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NUMBER "TROUBLE THICKENS AROUND FRANKFORT AIDING POLICEMAN Dear Editor: After hearing the question of issue-in- g She Dies at Middlesboro Sunday Miss Virginia Hunn and Mr. J. H. bonds for the purpose of building Goff Take the Marriage Vows Morning at 2'clock After a roads in Adair county discussed by Story of the Tragic Death of Claims, Claims Everywhere, But in this part Short Illness of the In the Presence of Many Young Frazier Read in Not a Cent to Pay Them. county I find that almost everyone strongly opposes it. Nevertheless, Friends. Fort Smith, ArR. they are in favor of a reasonable road INTERMENT IN COLUMBIA CEMETERY. tax, but believe ttiat if the tax they EDUCATORS ARE EXCITED. now pay was used in the right way, The following particulars of the killNOW VISITING IN CUMBERLAND. we would have better roads, that is, ing of Frazer Read is taken from the The death of the subject of this to put as much of the tax on one road Louisville Post of last Thursday: List of Appropriations That May writing which occurred at Middlesas another, and not put it all on some James Frazier Read, Jr.. son of One of the most beautiful weddings road s.buying boro Sunday morning, February 9, at Be Held Up Indefinitely. ' tools ect, while others Judge J. F. Read, formerly a resident 2 o'clock, brought much sorrow to her solemnized in the limits of our city for have none. To prove that this has of Louisville, was shot to death in old home town, though it was known a long time, occurred when Mr. James been done, we ask any man who Fort Smith, Ark., Tuesday, when he she could not live, according to nature, Goff and Miss Virginia Hunn took the doubts this statement to Honer in one of his tales relates how visit the went to the assistance of a policeman many more months, being, in her 8Sth solemn pledges Odysseus in departing from the Isle of matrimony last western end of the Neatsville and who was having a struggle with a neyear when the summons came. Dur- Wednesday evening at 8:30, in the Jamestown road Aeolian, received from Aeolus a wallet and then tell us what gro he had placed under arrest. The STATE FAIR MONEY. ing all these years she had enjoyed re- parlors of the brides' parents, Mr. and he thinks. in which were confined all the winds. wrested the policeman's It was stored in the bottom of the The fair hope that the Inquiry will markably good health, the immediate Mrs. A. nunn, under the impressive This road has not been worked for negro him and shot Read and pistol from the off'boat, and while Odysseus was asleep be pressed to a conclusion apparently cause of her demise being the result of ceremony of nuptial vows given by the two years past, for the very reason icer. his companions suspecting- that the is sustained by the indications that a fall, received a few days before the Rev. W. F. nogart, Presiding Elder of the overseer has had no tools for the bag contained some precious gift the State is in such desperate finan- final dissolution. the M. E. Church. The bride was hands to work with. The overseer News of Mr. Read's tragic fate had been received here as told in the Evenopened-i- t and let all four of the winds cial straits that the executive officers Mrs. Cravens was the widow of gowned in a most pleasing and attract- has tried different times to obtain ing Post, but the details were lacking. out at once with disastrous results. could not stop short of thoro ugliness Timolean Cravens, who in his life ive manner combining beauty and tools for the above named road but Mr. Read was on his way to his law Whoever steers the good ship of State and a remedy for it, if they would, time was one of Kentucky's most simplicity md in full accord with the without success. Whether tho Judge office in Fort Smith when he was and modesty of her living. thought we had tools or just in Kentucky over the financial depths and the possibility of a Legislature prominent lawyers. She and her hus- tender:) disliked slain. Policeman Fentress had arrestwere both born and reared in The ble,.ding of intelligence, beauty the looks of through the threatened storm of con- being convened before its appointed band the overseer we have nev- ed the negro, was taking him to jail. tending winds will have to be an hour may ripen into certainty at a Columbia, and in the struggle for and lovabledisposition never more con- er been able to learn. He had drawn his revolver to cow the Odysseus that won't go to sleep on the crisis already scented. Constitution- prominence and prosperty, they were spicuously pointed to admirable womThe majority of the are prisoner, and the latter, while the surrounded with plenty of this world's anly virtues than manifested in job and must have some lusty fellows al questions already have been raised in favor of Mr. Jeffries' plan, to let on the rowlocks. the daily living of the bride. She is every magesterial district receive ev- policeman was off guard, sprang on about one appropriation made last goods. him and tried to wrest the pistol from The first to open a corner of the year, that of S30.000 to pay oif a debt The husband died at the age of 42 therefore deservedly popular with a ery cent it pays as road taxes for the him. years,leavingthe widow and six child large circle of young people and highly wallet and let out a bit of wind was of the State Fair. That same quesbetterment of its own roads, evervone A the department of education. With tion involved in other appropriations renMrs M. H. Rhorer, Thomas, appreciated and admired by a host of favors everything said by Mr. Jeffries ress struggle followed and was in progwhen Read came along. Seeing suspicion born of experience, educators may precipitate matters. The Attor- Isaac, Montgomery, Mary Lee Frazer, others of maturer years. For three or ana Mr. Jones and also Mr Dudley, in the officer's desperate plight, Read Sampson and Maggie. Three four years she has been a faithful apprehended that any policy of "re- ney General contends that unless the Bettie regard to issue! ng bonds. Evervone rushed to his aid, but before he could trenchment and reform" will first be Legislature intended the appropria- of the number are yet living Mrs. teacher and in this line of work merit- feels proud that Adair county affords do anything the negro had gained the visited upon the schools.because there tion to be contingent upon the State Rhorer, Montgomery and Mrs. Frazer. ed the confidence and esteem of her such men who will at all times stand pistol and shot the policeman and cor- many patrons. in times past, it has been found that treasury at some future, definite date, Two children, if we remember to the right without fear or favor. Read. The groom is one of our active busifewer polical influences have been dis- containing such an amount of money rectly, died in infancy. Hoping to hear from others in differ One bullet passed through Read's turbed by the retrenchment. So they not otherwise appropriated, and at a The remains of the deceased were ness young men, a gentleman of inter-grit- y ent parts of the county on this sub body and he died in a few hours later. good habits, enjoys a broad ac- ject I will ring off. are planning to lay before the county time when there are not outstanding brought to Columbia and to the home The policeman was shot through the superintendents,- - at a meeting in as much as $500,000 in floating obliga- of her son, Mr. M. Cravens, arriving quaintance and many friends. He Willie Wheat legs and is expected to recover. The about 5:30 Monday afternoon. From came to this town a few years ago Frankfort, April 2, and later before tions, it is unconstitutional. The Tarter, Ky. murderer escaped. the time the body reached this place from liis native county, Cumberland, 'theteachers and trustees, at the meet- Court of Appeals will pass upon the years Frazier Read was twenty-fou- r until the interment, Tuesday morn- engaging in the livery business with ing of the Kentucky Educational Asso- question Should it be decided in favold. H had attended Culver, Mooney, EDUCATE ing, the residence was visited by hun- his brother, under the firm name Goff ciation in this ciy, a novel plan of or of the Fair Bdard, the whole deluge Vanderbilt and Michigan colIeges,and organization, whereby the solid influ- of appropriations would fall upon the dreds of friends viewing the remains Bros. Success has crowned his effort FOR was prominent in Southern athletics. beloved dead. ence of 15,000 teachers and superin- empty treasury, creating an emergen- of the in this line. On the road, grip in PROFITABLE EMPLOYMENT. He had many friends in Louisville. woman of strong hand, he likewise was interested and tendents and school trusteess of every cy for legislative treatment, and that Mrs. Cravens wasa county, reaching, necessarily, the pa- right speedily. Should the court, on christian character, and had been a his going and coming netted good re- The best education is Honorable Harvey Helm. trons, will be opposed to any effort to the other hand, decide adversely to most zealous member of the Presbyte- sults. He enjoys the confidence of the that which prepares you to rian Church since her early girlhood. firm whose business he has been ad- earn a HIGHER SALARY. cut into school appropriations. the Fair Board, then would all the old age, she vancing as truly as he does It's an ambitious scheme, and what other special appropriations be like- Even after she reachedSunday the many The field that offers the Mr. Chesterfield Turner, School friends at home who know him more regularly taught a the schools to do boldly other interests wise contingent upon circumstances best opportunities to Columbia, Ky. are doing less ostentatiously, but )iow not possible to be realized until the class, and outside of church and Sab- Intimately. ambitious young men and Dear Sir- :effectively will be seen when all the Legislature raises more revenue, and bath school, she constantly admonishThe attendants were Mr. Clyde young women of y is I am in receipt of the communicaed the young to strive to attain the .Crenshaw and Miss Bess Hunn, sister found in winds are speedily let loose out of the the b3ueficiarie? of the1 appropriathe modern bus tion stating the action and attendwallet and the boat begins to rock of the bride. This happy married iness office. tions, who were influential enough to high ideals of life. ants on- - the mass meeting presided She was the writers friend and often couple left the following day to visit The education whether our Odysseus will prove him- have them passed, might be expected that will over by Judge Moss as Chairman and self no sailor and get sea sick, or the to clamor for a special session, declar- sent him cheering messages, the las the groom's parents in Cumberland best fit you to perform yourself as Secretary, and in response crew will mutiny, or whether they ing that they asked for bread and were one never to be forgotten. county, but will make their home in the duties of a competentto same have to state that I will take only good in the world, our own little city. The high esteem business Having done will stick valiantly by the helm and given a stone. Louisville Post. assistant cn pleasure in voting as requested when and knowing that her Surviving child- in which both are held was attended only be had at the oars. The opinion is growing that the matter referred to comes before ren and grandchildren were comfort- by the many who witnessed the nup-tu- Bowling Green Business the whole Democratic party is riding the House. ably situated, she could fold her hands A Most Enjoyable Event. in that boat, and its fate depends on rites in response to formal invi- University With very kind regards, I am, across her breast and looking into the tations. on the boat's weathering the storm. The unusual number of The stepping stone that Very truly, face of her Maker, say: Aeolus can hardly be expected to send beautiful, costly and useful gifts are will place you nearer to- Harvey Helm. Last Wednesday being Mr. and Mrs. "I would not live alway, it forth from his shores under so Bill Turner's 33rd wedding anniverslikewise tokens of love and good will. the manager's desk and in line for The above is a letter in reply to 1 ask not to stay." auspicious conditions another time in ary, Not merely a matter of formality, but quicker promotion is the communication of the mass meetand their daughter, Miss Lily's The funeral discourse was preached in sincerety. The News tenders cona generation. (5 ing held last Sunday Feby. 2. It is STEN0TYPY birthday, they gave an elegant at Middlesboro; but short religious gratulations, trusting that this hapSCHOOL FUNDS AT STAKE very gratifying to note that Mr. Helm o'clock dinner. The menue consisted services were conducted here at the py union may pass many decades the new, accurate and time- g What the investigation now being of every thing nice from a fine turkey church, Rev. J. X. Crawford, officiatfavors the Kenyon-Sande- rs saving method of recording made by the State Inspector and Ex- to dainty deserts. Those present ing. At the close of Mr. Crawford's reaching a golden age through the bill. channel of a happy, prosperous and dictation by machine. aminer will develop no one can tell. were as follows: remarks, Judge II. C. Baker told literature describing this The school men are taking precautions Mr. and Mrs. Babe Pollard and pathetically of the many noble traits useful life, that the sunshine of mar- marvelous There'! be Running. little speed to protect the welfare of their insti- chilnren, Mr. and Mrs. Otha Turner of character of the deceased, after tial love may be so strong as to diswriter will be sent free tutions against misguided retrench- and child, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mitchell, which the