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Link, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Campbellsville, filled the pulpit, forenoon and evening, of the this place,last Sunday. was Kev. Link's second visit to CoIt lumbia and the first to occupy the pulpit. Notwithstanding the day was sweltering, a large audience greeted him at the forenoon services and a goodly number heard his evening's discourse. He is a zealous, pointed speaker, and all who heard him were well pleased. He is a Biblical scholar, but preaches iu simple language in order that the younger set may understand and take in his words. While he had but little thue in a social way, his hand was clasped by many Columbians and warm invitations extended lilm for a return visit. ch The Institute. , it Didn't Work, The teachers are loud in their praise Saturday of last week a young man of the Institute whlcli (Jlosed last Fri- claiming that his name was Oiie Miss Alva Knight, Jamestown, vis day afternoon, Nearly one hundred Barnes, presented a check at the First were in attendance, as fine National Bank, for one hundred, dol- ited Mrs. J. A. Hill Ia3t week. teachers a body of young- ladies and young gen- lars, the name signed to the check beMrs T. F. Collins, who visited in last week. tlemen as ever c6'me together in the ing that of Josiah Wilson, who has a Alleu, Texas, and Elida, New Mexico, Dr. J. N. Murrell attended the county. bank account. Mr. Bruce Montgom- returned home the first of last week. Dental Association at Louisville, last Prof Huffaker made no mistake in ery, who is the assisant cashier, beMr. W. A. Stokes and wife and securing Prof. McDougle as the in- came suspicious, and told the supposed Lawrence Stokes, of Horse Shoe Bot- week. Mr. R. T. Baker, Amandaville, was structor. He is an educator of State Mr. Barnes that hb would call up Mr. tom, were here a few days ago, en here, meeting friends, last Saturday. wide reputation and is perfectly fa- Wilson, and while he was making an route home from Louisville. He informed The News that when we miliar with the common School work. effort to get him to the phone, Barnes, Mr. G. R Reed spent last week in got the railroad' the traffic and travel He has a happy gift of imparting as he gave his hame, left the bank, of Cumberland county would come knowledge, and he certainly endeared and has not been apprehended, Olie Russell county Former Attorney Gen. James Gar-net- t, this way. to the teachers ol Adair coun- Barnes has been to the bank since the himself and Mrs. Garnett, their daughtty occurrence, and has no idea who the Mrs M. E. Durham, who visited her er, Miss Frances, and son, Master sons in Taylor, Marion and Prof. Harris, who Is principal of the man is who represented him. Hardin James, who are out from Louisville, counties, has returned home. High School, Winchester, was here, Thursday night will be the regular sojourning at Griffin Springs, spent in the interest of advancing the moonMisses Lela and Lila Durham, twin meeting of Columbia Lodge, No. 230, last Wednesday afternoon and Thurslight schools for Illiterates. He ad- 1. O. O. F. All members in regular daughters of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Durday forenoon at the home of Judge W. vised the teachers upon this' branch ham, Elizabethtown, are visiting at standing are' fraternally invited to1 at- W. Jones. of education, telling them of its progthe home of their grandmother; this T. E. Jeffries, N G. tend Dr. Ulysses Montgomery and his place. SALE OF ROLLER MILL PR0PER1Y ress in the mountains of Kentucky, daughter, Mrs Artillia Durrett, aud The Twentieth Century Club. The Adair county teachers became Miss Ora Moss is spending a week very much .Interested, and many of her little sob, James, of Louisville, Wad Edwards &c, Plaintiff ) J VS The Twentieth Century Club will visited at the home of Dr Montgom with her cousin, Mrs. R. R. M033. will take up the work. them A. S. Edwards, Admr &c Other visitors were here and through meet with Mrs. Fred Myers Tuesday ery's brother, Mr. J. F. Montgomery, Judge N. H. Mos3 visited his CoDefendants. out trie week many interesting talks afternoon at 3 p. m., August 8. All last week. lumbia friends last Thursday Under a judgment of the Green Cirinvited. Below is the program: were made. Mr. Cosby McBeath, of Monticello, Miss Allie Garnett, who was quite cuit Court in the above styled action The institute was a success, and the Paper on Geraldine Farrer by Mrs. came over last week The first- of sick several days of last week, has I will on Monday August 14th, 1916 at parting of the teachers, and the song, Bob Reed. this week he started with his wife aud about recovered the Courthouse in Greensburg,. Ky., -- God Be With You Till We Meet Story of "Madam Butterfly" by Mrs. two children home, via Danville, stepa EollerMill, near the mouth of. sell Mtas O. M. Reed, who visited her brought sorrowful emotions to Charles Russell ping a few days with Mr. McBeath's nephew, Mr. Reed Shelton and his Little Barren River, on the Greens- - Again"heart. Paper on Joseph Hoffman by Mrs father, who lives in Boyle county. imrgand Munfordsville road, to the ev;ery wife, Maryville Term., returned home O. P. Bush. They were accompanied by Mrs Ce- last Friday. highest bidder at public sale on a Tojthe Exhibitors, Piano Solo Miss Alice Walker. cil Ramsey. credit of six and twelve months There Miss Annie Faulkner, who spent a Mr. J. A. Williams left for Pontiac, Hail Storm. are 111 acres of land and a dwelling The stockmen, who will visit the week with relatives here, returned to III., last Wenesday. He left with a her home in Louisville, Saturday. house that go with the mill property. Columbia Fair, will be clad to learu This is good mill property, in a good that the Association has employed The hail storm that visited portions view of locating, and if be does his Mr E. W Reed, who has been con-tiulocality and any one desiring to buy Mr. B. G. Fox, of Danville, to judge of Adair county last Tuesday after- family will follow. to his room for two weeks, is a roller mill would do well to inspect in all contests. He is an educated noon, didconsiderable damage to toMr. H. T Baker made a trip of sevsome better. the property and be present at the stockman, and is a gentleman of the bacco crops A patch that was being eral dajs stay at Louisville last week. Miss Hattie Wilburu, of Elkhorn, sale. Any one desiring further in- highest character, free from partiality, grown by T. 1 Smith, Cane Yalley, Mr. Geo C. Cundiff, of Lsuisville, which was sam to be the unest pros- representing the Home Insurance Taylor county, is visiting Miss Alma formation can write me or the plain- hence every exhibitor may rest asMcFarland. tiffs' attorneys at Greensburg, Ky. sured that they will get a fair deal. pect in the county, was almost de- Companj. made a business trip to CoMrs. J. P. Scruggs, of FredericksW. F. Cantrell, Master Commissioner. He is personally known to several Co- stroyed, so it is reported. Mr. Sam lumbia last week. burg, Mo , visited her sister, Miss JenNoggle & Graham, Attys for Plain- lumbians and they speak of him in Lewis was in his wagon, and near Mr. Charles Walls, of Lebanon, tiffs. t the highest terms. So et your stock this point when the hail came. He mingled with his Columbia friends a nie Garnett, last week This week says that it was the most terrific he she will be at the Griffin Springs The Leader, the new paper at in good shape merit tvill win. ever witnessed. A heavy rain follow- few days of last week. Jr. A. C. Jones, of Liberal Kansas, Campbellsville, made its first appearMr. Boyce H Skaggs, .of Greeus-bur- and Chesley Jones, of Casey County Fajr. ed the hail, and water upon the pike Cincinnati. who ance last Saturday. It is an S column who is the county attorney of visited their parents, Dr. and Mrs. almost reached the hubs of Mr. Lewis' J. folio, and it looks good. In is edited Grean county, made a professional T. Jones, started homeward this Don't fail to sec the Flyjng--Machi- wagon. by Mr. R. C. Blanford, who is known at the Casey County Dr Z A. Taylor has moved his of visit to this place last Wednesday (Wednesday morning. to many Columbians, he having con Miss Sue King is still in a sanitariFair. We are sparing no money fice and is now located in'G E Wil Mrs. R A. Jones, of Cincinnati, menced his newspaper career in this um at Louisville, but the doctor wife of Dr. R. A. Jones, is in St Jo place, and who has improved from the to entertain the immense crowd son's store next door to Pest office. will be able to be here at seph infirmary, Louisville. start. In politics the paper is Repub- who will be at our fair. Aero Pie is displaying a nice line of jewel thinks she beginning of the September term the Mr. E. B. McLean, Louisville, spent lican, but the editor will devote most plane ascension each day, Aug. ry and invites jou to call around to of the public school see him He is a Graduate WatchSunday in Columbia. of his space to local affairs. Mr. G. W 1 6, 1 7 and 1 8th, 1 91 6. Auto- maker and Optician and has just been Mr. D E. Hatcher, Jr., Glasgow, Hancock one-haowner, is the busMrs. W. H. Edsell, of Lo'uisville, is iness manager. We welcome the mobile display on second day, or admitted into the State Optical As- was here last Thursday. visiting her mother, Mrs Priseilla Mr. Luclen Moore is a victim of Leader to our exchange list, and hope Automobile day. School children sociation. So wheu you have him fit t your eyes with glasses you get just rheumatism and is on crutches that the venture will prove profitable. Parade, third day. Music by Mrs. Marjr Brasel and her 'two chll- -' n is required to give you clear Plenty whatCompound lens a speciality. Ali Mr. Lee Kahn, of Cincinnati, was drerCof Ei Paso, Texas, hQ visited Mr. Claud Harris, who has the con- Danville Military Band. here last Thursday. tract to build a pike from Jamestown shade. Everything" new. Write forms of Astigmatis corrected. her brotner, Mr.C", S. .Harris for Mrs. W. E. Bradshaw and her little to Sewellton, passed through Colum- for Catalogue." this' Wednesday morning John Collins, who lives near Inroad, son, Edward, will leave for their home, to visit her father and brothers in : bia last Wednesday, en route to' RusL. W. Cundiff, Secretary, this county, and who was a regular in Louisville next Thursday. Virginia. Mt G, S Harris accornpa-- " sell county, with his machinery, wagLiberty Ky. soldier, on the reserve list, was not ons, etc. We take it that road tiuildr Mr. u. x. a mi on, ont am, was nied.rftf-t- 'Louisville. ified last week to report at Little here during the institute. lng in Russell has commenced in .earMr W H. Wilson, who was talien Series of Meetings. . Rock, Ark., for duty. He has been nest, and we would be glad if every Mr. J. H. Lewis, Burnside, spent very ill last Friday night, has about leading highway in said county could Eld. W. B. Taylor, of Owenton, Ky., at home for some- time, but when, a several days of last week here recovered. be piked. Good roads will build1 up commenced a meeting at Hebron