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The Adair County news: July 19, 1916 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1916 ada1916071901_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: July 19, 1916 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUME XIX ill s Urmi COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1916. NUMBER !. .4 38 No Change in (he R. R. Situation. An Enjoyable Affair flow Helm Has "Upheld the Gretna Green. Count Stults, a son of Mr. and Mrs. DO YOU REMEMBER? Hands of the President." We had hoped by this issue to report that the rights of way for the railroad had been secured, but they have not, and the situation is about the same as reported last week. If the farmers in Adair, Green and Taylor want a road they must give the right of way, that is those who own lands the road would pass over. That is all that-ilacking. The 850,000 bonus is up. The farming element would be benefitted more than any other class of men, and they should show their anxiety by giving rights of way. Do this and the road, in our judgment, is secured. An occasion that will long be remembered was the ice cream supper An inspection of the Congressional given by the local camp of Modern Record shows that Mr. Helm deserted Woodmen, at Cane Valley, last Satur- the Piesident and the Democratic maday evening. Something like one nun jority of Congress upon several of the dred and fifty attended, the gathering, most vital matters which have been it being upon Mr. Leslie Tupman's lawn before Congress in recent years, matwnich was brilliantly lighted, a beau- ters which were salient features of tiful sight to the onlooker. During the Democratic platform and the the evening the Cane Valley Brass enactment of which has received the Band discoursed enchanting music to almost unanimous approval and comthe delight of the lassies and beaux, mendation of the people of the nation. who were cozily seated on divans, Congressman Helm claims to have chairs, etc., throughout the lawn. "endeavored to consistently uphold Cane Valley Camp did itself proud, the hands of the President." and all who attended sounded praises When the great Banking and Curof its hospitality and the friendly rency act was passed: the act which handshakes with visiting member's as established Federal Reserve Banks they appeared upon the grounds' Six and did more to place the tlnancial members of Columbia Camp were : system of this country upon a firm present: L. W. Staples, G. C. Garri- substantial and permanent basis than son, F. A. Rosenbaum, J. C. Strange, all other currency legislation within John Dunbar, and Harlan Shaw. half a century, where was the vote of the present Congressman from the T. R. Stults, about nineteen years old, and Miss Ruth Tandy, seventeen, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tandy, both of this place, eloped for Tennessee last Wednesday night and were doubtless married on Thursday. They were accompanied by Mr. Robert Fol-lis. Tales of Kentucky Politics. BV WILL S. KALTKNBACnEH IN COUK L. Declined to Take Advantage of The couple returned Friday and received the blessings of the old folks, and the congratulations of their young friends A delightful dinner was spread at the home of the groom's parents, which was highly enjoyed by the young couple, after a long ride from Tennessee, relatives ana friends Died in Dallas, Texas. News has just been received here of Clements. Rather than take an advantage of his opponent and secure a nomination that he regarded would be clouded, under the circumstances, the late Judge James Garnett, of Adair county, father of James Garnett, former Attorney General of Kentucky, who is now engaged in the practice of law in Louisville, forfeited the prize which could have been his and saw it go to the oue who opposed him Judge Garnett; who was the Circuit Judge of the old Seventh district from 1874 to 1330, iu the latter year ran for and was opposed for the Democratic renomination bv .Judge Joseph Lewis, of Glasgow. The district convention 'was called to be held at Edmonton, Metcalfe county. The returns from the county conventions indicated that Judge Lewis had carried the district by a small majority, but when the time for the Edmonton convention arrived it was found that the heavy rains had so swollen the streams in that section that a great many of the Lewis delegates could not reach Edmonton to take part in the convention. This left Judge Garnett and his sup porters masters of the situation, and Judge Garnett was ur?ed to go on and organize the convention and have him self nominated, it being pointed out to him that he was not responsible for the floods and the failure of the Lewis delegates to attend. Judge Garnett, however, would not listen to this, and h.e insisted that an - t Prof. Reed Shelton has accepted a chair in the Presbyterian College, Maryville, Tenn , for the coming school year. An Ode to Talc. who years, which occurred in Dallas, Texas, Friday, the 7th of July The is visiting her relatives in Columbia immediate cause of his death was and vicinity. The subject was given paralysis of the brain. During last her at a picnic on the lawn of Mr. A winter he had a severe attack of G. Todd, a few afternoons ago, and from which he never fully re5 minutes in which to she only had covered was offered for write it. A premium The deceased was a son of Andrew the best verses in the time allotted, and Laura Powell and was born on and Miss Naylor won it, there being a Gleusfork, near Glenville, this county. number of contestants: and, doubtless, competition will be lum for crime, was up for passage in He came to Columbia with his par"When the day is hot and sunny and lively. the House, where was Mr. Helm's ents aoon after he reached the school your complexion begins to fade, vote upon this big measure, advocated age, and lived here until his mother Notice. removed to Texas, about nine years Just take a box of Williams and touch by the President? ib up a shade The record shows that Mr. Helm ago. He was a young made in Connecticut, and sent out It's I am still in the produce business DID NOT VOTE on this bill. Every character, and a shortman of excellent by mail, time after he my same old stand. With special other Democrat from Kentucky voted reached his majority he was admitted If you have none in your house get at arrangements with a wholesale man I for it except Sherley, of Louisville, Co umbia bar. some without fail. am in position to pay the highest prices. where there is a large foreign popula- lo the The intelligence of his demise vas Now don't think for once that it's only Give me a call and be convinced. Salt, tion, and who voted against it. used on faces. When the bill to repeal a provision received with profound sorrow through Cement, Lime, Gasoline and Coal for For often to make biscuits it is used sale. of the Panama Canal Tolls act ex- out this community. The News and all Columbia tender in places. empting vessels engaged in coastwise J. P. Hutchison. condolence to the surviving sisters, It is splendid they say for cleaning trade of the U. S., from tolls through white shoes, the canal was up, and vigorously his parents being dead, and all other Resolutions. And for toothpasts too, it has been urged for passage by President Wo.od-ro- relatives often used. Wilson, where was Mr. Helm's Make up your mind to see the many Don't worry-abouit's goodness, the Whereas, our Heavenly Father has vote? pure food law makes it so. seen fit to take from our midst, one Every Democratic congressman from stables of fine slock which will be ex- adjournment be taken until the folyou have none on hands at of our most beloved citizens, Ruben Kentucky except Helm voted for the hibited at the Columbia Fair, August lowing day. so that all the delegates Now, if 15. once to the drug store go. R. Conover, and bill- The record shows the congresscould participate. He knew that by Whereas, he was a consistent mem- men from Kentucky who voted against his action the nomination would go to more thrill- ber of the Columbia Baptist Church "Broken Coin" Heed this Notice. Judge Lewis, who was nominated and this bill, earnestly desired by the Presing than ever. for more than half a century, and for ident to have been: elected and afterwards elevated to the many years a faithful Deacon. ThereCourt of Appeals bench HELM, Democrat. A Reunion. There is a city ordinance prohibitfore be it, LANGLEY, Republican. ing the throwing of slop, old cans and Got His Political and Religious Resolved. First, that in his death POWERS, Republican. other rubbish upon the streets and alPrinceton, Cal. June 6, 1916 The the church has lost a consistent mem And again. When the Anti-TruWires Crossed. three Ross families held a family re- ber and wise counselor, the community bill, in two acts, was before the leys of the town of Columbia, and it should be strictly .obeyed. It is the union Sunday at the home of Ed Ross an honorable citizen, and the family a house and this was one of the very The late Gov. James R. Hindman, municipal board to put south of Princeton, the only absent devoted husband and father. fundamental features of the Dem- desire of the a good of Adair county, who was known all sanitary condition, member was Oliver Ross, who is at Second, that the church tender the ocratic platform and campaign for this town in but it can not be done unless the resi over the State, once got his polities Hobart Mills, near Truckee. All of sorrowing famHy our heartfelt sympa- victory in 1912 where was the vote of with mixed with his religion under novel the members of these families are na- thy. Mr. Helm, who says' he desires to "con- dents of Columbia circumstances, and tlte incident is tives of the State of Kentucky and Third, that these resolutions be sistently uphold the hands of the those in authority. Pestilence might often referred to in Methodist gathercome, and should it visit this commutheir hearts ever turn to the blue spread upon the records of the church, President? ings. grass land and the magnolia trees. a copy sent to the family and a copy bills, Mr. Har- nity, it could be checked much easier On both Anti-Truhad The day was spent with music, feast- furnished the Adair' County News for vey Helm, Of the Eighth Kentucky if the town is clean than otherwise. 