remains were conveyed to pell the trial, vexations and disap- upon request. Address, ment which would cripple them; but Mr. Roach, of Breeding, Mrs. Lucy the city cemetery and there deposited pointments to which all are heirs. There ars three Republican aspirBowling Green ants in Cumberland county to reprethe embarrassment of the administra- Hudson, Misses Lulyand Lily Turner, by the side of loved ones. Business "PrkllnrH tion is foreseen to be in discriminat "Rrtio tnr) Tort-.lisent Cumberland and Adair in the loccii. ' Those who were familiar with Mrs University Tragic Death. ing between the good and the bad. Shearer, Messrs Everett Turner, Cravens' life and noble chiistian next Legislature. Dr A W.Clasp, of Bowling Green, Ky. any one in the educational depart-me- Everett Miller, Tom Shearer, Sam Kettle, Dr. W. S. Taylor, of MarrowIf character know that the world was Many young people of Columbia bone, and J. O. Huddleston. of Water-viehas been playing politics for his McCatfree, Clarence Bell. Mont Pol- made better by her having lived in it will be sorry to learn of the death of Former Adair County Young Man own benefit, he is going to be the first lard and Will Stinson. The Missses are all candidates for the above The floral offerings were beautiful Mr.Frazier Read. the onlyson of Judge one to cry out that the schools, are Turner and Pollard rendered some honors and submit their claims to Dies in California. Jus. F. Read, Fort Smith, Ark. the action of the Republicrn party in attacked and screen himself behind tine music and it was an event long to Elsewhere in this issue we publish) While acting as peacemaker he was the August primary. the educational system. While he is be remembered. May Mr. and Mrs acliping from The Louisville Post doing that and .the just school men Turner' live to see many more anni-- showing the trend of affairs at Frank- shot and killed in his home City last Will Ed Willis who made Columbia are trying to protect their institutions versaries, and Lily see many more fort. It is worth a close painstaking Tuesday, ne was a talented young his home several ears ago died at his Chapman Bros , Glensfork, Adair from danger, the whole issue of re birthdays. Miss Lily in her charm- - wading si'nd points to a readjustment man and had been practicing law for late home Brutte city, Cal., where he county, realizing that the way to sell form is apt to be lost sight of. The ing manner made every one feel a', of matters which vitally effects the several years. The father of the de- resided the last two years whith his goods is to let the people know what ' program of reform mapped out con home. welfare and prosperity of the State. ceased, who is a prominent attorney, sister, Mrs. Ed Ross, at that place. they have to sell, giving prices, etc., templates an analysis of expenditures Evidently we have reached the turn- was a son of Rev. n. C. and Ada Read He leaves 5 sisters and 2 brother, ill's. occupy the second page of The News of all institutions and departments, ing point, the place where a halt is to and was born atid reared in Colnmbia, Ed Ross, Mrs John Price and Walter this week, telling the trade of their A Quiet Home Affsir. it is declared. If anyone lias been be made in the wreckless expenditure and his many friends deeply ( feel for Willis, of Brutte city, Cal., Mrs. great bargains. It is of an enterprissquandering money in the name of funds, a place where law him, his companion and daughter, Albert Miller, Mrs. Olie Conor, r aud ing firm, and the great inducements Saturday evening of last week, Mr. of the States education of anything else, it will be must control the fiscal affairs of the Rebecca, in this their hour of great Oliver Willis, of Columbia, Mrs. Susie offered is bound to prove profitable to exposed. The summary of all the Sam Antle, son of Mr.. Marion Antle, commonwealth Lavish appropria- sorrow. Mrs. Annie Caldwell, of Bur- - Chelf, of Kuifley besides a host of the purchaser Call at this store and Miss Bess Coffey, see what printers ink will do in draw work will go before the General As- this place, und and increase of expenses to :i dick, Taylor county, was an aunt of friends to mourn their loss. tions sembly eventually and with it the re- daughter of J. W. Coffey, were quietly point nearing a half million dollars in the deceased. At our fair August, A Sister. ing crowus. There win te salesmen to wait upon all callers. quirements of same departments and married at the home of the bride, on excess of our revenues will not meet, 1908. was young Read's last visNo Need to Stop Work it to Columbia, at which time he institutions for the ensuing two years Bomar Heights, ibis c;t, Eid. F.J. the approval of our citizens nor Barger officiating in his usual solem of indus- formed the acquaintance of all the to the advancement Special Notice . GUAKDIN'G APPROPRIATIONS. When the doctor orders yon to stop manner. Soon after the cereraonv Mi try. The clamor of the different de- young people in town and was the work it staggers you I can't, you The underlying idea, aside from the couple left for the home of the groom's partments, the demand of various in- life of many social gatherings. The saj . You know you are weak, run Parties indebted to the firm of Drs. business-lik- e proposition of informing father, where thej will reside for the stitutions and the pleasure and pride father, an old friend and school mate, down and failing in health day by day Russell & Hindmau for medical serthe Geuural Assembly as to exact con- present. that he and his family of charities must be reduced to the ditions, so it con act intelligently, is The groom is an industrious young ability to pay. Retrenchant is neces have the sympathy of the office and but you must work as long as you can vices and wishing to settle their acstand. What you need is Electric counts with the doctors will please do to get back to the law: to appropriate man and he has chosen for his help- sary, it is indispensable and we heart- the entire town of Coluiubir. Bitters to give tone, strength and vig- so before Feb. 10, as said firm has only such money as the law permits, mate a very excellent young lady. ily indorse the position of the Attoror to your sjstem, to prevent break dissolved partnership and will after and to spend it only as the law directs. May prosperity and happiness go with ney General who is largely responsivr.A W Kreinheder, of Buffalo, down and build you up. Don't be that date place all their accounts in The Kentucky Court of Appeals long this couple through life, Is the wish of ble for the awakening. We who N. Y. and Secretary of the Standard weak, sickly or ailing when Electric the hards of a collector. All accounts since'evolved a rule.knownasthe doc- the News. know him as a business man and a Hardware Lumber Co., was in this Bitters will benefit you from the first due said firm must be settled by that trine of contemporary construction. lawyer expect the closest business town last week. Mr. Kreinheder is a dose. Thousands bless them for time some way, as the doctors will-aftwlMch in popular terms means that Gen. P. W. Hardin is now a res- methods to prevail where his power Republican in party affiliation but an their glorious health Kind strength. that keep separate accounts where the language of astatute is open ident of Atlanta, Ga. We learn from and influence can secure it. Regard- optomist over the business outlook. Try them Every bottle isguaranteed. while they still occupy the same to two constructions, either of them less of who is hurt or who favored, or He predicts unprecedented activity in to satisfy. Only 50c. at Paull Drug valid, the construction placed upon it the Glasgow Times that he was in whose political fortune destroyed or years Co. by the official charged with its execu- Frankfort a few days ago, mingling advanced we expect Mr. Garnettto the lumber business for several prosperity will be general t tion at the time the law wasenac&edf tWitUJrieud that he made hue to the line for the best interests and that After the town mail was put in the is Interest In shall prevail. Three conditions are city during the three terms he served of the State as the laws give him powour Russell county friends, who ; iy growing in Columbia. There has office the announcement of the death ' essential to the application of the do- the State as its Attorney General. er. Mr. J. D. Walker, of this place, have business with this paper,- - wilhbe i been quite a number of additions", in of ctrinethe language of the statute Gen. Hardin was born and reajed in came. A more extended notice! the St. Valentine day is.fas'& approach- in Jamestown next week' they will be recent weeks, to the lodge at tins death of this good mnn iH appear must be ambiguous, the prevailing Columbia, but nearly all his friends boys about given an opportunity to see a repre- place, and at this time these are four next week. construction must have been placed op of boyhood days haye passed beyond ing, and the little girls and town are busy making pictures. sentative of the publication. or five petitions to be acted on. it'by an official charged with its exe the veil. tax-paye- rs -- cution at the time of its- - enactment and his coristrnction must be valid. Like all rules of law, it is narrow in its definition by courts and broad as charity in its application by executive officials. Many departmental heads and employes are resting serene behind what they thinkis contemporaneous construction, who. it is said, will find that the construction was erroneous or invalid or is in fact just a slovenly custom grown up in later years The State Inspector and examiner, it seems, is not collating departmental folk-lorbut is going back tothe original statutes on the subject of accounts and expenditures, leaving the doctrine of contemporary construc tion to depaitment heads and the State's legal advisers. MRS. MARY CRAVENS. BEAUTIFUL WEDDING. , Ml Mort Abom ,he Bmi '" KILLED WHILE tax-paye- rs to-da- - al anti-shippin- nt w 1 ed well-kno- er of-fic- e. in--tha- 1 Odd-Fellowsli- ip -- J - H V " l t &r ' THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Grea !5SSXs THE STORY IS TOLD IN A FEW WORDS AND THROUGHOUT PRICES PUD 6 THE STORE THE STORY. I WILL ENDORSE Si I I s$ssax GLENSFORK, - KENTUCKY Save This and Wait For Wednesday, Feb. 12, at 9A. M. Sharp The Most Daring Attempt on High Prices Ever Attempted. mm m I TEN DAYS fit M m OF FAST AND FURIOUS SELLING We will sell so cheap, you will think you are back to 5c cotton and Sc wool. Don't let anything keep you irom attending this sale. SCy3x()Sii!X CHAPMAN BROS. Glensfork, Ky. The Time is Set! Wednesday, pebraary 12th, to Saturday, Febraai?y 22nd. Regular Prices Knocked to a Frazzle From Here is the greatest avalanche of Majestic Bargains ever offered in this country. This will be the "Supreme Sale Sensation" since the beginnig of time. A "Sweeping Smashing" Sale for Ten Days only. This sale will be the most astonishing $5,000 Stock in this stupenduous offering. "Price Sacrifice sale" the world has ever known. Competition will wring its hands in desperation and despair at this paralizing broadside of bargains. But the people, the great masses who will benefit as never before, how they will rejoice and shout for joy at the glorious tidings. A tornado of bargains will sweep throughout this section. Don't fail to attend this sale. This store will be closed on Monday and Tuesday February 10th and 11th to mark down prices A Sale. With a Reason fice our big stock in order Right in the heart of the season, when most merchants are reaping a profit, circumstances have combined to make this Sale advisable and we are compelled to sacri and CHILDREN and tosell while Merchandise is in demand. and arrange stock. Plenty of experienced salespeople to wait on you promptly. Make no mistake, be sure you are in the right Nothing charged at If you haven't the money it will pay you to borrow it. KASH will these unheard of low prices. be MIGHTY. place. KASH will be KING. $5,000 Worth of High Grade Furnishing Goods, Shoes and Hats FOR MEN, BOYS, SHOES FOR WOMEN. Our entire capital being tied up in Merchandise and we need immediate relief. Heroic Sacrifices this is one of the times. We must have a large amount of Cash at all hazzards. We must sustain an are sometimes necessary immediate loss or risk a greater loss later, so we prefer to face the situation squarely and start this money raising sale now at the time when our friends and patrons can benefit to the fullest by this great bargain treat. Cost entirely lost sight of. We must reduce Our good name is more to us than money and every Man, Woman and Child in our stock to meet the prevailing conditions. this section of the state know that anything bought of CHAPMAN BROS, was the best money could buy. Words fail to describe or do justice to the thousands of irresistible offerings in this mighty Bargain Crash, for Ten Days BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12th. We guarantee every price, every statement herein made or your money back, for us to menton. fide and lightimate sale. Remember there are thousands of articles space will not allow hundreds of miles to this Great sale. Below we quote a few of the many bargains: this is a bona It will pay you to come Men's Clothing Suits formerly sold at $15.00 Suits sold at $10.00 and $12.00 Suits formerly sold at 6.00 Dress Shirts Great bargan in men's dress shirts and $1.00 values 60c now now now now 49c 150 pair Boys, Misses, Men and shoes sold from 1 Wo-men- s Fascinators. 1. 