last soldier is on the reserve list, and is Mrs A. W. Tarter and daughter, Mr. Richard Dillon, Breeding met Russell county and make it one oi the Friday night which will probably con- called to report, he gets pay for all many of his Etuel, left Monday for a two month's joung friends here during desirable sections of the State. tinue ten days. When he closes at the time he was away from .the army. the institute. visit to relatives and friends iu SpringHe enlisted for seven years, and had grounds are being put in this church he will begin a series of served three before he secured his The fair Mrs, P. H. Conover, Mt. Vernop, field, III. Mont-pelie- r, fine shape for the coming meet which meetings at Pleasant Hill, near Ky , is Visiting her parents, Mr. and Dr. P. H. Conover. Mt. Vernon, is where Eld. Taylor was born conditional discharge. He has four will begin August 15. Mr. R. K. spending this week in Columbia, with Mrs G. B. Smith. years under the call to serve. Young, who is a director, with a lot of and reared He is a minister of abil' Lisle "Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. his wife and baby. This( week's issue of the Adair L BakeV," hands, Is now having all the buildings ity and doubtless large congregations Judge Rollin Hurt was called to Monticello, is visiting at whitewashed and the grounds beauti- will hear him. while he is in the count- County News informs us that the pro- rhe home of his grandfather, Judge Frankfort last week. posed railroad to Columbia is an asfied. The wells from which the finest yH. C Balcer. Dr. Oma Shively and his daughter, Mr. J. Is. Coffey's busi sured fact. We are glad to repeat The front of of water comes, are in perfect workMiss Dora Eubank, this place, and Miss Virginia, of Greenaburg, visited n by Mr. J. F. news to our readers. The build this ness house, occupied ing order, and Mr." Marvin Young, has ing of this railroad will affect the. Miss Alary Williams, of Montpelier, Mr. and Mrs. Brack Massie last SunWe have information that the peo beeu lepainted in very attractive col- people of this county very... mdeh as left Saturday morning for Falmouth, day. pie of adjoining counties will attend ors which gives the building an invit when it is completed Columbia be- Ky., where they will teaoh for the Miss Dexter English has returned months Theyt are both j heme from Bowling Green the Columbia Fair, in large numbers. ing appearance. There are other comes our shipping point during the next-seveTwo horsemen, one from Taylor coun- - t,usineS3 houses on the square that dry season of the year. Cary's Week- efficient and excellent young - ladies, Mr. E. L. Willin and wife, of Tex' and as teachers they are making a as, who visited at the home of the' ty, the other Green, will have sixteen could be improved by the use of the ly Burkesville. record."" neaa oi snow norses nere. inis inior- - pajm; brush. former's father, Mr. Dave. Willin, The members of the escort commitwas gaonerea oy a ixews man , motion Mrs. ..Maggie Ruberts, Mrs E. F. started on their return trip Tuesday. Mr. G. W. Collins, who lives near tee, every county in .the state-bein.from one of the owners of the stock. i'Gle'uville, Senator H. R. Sanders of Camp- -. aud who got his right leg represented, who will go with Pres Rowland Mrs W. 11'. Russell, all sis " :, ago, was in Co, ideht Wilson from Louisville' " to 'ters,,wentr to Louisville fast "week, (bellsville, was here Monday, There was a general drunk in thelbroken, twelve weeks the former to consult a specialist. Dr. I Mr. R. J. Lyou was "here Monday. colored settlement last Saturdarirabia.last Wednesday, the 8rst time 'Hodgehville, have, been selected, by W. J. FJowers accompanied them. He is using a crutch, the committee. From .tAdair county Will Frazer fired two shots at in twelve.Weeks. Bight. Mr. A. G. Stitch, Secretary of the Mr. Ji F. Cabell, Miami, was here but it will not be Jong until he' will Mr. '"John B. Coffey .and Mr. J. O. Will Lester, one taking effect in Louisville Trust Company, paid Co- Friday. Russell. right hip, but the wound was dcarof'it. 1 lumbia a visit the first of the. week. Miss Elizabeth Hudson, of' - about 'Mrl John" Caarpbell, who wasTeryfallght. A trial will follow. remote curry, a wnite man,- - and a Mr. Horace Jeffries is expected to'fie several days in Columbia old, and who was a negro man, who tines t able to come to his store iu a day or M. Smith, who lives near soldier in the Federal army.during the last week. Mr. L. work, on the public high way ,Jiescaped Cane Valley, had eight acres of tine Civil war, died at his late' home, near the watchful eye of, the officer, last Miss Irene Squires, of Campbells- two. destroyed by the recent hail. McGaha, this'county, last Saturday Thursday, and took to tobacco Mr. D. Ward Denton arrived the woodsi ville, is visiting Misses Mary and His father, Mr. Peoick Smith, also morning at 4 o'clock. Breeding. here from Erwin, Tenn., last Monday. apprehended. 'Ihey have not been lost heavily. Mrs. Herbert Smith, who visited i Dr. L. F. Page, of Indianapolis, The Story Hour Committee of the here and at Grady ville for several Page, who was Mr. Joel Witkerson, who lives at Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Caldwell, who brother of Mr. Jas. T. born and reared in Columbia, was one Self Culture Club will entertain the weeks, left for home, Van Lear, Ky., Glenville, and same years ago was a first-claspeople, will have charge xre bearers at the children with stories and a picnic next Friday mowing. I citizen of Columbia, is lying danger- ef the dining room at the Fair. The of the honorary pallRiley. Thursday afternoon from 4:00 5:30, on Mrs. F. D. Moss, of East Fork, went ously ill, his malady being typhoid f properly prepared. funeral of Whitcomb bast of edibles and the Graded School campus. Louisville last week, to. see aspec-lve- r. Later. Mr. Wilkersoudiedafc7 The outlook for tine stock at the CoMr. H. B. Ingram writes from Fan-- f lumbia Fair is better than any year in Asoubf Mr. Tom Patton, Elroy, ialist. Dr. B. F. Taylor, of this place, o'clock Monday afternoon. He was a Prairie. III., that his brother, Ike, the past. good citizen and his death will be se- was conveyed to Louisville last week accompanied her. l improved. has He was. t I riovsly fe,t aboab Gleilville. by Dr. O. M. Russell. The boy is Se Measrs. O. R. Beck and G. m Bat. Come to the Fair and spend four to the Sandusky W- - G. Hunter is expected in a riously afflicted, and thearislt to Louis - 1 of Hft'raA'ShnA Bnr,rm;,.WAwPhSfc.(a brother-in-laSc. days very delightfully jjood music -- ww wwi . w. ciro. j brothers, of this place. inrikys. ville was..to see a specialist. Thursday. and plenty of fine stock. -- Personals. Mr. Forest Sharp was here from Amandaville. His father, Mr. J. D. Sharp, came up Friday to convey him home. Miss Agnes Conover returned from the Western Normal. Bowling Green, tf - ed i 40-2- g, -- ne lf Do-hone- y, vis-,o- sever-al-.vveakstf- eft ck o - ! Pat-teso- -- g -- r . ' " Lea-tier- 's v '- MM-towncape- nt - efght!y-six',yea'- rs were-payiri- g Co-lip- s I e-- to I vary-much w I - W 1 & THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I infer from a letter he wrote me at Bogard, Mo., he maintained the same cheerful demeanor. Lattimore, July 15, 1916. Bill stotts was also of amiable Editor News: .After giving your readers a disposition when I knew him, long breathing spell, I shall en- and what I heard in Kentucky From North Carolina. Section Officers. West Columbia. H. A. Walker, Judge; W. E. McUand-lesJudge; T. C. Davidson, Clerk; H. D. Murray, Sheriff. East Columbia. J. M. Russell, Judge; J. H. Young, Judge; N. B. Kelsey, Clerk; Grover Grissom, Sheriff. Milltown. Will Harmon, Judge; Chafc Dohoney, Judge; J. B. Keltner, Clerk; George Cheatham, Sheriff. s, Tried Last Shot. Franco-Prussia- Taking the Home Paper. r There was probably no inci Do you know of a person in n war this whole community who would dent in the of 1870 more dramatic than that be willing to go through life which marked its close. month by month and year by Herr Frookenbeck, president year without a knowledge of the ter the lists again in the role of was in hi3 favor. of the Prussian Cnamber of Dep- news features of the township in contribulor. I am more than Perhaps it would not be amiss uties, was sent with a colleague which he resides? Would you gratified at prospects of a rail- to briefly recount conditions in to Versailles to congratulate like to be that person? It is difroad in that region: for it will this region. We had a seven week's drouth in April and May; King William on his election as ficult to convince the average certainly be a great agent in deever since excessive rams. Emperor. Bismark, who had reader of the real value of his velopment of that section. With and Keltner. is small here, as it never just cocluded the terms of peace home paper unless he has at railroad facilities, improved pub- Cotton George Rodgers, Judge; C. O. Kelt- with France invited the two delup till June. Cotton resome time or other been forced lic highways will be a certain re- came ner, Judge; John W. Vire, Clerk; W. egates to supper, and in the to do without it' Then it is that sult. In traveling over several quires hot sunshine and not too C Rodgers, Sheriff. Gradyville. course of the meal said: states of the South and West, much rain. My cotton, corn, its valud is brought home to E. R. Baker, Judge; Elmer Keene, melons, cane, peas and garden aa 12 o'clock the them, Most people subscribe for rarely have I seen a region blessJudge; E. E. ISTell, Clerk; Jim Gilpin, last shots will be exchanged be- the" home paper, read it, enjoy it, ed with so good a type of citizen- are fairly good for the season. Sheriff. tween our troops and the French, and absorb the news it contains ship and the natural resources of I have not yet gone to Mexico, Elroy. T. J. Patton, and I have conceded to the as a matter of course, giving but hope the situation is someFred Simpson, Judge; Adair county, Kentucky. relieved. I was three Judge; X W. Scott, Clerk; George French the honor of the last scarcely a thought to the vast The boastful Texan declared what Janes, Sheriff. shot" his State had fine timber years of age when the Civil war amount of labor entailed in the that Harmony. forty-on- e betwo weeks , Frockenbeck and his colleague production of the issue. And sufficient to weatherboard the began, J. W Young, Judge; Leslie Judge; Charlie Mitchum, left their host before midnight, yet that issue means a tremen beRocky Mountains, and to place a fore Spanish American war W. Burbridge, Sheriff. when they Clerk; J drew out their watches, stood dous concentration of thought plank floor over the entire Miss- gan, and sixty-foGlenville. issippi Valley. The forests of called for volunteers. AccordK. Taylor, Judge; George E. Powell, underneath a lantern os the Ho- and energy and perseverance on Adair county contain, on an av- ing to family chronology, I was Judge; Bob Taylor, Clerk; G. B Col- tel du Reservoir, and waited. the part of both the editor