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Our trip to Jamestown, last week, rneted such returns as to make The News man feel that che ties that bind us are even stronger1 than we had By returns we do not mean realized merely the pauitry dollars that passed from the people of Russell county into the possession of The News, but as truly the friendly, social and fraternal greetings that so characterize the intelligent citizenship of that county. Monday, the first day of circuit court, drew an unusually large crowd and from early dawn until all had returned home nothing occurred to mar the peace and good humor that prevailed. Judge Carter arrived in due .time to put the mill of justice in motion by 10 a. m. and his instructions, if rigidly obeyed by the grand jury and followed by unflinching law enforcement, will do all that needs to be done in suppressing the main troubles of law breaking in that baily-wicSome stock was on the market but no record breaking sale was made. Truly speaking it was a hand shake-in- g crowd, a day of renewal of friendship and rest from labor and in every sense it measured full to expectancy. In such gatherings, every where, it is expected that some appearance of disorder or mfsconduct will be seen but justice to whom justice is due, we can tmthfully say that no town in the state could produce a gathering of like proportion with less evidence of rudeness. It was Ideal in conduct. While there our acquaintance was broadened, meeting many whose names were familiar on our subscription book, but whose faces we had never seen. While Jamestown has a rival in Eussell Springs, only six miles apart, yet both are doing well and pursuing the even tenor of their way. We can not refrain from a worthy mention of Jamestown's fraternal orders, k. The March American Magazine. Mr. Bell Announces. Sanders Breeding. Twenty-fiv- e Men in 48 Hours. Personal Mrs. G. W. Staples left Moixiay for Cincinnati, and other market?. Mr. W. E. Bradshaw was in Louis ville a day or two of last week. Messrs. B. II. Gilpin and W. R. Lyon were in Columbia last Wednes day. Mr. J. F. Montjromerv. who was quite sick last week, has about recovered. Mr. James Kinnaird, Jr., was visiting the family of Dr. James Menzies last week. Mr. C. M. Barnett returned home last Saturday, and will be here for several days. Mrs. Alfred Murrell, who lives ou of town, has been quite sick for the past ten days. ful, although searching. Gradyville precinct, and Mr. Bell feels A real bartender contributes ''What like the time has come to recognize a Man Will Do for a Drink," in which his locality. At the time Mr. Bell is he tells many amazing stories. Brand a member of the Fiscal Court making Whitlock, Mayor of Toledo, Ohio, a very efficient officer. He is a gensome of his adventures with Gov tleman of education, of most exceHent ernor Altgeld of Illinois, who pardon- judgment, his qualifications pointing ed the anarchists. Albert Jay Nock to him as a man who would carefully shows how the profession of scientific guard the interest of Adair county, management proposes even to reduce and for that reason he was selected as the time surgeons will require for op- a Justice of the Peace. erations. Walter Prichard Eaton conHe is quite popular in his home prea splendid article on acting. cinct and in many other sections of tributes A New York policeman continues the the county. He is a grandson of the publication of his diary, in which he late Win. L. Walker, and is well conshows how an ordinary man on the nected. a grafter. Dr force may develope-intHe is sober, striotly honorable, and Woods nutchinsbn writes on "Health there is not a doubt but he would giving news, com- make a good jailer. and Horse-Power,- " ment and suggestion about health. Before the primary he hopes to sse Edna Ferber, David Grayson, Ray- every Democratic voter in Adair counmond Ward nofllund, Earl Derr ty and personally present his claims. Cav. Angelo de Angnlis and Arnold Bennett contribute fiction. Jas. A Day of Remembrance. Montgomery Flagg and E. W. Howe . x&-lates In the March American Magazine, By reference to our announcement Albert W. Atwood writes au article column, it will be seen that" Mr. Luon "Railroad W recks Why they In- ther Bell, of the Gradyville precincr, crease," in which he brings out many is a candidate for Jailer of Adair interesting facts and ideas. The ar- county, subject to the action of the ticle is an important one and ought to Democratic voters at .the August prido good. It is written in the right mary. There lias never been a Demtone not carding, but soundly help- ocratic candidate nominated from the Big-ger- s, particularly the Odd Fellows., whose efforts to build, broaden and practice the Good Samaritin spirit stands out a monument to that section. Jamestown Lodge No. 359 with only 47 members, whose very being is saturated with desire to do good, is now pufc-in- g the finishing touches to its new hall. The building is a two story frame, made of good material and finished in first class order, The first floor will be rented for business while the lodge uses the second story which is adjusted to its pswrticula needs and comfort. Aside from preparation rooms, cloak apartment, the hall, 30 by GO feet, with ample light and ventilation, appeals to every one who knows whatthe interior of such a hall should be. With the comfort and convenience of such a home the mysteries, beauties and blessings of the order are bound to find permanent lodgment in. many faithful breasts. This building ordinarily would cost $2500, but we were informed that it will not exceed 81500, Mr. Attis McFarland, as chairman of the building committee also, a number one machanic, is due much credit in holding down expenses. He was ably assisted in his work by his committee and others who pride in the fact that the order has received the maxim amount of good at the minimum of cost. In leaving Jamestown we feel that it would be an unjustice if we failed to state that two days and nights at The Faulkenburg Hotel will convince you that it is one of the best hotels in Southern Ky. Our stop over in Russell Springs was short but pleasant. There we found the same cordial greeting as at county seat and a hopeful view entertained of that town's rapid growth. One of its most enterprising citizens, Robert Ingram, stands behind the screen where the money is deposited, but he is interested in making that town, bigger, better, stronger and more attractive. He appreciates his surroundings and is likewise held in high esteem by the real enterprising citizens. A shake with Mr.S Wilson proprietor of the Supply Store will make any man feel good and besides his friendly greetings he is wide awake to the interest of the Springs. We failed to meet other business men of that town, due to our brief stay and the further fact they were in Nashville. The Kimble Hotel still holds its repu tation for all that's good to eat, supplemented with the most cordial and painstaking attention to guest This trip was made for J.E. Murrell whohasbeen makingit fortiiirty yearsr and who is very much attached to the people of Russell county, and who regrets that sickness prevented him from shaking the hand of his many friends. humor. The departments On Feb. 21, 1913, relatives and "Interesting People" and "The Infriends met at the home of J. W. Hale terpreter's House" are always worth to celebrate the 27th. birthday of his reading. oldest son, Malvin. Malvin was employed in Illinois in Married at Lebanon. 1912, came home it Dec. last, in declining health. We take the following notice from At about 9:30 friends and relatives the Taylor County Enquirer, the mar- begon to arrive and continued until riage having taken place Tuesday of d the noon hour, everyone having last week: good women then baskets. The Mr. John S. Stults and Miss Mattie proceeded to spread the table which S. Collins were married in Lebanon weight of good Tuesday afternoon at the residence of groaned under its things. When dinner was ready to Mrs. J. W. Miller, a cousin of the serve they had 18 cakes occupying the bride, the Rev. V. P. Murrell, pastor center of the table. The invitation of the second Presbyterian church of was given for to be filled, that city, officiating. The marriage then Bro. Halethe table to God for gave thanks will come as a surprise to the many blessings of that glad hour and friends of the couple. The bride had the asked that they all might be spared to been visiting in Lebanon for a few days, enjoy many more such occasions. and the groom went in an automobile was an enjoyable repast and after a short time before the ceremony was 97 It persons had partaken of all the performed. The bride is a daughter good things the table was still heavily of the late J. T. Collins and is a most loaded. estimable lady. Mr. Stults has been Malvin was the recipient of many in the lumber and stave business here nice and useful presents. His many for a number of years and is also a friends and relatives join the father Mr. and Mrs. successful farmer. and mother in their supplication to Stults are now at their home in this son may live to city receiving the congratulations of Him above that their enjoy many more birthdays. their friends. C. C. Hale. present