You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Adair County news: August 16, 1916 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1916 ada1916081601_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: August 16, 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. - ffip VOLUME XIX Iftllf $mmm Sfttal COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, -- .. .. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16. 1916. NUMBER 42 I Mrs. Cornelia Bush Dead. The Louisville Times of August 9 contained the following account of the death of a native of this place: A telegram announcing the death of Mrs. Cornelia Wheat Bush, mother of Long Time or. the Road. - An Enjoyable Evening. Meet Your Friends. Horses at the Fair Greunds. Sam Stone Bush, of Louisville, at Cape May, N. J., was received here last night. Mrs. Bush died of senility, following a lingering illness. In company with her daughter, Mrs. George Berry, of Frankfort, Ky., Mrs. Bush went to the New Jersey summer resort ten days ago believing that the change of climate would prove beneficial to her. Her daughter and Mr. Bush, her son, were at the bedside when death occurred. The body will be taken this morning to Frankfort, Ky., where the burial will take place Mrs. Bushwas born in 1834 in "Columbia, Ky., the daughter of the late Judge Zachariah Wheat and Mary Monroe. Judge Wheat, during his time, was a prominent member of the Kentucky bar. Her maternal grandfather, Judge Ben Monroe, was one of the most noted of the Supreme Court Justices of Kentucky. The Monroe and Wheat families of Kentucky and many Telatives of both families are now prominent throughout the State. Mrs. Bush was married in Frank- lort, Ky., to bamuel Stone Bush, a widely known attorney of Louisville, whose death occurred a few years after the marriage. Mrs. Bush spent many years at the capital. She took the first appointment of State Librarian at the capitol, which position she held for years. She was a frequent visitor to the home of her son, Mr. Busk, in Louisville, and hadjmany friends here. During her declining years she made her home at Frankfort with her daughter, Mrs. Berry. A month ago she was stricken by the heat. Until her age prevented her, Mrs. Bush was actively engaged in religious work. She joined the Presbyterian church at the outbreak of the Civil war. She became a member during the time when the Rev. Dr. Stuart Robinson, noted Presbyterian minister, was holding services at the Second Presbyterian church inLouisviile. Because.of her charm and culture she was known to many prominent Kentucky women as a "typical Southern woman." In her early years she attended Mrs Nold's private school in Louisville, from which she was gradu- ated. Public Auction. On Saturday Sept. 2, 1916, the entire stock of merchandise of Barger & Willis at Joppa, Ky., will be offered A family of five persons passed at public auction. The auction to be- through here a few days ago from the gin at 9 a. m. Come if you want a mountains of East Tennessee. They bargain. Barger & Willis were moving to Illinois and were 42-making the trip in a five passenger Ford. They met with an accident As an evidence that the buggies just before reaching town, but they will have to go, we cite you to the ac- managed to get in with the car. Nell tion of Mr J. T. Gowdy, who is a & Hill furnished supplies and in a liveryman at Campbellsville, and who short time the car was again ready makes Columbia frequently. Less for the road, and the party left, happithan a year ago Mr. Gowdy had six- ly, for their destination, teen harness horses in his stable and one machine. Now he has four horses Auto chauffeurs are usually careful, and five machines. It was quite an but this week they will have to be outlay to purchase the cars; but the more so than ordinarily, as the town exchange has proved profitable, will be full of machines and they will making more money with two ma- travel at rapid speed going to and chines than he did with sixteen from the fair grounds. Avoid racing, horses. and slow up when passing should be Mr. Ray Conover calculates to be- the resolution of every driver. There gin erecting a bungalow on his lot, on is danger of accidents in a congisted Jamestown street, immediately after crowd, hence it isimperiative to be the close of the Fair. He wiil put up careful. a very handsome building and the We do not know who has. the overpattern will be modern. It will consight of the Burkesvllle road leading tain eight rooms and a basement. Mr. Mikel, of Campbellsville, who is a out of Columbia, but whoever he may first-clas- s stone mason, will lay the be, he ought to give some attention foundation. The wood work has not to the bridge near Pettita Fork. It is a matter of wonder that someone yet been let. has not met with an accident at that People who will attend the Fair this point. A little attention, possibly week and who are indebted to this the placing of one or two planks, office will please call and make pay- would remove the danger. ment. The office will remain open every day during the exhibition. During the Fair the grounds will be patrolled by a sufficient number of Mr. James Cole, of Bakerton, writes officers, who will be ready to arrest that crops in Cumberland county are persons who are found to be engaged fine. He also writes that there has in unlawful conduct. been a lot of sickness In his neighbor. Mr. Mont Hale, of Russell county, Iiood. n who was a teacher, died A report has reached Columbia that recently. He was a young man who ooe cue of infantile paralysis has had many friends and who will be In the Nell community. greatly misetd. 3t ville, both' gentlemen of the highest character, have been traveling salesmen out of Louisville, the former for twenty-eigh- t years, the latter, thirty. They both represent dry goods houses, Mr. Curd, Robinson, Norton & Co., Mr. Alexander Carter Bros & Co. No other traveling man, in the same line of business, has been on the road as Jong as these two gentlemen. They have both been successful, each one commanding a large trade throughout this part of Kentucky. In the maDy years they have been upon the road, Mr. Curd has made one change. He first accepted a position from Bliss, Wilson & Co., Louisville, with whom he remained nine years.! He was a valuable man to the house, but an inducement was offered him from Robinson, Norton & Co., which he accepted, and he has been wich that firm for eighteen years. Mr. Alexander has never made a change. He commenced with Carter Bros & Co., and he has remained with them steadfastly to this day. There is a reason for the success of these two gentlemen. They do not drum, so to speak. They visit their trade and if their customer is ready to buy they are ready to sell, but no merchant is ever annoyed, by hearing one of them say "I have got the very thing you need, in fact, you can not do without it, it is a seller, etc." They know that a business man knows his needs, and that "blanny" loses more than it makes. If either one of these salesmen ever came to Columbia with out selling goods we have no recollection of it. Mr. Curd and Mr. Alexander are both popular socially, and are very well fixed financially. They made their money by being cbuiteous to the trade, watching their business closely, letting the country merchants do the same, having a most respectful regard for every merchant who favors them with orders. While Mr. Curd and Mr. Alexander have been competitors all these years, they are the best of friends, not a jaf having occurred. Mr. Curd was here Thursday and in conversation with him, he said he had no desire to change his business, as he had not been sick a day during the twenty-eigh- t years he had been on the road In our judgment, Mr. Alexander feels the same way, and will be selling goods to the country trade as long as he is able to travel. "Here is to their good healths, their families good healths," and may they live long and continue to prosper. Mr. D. T. Curd, of Cave City, and Mr. John Q. Alexander, of Campbells- If you want to meet friends that Howell & Spalding, Greensbnrg, Ky., you have not seen for years, talk over 11 head. handsome suberban home of Judge Cook & Coffey, Columbia, Ky., 8 H. C. Baker was brilliant with lights happy events that occurred in the scene of much enjoyment, the long ago, visit the Fair, and take a head. and the occasion being an entertainment given by Miss Sallie Baker, in honor of her sister, Mrs. W. D. Jones, of Knoxville, Tenn., who is spending the summer months in Columbia. A pleasant feature of the evening was a "woman's work" contest, and although each was familiar with the articles serving as answer to the rhymes, provided excitement and pleasure, as well as food for thought to each guest. An elaborate ice course, consisting of tea and sandwiches, sherbert and cake, was served to the guests during the course of the evening, and the hours from 8 to 11 were so enjoyably spent that the time for departure came all too soon. The invited guests weJl-word- ed Notwithstanding the very stormy weather on last Friday evening, the stroll over the grounds, and also walk down the grandstand. You will be sure to meet old associates, schoolmates, with whom you played mumble peg, and many ladies who were pretty lasses in their school days, and with whom you played tag and swung in tlie old grapevine swing, near the spring, some twenty, thirty, and perhaps forty years ago. Happy days they were, and as you will recall them, you will see the belles and beaux of this day gaily mingling in the throng, and be reminded that when the old depart the young follow, and that the happiness that came to you in the long ago is now being enjoyed by your sons and daughters, and those of your neighbors. You can not be young again, but you will be able to rejoice were: Mrs. Woodruff Frowers, Miss Minnie over the pleasure that the young is Triplett, Mrs. Gordon Montgomery, enjoying, and say in your heart 1 am Mrs. Goe. Stult3, Mrs. Bruce Mont- glad that I am spending this week at gomery, Miss Mollie Caldwell, Mrs. the Fair. Perry Summers, Mrs. W. B. Patteson, Adair County Spoke Company will Miss Minnie Kemp, Mrs. Geo. Vtaples, Mrs. C. M. Russell, Mrs. Ores Hamil- nor buy spokes until further notice. ton, Mrs. A. D. Patteson, Mrs. O. P. Bush, Mrs. W. E. Jeffries, Vaughan, The New Fishing Law. New, Mex , Miss Victoria Hughes, Mrs. Allen Walker, Mrs R. Y. Hind-maThe act passed by the last session Mrs. Willie B. Hines, Miss Sue Baker, Mrs. C. M. Barnett, Mt "Ver- of the Kentucky Legislature for the non, 111., Mrs. RollinHurt, Mrs. J. L. protection of the fish in the streams Walker, Mrs. Elma Frazer, Selina, of this State has become effective. Circular letters have been sent out by Kans., Miss Sallie Field. Executive Agent J. Q. Ward, to all the counties notifying fishermen that Eloped. it would be unlawful to catch fish except with rod, line and hook, hand Mr. Carl Thorpe, a young man who lines, set lines or trot lines. Persons lives in Florida, a nephew of Mrs. attempting to catch fish by any other Lou Atkins, of this place, eloped Sun- means will be subject to a fine not day afternoon with Miss Julia Tandy, less than 85 nor more than 8100 for daughter of Mr and Mrs. R. E. Tan- each offense. dy, to Campbellsville, where they The new law prohibits the use of were married. The couple returned wing nets, set nets, seine, trap, tramto Columbia and at 2 o'clock a. m., mel net, dip net, or any other kind of left for Florida, their future home. a