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Removal. doing business in the Sinclair building, opposite the Livery stable in this town, has removed to the brick building in the South east corner of the square, formerly occupied by the Reed Hardware Co. This change in location give this company the very best location and a large com fortable building. They trust that their many patrons will appreciate this change as they will be in better position to meet the comforts of those who have been faithful and loyal in the past. Old Schoel Work. FIRST. The American Sunday School Union Grade second. presents a brief statement of Capt.W. James Franklin. W. Bradshaw's Sunday School work up Kieth Beck. to three years before his death. Comes grade .THIRD. from his Superintendent S. D. HenPayne Garvin. derson, KyM Rev. J. H. McCullagh. GRADE FOURTH. Capt. W. W. Bradshaw was a noted Katie Taylor. cavalry officer during the civil war. years he Edith Cooper. For the past twenty-eigh- t has been our intrepid misssonary in Eva Walker. Estella Denney. the roughest mountain region of Kentucky. In a number of counties he Nellie Simms. Frances Strange. established the first Sabbath schools GRADE FIFTH. ever known within their bounds. Stella Antle. At the risk of his life, he has visitCorine Breeding. ed communities rent asunder by Nell Hancock. bloody feuds and unfurled the Gospel Mary Winfrey. standard of peace and good will. The Martha Grissom. following Illustrates some features of Allen Eubank. his work. Otha Miller. One thousand and forty Sunday Wallaco Coffey. Schools, located in iifty-si- x different Creel Beck. counties have been organized by Capt. Lawrence Antle. W. W. Bradshaw,. These schools GRADE SIXTH. have furnished instruction for eighty Alonzo Summers. thousand children. One hundred and GRADE SEVENTH. two young men from these schools Bonnie Judd. have become ministers, seventy-eigh- t Letitia Paull. churches have been organized and Anna Eubank. nine thousand conversions reported. GRADE EIGHT. Visiting the communities where he Minnie Ingram. started the work, he was glad to find Virginia Coffey. so many Schools in a flourishing condition after more than twenty years Creel Nell. GRADE NINTH. of usefulness. At one point a promiRex Holladay. nent phisician said, "Bradshaw this Kate Cooper. place is not as 3'ou knew it years ago, GRADE TENTH. when you were around here organiz. Mary Myers. ing those Sunday Schools, I did not Katherine Gill. believe they would amount to any Grace Conover. thing. But they are monuments Bryant Garnett. which will last forever. Instead of this being one of the worst places in Smith Gill. GRADE ELEVENTH. the state, it is now as good as the best. Nellie Tarter. I have practiced through ehis section Leonora Lowe. for thirty-fiv- e years and know what The total enrollment to date for the it was then, and what it is to day." This commendation may also be ap- Graded school is 233, which likes only plied to the schools of our other mis- 44 of enrolling the entire number listed in the district. sionaries. The management of the school feels The Secretary of Missions, Philadelvery grateful for the hearty phia, Pa., gives a copy of the resoluof the patrons. tion adopted by the Board of ManaWe invite you to attend our Wed gers of the American Sunday School nesday morning chapel exersises which Union on January 3rd. 1913. Resolved, That we recognize that in grows in interest each meeting. the death of Capt. W. W Bradshaw the world loses a good man and that Methodist Minister Recommends this Seciety loses a wise, faithful agChamberlain's Cough Remedy gressive and singularly successful MisRev. James A. Lewis, Milaca, Minn, sionary, who through the long period writes: "Chamberlain's Cough Rem of thirty one years of service in this relation has given evidence of his edy has been a needed and welcomed tireless energy and unswerving devo- guest in our home for a number of tion to the interest of the spiritually years. I highly recommend it to my destitute boys and girls in the moun- fellows as being a medicine worthy of trial in cases of colds, coughs and tain regions of Eastern Kentucky." Attest G. P. Williams, D. D. croup." Give Chamberlai's Cough Remedy a trial and we are confident SECKETAKY OF MISSIONS. you will find it effectual and continue Philadelphia, Jan. 23rd. 15)13. He adds to the above, this is no for- to use it as occasion requires for years mal resolution, but is a genuine ex- to come, as many others have done pression of the high opinion in which For sale by Paull Drug Co. we hold our good brother. We shall long remember him, and Grand special sale on good Burley his work will go on telling for right- and Dark tobacco Saturday Feb. 8, eousness during all the years to come. 1913. Buyers from other markets have The seed he has sown will bring asked an oppertunity to be with us, at forth fruit that will be gathered br- the same time requested a good line of others in the distant future. He saw tobacco on the floor. Please bring much of the blessing God gave to his your best tobacco, properly grading labors while here with us, but much and ordering before starting with it .more will greet his eye's when all shall to the market We have the promise stand before the King. of Mr. Cannon, the famous South Carolina auctioneer; also the assurance of other necessary assistants to make Special Notice. this the greatest sale our market has ever witnessed. We are expecting a Parties indebted to the firm of Drs. nice clean run of fancy burley and Russell & Hindman for medical ser- bright oily heavy bodied darks in good vices and wishing to settle their ac- order, well classed; and have arranged counts with the doctors will please do to offer from 150,000 to 200,000 lbs. at Don't miss so before Feb. lo, as said firm has date mentioned above dissolved partnership and will after this certainty to get a premium on that date place all their accounts in your tobacco, this is the opportunity the hands of a collector.. All accounts of your life and means much to those due said firm must be settled by that who join in. Thankingyou in advance and assuring you timesome way, as the doctors will-aft- for your that every effort will be brought to that keep separate accounts while they still occupy the same of- bear to influence "Tip Top" prices. We are fice. Yours very truly Greensburg Loose Leaf Tobacco WareNo Need to Stop Work . house Co. When the doctor orders jou to stop work it staggers you I can't, you Perhaps some of your readers will say. You know you are weak, run be interested in knowing what kind down and failing in health day by day of weather we have been having the but you must work as long as you can tw o last Januarys. In January lsH2 stand. What you need is Electric the highest temperature was. 38, the Bitters to give tone, strength and vig- lowest was 14 below zero, the average or to your sj stem, to prevent break was 20. En January 1013 the "highest down and build you up. Don't be was GO, the lowest 20, and the averweak, sickly or ailing when Electric age was 35. These reccnings were Bitters will benefit you from the first taken at 7 o'clock each morning. In ose. Thousands bless them for 1912 there were 17 cloudy mornings, tJir- - glorious health and strength. and in 1913 there were 21. Every bottle is gua ranteed Dr U. L. Taylor. Try them to satisfy. Only 50c. at Paull Drug Co. Foxes Wanted. er -- Virgie Hawkins. Nellie Smith. A change in the condition of the Quite a number have recently asked A mass meeting was held Sunday pike from tnis town to Campbellsville, if the Baptists of this town mean to afternoon Feb. 2 1913, in the metho-- . from bad to worse forces W. R. Myers dist church, Columbia, Ky., to indorse and son to withdraw their automo- build their new church. To settle the fears and doubts of many we anbill the Kenyon-Sander- s bile service until the summer sun swer that the committee recently re now pending before congress. shine overcomes the winter rains and turned plans for certain corrections, On motion Judge N. H. Moss was freezes. Apparently, last week, the which, when done, we feel will prove unanimously elected chairman and outlook was favorable, the future satisfactory to the entire congregation Chesterfield Turner, secretary. seemed certain to warrant a continu- and that no further delay will be necJ. S. Chandler, pastor of methodist ance, of the good service they were essary in this important work. church, spoke as to the purpose of the giving, It is but the rain softening the the opinion of the building committee bill, pointing out the great victory roads, heavy wagons digingdeep rutes, that active work on the building will which the passage of this bill would the rough stone tumbled on the road begin in the early Spring. You need n give the people. He read all combined to make it unsafe and al- not further question for we are all a letter urging our two United most impassable for autos. It is a keeping the faith and while the comStates Senators to use their vote and means of protecting the public and mittee may appear to some a slow influence for this bill. On motion safeguarding their personal interest moving body, yet you may put it down of Rev. Chandler the letter was rethat these gentlemen further refuse for a fact that it is a certain moving ferred to the following committee: to operate their machines on this one. Make yonr arrangements not F. R. Winfrey, G. B. Smith and Dr. road. They are mail contractors and only to pay what you promised but to U. L. Taylor. The letter was reportto that extent are compelled to carry give more if necessary. ed and adopted as read with this sugout their agreement which will be gestion that the citizens of the meet- done on old hacks, arrangements For Sale. ing be given an opportunity to sign it having the been made with Goff Bros. A motion was carried that a copy of Liverymen of this town, to keep this letter with the signatures be the hacks going. These gentlemen I can furnish a complete Newspaper sent to each of the following named inform The News man that they re- and Job outfit at a remarkabley low gentlemen, United States Senators, gret to take this step but as above price. I have the press, type and all T. H. Paynter and W. O. Bradley, stated no other safe course was open. necessary materials for a good plant. and Representative in congress, Har- The inconvenience and wory to the The outfit used to print The Spectavey Helm. traveling public are plain to us all. tor and the Feese JobOffice when comThe following men spoke very en- The effect on this entire community bined will make strickly a first-clas- s thusiastically as to the benefit to is neither wholesome nor appreciated, country plant. I have both and will from the passage of this bill. but no one acquainted with conditions sell so cheap that it would surprise Rev. J. S. Chandler, pastor M. E. will have any just ground for criticis- any one, who knows the worth of Church. ing the course taken. printing machinery and material. Rev. O. P. Bush, pastor Baptist anti-shippers V. M. Gowdy Co., Wholesale Grocery anti-saloo- Age ed Ole age as it comes in the orderly process of nature is a beautiful and majestic thing. It stands for experience, knowledge, wisdom, counsel. That is old age as it should be, but old age as it often is means poor digestion torpid bowels, a sluggish liver and a general feeling of Hi health, despondency and misery. This in almost every instance is wholly necessary. One of Chamberlain's Tablets taken immeniately aftersupper will improve the digestion, tone up tne liver and regulate the bowels. That feeling of despondency will give way to one of hope and good cheer. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Can't You Understand. the people of this section that we will not print unsigned communications, Many, many times we have notified Church. Rev. Z. T. Williams, pastor Chris tian Church. Dr. U. L Taylor. Judge F R. Winfrey. A Resolution was adopted to have the county paper publish the proceed ingsof the meeting", and letter together with its signatures following is the lettor. Chesterfield Turner, Secy. Columbia, Ky., Feb., 2, 1913. Senators T. H. Paynter and W. O. Bradley: Washington, D. C. Dear Sirs, We, citizens of Adair county, Ky., g in assembled, feeling that it is for the best interest of our beloved county and State that the Kenyon-Sander- s g bill become a law, do thereby most earnestly request you gentleman, as our representatives in the Senate of the United States, to vote for the passage of said bill. Respectfully, N. II. Moss, Judge A. C. C, Chair., Chesterfield Turner, Supt., City Schools, Sec'y., J. Z. Conover, Dep , Jailer, M. L. Grissom, H. T. Walker, S. G. Denney, Mrs. Goe. W. Staples, Elizabeth Holladay, Mrs. JolmO. Russell. Mary Chandler, Rev. O. P. Bush, William Chapman Dohoney, W. T. McFarland, R. R. Moss, J. II Pelly, T. G. Rasner, J. A Vire, G. R. Reed, Braxton Massie, G. P. S my the, G M. Stephenson, W. II. Gaines, Elios A. Dunbar, H. B. Garnett, W P. mer, J. M. Russell, Melvin W I. Ingram, I. E. McDougle, W. O. Murrell, R H.Durham, G. C. Garrison, C. R Hutchison, Guy Stephenson, Jo S. Knifley, W. L. Frankum, L Denton. .las. Triplett, Sam Stephenson, J. G. Eubank, R. F Rowe, Edwin Cravens, Ray ' Montgomery, Atty., Marie Denton, Mary Breeding, Jno. W. Ottley, Mrs. J. W. Walker, Nettie Clark, J. C. Spears. .1. D' Walker, G A. Smith, Mrs. R. F. Rowe, Mrs. R. R. Moss. Jo N Conover, Marvin mass-meetinanti-shippinSum-Conove- r, Kentucky is the home of an institution that is now enjoying a national The First National Bank has made reputation. All the southern states some inside adjustments in its buildad more than half of the northern A Good Improvement. ing which adds much convenience and are now sending students to the Bowlcomfort to its officials as well as to ing Greeu Business University. Its Postmaster W. A. Coffey has safe- many of its customers. A private graduates axe also in strong demand guarded the mail by a heavy