well-fille- The good news comes from Bowling A wedding of much interest totlteir county Green that the Business University many friends throughout the was that which occurred near Garlin, there claims that it could put twenty Ky., last Thursday a. m , Feb. the ix& teleeranh nnRrarnrs in nn:if,imic hours so great is 20th, when Mr. Cortez Sanders and within forty-eigthe demand for good men. This .Bertha Breeding were made one. The ceremony was performed by school has just filled nineteen positions on their hands Elder Tobias Iluffaker, and the couple and has seventy-thre- e unfilled. This looks good. left immediately for the home of the groom where a receptionwas held. The Best Cough Medicine Mr. Sanders is a son of Mr. and Mrs. "I have used Chamberlain's Cough W. F. Sanders of Joppa, Ky. He is a Remedy ever since I have been keepyoung man of sterling worth, a very prosperous farmer of the Green River ing house," says L. C. Hames, of Mar-burAla. "I consider it one of the section, and is also a teacher of this best remedies I ever used. My childcounty. Breeding is a daughter of Mr. ren have all taken it and it works like Miss and Mrs. J. A. Breeding, who live a a charm. For colds and whooping few miles out of town. She is a cough it is excellent." For sale by bright, accomplished young lady, a Paull Drug Co. popular teacher of the county and a I have accepted the agency for J.R. general favorite in social life We indeed congratulate Mr. Sanders upon Watkins Medical Co., in this count', s. and will make a home to home his choice. You will find these goods at any The couple will begin housekeeping at once at their pretty country home time at J. F. Patteson's store Columbia. I will be on the square the first on Green River. They received many pretty pres- day of every court. These goods need no recommendation as they have been ents tried by the people of this county and Farm for Sale. have given perfect satisfaction. Call at the above named store if you should goods need any If you want to buy a small farm on you. of these Respt.before I call near Columbia, I now olfer you a S. G. Denny. chance. Situated on the Stanford road li miles from Columbia, and conLodge at this The taining GO acres of land and is one of place continues to grow. Three were the most desirable homes in this sec- iniatiated last Thursday night, and tion. With the exception of 2 or 3 others 'are to follow. The regular acres, it is all fine limestone land, and meetings are the first and third in a good state of cultivation. New Thursday nights in each month. Mr. house of seven rooms, new barn and Robert Reed is the Noble Grand and crib. As good water as found, and he is a splendid presiding officer. An ample timber to keep place for many effort is now on to have a banner years. 17 acres of wheat, and corn lodge at Columbia, and the prospects ht y, cau-vas- Mr. T. W. Tavlorand Mr. B. Gilpin, made their regular trip to Columbia last week. Mrs. J. J. Booker, Miami, spent several days of last week with Mrs. Fayette Davis. Capt. Geo. Nell, who has been seriously ill, is much better, a statement we are glad to make. Mrs. Mack Fra.er, DanviUe, who was reported in a dangerous condition last week, has improved. Baker and Hon. J. F. attended the Russell circuit court a few days of last week. Miss Annie Kinnaird, who has spent several weeks with her sister, Mrs. James Menzies, returned home last C. Odd-Fello- Judge H. Montgomery week. Mr. II. T. Baker, who has been visiting in Knoxville and other points in the South, returned home Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jo Carnes, of Russell county, left last week for an extended An Enjoyable Afternoon. Was Nearing the Century Mark Mrs. C. M. Russell and Miss Nettie Clark very delightfully entertained a number of their friends on tjie afternoon of the 22nd. Jo Russell Jr., and little Frances Russell as "General and Martha Washington" were charming, and added much to the pleasure of the afternoon. Mrs. Geo. Stults received the prize, a small gilded hatchet, in a very clever little contest, and Mrs. W. T. Price received the booby, a miniature likeness of George Washington. The souvenirs were small hatchets tied with the national colors. A delightful salad course was served The following were present: George Stults, George Staples, C. C. Turner, W. E Bradshaw. W. A Coffey, Jo Russell, W. T. Price, Charles Barnett, A. D. Patterson, Misses Minnie TripIetL Sallie Baker, Rose Hyde, Sue King and Katie MurMes-dames Last Friday night at 10 o'clock, Mr. James Bryant, a highly respected old gentleman, died in this city, at the home of his grandson, Mr. Walker Bryant, where he had resided for several years. The deceased only lacked a few years old, weeks of being ninety-fou- r and had been an active man all his life, complaining only a few days before his death. He was a very industrious man, and even after the weight of 'years fell upon him, he was constantly at work, doing chores about the house. What is remarkable, Mr. Bryant's mind was as clear as a bell up to the closing t He was last week, aged eighty-threStovewood for sale. a fine old gentlemaiand had been m Mr. J. Y. White is somewhat of a A. H. Ballard declining health for more than a year. surgeon. Last week he was stretchMis. Hurt was with him in the last ing some fencing and in turning the Turnip greens and jowl make a deweeks of his life. crank of the stretcher, his hand slip- licious dish these fine days. . ped and the handle struck him on his How the Vote Stands nose, breaking it. With his own An extra" good Jersey cow for sale. hands he adjusted the broken member, Will calve in three weeks. hours. L. C. Hindman. The deceased was born and reared The following is the standing of the getting it perfectly straight, and at ' Columbia, Ky. in the Eastern portion of this county candidates at the Parlor Circle, up to this time the break is not noticeable 17-2e. 14-4- t. land turned. No better community are flattering to that end. in county. Call if you mean business. Tom Waggoner. The Epworth League gave a very delightful social in Miss Pearl Hind-manAre You a Cold Sufferer? room, at the court-housone evening last week. It was largely atTake Dr. King's New Discovery. The Best Cough, Cold, Throat and tended and several hours very happily Lung medicine made. Money refund- enjoyed. Candy was made and games played. Mention of the gathering ed if it fails to cure you. Do not it at our risk. First dose should have been made last week, but helps. J. R. Wells, Floydada, Texas, like two or three other times, it flipwrites: "Dr. King's New Discovery ped us. cured my terrible cougli and cold. I Mr. G. A. Kemp, who is a salesman gained 15 pounds." Buy it at Paull it Mr. W. L. Walker's store, met with Drug Co. a very painful accident last Monday morning. He was handling some A Growing School. cross-cu- t saws when one slipped and a tooth of the saw caught in his secThe enrollment of the Bowling Green Business University at Bowling ond finger on left hand, cutting a Green, Ky., has exceeded that of last severe gash. It bled profusely, but year by 25 per cent; but better still the the finger will be all right in a few Institution is called upon every month days. for a greater number of book keepers, Business about town has been a stenographers and operators than it little dull for the past week, but the can furnish. Now is a good time for reason is graceiuny accepted Dy our young people to enter business life. merchants and grocerymen. They know that the farmers are busy, and Lebanon Death. they are glad when the time comes to make preparations for the approachMr. G. J. Basley, who was the ing crop. The farmer is the stay of father of Mrs. L. B. Hurt, this place, the laud and all other business takes a died at his late home, in Lebanon, delight in waiting. 's e, hes-itate-ia- ke visit to relatives in Texas and Oklahoma. Messrs. Hugh Hutchison and Hart-grov- e Mitchum and Misses Eva, Mary and Clettie Lay visited near Dunn-vill- e last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Russell left for Cirrtcnnati and other markets the first of the week. It is their intention to buy an immense stock of spring goods for Russell & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Porter A. Strange, who have been living in Jacksboro, Texas, for several years, reached Columbia, ona visit, last Thursday morning. It is our understanding that at the end of their visit here they will return to Texas and continue to engage in the mercantile business in a different part of the State, believing that they have selected a mors profitable location. I am a candidate for Town Marshal of the town of Columbia, to be voted for at the November election. N. W. Morrison. rell. J i The Meeting at Nashville. There was a big commercial meeting at Nashville last week, and nearly all the merchants from the mouth of Greasy Creek, in Russell county, this State, to the Kentucky line were invited, and were in atcendance. The business' men of Nashville sent boats up the river and about eighty merchants took passage for the beautiful Southern city. Arriving at the landing the boats were met by the wholesale men, the passengers driven over the city and later, at a gathering, were wined and dined and listened to many speeches, telling of the great possibilities of the Rock City. Mr. where his remains were carried for in- and including last Saturday nfght: terment. Mary Smich many relatives and There were Margaret Lovett friends who attended the last sad Loretta Dunbar rites of this much respected old man. iiow to Collect Accounts. NOTICE. 