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Norris Son & Co's. poultry business at this place for the past two years, has THE OF A great deal has been said about There may not be agreement as to "good roads" in the last few years how our public roads should be reespecially in the last two or three and FIRST NATIONAL BANK it is becoming a question of a great paired, yet, we presume the sentiment Mr. Jas. D. Walker, of this Place, tendered his resignation and has acdeal more concern to us than it was a is concurrent that they are bad, and AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE few years ago, To my opinion it is that, somehow, they ought to be made cepted the management of the house Passes Over the Dark River here for the new organization under OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE The Vital Question which confronts better. If we OF BUSINESS FEB., 4, 1913. the firm name of N. Hobsou Produce of Death. the citizenship of our county. No and thencan only find the right way, go to work to do what should Co. The place of business is the first RESOURCES. doubt, without an exception, all want be done, the discussion will be of great 108 574 57 to see a system of good roads all over house in the rear of Rusaell & Co., the' Loaub aud discounts receiving of produce to begin the first Overdrafts, secured and unsecurour count'. The queston is, how se- service to the county, and we will show FUNERAL SERVICES LARGELY ATTENDED ed 1 9C6 10 We n of this week. Mr. Hurt is cure these ends in the most logical and ourselves progressive indeed. U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 23 000 00. know of no way in which progress can to the people of Adair county, being Other Bonds to Secure Postal sensible way. Savings :.' 012 00 Tnere has, for a great many years, be directed to better advantage than The people of Columbia were great- born and reared in their midst, and Bonds, securities, etc 30 235 98 been some sort of a road system. along the line of the improvement of ly surprised Monday afternoon of last there is not a doubt but he will re- Banking house, furniture, and But up to the present, have we not our public highways. fixtures 3 400 00 week when the intelligence spread ceive a liberal share of the poultry of desperately failed. Can any of the It seems as far as our observation over the city that Mr. James D. Walk- Adair county. An "ad" will appear Due from National Banks (not goes, that we have been progressing paper later The house that agents) 841 70 old methods be relied upon to secure reserved er, a highly respected citizen of this in this Due from State and Private for us good roads throughout the coun- backwards in this respect for two or place, who had been a prominent Mr. Hurt has just taken charge, is a Banks and Bankers, Trust ty? The old method of working each three years rather than forward. Companies and Savings farmer and trader for many years, home concern, backed by people who are known to the fanners of Adair male, in a certain radious, upon a cer- - Whether it is due to the great rainfall, Banks was dead. Due from approved reserve tain portion of a road six days out of or to the indifference of the people, or He had only been contined to his county, and who have plenty of capi to bad management in the work done, agents 'M 51G 02 the three hundred and sixty-liv- e was bed a few days, his condition at one tal to back the 'business. Mr. Hurt's Checks and other cash items.... 2 0SG CG relations a decided failure. Has not the tax- we are not prepareu to say. it is pos500 00 time being alarming, but two hours Son & Co..with the James N. Norris Notes of other National Banks , were harmonious, he suit- Fractional paper currency.tiick-elsing system proven equally futile? Is sible that there may be a combination before the end came the physicians of causes, and that all of these and cents 315 5 it not a fact that complaints are more or less into the conditions. enter and his family announced that his ing because he believed that it was to Lawful money reserved in bank, heard from inalmostevery magisterial condition was evidently better, and his interest. 7 52u viz: Specie wnc ming go any district in the county as to the expen- may, we find is certain, and inway we 1 450 notes 8 970 00 there were hopes of his recovery. bad roads, many ' S. diture of the road fund. The good places we can use the superlative deBut alarming symptoms set up about Strange but true, death came to a Redemption fund wiih U. cirTreasurer (5 per cent, of people of one section say that they are gree 2 o'clock, and at 3 o'clock his journey little mouse in Mr. J. F. Montgomin speaking culation) them. What they 1 250 00 ery's crib, last Friday morning, in a being discriminated against, while the cost us in time, inof of life ended. In his last hours he was repair of vehicles, in :U3 605 47 same accusations are being made by wear and tear, in injury to stock ridden surrounded by his wife and children, manner never before heard of and which surprised many of the young the people of other communities. LIABILITIES. other relatives and friends or driven over them, reduced to dollars, 25 000 00 The Greensbun Pike. What shall be done. Good roads can we do not know; and how much is Mr. Walker was recognized as one of mans friends who would have reflect- Capital stock paid in lost Surplus fund 25 000 00 never be built by talk. Surely there is by not having easy and quick transporthe substantial citizens of Adair coun ed his statement but for his well Undivided profits, less expenses not a taxpayer in the domain of Adair tation is difficult to ty, a Christian gentleman, a man who founded reputation as a truthful. and taxes paid 997 73 Mr. J. A. Dulworth, who is the estimate. man. As we get it, National Bank notes outstanding was devoted to his family, and who matter-of-fa23 500 00 county who would knowingly treat If it were possible to make an exact President of the Greensburg Pike, was went to the Due to other National Banks with indiference, a proposition which calculation, the result would was held in the highest esteem by the Mr. Ray Montgomery be sur- in Columbia last Monday. Mr. Dulcrib early that morning and found a Due to State and Private Banks would not only contribute to the hap- prising and, would business men of this entire county. it make clear the worth is very much interested in conand Bankers 67 51 piness of himself and neighbors, but He was born and reared in the West- garden rake in the floor of the crib, Dividends unpaid fact that the county is paying annually necting Greensburg and Columbia y increase his real estate values at least a very heavy ern portion of Adair county, near a mouse was on the iron socket, acting Individual deposits subject to tribute for its mud, its pike. He informs the News, weather check . queerly, flouncing up and down in an 139 004 60 one third. Nell, and was a sou of the late Wm. fTnlIioa ita mfa ifa Uirl rrvnJn J -- i.L not interfearing, that the pike from Savings Deposits 35 63 The press has labored untiringly for er things in the make up of a hard L. Walker. When quite a young man alarming manner. He watched it for Postal road Greensburg to the Adair line will be good roads. It has kept at it so ad- to he was married to Miss Annie Lizzie some time and finally gently gave it a Total $213 650 47 travel. , completed by July or August. In fact, mirably, that the public is really be . Diddle, of near Gradyville, and soon little tap which put it into the land State of Kentucky, ) So much for conditions. Tbey are it is practically finished now to ginning to think. Really studying a bad enough Can we improve after marriage he took up his res- from whence no man returns. Pick- County of Adair J 8S them? The Green county people solution of the present dilemma. It That is the material and pertinent quesidence in that community where he ing up the rake the mouse was drawn understand that Adair county agreed to I. E. H. Huzhes. Cashier of the above lived until a few months ago when he with it, and while enroute to the named bank, do solemnly swear that the above has been suggested that each magis. tion, and it is one deserving of serious meet Green at the Adair line. They and his family removed to their el- house to exhibit the courious trap its statement Is true to the best of my knowledge terial district be allowed the "road consideration. want a definite expression, and it is E. H. Hitches. Cashier. tax" collected in its district. If that egant home in Columbia where happi- tongue gave loose and the show was and belief. That.they can be greatly improved suggested that representatives of the Subscribed aud sworn to before me this 12th plan could secure good roads everyevidently ness reigned until fatal illness appear- over The mouse had by concerted action we feel assured; two counties meet at an early day and placed its tongue to the rake and the dav of Feb., 1913. body in the whole county would en- ed. G. P. Smythe. N. P. A. that they will not be, without this ac- come to a tangible understanding. tnusiasticany support it. But it can tion and a healthy public Mr. Walker is survived by his wife, 7.ero weather held it. Expires. Jan. 24, 1914. This is a road that will be valuable to sentiment, we not do it. The money would practi- are equally Correct Attest: five sons and two daughters, one 'Columbia and Adair county. It is not certain. cally be lost. Is it not a fact that at Sam Ed Squires Dead. Z, T. Williams Director. brother and several sisters. His sons The discussion may build up the cut to pieces, and it would be smooth this season of the year it Js almost im- timentthe first thing needed sen- sailing for automobiles, are Allen, James W., John Lee, Nat J. F. Montgomery. Director. and a direct after possible to get over many of our roads and Docs his daughters, Mrs. Bruce The subject of this notice died last Braxton Massie. Director that comes ways and means, and, in road to the railroad. At the same time spending several order to accomplish results, we will Montgomery and Miss Mildred Walk- Friday morning at his late home, on J thousand dollars annually upon them- Greensburg Tobacco Market. er. Mrs. J. O. Russell, of this place, Russell's creek, three miles from CoFor the first time in many years the need both ways and If this is the case now, and we con small undertaking tomeans, for it is no weather was propeticious for the Ruswas a sister, and Mr. Roy Walker the lumbia. do what should be tinue in the same manner, will our only living brother. The names of sell county court, and a large crowd The deceased was born and reared, Burley market improved. Dark to- roads be any better twenty years done. It is also tolly to start at it in a was the other sisters are not known to the in Adair county and was a son of Morin J amestown on Monday. The way. bacco decidedly stronger. hence? I dare say no. If we keep writer. ton Squires, who died many years ago. Before doing any thing, we ought to merchants and other business houses The deceased was sistj-tiv- e years He was about G7 years old and had Over 250,000 lbs sold last Saturday at pace with the times have we not got determine what we want to do, and were bu3y during the day, and there old, and during his long life honesty been on the decline for the past three prices from $3 to 825. Farmers well' to do something. If any county on how we want it done. was some stock on the market. The marked his course in all transactions, years. The cause of his demise was pleased, less than 1 per cent rejected. the face of the earth needs a good grand jury was instructed by Judge Do we wish to pike the county? Buyers for all the large concerns were road system it is Adair, because we a priceless heritage to leave to his dropsy. The deceased was n We know of but two ways of doing Carter early in the day and the body present and bidding was lively. We have not the advantages of railroads wife and children. to the people living in the northwestthis, one by joint stock company; the went to work. A diligent effort will He was a zealous member of the ern portion of Adair county and he now have buying representation from and navigable water way's. be made to find who removed a bunch other by county taxation. all the Trusts who are standing by Good roads would be a benefit to Presbyterian Church in which build- had many friends. The county is prohibited by the late of indictments from the vault of the this market and we feel sure of a good everybody. Upon this all concur. law from ing the funeral services were held He leaves a wife and a family of steady taking stock over S100 per circuit clerk's office two months ago. market. Men living in the most remote parts eanescuiy morning, the exercises jsons and daughters, all of whom have mile in joint stock company organized In the meantime the indictments will Bring your tobacco to us in good of the county would be benefitted the being conducted by Rev. W. II C. the sympathy of their many friends in be revived. dry order and well graded before leav- same as those living in the central for building pike roads, or more than Sandidge. his old pastor, assisted by this the time of their greatest sorrow. thirty per cent., of the cost of a bridge. ing your barn. Don't forget that wet portions. Really it would bring a Rev. John X. Crawford, of this place. Many sympathizers attended the It is hardly probable that joint stock Mr. Marvin Young, who ha3 been in bacco has no value, especially at this market for the products of the farm In testimony of the high character of funeral and burial. companies will be organized to under- the grocery business for some time, to season. almost to the fanners doors. For exthe deceased the building was crowdThere were many llowers. We advise marketing tobacco right ample: A man living ten miles from take the work especially with such a sold his stock last Monday to Mr. J. W ed with friends. along as it is very plain that tobacco town has business in town. With a restriction on count3' action in aid of Ottley, who will open a cold storage Services over the interment wasin the enterprise, or as a joint owner, so and packing house at once in the samj A Card Of Thanks sell much lower in summer order than good road he could pitch a load of the city cemetery. There were many it may be dismissed If it is done by building. It is our understanding that winter order and we only ask you to wood on his wasron and drive in .al beautiful llowers. taxation it necessitates a property Mr. Ottley will close out the stock of review the market past two years for most as quickly with it as he could We wish to say through the News tax, limited to twenty-fivcents on the groceries at once. He proposes to ride in on horse back now. This is S 100. or a bond issue. The to all the people of Russell Springs the proof of this assertion. latter re- handle ice and have fresh mats on the Middlesboro, Ky. Bring your tobacco to your home ouly one of the many examples which and vicinity, that words are wholy quires a vote of the people on the prop market at all timas. and co kaep every inadequate to express our appreciation market, you will not only get more could be given. osition and a majority of thing that a packing house is supposed This is a fast age an age of pro- those voting in its of the kindness and sincere sympathy for your tobacco but you are building February 13th, 1013. favor before it can to handle. Mr. Clint Smith has been 31y. dear Editor: manifested by them toward us during a wall of protection that means much gress, and if we keep peace with our be made effective. If bonds are is- employed by Mr Ottley to assist him . Will you not through the Adair the sickness, and after the death of to those who wish to continue to grow sister counties we will have to get sued, a levy of as much as twenty in the business . the weed. out of the old ruts get busy and im- cents on the one hundred County News, express to the people our little son, Alfred. dollars of asprove the fearful conditions of our Yours truly, Only the Giver of all good properof Columbia our heartfelt appreciation sessable property in the county can be How the Vote Stands GreensburgL L. Tobacco W. Co. roads. How can this be done? It has made to pay of the tenderness and love extended to ly reward such treatment as we have interest on the binds, and been suggested that the county vote us who came back to the home of our received at the hands of these good The funeral services of Mrs. Mary to issue bonds to the amount sufficient create a sinking fund for the redempThe following is the standing of the . forefathers on the saddest of missions: people. T .1 I w u ravens, ounea t last Tuesday, was to build good roads throughout the tion of the bonds. A bond issue of candidates at the Parlor Circle, up to yet having the inate satisfaction of Our thanks are also due those who largely attended, notwithstanding the county. When this suggestion was 8100,000 would mean an annual interest and including last Saturday night: knowing we were acting in accord- contributed the beautiful llowers at disagreeable weather. Rev. John N. made no doubt almost all were awe charge of 56.000. Our taxable properMary Smith ance with her desire, that is. tenderly the funeral 959 ty is in round numbers 82,800,000. 