wire room is made and in cold weather is and are employed as they complete screen so'that the office may remain used for the comfort of those who their courses. open on Sunday for the convenience need the heat of a good fire. of those who have lock boxes. This We desire to inform the people of was not an expensive matter, yet it A party was given last Friday night this section and district that it is will be highly appreciated by many at the home of Mr. G. H. Nell, by highly probable that Mr. E. M. Cox who can get their mail without incon- Misses Creel Nell and Kate Gill. will not have a clear road for the Revenience to themselves or to the post- There were many present, and the publican nomination for senator in master. evening was passed most pleasantly by this district, a gentleman of qualifiall those present cation, merit and adaptability with The Best Cough Medicine strong party ties, clean record, broad Col II. C. Trigg, a prominent citi- aquaintance and unyielding persist"I have used Chamberlain's Cough zen of Glasgow, known and appreciat- ency informs us that he will probably Remedy ever since I have been keeped by many people in this section, cast "his hat in the ring." He lives ing house," says L. C. Ilames, of Mar-burdied last Sunday in Florida. Col. in this end of the district a::d is well Ala. "I consider it one of the Trigg was a public spirited citizen best remedies I ever U9ed. My child- who will be greatly missed in Barren and favorbly known in every county composing it. ren have all taken it and it works like county where he had spent most of a charm. For colds and whooping his life and whose effort to advance For Sale. cough it is excellent." For sale by the interest of his town and county Paull Drug Co. A tract of land. 40 acres, 2 brought good and lasting results. y, Lebanon, within a few days, will return to its old wallow in the mire. The Court of Appeals sustained the lower court in its decision confirming the victory of the wets in the election held last jear. For several years Lebanon has been a dry town but all the while in the grasp of better contention between those who favored and those opposed to the legal sale of liquors. From our view point, from what we hvae seen of wet Lebanon and dry Lebanon certainly a mistake has been made. One thousand dollars will be the licens imposed by the town and it is probable that several saloons will open within a few days. C. S. Harris. Mothers Can Safely Buy Dr. King's New Discovery and give it to the little ones when ailing and suffering with colds, coughs throat or lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless once used, always used. Mrs. Bruce Crawford, Niagra, Mo. writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery changed our boy from a pale weak sick boy to the picture of health." Always helps. Buy it at Paull Drug Co. and yet, nearly every week news items are received and no signature to show from whence they came. Into the basket they go. We appreciate any news items and your timidity should not prevent you from givinsr them. Sign your name in sending in matter for publication if you expect to see it in the News. A National Business School. Improvement. In the month of January marriage licens were issued to the following parties by County Court, lerk Walker Biyant. Shirley and Grace Ilainey. J. R. Rowe and Alace Richards. Alvin Rossen and Flora Pickett. W. A. Sapp and Cora Eastridge. S. II. Mitchell and Maggie Brooks. Elam T. Gibson and Jennie Dickson Valentine Leftwich and Ella Rudd. W. F. Melson and Mada Cundiff. James Reader and Lela Watson. G. R. For Sale. frora Columbia, Ky., Address Brase, Cairo, 111., R. F. D. 1 miles' F. O. Per-ryma- n, Mrs. J I. Simpson, Miss Lizzie Murrell, U. L. Taylor, M. D., Nannie Vance, Sallie E. Murphy, Oct a via M. Reed, M. A. Smith, Mrs. W. T. McFarlaud, Miranda Williams, J W. Coy, G B. Smith, F. R. Winfrey, W. T. Garvin, J. S. Chandler, Mr. Erret Feese who has spent several years in printing offices in this Pastor Methodist church, Z. T. Wil State lias decided that fresh air and liams, Fred Rainwater fbroader ranges for exercise lead to more happiness and better results. He is now comfortably quartered on a Every Student. farm near town and will endeavor to reduce the cost of living. Every student who has ever completed a course in Telegraphy and Goff Bros, are now conveying passen Railroad Accounting in the Bowling geis to and from Campbellsville. Green Business University has gone to They are using light hacks and sura good position immediately on gradu- reys and can carry you in comfort. ating. Now is a good time for young They are prepared to take baggage. men to enter railroad service. The same old price of 81 50 prevails. Grey Foxes $2.50, Red Foxes 85.00; and I need the money. Please come set- Minks 88.00 to 88.00 each; Coons 81.25, House and large lot, near the Graded andexpress. "Send name of yourex-pressoffl- School, also 30 acres of' land 2 miles yuu a tn- or tle at once. It will save in first letter; statement from town. W; T. Hodgen,- W. t. Walker. Frank Sinclair Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. ce All notes and accounts are now due King's New Discovery. Soothes irritated throat and lungs, stops chronic and hacking cough, reA pocket-boo- k containing one 20 dollar bill, one 10 dollar bill and six lieves tickling throat, tastes nice. 5 dollar bills, and a check for $18 Take no other; once used, always made payab'e to the undersigned and used. Buy it at Paull Drug Co. signed by Geo. Herri ford. Will pay a Columbia, Ky. reward. "R. K. Young of Columbia, and J. " Single Comb White Leghorn eggsi Young' of Glensfor,k, bought fifty J. R. Parrott. A. ' " J' 13-head of cattle in Cumberland county. Ifor batching, 65c for 15. If by Parcel ,. The light from burning plant beds 4ast week rangieg in price from 4 to 5 Post, you pay postage. Book your or- - or shrubery from fields to be cultivatf. pents per pound.. Ttiey left Tuesdayif d&r'&irly as I will have, only a limited ed are discernable nearly every night. For Sale.,,.. f"j morning for the Stanford market with number ,j M rs. J no. N. Conover. Lost. Dr. 2t There will be the regular preaching service at the Presbyterian Church Black Jack with white points, 15 next Sabbath morning and evening, hands, coming 4 years old 6 choicely midweek prayermeeting Wednesday, Bulls, ol enough 7 p.m. bred for service, will make special prices to J N. Crawford, minister. buyers. quick Don't you Believe II R. T. Baker, Amandaville, y. Some say that chronic constipation t. cannot be cured. Don't jou believe it. Chamberlain's Tablets have cured Surprise Your Friends others why not you? Give them a For four weeks regularly use Dr. trial. They cost only a quarter. For Kiug's New Life Pills. They stimu- sale by Paull Drug Co. late the liver, improve digestion, reEgg Machines. move blood impuritities, pimples and eruptions disappuar from your face J. O. Russell's stock of about 100 and body and you feel better. Begin White Leghorn hens and pullets proat once. Buy it at Paull Drug Co. duced 147U eggs during the month of Last week Mr. N M. Tutt sold all Januarv. the saw timber on his track of land on Lost A gold watch charm with Sulphur, to Sandusky and Company. This timber will be cut and hauled to Knight's Templar emblem on it. their mill in Columbia as soon as the Finder please leave at this office and a good reward. road will permit heavy traffic As we receive C. S Harris. understand the price paid was six v . hundred dollars. Fred Deuson sold a 3. jear old filly to Brack Cain, last week, for 8175.00. One of the most interesting cases She is an extra good one and cheap at tried in the circuit court in its Janu- the price. ary term was the commonwealth against W. O. McAlister. Some sevAn extra good Jersey cow for sale. eral days were spent in this trial which Will calve in three weeks. resulted in a hung jury. L. Cf. Hindman. . Reg-Huriford l2-4- - 1 v 75 .head. if. Quite a number of farmers in this .tl.k'eep on baud an .assortment of section started plows last week and Spectacles. If- you need glasgesit- will with favorable weather much ground pay you to see me. J. P. Beard. will be turned in a few more days - w , Peafowls Wanted. w $'1.5 0 to $2.00 each W. J. iten. Capbellsv;.ie, Ky. THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Getting (Even. Congress would appoint an. investigating committee which (Lexington Herald). A Warrensburg man who has would learn who was responsiFew appeals are taken from ble and deal with that individu- been missing meat from his he verdicts of time for the al. smokehouse all fall and suspectjudgments of.no tribunal aie ed one of his neighbors, set a LETTERS POUR IN ON HIM. more just truth and immortalEver since the Governor made trap by killing an old family dog ity are one. In that story human his speech in Chicago letters and and dressing the carcass to reachievement that is yet to be telegrams have been pouring in semble mutton. Sure enough, it written, Lode, Marengo, Auster upon him. A number of these was stolen at night, and next litz and the Pyramids will take have contained denunciations, day about breakfast time, drop their place beside those of Fred- - while scores have counselled less ping in on the suspects, he found ericksburg, Petersburg, Spotts- - outspoken utteaances. them devouring the "sheep." ylvania and the Wildernesses, Being invited to take "pot luck," There were no fewer than mdimmed by a Waterloo, and letters awaiting Gov. Wilson he declined, saying he had just unmarred by a St. Helena on his return from Chicago. He had breakfast, and then told Millions of pilgrims may visit- - has not seen all of these and them of the joke he had played the shrine of that restless pro there is no way of knowing how on "somebody." The family duct of chance and Fate, whose many of them referred to the listened without a smile and then mortal remains lie entombed be- speech, either in laudatory or made an excuse to go out the side the Seine, but it is Lee that other terms. After the Trenton back door. As the visitor left will ever wear in the Hall of speech la3t Monday another ex- he heard voices out in the back Fame that sword which his mag- tremely large batch of mail was yard saying something that nanimous conqueror refused at received. sounded like "New York." Ex. Appamattox. John W. Williams of New Where They Should Go. Today there are millions in York City i s not personally whose hearts his memory has known to Gov. Wilson, so far as .been enshrined that will pay the Governor can recall. NeverSingers to Alto, Ga. 'loving tribute to his great name, theless Mr. Williams took it upon Bakers to Cakes, Pa. remembering the anniversary himself to send the Governor the in Jewelers to Ind. of that day that gave him birth. following telegram: Smokers to Weed, Cal. 'That four years which gave im"Don't be such a fool. Use Printers to Agate, Col. perishable fame, were not years your brains and keep your The sleepy to Gap, Pa. of victory only. When the odds mouth shut. Don't be a silly ass The idle to Rust, Minn. of battle during the first half of and make the whole country Cranks to Peculiar, Mo. struggle were less unequal, ashamed of you." that Poets to Barnassus, Pa. opponents, yet for inferior to his Gov. Wilson himself made Deadheads to Gratis, 0. .he showed that genius which this telegram and in doing so he Actors to Star City, Ark. gave his name to the military said; Perfumers to Aroma, 111. rolls of history, but it was the "I want this made public be- Apiascists to Beeville, Ind. closing years of unequal combat, cause I want the country to Tramps to Grubtown, Pa. when every resource of the peo-pl- e know that I get that sort .of crit-icsBankers to Deposit, N. Y. he loved had been exhausted, Small men to Biggest. Ind. from New York and I want and the ranks of his unfed and the country to know that the telWidows to Widows, Ind. army had been re- egram was transmitted by the Brokers to Stockville, Nev. in numbers, that he gave Po3tal Telegraph Company." duced Old maids to Antiquity, 0. .his name and fame to the ages. At the time this was all the Lovers to Spoonville, Mich. When the crest line had been Governor would say except, "I Hunters to Deer Trail, Col. reached, and his gallant troops stand pat." When asked later Young ladies to Bags, Va. .were forced back from Gettys- in the day about the effect his Hucksters to Yellville, Ark. burg to their former position, recent speeches have had, be Cobblers to Shoe Heel, N. C. sick of heart and sick of body, said; "I have given no considerPoliticians to Buncombe, N. C. poured out his great soul in a ation to the matter." he The "hoys" to Midway, S. C. ietter of resignation in which he Theosophi&ts to Mystic, Conn. "means what he says." took to himself all the blame for Topers to Brandy Station, Va. But Joseph Tumulty, the Govhis defeat and gave to his gallant ernor's secretary, made a statePhysicians to Doctortown, Ga. generals all the praise for his ment early in the day which rePuzzle fiends to Riddletown,Ga victories. For this letter there flected the Governor's views, for Drummers to Modest Town,Va will be found no parallel, save it Mr. Tumulty showed it to him Druggists to Balsam Lake, Wis may be in the generous response before issueing it for publication Prohibitionists to Dry town, Cal of President Davis. Th statement read: Political orators to Stumptown In the centuries to come the "Attempts are being made to Pa. names of those who gave him make an issue of Gov. Wilson's Newly married couples to Bliss, loyal support may fade into speech at Chicago. This is no- Mich. Ex. oblivion, as have the generals of thing less than amusing. Gov. Keep Posted. Alexander and Caesar, and as Wilson's attitude on business and now fading those of Napoleon, its relations to the Government, tout his will grow with the ages, as expressed in his several Go to the office of your county and be perpetuated long after speeches since election, 'is, as any