net or contrivance that will materWe trust that only happiness will ially hinder the passage of the fish in grow out of this union. any stream in the State. The use of dynamite or other forms of explosives Inferior Court Has Jurisdiction. in the streams is forbidden under the law. Shooting of fish is also prohibitAccording to an opinion of Attor- ed. ney General Logan given this week Quits Tobacco. to Hardin county officials local courts were mistaken in ruling that inferior Mr. A. G. Willis, who lives near the courts did not have final jurisdiction Zion church, has .been constantly in bootlegging cases since the Lee law became operative making the second chewing tobacco for seventy years. conviction a felony. Mr. Logan rules Two weeks ago was his eightieth squarely that the jurisdiction of in- birthday and the occasion was duly ferior Gourts is not altered except up- celebrated. Before the company was on a trial for the second offense, and dismissed, Mr. Willis announced that in the latter instance it can only hold on that day he had quit the use of toan examining trial. Upon the first bacco after having been an inveterate trial, says Mr. Logan, either Quarter chewer since he was ten years old. ly or Police Courts have final jurisdic He is now apparently in fine health, but he is determined to live the retion. E'town News. mainder of his life without "chewing The grading and bedrocking on the and spitting," so to speak. Standford road is moving along very Rev. W. R. Wagoner returned nicely. Owing to the busy season some days ago from Taylor county with the farmers, the crushing and finishing is homewhat retarded. It is where he assisted Rev. Piercy in a hoped, however, that all the work on two weeks' meeting at Soul's Chapel. was largely attended durthe present stretch will be completed The meeting ing its progress and a great deal of by t he early fall. Be it understood interest was manifested. There that the contractors for the finishing quite a number of additions to were the are farmers, and they necessarially congregation. Last week Rev. Waghave farm work to keep up as the oner commenced a meeting at Pickroad proceeds. ett's Chapel, this couuty, and good results are expected. Monday n, R. L. Jones, Hatcher, Ky , 9 head. Buster, Mitchell & Coleman, Ky., 8 head. Miller & Bell, Monticello, Ky., 4 head. J. W. Barrett, Sulphur Well, Ky., head. Walter Goff, Columbia, Ky., i head. W. L Grady, Gradyville, Ky., 8 head. Bohon Lucas, Springfield Ky., 4. head. R. F. Paull, Columbia, Ky , 4 head. Burdette & Coffey, Columbia, Ky., 4 head. C. C. Coleman, Edmonton, Ky., I head Hancock Bros , Cane Valley, Ky., 5 head. George and Kyle Young, Columbia, Ky., 3 head. Cassius Cheatham, Bakerton, Ky., 3 head. Hudson Conover & Son, Columbia, Ky., 2 head. Ray Flowers, Columbia, Ky., 2 head. Ernest Flowers, Columbia, Ky., 2 Har-rodsbtrg. i Head. ENTRIES IN' TROT. Howell & Spaldilg, Dr. Vaughn. R. L. Jordan, King Bird. Buster, Mitchell & Coleman, Country Boy, Jay Bird, Lewis Mac. Burdette & Coffey, Pearl Hendersey, Sweet Toddy. Cook & Coffey, Gilbert. Tom Marcum, 2 head, names unknown. Charles Richards, 2 head, names unknown. ENTRIES IX SADDLE STAKE. Cook & Loffey, Bourbon Hemp, Rexall Pride. Howell & Spalding,. Herin, Stoddarn King. J. L. Jones, Mountain Dare. Buster, Mitchell & Coleman, Amelia. Miller & Bell, Mark Hanna, Louise Bell. C C. Coleman, Washington Chief. . . J. W. Barrett, Red Wall, Gipsey Dare. Accidentally Killed in Virginia. Mr. R. B. Reeves, who lives near Ozark, this county, received a telegram last Friday forenoon, from Norton, Va., stating that his son, Charles, years a young man about twenty-on- e old, was killed that morning by a log train. His body arrived here Saturday for interment. There were no particulars. The young man, who was very industrious had been working in Virginia for some time. His death was a terrible Stroke to his parents, and everybody is in sympathy with the stricken family. The burial was near Ozark many friends attending. The father of the deceased removed from Virginia to Adair county eight years ago, and he is a highly respected citizen. Last afternoon week, Mrs. Ernest Flowers, was taken violently ill at her home, near Bliss, and the conclusion was soon reached that she had been poisoned by drinking lemonade that had remained too long in the vessel. Doctors were called and in a few hours Mrs. Flowers was pronounced out of danger. Mr. Wade Eubank, who is a good mechanic, and who is employed in a machine" shop, Dayton, Ohio, is making progress and is now receiving $4.50 per day for his services. Bryan English is also in the same city and he is making good. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Harris have removed from the country to Columbia and are occupying the residence, on Jamestown street, owned by Mr. Jas. M. Russell. Mr. 01 McClister, who is now eighty-seve- n years old, one of the most wide- It opens Tuesday forenoon. ly known men in the Southern portion of the county, his home being near Fairplay, is in a critical condition, and has been for several months. He is gradually growing weaker. Are you going to attended? It is going to be a big one. More stock than ever before. Running and trotting races daily, Be present and watch the fillies go i well-know- ed Everything is in readiness for the opening of the Fair. A large number of fine stock reached the stables Saturday, Sunday and Monday. the dally papers for the vote in the late primary o.f Casey county, but we looked in vain. We felt sure that the Casey County News would tell us, but it came in Friday, containing not one word about the result of the primary. Several from Columbia and out in the county attended the Burkesvllle Fair. Large delegations from all adjoining counties will attend the Fair this week. The big days will be Wednesday and Thursday. The attention of parents who will send their children to school is called to the advertisement of the, Lindaey-Wilso- n Training School. We watched "" very enchanting. J. A. and Claud Young drove forty fat cattle to Lebanon last week. They on that market at sold twenty-si- x 4 So 7 cents. They shipped fourfrom teen head to the Danville market. Mr. Ed Tarter, who livgs in the Milltown section, has been critically ill for some days. His brother, Mr. A. W. Tarter, of this place, was called to his bedside last Friday. Vegetables were never more plentiful. Tomatoes are being haulded to Columbia by the wagon load. There are Irish potatoes in abundance, and beans to throw to the stock. round the track. The music will be the latest and"" i yrC"M ' r Bab Show. Campbells-ville, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Bloodhounds are Gentle. In The Poultry Yard. Rugby. Facts About Holland. There is no real reason for the common belief that a bloodhound is a fierce animal. It is, on the contrary, rather noted for its gentleness, even seeming timid, unless specially trained to at- fe During this month and the Perhaps no neutral country is Mr. Bob Strange is having a next fowls start molting, and cellar dug this week. more affected by this war than out they should have some especial Holiand. She is maintaining an our leadine citizens, authorizes the attention until this period, which There is a series of meetings News to state that while the Columbia army at the present time of generally lasts six weeks, is over. going on at Antioch now conFair Association, in some way, failed If you want to force them to ducted by Revs. Viers and Vance. something like 300,000 soldiers to see him before making up its premany crisis which may ium list, he does nob mean to keep start molting the process is often The young folks of Mt. Pleas- to meet tack. out of the ring, and, therefore, offers done by feeding light for a week ant conduct prayer meeting, ev- arise. five dollars in gold for the premium, of two and then feeding heavily. The origin of the 'breed, acEvery adult citizen is liable to ery Saturday night at Harrods white baby boy under two years of The aclvanuage of an early de age, in Adair county. This premium cording to Count Le Couteulx personal service in the army or molt is to have hens all feather- Fork. navy from the age of 19 to 40. Canteleu, an authority on the s given by Mr. Gowdy as a token of Mr. Jame3 Ros3on, who has ed out and strong and active be subject, is from St. Hubert of friendship for the Association and an Actual service in the ranks is expression of good will and love for fore cold weather starts. been attending a business coldetermined by lot, but substituSt. Hubert's abbey in the Ar- the little fellows who will, later on Mo3t hens lay somewhat irreg- lege at Chillicothe, Mo., returndennes. It dates from the ear take up life's responsibilities. This ularly during the molting protion is not permitted. ed home this week in a bad state liest ages, and the breed certain- ring, pot cataloged, will he called on cess, and little can be done to Holland's population is about Thursday, the third day of the Fair, of health. remedy this state of affairs. ly existed in the time of Gauls. 61 millions. Its navy consists of at 1 o'clock, m., the Association to Owen Pulliam, of Fairplay, As regards the name blood- select three judges who will decide the It is generally thought that seven battleships, four cruisers, contest and permit Mr. Gowdy to pre hens that moJt early make the was here last week. hound,, the Count Le Couteulx about forty torpedoboats, six sent the premium in such manner as best layers for the winter months. Autos are thick. Last Mon- submarines and eight destroyers. believes that when fox hunting he may elect. Remember the date, By the end of October they in something like its present remember that this is given by you, will start laying when eggs are day eight passed through here. Holland's frontiers are deNoah Akin is talking of put- fended by very few fortresses. form was instituted ic was found friend unsolicited and with love for most needed. Meat in some the little ones. that the sleuth hound was not form is almost an essential dur- ting up a shop on some public The great line of defense is the ing the molting period. road here close. Hope he will water. Stretching across the fast enough for the purpose, and Cure for Cholera Morbus. the present foxhound was evolvlocate with us as we need a middle of the country from the "When our little boy, new seven The Best Laxative. ed from various material, and years old, was a baby he was cured of blacksmith with us. Zuyder Zee to Dordrecht runs To keep the bowels regular the best morbus by Chamberlain's Colcholera about this time it became usual, laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a Your scribe sold some shoats Holland's famous water line, by ic, Cholera and Diaarhoea Remedy," full glass of water half an hour before in speaking of the old hound of writes Mrs. Sidney Simmons, Fair breakfast and eat an abundance of to Dolphus Wheeler at 8 cents. means of which section after the country, to call him a blood- Haven, N. Y. "Since then other mem- fruit and vegetables, Jalso establish a Mrs. J. W. Hogg, who is mak- section of the country can be inval- regular habit and be sure that your hound, meaning the hound of bers of my family have used this bowels move once each day. When a ing her home at Bob Strange's, undated, thus barring the proguable medicine for colic and bowel medicine is needed take Chamberlain's pure blood (as might be said of troubles with good satisfaction and I Tablets. They are pleasant to take and