and on 8th of June, 1916; lins, Sheriff. First there was a cannon shot his entire force of employees. erage, the largest trees I ever fifty-nin- e White Oak. but if situation becomes tense I from the German lines; then a The work thus represented on an saw, and especially does this ap John Blair, Judge; Irvin Blair, shall call in the oldest inhabit- Judge; W. G. Roy, Clerk; R. B. stillness. Then followed the issue of this paper, for instance, ply to beech timber. In the Bogard, Missouri, and Reeves, Sheriff Holiday woods, near where Tobe ant of last reply from Mont Valerien. costs the reader less than two Little Cake. seventy-fivThe tower clock at Versailles cents. Would you like to fill the and Young Hurt live, and near prove that I am at least Alonzo Neat, Judge; Junius Holt, I have served notice on Judge; I. Cassius Breeding, Clerk; struck 12; the war had ended. Tabor Church; as well as near editor's shoes for a week, or a month, or permanently? Would Green River, on the pike, a man people to quit calling me colonel. J. J. Watson, Sheriff. Just the Thing for Diarrhoea. you Pellyton. consider that the labor thus can see beeches worth mention. I am a dandy colonel in times of J. P. Coffey, Judge; Zach Sanders, 'About two years ago I had a se- involved had met with just com r. peace, and try to pose as a A striking feature of these Judge; Oscar Sinclair, Clerk: Welby vere attack of diarrhoea which lasted When the Shelby mil- Ellis, Sheriff. over a week," writes W. C Jones, pensation? smooth trees, is the fact that Buford, K D. '! became so weak Roley. itary company takes a summer they perpetuate local history. Liniment Go Emmett Goode. Judge; W. II Per that I could not stand upright. A Should Sloan's On several of them I found outing I enjoy going to seashore, kins, Judge; Jake Chelf, Clerk; J XT. druggist recommended Chamberlain's Along? Colic, Chclera and Diarrhoea Remedy. names carved with pocket knives and will not notice a man unless Barr, Sheriff. The first dose relieved me and within Of course it should! For after a Cane Valley. from forty to fifty years ago, and he calls me colonel. two days I was as well as ever." Many strenuous day when your muscles have I see that Col. Roosevelt William Biggs, Judge; W. C. Smith, druggists recommend this remedy besome of them my own handJudge; D. O Eubank, Clerk; William cause they know that it is reliable. heen exercised to the limit an applicaiwork. On one of them appears threatens to wipe Mexico off the Kelley, Sheriff tion of Sloan's Liniment will take the Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Adv. soreness and stiffness away and get map, and calls President Wilson the legend: "James Logan, July Egypt. you in fine shape for the morrow. an old granny. I can make war Ilorace Murrell, Judge; Ambrose Learn a Little Every Day. 4th, 1812." Can that be the You should also use it for a sudden at tack of toothache, stiff neck, backgiddy youngster from Illinois? speeches of a very lurid complex- Burton, Judge: Bob Cooley, Clerk; W. P. Dillingham, Sheriff. ache, stings, bites and the many acciIf so does he mean B C, or A. ion, and could have criticised There are 1,000 kinds of mos dents that are incidental to a vacaSouth Columbia. In Missouri all auc D.? There is a tradition that a Napoleontion. "We would as soon leave our quitos. S. Ray Conover, Judge; J. C. Dobaggage as go on a vacation or camp ana in honey, Judge; very old man of that name, went tioneers are colonels, Junius Hancock, Clerk; There are 56,000 seeds in a out without Sloan's Liniment;" off with the Indians at the close North Carolina it applies to pol W. A. Garnett, Sheriff. Writes one vacationist: "We use it bushel of wheat. for everything from cramps to toothBrit- iticians, editors, and briefless of second war with Great Toads live about fifteen years ache." Put a bottle in your bag, be Liver Trouble. ain, but that would mean a much lawyers, All singing teachers, prepared and have no regrets At "I am bothered with liver trouble on the average. younger man than the one who chambermaids of livery stables, Ad Paull drug Co twice a year," writes Joe of the world's diet cauffeur and slight of hand about Webster City, Iowa. "I have found files of a paper not in exconsists of vegetables. Gen. Trevino, commander of istence in 1865. The first issue adepts are prof es sors. All mong- pains in my side and back and an awful soreness in my stomach. I heard Sheep are used as beasts of the Carranza troops in Northern of Columbia Spectator appeared ers of patent medicines, specta- of Chamberlain's Tablets and trid Mexico, has been removed from about 1869, when I was twelve cle pedlers, bird dog trainers and them By the time I had used half a burden in northern India. Night work in bakeries is now command and has been succeedyears of age. George Kendall, organ grinders, are professors. bottle of them I was feeling fine and had no signs of pain." Obtainable at ed by Cen. Herrera. prohibited in Spaic. Rev. W. K. Azbil, Jones & Mur-rel- l, If he sells a remedy for corns, Paull Drug Co. Adv. No other plant gives such a etc., edited at different puts rings in the noses of hogs, The Senate by a unanimous knows how to cure scratches on Milltown. quantity of food to the acre as vote confirmed the appointment times, and Sydney Smith inaugu rated The Farmer's Journal a horse, he decorates himself the banana. John H. Clarke, of Cleveland, with the title of a doctor. Crops of all kinds are looking The total number of saving about 1873. It had a rather for the Supreme bench to fill the Melvin L. White. transient existence, and doubtfine. banks in the United States in vacancy caused by the resignaless was wafted to the wilds of tion of Charles E. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hindman, 1914 was 2,000. The Best Laxative. Illinois. The average wealth of the U. To keep the bowels regular the best Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Townsend During a preparedness parade Ffteen or sixteen years ago I laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a visited at C. A. Thomas' last S., per capita has increased from in San Francisco Saturday a first learned of News under its full glass of water half an hour before $500 to $1,500. and eat an abundance bomb, concealed in a suit case, present management, and have breakfast vegetables, lalso establish of Sunday. a fruit and In India, the presence of pea- exploded, killing four people and Mr. Vester Murrell is cutting been to Kentucky three times regular habit and be sure that your cock denotes that there are tigers injuring 44 more. It is supbowels move once each day. When a the oak since and met the editor in his medicine is needed .timber on the Thomas take Chamberlain's in the vicinity. posed to have been the work of lair. Tablets. They are pleasant to take farm. effect. Obcoun- anarchists, but the police are at One sad reflection is, that and mild and gentle inCo. The carpenters are almost The orange crop of this Adv. tainable at Paull .Drug. to the culprits. days are rapfriends of through building A. M. Mercer's try started from a few slips sent sea as idly taking up claims in the unlamp Meeting. dwelling, and when completed from Brazil by a missionary. T. H. Trigg, former Sheriff of discovered country. Perhaps I will be one of the finest houses The United States is the great-eBarren county, was found dead The Camp meeting to be held in Mr here. do not use the word friends adwool consuming country A. W. Paxton's woods miles in his room in Glasgow. visedly; for no man has many from Columbia, on the three Gradyville J. K. Brockman has one of the while Great Britain' is the greatrealrf rienda.v But I class all ac- road, will begin Sunday night, Sept.,. earliest tobacco patches in the est wool manufacturing country. be the quaintances as friends who give 3d. Rev. Perry L. Wolf will Rolling-burg- , community. He has topped evangelist. W. E. Hood from If Cure for Cholera Morbus. me the rights of a belligerent. will have charge of the singing. acres. "When our little boy, now seven I see that an old school mate, Every body is invited. W. years old, was a baby he was cured of A. Paxton, The people here are in good ? Flood Jeffries, has crossed with cholera morbus by Chamberlain's ColJ. E. Miller, spirits over the prospects of get- ic, Cholera and Diaarhoea Remedy," OF M. M. Hood, the boatman pale, as has William writes Mrs. Sidney Simmons, Fair POULTRY CURE I0URB0N ting a railroad. J. A. Whited, Stbtts. Flood lived at Moberly, Haven, N. Y. "Since then other memCommittee. fa the drlnkfns vrater Mo., and while near him in that The social given by Mr. and bers of my family have used this valMikis Heis Lay Amazingly Cures Roup, Cold3, Cholera, state, it was not my privilege to J. Whitcomb Roley, the bril- Mrs. R. W, Shirley, last Satur- uable medicine for colic and bowelI LImberneck Prevents Sicktroubles with good satisfaction and ness. One 50c bottle makes 12 and beloved Hoosier poet, day night, was largely attended gladly endorse it as a remedy of exvisit him. As a boy he was of liant gallons of medicine. At Valugenial, sunny disposition, and died Saturday at his home in and those present were highly ceptional merit.1' Obtainable at able poultry book free. 4 Adv. Drug Co. Paull WHfldH KM0T CIJJriagtN, . entertained. while tried in affliction's furnace, "To-night Rossn-baum- ur e. drill-maste- - Ding-ma- n, One-four- th by-go- ne st -- zzmS$lm FEW DROPS t -- the adair;countynews Tb be Sick? sick-Perha- OES IT Russian Proverbs. Kentucky Fair Dates. Italy Accusing Germany. Dirigo, ' The cynical humor of the RusLet's forget about all the disagreeable sian is admirably illustrated in and painful part of sickness, and ask ourtheir proverbs. Here are some: selves if it PAYS to be only HALF sick you are A fool shoots; God guides the maybe you are dragging yourself around, with a "dead tired" feeling. Perhaps you bullet. d wake up in the morning with a tongue, a bad taste in your mouth, If you are not caught you are and hardly any appetite. Quite likely you are bilious. Maybe you have dull no theif. aches and pains, CONSTIPATION, headspeaks truth When money aches. You go about your daily duties. You keeps silence. tell yourself you will feel better comes you feel just but when The spoken word can not be about the same. You try this and that heavily-coate- G. A. Bradshaw, Montpelier, A strong demand has arisen in "The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky the press and among the public and W. B. Yates, Fairplay, were Fairs for 1916 as far as reported of Italy for cancellation of the here a day or so last week buyOfficers of fairs agreement between 'Italy and ing sheep. Mr. Bradshaw bought to this office. are requested to report to us any Germany, whereby the rights of a number of sheep from various citizens of each country within parties at from $5.00 to $10.00 omissions or corrections. remedy, without getting real relief. Or if you get some relief, it doesn't LAST! You soon feel just as bad as you did before. DOES IT PAY to let yourself stay in