'Crawford conducted the services. stricken. But after a little investiMr. and Mrs. E. W. Webb, S00 placing cur beloved grandmother beIt will be seen that an annual tax of Margaret Lovett reading appropriate scriptures and of- gation, thought and sound reasoning twenty cents on the one hundred dollars Creel Nell 700 side him who had preceded her these Russell Springs, Ky. fering prayer. The address was de- ig seems a very piausjble many years, and amongst those whose solution of would not be sufficient to pay the inter Ruth Miliken 650 livered by Judge II. C. Baker, who the bad roads probleln. What else Loretta Dunbar 550 lives had been a living testimonial of 1 have accepted the agency for J R. had known the deceased almost his can be done with a view of a success-ful- est on the above amount, much less pay l the costs of collecting, and create a their mother's godliness and faith. Watkins Medical Co.. in this county, entire life. No higher tribute cou.d culmination of the deplorable Rev. O. P. .Bu3h preached two interManj years had passed since we had and will make a home to home can have been paid to the life and char- conditions which exist at this season sinking fund, of course, with a less looked on the scenes of our childhood: vass 1 ou will hnd these goods at anv esting sermons at the Baptist church acter of the deceased, anu what made df the year. At present a great many bond issue the interest charge would be familiar countenances to our infant ume at J. F. Patteson's store Colum- last Sunday forenoon and evening. the address touchingly impressive, the seem to become alarmed at the reduced. vision no longer smiled their welcome, bia. I will be on the square the first If constructed in this way, the pikes Rev. Bush and family will arrive here audieLce knew that the speaker was thought of a bond issue. Now yet their places were supplanted by day of every court. These goods need telling of a let us would be free to the public, and would from Lancaster on Wednesday, the life pure and spotless. think think wisely and sensibly upon have to be kept in repair by the county. 27th, and will become residents of Cothe younger generation whose friend- no recommendation as they have been this vital question, and when we have liness and kindliness warmed our tried by the people of this county and We are not sufficiently versed in road lumbia, Mr. Bush the pastor of the The Best Cough Medicine done so, many who are now so utterly building to say what a well construct- Baptist Church. hearts, aud made each and every one have given perfect satisfaction. Call "I have used Chamberlain's Cough opposed to a bond issue, will be its ed pike would cost , on our main roads of us proud of the land of our nativ- at the above named store if you should Remedy ever since I have been keepMr. Henry Ingram has rented the ity. A score of years have passed need any of these goods before I call per mile most ardent supporters. Respt. ing house, ".says L. C. Hames, of Mar-burGoodman property and will remove to since our fatheis sought other res- on you. Respt. But. a pike is not the only alternaT. A. Smith. A.D. S. Ala ' "'I consider it one of the idences, yet Columbia now aud has alS. G. Denny. tive, and. considering our finances and it in a week or two. Mr. and Mrs. L. best remedies I ever Used. My childways been Home to them and Home the limitation of the law, we do not Pickett, who are occupying the resiren have all takeiTit and it works like Special Offer. to their children and their children's believe it is the system to adopt at dence will remove to the country. cl Jdren. When your e d Bookkeepers and Menographers. a charm. For colds and whooping this time We believe, however, we cough it is excellent." For sale by A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. townman paid a loving tribute to his can adopt a system by which, if followDuring the month of January and Paull DiugCo. Lee Grissom accidentally fell against childhood friend, his remarks only Almost every week, the Business February we will furnish the daily ed, the roads can be very much im- the stove Friday night, burning one. of testified to the belief we had always University at Bowling Green receives one year 83.00 the re- proved, and made better from year to cherished, the passing away of a ten. to twenty applications for combin- -' Mr. Owsley Durham, of. Campbells-- ' Courier-Journyear, and that too, without burdening her cheeks severely. It. is not thought a consecrated ed bookkeepers aiid stenographers-Wh- ville, is now the manager of the James gular price is 86.00. Six months,$1.75: the county-wit"Cluistian character; that the burn will leave a scar. debt. three months, 81.00.- Remember that woman. To have known lire; a noble don't more of our young people N. Norris Sons & Co "poultry house's; this holds good only' during It will, however, cost money and her was to love her The world is in qualify themselves for business? this place, having socceeded Mr. Hen- months of January and February. the work and as we construe the present Mr. S. G.'Denuey has accepted the finitely benefited by her fourscore audi agency for the Watkins Remedies. ry A.' Hurt, who went with the new " Jawr it authorizes the working of the .seven year sojourn here Read his card published company, mentioned elsewhere in well as the levying of a Lost A gold watch charm with this paper.. opened at road hand3,-aThe Russell circuit court ; . Arthur Rhorer. Knight's Templar .emblem, on it. Jamestown last Monday. The crowd tax.I keep on hand an assortment of Finder' pleasp'leave at this office and ostworkon the roads stops just Spectacles. If you need glasses it will at the February term Newton AtwelLsold W. H. Goflyiast receive a good reward. on account of bad roads and dis where it ought to fairly begin and it pay you to see me. Fos Sale. 20 head of cattle.. week, a pair of bay draft horses for agreeable G. A Smith, Columbia, Ky. C. S. Harris. is of no permanent benefit. weather. J. P. Buid. CITIZEN. REPORT TttE CONDITION OF H0.i6769. Roads. Way to Get Good Roads. well-know- Legal-tend- er We need first of all, an mtalligent fixed plan, and some one not some hundred, whose business it is to see that the plan is carried out. This duty under the present law rests on the County Road Engineer. He is given the charere of the Dublic roads and bridges, and it is his duty under the direction of the county court, to lay out the county road3 into sections not exceeding two miles in length, specifying what he shall deem necessary for the improvement and keeping in repair each section, &c, and to see that they are put and kept in as good repair as may be within the means at his command! We would be glad to see what is known as the "King drag" introduced into the county, and a section of road worked according to that plan. It has been very successful in many other places, and we see no reason why our soil is not adapted to its use. Any one can make the drag in an hour or two. and I believe if we grade up our roads, and do the necessary ditching, and then use the drags as directed, we will have gone a long way3 in solving the road problem. It is worth the trial, and we commend it to the consideration of our Rood Engineer, and to the court under whose direction he acts. H. C. B. ct I Haa-kinsvi- lle. hap-hazzar- d -- well-know- ! e two-thir- ds T 9 ; ! I y, est em al " y - -- to-da- y. -- s - 1 400.. J && fc ' .- - THE ADAIK JOUNTY NEWS Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Hettie Rupe &c Plantiff, of sale of Adair Circuit Court render- Housewives, Demand Wrapped viz stuffs shall have adequate protection Kizzie May Rupe &c from the ubiquitous germ. How is it By virtue of a Judgment and Order with our bread? When thecareful of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderhousewife removes it from the pan she ed at the Jan. Term, thereof, 1913, in The roads in this community wraps it in an immaculate liner cloth the above cause, for the sum of two are in bad plite for traveling. and rewraps it after each cutting. hundred Dollars with the interest at unThe majority of bakers send out The high water did lots of damthe rate of 6 per cent per annum from wrapped bread. There are innumerthe 29 day of April 1912, until paid, age on the creek in this country. able ways in which bread may be conand cost herein, I shall protaminated between the bakery and C. C Bennett and son, of Ono, ceed to offer for sale at the Courtthe table. The sneeze or cough of a house door in Columbia, Ky., to the are doing a good business in the horse in proximity to the breadwagon highest bidder, at Public Auction, on $550. may scatter thousands of germs before Mercantile business. They exMonday the 3rd day of March 1913, at it has oven reached the grocery case, Miss Martha Murray, Sewell-to- n, pect to lay in a new supply in a one o'clock p m., or thereabout (being or counter, as the case may be. Here County Court.) upon a credit of sis is spending this wsek with short time. it is again subjected to in discriminate months the following described prohandling. We seem to close our eyes her sister, Mrs. Omra 7volford. perty, A certain house and lot Hog buyers are plentiful and purposely ignore the unclean lying in Elroy Adair County Kentucky Mrs. Martha Carter is visiting through here now. hands or the soiled cuffs of the grocery and bounded as follows viz: Begining clerk who so kindly meets our wants. her brother, Mr. John Haynes, 115 feet from the North west corner Profs. Hughes and Hughes Any observant person may see some- who of the school house lot in R. T. Breedhas been quite sick. are teaching a nice school at Ono thing any day that should impress upings line at a stones thence S 15! to a Mr. Clarence Helm and family' this winter, they haye a good aton him the necessity for wrapped stone in said Breedings line, thence bread. In front of a suburban grocery, have moved to Russell Springs. with his line N 21 Bales to a stone tendance. which by the way is immediately corner to John M. Simpson, thence across from a police station, several Messrs. Lucian Moore and Hopper and Rakestraw have with his line 20 E 111 poles to a small boys were entertaining themselves by Waggner bought cedar and stone on the west side of cattle in this been doing a big business in the jumping in and out of two bread rethe branch, thence about E. to the bepaying timber in this country for a few ceptacles thar stood upon the pave- community last week ginning containing one and one half With fair prices. ment in front of the grocery. acres be the same more or less. months. feet thdt had crossed and For the purchase price, the purchasMrs. Cris Kearns who has the stable yard in the rear, these boys T. G. Smith has plenty of gaser, with approved surety or securities, accuracy of been in very poor health with a were testing the skill and must execute Bond, bearing legal inoline now and is ready to smash muscle power, by jumping straighr up terest from the day of sale until paid cancer, is greatly improved and is the corn for the people of this Commissioner's Sale. and landing in the bread boxes. The and having the force and effect of a policemen across the way may have on her road to recovery. She took Judgment. Bidders will be prepared vicinity. enjoyed the sport. Certain it is that ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT to comply promptly with these terms. treatment from a Dr. from Tenn. OF KENTUCKY. they did not interfere. After watchLonzo Ramsey has bought W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. L. B. Hurt Plff. ) ing the boys for some time two club Miss Idell Simms spent most quite a lot of hogs through this Y vs women, who felt indignant at the Sheriffs Sale. of last week visiting her brother, part in the last few days. H. Clay Wolford &c Deft. ) of the proceeding, called to By virture of a Judgment and Order the groceryman, who was returning Mr. B. B. Simms, and other By Virtue of Venditioni Exponas of Sale of Mark Wilson passed through Adair Circuit Court, render- from his dinner and asked that the No. 1930 directed to me, which issued ed f.iends. at the Term, thereof, 1913, in the boxes be immediately cleaned. .Ono y enroute for Jamesfrom the Clerk's Office of the Adair above cause for the sums of $178.52 & Miss Mary Wheat visited at town. "Yes," said the obliging merchant, Circuit Court, in favor of Wade Johns $31.00 cost,S87.20 & $8.05 cost, $30.48 "I'll have" it done at once." One of Jamestown last week. against 'Alfred Hendrickson, etc. 844.27 & $3.00 cost, herein, shall Dr. J. B. Tartar, of Ono is I, or one of my Deputies, will, on proceed to offer for sale at the I Court-Hous- e the boys procured a bucket of water and seizing the broom that had been Monday the 3 day of March 1913, begetting a fairly good practice. door in Columbia, Ky., to the used shortly before in sweeping the tween the hours of 1 o'clock p. m. and highest bidder, at Public No Need to Stop Work Auction, on pavement, he proceeded to sweep the Mr. Elza Coffey departed last 2 o'clock p. m. at the Court House Monday the 3rd day of March 1913, at When the doctor orders you to stop inside of the boxes with the water and Tuesday for Florida for his door in Columbia, Ky., the same be- 1 o'clock p m. or thereabout (being foul broom. It is safe to say that work it staggers you. I can't, you ing the first day of regular term Adair County Court,) upon a credit of six every straw of that broom was fairly say. You know you are weak, run health. He is missed by his county court, expose to PUBLIC months the following described prop a'ive with germs before it was put in- down and failing in health day by day many friend but we hope he SALE, to the highest bidder, the fol- ertyto-wit- : A certain house and lot but you must work as long as you can lowing propertyjor so much thereof as situated in Columbia, Ky., and desig- to the boxes. Were the bread recept- stand. What you need is Electric will return in much better health acle bettered by such cleaning (?) may be neccessary to satisfy Plaintiff's nated as Lot No. 14 in plat No. 1 of Verily they were not. The innocent Bitters to give tone, strength and vigMr. Dick Popplewell, is on the debt, interest, and costs), Tutt Addition to the town of Colum and unsuspecting consumers who ate or to your sjstem, to prevent break One hundred acres of land as the pro- bia, Ky. and is you up. Don't be sick list and has been for some down recorded in Deed Book perty of Alfred Hendrickson and be- No. 20 page 640 of the bread deposited in those boxes weak, and build sickly or ailing when Electric time. the Office of the from the noon delivery, might well ing the same land said Hendrickson Cierk of the Adair County Court. Bitters will benefit you from the first have fallen victims to any one of bought of Dave Rice which is boundThe new Methodist church at For the purchase price, the purchas- several diseases communicated by dose. Thousands bless them for ed on the North by the lands of Dave their glorious health and strength. Square Oak seems to be progressRice, on the South by the lands of er, with approved surety or securities, germs from sputum, horse manure, or Try them Every bottle is guaranteed Bond, bearing legal in- other contaminating source. Tom Turner, on the East by the lands must execute to satisfy. Only 50c. at Paull Drug ing nicely. The time is ripe for state legislaof Jo. Page and on the West by the terest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a tion in this important matter. Co. Ivy Hopper ha3 a nice ginseng lands of Tom Turner levied on as the Judgement. Bidders will be prepared patHousekeepers everywhere should nursery.he has about 18,000 seed property of Alfred Hendrickson. to comply promptly with these terms. ronize the bakers who wrap their TERMS: Sale will be made on a W. A. ' offey, Master Commissioner. MaGaha. that come up this spring and is bread Thus will those who are opcredit of 3 months, bonds with appov-e- d preparing to put out a lot of posed to doing so, be forced to accede security required, bearing interest Casey Creek. to popular demand. at the rate of six per cent, per annum We have had some few nice roots this summer and fall. A few years hence we will wonder from day of sale, and having the force Mr. J. B. Hopper, of Wayne and effect of a sale bond.