who has been confined to ress of any invader from the a blooded horse) to distinguish gladly endorse it as a remedy of ex- and mild and gentle in effect. Obher room since January, with land side. Adv. him from the new hound or fox- ceptional merit." Obtainable at tainable at Paull Drug Co. rheumatism, is some better. Queen Wilhelmina succeeded Adv. hound. There is only one breed Paull Drug Co. The Fruit Garden. to the throne in November, 1890, of pure, genuine bloodhounds, Liver Trouble. and that is the English. when, she was ten years of age. Crop Outlook "I am bothered with liver trouble Keep all fallen fruits picked about twice a year," writes Joe Fifteen years ago she married Just the Thing for Diarrhoea. Iowa. "I have Webster City, The State Department of Ag- up. The best way to do this is pains in my side and back and an aw- the German Prince Henry of two years ago I had a seAbout to have sheep or hogs in the or- ful soreness in my stomach. I heard Mecklenberg-Schweriand they vere attack of diarrhoea which lasted riculture in its recent summary they will eat the fallen of Chamberlain's Tablets and trid have one child, the little Prinover a week," writes W. C. Jones, of conditions says there is every chard; them. By the time I had used half a Buford, IT. D. ''I became so weak probabitity of good crops of corn ones. These fallen fruits con- bottle of them I was feeling fine and cess Juliana, who is now seven that I could not stand upright. A and tobacco. In addition the tain the grubs of insects, and by had no signs of pain." Obtainable at years of age. Adv. Paull Drug Co. druggist recommended Chamberlain's yield of wheat has been about killing them you lessen next Colic, Chclera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Holland has proved a harbor the average, oats a little above year's pests. Facts About Women. The first dose relieved me and within of refuge to thousands of Bel two days I was as well as ever." Many the average and the condition of Bag the grapes. This might gians who fled when the Gerdruggists recommend this remedy be the hemp crop is placed at 97 have been done earlier, but some Ninety per cent, of all the cause they know that it is reliable percemt. This is certainly a famans invaded (their country. Obtainable at Paull Drug Co. Adv. vorable showing. With good good will still come of attending women in the United States who From the beginning of the war crops of corn and tobacco we are to it now. It will help to pre- reach the age of 65 are dependthe Dutch have fed, clothed, and Girl Must Live on $7,479. assuredof prosperity on the farm. vent fruit rot, and the birds will ent upon charity. tens of thousands, sheltered And prosperity on the farm not steal the fruit. IsthThe Indian women of the without homes and without a Surrogate Fowler, of New means an enormous boost for After the raspberries are Tehuantepec, Mex., are country. One charitable society mus of York City, believes it possible commercial conditions generally. through fruiting, the old canes said to be the most beautiful has had as many as 30,000 homegirl to live on If the corn and tobacco shall hold are taken out. The canes made for a women in the world. their own the harvest will be less Belgian children in its care $7,479 a year, so he denied the this year will produce the fruit Woman workers in the San at one time. large financially for the farmers application of Lorena Carroll, on- whereat every inhabitant of the next year. Burn the prunmgs. Francisco French laundries have ly daughter of the late Joseph D. Commonwealth should rejoice. Strawberry plants that have been asked to join the Steam A Doctor's Remedy for Coughs. Carroll, millionaire horseman, to been grown all summer in pots Laundry Workers union in that As a cure for coughs and colds Dr. have her allowance increased combines these Bell's Hats off to Wilson. and set this month will bear city. remedies in just the right proportion figure to $18,500. from that next spring. Use an abundance Mrs. E. G. Kidd, of Richmond, to do the most good for summer coughs The girl, who lives with her or colds. A trial will prove the value preparing the The Democratic caucus in of manure in Va., is still in active control of of thi9 splendid cough medicine. Dr. mother, said in her petition that Washington sidetracked a few ground to insure a good crop. soothes the irthe large pickle business which Bell's stop3 your cough, kills the ritation, she must have the latter sum to pieces of legislation that Pres Spray the apples twice with she started in a small way 35 cold germs and does you a world of maintain herself "in the mode of ident Wilson wanted to get good. A 25c. bottle will more than bordeaux mixture to prevent in- years ago. convince you it will stop your cough. manner of living to through at the present session. life and the Adv jury from bitter rot. Put arsenwhich one of her station in life The president walked into the The municipal authorities of At Paull Drug Co. Capitol the other morning and ate of lead in it, to destroy is entitled." Salzburg, Austria, have created Forty million postage stamps called several oFthe party lead fall insects, such as the Under her father's will, Miss a sick benefit fund for domestic are made each day in the United Carroll receives the income from ers into conference. He explainservants. a trust fund of $150,000. When ed that he wanted a child labor Has a neighbor or friend a States. Efforts are being made to orshe becomes of age she will re- law and a workmen's compensachoice variety of fruit of which ganize the female stenographers In. Chicago Saturday one perceive the residuary estate of tion bill passed. The. chances wishes you would like a tree? During and typists of ban Francisco in- - son died every thirty minutes $540,000. Her mother receives are that $5,000 annually from a trust fund will be respected. He went back August you can bud it on to to a union. from heat. but says she is unable to devote to the White House after an hour stocks of your own. Get him to Preston See, aged sixty, and any of this to her daughter's up- of conference in the President's give you a few "bud sticks." Special Offer. Miss Minnie Hinea, sixteen, both keep. , office at the Capitol. I keep en hands a full stock of For a shore time will furnish the of Paris, Ky were married last Woodrow Wilson is a master also keep Buckwheat daily Evening Post, Louisville, Home Saturday. ful man when it comes to getting coffins, caskets, and robes. I Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and legislation through Congress. It and Farm, Kentucky Governor's War I have plenty of it for sale at 31.00 looks as if he will get about ev- two hearses. Prompt service night or map and the Adair County News, all Following a quarrell over the day. , Residence Phone 29, office per bushel. Now is the time to sow ownership of fish bait, Marcus erything he wants in the present pbone;&8. one year for $3.25. The map itself is it. You can get it at Jeffries Hard. J. F. Triptett, bodysomething no President evworth $1.50, but by accepting: this of-- Hill was4rilled at Carrollton by ware Store or at my farm. ColumbiarKy. to do. Frank Allen C 3 Harris, you get it for almost aothing. er before was-abl- ll r. John E. Gowdy, of known and appreciated throughthis county by a large per cent of p- - Ding-ma- n, n, 16-year-- Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Pine-Tar-Hon- ey late-hatch- ed web-wor- m. the,-President- A 45-i.- yr er e v i THE ADAIRICOUNTYNEWS Kentucky Fair Dates. I Russell Creek ! f BAPTIST ACADEMY f The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1916 as far as reported to this office. Officers of fairs .. -- . $? are requested to report to us any Campbellsville, Ky. x omissions or corrections. Fern Creek Fair, Buechel, Audays. gust Strong Faculty of twelve Teachers. Good boarding for days. Mt. Vernon, August both Boys and Girls, at $11.00 per month. Tuition Cheap. days. Burkesville.IAugust No Incidental Fees. Bible taught by special teacher days. Perryville,fAugust every grade every day. High class Normal in Lawrenceburg, August 154 days. School throughout the year. Industrial farm, and Shepherdsville, August 154 Applied Agriculture. For Catalogue and particulars write days. Broadhead, August 16 4 days. A. R. ABERNATHY, President, Owensboro, August 15 5 days. Campbellsville, Ky. Fair, Sanders, August 16 4 days. (XXXXXIXXIX 4XX4XXX Ewing, August 173 days. Cumb. Main 9 141 Rates .00 Knights of. Pythias Fair, StanPn0NE:fHome City 2291 ford, August 233 days. Fgl END," ARE YOU DISCOURAGED? Does everything look sort of dark and gloomytoyou? Do you have the "blues?" Does it take supreme effort for you to go about your daily work and keep yourself y cheerful? This feeling of discouragement, despondency and gloom is the result of a sluggish Liver. Just plain Liver trouble makes a big pile of unhappiness makes life look hardly worth living, sometimes. Get your Liver in perfect working order, by taking Dr. Thacher's Liver & Blood Sytup, and you'll soon feel like a different person. The sun will shine brighter. People you meet will seem more agreeable. You'll get keen ENJOYMENT out of life. You'll tackle your work and your food with relish. You'll feel TWENTY YEARS YOUNGER. You'll find yourself possessed of the courage and hopefulness of youth. half-wa- Luke McLuke Says. One reason why tfe brag so much about Education andJEn-lightme- nt in this country is because a negro hodcarrier can r. earn more than a school-teache- 94 93 94 93 Birds of store'you Paradise at th couldn't get a woman to wear you could buv 10-cent If one on her hat. Love is something that makes 1 "SAFETY FIRST" Hotel Watkins "In the Heart of Loui5vHIe" TELEPHONES IN ROOMS-RUNNING WATER-MODERN EUROPEAN PLAN Chestnut Bet. 4th and 5th EVERYTHING IN ROOFING Also Ellwood and (American Fence. In spite of the fact that every married woman is a detective acts as a tonic and strengthener to the there are lots of things that- are Liver. It encourages and helps that important organ to do its work easily and more successfully. THEN the stomach never found out. and bowels, and every organ of the body is also able to do its work right, for "King It is easy to gain a reputation Liver rules them all" and when your Liver for being Wise Man. Just keep is right YOU are WELL. Hope, happiness, courage, success these are yours when your Liver is active your mouth shut when you have and strong. If you haven't got a bottle nothing to say. Columbia, August 154 days. of Dr. Thachers Liver & Blood Syrup August 294 days. it hand now, go or send for it AT ONCE, Frankfort, ad give your Liver the help it is calling A Corn Fed girl can be as a August 29 4 days. for. THEN you'll see the sun break thin girl. But when the corn Bardstown, through the clouds and you'll be hopeful, Nicholasville, August 293 happy, WELL. All dealers sell 50c and fed sits down she always looks S1.00 bottles. days. as if she was afraid something THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY,) Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville would bust. w. Chattanooga, Tennessee. CONVENIENCES August 295 days. For Sa'e By Page & Hamilton. We are a d people. Elizabethtown, August 293 When you are down and out any days. Louisville, Ky. Barboursville, August 303 All this and more would Re- man will give you $2,000,000 publicans say of Woodrow Wil- worth of Sympathy, but hewon't days. son, if he were a Republican kick in with two cents in cash. President. It