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Bank of Columbia Elects Officers. these gentlemen claim a bond issue REJECTED SUITOR (Editoral.) mic Need leads. He also indicates that the powSHOOTS HIMSEF At a meeting of the stock-holdeThomas Melson, who shot and killed of The importance of good roads, their er is vested in theFiscal court As The idea that people should be prac- Thomas Smith, on Melson's Ridee. the Bank of Columbia, at its banking: to Mr. Wheeler's charge against our great worth to every body, their tically deprived of the right to buy the this county, twenty-fou- r years ago, is house on the 14th inst., the following effects on permanent property values, road Engineer we have no defense to make as we do not know his plans Butte City Youth Commits Sui- medicines they need, without first now a free man. Melson was only directors were elected for the ensuing their electrifying influence onthe enhunting up a doctor, and paying him eighteen years old when he did the year: ergies ofjpeople are so vital to thrift, neither are we well informed as to his cide With Girl's Picture in for permission to do so, could only pre- shooting, and in a day or two after W. W. Jones. resourses applicable to the roads. He industrially, socially, morally and invail among those ignorant of existing perpetrating the deed, he left the R. F. Paull. has the liberty to inform you. To reHis Grasp. tellectually that no man, nor set of conditions or whose judgment is war country, going to Arkansas and after James Garnett. lieve your mind of fears and doubts as men, will be allowed to appeal to prejped by interest or prejudice. Civili- remaining in that State seven or T. P. Duabar. well as Mr. Jeffries it is our duty to udice and passion without opposition, zation will as soon go back to grinding eigno years, he went to Texas. About Jno. W. Flowers. say that the voters and not1 the magis Special to the Union. to divert the minds of thinking people BUTTE CITY (Glenn Co.) Jan. 2 corn in a mortar as it will to the days two years ago he returned to his old Whereupon a meeting of the Board from an honest, painstaking investi- trates have the power to obligate the neanng the muffled report of a re- or the old apothecary shop. Improved home in this county, remained a short of Directors was called and the followgation as to means and methods of county by bond issue. volver in one of the rooms of the'Dyer methods, the great growth of popula- time and left. Just before Christ- ing officers elected: securing them. Certainly the buildhotel, Dr. Dozier and Chester Bailey tion with a correspondingly increased mas he again put in an appearance. W. W. Jones, President. A Girl's Wild Midnight Ride. ing of such roads will cost money, and rushed upstairs to find Edward Willis, demand, have resulted in improved The officers hearing that he was home, R. F. Paull, Vice President. as certain as any thing can be the To warn people of a fearful forest a clerk in the hotel, lying on the floor methods of manufacture and distribu- went out and arrested him and he James Garnett, Vice Presideut. people oi this county are paying a fire in the Catskills a young girl rode of his room dead. He had shot him- tion, and"Patent"medicines represent was lodged in jail. John W. Flowers, Cashier. heavier tax on bad roads than they horseback at midnight, and saved self in ,the head. The weapon was be- the most improved method of manuLast Friday his case came on for Jo S. KniHey, Asst. Cashier. would of necessity have to pay for side the body, which was still quiver- facturing and distributing medical ne- trial and there being but few witnessW. R. Squires, Asst. Cashier. building good ones The difference many lives'. Her deed was glorious ing when discoveied. cessities. To try to block progress in es, it soou ended resulting in his acFrom the Directors of the bank, we in method of paying is the blind that but lives are often saved by Dr. Willis' suicide is attributed to an this line is on a par with attempts to quittal. learn that the past year has been one blocks and deadens progress. The ex- King's New Discovery in curing lung unhappy love affair. The object of block any other development which of the most successful in the history tra power required to convey freighthis infatuation, Miss Irene Crocker, is follows out economic laws. National In another column appears the ad- of the institution. Perfect harmony er passengers over our roads compared trouble, coughs and coids, which now in New Mexico. She formerly Labor Bulletin. s vertisement of W. R. Myers and son prevails among both and with similar distances where good might have ended in consumption or lived here with Mrs. J. T. Flagg, a which speaks for its self. Mr. Myers Directors, due from the fact that the roads exist, the inconvenience and pneumonia. "It cured me of a dread- relative, and was employed in the is too wellknown to our people to make management of the institution has Lost. discomforts, the wear, breakage and ful cough and lung disease," writes postoffice. any proposition to the public that been altogether satisfactory. cost to vehicles and stock can hardly While Miss Crocker lived here, Wilwould fall a particle below his statebe estimated. The low price of lands, W. R. Patterson, Wellington, Texas, lis paid ardent court to A pocket-boo- k containing one 20 ment. So when her. After he announces that he Sandusky and Compauy who started the loss of so many of our enterpris- "after four in our family had d ie she left, recently, he wrote her daily dollar bill, one 10 dollar bill and six is in position to convey you and your business on a small scale in this town ing young men and the stagnant con- with consumption, and" I gained 87 letters and frequently appeared morose 5 dollar bills, and a check for $18 baggage to or from Campbellsville. in a few years ago have kept the faith dition of business generally, are when the mail failed to bring replies made payable to the undersigned and safety arid on you need not and kept constantly at it until traceable to the uninviting, fearful pounds." Nothing so sure and safe as often. Yesterday morning Willis signed by Geo. Herri ford. Will pay a doubt his ability time, to do so. ne is they represent one of the most procondition of our public roads. Segre- for all throat and lung troubles. got a letter bearing the familiar post- reward. naturally a machinist, has had more gressive and substantial business gated from the activities and develJ. R Parrott. experience with mark but did not appear the more automobiles than any within this part of the State. 13-opments of the most prosperous era of Price 50c and SI. Trial bottle free. cheerful for its receipt. Shortly uuier man in cms section and in spite Being active, conpetent and rigidly the world, Adair county is paying a Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. afterwards, he was seen to enter Dr. of the outrageous condition of the pike honest they have added to their plant tremendous tariff which is buried in For Sale. Dozier's room then return to his own he has never failed to get in on time. from time to time until they have S. C. Neat, who has just returned bed chamber. mud. Her hills and valleys are ferHe carried a picture He has two large cars ample to handle one of the most complete wood worktile, her waters sweet, geographical from the city, where he has been at- in his hand and while walking between all the trade on the road but keeps a ing plants in the entire country. position and resources good, and yet tending the Fourth Annual Banquet the two rooms was seen to press it to Black Jack with white points, 15 small one for emergencies. He will Just now they are puting in a saw no move to better public conditions. given by his firm, Otter & Co., reports his lips. hands, coming 4 years old 6 choicely soon purchase an extra relief car with outfit which will be first class in every The avenues of our commerce are mud a delightful time. He thinks the A little later the report of a pistol bred Bulls, ol' enough capacity for 12 or 15 passengers so particular and within a few days will holes six months in the year, deaden- prospects for 1913 bids fair for a good was heard and he was found dead. for service, will make special prices to there neednot be a doubt in the mind of be sawing at the rate of 10 thousand ing to laudable ambition and enter- business in his line, ne also names The picture, one of Miss Crocker, quick buyers. any one as to the safety and certainty feet of lumber per da v. Their planprise. Public roads must be built at the following ones who have opened clutched in his hand. The weapon of transportation between Columbia ing machines are kept busy and they R. T. Baker, public expense Many ways have been up new grocery stores in Adair Co., used was the property of Dr. Doizer and Campbellsville. The days of the old are in position to fill most any size or Amandaville, y. tried, many failures as well as success all having bought their stock from and it was to obtain it that Willis hack have passed. The jolts and long der on short notice, besides finished t. es have resulted. Some counties have Otter & Co. through him. had visted the physician's room. time spent between the two places and rough lumber they furnish sash, Royse & Loy, Fair Play, Ky. built, little by little, as means would Willis came to Butte City three are likewise gone. By the energy and doors, blinds and all needed material J. B. Burton, Purdy, Ky. permit, not to create indebtedness. years ago. He was one of the most Twenty.five Men in 48 Hours. pluck, the public spirit of Mr. Myers that is needed in the construction of D. M. Moore, Garlin, Ky. Some have met the situation by paypopular young men in the town. He and son this community is relieved a building. They are always busy and M. F. Swiggett & Co., Columbia, Ky leaves two ing one-haof the cost, while the citsisters, Mrs. E. Roth, and The good news comes from Bowling from the worries and discomfort of desire to be. He also states Jie will be connected Mrs. Jack Price, and a brother, Green izens directly on the roads would conthat the Business University hack travel. That this section of tribute the other half. Some yielded with the firm of Otter & Co. during Charles Willis, all residing near here. there claims that it could put twenty-fiv- e country will appreciate this advanced For Sale. their roads to corporations for the the year 1913 and will appreciate the No arrangements have as yet been telegraph operators in positions step and support it in a most liberal purpose of making money from tolls. patronage of the same old reliable made for the funeral, pending the within forty-eighours, so great is manner can hardly be doubted We Some, and of late man-- , are issuing customers in the future that he had possible holding of an autopsy. the demand for good men. This school predict a profitable career for these I can furnish a complete Newspaper bonds to run 25 years on a low interest received in the past, and for the same has just filled nineteen positions and enterprising men and should it prove and Job outfit at a remarkabley rate, and secure the roads at once. guarantees satisfaction in return. A Hero in a Lighthouse. on their hands un- otherwise would be a calamity to our has seventy-thre- e 1 have the press, type and all Some, unfortunately, are doing nothfilled. , This looks good. community and the traveling public. necessary materials for a good plant. For years J. S. Donahue, So. Haven ing. Any method would be better Birthday Dinner. The outfit used to print The Spectathan we have, and while we believe Mich., a Civil War captain, as a lightAll notes and accounts are now due If you are in favor of better roads,. tor and the Feese Job Office when comthe fairest, surest and quickest way is keeper, averted awful wrecks, and I need the money. Please come set- The News offers you the space for a At'the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. house bined will make strickly a first-clas-s to issue bonds, get the roads and pay a queer fact is, he might have tle at once. It will save yuu a Hurt or statement of your views. If you have country plant. I have both and will for them annually, yet there are oth- Moran, Jan. 21, 1913, in honor of the but any plan you believe would stimulate sell ers who disbelieve. So far as we are former's 51st birthday. About ten been a wreck himself if Electric Bit- statement. io cheap that it would surprise the building of good roads, give it to any one. who knows the worth of o'clock the neighboroood began to ters had not prevented. "They cured able to learn where good roads were W. L. Walker. the people through the News. You printing machinery and material. secured by bonds the immediate pros- gather in with well filled baskets and me of kidney trouble and chills," he may not be in accord with the editor-- he ' C. S. Harris perity and advance in property worth about the noon hour one of the most writes, '"after I had taken other so is not seeking to force his opinions sumptuous dinners was served. The have been a good investment, and the on the public, but only to have the Notice. The road between Columbia and people cheerfully meet their obliga- afternoon was delightfully spent in called cures for years, without ' benefit thinking citizens of this county take Campbellsville is in its usual bad Those and they also improved my sight. tions We see no good reason why conversations and games. up this question and bring from its winter condition. This road is one of any county should refuse to improve present were as follows: Now, atseventv. i am feeling fine." All who are indebted to R. T. discussion some practicable plan of much worth to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Claycorab and the t.vo towns and to public conditions, and share in the deceased, are requested to set- road building For dyspepsia, indigestion, all stomthat our people will ac. both counties and while it ib a tole profits of advancements simply be- family, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stotts and tle the same with R. A. Waggener at cept. road it is the duty of the company cause it must be purchased on family, Mrs Alice Jones, Mr. Creed ach, liver and kidney troubles, they're once. Stotts. Mrs. Edd