-- ' Mr. Robert Stapp who was in how we ever consented to receive the days for the past week. unwrapped loaf. St. Louis may well WITNESS my hand, this 10 day of the Insane Asylum at Anchorage, be emulated in her wise and sanitary Mr. Frank Cur ton sold his Co. was at Ono Saturday. February 1913 Mr. Alfonzo Dunbar returned died Jan. the 31st, and was requirements on the wrapped bread stock of goods one day last week A. D. Patteson Sheriff A. C. It is to be hoped that to Mr. Clem Burton and Sid home from the West a few week By D. S. brought back to Barnett creek questionrestaurants, boarding-househotels, Coimmissoner's Sale. ago. for burial. lunch counters and all places where Burton. Price unknown. is used, will refuse the unsaniMr. Lewis S. Wilson, of Jabez Jennette, little daughter of bread unwrapped loaf. You who may Mr. B. H. Burton is teaching ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT tary, OF KENTUCKY. Mr. and Mrs. Vitus Clements, read this, join in the demand. a singing school at Bearwallow. was visiting I. L Hopper last Eemest Burton by Sunday. All report a good singing. who has been suffering from a his next friend Owensby. William Perryman Plff. very severe bruise for several We are hoping for some nice Miss Effie Burton was visiting Sellar Burton &c. Deft. J weeks is improving slowly. her brother, Mr. Jim Burton, farming weather in the near fu By virtue of a Judgment and Order Judging from the News, one ture. Mrs. Thomas Humphress ac- near Columbia last week. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render, of the chief topics of conversaed at the January Term, thereof, 1913, compained her mother, Mrs. Mr. Luther Aaron, of Crocus, ; tion among the people of Adair in the above cause, I shall proceed to Old flge Drewey, home on a visit. Mrs. oiler for sale at the Court-hous- e Ole age as it comes in the orderly door good roads. Alas when will was visiting Mr. John Hadley is process of nature is a beautiful and in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bid- Drewey resides in Philadelphia the good people of Russell coun- one day last week. der, at Public Auction.on Monday the Penn. majestic thing. It stands for experito-wi1-- 32 1-- 32 1-to-wi- j t: ed at the January term, thereof, 1913, in the above cause, Ishall proceed to door offer for sale at the court-hous- e in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction en 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 Russell Creek 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 8 Melvin Judd and of said land the interest of narlan Kerns who are all infants will not be collected by the commissioner on the bond executed for the purchase price but will remain a lieu 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 made. 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 having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Bread. We screen our meat, we bottle our milk, we require that nearly all food tending the L. W. T. S. at Columbia, spent from Saturday un- til Sunday at home. Mr. Bud Cain sold two pair of mules for $525. Mr. M. L. Owens and Mr Green Kean have bought Mr. Stant Kean's farm at this place, for $1000. Mr. Owens bought 23 acres adjoining his place for $450 and Mr. Kean about 30 acres with the buildings for 4 0no. As there has been no letter from Ono for some time I will write a little letter if you can find a place for it. the valley and shadow of death. .! Ohn rnnttAfi xiu one xcaj.cn tca cvii xui i mm uicaa- net ni fyee9 ed Savior was with her. She is now at rest, my dear one isjgone from me. I am sad and lonely yet have ta be, though I will moat my dear one in the sweet by s.ud m by. W. H. Stanton. Obituary. John A. Blakeman, aged 54 years ended his life by taking carbolic acid at his home 1025 East Capitol Avenue, Springfield 111., Monday Jan. 27th. He was found dead in his bed, by his oldest daughter, Inez. His wife, Mrs. Fannie Blakeman, to-da- to-wi- t: and other members of his family are unable to give any reason for his wish to die, for he had always enjoyed good health and so far as their knowledge extends he had experienced no trouble that would have prompted his act. He was up at the usual hour in the morning and seemed to be in good spirits and helped his wife get breakfast as be had been doing before. After the meal hour he sat down unti 1 about 9:30 o'clock, then went to his room apparently to take a nap. In about 2 hours Inez went to the room to see if the cover was over him, and there she found him cold in death. Mr. Blakeman had been a resident of Springfield for almost four years. He followed the cement workers trade and was wellknown and loved by all who knew him. He was born in Green county Kentucky, and married Miss Fannie Caldwell in that state in 1884, and to them eight children were born of which .four survive him. He leaves a wife and four children," three brothers and three sisters, to mourn their loss. Mr. Blakeman was a member of the concrete workers union. The funeral services were held at the late residence Wednesday Jan. 29th at 2:30 p. m. The services were conducted by Rev. Bennett, of Elliot avenue, Baptist church. Rn7oi moc. ; s, rnu t..:j . I I tery. Their many friends ex tend their sympathy to the wife and children at this sad hour. Mr. Blakeman was a devoted man to his family. A Friend. Sano. We are having an abundance Mrs. Laura Rooks and child3rd day of March 1913, at one o'clock ty, wake up and talk something Mr. P. Stayton who has been p. m., or thereabout (being County good. We hear talk of civil en- ren were visiting Mr. Allen Court,) upon a credit of six months a victim of dropsy for almost a gineers supervisors of highways Magaha last Saturday night. the following described property t: to-wi- of rain, consequently very little ence, knowledge, wisdom, counsel. plowing and other That is old age as it should be, but old age as it en is means poor digestion is in progress. o-- farm work Five certain tracts of land, three of said tracts containing one farm of about 21 acres, lying in Adair county Kentucky at Vester and known as the S. C. Burton farm, the other two tracts lying on the waters of Snake creek and containing one farm 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 purchaser, 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 ' J udgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY J. W. Hadley & Elizabeth") Hadley Plff. Isom Kerns &c Dft. By virtue of a judgment and order vs Jtorpr' bowl's, a sluggish liver and a year is repor ted to be able to etc., but all the visible signs are The Spoke factory at McGaha general feeling of ill health, despondwalk about. ency and misery. evmud holes where the roads ought will be ready for running in a ery instance is This in almost wholly necessary. Mr. Bill O. Russell and family to be. short time. There is- more One of Chamberlain's Tablets taken have moved back to their home immeniately supper improve Herbert Barger sold a mule to timber on the yard than ever the digestion,after up tnewill tone liver and in Knifley. before. regulate the bowels. That feelinsr of J. W. Dunbar for $100. Mr. R. B. Tucker bought a despondency will give way to one of Mr. Toney 'Whited and wife Mrs. Robert Murray, Mr. and hope and good cheer. For sale by milk cow from Wei by Ford for Mrs. Min Conover visited at Mr. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Paull DrusrCo. $35 Hadley this week. Omer Woiford's Sunday. Mr. J. Q. Alevander who is 'Obituary. Mr. K. Whited and Mrs. Patra Mr. Al Dowel bought Mr. Bud representing the Carter Dry goods Co., Louisville, visited our Cain's farm for $350. Mr. Cain Hadley and Miss Ollie Hadley Dice Stanton departed this had a sale the 0th, preparatory were the pleasant guests of Mrs. merchants last week. going to Oklahoma. Mr. Daisey Coal and Mr. Jim While J life Jan. 6, 1913. She was marWolford Bros, bought a tract for last Saturday night and Sunday. ried to Harrison Stanton Feb. 18, of timbered land containing Dowel will move at once. Mr. John Hadley bought a 1886. To this union there were Mr. Tom Warren, of Jamestwenty-fiv- e hundred acres, lying no children. Her maiden name town, has rented Mr. Andy stack of hay from Mr. Cart in Casey and Marion counties. was Dice Chapman. It should Mr. Walter Cunningham Meadows' from and will move Sanders. Price $14 be remembered that she had to Mrs. Siller -- Burton and Miss bought a pair of mules from J. soon as Mr. Dowel moves. undergo two opperations at Mr. Ezra Moore, Jamestown, Effie Burton were the pleasant C. Dunbar for $275. Louisville in 1911, the first one was here one day last week look- -, guests of Mrs. Mollie and Patra Mr. Blair Dry good man, repin Feb. the second one in July. Hadley one day last week. resenting the Wall Co., Circin-nat- i, ing after his farm. She professed faith in Christ Mr. Jack Morgan and wife when quite young, Mr. Herbet Barger and wife was with us last Wednesher membervisited Mrs. Barger's parents, were visiting at John Hadleys ship was with the Methodist day. J. W. Wolford purchased a Mr. and Mrs. Min Conover, of Sunday. church. She lived her profession pair of horses weighing twenty-seve- n near Sewellton, one night last to the end. She is now wearing I have a good, five year old mare for that crown of never fading glory. hundred and sixty lbs week. sale. John A. Harris. for $S63. Columbia, Ky. at- Mr. Aimer Reese who is She was called to walk through - Miss Lady Roberts who ha been in Springfield 111., for the past few months returned home a few days ago. Mr. Vernon Wheat is on the sick list at present. Mr. Welby McQuary is disposing of his corn and other property, and will leave for Indiana in a short time. Mr. Herbert Grant has about recovered from a severe spell of fever. Its A girl at Sam Whites. DeputySheriff, Frank Hug es, of Rus:cll county, was here Monday inviting the boys to town the third Monday. Mr. Tim G. White and family who left for Greenwood Ind., last springs returned a few weeks ago, and will reside on their farm near Sano. It's a boy at Estel Canadas, and Estel is all smiles. The school at Mt. Olive is nicely under the man- agment of Mr. Marcus Hale. pro-greasi- ng .i' i- --' .'4' JL, - . THE DAIR COUNT A good many attended the cussion dis- NEWS at Bounding Billows last Thursday night. The question was one that has never yet been settled, being "Ought a man Ever to Get Married?" and the negative side won, the Judges all having been married once or more times. m ? 1 tion in South Dakota they still Martin Luther said old men laugh over the peculiar predicaTerse Telegrams. became rusty, musty, fusty nd ment into which a new Indian crusty though Martin was a good James Thorpe's contract with agent got himself. man if he was' an ardent lover the New York Giants calls for a The agent, and unqualified and could love none other nunn salary of $6,000 for one year. i.: was mspeciuitj icuueuuui. ii nt7 save one married, and thereby The supreme court has ruled laid the foundation of our Prot- an Indian school. Noticing that! that Jack Johnson, the negro estant Reformation. One of Na- as soon as he entered the room pugilist, must stand trial for poleon's mottoes was (Old men every girl present brought her violation of the Mann white slave for counsel.) There is but little hair forward over her face, he act. difference in issuing bonds and asked the teacher to tell them Rt. Hon. Sir John Gordon voting a tax. When we vote a to throw it back so that he might Sprigg, who was four times tax we vote a debt and we should see their faces. But this they premier os Cape Colony, is dead have a care lest we imitate our refused to do, until, after much at Cape Town. He was born in neighboring county of which we urging, one girl did finally un1830 and settled in Cape Colono have been so well told by friend cover her face. in 1868. After school was over the Jeffries. We younger ones can Mrs. Annie Warner French afford to wait awhile for the good agent wondered at the strange the American author, who left roads millenium and give our actions of the girl who had shown Minneapolis and settled in Eng- efficient road overlooker a chance him her face. She followed him land because, as she said, she under our present provisions to his house, entered after him, could not tolerate the American which will bring favorable re- and set about getting his dinner. social trivialities, is dead in sults. Better have moderation As he spoke no Sioux, and she London. for our guide, suffer some minor no English, he could get no exMarshall Black, former Cali- ills than fly to those we know planation from her. Finally, to his relief, the teach fornia senator, and prominent not of. political reformer, of San FranShaking with Now Bro. Harris we know er rode up. cisco, pleaded guilty to three this is not a wholesome doctrine laughter, he asked the agent embezzlements aggregating $10.