newspaper and hand its editor the events of that great conflict well informed person m the a dollar more, if he asks it itself have passed away. country would testify, exactly and ask him to send you the the same as his attitude before county paper for a year. Let us .Hot For The Fellow Who Starts his lomination and bpfore his see what you vill get in exPanic. change: Accounts of all transelection. "Every word that Gov. Wilson fers of property in the county; "Trer.ton,N. J. Jan. 19. Presid- has uttered is in complete har- improvements in roads, public ent-elect Wilson said' today mony with the principles to buildings and private property; with reference to his reecnt which he has strictly adhered stock news and crop reports; marriages, births, deaths of all speeches. throughout his public career. "I stand pat," adding later, "If there is any surprise at friends and relatives, leading "I have given no consideration this attitude it can be manifest-onl- y facts regarding State, National 'to the reports of Wall street disby those who fail to realize and world happenings; somt satisfaction with my remarks" that the country has elected to funny stories to lighten the day's There was a good deal of pan-i- c the Presidency an honest and burdens; scientific and dairy talk about the State House fearless man who means exact- comment; historical articles; pictures of prominent people; during the day that might be ly what he says." perhaps a good story or two in characterized as "amused The President-elec- t had three the course of a year, Where callers of national importance. Senator-elec- t Ollie James of else can you get so much for one They were Senator-elec- t James, dollar? JKentucky and Senator Thomas Senator Gore and Senator Stone, The editor may swoon, but he J?. Gore of Oklahoma don't think of Missouri. will recover, if the teacher asks thre is going to be any panic. him for somathing to do to help But if there is, Mr James thinks Special Offer. make his paper a success. Perone knows what will nappen. .Directly after he had conferred haps there is nothing you can do During the month of January and but the editor will appreciate with the Govenor, 'though he February we will . furnish the daily one year 83.00 the re- your offer of assistance. Per--hamade it plain that he was not di- - Courier-Journprice is 86.00. Six months,81.75: vulging what had been discussed, gular he will hand you a bundle three months, $1.00. Remember that he announced flatly that in the this holds good only during- the of paper, a few stamped envelopes, and ask you to send in the case of panic the Democrats in , months of January and February. Tribute to Lee. news from your neighborhood. -- 3,-0- 00 -- -- m ill-equipp- ed traveling photographer who took If he wishes this, do it and his picture, but no other valuconsider that you have your re- ables. ward in knowing that you are Miss Hostetter Hocks is prewisely advertising paring to sing at the entertainfairly and your district. Perhaps you will ment at Bounding Billows Satbe able to write a brief account urday night. She just sung of some happening, or tell some there a few week ago. Nobody worth-whil- e story, that the ed- will go from this vicinity as itor will be glad to have. If so, everybody knows her. be glad to give it; but if he reThe old Miser went hickory-nfuses such contributions, hold bunting Tuesday, and when him blameless. He, not you, is he got home he found that he the one who runs the business had brought along several that and must succeed or fail accord- had worm holes in them. He ing to his ability to please the took them back at once and got people and he knows what they good ones instead. want and desire much better Sim Flinders fell through the than can you. One thing is cerloft at the Hog Ford church Suntain he will not print ill temday morning while preaching pered comment, or unimportant was going on. He had gone to happenings, or silly nothings. the loft to hear the sermon If you help him at all, give him through a crack without having material that is worth while to pay the preacher anything. material that you will not be After a brief mental rest the ashamed to sign your name to. But first give him your dollar! Wild Onion school teacher has He can live without your person- agaiu opened school and the al assistance but he must have scholars are again learning fast. the financial support of his peo- Little Fidity Flinders who within the past few months has got ple if he serves them well. Besides, had you ever thought behind with her studies, has how much advertising he gives caught up with the rest of the the school affairs of the county? class by tearing a few leaves Many columns from first to last, out of her book. are devoted to scools and school Slim Pickens took up several affairs and many a complimen- of the old ones the other night tary notice is given of a teacher at the Postoffice by asking them who borrows hi neighbor's pa- if they knew how a man looked No one per in order to enjoy the pleas- when he was asleep. Quit this bor- could answer the puzzling quesurable write-up- . rowing! Buy your own county tion, and then Slim told them paper; your own educational pa- that a man didn't look at all pers; your own books then you when he was asleep because he mark them up, clip them, or oth- had his eyes shut. Slim will be erwise use them for the best ad- trying to teach the Wild Onion vantage. Southern School Jour- school next. ut The Popular Vote. The common belief that the presidential vote in 1912 was less than the presidential vote in 1908 is incorrect. According to the official figures compiled for the World almanac the total vote this year was 15,033,069, as against 14.SS8.442 four years ago, an increase of 145,227. But only the socialists profited from this larger vote. They alone made gains, and very significant gains. Debs vote in 1908 was 420,793; in lgl2 it was 900,672, an increase of more than 100 per cent. As for the Democrats, Wilson polled a total of 6,293,454, as against Bryan's total of 6,499,-10- 4 in 190-- a decrease of 11-650. Stranger still, the total vote cast for Taft and Roosevelt was less than the total Republi, V can vote in 1908. Taft's 1912 vote was 3,484,950 and Roose- velt's was 4,119,538, Together they polled 7,504,518, which falls 74,390 under Taft's total of four years ago. nal. What Caesar Did for Good Roads. Hogwallow News, When Caesar took an easward -- -- com-;ment- ." -- al ps ride, Atlas Peck is on a trade for a And grabbled the Gauls for patent combination sausage Rome; grinder and hand organ. What was the first thing that he Yam Sims was seen at the did, Dog Hili "church last Sunday. To make them feel at home. He just went because Miss Flutie Did he increase the people,s load, Belcher was there. And Liberty forbid? Frisby Hancock's brother in- No, he dug in and built good law died near Rye Straw Thurs- reads day and Frisby will drive his That's what old Caesar did. black horse for a while. Did Caesar put the iron heel lays twice As soon as the hen Upon the foreman's breast? inmore Miss Hostetter Hocks Or did he try to make them feel, tends to go to Tickville on a That Roman rule was best. expedition. shopping What did he do to make them says some glad Jefferson Potlocks men with their promises is like a He'd come their midst amid? lot of fiddlers they are all time He built good roads in place of tuning up but never play. bad, A traveling man was in town That's 'vliat old Caesar did. polls. of the He selling safes, but none built yood roads. from hill to merchants would buy one as he hill, The most significant fact in all did not bring one for them to Good roads from vale to vale; these returns is the increase and examine. distribution of the socialist vote. He ran a good roads movement, It is not a sectional votes, for .sAs soon as Luke Matthewsla Till old Rome got all the kale. the banner socialist states in moves out of his chair at the He told the folks to buy at this election, were Ohio, Pennsylpostoffice the postmaster aims to home, vania, Illinois, California, New straighten things around for Build roads their hills amid; York, Oklahoma, Washington, Christmas. Until all roadsJed unto Rome. Indiana, Wisconsin and Missouri The rats have carried off nearly That's what old Caesar did. in the order named, while in all of Tobe Mooeley's corn and If any men would make their Idaho more than 10 per cent of he said if he can find out which town the total vote was socialist. one it was they wont eat any The center of the map; This is something for Democrats more of it. Where folks would come and and Republicans alike to think Tobe Mcseley took down his settle down. about seriously. porch this week and stored front And live in plenty's lap it away in the smokehouse, as If any town its own abodes' nrlfZiJii9 he will not want to use it any O Of poverty would rid; this winter. ' ti .; fts - 75 tS kif7 Let it get out and build good Tfor tt.A --Washington Hocks is back at :vn roads; ? home after a week's stay at the Just like old Caesar did E. moonshine still on musket ridge. Town News. i :- - tc'o A Wew ?Y: ? Of S 5rr . 3 He reports a big time and will j "IwasbUHttnugiroru pam iu m be able to sit up in a fe v days. I keep on hands a full stock of g tomach, Lead and wack. vr.:es li. 3 . Even the Prohibtionists suffered from apathy. Their vote in November was only 206,275 compared with 253,800. This loss of 47,565 is nearly h of the total. It is a curious fact that- with the exception of New Hampshire all the New England states cast more votes in 1912 than in 1908. The middle states of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania cast fewer votes in 1912 than in 1908. Ohio Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Nebraska and Iowa also took less interest in the 1912 campaign than in the I90S campaign The same is true of the border states, Kentucky, Tennes see and Missouri. There's no uniform rule applying to the south. Alabama, for example, cast more votes than in 190S and Georgia cast fewer votes, Texas showed a large increase, while South Carolina a large decrease, while Virginia's slump was exactly 70 votes and Oklahoma's was 839. The mountain states showed an increase. Coloredo, Utah, Wyoming. Montana and Idaho cast more votes than they did in 1908. By reason of woman's suffrage, Colifornia's vote should have doubled, but her 1912 vote was only 673,527, as against 386,-59- 7 in 1908. Apparently nearly 100,000 qualified citizens of California remained away from the one-fift- f&.7h&xgu n & .rrf.'r -. ft - -- . Cricket Hicks, while going hearses. Prompt service night or day. along the road on Musket Ridge Phone 29. J. F. Triptett, yr the other day, was held up bv a Columbia, Kj. ! coffins and caskets, also robes; 45-- 1 T. Alston, Raleigh, jN. C . "aad ruy i liver andkzdnevs did not worl: right, x but four bottles of Electric Bittera I made me feei ke a new man." ti PRICE 50CTS.X,, ALL DRUG STORES. 5 MHBHMrV ?. txiL DAIR COUNTY NEWS ;i n H n Bits ot Worldy Wisdom-It'- s Perches, nests, etc., ingtpn City Monday afternoon. owners to the pest, so that steps BENT BACK THE RULE. should be made cf smooth lumber It is another and very touching may be taken to hold it in check. easier to catch a husband "human linterest" newspaper Stacking grain improves its in all cases. The San Jose scale belongs to Where Sauce For the Goose Was Not Sauce For the Gander. than to uncatch him. quality. story. Had Lester Bryant, a a class of insects For roup, try putting a 'few known as suckId too earlv davs of a certain drib Your discretion might look farmer's boy, died under natur- ing York, Remove the pumpkin seeds be- drops of carbolic acid on a hot insects. It attacks nearly ot Newsledding when it was rather! harder for the clnb than It IsJ like cowardice in another. al conditions at his humble home all fruits and is fire shovel and then fumigate the fore feeding. found on shrubs at the present time, in a meeting off A man knows more at 21 than in Warren county news would and forest trees. On np as council the The cowpea should have a poultry houses with fowls in it. badly in- the iue arrears 01question came anat uues. io meuiuers he can unlearn between that and have gone no farther than the fested limbs it appears warm seed bed for test develop- Keep houses dry. as a grey- the treasurer reported that one man1 was particularly recreant in this regard. I 60. neighborhood. Had he been as- ish scurf which is Facts About Parcels System. ment. made up of It was in the winter, and the clnb was Some men are dumb because phyxiated while on a pleasure millions of insects. The individ- then maintaining throughout the day If preparing to ship potatoes Perishable articles, such as their wives never give them a trip in Washington little more ual scale is round and somewhat and evening beautifully heated and., see to ordering the cars early lighted quarters. At this time the-publicity would have been given smaller than a pin butter, lard, fruits, berries and chance to talk. especially this fall. head. On the only person In the club who fre- -' the fact. But as the champion fruit the scale makes itself qnented it every day was this de- -i dressed fowls, may be sent short Even the man who is his own llnquent who. In addition to doing ' It is the work of filling the silo distances. corn grower of the state, Kent- known by the characterietic lit- - large portion of his writing there, worst enemy is always ready to that is keeping it from being Eggs to make considerable In- -' ucky's representative at Wash for local delivery may be forgive himself. Heidi uxuuunes. me scale us- roads upon the stationery of the clnb-fobuilt on every farm. sent when packed in containers. A woman home consumption. ington, and as.guest of the De- ually attacks the younger wood can't feed a man so The first big need of the maAt the meeting of the council reWhen packed separately they much taffy that it will spoil his partment of Agriculture, com- first, and if left