9 1 now $9.98 now 7.98 now 3.98 Mens pants sold at $2.50 to $3.00 now 1.98 Men's pants sold at 1.25 to 1.75 now 79c Few men's coats sold at $1.50 to $3.00 now 98c $ .60 to $2.50 your choice now for We will close"all our 50c values at 28c now now now now Sweaters Men's 50c values Men's $1.25 values Overshoes 39c 79c Ladies half Arties . Ladies Arties ' Mens half Arties Lumbermen's Rubber shoes ' Handkerchiefs. Mens, formerly sold for 10c Mens, formerly sold for 5c Ladies, formerly sold for 10c Ladies, formerly sold for 5c 49c 69c 89c 1.46 Boys Clothing One lot of Boys suits, price $2.50 Boys pants formerly 50c to 75 c Boys pants formerly 25c now $ .19 now 39 c 9c now 1 1 Neckwear Men's 25c values ' 8c 3c 8c 3c ' 19c 9c 39c 9c 1 Suspenders Men's formerly sold at 25c Men's formerly sold at 50c Boys formerly sold at 5c Boys formerly sold at 10c 1 Dry Goods. All our prints Apron and dress Gingham 7c to 0c Apron and dress Gingham to 16 Calicoes sold at 6 to 8c Percales sold at 0 to 2c 1 1 Blankets. $1.25 and $1.50 values now 89c Overalls Men's Overalls formerly 50c Overalls formerly $1.00 Men's Youths Overalls formerly 50c Boys Brownie Overalls formerly 25c now now now now 39c 89c 39c 19c now now now now now now now 2c 7c 19c 1 1 Socks Men's fancy cotton socks formerly 25c Men's regular 15c values Men's regular 0c values 1 now 5 c now 6c now 8c now 5c now 8c now 9c now 39c now 8c now 8c now lie now !9c now fc'c now Big Bargains In Our Grocery De partment. Granulated Sugar, 2 lbs. keg Soda at price of Best roasted Coffee, Extra good Green Coffee, Coal Oil, 175 test now 5clb 1 Dress Goods. Suiting's sold at 12A to 15c Woolen Serges, black, brown, navy blue, sold at 60c One lot of fancy White goods, Organdies and etc sold at 10 to 15c lb. . 5c now 25c lb now 20c lb now 1.5 c gal Men's Hats Men's Men's Men's Men's hats hats hats hats sold for 75c to $1.00 sold for $1.25 to $1.50 sold for 2.00 to 3.00 never sold less than $3.50 now 49c now 89c now 1 .19 now 1.49 now now He 7c Shoes Boys shoes $1.50 and Boys shoes 2.00 and Men's shoes 1.50 to Men's shoes 2.25 to Men's shoes 3.50 Childrens shoes Misses shoes formerly Ladies shoes formerly Ladies shoes formerly Ladies shoes formelly Ladies shoes formerly Hardware. Wire Nails all sizes, No 9 Wire, Galvanized, " No 12 Wire, " No 16 Wire, Horse Shoes with nails included now now now now now 5 c 3 c lb 3c lb 3c lb 4c lb Boys Hats 25c values 50c values 19c 39c $1.75 values 2.25 values 1.75 Caps 2.50 75 c 1. 5 1.25 .75 1 1 Wl Men's and boys caps 25c to 50c now I9c to 39c now now now 19c Gloves Men's Jersey and leather gloves 25c Work Shirts Men's cotton work shirts formerly 50c Boys cotton work shirts formeriy 25c 39c 19c 2.25 3.00 now $1.19 now 1.79 now 1.39 now 1.98 now 2 79 58 now 89c now now 98c now 1.38 1.79 now 2.49 now Hosiery. Ladies, formerly Ladies, formerly Ladies Woolen, Boys and Girls, sold at 10c sold at 15c each formerly sold at 25 c 10c values SPECIAL. During this sale we will give the highest market prices in cash for eggs and chickens, and one cent more per dozen for eggs in Underwear. Boys Shirts only, formerly 40c Misses Vests, only for girls from 6 yrs to 10 yrs old formerly 35c 1 9c now 18c trade. 9 . To The Puplic m No man or woman canatford to miss this golden opportunity. A clean, choice and complete stock to be sold at Public Sale at these quoted prices, lower than its value. To save these dollars upon dollars, read this circular carefully and remember, no matter how ridicuously low the prices quoted, they are true and backed by 1- -2 ! i I Starting TEN DAYS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 9 And continues without stop until Stop and Consider We intend to dispose of our entire stock within 10 days. We have advertised the stock for Public Sale at ridiculously low prices. Every statement and price here made being absolutely true and not exagerated in the minimum, we shall expect a crowd numbering hundreds of people every day of the sale to supply their wants. $5,001 S a.m. Sharp I the fairest guarantee. All new goods go in this Sale. i FEBRUARY 22nd, Ten Days. PRICES SHOT TO PIECES. CENTS WILL COUNT AS DOLLARS. Proper preparations are being made to accommodate these masses, and. to wait upon one arid all with rapid dispatch. To get your share come early, for at these prices the stock will last but a short time. & Chapman Bros. Glensfork, Ky. ii V, V THE DAIR COUNTY NEWS of any paper which can be CAN YOll ANSWER the following quotations: The Best'Way. is not until the fourteenth year proven entirely free from errors, "Mine eyes have seen the THESE. that the small fob pocket of the Ralph Waldo Trine stated his either typographical or in stateglory of the coming Lord;" To set colors in laundering, waistcoat, and the watch pocket ments of fact. We will be pleasbelief thus in Harper's Bazar: "They sing no more by the glim- soak pink, green, analine reds, of the trousers are developed. "To get up each morning de- ed to find a merchant who never "General Information" Test Submer of the moon lavender, purple and blue in a The. appearance of the pistol termined to be happy, deter- made a mistake in putting up an mitted to Boys in PhiladelOn the bench bv the old cabin tub of water into which two pocket and the two coat-ta- il mined to be master of the events order, a lawyer who never lost a phia School. door." ounces of alum have been dis- pockets is usually synchronous of the day instead of being mas- case through his own errors, a solved. Dark blue, gray and with the cutting of the wisdom tered by them; to take anew doctor who never wrongty diagRest for Beauty. '(The Independeiice.) black may be set by soaking teeth. When they have reached this attitude of mind when the nosed a case; a druggist who Name the engineer in charge them in salt water. maturity the normal developdoleful thought presents itself or never made a mistake, a post-offi- of the Panama Canal. It has been said by a great To keep books from yellowing ment of the pockets ceases for official who never put mail attemps to show the bogy-ma- n Name the President of Prince- beauty that the modern woman expose the pages to the sunlight KtIie comparative recent dicoyery his face; to look always on the into the wrong box, a woman ton College. of isolated specimens of men places too much faith in open air occasionally. bright side of things, determined who never forgot to put in the Designate the chief allies in exercises under all kinds of weaA couple of tablespoonfuls of with pockets in the sleeves of to stanp always in the sunshine salt while cooking or to put tea the war against Turkey. ther conditions for the mainten- of borax in the water in which their overcoats, apparently derather than in the shadow this in the tea pot before putting in Why is Pennsylvania called ance of her good looks. they are washed will remove the signed for stowing away female it is that makestlife with its dai- the water. the "Keystone State?" Bring on some of your This beauty is an advocate for leather stains from the feet of hands, does not as yet warrent ly round and its knotty problems any change in the scientific classWhat was the "Walking Pur- rest, and declares that every light colored stockings. paragons who find it so continually easier. This hopeand description of To overcome difficulties in ification easy to criticise the papers and chase?" time a woman wearies herself ful, optimistic, courage-always-u- p playing open game, she adds five peeling potatoes, wash them and human pockets. Life. attitude of mind and heart is we'll give them the chance of What is an artery? years to her age, and makes an put them in unsalted water to to set into operation subtle, silent their lives to find out whether Girl That Is Popular. What is a vein? they are really human. Ex. overdraft on the bank of beauty. boil. When parboiled remove forces that are continually workWhat are the emergency dirSo long as she exercises sufficien- and peel the skin comes oft ing along the lines we are going General News The most popular girl in the ections for a severed vein? tly to keep nerself from gaining easily, and then put them in school will generally and that opens the way for us to be a girl What are the emergency diA Housewives League has been undue weight, and becoming boiling water, seasoned with salt, who ecells in games and outarrive. organized at Lexington with 100 rections for a severed artery? she may be quite satis- and finishing cooking them. siders often wonder why this Name a common remedy for fied This not only saves trouble and should be the case. that all is well. It is so easy to forget a kind- members. The reason burns. Cnief Justice John K. Shields, A lesson should be learned time, but if quickly done adds is that to play mo3t games well a ness arid to remember a kick, What is the normal tempera- from the spring flowers yet controlling our recollections of the Supreme Court, was elect that gain to the mealy qualities of the girl must be unselfish; she must body? so much of thee beauty from the potato. is almost as important as con- ed to Senate for the long term ture of the "play for her side," and not for What is the number of cubic showers, for the complexion last week by the Tennessee LegTo restore black goods that her own honor and glory, and trolling our temper. George Elinches in a gallon? islature. needs plentv of moisture. To have taken on a grayish hue she carries this out unconsciousliott. What is a meridian? secure moisrure employ steaming sponge them with alcohol. Mr. George William Snider, ly in her daily life. You do not Brief Holiday. assessor of Spencer county, was What is a parallel of latitude? process, and lave the face in To wash lamp chimneys use a find her thinking that no one found dead in bed at the Taylors-vill- e What is the letter postage to rose water or plain distilled wat- string dish mop, which will go else is of any use in the world, or Joy is like a bird in flight, er, and ue plenty of good cold into globes too small for the putting on airs because she hapHotel last week. Great Britian? dips in its passing and which hands entrance and reach all pens to be better looking than That the automobile is the Explain these abbreviations: cream. touches us with its wings. It A favorite cosmetic of this Dortions of the globe easily. her companions. She is simple most dangerous weapon 'ever R. F. D., C. 6. D., F. 0. B., R. comes from out of a far country beautiful woman is pure almond and natural and content to "give used by criminals was the state- S. V. P. Met His Match. and it tracks its way on high. oil, and the cold creams that she and take," and is as strict in ment made Monday by Judge Who was the Shepherd King After that brief hovering it will McAdoo, of employs contain a large amount her code of honor as her brother the New York Mag- of Israel? recover its former altitude, its The dapper little traveling is in a public school. Such girls of the same precious ungent. istrate's Court. speed, and song. Its throbbing Who said, "Whither thou man glanced at the menu card will always win, be rich in friends Mexican rebels last week fired goest; I will go; and where thou heart passes high over our throbat the restaurant and looked up and wherever they go thev carWhat Failure Means. on United States troops on the lodgest, bing cities and frozen hills. As I will lodge?" at the pretty waitress." Nice ry with them a breezy spirit of flight of untram-mele- d border at Fabrens, Tex. The we watch that day little one," he began "Yes joy and good fellowship What is the meaning of the Ex. rebels also raided an American wing we wish that someword Gospel. Have you ever felt that all it is and so was yesterday and were driven off by the how we might capture that ranch but Little .Economies. What was the Promised Land? your efforts have been of no my name is Ella, and I'm a little ranchmen. blitheness and teach it to dwell Who was the greatest Trojan avail? and that, however hard peach and have pretty blue eyes, E. R. Sweetland, former dirWhy should among men. you have tried, you must know and I've been here quite awhile, Don't throw : v v or ector of athletics at State Uni- leader? but never abide? We at last that you have failed? But and I like the place, and I don't dry pieces of b . t TutWho defended Thermopylae joy abide so versity, and five students chargwovld have that when there comes a time when think that I am too nice a girl to pieces can be made into toast lor ed with intimidating R. S.Webb, against the Persians? fixedly that it would become a you can be alone with God, have be working in a restaurant; if I poached eggs, or toast points for Who was the greatest Greek !Jr. at Lexington, were dismiss peace. The holiday season is you not seen that he can bring did I'd quit my job; and my creamed meats and fish. Small orator? ed on peremptory instructions. like that. It stoops for a little again from the dead all our de- wages are satisfactory, and I er pieces may be buttered, cut After a survey of the flood Who sent the message, "I cayed hopes and studefied ambi- don't know a thing about any nto cubes and browned in the out of snace. draws near our dim earth, and sheds its bright- - situation at Calhoun, Capt. Wil- - came, I saw, I conquered?" tions? and cause to bloom again dances or shows to night, and if ven as croutons to serve with swiftly as liam Elliott, U, S. A., ordered Who drew up the Declaration the flowor of unselfish achieve- there is I'll go with you, and I'm soups. They may be made into ness among men. As it came, so swiftly it goes again. ten days' emergency rations for of Ihdependnnce? ment? He has come "walking from the country, and I'm a Y. a bread or chocolate pudding or eighteen hundred refuges and And yet each year It draws more Who was the first commander in the cool of the day;" he tar- W. C. used for excellent poultry stuffstarving horses. stays for a longer time; six hundred close and of the Continental Army? ries long after the fevered conA girl, and my brother is a ing. If too dry for this, roll Hams potatoes and sugar were its