condition? Think of all the this half-sic- k ENJOYMENT of life you are missing! You can't enjoy your food, or the society of your family and friends. You cant enjoy anything as you should, because your senses are dulled and your brain oppressed by the effects of a SLUGGISH swallowed. Dogs bark and the wind car- ries it away. It is a stupid mouse that knows only one hole. LIVER. Say, friend, does it PAY you to lug around that sluggish liver when you can promptly make ft ACTIVE and so get rid of all those depressing, disagreeable symptoms by letting DR. THACHER'S take hold and give your Liver the help it Don't delay. Don't procrastinate. Don t Get a bottle of say "I'll do it and PROVEN remedy this time-trie- d right now. The four bits you pay for lfc will be one of the BEST INVESTMENTS YOU EVER MADE. LTHACHER MEDICINE COMPANY, Chattanoofta, Tennessee. - Liver and Blood Syrup needs? For Sale By Page & Hamilton. Wise or Otherwis. It is to laugh when fortune smiles. When a man falls he never seems to hit the bottom. The chap who is buried in 'oblivion is also a dead one. Kisses are the coupons clipped Hot Weathes Rules for Horses. from the bonds of love. However, there are many fair 1. Load lightly and drive slow singers who are not blonds. Ready money is seldom ready ly. 2. Stop in the shade if possible. when you want to borrow some. 3. Water your horses as often An oculist cannot remedy the shortsightedness of a selfish as possible. So long as a horse is working, water in small quaniran. He is an exceptional man who tities will not hurt him. But let knows more than he thinks he him drink only a few swallows, if he is going to stand still. knows. Don't forget to water him at Few people to whom you are night after he has eaten his hay. introduced really care to know 4. When he comes in after you. Many a man of small ' caliber work, sponge off the harness thinks he's a big gun when he marks and sweat, his eyes, his hose and mouth and the dock. is loaded. Wash his feet but not his legs. It's the iron grip of poverty 5. If the thermometer is 75 de- that make a man's clothes look grees or nigner, wipe mm an rusty. over with a damp sponge. Do Just about the time a man suc- not turn the hose on him. ceeds in developing a theory it explodes. . buttons on your neighbor's mouth. It is a bad soldier that does not aspire to be a general. A woman laughs when she can and cries when she wishes. Where God builds a church there the devil has his chapel. The greatest king must at last be put to bed with a shovel. The czar is generous, but his generosity aasses through the ministerial sieve. If you go to war, if you go on a sea journey, pray twice; out pray three times when you are going to be married. Even in hell the peasant will have to serve the landlord, for, while the latter is boiling in a cauldron, the former will have to put the wood under it. You cannot sew the other's domain were to be respected. of the Violation agreement by the Germans is alleged in Rome. The situation is such that the relations between the two nations have reached a greater tension than at any time since the war begun. No state of war exists between Germany and Italy and the agreement negotiated by Prince Von Buelow still is in force. Italy, according to official opinion, has faithfully observed the agreement, refraining from touching German property and freely all owing subjects of the German empire to reside there. On the other hand, Germany is accused, unofficially, of violating the agreement in depriving Italians in Germany of their libdays. Columbia, August 154 erty of action, preventing ItalFrankfort, August 29 4 days. ians of military age residing in Bardstown, August 294 days. Belgium from leaving the counNicholasville, August 293 try, suspending payments due days. Italians and treating them as Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville subjects of a hostile power. AcAugust 29 5 days. cordingly a demand is now being August 293 voiced for abrogation of the Elizabethtown, days. agreement. Barboursville, August 303 days. Short Stops. days. Taylorsville. August days. Henderson, August days. Danville, August days. Berea, August Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, days. August days. Uniontown, August Fern Creek Fair, Buechel, August 9 4 days. days. Mt. Vernon, August days. Burkesville.fAugust days. Perryville.f August Lawrenceburg, AugUBt 154 days. Shepherdsville, August 154 days. Broadhead, August 164 days. Owensboro, August 155 days. Fair, Sanders, August 16 4 days. Ewing, August 173 days. Knights of Pythias Fair, Stanford, August 233 days. 14 15 23 23 per head. Gilliam H. Fields has been ap- 76 35 93 94 93 Tri-Coun- ty pointed postmaster at Picnic He will doubtless assume the duties of the office about August 1st. R. L. Campbell attended Circuit Court at Burkesville last week. A protracted meeting is in progress at Hogard's Chapel, near here, conducted by Revs. Vance and Lee. Quite a number of conversions have already been reported and much interest is being manifested. Ace Pelston and family have returned from a two weeks visit to Mrs. Pelston's parents at Bliss, and while there Mr. Pel- 6. Saturday night, give a bran mash, lukewarm; and add a of saltpetre. 7. Do not use a horse hat, unless it is a canopy-to- p hat. The d ordinary hat does more harm than good. bell-shape- A man may boast of his an- cestors because he has nothing to look forward to. It is easier to acquire a reputation for greatness than it is to make good. One of the ambitions of the 8. A sponge on top of the head average man is to do those he or even a dry cloth if kept wet. has been done by. If dry it is worse than nothing. Lovers Reunited by War. Many a woman who doesn't know her own mind gives her A remarkable man is one. who does a remarkable thing and ILLUSTRATED.. doesn't talk about it. The man who makes light of other people's troubles usually swears at his own. Large hopes from small ideas grow. I WORLD rr The Most Interesting Magazine Published. Timely Articles with Over 200 Striking Pictures in SO Many a woman has a fine carriage who never owned a horse. 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For sale by all newsdealers. 15c. a copy, $1.50 a year. Write today for a free sample copy. Be Mure to mention Address: this advertisement. It brings before you the vhcl an officer of an interned German vessel lying at New Orleans, has just married Miss Albertine Dehner, a girl of Steelton, Pa., for whom he had been searching 14 years. Voskuhl met the girl of his dreams when she was 18 and he was a petty officer on a liner plying between Germany and the United States. The girl, whose mother had died, was on the way to Steelton to live with her uncle, Otto Dehner, a brewer. The boy and girl became engaged, but the stern old German uncle refused to countenance the match and wheu his niece insisted that she would wed Voskuhl, he sent her to other relatives in Germany and refused to give the young officer her address. Believing Miss Dehner's love affair dead, the uncle sent for g her again and she has been with him for ten years. Recently she saw her lover's name and wrote to him. The wedding Tobias Boskuhl, vi-in- husband pieces of it. Nothing is gained by abusing those whose opinions differ from your own. Money you bet on the mare doesn't always push her under the wire first. Don't be in a hurry to accept a bald head as an official badge of wisdom. You can soon fill your purse by adding a little more than you take out. Many a man who thinks he's brilliant is not even ordinarily ston cul a number of meadows for different parties. J. C. Wooten and family, of Sparksville, visited Mr. Wooten's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Wooten, at this place last Sunday. G. C. McKinney sold fourteen acres of land to Mrs. Martha A. Stotts and sons for $175, possession to be given January 1st. The wheat of this section has been threshed during the past few days and the yield is much better than was expected. Marion Janes, an soldier, who resides with his son, Lafe Janes, near here, has been very sick for the past few days. J. G. Campbell, of this place, has been employed by the contractor, W. R. Royse, formerly of Breeding, to carry the United States mails from Glasgow to Edmonton. He is now on duty and will doubtless remove his family to Glasgow within the next few weeks. G. C. McKinney bought a cow and calf from T. R. Furkin for $50.00 and a calf from Arthur ex-Fede- ral Royse for $25.00. A little child of Mr. and Mrs, Eulus Marlow has been very sick for the past few days. All the soft drink stands in Middlesboro were raided by police and whiskey and beer siezed bright. in each of them. followed. The Kentucky brigade at Ft. People will have a good opinThomas will not be sent to the ion of you if you agree with border unless it is recruited up to them. the full quota of men. If a girl in love becomes thin ner it is a case of loved and Estill county is now producing over 5,000 barrels of oil a day and lost." pipe line is inadequate to carIt takes a spinster to give the ry the supply. motherly advice to a young Former United States Senator mother. Colorado, Better not try it on the dog Thomas Patterson, of Sunday leaving an estate unless you are sure of your dog. died estimated at several million. Most people are too polite to Special Offer. speak the truth on all occasions. ILLUSTRATED WORLD 5800 Dreacel Ave.. Chicago, 111. s John D. Rockefeller's estate is now estimated at one billion dollars according to recent figures given out which makes him the richest man in the world. In Harrison county seven men at a threshing machine were knocked down by a bolt of lightning and several of them were one year for $3.25. The map itself is worth $1.50, but by accepting this ofunconscious for some time. fer jou get it fcr almost nothing. For a shore time will furnish the daily Evening Post, Louisville, Home and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War map and the Adair County News, al) THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA FAIR. AUG. FOUR DAYS .T Y' - 1 5 Some of Kentucky's Best Stock will be on Exhibition. $ A LOUISVILLE BAND THE ADAIR WILL FURNISH ENCHANTING MUSIC. Institute Resolutions. COUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE ATTENTION, VOTERS! drxjstb: Be it resolved that we, the teachers of Adair county in institute assembled: 1st. We commend our worthy Super- Company To Tee Republicans of Adair County: The Primary Election to nominate a Republican candidate for ( Incorporated.) Congress in this the Eighth Congressional District, will be held OH AS. S. HARRIS. Editor. Saturday, August the 5th. We have two candidates in this district for the nomination, to wit: Hon. L. T. Neat, of Adair county, Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest and Hon. R. L. Davidson, of Lincoln county. Lincoln county will cl the City of Columbia and the people of Adair doubtless poll a full vote and it's important that the Republicans and adjoining counties. of Adair get out on that day and cast their vote for the candidate This is a golden opportunity for the Republicans as second of their choice. Entered at the Columbia of this district to elect a Representative. Don't fail to get to the class mail matter. polls and exercise your right of suffrage. This is the year we are SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $1.00 PER YEAR going to win, and it would be a source of pride to all of us to have a man from Adair represent us m this district. Our candidate is 1916 strong in the upper end of the district. Lets show our appreciWED. AUG. 2, ation of his services in Adair. Let every, Republican in Adair i make it his special business from now until August the 5th to see DEMOCRATIC TICKET that a full vote is polled. : SAM LEWIS, For President. Chairman Republican Committee, Adair, County Ky. Adair County News Post-offi- ce . intendent, Tobias Huffaker, for the excellent manner in which he has conducted the school affairs of this county, and the wisdom displayed in securing the able service of Dr. E C. as Instructor. 