undisturbed soon ferred to there was protest against jority of tha older corn belt soils this state of affairs, bined with the sad manner of covers the whole tree. a may be sent any distance. One of tion was manifest to and andeterminaappetite for it. put is limestone and legumes. end to it..' ' of his demise the best places to look for it is at and after discussion the secretary Fresh meats may be sent only If it were not for the trusts his death, news A shed of crotches and poles, to notify the ln within the first zone of fifty whom would a man who fails in excited interest from one end of the point where new wood question that his name memberbeen had covered with straw, is cheap, the state to the other. ' growth started the previous dropped from the rolls of the clnb. miles. business blame for it? warm and businesslike. The question then arose whether-therIntending to save part of his season. The following must not be sent In a was anybody else who was In arwoman's eye the most at- expense Tne ability to produce profit is Intoxicating liquors, poisons, rears, whereupon the treasurer reportmoney, he went to a Since the scale is a sucking in- ed that this was true of another memtractive thing about a man is her cheap boarding-housa standard by which all farm matches, explosives, e instead of sect and obtains its food from ber. firearms ability to attract him. stock must be measured. "Who can that be? Let us make aD ' the Ebbetts House, the splendid beneath the and live poultry. surface of the plant example of them both," remarked on& Money may not bring happi hostelry Muddy and unclean stable Books and printed matter are at which the Govern- host it is obvious that no spray- member, bringing his fist down od the table for emphasis. The reply yards are always sources of loss included in third-clas- s and may ness, but every man on earth ment was to his host. Ignor- ing with Paris green or other ar- was that it was Mr. X.. the poet would like to try the experiment ance because of their unsanitary con- not be sent. The weight limit "Oh, heavens!" replied asserted itself when he fail- senical preparation would kill it. can't let X. go. He's tooanother. ""We for himself. Important will be eleven pounds. dition. ed to cut off the gas, but blew it Hence some club." one of the contact There are lots of funny things out. Death was the result. Whereupon the resolution was To fiDd the size limit: Take a The farmer who is not raising sprays which kill from the outto read as follows: "Reto be seen in this world, and legumes has his eyes closed to piece of string seventy-tw- o inchFor the grief stricken parents side must be used. The contact solved, that the secretary be Instructsome of the biggest opportunities es long and wind it once comple- among them is a fat woman sit- too much sympathy cannot be sprays are caustic and penetrat- ed to drop the name of Sir. Q. fron? the rolls of the club for nonpayment tely around the parcel and then ting on a little piano stool. in farming. felt. At the time when their ing in their effect and are gener- of dues and to retain the name of Mr. X. for the same reason." Century. When a couple is engaged they boy, from the humble Warren ally used Keep the stable yards clean. across the top lengthwise, if the for scale insects. There is no place that is more ends of the string reach the look at each other's virtues with county 'home, had received the THE COUNTRY BANKER. Some of the most important prolific in breeding flies than a sides of the parcel, it comes un- magnifying glasses, which are honor of eing the champion boy contact sprays are Lime and SulHis Standing In and His Grip Upon thrown aside on their wedding corn grower ef the state, and der the limit. filthy barn yard. His Own Community. phur Wash Soap Solutions, Kerday. The first public convenience a new was being entertained and feted osene Emulsion, ine country is divided into! Grain that has been discolored Tobacco Ex- commodity wants is a bank. Ofttlme3 eight zones and each zone into in Washington, an object of at- tract, Soluble Oils in the shock will be improved and Lye it comes before the church or a newsReflections of a Bachelor. paper; but, as a rule, it follows botb. units. The local rate is 5 cents tention as a reward of merit, for Wash. considerably by being allowed to It is bard to beat the editor and him to be cut down seems to be sweat out or "cure" in the stack per pound and 1 cent for each There's always a chance to one of the strange evidences of Lime and Sulphur is the most If the influence exercised by additional pound. From the loDon't blame any one but yourof our great cities constitutes common insecticide used. For cal station parcels may be sent learn except in college. Providence. a menace to the public welfare, what self if your farm won't grow San Jose scale it should be ap- shall we say of the grip that the to any office in the first zone, or A man has to sleep nine hours Lester Bryant labored well on plied legumes. They will grow for holds on its community? The so while the trees are dorup to fifty miles in any direction, every night to admit it was six. earth. He died as the result of called "country banker" to succeed the man who knows how to make mant. Spray as late as possible must be eminent for all the qualitie3-tha- t for 5 cents for the first Dound Jle who courts and runs away ignorance and frugality. His ig- before the buds Usumake them. start to swell. ally he is aup a truly good man. often and 3 cents for each additional will yet be caught some wedding norance was doubtless caused by church member and Lime and Sulphur for dormant a Sunday school teacher. He Is conTile outlets should be covered pound up to eleven pounds. day. meager advantages, rather than trees is usually prepared as fol- sulted by politicians regarding the local with poultry netting or somegovernment, and the candidate who The second zone includes A man isn't half as asahmed being his fault. And there are lows: thing of the kind to prevent rabhas his approbation Is envied, for he is from fifty to 150 miles of himself to be in politics as his worse things to be said about a usually the To tee ountry bits, skunks and other little pests Fresh Lime (unslaked) 20 lbs. banker are con Ihi tti- trmiii . from starting. The rate is 6 friends are of him. poor farmer's boy than "He died as well - rt'nn. from getting in. .ir hi. vIhi Sulphur 15 lbs. cents for the first ponnd and 4 trying to save monev. E. ml have access to u.ui hi A headache is a lot more imWater A well built stack of grain will 50 gals. to have access. Town News. cents for each addition pound. Prepare the above by- slacking The banker Is Brst to subscribe to shed water like a duck's back The third zone is from 150 to portant to anybody than the every good cause. He is the comthe lime and sulphur together in munity's advisor as to Investments and and the knack of building one 300 miles; rate 7 cents and 5 sanctity of the Constitution. What Your Nails Teil. If a girl will walk right up to a large iron kettle, dilute to 35 the arbitrator of its business controcan be learned by any one who cents additional. versies. His word Is as good as his a man and kiss him it dosen't gals, and boil from torty-fiv- e can handle a fork. to bond, and to his credit It must be The fifth zone is from 600 to It is always amusing to spec- sixty minutes. The liquid if added that, with rare exceptions. It The cement watering tank will 1,000 miles, rate 9 cents and 7 mean as much to htr as eating deserves to be. He asks few favors, fudge. ulate on the character of one's properly prepared will turn to a and these are always granted. Qe Is improve the appearance of tne additional. the center of the of his viThe sixth zone is from 1,000 to A woman would almost rather neighbor. A verv simple aid in reddish amber color and will be cinity. His voice social life authority. form and prove a great convenIs that of Dilate to fifty Ho is loved, respected, admired ami 1.400 miles, rate 0 cents and 9 see her husband set the house on so doing is to watch the nails. ready for use ience and economy. feared. The banker of fire than start to mend anything If a man's or woman's nails are gallons and apply as soon as pos- tegrity. The slightest is a man him incents additional. cloud on or long and slender you may be sible because it loses strength on on his bank will settle them both las The seventh zone is from 1,400 in it. Poultry Notes. this matter he stands with the preachto 1,800 miles, rate 11 cents and A stout woman is as scared quite certain the person is not so standing. er. So, from selfish considerations, robust physically as the possess10 cents additional. from no other, of a pair of scales as an old If one has a small orchard and serving of thi the banker must inbe deniro tnit ri'poM'd Poultry and egg3 are high does not care to prepare the lime by his fellow citizens. Parcels po3t packages may be one is of the family Bible with or of short, broad nails. Who wouldn't be the country bankevery winter. insured for full valuation, with a all the birth dates in it. New Whereas men and women with and sulphur at home, it may be er'Leslie's. the long or narrow type of nail purchased at reasonable rates All poultry yards should have maximum of $25, for an addi- York Press. are inveterate visionaries, those from the larger implement Ancient Tipping. tional charge of 10 cents. shadein them. and Tipping is an exaction of no recent having short nails are almost al- supply stores. A great many According to Uncle Abner. The parcels post law not only Movable, separate ne3t boxes of growth Describing life at the court of King Henry II. of England. Peter of ways conspicuous by the strength the commercial growers reduces the rate of postage, but no long- Blols complains of the importunity or are the only kind to have. of their logical powers. It is the er prepare their own mixture, the medieval marshals, whose annoyThree months should bring a increases the weight limit to The only way to eat some latter who make the best and but use the commercial mixture ances continue "until they get someeleven pounds. brands of breakfast food is with broiler to the market stage. thing from you and are most ungrateful" most reliable critics. instead. It should be applied as when they have nay. open enemies-unles- s post shipments mav a nose bag. Parcels Ducks do not stand confineyour hand Is continuously A further and almost certain follows: be registered and also accorded pocket." while the "outer porters-wil- l Half of the world doesn't characteristic of ment well. Better turn'em peod tell you the most unblushing falseConcentrated material I gal. special of livery service on pay- know how the other half gets its loose. hoods, and ir you are an honest Hurt ple is their intense depreciation 9 or 10 gals. religious man, but have given them Water ouring cars. The care of the fowls is one of ment of the usual fees. of themselves and their own nothing the day before, they will keep Distinctive stamps must be I never yet see a woman who .The above formulas give the you au unreasonable time standing in important things "that cannot the efforts in any branch of work. ' used on all parcels packages, but would admit be neglected. that' a photograph The feeling almost amounts to strengths recommended for dor- the raiu and mire." they may be mailed in quantities flattered Her Last Card. her a durn bit. Exposure to hot weather is as pesssimism with them. Such a mant spraying only. "I want a new bonnet, but my husof not less than 2,000 identical I never see a feller with long, point of view, however, seldom Remember that thoroughness band says he can't afford It" dangerous to the egg crop as is pieces without stamps affixed, flowing whiskers who wasn't worries those possessing short is necessary in order to obtain "Is that final, do you suppose?'' exposure to cold weather l "He says it is. but I won't the postage being paid in money. tonight." rather conservative about every- nails in fact, more often than results from spraying. Use a dropping-board- s Keep the Ex. "Going to get a definite answer-then?- " thing else. pump not rather the reverse is the case; strong durable, brass-line- d clean and free from filth. They See if it Isn't So. "Yes. I'm going to settle it oneThe fellers with the funniest they are inclined to be oversure that will carry a good strong should be frequently scrubbed. way or the other I'm going to start? steady pressure. To be success- to cry when he gets home, and if thatr" If a girl really wants to land a shaped heads are generally the of themselves. The poultry man must keep be no new bonwork ful the work must be well done. doesn'tDetroit there'llTress. everything clean and sweet about man, let her hire some good act- most prominent ones at the Free net" Agricultural Extension. or to impersonate an indignant national convention. This means that every limb on A.he housss and yards. $' All's Fish For the Doctor's Net. One advantage in being poor is "Why. the size of your bill." cried' father. the tree, from the ground to the Linseed meal is .good to mix the angry patient to the doctor, "makes A woman is always true to a that you are never called upon San Jose Scale in Kentucky tio, is to be covered with the me boil all over!" the mash during moulting with man so long as she feels there is to eat any pate de loi gras or "Ah!" said the eminent practitioner A great many of the orchards spray. season. It helps digestion and calmly. "That will be just S20 more1 a chance of some other woman lobster a la Newburg. of Kentucky are badly infested for sterilizing your system.' LadlesV regulates the bowels. ' For further information along Home Journal. getting him. with San Jose scale, indeed the When a man marries the first this or allied lines of orchard The average farm poultryman scale is becoming so common Purpose and Success. Lester Bryant's Fate. cares more for the number of time he needs nothing but- the It is the old lesson a worthy purto wipe out a management, address the Dethat it threatens partment of Horticulture, Ken- pose, patient energy for its accomplisheggs a hen lays in a year than consent of the girl and the auAll Kentucky was shocked at great many of the orchards altoment a resoluteness undaunted by difn. the number of prizes she wins at thorities But before he mar- the news of the death of - the gether unless strenuous meas- tucky Experiment Station, Lex- ficulties and then success. W. AL the shows. ries a second time he must have state's champion boy corn grow- ures are.taken to control it. At ington, Ky. It Is seldom that punishment though" Rough timber use d in the poul-1r- y the approval of his relatives and er, which occured under such this particular season it is well to J; H. Carmody lame of foot has failed to overtake a ' villain. Horace. j tragic eircumatances in Wash- - call the attention of the orchard house makes the best harbor the neighbors. Assistant Horticulturist, j I a-was-accustome- d Bees and Farm Notes. for lice. - r was-Instructe- d e to-th- e then-amende- d the-preache-r. tbe-banker- s little-ban- k post-offic- es win-in- r - :i- i.