-00- 0 or full of comfort to many but how he liked his new wife. and was sentencad to ten let me admonish you in the Then the latter understood what years in prison. language of Buck Brown an old he had done, in certain tribes A swallow's remarkable flight sinner whose cabin stood on top of the Sioux Indians all a man of 7,000 miles is reported by a of a high mountain near Obieys needs. to do , in order to get . man who released- the bird at river. Buck had never bowed the wire is to mauce a girl to unCheadle, Staffordshire, England, knee to man or maker but on the cover her face. The agent had and who has received word that night of that terrible April storm proposed in the usual way and the swallow was caught in a some 30 years ago while the tree, been accepted. farmhouse near Utrecht, Natal. nearly were being nprooted the In vain did the agent plead Mrs. Taft's women friends boards of his cabin being scat- that he already had a wife in the at Washington have begun the tered around and the poles fall- East; there was only one way to circulation of a subscription list ing inside, Buck sure prayed long get out of it. It cost him the with the intention of raising a and loud for deliverance then equivalent of fourteen ponies to "fund to purchase a fare well gift closed by saying O Lord if you'll persuade the Indian girl's father for her. A diamond necklace jest hear me this time I'll never to take her back again. was presented to Mrs Roosevelt call on you no more. by her women friends when she To AH Whom It May Concern. J. T. Jones, Montpelier. Ky. left the White House. Items of Interest. Editor News: Mothers Can Safely Buy Dr. King's New Discovery and give it to the little ones when ailing and suffering with colds, coughs throat or lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless once used, always used. Mrs. Bruce Crawford, Niagra, Mo. writes: "Dr. King's !New Discovery changed our boy from a pale weak sick boy to the picture of health." Always helps. mossbacks. Buy it at Paull Drug Co. those in favor of piking all the roads in the county will kick highest and raise most sand when undertaken. Lets do as the old woman with eleven hen eggs for sale requested the Captain of a boat coming around a bend in the Cumberland (go slow there's a hen on.) We have considerable means already appropriated for improving our roads, and lets go slow and see how our hen pans out, but not kill the goose that lays the golden egg, although in Greece once, the most enlightened country on the earth, they killed all the Was In A Bad Fix. RURAL TEACHERS SLOGAN IS "ONE POULTRY RAISING , The story is told of a fellow BODY OF TRAMPS who, while slashing around with FOR EVERY ONE" WORTHWHILE a knife, cut his own nose off. He stuck it back on, bandaged it up and it grew fast again, but in Dr. Claxton Says They Change Cheerful Gry Adopted In Rowan Kentucky's Fowls In 1910 Valhis haste he got the nose on upDistricts Too Often. ued at $4,461,871. County In 1911. side down. He said that he got along all right, except that when out in a rain he nearly strangled, RESULTS IN POOR TEACHING JEANETTE BELL ORIGINATOR SOME INTERESTING LETTERS and that every time he sneezed ne Diew ms naton. x. pPOhum mi sniu ;t rmi stmna Work Is to Be Done In Country Districts Is Hurting Children's Chances. Just a Question or Two. ? r Queer Predicament, On the ola Rosebud Reserva- Practiced What She Preached on Poor Organization of Children's Corn and Poultry Clubs Is Doing a Whole Lot Girl Who Got Behind In Her Studies For the Commonwealth "Education on Account of Practical Blindness. Must Be More Than Books." Work Has Not Stopped, Either. i..J..j. In a recent address at Louisville, Ky., Dr. P. P. Claxton, commissioner of education for the United States, stated that the rural teachers constituted the greatest body of tramps known. Over 50 per cent of them move to a new district each schtfol year. Don't take Dr. Claxton's word for it Think of all the rural districts you I Moorefleld, Ky., Jan. 17, 1013. Last winter, when the tenthusiasm of Mr. James Speed, Louisville. Ky.: the moonlight school campaign was at Dear Sir In answer to your letter ree its height in Rowan county, Miss garding the poultry contest I will endeavstenographer, de- or to tell you how I became a prize winBell, an official cided to adopt and carry out the slo- ner. my county superintendent First. I gan, "One for every one." She looked my name gave told her I wanted to enter and about her in lloorehead, the county the Poultry club. The next thing I had seat, for some person who was out of to get two settings of eggs of fifteen each school and could not read or write. from pure bred chickens. hatched twenty-si- x Out of the thirty eggs I In the hotel in which she was living put them in a place chicks. I know nnil p linw plnoo life nccprtirm she discovered a pupil, Cordie Wilson, to themselves. then of the twenty-si- x Out I raised fifteen chickens. They were Barred comes to fitting your own and your who was working as a chambermaid. Plymouth Rocks, Ringlet strain. neighbor's situation on the teacher When asked about the work she had "When it came time for the fair 1 selectquestion. The mam reason for so done for Cordie Wilson, Miss Bell smil- ed two and took them to the fair. The much poor teaching in the country dis- ed quietly and said: "It wasn't work at reason I have not answered your letter before was because I could not get my tricts is that the teacher does not stay all. It was a pleasure, and a very real picture. Yours sincerely, long enough in any one locality to pleasure too. You see, Cordie was MARY D. THOMPSON. county, and when she Ewing, Ky.. Jan. 2, 1913. know either the children or their par- born in Elliott quite young she was almost blind. Mr. James Speed, Louisville, Ky.: ents. If it is as difficult as it is for was Dear Sir Your letter of recent date reOf course she did not go to school with you to manage your child after having ceived. As it was directed to Carlisle, I was delayed in receiving it. You wish to It with jou every day during its whole know something about our Poultry club. life, how can the average teachec do We are not yet thoroughly organized, but Jea-nett- even creditable work when she absolutely does not know your children? She merely has got a nodding acquaintance with them; she can call them by name. This is eve y man's problem as well as the teai problem. It must be solved if we are to have real strong work done What will you do with it! It is what is hurting your child's chance for an education that is worth while. GET BUSY. lu-r'- r Jv. s Y--. , - a!5EB t Just a Question or Two. IS YOUR SCHOOLHOUSE AS UP TO DATE AS YOUR NEW DAIRY BARN? IS THE INTERIOR OF YOUR SCHOOL AS MODERN AS THAT NEW SILO? IS YOUR TEACHER AS COMPETENT AS THAT TRAINER FOR YOUR COLTS? IS THE .SCHOOL AS WELL PAINTED AS YOUR CHURCH? IS THE WATER AT THE SCHOOL AS CONVENIENT AND AS GOOD AS IT IS FOR THOSE YOUNG STEERS? IS THE SCHOOLYARD AS BIG AS Y0U EX . fc&j&HrtSx ? tv rri& ' :5S&xJ ;v ' .. 52T 'V '' ' T ' , $&- &- &?. : school work. I cannot send you photo, as I have no late picture, none since I was nine years old. I forgot to say the girls were to be twelve and over. A prize of $2.50 was CORDIE WILSON. awarded in each division. I shall inclose a clipping from our coun- the other children, and when her eyes, typaper. Hoping this will help you in w better she felt shy about going paring your newspaper work and thank-t- o school with children so much her inS you for the interest you have taken. THELMA SAMPSON. snmm.w tl,.41 t respectfully, VUIUI'UUb lJ JliiV. TJ.ie pre-gre- if you can meet with us in March. 1913. you can learn more about It. Last year we gave our names and addresses to our county superintendent. Miss Llda Gardnef. There were four girls from each of the four divisions of the county. Last year we bought our own eggs. Next year we hope to have them furnished from some place in order ta bring new stock into the county. We live on a farm, so my chicks were not much trouble. Mother raises Plymouth Rocks: I had Buff Orpingtons. 1 kept the chicks free from lice; fed them twice each day until fall, when I fed corn and cane seed. They were with the hen. had a largo range and grew fast. We had our exhibit in the courthouse the 14th of December with corn and tobacco. Besides these, there were various kinds of hotel IS THE STOVE IN THE SCHOOL with AS MODERN AS YOUR WIFE'S work GASOLINE RANGE? ed it Aim high in vv . "Just a woman's job raising chickof ated by the fact that she was ens" how often have you heard that those unfortunate overgrown girls thai look almost twice their real age. To- remark! But the figures at the head ot day, at fifteen, Cordie looks like seven- this article are from the government reports for the ye l""1 -' nre apteen or eighteen. thjst it proximately corre ; ."d 'i "At night when her work about the '- i!r 1 .fcj ,nt. one VA I at the moon if you wish. your farm work. Shoot Of course you will not hit the moon, but the chances are that you will scatter a lot of bird shot somewhere along the sky line. Colonel Henry Exall. Texas Industrial Congress. Do We Think For Ourselves? Queer how many tiling in our life are inherited from the just a nil arc accepted without a thought. We aiv afraid of storms, the dark and a thou- sand and one other things because our ancestors, who knew nothing of science, feared them. We went to school and did our tasks in the good old fashioned way because that was the way our parent1- BUI i ! Hogwallow News. A child rescued from a flood at and believed to be 115 years old, died in Wilson county, Tenn., a few days ago. Frank M. Ryan, one of the prominent dynamiters in the Leavenworth federal prison, has been released on a $70,000 bond. Dr. Lester Jones, of Culpepper Va., will march in the inaugural parade with a pack of fox hounds he claims are the finest' in Amer- Smith's Mills, Ky., was so hunMiss Fruzie Allsop made a flygry that he ate a raw potato. ing trip to Rye Straw with her John J. Simms, certainly 106 morning. canary bird Thursday Jefferson Potlocks spent most of this week at Tickville buying a bushel of turnip seed. He took his time and sorted them out, taking only the big ones. ds Since there is an old tradition go to hell on Fri that jay-birday, Cricket Hices is going to next turn loose his pet jay-bir- d Friday and follow him. The depot agent at Tickville, ica. leit Wednesday morning for a; A Seattle Judge has decided walk down the track to see why that a man and his wife ought the train had not arrived. not to sit on the same jury, the By not having to keep a fire intimation being that the wife going in his heating stove last would have two votes. Dr.H. Littlefield, a homeopath- summer the Old Miser Musket ic physician and scientist of Se- Ridge has figured it up that he attle, claims to have created life has saved enough wood to last artificially. His creation is an him all winter. The report got out; yesterday' insect organism of the octopus type. that Slim Pickens had made an A man playfully swinging a attempt to end his life by hangpiece of wire as he walked ing himself, but it developed upthrough an electrical plant at An- on an investigation by the Depderson, S. C, struck a wire ov- uty Constable that Slim was on- erhead and was dead when pick- ly trying to weigh himself with n.. vF nau cna oa a yaii uj. Viomrl ov.ai ed up. As the Kenyon Sanders bill. is settled, by your permission we will proceed to settle the road question, hoping it will not cause those mossback chills to chase each other along the spine of friend Dudley 'sjback. The sophist may tell us many truths before he presents a false conclusion, so our good editor Pnd Mr. D., may expatiate with delight upon the rocky roads until many believe they would be flowery beds of ease upon which we are to be transplanted to the skies, but the question remains, Would the making of 100 miles of rock roads (which would not cover half the distance required for all our public roads) ever pay for the making. Rock it would surely be, for there is not enough suitable gravel in the county to f gravel the distance, and it would be mostly cobble stones, if not as the old time wag said of the creation when he wrote one-hal- schools scattered all over this enlightened country we are inflicting the same thing upon our children because-oour habit of thought. Isn't it time for us to begin to view the child as something more than a receptacle for the three R's? Isn't school something bigger and better than we are tt. in.; to make the average country school V Doesn't real, pulsing life demand more, infinitely more, than it did 100 year-- , re ago? Doesn't life exist in the crops are growing? Doesn't a problem exist except between the cov ers of a book? Is the geography of Africa as vital or as full of meaning as the brook that tumbles over rucks and mossy roots 100 yards from the schoolhouse door? Does any one really believe that the lock step studio without a break mean an education i i its best and broadest sense? No problem is solved in this little chat. Only a few questions are asked that most of us grownups don't think about. Put yourself in your child's place for a moment and see if your school building, the studies and the viewpoint are in step with all the advances that the world has made in the other activities of our varied life. f field-whe- U"C" CUU.iWUU. iiJ IUUU9U1IU1 ui was done she would come to me her books and pencil and pad and like a Turk. Naturally I expectto take her some time to learn to write and read, but in six nights she could wvite her name easily and knew how to join all her letters into words In this same time she had also learned to read well enough to cover the fir- -' twenty panes in her first reader. Soon after this she left the hotel and did not come to me any more." Every vital human movement easily becomes both religion and contagious and the moonlight school seems tr prove the rule. Other counties and j communities are taking up the work and it is hoped that the whole state will realize the value of a school for out of school folks. In 1911 Rowan county decided to strive to get a number of her schools to open their doors for adults who ould not read or write. Grown poo-- , pie do not care for a primer or a first reader, so Rowan county launch-aa paper. THE ROWAN COUNTY SCHOOL MESSENGER, that the pupils might have a real live paper to read. The first column of the paper, dated Sept. 1(5. 1012. is as follows: d is a big proposit .i wi-hVi school people wh corn and potato clubs ue poultry clubs to interest the girls in light and pleasant work that means dollars and cents in their pockets. In corn clubs one of the slogans has been "pure bred seed," and in the girls poultry clubs it is "pure bred fowls" '! should" t1? pn-dti::- .. i ISP t.s -- - ""., ?- - ? '. ftSB Can we win ? Win what ? Win tho first night school prize. Of course we can. .Inst watch ns try And watch us WIX! We are winners, we are ! or p'oi sfol. Everything is possible with ind itt il stock and seed. All of tlii-- . has lieen written time and time again in farm papers and the rural pre-- s. hut when children begin to work definitely in this direction something is sure to happen. Grown peoup new things or ple are slow to things that are fairly new, but children simply absorb and use them. If you have had a successful boys" corn club in your county, why not try to organize a small poultry club for the girls? If you do, be certain to insist upon the rearing of only fowls of pure blood. It will mean that the girls will have an absorbinb occupation that idults can watch with great advantage. EDUCATION MUST BE MORE THAN BOOKS IF THE CHILD IS TO BE A REAL SUCCESS IN LIFE. Tired Fields. No SUv.u '.'' 