doesn't do a girl much good DR. THACHER'S got from Him look bigger than the $100 stone she got from her father. the $10 chip she Liver and Blood Syrup - Tri-Coun- ty 50-75- -1 kind-hearte- A FEW v Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Painted. Nuiv BOURBON DROPS OF POULTRY CURE A terriffic explosion that scat- to have a rosebud mouth when tered debris for miles around oc- she has been eatitg raw onions. curred in New York Cir.y early A man buys a newspaper to read in the drinking water Makes Hens Lay Amazingly Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, LImberneck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 callona of medicine. At dniz- - Sunday morning. Property valued at $20,000,000 was destroyed. An investigation into the cause is being made, and three persons are held. Stanley last week appointed as members of the State Board of Election Commissioners the following: Rodman Keenon, chairman, N. L. Hole-maof Dawson Springs, Democrat, and Thomas B. McGregor, of Frankfort, Republican. Gov. ex-offic- the sporting news and then see what is doing in war and politics. A woman gets a newspaper to see who is dead and to see what the stores are advertising. When She begins worrying about bills and the price of bacon and He quits shaving every morning, the Honeymoon folds its hands and prepares to kick the bucket. The only time a Democrat is in favor of Protection is "when he comes home at 2 a. m., and finds his wife waiting up for him. dstsorbymailpostpald. able poultry book free. Valu--3 Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. Incorporated 116 Eaat Matket Slreeif Between First and Brook 3 -- s? BOURBON REMEDY CO. Lexington, Ky. CO. Louisville, Ky. ration tax as the extension of an act which the Republican party originated and which helped to tranf er to organized capital some of the burdens of government previously borne by poverty and labor. io n, 'l WILLARD HOTEL Center &. Jefferson Streets Louisville, Rales $2.00 and $2.50 with $3.00 and;$3.50 per day with Private Bath, hot and cold vafer, Privl- lege of Bath. European Plan $1.00 and Up A.TJL. :vlelajo:r 50C Kentucky. AMERICAN PLAN Local and Long Distance Telephones in all R.ooms. A Block and a half from both Wholesale and Retail Districts. D. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. Makes a Difference. .. A. A. WEBB, Asst. Mgr. er successfully the most devastating war in human history, but to aspire to the financial (New York World.) mastery of the world. Were Woodrow Wilson a They would point to the forPresident, with a record of achievements identical with eign policy of the President durRe-publican his record as a Democratic President, the Republicans would renominate him by acclamation. They would point, to the revision of the tariff under his administration as the fulfillment of McKinley's dying pledge, which Roosevelt shirked and in which Taft failed. They would point to the banking and currency law as the greatest piece of financial legislation yet enacted a law which has made it possible for the United States not only to weath ing the most difficult and critical period of history since the civil war as a supreme endeavor to maintain the highest American ideal of peace with honor. They would point to his preparedness measure as full atonement for past derelictions on the part of the Republican party, and as an example of leadership that knows how, in times of national peril, to bring irreconcilable political elements into harmony. They would point to the corpo According to a judicial decision the British liner Appam, They would point to the PresOnce in a while you will see a brought into Norfolk by a Gerident's Mexican policy, identical man prize crew, is the property big woman who is built like a as it is with Lincoln's Mexican truck horse and who has a face of the English owners. policy, as evidence that the and a mustache like a man. And American people were no less deFive persons were killed and you wonder who the blame fool termined than ever to give the twenty-tw- o injured and a numbackward nations of this hemis- ber of buildings were slightly was who called them the Weaker phere the fullest opportunity to damaged in an Australian aero- Sex. work out their destiny, and plane raid on Adriatic seaports. A woman never knows where finally achieve that liberty under she got her headache. But a law which even the most enlightILLUSTRATED The man knows where he got his. ened of peoples have had to gain Most by struggle and sacrifice. Every married woman knows a :? F Interesting . Magazine JritfcPP They would point to our new a whole lot more than she can Published. vsZ as relations with find out. SO Timely James G. the realization of Articles with JBlaine's dream of News of State and" Nation Over 200 reism a dream that became a ? Striking ality only through the Pictures in Heat caused four deaths in Ort J Each ICcntj statesmanship of Woodrow TMu!Trtlirtuw Louisville last Friday. Number WORLD rvjT 5 Latin-Ameri- ca Pan-Americ- an far-sight- ed 'plf 1915 !$ ry Wilson. They would point to the record of the department of justice as proof that business has been emancipated from political blackmail and that industrial organizations were no longer persecuted from motives of partisan advantage or private revenge. They would point to the administration of Wilson as second only to the administrations of Washington and Lincoln in the record of mighty achievement in behalf of the American people. Sample Copy Free and say where you saw this advertisement and we will mail you free a copy of Illustrated World, the big, human interest magazine which tells you in clear, simple language about all the wonderful things men are doing everywhere. It brings before you the vitcJ happenings of the world; is accurate, but never dull; thrilling, but not sensational; fascinating, but not trashy. Over 200 striking pictures in every issue. The most interesting and helpful magazine for all the family. For sale by all newsdealers. 15c. a copy, S1.50 a year. Write today for a free sample copy. Be eure to mention thit advertittment. Address: Send us your name and address Property losses from the flood in Northern Tennessee reached $150,000. The wheat crop in Central Kentucky is about sixty-fiv- e per cent, of normal. stole $34,000 from the Burroughs Adding Machine Co. in Detroit. AutoISilbandits ILLUSTRATED WORLD 111. 5800 Drexel Ave., Chicago, Charles E. Hughes started Saturday night on hisiong speaking tour of the West. 1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE City. . They No damage of military importNEWS strikers at .Central will return to work under condi- ance is reported." Published Every Wednesday tions existing before the strike, From seven to ten Zeppelins - BY THE though some minor points are .to took part in the air raid, accordADAIR GDUNTY Adair County News Company be settled by arbitration Senator Montgomery is one of CHAS. S. HARRIS. EDITOR. the best Democrats in the disgend trict. He is a Democratic newspaper deYOted to the interest tleman. He has- been the dry cl the City of Columbia and the people of Adair leader in two legislatures and ad adjoining counties. ha3 the good will of the dry peoas'second ple who compose a large majorEntered at the Columbia Class mail matter. ity of the voters of this district, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR but even with that strength he Dancould make no headway. WED. AUG- - 16, 1916 ville Advocate. high-tone- (INCORPORATED.) Post-offi- ce DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President. WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey. For Vice President. THOMAS E. MARSHALL, of Indiana. For Congress. HARVEY HELM, of Lincoln County. ANNOUNCEMENT. For Sheriff. PAT-5CES- 0N We are authorized to announce W. B. a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County, Subject to the action of the IRupublican primary DflOH. honored with as may votes as any other Democrat could have received as an opponent of Mr. Helm at this particular time. There is no question about his Democracy nor his ability to represent the district in Congress. But Mr. Helm's letters to the Democrats over the district impressd the voters that it was not the time to displace a man who had been in Congress a number of terms, and who was on to his job. Mr. Montgomery's supporters in Adair county were loyal to a man. They did all they could. 1 is due Senator Charles F. retreat. Montgomery to state that he was One airship dropped twenty It ing to. an official statement. About 160 bombs were dropped and twenty-thre- e casualties were caused, says this statement, supplementing the earlier announcement. Correspondents in tne districts visited by the Zeppelins telegraph that the airships flew at a great height. They were subjected to a very heavy fire guns, which from compelled them to make a hasty . anti-aircra- 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 We have always demonstrated to the readers of the Adair County News that wef compete "most successfully Carpet and Rug House Of the State of Kentucky, and visitors to our spacious salesroom? have always expressed themselves most favor- ably about our stocks and prices. The ever busy section, housing thousands of yards of Good Linoleum ft with its towering big values, appeals strongly to the economical buyer. Correspondence solicited and promptly answered. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, 522 & 524 W. Market incorporated. and another fifteen incendiary bombs, some of which fell into the sea. As on ali recent .raids, many of the bombs fell on open ground or into the water as the airships were making off. In the region of Chaulnes the Germans penetrated the French lines between Lihons and the Chautnes railroad, but were expelled at the point of the bayonet. A French aviator set forth at 8:30 o'clock 'on a voyage in which he covered 350 kilometers (217 miles) , St., Louisville, Ky. ress for the French troops north of Hem wood in the Somme sector is announced in an official statement issued by the French War Office today. Rain and mist have impeded the operations north of the Somme. South of the river a Ger man reconnaissance using .liquid fire was dispersed by the French infantry fire west of Verman-dovillers. DRXSTB: Coco - Cola In Bottle returning at Cool and Refreshing Call For It By Full Name And Avoid 11 :35 News Mr. W. B. In September is the latest date Patteson announces his candidacy for sheriff of Adair county, now suggested by Senate leaders subject to the action of the 1917 for adjournment of Congress. to-day- 's Republican primary. Mr. Patteintroduction son needs no this to the Republicans of county, as he has been an active party man since before he reached his majority. He is perfectly familiar with the office of sheriff, having been a deputy for two years under his father, Capt. 0. B. Patteson. Some yearslaf ter the death of his father he became a candidate for Sheriff on the Republican ticket, was nominated and elected, and we dojno man an injustice when we say that the county never had a Jmore diligent officer. He again asks the office from his party, promising that should he be nominated and elected, he will use his best endeavors to carry out the duties of tbe office to the letter. Mr. Patteson is known to be a gentleman of unquestionable integrity, a good business man, who will not neglect his duties. He will have no pets, but will hugh to the line, in obedience to the oath he will take. He