-- -- vi..ij-seek- s - ! 1 1 r long-naile- ', know.-unti- r -- -- 1 - Pun-Bho- - -- -. "- 4 4-- - v- -. &rr .j4"--.- i Ii x" . . " , LaJ i i.r "' b--. -- . .iV ' - A-.i- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NFWS r MID All Calicos 5c per yd. All 10c Dress Ginghams AH 10c ' 8 WINTER 4 THE BARGAINS ADAIR Dress Flaneletts 8c. per yd v 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. All 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. 7c per yd W. L. WALKER. ' a -- COUNTY NEWS gentlemen who took this step. No one can justly censure their Published Every Wednesday action. We may fear they acted BY THE hastily, we may feel that a little Adair County News Company. longer testing of their patience would probably have dispelled ( Incorporated.) their difficulties and cleared the EDITOR. way for permanent and improved CHAS. S. HARRIS Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent countls. in-are- st EsK3 --iSS2 iSsa .cCTOi or iivS'v? 8ia on ''44 U s& & wN?GWiS sP v'Tjg-- .j ?I& Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. Post-offic- e as sec-a- d iYED. FEB., o. 1913 ANNOUNCEMENTS . For County Judge. are authorized to announce OTTLEY is a candithat date for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the expression of Democrats at the August primary,. We TA2T NER 1913. transportation facilities, but regardless of any speculation in future conditions the fact remains that they believe that it was thegsafest and best for the public as well as themselves. As the question is presented the blame rests with the pike company of which Mr. Gowdy, of Campbellsville, is President. The law, as we are informed, specifies the width and conditions such roads should be made and kept. It also specifies the tolls to be collected. In view of these facts we see no reasons why this road should be allowed to collect and not furnish a Have You Paid Your Notes And Accounts Due Us? (912 m m 0 Cone 1913 is Here w e Need The Money. is The Jeffries m m 3 jg .CO, w w M2 h County Court, subject to the Demo- justice to tho many who use it. cratic voters who will express their Nearly every year the condichoice at the August primary. We are authorized to announce Dr. legal tolls jtf. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a candidate for Judge of the A d ai r legal road, It?iscertainly an in- Hardware Store. iLC VA 1 f tions of this road are investigat- w i evM&s itfss cwa ss&ra csct estsa "sa c&: eataivra . n r irr a. jnj i ed by the Grand Jury of this &&! FOU SHERIFF. 'UPjaSri county and indictments found, We are authorized to announce S. H but so far in effective in forcing a the blighting hand on the wel- the few blessings we enjoy from MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, Train- the public spirit of this section of Adair county, subject to the action good road. As we see it it is be- fare of the Lindsey-Wilso- n of the Democratic voters of said yond question the duty of our ing school, that has given such a to cut out ajittle tax? If there county, expressed at the August priofficials to demand what the stimulating effeet on the value of be a person in this community mary, lui.'i. statutory law gives the public real property and opens up op- who would endorse such a course We are authorized to announce A. A for the tolls:collected. With no portunity for the young people we invite you to the front MILLER a candidate for Sherilt of malice toward the company and of Southern Kentucky? How through free space in The News. Adair county, subject . to the Democratic primary to be held in August. with kind feelings and a high re- were these improvements and Likewise ether public improvegard for the President or the institutions secured ? The streets ments, if ever received must be company, we feel that the inter by taxation, the walks by indi- obtained over the protest o.f those Jailer. ests of this section of country is vidual expense forced by a pro- who have protested in the past. TV tlia l1omrw.ro rf A1nii frsntil paramount to that of the Pike gressive town council. Many op- If we ever get good roads they I hereby announce my candidacy for Company and that the Company posed and would have resisted but will come over the rough and Jailer of Adair County subject to the action of Democrats in the August should be made to keep the road there was no avenue of escape. rugged denunciation of those who primary. If nominated, I will use all according to law or surrender It was openly asserted that it dodge public duty, and' at .heart honorable means m my power to the interest of my associates the charter. So long as the pub- would prove disasterous to many do not desire better conditions. and if elected will discharge the lic will tolerate such conditions but the council enforced its deIf we ever leave the pre.-,-- i.t duties of the otlice impartially, I ask so long wiU they remain. It is cree and still no one feels the policy for a better one it will jour support. Yours truly S. G. Denny. from united effort of those much less expense to pay a few fearful effects predicted. The small fines of a few dollars each Graded School received majority wh desire better conditions. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT than to spend the amount need- endorsement at the polls and .is No one man can lead out of oriwant ed in keeping the road in good ploding along, doing a splendid ent conditions. If you We are authorized to announce PEOF. TOBIAS IIUFFAKER a can- condition. The public interest work, regardless of the disad- better roads, if you are willing didate for Superintendent of Public should be as thoroughly safe- vantage of an old time building to help build them, we ask you Schools of Adair county, at the Noguarded as individual interests. that ought to have been con- to help contend for them. Your vember election. If tolls are collected a road of demned and razed to the ground communication on good roads FOR SENATOR. rrferit ought to be furnished and years ago. The lights came will be published or your opposiwe hope that something will hap- through individual enterprise but tion to oonds or roads. We are authorized to announce E. maintained on the streets by the MCOX, of Albany,a candidate tor pen that will bring it. Senator in this the 16th Senatorial tax route. The Lindsey-WilsoNOTICE. district subject to the action of the Who would agree to allow the born of pure nescessity, through Republican party in the August streets of this town to become the combined efforts of a great On the solicitation of a number mud holes, the splendid concrete religious organization and the of personal friends I have an- walks torn up or the lights ex- free will offering of public spirit THE PIKE. nounced myself a candidate for ed citizens of this section, was tinguished, simply to reduce Judge of thes Adair county court In the judgment of The News es? Who would destroy our planted on the hill over the cold subject to the August primary. severe lick has been given this1 Graded Public School that is do- watering policy of many who fifty-si- x yedrs old, a nacommunity when conditions ing such valuable work for sev- dodged a fair sharing of the I am forced the withdrawal of Auto- eral hundred youngsters, many burden but participated in the tive of the county. Mr public mobile service between Columbia of whom could not and would blessings it brought. Who would life began rs a deputy in the county clerk's office in the early and Campbellsville. In another not enter another school, merely go back to the old order, who down our" advance-men- seventies. In the late seventies column the reasons given for this to reduce taxes? Is there a per- would-strik- e who would destroy the I was two years in the Sheriff's action are clearly set out by the son in this town who would lay prestige of this community and office. I began the practice of --- j$i, 3 HI medicine in the early 3fe I ad-Van- ce le-su- lt eighties practiceing attorney of his town, The past four years I have been a man who has been active in the a member of the county board of political affairs of his county education, making almost forty and now seeks a broader sphere years of public association and of public service. In presenting service. his candidacy to the readers of There is a strong and growing The News we do so with but sentiment that a public officer is slight acquaintance of his capaa public" servant; that there bilities for public service, but should be no favoritism; that the information received from trustsame good business principles worthy sources warrants us in should be applied in official life stating that he is an active Rethat are applied in private life; publican, a man of good ability that official acts should be frank and entitled to honorable conand open so that any one inter- sideration. He served his counested may know what has been try in the Spanish American done, why it was done and how conflict under Col. David G. it was done; that there should be Colson, returning to hi3 home no neerlect or delav in dnrv if any thing should be don- - do it ne wa3 eIected counfcy court right and do it now. Should I, Clerk, of Clinton Co. from that be entrusted with the honor j office at the expiration- - of his sought, I pledge myself to use term as having made a splendid all my energy and ability coupled officer. His home, paper. The with the best cou'nsel New Era, speaks of himin a high obtainable to carry out these senly complimentary manner and timents. Having the utmost designated him the man to meet confidence j ! that the intelligence n, of the voters of the county will enable them to wisely determine this question to their best interest, I unreservedly submit my candidacy into their hands to await their decision. N. M. Hancock. the emergency in the Republican party and the crisis, as it were, the pivatable turning of this State. The Era closes its str?ng endorsement of his candidly with a prophecy as follows: "We predict that Mr. Cox will be nom- -- t, inated and elected without oppoIn another column appears the announcement of Mr. E. M.Cox, sition either in the primary or of Albany, as a candidate for the general election and that the Republican nomination for Sena- - citizens of this district regard' tor of this district, subject to the! less of politics will never have action of his party in the Au- occasion to regret their support gust primary. Mr. Cox is a and his election. M 9kS t&' . F-- ," ;!- - 23??e3aeowHi I.: THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. - nk t. Cane tax ' "fortneyeaflBI2"and - Yalley 'cost ,XO ' -- 2 -- COLORED? (DISTRICT NO 7-- ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE FranVBurtbri foSacres Jftms B G Redmon tax cost for the year 1912. Ed Butler 1 lot in Columbia tax and cost for the year 1912. ?. .WHITES (DISTRICT 7J $! 79. JEmmaJones 13 acres Joins C E Claycdmb "tax "and ' cost for the year 1912 ; , -- " - n:-S55S3- CS ?-- ! Marv Lester"!' Infi: In ufjftlir""- - 2 28 - sk i 20KKXXXXXXX&X Our White Goods Sale and Embroidery opening is now on. You are to come and see the nicest display of these goods ever shown in Columbia, Also advance Spring Styles in Ginghams, Chiviots and Cotton Suitings. RUSSELL & CO. 8 73 . " t r E umbia tax and cost for'the year 1912 3 52 A D Patteson SAC ik 3 J&V 13 66 PB Duncan 60 acres joins Geo. Antle, tax and cost for the year 1912 E O Buster 14 acres joins M Mr. J. II. Golf returned from ArTaylor, tax and cost for kansas last Saturday. the year 1912 Mrs. J. P.- Scruggs, of Midway, visitRufus Black (NR) 150 acres ed in this city last week. joins tax and Mr. J. T. Hancock of Albany, Ky. cost for the year 1912 spent last Sunday in Columbia. G E Cape 05 acres joins Miss Lule Jones who has been quite Melson, tax and cost for past week is better. sick for the the year 1912 Mr. J. E. Murrell, is recovering and Nannie Coomer 95 acres joins' Oscar Graves, tax and cost will soon be at his place of business. for the year 1912 Misses Nonie Conover and Essie W T Ferkin 100 acres joins Montpelier Triplett visited friends Melvin Jones, tax and cost last week. for the year 1912 Mrs. Emily Burton, who has been J L Hurt S4 acres joins W quite ill for the past two weeks is C Leach, tax and cost for considered much better. the year 1912 Mr. J. O.Ewing, oneof Burkesville's Marcus Loy (NR) 200 acres leading Lawyers spent several days atjoins S II White tax and cost for the year 1912 tending court in this town last week. G W Morgan 15 acres joins Mr. C. C. ColTey, of Monticello, and Jake Helm, tax and cost Mr. Sims Humble, of Jamestown, for the year 1912 Rowe of this town visited Mr. Theo Powell Adra'a Milton week. last Powell 109 acres Joins W Mr. J. 13. Drye, of Bradfordsville, Brockman tax and cost for one of the trrveling salesmen who has the year 1912 many friends in this section, visited Sam L Yates (NR) 182 acres our merchants last week, remaining joins Robt. Johnson, tax over Sunday in this city-M- r. and cost for the year 1912 Personal year 1912 4 40 Whites, Mr. Lilburn Phelps, is in James- town this week. J L Blair district xo 3. 