2nd. That we extend our thanks to Prof. Eamey for the most excellent music which has added much interest to our Institute. 3rd. That we highly appreciate the work of Prof. E. E. Moss, of this place, and Prof. Harris, of Winchester, Ky., For contributing to the success of the Mc-Doug- Coco - Cola In Bottle le Cool and Refreshing Call For It By Full Name And Avoid Institute. 4th. That we indorse the efficient work of our county High School, and Training School, the Lindsey-Wilso- n also our State institutions. 5th. That we invite every citizen to with us in our effort to te WOODEOW WILSON, of New Jersey. For Vice President. THOMAS E. MARSHALL, of Indiana. To The Voters of Adair County: -I-have Announcements. FOE CONGEESS. We are authorized to announce that CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY, of Casey County, is a candi- I am, as you know, a candidate for the Republican nomination Campbellsville, just completed a for Congress, in this, the 8th district. tour of the upper end of the district and can say to you that if ky; nominated, I have every reason to believe I will be your next Representative in Congress. I am going to be nominated, but am For Sale. anxious to have a strong endorsement from my own people. Don't fail to go to the polls on August the 5th and take your friends One four year old Brown Shetland structor. with you. I shall always remain. pony, good looker and perfectly gentle. 12th. That a copy of these resoluYour grateful and obedient servant, dollars ($65) if sold at tions be published in the Adair Coun- Price sixty-fivL. T. NEAT. ty News and the Southern School once. Jno. Hugh Smith, e banish illiteracy from Adair county. 6th. That the teachers of Adair county endeavor to raise the per cent., of attendance from the low average of forty-fou- r to sixty. 7th. That we recommend that all teachers read the Kentucky Eeading Circle books. 8th That we insist that the County Board of Education purchase more suitable playground as sites for the location of new school houses. 9th. That we do not approve of the seven months term of school, but believe the term should be six months until the per capita is sufficient to have at least an eight months term. 10th That we extend our thanks to Dr. E. C. McDougle for his most efficient service' and desire our Superintendent to employ him as our next in- Substitutes. Demand the Genuine Coca-Co- la Bottling Works date to represent the Eighth District in the next Congress, subject to the Democratic primary tobe held August?. 1916. Journal. House will feel We are authorized to announce HARVBY HELM, of Lincoln county, a Democratic candifor Congress from the date for Eighth district, subject to the August primary. appreciated. we can show our appreciation. that his work is It is the only way Additional Locals. Land For Sale. acres of timbered land, this side of old Neatsville, on Stanford road. Will sell at a bargain. Will give time, note required. J. M. Howell, '39-t- f Greensburg, Ky. 150 NoahLoy;? Committee. SamE. Duval), John A. Jones, Campbellsville, Ky. For Sale. It is given out that the Republicans will make their principal attack on President Wilson's Mexican policy. But they will strike a snag and gnaw a file. As Secretary of the Interior Lane says that policy is one of the things of which as a member of the Administration he is most proud. It is the policy of hope and of helpfulness and time will prove its correctness. The president has averted war with honor and credit, and that alone is sufficient to make a grateful constituency rally to his support as it will. The ReDublicans are f welcome to all they can get out of their assailment of the efforts of a man, who does not believe in engulphing the country in war until every peaceful solution has failed. Every man who wants Wood-roWilson to continue the great work for the country and humanity that he is doing should show his hand by participating in the primary on the 5th of August. The larger the number the mora the consecrated man in the White w Great preparations are being made for the Democratic gathering at Winchester Saturday, September 9. An invitation is extended to voters all over the State and a warm welcome is assured. President Wilson may be present, as leaders of the party are beseeching him to atop over on his return to Washington from the Lincoln Farm, Larue county. J". B. Jojcsntus I have one mile I have two horses for sale, one three years old, the other four. The latter is well broken and rides good. The first named has been broke to harness and has been ridden some. Will sell at a bargain, or will trade for cattle, sheep or hogs. 39-J. Press Miller. 3t Foxes n.NDEKTAKEK 1.75 to $2.00 Each. For Sale. ATD I3IDALMER COLUMBIA, ICY. V Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to Coons 75c to $1 each. Send them to springs, mattresses, send out in a few minutes after receiving Bedsteads, W. T. Hodgen dressers, washstands, small tables, order. No extra charge for hearse. All kinds of hall racks, chairs, zinc covered tables, Robes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co Campbellsville, Ky. Home Phone 52 A set single harness, heating stoves, wgmmmmammammmmmi couches, and sofas, at the Hancock frame Hotel. We have always demonstrated to the readers of the J. Hancock. The passing of Whitcomb Ri 39-3- t. ley, whose death occurred at In- dianapolis, last week, removes from the State of Indiana, its One pair of five year old mules, 16 hands, weight 1200 lbs each. Extra most gifted son. His poems good ones, free of blemishes. have been read in every State in One pair of two year old mules, 16 hands, weight 1000 lbs. each. Well the United States and all over broke. Sound. Europe. He was a favorite of Fred Sandmyers, Liberty, Ky. Mules For Sale. Adair County News that we compete most successfully with the offerings of any catalogue house. Indeed in most instances our qualities are far superior and have cost no more that the inferior kind. Our store is known as the representative Carpet and Rug House c the literary fraternity, his writ- 39-- 3t ings bringing sunshine to every home, and his passing has made the world poorer. For Sale. My home in Columbia, near the n School. An house, good well at kitchen door, lot under good fence, fine garden and all Tjindsey-Wilsolea-sonabl- 0. 1.C. Pigs. I have 2 males and 4 females, as good as you ever saw for their age. This is your chance to get the best at a moderate price. J. L. Walker, Columbia,. Ky. 39-2- Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spacious salesrooms have always expressed themselves most favorably about our stocks'and prices. The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of Good Linoleum t Good Reading. with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. Dr. J. T. Jones will send his book of 90 pieces in Prose and Verse, by mail, necessary outbuildings. Terms anyone sending him a Postal Money For particulars write or call to Order for 25 cents to Glensfork, Ky. Box 173. E. L. Feese, on me They are on sale at The News office Columbia, Ky. J also. e. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, 522 &524W. Market incorporated. St., Louisville, Ky. . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT. General Fund and Road Fund. At the regular October term of the Adair Fiscal Court-- , 1915, I, A. H. Ballard, was appointed by said Court as its Commissioner to settle with S. H "Mitchell, Sheriff of Adair County, Ky , his accounts of the collections and disbursements of the General Fund and the Road Fund of said County. mMimidltiai Ofor wSt KOAD FUND -- -6 mmmmmiwwnnmwmmr N. M. DEBITS. GENERAL FUND liiifiiL tn&jagmr- m - string Instruments, brass Instruments, theory, harmony, composition, teacher's training, public school music, dramatic art and painting, affords rare advantages to the music student. Degrees conferred. Positions guaranteed. Terms and board reasonable. Summer term begins June 12. Fan term September 11. write for catalogue. J LexiBgUa Celine ! Mine In tho atmosphere of onlturo Lexington. and In ideal surroundings. Ky., is the seat of culture, the university city the city of Ideal environs that are an incentive to the highest idealism. So situated, the Lexington College of Music with its faculty of distinguished instructors In voice, piano, Tiolln and other Stdy music Tutt G. R. Reed SSSSSSi ' To a valorem tax on $2 694 985 $6 737 46 -- 25 83 To ad valorem tax,on810331 listed by County Clerk iisterd by the Assessor' 5 467$0.' To 3645 polls ' "28 50 To 19 polls listed by the County Clerk To Franchise tax, Cumberland Telephone & Tele- 93 gragh Co., Franchise 8374 To Franchise tax. First National Bank Franchise - 737 46 25 83 ' -- - i 5 Birdseve i ' ve rr of our Plant 93 97 83 35 78 130 S3 31 27 6 14 39 130 97 83 To Franchise tax, Farmers Bank Franchise 314 312 To Franchise tax, Bank of Columbia Franchise S52 332 35 78 130 S3 31 27 6 14 TUTT & REED REAL ESTATE DEALERS I To Franchise tax, Gradyville State Bank Franchise 812 509 To Franchise tax, Columbia Telephone Co , Fran' chise S2.455 Columbia Lighting Co., Fran- To Franchise tax, chise 81 800 To 6 per cent on $2,000 uncollected taxes December 1st 1915; 10-1- 3 Offer the following Property Sale: 140 for - 4 50 46 15 $ 12 612 72 4 50 46 15 7 116 72 1 CREDITS, GENERAL FUND. To 3352 polls 676 00 receipt dated September 1st 1915, Treasurer By receipt dated October 11, 1915 Treasurer By receipt dated November 2nd 1915 Treasurer By receiptldated January 1st 1916 Treasurer By receipt dated February 3rd 1916, Treasurer By receiptjdated March 8th 1916, Treasurer. , By ad valorem tax on $17 051 By " 8 1 To Franchise tax on Cumberland Telephone and Tel478 n egraph Co. Franchise 374 To Franchise tax on Farm045 49 ers Bank- Franchise 2 814-31- FARM LAND acres of good lime 'stone land. well watered, good dwelling and oct buildings on public road, and in a good? neighborhood. Price S4,200.00, one-h- alf cash, the balance on easy terms This farm lies six miles S. E. of Columbia, Ky. TIMBER LAND acres timer land (white oak timber cut off). Price for timber $500,-lan- d 8500. Can sell timber without" land if purchaser wants it. Lies & miles east of Columbiaj Ky. 50 56 2 2G6 5 901 CO 21 47 ''Largest in Dixie." To Franchise tax on Grady87 ville State Bank Franchise $12 509 18 76 V. ). Hughes & Sons Co. Incoipo rated 529 47 To per cent., penalty on 82 000 tax uncollected Dec. 6 3 , 478 42 1st, 1915 to School Fund 27 70 released r By 51 polls released By Commission 10 per cent and 4 per cent By Commission for collecting School Tax By cash paid Commissioner for settlement CREDITS. ROAD FUND. To ad valorem tax on 89 251 listed by County Clerk 42 63 76 50 To 18 polls listed by County - Clerk Louisville, Kentucky. Mouldings. Columns, Windows, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog 'l3 88 9 00 85 045 32 WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, FARM acies of lime stone land, good dwelling and outbuildings, well watered and very desirable place for a home-Li- es 4 miles N. W. of Columbia, Ky.., on public road. " Price $4,500. 