will be thankful for your support, and in the meantime he hopes to personally meet all his friends in the county before the primary. The Railroad solution is in statu quo, but we are expecting new developments of importance in the next 10 days. Final arrangements for the acceptance by President Wilson of Lincoln Farm at Hodgenville September 4 were announced last Wednesday by Chairman Bullitt. The strike of 6,000 miners in District No. 23, Western Kentucky, was called off last Wednesday at a convention of the The plan, as formulated in conferences provides that no important legislation be considered at the present session excepting the shipping, revenue, employers' liability and supply bills and conference reports, with a view to adjournment by the end of this month. It would eliminate the corrupt practices bill and the bill to enlarge the Interstate Commerce Commission. Senate Republicans in conference Friday were to act on the proposal which had been submitted in writing by the Democratic Steering Committee. It already has been favorably received by the Republican Steering Committee and prospects were that it would be agreed to by the party conference. WAR SITUATION London, Aug. 9 (11:38 a. m.). German airships raided the east coast of England and the southeast coast of Scotland, according to an official statement issued by the War Office. Three women and a child were killed and fourteen persons injured. The text of the statement follows: 'A hostile airship crossed the east coast of England at an early hour. Another airship is reported to have visited the southeast coast of Scotland. The raiders did not penetrate far inland, but dropped a number of bombs in various localities near the coast. "At several places the airships were engaged by guns, and driven off from their objectives. Reports received up to the present show that three women and one child were killed and fourteen persons injured. anti-aircra- ft He crossed the Vosges mountains and the Black Forest of Germany. "North of the River Somme was marked by violent counterattacks on the part of the enemy against the positions conquered by us yesterday and the day before north of Hem wood. Theseendeavors were broken by our fire.. They cost the Germans heavy losses and were repulsed except at one point, where the enemy succeeded in reoccupying one of our trenches. A French attack shortly afterward resulted in the recapture of a larger part of the lost ground. Our advance in the trenches still occupied by the enemy is being actively continued with hand grenades. "Between the Hem wood and the river the Germans have bombarded with heavy caliber shells the new French positions which we were organizing. "In the region of Chaulnes the artillery fighting has continued on the Avre with intensity, particularly between Lihons and the Chaulnes railroad. Here the Germans attacked our lines and at one point they penetrated into our advance positions. An imwith the mediate counter-attac- k bayonet drove them out. "On the right bank of the River Meuse there was fighting part of last night around the Thiaumont work. Here the enemy gained a further footing, after numerous attacks which were repulsed by us. We are in possession of the immediate outskirts of this work, which our artillery is now bombarding with energy. In the village of Fdeury we have made some progress with hand grenades. An attack of the enemy upon the trenches wood has in the been repulsed after spirited fighting. J o'clock. ' Vaux-Chapit- re Only intermittent cannonading in the neighborhood of Fleu-rVaux and Chapitre is reported from the Verdun sector. y, Fifteen battles in the air took place on the Somme front. One German aeroplane is reported to have been destroyed and two forced to descend inside the French lines. French machines dropped 413 bomb3 on various railroad stations. The text of the statement follows: Substitutes. Demand the Genuine Coca-Co- la Bottling Works Campbellsville, "North of the River Somme French troops Jast night made progress in the country to the J". 33. Joints BTp w w A5vD Paris, Aug. 10. north of .Hem wood, increasing at the same time to 100 the number of prisoners made in this region. Furthermore we captured six machine guns. The operations were hindered by the rain and fog. "South of the River Somme a German reconnoitering party which was endeavoring t o reach our lines by means of flaming liquids was dispersed by our fire at a point to the west of Vermandovillers. "On the right bank of the Meuse there have been intermit tent bombardments in the re gion of Fleury, Vaux and Chap itre. "In the Vosges a surprise at tack on the part of the enemy, preceded by a bombardment, up on a salient of our lines to the northwest of Altkirck was with out success and resulted in losses to the assailants. Berlin, Aug. 10. Attacks by both the British and the French on the German lines in the Somme region yesterday and last night were repulsed, according army headquarters to statement. Operations on the western front are recorded in the statement as follows. "Artillery fighting between the Ancre" and the Somme is continuing with great intensity. Further prog- - British attempts at attacks near to-da- y's UNDERTAKER EMBALMER COLUMBIA, ICY. Any kind of Coffin or Casket made ready to send oat in a few minutes alter receiving order. No extra charse for hearse. AH kinds of Robes on hand. Over Cumberland Grocery Co Home Phone 52 A Foxes $1.75 to Coons 75c 2.00 Each. to SI each. Send them to W. T. Hodgen Campbellsville, Ky. were suppressed by our fire. The number of unwounded British prisoners that have fallen into our hands since August 8 has increased to thirteen officers and 500 men. "Between Maurepas and the Somme eight stubborn French attacks during the afternoon and night failed. "On the right bank of the Meuse (Verdun front) on infantry activity is Lassigny and Combres; 138 shells on the station at Dugny; 40 at Appilly; 38 shell thrown down upon a battery in action in the region of Noyon: 15 upon the railroad station at Bazancourt; 92 upon the stations of Spincourt and Damvillers and on surrounding bivouacs, a total of 413 Bazentin-le-Pet- it THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS as. Mr. W. G. ClelJaM, of Lebanon, was here a few days kince. Judge W. "W. Jones and Mrs. Jones, Mr. G. R. Reed and Trs "RJ motored to and spent several dajs in Louis-las- t week. Miss Mary Miller will return from a visit to Miss Roxey Fau'kenburg, Jamestown, this week. Mr. W. R. Myers, spent six weeks in Chicago, has returned home. It will be some days before Mrs Myers t 4,40"&e0'frB"0 i-- .&" t 4"6M6BM&$$4"'& mfflnimnfflmfflimmminm N. M. uu - u- u Tutt G. R. Ree returns. E. Harris, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harris, was quite sick with chicken-po- x last week Mr. J. L. Gaskin was here from Rus"W. The Jeffries Hard ware Store 4 ADue Note or Account? July 1st is Pay Day for Fertilizer and Tillage Machinery. Do your duty and don't wait for a V' Statement. 4 ran 140 & ree REAL JESTAJJJE DEALERS Offer the following Property fonx: Sale: FARM LAND acres of good lime stone landj" well watered, good dwelling and out buildings on public road, and in a good-- " neighborhood. Price S4,200.00, ona half cash, the balance on easy terms- This farm lies six miles S. E. of Columbia, Ky. TIMBER LAND acres timer land (white oak tire- ber cut off). Price for timber $00,-lan- d 8500. Can sell timber without, land if purchaser wants it. Lies miles east of Columbia, Ky. 50 4--- sell Springs a few days aero. Miss Bess Purdy of Bradrordsville, Ky., visiting Miss Winnie DeHoney. MJss Pheoba Phillips, of Bardstown, visited her cousin, Mrs. Ray Conover, last week. Mr. K. T. Mercer, Columbia postmaster, was quite sick last week. Mrs. Loren Bradley and two children, May and Paul, have returned home from a visit to Russell Co Mr. Ben T. Hines, wife and children, and Miss Toria Elrod, of Somerset, visited at the home of Mr. Walter Elrod last week. Mesdames Ben O'Rear, of Monroe North Carolina, S. D. Allen, Chattanooga, Tenn., daughters of Mrs. Walter Elrod, are visiting at the home of their mother. Mr. J. E. Allen, of Danville, was here last week, en route to his old home, Burkesville. On his return he will spend a day at the Columbia Fair. Mr. J. H. Goff was in Louisville --- 4444444444444 4444444444444 t 4 4 Mr. R. A. Thomas, of Lebanon, was Q here lastJFriday. FARM k Mr. G. A.lSmith, who was sick for 159 acies of lime stone land, goodx? view of our Plant Birdseve about five weeks, has about fully redwelling and outbuildings, well watercovered. EHe has been about town for ed and very desirable place for a home. some days and says that he has a fine 1 Lies 4 miles N. W. of Columbia, Ky., , appetite and feels like he will be himon publicjroad. Price $4,500. self again in a very short time. FARM Mr. Cap Cardin, Munfordville, and 156 acres located 4J miles N. W. Co- Mr. W. 1. Meader, Campbellsville, last week. lumbia, Ky., Good dwelling, two good" t Mr. W. R. Golf was in Burkesville paid Columbia a visit last week. barns and other outbuildings, visit' Miss Corinne Breeding has returned last week. watered, in good state of cultivation from a visit to Campbellsville. about 20 acres in timber, all good land Mr. B. L. Simpson, Burkesrille, was and a desirable home. Price 34,500. Messrs. G. W. Robinson, Frank here Friday, en route to Louisville. Mr. W. A. Coffey accompanied him Vigus, Zach Campbell, and Rich Gris-soTOWN PROPERTY all of Elida, N. M., and former from this place. Nine room two story dwelling arra"i e Prof. R. R. Moss and little daughter, Columbians, arrived the first of the lot, situated on one of the best Maxine, Mi. J. R. Fertine and wife, week. They received cordial greetings streets in Columbia, near the-of Little Rock, Ark., and Miss Katie from every body. square, barn and out buildings. A? . Mr. J. H. Scales, representing the Murrell spent last Wednesday after. very desirable home. A bargain Louisville Herald, ana G. A. Peake, noon at Griffin Springs. Price on application. j1 syg Mr. Walter Sullivan and wife re- Kentucky Magazine, same city were 115 Acres of good land in a goodv " here last Saturday. turned from Louisville a few days ago. neighborhood, good buildings on pubMiss Rose Hyed, came down from Mr. and Mrs. Tim Cravens, of lic road, about 8 miles south of Colum- arrived last Friday after- Jamestown with Miss Alva Knight bia. Price $1,600. (Bargain) noon, and will remain during the spending Saturday and part of Sunday with her mother. Dixie." in 40 Acres lime stone land, very good-rFair. Mr. Edwin Cravens and wife buildings, desirable place to live, 44 . Mrs. W. A. Coffey arrived home met them with an auto at Edmonton. miles south of Columbia. Price $1,6Q&. Mr. W. F. Hancock and wife and from an extended visit to Illinois Saturday afternoon. House and Lot: House with Mrs. Sallie Bradshaw, came in from Incorporated good out buildings, good water Rev. J. T. McCormack and wife Louisville the latter part of last week. and other conveniences, just out or Mr. Hancock, who has been afflicted have been visiting relatives in the town limits. Price 8850. county for ten days. for several months, is improving. Mr. Jack Conover and wife arrived Mrs. C. M. Barnett and her little House with 9 rooms just out of town., daughter, Mary Nell, left for their froraJNebraska Saturday two shops, all buildings good, compar home, Mt. Vernon, 111., Friday morn.Mr. E. W. Reed leftFrTday"for Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, tively new. Price 81,900. ing. Louisville, to consult a specialist. He Farm: 50 acres on White Oak creel:' Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Mr. W. R. Myers made a business was accompanied by his son, Mr. G. miles N. W. Plumpolnt, one halt R Reed. trip to Monticello last week. timber balance in cultivation, 12 acres Mr. J.;F Logan,his wife and daughMrs. Zora Rowe and her son, in bottom, buildings tolerable good, Mrs. Geo. Banks and daughter good orchard and spring. Price $700. came up from Red Lick last ter, MissJDorothy, and son, Edgar, of Tobacco in Adair is about ready to Tuesday, and will remain for the fall MacombJUl., are here on a visit. Mr. be cut. A larje crop was put out and Virginia, of Dallas, Texas, are 40 Acres of land unimproved (cheaj Logan is a native of Adair and has with the exception of a few patches schools. residence) lying 3 miles N. W. of Co- years. He that were damaged by hail, it is look- visiting the family of S. G. lumbia. Price S600.00. Mr. Arthur Bishop and wife, of been in Illinois twenty-fiv- e , Indianapolis, Ind., and Mr. W. S. has filled the position of Deputy cir- ing well all over the county Perhaps Banks. 