00 acres Joins Ben Conover tax and cost for the year 1912. Mrs K W Fesse 1 I acres Joins J P. Hutchison tax and cost for; the 1912. Susan Montgomery acre JeinsLDSimms tax and cost for the year 1912. Price &. Bennett 126 acres Joius Sell Bennett tax and cost for the year 1912 Jim Cheatham 1 i acres Joins Ann Davis tax and cost Tor the year 1912 L B Simms 4 acres Joins II L Thompson tax and cost for the year 912 2 COLORED (DISTRICT XO 7) Indictments Returned. 4 96 '"'- v .r 9 21 4 71 Circuit Court adjourned last Saturday after two weeks full service. The grand jury as usual made a painstaking investigation, and as a result, 55 indictments were found as follows: 1 False swearing Robery Malicious shooting Gaming Breech of the peace 1 1 1 , 12 58 21 1 5 71 Abortion resulting in death Disturbing assembly Weapons 8 63 5 01 - 3 52 4 27 5 03 Jo Pomp Johnson acre Joins Martha Page tax and cost for the year I9i2 Sam Tavior 1 acre Joins Henry Mullinix rax and cost for the year 1912 Ed Waggener 3 i acres Joins Frank McClure tax and cost for the year 1912 Taylor Wade 50 acres Joins Ike Taylor tax and cost for the year 1912 WHITES (DISTRICT XO 7-- 3 Disturbing singing Disturbing worship Unlawfully demanding and receiv1 ing toll 1 Adultry Trespass 3 00 Liquor unlawfully 7 Are You a Cold Sufferer? Take Dr. King's New Discovery. The Best Cough, Cold, Throat and Lung medicine made. Money refunded if it fails to cure you. Do not hesitatetake it at our risk. First dose helps. J. R. Wells, Floydada, Texas, writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery cured my terrible cough and cold. I gained 15 pounds." Buy it at Paull Drug Co. 2 8 2 5 4 89 Buggies Surreys Runabouts. 4 60 4 10 Wonderful SaksIOf Buggies. if 62 JI 7 33 . Curry 50 acres Joins Octava Cole tax and cost for the year 1912 10 53 10 Of; Woodson Lewis . 2 IS I 18 60 CAiS BE CUSiEB Will Prove it to You Free Wfi W !'JicI. R. P. G. E. Wilson left for Louisville COLORED, DISTRICT XO 3. last Monday morning to be with his sister Mrs. C. R. Dudgeon, who is to Ward Ilaskin 100 acres joins G A Bradshaw tax and undergo an operation for Goiter. She 65 cost for the year 1912 is at St. Anthony's Hospital and the Albert Jones 30 acres joins operation was performed this mornEd Burbridge tax and cost ing (Tuesday) at o'clock. 3 35 for thej'ear 1912 Mr. J. F. Cabell of Green county, a XO.4 AVHITES, DISTRICT substantial friend of the News was in Jno. Coomer 12 acres joins town one day last week. He pitched a dollar on our table but a record of J A Diddle, tax and cost for the year 1912 - 4jl0 his account showed him advanced two Coomer SO acres joins Tom years, and his cash was returned, II Collins, tax and cost for now pleasant and profitable it would 4 60 the year 1912 be if all our subscribers were so puncI P Doolin (NR) 100 acres tual and liberal. 1 1 other You who arc suffering the tortures ot Eczexaa. Itcb. Salt Rheum or sleep-Jess skin diseases yd whose days are miserable, whose nights are made by the terrloie itchingr. burning pains, letnosnd you a trial of a soothJ. c. believe will cure ing, healing treatment which has cured hundreds. .?hich I any 25 20 you I will send it iree, postage pam, witaous or oDugatica on your part. write me, civics ycur name, rje Just fill the counon below and mail it to me, I will send the treatment free of cost to ycu. ein tasi M7CM .x. n aaCUT AND MA1U TO D" Ta BtmiE tzsi t JMb aimana Greensburg Kentucky, Every hu j. C. Maine. a KUTZHLL, 123 Wost Nlain St., Fort Wayne, lnd. Please send without cost or obligation to mc your Free Picsl Treaties:. .Ace. Sells A Oar Load Of Buggies Saturday. ! Post Office Saturday June 22nd. .Street and No. . State . ... Main Greensburg ras Blocked for two hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis. Street Sheriff Sale IJJ13, of Land for Taxes. On Monday the 3rd, day of March at the Court house door in Columbia, Ky., the same being the first day of a regular term ef the Adair County Court, at 1 o'clock p. m. or 1912 thereabout, I will oiler for sale to the O A Moore 47 acres joins J L highest bidder for cash in hand the Moore, tax and cost for following described tracts of land or a the year 1912 sufficiency thereof to satisfy the tax and cost due for the year 1912 by the O II Morrison 139 acres joins Art Bradshaw, tax and following named persons, t: cost for the year 1912 WHITES. DISTRICT NO 1. B L Roberts (NR) 75 acres J T Bottom (Heirs) 75 acres to-wi- joins Milt England, tax and cost for the year 1912 R M Hayes 46 acres joins S T Hayes, tax and cost for the year 1912 Mrs. Ellen F Morrison 40 acres joins T J Campbell, tax and cost for the year ' 3 01 ! 5 11 During the :; ni ' day Town Marshall, called! on to clear the street. . 5 l lo sui' 7 04 joins J II Emmitt,tax and cost for the year 1912 Lawrence Curry (NR) 90 acres joins Henry Corbin, tax and cost for the year 1912 S (i n joins G M Page, tax and ' cost for the year 1912 WHITES, HSTRICT XO. 5 wmsBlaEBBBKSBasnmsssm m Ktf I iBKBtir What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales. Quality "I Got This Fine Pipe With Liggett & Myers Duke's Mixture" Gate. : 51 Lewis (Heirs) 152 acres. joins Zach Sanders tax and cost for the year 19L2 J S Mitcham, 10 acres joins , Will Spires, tax and cast for the year 1912 .7 II Nance (NR) 112 acres joins Campbellsville Lumber Co. tax and cost for year 1912 Jno Overstreet 9 acres joins Nathan Ellison tax and cost for the year 1912 Martha Weathington (neirs 190 acres joins E Weathing ton tax and cost for the year 1912 COLOIIED, DISTUICT XO 1. 5 02 4 30 acres joins L T Keltner, tax and cost for the year 1912 June Nelson 100 acres Joins Amos Coomer tax and cost for the year 1912 T W Shirley 70 acres joins T W Wilson, tax and cost for the 3 ear 1912 C C ColFey 65 WHITES, DISTRICT XO. (5 is 62 All kinds of men smoke Duke's Mixture in all kinds of pipes as well as in cigarettes and they all tell the same story. They like the genuine, natural tobacco taste of Styles and Easy Riding. 6 02 4&nt?mp. i uij 5 00 REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man, the Mower and Binder man, the Grasoline 5 20 S 14 03 Jno. McWhorter, 40 acres joins G W White tax and cost for. the year 1912 WHITES, DISTRICT XO. 2. 10 L E Anderson 13 acres joins n Burton tax'and cost for the year 1912 Mrs. Nancy J Burton G acres joins Cns Burton tax and cost for the year 1912 Mont Bryant 35 acres Joins David Bryant,tax and cost for the year 1912 J E Gowdy (NR) 90 acres joins B. T. Evans, tax and cost for the year 1912 jr C Rexroat 6 acres joins Dora Burton tax and cost for the year 1912 T G White 50 acres joins D B White tax and cost for the year 1912 COLORED, DISTRICT XO 2 4 10 L Harttield (NR) 8 acres joins tax and cost for the year 1912 W II Pike 4 acres joins J P Hardin, tax and cost for the year 1912 S Rainwater (NR) 129 acres J joins Millie Watson, tax and cost for the year 1912 J F Black 2i acres joins I F Andrew, tax and cost for the year 1912 Levy Doolin (NR) 1 Lot in Cane A7alley, tax and cost for the year 1912 GussDuvalll lot in Cane Valley, tax and cost for the year 1912 S ' Engine man, the Farm MflMLHffBBwEdKBBBBHIIBfciSCffcSBIBI 3 01 2 51 4 52 Choice bright leaf age,d to mellow mildness, carefully stemmed e and then granulated every grain pure, tobacco that's what you get in the Liggett & Myers Duke's Mixture sack. You get one and a half ounces of this pure, mild, delightful tobacco, unsurpassed in quality, for 5c and with each sack you get a book of papers free. high-grad- m Implement man. LEWS GREENSBURG, KY. 5 42 6 02 9 7 03 COLORED DISTRICT XO 6. Jno. Anderson 39 acres joins 2 28 4 39 0 54 4 10 4 87 Mack Evans, 12 acres joins L Neat, tax and cost for the J W Vaugham tax and cost for the year 1912 Loucillo Bridgwater 57 acres joins R E Bailey, tax and cost for the year 1912 Mary L Hall NR) i acre joins J R Rice, tax and cost for the year 1912 Spencer Johnson 17 acres joins F M Hubbard,- - tax and cost for the year 1912 Ed Johnson 5 acres joins C Moore tax and cost for the year 1912 Canney TayTor (NR) 1 In every sack of Liggett & Myers Duke's Mixture we now pack a coupon. You can exchange these coupons for a pipe or for many other valuable and useful articles. These presents cost not one penny. There is something for every member of the family skates, catcher's gloves, tennis rackets, cameras, toilet articles, suitcases, canes, umbrellas, and dozens of other things. Just send us your name and address on a postal and as a special offer daring January and February only we will send you our new illustrated Catalogue of presents FREE of any charge. Open up a sack of Liggett Myers Duke's Mixture today. Coupons front Utile's Mixture may be assorted with tags from HORSE SHOE, J.T., TINSLEVS NATURAL LEAF, GRANGER TWIST, and Coupons from FOUR ROSES (10c tin double coupon). Now About the Free Pipe Herman C Tafel 236 W. Jefferson, St. AH 6 (53 I 07 riiN. rLUii lui, ruuJMuri i uua. RETTES, CLIX CIGARETTES, other tags or coupons issued by us. and , 2 51 Louisville, Ky. Things Electrical "m t Premium DcdI. SS TI CH BD jjttvMiu,CrUuo Gt, o 63 . Brfl rtNrlr Wj'2 TKf" Louis, "' Mo' m uil --AY : --Hca. M, La Write for Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet " Telegraph Instrra ( Telophone Medical 3 15 lot in U 1 lull Electric Light ( y&L 6 THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Bowels are Basis of Child Health mother, who watches closely the physical peculiarities of her children, will soon discover that the most important thin? in connection with at child's constant good health is to keep the bowels regularly open. Sluggish bowels will be followed by loss of appetite, restlessness during sleep, irritability and a dozen and one similar evidences of physical disorder. At the first sign of such disorder give the child a teaspoonful of Dr. Caldwell's Svrup Pepsin at night on retiring and repeat the dose the following: night if necessary more than that will scarcely be needed. You will find that the child will recover its accustomed good spirits at once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy is a vast improvement over salts, cathartics, laxative waters and similar things, which are altogether Helpful suggestions. roe&eseo(s WEEKLY GOURIER-JOUR- NflL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor 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 a The careful contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels so that after a brief use of it all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do its own work. 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. too powerful for a child. The homes of airs. Carrie McDonald, 103C. Trigg Ave., Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Griffith, Veechdale, Ky., are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with them, as with thousands of others, there is no substitute for this grand laxative. It is really more than a laxative, for it Butter is be3t kept in stone jars with stone lids. Bread will keep better in a. wooden box than in tin. Shoes will keep in good condition much longer if they are kept on trees Save old lelt hats to make felt insoles for slippers and rubber boots. To keep the cork from sticking PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very vreas. J. had. spells wnen I coum hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, due l was completely cured by i DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. SI 50c AND Cox, Joliet, 111. PO AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. in a glue bottle, rub vaseline. it well with Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY The Daily Louisville And The Times News A good idea is to wash stockings by themselves in a smail tub. This does away with lint. Some people think the flavor of pumpkin pie is much improved by a little quince preserve. Boiled rice covered with grated cheese and baked brown in the oven makes a good luncheon dish. A good lotion for burns and scalds is lime water and olive oil, applied with a soft muslin rag. AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS JJUP?.r Special svr " For i 1.50 Courier-Journa- l. Attnetin to Eyes Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical 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 you will give or send your order to this . HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. paper notto the ON BURK5V1LLE Adair County If you have not curtain frames stretch your curtains on a clean carpet to dry and pin them in place. chimney does not clean easily with soap and water, try wiping it off with a cloth wet in vinegar. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6,00 $2.00 Joseph Cj H. w Stone, i Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heal'Mly supporting Wood row Wilson for the Presi dency. The Attoney-AMa- If a lamp Sunday I ! Courier-Journ- Yr Will pradice in this and adjoining counties. : We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write Jamstown, Kentucky campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. Dip tooth brushes in boiling water occasionally to disinfect them and always rinse thoroughly after using. To pop corn successfully first put it in a sieve and dash cold i this paper. Why The Adair County News and WeeKly Cour- Not water over it. The kernels be large and flaky. will 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 the office or mail in . If soft boiled eggs remain from breakfast boil them hard at once, then they can be used in salads or fish sauces. A folding nursery is a great convenience for the busy mother when baby has to play alone. Also a little clothes horse is a handy thing for his clothes. A glass of hot milk is a cure for temporary insomnia. U. G. HARDWiCK, Pres. J. H. COCKE, V Pres. R. H. DIETZHAN, Sec your subscription. W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. Courier ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 MIIiLiWHlGHTS DEALERS IN f mfiCHlKlSTS Journal? HENRY WATTERSON m 1 JL ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 N. Salt of alum sprinkled on the carpet will keep insects away. Olives, celery and cold macaroni on lettuce leaves make a good salad. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftlKTeeNTtt-MftlLOUISVILLE MOKE STACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work ws m Editor. . "E?siws z --- fVKXH : e5kr3c .'.s 7 We Can Furnish You All Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscip tion Books A few shreds of candied lemon peel will give a delicious flavor to ff fl The Adair County News andjathe bread pudding. Piano keys may be cleaned by a soft rag dipped in lemon juice and then in sitver whiting. Wiping the shelves with oil of cedar is said to be a good way to keep the mold from books. JOBBING WORK SOLICITRI)PJj315 of All Kinds Machinery Repaired- - Weekly Courier-Journal Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The Adair County News and Daily Courier-Journ- a Both One Year For $1.50 The Government In taking hot potatoes from the oven cover the hands with a dish towel. This saves many burns. In house decoration the pieces of brass and copperware should be used to light up dark rooms or Beck's Store Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year We .Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week Alaskan Custom. threat by tearing up a certain - number of his own blankets. The only way his antagonist can get even with him is by tearing up a greater number of his own. 3y settlement seems impossible, The one who destroys the most There is a new girl at E. K. .one of them threatens the other blankets is regarded as having white soap and dip the veil in Taylor's, his home being honor and out a great many times. TTith dishonor. He executes his won the fight. A strange custom prevails among the Indiana of Aiaska. When a difference arises two of them, and a friend- be-twe- en ! News being very scarce in this part, but I will try to send in a halls. few items. Bean soup makes nn excellent Health is exceedingly good at luncheon dish for the children when they como home hungry in present. The Bradshaw Bros, are now cold weather. located at this place in the goods Crackers covered with grated business. cheese and toasted in the oven Our stave mill is a success so are good served with salad for staves and stave hauling is the luncheon. order of the day: Dried bay berries and leaves Mr. Edwin Winfrey, of Rusthrown on the fire will fill a room sell Springs, was visiting at C.C. with a pleasant and lasting fra- Taylor's last week. grance. Mr. J. J. Sparks' family have When washing a chiffon or net had the scarlet fever and all doveil make a warm suds of good ing nicely at this time. We can also give liberal ed now with three young ladies, combination rate with Daily (baby girls) or Sunday Courier Journal. F. T. Smith has sold his farm ComWrite Courier-Journ- al on this creek, known as the Charley Clones farm, to Mr. W. R. pany, Louisville, Ky., for Garmon. Price unknown. free sample copy of edition Miss Eula Taylor has returned you desire, but be sure to home from a few days stay in Burkesville. Mr. Strange Cole, was calling on Renox send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the of Crocus, Courier Journal. Sunday Sun- afternoon. kiss Lalla Thomas spent day night with Ella Cole. Mr. Oscar Bradshaw is boarding at Mr. C. W. Garrette's m Bib htivjusM end Indigestion caused no great distress for two years. I triet manv thincrs for i relief, but ccs little LcId. till at last I found S it in the best pills or mediciaa I ever tried 81 r ) fo i rsv Si has moved from this place to Breeding; he is coming back every two weeks to do the grinding for our people He is greatly missed. O. T. Smith, who I DR.KENG'S I ) 1 NewLifaFills C.E. Hatfield. Guy an, W. Ya. 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. 'MaiaacaHiMMnMi k tC' Jf THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Tne Girl Part of the Boy Probl em. 7 behind me spoke in the coarsest terms of her; others' stopped and stared; still others turned about and walked away in her direction to get a better look. Apparently she was unconscious of the fact that with her appearance on the street the ideals of womanhood were lowered in the mids of many men. But it does not stop there. FOR 1913 These women of better circumstances set the pace absolutely BRIGHTER, BETTER, for the girl of small wages. The girl mav have no home to which BGGER THAN EVER her friends may be invited; her TilE REGULAR PRICE OF social effort is expended in her dress. She follows the prevailTHE LOUISVILLE TIMES ing fashion of immodesty, she inflames the passion of the young IS YEAR. men she meets; she may not be sheltered and safeguarded: and e you wll sew your ordei she is swept under. Is there a cure for it all? It ' TO US, YOU CAN GET is a woman's problem. If going to the extreme in dress is more important in the eyes of woman- THE ADAIR COUNTY kind than safeguarding the pathways of sons, and brothers, and NEWS husbands, then it will continue. But those who see it as it is must AND raise their voices in protest. ( Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui Is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the troubleand building up the bodily strength. It is the weakness of your (Do girls and women realize CARDU I Woman'sTonrc Mrs. Grace Former, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. This Is what she says about it: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist Arfvfcnnr Tirv for Special Instrvctions. 2nd 64-p- what a part their dress plays in the life of the world about them? There would be a swift and radical change in the dress of some, A man of considerable experithey could see the influence ence recently designated a cerif upon boys and men of their pres- tain country hotel as a 'low reent mode of dressing. Probably sort'. He was promptly challen-e- d not before in this generation by another, who happened to pre- be have there been any such a circuit judge; whereupon vailingly offensive styles in the the judge remarked: 'you're women's dress of America as wrong. The women who go there are today. Need it con there go with their husbands, and A tinue? Mr. Foster's frank words are the. respectable matrons of 'are sorely demanded. May there the community. You fail to be a genuine response to this make allowance for the present protest, for the of immodesty in women's dress; an lives into which evil now finds so immodesty which causes me to ready an access. be ashamed to meet some of my safe-guarding That is sad enough; but one bows his head in shame when the boy says, "How did I know she wasn't decent? Hundreds of girls on the streets dress and act like she did." THE LOUISVILLE TIMES $5.0(0 The growing boy has been un ,. t ri;ic' nent. Chattanoon Medicine Co.. Chattanooza. Tenn.. book."Home Treatment (or Women." sent free, J EO The Daily Louisville Herald Enjoys the largest circulation in Kentucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports as well as general news, The Herald's special features make it pre-emine- nt ( among Louisville newspapers. attention is called .to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in The Herald entitled Special . i ON BOARD THE GOOD SHIP EARTH re- der the searchlight of investiga-- " tion in a remarkable way, especially within the last ten years. So far as he is concerned we may frankly say that he is no longer the formidable "problem" that he was once supposed to be. One of the most significant things that has been brought home to us with emphasis is the fact that the problems of boyhood are intricately involved with other relationships, and not the least of these is the relationship of the boy and girl. It is my privilege to do my thinking in terms of thirty thousand boys in the teen age, the entire boyhood of a great city. Not that I have relationships with any such numberjbut along with definitely constructive duties I am set as a watchman upon the wall to sound the alarm when any danger seems to menace the boyhood life of the community. This charge makes me of necessity a student of boyhood life in large cities, and I have in mind to write with earnest frankness concerning a phase of the girl element that appears most respected women acquaintances on the streets of our city. " Unhappily, the judge was right. And right here is the crux of the difficulty. If only immodest women and girls dressed in vulgar fashion, the line would be sharply drawn. But this immodest dress prevails among all classes. Those of us who give our lives to boys find no harder task than to help the boy in his battle to keep pure. Imagine such a boy, fighting such a terrific battle as only a man can appreciate, confronted not once but a hundred times with indecencies in dress as he walks a few blocks in the heart of a city I Will he win or lose? Sunday School Times. THE L0U1SV1LEE Aids for Prevention. TIMES Through the efforts of the Trans-Mississippi Commercial in conjunction with BOTH ONE YEAR Congress, Back numbers of these articles free on quest to all who subscribe now. I fHE DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Both by Mail for One Year for S2.75 subscription can be taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or city where that papet is delivered by carrier. No 7 SUBSCRIBE NOW. turkey raising 'that are enjoyed by the man who handles them as fairly as he Turkeys kept for breeding, does his cows and hogs, should be the best that) stock ,, ., .n . xiie ucai wic in cue wuiiu uau n nir i it- io riTr h tiie uvcn.. t. ir uun xu iere ts in do little with poorly bred Puts It for some people to keep ieir best turkeys and send the and turkey chicks. You cannot others to market, but it's the on expect large turkeys from small ly sensible way to do. The hab breeders. Size is not the only it of selling the best is not char thing to be considered in selectac,teristic of only the least intel ing the stock; thrift and firmligent people; it is common with ness have as much to do with the (he oeo pie who have raised tur-- ; choice as the size; big, well-bui- lt lives, and P ?y3 all then. bodies and legs t0 io would not think of breeding ier stock of the farm in such a And on top of a( do not ruin ' reless way. These people the vigor of your strain b t Ive attained the success and early breeding. Some Fads AbOUt TurKeys. 'profits in v i - - j-r- ti 1 ..... be-desire- d ; the National Fire Prevention AsFOR ONLY sociation, the Postoffice Department has issued instructions THE LOUISVILLE TIMES I do not write as a fashion crit- that notices instructing the pubthe best afternoon paper prinic; I write as man who daily lic as to how to prevent fires may faces the moral issues raised by be placed in postoffice lobbies ted anywhere. these things. But I want where practical, when same are Has the best corp3 of correi to be specific. There are pre- properly framed. vailing styles of dress which are The instructions as given in pondents. offensively immodest. Among the notices are as follows: Covers the Kentucky field perDo not be careless. these are: The tight-fittin- g waist; the 'peek-a-bowaist, in Do not permit rubbish, greasy fectly. its really offensive forms (a com- rags, paper and useless waste to Covers the general news field mon object of jest, while it goes accumulate in or around build- completely. on sowing 3eed for its unhallow- ings. to be a new menace impossible ed harvest;) some styles of low Do not allow matches kept in Has the best and fullest mar as it has been proved to be for neck and short sleeves which your homes, offices and stores kets reports. anything to be really new. many girls affect; many forms other than ip metal boxes. Use DEMOCRATIC in politics, bn I refer to the prevailing man- of tight-fittin- g skirts; skirts safety matches. fair to everybody. ner of dress among women, more offensively, short; certain types Do not allow children under especially as seen upon our city of hosiery. The list might easiyears of age to use matches. streets. I have no hesitation in ly be made longer; it is merely ten SEND YOUR SUBSCkIP-TSO.Do not use lamps and lamp saying that it is not alone im- used by way of illustration. burners that are not clean. modest, but is as well immoral; RIGHT AWAY Women are crying out because Do not fill lamp3 except in day and I greatly fear that we shall of the libertines among men. I light. soon see an overwhelming torbelieve their cries rise to Heaven, Happiness is a rent of moral laxity engulf our of Do not keep kerosene oil in and that Heaven weeps over the industry. youth. Indeed, it is here. metal cans. shame of it. But I say with-oug- other thanclosed I have never known a time in Wisdom consists in knowing; Do not keep gasoline other hesitation that these preany of our cities when the young vailing styles of dress are lo than in air tight metal cans when you don't know. man intent upon picking up ac- ing passions of countless thous- painted red. We always hate those to whom quaintance with a girl on the ands of growing boys whose Do not fill tank of gasoline we have been unjust. be reasonably sure of physical fight is already severe. stove when lighted and by day street not Some men look for work and accomplishing this with a small only. are afraid they'll find it. When will women understand light amount of effort in certain fairlv I make no charge of Do not permit a rubber tube 'You can trust any number of indecent desections; but never sign against men with your money, but thousands of women connection to a gas stove. in all my observation until lately, whose thoughts- and lives are far No not start fire3 in the fall mighty few with your reputahave I know a time when, by day above such a thing. Granted until all chimneys, stove, pipes tion. "Old Gordan