radiance is revealed to us Why wenj tfae Blue LawssQ ditions of life's exacting sun cook in this restaurant, and he them and set away in a glass jar more clearly, full of grace and the only articles of food that called? have made their inroads, and only weighs 200 pounds, and for cutlets and croquettes. sold cheaper in the Louisville Weekly. truth. Collier's Don't throw away the water in Who published "Poor Rich, when the shadows of evening last week he wiped up the dinOctober 15, 1912, than market fall. He is there to say, if we ing room floor with a fresh fifty which unsalted rice has been ard's Almanac?" on the same date in 1611 , accor-- ! Dyspeptic Philosophy. have risen from failure to meet dollar a month traveling man boiled. It makes the best starch When did the 'Constitution of ding to the government report him coming to us, that it is well, who tried a date with me. Now, for lingerie waists. the United States go into effect? issued last week. and that, though we have been what'U ycu have? The dapper Especially where flirting is Don't throw away the paraffin Who was "Old Hickory?" Copies of telegrams in the pocast down, we "shall not utterly little traveling man said he was from jelly and marmalades. concerned, a little learning is a Who invented the cotton gin? Department ssession of the State dangerous thing. fail." Wash each piece and save it. Inot hungry. Ex. Who invented the telephone? About the only things some were considered by the Special Boil the accumulation and there Board of Inquiry to show Cipri-an- o Pockets. Who was Hiawatha? P. T. Barnum launched his cafollows seem able to keep are will be clean paraffin for net jelkilling of Castro ordered the Who was Daniel Boone? reer in the show business by exlate hours. ly time. Paredes, a revolutionary war M-is marsupial, and herein Don't throw away the coarse Many a business man who What was the meaning (in hibiting a remarkable negro wogeneral. man, believed to be one hundred he is braodly distinguished from green leaves of celery.' Dry American history) "Fifty-fou- r claims he wants only a fair profit thought sorty, given no arid sixty years old and said to woman. Nature has provided them in the oven for flavoring or fight? must have in mind a church fair That he has to the making of trips to the profit. Who said, "We have met the have been a nurse to George man with pockets in his trousers, soups and sauces. Peilippiries, Alaska and Panama, Washington. An old bill of sale his waistcoat and his coat. ' The Don't throw away lemon and enemy and they are ours? Lots of men tire themselves to and is making no plans for anyis not always the same, orange peels. Dry and powder was exhibited, properly dated, number death looking for an easy place. "Who were the "carpet-baggers?- " thing but his work at Washingconcerning Joyce Heth, then ' some men having in the aggre- - for flavoring or cut into shreds Life is a grind, but it at least ton, was the declaration Monday aged fifty-fo.years, and evi- gate twelve distinct pockets, and boil in a white sirup for a. sharpsns a man's wits. President-elec- t What was the "Freedman's dence was also furnished that great and small, while others Wilson. of sweetmeat. About the only man in the Bureau?" she was nurse to George Wash- have only eight or nine; but a Sad, But True. world who is satisfied with his Rules for Poultrymen. Who were the "Molly ington. Everything seemed so man totally without pockets man. job is the straightforward to the young would be lusus nature. It is reLined up alongside the fence It is urged that all farmers-anWho led the charge of the Vir- man that he was eager to become markable that pockets are not in a Kentucky farmer's barnNewspaper Errors. poultrymen adhere strictly the proprietor of this novel ex- congenial, but are slowly develyard, we saw the other day a ginians at Gettysburg? hibition, which he purchased for oped during childhood and youth. to the following rules in handling hay loader, two machines, a grain Civil" Rights ' - The editor of an exchange does What was the $1,000, $500 of which he paid The trousers pockets which are their poultry and eggs: drill, with some cultivators and Bill? 1. Keep the nests clean; ,pro- -' not want any one to send him plows thrown in for good meadown, selling out his interest in earliest developed, seldom make Who invented.themineograph? the grocery business, and the their appearance before the fifth vide one nest for eery four any more copies of his papers in sure. It was a rainy day, too, hens. which they have found mistakes. VV- and all of these implements were Quote a verse from' the Ser- other $500 he "borrowed. He year, and one of these usually 2. Gathertne-'.eggtwice they find a perfect copy how' If saw that the thing to do was to comes to maturity ten or twelve daily, getting a thorough soaking. If mon on the Mount. f ever, he offers a big price for it. 9w the farmer leaves them there all Name a work of each of these make people talk and become cu- mpnths before its fellows. 3. Keep tbef eggs in a cool, Same with us, says the editor of winter, the probabilities are that and excited over rare spec- About the eight year a male authors: Milton, Scott, Long- rious ! dry room or cellar. the Crystal Falls, Mich. Drill. the depreciation in their value tacles. Regardless of expenses, child develops two and somej. Market the eggs at least If the fool critic who hunts for will amount to enough to build a fellow, Goldsmith, Burns, Haw- - he advertised in New York, Bos- times three coat pockets, and twice a week. mistakes in the papers would good implement shed, which thorn.Dickens.Tennyscn.Steven-son- . ton and Philadelphia, and the two years later the lower waist5. Sell, kill or confine all male find them all he would be kept halls were thronged until Joyce coat pockets appear. Nature birds as soon as the hatching ' for ten to twenty would last Vmcw We will be Dleased to buv years. Progressive Farmer. Identify by author and work Heth died. National Magazine. then pauses in her work, and it season is over. """' ce mis-takele- ss Gospel or Courage. ? 7 dull-eye- d, I J)ni ser ! , ! j j i ur Mag-uires- ?" self-mad- e d . s " f. V 1 y plow-handles THE ADAIR COUNTY Kl-W- in his own ample courage and the strong physically, combining all hands, yet he hopes to see the Published Every Wednesday the necessary essentials for a Democrats in every section of - BY THE most efficient officer. He is 38 the county before the August youngest son primary and present his claims Adair County News Company. years of age, the of the late J. J. Epperson, who for the nomination. ( Incorporated.) was known to a large circle of NOTICE. EDITOR. people. Mr. Epperson is a DemCHAS. S. HARRIS ocrat, a decendant of one of the democratic newspaper devoted to the in- On the solicitation of a number rft6t ol the City of Columbia and the people oldest and most substantial Dem dalrand adjacent counties. ocratic families of this county of personal friends I have anmember to ask nounced myself a candidate for 1 and is the first as entered at the Columbia class mall matter. his party for a political office. Judge of the Adair county court The highest sale yet will begin in Knifley, Ky., Feb. 15th and last til March man of subject to the August primary. conduct, a 1st. During these 15 days you can save some money. As I was late getting in WED. FEB., 12. 1918 Uuright in his years old, a naadaptability tor the position he I am fifty-si- x fall goods from the fact they were lost for some time on the road, and I seeks, true to conviction and tive of the county. My" public ANNOUNCEMENTS . principle, unyielding in his devo- life began ns a deputy in the have decided to sell them out regardless of cost. So my loss will be your gain, these prices to anyone before Feb. 15, or after March 1st. tion to party, yet courteous and county cleVk's office in the early nothing sold County Judge. For respectful to those holding dffer-e- seventies. In the late seventies fflE. JUMIR COUNTY HEWS judgment, SOMETHING DOING that at Post-offl- ce sec-"- nt are authorized to announce that TANNER OTTLEY is a candi- serves due consideration from office. I began the practice of date for Judge of the Adair County his party. In due time he hopes to medicine in the early eighties. Court, subject to the expression of every Democrat in the county The past four years I have been Democrats at the August primary, see All Calicoes 4c yard. We lt)13. 1-- views, his candidacy de- I was two years in the Sheriff's Dry Goods. I 1 Clothirv have a good stock of men's suits, pants, odd coats, and present his claims personally. a member of the county board of Outing worth 12 2 and 15 at 10 cts. yard: boys suits and paints which I will offer you at' 40 per education, making almost forty Outing worth 10 cents at 8 cents per yard. cent from regular price. In the proper column of this years of public association and Good Domestic We are authorized to announce Dr. at 5 cents per yard. Men's $ .00 overalls at 79 cents. 2J. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a paper appears the formal anGood Bleech Domestic at 8 cents yard. Judge of the Adair nouncement of Mr.01iver Willis service. candidate for A nice lot ladies trimmed hats at 2 price. County Court, subject to the DemoThere is a strong and growing All $1.00 Dress Goods at 75 c per yard. " " at 38c per yard. cratic voters who will express their a candidate for the Democratic sentiment that a public officer is All 50c 50 cents stock food 38 cents. " " at 18c per yard. choice at the August primary. All 25c nomination for Jailer. Mr. Wil" 18 cents. " 25 cents a public servant; that there Dress Cinghhm 7 2 cents per yard. lis was born and reared in this should be no favoritism; that the Apron " 5 cents per yard. All $1.00 sizes Patent medicine at 78 cents. FOR SHERIFF. county and probably has as large same good business principles Hickork Shirting 8 cents. at 38 cents. All 50c '" announce S. H aquaintance with the people of should be applied in official life Best Hickory Shirting 0 cents. We are authorized to " at 18 cents. " " All 25c MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, the county as any man of his age. Ladies Cloak, Scarfs, Fascinatoes, Caps & etc., at 25c Talcum Powder at 10 cents of Adair county, subject to the action He was reared on a farm but for that are applied in private life; 40 per cent discount. Great reductions en all other of the Democratic voters of said that official acts should be ffank 25c Milk Pitchers at 10 cents. Dry Goods and Notions not mentioned. county, expressed at the August pri- the last few years has been a citand open so that any one inter25c hose and sox at 17 cents. mary, 1913. izen of this town. He was electested may know what has been 50c underwear at 35 cents. ed Town Marshal by the town done", why ir. was done and how We are authorized to announce A. A $ .00 underwear at 75 cents. MILLER a candidate for Sheriff of Board and served in that capaci- it was done; that there should bej Men's fine shoes in patent leather, gun metals and 25c underwear at 8 cents. ,ace worlh from $3.75 to $5.00 at Adair county, subject to the Demo- ty for nearly two years. After no neglect or delay in duty. ifilans' bulton and Men's $1.00 shirts at 75 cents. cratic primary to be held in August. his service as Marshal he was $2.98; worth from $2.50 to $3.50 at $1.98. any thing should be done do it Men's 50c shirts at 38 cents. Mens Brogan shoes at $ .20. appointed Deputy Sheriff by his right and do it now. Should I Best grade Brogans at $ .35. We are authorized to announce 2 lbs pure package soda for 5 cents. A. D. Patteson, high Sher be with the honor Albert Epperson, of Montpelier, a uncle, entrusted Men's $1.00 work gloves at 75 cents. Ladies fine shoes, boys fine shoes, children school candidate for the Democratic nomina- iff of thiscounty. It is needless sought, I pledge myself to use I " at 38 cents. " shoes etc , at same low prices. Men's 50c tion for Sheriff of Adair County, sub- for us to say that he has measurall my energy and ability coupled ject to the August primary. ed up to requirements, a faithful with the best counsel Jailer. officer, the people well know. obtainable to carry out these senThis is only a few of the bargains I have for you. All groceries will be sold at To the Democrats of Adair County, Mr. Willis is a Democrat who timents. Having the utmost lowest prices. Highest cash price paid for poultry arid eggs. Free Post Cards, I hereby announce my candidacy for stands for his political convictions Jailer of AdairCounty subject to the through adversity as well as confidence that the intelligence action of Democrats in the August of the voters of the county will if you want to write to your friends while here, you can have them free. party outprimary. If nominated, I will use all througMgprosperous enable them to wisely determine m my power to ad- look and it may well be underhonorable means vance the interest of my associates this question to their best interemw MunnrA hm unan K ti and if elected will discharge the stood that he will neither sulk 9 est, I unreservedly submit my duties of the ollice impartially, I ask nor sullen in our party fight. your support. He directs us to say that he candidacy into their hands to Yours truly S. G. Denny. JLJ, hopes to meet every Democrat in await their decision. N. M. Hancock. We are authorized to announce the county before the primary Oliver Willis a candidate for the and that he asks them to withCongress, against Hon. Harvey Democratic nomination for Jailer of Judge Weed S. Chelf, who Adair County, subject tc the action hold their promises until he sees Helm, suffered a stroke of paran of the Democrats of this county in the them. His candidacy deserves was Circuit Judge of the lysis one day last week and was August primary. consideration as a Democrat and district, died at his carried to St. Joseph Infirmary; COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT as a man who would make a home in Elizabethtown last WedLouisville. The last report states nesday morning He wcs fifty-fou- r competent jailer. We are authorized to announce he is recovering. years old and had been an that PROF. TOBIAS II UFFAKER a candidate for Superintendent of Public Congressman Ben Johnscn The announcement of Mr. R. invalid for several years, but Schools of Adair county, at the NoA. Waggener, for the Democrat- the immediate cause of his death knocked out 900,000 interest on vember election. ic nomination for Assessor of was a stroke of paralysis which Washington City bonds ai d FOR SENATOR. this county appears in this issue. he received a few days bef or his about $3,500,000 for other th.ngs Mr. Waggener lives about 21 death. He was a son of W. H. on the District of Columbia ApWtinm niihhnri'Pfl tn flnnniiiipp Greens-burg- . propriation Bill. A Congressm. cox. of Albany, a candidate for miles east of Columbia, on the Chelf, and was born in His father was a brilliant man who is watchful is useful. Senator in this the Kith Senatorial farm where his boyhood days district subject to the action oi tne lawyer, and the talents the cirer Republican party in the August pri- - were spent and has a broad acThe, house passed the Web mary. quaintance in the central part of were inherited by the son. temperance bill Saturday, the county where he is highly reThe Kentucky delegation, who hibiting the shipping of inmor FOR ASSESSOR. garded as a gentleman of honor will The vote was see Woodrow Wilson inaugu- into dry States. and a Democratic in the truest rated Pre sident of 65. We are authorized to announce R.A the United 240 to WAGGENER a candidate for the sense To those who do not States, wiil be as attractive as rawnWMW Democratic nomination for Assessor know him we merely wish to say c"""bia' fai'll opxg co- c any set of men who ever visited jister&&it.