'It was in 1802, just after he canbeen nominated as the Democratic Every town in Kentucky is taking ing and in happy reminiscence of the publication district, is recorded in the official rec against disease, and this place didate for Congress in the Eleventh ) J. N. Page, old Kentucky home. The families, ord, as NOT VOTING. W. A. Coffey, should stand in line with those who district at the Loudon convention, and they are all of Ed Ross' near relTo say the least, the present ConCommittee. J. R. Garnett, that Gov. Hindman, who was a zealatives, are Will Ross and wife with gressman from this district seems to are making an effort to protect human ous Methodist and active worker in the T. A. Judd. life. Now is the time to act. Get their three sons, Richard, Ray and have adopted a most unusual and rebusy. Board is now having the denomination, went to Campbellsville Joseph; Vanis Ross, wife and son, The main feature of the August markable method of "consistently up- weeds The mowed along all the sidewalks to attend the Louisville Conference of OlLeon; Ed Ross and wife, and sons, Pictorial Review is a complete novel- holding the hands of the President." in the city, which make the streets the Methodist Episcopal Church South iver and Dewey, and daughters, Liz- ette, "The Safety Curtain" by Ethel By his votes upon these measures more attractive. This work will be as a delegate. When he got there the pa- M. zie and Helen. From a California Dill, who is a most entertaining which the Presideut and the Demcontinued until all the sidewalks will subject under discussion was the per. writer. The book throughout is full ocratic majority of both Houses of be cleared of all kinds of obnoxious "Lack of Spirituality in the Church." of wholesome reading, and the Illus- Congress believed of intense and parGov. Hindman promptly took part in August Woman's Home Companion. trations very attractive. Send for it, amount importance to the country growth. the discussion, ending up with: 216-2West 39th Street, New York, that tliey enacted into law, it might The premium list of the Columbia "Brethren, I want to say to you that almost be said in the language of the In the the August Woman's Home N. Y. which will open Tuesday, Au spirituality is the bedrock of Democ immortal Ollie James, in talking of a Fair, 15, Companion, primarily a fiction numgust is published in the News this racy, ana tnererore we nave goo to certain "statesman," who deserted ber, is the first installment of a story Good Reading. have more of it in the Methodist the President and the majority of his week. called "Billy Foster and the Snow Church party at a crucial hour: "Yes; he upQueen" by Katharine Holland Brown. While Gov. Hindman's clear-cu- t Mr P. E. Moss, this place, and his Br- - J T' Jones, will send his book of held the hands of the President; held It erives an unusually interesting de-- 90 pieces in Prose and Verse, by mail, created a commotion in them up so that his enemies might wife, Mary, who was a Miss Harding declaration .scription of Mexico City under the del Conference, the- members, knowbefore her marriage, have been living the iacto regime and forms a striking study to anyone sending him a Postal Money tie them." ing that he had come direct from an Order for 25 cents to Glensfork; Ky over, Mr. Democratic apart for more than three years, the Think this of Che abilities and the policies of the wife havinor htnn a divnrfifl. (enthusiastic Democratic gathering and They are on sale at The News office Voter, when the primary election rolls .revolutionists. an exuberance of party Pick-.up,- " also. around on August 5th. Do you be- It seems there was no trouble between was filled with JTor a short story called "The couple,, relatives interferring bring- spirit, charitably overlooked his re lieve in continuing in office a congress- the by Sophie Kerr, illistrations have political aad Attention is called to the ad of Rus- man who "upholds the hands of the ing about the separation. Last Sat- marks when he got his by R M. Crosby, F. Gra-liabeen made urday week the couple and their little religious wires crossed. Adv. President" fn such fashion? Cfotes, James Montgomery Flagg sell Creek Baptist Academy, daughter, met in Campbellsville, and Although he made a gallant race in This school is growing in Underwood. Send 4bi Crnce F. by Judge W. T. were that Republican stronghold, Gov. Now Grinding. interest, and a splendid board of lor one. They are now residents of Hindman was not elected to Congress. teachers make up the faculty. Write Columbia and apparently are happy In 1897 he was the nominee of the Columbia Chapter No. 7, Royal for catalogue and particulars. I have moved my gasoline mill to over their union. 'Sound Money" Democratic party for will meet next Friday Arch Masons the site, on Water street, near S. F. office of Clerk of the Court of Appeals. 7:45. It is very important 1 snight at Buckwheat. Eubank's shop. Will both grind and The Colored District Baptist Conthat a quorum be present, and the crush-corn- . Send me your grain, good vention was held on the pike, in the Mrs. Lou W. Atkins received a teleHigh Priest is anxious for the Com-.guaranteed. suburbs of Columbia, beginning last gram Suudav afternoon from Pensa- I have plenty of it for sale at SI. 00 meal to turn out. anions J. C. Yates. Fridayand continuing over Sunday. I cola, Fla , .stating that hec brother, per bushel. Now is the time to sow 37-Fair, and it You can.get it at Jeffries HardCome to the Columbia The Association embiaces four or five Robert, was very sick. She answeceu The trotting and running races will counties, and a great many delegate? and will go to his bedside if neoessary. you are looking at fine ring ware Store oryit jny farm. while be exciting at the Columbia Fair, were present. The colored people of She will know in a day or two. C. S. Harris. ihorses, you will be inspired by delight- August 15. Thoroughbred runners the community made preparations to rendered .by a Louisville lttllaausic, will be in evidence. edtertain all visitors arid they did it Delphus Taylor and Clarence Jack- Baad. A Judge, an elegant gentleman, A aumber dftfood speeches man, young men oi this place, upoa Bora, to the- wife of Ttev. R. E. who has never passed upon stock at Institute next week. More than a well. were madtfihi iWwmLdidii pr flnT examination- - were rejected, not Mellrose, N M., July-- 3, a Columbia Fair, has been secured for hundred teachers' will' be' tr .SteveMea, vailed. being physically able for army service. the coming exhibition, August 15. Miss Nell Naylor, of Oklahoma, The following lines were written bj the death of Mr. Leslie Powell, aged 43 Eighth district? The roll call shows that Mr. Helm DID'NOT VOTE upon this bill. EvAn abundant crop year insures anj ery other Democrat from Kentucky immense crowd at the Columbia Fair voted for the bill except Cantrill, who, which will open Tuesday, August 15. also is recorded as not voting upon it. The management has hung out an atWhen the Immigration bill, designtractive premium list which can be ed to exclude a great many illiterate read in our paper The prem- and undesirable foreigners from makiums offered are worth contesting for, ing America a breeding place and asyto-da- Columbia Fair. pe 33-3- C w t - to-nig- st -- te st pro-cauti- 26 ! 4 - 1 m Camp-bellsvill- e. ed Hen-drickso- n. o 2t - , THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 48 49 50 Best bull 2 years old and under 3 Best bull 1 year old and under 2 Best bull under 6 months old Best cow 3 years old and over Best cow 2 years old and under 3 Best heifer 1 year old and under 2 Best heifer under 6 months old 1 PREMIUM LIST -- 51 3ma COLUMBIA FAIR, AUG. 1916. 15-16-17-- 52 53 54 18, -- 0 10 6 0 7 1 00 00 5 00 HI Thorough bred race, mile heats, 2 best in 3 5 00 25 00 15 00 00 -- 00 00 5 00 5 00 Short Horn Cattle. CLASS I. 55 55 57 -- 2 50 5 00 3 00 112 2 00 113 2 00 114 115 116 00 117 3 00 118 5 00 3 00 119 5 GLASS P. Saddle Horses. Best Best Best Best Best Best Best stallion 4 years old and over 10 00 stallion 3 years old and under 4 . . . . 7 00 stallion 2 years old and under 3 7 00 5 00 stallion old and under 2 year stallion under year old 5 00 gelding 4 years old and over 10 00 mare or mare or gelding 3 years old and un- ' 7 00 der4 1 1 5 00 3 00 300 3 00 3 00 5 00 ; ,58 Best bull 2 years old and over Best bull under 2 years old Best cow 2 years old and over Best cow under 2 years old 10 00 7 10 00 . 00 7 00 3 00 3 00 IFIRST IXlY TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, Sweepstakes for Beef Cattle. 59 60 61 Morning Program. 1st. CLASS A. 2nd. 62 63 64 65 66 67 08 69 70 71 72 Best display of apples 2. Best bull any age, any breed 10 00 Best cow any age, any breed 10 00 Best herd consisting of bull and 3 or more females 10 00 5 00 120 5 00 121 5 00 Best mare or gelding 2 years old and der 3 Best mare or gelding 1 year old and der 2 Best mare under 1 year old un- 7 00 un- 5 00 5 00 300 3 00 5 00 Sweepstakes. 122 123 Best stallion, mare or gelding any age Poultry Show. CLASS J. Best trio barred Plymouth Rocks, any age Best trio white Plymouth Rocks, any age . Best trio Rhode Island Reds, any age Best trio Rhode Island whites any age Best trio Silver Wyandottes, any age Best trio White Wyandottes, any age v Best trio Brown Leghorns, any age Best trio White Leghorns, any age Best trio Light Brahmas, any age Best trio Buff Plymouth Rocks, any age- Best trio Indian Game, any age Best trio White Faced Black Spanish, any age Best trio Buff Coachin, any age Best trio White Coachin, any age Best trio Chickens, any age, any breed Best pair Turkeys, any age, any breed Best pair Ducks, any age, any breed Best pair Geese, any age, any breed .... 10 00 3 A 5 Q Best Best Best Best display display display display of pears of peaches-of 3 watermelons of 3 canteloupes . $ 1 00 1 00 00 I 00 1 00 1 .2 CLASS Q. Finest turnout, single or double Braelet to lady, value Box of cigars to gentleman, value Best display of grapes 1 00 1 ..... 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 ' 1 00 10 00 2 50 200 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 1 8 9 10 2 Best peck of white wheat Best peck of Red Wheat Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best display of oats 12 ears of white corn 12 ears of yellow corn six onions six sweet potatoes six Irish potatoes 00 1 00 1 00 1 1 00 00 00 1 1 00 1 00 1 00 124 1 00 1 00 00 I 00 1 00 00 1 1 1 CLASS R. $100 Roadster Stake. The best roadster stallion, mare or ing, any age First geld- Second Third $50 00 30 00 J3 14 00 1 00 1 73 74 75 76 77 fourth: day AUGUST IS 20 00 00 5 16 17 $.8 three heads of cabbage half dozen tomatoes six beets 1 00 I 00 1 00 -- 200 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 100 1 00 Morning Program. CLASS S. ... display of vegetables 9 0 21 three stalks of dark tobacco three stalks of burley tobacco 50 2 00 2 00 1 78 . 