159 799 74 CREDITS 200 57 By receipt dated September 1st 1915 25 00 By receipt dated October 1st 1915 8197 57 439 99 4 254 30 1st 1916 Treasurer released n 53 By receipt dated February By 39 poll released 19 50 3rd 1916 Treasurer 262 01 $4 786 93 By receipt dated March 8th Total Debits 85 045 32 1916, Treasurer 19 95 Total Credits 4 786 93 By ad valorem tax on $17 051 released 42 63 Balance due by Sheriff $258 39 X By 4 per cent.commission for The Commissioner finds and so recollecting 28467 ports that-S.H- . Mitchell, Sheriff of Adajr county, Ky., is indebted to said $7 287 76 county for the School Fund the sum GENERAL FUND. of $258.39 subject however, to the delinquent taxes and releases allowed by 812 612 72 Total Debits j the County Court after the date of 11 844 40 Total Credits By receipt dated November 2nd 1915 1 040 43 By receipt dated September By receipt dated December 1st, 1915, Treasurer 23rd 1915 8 287 61 2 652 63 By receipt dated October 1st By receipt dated Februauy 1915, Treasurer C02 99 1st 1916 252 85 By receipt dated November By receipt dated March 8th 1 423 60 2nd, 1915, Treasurer 1916 172 43 By receipt dated January By ad valorem tax on 87 687 $11 844 40 t$xfc$ T $$&&&Q&$$ FARM acres located 4$ miles N. W--. CoI lumbia, Ky., Good dwelling, two good' barns and other outbuildings, weJ watered, in good state of cultivation about 20 acres in timber, all good lanc3 and a desirable home. Price 4,500. 15(5 Russell Creek BAPTIST ACADEMY Campbellsville, Ky. -- TOWN PROPERTY Nine room two story dwelling and? of the best resilot, situated dence streets in Columbia, near barn and out buildings. A very desirable home. A bargain-Pri- ce on application. on-on- e the-squar- e, this settlement. 763 32 8 ROAD FUND. Total Debits Total Credits S7 116 72 7 287 76 71 04-Th- e A H. Ballard, Commissioner. Adair Fiscal Court. April 3rd. 1916. date of this settlement. Commissioner finds and so reports that S. H. Mitchell, Sheriff of Adair County, Ky., is indebted to said County for the General Fund the sum of $768 32 subject, however, to the delinquent taxes and releases allowed by the County Court after the The Commissioner finds and so re ports that S. H. Mitchell, Sheriff of Adair County, Ky., has overpaid the Eoad Fund in the sum of $171 04 and that said amount is due him from the Road Fund, together with whatever taxes and releases the County Court may allow after the date of this set- $Se$x$ $$444$.043 4X$Smm44$ 3 115 Acres of good land in a good' neighborhood, good buildings on public road, about 8 miles south of Columbia. Price $1,600. (Bargain) Strong Faculty of twelve Teachers. Good boarding for 40 Acres lime stone land, very good' both Boys and Girls, at $11.00 per month. Tuition Cheap. buildings, desirable place to- live, 4 m'iles south, of'Columbia. PriceSl,60O No Incidental Fees.- - BibleJaught by special teacher House and in every grade every day. "High class Normal ;x rooms, good Lot: House with six out buildings, good water School throughout the year. Industrial farm, and and just out oft town limits Price 8850 Applied Agriculture. For Catalogue'and particulars write House with 9 rooms just out of town,, two, shops, all buildings good, corapar-tive- ly new. Price Sl,900. A. R. ABERNATHY, President, Farm: 50 acres on "White Oak creek Campbellsville, Ky. 1 miles' N. W. Plumpoint, one half timber balance in cultivation, 12 acres-i- n bottom, buildings tolerable good,, good orchard and spring. Price S700. 40 Acres of land unimproved (cneap residence) lying 3 miles N. W. of Columbia. Price SOOO.OO. other-conveniences, tt$ U " DO ' O . 30 Acres land, good new residence, 2 good springs, a good well. Price 8700.. 3 miles N, W. of Columbia. S800 for house and lot near the public square, good garden, good well, barn &c. Desirable place and is worth the money asked. tlement. A. H Ballard, Commissioner Adair Fiscal Court. SCHOOL FUND. April 3rd 1916 The Jeffries Hard ware Store gi A Due Note or Account? Want To Buy. Abont 10 acres of land near Columbia to make a home. 25 or 30 acres of land, cheap buUtf-ing- s, will give Ave or six hundred Sheriff's Settlement. At the regular October term of the Adair Fiscal Court, 1915, 1, A. H. Ballard, was appointed by said court as its Commissioner to settle with S. H. Mitchell, Sheriff of Adair County, Ky., his accounts of the collections and disbursements of the Common School tax of said county . DEBITS To Advalorem tax on $2 185l300 83 277 95 July 1st is Pay Day for Fertilizer and Tillage Machinery. Do your duty and don't wait for a Statement. COHUiMBlA, KY. 4f444 iiii MMitwiiiiauiuimumimmi THE ADAIRf.COUNTY NEWS Ceiidence Phone 13 B Business Phoe IS P What isfNeeded on the Farm. DR. A house which is adequate to the needs of the family and DENTIST equal to any house in the Office, Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g asja home, if not a house. up Mans. A barn that looks pretty good - Kentucky to the neighbors who pass by Columbia, and feels pretty good to the B. Stonk H. Stone J. J. stock that pass into it. A fewjshade trees that hide some ot the hot sun and hard NOW winds, but none of the beauty of SAVE com-munity J. N. MURRELL Broody hens should be to slat bottomed coops as soon .Ozark. HENRY W. DEPP, $20.00 the place. $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma $75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand Course, Time Unlimited, if you enroll on or before November 1st. Write today for catalog and $20. discount coupon No. 32. Address, H. O. KEELING, Pres. Bryant & Stratton Business College Louisville, Ky. TIN WORK. prepared to do any kind of Tin Work, Hoofing, Guttering, &c. I I am make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized A mail box that is seldom Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call empty when the carrier comes at my shop if you need anythin6in my around and is never empty when A cow that is worth her weight in butter and is not for sale. A bunch of hens which do a lot of cackling and laying and the rest of the time are scratching for themselves and their owner. A dog that will bark at strangers and sometime at the moon, and will wag his tail when the neighbor comes up the walk. A well that never runs dry, a family horse that never runs shy and a bill at the grocer's which is never allowed to run high. A garden which has something growing in it all the year round besides weeds. as discovered. Leave them there until they forget it. Clean, fresh water lessens disease. Filthy drinking water is the source ofJmuch trouble. Clean the drinking pans frequently. If hens are lousy, rub a piece of blue ointment the size of a pea into the skin just beneath the vent and on the underside of the wings. Mites are sure to accumulate if the droppings are not removed every week, and the roosts all sprayed with kerosene emulsion or disinfectants. After the grass gets tough chicks can catch more bugs and worms and will grow better on loose soil. The corn field furnishes ideal conditions. Home Hints. Wheat is being threshed, and DENTIST the yield is fairly good. Oats Am Ipermanently located in Co and grass are good, and we have Iumbia. prospect for corn. If the All Classes of Dental work done. Crow a fine de and Inlay work a Specialty. season continues favorable a litAll Work Guaranteed tle longer there will be an abunOffice over G. W. (Lowe's dance of corn made. Shoe Store Bro. Wagoner filled his regular appointment at Clear Spring, Sunday. On Monday night after the 3rd Sunday in August, he A SplendidJ will begin a series of meetings Clubbing Bargain at this place. We expect a good We Offer meeting, as Bro. Wagoner is a he Adair CountyNews good preacher and pleasant genand tleman. Mrs. Nathan Murrell and The Cincinnati daughters, Emma and Irene, Mr. Weekly Enquirer Anderson Murrell, Mr. Solomon McKinley, Miss Addie McKinley Both One Year and Master Lone Willis took dinFor Only ner with Mr. and Mrs. Ruth BrySubscription may be ant last Sunday. r $1.35 Blair, wife and Pearl tapioca makes a delicate children and Mrs. Ellen Blair, and excellent thickening for spent Sunday at the'tiome of Mr. soups. S. McKinley. A dessert to be successful Born to the wife of Felix Mcmust be attractive to the eye. Kinley, July boy. Mr. William new or renewal What the Weekiy Enquirer is 8th, a Jine or repair work in tin or sheet iron. he leaves. An orchard that will bear all Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. kinds of fruit and any kind of inspection. A father whose sons will lend a helping hand in solving all of DENTAL OFE1CE the problems of making the farm Dr. pay, A mother whose daughters will .DENTIST relieve her or the hard work in the house and will see that she OVER FAUIJL. DRUG CO. takesja vacation once in a while. Columbia, Ky. A daughter whose mother sees OFFICE! PHOH1 RES PHONE SO. her in the kitchen oftener than in the parlor. A growing boy of whom it may WELL DRILLER be said that he is putting the arm into his dad's farm. I will drill wells in Adair and Some good farm tools to do good farm rules adjoining counties. See me be with and some to go by. imfore contracting. Latest Some cats and very few mice. proved machinery of all kinds. Some flowers; yea many of Pump Repairing Done. Give them. S..E. Bridgwaters, James Triplet) Prunes' hidden in a meringe, the meringe browned in the oven, make a delicious dessert. After scrubbing thoroughly, make a few slits in the skins of potatoes that are to be baked. Fasten a pincushion to the top of the sewing machine arm, and whole minutes will be saved. Add a pinch of borax to the rinsing water of handkerchiefs, if you would have them a little stiff. Mr. Jesse Bryant sold to Pink Dunbar, a nice bunch of sheep me a Call. Hints for Poultry Raisers. C. YATES Sour milk is valuable in any ration, says H. L. Kempster, of the Missouri College of Agriculture. t Cleanjup the incubator, remove the lamp, and throw away the wick. Soft, fresh dirt is an insurance against leg weakness in chicks. J. L. H. Jones 1 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Eye Specialist