950 800 550 We collect notes and accounts and look after claims anywhere in the U.uited States and make no charges All graduates of the above namnl unless we collect. May's Collection Agency, school are requested to send name and Somerset, Ky. Midway, Ky , that each may receive Now is the time to advertise stock. an inviiation to the Alumnae meeting in May. Send name and address This ollice has a variety of cuts and whether or not circumstances favor can do you good service in the way of printing bills, folders or setting an attendance. "ad" iii the paper. ELLA JOHNSON, To Kentucky Female Orphan School The doves are cooing, an indicaDon't you Believe It Somesay that chronic constipation tion that Spring has arrived. cannot be cured. Don't you believe Some residents of Columbia did conit. Chamberlain's Tablets have cured gardening last week. others why not you? Give them a siderable trial. They cost only a quarter. For While the weather is protiticious sale by Paull Dnig Co. road working should become busy. I Graduates. Principal K. F. O. S. Foxes Wanted. Notice. - J. II. Phelps, of Jamsstown, A good jersey cow for sale. who has been in the milling business Ed Barbee. for nearly 1 year, has employed John' lt Barns, an expert miller and is turning Monday wi 1 be county court. out a superior grade of flower and Next some fine horses will be on is likely meal. It is the Miget mill and doing It display. a thriving business. I keep on hand an assortment of, I keep on hands a full stock of Spectacles. If you need glasses it will pay you to see me. coffins aud caskets, also robes; J. P. Beard. hearses. Prompt service night or day. Phone 29. There were several cases of measles 45-- 1 J. F. Triptett, yr but the in the Lindsey-WilsoColumbia. Ky. victims have about recovered. Mr. 17-u, John D-Lo- we, the well-know- n shoe man of this place, took passage and was of the happy throng. He says It was a good meeting and very satisfactory to the business men of Nashville, who are making an effort for trore trade from the Upper Cum; berland. One of the main features in calling the meeting was to bring about, a united effort to put in more locks in m home at Gradyville during the life Icis said that the largest crowd1, time of her husband, has accepted for many years, attended the opening rooms at the residence of tier brother, .of the February term of the Russell Mr. J. V. White, becoming a member circuit court. , f :the family a few days ago. Mrs. Fannie Sexton, who madeher the Upper Cumberland. , Grey Foxes $2.50, Red-- Foxes $5.00; Single Comb White Leghorn eggs Minks $6.00 to $3.00 each; Coons $1.25, We have set March, the 7th to close for hatching, 05c for 15. If by Parcel and express. Send 'iame of your ex- Post, you pay postage. Book your orour market. If you will only notice in the past press office in first letter. what became of tlie-prider early as I will have only a limited W. T. Hodgeu, two years after the Loose Markets Ky. - number. . Box 232 Campbellsville; closed it would not be necessary fop ..Mrs., Jno. Nr Conover. .us to emphasize the importance of - - - your bringing your tobacco here while Boni.totheiwife of Sam Teese; on "A greatl many., plows Were started in Adair county last week. you nave tim uppuruunity. the."24th. a daughter. Yours very truly, "GTefiisburg Loose Leaf Tob. Whse. Co.. lAlljiptes and accounts are now due Wanted, .andLiieed thejnoney. Please come set Wanted. 'SMS tle at once. It will save yuu a rfnn or ce Born, to the wife of Sam Feese Fet ruary 24th, au eiplnr pound girl.' Mother and child are doing well. - . ' Fok Salk. G. A , 20head of cattle. Smith. Columbia,-Tvy..- ' - '- ' Vr Peaffiwls - $1.50 to $2.00 each W.T. Hodgen. ' Campbellsville, Ky. 350 or 400 bundles top. or blade fodder. statement W. L. county. - In the United States Roosevelt received 11 electoral votes' to Taft's one. Since tUeu. we nave grown stronger. Don't forget the meeting of the Progressives at Columbia next Monday. G. P. Smythe, Chairman. polled more than 1000 votes in Adair .At the last election the' Progressives' "'Dr. Jl.N. MurrelL Walker. r: i--i THE ADAIL .OUNTY NEWS Bonds-Bonds-Bonds-Nit. ing or so wprthy as the acheivement priate funeral services the reBelle Plain Kansas. of a steady, faithful and fervent ened at the January term, thereof, mains were laid to rest in the in the above cause, I shall proceed to ergy in trying to perform duty. The The same old story "Fools rush in ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT burying-groun- d door labors of the faithful are never in on his farm here. Editor News: OF KENTUCKY. offer for sale at the court-hous- e will be gathered in-.- ! where Angels fear to tread." The bidvain The fruits in Columbia, Ky., to the highest Not having seen a letter from Hettie Rupe &c Plantiff, j. liuij, uue luiixiei He leaves to mourn his death, a viz ,.i der, at public auction en Monday, the to his hand, while the hasty garlands tauter is aiu ueiuwuiv so lets strike a a question? widow, who was Minerva Hadley this corner of the west for some Kizzie May Rupe &c 3rd day of March 1913, at one o'clock of genius ar,e fading away, and the there medium, on one subject I am whom he married forty-si- x years time we decided some one should merely fortunate are happy By virtue of a Judgment and Order p. m., or thereabout (being County Drizes of the certainly sane: in reference to bur of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- Court,) upon a credit of six months turned into vanity. ed at fhe Jan. Term, thereof, 1913, in the following described property, to- - The best kind of duty is performed dening Adair County with a Bonded ago. This union was blessed write a few lines to let you Kenthe above cause, for the sum of two wit: Four certain tracts of land lying in secret, and without the sight of indebtedness, I am assured against with-sichildren, all living and tucky folks know we use to be hundred Dollars with the Interest at in Adair count', Kentucky on the wa- man. There it does its work devoted- whether it be for County Roads in Kentuckians, are still in the lant the rate of 6 per cent per annum from ters of Sulphur Fork of Russell Creek ly and nobly. It does not follow the fact or for other purposes in particu him during his last illness, they are, Mrs. Savina Coe, of of the living. the 29 day of April 1912, until paid, all joining and containing about 110 routine of worldy wise morality. It lar. County Bonds as a whole are concost herein, I shall pro- acres composing the farm and home- does not advertise its self. It adopts and Rochester, 111., Mrs. W. JohnMrs. Belinda Blankenship who ceed to offer for sale at the Court- stead of J. W. Kerns in his life time a larger creed and loftier code, which sidered second class mostly third Ram- is the oldest Kentuckian among class investments or securities; bear son, of this place, Mrs. J. house door in Columbia, Ky., to the of said land the interest of Pearl to be stbject to and obey is to consid every human life and every human ing G per cent to 7 per cent thev gen- sey, of Somerset, J. T. Vigle, of us was very low for several Auction, on JuddBrvant and highest bidder, at Public the interest of er Mouday the 3rd day of March 19i3, at Melvin Judd and of said land the action in the light of an eternal obli- erally sell (and I am speaking advisany Jamestown, Dr. J. B. Vigle, of, weeks before Christmas, but is edly) from COc to 70c on ' one o'clock p m., or thereabout (being interest of Harlan Kerns' who are all gation to the race of man. Our evils reliable Banker, Brokerthe dollar or Commis- - Chattanooga, Tenn. and Miss able to be out again. On Jan. County 'Court.) upon a credit of six infants will not be collected by the or careless actions incur debts every months the following described pro- commissioner on the bond executed day. that humanity, sooner or later, sion Merchant eenerallv charsre a fur ther Commission of from 20 per cent Sallie Vigle. He was a kind 26th was her 78th, birthday and perty, A certain house and lot for the purchase price but will remain must discharge. Duty, pure duty without any to 25 per cent for disposing of same, oving husband and father, al- her children and grandchildren lying in Elroy Adair County Kentucky a lieu upon the land until said infants and bounded as follows viz: Begining arrive at the age of 21 years or until thought of personafreward or personal not at their market value but at their ways had a smile and word of surprised her with their presence 115 feet from the Korth west corner their guardian shall be appointed as happiness is the strongest, sweetest, Par value, still you are required to pay of the school house lot in R. T. Breed- specified in the judgment and order of most sacred force that domestic life the full 6 per cent or 7 per cent at Par cheer for each one he met, his and well filled baskets of good ings line at a stono, thence S 15 J to a sale or sufficient