79 1 00 00 125 00 126 1 00 127 1 1 Combined Horses. Stallion 4 years old and over $10 Stallion 3 years old and under 4 7 Stallion 2 years old and under 3 7 Stallion 1 year old and under 2 7 Stallion under 1 year old 7 Mare under 1 year old 7 : Mare 1 year old and under 2 7 Mare or Gelding 2 years old and under 3 7 Mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4 7 CLASS B. Afternoon 22 23 Best buck, any age Best ewe, any age Best buck and two ewes 00 5 00 5 5 00 80 - $100 Saddle Horse Stake for five Gaited Horses. First Second Program. CLASS K. 128 129 130 131 00 00 00 00 00 00 CLASS C. 24 25 26 27 28 29 20 . Best Best Best Best boar, one year and over boar, under one year old sow, one year old and over sow, under oneyear Bestsow, any age Best boar, any age Best sow and two or more pigs Afternoon Program. CLASS D. 5 00 5 5 5 5 00 00 00 00 5 00 5 00 2 00 2 00 81 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 82 83 84 85 86 -- $1 32 33 4 Best phaeton pony, 15 hands and under" to be driven by a lady accompanied by 7 50 a gentleman Pony, any age, either sex to be ridden and driven 3 00 Best saddle mare 4 years old and over . . 0 00 Best saddle gelding 4 years old and over- - 10 00 1 -- 87 2 50 88 2 00 5 00 5 00 89 Combined Horses. CLASS E. 90 91 -- 35 Stallion, mare or gelding, any age, to be shown in harness and under saddle; soundness, manner, style, form and gaks ..considered. Each animal must have five tdistinct gaits, have square trot in harness $15 .First 10 .Second 92 93 94 -- Third Thoroughbred running race, mile heats, 25 00 2 bestin three Pkig Horse Race, half mile dashes, 2 7 00 bestin three CLASS L. 10 00 Best StaHion 4 years old and over 7 00 Stallion 3 years old and under 4 Best 7 00 Best Stallion 2 years old and under 3 Stallion 1 year old and under 2 . . . . 7 00 Best Best mare or gelding, 4 years old and 10 00 over Best mare or gelding 3 years old and un- 7 00 der4 Best mare or gelding 2 years old and un 7 00 der 3 Best mare or gelding 1 year old and under 7 00 2 Best mare under 1 year old 7 00 7 00 Best mare and colt 10 00 The most beautiful double team Best lady rider 7 00 '- $50 00 30 00 20 00 00 132 133 134 15 00 3 00 135 5 00 Mare or gelding 4 years old and overAfternoon Program. CLASS T. - 00 00 . 10 00 5 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 5 00 Free for All Trot Mile heats, two best in three First Second or Pace. $75 00 50 00 25 00 40 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 136 5 60 Third Thoroughbred running two best in three race, mile heats 20 00 Hitching Contest. CLASS U. 137 To the lady who can hitch up a horse correctly, and drive down track 200 yards and to return to beginning in shortest length of time. No snaps allowed on the harness Best gentleman rider, that has never won a contest on these grounds 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 138 5 00 5 00 5 00 2 50 2 00 3 00 Baby Show. CLASS V. 139 Prettiest boy baby under 4 months old 140 Prettiest girl baby under 4 months old 1 1 THIRD DAY THURSDAY, AUGUST Morning Program. IT- - Third 00 00 5 00 .... 5 00 500 CLASS M. Mules. 95 5 00 1st. Best horse mule, 3 years old and over. . . $7 00 Best horse mule, 2 years old and under 3 5 00 5 00 Best horse mule under 1 year old 7 00 Best mare mule, 3 years old and over. mule, 2 years old and under 3 . 5 CO Best mare 5 00 Best mare mule year old and under 2. mule under 1 year old 5 00 Best mare 7 00 Best pair mules shown under halter by W. L. Grady, best colt by Ne- Special 10 00 ble Peacock, season of 1917 by W. L. Grady, best mule by Special 10 U0 either of my Jacks, season 1917 Adair County Ring. CLASS W. gelding owned in Adair County, prior to July 5th, 1916 2 00 142 Best combined mare owned in Adair County, 2 00 prior to July 5th. 1916, 3 00 143 Best combined stallion, Fine Harness Horses. 56 :Best double team, regardless of sex or ownership, soundness, pleasant handling, form, style, size and way of going considered. Excessive speed not essential 10 00 2nd. 141 Best combined $3 00 7 00 7 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 CLASS F. 96 97 98 99 -- ... 37 23 39 Saddle mare, or gelding, 3 years old and 10 00 under 4 Mule race, fastest mule, two best in three, half mile dashes 5 00 Plug horse race, two best in three, half 7 50 mile dashes 2 00 7 00 5 00 100 1 . 101 2 00 102 103 104 -- SECOND DAY WEDNESDAY AUGUST, lO. 2 50 - 2 00 CLASS X. 2 00 3 00 144 Best stallion, mare or gilding, any age, shown any way, which has not taken a premium of any kind at this Fair Consolation Ring. 7 00 300 Mornimg Program. 105 106 Best Jack any age Best Jennet, any age 15 00 7 J 10 00 3 H. YOUNG, Prcs., 00 00 Dairy Cattle. CLASS G. Itt. Best Jersey cow 3 years old and over . .$ 5 00 Best Jersey cow 2 years old and under 3 . 5 00 Best Jersey heifer year old and under 2. 3 00 1 CLASS N: ALLEN WALKER, Sec'y. Roadster Ring. 2nd. 107 2 50 108 10 00 Stallion, mare or gelding any age p Best double team, regardless of sex or own-shi10 00 Afternoon Program. 5 00 Special Offer. 5 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 2 00 2 00 00 Tor a short time will furnish the dailR Evening Post, Louisville, Home and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War map and the Adair County News, all one year for $3.25. The map itself i north $1.50, but by accepting this of. jfflr you get it fcr, almost nothing. . Best Jersey heifer 6 months old and under GLASS O. The most beautiful stallion, mare or geld- lyear . Best Jersey heifer under 6 months old. ... Best Jersey cow any age Best Jersey bull 3 years old and over. . ... 3 00 3 00 5 00 2 00 109 2 00 2.00 110 ing, any age, shown under halter 10 00 5 6 00 Aberdeen Angus Beef Cattle. CLASS H. - Trot or Pace, Free for All. Mile heats, 2 best in three First -. .- .00 . $5U 00 . Second ,1 0iOO 4J .iBetbjJL3jyeaB old and.over 15600 VTKwh ..... 30 00 ..-20- Q0 i Af -- w".l2JFw. 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So far it is a draw, but if the Germans wer-- turned out of France, if the Russians came back through Ga.'icia, tnen there would be no draw, for Germany has lost the use of the sea and all her colonies and seaborne commerce: Such defeat, limited though it would be, would cerThe Country with the tainly affect the Turk and the Bulgar and if the Bulgar should President. change sides, if the Allied Army at Salonica should reach the The President has the right to Danube, the last possible profit expect the undivided support of to Gerrrany in the war, the exthe country in any war with pansion to the East, would be Mexico or any other foreign disposed of. country. The country has the On the other hand, if Germany right to expect of the President can throw back the Slav and the an unflinching and unswerving Briton, if she can dispose of the course after war has once been British offensive and restore entered upon. Austrian fortunes in Galicia, So far as the Herald is conthere may be talk of peace, with cerned, it gives support to Presthe war unwon this autumn. ident Wilson ungrudgingly and Europe will hardly go through without any criticism and in line another summer of war unless with its traditional policy. In one side or the other sees the his desire to escape the wider promise of the realization of the consequences of general hostilivictory for which it has sacrities, Mr. Wilson has shown a ficed so much. The Allies will patience almost saintlike. He not move hastily, nor in advance has tried sorely many of his of the hour that they have fixed. friends. He has laid himself They never had the smallest inopen to attacks sometimes altention of striking this spring, most vicious in their bitterness despite the German assertions His desire has been to go to exto the contrary, because they treme lengths in avoiding a conhave prepared their maximum flict on the Western Hemisphere blow. If it fails, they will hardand at the same time to bring ly be able able to prepare anpeace and about permanent other equally powerful' and we prosperity within Mexican termay see this w'ar end as did the ritory itself without resorting to last wars of Louis XIV in a peace intervention. From the New restoring status quo ante, inYork Herald. stead of the Napoleonic debacle. J keep on hands a full stock of The fall of Czernowitz necesconim, caskets, and robes. I also keep sarily reopens the question of Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and Rumania. The Bucharest Gov.tm m&i, Prompt service night or ernment means to come into the Jlesllencc Phone 20, office fay, war on the Allied side just in time to get Bukowina and TranJ, V, Trlptett, &l yr Columbia, Kj sylvania. They almost came in i y to-da- y, root of the trouble and thoroughly cleanse the system with a treatment-oDr. King's Xew Life Pills. 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Ad perstitious about the manner ir and the ability he has shown, all Clear Skin Comes From Withirr Frankfort, August 294 days. indicate that it is a matter of It is foolish to think you can gain Bardstown, August 29 4 days. common sense and good judgclear complexion by the use or Nicholasville, August 293 ment to see that he is retained to face' powder. Get at the root of ther finish the work now in process." days. Columbia, August 154 days. d Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville August 29 5 days. Does Sloan's Liniment He Elizabethtown, August 293 Rheumatism? days. Ask the man who uses it, he knows. Barboursville, August 303 "To think I suffered all these years days. when one 25 cent bottle of Sloan's Lin- to-da- y. worth watching because it may tell the wind prayed Away a "Twister' particularly worth watching just now. From "Russia Comes There is a little Kansas comBack A Great Slav Victory," by Frank H. Simonds, in the munity that now has abundant American Review of Reviews faith in the efficacy of prayer and the inhabitants point to for July, 1916. their deliverance from a tornado to prove their claims. Some ten Soldier's Meeting. miles south of Cold water, Kan., there is a small community of The old soldiers will hold thtir an- Presbyterians. The Rev. A. G. nual meeting on August the 0th and Alexander is pastor of the church 10th, near Weed, Adair county. All soldiers are especially invited to at- and preaches there each Sunday. Two weeks ago during the tend. Eev. L. F. Payne and T. M. Pardue will preach both days. All evening services a terrific" storm ministers are invited to attend. broke just as the minister had T. G. Coffey, Chairman. launched into his sermon. Hail so heavy fell