-i&6of Adair county subject to tne action that he is a man of integrity, the national Capitol. They will 1 of the August primary. i3CSSsj?T-- ', ?A plenty of energy, good ability to be tall, most liiri'Mr'wui w " ...&' 'j A , ., . sari gracefully attired, jtgpt i meet the requirements of the ?8R i. .feS U The announcement of Mr. Al- position he seeks, a man straight and while the inaugural ceremo Wf?aaB?sQBsK5Sfr,' bert Bert Epperson for Sheriff in every avenue of life, who be- ny is in progress, many with SWJ Wetell vounow. and pay best market 4 e are dealers: established nrices. elevated chins and watchful eyes ZSj ia lsr.G; and can do BETTER for you of Adair county subject to the or commission mcr- P1 than lieves in clean political action action of the Democrats of the will be heard to say, "Thank c enacts. iteiA;ii.co v.iiy ujm. i list, ?I isville. .Vnte for weekly price fc county in the August primary and a faithful accounting of duty. God the day of salvation has f?j fe hi. SASEL ' SOWS -As a Democrat he has never HS7 sj; r"Sr appears in its proper place in r.iOFo, t'.jOL rm Dcc'era .a - ?Q& -:-?M?5vg EJS3I3: P"rs. Affy SSk .', && ka do his whole duty to WiJj?Zi2tE7zE&ie4F&' - wre this paper. Mr. Epperson is at failed to vaSiulLuf vrriffH?'AS3y Gov. McCreary has not as yet present an active farmer but has party nominees and to aid party '5S3R W.J;3 Can Safely Buy has much business experience advancement regardless of con announced for United States SenW&&AFi B! E CUSIED Wv,. 3ttVLA and is by training well equipped ditions. In plain language he is ate, but the prevailing opinion Dr. King's New Discovery and give it principle, and is that he will soon enter the to the little ones when ailing and sufII Prove It to transact the important work a Democrat from Congressman Stan- fering with colds,, coughs throat, or other tastes nice, harmless You who are suCerins ihe tortures ol Eczema. Itch, Salt Rheuiaor sleepin the Sheriff's office. Several has never before asked his party contest; that r nights are made sliln d'seases y"i for anything. He is capable, ley will withdraw and that the once used, always used, Mrs. Bruce less by the tarrloie whose days are miserable, whose you a trial of a cure J. C. Hutzs!t.R.P. Itchinp. burning pains, let me spnd years of his time were spent in healins: treatment which has cured hundreds, hich I believe will Crawford, Niagra. Mo. writes: "Dr. , any uuimanuii uu jruu . 1 inNPrarie honest," industrious-- a christian fight for the nomination will King's New Discovery changed our you fillwin send it iree. postage paiu, wiiaout or write me, civing your "name, a?o -- ud address. mercantile business the coupon below and ma.il it to mc. Just of cost to you. 1 treatment City Iowa and on his return to gentleman and Democrat whose come between former Governor boy from a pale weak sick boy to the c vuH send theun u n freea m ikCUT AND MAIL TO DAY" a ca i J. C. W. Beckham and the picture of health." Always helps. Wayno, Ind. his home he was employed to claim for position is founded on j. G. HUTZELL, !23 West Main St., Fortyour Buy it at Paull Drug Co. Free Proof Treatment. whose candidacy is Please seed without cost or obligation to me close out the large stock of goods merit, and .Age. belonging to Mrs. Patterson, of submitted to the Democrats of An extra good Jersey cow for sale Vamc Judge J. A. Sulliyan, of Richweeks. Jamestown. He is a splendid this county in making up the mond, who made the race for Will calve in threeL. C. Post Of Hindman. r, a man of good ticket. While a farmer, holding the Democratic nomination for Columbia, Ky. .Street and No. 1-1-1 Shoes. 1 1 1 1 Yours For Business, JL.t teJ. JLJLiLA l ni V? v Eliza-bethtow- ) If 1 pffl0 iff && j j i j T-- l i o p mMEWiy( a-'ts WmAM$MMM MlMlM l Ky-- P WW? t mmmmiir' ymMSv" . "- jw-- u- Km rf?U - I fe 0 & bb a w te i Jh Free &k tew - i -- Yu ; lung-trouble- sooth-iuf- r, a"i"" book-keepe- 14-4- t. . :3W r . .1 ,s -- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ' Commissioner's. Sale. -- "made. J-- ' V ROYAL Absolutely Pure Economizes Butter, Floor, Eggs; makes the food more ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Eernesb Burtorr-bhis next friend William Perryman P1H. y . Sellar Burton vs &OJ-Def- .v t. J i; J . BAKING POWDER By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render, ed at the January Term, thereof, 1913, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction.on Monday the 3rd day of March 1913, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court.) upon a credit of six months the following described property t: to-wi- For the purchase price, the purchase with approvfid surety otse- curities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W. A Coffey, Master Commissioner. Commissioner's Sale. f.MiK)K i '; - : : ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. L. B. Hurt Plff. ) v vs II. Clay Wolford &c Deft. ) By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Term, thereof, 1913, in 'the above cause for the sums of $178.52 & $31.00 cost,$87.20 & $8.05 cost, $30.48 $44.27 & $3.00 cost, herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-nous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 3rd day of March 1913, at 1 o'clock p m. or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following described prop- appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Personal For Sale. House and large lot, near the Graded Harry Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. lia been very sick, School, also 30 acres of land 2 miles Eoberb Allen, who is improving. from town. Frank Sinclair Miss Madge Rosantield, who spent two months with relatives in Louisville, returned fhome Sunday night. Single Comb White Leghorn eggs news from Mr. Jas. T. Page is for hatching, 65c for 15. If by Parcel The more favorble and it is now believed Post, you pay postage. Book your orthat he will be able to reach home in der early as I will have only a limited number. a few weeks. Mrs. Jnb. N. Conover. Mr. J. D. Walker, who was quita sick the first of last week, was taken Ail notes and accounts are now due .much worse on Saturday and for a and I need the money. Please come set-ti- e whiie was critical ill. at once. It will save yuu a Hun or Mrs. Harry V. Denver, of Lexington, Tenn., who made a pleasant visit statement. to her mother, Mrs. M. E. Marcum, W. L. Walker. left for home last week. Mr. Allen McCaHree isquite sick with Commissioner's Sale. typhoid fever at Lebanon. His mother and aunt, Mrs C. M nindman, left ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Friday morning to be with him. Ilettie Rupe &c Plantiff, ( Mr. and Mrs. J. H Durham and viz daughter, Mabel, of Campbellsville, Kizzie May Rupe &c Deft. ( who spent several days visiting Mr. It By virtue of a Judgment and OrdeY H. Durham and mother, have return- of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered home. ed at the Jan. Term, thereof, 1913, in Mr. John Q.Alexander, who is a wel- the above cause, for the sum of two come visitor to this section of the hundred Dollars with the interest at State, was in Columbia Wednesday the rate of 0 per cent per annum from and put in the remainder of the week, tlie 29 day of April 1912, until paid, cost herein, I shall procalling upon the merchants in this and ceed to offer for sale at the Courtand counties below here. house door, in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 3rd day of March 1913, at Special Offer. one o'clock p m., or thereabout (being County Court.) upon a credit of six During the month of January and months the following described proA certain house and lot February we will furnish the daily perty, Courier-Journone year $3.00 the re- lying in Elroy Adair County Kentucky gular price is $6.00. Six months,$1.75: and bounded as follows viz: Begining three months, $1.00. Remember that 115 feet from the North west corner this holds good only during the of the school house lot in R. T. Breedings line at a stone-- thence S 15 to a months of January and February. stone in said Breedings line, thence witli his line N 21 Bales to a stone Don't you Believe It corner to John M. Simpson, thence Some say that chronic constipation with his line 20i E 111 poles to a small cannot be cured. Don't you believe cedar and stone on the west side of it. Chamberlain's Tablets have cured the branch, thence about E. to the beothers why not you? Give them a ginning containing one and one half trial. They cost only a quarter. For acres be the same more or less. sale by Paull Drug Co. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, Mr. Walker Bryant bought a farm must execute Bond, bearing legal inone mile north west of Campbellsville terest from the day of sale until paid from Mr. T. C. Faulkner, of that city. and having the force and effect of a Mr. Bryant selling Mr. Faulkner his Judgment. Bidders will be prepared residence in this town and paying a to comply promptly with these terms. difference of $lS0O.00. Mr. Bryant W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. will give posession April 1st, and Mr. Faulkner will become a citizen of our Sheriff's Sale. town. I Five certain tracts' of land, three of said tracts containing one farm of about 21 acres, lying in Adair county Kentucky at Yester and known as the S. C. Burton farm, the other two tracts fiug on the waters of Snake creek and containing one farm of about 42 acres and owned by S.C. Burton at the time of his death. Said lands are fully described by meets and bounds in the judgment and order of sale. Said judgment is recorded in Order Book No. 13, page 331 of the Adair Circuit Court Clerks Office. Said 21 acre tract and the 42 acre tract will be sold separately and will then be offered together and the bid or' bids that bring the most money will be accepted. For the purchase price, the purchas er, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. 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. I RUSSELL & CO. 'J i f certain house and lot situated in Columbia, Ky., and designated as Lot No. 14 in plat No. 1 of Tutt Addition to the town of Columbia, Ky. and is recorded in Deed Book erty to-wi- t: A mtmxxxxxxxx Buggies Surreys Runabouts. No. 20 page 640 of the Office of the Clerk of the Adair County Court. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and havintr the force and effect of a Judgement. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Mr. J. T Penisk, of Elkhoru, Ky., ars ago was a citizen of who many Columbia, met with a stroke of paral-lysilast Wednesday, and' when the s, Wonderful Saies!0f Buggies. Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A Oar Load Of Buggies Saturday. Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY J. W. Hadley & Elizabeth! Hadley Pltr. vs Isom Kerns &c Dft. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the January term, thereof, 1913, in the above cause, I shall proceed to door offer for sale at the court-hous- e in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction on Monday, the 3rd day of March 1913, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following described property, t: Four certain tracts of land lying in Adair county, Kentucky on the waters of Sulphur Fork of Russeil Creek to-wi- information went to the daily papers, he was in a critical condition- - He is a member, of the State Board of Equalization and was preparing to leave for Frankfort when stricken. Later ne died next morni ng. Sam Burdette bought 10 extra good mules last week at prices" running from $160 to $250 apiece. He bought a pair of blue ribbon mules from Curtis Yarberry considered by com- Every petent Judges to be the best pair that ever went out of Adair county. keep on hand an assortment of Spectacles. If you need glasses it will pay you to see me. J. P. Beard. I Saturday June 22nd. Main to-wi- t: al , all joining and containing about 110 acres composing the farm and homestead of J. W. Kerns in his life time of said land the interest of Pearl Judd Bryant and the interest of of said land the Melvin Judd and interest of Harlan Kerns who are all infants will not be collected by the commissioner on the bond executed for the purchase price but will remain a lien upon the land until said infants arrive at the age of 21 years or until their guardian shall be appointed as specified in the judgment and order of sale or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be 32 Campbell, an old Mexican soldier, whose home is on Harrods-forMr. J. M. k, this county, met with a stroke of paralysis last week, and has been in rather a critical condition since. 