Graham. or night, thoroughfares devoted that they are above such and stoves are throughly cleaned "Speak as you tnink; be what to shopping or buiness,a proceswill they not listen to out. thoughts: you are; pay your debts of all sion of girls sweep past a young those who know these things? Do not empty ashes in other kinds." Emerson. man in dress so vulgar that he! rwo gins oi lrreproacnaoie than metal can. might fairly even though misThe man who buys his friends character passed me on the Do hot carelessly throw cigar pays too much for them. takenly assume that they are on parade to invite his advances. street but a day or two since; and cigarette stubbs where they You cannot make anybody else The dress of a girl today causes they were dressed conspicuously could cause a fire. understand what you are trying Do not permit the use of wood her to be thrust upon him, per- and, I should say, immodestly. to do until you find out yourself. haps at times when his own The crossing policeman caught cuspidors. Nearly every shiftless man thoughts are far from the realm the eye of a teamster and winkDo not fail to warn your childof ungentlemanly conduct, and ed, and the teamster replied ren of the dangerous bonfire and has a horseshoe nailed over his perhaps with no desire on her with a sneering smile. The girls firework celebration. door that is, if he has a door. never knew of the estimate part to aroise such interest. Do not-fato endorse the san e "If bitterness has crept into those rwo men placed upon The seventeen-year-ol- d boy Fourth of July and Christmas the heart in the friction of the them. who sat in my office a few nights celebrations. busy day's unguarded moments, Just ahead of me the other ago and recounted the struggle kero-si-nDo not start fires with be sure it steals away with the of a young man to keep himself day walked a young woman or gasoline. setting sun. Twilight is God's pure was, unfortunately, out a whose face, apart from her costype of many; and the girl of tume, betoken refinement; but interval for peacemaking.' Some Truisms. chance who her dress was of the extreme I have a good, five year n" "ire for type, with low, neck ." him to lose his fight is John A. Ha You fe'getnothingjtor nothing. sale. but a type, too. Columbl , Ky.-- .J and short sleeves.';- - Young men $4.50. o' M by-prod- uct ht well-define- d - . j i il e i street-acquaintan- ce 1 -- close-fittin- g I I 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyvillc. The coldest day of the season was last Saturday. .Mrs. G. H. Nell, of Columbia, spent a few days of last week in Buy Your i Additional Locals. EVERYTHING IN Rev. J. C. Cook, formerly pastor of the Baptist church of this town, leaves We welcome him and his estimable family back to tile Old Kentucky Home. Rev. O.P.Bush.Lancaster, our midst. Mr. J. Q. Alexander, the dry goods man of day. No new cases of mumps in this community at this time. R. L. Caldwell, of Milltown, was here a day or so of last week, looking: after hogs. Miss Christine Nell, of the L. W. T. S., school, of Columbia, well-know- Goods Cheaper If you ever buy of the "West to make his home in the thrifty little city of fiorse Cave, Ky. n ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. n le, Camp-bellsvil- was with us last Thurs- a Catalogue house Our large , the pastorate of tne Baptist Church of this town began his work here last Sunday, preaching two good sermons. He and his family will remove to the Baptist parsonage about March 1st. called to we can save you money. Home Trade Price Maker Catalogue is now ready for you, of first-class it contains 707 pages ' Merchandise, direct from which means a big saving. compare prices with all other large mail ip as represented or money back. factory to you, Send for one to day and order houses. Mr. W. T. Price, our circuit court clerk, has a lemon bush in his office about twice as high as himself It has six large' lemons approaching the pulling stage. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. 1 CO. spent last Saturday and Sunday at her home in our city. Mrs. W. P. Flowers spent a day or so in Columbia last week, visiting her daughter, Mrs W. We, ourselves, guarantee each and every article to come Yours for businuss SAVE YOUR HAIR WHHe You Have Hair to Save. Use Newbro's Herpicido. Every woman who fa obliged to wear false hair or man, a toupee, feels that it fa a misfortune. What makes the burden so doubly hard to bear is the knowledge that the loss of natural hair could, in most instances, have been easily avoided. GOIN&l H!wciptwiusvtiT The arch enemy of pood hair fa the dandruff germ. This fa now a well established scientific fact. Thera fa one remedy on the mar-k- et which, used regularly, will kill the germ and keep out every traco of dandruff. Mprnlni3 remedy is ".riMr. ii clde Ion? known Newbro'sOriginalintantiDChiusAvtrt as the uanaruit uerm Destroyer. By keeping the scalp clean, lierpiddc I - OS V 4r TiOZ.onl" prevents tne nair irom . ianing out due auows it to grow as nature intended. Begun in time and its use persisted in. this valu- r t . . able remedy insures a nice healthy poiAitr:iiHR?iaoi head of hair. Herpicide imparts a life and luster to dull. dead, brittle hair making it light, fluffy and beautiful. Don't wait. Begin now to save your hair. We Ruarantee the one dollar size botUe 12-- 1 Incorporated 16 Eaat Matket Street, Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. W. T. Hendrickson & Son v Vv Irene. Kentucky. McCandles. Guy Nell, of Columbia, called to see us on his return from Ed- and we are glad to say to the school at L W. T. S., was visitmonton, one day last week. y public that it has paid 6 per cent ing his sister, Mrs. Lucian The family of Mr. Steve Bell interest to all of its stock holders last Saturday and Sunday. a few days ago for High- for the past six months left us Craycraft. land, where they will join Mr. svhich we thank the many cusBell, who has employment at tomers of the institution for Mrs. Ellen Blair is reaL sick at that place. their patronage and ask a continGad-berr- 0 FURS JOHN WHITE & HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission. Write tor price- list mentioning this ad. AND HIDES mtS20&Mm&!s .. CO, louisvTllmy. for The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50, Courier-Journ- al Paul! Drug Co., Columbia Ky. Mrs. Sue Grissora, of Colum- uance of the same. bia, is visiting the family of W. Zion. M. Wilmore this week. The weather is very warm at Messrs. U. N. Whitlock, Allen present. TCelther and Ed Whitlock are on Miss Mattye Young will leave the tobacco market in Louisville Monday for Cane Valley, where this week. Ed Moss, of Greensburg, in she will teach this winter. Mrs. Cattie Willis of company with a Louisville tobacis visiting her son, Mr. co man, stopped over for dinner at the Wilmore House last Satur- P. G. Willis and other relatives day, while en route for Sparks- - of this place. ville, to look at Coomer & Gow-an-'s We are glad to note that Mr. purchase of tobacco. Lewis Young of Columbia, forRev. J. N. Crawford, of Co- merly of this place, who is in St. lumbia, filled his first appoint- Joseph Infirmary, Louisville, is ment at Union last Sunday with improving nicely. His brother, a very interesting discourse. Ores Young of Mo., is with him. From this time on there will be The singing at Zion last Sunpreaching at Union the first and day was enjoyed by the large third Sundays in each month. crowd present. Every body invited to attend. Mr. A. 0. Young arrived home Rev. Hogard, of Columbia, last week, from Louisville where stopped over for night in our he has been at the bedside of his place, while enroute for Mell, to brother. hold a Quarterly meeting for Miss Allie Garnett leaves this this circuit. Rev. G. W. Pang-bur- n week for Bowling Green. accompanied him. Mrs. Fannie Montgomery who A son of Mr. Dock Coomer, has been blind for the past seven living near this place, supplies or eight years was very much this market each week with surprised last Monday when relasquirrels. He informed us that tives and friends gathered with in the past sixty days he had kill well filled baskets" to spend and ed three hundred If any one celebrate with her, her 68 birthcan down Mr. Coomer on the day. The day was enjoyed by squirrels, let us know through all, especially the singing which the News. was led by Prof. R. 0. Cabbell Camp-bellsvill- e, this writing. Mrs. Walker Cravens is reported better. The stork visited S. I. Blair's residence last Monday evening January the 27th, and left a little baby girl. Mrs. Myrtle Blain who has been at Russell Springs at the bedside of her sick mother, Mrs. Ann Hadley, has returned home and reports her mother better. Mr. Sam Pierce had the misfortune to get his mules' shoulder broken one day last week. Mr. Lucien moore, stock trader from Montpelier, was here last week buying cattle. Messrs. J. A. Richard and W. H. Blair each sold a cow, price $30. The Archibald Wheel Co., located near E. A. McKinley's place, began turning spokes last week. TUTORS We tell you now, and pay best market prices. We are dealers; established in ; and can Co BETTER for you than agents or commission merchants. References any bank in Write for weetlyprice list. iaii-isville. muiuY S)&: ;L..MI The "Distinctive" Store For Floor and Wall Coverings Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum Wallpaper and Draperies 5"S M. SABEL d, SONS When in Louisville come in and see our splendid Assortments and how well we can serve you with reliable qualities at moderate prices centrally located 1 Dealers & 33 E Market St.. LOUISY'LIE, In FURS, HIDES, W,jOL. KY. f G. P. SMYTHE for Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff Incorporated 522 and 524 West Market St. FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. J U. H- - Birdseve view of our Plant en. E. Jones tJones ' 9 Jones & Jones J Rev. Joseph Pierce was visiting his son, S. D Pierce, last Sunday. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist .years experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. The Sunday School at Concord Office at residence near Graded School is progressing nicely this winter. building. PHOE NO. 7. N. Mr. J. D. Hayes returned last from Taylor county, where he had been visiting relatives. Rev. Geo Harvey preached at Concord last Sunday night. Sunday W. Tanner Ottley Attorney-Rt-liatzi Will practice in all the .ii in Dixie" "Largest W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., tr ' S - r ? rr .fc- - i - - V' Several of the boys and girls Our old friend and neighbor J. and Bro. Luther Young. Those from this place are attending F. Pendleton who recently mov- present were: Mesdames Lula school at Garlin, under Prof. ed to Greensburg 'with his fami- fiolladay, Marquette Yates,Susie Huffaker. ly, was in our midst last Satuday B. Willis, Lottie B. Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richard family Jennie Montgomery, Mary Pow- entertained and informed us that his the' following at was well pleased and all getting ell, Vinia Young, Josie Young, their home last Sunday, after along nicely. He also informed Fannie Willis, Lizzie Murrell, Sunday School: Mr. and Mrs. us that the tobacco sales in the Ellen Holladay, Mary L. Tup-ma- n W. H. Blair, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0 and Patsie Willis Misses Polley, Mrs. Amanda Grider. new leaf house was good, and bringing a? much money on that Kathrene Willis, Eflie Conover, Misses Nannie and Mary Grider, market as any market anywhere Cora Powell, Irene Cabbell, Bes- Lula and Mary Pierce, Pear, The only low priced tobacco is sie Cravens, Lena, Eva and Elva Alene and Thelma Blair, Nellie Murrell, Lizzie, Dora, and Mattye Polley, Dorothea Wolford: Masthe sorry graded. At the annual meeting of the Young and Frances Bolladay. ter Basccm and Buren Polley; stock holders of the Gradyville Messrs. Tom Holladay, Burton Wood Grider, Collie Bryan, Carl, State Bank that met at this place Yates, Everett Montgomery Clyde and Chelsea Blair, Tommy Montgomery, Rollin Willis. and Roma Hayes. An excellent Jast Saturday, and all of the officers with the addition George Powell, A. 0. Young, dinner was served, after which Mal-co- n we were highly entertained with of Mr. Strong Hill to the board Mark and John Holladay, Willis, Johnny Conover, good music. of directors. The business of the bank was thoroughly gone Bradley Powell, Ruel Cabbelli Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Burress Ivan and Marvin Cabbell, Horace ovtr and found everything in a were visiting Mr. Wesley Burand Luther Young, Ralph and'' flourishing very condition. ress, last Sunday. Larue Hurt, Charlie and Walter More money on deposit at this Murrell. . time than has ever been since UIUUJI 1U.I1US a lull stock of iW the institution . Miss Mary Young, L. $17. &- 'S.,- 'cofflriyiand caskets, also robes; the existance of and no overdrafts. The business visitedfher parents SaturdaVand hearses. Prompt service night or day. re-elect- Courts Incorporated Columbia, Ky. Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog DEiSTTA.!, OFFICE WHOLESALE WM Dr. James Triplett JDETIST NFXT TO POST OFFICE Columbia, Ky. RliS I'HOXE 20. OI'rtCE PHONE t M WELL DRILLER Louisville, Kentucky- On Main between Sixth and Seventh I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties., See me before contracting. Latest machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give im-yrov- ed me a Call. American and European Plans C. YATES " J. Residence RATES: A . jr??lf'XrV! i ... - --Vj American Plan S2.Q0. and up , "' European Plan $1.00 and up Dr;; J. "Nr "MURRELL We serve the best American Plan meals in the South PKoneI33 Business Phone 13 a -- Phone of this bank has .been on the in- Sunday. 45-- 1 yr crease for the past six months Mr. 'James Gilpin, who is in 29. J. F. Triptett, Columbia, Ky. Office; Front' roorrYs' m Jeffries VJBTd'g : up Stairs; , Tlewacfuilyille Hojtcf CohC1 Columbia, - Kentucky. Herman Steinhilber, Manager V