on the roof of the During fifty years of Democ- schoolhouse where the services racy following Thomas Jefferson were held that the voice of the 80 per cent., of American ex- minister was drowned. The conports were shipped in American gregation sang until the storm bottoms. This compares well ceased. The minister returned with 8 per cent., nnder fifty to his sermon and had reached years of Republican high tariff about the middle of it, when a propaganda. In three years of new roar began. Democratic administration un"Cyclone!" yelled a man. der Wilson much of the lost The congregation rushed to. the ground has been recovered windows, and a twisting, funnel- American registry covering 30 shaped cloud, black and danger per cent, of the present tonnage ous, was whipping along toward cleared and with the passage of the school. . the new shipping bill creating a Suddenly the big voice of the Federal Shipping Board and a minister boomed out. "Let us merchant fleet of 400 Govern- pray for deliverance" he said. ment transports, the American As one person the entire crowd flag will again become conspicu- dropped to their knees, and, led ous in international trade upon by the minister, all sobbed out the high seas. their petitions for safety. weather-van- e . which he rises in the morning,, about what first meets his sight,, how he dresses and washes and whom he meets of what food he eats and the rime and manner of serving throughout day. Attention is alsa-paito whether the cocks crow in time, whether dogs bark much' if frogs croak or the wind blows. Again, special notice is taken of the kind of rain that falls, thunder, how stars shine, if the moon has a halo, if it a cloud, etc., etc. The "Evil Eye" is alone accountable for disease and death-TSerbian believes that for each malady that flesh is heir to God has given a remedy. He believes that for each pain there is a healing herb. He believes in witches beautiful young maidens who come forth from, the dew and are nourished in a. They mysterious mountain. meet in the branches of trees? and are most dangerous at supperthe-entir- e d shines-throug- h he -time. --- FEW ! DROPS OFf-- X i ip- BOURBON POULTRY In the drinklnj: water Makes Hens Lay Amazingly JURE Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, Llmberneck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons ot medicine. At Valu- - able poultry book free. iu mw remedy caawisfiM, THE ADAtR COtJNTY NEWS . - TT '' ' COLUMBIA FAIR AUG. 15 FOUR DAYS Some of Kentucky's Best Stock will be on Exhibition. i t : o ? iSS A LOUISVILLE BAND THE ADAIR COUNTY WILL FURNISH ENCHANTING MUSIC. taining possession of Kovel, loss of which would necessitate a regrouping over a long stretch of the front. FIGHTING IN THE MARSHES. North of the Pinsk marshes the fighting at present is largely with artillery. In Galicia the Russian armies are reforming for continuation of the offensive. In the West the renewed efforts of the German Crown Prince at Verdun temporarily are taking precedence in the public mind over the battle of the Somme. The attack just delivered by the Germans just before Verdun is the seventh great onslaught with dense masses of troops since the operations began some five months ago. The Germans have made a slight gain, but apparently this has not lessened the confidence of the French in their ability to hold fast. They still have three solid lines of defense which must be penetrated before the German objective can be gained. The British are still engaged in clearing the Germans from fortified positions which must be taken before the general offensive can be renewed. London, July 13. The British have retaken the ground lost to the Germans, according to the official statement, and now hold all af Mametz. Two German attacks against Contalmaison were repulsed. Hatcher. HEWS WAR SITUATION Published Every Wednesday T Berlin, July 13 (via London) German troops un( Incorporated.) der command of Gen. Count von Bothmer by an encircling counter-OH AS. S. HARRIS, EDITOR. attack have driven back the Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest Russian forces, which had pushed of the City of Columhia and the people of Adair forword in the region northwest and adjoining counties. of Buczacz, in Galicia, says the as second German official statement issued Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. TheiGermans took 400 prisoners. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR LondonJJuly 13 (3:32 p. m.) WED. JULY 19, 1916 Fighting continues at various points along the battle front in DEMOCRATIC TICKET the region of the River Somme, in France, but there has been no change in the situation on any For President. part of the British line, says an WOODROW WILSON, of Hew Jersey. official statement issued by the British War Department this afFor Vice President. ternoon. Attempts of the GerTHOMAS R. MARSHALL, mans to raid trenches west of of Indiana. Wyschaete and south of canal were frustrated. London, July 13, 12:05 p. m.) FOR CONGRESS. The recovery of the Russian armies since their defeats of last We are authorized to announce that CHARLES year and the apparently inexP. MONTGOMERY, of Casey County, is a candithe next haustible supplies of guns and date to represent the Eighth District in Congress, subject to the Democratic primary to be ammunition with which they are held August 5. 1916. providedcontinue to be a source HARVBY of wonder to military We are authorized to announce writers. HELM, of Lincoln county, a Democratic candiCongress from the At least six great armies are enfor date for Eighth district, subject to the August primary. gaged against the Austrians and Germans on Russia's western It seems impossible for peace front. All of them are using to reign in Mexico among the nagreat quantities of ammunition, tives. Fifty years hence they even those not definitely on the will be fighting each other. Why offensive. not let them fight. More would The forces under Grand Duke go out of existence than would Nicholas in Armenia and Persia come in. It is a race that would have been fighting vigorously be as hard to civilize as the against the Turks for months. Indians. A few weeks ago parts of these forces, particularly those west of John M. Parker has called a Erzerum, were compelled to fall national convention of the Proback in the face of a stronger gressive party, to meet in ChicaTurkish army. Early this week go August 5, to nominate candithe Grand Duke resumed the dates for President and Vice offensive in this region and rePresident. The emblem of the captured Humakhatum, fifty party will be changed to the miles west of Erzerum, so that American Eagle. Roosevelt is the Turks have fallen back some denounced. twenty-fiv- e miles from the furVill H. Orpet, the University thest point reached in their Adair County News Company 4:55 p. m.) Post-offito-daLa-Bas-s- BY THE ee Announcements. The coming youths are going to have better advantage each year, as the requirements are going to be more stringent. Every one should place special stress on looking after the education of the youth. The stability of our government depends upon the integrity of its citizenship. Mrs. Joseph Settles fell from the steps of a door at the home of her son last week, sustaining a broken hip. The same accident happened to her several years ago, making her a permanent cripple. She is getting along reasonably well, but suffering excruciating pains. Numerous silos are being built throughout our county. The farmers have been slow to ap preciate this needed outfit, but users of same are enthusiastic advocates of benefits afforded. Mrs. Edna Folk (nee Turner), New York, is spending her sum mer vacation here with her mother. She was accomnanied bv her brother, George Frank, a recent graduate of Columbia University. He has accepted the principalship in a high school in Decatur, Texas, the coming term. The bulk of the wheat and oat crops have been threshed. This ha3 been an unusually bu3y season with the farmers, and they certainly need relief from constant work. Mrs. Delia Gabehart was found J. B. Jo jSQUS UNDERTAKER AND EMBATIER Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to send out in a few minutes after receiving order. No extra charge for hearse. All kinds of Robe3 on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co Home Phone 52 A COLUMBIA, KY. days work heretotore acquitted themselves well. The ladies served lunch to the wearied laborers. Rife Creek. Mr. James Lee, of Reaber, who I ' Com-manc- he counter-off- student, charged with murder- ensive. While the armies directly south ing his sweetheart, Marion Lambert, was acquitted at Waukegan, of the Hinsk marshes are fighting a pitched battle with the III, Saturday. forces of Gen. State Democratic headquarters vonLinsingen along the line of will be opened in Louisville theStokhod River, it probably will be some days before the deAugust 14. cision is reached, as the Teutons Congress will adjourn August have brought up very strong in the hope of re 20th. Austro-German are more flattering than in formers years. The wheat and oat crops are not yielding so much to the acre, but the quality is exceptionally good. Hay will be in abundance and corn and tobacco indicate all that any farmer wishes. Every one who exercises any energy, is enjoying the fruits of his labor as never before. Anyone who croaks now is passed redemption. He is short in his belfry. Our public school teachers are well satisfied with the income from their work last year. Our Educational board were liberal in granting the teachers' their salaries. The monthly pay ran from $36 to $60 a month. Certificates, experience and attendance played an important roll in the distribution of the public money. Our crop prospects hanging from the rafters of her her father's barn one day last week. She was the daughter of Mr. Josh Berry. It is stated that she was affected with pellagra, which caused her to take this method of taking her life. She leaves one child to mourn her loss. W. T. Mardis experienced a very unpleasant feeling at his crib early one morning this week. It was dark and he was picKing up corn to feed his stock, when he placed his hand on a supposed rope, but later found it to be an extra large snake of the cow sucker family He didn't kill it, as he believed it to be a great rat exterminator. Our Baptist friends had a large Mrs. JakeHatfield is still conassemblage of workers grading fined to the house, and is able to the ground of the yard of the sit up at times., church recently ercscted in Mr. Beecher Pierce is home on Campbellsville. The