1' !H5.:i-si- AKI TWELVE YEAJIS. ciii Ic done with poor stock Watch us stow. Grow what? Everything but weeds. Our district shall win ! Our division must lead Let's allgo to school. ! It is good The world was made in seven dajs Eleven was the contract But the carpenters got drunk, The masons wouldn't work; Then the cheapest way to do it Was to fill it up with dirt. I I What now appears to be a mole hffl may g00n be transform ed into a mountain and many of Health of the Child In School. eat breakfast every day? Do you drink coffee or tea? Do you have your bedroom window ojien or shut at night? Do you own a toothbrush? These and other pertinent questions are to be answered by the children in the public schools of Minnesota. They form part of a "health grading outline" prepared by Dr. Ernest B. Hoag, special director of school hygiene for the state, whereby teachers and school nurses may learn in the most direct manner possible the physical condition of the children intrusted to their care. "Rational conservation of the mental and physical health of our school children" is the ultimate ideal of this and other current health projects reported to the United States bureau of educa- tion. Do you us young more useagain. ful. It may start us on the road to greatness. for us. It will make It will make us All night schools in Rowan county started on Monday evening. Sept. 10. Each will try to have the largest number enrolled, the best attendance each night and the largest graduating class; also each will iry to have the oldest pupil. his horse continuously. He gives him Sunday off and at times says: "I think I'd better let ol' Bill run- - out to grass for a right smart spell. He don't look just right the last few days." Does this same farmer watch his fields as carefully as he does his horse? Does he know the looks of a tired field as well? Does he turn his tired fields Rowan county has the finest out "to rest for a spell?'' building stone in the world. If a horse is thin he is rested and fed carefully. If a field, is thin and Rowan county will grow the fin- tired it. too. must be rested and fed. with clQver, cowpeas or barnyard est fruit in the world. manure. farmer would think of working , . -- - jy-j- , .. - ?-i ' fir -- JJrtiIMl "A THE ADAIR COUNTS NEfe z- - ' We kre sure that we do no.t ijeed such, a building. As it' is, but Published Every Wednesday little dancing is done at the inaugural ball. It is more of a re BY THE Why Adair County News Company, ception "than a 'dance. should notour Christian Presi( Incorporated.) dent demand of the committee EDITOR. that it be called a reception inCHAS. S. HARRIS stead of a ball, and eliminate the Democratic newspaper devoted to the that must go out of. the Clty.of Columbia and the people bad influence id air and adjacent counties. trom calling it a ball? The Emperor of Germany curlas Watered at the Columbia mall matter. J class ed his mustache and turned the ends upward. All over Germany THE ADAIR j. he. went up to thehouse, heard religion; and will.no more mix music and dancing.- - They were. than oil' will with water. A rejoicing because he had come Christian is Christ-likand he nome. There is also rejoicing in never went to such a place, and neaven over the return of a sin- would not go were He here toner. day. What would you think of We saw the usual dancing in a preacher leaving his church Palestine. It is not like modern and going with his people to a dancing in America. The best modern dance? Could he not go way to describe it is that it is es well as any other Christian ? just like people shouting in a re- A church member may go with vival meeting in this country. out a smitten conscience but a They jump up and down, and Christian can't. If he does his turn round and round, clapping conscience gives him trouble and 1918 VED. FEB., 19. and in adjoining countries the their hands. This tradition has if he has no trouble there he has We know come down to this day there.like no Christ in his soul. Christ is men did likewise. ANNOUNCEMENTS . what effect it had in the United all other traditions of that coun- grieved when we enter such a State for Roosevelt, to say he try. It was never known in Pal- place. The Bible not only conFor County Judge. felt like a Bull Moose! If Presi- estine for men and women demns the dance but the true should put his to dance together. They dance Christian looks upon it a indedent "We are authorized to announce (or rejoice) separately, the wo- cent, immoral and degrading to that TANNER OTTLEY is a candi- influence against the dance by men in a room above and the character. date for Judge of the Adair County demanding that the inaugural Court, subject to the expression of ball be called a reception, or else men below. If men in this It is said that nine teen-tweDemocrats at the August primary, not attend, it would be one of country were to adopt that me- tieths of all fallen women start 113. the greatest blows to an evil, and thod dancing alone, there would in the dance. In a home for lal-le- n We are authorized to announce Dr. one of the greatest helps for the not be a corporal's guard on the women of New York of one N. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a to thousand inmates all of them second night. If men had candidate for Judge of the Adair uplift of morality of anything he County Court, subject to the Demo- could do except to come out even dance with their own wives, said they started from the mocratic voters who will express their against the saloon evil. they would be found the second dern dance. Africa is the greatchoice at the August primary. night reading a newspaper. The Later Since writing the man wants to dance with some est dancing nation in the world and the most ignorant and bar FOR SHERIFF. above we see in a dispatch from other man's wife. barous. France comes next, and Washington that Secretary of devil are at the all the cities in the world we Sin and the We are authorized to announce S. H the Interior is urging that there MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, bottom of the whole affair. Peo- have visited we saw more imof Adair county, subject to the action be a popular reception in the on the public of the Democratic voters of said rotunda of the National Capitol ple may deny this but the evi- moral scenes count', expressed at the August pri- instead of an inauguration ball. dence is too strong. The truth streets of Paris than any other mary, 1913. It is our purpose to write a letter will out. History tells us that place in the world. The public urging him the round dance came from a dance where you can see from We are authorized to announce A. A to the President-elec- t MILLER a candidate for Sheriff of to favor the change. Suppose low den in Paris and yet nice the street is too , immoral to de Adair county, subject to the Demopeople seemingly, want to hold cent sheet or paper, From this cratic primary to be held in August. you do likewise. on to a thing that came from eaxmple other vulgar things are WHY DANCE AT ALL? cJ m, ine craze ol uanuiug is great- such a low down place. The made more bold upon the public We are authorized to announce BURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier, a er in this country than it has dance is slaying its thousands or thoroughfare than any place we candidate for the Democratic nomina- ever been in our knowledge. pure girls each year. To lives ever visited, tion for Sheriff of Adair County, subWe are against anything that State Universities are giving of shame and ruin, and finally to ject to the August primary. their san.ction to dances. Some hell they are going, and yst pro-- .' leads souls to heil and the dance Jailer. public schools are encouraging f essed church member are large has joined hands with the saloon ' To the Democrats of Adair County, the same. We challenge any ly responsible for this damna-- , in the business of damning. souls. 1 hereby announce my candidacy for thing tion. By church robes they are Friends, how can you give any Jailer of Adair County subject to the person to name any one action of Democrats in the August that is damning more girls and making it respectable. Lee all encouragement to this evil that primary. If nominated, I will use all young women tban the modern the church members frown upon is proving the rum and everlast- honorable means m my power to advance the interest of my associates dance of this country. Why it and discard it and soon it will ' ing damnation to countless mil-and if elected will discharge the should we in any way be a party be almost a thing of the past.and lions us the centuries roll by. duties of the otlice impartially, I ask to anything that is ruining the slaying thousands of pure girls You will soon be before the judg-- 1 your support. Yours truly S. G. Denny. lives and blighting the charac annually would be greatly reduc- - ment bar of God to answer for life and its influence. Resolve ters of more young women than ed. AVe are According to history God cer- - now that it'you have ever given authorized to announce! any thing else in the world. Oliver Willis a candidate for the On the 12th of October, 1778, tainly frowned on the dance of any influence to the dance you Democratic nomination for Jailer of Adair County, subject tc the action the Congress of the United Salome that took off the head of will never do it any more. Godi of the Democrats of this county in the States adopted the following re- John the Baptist. What Hero- -' help you is our prayer. W. A. August primaiy. solution: Whereas, true religion dias did with the head of John Swift, in Central Methodist CO&N'TY SUPERINTENDENT The announcement of Prof- and good morals are the only the Baptist presented to her by We are authorized to announce foundation of liberty and happi- her daughter the Bible is silent, E A. Strange, of Glenville, forj PROF. TOBIAS IIUFFAKER a can- ness, but tradition says that she took county Superintendent of Public didate for Superintendent of Public Resolved, that it be and is the head on the rii h and took it Schools,of Adair county, appears Schools of Adair county, at the November election. hereby recommended to the in her room, away from oublic thisissue, subject to the action, gaze, and laying it on a table, of the Democratic party in the several States to take the most We are authorized to announce ELI she stripped off her diamonds AuRUSt Primary Mr strange STRAXGE, of Glenville, a candidate effiectual measures for the from her finirers, took hold of has a broad acquaintailce in this for the Democratic nomination foi thereof, and tor County School Superintendent sub the to gue and drew it from the county haying been identified' ject to the oction of the August pri suppressing theatrical entertainmary. ments, horse racing, gatning,and mouth. She drove her bodkin with the pubHc schoolSj as teach. such other diversions as are pro- through it and said: "There is er, for several years. Atoresent FOR SENATOR. ,,,. nn naC3PV rppi,; ductive of idleness, dissipation the foul tongue that slandered he is .v,... 0 .. vwwj me. It will slander me no more.5' and is highly regarded in the We are authorized to announce E. and a general depravity of She then commanded the ser- school room by- his patrons who! M. COX, of Albany, a candidate lor morals. Senator in this the IGth Senatorial We go back of this and Plato, vants to throw it upon the com- heartily accept the enthusism he district subject to the action of the is able to arouse with students. Aristotle, Cicero and others of mons to rot. Republican party in the August Herod was smitten of Gcd. No one who knows Mr S'ri1'.:"' ancient times condemned dancing. AH ready converted people He died and was eaten of worms. discredits his ability to perform FOR ASSESSOR. do. We read what Tertullian Herodias was banished and died the work incombent on county early of disgrace. Salome was dancing Superintendent. Educated and We are authorized to announce R A said in the days of the WAGGENER a candidate for the Christian church, these words: upon a lake of ice which parted trained by experience as well as Democratic nomination for Assessor '"If Christians were found in the and her body went down, the ice theory, he ought to be in close of Adair county subject to tne action assemblies of the dancers, it coming together cut off her head touch with the needs of the of the August primary. proved them to be no longer true school and the varies school disA Christian Wont Dance. We are authorized to announce Christians." If you have been converted tricts. He is a Democrat who J'AKEICHELF a candidate for Assess-o- r All protestant churches as'oi "born again," born from above has been consistent and unflinchof Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of said ganizations condemn dancing. born of God, you do not want to ing in past party fights, standcounty, expressed at the August priThe Bible say3; "Abstain from dance. You will never want to ing loyally, to party and unflinchmary all appearance of evil," and go as long as the Holy Spirit ingly by its nominees, he asks many other things that condemn dwells within. If a preacher the support of Democrats for WHY HAYE THE INAUGURAL BALL? the dance. were to start to a prayer meet the nomination promising an Dancing in Palestine. ing and by mistake, drop into active campaign for party suc- The committee on inauguration seems to have trouble in finding The Bible says, "There is a where they were dancing, he cess next November and pledg a place in Washington suitable time to mourn and a time to would be miserable it would be ing, if elected, a faithful adminas they think to have the inau- dance." .However the word a hell on earth to him. It would, istration of, the duties of the office. mmi gural ball. Those interested in "dance" is translated "rejoice " also be miserable to a lover of Wanted. such an affair are trying to create They mourned when.the prodigal the dance to drop into a red hot enthusiasm enough to build a left home and rejoiced when he prayer meeting by mistake. 350 or 400 bundles top or blade fodder. Dr. J. N. Murrell. structure for that purpose alone, returned. The other son, when Dancing is out of harmony with COUNTY JEWS e, Black's Pulmonic Syrup The New Remedy For .- -; Tuberculosis and Bronchitis Birmiiigliam, Ala., Jan. 6. To 1913. I was pronounced to be in the last stagr-- of tuberculosis when Dr. W. F. Black first called on me. several months ao. I was having hemorrhages lasting several hours each time, and was linking fast. I had been given up by other physicians, when Dr. Black began his treatment. After two or three treatments he succeeded in stopping the hemorrhages. 1 had a very bad cough and got little or no rest. My cough also began to get better and finally left me entirely. My family, as well as myself, give Dr Black credit for saving my life. During the past few days I have had Dr. C. M. Rudolph and Dr. Joe G. 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In- ---.