Staples, Misse Eva without equal. Try tnem. Only 50c owiiii.' it to keep it in good condition. time. All the Mrs. Nona J. McCaffree. large industrial Eggs for Hatching. Much heavy traric goes over it but all 12-enterprises, all the large corporations, Bradshaw, Clarice Stotts, Ruth Stotts Maraye, Mattie and Georgia Moran at. Paull Drug Co the same the tolls are collected, ample all of our thifty and growing cities and our own beloved country is doing busi- Messrs. Roy Stotts, Acy Loy, Forest It is a true saying that ''The Hen as we understand, to justify a good Candidates are getting thick. The Harvey, Raymon Moran and Paul January is now parsing from the best way for an aspirant get his name that lays is the Hen that pays " I road. It is not our purpose to comness on interest bearing bonds. The Stotts calendar ana the farmers of this coun- before all the voters is to announce have two breeding pens of S. C.White plain too much but under present congreatest achievment in the developty have not been disturbing the earth. through The News. Leghorns. You can't beat them for ditions feel that if this road was kept ment of the worlds commerce rests on Special Nofice. There has been but few days in the steady layers, you will hud no better m good condition we could rejoice a the bonds that secured the money for entire month in which farm work the Panama Canal. Bonds to finance The young people about town are bred Birds in Kentucky than I have. little, certainly it will be better next could be done and scircely a day for making shiping. by corporation and by governParties indebted to the firm of Dis valentines and on the 14th of They are egg producers. They are also summer. ments, bonds to secure money for wars Russell & Hindman for medical ser- plowing. e will be fit for the show. I have no reputation next month the as a "'chicken man" to sell you at $3.uo as well as for peace, bonds to develop vices and wishing to settle their acIf you are indebted to this office flooded. to $5.00 a setting, but can furnish a please come in and square up. You internal and external enterprises by counts with the doctors will please do Stenotypy. limited number of eggs from above may owe but one dollar and may say our go eminent have broadened the so before Feb. 10, as said firm has For Sale. pens at 5 cents each. That is the net that won't cripple the office. 'True if avenues of opportunity and developed dissolved partnership and will after Stenotypy is the new sjstem of value of the eggs leas the reputation, only one dollar you would be correct, thegreatest thrift and expansion of that date place all their accounts m shorthand written on a little machine if by Parcel Post you pay Postage. but you must remember that there wealth in the history of mankind If the hands of a collector. All accounts House and large lot, near the Graded good for the entire country, if whole- due said firm must be settled by that called the stenotypy. A speed of If you will want any of these eggs let; are hundreds who tae the same view some on a large scale why not, for a time some way, as the doctors will-aft- 593 words a minute has already been School,' also 30 acres of land 2 miles me book your order early. and do as you do, which makes it a reached. The Bowling Green Busi- from town. county and on a small scale. Later we J. O. Rvissell, burden and hard on our business. It that keep separate accounts Columbia, Ky. hope to give some figures that will while they stih occupy the same of- ness University is teaching this sys Frank Sinclair costs 5250. per month to keep The tem in connection with Shorthand. testify to the ability of this county to fice Newb off the breakers, and this must From what we can learn there will be paid promptly. We need jour dolissue a certain amount of bonds, pay The warm rainy weather is making Foxes Wanted. Elsewhere in this paper will be giv them off in a given time without the wheat and oat fields look as pretty be one of the largest tobacco crops lar, we need every dollar due, and en the suicide of Will Ed Willis, Kid, banrupting or cripling an individual and vigorous as the delightful days of planted that has ever bee" set in this trust you will come to our relief. county. Many who have been raising in it and secure from 75 to 100 miles of as he was called here The deceased Grey Foxes $2.50, Red Foxes $5.00; May. burley will try their hand on the dark macadan loads. The county that is was born and reared in this county. Minks SO.OO to 38.00 each; Coons $1.25, The Hart County Herald makes the' afraid to buy good roads at fair value Bsfore leaving for California he Nearly all of the tobacco in this part this year as most of the land in this follow ing statement which bears out express. Send 'lame of your exand on reasonable time will prove too in this place and was well press olllce in first letter. of thecounty has been stripped and county seem best suited to the heavier the position taken by The News: grade. Theu. many are experienced timed to be inviting to enterprising known to every body in Columbia. ready for the market W. T. Ilodgeu, Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 21 Statistics in grow ing dark tobacco and can get made public by outsiders. Building roads is no childs He has many relatives in Adair county Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. the State Road Comgame. Their worth as well as their Mr. O.iver Willis, of this place, DepuThe first of last week quite a numb- better money out of it. mission show that the State of Alacost is no trivial matter. We trust ty sheriff of this county, was h i s er of misdemeanor cases were disposbama has been reimbursed fully for its that other good citizens will give their brother and Mrs. A. A. Miller. ColumMr Dudley's article on the road expenditures previous to two years" ed of, the, fines being light, in cases of New pupils are still entering the views and that the proposition and bia, hissister. While living in' Co- Lindsey question has the right ring to us, and ago for good roads. Increases in proconviction. Wilson, one of not men be d iscussed, An appeal to lumbia Ed was of a jovial disposition prosperous: years of this the most many of our good citizens have com- perty values along the improved highTraining prejudice or passion is nota high order and had many friends I keep ou hands a full stock of plimentedit. Are there others who ways has made higher assessments school's existence is in session now. of discussion. No criticism of Dr. want good roads and who would be possible and increasing developements coffins and caskets, also robes; Jones is meant when we say his poetic Elsewhere in the News my announce Prompt service night or day. willing to help build and help pay for has at the same time added many hearses. " eblutions are more wholesome than his ment for County . Judge appears. A The invitations to the Hunn Goff Phone 29. themf names to the tax list. ' prose of mud advocacy. He is a good number of voters have already called wedding, which will take place on the 45-- 1 yr J- - F. Triptett, citizen content and happy under pre- me out on the proposition of bonding 5th of February, fail to state whether Columbia. Ky. Peafowls Wanted. sent conditions Now, Mr. Wheeler; the county for road purposes. I de- the ceremony will be performed at Mrs. Harriet Yaughan, who lived younger but not wiser, seems much sire to state that I am opposed to bond-- " the residence or the church. It will with her son, Bud Yaughan, near 5) 2 . O (J A occur at the residence. O distressed for fear that the Fiscal ing the county for any purpose. town, and a very old lady, died this I have a good, live year old mare for 2) 1 . 5 0 (Tuesday) morning at five o'clock. jonn a. minis. W. T. Otley. court will immediately "bond her." sale. W. T. Hodden. Columbia, Jvy.Jv'V Now it does apper that his efforts to Campbellsville, Ky. Frank Karnes, who shot and woundSingle Comb White Leghorn eggs ed. Houston Rucker, some time last prevent such a calamity comes from Circuit court will continue through-- . a' t,i For Sale. vr out this week. a deep absence of information. But for hatching, 65c for 15. If by Parcel year, was given a trial last week, the'' Post, you pay postage. Book youror- -' verdist of the the Jury being 850 fine. I keep on hand an assortment of that breezy and pathetic recital of der early as I will have only.a " limited land, 40 acres, 2$ miles Spectacles. If you need glasses it. wl ... Born,, to the wife of E . K. Sparks, A tract of l traditional history and prophcy from. number.-vou'to see me. vj" ' Jan. 24, a boy. Mother ...! child doThe wet weather is retarding farm from Columbia, Ky. , Address F. C. Dav Mr. C. G. Jeffries certainly awakens Mrs. tfno. Nl Conover. J. P. Beard. 111., R. F. D. 1 ing we'.l. Brase, Cairo, work. THE ROAD QUESTION. rs ', stock-holderto-da- y in-dus- ty 3 2t ii Reg-Hurifo- rd 12-4- lf ht low-price- . Mc-Caffre- e, 2t post-offic- er le-sid- ed J- t each -- 4f - - THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS -- ' From North Carolina. Bastic, Jan.. 12, 1913. '.Editor News: Since I wrote anything for .your columns, the year of 1912 has been committed to the past; and the young year of 1913 has been enrolled on the calendar. The new period found me in the school room, where my danghter, Pearl, and I have charge of 83 pupils. The going out of the old and ringing in of the new, always remind me of the poem dedicated to the old year by the gifted Geo. D. Prentice, Those familiar with his journalistic phillippics would hardly have expected such sublime poetic creations as came from his pen, for his was truly a dual nature. He, in very sublime imagery, speaks of midnight's holy hours as a time for memory and tears. On the ushering in of the New Year, I heard the bells and steam whistles of Bastic and Foust City heralding the advent of another year, and I felt that "remorseless time, fierce spirit of the glass and scythe," could not be stayed in Iris onward march nor his iron heart be melted to pity. My mind reverts to the words of Prentice, and thronging memories of "The Old Kentucky Home" entered my inner being. I thought of my elastic and hopeful youth, of my friends of former days, and the spirit of Auld Lang Syne was upon me. I thought of my happy school days at Tabor and Columbia, and Remembered R. M., L. B., Mat-tiCora and Rollin Hurt, Kate, .Bascom and Addie Garnett; Washie, Jim, Tom and Fannie "Taylor; Sid, Belle, Corinna and lioren Snow; Joe Nat, Ben and John Conover; Allen, Ben and Billie Pyle and scores of others. I knew part of these had crossed the dark valley of the shadow; but one of my best friends had received the fearful summons but a few days previous. I refer to Mrs. Ella Garnett whose death was chronicled in your columns of recent date. I remember her, pleasantly, as a class mate at Tabor and M. & F. High School, and as a voice of song sweet as that of the Sweedish Nightingale. Of course my fancy always .pictured her as a golden haired, dark-eyed, merry maiden; but as she was but two years younger than I, of course time had placed its imprint on her features. Her father was one of the brightest, most versatile men I ever knew, and her mother one of the purest, most pious women of my acquaintance. I also remember Mr. Billy and Judge James Garnett as men of remarkable endowment, and true friends of a wayward boy who now indites this article; but no longer a boy. It is no longer "silver threads among the gold;" 4)dt the almond tree is in full Doet-journali- st, -- day School, help feed, clothe and Christianize the heathen; but do not .wear a face long enough to eat oats out of a churn. . A man who ever laughs, directly or indirectly causes others to show unseemly levity, plays "Red Wing" on a fiddle. Or does not swear the world is not getting worse all the time, is regarded as a degenerate in some parts of the moral vineyard. Then I don't believe in "the almanac" as a weather guide, no plant crops, cut wood, nor kill hogs in the moon. This is, likewise, unadulterated heresy. I don't carry a buckeye or an Irish potato for rheumatism, and don't believe oats turn to cheat. I don't believe that a howling dog presages a death in family except the dog is one of the family. Then, if I have a good gun and he is in range, the sign holds good. But I am too poor to own a dog and don't believe in killing birds. In McGuffey's readers I was taught to be a zealous defender of bird's nests; and now I try to protect the birds. North Carolina prefers dogs and ignorance to sheep and education. Let birds alone to destroy insects, and kill all the mangy dogs, is my slogan. -- Trip to Florida. Simple State Functions. the steamer Fountain city from the famous creek, on landing, Greasy the Cumberland riverl5 miles from lock 21 Dec. 5, 1912. I arrived at Somerset among friends who were extra nice in entertaining me and after a sumptous repast with friends I went to the C. N. 0. & T. P. depot and took the fast train to Jacksonville Fla., from Jacksonville to Date city, which is quite a nice little city of that state, from that place to Braidentown, which is a city of more importance, has 5 15 automobiles, churches, bycycles and motorcycles too numerous to mention. 