good peo- -, pie of the different denomina-- . a vacation. tiona lent a helping hand, and ' School opened Monday, July "people who had never done a 10th. - has been sick the past ten days, has not recovered yet of the hemorrhages he had 8 days ago still in a weak condition. The farmers are busy stacking their wheat, which is a good crop. Some late oats and hay to make yet. The Casey county District Sunday School Convention will be held at Dunnville, Ky July 14 to 17. Dr. Hammond is the district superintendent. Quite a few from this neighborhood attended the soldier's reunion at Reaber on the Fourth. There will be a grove meeting at Rife Creek Church, beginning July the 19, and continuing to the 25th. Bishop G. M. Matthews of Dayton Ohio, will be there over Sunday the 23rd. Services daily 10 a. m., 2 p. m. The meeting is conducted under the auspices of the United Brethren Church. The Sunday School Rally will be held on Sunday at 9 :4o a. m. Dinner on the ground. Come prepared. Music will be furnished by a competent leader. Rev. C. H. Schad is the pastor. Mrs. Chas. Hatfield, near Norman's Chapel, is confined to her bed with malaria and Rheumatism. There will be preaching at Rife Creek Church Saturday night and Sunday night, July 15 and 16 by Rev. Schad. W& ADAIR COUNTY. NEWS Personals. John Lse Walker returned from Burkesville a fe.v days ago Mrs. Wlker and hr little sou, John Bitch ey, returned Friday. Mr. i o fr 94"OMQe4"QMfre00$O wmrnmmmmmm J Mr. .To'm B. Coffey, who was at for four weeks, returned home last Wednesday. Mr. J. K, White, Rowling Green, was at the Hancock Hu.et a few days of last week. Mrs. W. A. Coffey . is spending a III month or two Mr. H. K. Alexander, Burkesville, made his regular trip to Columbia last week. Mr. W. M. Lowery was here to see our fertilizer dealers a few days ago. La-tonia DO A A U O N. M. A Tutt G. R. Reed The Jeffries Hard ware Store A Due Note or Account? 4 A TUTT & REED REAL ESTATE DEALHRS Offer the following Property for Sale: FARM LAND acres of good lime stone land, well watered, good dwelling and out buildings on public road, and in a good neighborhood. Price 4,200.00, one-ha- lf cash, the balance on easy terms This farm lies sis miles S. E. of Columbia, Ky. 140 50 Miss Gladjs Eosenfield, of Louisville, is visiting Miss Cary Rosenfield, July 1st is Pay this place. Miss Edna Lewis, who has been absent from home five or six months, spending most of the time in Louisville, returned the latter part of last week. Judge Rollin Hurt, of the Court of Appeals, who is at home, taking his vacation, went to Frankfort last week, the whole court being called to sit in a case from .McCracken county and one from Montgomery county. Miss Fannie Lou Hutchinson, of Glasgow, visited at the homes of Mrs Frona Curd, Mrs. Mary Biggs and Mrs. W W Jones, last week. Her mother, before her marriage, was Miss Ida Lyon, who was born and reared in Columbia. Miss Fannie is a teacher in the public schools of her home town, and is a young lady of superior qualifications. Mrs. W. E. Jeffries, of Vaughn, Hevt Mexico, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Caroline Jeffries, her brothers and sister. She will remain several weeks. Mr. L. Akin and two children, Gladys and Bruce, and Miss Etta Akin visited the NeAVs office Thursday, the three last for the lirst time. Mr. B. T. Marshall, Campbellsville, was here a few days ago, selling coffee to our grocerymen. Day for Fertilizer and Tillage Machinery. Do your duty and don't wait for a Statement. AAAAAAAAAAAAA 0AAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs, Ores Barger and their children spent Sunday afternoon at Griffin Spring. Miss Nell Follis left for Enid, Okla., last Friday where she expected to take a position Mr. Melvin Grissom and Mr. Her-schTaylor left for Elkhart, 111., last Saturday, with a view of locating. Misses Ruba Wagoner, Cary and Gladys Rosenfield, Mamie Tandy, Cathrine Nell, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Garvin, Mrs. D. Ward Denton, Mr. and Mrs. Arvest Hill, Ralph Hurt, Henry Harcock, Leon Lewis, Louis Kennedy, Lucien Hunn, and Robt. Follis were at the Griffin Springs Sunday. el n, 4 A POTATOES, State: July 1st forecast, 4,380,000 bushels; production last year, final estimate, 6,426,000 bushels. United States-Ju- ly 1st forecast, 369,000,000 bushels; production last year, fined estimate, 359,103,000 bushels. SWEET POTATOES. 1st forecast, 956,000 bushels; production last year, final estimate, 1,050,000 bushels. United States: July 1st forecast. 73,900,000 bushels; production last year, final estimate, 74,295,000 bnshels IIAY. State: July Mr. Ernest Smith, representing the Gowdy wholesale house, Camp bellsville, was here last Thursday. "V. M. Mrs. Ray Montgomery, who visited relatives in Warren and Hart counties, live or sixjweek, returned home last Saturday. Her husband met and accompanied her from Munfordsville. Miss O. M. Eeed is spending a few weeks with her nephew and niece, Prof, and Mrs. Reed Shelton. Mary-villTenn. e, Miss Maude Dulin, of Taylorsville, is visiting her cousin, Miss Dora Euvisited Mrs. J. B. Barbee last week. bank, and other relatives. Mrs. R. L.S my the left Friday morning for Celina, Tenn , where she will visit relativef for five weeks. Miss Frances Reed has returned from a visit to Miss Bess Cabbell, Miami, Green county. Miss Margaret Lovett is visiting her aunt, Miss Lorena Pyle. Elizabeth-town- . Mr. Adair Hodges, of Greensburg, a 78. former student in the Lindsey-WilsoUnited States: July 1st condition, visited here Monday. 93.4, compared with the eight-yea- r Dr. W T. Triplett, of Salina, Kan.. average of 82.2. PASTURE. is visiting his father, Mr. C. T. Triplett, of this city. State: July 1st condition, 96, comaverage of 84. Miss Mattie Taylor arrived from pared with the United States: July 1st condition, Harriman, Tenn., the first of the 97.7, compared with the ten-yeweek. average of 85.7. Messrs. W. H. Flowers, Ernest ApPLES. Flowers, Ray Flowers and Dr. W. J. State: July 1st forecast, 2,650,000 Flowers went to Sand Lick Sunday. barrels; production last year, final esMiss Rose Hyde left for Jamestown timate, 4,170,000 barrels. Saturday, where she will teach for the United States: July 1st forecast, next seven months. 72,500,000 barrells; production lastyear, final estimate, 76,610,000 barrels. Miss Mary Taylor, Campbellsville, ten-year ar State. July 1st condition, 88, compared with the eight-yea- r average of TIMBER LAND acres timer land (white oak timber cut off). Price for timber $800, land 8500. Can sell timber without He was a quiet, unassuming Chris- land if purchaser wants it. Lies 4 tian gentleman; a kind husband and miles east of Columbia, Ky. father and a consistent Mason. ThereFARM fore be it resolved: 150 acies of lime stone land, good we bow in humble submission That dwelling and outbuildings, well waterto Him who doeth all things well. That a copy of these resolutions be ed and very desirable place for a home. Lies 4 miles N. W. of Columbia, Ky., spread upon our records. That a copy be mailed the wife and on public road. Price $4,500. son. FARM That a copy be mailed the Editor 156 acres located 41 miles N. W. CoMasonic Home Journal to appear lumbia, Ky., Good dwelling, two good among those who have traveled East. barns and other outbuildings, well N. A. Johnston. ) watered, in good state of cultivation, E. B. Atkinson, Com. about 20 acres in timber, all good land D. O. Eubank. ) and a desirable home. Price $4,500. TOWN PROPERTY Special Offer. Nine room two story dwelling and For a short time will furnish the lot, situated on one of the best resistreets in Columbia, near the daily Evening Post, Louisville, Home dence square, barn and out buildings. A and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War very desirable home. A bargain. map and the Adair County News, all Price on application. one year for S3.25. The map itself is 115 Acres of good land in a good worth $1.50, but by accepting this of- neighborhood, good buildings on pub fer you get it fcr almost nothing. lic road, about 8 miles south of Colummm bia. Price $1,600. (Bargain) 40 Acres lime stone land, very good Rugby. buildings, desirable place to live, 4 miles south of Columbia. Price 51,600 Your scribe commenced his House and Lot: House with six school at Antioch the first Mon- rooms, good out buildings, good water and other conveniences, just out of day in July with 42 enrolled with town limits Price 8850 PEACHES. fine prospects for a good school. Additional Locals. Government Crop Report. State: July 1st forecast, 1,280,000 bushels; production last year, final estimate, 1,320,000 bushels. United States: July 1st forecast, 42,100,000 bushels; production last year, final estimate, 63,460,000 bushels. HEMP. State: July 1st condition, pared with the 85. PRICES ten-ye- ar 9S, com- average ol House with 9 rooms just out of town, two shops, all buildings good, compar-tivel- y Jim Reese out new. Price 31,900. Bruce Preston's interest in the Farm: 50 acres on White Oak creek 1J miles N. W. Plumpoint. one half firm of Firquin & Preston, last timber balance in cultivation, 12 acres in "bottom, buildings tolerable good, week. good orchard and spring. Price $700. Tom Roberts begun His school 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheap residence) lying 3 miles N. W. of Cohere last Monday. lumbia. Price SdOO.OO. bought , Washington, D. C, July 7, 1916. Mr. Leo Baldauf of Louisville, arsummary of the July crop report A rived Friday night, to spend a few for the State of Kentucky and for the father-in-ladays at the home of his United States, as compiled by the i Mr. Sam Lewis Bureau of Crop Estimates, and transMrs. Geo. W. Staples has been quite mitted through the Weather Bureau, sice for a week. Her husband returned TJ. S. Department of Agriculture, is from Lexington last Friday night. as follows: Mrs. W. E. Bradshaw and son, Edwin, of Louisville, arrived last Friday and will spend several weeks with Mrs. Bradshaw's aunt, Mrs. Bettie W. Butler. Mrs. A. O. Taylor, who is temporarily located with her husband at Cave City, is visiting relatives here. Mr. Roy Helm, an attorney, of Louisville, was here Sunday, en route to Bakerton, to visit his mother. Mr. H. C. Hindman, who is in the revenue service, is off duty for a few OATS Weeks, and is spending his vacation at Criffin Springs. His post office is State: July 1st forecast, 4,500,000 Romine, Ky. bushels; production last year, final esMr. Walter Elrod visited his many timate, 5,460,000 bushels. United States: July 1st forecast, Somerset friends last week. bushels; production last Misses Mary and Corinne Breeding year, final estimate, 1,540,362,000. have returned from a visit to Lincoln TOBACCO. county. State: July 1st forecast, 440,000,000 Mrs. J. O. Russell is gradually imyear, final esproving, a marked change for the bet- pounds; production last 356,400,000 pounds. timate, ter being discernable. United States: July 1st forecast, Tom Patteson, Tom Judd, Prof. pounds; production last Hopkins, "and Miss Lillie Judd visited Griffin Springs Sunday. year, final estimate, 1,060,587,000 lbs. The first price given below is the average on July 1st this year, and the second, the average on July 1st last year. State: Wheat. $1.05 and $1.07 per bushel. Corn, .84 and .So. Oats, .56 and .5S. Potatoes, .80 and $115. Hay, CORN. $13.80 and $16.40 per ton. Eggs, .14 State: July 1st forecast, 108,000,000 and .17 per dozen. bushels; production last year, final esUnited States: Wheat, 92.9 and timate, 114,000,000 bushels. S102.8 cents per bushel. Corn, 75 4 United States: July 1st forecast, and 77.7 cents Oats, 40.5 and 46.7 bushels: production last cents. Pototoes, 52 1 cents and $102. year final estimate. 