Special attention given Diseases of all Domestic Animals Office mile of town, on Jamestown road. Phone 114 G. Columbia, Ky. Add to the grain feeds with a mixture such as bran, shorts and cornmeal. Do not keep unnecessary male An extra hen eats no birds. more and may lay eggs. Whenfrange is limited spade uplthe runs or move the brood coops a short distance daily. Spoiled or decaying flesh, if eaten, will surely cause limber Stone & Attoney-At-La- w Stone, neck. IJ Burn or bury the dead. Will 'practice m this and adjourn? wounues. Jijastown, -- s Kenticky Watch for head lice on the chicks. If found, rub top of head with a small piece of lard free from salt. for 8 cents per pound. Mr. Geo. Blair had several sheep killed by dogs last Sunday The Adair County News, night. Columbia, Ky. Mr. Billie Blair and mother, Geo. Blair and wife, took dinner with Mr. H. J. Conover and wife the first Sunday. Mrs. Martha A. Bryant remains in poor health. X3GO( Mr. Albert Bryant, one of the best teachers in the county, Land Owners Attention. Why Endure toimmer Colds? opened school at this place last It isn't necessary to have a stuffed Monday with a full attendance, T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do head, running nose. To cough your Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Roy visithead off as it were. All you need do your Surveying correctly. ed Joe Wilson and wife, Gentry's is to use Dr. Be'il's Mill, last Saturday and Sunday. The soothing and healing balsams years He has thirty-thre- e Mr. R. A. Montgomery spent open the clogged air passages and in a last Sunday with Mr. T. J. Bryexperience. Charges reaghort time you get relief and start on ant and family. the road to recovery. Your nose stops sonable. Phone 74 or Mr. T. J. Bryant is the first in running, you cough less and you know you are getting better. Get a bottle, the neighborhood to have sweet write potatoes large enough for use. use as directed. Keep what is left as a cough and cold insurance. At Paull They also have plenty of old T. C. Faulkner, ones from last years crop, as Ad Drug Co. Columbia. Ky. sound and fresh as they were The Senate proposes to rush when put up last fall. Mrs. Hughes to be Adviser. the House bills in order that Mr. Lander Bryant will not beCongress may adjourn by Au- gin his school until after the ingust 20. On his trip through the Midstitute. The date for the meeting to dle West and to the Pacific coast, The centennial of St. Joseph Charles E Hughes, Republican Catholic church at Bardstown commence at Shiloh has been candidate for president, will be was celebrated with imposing changed. Bro. Montgomery Hughes, could not be here till later, so it accompanied by Mrs. services. has been decided to wait till he who is taking a keen interest in It is the opinion of the health can come to assist Bro. Daniel. her husband's campaign. On several occasions Mr. Hughes officers of New York that infanMr. John White and family has explained that his wife is tile paralysis has been success- visited relatives in Russell counhis "chief adviser." It is therefully checked. ty, recently. fore assumed that on his WestMr. W. G. McKinley and famWinchester Democrats want ern drive the candidate will conily visited relatives at this place, tinue toconsult with Mrs. Hughes the Democratic State Campaign, which is to be opened there, to recently. concerning important moves in be set so that President Wilson Mr. Kent Bryant is on the sick his fight for the presidential can be present on his way to Lin- list. chair. coln Farm. The presence of Mrs. Hughes Miss Magdalene McDowell, of on the trip will not alter the ReA strike has tied up the entire Lexington, has donated $10,000 nominee's plan to deto the care for children suffer publican street car system of Memphis. time to speech-makiing from tuberculosis and to pro- vote most of his and eschew receptions I keep on hands a full stock of vide for a suitable place to house coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep and social anairs as mucn as them. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and possible. The candidate insists two hearses. Prompt service night or Farmers in Central Kentucky that he will stick to his schedule Eesidence Phone 29, office day. are holding their wheat, expect- and deliver addresses only at phoneI08. ing to get more than $1.25 per those places where he has promJ. F. Trlptett, 1 yr ised to speak. Columbia, Ky. bushel. It Is Issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it Is one of the best home metropolitan weeklle of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Jts numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribes for the above combination right now. Call or mail Orders tc Surveyi tig Pine-Tar-Hone- y. ng 45-- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Why He is for Wilson. J J .J J J j J J J a : 2 have re ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, Ihey went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without I Black-Draught," "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Saved Girl's life J J J J J J JJ J Ray Stannard Baker, the magazine writer, gives five reasons why he is Jor supporting Wilson for the Presidency. They are good reasons, too, and are worth pondering by any voter who may be in doubt as to just what he should do in the coming election. Here are Mr. Baker's reasons: I. I am for Wilson because I well-known Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, AGENT FOR j I CHEVROLET MOTOR CARS Cuts and Specificatifns. Write for the Car Itself. to you for you to see it. it We will send BLack-DraugH- T in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- sis he has not been stampeded ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar by extremests of either type, ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, A neither by Roosevelt nor by Brygl 4H reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. an. He has acted with that imIf you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- perturbability and wisdom in the Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e midst of unparalled events, which years of splendid success proves its value. Good for JP are the true marks of the highyoung and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. & est leadership. In our difficult U"3 relationships with Germany he got what he set out to get; he got it because it was right, and while ICumb. Main 9 141 Rates maintaining the honor of the NaHnUftL,iHomc Cify 2291 tion, he kept out of war. "SAFETY FIRST" "2. I am for Wilson because he is a genuine progressive. "Progressiveism with Wilson is a faith, not a policy. The Na"In the Heart of Loui5vilI6" tion to him is a living force, not CONVENIENCES bound by prejudices, partisanTELEPHONES IN ship or theories, but moving EUROPEAN PLAN steadily forward to meet the Louisville, Ky. problems of a new time. There Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th has been years 01 talk 01 progressive legislation. Wilson welded his divided party together and Ccntef & Jefferson Streets actually placed on the statue books during the first half of his Louisville, - Kentucky. administration a remarkable body AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 and"$3.50 per day of real progressive laws. Rates $2.00 and $2.50 with with Private Bath, hot and cold water, Privi- "3. I am for Wilson because lege of Bath. , Up European Plan $I.OG and he has the new Democratic and Black-Draug- ht J 5 ft trust him. "He is the steadiest, safest, With Genuine Enthusiasm introduces to your kind consideration clearest thinking leader in pub- the Chevrolet "Baby Grand", a Five Passenger Touring Car. See lic life today. In the world cri- It and you will Want It. Want It and you will Buy It. Write for i;i 2 50-75-1.- 00 Price $750.00, Factory. Complete with Electric Starter and Electric Lights that Light. Hotel Wafkins ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODERN WILLARD HOTEL The Royal Mail, a Roadster of Wonderful Individuality. $750.00 Factory. Complete Lights and Starter. Price And the Chevrolet "Four Ninety" a Car Built for Your Needs. A Car that will take the Hills. A Comfort, a Joy, and a Delight. An Automobile. Three Speeds Forward, One Reverse. Electric AXjXj JS1.&A.XJR SOC ve Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. al relationships. "He has substituted for the A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. evil and greedy policy of 'dollar A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. diplamcy' in our relationships D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. with South or Central America a Pan- new and friendly spirit. EVERYTHING IN Americanism under him has ceased to to be a mere name and has become a living thing. I be lieve it to be his supreme ambition to make America an instrument in extending the same spirit throughout the world. "4 I am for Wilson because he has been tested in the fire of Also Ellwood and American Fence. the greatest events. I know that he is master of the situation and ha3 handled the Nation's affairs upon the whole with great wisdom, patience and courage. CO. More than any other American Incorporated he is familiar with every crook and turn of our delicate national 116 Eaat Matkef street Between Firs! and Brook relationships in this troubled Louisville, Ky. time. Why should I think for a moment of substituting for such a leader an untried man, without Soldier's Meeting. The following is the committee for experience in these great nation' the camp meeting to beiheld at J. B. al affairs; of-- whose views I am The old soldiers will hold their an Burton's store, Purdy, Ky: uncertain We know Wilson and nual meeting on August the 9th and, 10th, near Weed, Adair county. All what he has done; all we can J. B. Burton, Purdy, Ky. soldiers are especially invited to at- Rev. J. D. Burton, Purdy, Ky. know of any other leader is what tend. Rev. L. F. Payne and T. M. he says he will do. Pardue will preach both days. All John Had ley, Purdy, Ky. ministers are invited to attend. ' W. E. Foster, Purdy, Ky. "5. I am for Wilson because Local and Long Distance Telephones in all Rooms. view of internation- 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. A ROOFING Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Price $550.00 complete, Factory. Alfothe "Four-NinetRoadster $550.00 Factory. y" After long and careful consideration we believe and enthusiastically, that we have a Car that will please in every essential. The Engiee has the Power to carry the Car any where. It has the Looks, Graceful Streamliness, Comforrable and Easy Riding. We received the first car load last Saturday, we sold them out in three days. We have others. TOODSON LETVTS of American institutions. No the unknown and tempestuous series of books are superior to seas of world policies, but we his as wise commentaries upon know that with Wilson at the American Government. He understands also the American helm the Ship of State will not spirit in its contemporary ex-- only go forward on a true course t pression m pumm opinion; in but will be safely, patiently, each great crisis during the last courageously navigated." two years, when he has acted, the great mass of the American Look Good Feel Good. people have been soundly with No one can either feel nor look good him and behind him. Therefore while suffering from constipation. I trust him beyond any other Get rid of that tired, draggy, lifeless leader to meet the stormy events feeling by a treatment of Dr. King's which are before us, and to New Life Pills. Buy a box In the take one.or two pills meet them with the true Aemeri-ca- n morning that stuffed, dull feeling is spirit. We are embarked. for gone and you feel better at once. 25c Ad the first time in our history up on at PaaU DrUB Co' to-da- y, t. - J i T. G. Coffey, Chairman. Buckwheat. Rev. M. A. Albertson, Purdy. We, I believe him to possess the clear- the committee, kindly and cordially invite all ministers who preach I have plenty of it for. sale at SI. 00 the gospel, and will be welcome to per bushel. Now is the time to sow come and take part with us. The it. You can get it at Jeffries Hard-war- e meeting will begin August the 13, Store or at my farm. C S. Harris. 