1 cigar manufacture, 15 packing houses, which packs oranges and grape fruit. I took A Washington dispatch says would like to the President-elec- t walk to the Capitol Inauguration day, if it were not that the crowds of curiosity seekers would prevent it. And Gov. Sulzer, of the greatest State of the Union, wearing his old grey suit with a plain derby hat, w alked to the Capitol to take the oath of office. Many people will call Governor Sulzer's induction into office tame and uninteresting, and will feel that the greater the post, the more impressive should be M. L. White. Fads of WJlI-MaKer- s. What must surely be one of the most extraordinary wills on record is that mentioned in "The Romance of Wills and Testa- ments," by Edgar Vine Hall (Fisher Unwin.) It was made by a New York citizen, who instructed his executors to have made out of his bones circuiar buttons of dimensions from one-ha- lf inch to one inch in diameter, to have the skin of his body tanned and made into pouches, and to have vilion strings made out of such parts as might be suitable, adding: "I hereby give unto my beloved friend, James Hayes, the buttons, violin strings, and tanned skin made out of my body as aforesaid, the same to be by him distributed according to his discretion to my intimate friends." In the will of Florence Nightingale is this peculiar clause: "I give my body for dissection or examination for the post-morte- m e, Beau-cham- p, j j j ; purpose of medical science, praying that my body may be carried to the nearest convenient burial- ground, accompanied by not more than two persons, without trappings, and that a simple cross, with only my initials, date of birth and death, mark the spot." Lizard Aiive In Throat. ! j abloom. The coughing of a live lizard from his throat is curing Evan Jones, of Lafayette, N. J., of a cougn that made nis lite miser- able for nearly two years. Last week he was seized by a violent fit of coughing while on the road and reached into his throat to get relief. He caught some wriggling thing by the tail and pulled it out. It proved to be a lizard nearly three inches long and appeared to be as glad as Jones to dissolve partnership. ! i ! People who read my contribu dons are doubtless surprised to find me moralizing; My usual .style is trenchant enough to cause politicians to threaten me with libel suits, and hill billies to yearn to use rifle, revolver or dagger. Some preachers hold .me up as a horrid example, and .all political corruptionists regard .me as a locust from the bottom-.les- s pit. Still, I attend church, Aelp pay preachers, attend Sun- 1 Jones' theory that he swalied a lizard egg while drinking from a spring, that the grateful warmth of his throat hatched the egg and caused the wriggler to grow. Its efforts to free itself are believed to have causod Jones to cough almost conXr; stantly. . the dignity that surrounds it As far as wearing your old clothes on such an occasion goes, one would advise the new President-elect not to follow the New York man's example. The choice of clothes subtly registers the Then I went on automobile to importance you place on any ocManite which is a nice little casion. From there to Florida town. If you invite your friends to Sanisoda, which is much nicer your home for a party, and don town. Then I came back to the your working togs for that affair small city of Pelmetor, a city of they would logically assume that almost 3,000 souls, I spent the you did uot care whether you Sunday afternoon there, and had pleased them or not. Gov. Sulzer a lovely time; from there I came did not mean to convey that back to Braidentown to my old idea, but his old clothes gave the friend, Volney Garr, who was impression that he regarded the raised in the mountains of Kent- assumption of one of the highest ucky, but who long since has offices in the United States as of taken up his abode in the good no more importance than an exstate of Florida. He married a cursion for the purpose of jollybeautiful and cultured lady of ing the voters at a cattle show. Florida, and has accumalated But as respects frills, fur and quite a fortune since going there. be feathers, there is much-tThence I took the double said in favor of simplicity. Let ocean steamer to the noted Kentthe public servant convince the ucky place in Florida, St Peterspublic of his greatness, by the burg. I spent the day at St. unselfish devotion with which he Petersburg, and met people fights for efficient government irom different parts of Kentucky and for the welfare of the they were all kind to me and people. seemed anxious to show all the Prancing horses and marching sights of the south. The southhosts are a poor substitutes for ern people are the most hospiteconomy in using government able, accomodating people I ever money and systematic efforts to met. At 8 o'clock I took the better the condition of the comtrain for Jacksonville on my way mon man. back to Kentucky. I spent the Then too, gilt lace and materday at Jacksonville. At 9:45 I took the train for Dattonovga, ial display costs money that spent the day there and must someone has to pay. And that say it is a nice city. Then I someone is not the President came back to Somerset where I nor the Governor. The moment run back into the snow. I had you begin to throw money away saw no snow until I reached for some purpose not directly necessary for efficient governSomerset. ment, that moment you help While in the good town of spread the impression that the Braidentown I met Mr. Sam public treasurry is on tap for all white, who was formerly a eiti-ze- u comers. of Columbia and he took all pains to show me the place and Did You Ever Thin- kinviced me home with him. He was extra nice to me as all That a kind word put out at were. interest brings back an enormous I want to write a line to the percentage of love and appreciaKentucky people who want to tion? That though a loving thought visit Florida but have never been there. I would not advise any may not seem to be appreciated, one to go there unless they have it has made you better and bravenough money to keep themselve er because of it? and family for a year. For you That the little acts of kindneed not expect to receive much ness and thoughtfuipess day by for your labor. I paid $2 per day, are really greater than one day for board the cheapest I immense act of goodness shown I bodrded with a once a year? could get. friend of mine, Mr. Garr. While That to be always polite to the the income is great when you people at home is only more ladyget a start the- outgo is great like, but more refined, than havwhile you are getting the start. ing company manners? That to judge anybody by his I must say that my friend Mr. appearance stamps you Garr was extra nice to rue. He personal as not only ignorant, but vuldid all he could to make my visit gar? enjoyable to me he took me out That to talk and talk and talk the country and extended about yourself and vour belongin every hospitality a Kentuckian ings is very tiresome to the peoWhite and Garr both ple who listen? could. treated me beautifully. That to be witty (?) at the expense of somebody else is posiYours very truly, C. Dunbar. tive cruelty many times? 1 That personalities are not al- iHnw Drnhihitinn Hae Holnori Ifan.11UII 1 IUIIIUJHUM IUJ MfclfJbU iiuiiways interesting, and that they sas. very often are offensive? That if the girls, all over the Some people argue that there land were to form societies of is no virtue in prohibition, but one, each being her own presi- census figures show that the dent, and house committee, and consumption of liquor in Kansas entertaining committee, and is only 48 cents per capita, while secretary, and treasurer, and in the entire United States it is make kind word3 the currency, between $20 and $24. Almost considerate actions the social d of the entire populafunctions, and love the great tion of Kansas is enrolled in aim, the whole world would be schools and colleges, and illitersweeter and purer for it? Just acy has dropped from 49 per from one society where you are, cent to less than 2 per c e n t. and see what a great success it Eighty-seve- n of the 105 counties will be. Ladies' Home Journal. have no insane, fifty-fou- r have no feebleminded and ninety-si- x What Limestone Has Done in have no inebriates. Thirty- - eight Illinois. poor farms have no inmates and there is only one pauper to evDr. Cyril G. Hopkins thus epi- ery 3,000 population. Over half tomizes in tne Country Gentle- of the county jails have no prisman what the use of ground oners and in a dozen others the limestone has done for half worn-ou- t iron doors stand open nearly all soils in Illinois. It is an in- the year round. Grand juries teresting story. are almost unknown and crime "Our experiment in Southern has been reduced to the miniIllinois have proved to us that mum. This is what prohibition fhis is the order in which the has done for Kansas, and what soil treatments should be carried it would do for places that will out: First, apply two to five enforce it. tons per acre of ground limestone. Second, grow clover or Special Offer. cowpeas. Third, apply 1000 to 2000 pounds per acre, of very During the month of January and February we will furnish the daily finely ground natural rock Courier-Journone year 33.00 the reto be plowed under with gular price is 36.00. Six months,31.75: the clover or cowpeas either di- three months, S1.0O. Remember that this holds good only during rectly or in the form of farm months of January and February. the manure. In Central and Northern Illinois the same materials Office Seeking. are needed but there the limestone may take the third place A man who seeks office at the while it is of the first importance hands of his friends and neigbors in this part of the state. should never be criticized for "On the Vienna Experiment trying to gratify a laudable amField in Johnson county ten years bition for office, says the May ago, about nine tons per acre of field Messenger. ground limestone were applied This is a great government in at a cost of $1.25 a ton. This which the people rule and select would amount to $11.25 and retheir rulers, and whenever a turns from this investment have i man comes before them asking thus far amounted to 90.3 bushfor an office, it should be well els of corn pr acre, or 42.2 understood that he believes he bushels of weeat, or 31-- 3 tons of is honorable and capable of fillclover. Any one of these has ing the position which he seeks. paid for the limestone three Frequently you hear people s times over. In addition of the legume, crops have harshly criticize this man or that been plowed under as green for asking to be elected to office. manure and at the end of nine This is wrong. Let every man years with no futher application run for office who feels that he one-thirphos-phat- ic al two-third- the lime land is producing five bushels more per acre of wheat, 9.3 bushels more of corn and 1.4 tons more of clover hay per acre than land not so treated. "Our country. Yes-o.Vhat? is qualified and is morally popular enough among the people to fill that position. Kent-uckia- ns The voters of this country should study more about electing people to office than they have ever done in the past. Since we have a general primary election iaw we believe that the A man may use a wart on the people, both young and old will back of his neck for a collar butpay more attention o the fitness ton; ride on the back coach of a and qualifications of men who train to save interest on his monare asking to fill public offices. ey until the condnctor comes h at night In days gone by, when nomi- around; stop jmees were selected by corrupt to save the wear and tear; leave disgraceful conventions, his i's and t's without a dot or a and cross to save ink; pasture his there was very little encouragemother's grave to save corn, but ment to the average voter to his-watc- - a man of this kind is a gentle man and a scholar comDared to thafother "fellow" who will take a newspaper and when ask ea to pay tor it, puts it oacK m the postoffice and has it marked ! carefully examine the candidates and see for themselves who were ah'ned to fill public the best i "refused." Bill Nye. Best Cough Medicine for Children. "I am very glad to say a few words in praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy" writes Mrs. Lida Dewey, Milwaukee, "Wisconsin. "I have used it for years both for my children and for myself and it never fails to relieve and cure a cough or cold. No family with children should be without it as it gives almost immediate relief in cases of croup." Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is pleasant add safe to take, which is of great importance when a medicine must be gived to young children. For sale by Paull Drug Co. positions. The day has come when every voter begins to feel his power and influence and his now beginning to look into the life, character and ability of each candidate and sees if he is able to transact the business of our public offices. We believe that these conditions will give to the people of this county better and more faithful officers, because every voter in the county can exercise his sentiments and preferences for the best men in public places. E. Town News. Itxaj DAIR COUNTY NEWS Missouri Deer Farm. Will Get His Money. 