thereof to produce possesses. And it brings with it our on the full issue and when redeema- good influence will live on an i on things to eat. Altogether had a stone in said Breedings line, thence the sums of money so ordered to be consolations: not perhaps the consola- ble their full face value; no matter good dinner and spent an enjoywith his line X 21 Bales to a stone made. For the purchase price, the tion it craves. It is strange how what the Bonds sold for, this aside he was prepared to meet his God able day together. corner to John M. Simpson, thence purchaser, with approved surety or se- seldom Heaven gives us poor mortals from the other leakages that a Bond- The bereaved family poles to a small curities, must execute bond, bearing exactly what we desire, yet gives ed indebtedness nearly always entails, with his line 20J E 11? friends for every kindness ex- Wheat was looking fine in these so aside from the sanity of the situacedar aud stone on the west side of legal interest from the day of sale un- something else in substitution. parts when last seen. It has Neglect of private duties is the tion, the. mathamatical deductions tended. E. to the be- til paid and having the force and the branch, thence'-abou- t ginning containing one and one half effect of a judgment. Bidders will be great reason why the heats of so many are against a Bonded indebtedness been covered with snow for a acres be the same more or less. prepared to comply promptly with are so dead and dull, so formal and I am not fully advised as to Public Methodlst Miniifter Re commends week. carnal, so barren and unfruitful un sentiment whether it be for or against For the purchase price, the purchas- these terms Chamberlain's Tough Remedy er, with approved surety or securities, W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. der public ordinances. I would that Bonds what ever that may be its cerNick and Tom Blankenship christians would lay this seriously to tainly a dangerous proposition. must execute Bond, bearing legal inRev. James A. Lewis, Milaca, Minn, We are all fully persuaded that we writes: "Chamberlain's Cough Rem- finished shelling 2800 bushels of heart. Certainly that man's heart is terest from the day of sale until paid Commissioner's Sale. best in public duties, who is most need good Roads, we have a special edy has been a needed and welcomed corn this morning. Corn is seland having the force and effect of a road tax in the County at present guest in our home for a number of frequently in private exercises. Judgment. Bidders will be prepared Man should not live for himself that brings us in some 84500, with ad- years. I highly recommend it to my ling from 45 to 50c per bushel comply promptly with these terms. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT to W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. OF KENTUCKY. alone, he should live for the good of ditional funds that the Fiscal Coun fellows as being a medicine worthy of here now. others as well as lor himself. Every nuy'give us, every man in Adair trial in cases of colds, coughs and L. B. Hurt Plff. ) Little Beulah and Bealah, SherifFs Sale. one has his duties to perform, the County has enough local pride to croup." Give Chamberlai's vs Cough H. Clay Wolford &c Deft. ) richest as well as the poorest. To give a few days with himself and Remedy a trial and we are confident daughters of Elmer Wooldridge, By Virtue of Venditioni Exponas By virture of a Judgment and Order some life is a pleasure to others it is teams, e the County into you will find it effectual and continue No. 193(5 directed to me, which issued of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- suffering; but the best do not live for Road districts, let your money, time to use it as occasion requires for years have been out of school this week from the Clerk's Office of the Adair ed at the Term, thereof, 1913, in the self enjoyment, or even for fame. and means go to build up the roads in to come, as many others have done taking care of chicken pox. Circuit Court, in favor of "Wade Johns above cause for the sums of 3178.52 & Their strongest motive is hopeful use- your part of the County, and you For sale by Paull Drug Co. Mr. J. N. Blankenship capturagainst Alfred Hendrickson, etc. $31.00 cost,S87.20 & $8 05 cost, $30.48 wili soon see that the fellow in the ful work in every good cause. 844.27 & $3.00 cost, herein, I shall ed two large coyotes this week. I, or one of my Deputies, will, on The sphere of duty is infinite. It other end vieing with you in keepinsr Monday the 3 day of March 1913, be- proceed to offer for sale at the Court-Hous- e exists in every station of life. We his end up. We can have good roads Absher Mr. Henry Blankenship seems tween the hours of 1 o'clock p. m. and door in Columbia, Ky., to the have it not in our choice to be rich or in the County with the money, ma2 o'clock p. m. at the Court House highest bidder, at Public Auction, on poor, to be happy or unhappy, but it terial and men in this County back of to think the sunny West is good door in Columbia, Ky., the same be- Monday the 3rd day of March 1913, at becomes us to do the duty that every it if we all put our shoulder to the Miss Mary Moore visited her enough for him. Henry has ing the first day of regular term Adair 1 o'clock p m. or thereabout (being where surrounds us. Obedience to wheel and go to work, this is up to us, county court, expose to PUBLIC County Court,) upon a credit of six duty at all costs and risks to the every Mr. Wheat, Mr. Jeffries, and other cousin, Miss Eva Morris, last gained lots of friends around SALE, to the highest bidder, the fol- months the following described prop- essence of the higher civilized life. gentlemen interested lets get togeth- week. here since he has been here. A certain house and lot Great deeds must be worked for, died lowing property)or so much thereof as erty chrystalize this sentiment and er and may be neccessary to satisfy Plaintiff's situated in Columbia, Ky., and desig- for, now as in the past. Miss Arva Cave returned home Webbs X Roads work to it's proper fullfillment, along t: 14 in plat No. 1 of debt, interest, and costs), nated as Lot No. He who is false to the present duty, these lines whether the least lines of last Wednesday after a two One hundred acres of land as the pro- Tutt Addition to the town of, Colum- breaks a thread in the loom of life, resistance or not believe the best and The weather is very eold at perty of Alfred Hendrickson and be- bia, Ky. and is recorded in Deed Book and will see the effect when the weav- quickest, this can be done without in- weeks visit at her cousin's L. G. ing the same land said Hendrickson No. 20 page 640 of the Office of the ing of a lifetime is unraveled. Duties fraction of what is termed Special Weatherford, of Knifley. present. bought of Dave Rice which is bound- Clerk of the Adair County Court. first, pleasures afterward; let this be Laws and in no sense repugnent to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Robertson, Mr. Robert Foley is teaching a ed on the North by the lands of Dave For the purchase price, the purchas- our hfes rule. their wall defined principles". Rice, on the South by the lands of er, with approved surety or securities, The widest,field of duty lies outside Space will not allow a mote detail, were at Mrs. Mattie Martin's winter school at Mt Olive. Tom Turner, on the'Easc by the lands must execute Bond, bearing legal in- the line of literature and books. Men ed discussion, lets start a Good Road The revival has just closed at of Jo. Page aud on the West by the terest from the day of sale until paid are social beings "more than intel-ectu- movement along these lines, set aside last Friday. lands of Tom Turner levied on as the and having the force and effect of a creatures. The best part of a f nther Bond discussion as a fretful Miss Cleo Cave spent Saturday New Friendship conducted by property of Alfred Hend.rickson. Judgement. Bidders will be prepared human cultivation is derived from dream. night and Sunday at Mr. Jas. D. their pastor, -- Rev. B. F. Vales TERMS: Sale will be made on a to comply promptly with these terms. social contact; hence cortesy, self reYours etc, Weatherford's. and W. T. Grimes. The meeting credit of 3 months, bonds with appos- W. A. offey,' Master Commissioner. spect, mutual toleration and self sacriTanner Ottley. Exfice for the good of Others. ed security required, bearing interest Misses Bertha and Audra continued eighteen days and reperience of man is wider than literaat the rate of six per cent, per annum Duties of Life. Old Age Dillingham were the guests of sulted in the conversion of from day of sale, and having the force ture. Life is a book which lasts one's unand effect of a sale bond. adOJe age as it comes in the orderly Mrs. Henry Cooley, last Thurs- twenty-fou- r lifetime, but it requires wisdom to and iwenty-fou- r 10 day of Below we publish a paper prepared derstand its difficult pages. process of nature is a beautiful and WITNESS ray hand, this ditions to the church and the ' and read by Bro. Walker Bryant in February 1913 Seek net to please the world but majestic thing. It stands for experi- day. response to a subject assigned him as your own conscience. The man has a ence, knowledge, wisdom, counsel. A. D. Patteson Sheriff A. C. The party given at the home church was greatly revived. By D. S. leader of the prayer meeting in the feeling within him that he has done That is old age as it should be, but old The meeting was largely attendColumbia Baptist church on the 5th his duty upon every occasion is far age as it often is means poor digestion of Mr. Geo. Bryant, in honor of of this month. It seemed too good happier than he who hangs upon the torpid bowels, a sluggish liver and a Mr. J. C Bryant, was largely ed and the best behavior tnat Coimmissoner's Sale. not to give it to others so we insisted smiles of the great or the still general feeling of ill health, despondever was known. that it should be published and Mr. more fickle favors of the multi- ency and misery. This"in almost ev- attended. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Mr Jacob Cooper, of Fonthill, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Absher, OF KENTUCKY. Bryant reluctantly" consented. It is tudes. Life is a short day, but it ery instance is wholly necessary. full of gems ana merits the closest should be a working day, so let us do One of Chamberlain's Tablets taken 1 Eemest Burton by Miss Ruth Willis and Mr. Curtis was quietly married to Miss reading. our duty by doing what we can for immeniately after supper will improve 'his next friend William Perryman Plff. No man has to say he can do noth- ourselves, our neighbors, our coun- the digestion, tone up tne liver and Absher spent Saturday night at '.Ellender Wilson, of this place, on vs Thursday Feb. the 13th, this is ing for the benefit of mankind, who try and our God. Activity may lead regulate the bowels That feeling of Mr. W. H. Absher's. Sellar Burton &c. Deft. J pro- to evil, but inactivity will never lead despondency will give way to one of his third adventure in matriBy virtue of a Judgment and Order are less benefited by ambitious Mr. Wayne Goode, of L. W. by the fulfilment of each to good. Luck is ever waiting for hope and good cheer. For sale by of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render, jects then mony. Rev. W. J. Grimes of mans proper duties. By doing the something to turnup: Labor and do- Paull DrUg Co T. S., was a visitor of Mr. R. O. ed at the January Term, thereof, 1913, proper duty in the proper place, a ing our duty will turn somthing. Luck groom is an excelin the above cause, I shall proceed to Dillingham, the latter part oi ficiated. The man may make the world his debtor. whines, labor whistles, luck relies on offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door lent citizen and the bride is a of patient continuance in chance, labor on character. Labor is Creelsboro the week. in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bid- The results well doing, are never to be measured the duty men owes to society. Rest is fine lady, and is liked by every der, at Public Auction,on Monday the Misses Fanny Triplett, Flora by the weakness of the instrument, the duty he owes to his person, recreaone that know her. They will 3rd day of March 1913, at one o'clock by the omnipotence of Him who tion is the duty he owes to his mind. Miss Nannie Perryman hes Morris. Ehyl Curry and Mary p. m., or thereabout (being County but soon move to his farm near this Court,) upon a credit of six months blesseth the sincere efforts of obedient Wednesday evening, the 5th prayer returned from Texas where sh p Moore Misses Mattie and faith, alike in the Prince and in the meeting. place. the following described property t: Cottager. visited relatives and friends. Eva Morris last Sunday. ' Mr. Ed Brickens sold a two No mans spirit is ever hurt by doing Miss Sallie Vigle, returned Roy Five certain tracts of land, three of Miss Eula Martin visited at on the contrary, one good duty, year old heifer to V. M. Rex-ro- at said tracts containing one farm of his from Somerset, having spent home last Saturday and Sunday. action, one temptation resisted and about 21 acres, lying in Adair county overcome, one sacrifice The health of this communiuy three months with her sister, for $40. for duties or Kentucky at Yester and known as the Miss Clara Robertson visited instinct, purely for conscience sake, is very good at this time. Mr. Frank Foley and wife Mrs. Ramsey. S. C. Burton farm, the other two will prove a cordial for weak and low Misses Bertha and Audra Diltracts lying on the waters of Snake spirits, The roads in this section are visited Mr. Logan . Womack Mr. E. A. Rabon, the druggist lingham, Saturday night far beyond what either in sreek and containing one farm very bad. f diligence or diversion, or company can Tuesday night. has moved back to his home lciil42 acres and owned by S.C. Bur-a- t do for them. Miss Fannie Renfro and Mr. Lilburn Breeding's singing at the time of his death. Said There is no evil that we can not free V. M. Rexroat sold eight shoat3 here, having been for sometime 'ands are fully described by meets and or fly from, Providence Sunday evening was Alvin Humphress visited Mr. to Jeff Fox for $35.50 also sold but the conciousness of Springs. bounds in the judgment and order of duty disregards. A sense of duty a grand success. Lilburn is a Fred Humphress and sisters last two two year old heifers to V. sale. Said judgment is recorded in persues us ever. Mr. Berry Buster, who has Id is omnipotent fine singer. Order Book No. 13, page 331 of the like sutiday. Turpin for 3J cts per lb. the Deity. If we take to ourbeen on the sick list is improving. Adair Circuit Court Clerks Oilice. selves Miss Lonie Grider is visiting wings of the morning and the Mrs. Will Rice and children Mr. Jesse Tarter sold five Said 21 acre tract and the 42 acre dwell in the uttermost parts of the We are glad to see Will Jack-ma- n U. E. Stapp's this week. at will be sold separately and will tract W. A. Humphress' shoats to Jeff Fo? for S2S.30. were . well and hearty again. earth: duty performed or duty violatthen be offered together and the bid ed is with us, for our happiness or our E. Stapp sold a nice span U .T J. Shepherd, of Fonthill, or bids that bring the most money misery, in tne darkness as m the of young mules to Henry Vires Mr. Stokes, of Greasy Creek, last Friday. will be accepted. will leave for Illinois in a few is visiting Mrs. Higginbottom. lightour obligations are with us. We Farmers of this neighborhood days" For the purchase price, the purchas- cannot escape their power nor fly their of Ind., for $150. er, with approved surety or securities, presence. They are Mr. Ed Campbell, has gone to are very iousy tourning tooacco with us in this Mrs. Ellen Sullivan, has just W. Luttrell. of Dectur. must execute T5ond, bearing legal in- life, will be witli us at the close; aud A. Nashville on a business trip. terest from the day of sale until paid, in that scene ' of inconceiveabie recovered from a bad spell of plant beds, aiming tor a &lvM for $;8 each mW "and. having the force and effect of a solemnity which yet lies .further on sickness. . February the 4th at 9:30 p. m, crop. . Judgment. Bidders will be prepared ward, we shall still find ourselves sur L. B. Womack, has moved to after an illness of ten days with Mothers Can Safely Buy to comply promptly with these terms.. rounded by the conciousness of duty . Mr. and Mrs. Mont Bault have W. T. Vigle fell pneumonia, . W. A.. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Dr. King's Sew Discovery and give it to pain us whenever it has been violat- his new home which he recently asleep in Jesus. He was sixty moved to their property in this to the little ones when a'ilingand sufed, and to console us so far as God bought. Commissioner's Sale. may have given us grace to perform We are glad to fering with colds, coughs throat, or Bro- - J. E. Scott will Dreach at nine years old and was a native neighborhood. lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless it. county, and was a have Mr. and Mrs. Bault with once used, always used. Mrs. Bruce ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT There is nothing more beautiful Providence every fourth Sunday of Russell Crawford, Niagra, Mo. writes: "Dr. OF KENTUCKY. than the calm and resolute progress from now on Civil War veteran. He profess- us.. King's If ew Discovery changed our J.' W. Hadley & Elizabeth ) of an earnest spirit. The triumph of Walter Sullivan, the barber at ed religion at an early age and Hadley Plff. genius may be more dazzling; 4:he Mr. Owen Watson was visiting boy from a pale weak sick boy to the vs f picture of health." Always helps. of good,fortune may be more Columbia, was visiting his home lived a consistent member of the chances J Isom Kerns &c Df t. ' Buy it at Paull Drug Co. church. After appro- - at this place a few days ago. exciting, but neither are so interest- - here Sundy and Monday. Methodist By virtue of a judgment and .order Commissioner's Sale. of sale of Adair Circuit Court render- 1913, x 1-- 32 1-- 1-- 8 to-wi- t: thank I sub-divid- to-wi- t: to-wi- al - I " vi-it- ed to-wi- , ' I in-Russ- at-.Mr- -- .... ii jaw i! . I -- . - s. ,i 4$ j - e- - . S" iMM '- -, THE bAIR COUNTY NEWS was here Thursday and informs died from the effects of a fall us that he has been forced to while walking in her yard. Farmers of this community leave his buggy behind and make Smallpox is reported as raging are having a jolly time breaking his rounds on horseback. all over the lower Ohio Valley, s and young mules particularly among flood refuRockhouse Bottom. these cold days. gees. Mrs. C. M. Hindman spent Winchester people want $30, The health of this community last Friday at Sapo mineral well , is not very good at this writing. 