30 Acres land, good new residence, : Feese and wife, of Louisville, are vis- cuit clerk, and was township super- there will be more Burley than dark. Mr. Tom B. Grant who has good springs, a good well. Price STOO. years. He is now farming. Burley brings a better price and many iting the family of Mr. H. C. Feese visor two 3J miles N. W. of Columbia. and attending the Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Elam Perkins, Mrs farmers have turned their attention been in a bad state of health for the past four months is improv$S00 for house and lot near the pubMessrs. Valois and Albert Williams, Charles B. Kobart, and daughter, to that variety. Okla., are visiting their Louisville, Misses Byrd and Katchleen ing slowly. Mr. Grant is a fine lic square, good garden, good well, of Stillwater, mother, Mrs. Herlena Williams, this Kelly, Lebanon, Miss Cecilia Smith man and we would be glad to see barn &c. Desirable place and is worths For Sale. the money asked. city. Mr. Albert Williams' wife has Simms, Ky.. who are sojourning at him out again. Griffin Springs, motored ro Columbia been here for several weeks. $1,500 for 5SJ acres of land lying 2 One four year old Brown Shetland Two threshing machines have Mi. Carsie Hammonds and wife, last Saturday. miles S. W. of the town of Columbia, Messrs. J. A. Stayton, E E. Walker, pony, good looker and perfectly gentle. been in our community for the near the Glasgow road, new 5 room-bo(nee Miss Ina Doboney,) of Lexington, sixty-fivdollars ($65) if sold at past week. We certainly visited relatives in the county last James Richardson and F. F. Cunning- Price house, good barn, good well have once. Jno. Hugh Smith, C. Browing, Milltown, ham, all of Casey Creek, Ky., passed week. Mrs. J. 25 acres in meadow, 25 acres fine wheat but it did not turn Campbellsville. Ky. sister of Mrs. Hammonds, accompan-e- d through this city Tuesday on their ballance in timber. out so well as did last year. The way to Sand Lick Spring and Cumberthem to Columbia Thursday. cash the balance on time to suit purcorn is the finest we ever had. Land for Sale. chaser Mrs. E. O Cheatham, of Bakerton, land River looking after their health Mrs. Riah Murrell, who has was taken dangerously sick one day and the finney tribes that inhabit To Buy. been sick for the past four recently, and her father, Mr. J. H. the Cumberland. They had their camping outfit loaded on a wagon I have 82 acres of land for sale, a months, is gradually growing Abont 10 acres of land near Column- Young, brother, Robt Young and with a bed fashioned after the old part of the Ben Grant farm, 41 miles wife, and Mrs. Sam Williams, of this weaker. Mrs. Murrell has been bia to make a home. pioneer style which brought some of from Columbia. county, were called to her bedside. living here since the Civil war. 25 or 30 acres of land, cheap build? -best citizens of North Carolina to Abner Brockman, Absher, Ky. She? soon got better, and the relatives the She was always kind to the sick. ings, will give five or six hundred dol- this State The sight of this old style of this county have returned. covered wagon reminded the older Her sister, Mrs. E. B Cheatham lars Cane Valley. Rev. S. G. Shelly was called to citizens of olden times when . it was of Milltown, is at her bedside. Louisville last Wednesday where a common to see Emigrates going meeting of the Presiding Elders was through this city to the West. Mr. Finley Littrell was here is held, in the interest of Church work. hoped that they will meet with It Capt. E. C. Page of Frankfort last week, trom Magnolia, where sucThe meeting was presided over by the cess on their trip. j he is logging with Chas. Herri-for- d. was here last week. Bishop of the Louisville Conference. Mr. G. P. Smythe and. Mr. Sam F. Mrs. Susie Kate Watson of Mrs. Nancy Paxton, of White, former Columbians, who have Dallas Texas, is visiting relatives lots with the people of cast their Green county, is visitBradentown, Fla., both doing well, ing her son C. P. Paxton, at this here. arrived, on a visit, the first of the place. For Sale. week. Their many friends were glad KT5T- . Messrs. Ira and Jimmie Vaug-hamato see and shake their hands. Mr. Mrs. Coy Dudgeon and children in Louisville, looking 1 wish-tSmythe, as his home people know, has sll a good work horse. of Lebanon, were visiting the built up a fine practice at the law, good suyrey, spring wagon and buggy. for a location, They will work family of R. R. T. Dudgeon, last uiiuuuuumiiiuutuuiuiiuui J. V. White, and Mr. White is engaged in publish-ba- g with Belknap Co. 41-w week. good one. Columbia. Kvl a. paper, a HMMMM ..! -- -- res-deuc- sfwlAj mSBSS' Tomp-kinsvill- e, -- "Largest V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. sis-room- s, Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Stair Kin-nair- d, -- x e in-ya- rd Want Additional Locals. Roll-ingbur- g, re COLUMBIA., - 2t THE ADAIR; COUNTY.'NEWS Kecttence Phone 13 B 4 Business Phoe 18 A What Wilson Avoided. Mrs. Henry Smith, of Wina-ma- c, jfc!V DR. J. in an unmarked grave in Flanders or France. New York World. Will Sloan's Liniment Relieve Pain? Latest Fashion Notes. One of the smart sport coats HENRY N. MURRELL DENTIST W DEPP, DENTIST OfBcr, Front rooms 'b Jeffries BTd'g Ind., wrote a letter to Try it and see one application will President Wilson complaining of prove more than a column of claims. James S. Ferguson, Phila., Pa. writes: the hardships her son was com- "I have had wonderful relief since I up Stairs. Columbia, . - Kentucky J. H. Stone J. B. Stone TIN WORK. used pelled to undergo as a member To Sloan's Liniment on my knees. think after all these years of pain of the National Guard on duty one application gave me relief. Many thanks for what your remedy has done in Texas. for me." Don't keep on suffering, apThe President in his reply, has ply Sloan's Liniment where your pain is and notice how quick you get relief. explained to her that the Nation- Penetrates without rubbing. Buy it Adv. Paull Drug Co. al Guard is at the border "not at is made of striped Palm Beach Am permanently located in Co lumbia. cloth made up diagonally. There is a high collar buttoned snugly All Classes of Dental work done. Crow dge and Inlay work a Specialty. and a cape falling over the for the purpose of drill, but for I am prepared to do any kind of Tin the purpose of protecting proWork, Hoofing, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stores, Galvanized tecting the country," and he Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other "cannot believe that the men of thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call the National Guard would wish at my shop if you need anythin6in my to be excused from it, or would line or repair work in tinorsheetiron. lose heart because of the dis Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. comforts and inconvenience of S. E. Bridgwaters, the service." If Mrs. Henry Smith were a wise woman she would not be ) DENTAL writing to the President bewailDr. Triplet! ing the trifling hardships to which her son is obliged to subDENTIST mit as a member of the National DRUG CO. OVER PAULL Guard. She would be down on her knees thanking God that the Columbia, Ky. President it exerting every honRES PHONE 2D. OFFICE PHO.NI orable effort to bring about a peaceful solution of the difficulWELL DRILLER ties with Mexico, and that her boy is not already out on the fir I will drill wells in Adair and ing line with the boys of 400,000 other American mothers. adjoining counties. See me be The hardships to which the Latest imfore contracting. NationallGuard is subjected on proved machinery of all kinds. the Texas lrontier are about Pump Repairing Done. Give equal to the hardships of an ordinary strenuous vacation in the me a Call. Maine or the Minneasota woods, C. YATES but war is serious business. When Mrs. Henry Smith thinks about the petty inconveniences to whichlihee son is subjected, let her thinklalso of the millions of boys in Europe who are in the Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist trenches and who are dying daiEye Specialist ly by the thousands and in the Special attention given Diseases of all midstjof the most ghastly warDomestic Animals fare known to human history. OTTO-ICE- Miscarriage of Justice. shoulders. Japanese seaweeds hats, faced with stripes, are in good style. Usually they are simply trimmed with applied flowers cut from linen, or with a little worsted embroiders. Blue and white striped taffeta shirred on as a binding finishes Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. (Lowe's AH Shoe Store Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer he Adair CountyNews and One hears some stories, tall a white Panama hat for sport and short, interesting and other- wear. The trimming is a bow of blue silk. wise, while traveling by train. The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One James The other evening several miners entered a smoking compartment, and immediately opened conversation with an elderly gentleman, who told them of a glaring miscarriage of justice in connection with a police court case in which he was greatly inter-este- Yellow corduroy facings and pockets trim a black satin bath- d. Then one of the miners chimed in. He said he knew a man who was sentenced to three months' hard labor for picking up a rope. His friends ridiculed the statement, but the narrator stuck to his words" "Perhaps he was an 'old hand,'" suggested the elderly gentleman. "No, he wasn't," persisted the miner. "In fact, he was never in a police courf before." J. "What kind of rope was it, then?" "Usual sort about six yards long." Still the company was unconvinced. The train stopped at a stationand the miner made towards the door. Then he turned and added, significantly: L. H. Jones "You see, the magistrate happened to find out that there was Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Let her thinkfof the boys lying a horse at the end of the rope." Jamestown road. on the field with arms blown off, Phone 114 G. or legs blown off, or faces blown Three bombs exploded beneath Columbia, Ky. off, perishing in horrible agony the floor of the "Menace" buildfor thellackofjmedical assistance ing in Aurora, Mo. The Menpublica-tiowhich cannot reach them. ace is an Stone, & Let her think of the million of boys in Europe who after this Attoney-At-Lawar is over will be crippled for In a forest fire, which has raghours in life or with health scattered ed for forty-eigJ Will 'practice in doomed to eke out a wretched Northern Ontario, many towns this and adjomins -- ounties. were wiped out, and two hunexistence as hopeless invalids. Kentucky Jamstown, : Let her think of the millions dred lives were lost. of mothers who are worrying bed A terrific explosion that cause their boys have to eat army debris for miles around ocrations, but who are worried day curred in New York City early and night lest they will never see Sunday morning. Property valLand Owners Attention. their boys again alive. ued at $20,000 was destroyed. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do Let her try to visualize the An investigation into the cause hourly terrors of a war in which your Surveying correctly. of the same is being made, and 8,000,000 or 10,000,000 men have He has thirty-thre- e years three persons are held. already been killed or wounded experience. Charges reamost of them boys like her boys. The French Government sent sonable. Phone 74 or Then let her remember that to neutral Powers of the, word a write except for the statesmanship of protest against Germany's treatpopulation in French T. C. Faulkner, Woodrow Wilson the body of her ment ot the departments occupied by the own son might be laying today Columbia. Ky. Teuton allies. anti-Cathol- ic ing suit. Blue and black stripped taffeta cut on the bias forms a charming buthing suit. There is a wide ruche at the hem of blue silk to match the blue stripe. A charming street frock is made of white crepe de chine, cut with a sort of Russian bodice heavily trimmed with white soutache braid. Foulard is in good style, and as it is one of the most serviceable fabrics imaginable, many women have taken it up for d summer frocks. Stripes are as much worn by children as by their mammas and big sisters usually a siriped skirt is made with a plain white or colored blouse to give the best results. White bead trimming is the feature of a sport suit of white pongee. The white beaded nets are in high favor for evening wear. The upstanding frill around the neck that is cut away a bit at the shoulder is still featured in some of the imported frocks of silk and satin. Yellow silk sweaters seemed to blaze the way for the vogue, and now there are yellow and white striped sports clothes, and attractive frocks of yellow combined with white or some other hard-worke- Year , For Only $1.35 Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekiy Enquirer Is It Is Issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it Is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnlng 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- - Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome. farm or business man. Thi3 srrand Offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Brocaded silk for girdles, and other trimmings i3 in demand. It gives the same sort of touch of color that embroidery does, if skillfully used, and, of course, it is far less work to tuck in a bit of brocade than it is to embroider even a simple pattern by hand. Velvet ribbon is smart for girdle. Organdie neckwear retains its fashion. It is made not only in white, but in rose, violet, yellow and blue. Doing His Day's Work. Militarist attacks upon President Wilson's foreign policy have elicited the following anecdote as a parallel, from a correspondent in The New Republic. General Palmer, who records the story, was talking to President Lincoln at the White House in 1865: "I said: 'Mr. Lincoln, if I had known at Chicago that this great rebellion was to occur, I would not have consented to go to a town like Springfield, e lawyer, and and take a make him President.' "Mr. Lincoln pushed the barber from him, turned the chair, and said in an excited manner: 'Neither would I, Palmer. If we had a great man for the Presidency, one who had an inflexible policy and stuck to it, this rebellion would have succeeded, and the Southern Confederacy would have been established. All that I have done is, that I have striven to do my duty today, with the hope that when comes, I will be ready one-hors- color. Veils attached to the hat are n. Stone w ht arranged in many ways. Sometimes there is a short veil arranged almost like a frill at the back of the hat. The same arrangement is sometimes made across the front of the hat. Long veils attached to the top of the hat crown float over the shoulders and many veils hang like last year's trains, at one side only. Some of the new hats show a e one-hors- Survey mg scat-tere- front flare in the brim. It turns up and flares back over the face to give a line that is most coming. be- Buttons, skillfully used, are one of the most effective sumOne clever mer trimmings. plan is to fasten the wide tabs of flaring collars down with big and striking buttons. Deep Vinsets of tucks and in- - sertions of lace, the insets outlined with narrow ruches of silk, are used for trimming1 tkffeta petticoats. for it!'" to-morr- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS M at x n x St X SS U Ol at n Ml It Always Helps Short Stops. Politeness, like paint, is often spread on for effect. Stick to the farm young man and its wealth will stick to you. A general rule is now, go slow, don't hurry and do not exhaust yourself. New York has had to date 1853 cases of infantile paralysis and 769 deaths. Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KENTUCKY, says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give I CHEVROLET? 3 AGENT FOR f 1 'f -- V CARDUI The Woman's Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. ---l Keep a good front all the time. A millionaire is the only man With Genuine Enthusiasm introduces to your kind consideration the Chevrolet "Baby Grand", a Five Passenger Touring.Car. See who can afford to look seedy. It and you will Want It. Want It and you will Buy It. Write for The weather is too indescriba- Cuts and Specificatifns. Write for the Car Itself. We will send it to you for you to see it. bly hot fot the collection of a deal of local news this week. The daily expenses of the war, for England alone, now amount to $30,000;000 with ho eight hours and no days off. Anyway, it is better to go down to defeat with a clear conscience than to victory and not to be able to sleep at night. A woman with a face MOTOR OARS Get a Bottle Today! 122 169 If &J - ml Ml i&L smi smj mj M) m) smj smi smj ygJ Wise or Otherwise. Fly Don't. Some men sow cents and reap dollars. A wise bride mother-in-law- 's borrows cook book. her house. Don't tolerate flies. Don't allow them in Don't allow like a Beauty is a veil that hides many feminine imperfections. A white lie doesn't travel far before it gets a black eye. It doesn't take a smart baby long to outgrow its smartness, Brevity may be either the soul of wit or the poverty thereof. Being remembered in a will is as uncertain as an unlaid egg. One can't blame a liar for doubting nearly every tale he hears. Marriage is a failure for a leap year girl who proposed in vain. A bride always thinks her husband clever because he married her. On the programme of human events women are consolation race. dried herring gets as much pleasure out of admiring the hats in a them on your millinery store as a pretty girl does. your Price $750.00, Factory. Complete with Electric Starter and Electric Lights that Light. fgp- premises. or manure to accumulate on your A Connecticut minister, a grad uate of Yale, has resigned his lot or near it. charge, which paid him $6,000 Don't allow dirt in your house. a year, to go to work in a muniLook in the corners, behind the tions factory at $4 a day. doors and furniture, under stairs A man whose wife has worked and beds. Remove the cuspidors. In brief, keep the house herself to death to help him along clean. thinks he has done his.duty when Don't allow flies near food es- he has "At Rest" carved on her pecially milk. gravestone. Don't buy foodstuffs where Cut the weeds. flies are allowed. When You Have a Cold. Don't eat where flies are Give it attention, avoid exposure, be " found. ' regular and careful of your diet, als Don't allow garbage, rubbish The Royal Mail, a Roadster of Wonderfu' 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 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. commence,taking Dr. King's New Dis covery. It contains Fine-TaAnti septic Oils and Balsams. Is slightly laxative. Dr. King's New Discovery in your neigh- eases your cough, soothes your throat nuisance and bronchial tubes, checks your cold, bathing suit that shrinks borhood. A starts to clear your head. In a short every time it is worn may not be time you know your cold is better. Germany's Peace Aims. immodest. Its the standard family cough syrup Some men will even go to in use over 40 years. Get a bottle at There are indications that once. Keep it in the house as a cold church on Sunday rather than more freedom in the discussion insurance. Sold at Paull Drug Co. stay at home. Don't forget the screens. Don't forget to write to the Board of Health if there is a fly-breed- ing r, jMMMMwMSimMwMMMwMMwMmMMwMMMMMMmMMwi iflBCfe I A man never knows what is of war aims will be granted i What Has Become of Them? coming to him until he gets it in the immediate future in Germany. The German National the neck. man who The fun you committee begins a great speakMost of the used to go home to lunch. have in this life is downright ing campaign soon with a list of d Those neckties with foolishness. speakers,, including many of the flowers on them. most prominent men in GerThe party who used to take Your Bowels Should Move Once a Day. many. peppermint drops to church. A free easy movement of the bowels At the same time "the indeevery day is a sign of good health. Dr. The statesman who U3ed to will give yoa a pendent committee for obtaining Zing's New Life Pills chew "Pride of the Gravel gentle laxative effect without griping an honorable peace" will open Train." andjfree your system of blood poisons, person who The purify your blood, overcome constip- the activities and the committee ation andihave an excellent tonic ef- on the guiding principles for the thought dancing was a sin. fort onjtha.entire system. Makes you was to a lasting peace will conmeer h o s e nana-carvOnly 25c at Paull feelHke living. schaum cigar holders vene in Munich. Adv. Drug Co. The Presidential candidate who The Lokal Anzeiger says: county fiscal thought it undignified to make The Warren "Discussion of the peace aims is stump speeches. court Saturday let the contract not yet permitted, We assume The torchlight processions and foe resurfacing eight miles of that following the proclamations the oilcloth uniforms. tke Dixie Highway. of the German national comOn account of the excessive Smith was shot and mittee the government now conClarence heat many factories in Milwaukilled by J. B. Canter at Ver- siders that the time has come to kee are running at night to sailles following a quarrel they let down the bars on the avoid the higher temperature of hours before. hid several daytime. old-fashioned so-call- ed Adv. Price $550.00 complete, Factory. Alfojthe "Four-NinetRoadster $550.00 Factory. y" After long and carefullconsideration 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, Comfortable and Easy Riding. We received the first car load last Saturday, we sold them out in three days. We have others. hand-painte- rooDSoisr