3 the National Geographic Society all old school mates, a happy To Be Released Monday, January the farm is to save it by so disat Washington Friday. New Year to all. 20, 1913. tributing the labor throughout In a half developed Please give to Dr. U. L. TayA conference hetween RepresThe New York Federal Circuit the year that the minimum of a few agricultural side lines Court of Appeals e for me. In a recent issue the Winchest- hiring may has affirmed entative Underwood and Repres- lor a be done and the farm may mean the difference between Respectfully, the judgment of Col. J. P. entative Glass is expected to deer Democra, Dr. I. A. Shirley of owner may always be busy. The farming at a loss or at a profit. Chinn against cide the question of what work B. F. Carter' the State Board of Health, who the Milburn-Fos-twinter season is often the leisure Chalmer Roseberry, of Stella, Company for $2,500. This is to be taken up by the extra attended the Confererence of time of the farmer. Here are Wv Mo., has half a dozen Picture His Target. of these was the fourth time the case session of) Congress, Sanitary Workers in the Southsome ways in which he can profitside lines, snd the most unusual hae been affirmed, ern States at Little Rock. Arkan- ably employ the last by February 10 is the date fixed Placing over his heart, and his time. of them, deer farming, has in the court of sas, recently, gives the following last resort and Colo- by the Senate for a vote on the making it the target of his bulThe winter months afford oprecent years proved the most re nel Chinn will now get his mon- Kenyou bill, which facts which are of interest to the would pro- let, a picture cf the woman portunity for overhauling and remunerative. There was no de- ey. It will be remembered that hibit the shipment people all over Kentucky: of liquor into whose love for him had pairing all farm machinery. led to mand at all for deer in the Ozark the company printed a picture of States having prohibition statues. her suicide, Otto Weber, aged 1st. It is the firm belief of During the cultivating, sowing hills when a little over 20 years the Colonel in their almanac and President Taft and Mrs. Taft 20 years, committed suicide in every one engaged in the work and harvesting seasons ago as a boy of 16 Roseberry under whenever it an indorsement of what Saturday nigbt gave a dinner for Philadelphia. of improving sanitary conditions it is noticed that any part of a penned off one and a half acres purported to be a signed statein the South so as to make it pos- machine is Mrs. Grover Cleveland, at which Beside him when he was found needing repair, for a fawn which a neighbor ment from Colonel Chinn saying sible to prevent disease and were former officials in the Cabi- was the d phobe made of the defect; gave him for a pet. The first that Doan's pills had cured him make life longer and healthier, then in winter the nets of Mr. Cleveland. tograph of Mrs. Catherine Streit, farmer should' fawns that the young deer far- of liver trouble. Colonel Chinn Efforts to show the Madero who took carbolic acid when she from the Administrative Sanitary have a comfortable room where? mer sold a few years later pronounced it a forgery. ColoSecretary in Washington to the all such parts can be made good.. brought $20 a pair, and grown nel Chinn was represented by Anministration just how bad was prevented from murdering conditions are, were made by her child after her mother and field men on the firing line, that A thorough cleaning of the beardeer $30 a pair. The demand Attorney L. M. Smith. American railway, mining and husband broke up her plans to go no greater work has ever been ings and gearings of any mafor the animals for parks and ranch men, who appeared before and live with Weber in a home undertaken since that of the chine reduces friction, saves items of News. circuses and country places remeek and lowly Galilean. Senor Lascurain, the Meklcan he had furnished. wear and often discloses worn cently has got far ahead of the Senator Bradley anrfounced Foreign Minister at EI Paso. 2nd. That eradication of the out parts. If all farm machinery-i- s The suicide followed a quarrel supply, and Roseberry's common that he would ask to be excused in the Streit home, where Weber hookworm disease and not carefully looked after in this or Virginia whitetails are fetchSt. Charles, Iowa. from voting on the Archbald imhad gone and declared his love in amelioration is not only possible way during the slack season, ing $50 to $60 a pair for fawns peachment case. the presence of the woman's but that nothing short of this much annoyance and money will and $75 to $85 for a pair nf Jan., 17. 1913. William Kirby, of Toledo, forhusband. The men quarrelled will suffice the work or the work- be saved the- - following summer. adults. mer Ohio Railroad Commission- Editor News: and Weber left. Later Mrs. ers. All practical and This is to inform you and the Streit joined him and was away The February American Magazine. er, surrended and gave bond on 3rd. The same story came farmers will look after the selecmany readers of the News that from home for two days. charges of bribery. from all parts of the Southland tion, and germination tests of When she returned she was of wellnigh miraculous cures. President-elec- t The February American MagWilson has I am still alive and can step as seeds, which are to be planted met by her husband and mother. azine contains a wonderful letter sent word to Washington that he lively as any old bachelor of 40 4th. The belief, born of ex next summer, during the winter by Allan Pinkerton, never before will not interfere in the organi- always ready for three meals a "I am going to kill myself and perience, that no other disease months. He who sends early to day. I will soon be 81 years old, my baby." she shrieked published, in which the famous zation of the next Congress. when holds its unforunate victim so his seedsman for samples of seeds and my mind often wanders back she found her plans had been long detective relates his connection as hookworm disease; that selects those free from weed The Army Appropriation Bill, to my old Kentucky home where blocked. The baby was taken with the first plot to assassinate carrying $93.S30,L77, but cutting no other disease makes the one seeds and of high germinating I went to school. Our school from her. Later she took car- afflicted Lincoln. Lincoln was on his down the aviation requests, was with it for uch a length power, and buy3 early, will often houses were log cabins with dirt bolic acid. way to Washington in February, reported to the House. of time a menace to those around be rewarded by greatly increasfloors, the most of them no win Weber was at his home and him; that no other disease of ing yields. Help and information plan was to kill 1861, and the Two women are held as withim in Baltimore while he was nesses in Frankfort following dows, and some of them no shut- never left his room for two days. equal magnitude is so surely and concerning selection and germipassing through that city on the the finding of William Casey's ters to the doors, but time has When he tried to telepone to Mrs. speedily curable. nation tests of seeds will be gladchanged now, far better than Streit and learned of her death. way to Washington where he body with stab wounds in his 5th. That no other disease ly furnished by the Kentucky seventy years ago. An hour later he ended his life. shovvs such Pinker-to- n was to be inaugurate a variety of symp Experiment Station, upon applineck and chest. The first Kentuckians who discovered the plot, saved toms and sometimes no symp- - cation. A Year Without a Summer. At the instance of R. Y.Thom- came to Iowa are nearly all dead Lincoln's life, and tells the whole as Jr., postmaster inspectors toms at all, as hookworm disease. Every farmer should have but few living Mrs. story in this letter which was will be sent to Russellville, The weather vagaries of the ' ,6tn- - That while as a rule it is stock to care duriug the winter Eliza A. Breeding, Alex Eskew, written in 166 but never reach- Franklin, Adairville last six months sharpen one's to De found where the sanitary months. Live stock can be so and Tren- John M. Eskew, Geo. Kinniard, ed the public until The American ton to ascertain if they are eligi- Tom appreciation of the account of conditions are the worst; that is, managed that in? Wriest- amount Jesse, Luvenia Blair, my Magazine got hold of it vill where the privies are not water of work connei .van ble for free mail delivery. wife and myself are about all the summerless year of 1816, Brand Whitlock, Mayor of ToThe feeding which, according to the Danbury' tight and fly proof, yet it is come in winter. Timothy D. "Big Tim" who are living ledo, Ohio, writes the second Conn., News, is found in the found under better surroundings and care of the dairy herd will spectacular New York Well, we have had some cold chapter of his personal reminipages of an old diary begun in sufficiently often to make it the be the heaviest in winter. Early scences and tells some remarka- politician, was committed to a weather here since New Year. 1810 and kept unbroken until imperative duty of every one, lambs will make a 'busy time sanitarium at Yonkers, N. Y.,by Snow about 10 inches. Cold-- gee ble stories about James G. Blaine, 1840. "January was so mild!wno leaves ideal environments during the latter part of winter-an order of the Supreme Court White-'chapwhiz 20 helow zero. Governor Altgeld, and the The proper housing of stock dur that most persons allowed their or even a short time to seek of New Xork. Club of Chicago, which We had the finest crop of corn, ing the cold and stormy months to go out and did not burn amination lest the monster Gov. Osborne, of Michigan, wheat, oats hay in its time wa3 probably the and potatoes except for cooking. Feb-- 1 ease like s thief in the night, vill add to the work of feeding told the Hamilton Club, of Chica- that I ever saw grow. No apples. most famous and most interestruary was not cold. March, steals a march upon him, to be as well as to the quantity of ing Bohemian club in thft world. go, he believed the Progressives Wheat threshed from 25 to 45 from the 1st to the 6th, was n- -' diagnosed when it may be ever-clin- manure which should be hauled Woods Hutchison being a and Republicans should get to- bushels per acre, corn from 30 to Dr. upon the land practically as fast to be windy. April came iastingly too late, gether and patch up their differ- 75 bushels per acre. Corn is new department entitled "Herlth as it is made. All of these things in warm, but as the days grew 7th. Hookworm carriers, ' ' David Gray- ences. and Horse-Poweselling at 30 cents per bushel, the air became colder and sons harboring very few worms help to make a profitable and son contributes a new "Ad yen t- The Indiana Legislature Mon- - wheat 75 to 80 cents per bushel, by the 1st of May there was a and positively without symptom?, busy winter season. urein Contentment." A New day canvassed the vote at the Oats 25 to 30 cents, baled hay 9 temperature like that of winter except, occasionally, indigestion, The winter evenigs furnish a York polceman writes the"Dairy November election and witnessed to 10 dollars per ton, hogs $7 per with plenty of snow and ice. In are among the most dangerous good time for laying out the fur Of a Cop. " Albert J. Nock tells the inauguration of Governor-ele- cwt. Land prices vary accord May the young buds were frozen members of the community as ture plans for the farm, and for about Coatesville, Pa., a town ing to improvements. Common dead, ice formed half an inch propagators; hence the duty Ralston and the other newthat the architectual study of apy whose citizens burned a man ly elected State officials. farms are selling from $60 to thick on ponds and rivers, corn everybody owes to themselves farm buildings that are to be alive and then did nothing about LoPresident Taft sent to the Se- s!25 per acre. Horses and cat was killed and the cornfields and the community to be abso- - constructed or remodeled. it. Augustus Post writes the nate the tle are high, heavy teams fifteen were planted again and nominations of James again iutely certain that they are free cating new buildings, laying out "Experiences of an Airman." to sixteen hundred will sell for until became new fences to be built, working R. Spilman, of Harrodsburg, and too late to raise a from these worms, it excellent assortment of George W. An $500. crop. June was the coldest Hutchinson ,of 8th. That from the examina-mont- h out rotations of crops, planning fiction, together with four deI have some kin who live in of roses ever experienced tion of more than 30,000 people tile drains, studying laborsaving for - postmaster at partments filled with good readdevices for the housewife as well those places. The confirmations Columbia, and a few in Grady-vill- e in this latitude. Snow fell 10 from 118 counties our own ing, completes an unusual numCol. Newt Coffey. I trust deep in Vermont. There loved State is found to be one of as for oneself, are interestieg will be fought. ber. you will look after him and keep was .a 7 inch fall in tlje interior -;a the most heavily infected, and and valuable problems for the Senator Bradley Saturday stathim level and square. He is of New York State and the same Dont's For Girls. . we earnestly hope for such a long evenings of winter. ed that he favored the proposed pretty wild and headstrong at in Massachusetts. Ali summer cooperation The farmer, of all business of our fighting merger of the Republican and times. Charlie Yates, of Grady-vill- long the wind blew steadily from Don't flirt. facilities, county, municipal and men, is the man who is most Progressive parties, but wanted He knows how to mak the north in blasts, laden with individual, Don't talk slang. that ere long it can careless about keeping account the name Repuplican retained. cider. That was his business in snow and ice. On the 4th Of Ju- - hp frnfhfnllv ctiifl thuf TfonfnMof his business. No merchant Don't put on airs. Representative Langley, of the year 1867. ly ice as thick as window glass the flower of the constellation of ' wno does not keep records would Don't learn to be cranky. Kentucky, - was striken on the I suppose some of mv old school formed throughout New Eng- Southern states, is for one, at expect to succeed, neither should Don't think it is pretty to be floor of the , House Friday by a mates would like to know how I land, New York, and in some least, free from this blighting the farmer. Now is the time to pert. rush of blood to the head. He make a living. My is parts of Pennsylvania. To the curse. take an inventory of the farm Don't make a drudge of your was later removed to his home failing some one eye gone, the surprise of every body, August mother. 