8 Greensburg was Blocked for two hours with Busrffies sold by Wood Lewis. day Town Marshall ' called on to clear the street. Street The Russell circuit court will begin next Monday. A representative of this paper will be in attendance, and it is his desire to meet all the friends of The News. Bell and Pyles, of Lincolin county, were in Adair last week and bought eighty-od- d head of cattle at an average of $30 per head. During the The Parlor Gircle What is the cause of these Phenominal' Sales. Styles Jvloving Picture Show Quality, OFFER PRIZES lsH&i' and Easy Riding, Contest Begins Feb. 12, and Closes June 15,4913 against Alfred Ilendrickson, etc. I, or one of my Deputies, will, on Monday the 3 day of March 1913, between the hours of 1 o'clock p. m. and A Card Of Th?nKs, 2 o'clock p. ra, uv ill? Court House door in Columbia, Ky., the same being the first day of regular term Adair 1 wish to extend my heart-fel- t thanks to all our friends and neigh- county court, expose to PUBLIC bors who so kindly and tenderly help- SALE, to the highest bidder, the foled us to care for my dear mother dur- lowing propertyjor so much thereof as may be neccessary to satisfy Plaintiff's ing her sickness and death. t: debt, interest, and costs), Minnie Vi Judd. One hundred acres of land as the property of Alfred nendrickson and beFoxes WaMect. ing the same land said Ilendrickson bought of Dave Rice which is boundGrey Foxes $2.50, Red Foxes 55.00; ed on the North by the lands of Dave Mink9 SG.00 to $8.00 each; Coons $1.25, Rice, on the South by the lands of and express. Send name of your ex- Tom Turner, on the East by the lands of Jo. Page and on the. West by the press office in first letter. W. T, Hodgen, lands of Tom Turner levied on as the property of Alfred Hendrickson. Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. TERMS: Sale will be made on a For Sale. credit of 3 months, bonds with appov-- , ed security required, bearing interest A tract of land, 40 acres, 2i miles at the rate ofVix per cent, per annum from Columbia, Ky., Address F. C. from day of sale, and having the force Brase, Cairo, 111., R. F. D. 1 i and effect of a sale bond. I WITNESS my hand, this 10 day of Mr. Jas. J. Parson, of Campbellsville 1913 and Miss Mollie Squires, of Fry, were February married on the Sth. The groom was A. D. Patteson Sheriff A. C. By D. S. divorced from a, former wife. to-wi- King's New Discovery. Soothes irritated throat and lungs, stops chronic and hacking cough, relieves tickling throat, tastes nice. Take no other: once used, always used. Buj it at Paull Drug Co. Dr. By Virtue of Venditioni Exponas JNo. 103(5 directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's Office of the Adair Circuit Court, in favor of Wade Johns REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man, the Mower and Binder man, the Gasoline man, Engine the Farm $25.00 Diamond Ring First Prize $10.00 Bracelet Second Prize , $8.00 Locket and Chain Third Prize ameand vote standing of each contestant made known every week. Five hundred votes necessary to nominate. Every ticket .of admitanceto the show gives 50 votes to the lady whose name is written on . it, and when she receives 500 votes her position in the race will be made known each week until contest closes. No one connected with the show will take any part in the contest. It will be absolutely fair and impartial. Lady receiving thejlhighest number, of votes will receive the- Diamond' Ring, the. second highest the Bracelet and thethird the Lock- - et and Chain. - Implement man. LEWS GREENSBURG, KY. Herman C Tafel 236 W. Jefferson, St. Prizes on exhibition at Russell & Co. Tickets on sale at Marvin Young's store. Enter the race early if you want a beautiful prize. ' ipIiB AH 2 Louisville, Ky, Things Electrical Write for Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet . It Telegraph Instrm (t Telophone Medical t( 44 G. W. LOWE, Mgr. 0 Electric Light -- s?- "5. i- - to ,J- -' Vr $ 9S Kf : kaSvJT A jS-" rv .- - C CX THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS At The End Of The Journey. The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Age has its attractions no less than "youth in a more serene and quieter life. But it is this very life of rest without sufficient exercise that brings with it those disorders that arise from inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled in this way, with accompanying symptoms of belching, drowsiness after eating, headaches and general lassitude. Frequently there is difficulty of digesting even light food. Much mental trouble ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable remedy. First of all the advice may be Kiven that elderly people should not use salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters or any of the more violent purgatives. "What they need, women as well as men. Is a mild laxative tonic, one that is pleasant to take and yet acts without griping. The remedy that fills all these requirements, and has in addition toaic secs8Xsexco Louisville Adair Is can never be re near and dear us, and we may But no good man ever W. B. Caldwell, 405 "Washington St, forget. Monticello, 111. Your name and address forgot the time when he was callon a postal card will do. ed on to give up his mother. Yet it is not always with a feeling of .sadness that we make the The Daily sacrifice, for we feel and know that her life beyond is but a tie that draws us onward and upward to a higher life. Most of us believe in immortality and in a life beyond the grave. Those who do not have little to hope for. But believing And The this, and knowing that all mothers are good, we look forward in confident assurance of a happy meeting when we, too, have crossed the river of death. What heaven is we do not the best afternoon .daily paper publishknow. Just so far reason cared in Louisville. is Democratic ries us. Beyond that it is the hand of faith that stretches out and is heartily supporting Wood-ro- w into the beyond. But whether Wilson for the it is a place or a state, and whether we shall reach it suon or late, we know whose face will fee. the first to greet us when we properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all other remedies. Trustworthy people like A. B. Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm, Newbern, Tenn., and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky., say they take it at regular Intervals and in that way not only maintain general good health, but that they have not in years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always maturer years. have a bottle of it in the house. It is good for all the family. loss is one that Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one paired. Other dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home ones may leave free of charge by simply addressing Dr. Most of us before we reach the middle of life's existence are called on to lay beneath the sod the mortal remains of loved ones. Perhaps it is a mother, who had nurtured and watched over us in infancy and had been the guiding light to nobler things in our WEEKLY PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by COURIER JOURNAL . 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 DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 If so, then tbe 50c AND Cox, Joliet, 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS J&Vf Special -- "T WF Times News For i you will give or send 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 Btock removed from stables. your order to this LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE, STREET. paper 'notto the Gourier-Jora- !, Courier-Journa- l. ON BURK5VILLE County It Daily Yr al, $6.00 $2,00 Joseph $ H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Sunday 2 Coorier-Jonrn- Yr Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if yon will write Jamstown, Kentucky this paper. Why The campaign if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. is on and get there Dear old Bob Taylor thus de scribes it. "What heaven is, I know not; but I long have dreamed of its purple hills and its fields of light blossoming with immortal beauty; of its brooks and laughter, and rivers of song and its palace of eternal love. Hong have dreamed that every bird which sings its life out here, may sing forever there in the tree of life, and every consecrated soul that The Adair County News and Weekly Cour Not eai ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for $4.50 per year Come to the office or niail in " your subscription. U. G. BARDWiCK. Pres. J. H. COCKE, V Pres. R H. DIETZMAN. Sec The r tt ? .eMi -- ESTABLISHED ij INCORPORATED 18S9- - Louner Journal? HENRY WATTERSON 186! All Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once suffers here may rest among its flowers, and live and love forever, I long have dreamed of opal towers and burnished domes; but what care 1 for gate of pearl or street of gold, if I can meet the loved ones who biesaed me here, and see the glorified faces of father and mother and the boy brother who died among the bursting buds of hope, and take in my arms again, my baby who fell asleep ere her little tongue had learned to lisp, 'Our Father who art in heaven.' What eare I for crown of stars and harp of gold, if 1 can love and laugh-ansing with them forever in the smilejof my Savior and my God?" Bowling Green Messenger. d IwmikWSiGHTS 1301 DEALERS IN f mHCHifliSTS ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW ML1S. N. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfilKTeSNTft-MftlLOUISVILLE it&F MOKE STACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Vork .y- r5.2;- ai 'Hrr sr mm? 13' . i.-i- --" -- - Editor. We Can Furnish You "il r 1. ft. aBKHL .p- t i rr, -i fcg. The Adair County News andgCfhe jobbing woRfc Solicited -- All Kinds of Machinery Repaired t ?J? 3. - Jaofc Weekly Courier-Journal The Adair County News and Daily Courier-Journal Both One Year For 31.50 Rowes X Roads. The Government r If 5. Oliver Hadley has moved back system will divert ap- people want to go to the parties the new to this town. .. proximately $25,000,000 of the.pany, JLOUlSVine, ivy., ior because it is of- the world and Abe Dowel has bought Bud belongs to the world. The Bible express monoply revenue into free sample copy of edition ., Karnes farm here for $800. Bud says shun the very appearance the treasury of the rost-omcbt u t will go back to Oklahoma. j JUU1 to Department during the nrsti OCHU .rrmY, nrrlor VJ.V.1-- J of evil. Rules for .Christians .. rt i'fo nnavotmn Siv mil George Cook of this town is nhfiv. Do nothing you that to the to this paper-N- OT week. would not like to be doing when lion packages were handled dur. visiting in Columbia this days of the j Courier Journal. M. T. Selby and Charly Ham- - Jesus comes. Go to no place ing the first seven new system ' mons passed here yesterday with where you would not like to be operation of the Methodist Minister Recommends good bunch of cattle for the found when Jesus comes. Fa- Farmer's Home Journal. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Eev. James A. Lewis, Milaca, Minn, chance to make good I'm talk- upper county market. Odd Thoughts. ther, mother, keep a close walch writes: "Chamberlain's Cough Reming about fairy stories now. Are Youu Cold Sufferer? John Oaks Finis McKinley is ror vnnr lorirls. Thev are the edy has been a needed and welcomed " If there's anything exasperaTo talk of anybody-- but him- hauling hogs to the river this moat nrerinus thiners on the i Take Dr. King's New Discovery. guest in our home for a number of Cough, Cold, Throat and years. I highly recommend ifc to my ting, it's to get all ready to hate earth. A stitch in time may The Best self "reforming" a man is about week. Lung medicine made. Money refund- fellows as being a medicino worthy of ft mean person, and then to dis- as futfle as talking of breathing ed if ifc fails to cure you. Do not he- trial in cases of colds, coughs and Eli Bohanan the Druggest, has save nine. cover that he's got some really sitatetake it at our risk. First dose croup." Give Charaberlal's Cough moved from the Russell - Springs for him. Woman's World. helps. J. K. Wells, Floydada, Texas, Remedy a trial and wo are confident good qualities. parcel post writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery you will find it effectual and continue back to his old home at Creels-bor- o Nerrly 2,000,000 It's the modest, unassuming, m I have a good, five year old mare Tfor my territile cough and cold. I as occasion requires for years-tweek. this packages were sent through the cured 15 pounds." Buy it at. Paull to use it as many others have don& person who gains the sale. diffident gained come, John A. Harris. the fifty leading Drug Co. There will be meeting here at Columbia, Ky. public confidence and gets aj For sale by Paull Drug Co. " 1 . Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More We can also give libera) Well February has come and with Daily the Oak Grove church every cities of the country during the combination rate brought a snap with it. first week of the operation of the or Sunday Courier Journal. Sunday night for awhile. boy at Levi Kernes It's another Com- Idqn't think that Christian new service. It is stated that Write Courier-JournI al than one Year ej OUWOV-iiW.W- ii We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week -- o nost-office-of MM III fl I IT h" THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Good Roads. Couldn't Walk! "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, o! Kenny, 111. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in fine health at 52 years." There are many reasons why the farmers of Bell County should vote in favor of the proposed 8500,000 Good Roads bond issue and a lew of them are enumerated below: Good roads would bring them closer to the towns and other consuming centers by reason of the lessened time required to travel over such roads from their farm to the trading cenThey could travel at any and all times of the year, whereas with conditions prevailing such as at the present time, with wintry storms of rain and snow, with days of alternate freezing and thawing which are productive of the looseing and disintegration of the dirt material of the present type of country road and which material with the passing over it of each successive vehicle, is reduced and changed from the condition of a solid to that of a sticky, viscous semi-fiul- d mass, into which the horses sink nearly to. their knees aad the wagons almost to the hubs. This deplorable state of affairs which is applicable to almost every foot of road in Bell county except the short stretch of the Government Pike over Cumberland Gap, renders a trip with a load of farm produce to the nearest town of perhaps only a few miles from the farm, an undertaking of great moment, and one which can only be entered into after careful in spection of the wagon to see that every part of it is in asafeaiid. fit condition. The horses must be in the best physical shape that is possible to get them for the arduous journey But even with all this preparation the team presents a sorry plight when it has probably traversed only a comparatively short portion of the distance which it has to go. It plods slowly along lifting one reluctant foot after the other with an evident effort from the tenacious grasp ofthe mud encompassed roadway, with lowered heads, heaving sides and listless eyes. A glance at the luckless driver will usually disclose him sunk into an apathetic, silent state, wholly unregardf ul of his snail like progrese. Contrast this picture with one that can be seen any day on the pike be tween Middlesboro and Cumberland Gap. The wagon is full ladedthe horses move the load with ease, heads erect and springing, resilient step,and with eyes showing the existence of splendid physical vitality. The driver is seated in an erect posture with an unmistakable pride of ownership in the team which is making such rapid progress to his destined profitable market. These may seem fanciful imaginations of a biased mind, but that they are real is easily proved if one will lonly take a stroll, with observant eyes, on the pike and the road which diverge from it. ters. take vARDUI - Yhe Womarfsfomc Miss Mary Pickett and Mr. SiKnifley. mon Finn, entered school at Bow The health of this community iing Green the first of the week. Johnie Rogers sold one young is very good at the present. Mr. W. L. Russell and family horse to Taylor Pickett, of have moved back to their home III., price $155.00. Kollen Pickett sold one mule at this place. The social given by Mr. Jason to Tomie Rogers a few days ago Shirrell last Friday night was for $110.00 Mr. Killis Dudley and family, largely attended and all reported left for Illinois the first of the a nice time. Mr. Richard Wheeler who has week. James Morrison bought sever- been in Illinois for the past year al crops of tobacco in this neigh- returned home one day last bor hood, paying very prices week. Farm-ingdale, THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1913 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BGGER THAN EVER fair We have thousands of such letters, and more are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, It should help you, for it has helped a ffive it a trial. others. It is made from- pure, harmless, herb ingredients, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic. Try it Your druggist sells it 1 Write to: tot Special Instructions. nd Ladles' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Term., book. "Homa Treatment for Wcmen," sent tree. J 58 se aily 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 among Louisville newspapers. pre-emine- nt attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now run ning serially in The Herald entitled Special Mrs. S. H. Knifley was thrown Mr. Crit Pickett sold a large THE REGULAR PRICE OF from her horse one day last boundary of timber to the tie week hurting her severely. men THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Broke her collar bone and disMr. Sam Keltner, is now locatlocated her shoulder. ed here and is ready to do your IS YEAR. Miss Willie Bowen, of Taylor blacksmithing. county, who has been visiting Mr. G. W. Dudley, is now friends and relatives at this f YOU WLL SEW YOUR ORDEk ready to grind your corn with a place for the past week returned gasoline engine. TO US, YOU CAN GET home last Monday. W. H. Kemp and Aaron RogBorn, to the. wife of Walter ers have been prissing out tobacco THE ADAIR COUNTY Arnold the 26th of Jan. a girl. for Jim Morrison at W. C- - RogBorn, to the wife of Fred ers' barn, Watson the 17th of Jan. a girl. NEWS Wyley Rogers and Charley l Rev. M. A. Monday preached Stults, were jurors from this end at the school house at this place AND of the county. last Sunday night. There was a Mr. Burr Gilpin, a grocery-malarge crowd and good attention. was here one day this week Mr. Fred Bottom, wife and We are glad to note that Mrs. sister, Miss Mamie, of Marseills, Sam Dudley, who has been very TIMES 111., who have been visiting sick is better. friends and relatives in this sec1 The wheat crop in this section BOTH ONE YEAR tion returned home one day last is not very promising at present. week. Thelmer, the little daughter of FOR ONLY Mrs. Retta Hancock who has W. T. Kemp, of Mell, is visiting been sick for some time is no her kinfolks around here this THE LOUISVILLE TIMES better at this writing. week. Mrs. J. V. Dunbar is on the the best afternoon paper prinThere are lots of rail road ties sick list at this writing. ready for hauling to Greensburg ted anywhere. The social given by Mr. when the roads get better. Has the best corps of corres Dolphus Bryant last Tuesday burning It is about plant-be- d night was largely attended and pondents. time but not much done toward all reported a nice time. it yet. Covers the Kentucky field per- Mrs. A. C. Wheeler and son, Richard, spent several days of fectly. Montpelier last week with Mrs. Jesse Covers the general news field 9 $5.00:A - n, THElOUISVILEE $4.50. ON BOARD THE GOOD SHIP EARTH re- Back numbers of these articles free on quest to all who subscribe now. THE DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Both by Mail for One' ear for S2.75 No subscription can be taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or city where that papet is delivered by carrier. j subscribe: now. Seven Wonders of The Newspaper Office. How to size Them Up. i The subscriber who can't find An observing farmer says the a single thing wrong with the following rules may be regarded paper. as tolerably authentic. "When W Vr v i .n oa rt. Ja a au mm:e uuvu wuu uucau u you pass a iarm ana see a larce know more than the editor. barn and small bouse y(m may A press that will run better on know the man is boss; when you publication morning than on any see a fine house and a small barn other. you mav understand that the A linotype that never got out woman has things her own way. of fix. and when there is a good barn A compositor who never drank and a nice house you may take a drop. it for granted that the woman and man are equals and work toAn editor who never swore. gether in harmony. Ex. A clean office towel. Ex. A ii-t- I 4- I . completely. Mr. J. R. Beard and son atHas the best and fullest mar tempted to ford the river at the willow ford with their team and kets reports. Gov. Craig on Rural Needs. wagon the other day and got inDEMOCRATIC in politics, to deep water, they turned over Gov. Locke Craig, of Korth CaroliMr. Joe Williams was in Co the wagon and had to cut the to everybody, na, in his recent inaugural address i laid emphasis on the need of better lumbia Monday, on business. harness off of their team before schools, better roads and betcer public Mr. U. L. Stearman, of Rus they could get out of the water. SEND V0UR SUBSCRIPhealth work.' On the school question sell Springs, spent Sunday at he said in part: Misses Julia and Eulan Corbin "The highest duty of society is the Montpelier. ssent last Sunday at Mr. C. M, TION RIGHT AWAY education of the childreu. The comMr. Tim Uatfley of St. Joseph, Baults, mand to educate our country children has been thundered from the con- Mo., was visiting friends and Carmei, science of the age. When in obediSunday was ground hog day relatives here last week? ence to the demands qI the people and there will be plenty more and of justice to the eljiUt; this GenerMiss Ruth Stapp spent Thursi Robert Tupmam bought a winter days.' J al Assembly shall provide for a sis mouths' rural school, North Carolina day night with Miss Mary Miller, horse from" T. B, Grant near W. E Leach is at home with will feel the impulse of an exalted of Columbia, who is with her this place for $157. 50. nope. Then it will not be long behis family this week. G. E. Russell passed through fore the stigma of ignorance will be aunt, Mrs. Luther Williams, and I wiped out. the stigma which ihrouirh teaching, at this place. Muslims Of Schumann. this neighborhood en route for the long ears has been our misfort Mr. Bert Eppersctf was in Co- Campbellsville, on business une and our eumiliation." one "There are times when my In discussing the desirability of bet- - lumbia Saturday. day last week. ter roads the Governor made some Mr. Luther Williams made a W. R. Johnson made a busi- soul so overflows with melody good recommendations saying: "No community can hope for trip to Columbia Mon- ness trip to Campbellsville one that it is imposible to write any without the good road. We thing down." day. of last week. have the benefits of modern civil"Climbing brings us to the top ization without it. It is not an exMr. Frank Waggener has Mrs. Mattie Smith, of Hatcher, pense; It is an investment that pays ol the ladder. I have no desire onenundred per cent., dividend each taken possession of his property and Mrs. Sallie Kelly, of Cane year. And more, it brings culture and recently prrchased from Mrs. Valley, was the guests of Mrs. to be understood by the common herd.'" contentment and a better social life. Mary Murray. Mary E. Grant last week "I think that a general statute "I keep my eyes fixed on my Mr. Jo Jones and wife, of Pel- should be enacted conferring upon the' The school at Carmei is1 progreat examples Bach and Beetownships the power to levy taxes and lytoft, will remove to this place. gressing nicely under the issue bonds for road construction and thoven." Mr. G. A. Bradhaw has about of Mont Biggs. providing administrative machinery. "Intelligent, The counties can continue what they recovered. conscientious, The meeting at Jerico has have been doing. The townships can persevering work alone secure Mr. U. L. Stearman, of Rus closed witn eleven conversions complete it. The State should superprogress and preserve the charm vise and encourage this great work-b- sell Springs, Mrs. Ann Ingram was at the stopped in Columbia lending its credit and by all practiin any art, especially in music." cable, feasible means. All available with friends for a few days be- the home of her daughter, Mrs. convicts shonld be worked upon the fore leaving for Dallas Texas in Mary Loa Huffaker, visiting Do not look forward to what one public roods." might happen the We clip the above from the Courier which place he has accepted a day last week. Journal which shows that the Gover- position. Mr. Jimmie Page and daught- same everlasting Father who nor of North Carolina realizes the y cares for you Mr. Luther Williams, Montpe- er, made a business trip will take great importance of good roads as well to and evas the little newspaper men through- lier, was here Monday. Campbellsville one day of. last care of you out the country, who are urging betery day. Either He will shield Miss Martha Beck, Horse Shoe week. ter conditions. you from suffering, or He will Bottom, .entered the Lindsey-WilsoWe had some snowflakes Ia3t give you unfailing strength to Monday. Tuesday morning. Pickett. Mr. Alfred Jones, who has been visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. T. Jones for several weeks, returned to Cincinnati Tuesday. bu.-fai- r Absher. J y bu.-ine-ss I man-agme- nt y w; to-da- - to-morr- n, The health of this section very good' at present. Miss Mary Miller, who has been in Montpelier for three is weeks, is at home now. week. V I rr'llL!306 tnisjand P"e de Sales. r nOQI ! T3s rt VNsn AL aH- - ansiou, thoughts Francis imaginations.-Sfr- .- 1 V u ?