1916. est understanding of the true American spirit of any man now in public life. "He understands its historical origins and inspirations; his whole life has'been devoted to the study H 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS u r. ? STOMACH ILLS ENDANGER RACE '(Organ Called Hotbed of Disease by Medical Authorities. conceded by medical lf . tauthorities'that considerably over one-haof the population of the United :States is suffering from one ailment or another, and of this great number of suffering people the major portion It is generally $100,000 OF YOUR MONEY - it .. ?'. i'- victims of stomach trouble. Through many years of practical with the past ' of 'Eufbpea'n chemists at; disposal, Joseph Von Trimbach, his .the noted chemist and health authority, discovered tlie'fdrmula'now known as Tanlac. The7tigre3ients for this J Master Medicine. vyere gathered from Si'e remotest parts' pf the world. - c is purely a vegetable product and s compounded from roots, herbs, flow-'ieand barks which have been tested He tfor their therapeutic properties .010 w firmly believes he has found the solution to the grave problem, which lias bacome an important one for the present and future of our great race. as to the . ,, .That there is no question ;meritof Tanlac is demonstrated by he thousands of testimonials to the t&enefits derived from this wonderful Reconstructive tonic which are yolun-- " warily given by men and women in all walks of life and from every section. "Modern ills," the title under w'hch stomach troubles and its complications are now unusually classed, is ruining the lives of a vast army of ipeople every year. .Catarrh which begins in the head :and extends through the throat to the stomach, is the usual form in' which medical-knowledgTan-"''liars ( -- are ? Has been paid to the present Congressman from the Eithth District, in salaries and other perquisites of c -lice during the ten or so years he has held the job.' i Mr. Taxpayer - : 't&c: iH'urmii"m ?;s. of- -' r":-n. J " r- - I. :Tsi What Has He Given You in Return For it? .'. . , v. Don't you think you've paid him about as much as one officeholder deserves? Don't you think he's had the office about as long as one man should? You haven't given him a deed to it or a mortgage on it, you know; yet he appears to think you have, and that it's a serious offense for any one to oppose him. You have made him a Rich man with that $100,000 of your money. Does he want you to make hint a million aire before he lets go? Why not give a poor man with a family, a chance Now? Iet's send a man to Congress from the Old 8th who looks at big public questions as does Woodrow Wilson, and who will never desert the President and the other Democratic Congressmen from Kentucky and vote alongside of Jno. Langley. and CALEB POWERS, the two Republicans from Kentucky. on that argument. He says not to "swap'' Helm claims to be a friend of, Wilson and is trying to be horses jn the middle of the stream .stomach trouble'is contra'cte'd.JThe , , Rut you. farmers know it's a'splendid idea to swap a balky horse whenever you get a chance and now's your delicate mucous membrane lining cf balked 'when Woodrow Wilson asked hfrno vote for the stomach bpcomes coated 'from ca- chance Mr. Democratic Voter to trade off the Congressman-whditarrhal secretions,7andfopd cannot Canal Toll bill and then had the effrontery to cast the vote of the Eighth' Congressional fftstrict, along gest. Instead, hr ferments! forming thePanama ' with' the vote of Caleb Powers. ..gases, and is thetiauseof-intens- e' nains in t,h stnmnrh.. nnrl nhdnmsn Here's how the- Kentucky Conffressman voted on the bill the President wanted; who showed themselves his ;after eating. Constipation usually: follows and wrecks the entire nervous' friends?: " re-elect- ed i o - - ,'''". , v :system. The victim of stomach trouble be comes nervous, melancholy, has an irregular appetite, and attacks of Often "the eyesight becomes .affected in cases of stomach disorder. .Relief can be found in Tanlac, the lideal reconstructive tonic, appetizer, :invigorant and rebuilder of torn down itissues. Tanlac is being especially intro-duce- d in Columbia at the Fage& Hamilton drug store where the Tanlac Man explains its merits T. C Moore & Co., Gresham; C. H. Jarvis & Son, Coburg: L. G. Wilcox, JExie; J. P Miller & Son, Crocus JET. E. Loy, Olga. " Adv. head-.-ache- s. -! FOR THE PRESIDENT: Barkley r . ...-- AGAINST THE PRESIDENT Cantrill Fields v. Johnson Rouse Sherley .- - . Stanley Thomas (See Congiessional Record, Page 6o88-89 Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat :... Democrat Democrat Democrat Domocrat "yellow-dog- " Helm .. Democrat . Powers Langley Republican Republican for varification of the above vote, which Mr. Helm does not and cannot truthfully deny.) Wanted, Horses and Mules: to 15-- and i5-- 2 to 16 ihands high, 5 to S years old. Must be an good flesh, sound; with good backs bone, trot square. Ho mares. JMules, 13-- 2 to 16 hands high, 4 to 8 vpsarsold, sound, blocky built, with jooi bone and short backs Will be in Columbia, Ky., court day, "Horses, 14-- 2 1, .Monday, August 7, 1916. W. B. Howell, Democrat! How does that set with you? It wasn't Helm's vote (not by a jugful; though he seems to think it his own individual property,) no sir, you sent him to Washington to represent you; .to vote your sentiments; to carry out your wishes. Did he do it? If you had been there would you or would you Jiave voted for what Woodrow Wilson and every other Democratic have voted along with Congressman from Kentucky thought best? So the question is: Do you want a man in Congress to represent you who looks at these big public questions, and votes on them, as Woodrow Wilson or as Caleb Powers? Helm has shown where he stands. If you agree with him, you ought to vote for him Saturday, August 5th. If you are for Woodrow Wilson all the time and against Caleb Powers and everyone who opposes Wilson you ought to cast your, vote on August 5th, like this: Just look at that, you stalwart old Caleb-Power- s Louisville, Ky. Crutcher and family, of ICeuisville, are spending a week or two at the Griffin Springs. Last Thursday iiis little son, Carlisle, got a fishing itiook stuck in, his index finger, on right hand over the beard. The lad was brought to Columbia by his father and the hook was removed by Dr. Jartwright. Nothing serious will grow out of the accident. Alonzo Johnston and George Epper--soboth colored, were before Judge Jlerriford last Wednesday, charged breach pf peace The Jormer was tSaed 325 and 35 days, .the latter $10 mod ten days in jail. n, ''"Mr. W. H. FOR CONGRESS Chas. F. Montgomery f x . v and then you will have the, satisfation, of knowing that a man will represent you in Congress whowill stand by Wood-roWilson all the time, v n ' Think this over carefully, Mr. Democrat", before you go to the polls. The Congressional Kecord shows that Helm deserted the President exactly as stated above. Why give him a chance to so flagrantly misrepresent the mag rv nificent and loyal Democracy of the. Eighth District again? Lightning Doings. I u A rain and windstorm, accompanied During the month of July the fol- by lightning gisited Columbia last lowing licenses were issued from the Tuesday aftef apon, about 4:30 o'clock. Adair county clerk's office. The Damagejfas light, though lightJariett, to Eliza Dooley. ning struck atseueral different points. Elmer Owen Barrett to Noqa Carney. The dwelling which Mr. Fayette Charles L. Bryant to Dorinda Bar- Davis and Mr. T. E. Waggener occupy, was struck in the rear and part of ton. W. D. Shirley to Ada Keltner. the cornice was torn from the house. Those in the dwelling were not shockJ. E. Richards to Mary E. Jones. Herbert Frost to Gertrude Gentry ed. It also struck a large tree near the house. Mr. Crit Yates' barn and the barn of Mr Geo Coffey were also Seasen Tickets. struck, the damage slight Marriage Licenses. Blue Grass Farm for Sale-- . ?;; t' "." 3- -- w " Notice. The storm Thursday night did con siderable damage to growing crops be tween Cane Valley and Camp Knox. Wuite a tot 01 nau leu ana the great est' damage was to corn and tobacco. The farm known as the Jo Henry blowers farm, lying to the right of Gradyville, containing 208 acres, was conveyed to H. O. Hindman last week. Consideration 81,500 cash. All tfche heirs live in Oklahoma. Buckwheat. gee bushel. Now is the time to sow rft. You can get it at Jeffries Hard-(ware I have plenty of it for sale at 81. oo Store or at my farm. C.i. tfirru. room house, wide porcheSf- necessary Cement, Lime, Gasoline and Coal for outbuildings barn and tenant house, sale. splendid apple orchard and other J. P. Hutchison. fruits in abundance. Bduoational adThe street leading from Mrs. 's vantages of Danville of the highest, residence to the Graded School the best of railroad facilities, yet no crossing of same going into town. building, is going to be one of the Would like to sell to give possession in prettiest in town when completed. Mr. W. H. Wilson, who has the conJ. Ed Allan, September. Columbia Fair tract for the concrete walks, i3 doing f Danville, Ky. Season tickets to the For Sale: An extra good Jersey cow, tine work. The town hopes to hare are on sale at Paull Drug Co.'s Store three years old' with heifer calf. all the work completed by the first of Young's Cafe. Viewing the acts of dbspiaabJe men, and Marvin 39-J. B. Coffey. 30-- tf a plagiarist is the most ooatemptible September. - 126 acres 3 miles out of'DanvillQ. on I am still in the produce business Lancaster pike (Boone Wiy) attract at my same old stand. "With special ively located and productive and arrangements with a wholesale man I splendidly watered, large pool stocked am in position to pay the highest prices. with fish. Comparatively new eight Give me a call and be convinced Salt, 38-3- t. Uar-cum- 39-t- 3t