9th. That every citizen who stock and to open up accounts and his condition was reported other not very good. I keep a proved the worst month of all. has not already done so, should for the New Year. If the farmDon't devote top much time to as not serious. few bees, have 14 stands. They Almost every green thing in this secure a copy of the Bulletin of er cannot do this, he should novel reading. With the exception of $110,000 made me last season 450 pounds country and Europe was blasted the State Board of Health from hand the problem to the sixteen Don't make a fright of yourthe entire estate of Whitelaw of nice cpmb honey. It is worth with frost." From an self by getting in a passion. its office in Bowling Green, tell- year old son or daughter. Air summer of this kind ing about this disease and should the close of another year it Don't pick up chance acquaint- Reid, who died while Ambassa- 15 cents per pound, so I just try dor to Great Britain, goes to his to keep as sweet as possible, most of us will pray to be deliv- submit the necessary specimen should be known exactly what ances on the street. so they can know whether they crops and what lot of stock Don't run down your friends wife under the will filed for pro- though my man got beat last ered. profits. fall.' I felt awful bad over his have it or not. in their absence; it is a mean bate in New York. Chronic COnstipaiion Cured. H. B. Henarick, V .. trait. Amundsen, the Danish explor- defeat. I hope he will have the 'Five years ago I had the worst case Don't make up your mind to er, who last year discovered the pluck to try it again four years of chronic constipation I ever knew Ass't Agronomist,. Kentucky Distribution of Farm Labor. of, and Chamberlain's Tablets cured iff I be sweet to everybody's brother South Pole, for the first time in from now. ipKneriuiant Station,. Lexington,. ' me," writes b. if. Fish. Brooklvn I will close with best wishes to America, told his story before "but your own. One way to make money on Mich. For sale byPaull Drug Co. hill-countr- y, hearty-handshak- er -- note-shoul- powder-blackene- -- up-to-da- te to-da- y. j i - Sulli-van-t- he to-da- y. ( el ex-fir- es j dis-wo- od ed per-long- er r. j i j ct I t Law-rencebur- g, j j be-inch- es ; - . I j i e. I I - j eye-sig- ht -- . old-fashion- ed have-furnishe- d I E, IttfiHUi&te J?' T r fflk ADAIR COUNTY A HEWS intendent of The Life State Oil THE ADAIR COUNTS MEWS k!XSUXJ J W ilt- Company and also practiced his W - 3BS LVITfJ "'' - lM 1&r, iltM 9 'Wiva profession at the Bukersville BY THE -bar. Mr. Ottley is a genial courAdair County News Company. teous gentleman, possessing fine ability and is in every way quali( Incorporated.) fied for county Judge. He has EDITOR. an extensive acquaintance m CHAS. S. HARRIS Adair county, but before the priDemocratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people mary he will canvass all the votAdair and adjacent counties. ing districts and will make an to meet all the'voters of d effort as Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. the county, and especially those whom he is not now per(VED. JAN., 29. 1918 with sonally known. Should he be nominated andelected, ha promiANNOUNCEMENTS . ses to. make: a faithful servant for the people Published Every Wednesday ln-er- et Have You Paid Your Notes And Accounts Due Us? 1912 is Cone 1913 is Here. We Need The Money. The Jeffries . j Post-offi- ce sec-n- For County Judge. The announcement of Dr. N. We are authorized to announce M. Hancock, of Cane Valley, for that TANKER OTTLFAT is a candi- the Democratic nomination for date for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the expression of County Judge, appears in the Democrats at the August prima, proper colum of this paper. For 1913. several yearsTmany Democrats solicited the Doctor to ac"We are authorized to announce Dr. have If. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a cept the responsibility of headcandidate for Judge of the Adair ing the Democratic ticket in this County Court, subject to the Democratic voters who will express their county, but in every campaign choice at the August primary. were disappointed. Under the mzMxctfi pressure of many solicitous DemS r3K eSmCi CK5S TZVSi fJlJ Kit r.SfPWW :W FOR SHERIFF. ocrats and prompted by a desire good service to his We are authorized tc announce S. H to render friends. For several years he ical organization and submits the county he enters MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, party and his has been engaged in business in selection of Superintendent to of Adair count', subject to the action the race subject to the action of Columbia, and we all know him the entire voters of the county of the Democratic voters of said Democratic voters in the Au- as strictly straight, energetic unhampered by partyl-ltiescounty, expressed at the August priAs mary. 191.). gust primary. Dr. Hancock is and competent. Further, no to the fitness of Mr. Huffaker n by the substan too party emergency requiring mon- for this important position no We are authorized to announce A A county to need MILLER a candidate for Sheriff of tial people of this ey or time has ever been discard- one will question. He has been county, subject to the Demo- any introduction from us. He Adair ed, but active and ready to re- a teacher for many years, not cratic primary to be held in August. served this county as deputy spond at every call, he has borne alone in the school room, but in clerk in early manhood and lat- j the brunt of many hard-fougevery avenue that pertains to Jailer. by appointment, gave two er, battles in his precinct when the the welfare of good citizenship. To the Democrats of Adair County, years time as'sheriff. His knowl- hope of personal reward was on- and upright living. A man of 1 hereby announce my candidacy for edge of county affairs, his (splen- ly a dim twinkle of a turning of splendid natural capacity, supple Jailer of AdairlCounty subject to the did ability and impartial way of the tide in the unfathomed fu- mented by a liberal education &m&&m. action of Democrats in the August j was .muii sSBgzsfssissssstfisssssi primary. If nominated, I will use all honest investigation point him ture uuu uiuaucucu uj mauji jfcaia A Democrat from princi- nyi1 r.vnnrtn"nnrl Itt moniT ,rnovn vfi. honorable means in my power to ad- out as a man amply able to disple, a gentleman by birth, but arduous work in educational ad- vance the interest of my associates and if elected will discharge the charge the duties of the office he recognizing the uncertainty of vancement he needs no further duties of the otlice impartially, I ask seeks in a highly creditable man- hope and aspirations, he will con- endorsement to those who read your support. ner. As a Democrat he has duct an honest, honorable fight the News. Yours truly S. fi. Denny. been consistentand unwavering, for the position he seeks. Should Casey CreeR. We are authorized to announce always ready and willing to aid the Democrats of this county HUTCms0N' PHOF. TdBIAS IIUFFAKER a can- his party by any honorable means give him the nomination he didate for Superintendent of Public within his power. True to parwould be a strong man to go Schools of Adair county, at the NoProf. R. 0. Cabell, vas in our ty, courageous and faithful to against the opposition. Should vember election. midst Sunday. wu party and public duty we leave another be selected he will do The singing at Knifley Sunday The announcements of several his claims with the Democrats his duty without murmuring as night conducted by J. N. candidates appear in this issue of this county. he has done in the past. and R.O.Cabell was largely and we trust that due consideration will be given each one by In the proper column it will be By reference to our announce- attended. those who receive the paper. observed that Mr. S. H. Mitchell ment column you will find Mr.S. The school at this place, being Adhering to past policy The is a candidate for sheriff of G. Denny seeks the Democratic conducted by Prof. Strange is News will keep in the middle of Adair county, subject to the ex- commissions to. become Jailor of progressing nicely. Several new the road. It is the medium pression of the Democratic vot- this county. To these vho know pupils entered this week making through which all aspirants for ers of said county, at the Au- him he needs no indorsement but about thirty-fiv- e pupils in atoffice may speak on the same gust primary, 1913. Mr. Mitchell to many who have never grasped tendance. footiug, whether they be Jew needs no introduction to the his hand we can cheerfully make We are having a very interestor Gentile, Democrats, Republi- Democratic voters of this county, the following statement. A man If you ever buy of a Catalogue house ing Sunday school at Roley. cans. Progressives or Prohibi as he is one of the best known of good natural ability, genial ; There seems to be more interest we can save you money. Our large tionists. The announcement fee men in its boundary. He has disposition, active and couragedays gone by. manifested than in of $5.00 is the consideration on served the county as jailer, mak- ous, he is well fitted for the poMiss Gertrude Gabbert has the part of The News while its ing a most efficient officer and sition he seeks. Few, if any Home Price gone to Florida, where she will publicity is the returns to has also done a great deal of rid- men, have more friends in the broad engaged in teaching school the candidate. We see no rea ing for the sheriffs, hence his bonds of acquaintance, which be Catalogue is now ready for you. it contains 707 pages for a few months. son for any one to longer with name i3 familiar throughout the besneak much as a gentleman Merchandise, direct from factory .5o you, of Mrs. Stevie Knifley, of Knifley hold his announcement if his county. There is not a doubt who directs weli his conduct as which means a big saving. Send for one to day and met with a very serious accident mind is made to enter the race. but he would make a very ac- a good citizen. As a Democrat compare prices with all other large mail order houses. a few days ago. She started If you want the support of those ceptaDie snerirt. ne is a man a consistent, persistent party We, ourselves, guarantee each and every article to come on horss back to visit her daughwho read The News present of honor and courage, full of en- worker, who believes in on open ip as represented'or money back. Yours for buiinuss ter, Mrs. Lora Simpson, who your claims in its columns as ergy, and before the primary he honest fight, both in an out his soon a? possible. It's a matter expects to see every Democratic party, he merits tho confidence lives on S toner Creek. W.n HendrlcKson & Son V. of business with every aspirant. voter in Adair county, and per- and esteem of all. He authorizes she had gotten well along on her sonally give his reasons why he us to state that he hopes to see way, her hore took fright Irene. Kentucky. The attention of the Demo- should be supported for said pothrew her. Her shoulder was every Democrat in this county crats of Adair county is called to sition. dislocated and her collar bone before the August primary and the announcement of Mr. Tanbroken trusts that the party will give ner Ottley, who is a candiJ. M. Wolford bought a milch In another column will be him the nomination, but should County Court Judge, date for found the announcement of Mr events place this honor on some- cow, from Mr. Wyley Ashbrook, subject to the action of expres A. A. Miller, who seeks the Dem- one else he will neither sulk nor Campbellsville, for $50. sions of Democrats at the polls ocratic nomination for sheriff of but will do his duty bv Mrs. George Beard and son, iHip'A 11 11 to You at the August primary. Mr. Adair county. Born and reared sullen faithfully, hon- are visiting the former's aunt, the entire ticket Ottley is a practicing attorney tortures of Eczema. Itch. Salt Mrs. Charles Overstreet.of Peck, You wboaresuGerinjr thedays are miserable, whose nights Rheum or other in this county, interested in its estly and courageously. are made skin d'seases yo' whose by the terrloie itchinz. burnlnc pains, let me s"nd you a trial or a soothand has been for ten or twelve J. C. Hutzelt. R. P. Casey Co. ing, healintt treatment which has cured hundreds, .7hich I believe will cure welfare and possessing the qual-- : years, receiving his law diploma name, ase and address. coupon below and mail ifications necessary for the posiWolford Bros, made a business Just fill thethe treatment free of costit to me. or write me. giving your In another column will be seen to you. I will send Department of the from the Law - Bam mh - ""CUT AND MAIL TO DAY" tion he seeks. The News intro- the formal announcement of trip to Lebanon Thursday. He also Virgina University. J. C. HUTZELL, 123 West Main St., Fort Wayne, Ind. duces him to the many Dem- Prof. Huffaker for SuperintendPlease send without cost or obligation to me your Free Proof Treatment. Mrs. Van Dunbar, who has law under the late Jusstudied ocrats who may not be intimate- ent of Public Schools of this .Age. tice John M, Harlan. Mr. Otbeen in a very delicate state of Name. ly acquainted, as a Democrat of county subject-to- . the November tley resided at Burkesville be health for some time, is no Post OfBce fore coming to Columbia. At sterling worth, worthy of the election. This announcement Street and No. State the former place he was super- - confidence of h;s most ardent precludes the action of .any polit- - Hardware Store O'S'i J- - "V7? 'Tmf XJvZZ' . well-know- ht . i r- rs AWF&mmm?Bmmmm . j femfcB' m ii Wol-for- d, I j Trade Maker first-cla- ss okm be etjftED Free Frve SSif sleep-Je- ss ,w t i a1 Jrc'- - q& V-- v rrs r"S 33 , '-- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 r&&&r&&&b'Qr&&rQ&&&&&&Q$Q& l ,v a Q 11 MM M ill H All Calicos 5c per yd. . ' " " - -- -. WINTER BARGAINS ed here last summer, preaching several times during his stay. He is a minister of considerable reputation, and is said to be an attentive pastor. n Comilr. A. C. Hill, He was the pastor of one church in mercial traveler, was here Thursday. California for twenty-liv- e years. Mr. Hiram Shirley, of Campbells-ville- , Mr. Brack Massie, received a letter was here a day or two of last from Mrs. Mary J. Blakeman, who is week. in Indianapolis, Ind., a few days ago Mr. Wm. llobson, Campbellsville, in regard to the condition cf her was in Columbia a day or two last brother, Mr. Jas. T. Page, this place, week. who went to the Indiana citv to be Mr. L. T. Neat is doing special rev- treated. She stated that Mr. Page enue service and is located in Nelson was doing no.good, that he was at the county. home of his brother. Dr. L. F. Page, Mr. Dick Dudgeon, of Louisville, but that he would be removed to a was here a few days of last wee'k. sanatorium. People of Columbia and Mr. R. TV. Todd, of Central UniversAdair county are very anxious conity, Danville, is spending a few days cerning his condition, hoping that at home. more favorable news will come from Mr. T. R. Stults, who is in business his bedside. at Lancaster, visited his family Dress Ginghams 7c per yd AH 10c Dress Flaneletts 8c. per yd Cut prices on Men's, Ladies and Childrens Sweater Coats " " Underwear Men's $11.00 Suits Cut to $9.00 Men's $10.00 Suits cut to $8.00 " $9.00 " " $7.50 Same Reduction in Men's and Boys Overcoats, Boys and Childrens Suits. AH Wool Blankets price $5.00 Now $4.00 per pair. Cotton Blankets 60c to $2.00 per pair The above prices are for Cash. I will make reductions on all Winter goods. Give me a call and get prices. AH 10c W. L. WALKER. Buggies Surreys 4 Personal well-know- Atfenfion If you If you Runabouts. want to go to Campbellsville want to reach