- ofF Made with different Baking Powders From a Series of Elaborate Chemical Tests: An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made with each of three different kinds of baking powder cream of tartar, phosphate, and alum and submitted separately to the action of the digestive fluid, each for the same length of time. The relative percentage of the food digested is shown as follows: Bread made with Royal Cream of Tartar Powder: t 100 Per Cent Digested Harris, spent Monday and Mr. J. W. Hurt, who was a former Tuesday at Jamestown and Russell contention for equal suffrage, sheriff of Adair county, a citizen of Springs but many more why woman Columbia, has been in a low state of Mr. E. H. Hughes, Cashier of First should not enter the political arehealth for several months, His many na. Many who demand equal friends would be glad to hear of National Bank, is on the sick list. improvement in his condition. Mr. W. A. Helm, who has been quite rights at the polls for their sex Carl Whittield, the oldest, son of sick, has very much improved. see a great moral awakening, a Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Flowers, is a Mr. T. W. Taylor, of Campbellsville. salutary effect on legislation that victim of double pneumonia and last was here a few days ago. means general advancement, a week he was in a critical condition. At this writing his condition has Miss Sue King, was quite sick a few power sufficiently strong to arimproved. days of last week. Mr. C. S. way and who believes in a faithful performance of duty both public and private. He is a true and loyal Democrat, a man Bread made with who not only believes in party alum powder: success but in the true applicaS73A Per Cent. Digested tion of its principles of equal opportunity for all and special These tests, which are absolutely reliable and privileges for none. A man of unprejudiced, make plain a fact of great importance good qualifications, a Democrat to everyone : Food raised with Royal, a cream of of pronounced merit, a citizen tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirety digestible, while the alum and phosphate powders are found highly appreciated, he enters to largely retard the digestion of the food made from this contest with hope and enthuthem. siasm that his party will grant Undigested food is not only wasted food, but it request. In due time he will try is the source of very many bodity ailments. to meet the many individual members of the party in various parts of the cuunty. We introMrs. Alice Rounds, who is visiting in duce him as a competent man. a California, was reported quite ill a few days ago. She is the mother of Mrs. true Democrat and a gentleman, Messrs. S. Lynn Rhorer, Arthur Dan Clark. affairs. She needs no further Rhorer. Olie and Will Ed grazier, Mrs Matthew Taylor, Glensfork, Woman suffrage is soon to be- burdens, she ha3 ample opportuWill, Ed, and Reed Sampson, W. J. was taken seriously ill last Saturday, Callison and Mrs Mary Lee Frazier, and Sunday her condition was report- come a live Dronosition in Ken nity for "the hand that rocks all of Middlesboro, accompanied the ed serious. tucky and the next Legislature ' the cradle rules thP world" remains of Mrs. Mary M. Cravens to rcnasuty, moaesty ana ais- this place. Lynn and Arthur Rhorer, Mrs. Elvin Mays, of near Huston-vill- will have to face this movement spent last week visiting the Oheand Will Ed Frazier, Will, Ed pressure of its advo- creetness hold civilization in the Reed Sampson, Tim 13. Cravens families of J. H. Pelley and E L. under the and cates who will ask an act author- path of rectitude and her particand Edwin Cravens, all grandsons of Feese. Mrs. Cravens, were the pall bearers. Mrs. Wilmore. who is an aunt of izing an amendment to the con- ipation in politics would not add Mr. O. E. Young, of Rosworth, Mo., Mr. L. W. Staples, was very sick with stitution to be sub m i 1 1 e d luster to her many virtues. who visited relatives in this county, pneumonia the latter part of last to the voters of this State. When she assumes man's privleft for his home last Thursday, but week. ileges, certainly she accepts his will stop several days in Louisville to Mr. Wade Helm, who spent two The aid of the Press is now see his brother. Lewis, who under- months in the Big Sanday section of sought by the Equal Rights As responsibilities. When she enwent an operation several months ago. Kentucky, returned home a few days sociation, and so far as we know, ters the bitter strifes of political He visited him as he came through ago. and partison contentions she Louisville, en route to this place, and Mr. Robert Hudson, who has been in it may be given in a large meas-- 1 lie gives it as his opinion that his loses a part of her powers for brother will be able to walk straight Nashville, for several months returned ure, but one thing is certain it home lHst week. when he leaves tne inlirmary. will not be unanimous. To cre- good. The fight is coming and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. English, who William Rowe, the second son of Mr. ate a popular demand for wom- you may expect it this year. have been sick for the past week, are and Mrs W. H. Flowers, is now a an suffrage may be a harder task victim of pneumonia, but both child- reported better. Are You a Cold Sufferer? ren, the older one being elsewhere Mr. W. .B Patteson and Mr. Tim B. than many imagine and yet, it Take Dr. King's New Discovery. mentioned in this paper, are better. Cravens, made a businesn trip to may prove an easy mark. There The Best Cough, Cold, Throat and They are having close medical atten- Jamestown the first of the week. are reasons that warrant the Lung medicine made. Money refundtion, and a trained nurse is with them. mis-guidedf Bread made with phosphate powder: 684 Per Cent. Digested authorized us to place his an-- , nouncement in The News.vas - av candidate for Assessor of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August primary. In our introduction of him to the Democrats of this county we must state that his standing at home, with the people who know him best, is genuinely good and speaks in strong er terms of his meritorious qualifications than is possible for us to picture. He is a worthy member of one of Adair county's best families and enjoys the confidence and esteem" of a large circle o f personal friends who would rejoice in his success. By training and occupation he is a farmer, a man who attends to business in an upright, honest Personal stead of broadening the franchise and- - admitting the feminine, ,we believe in limiting it to intelligent masculine only. We see nothing to gain in granting woman suffrage if all classes, creeds and colors are to meet on one common level in the rabble of political strife. Instead of pulling political living and policies out of the mire and slum to which they have been prostituted through illiterate and vicious classes under hthe guidance of political sharks, it points o the tendency to dethrone her whose head is crowned by the hallo wedness that exists for Mother, Home and Heaven. She has the love of man. She holds an exalted position in his very existence and receives his protection in law, in morals and in sentiment. There is nothing for our country to gain in this movement, nothing for lovely woman, save the gratification of ancy of extremists. On equal footing in the political activities, in meeting force with force, woman cannot successfully cope with man. Her sphere is as broad is man's, though confined to Uifferentc hannels. Her power for good reaches its maxim in its natural and Divinely appointed course and outside of it suffers loss. A large majority of the best ladies, as we believe, do not want to assume the. responsibilities of the ballot, and would not participate in political Buggies Surreys Runatouts. .: fc; & Wonderful SalcsOf Buggfesl, ,r-j Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky, Sells' A Qar Load Of Buggies Saturday. Eveiry Saturday June 22nd. Main Greensburg was Blocked! for two hours with Buggie; sold by Wood Lewis. day Town Marshall called on to clear the street. Street During the What is the cause of these Phenominali Sales. ' I Quality, Styles and Easy Riding, e, I REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man, tne Mower and Jbmde; man, the Gasoline ill e Engine man, Farm Implement man. i OREENSBURG, KY. -- ed if R. Wells, Floydada, "Texas, writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery cured my terrible cough and cold 1 gained 15 pounds." Buy it at Paull helps. .T. it fails to cure you. Do not hesitatetake it at our risk. .First dos e Herman C Xafel 236 W. Jefferson, St. AH Drug Co. Born, to the wife of J. Grayville, 111., Feb. 10, 11)13, er. Mrs. Coles, before her was Miss Ilattie Murrell, a Columbia. S. Louisville, Ky. Things Electrical Coles, a daught- Write for Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet it Telegraph Instrm tt Teiophone Medical marriage, native of Mr. Paul Waggener writes the News from Joliet, 111., that he is down with measles, and that he will probably be confined two weeks. We trust that no serious results will follow. Mr. A Call John B. Coffey, who is spector, under the State Marshal, was in Monticello and Burnside last week. Mr. Coffey has been quite busy for several weeks. Mr. II. C. Walker, of Bradfordsville, was called to Columbia last Wednesday, to see his sister, Mrs. Emily Burton, who has been quite sick for several weeks. Fire In- Judge II. C. gomery, Mr. Rollin Hurt, Mr. Lilburn Phelps and F. R. Winfrey will attend the Russell circuit court. Mr. W. D. Baker. Mr. J. F. Mont- last Friday morning and remained until Monday. His many friends, here were glad to see him., King, reached Columbia Mattie Wilson, the little girl who -- makes.her home.with.Miss Tjllie Tra- bue, and who has been quite sick with scarlitina is better. B. B. .Montgomery, left Wednesday with his cirkufc camera for a two months trip through western Ky., of the committee. and Tennessee. G. P. Smythe, Chairman, By order of the Progressive County Committee the Progressive v iters of Adair county, and all who voted for Roosevelt at the last election, are called to meet in mass at the Court nouse in Columbia, Ky., at 1:30 o'clock on Mon day, March 3rd, 1913, to talk over with each other and the committee the question of nominating a county ticket to be voted for at the next November election, and to advise and suggest plans and future policies of the Progressive party in this county. As you know the Progressive party has no bosses to tell us what to do and to whip us into line. It is the party of the people and they must come together, talk over the situation and decide wh?t they want done. Every Progressive present will have an op" portunity to express his views and be heard in tne councils of the party All Progressive candidates and their friends are especially urged to be present. The committee has good reasons to believe and does bolieve that the Progressives have a chance to elect at least a part of a ticket. Done by order the right of franchise, but, anent these contentions it will be pointed out that no great wave of reform, no superior social conditions or educational advancement can as yet, be traced to her introduction to the ballot ercise Mrs. Vara Pickett, who has heen a 4i in the political life of the coun- valuable compositor in this office for Electric try. Our vision is not so clear nearly seven years, tendered her resignor our belief so strong. On the nation and quit the office last Sararday .The contest at the Parlor Circle is Her help has been appreciated and her Cherish It Long. other side of this proposition The departure generally regretted. She getting interesting, and in a very few News will be heard when the will make her home outside of Colum- weeks votes for the leaders will be Cherish it long, 'tis a holy tiling. occasion of her resignation counted by tens of thousand. is The love of a rtoble heart battle cry of liberation is chanted bia the H comes like the touch of an angel's Here's the Chance. You may believe woman suffraga Study Telegraphy. wing You can make yourself rich by cashwill elevate political living. You ing in your experiences at half what With the power of the lightnimdart, Then spurn it not witliimifiless Within the last twelve or thirteen they cost you. may stake your faith on the suphand, calls for telegraph weeks, ninety-si- x For Sale. posed fact that intemperance operators have been received by the But cherish. es, cherish itlong. Cherish long, 'tis a sacred charm! would no longer exist, that ed- telegraphy department of the BowHouse and large lot, near the Graded To soften the ills of life, ling Green Business University. The ucational interests would ripen students are being sent to positions School, also 30 acres of land 2 miles To quell with its blessed and peaceful into perfection and that social as soon as they complete their courses. from town. calm All the billows of earthly strife, many as they are, would Bead evils, Frank Sinclair the card of Mr. S. G. Denny Then spurn it not with a ruthless paper. pass beyond the pale of human published in hand ' J. v;- But cherish, yes cherish it long. action. You may likewise con. All notes and accounts are now due wiCfr-S Cherish it longjjtis a blossom fair, tend that political necessity and and I need the money. Please come setTransfered from the worldlabove, equity demand that woman ex- tle at once. It will save yuu a rfm or To a region of doubt, and grief and rest the most pronounced evils a Light 1 " y$IP to-day- 's ." statement. W. L'Walker. b&P JMJJK9 say 1 MONEY ms.rfIG, SJM Single Comb White Leghorn eggs for hatching, 65c for 15. If by Parcel Post, you pay postage. Book your order early as I will have only a limited number. Mrs. Jno. N. Conover. We tell you novr. and best market prices. We are dealers; established, in 1856; andean do BETTER for you than agents or commission mer- chants. References an v ban k in ImIsville. Write for weekly price list. & 33 E. Uarktl St- - tOUISUE, Dealers WFURS, HIDES, KiOL. M. SABEL A. SONS KY. a care; And its beautiful name is love! Lo'e that is born in a fairer clime, Love, Love, that is brave and strong.-The-n spurn it not with a ruthless hand, Love, Love is the angels' song. M rs. Judge "Williams, Jamestown, Ky. THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative It is natural for a child to laugh and play and when it sulks drowsily or cries you may depend on it something physical is the matter. If you see no evidences of a serious ailment you will not be wrong- if you quietly give it a dose of mild laxative that evening on putting it to bed. The remedy most generally recommended for this purpose is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which mothers throughout the country have been giving their children for a quarter of a century. Today thousands of families are using it where hundreds used it then, and there must be good reason for this word of mouth recommendation. It Is admittedly the perfect laxative for children, women, old people and all others who need a gentle bowel stimulant and not a violent salt, cathartic pill or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will act gently, and when taken before retiring will bring com After a short use of this remedy all forms of outside aid can be' dispensed with and nature will again act alone. All classes of good American people keep it in the home for ills of the stomach, liver and bowels, and among the thousands who have written the doctor that they will never be without it are Mrs. J. W. Haynes, Brady, Ky., and Mrs. E. L.. "Weeks, 1744 W. 2nd St., Owensboro, Ky. A dose of it has saved many a person from a serious illness. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this ' CAST LIGHT ON ADMINISTRATION Wilson's New Jtrsey Laws Pleasing To. Congress. Acts Based On Stanley's Work On Steel Committee.- - ?$QS)$&SC9aSSXS WEEKLY GOURIER -- PNEUMONIA very weak. J had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, Due "was completely cured oy left me "with a frightful cough aud plete satisfaction in the morning. 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 i Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. "W. B. Caldwell. 