3,064,535,000 bush- Hay, $12.10 and $11.70 per ton. Cot els. ton, 8.6 and 12.5 cents per pound. Eggs, ALL WHEAT 17.8 and 19 7 cents per dozen. 9,500,000 State: July 1st forecast, bushels; production last year, final esTribute of Respect. 900,000 bushels. timate, 9, F. A. Strange begun his school at Keltner last Monday. n There was a child to the wife of Jim Rupe last Sunday. Mrs. Rupe took inward fever and died Friday. She leaves three little children and her husband to mourn their loss. The remains were interred in the Rowetowo graveyard on Saturday, Rev. H.- T. Jessie conducting the funeral services. still-bor- 30 Acres land, good new residence, 2 good springs, a good well. Trice $700. 31 miles N. W. of Columbia. Farm of 100 acres situated 2 miles S. E. Columbia, Ky., 70 acres tillable 30 acres timber, eight room dwelling, good barn and outbuildings, farm well watered. Price 81 300. 8800 for house and lot near the public square, good garden, good well, barn &c. Desirable place and is worth the money asked. Want To Buy. Abont 10 acres of land near Columbia to make a home. Mrs. Joe Brake and family and 25 or 30 acres of land, cheap buildings, will give five or six hundred dolBurr Brake and family, of Cum- lars. berland county, attended the Tampico Lodge, No. 419, F. & A. II., funeral of Mrs. Mrs. Frances Cane Valley, Ky. The Death Angel knocked at the Rupe last Saturday. door of our Lodge June 12, 1916, and We were glad to hear from our called from labor to refreshments our beloved and worthy brother, J. W. old friend, J. A. Rosson, of Russell. the He was initiated June 5, 1871, passed Chilacothe, Mo., through July 3, 1871, raised August 7, 1871, by News, and to know he was doPitman Lodge, No. 124. He was from this lodge March the 6, ing well. de-mitt- and placed his membership in The Gypsies were wkh us last Tampico Lodge, No. 419, and was faithful to the end. week and all the boys had their 1876, COLUMBIA, KY. iiiummuiittUiUiuiuiiumuu Gone, but not forgotten. We cheer-iB- h his memory here. fortunes told. aaiabcv.,. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 8idence Phone 13 4 Jfr, DR. J. Misses Wedding to Save Man. N. MURRELL B Business Pboe IS P Birds That Talk, In England more than in this country do we find birds that are taught to talk. The raven, the jackdaw, the magpie, and the jay may all be trained to imitate sounds and to utter words and even ' sentences distinctly; but more familiar to most people are the talking birds of the parrot tribe, which acquire the gift of speech in far greater perfection than any other of their species. The voice of the parrot is also much more human in its tone; the raven is too hoarse, the jay and the magpie are too shrill; but there are modulations in the parrot's notes when speaking The Wilson Appeal to the Independent Voter. HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST DENTIST Office, Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. The wedding of Buell Hanks, a well-know- n stockman of Flour-ne- y, Seldom in our history has the Am permanently located in Co outcome of a national election lumbia. depended with such approxima- All Classes of Dental work done. Crow 1 dge and Inlay work a Specialty. tion of entirety "upon the personAll Work Guaranteed ality and achievements of an in- Kentucky was to have taken place a few Columbia, Office over G. W. (Lowe's dividual. Mr. Wilson's candidacy is to an unusual degree dissoevenings ago, but it didn't. And Shoe Store J. B. Stone J. H. Stone ciated from the candidacies of therein lies a story. hi3 party colleagues. He stands Several days before the date upon his own record, distinctive LnBxMHLlJ.'l A! m SAVE NOW for the nuptials the prospective A Splendid for the instances wherein he has brigdegroom, in company with enforced his will upon the DemClubbing Bargain his father, left for the mounocratic leaders who sought to We Offer $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma have to do with the position tains with a big flock of sheep. he Adair CounlyNews $75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand which the party should occupy in and Hanks wrote his sweetheart that Course, Time Unlimited, if you the present campaign. Mr. Bryhe would be back for the wedThe Cincinnati enroll on or before November 1st. an formerly the titular leader of ding without fail and all prepaWrite today for catalog and $20. Weekly Enquirer uhe Democratic party, and most rations were made at the home of the paramount issues on which discount coupon No. 32. Both One On the night of the bride-to-bhe appealed to the emotions of Address, planned the guests assembled, Only H. O. KEELING, Pres. that are sometimes absolutely the nation, are upon the political Many other Demthe minister arrived and the uncanny in their weird resem- scrap-heaSubscription may be Bryant & Stratton Business College new .or renewal ocratic leaders, conspicuous in wedding feast was prepared in blance to the "human voice diWhat the Weekly Eiquirer is Louisville, Ky. the pretsily decorated home, But vine." This superiority is due the activities of their party before Mr. Wilson's sudden accessIt Is Issued every Thursday, subscripthe bridegroom did not appear. to tion price 51.00 per year, and it Is one of the construction of its beak, ion to power, have been relegatthe best home metropolitan weeklie of toAt 10 o'clock the guests gave its tongue, and head. The par- ed to the background. So it is day. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the it up as a bad job and departed. world's events, and for that reason can rot, too, has a wonderful mem- that the men to whom Mr. Wilgiue yon all the leading news. It carries I am prepared to do any kiud of Tin Two nights later Miss Ball son has entrusted the manage a carries a great omount of valuable farm ory, and rarely forgets what it matter, crisp editorirls and reliable I Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c. ment of his campaign are planheard the whiz oj an auto outmarket reports. Its numerous deonce thoroughly learned. has make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized partments make it a necessity to every ning to make a most earnest ap side her door. In it was Buell ome. farm or business man. m Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other peal to the voters who are acThis grand Offer is limited and we advise Hanks. He explained that the Will My Child Take Dr. Kings' you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call knowledged members of no pothe above combination right now. Call at my shop if you need anythin6 in my forage was very poor in the or mall orders te litical party. Mr. Wilson is New Discovery? The Adair County News, line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. mountains and that it had been heartily in accord with these This best answer is Dr. King's New Columbia, Ky. necessary to take the stock out. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. plans, for he has sponsored the But just at the critical time one Discovery itself. It's a pleasant opinion that neither of the old S. E. Bridgwaters, sweet syrup, easy to take. It conpolitical parties includes a ma of the herders became ill and the tains thelmedicines which years of ex- jority of the voters of the nation prospective bridegroom had to perience have proven best for Coughs DENTAL OIiMCE carry him out on his back. Hence and Colds. Those who have used Dr. and that no Presidential candidate can be elected in a straight the unavoidable d e 1 ay. Of King's New Discovery longest are its Dr. out contest who polls no more course, all was forgiven and an- best frients. Besides every bottle is than the vote of his party. Land Owners Attention. DENTIST other wedding date has been set. guaranteed. If you don't get satisThe section of the electorate faction you get your money back. which thu holds the balance of T. C. OVER PATJUL. DRUG OO. Faulkner, is prepared to do Buy a bottle, use as directed. Keep Taking Big Chances. power in the national election Columbia, Ky. It is a great risk to travel without a what is left for Cough and Cold insur- cannot easily be misled. Mr. your Surveying correctly. Ad Wilson fully bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ance. At Paull Drug Co's. realizes this. In OFFICE PEONLIk RES PHONE 20. and Diarrhoea Remedy, as this prepmost cases a man withdraws years He has thirty-thre- e aration cannot be obtained on the frcm his party organization only Memory Tricks. trains or steamships. Attacks of bow experience. Charges reaafter a somewhat intense intelWELL DRILLER el complaint are often sudden and lectual experience productive of very severe, and everyone should go sonable. Phone 74 or tying a a clearer understanding of politThe old method of prepared for them. Obtainable I will drill wells in Adair and Paull Drug Co. Adv. string about a finger to recall to ical principles. The independwrite adjoining counties. See me be mind some task to be done at a ent voter, much more than the T. C. Faulkner, fore contracting. Latest im- Facts Discredit High Tar- certain time has besn done away members of the political parties, will record his impartial convicColumbia. Ky. iff. with. The new way is to transproved machinery of all kinds. tions on Mr. Wilson's acts at the fer a ring from one finger to an- polls in November. If the indePump Repairing Done. Give The averrge wage of the U. S. other. On the accustomed finger Must Uphold President, pendent voter is content and me a Call. Steel Corporation rose from $29 the ring feels natural and does happy with the maintenance of m 1908, to $925 in 1915. This is "The issues in this coming not cause annoyance, but on any an increase of nearly $200 per C. YATES the country's present interna- campaign are so clear and defiman, and it was brought about other finger it slightly irritates tional and domestic status, he nite that any attempt at confuunder a Democratic cut in the This irritation constantly will aid will cast his ballot for Mr. Wil- sion must fail. 