- z - CT.S?5 v ft?FT Aiill -- fif 3flfeyfc 4 - .v Vr v THE ADAIR, COUNTY NEWS y. Sale- Sheriff 4 aen joins p Hardin, tax and cost for On Monday the'3rd, day of March the year 1912 -1913, at the " Cofert house door in Co- J S Rainwater (NR) 129 acres e lumbia, being the first joirioMnhV Watson, tax day pfa regular term efthe Adair County Court, at 1 o'clock p. m. or andfcosb'for the'year 1912 F, thereabout, I will offer for sale to the J Black.2 acres joins highest bidder for cash in hand the - .UUUrtSW, Lili. ilUU UU5U 1UI the year 1912 following described tracts of land or a LevyDoolin (NR)sl Lot- 1n j sufficiency thereof to satisfy the tax tax and cost due for the year 1912 by the , Cane Valley, 1912' and cost for the year following named persons, t: Guss Duvall 1 lot in Cane "WHITES, DISTRICT NO 1. , "Valley, tax and cost for the J T Bottom (Heirs) 75 acres year 1912 joins J H Emmitt,tax and COLORED DISTRICT NO 6. $ 6 11 cost for the year 1912 Jno. Anderson 39 acres joins Lawrence Curry (EU) 90 J YV Vaugham tax and acres joins Henry Corbin, cost for the year 1912 tax and cost for the year 3 51 Loucillo Bridgwater 57 acres 1912 joins R E Bailey, tax and Lewis (Heirs) 152 acres. joins cost for the year 1912 Zach Sanders tax and cost Mary L Hall (NR) acre 5 02 for the year 1912 joins J R Rice, tax and J S Mitcham, 10 acres joins cost for the year 1912 Will Spires, tax and cost Spencer Johnson 17 acres 4 '36 for the year 1912 joins F M Hubbard, tax H Nance (NR) 112 acres J and cost for the year 1912 joins Campbellsville LumEd Johnson 5 acres joins C ber Co. tax and cost for 5 26 year 1912 Moore tax and cost for the Overstreet 9 acres joins Jno year 1912 Nathan Ellison tax and 1 lot in 8 14 Canney Taylor (NR) cost for the year 1912 Cane Valley tax and cost Martha Weathington (Heirs for the year 1912 190 acres joins E Weathing ton tax and cost for the WHITES (DISTRICT NO 7 ) 7 03 year 1912 Frank Burton 62 acres Joins COLORED, DISTRICT NO 1. B G Redmon tax cost for Jno. McWhorter, 40 acres the year 1912. joins G W White tax and Mrs K W Fesse 1 I acres 6 16 cost for the year 1912 Joins J P Hutchison tax WHITES, DISTRICT NO. 2. and cost for the 1912. L E Anderson 13 acres joins Susan Montgomery i acre H Burton tax and cost for Jeins L D Simms tax and 4 10 cost for the year 1912. the year 1912 Mont Bryant 35 acres Joins jp Price & Bennett 126 acres David Bryant, tax and cost Joius Sell Bennett tax and 4 39 for the year 1912 cost for the year 1912 Gowdy (NR) 90 acres JE Jim Cheatham 1 i acres B. T. Evans, tax and joins Joins Ann Davis tax and 6 54 cost for the year 1912 cost for the year 1912 T G White 50 acres joins D L B Simms 4 acres Joins H B White tax and cost for the L Thompson tax and "cost 4 87 year 1912 for the year x912 sc EEE2ES - of Land Tor Taxes. I w H Pibe j 2 51 Ky.f-thesam- L II", " 4 52 5 42 - to-wi- 6 02 7 03 6 63 4 07 2 51 6 63 3 15 2 79 8 73 9 21 Business Phone 13 A our community one day last week Residence Phone 133 EVERYTHING IN buying produce. He informed DR. J. N. MURRELL us that the market was holding DENTIST ' up good. His prices was 17c for eggs and 10c per lb for chickens. Office, Front rooms inj Jeffries BTdg Come sgain Allen. ' up stairs. Mr. Alexander Sneed caught Columbia, - Kentucky. last week in a trap one of the largest fox coons that has been caught in this section this season. Are Yon Mr. Sneed informed us that the Parting Also Elwood and American Fence. np- - " furs that he had caught this Ynnr Haiii J WW PARTING season with his traps amounted 0rIs " rw to a considerable amount owing Your Hair dMZJ to the high price of furs. Departing? Rev. Joe Firkin, of Keltner, CO- was in our midst one day last Incorporated Herpicide week, and informed us that he Eaat Mather Street, Between First and Brook SAVES THE PARTING had in his dwelling a sweetpotato BY CHECKING THE DEPARTING Louisville, Ky. that was grown in 1911, and that it had been well preserved and baldness the part. It :a there that approaching Watch is often first detected. The parting looks uneven, unhealthy. The white streak is the potato had something like gradually growing wider. You may not notice this from day but watch the parting from HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID thirty slips now growing from it month to month.to day further evidence of what is As FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES happening look at your brush or comb. It is something like two inches long. dogged with dead hair and dandruff after every Wool on Commission. Writ (or price- combing. The hair is gradually dying and comlist mentioning this ad ing out We have read through the wider. and the streak is becoming daily a little Established. 1837 The dandruff germ doing the work of columns of the News some very destruction cannot beischeckedthis andthe dandruff JOHN WHITE & CO. . until is eradicated and the germ destroyed. It is a coninteresting articles concerning dition requiring the prompt and intelligent use of Ncwbro's Herpicide, if total baldness is to be escaped. The invisible microbic the road question. We take it in the hair killing process. In growth neverahalts a short time bare epot is seen at the crown of the head. The hair The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al that our people down this way bulbs are robbed of life and finally there is ho help t ut a wig. Don't wait. Herpicide kills the germ, life and vigor to the hair and prevents it would be willing to take any kind rives departing. from 1 ROOFING Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. rtjl lffli MV Newbro's 12-1- 16 ! FURS AND HIDES mwSmI of law that would give us better 4 71 12 58 roads. From the fact at this time our roads are almost impassable. Let us have good roads and that will develop our county. Additional Old bottle. An absolute guarantee with the one dollar size !3oth One Year for $1.50, Paull Drug Co., Columbia Ky. G. P. SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE The "Distinctive" Store For Floor and Wall Coverings 5 71 Locals. Age for experi- Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum 8 63 Mack COLORED, DISTRICT NO 2. Evans, 12 acres joins L 4 40 COLORED (DISTRICT NO 7) Neat, tax and cost for the year 1912 Whites, district no L Blair 60 acres ioins Geo. Antle, tax and cost for the year 1912 E O Buster 14 acres joins M Taylor, tax and cost for the year 1912 Rufus Black (NR) 150 acres joins tax and cost for the year 1912 G E Cape 65 acres joins Melson, tax and cost for 3. J 6 60 - 5 01 Jo Pomp Johnson i acre Joins Martha Page tax and cost for the year I9i2 Sam Tavlor 1 acre Joins Henry Mullinix tax 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 NO 7-- Ole age as it comes in the orderly process of nature is a beautiful and and REAL ESTATE Wallpaper and Draperies 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 majestic thing. 3 00 4 89 4 60 4 10 3 52 JI 4 27 the year 1912 95 acres joins Oscar Graves, tax and cost for the year 1912 W T Ferkin 100 acres joins Melvin Jones, tax and cost for the year 1912 J L Hurt 84 acres joins W C Leach, tax and cost for the year 1912 Marcus Loy (NR) 200 acres joins S II White tax and cost for the year 1912 Tiieo. Powell Adm'a Mjltpn. Powell 101) acres Joins W 'Brockman tax and co'st'for the year 1912 Sam L Yates (NR) 182 acres joins Robt Johnson", tax and cost for the year 1912 Nannie Coomer -- Curry 50 acres Joins Octava Cole tax and cost for the jear 1912 COLORED (DISTRICT NO 7-- 10 53 5 03 . 0 62 33 Emma Jonss 13 acres Joins C E Claycomb tax and 2 28 cost for the year 1912 1 lot in CoMary Lester lumbia tax and cost for the year 1912 3 52 A D Patteson SAC which appears in The News He is offering rare inducements to'the trade, and to get the pick of you must call at the be ginning of the big sale to-da- y. his'im-mense.stoc- 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 OQ. H. Jones Lt. fi. Jones general feeling of ill health, despondency and misery. This in almost every instance is wholly necessary. One of Chamberlain's Tablets taken Veterinary Surgeon immeniately after supper will improve the digestion, tone up tne liver and and Dentl&t regulate the bowels. That feeling of despondency will give way to one of 9 years experience. Special attention hope and good cheer. For sale by given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School Paull Drug Co. building. The attention of our readers is callPHOE NO. 7. N. ed to the conspicuous Advertisement of L. R. Chelf, Knifiey, this county, ence, It stands V. Jones & Jones Hubbuch Bros., & Wellehdorff Incorporated 522 and 524 West Market St. Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. Birdseve view of our Plant W. Tanner Ottley Httorney-Ht-Iiac- k, u 10 06 18 60 The merchants of Adair county are heading off mail order houses, and'are - Gradyville. offering inducements, and are selfingf No new cases of mumps in better goods than can be' bought fro'm any foreign concern. "By tradh!gFt, this section. home your money circulates where; Miss Sallie Diddle returned to you will again see it. Sehd:your ca'Jh to Chicago and it parts vTrom you and Columbia last Friday. your heirs fcrever. ' Will practice in all ttie " . Courts Ky. - Columbia, DENTAL OFFICE 25 20 COLORED. DISTRICT NO 3. acres joins Ward Raskin G A Bradshaw tax and cost for the year 1912 Albert Jones 30 acres joins Ed Burbridge tax and cost for the year 1912 100 WHITES, DISTRICT NO.4 11 65 3 35 Jno. Coomer 12 acres joins J A Diddle, tax and cost for the year 1912 , 4 10 II Coomer acres joins Tom Collins, tax and cost for SO the year 1912 4 60 IPDoolin (NR) 100 acres joins Milt England, tax and cost for the year 1912 R M Hayes 46 acres joins S T Haj es, tax and cost for the 3 ear 1912 Mrs. Ellen F Morrison 40 acres joins T J Campbell, tax and cost for the year 1912 3 01 5 11 Several of the business men of Keltner community, were in our midst last week. Dr. L. C. Nell spent a few days in Louisville last week. Mr. Robert O. Keltner was at Edmonton one day last week on business. Wesley Parson who spent a few days at Highland Park returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Keltner spent several days of last week by the bed side of their sick daughter, Mrs. Sexton, at Elk-horn. Or. James Triplett DENTIST NFXT TO POST OFFICE ?x.. . For bale. Black Jack with white points, 15 hands, coming 4 years old 6 choicely Bulls, ol enough bred for service, will make special prices to quick buyers. R. T. Baker, 'i Amandaville, y. Eeg-Huriford 12-4- T ;V z. V Jt-- " ?JA - - Columbia, Ky. KIM PHONE 2D. OI'1-ICE "Largest in Dixie" OS PHONE W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated WELL DRILLER Louisville, Kentucky. im-yroved I will drill wells in Adair and The operation for goiter on Mrs C. adjoining counties. See me beR. Dudgeon, Louisville, proved very fore contracting. Latest successful. The growth weighed machinery of all kinds. about one pound, and in a ery short time after the operation Mrs. DudgPump Repairing Done. Give eon talked very cheerfully to her husband and brother, saying that she me a Call. t. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings. S J 1 felt perfectly comfortable. Mrs. 3 O A Moore 47 acres joins J L Moore, tax and cost for the year 1912 0 H Morrison 139 acres joins Art Bradshaw, tax and cost for the year 1912 B L Roberts (NR) 75 acres joins G M Page, tax and cost for the year 1912 WHITES, DISTRICT NO. S 5 10 7 Rev. G. W. Pangburn oi his regular appointment here last Sunday and as usual a very in61 teresting sermon. Messrs. Jones Gilpin and Todd 80 Breeding delivered a nice lot of hogs on this market last week at 5c per lb. 04 j Dudgeon was formerly of Caue Valley, and is a sister of Mr. Geo. E. Wilson, filled this place. J. C. YATES acres joins L T Keltner, tax and cost for the year 1912 June kelson 100 acres Joins Amos Coomer tax andcos C C Coffey 65 t 0 62 ' -- Gilfred Hamilton, of Nell, was in bur midst last Monday and reports everything moving Jalong nicely in his section. . A forthe'yearfl912 for'thejearTi912 e 6 621 MrrU. N. Whitock, .the i V.'-ii.- well-khow- A T W Shirley 70 'acres joins T W Wilson, "tax and cost i i .. j DHartfjeld (NR) 8r 'acres? ; S : taiJ-'andjoins . " r r fJ ' "WHITES,. DISTRICT t,NO, . 6 ' "5 c .'d0j cost'forthe"yeaf'i9125' '- - 3 ', Peafowls Wanted. .last aiter - tobacco Elsewhere' in this issue appears the ; jpayingtherraarket price. annpupcement of a cQntest, given- by 1$ 1 . 5 0 to $2.00 each ' r.Picture AllenParsonthe popular produ- the Parlor Cir,cle Moving premium W.T. Hodgen. Show; 'Bead it, select the 01 ce-man Campbellsville, Ky. of Poftjand, was in desired and get in the race. wepK. iooKing, i tobacco .dealer; rof Bliss, iwas indur midst a day or so of 7.A-'r County quarterly I keep on hands a full stock of Dudley, of coffins and caskets, also robes; court, last week, Andrew Adair county, had two suits against hearses. Prompt service night or day. the L. & N. Railroad Co. The first-wa- Phone 29. h for failure to deliver a trunk, 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, shipped as his property from Columbia. Ky. 111. The other was for failure to deliver a box of household goods The Best Cough Medicine and books He claimed the last item was valued at $125. "I have used. Chamberlain's. Cough Remedy ever since-Ihav- e been keeping house," says L. C.vHames, of Mar-burSurprise Your Friends Ala. "I consider it one of the For four weeks regularly use Dr. King's !New Life Pills. They stimu best remedies I ever used. My childliver lmnrnVA rihrpof.inrr ro. ren have all taken 'ffraiid it works like li hoopingr r move blood impurities, .pimples and J a , cougn io,s exce lenc.- by from your face " Paull Drug Co. and body and,J'"otf feel better. Begin at once Buy it at Paull Drug Co. In the Green s Brad-fordto- n, ' , Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh American and European Plans . y, RATJES: '' -E- ou-colds-and- ptfonB'-dlsappe- ar xpie "I i -- ! . m,eric5n Plan S2.Q0 ..and up;3Ji i "European Plan $1.00 and up Ye serve the best American Plan meals in theSpuJh - ." The NewlLotiKville Hotel f Gf life. Herman Steinhilber, Manager