405 "Washington St., Monticello, III. Your name and address on a postal card will do. Kentucky Congressman Explains Three-Yea- r lattle. RESTORING CONFIDENCE C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BcisSMBpBIBrvlPc The Daily Louisville And The Times News Adair County Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Woo- drow Wilson for the Presidency. The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for 4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in your subscription. (Special.) Washington, Jan. 31. pf Congress showed greater 2 Interest inVSovernor Woodrow Wilson's program, as anNew Jersey anti-trunounced In the morning newspapers today, than in any previous act or utterThey feel ance of the President-elec- t. that he has thrown a great light upon one phase of his administration, and take it for granted that he will advocate before Congress the same antitrust laws, particularly because the Bubstance of these laws originated with Representative A. O. Stanley, Senator R. M. La Follette and Louis D. Brandeis, respectively. Mr. Stanley in a statement today showed what portions of his bills Governor Wilson has apparently applied to the New Jersey situation, and expressed his gratification thereat. This portion of the New Jersey program is especially gratifying to the Democrats of the House, as the authorization of the Stanley Steel Trust investigation, from which the bills grew, was one of the first acts of the Democratic majority that was elected in 1910. In commenting on Oovernor Wilson's ' anti-truremedies, Mr. Stanley Bald: "Oovernor Wilson's unqualified inlegislation dorsement of the anti-trucontained in the seven bills introduced 1 in the New Jersey Senate affords me a profound gratification I cannot express. For nearly three years I have been de- I manding the arrndments of existing s laws, forbidding the very abuses which this legislation is intended to correct. During the period of Republican as cendancy my bills and resolutions were pigeonholed and I was denounced by the standpat press as a dangerous visionary and a demagogue. Democrat Organized Probe,. "One of the first acts of the Democratic CongreBS, however, was to pass these resolutions and organize a committee, of wnlch I was made chairman, for the purpose of investigating the abuses of which I had complained. This committee on August 2, 1912, introduced legislation forbidding corporations engaged in interstate commerce from: A Underselling in local markets. B Fixing prices to the consumer. C Issuing watered stock. D Forming holding companies. E Entering into agreements for the control of the price of any commodity. stock in other corporaMembers st i BOTH ONE YEAR For i you will give or send i.5d your order to this Courier-Journa- l. Special Fistulo, Poll-evi- Attnetin l, to Eyes sur- gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED Spavin or any paper notto the Courier-Journ- al. 0NBURK5VILLE HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. Daily Yr Yr S6.00 $2,00 Joseph H. Stone, Attoney-At-Law outlay Gourier-Joorn- al, Will practice in this and adjoining counties. st st We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write Jamstown, : Kentucky this paper. sX5X?sX Why Weekly Cour- The Adair County News and Not ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Read The U. G. HARDWICH, Pres. J. H. C0CKF, V Pres. R H. OIETZMAN, Sec W. T. Pyne M 818 & 3iippiy ESTABLISHED 1861 8 to. Courier INCORPORATED 1389 w I Ail Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once Agreeing to limit production. H Attempting to prevent competition in the -- ansportation, manufacture or sale of any article. "After sixteen months of laborious Investigation the committee which investigated the affairs of the Steel Corporation not only reported the status of the concern, but proposed new legislation in the form of bills which I had tl.e honor to introduce in the House. "Yesterday there was introduced in the Senate of New Jersev. with the express approval of the nest President of the United States, bills prohibiting in the very practices which th that legislation to which I have referred will prohibit in the United States. have had no oppor"At this time tunity to investigate the text of these bills, but the purpose of the Federal legislation recommended by the committee or by myself aid the State legislation indorsed by Oovernor Wilson are identical, one nm? o drawn as to pro hibit these pra tices within the Stat and the other within the Federal Unio". In the preparation of these measures the committee and its chairman are indebted for invaluable assistance fur nished without charge by some of thi greatest jurists in the nation, the most conspicuous among them being Louis D. Brandeis, of Boston, and Robert R. G 1 tions. pibLtWIGtfTS 1301 TftlKTeeNTH-MftlN. DEALERS IN f DACHIN1STS LOUISVILLe Journal? HENRY WATTERSON ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLfS. GRIS7' WILLS, FEED MILLS S ES . : Editor. We Can Furnish You Sheet Iron and Tank WorK W JOBBING WORK S0L.1C1TRD --All The Adair County News andjofhe tfe& Kinds of Machinery Repaircd- Weekly Courier-Journal The Adair County News and Daily Courier-Journal Both One Year For $1.50 Reed, of New York. Wilson Inspirex Coniidence. The Government Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week grows and matures well. Drewy and Manda Meece, of Business in this part of Pulaski Fonthill, were visiting in our was never better than at present, neighborhood recently. Stock of all kinds is high. Don't you Believe It Corn is worth 60c per bushel Some say that chronic constipation and plentv of it on hands. cannot be cured. Don't you believe it. Chamberlain's Tablets have cured Land here is very level in this others why not you? Give them a part of the county and produces trial. They cost only a quarter. For well, most any kind of crops, sale by Paull Drug Co. ! tne. "Governor Wilosn's brave and cheering declaration that these acts are to put an end to trusts and monopoly under the laws of New Jersey and I confidently predict they will ac d result, will complish that Inspire the courage and renew the hope of every prosrissiv Democrat In the country. "The law can be enforced as easllj the against the mightiest as against are meanest of malefactors if those who Intrusted wUh its enactment and execution are not hampered by obligations to or deterred by the dread of the pelf or power of the vio'ntors of the law. "The trouble hitherto ha3 been that the men who are mtiusted with the enforcement of the li'w dreaded the power d the money of the men who are violating the law. The Congress and the Senate are being literally winnowed of the legislative agents of great corporations and of men who hope to obtain fat retainers aiter retiring from public life by so demeaning themselves as not to Incur the 111 will of great railroad Externa and manufacturing concerns. "Bryan struck the keynote when he declared that the American people will no longer tolerate public men who ar under any obligations, financial, official or professional, to the privileged violators of the law and plunderers of "With fearless and incorruptible men to wr'te them laws, and with Woodrow Wilpon to enact them, we are in the dawn of a new and brighter industrial era." In a rival political camp from Mr. Stanley, but with a purpose as patriotic and disinterested, Senator La Follette away along the has been same line. Both he and Mr. Stanley were assisted in great measure by Mr. Brandeis, and. If rumor should be verified and Mr. Brandeis become Attorney General under Wilson, the Kentuckla'i and the Wisconsin man could cheerfully support and find comfort In that portion of the Administration. de--ign- ed much-desire- Don't Wrap It Up. j l. There are a good many ho iso .. keepers who wrap their bread in money. It was only the pnnci Lowvme, ivy., ior ,panyf clean cloths immediately after) pie of the thing. taking it from the oven This is I'd just like to have been m free sample copy of edition degi re but be sure t0 a mistake, and it should instead j his place. I d have showed them ' for a be set on a frame so that the air Ifl had that woman a few! sen(j your subscription ordei may circulate all around it until little while I'dteach her LU Ulia pdUCJ. 1.WJJ. iu Wir cool, then be put away in cover- things. Tf TM catch a kid of mine at Courier Journal. ed jars to prevent d.ying. anything like that I'd blister him this year on the iCTES '3WJ3nc If I had just a little money I Easter comes J" B 23 of March. Not since 181S know where I could go out and I U23 HiS2fcVT!&sa4P tacL' k& i arrive sooner in the make a pile. did it ra 8 si ra I never would care to be rich year. In that year it came March fees a.k if- Z? year 2000 just comfortably fixed. U V3S' Jf 22. Not until after the P. exchangMy wife and I never will it come so early again. ffiiatfs A Kov Kan Of Him. ed a cross word. 'I was sutter aig iron palu in cr Tf you don't think it's a good stomach, head and bak.'' rrites H $ Day Lies Ten Every thing for you I don't want you to T. Alston, Ealcigh. N. C. "aad mv t gr j We can also give libera) Yes, we're out we've just or - combination rate with Daily dered a lot of it. 'nrSnndav Courier Journal. . I didn't care anything for the Courier. Journal Com. ; j i c" -- J ratj &$ av r doit. Here are ten lies which are I've never' seen such weather often heard: before. Ex. liver andkidneva did not work right, but four bottles of Electric Bitters fr made me fee.' ,'ko a new man." rnibG r ii wiia. t Vjzscc3yawnar-5-- ni-- . ikviu w.wi.w... N. Srif- - -- "' - THE ADAIR COUMTY NEWS pleasant guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Absher last week. We are having some pretty Messrs. W. R. Beard and Howdays at present. ard Russell attended the party at Ruth and little Ed Thomas en- Mr. Chas. Morrison's last Saturtered school at Burkesville. day night. Mrs. C. D. Holland spent last Mrs. Henry Cooley spent last Sunday with Mrs. Ed Cole. Tuesday night with her mother, Mrs. E. 0. Cheatham was Mrs. Geo. Grassam. shopping in Amandaville WedMr. Walter Ingram spent Sunnesday. day at Mr. W. A. Humphress. Born, to the wife of Ed Cole Mr. D P. Rice spent last WedJan. 31, a twelve pound girl, nesday with his daughter, Mrs. Elbert English who has been G. C. Russell. living at Smith Grove for the Miss Mary Moore is visiting past, year, returned home Satur- her cousins Misses Flora and day. Mary Morris, of near this place. Mrs. W. W. Norris and childMiss Cleo Cave spent Monday ren who have been confined to night at Mr. B. F. Thomas. their bed with scarlet fever, are Misses Mary Lizzie Willis and some better at this writing. Emma Trinlett were visitors at The 2nd day of Feb. 10 a. m. Welby Willis' last Wednesday James Cheatham and Miss An- night. nie Elliott, daughter of Sam EI: Mr. J. C. Bryant will leave in Iiofct. both of this county were a short time for Illinois. married by Rev. Breeding. Only Plant bed burning is the order the relatives of the contracting of the day, parties witnessed the ceremony wishing them a long and haDpy Obituary. Cole Camp. What a Barrel f : ajA 1APV wpftW woonuD WI m&re.Vsiras isiSSiud jnox liasinoiC joi 11 )89jl niauioA joj Xpanraj ouoj 'iBjoads b sb Xbav Xjsao uj h pire sajoS3j 'suaiHBuaj spnnq mpju3 inpiBj aj jou Xq ajuoj pasu noX asneoaq sj 'aiqBUjjj pire ssojd snoAJ9u ere pin? 'nnp 'pajfl jm; 'ubuiom. b art noX jj A D -- too3 mra sw .im of Whiskey tains. Con- - THE jo spiresnoin. Suidjaq uj ;t ipiqM sssDDns Vdi3 sq) surejdxa jwjt n;3 ?! S3P P0 'SnjiR auo saop jnprea uorjiqusuoD AjururoAv oqj uo AJreoijpads sp pufe 'uauiOM joj XjJBpadsa spsui sj osrreoaq 'njssaoons sj inp3 0 3j3Bq uauioM Sujire pu 'SJ?aX og ;svd gnj 2uimp 'pzq weq JJB3AV war inann np3Ai333J 3ABq i sjipuaq am JOJ q2noua inpjB osrejd J9A3U pjnoo i qSnoq; sb jaaj i pire 'uajpfiqa Xra joj area oj pire 3joAasnoq Xtu op oj ajqB ure joAvasnoq oj panmuioD i I mou puB 'aupipaui am Xui op djaq pire dn aq o; ajqn ;o3 i uanaq paj o UBSaq uoos pire 'inpjB3 Xjj p;p i 'sannp Xtu o puaj puB dn aq 0 ajqB jou sbav pus 'inreaq jo arejs aoj XiaA b in sbav i 3 N 'auXBH jo 'ipdS 'A Z 'SJW sajuAv ,,'mp.no Xjx The News takes pleasure in publishing "What a Barrel of Whiskey Contains" and "From a bushel of corn" both of which reached this, office in a little pam-ple- t, and mailed by Rev. Thomas Hadley, one of our correspondents who believes in giving facts: A barrel of headaches, of heartaches, of woes. A barrel of curses, a barrel of blows; LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1913 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BGGER THAN EYER THE REGULAR PRICE OF as; A barrel of sorrow from a loving, weary weary wife, A barrel of care, a barrel of THE pies JOPOQ M The I strife; A barrel of regret, A barrel of cares, a barrel of debts; A barrel of hunger, of poison, of pain, A barrel of hopes all blasted and vain; A barrel of poverty, ruin and blight, LOUISVILLE TIMES is $5.oo;a f YOU year. ORDE WLL SEND YOUR TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND A barrel of tears that run in On the morning of Jan. 27th, Duke Thomas spent one night the night; last week with Herbert Fletcher. 1913, the death angel visited the 'A barrel of crime, a barrel of Messrs. Joe and Bob Young home of Rev. Moses R. Foley, groans, passed through this place one and claimed for its victim his beA barrel of orphan's most pitiday last week on their way home loved wife, Mrs. Mary M. Foley. ful moans; She was born May the 10th with a drove of cattle. Her maiden name being A barrel of serpents that hiss Enjoys the largest circulation in D. R. Wood, of Big Renox, Mary M. Wilkerson. She was as they pass, made regnlar trips to West Fork tucky because it is the best newspaper married to Moses R. Foley Dec. That glow from the liquor in every day. His business unin the State and the people know it. 20th, 1859, and to this union the head of the glass; known. there were 4 children born, two A barrel of falsehoods, a barsons and two daughters all of rel of cries Methodist Minister Recommends whom are living except the oldChamberlain's Cough Remedy That fall from the maniac's Rev. James A. Lewis, Milaca, Minn. est daughter, Mrs. Sarah P. lips as he dies! Besides giving the public the most reliable writes: "Chamberlain's Cough Rem- Foley, who proceded her to the edy has been a needed and welcomed FROM A BUSHEL OF CORN. market reports as well as general news, The guest in our home for a number of grave about 6 years ago. Her The Distiller gets four years. I highly recommend it to my two sons Mr. G. K. and R. B. Herald's special features make it gallons of whiskey, fellows as being a medicine worthy of Foley, were with her when the among Louisville newspapers. trial in cases of colds, coughs aud which retail at $16.80 croup." Give Chamberjai's Cough end came. Her other daughter, is called to Herbert Special attention The Farmer gets .25 Remedy a trial and we are confident Mrs. Louisa J. Popplewell who you will find ib effectual and continue The U- - S. Government Quick's masterful articles which are now runto use it as occasion requires for years resides in Rauntoul 111., could gets 4.40 ning serially in The Herald entitled to come, as many others have done not be with her. Mrs. Mary M. The Railroad Company For sale by Paull Drug Co. Foley had been a suffer for many gets 1.00 years and died with a complica- The Casey CreeK. Manufacturer gets 4.00 ON BOARD THE GOOD SHIP EARTH tion of diseases. She professed The Drayman gets .15 faith in Christ quite early in life The Retailer gets 7.00 There were services held here and joined the Baptist church The Consumer gets Drunk Saturday night and Sunday by Back numbers of these articles free on reand there she lived a consistent The Wile gets Hunger Rev. Stafford. quest to all who subscribe now. member until the end. She was The Children get Rags The school at this place is pro- buried on the 28th at the new gressing nicely, Prof. Strange Friendship grave yard. The The Man Who Votes License Gets What? being the teacher. funeral services were conducted Woe unto him that giveth his AND Mr. Wayne Goode, of this by Rev. Ben Vales and Rue neighbour drink, that putteth place, is attending school at the Grider. She leaves behind a the bottle to him, and maketh L. W. T. S. husband, one sister, one brother, him drunken also. Hab. 2:15. Miss Gertrude Gabbert, of this three children and 23 grandLook not thou upon the wine place, is teaching school in children, 13 great Both by Mail for One Year for when it is red, when it giveth Georgia. and a host or relatives and friends" his colour in the cUp, when it Farmers are busy plowing and to mourn their loss, but our loss is her eternal gain. fencing. Friends moveth itself aright. At the last it biteth like a serpent and Wheat is looking very well at weep not as of those who have stingeth like an adder. Prov. no hope grandma is not dead but this time. only asleep in Jesus and if we 23:31,32. Mr. Ruel Rucker moved to will live in the way he would Parcel