000 more for their Federal-buildand seems to be well pleased Mr. Johnie Reeder, is very ing and are trying to get that with the water. Miss Laura Wil amount. son has also been attending the feeble at this writing. Harry Temple, whose feet Miss Leta Orton, celebrated well. were cut off by a Q. & C. m train The Tate & Rice sale was large- her 16th birthday last Wednes in Lexington, is dead at his ly attended, 4 mules day, Feb. 12, a few of her spechome m Danville. sold .for $402.50, 1 mare mule ial friends were present. They The Lebanon city council has and horse mule 16 hands high were, Misses Pearl, Bessie BlankT and 6 years old; sold for $375, 1 enship, Bernice, Georgia Ros3, fixed saloon license at $1,000. cow sold for 59c, hay sold for Nellie Witham, Nellie Black, The town has been "dry" since Ruth Black and Ora Smith. We May. 1907. 79c. sure had an enjoyable day and a Hogs are high and scarce It is rumored that the Q. & C. nice dinner. shops at Somerset, employing around here. Mrs. Jennie Acree, of Creels-bor- some 500 workmen, is to be movWe believe we have the railvisited her parents last ed to Danville. road tax in shape to pay now and Sunday. we are sure going to pay it, it J. G. Gholston and Samuel B 1 ankenship, Gilton, prominent Bessie Miss wil! cost us about $7.50 per huncitizens of visited the Misses Ross' Sunday McCreary county, were run over dred and be paid on 1912 assessand killed by a Q. and C. train. ment, and dear Editor let me afternoon. The roads are very bad at have just one sentence in your J. C. Hurst;, of Breathitt county present. paper, published, if the rest of republican candidate for county my letter goes to the waste baskMiss Fannie Allen, of Irish judge, was fined $75 and ten days et, Don't never issue bonds in Bottom, visited her sister, Mrs. in jail for selling whisky. your county for anything. Eliza Orton, last Saturday. Lancaster's new $35,000 schoo Mrs. Sarah Bledsoe returned building will be completed by I will close and try this over if itdon't go to the waste basket. home last Thursday from a April 15. Congressman Stanley week's visit with the Jackman will make the dedicatory address Surprise Your Friends brothers. Jessamine Institute,' at For four weeks regularly use Dr. Mr. Bill Jackman has about reKing's Uew Life Pills. They stimuonce historic but in latlate the liver, improve digestion, re- covered from a severe a'ttack of ter years used as an apartment move blood impuritities, pimples and pneumonia fever. house, burned, entailing a loss of eruptions disappear from your face Hatcher 9 ' OLD IDEAS ARE 1 POSHED ASIDE Must Have Contact How One County Is Solving the district Trustee Problem Sub-- 5 corn-stalk- ( Schools With Activity ot People, The weak or the strong point in each and every rural school in our state is the subdistrlct trustee. If a strong, thoroughly interested man Is elected everything is well, but if a careless, indifferent man holds the office the school Is in bad shape. A good trustee means a clean, comfortable building, a competent teacher and some interest on the part of the general public. A poor trustee means a badly kept building, a second or third rate teacher and a lack of interest by the neighborhood. Monthly Report of Trustee's Visit "WHY NOT TRAIN FOR LIFE?" Nicholas County. Kv.. one-year-o- ld Higher Grades Are More Than Mere Incubators For Embryo Lawyers, Doctors, Teachers and Preachers. Domestic Science and Domestic Arts. Schools will attract and bold the attention of the public in proportion to their contact with the everyday life and activity of the people. The old idea of a high school being an incubator for embryo lawyers, doctors, teachers and preachers is being pushed aside. The school people the real, live, wide awake school people have seen this proposition clearly for some time, but they have been afraid of what the general public might think. The public has sensed that there was something out of gear in our school machinery, but it was afraid of what the education expert might say. And so the public ajid the school people have been seesawing. Boys and girls welcome any study t that tastes of everyday life and activity. The little girl in the lower grades mothers her doll, makes her clothes and mends them ind cooks wonderful dinners on a homemade stove of brick out in the back yard. She keeps house and plays her part in a mimic world because it is (ho only outlet for what she sees of t':e activities of the world In which s''e is eventually to take her place. The years slip by. and she is ready for .'ie high school. She must put her do.i aside, and she can no longer with dignity cook on the brick stove in the back yard. Her own feeling would prompt her to go forward in sewing, cooking and the other household arts, but she is in a high school in which no such course is offered, so she loses an interest that had been part of her life and development. If she happens to find such a course in the high school the chances are that it is for a single period each day, and her credits named for graduation would lOofi, f f m " Dateof Visit lJL I J , Forenoon .... Afternoon X". Number Girls Present O month Number Boy V0 present..!... Number GirU Tardj during month... O -- .. Number Bon farty dunns w Teacher neit and rid.? 1 , Condition of schoolroom vi Uit..M.,,.-.- ; Did children Were children neat and according -- tidy' J march to and from classes? to program tvfcJ Did each child recite dunnc recitation tj. jv lJ Sf' Were classes called Did children stand to recite! ...,.Do they have singing at morning exercises' l taxi y"Q I the Bible or Story of the Bible read 7 tl t moraine exercises' Hf-parents during the month? "ork 'aught Fndat How many visits afternoo-- How many visits made o, J of teacher to parents during the month Did you ?.!7L, Is schoolhouse propertv righted7 ULJ Heated7 League, no ..7a exaninr the teacher's record -- Has the school a School Improvement if so how many meetings during the CSMh J What has the League bought during the month? fhU . V . I s there any instruction Remarks in agriculture? LiL4j ..... .... , .. ..... ..w. This r to certify that J-- I have visited m ScVmi Divnlon j4J - t. No C..-- . I, hours and find school as abovp stated A,- - fafiOjlZ&L .Sub-Truste- e. This report must r mailed ti. the County Superintendent within three" days after date of Yi3it Nich-olasvill- e, and body and you feel better. Begin at once. Buy it at Paull Drug Co. Dirigo. $15,000. King's New Discovery. Soothes irritated throat and lungs, Joseph R. stops chronic and hacking cough, reDr. Take no other; once used, always elect authorized the statement Evan Loy bought a yoke of used. Buy it at Paull Drug Co. that he is a candidate for Secreoxen from Mose Wooten for $65. tary of the Senate. On Second Thought. Wilson, of Nashville, brother of the Presidentlieves tickling throat, tastes nice. tve County 2oard. of Sducation, of Hicolas County. monthly reports Sentucicy, agree to examine carefully Sub- - District Trustee of enc sent in by District, and to assist tem in any nay possible to put schools on a "higher basis. Te also agree to pay eac Trustee 25 cents an vour, not to exceed V-rours,,for tfceir official visit once a rnontv, for a terra of six months term is extended longer. 5e County Board sall unless Trustee tras for. neglect of duty, unless t'--o office vacant and appoint legally presented, declare TTe, C0U1ITY BOARD CONTRACT. te t"-- e teir Fub-Distr- ict ee te another. te Sub-Distr- ict Signed t He also bought several hogs at 51 cents. Mose Wooten has installed a new saw mill at this place, and is preparing to put in a grist mill also. G. G. Campbell who has been on the sick list for some time, is better at this writing. was here last week buying cattle and hogs. He bought a yoke of oxen from R. 0. Stotts for $65 and a calf R. K. Young The mere fact that a man is the father of six children entitles him to your sympathy. An even trade is one in which a goat is exchanged for a parrot. The disreputable- looking relatives always attend the funeral. The distinguished relatives often absent themselves. old-fashion- The Nevada House of Repre- sentatives yesterday passed the bill lengthening the time of residence before a divorce can be obtained in the State from six months to one year. I7e,'tte WMte Sub Trustees of Ho. having been duly elected and sworn District ice, "lib" Div. into off ereDV agree to visit our school at least once a month not less tan one our for our official visit. I agree to examine carefully according to printed list of instructions questions furnished by the County Superintendent and and to write a correct report ana nail-t.same to County Superintendent witMn treo days after said v it. vor this official visit eac raont I v "5 nt3 an our not to exceed tree -- ours am'tovrece