Columbia Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. W. R. MYRERS & SON are running their Motor Cars and are They have.passed in position to convey you in safety and comfort. the experimental stage or the uncertainty of getting to destination on time. They have the latest cars with all the safety appliances and keep you warm in winter and cool in summer. Cars leave Columbia at 2 a. m. and 0 a. m. These Cars have capacity to carry 5 passengers each, besides express, baggage and mail. No one but experienced driver will be allowed to drive a car, so you 1 1 I are absolutely safe in our care Greensburg Kentucky, A Gar Load Of Buggies here last week. Messrs. James Shirley and Cassius Cheatham of Slilltown, were in town Monday. Pellyton. Green river has been higher at this place than was ever known lyres & Son Sells Columbia, Ky. Xarmcl. in the list of states, on a comparative basis, for the number of killings. According to Judge Hardin this startling state of affairs in the United States, and especially in Kentucky, is due to a sort of schonli ng whereby criminals are educated as the result of lack of pun ishment for small offenses. There is no doubt that a better enforcement of the law al along the line would have a ten dency to lessen the number of crimes, big and little. I n localities where there is no wholesome respect for the law, there is bound to be crime, and la xity in the punishment of sm all offenses Bvotj Ed Squires, who has been confined to his room for several days is reported improving. Judge IT. II. Dunbar and his little son, Chester, Jamestown, were in Columbia last Thursday Mr. C E. Page, wlw is a guard at Frankfort penitentiary, was here last week, a witness in court. Mr. B. T. nardiufr, of tlxj Camp-- ! bellsville bar, was among the attorneys who was here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Coy E-- Dudgeon, of Lebanon, spent several daj--s of last week, visiting relatives and friends. Prances, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Iiollin Browning was taken quite ill with pneumonia last ThursMr. Sam Saturday. before. Mr. W. R. Lyon, of Campbells- day. Mr. T. C. Golf, father of W. II., J. II. and Walter Mr. Basil Goff, the liverymen, of Bakertou, visited in Columbia last week. Richardson, a prominent attorney of the Glasgow bar, was here on legal business several days of last week We learn that Mr. Boss Barbee, one of bur oldest citizens, is a victim of pneumonia at his son's residence in Louisville. Mrs. Dr. V. L. Taylor who has been dangerously sick for a week is now reported improving and her recovery is expected at an early day. of Somerset, a The Baptist Academy, teacher at Campbellsville, was a guest of Lincoln's family Saturday and Sunday. Miss Bess Goggin, Mr. John A. Harris and Miss Lula Eoyse, left for Bowling Green Monday. Mr. narris will the Business University and Miss Royse will enter re-ent- er the Normal. Attorney General Jas. Garnett reached Columbia, from Frankfort, last Friday night and will remain here this week unless he is called to his Frankfort ollice. Mr. J. E. Murrell, of this paper, is now confined to his room with neuralgia and a light form of eresypelas, but we hope he will soon be able to assume his duties in the ollice and mix and mingle with his many friends. visited the family of W. S. Bowling Green Normal, last Saturday Sinclair, Saturday. morning. We understrnd there are r, Messrs. Walker and Sam others who are contemplating enterJ. B. Powell and Rev. W, ing later. Lemmon, attended circuit Rev, John N. Crawford and wife, of H. California, reached Columbia last court Monday. Mr. Crawford Tuesday afternoon. N. T. Jones and Wesley Lembocome the pastor of the Presbylias terian church, this place, preaching mon, of this place are doing a last Sunday forenoon and evening. good business in the produce He is known to quite a number of the members of Che church, having visit- - trade, Ab-she- Misses Nell Miller, Elizs Strange, May Webb, Lou Miller, Velma Aaron ley, and Mr. Sam Miller, left Columbia for The health of this community ville, visited the merchants at is good at present. this place last Wednesday. Mr. Ruel Bridgewater made a Misses Ade) Coffey and Etwal Campbellsville Lemmon, are visiting relatives business trip to last Saturday. in Taylor Co., at present. Miss Nannie Grant was the Mr. Tom Rich Jr., got his guest of Miss Emma Page near house and contents burned ud a Coburg, last Sunday. few days ago. The wheat of this neighborMr. James Allen, of Huston- - hood is looking fine at present. ville, was here Friday looking Born, to the wife of Ben Grant after cattle. Jan. 25th, a son. Mr. D. S. Ellis, of this place, We had plenty of rain last was at Liberty the first of the week. naturally brings other and largweek. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Wilson Born, to the wife of W. S. was at the home of Mr. Rufus er infractions. The carrying of concealed deadly weapons is a Sinclair, Jan. 1st, a fine daught- Bailey Sunday. serious offense against the law er. Born, to the wife of Allen and one that almost inevitably Rev. W. H. Lemmon filled his Robertson a son. leads to offenses still more seri appointment at Pine Grove last pro- ous, but The meeting at Jerico is d it is one of our Sunday. gressing nicely under the mancustoms" in Kentucky, Burt Dickenson had a sale the agement of Rev. Dudgeon and is generally winked at and is selfirst of the week and will remove Noman Johnson. dom punished at least convicwith his family to 111. in a few The Birthday dinner at old tions are few indeed in comparidays. aunt Mary Lizzie Smith's was son with the number of offend-erOscar Sinclair and Geo. Par- largely attended and all reportson, left the first of the year for ed a nice time. Kentucky would not stand so Ga. Mr. Ezra Grant was the high in the homicide list but for J. H. Sanders sold to Arthur guest of Mr. Issac Smith last the fact that "pistol toting" is a common practice. Men who Wilkenson, 47 hogs at 6c, amt, Sunday. habitually carry weapons are o $387.49. more than likely to find some ocCrimes, Big And Little. J. H. Sanders bought of J. W. casion or excuse for using them Sanders, one saddle horse, $130. in a way detrimental to peacel Circuit Judge Hardin, in his and order. This is one Mr. D. K. Pelley his little instance. grand-soLee Sanders, are en- charge to the Boyle County at least, where effective punishgaged in making a very fine pro- grand jury at Danville a few ment of a minor offense would duct of maple sugar. days ago, urged the jury to prevent other offenses of larger Has Abell, wife and son, Stan- make a clean sweep in its invest- degree. Courier-Journa- l. "time-honorea. m Saturday June 22nd. Main Greensburg was Blocked! for two hours with Busies sold by Wood Lewis. Street During the day Town Marshal! on to clear the street. What is thft rta.iisp. o&M nF f.liooa PUAmA Sales. Quality, Styles and Easy Riding y REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buo-p-man, the Mower and Binder man, the Gasoline. Engine man, the Farm Implement man. WOODSON GREENSBURG, KY. ! n, igation and to bring all offenders to justice, however small the Herman C Tafel Jobbers and Dealers in offense. Judge Hardin told the jurors that the United States stocd first in the civilized world in the number of homicides committed, according to population, and that there had been an increase in homicides during the last decade Kentucky, he said, stood fourth j XTn-o- r MONEYSJ ms j- -f IK URS e. Electrical Supplies v Inside and outside construction materiaf,. tools, telephone and farm lighting u- - We tell vou now. and tav best market prices. We are dealers; established in 1836; and can do BETTER for you than agents or commission merchants. References any bank in Im-isvillWrite for weekly price list. M. SABEL & SONS & 33 E. Kzikst St.., LOUISmLE, KY. pun. limp-ruul. t ueaiers in runs, niuco, al Al 1 ... a f Louisville,. Ky. 236 W, Jefferson, BAV WMJIJ St V t. 6 THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS How to be Certain of Prejudice is a hard thing to overcome, but where health is at stake and the opinion of thousands of reliable people differs from yours, prejudice then becomes your menace and you ought to lay it aside. This is said in the interest of people suffering from chronic constipation, and it is worthy of their attention. In the opinion of legions of reliable American people the most stubborn constipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of it before, but do not doubt its merits on that account, or because it has not been blatantly advertised. It has sold very successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to their children today who were given it by their parents, and it has been truthfully said that more druggists use it personally in their families than any other laxative. NO CASTE AT OXFORD. SXffSSXs)8Xs Curing Constipation Letters recently received from M. E. Myers, Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Hammersmith, 118 W. Chestnut St, Louisville, Ky., are but a few of thousands showing the esteem in which Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is mild, gentle, not violent, like salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that in time nature again does its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel specific. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. non-gripi- ng The Daily Louisville And The Times News Duke's Son and Cook's Son Share Alike In Sports and Studies. Actually there Is no university or college in America at 'which distinctions of birth or wealth count for less than they do at Oxford. There was once a time when there existed a class of "gentlemen commoners" John Ruskin, I believe, was one of them who enjoyed special privileges and exemptions. But that peculiarity has long since been swept away. Not only are the requirements for graduation identical for all comers, but the social life within each college of the university is open on equal terms to every one on the roll. "Duke's son" and "cook's son" share alike in sports and studies, and it is personal qualities alone that determine the position an undergraduate holds among his contemporaries. The late P. W. Walker, for many years so successful as high master of Bt Paul's school, was once interviewed by the rather snobbish mother of an intended pupil. "Of course," she said, "you are very particular about the parents of the boys you admit to your gchool." "Not at all, madam," was his reply. "As long as your son behaves decently and attends to his work we shall not ask any questions about his parThe head of any college at Oxford or Cambridge might have given a similar answer. London Cor. New York Post. ! ! WEEKLY PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful couch and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, duc x was completely curea by COURIER - JOURNAL HENRYfWATTERSON, Editor DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 AT ALL 111. 50c AND DRUGGISTS. I I Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL C. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON AND THE ADAIR OOUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS MjfBjgl&iifi? Special ents." For i l.50 Yr al, Attnetin to Eyes SILVER PLATING. Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED Adair County Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wood-ro- w Wilson for the Presidency. The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. An Accident Pointed the Way to the Original Process. In 1742 Thomas Bolsover, a mechanic of Sheffield, England, discovered the art of silver plating. He was repairing the handle of a knife in which both copper and silver were used. Accidentally the two metals were fused together. Based upon this observation, he developed the new process. I Upon a thick ingot of copper he bound by iron wire a thinner ingot of silver. The whole was then heated in a reverberatory furnace until the edges of the silver ingot were observed to begin to melt. The two ingots were then removed from the furnace, slowly cooled and pickled, cleaned and rolled s to the desired thickness. The result was a plate of, copper more or less thinly covered with silver on one side. This was the first Sheffield plate. For fifty years following the copper was plated on one side only and tup cut edges showed the copper. Later the process was so perfected that no copper was left exposed. All the of the world was made by this process until electroplating was discovered and made commercial. Popular Mechanics. you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. HUGHES" RESIDENCE. STREET. ONBURKSVILLE i Daily Courier-Journ- al, S6.00 S2.00 I $ j Joseph Q H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : i We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write Jamstown, Kentucky this paper. I $ Why The Adair County News and Weekly Cour- Not ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Read The We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for $4.50 per year Come to th6 office or mail in your subscription. Real Use of the Bee's Sting. "The bee's sting Is a trowel, not a rapier," said a nature student "It is an exquisitely delicate little trowel with which the bee finishes off the honey cell, injects a little preservative inside and seals it up. With its trowel-lik- e sting the bee puts the final touches on the dainty and wonderful work. With the sting it pats and shapes the honey cell, as a mason pats and shapes a row of brick. Before, sealing up the cell it drops a wee bit of poison into the honey This is formic acid. Without it honey would spoil. Most of us think the bee's sting, with its poison, is a weapon only. It Is a weapon secondarily, but primarily it is a magic trowel, a trowel from whose end, as the honey cells are built up. a wonderful preserving fluid drips. i U. G. HARDWICS, Pres. J. H. COCKE, V Pres. R h. DIETZMAN, Sec w. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. Courier -- ESTABLISHED 1S6I INCORPORATED jmmiiWiGrlTS 1301 N. DEALERS IN i I3S9- - mActfiNiSTS oiirnal HENRY WATTERSON ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. MOKE STACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work . : GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfilRTeeNTtf-MftlLOUISVILLe ST. -- 5 All Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once Destroying Money. Paper money is nothing but a promise to pay so much coin. If you destroy a five dollar note, for instance, you simply release the government or the bank which issued the note from the payment of the $3 in gold which the note called for. Of course, there fore, you are not punishable in any manner for destroying the note if it is your own. There is no penalty for mu-- 1 tllating gold or silver coin If you keep itrin your own possession, but as you have thereby destroyed a considerable part of its value you must not try to pass it at par after the mutilation. ." n Tl Editor. we Can Furnish You i r ..liiTT. rJ:! . 1 , rl L .- - & f -- The Adair County News andQthe . S- ". . -! w V JOBBING WORK SOLICITED j Repaired- -I All Kinds of Machinery Weekly al j Courier-Journ- The Government Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year Flame and Wire Gauze. To Sir Humphry Davy belongs the credit of discovering that the flame of burning gas will not pass through wire gauze having 7S4 meshes to the square Courier-Journal inch. This contention may be tested by bringing a flame in contact with similar gauze, when it will be found that the flame will not go through the Courage for the KeW Year. Have the courage to wear thick meshes. This is owing to the cooling boots in winter and insist on action of the wire, which tends to re-right your wife and daughter doing -, Have the courage to start duce the temperature of the flame below the ignition point, the unburned and keep right. the same. gas passing harmlessly through. Of course if the gauze becomes overheated Have the courage to turn from Have the courage to do withthe flame is able to get through. J I ' The Adair Countyews and Daily Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. j 1 ' I Write Courier-Journ- al Com- i We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week Faced Death Calmly. Almost a Threat. Police Inspector Haven't I often instructed you that you are not to allow the public to pick the flowers in this park? Park Keeper Yes; that is my wife, who used to be your cook. Perhaps you will try to make her stop. Moggendorfer Blatter. Three miners, employed at Joplin, Mo., in a zinc shaft, prepared 55 charges of dynamite in the mine and then signaled for the hoister to draw them to the surface. A small piece of machinery slipped from its position and the hoist failed to work. A Curious Word. There is a word in the English lanBefore another hoist could be guage the first two letters of which sigplaced in use the . dynamite ex- nify the male, the first three a female, the first four a great man and the ploded, bringing an avalanche of whole a great woman. The word is debris upon the men, who were "heroine." Ladies' Home Journal. standing calmly at the pit enVery Necessary. Hewett I expect to leave footprints Two hundred men on trance. the sands of time. Jewett It takes worked in relays nine hours in sand to do it Woman's Home Comemoving the layer or rock and panion. dirt before their bodies were All must respect those who respect themselve- s- Beaconsfleld. reached. evil and cling to that which is good. Have the courage to prefer comfort and propriety to fashion in all things. Have the courage to wear your old clothes until you can pay for new ones. Have the courage to.discourage a debt while you have the money in your pocket. Have the courage to obey your conscience at the risk of ridicule from men. Have the courage to own you are poor and thus disarm poverty of its sharpest sting. out that which you do not need, however much your eyes may cover it. Have the courage to speak to a friend in a "seedy" coat, even though you are in company with s rich man and are richly attired. Frightful Polar Winds blow with terrific force at the far North and play havoc with the skin, causing red, rough or sore clapped hands aDd lips, that need Bucklen's Arnica Salve to heal them, uarival-e- d also burns, boils, for sores, ulcers, cuts, bruises and. piles. Only 25c at Paull Drug Co. cold-sore- s, pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. II I II II and Indigestion canned mo great distress for jears. I triec many things for relief, hnt cot httlft 1 olo. tillntfaatTfann. tho best pill3 or medicine I ever tried it in llll IIDIII ! II ! Ill to r" ! 3 1 1 3 DR. KING'S C.E. Hatfield. Gnvan. W. Ya. ewLife Pills I 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRl'GGISTS. " n " J3f X. W " V -- - 3 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Short Stops. Lone OaR, Texas. 'Daily Louisville Herald. THE 1 ( J ( ment of employing blind telephone girls, and finds that it is very effective. So long as they Dear Editor: Reports from the millenium are not deaf, non need complai n Will you please find space in indicate that it has been delayed All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due Says a critic, rr.en do not vour good paper for a letter again. to female ailments, are urged to try Cardul, the reliable, think enough. Of course, he re- from a boy of your county. scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, Hydrocyanic acid is sure death I am in the grand old Lone yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, fers to married men. The bachto rats, mice, insects and chilI relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, elor has to do an awful lot of Star State, at Lone Oak, a thrivdren. and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, quick thinking to remain single. ing little town of about 15000 inthousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative The English language is emhabitants, situated on theJM. K, A Red Wing man walked six & T. results they obtained, from the use of this well-knomedicine. by 150,000,000 people. ployed rail road. I will endeavor miles in his sleep and finished FOR 1913 A few do not murder it. to describe the above named lithis nap in the woods with the Burglar breaks into a house tle town. It has 20 The BRIGHTER, BETTER, mercury below zero. Lucky and steals only a cornet. He deand grocery stores, 2 WomansTonic some of the Minnesota hunters drug stores, 3 hardware stores serves a Carnegie medal. BGGER THAN EVER didn't take him for a deer. 2 national banks, a $10,-00light Now the question is, what will THE REGULAR PRICE OF Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for gun do if it The boxers saved a referee plant, 3 cotton gins, 1 oil mill, 1 a fourteen-inc- h nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she doesn't explode before it does it? from rough handling at the livery stable, 2 blacksmiths shops THE says: "I was not able to do my own housework. My LOUISVILLE TIMES stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had backA Pennsylvania judge fined hands of frinzied fans at Birm and a garage, has 4 passenger ingham, England. The English trains daily. Cotton picking is ache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they his wife $60 and cost because IS $5.00;A YEAR. did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now she sold inferior catsup. Proba- fight fan must be firt cousin to over and farmers are preparing I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise the American baseball rooter. another crop. The yield of the bly he had to eat it himself. Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. A Chicago woman footpad held 1912 cotton crop was about f f YOU WLl SEND YOUR 0RDE Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui Dr. Sun Yat Sen is coming ovbales per acre. Fruit grows Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., er to this country to ask a loan up a man, cleaned him, and then TO US, YOU CAN GET for Special Instructions, and book. " Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 53 you that returned a quarter for car fare. here in abundance. Land is of $200,000,000. Have Just about the amout a woman worth from $75 to $150 per acre. much to spare just now? This is a fine country but I will THE ADAIR COUNTY A newspaper announces that gives her husband when she's not make it my future home. New York chefs receive more through with him. Could she We have not had any real cold than governors; but not half as have been married? NEWS weather yet. I get the News much as head waiters and holdevery Saturday and think it is a up men. Gov. McCreary's Position, AND fine paper. I certainly enjoy A New York atenographer reading the Rowes X Roads let gave up typewriting to marry a According to Frankfort dis- ters as that is my old home. THE L0U1SVILEE baron. After the honeymoon! patches Gov. McCreary is still I guess I have written enough. wanes, she will probably resume seriously considering entering If this escapes the waste basket TIMES it to support him. the race for the United States I will write again sometime. One of Robert Burns' razors Senate and his announcement at Yours very truly, Enjoys the largest circulation in KenBOTH ONE YEAR was sold in London the other day any time would cause little surE. E. Kimbler. newspaper tucky because it is the best for $100. This, however, will prise. It has been repeatedly people know it. in the State and the FOR ONLY An UnlucKy Year. make no diff erence if the buyer's urged to the Governor that for wife happens to need it to rip a the sake of his party and the dress. IT IS state he should decline to get in The year 1913 will prove an THE LOUISVILLE TIMES The dentist who says that he the contest. Recognizing the unlucky one for all cowards, the best afternoon paper princan tell from their teeth when great debt to both of these cheats, sneaks, idlers and wastBesides giving the public the most reliable ted anywhere. fashionable women are in the which exists upon his part some ers. market reports as well as general news, The Ha3 the best corps of habit of smoking cigarettes will of his friends feel that he will If you neglect youn responsi Herald's special features make it probably not get a second peek not announce. But casting aside bility you'il pay penalty of inefamong Louisville newspapers. at those teeth. for a moment these potent ficiency. If you squander your hours Covers the Kentucky field perSpecial attention is called to Herbert A titled English woman has reasons, and looking at the opened a school to teach wives question from a McCreary point and your power, indulge in ex- fectly. Quick's masterful articles which are now runhow to spend money. In spite of view there appears still anoth- cesses, deny your body insufficning serially in The Herald entitled Covers the general news field Gov. Mc- ient sleep, exercise and care, of the suffragettes, England is er deterrent reason. still apparently in a deplorably Creary is now rounding out his you'll lose your strength and completely. long and illustratious public health. ON BOARD THE GOOD SHIP EARTH backward state. and fullest mar , Has the best career with a second term as If you lie, betray, trust and In Springfield, O., they locked Governor of his native state. break your word, your name will kets reports. a bevy of society girls in a padHe was selected as the man who be smirched with disgrace. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but Back numbers of these articles free on re- ded cell during an initiation conld best unite the warring eleIf you make no effort to im- fair to everybody. quest to all who subscribe now. into asecret society, and released ments of the party, and verified prove your position or broaden them in a hysterical condition. the good judgment of those your mind, a more earnest and Cheerful tactics. YOUR SUBSCftlP. DAILY who proposed his candidacy in eager and deserving man will SEND A Harvard professor says that redeeming Kentucky by a ma- dispossess you from your job. AND angle worms can think. If they jority of 31,000. Having been TION RIGHT AWAY But 1913 will be a happy, woncan, they must think that all taken from political oblivion to derful, treasure-ladeprosperCOUNTY men are liars, basing their de- Kentucky's highest office, his ous year for all who strive keenThe proceedings are exactly ductions on the fishermen they friends and enemies alike, not ly and clearly. the same as might obtain in any associate with. Both by Mail for One Year for Bad luck is a matter of char- other case where the defendants unmindful of his perchant for A Chicago man was arrested politics, thought he would be acter not of calendar. Super- questioned the rulings of the When stition is ludicrous by the light court in which they were convictbecause he took a mule into two satisfied. But not so. cafes and tried to buy it a drink. the time came to select delegates of electricity. All the wicked ed. In no way are they exceptHad he done the same in New- to Baltimore the party wa3 torn spirits are in the grogshop. The ional except that they are supassunder by the rival candidacies evil eye is watching, from the ported by labor organizaions port, he'd have been made a McCreary and Ollie front row at the musical comedy. which for some reason or other of Gov. leader. No subscription can be taken for the Herald Good and bad are mental atti- - believe it to be their duty to the King Alfonso is studying avia- James for Chairmanship of the to be mailed to any town or city where that The Governor's tudes. We are great and stal- - defendants to exhaust every retion under an English instructor. Convention. papet is delivered by carrier. Probably for the peace of mind friends. The News being among wart or puny and miserable be- - course before they accept the of his cabinet, his advisors will the number, worked like Trojans cause it is our will to be so. Our judgement of the courts. It is possible that the real reason of insist that he make it a purely to overcome the splendid pop - souls mold our careers. Ex. ularity of Senator James, and such course lies notwholly in the theoretical course. That Writ Of Error. signal triumph fori achieved a proceedings of this particular A Marcon judge rules that a Governor McCreary. Now, ata 0zarKcase. But whether it does or nie Wolford, Mrs. Sallie White; man has a right to 'take a few Tne United States Circuit not, the labor unions are unforcrucial period in the State's his-- j Messrs. Milton Wolford, Bud snifters before getting married. man,Court of Appeals has granted a tunately doing what may appear Last Saturday the 18th 'of Jan- - Mnntmrnprr J.ff Whiio Pocn-.