Post Don't. No subscription can be taken for the Herald Roley last Thursday. have us to, we will meet with to be mailed to any town or city where Mr Elva Jones and Estel SandDon't try to use ordinary our darling grandma in that papet is delivered by carrier. , the distinctive parcel ers were visiting Mr. Wayne beautiful resurrection morning stamp-Goode, of this place, Saturday where there will be no more post stamps must be used. and Sunday. Don't seal your package, wrap sickness, death nor sorrow, Flossy Arnold, of Knifley, Miss and tie securely. a is attending school at this place. Don't forget the name of the Clara D. Foley, Mr. B. B, Vaughan, of Deatsville The Hotel at this place is doObifuary. sender must be on the outside o Ky., Mrs. Turpin, Campbells-vill- ing fine business now. For the Tea Table. the package. Mrs. Cook, of Indiana, Mrs Don't forget to mark your Mrs. Harriet Vaughan,after one Charles, of Illinois, Mrs. G. A. Absher. Oriental sweetmeats are very package "Perishable" when the I month and two days suffering, Cheatham and Mrs. M. P. Judd , popular for afternoon tea tables. contents are perishable. peaCclUHJ paoocu. uic uiviuc. of this place. Don't forget to mark your Messrs. G. C. Russt-l- l and R, Among the first favorites are years old She was seventv-si- x She was a consistent member Dillingham carried a load of candied Chinese oranges, dates, package "Fragile" when it conand was born and reared in Cum- of the Baptist church. The fu- 0. d tains breakable articles. plums and other stone fruit hogs to marktt last Friday. berland county by christian par- neral services were conducted by by foreign process and .Don't forget to buy an insur- Miss Arva Cave is spending a ents. She was married to 0. G Rev. Chandler, in the presence stuffed with nut mixtures. ance stamp for 10 cents, it in Vaughan, who succeeded her to of many friends and relatives. few days with her cousin, Mr. Turkish paste and East India ar- sures up to S50. L. G. Weatherford. the grave many years ago. The remains were interred in the ticles of all kinds are much used. Don't try to send a packake Miss Fannie Cave spent SunShe lived a faithful and true Conover burying ground The Ginger bonbons are easily made weighing over 11 pounds or day with Misses Bertha and life and was highly re'spected by floral designs were beautiful. at home, by taking oblong pieces measuring more than 72 inces in Audra Dillingham. many friends. She was the Dr. King's New Discovery. her of preservfid ginger and insert- combined length and girth. Ex. mother of eleven children, seven Soothes irritated throat and lungs,-stop- s Miss Bertha Martin visited ing these in the heart of fine aud hacking cough, reof whom survive her. Mr. O.C. lieves chronic throat, tastes nice. Miss Judelle Robertson laat Sun- large dates, which have' been MaKesA Kick. tickling Vaughan, who lives near Colum- Take no other; once used, always day. stoned. Draw the dates together Miss Annie Sharp was the' and roll in powdered sugar. The rural mail carries as a rule bia, whom she had made heme. used. Buy ib at Paull Drug Co. $ life. t Daily Louisville Herald THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR ' 18-4- 3. i i '' FOR ONLY $4.50. NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corp3 of correi pre-emine- nt pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- fectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest mar kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, bu i fair to everybody. THE DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP1 TION RIGHT AWAY are not pleased with the parcels post law, and the department at Washington is hearing from them in the wa of loud and long kicks. A Georgia carrier registered his complaint in the following letter to his congress man: "I seae myself with pen in hand to write you a few lines to let you know that you have played the devil with me. When I took the contract to carry the mail the express company was doing a pretty good business and I got 10 cents for each express package and 10 cents a drink for a jug. You fixed the law so I couldn't carry the jug, and now you have fixed up a thing called the possum post law, and the express company don't handle anv more packages. When I made this trade to carry the mail I didn't know anpthing about the darned foolishness of sending farming implements through the mail, I ain't a man to quit his job, but I have got to have some help." Ex Surprise Your Friends For four weeks regularly use Dr. KiDjf's New Life Pills. They stimulate the liver, improve digestion, remove blood impuritities, pimples and eruptions disappear from f-iiface, and body and you feel better Begin' at once. Buy it at Paull Drug Co. r grand-childre- n S2.75 that SUBSCRIBE NOW. grand-daught- er e, crys-talize- ( - 8 " THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS of Land for Taxes. for the year 1912 7) Sheriff Sale 1913, 2 79 On Monday the 3rd, day of March at the Court house door in Columbia, ICy., the same being the first day of a regular term ef the Adair .County Court, at 1 o'clock p. m. or thereabout, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand the following described tracts of land or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy the tax and cost due for the jear 1912 by the following named persons, t: to-wi- whites (district no EVERYTHING IN Frank Burton 62" acres Joins BG Redmon tax cost for the year 1912. Mrs K Fesse I acres Joins J - P Hutchison tax ' and cost for the 1912., . 8 73 9 21 joins J H Emmitt.tax and cost for the year 1912 Lewis (Heirs) 152 acres.joins Zach Sanders tax and cost for the year 1912 J S Mitcham, 10 acres joins Will Spires, tax and cost for the year 1912 J II Xance (XR) 112 acres joins Campbellsville Lumber Co. tax and cost for year 1912 J no Overstreet 9 acres joins Xathan Ellison tax and cost for the year 1912 Martha "Weathington (neirs 190 acres joins E Weathing ton tax and cost for the year 1912 COLORED, DISTRICT NO 1. JT "WHITBS, DISTRICT NO 1. Bottom (Heirs) 75 acres S fi 11 Susan Montgomery i acre Jeins L'D Simms tax and - cost for the year 1912. Price & Bennett 126 acres Joius Sell Bennett tax and cost for the year 1912 L D Simms 4 acres Joins H L Thompson tax and cost for the year i912 ri 7, HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elvvood and American Fence. 4 71 12 58 8 63 COLORED (DISTRICT NO 7) 5 02 Jim Cheatham 1 4 3(5 " 20 s 14 7 03 Joins Ann Davis tax and cost for the year 1912 Jo Pomp Johnson $ 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 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-- i acres 5 71 ifll 00 4 89 HUTCHISON, 4 Ii0 imj Steel Fence Posts ' 1 12-- 1 1 G Incorporated Eaat liatker Street, Between First and Brook DEHLER BROS. CO- - Louisville, Ky. 4 10 aerc? HIGHEST MARKET P.RICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission. Write for price list mentioning this ad. AND HIDES Established 1837 Jno. McWhorter, 40 acres joins G W White tax and cost for the year 1912 WHITES, DISTRICT NO. 2. JI 10 Curry 50 acres Joins Octava Cole tax and cost for the year 1912 COLORED (DISTRICT NO 13 7-- JOHN WHITE 10 53 &C0. louisville,ky. Courier-Journ- al L E Anderson 13 acres joins H Burton tax and cost for the year 1912 T G White 50 acres joins D B White tax and cost for the year 1912 COLORED, DISTRICT NO 2. fined her room a few days of well-know- Foxes Wanted. Emma Jones 4 10 4 87 Mack Evans, 12 acres joins L Neat, tax and cost for the year 1912 4 40 3. last week with lagrippe. acres Joins Grey Foxes $2.50, Eed Foxes $5.00; C E Claycomb tax and n Mr. McLean, the Minks S6.00 to $3.00 each; Coons $1.25, 2 28 cost for the year 1912 shoe man, of Glasgow, was with and express. Send name of your ex- - j Mary Lester 1 lot in Copress office in first letter. our merchants last Saturday. lumbia tax and cost for the W. T. Hodgen, 3 52 year 1912 232 Campballsville, Ky. Box Messrs W. G. Pickett, of PickA D Patteson SAC ett, J. Howard and C. O. Whit-loc- k, Residence Phone 133 Business Phone 13 A Gradyville. of Fry. attended the meetQuite a number of plant beas ing of the Masonic Fraternity at have been burned and sown in this place last Saturday. The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50, ,J L Blair 60 acres joins Geo. Whites, district no DR. J. N. i MURRELL The "Distinctive" Store For Floor and Wall Coverings Antle, 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 the year 1912 Nannie Coomer 95 acres joins Oscar Graves, 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 H White tax and cost for the year 1912 Sam L Yates (NR) 182 acres joins Robt. Johnson, tax and cost for the year 1912 COLORED, DISTRICT NO 3. 6 60 3 52 4 27 this section. Willie Johnson and Arthur Curry, of Breeding section, were here last Saturday W. P. Flowers was on the sick list for a few days of last week. 5 03 J. Q. Diddle was in Greens-bur- g 7 33 10 06 25 20 Ward Haskin 100 acres joins G A Bradshaw tax and cost for the year 1912 Albert Jones 30 acres joins Ed Burbridge tax and cost for the year 1912 WHITES, DISTRICT NO.4 11 65 3 35 acres joins A Diddle, tax and cost J for the year 1912 II Coomer SO acres joins Tom 'Collins, tax and cost for the year 1912 1 P Doolin (NR) luu acres joins Milt England, tax and cost for the year 1912 R M Hayes 46 acres joins S T Hayes, tax and cost for the year 1912 Mrs. Ellen F Morrison 40 Jno. Coomer 12 4 10 4 60 3 01 5 11 acr.es joins 1912 T J Campbell, cost for the year tax and 01 O A Moore 47 acres joins J L Moore, tax and cost for the year BL 1912 5 61 Roberts (NR) 75 acres joins G M Page, tax and cost for the year 1912 AVHITES, 04 11STRICT NO. 5 acres joins L T Keltner, tax and cost for the year 1912 June Nelson 100 acres Joins Amos Coomer tax and cost for the year 1912 T W Shirley 70 acres joins T W Wilson, tax and cost for the j ear 1912 C C Coirey 65 AVHITES, 6 62 last Friday and Saturday. Mr. W. W. Yates, of Portland, was shaking hands with his friends in our town last Saturday J. L. Walker, of Columbia, was here last Monday. J. R. Shirley, of Milltown, was with us one day last week. J. H. Smith is prizing and shipping tobacco this week. Mr. Smith has a very large crop. Janes Gist, one of our best citizens is confined to his room with a complication of diseases. . of There will be a hogs in this community that will be ready to goby April 1st.,. , .. Rev. J. N. Crawford .filler Ws regular appointment at Union last Sunday. Austin Wilmore was in Columbia last Monday. J. H. Sneed and family, have made up tbeir minds to locate at Highland Park and will leave in a few days. n reJosh Taylor, a spected colored man living- near this place is in a very critical condition, unless there is a change he can not last but a few car-loa- d well-know- There was sadness and gloom Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g cast over our people when the up Stairs. news reached us announcing the - Kentucky. death of our brother and neigh- Columbia, bor, J. D. Walker. There was Paul! Drug Co., Columbia Ky. not a child in our town that did not know him. He always had a pleasant smile and word for G. P. SMYTHE all, if he had an enemey any for where we have never heard af it Brother Walker was the same FIRE INSURANCE deman on all occasions, lived a and voted christian life and he will tfEAL ESTATE not.only be missed in the family circle but m our churches, more especially in the church in which U. H. Jones; he was a member and a very de- m. E. tJones i DENTIST Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum 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 Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff Incorporated 522 and 524 West Market St. Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. Birdseve view of our Plant voted one. This community ex- tends their sympathy to the family of the bereft. Cane Valley. . Jones & Jones Special- Veterinary Surgeon and Dentlfat 9 . years experience. attention .Mr. W. J. Callison of Middles boro, was visiting his brother Mr. B M. Callison of this place last week. Miss Julia Penick an accomplished young teacher of this place is attending 'Cheery Bros College at Bowling Green. Mr. Nick Phillips who left this place for Florida last week, writes us he is well pleased with the climate of his new home. given toSurgical and Dental., work., .Office at residence near Graded Schpoj building. r' PHOENO. 7. N. W. Tanner Ottley Attorney-At-Iiac- u Will practice in all tine Courts fiW v. X-- - - : - -- &&? as?- 'x' "j?X-W v v e- - s- - -- - i' l riN' '.-- - "Largest in Dixie" it W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated Columbia, Ky. 6 62 days. Mrs. W. E. McCandless and son, of Columbia, visited their relatives and friends in our city a few days of last week. in Columbia last week having some &u Jrlill spent a lew days done- - 5 00 DISTRICT NO. 0 L Hartfield (NR) 8 acres tax and joins ccst for the year 1912 WH Pike 4 acres joins J P nardin, tax and cost for . the year 1912 J S Rainwater (NR) 129 acres joins Millie Watson, tax and cost for the year 1912 Levy Doolin (NR) 1 Lot in Cane Valley, tax and cost for the year 1912 Guss Duvall 1 lot in Cane Valley, tax and cost for the year 1912 S : 01 2 51 dental work Miss Maggie Bragg, who has 4 52 been engaged in the mercnatile sever- - (i business at Jamestown for week. 'al months returned home last 02 Sunday. Urban Keltner and Jake Bault were in Louisville last week sel. ling tobacco. They are not so pleased as they were with well DENTIST the January sales. NIOCT TO POST OFFICE Mr. and Mrs. Ruell Edrington Columbia, Ky. of this place, and Johnie Biggs, ItKri I'HOXE 2C. OI'l'ICE l'HOXE OS of the Carmel neighborhood, left last week for Highland Park. WELL DRILLER Mr. Elbrige Page received a message last week from Misouri, stating chat his son Henry Green I will drill wells in Adair and seriously sick. Young Page ad joining. counties. See me bewas was nere on a visit last summer fore contracting. Latest and was thought well of by machinery of all kinds. every body. Pump Repairing Done. Give Jake C. Van Hoy. of St. Mary, was here several days of last me a Call. DENTAL OFB'ICE Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog James Trlplett WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, note Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh im-yrov- ed 7 03 Jno. COLORED DISTRICT NO 6. Anderson 39 acres joins Vaugliam tax and J cost for the year 1912 Loucillo Bridgwater 57 acres ioins R E Bailey, tax and cost for the year 1912 Ed Johnson 5 acres joins C Moore tax and cost for the year 1912 Canney. Taylor (NR) 1 lot in "Cane Valley tax and cost W li 1)3 C. YATES sold his farm, containing 35 acres, to James We must say to the tobacco I keep on hands a full stock of Woodrum for $1800 cash. cotlilis and caskets, also robes; buvers that there is a few good Prof. R. O. Cabbeil and other hearses. Prompt service nierht or.dav. crops of tobacco in this commun, noted singers, will be witBftbis Phone k:.'. ..is not sold. ity Marcus Ellis . J. American and European Plans RATES: . , that 29.-t- - A.-3i- ?- 4 07 3 of Cane Valley, were the MrsiHarriett Cimdiff was mipsrs of Mr. Alfred Parson and , , 151" . weeK. itingft'egsister, Mrs. Mollie j. iamiiy, a iew aays oi lasc Mrs. G. W. PaDgham was con son, at. Gradyville 'last week. -- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Squires, 4&L iirSL ouiiuay. xvery is as&eu ..'fcfrj-wE'.Green county, and Mrs. Cun-dif- f. of. to comg. ""V .; dassfat the'Chistian Churcmthe .".' , Aft'A.- - ,1'' . - -: . " ue Colambia..Jiy.'; Srif K y ar- i & Wanted. 0 $l.t5K) 32. eacfr m $ S American Plan $2.00 and up European Plan $1.00 and up ,We serve the best American Plan meals in the South 4 .- jU - The New Louisville HotePCo! Inc: Herman Steinhilber, Manager f . Carapbeflsville, Ky.