'Stand by the iron and steel tariff schedule. in recalling the task to be done. son. If he is convinced that the President' has been made absointeresting to note in this Just try it once. It is country is in need of moral and lutely necessary by Republican connection that the wage cost of Another and more novel way spiritual regeneration, that the party leaders injecting alien inVeterinary Surgeon and Dentist production dropped from steel terests into the campaign. Not is to carry a colored ribbon in the administration of Mr. Wilson has per ton in 1908 to $15.03 $19.41 to support President most cerEye Specialist you permitted 1915. Here is a coat pocket. Suppose, now, national conscience tainly subjects one to the query-athe per ton in Special attention given Diseases of all wage cost are in your office. Your wife to be dulled and the national asshrinkage of $4.48 in to a division of national alleDomestic Animals bring pirations to be reduced to a low- giance. Republican leaders, by of steel production coincident 'phones you to be sure and Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on with a $200 rise in the annual home a certain thing. Go to er level, that a change for the following the dictates of those wage. your coat hanging on the office better is needed in order that Americans more interested in Jamestown road. European politics than national . This proves two vital points in Phone 114 G. rack, take out the ribbon and tie American ideals be vindicated; pride and unity, have gien prieconomy: First, Columbia, Ky. our national it tightly around a sleeve. At in other words, if he i3 inclined ma facie evidence as to their that a high wage standard is night when you start to go home to a venture rather than the ac- mercenary motives. consistent with efficiency and economp of production; and sec your fist will jam itself against ceptance of an existing certain"Before the Chicago convenStone & Stone, ond, that the old Republican doc the tied sleeve. "Oh, yes," you ty, he will consider the claim of tions the 'stand pat' cry was trine of the high tariff school, 'anything to beat Teddy." To yourself, "there's the political aspirants who apAttoney-At-Lad labor need pro- will sav to that peal for Mr. Wilson's removal in accomplish that they desecrated against cheap labor, is that cough syrup Molly told me tection Supreme Court, and now in own behalf. From "Wil- the J Will pra5tice in by actual results as to be sure and bring home to their discredited their frenzy they are willing to son the Candidate," by L. Amos by the reports of the disclosed this and adj'oinins ounb!es. night," and off you will go at Brown, in the American Review sacrifice national pride and pagreatest industrial enterprise on triotism as well as hyphenate once to make the purchase. Kentucky : Jamstown, . of Reviews for July, 1916. the globe. 'the flag' for the sake of office. Cal., to Miss Gladys Ball, $20.00 e. $1.35 p. TIN WORK. te Surveying James Triplett J. L. H. Jones s w well-pai- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS DKXIil MM3 You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking Crocus. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin faking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. imi ibi Has Helped Thousands. LJKWJILBI IIIII ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODE- TCI U"L,fHome Ctty 2291 JCumb. Main 9141 Rates 50-75-1.- 00 "SAFETY FIRST" Hotel Watkins "In the Heart of LouiSville" TELEPHONES IN RN Farmers are busy at present GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY threshing wheat and finishing their corn crops. Prof. S. R. Duvall, of Glasgow, arrived in this community on the 6th. He will open school on the 10th. We are very glad to have him back with us again. rj i A goodly number from this ii community attended the singing 1 1 at Simpson school house on the 4th. Mrs. Lula Lawhorn was visit- With Genuine Enthusiasm introduces to your kind consideration ing Mr.' Leslie Stone one night the Chevrolet "Baby Grand", a Five Passenger Touring Car. See It and you will Want It. Want It and you will Buy It. Write for last week. We will send and Specificatifns. Write for the Car lf J. P. Aaron bought a span of Cuts it to you for you to see it. young mules last week from Vel-mAaron, price unknown. Mr. Allan Walker has been taking up some nice lambs through here recently. Mr. J. D. Lawhorn has returned from Taylor county, where he has been traiding some. Miss Mary Wilcoxon, of Green county, visited triends here recently. On last Sunday afternoon a Price $750.00, Factory. party of Young folks visited Sulphur Springs, where they had a Complete with Electric Starter and Electric Lights that Light. nice time. Woodson Lewis AGENT rOR CHEVROLET i i 1 (pr j MOTOR OARS It-e- er o CONVENIENCES Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Every family without exception should keep this preparation at hand Louisville, Ky. Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th during the hot weather of the sumColic, mer months. Chamberlain's Remedy is Cholera and Diarrhoea many times its cost when needworth Centep & Jefferson Streets ed and is almost certain to be needed The Royal Mail, a Roadster of Wonderful Individuality. Price before the summer is over. It has Jno Louisville, - Kentucky. $750.00 Factory. Complete Lights and Starter. superior for the purpose for; which it AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 and3.50 per day is intended. Buy it now. Obtainable And the Chevrolet "Four Ninety" a Car Built for Your Needs. Rates $2.00 and $2.50 vlth Adv. A Car that will take the Hills. A Comfort, a Joy. and a Delight. at Paull Drug Co. hot and cold vater, Privi vith Private rBath. EUROPEAN PLAN WILLARD HOTEL lege of Bath. European Plan $1.00 and Up AXJL, Dirigo. W. H. Gill, Columbia, and MKALR R-Oom- GOO Harvey, Pettit's Fork, were here one day last waekbuying D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. sheep. Born, to the wife ofMiller EVERYTHING IN Stotts, on the 5th inst, a son. F.E. Webb, Glensfork, who has been teaching in the JSouth for the past few years, visited friends at this place one day last week. Allen Wooten went to Greens-bur- g Price $550.00 complete, Factory. one day last week and bought a new wagon and will in Alfo the "Four-Ninet- y" Roadster $550.00 Factory. Also Ellwood and American Fence. a few days begin hauling staves After long and careful consideration we believe and enthusiasticalfrom here to Greensburg. ly, that we have a Car that will please in every essential. The Sam Garmon, SparKsville, was Engiee has the Power to carry the Car any where. It has the Looks, Graceful Streamliness, Comfortable and Easy Riding. here one day last week, R. G. Murphy and Baker Jes-se- e We received the first car load last Saturday, we sold them out in CO. three days. We have others. did business at Greensburg a Incorporated day or so last week, and while there Mr. Murphy bought a nice 6 Eaat MaHtet Street? Between First and Brook rubber tire buggy. R. G, Murphy and J. C. Royse Are you for Democracy's conMose Wooten, Bliss, is visit- spent the fourth at Edmonton. structive program of the FederLouisville, Ky. ing relatives here this week. A picnic, with moving show etc. , al Reserve Act, the Federal Ace Pelston spent several days Buffalo Hart, Illinois. were the attractions. Trade Commission, the The following is the committee for in the Bliss community, last Tariff Commission, the Ruthe camp meeting to be held at J. B. week, harvesting hay. Bitiuosness and Stomach Trouble ral Credits Act; the Federal 2, 1916, Burton's store, Purdy, Ky: I came Constipation and Indigestion. and have a job at $30 per month, J. B. Burton, Purdy, Ky. "Two years ago I suffered from fre- Shipping Board, and Agriculthave used Chamberlain's Tablets "I Rev. J. D. Burton, Purdy, Ky. quent attacks of stomach trouble and ural Extension? Or are you for house and cow furnished. I and must say they are the best I have John Hadley, Purdy, Ky. the Republican predatory prohave a horse and buggy and two ever used for constipation and indi- biliousness," write Miss Emma W. E. Foster, Purdy, Ky. very Lima, Ohio. "I could eat gestion. My wife also used them for gram of high tariff, ship subsidy fat hogs and plenty of work. I M. A. Albertson, Purdy. indigestion and they did her good," little food that agreed with me and I Rv. and Wall Street control of indushave not lost a day since I arwrites Eugene S. Knight, Wilmington became so dizzy and sick at my stomWe, the committee, kindly and corAre you for rived. Tablets are ach at times that I had to take hold try and finance? N. C. Chamberlain's dially invite all ministers who preach mild and gentle in their action. Give of something to keep from falling. public or private interest? The Farmers are busy, cutting the gospel, and will be welcome to them a trial. You are certain to be Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets adverand plowing corn. Oats come and take part with us. The pleased with the agreeable laxative tised I decided to try them. I im- one means prosperity for the wheat are looking fine, but need rain. meeting will begin August the 13, effect which they produce. Obtain- proved rapidly. ' ' Obtainable at Paull few; the other means prosperity A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. Local and Long Distance Telephones in all s. An Automobile. Three Speeds Forward, One Reverse. Electric Lights Electric Starter. It Breeds Enthusiasm wherever it is seen. See It; Buy It. Write for cuts and printed matter. Write for the Car Itself. I ROOFING Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Asphalt Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. "WooDSOisr lewis 11 non-partis- an here-Februar- y 1 Yer-byk- e, Chester Curry. 