jntviy for any r o SUB TRUSTEE COIITRACT. to -- visit, Signed The Commonwealth and a number of citizens have joined in a suit at Lexington to restrain, the Cumberland and Home Telephone Eph Wiley says the Companies from carrying out plan of training a boy their merger deal. with a club has never been imed The above contracts and reports tell their own story. In Nicholas county a number of uninterested trustees have been automatically dropped and interested men put in their place. WHY NOT GET BUSY WITn THEM EVERYWHERE IN THE STATE? from W. A. Janes for $12. proved upon. A a LIVE HIGH St'HOOl.. ' i was It probably is true that mar But so, for stricken with paralysis some riage is a failure. ten days ago, is still no better. that matter, is remaining single. After trying everything else Filmore Sparks was here last week buying cattle and hogs. unsuccessfully people often reHe bought a yoke of aged cattle sort to prayer. fromG. G. Campbell for $70. You will have noticed in the He also bought a number of hogs event hat you have had experifrom different parties at 51 ence with them that when a wocents. man stops to threaten she never Mrs. Jane Campbell, who has screams. been sick for the past three Finding a hair on the collar of is some better at this a man's coat indicates nothing weeks, W. J. Campbell, The Boys' Corn Club Boys Are Getting Busy Testing Their Seed Corn who writing. Born to the wife of Dean Akers on the 9th, a daughter. G. W. Brockman and John Parrish were here last week engaging hogs for April delivery. Crit McKinney and wife of Iowa, Luster McKinney of Oklahoma, and D. T. McKinney, of Indiana, have been visiting relatives here for the past two weeks. 9 A protracted meing is in progress at this place conducted by Revs. J. C. Campbell, T. J. Campbell, Joe Stotts, Millard ' Stotts, Gwin Smith and T. L. Jesse. Well did you ever see such roads in Adair county? In this section they are almost, impassable. Our old friend, S. C Neat, who travels for one of the leading grocery firms of Louisville, It does seem odd that more farmers and their sons have not done seed liatli testing in the years that have passed and saved themselves any amount of ematies. Sbe is anxious to wt full credit for her labor. o she take a worryinand bother and loss of time and money: Last season a number of the the clubs used shelled seed corn that was bought or furnished them topic for which she has no real liking boys l"iccrt::inty of the immediate, IN OTHER WORDS, OUIt I1KJII and learned to their sorrow that it was poor seed. Their htand of corn was " miserable, and at the very outst of the ontet their chances for a prize was "fc is looked upon by many men SCHOOLS AKE PUTTING A I'UK gone. r..."airs, as a blockade to enter---1 mium urox WOHK WHICH HAS Many of the boys in c and business prosperity, and SOME MENTAL AND CULTURAL ,are busy these winter 'the boys' corn clubs have learned their lesson and days. Some of them are prize winners . blockade is now quite apparent-Tnghou- t VALUE INSTEAD OE COMMON. EV- sons; others are the fellows that have shut their teeth hard and of other seaare soing to ERYDAY HOME VALUE. the channels of trade, j At the Henderson high school both try again. Both kinds are going to test their coin xu that there will be no Presidential Election; the domestic science and domestic arts for chance of a stand that will have to be replanted. of Congress with no fixed1 girls and manual training for boys have The boys are using old boxes that can bo cut down to the required size or ur ose; Organized Labor as a new been given a very prominent place in ' they are making boxes from any old lumber that is lying about the farm to act r in politics; together with the course of study. The school is now use for their testing boxes. Nothing line or especially good looking is neces- Just shallow box about 10 by l." inch". U all that is needed to test othtr matters of greater or less offering a three year course, and a j sary. 100 to a1,"0 from ears of corn. These boxes ran "- - made and the corn tested Import, represent at this time a! fourth will be added next September now, while there is tin danger of its getting in ih a.ij or any of the spring is a four year course that calls for :haotic .conflict of separate inter- - Jt e periods each day in rush work. ests, to harmonize which is now the' two The nails which are driven into the edge of the box are an inch apart, so the week, that real, strong, helpful, problem before the country. that string may be drawn neross from both directions Each s piare inch practical work may be "accomplished. except that he probably is A.11 want Prosperity, Peace and Too much of our school work has been Plenty. Read with care the Cin- - theory, and we must have time enough troubled with dandruff. Jcinnati Enquirer, a .journal thatj for the practical side of domestic sciNo set of rules works all the prints an u.c r.yr, eaen any irm ence and manual .training. Two years of this course, the fresh every co:rrcrc:;J center time. The great detective who man and the junior years, are used for v.crM. A barometer of the died not long ago and left a for- cau:es and eficc'.J that-point:i;t, sewing, pattern making, designing and a study of cloths arid materials of va tune of three million dollars got as a Beacon Lirht, t!c drr- cr and rious kinds. It is the aim of this the safeguard thcrefrcir. work it by meddling, with other peo- As well kncv.u, the I2r.il I'n- - design toa have a girl strong enough to garment or plan a wardrobe iquirer is the larcert in ;.- rd rationally, to alter a paitern that doe ple's business. highest priced" paper in the I ., -- O) not fit or suit her. In a course ot lunch-countersays one iStates, yet cheapest,' measured ' y j study of 'one period per day f his would ''The . be impossible, but' with eighty minutes of the advertisements, "is the., quality and quantity. r ' The Weekly Enqui-?cVhe1 each day of her school year at a sewcause of dyspepsia, indigestion, 'cream and digest of ah rhe r.' ing table results can be gotten. i n ' In domestic science the work is rath-e- r jable and conservative eu.catarrh y of the stomach and SI'ROFTED SEED CORN out of the ordinary in that It seams ;market reports," a:.c' so thoroughly commonplace and so outlined by the strings is enough snace in which to ninnt siv pmino c ,.,. heart disease." The lunch count suits from Government ard :" usable in the home HfCfliat most of us j and that is enough to determine whether an ear of corn will do for seed or not ,l er seems to oe getting over into Experiment Stations, .i have to live 3G3 days in the year. v. in selecting tne grains troni each ear of corn that is to be tested remember matters, . There is nothing that is fancy, but a that a grain should be taken from each of the different parts of the ear. This the cigarette's territory. literature, shortand cc'ntint-.e"- '' very great deal about breads of va- of course means running from butt to tip and around the iesnon-sectai:r- n sermons, rti . al rious kinds, yeasts, baking powders, ence. As the six grains selected from .the ear are placed in entire circumferthe moist earth inf jrmation, ct., with the o. News Notes. the care tf sinks, refrigerators, etc. or sand, mark the square and the ear with the same number so you will iof fill matters of ccan'Ial or i : n- - As. one gobs through this high school know which ears to keep and which to discard. When your toting box looks as far advanced as the one in the photo it morjhty, is the CI:.. : st! and sees the girls at this work there feeling that many of them are will be matter Northern Presbyterians are UCwIy family' Journal obtal.. .' a. is the saved from the disappointment strong, an easy plants for f to decide which ears to keep for seed. If six to be -,e healthy come from the six grains planted you' have a perfect is al wc-tEa:h tlr: je that comes to most young housekeep- ear of seed corn. building a $15,000 church at Har- c? . year's s ub If four have come it is questionable. Less than four means "in. only half a stand at planting time, and the ear must be discarded. ; Jjkors for ub?enpticns naice ers. lan. That this work in Henderson appeals The boys who are members of the boys' corn clubs of Kentucky have a .iome profit unci i::crec . :ne to the girls is "shown by the fact that made' their fathers and their big brothers who thought they jmew everything' Burglars entered the room of g i inaenr-- of The Enqu'":tr in i out of a total enrollment of 126 girt about corn growing sif' up and take, notice. There Is still a chance to teach Maj. G. W. Drye and stole $135 t of morality and industry, eighty-seve- n rre taking doriiestic sci- them the value of the corn tester, so let each and every corn club boy test his ence or domestic arts. .js.rlvrrnie'U and t seed corn this spring. IF' THE BOYS WHO ' GREW ONE HUNDRED . , in cash. ' MAY MANY SUCH BE FOUND IN BUSHELS TO THE ACRE THINKT IT PAYS TO .TEST. THEIR SEED v .r term? ":te ;o. THE STATE IN THE NEXT PEW CORN. HOW ABOUT. YOU? .o!:..r-ii.i:i- I t K . Mrs. George Bruce,of Danville, "A?SE AND REMEDY.! be greater for Latin, (ioru an j , 'he s .r.-rt- I J , I forty-minut- thr-ih-o- ut " - i I ," - -- tory "- f l j-or- e h cy -- .rnni ware . YEARS- - S- -- vV i r . ?