. $135.00 Spreaders. Also Four I. H. C. Best Make Eight Disc Wheat Drills, for $57.50. Genuine Asphalt Roofing at Reasonable Prices. Every article named above has advanced wholesale from 15 to 500 per cent. We are selling practically the whole list while stock lasts for way below present cost. We are selling the Best Buggy "Ever" Made at the 'price of a cheap buggy. A Fact: it is built with an A. Grade Whith Hickory Wheel. If a wheel breaks within one year of purchase I will give a new whell to replace broken one. Mind you I do not say I- - will have broken wheel repaired. I will replace "with new wheel and immediately." No losing your temper and cussing while you wait six weeks for your wheel to be returned. The paia and soreness caused by and straiding bruises, during house cleaning time are soothed away by Sloan's .Liniment. No need to suffer this Jagony. Just apply Sloan's Liniment to the sore spots, rub only a little. In a short time the pain leaves, you rest comfortably and enjoj a refreshing sleep. One grateful user writes: "Sloan's Liniment is worth its weight in gold." Keep a bottle on hand, use it against all Soreness, Neuralgia and Bruises. Kills pain. 25c at Paul! Drug Co. Ad over-exertio- 2:55 How get Results. Rev. W. H. Cobb. Rev. S. G. Shelley Rev. J. H. Epley. n 3:05 Are Our Sunday Schools Getting Results? Rev. J. S. Chandler. 3:15jThe Sunday School's Evangelistic Opportunity. Rev. M. M. Murrell. Mr. C. J. Nugent 3:25 Organize yout Efforts, C. E. Dudley. 3:35 Elements of a Successful Sunday Schoo S. G. Shelley, P. E. " SATURDAY AFTERNOON Sunday School Things Worth Knowing. 2:00 Song and Prayer Service 2:15 What are we doing in Sunday Schools 2:40 3:00 3:20 3:40 4:00 WAQONS! WAGONS! ' This line has advanced 20 per cent, or say Ten Dollars a Wagon. We will sell you the best andJightest running Wagon made at no ad vance at all. Buy now. We cannot control the whole thing always. They say that Fruit Jars will be out of reach, tops cost now, more than Jars did last year. We can make prices within the reach of all. Buy now. We can't control the whole thing all summer. Special prices to merchants, Now. t K WOODSON LEWIS Missionary dealer in everything the Farmer and the Farmer's wife and family- needs. - of the world's diet consists of vegetables. One ton of whale bluber will yield 200 gallons of oil. Shere are 5,078 radio stations in the United States. There are 4,000,000 tons 'of stone in the pyramid of Cheops. There are nearly 2,000 stitches d shoes. in a pair of Fifty-thre- e out of every 100 persons in the world live in Asia. This country's "railroads require 135,000,000 tons of coal a year. The geographical origin of wheat is a mystery, lost in the dim past. The world's total production of wheat approximates 4,000,000,-00- 0 bushels. There are approximately 28,530 deaths annually in the United States due to accidents. Fully 95 per cent., of the,chil-dre- n of schools are attending institutions of some kind in Japan. One-Fourth 4:20 Rev. J. A. Alley. of the The Louisville Prof. C. E. Dudley. Conference? Mr. C J. Nugent. Our Standard. Rev. O. M. Capshaw. Missions in the Sunday Schoo'. Prof. C. E. Dudley Teacher Training Organized Wesley Classes and Kavanaugh Mr. C. J. Nugent. Children's day: Need for; How Observe? Prof. W. M. Wilson. Nugent and Dudley Round Table SATURDAY EVENING 7:30 Song and Prayer Service Sermon ' hand-sewe- Rev. J. A. Wallace. Rev. J. Robert Marrs SUNDAY MORNING moulding may seem it will be framing up something soon. If you love wild flowers, would When Eve made her costume you want to associate with a of leaves did &he keep it in a 1916 Daffydils. tree trunk? While it is waiting for "the Be careful how you handle the parts of your house. Do noth-th- rest of the piano to be built where does the key board? will make your window prim-rose- ? at blind. "Chamberlain's Tablets Have If white is the color of the wonders for He." chimney what is the lamp shade? e nothing else When upon which toiavish your affection, why not the carpet? you-hav- Done ed-ucatio- nal Whooping Cough. GREENSBURG, KY. One of the most successful prepara tions in use for this disease is Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy. S. W. the Blandon Springs, Ala, writes a boy who "Our baby had whooping cough as woods, I would pick Nick. The constitutionality of the bad as most any baby could have it. 1 when he is in the prime Hutchcraf t Sunday closing law Even gave him Chamberlain's Cough Bemlife young man's arm is like- is being heard before Judge Kir-b- y edy and it aoon sot him well." Ob of Mc-Clint-- "X have been a sufferer from stom ach trouble for a number of years, and.. aiinouen x. nave usea a great number? of remedies recommended for this complaint, Chamberlain's Tablets is the first Although the neighbors do not positive medicine that has given me and lasting relief," writes approve of-i-ts tone, every parent Mrs. Anna Kadin, Spencerport, H". Y. "Chamberlain's Tablets have done thinks his infant a baby grand. wonders for me and I value them very were selecting a name for highly." Obtainable at Paull Drug If I