1916. able at Paull Drug Co. Adv. Drug Co. Adv. for all. II Jf .y-- 4 j 8 Gradyville. We had . plenty of rain last THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS HEALT AFFECTS Mrs. W. Tarter. G. week. Rev. W: C. Christie and wife visited relatives, the first of the week, in the eastern part of the county.' W. C. Yates and wife, of visited relatives here 'the first of the week. W. B. Patteson, ef Columbia, was here looking after insurance here last Friday. Robert Wethington spent last Sunday at Clementsville, with his parents. Sam Mitchell, the Sheriff of Adair, was attending to official business, in this section, a day or so last week. Mrs. C. 0. Moss and her son, James, after several weeks visit in Campbellsville and Louisville, returned home the first of the week. Strong Hill made a business trip to Red Lick last Thursday, and spent the day very pleasant ly with his old friend, J. H. Camp-bellsville, White, who has MAN'S VIEWPOINT been very ill for several weeks, is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. White, of Half McK Persons See Life From Louisville, returned home last Viewpoint of Pessimist. Monday after a few days visic among relatives. They were ac- - tmsi J bs IMj 'J0tt L rr ; jy 1 BMi HMtr The condition of a man's health al ways affects to a marked extent his companied home by Mr. White's mental attitude towards life in mother. IsSstSvwSML Iwswih sJsSk.ll JFall miGMZSS&mr rMmaW of culfure Study music in tho atmosphere Lexington. ,na in irlpal surroundings. ICy., Is the seat of culture, the university J " city or weal envuuua wu clty-t- hd tn tho highest i,.otir Lexington Idealism .So Its faculty of with sitnated. the distinguished instructors Invoke, plana, violin and other inetmmpnts. brass Instruments, theory, harmony. .! ( composition, teacher's training, public school music, dra- -' matlc art and painting, affords rare advantages to the muslcstudent. Degrees conicrreu. ruuuu siuiOT. 12. Terms and board reasonable. Summer term begins June term September 11. Write for catalogue. . E. Lexingten Cellef e il nunc -- Cttp College-otMuM- c w!Kli3wSr. This fact is So universally admitted Birdseve view lot our Plant that columns in the newspapers are a few days ago looking after devoted to "Dyspepsia Philosophy," sheep. Wheat and oat harvest n 1 and of all ailments it is safe to assert is over in this part.$2.The yield that stomach diseases work more havoc with human machinery than all seems to be about the average other disorders combined. crop. ' Of all the ills, chronic dyspepsia is Mr. Arby Sandusy who! has probably the most common. Its causes and results are been the salesmen in Mr.j'Earl's characterizations ma'ny. Skilled specialists have been store for the past few months, unable to cope with this almost universal malady. However, old Mother has accepted a position in the Xature, who, after all, is the skill in timber works in Casey, and will chemistry, has compounded in her in. exhaustible laboratory a marvelous leave for that point in a few remedy for this trouble. days. Mr. Sandusky is one of It would be almost impossible to our best young men, and he describe the sufferings that this dread Kin-nair- d. disease has brought to mankind. The leaves with our best wishes and most common symptoms are pains in commendations to the people of the stomach, a dull, heavy, bloated Drs. B. F. and James Taylor, feeling, loss of appetite, headaches, Casey county. passed through nausea, dizziness, coated tongue, fitful of Columbia, Mr. Virtes Grant left for Ash' . several days of last week, sleep, loss of of enery, nervousness and here "Largest in Dixie" land, 111., a few days ago. Luck en route to Keltner and East melancholia. Tanlac, the great reconstructive to you Virtes. Fork, to see several sick patients. tonic, appetizer and builder of worn-ou- t School opened at this place, Dr. L. C. Nell, wife and son i tissues, compounded after'years Incorporated are in Louisville this week hav- of study, was designed to check this last Monday with Miss Huddles-to- n . ing their little boy's eyes treat- - distressing condition. Its purposes as teacher. v a healthy, normal appe are to restore . ed. Miss Nellie Tarter of Columgood,.;soundr jestful sleep, end Mrs. Amos Keltner, who has tite, nervousness, revive lost energy in bia, is visiting relatives here. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings. Columns, been in declining health for sev -- short, to restore the stomach to the eral months, we are glad to note, habit of doing a full day's work and Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Snark'sville. improving at this doing it efficiently that she is This Master Medicine is composed time. entirely of roots, herbs, flowers and The corn is looking splendid, Dr. Woodruff Flowers, of Cobarks gathered from the remote cor$ lumbia, in company with his ners of the earth and is compounded and all the farmers are wearing $ brother, Will of Bliss, passed today under the personal direction of a bright smile. $ Joseph Von Trimbach, the chemist through here the first of the Reed & Cooksey wheat week on their return from Sul- who created the Tanlac formula. is in our communtiy this week. phur Well, where they had been Thousands of men and women who have found relief from their sufferings drinking fine sulphur water. Mr. Lennie Smith, the Wat-mid- st through the Tanlac treatment are Mrs. Sallie Sherrill, after sev- daily acknowledging their gratitude kins man, was in our the eral week's visit with her son for this wonderful reconstructive first of the week. Campbellsville, Ky. .3 family at Romines, returned tonic. and Mrs. A. W. Rowe bought of Tanlac is now being introduced in home last week. Columbia, at the Page & Hamilton Elroy Rowe. one calf for $15. Strong Faculty of twelve Teachers. Good boarding for Uncle Charlie Yates continues drug store, where its merits are be Phelps Bros, passed through ( ac- ing explained daily by the Tanlac disabled from the stage of both Boys and Girkr at $11.00 per month. Tuition Cheap. H Jim'Redman was in this part ! i I V. Stair . Hughes & Sons Co.; "- - Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE $tHt$3 Russell Creek BAPTIST ACADEMY $ $ x tion from his fall. We hope the worst is over with him and that he will regain his strength sufficient to attend to his daily affairs in a very few days. The protracted services, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Bush and Rev. Coakley, are progressing nicely with every indication for a great revival. Large attendance, good preaching and much interest manifested. The first services were held in the new Cumberland Presby terian church at Keltner chapel, ast Sunday. A fine sermon delivered by the pastor, Rev. Jo Furkin and a good service in general. The 25th of July there will be a protracted meeting commence at the same church. The pastor has not ascertained who will help him in these series' of meetings, but is expecting to have assistance both in preaching and singing. We are expecting a great revival. Every body is invited to attend. Our people are getting very anxious about the railroad. Just as soon as we know for a cer- Man. T. C. Moore & Co., Gresham; C. H. Jarvis & Son, Coburg: L. Gr. Wilcox, Exie; J. P Miller & Son, Crocus. H. E. Loy, OJga. Adv. this section the first of last week, with a nice bunch of hogs Mr. Martin Rowe went to Cumberland county with Phelps Bros. T Bible taught by special teacher in every grade every day. High class Normal School throughout the year. Industrial farm, and No Incidental Fees. Applied Agriculture. been real sick for the past two unknown. months is not improving any. Mr. Ira Rowe bought some timber of J. S. Campbell. Price ' For Catalogue and particulars write Mr. Ed Hancock, of the Pollard Chapel country, wasjiere on ing last Saturday and returning Mr. C. C. Rowe, r., made a j business trip to Louisville, start- A. R. ABERNATHY, President, Campbellsville, Ky. ; - $ a visit last Wednesday. Master David Banks, of Louisville, is visiting his grand par ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Banks. J. W. Sublett and Warden T. I. Smith, attended court in Greensburg last week. Tuesday. Mr. Martin Rowe informed your reporter that he would start to Mississippi the first of next week. He will be boss over a stave yard for Henry Moss. We have always demonstrated to the readers of the Adair County News that we compete most successfully with the offerings of any catalogue house. Indeed in most instances our qualities are far superior and have cost no Mr. George Aaron began his Vester Murrell with a crew of school at this place last Monday. hands is cutting the Jo M. Thom- He is getting along nicely. as timber near milltown. Rev. A. W. Rowe returned Miss Gladys Conway, who has more that the inferior kind. Our store is known as the representative Carpet and RugHouse; Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spacious salesrooms have always expressed themselves raost'favor-abl- y about our stocks and prices. The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of been spending the summer with her sister, Mrs. Oscar Capshaw, returned to her home in Marion last week. I Mr. R. L. Faulkener, proprietainty that it is coming, the tor of Griffirf Springs; was here work on the pike from this place buying hogs one day last week. to Bliss will begin and will conis a good man to trade with. tinue until we have a good road. He Cane Valley. Miss Maud Doolin, of Taylor-vin- e, waa visiting her uncle, Mr. Ed Eubank, last week. Mr. A. H. Judd, one of our best citizens, was seriously sick last week. Mrs. Riah Murrell, who has The farmers are all tickled to see crops of all kinds looking so nice and bringing the prices. We have not threshed any wheat yet, though it is stack dry. Some tobacco is growing a little too fast The eabbage heads are all bursting open and our. heads will too if the railroad cornea. ' home from Taylor county, where he had been engaged in a revi val with Rev. L. 'F. Payne. Bro. Rowe reported that they had a good time and that the Church was ereatly edified. There were several convertions. Mrs. Bennie Corbin is very low at this writing, and it is thought that she will not recover. Mr. Elroy Rowe is able to be out again, and all of his neighbors are glad to see him out amongst cnem once more. moved from Elroy Rowe's to R. L. day last week. Rowe's-onMrs.. Louisa C. e Good Linoleum with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellcndorff, 522 & 524 W. Market St., incorporated. Louisville, Ky. f rQm a mule last Thursday near few days. Mrs. Bettie Yarberry, who has . ne and bruising him in differ-- . been sick ior several month? is pjace( Rowe leaking his collar Mr. '(George Janes got thrown ent PUces but wiU rfecover in improving at this writing. fi 1