Steady Gains Apparent. It seems that while there have lewis Such names as Pozieres and old-fashion- ed l ea -- been losses of ground on both sides, the general effect ef the drive of the Allies has been an advance for the' Allies and recession by the Germans. When we take into consideration that the Germans were the originators ef the war and the inaugu-rator-s of the fighting, "and that they started out as a conuuerlng nation and acted from the first on the offensive, the full significance of the gaining of ground by the Allies can b understood. Journal. Erzingan mean nothing to the average reader. All of us intend to study the war maps from day to day, but most of us, from day to day, omit 4o carry our resolutions into effect But any-owho reads the papers from day to day will see that the Allies so far have been slugging the Germans terrifically, and that the offensive has become a defensive. That looks like the beginning of the end of the German effort to get a place in the somebody's else. State sun ne 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS There is no serious sickness here. Mr. G. F. Jones, who had been an invalid for two years, has about recovered his health. He is now looking fine, and walks a mile into town nearly every day. He is jovial and it is said that he and his son, are thinking of making some kind of business, on the square. The parties who broke jail here, some two months ago, have not been apprehended, and' if there is an effort made to locate them, it is not publicly known. There is talk of several bran-da- y distilleries starting in the county. It would be better for the young men of the county if the farmers would dry their Ab-ner, HE FORGETS BUT SHE REMEMBERS Wife Lindsey - Wilson Training School A Safe Place to Put Your Children 4-- , Recalls Wonderful Remedy When This Man Had TERM: OPENS SEPT. 1916. Failed. " "My wife and "Maniac for a long time," said Amos '"Sepzler, of 29 Schaeffer street, O. Day-to- n, I had been discussing "We were both attracted by the wonderful endorsements it had re- - .t:eived I had suffered from indigestion, constant dull headache, and bad circulation for nearly a year. Every v morning I awoke with a coated tongue "Aacfi bad taste in my mouth. I tired under small exertion, I was bilious and .suffered from a general lassitude, In short, I was 'down and out ' 'I believe Tanlac would be good in jour case,' said my wife at supper one I didn't know whether it fruit. "would or not, but I decided to try it. Mr. T. C. Taylor and wife, of iHowever, I forgot, But not so my wife. The next night when I sat down Campbellsville, visited at Rus2o supper my wife had put a bottle of sell Springs last week, Mrs. TayS?E.nlac at my plate. --- -- Boys and Girls are under our personal care at all times. nis courts, basket ball floor, track, etc 5. -- started taking it right then. lor's former home. She and her at my plate for every husband were given cordial oieal. I have taken two bottles and Your contributor 1t has done wonders for me. My ap- greetings. petite is better than in years. The understands that Mrs. Taylor is of my food is good. I have r ao more of the old, fierce headaches well pleased with her new home, that even strong headache powders but she delights in visiting the would not stop. I do not tire even Springs where she spent a num a hard day's work. My entire system has been toned up and I know ber of years ot her life. Mr. Taylor is doing a thriving busiit. "I am recommending Tanlac be- ness at Campbellsville where he cause it does the work." Mr. Hepzler is an attache of the is a leading merchant. . great Maxwell Motor Company plant, Miss Rose Hyde, of Columbia, 'where scores of his fellow workers nave noted the improvement in his who is one of Prof. M. H. Bercondition, nard's assistants, in the Graded "Tanlac is now being especially in-- - school, is very much liked here. troduced in Columbia at the Page & The school is prospering under Hamilton drug store. C Moore & Co., Gresham; C. H. its T. present management, as Jarvis fe Son, Coburg: L. G. Wilcox, Prof. Bernard is a fine disciplinaT3sie; J. P. Miller & Son, Crocus. sTjE. E. Loy, Olga. rian and a most excellent oSow Tanlac is "I 2. New Brick Dormitories, Electric Lights, Water Works, Bath and Steam Heat. 3. Location Healthful and Beautiful. 4. Ten acre campus, good athletic field, ten Thorough courses. Our graduates en ter the best colleges and universities without Good moral and religious influences but 6. not secterian. Book-keepin- g, COURSES: Training, Normal, Intermediate, Primary pression, Voice, Art. Ex- - "-w- ith Compare our advantages with the best and our rates with the lowest. MOSS & CHANDLER, ; Columbia, Ky. Here is a Good Place to Stop for Little Money Mrs. Rena Gist and her family will leave in a short time for the state of Texas where they expect to locate for awhile. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Dowell LOUISVILLE Main Street Beetween HOTEL 6 & 7tli Adv. visited relatives near East Fork last Saturday and Sunday. We are glad to note that the Louisville, Kentucky. The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on the American and European Plan AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms Without Bath but with Hot and Cold Runninjj Water. Single. $2 00 per day; 2 people. $2 75 Room3 (With Meals) 50 50 - " 2 30 SCO "" "" 00 each Jamestown. Since the institute this town is &back in its normal state. I was a lively place while the institute was in session. The new Methodist church iTbuildinp;, on Columbia street, is waearing completion. It is not a Uarge edifice but will be quite handsome. 'Mr. N. B. Faulkenburg, who r iis in the real estate business, has -- 3o!d several farms, as the writer .nas 'been informed, securing good prices for che owners. . It a very short time road working in earnest will commence in 'Russell county. Good pikes is v needed in this county more than - anything else. Jamestown would ' &e a busy point if the county nad good roads. They are coming, the automobiles will "bring them. There are now forty machines in the - county-anone or moreispur- - chased weekly. Knight & Wool- - dridge seem to be the leading 'Sealers, and the Ford is the f v vorite for this country. --- spirit of improvement is work ing our people in the way of We are needing rain. making better roads. We can The warmest weather of the truly say that there is all ready a great improvement on the road season was last week. J. D. Lowe, the popular shoe from this place to Bliss, but still man of Columbia, was in our there is room of a great deal more. midst last Thursday. Mr". L. H. Fielders made a The cases of typhoid fever in this community are all better at trip to Greensburg last week and informed us that everything this time. Mrs. Lizzie Grissom spent a was moving along quietly over few days with her relatives in in that section. this community last week. W. L. Fletcher and wife, in Gradyville. Front Rooms Single 2 23 2people. 2 50 2 people. " " Single 3 00 per day; 2 people. 2 75 " Single 3 30 per day; -- people. 3 00 " 50Rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Room3 Without Batw but with Hot and Cold Running Water. Single. 51 00 per day; 2 people $0 75 each (Without Meals) ToRooms Single. 1 23 per day; 2 people 1 CO each 50 Rooms Single. 1 50 per day; 2 people 125each 50 Front Rooms 50 Rooms Rooms With Private Bath: Rooms with Private Bath: i 350 Rooms 50 Rooms Single, 1 Single, 2 50 00 per day; 2 people 123 each per day: 2 people 150eacli THE OLD INN, Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 and up. Ky., Cor. 6th and Main Sts. EUROPEAN l?IjA.Tr OZsTXTST Rooms With Private Bath, $1.50 up. Louis, The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are Located in the Wholesale District and only walk to the retail district and theaters. a three-block- 's Louisville Hotei and Old Inn Company, Props. uncle Lewis Quite a number from this place company with attended county court at Colum- Moore, passed through here the first of tHe week en route for bia last Monday week. We are having plenty of hog Columbia to visit their relatives. cholera with our hogs in this section at this time. Strong Hill is thinking of putting in a Roller mill at Pickett or Sparksville. He has not decided which place it will go. The reunion at Weed two days ITOR COOL DRUNTKS GO TO L. M. Young's Cafe Running day and Night Ice Cream? -- Electric Fans of last week for the benefit of Quick Service to Waiting Crowds. our old soldiers, was largely attended. Fine preaching every While at the Fair Visit YOUNG'S STAND foe Orange Aid and day and a good time in geranal prevailed with everyone present. d a-- - Tfrno t Miss Mary Miller, of Columbia, visited Miss Roxy will return Faulken-fcur- g, home this week. She has many friends in Jamestown. 'Miss Alva Knight will leave in .a'.few days, to attend the Columbia Fair. She will be the Sliest of Mrs. J. A. Hill. Be- -j sides Miss Knight a large dele- nation from this county will be t. m Columbia this week and will -- vx&ke in the Fair. W. L. Grady the':noted stockSam Mitchell and Clyde Crenshaw, our Sheriffs of Adair, at- man, of this part of Adair, attended the at Weed tended the Fair at Springfield last week and reported a fine last Thursday. time. While gone he bought a G. D. Vance, the prosperous very fine young horse one yaar merchant of Pyrus, has the finold, for which he paid $1,000. est crop of Burley tobaooo in that section. He has about Rev. W. C. Christie assisted twelve acres and it is about by Rev. Lee of Columbia, closed ready for the knife. last week a very interesting re The Adair Spoke Co., has mov- vival at Maple Hill church near ed all of their machinery from Mell, in which their were twenty this place to Columbia where two conversions as well as the they will begin business "again community greatly revived. in a few days. Rev. Christie is in revival Thos. Dowell lost a very valweek at Pickett chapel uable combined young mare one work this day last week. She was effected assisted by Rev. Wagoner, of uoiumpia. with fever. re-uni- on lp-BR rap i 1 ll A Jf HI 4iCB wf, m rii ii J 1 H??n HTvMf I J UnvmriK.ci In tha atmrKnhero of r.nltnrn ." and in Ideal surroundings. Lexington, i Ky., is the seat of culture, the university clty-t- he city ot ideal environs that are an Incentive to the highest idealism. So situated, the Lexington College ot Music with its faculty ot distinguished instructors in voice, clano, violin and other string instruments, brass instruments, theory, harmony, composition, teacher's training, public school music, dramatic art and painting, affords rare advantages to tho music student. Degrees conferred. Positions guaranteed. Terms and board reasonable. Summer term begins Juno 12. Fall term September 11. Write for catalogue. 1 U.W Lexiigtii MIete ! Miac 2?&g&E ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. against the estate of J. A. Chapman, deed. vs Adah J. Kelsey, etc, Deft. ) la compliance with an order of the Adair Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1916, in the above styled action, I will at nay office in the town of Columbia, Ky., from now until the 15th day of September 1916, receive claims together with proof of same, J. S. Helm, Aamr. etc, Pltf. ) 41-- 3t W. A, Coffey, M. C. A. C. C. Good Reading. Dr. J. T. Jones will send his book of 90 pieces in Prose and Verse, by mail, to anyone sending him a Postal Mone Order for 25 cents to Qlensfork, Ky. They arelon sale at The News office also.