Co. Adv. loved to stay nn tainable Ca. ly to go to waist. It will go to in Louisville Adv. No matter how honeet a picture the Court of Appeals. l 3 8 ar-- e THEIADAIR COUNTY NEWS Bakerion. UFE OF SAVAGE V 4 ' ' Everybody is now very -- near TRULY SENSIBLE done planting corn. Nearly all have a.good stand. Had a good tobaccoseason the Ailments . Almost Unknown by first of this week. The farmers Aborigines Are Commade, good use of it. Some set mon Now. out all of their crop, while others only a part. The theory that most of the ailThe river Is veryHlow at this ments of today are caused almost enwriting. Nothing but j gasoline tirely by those habits that distinguish the white man from his long ago boats run now. brother, the savager is more widely Mrs. H. A. Moss, .of Louisville, discussed every day. 'The savage, in many ways, was. a is visiting her motherjiere; more.sensible being than the man who Mrs. Ed Morgan,. of .Oklahoma, made war on him and then seized his birthright, lfc has been s.ald, by medis in on a visit. ical authorities, that nine out of ten Misses Stella ParrishandJlBet-ti- e cases of sickness can be traced to a ailstomach, and Jane Irvin went to fBurkes-vill- e disordered due, in a large that the to measure, ments are shopping excessive eating and drinking and to little healthful outdoor exercise. Messrs. Young and Snow, of Common sense should be used in Columbia. Burkesville, and Messrs. Robin- our mode of living. It was with this Mr. William Butler, who has Trim-bacson and Dickinson, of- - Glasgow, end in view that Joseph Yon the noted chemist and origina- been very sick,. is some better at were here last Wednesday. tor of so many health aids, gathered this writing. You will find Mr. and Mrs. herbs, roots, barks and flowers from Bun Rice and wife, of Cane the most remote parts of the world Claud Young at their new fhome and spent years of his life in experi- Valley, were visiting at W. F. menting and study before he arrived on main street. at the solution of the problem of re- Squires' recently." The well drillers are on fthe lieving stomach troubles. He named Miss Carrie Hancock was viswell unless they(get oil.SThis his discovery Tanlac. Tanlac has met iting Miss Mary Page, last at Cane with instant favor wherever it has is the fourth hole and the first been introduced. It has created a ro- Valley, Saturday and Sunday. three are dry, and if this one is mance in the business world. Hun Misses Sallie Ray Wilson and of dry it will give this territory a dreds of thousands of sufferers"have realized the benefits this great re Cara Shepherd were visiting at black eye. constructive tonic. Columbia Saturday night. Tanlac Cumberland county now has! vorably, is believed to act more fabecause of the nature, of its Misses Anna and Lela Cundiff "about 25 cars and more thinking ingredients, on ailments of the stoming of buying. Tilden Waggener ach, liver and kidneys, and on ca- and Dennis Banks were visititfg memhas bought him a naw one. He tarrhal affections of the mucous are so at Cane Valley last Thursday. , branes, which, when neglected, There were eight girls gatherlis going to travel in his car tot often communicated to the vital orthe'Cumberland Grocery 'people. gans themselves, than any othr ed at- - Mr John Cundiff' s last known preparation. This ideal reconHe can sell everybody if he don't structive tonic, appetizer,' invigorant Sunday?, afternoon and all went and builder of tissues has been lauded to the cliff to gather wild flowers forget how to stop it. by men and women in all walks of too late. The flowers We have had one case of meas- life. It has proved a boon for suffer- - but was les in'this town and are thinking rers from those all too common ail had bloomed and gone. There spent the we may have trouble with small ments. now is being especially intro- were twelve in all and Tanlac pox, aB they have it on little duced in Columbia, at the Page & afternoon very pleasantly. Hamilton drug store, where the TanRenox creek. Rugby. lac man explains its merits and the Mr. Renfro, with J. M. Robin- results which may be expected from its use. son Norton & Co., was here James Rosson attended the all T. C. Moore & Co., Gresham; C. H. dry goods. Jarvis & Son, Coburg; L. G. Wilcox, day singing at Pierce's Chapel The National Cash Register Exie; J. P. Miller & Son, Crocus. last Sunday. Adv. man, was here yesterday. He Bob Simpson lost a fine 2 year sold S, C. Bibey one of his ma- at Hutchison schoolhouse every old steer last Saturday night. chines. second Sunday morning through This is two head of mules, three W. T. Winfrey and little the summer months. We are head of cattle and six head of Mrs. Robert, is visiting her parents, glad to have Bro. Dudgeon with hogs he has lost lately. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Young. us again. People are now plowing over Wood Kindrick, with Belknap Mr. James Suddarth sold one their corn and laying by their Hardware Mfg. C, was here mare and mule to Mr. McKinley gardens. We had a fine rain yesterday, here last Sunday night and Monfor $140.00. day and crops and pastures are Mrs. P. Wat Parmley has reWill Ed Squires sold one bunch turned home from an extended of hogs to L. W. Bennett for 8c looking better. visit on Crocus. Mr. Noah Akin and family per lb. Mrs. Charlie Cole is visiting The people of this community visited at Walter Harvey's last A, Young, at her sister, Mrs. J. regret very much to see the old week. Giensfork, Feese's mill, as it is familiarly Your scribe and family and J. A. English, of Columbia, is called, torn up and moved away, Mrs. J. T. Rosson visited at W. visiting relatives in this county. as Mr. Smith is going to move it S. Pickett's from Saturday until Roy Edmonson and wife yisit-e- d to Columbia the first of June. Monday. On Sunday we attendat H. C. Parrish's Saturday This old mill has stood many a ed the Children's day at Pleasand Sunday. storm and high tide by the old ant Ridge, near Keltner. There Mr. Hirm Staten, who lived in mill stream. was a large crowd and lots of Irish vale, died suddenly the 12th Miss Mattie Bennett spent dinner and a fine lot of marches, and was buried on his farm. last week very pleasantly with drills and recitations. The children showed that they had been Mrs. S. T. Irvin has gathered Miss Matra Garnett. well trained. The star recita80 gallons of strawberries from Mrs. James Garnett was visit- tion was recited by a three year five rows across.her garden. ing her mother, near Milltown, old girl of Marshall Moss. She The Avery man, Mr. Cook, last week. recited so it was heard all over was here yesterday talking maErnest Cundiff sold two wean- the house. There has been a chinery to the merchants. ing calves to Eugene Grasham new Methodist church built at kussell Creek" for $34.00. Same party sold one Keltner with a large seating casow and pigs to Mrs. Loren pacity. It is built in the latest Corn has been furrowed out on Bradley for $22.50. Same party design. There is a new Presbysold one fine milcb cow to J. R. terian chucrch under construction account of a bad stand. there. Our wheat crops have been Cundiff for $45. damaged some .on account of the Clay Suddarth, who has been Our county is improving now. drouth. confined to his room with rheu- Mr. Jim Gilpin, of Sparkaville, Bro. Will Dudgeon will preach matism for the. last year,- - left for lias purchased an auto. It is a ,-- to-da- y; Somerset last Wednesday morning to be treated. Conten & tleffefson Streets Messrs. John Will Cundiff and Harvey Watson were at Mill- Louisville, - Kentucky. ,.,AMERIOANPLAN town last Thursday. Rate's $.00and'$2.50 vifh. $3.00 ancT$350.petj.cIay Mrs. Fanny Pierce, .of Cane hot and with" Private Bath. Privi- co!dvateri Valley, was visiting her sister, lego of Bath. European Plan Si. 00 and Up Mrs. Elizabeth Hancock, in this ' ;' :' ' t" JIilj HVEEAUR 50C neighborhood, last week. - .t Local and Long Distance Telephones There is quite an interesting in all R,ooms. Sunday school at Hutchison A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. school house every Sunday mornD. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. ing. Mr. Dick Hutchison is superintendent. " EVERYTHING IN We are informed ,that there is going to be new benches put in Hutchison schoolhouse, which is needed very bad. . Everybody in Adair has a bright smile on their face, think ing about the railroad coming to WILLARD HOTEL , - - -i-- ., . ROOFING and Printed. Also Elwood and (American Fence. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized -- h, Steel Fence Posts 1 : DEHLEP BROS. fncorflorafed: CO. 1 12-- 1 10 Eaat Matket Mreetf BetweenTirs! and?Brooh " Louisville, Ky. Birdseve viewtfoffour Plant ii ing Largest in Dixie" . " .. " - V. f J. Hughes & Sons Go. Incorporated Louisville, Kentueky, WHOLESALE Columns. Windows. Doors. Blinds. Mouldino-s Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Cataloz .. g-' I 4 You can hear honk ! honk ! spected by all who know him. on nearly every road now. Walter Wade, a prominent Font Hill. teacher of Decatur, was here Ford. Thursday. The farmers here are through Bert Butcher sold 20 hogs to corn planting. Dick Sharp, of Yosemite, for 8c Edgar Hatfield, traveling sales- per pound, man of Russell Springs, was callJames Allen, a prominent ing on our merchants, Friday. farmer and stock buyer of Casey J. K. Holder, of Eli, was here county, was here Tuesday and Saturday. bought 2 fine cows of Giles Coop- Hammonds and Blair Attis Hopper, who has been passed through here Tuesday en attending school at Columbia, route to Russell. Springs. returned home a few days7 ago. W. F. Wade, a prominent We are sorry to learn that he is confined with fever at this writ- merchant of Irvin's Store, was here Saturday. ing. Giles Cooper was at Dunnville Walter Stephens, a prominent farmer of Eli, was here Satur- Wednesday. day. Drewry Wilkeraon, a promHenry Aaron, of Denmark, inent stock dealer of Dunnville, has recently accepted a position was here Thursday' and bought a in the revenue service at this place. He is --a gentleman of a fine bunch of hogs from Bert high moral character and re Butcher. M. T. WHsm sold a house and er. lot to Dallo Wilson. Price $175. Drs. i 'i