- ! He realizes that it takes courage, tory, when affairs call for a writ of error to the 33 convicted uary, being Mrs. Mag Turpin 'Turpin, Meldrum Scholl, Willie of course, but is a bracer of that of experience and training in thef dynamiters sentenced to Leaven- - to controvert Judge Anderson's Executive Chair, Gov. McCreary and Rosa B. white and Jo Turpin. Alice White statement, to the effect that in sort absolutely necessary? ..;., ;a -i M'iniMiihi ruifi my iir .. rt t. 11111 !Wortn Dnson. ine court has White's birthdays, they all met granted this writ for the pur- dividuals, not organized labor, The authorities of a western the Senate. the home of Mr. and Mrs at university say that farm boys His Stomach Troubles Over. Having been eriven Dracticsllv pose of giving the defense an are on trial. John White, to celebrate their are the phytical inferiors of city opportunity of presenting rea Mr. Dyspeptic, would you birthdays. Mrs. Alice White t0 feel Uiat your stomach not like boys, Here is another dear de- eerv position of honor and trust! troubes sons why the defendants; were 59, Mrs. Mag Turpin 47 and were over, that you could eat any kind lusion shattered and a in the State, a number of terms wrongfully was setback to convicted. If the of food you desired without injury? r q Whifo wflc 7 . L$& in Congress, twice Governor and reasons are sufficient XiUBO " " " Thatmav seem so unlikelv to vou the cry of "Back to the farm!" they will be 3 vif '& tZtt A short time before the noon that you do not even hope for an once United States Senator, now granted a new trial which cer; v A gay old Lothrrio of eighty the guests began to arrive, ins of your trouble, but permit us to fitting as a close for tainly will be due them; much more but if assure you that it is not altogether addressed his dear one day "my was soon spread with impossjbie. n others can be cured The table long career of valued public hey are not. they will be re- - I his fawn." Now he's paying &jade A Hew Man Of Him. all kinds of nice things to eat. permanently, and thousands have for breach of promise. service of Kentucky, would be aimanded back to prison there to "I was suffering from pain in my the dinner fine. AH enjoyed undergo their sentences. The stomach, head and back,-- ' writes H. Probably, too, he sings the old 31,000 majority for Governor T. Alston, Baleigh, N. C. "and my The little girl received some nice ne says, "I was troubled with heart- - song beginning, oi error simply gives oppor-- liver and kidneys did not work right, ignominous defeat for "I never loved than an but four bottles of Electr'c Jitters nresents. Those present were; burn indigestion, and liver complaint uutill used Chamberlain's Tablets. a dear gazell. " the United States Senate. E. unity for review of the case that made me fee? J'ke a new s'&n." Mrs. Frances White, Misses Ma- - fihfin mv fcrouble was ovar Sold bv PRICE 50 CTS. kt ALL DRUG STORES. justice may be done. Baltimore has tried the experi- - Town News. and Flossie Turpin, Bon- - jpauii Drug Co. rv Effie ,7 Blood Was Wrong THE LOUISVILLE TIMES wn Cardui ce up-to-d- ate dry-goo- ds 0 The $4.50. NEWS WHEN NEWS correi-pondent- s. pre-emine- nt LOUISVILLE HERALD THE ADAIR NEWS n, S2.7 - so-cie- ty , I SUBSCRIBE NOW- j 7 i 0 - end-ho- ur ?$l $5,-614.- 80 o trie . lnt M M 8 Gradyville; THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Montpelier. LOUISVILLE MARKETS EVERYTHING IN, Uncle Toddle Helm and wife We are having an abundance are on the sick list at this writing Latest Quotations, on Live Stock We have had plenty of rain Misses Ada Antle and Cora of rain. for the past week. Akers, of Denmark, visited Miss Miss Mary Millero Columbia, HOGS Judge Carter stopped over night Pollie Belk from Saturday until is teaching a very interesting Choice 210 up 8.75 ' while en route for Columbia last Sunday. 7.65 Mediums, 165 to 210. . . school at this place. ' Pigs 6.50 Monday. I There has been quite a -- lot of Roughs Mr. Josephus Coffey sold a 7.00 .". of our people nice filly to a Mr. Allen, of the sickness from lagrippe in this Quite a number GRAIN. were attending court at Columbia bluegrass section for $200. neighborhood but all better at Wheat 105 t last Sunday. condi- this writing. ; Corn 8o Mrs. Hulda Wolford's Allen Rose of Keltner, was tion remains about the same. CATTLE Also Elwood and American Fence. Mrs. Mary Murrah sold her Shipping steer $7.008.60 Friday. here last Aunt Lizzie Haynes spent farm near Montpelier a few days Beef steers 5.506.50 P. H. Keltner was at Sparks-vill- e several days last week with aunt ago to Mr. Frank Waggener for Fat heifers and cows 4256.00 Cutters 3.0o4.00 dea day or so. last week $800. Possesion given at once. Canners Mary McFarland. 2.003.00 livering tobacco, Bulls 8.254.00 Mr. V. M. Epperson sold an Mrs. Silas Dunbar and sister, CO. Feeders 4.255.75 W. L. Fletcher was by the Miss Amanda Jane, spent from Aberdeen calf to Lucian Moore a Stockers 8.755.50 Incorporated bedside of his aunt, Mrs. Smith, Saturday until Sunday visiting few days ago at five cents per lb. Choice milch cows 12-- 1 G Caat Matket Street, Between First and Brook Common to fair cows ... at Breeding last Friday. Mr. J. M. Dunbar. to be weighed and delivered their uncle, SHEEP AND LAMBS Louisville, Ky. Uncle Charlie Yates has been Mr. A. E. Wolford who has later. 5.00 6.00 Best lambs on the sick list for a day or so. been confined to his room for Mr. Geo. Helm, our officient Culls 3.005.00 to note that Mrs. some time is very much improv- blacksmith has purchased a new Fatsheep We are glad HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID auto. The machine arrived in Parson who was very sick last ed and will soon be out again. Local Market. FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Columbia last week and is waitweek, is improving at this time. Wool on Commission. Wrlle for price Our town is .on the improvelist mentioning this ad. .yagjMkMSz&M. Mr. Kittis Dudley one of our ment list for Mr. M. 'L. Owens, ing for the mud to settle to be Established 1837 good citizens has sold out all of our hustling and enterprising brought to Montpelier. 20 JOHN WHITES CO. louisville,ky. Eggs.... S Hens Mrs. Dr. Miller, of Columbia, his posessions here, and will merchant is having a lively s Chickens leave in a few days for the state trade. People just coming and accompained by Miss Mary Wil3 liams were out to see her daught-- Cocks . . . of Illinois, to make his future going all the time. The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al 13 Turkeys. home Miss Pearl Murry, of Sewell- - er who is teaching at this place, ?! Soth One Year for $1.50. S::::::::::::;:::::::. Messrs. Nell & Nell are buying ton, is spending this week with last Saturday and Sunday. 21 Wool spring clipping Miss Rose Conover was visiting considerable tobacco and are her sister, Mrs. Hulda Wolford. 12 daily prising preparatory for Miss Leona Lawless, a daugh- her aunt, Mrs. Fannie Willis, of Hides (green)... The "Distinctive" Store For 45 Feathers the Louisville market. Hards Lawless, your neighborhood several days ter of the late 5 50 Ginseng Floor and Wall Coverings last week. Mrs. W. B. Dulin who has is in very poor health. 25 Beeswax been confined to her room for a Misses Emma Grider, Lillie 3 25 Yellow Root Rugs, Carpets, Linoleum Chamberlgin's Cough Remedy. year or more is getting along and Dellie Collins visited at Mr. 2 This Remedy has no superior for May Apple (per lb), very nicely at this time. M. L. Owens' one night last coughs and colds. It Is pleasant to Wallpaper and Draperies n Mr. Stong Hill the week. take. It contains no opium or other naicotic. It always cures. For sale Hardware man of Glasgow, made When in Louisville come in and see our splendid by Paull Drug Co. Irvin's Store. our town one day last week, anri Q. P. SIYIYTHE Assortments and how well we can serve you with as usual had a good business with Wilson's Store. Your scribe has been very reliable qualities at moderate prices centrally located for our merchants. Mr. J. D. Walker of Columbia, busy for some time, consequently FIRE INSURANCE he has been delinquent. and Mr. English of Greensburg, Mr. John Tucker and wife Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff and Roads are so bad there is no were visiting Mr. J. W. Roy and were in this section a few days Incorporated REAL ESTATE news carried therefore nothing family on last Sunday. ago looking after tobacco. 522 and 524 West Market St. Messrs. Merida Wilson and J. much to report. Mrs. Sis Cravens who has been Many pookers were killed 10 confined to her room for the past B. Napier, two of our old soldiers Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. days ago and no doubt lots of week, is reported better. have received notice of an inU, H. Jones m. E. Jones meat is spoiled. crease on their pension. Miss Louella Combest is visit& Mr. Tom Emerson was here ing her brother at Russell Messrs. Mayfield.the dry goods Birdseve view of our Plant the this week visiting his daughter, Spings this week. man of Nashville, and Pierce Veterinary Surgeon Mrs. Jacob Cooper. n shoe man of St. Miss Susie Murrell and brothand Dentist John Z. Bowmer who recently er, Tommie, were visiting Miss 9 years experience. Special attention Louis, were calling on our merreturned from Illinois has moved Nannie Bailey and brother, last given to Surgical and Dental work. chants last week. Office at residence near Graded School Born, to the wife of Allen to theM. W. Cooper place. We Sunday. building. Kemp, on the 12th a son, mother are glad to have this good family family PHOENO. 7. N. Mr. Lucian Burton and for our neighbor. and child doing well. will remove to the residence of Messrs. Ovile and Luther Mr. D. L. Wilson in a few days. Our farmers down this way have commenced talking about Withers have gone to Illinois, Miss Lena Wilson was visiting W. joining their brother, Mr. Tandy Miss Lela Conover on -- last FriOttley their tobacco crops for the year. From what we have heard we Withers there. day. Httorney-At-liac- u Mr. James Withers who has believe the culture of dark arid Mr. B. O. Hurt was here last i awc ss s s ims Will practice in. all tlie burley will be about equally been staying on Damrons creek, Monday collecting produce. Courts ' in this part of the country. was home last Sunday to see his "Largest in Dixie" Mr. Tom' Collins and family Columbia, Ky. home folks. We have had so much rain were visiting at Mr. Dick BryMr. and Mrs. Finly Richardthat the turning of soil for corn ant's last Saturday. Incorporated very limited up to the present, son have a new boy at their is machinery for the spoke The and no grass seed or oats sown. home. DENTAL OFFICE factory has arrived and is now Mr. U. G. Rexroad, of SomerprosWe have one of the finest ready for running. Or. pects for a wheat crop that we set, was here last week helping Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, have had here for several years. to invoice the stock of goods of DENTIST Purdy. Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Our farmers that sowed grass Rexroad & Wade. NFXT TO POST OFFICE Mr. Frank Leach was here the seed and oats last fall report a Columbia, Ky. Mrs. Sallie curry was shopping first of the week doing surveying fine stand. in Purdy one day last week. RK.S I'HONE 2J. Ol'TICE I'HON'I! 05 Taking everything into consid- for Mr. H. L. Wade. There was an all day singing Mr. James Hammond sold eration, with the certainty of a Democratic Administration for some hogs to Charlie Pile for at Bearwallow, last Sunday. WELL DRILLER Misses Pearl and Mattie Burthe next four years, we certain-l- y $110. There is lots of .talk about road ton visited Mrs. Julia Corbin last ought to feel good. I will drill wells in Adair and law and how they shall be car- week. adjoining counties. See me beOwensby. ried out, but our bad roads are IViss Dollie Burton, Cleo Den- fore contracting. Louisville, Kentucky Latest Rev. J. M. Gooding, of Clinton still with us and nothing being ton and Miss Verna Burton were machinery of all kinds. appoint- done. county, filled his regular the pleasant guests of Misses Pump Repairing Done. Give On Main between Sixth and Seventh ment at Mt. Vernon the 3rd Russell county is behind in Pearl and Pert Burton, last week. me a Call. Sunday. most everything but farther beBorn to the wife of Clem BurEuropean Plans American Misses Lula Royse and Avis hind in the matters of roads than ton, on the 39th, a girl. J. C. YATES Walkup, Messrs. B. Tupman, W. any thing else. How long Oh Mrs.Sillar Burton is on the sick RATES: F. Allison and Boon Walkup, of Lord how long. Hat at this writing. Garlin, were calling on friends American Plan $2.00 and up Business Phone 13 A Aunt Julia Ann Burton is on Residence community recently. SI OQ Per Plate European Plan $1.00 and up the sick list. M. O. Stevenson and was paid at a banquet to Benry Clay DR.,, J. N. MURRELL Mrs. We serve the best American Plan meals in the South MricJ.'B.i3urton. sold his-mchildren, 'of near Columbia, are in! New orleaus in 1842. Mighty costly DENTIST for those with stomach trouble or in- to Mr. Robert. Wright of Casey. " spending this week at the bed- digestion. people every New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. formers mother, Mrs. where use Dr. King's JNew, Life Pills Mr B. D. Corbin and family Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g side of the up Stairs. troubles as well'as liver, kid for J. 5,J3. Barger, who has been ney- these and'bowel disorders. Easy, safe were, visiting Mr. Cleveland BurHerman Steinhilber, Manager ' ..'??" quite" sick. sure. Only,25cts at Paull Drug Co. ''"" Columbia, - Kentucky. ton last Sunday. '' : ROOFING Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. . , ; Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. 35.00-45.- 00 15.00-35.- 1 1 00 -- 3.00-4.- 00 To-da- y. FURS AND HIDES jlllliin and well-know- Jones Jones well-Jmow- Tanner 7 :- de-vid- ed . :mfx .. -' t- - . w. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. James Triplett WHOLESALE Louisville and im-yrov- ed -- Phone-13- in-thi- s ill To-da- y the - - i !" r - , r