&r . r-- m A TBE ADAIR COUNT a f uturergeneration!that. far surpasses their present sacrifices to h published Every Wednesday aid the present out of the mire ' BY THE of mud and other disagreeable unwilling Adair County News Company. conditions. They are to leave to posterity substantial ( Incorporated.) improvements, good property CHAS. S. HARRIS Editor. values and active industries i? accompanied by a sma'l amount 3& m OemocratJc newspaper deroted to the Cityof ColumWaand thte people of original cost. They prefer to the adjacent comities. Adair entail it with mud and depression; cramped opportunities and e as Evared at the Columbia eiaas mall matter. inactivity, simply to avoid a JI it reasonable oougation. misieaaing, FEB., 26, 1913 deductions come from their theories, none of which are supportANNOUNCEMENTS ." ed by facts or figures neither warr. nted by the experience of Fcr Coonty Judge. i' v. other counties or communities! yWs are authorized to announce where good roads have been timtTANNEBrOTTLEYisa candi-lt- e for Judge of the Adair County built by intelligent and honest Court, subject to the expression of methods, supported by a bond isDemocrats at the August primary, sue. An effort to prejudice may serve the purpose of delay and V, c Me authorized to annouues Dr. cripple the movement for the Iff. M. fclAXmOK. nf Cantt Ysdlev. a ?Mki ifBdihtfnrJndiP r.f th a a fti t time being. b"t when the real ISRr County Court, subject to the Demo facts are properly understood it cratic voters who will express their will move in"an intelligent way t&oic at the August primary.' its blessings to perform. FOR SHERIFF., The picture of Taylor counTEH?ADWR-GOUHTY-NEWS -of BEWS .f W w ?ww JFFg" .ZTl k"- - feaSK wj -- Ls 3K 11' MJ Post-ottc- ec-- 1 . 1 -.- ! " JL Brlnlev O sborne Disc H arrows. Field Seeds the Best at Lowest Prices The Jeffries Hardware .Co ' i ; f-- . r' i and misrepresented, should not life of a country as it does in m furnish food for any' intelligent the spiritual. man against our proposition. In The assertion that county Si a similarity exists, un- bonds must be marketed through mvLxy. 1913 EE no wise fortunately Taylor county took heavy discounts and brokerage, We are authorized to announce A. A IH MILLER a candidate for Sherill of heavy stock in railroad building and that less than half of their Vr'iih ihs Lata: t Izriprovsmerits, This Is the Adair county, suhjecfc to the Demo- and failed to hold her interest value would be realized by the High Wire Fencing Made. Bar None cratic primary to be held in August. at par in the enterprise, became county is not warranted by facts e exrerr-.-n- ts, deBased on to make the best fence. cided improvements have been made in a victim of: circumstances that nor supported by conditions in '"Pittsburgh Perfect" We are authorized to announce "Pittsburgh Perfect." AS MADE TO- in We now produce and our own furnaces entire financial interests, any county where the money is mills from the BURT EPPERSON, of Mtmtpelier, a lost her DAY, it is so far superior to any other ere to the finished product. We know candidate for the Democratic nomina- receiving nothing for her heavy as to place it in a class to be invested in substantial tion for Sheriff of Adair County, subThese improvements concern the qual- everything is right from start to finish. obligations save disappointment and permanent improvements. ject to the August primary. These facts positively insure your inity of wire, construction and galvanizing and the good that comes indiJailer. three vital points that must be right vestment in "Pittsburgh Perfect." The limitations of law make rectly to every section from the county bonds guilt-edgThey Made in Different Styles for HELD, FARM. RANCH. LAWN. To the Democrats of Adair County, operation of such enterprises. IVOQ VHiara.Ill.eea CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD end GARDEN are not only good but no safer, I' hereby announce my candidacy for atAsk your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade Jailer of Adair County subject to the Under such circumstances dividend yielding securities" are you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. action of Democrats in the August tempted repudiation, costly as it offered investors. We are in-- j "Pittsburgh Perfect" Brands of Barbed Wire; primary. If nominated, I will use all If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twilled may be, inevitably follows, and formed by a leading attorney of 1 Cable Wire: Hard Spring Ceil Wire; Fence for FREE copy ef cur ALMANAC, 1913 honorable meaDs m my power to adStaples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire vance )ie interest of my associates in this instance the people of this town, that the law requires ' Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Pittsburgh Steel Co. Roofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Tics; "Pittsand if elected will discharge the that county were not an excepburgh Perfect" Fencing. AH made of Open Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania such bonds to bring their face Hearth material. duties of the oJjice impartially, I ask no value, done tion They have your support. and even without this no Yours truly S. G. Denny. worse than others would do un one need doubt a 20 or 25 year der similar circumstances, but at' non taxable bond bearing 41 or We are authorized to announce decided to lift the em 5 BELL a candidate for Jailer, last have Der cent., interest selling be The danger of such a movesubject to the acjbjpn of the August bargo and to do it in one year. low 100 cents to. the dollar. We ment can only be seen by the primary. Not meaning to criticise or to dis- know of a county in Virginia ability of conditions in that coun- that sold more than a half mill- most fearful. The We. are authorized to announce cuss the this county to handle this propOliver Willis a candidate for the ty, but merely to refute the the- ion dollar bond issue at par. The New Remedy For osition ought not to be disputed, DemoGratip nomination for Jailer of ory of our alarmists those who another that placed over $300,- - and on such a small levy that no Adair CGunty, subject to the action Bronchitis Tuberculosis of the Democrats of this county in the picture intolerable conditions to 000 slightly above par. These one would be materially affected. August primary. come from bonding and building counties' have spent the money Birmingham. Ala., Jan. 6. 1913. Only one argument against bondTo whom it May Concern: COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT county, we have building roads in our roads at an average cost ing should be seriously taken I was pronounced to be in the last Stage of tuberculosis when Dr. W. F. Black firat called on me. several months aifo. I was fiaving hemorrhages lasting several hours above' remarks and do of 3 made the times the cost of such roads each timeand was sinking fast, I had been given up by other physicians, when. Dr. We are authorized to announce the follow- in this section. As a result land and that rests in the manner in Black began his treatment. After two or three treatments he succeeded in stopping not hesitate to make PROF. TOBIAS IIUFFAKER a canthe hemorrhages. I had a very bad cough and got little or no rest. My cough also bewhich the money would be spent. didate for Superintendent of Public ing assertion: gan to get better and finally left me entirely. My family, as well as myself, give Dr. j yalues have advanced, new life Certainly graft and costly misBlack credit for saving my life. Schools of Adair county, at the NoRegardless of her bonded in put into the country and the During the past few days I have had Dr. C. M. Rudolph and Dr. Joe G. Moore, promivember election. takes would be confined to an nent physicians of Birmingham, Ala., make thorough examination, and the7 state debtedness, in spite of the fact cry of the croaker hushed. The that I have now no lung troublesum, if their existm We are authorized to announce ELI that more effort has been made I would consider it a pleasure to answer any communication regarding myself, especundervaluation of county bonds, ence should appear at all, for ially if I can be the means of helping others by telling them what Dr. Black's Medicine STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate obli has done for me. for the Democratic nomination foi to avoid the paying of her the heavy discounts and excess- thosR haviner it in charce would My address is 2204 Oakland Ave., Birmingham Ala., and I can be seon there at any County School Superintendent sub gations than to pay them, her time, and I would be glad to give anyone a personal interview. ive brokerage in marketing them be under the closest scrutiny. ject to the oction of the August pri (signed) MRS. R. L. NEESE. agricultural and industrial inter need not create a doubt as to the Subscribed and Sworn to before me. this, the 15th day of January. 1013. mar'. officials and road engiThat the .IAS. M. RuSSELL, Notary Public. ests are much better tnan in ability of this county to sell a My commission expires April 1914. neer would make an honest and FOR SENATOR. this county. The volume of bus $75,000 bond issue for $75,000 in Fjr Kurtlierlnformjiticrv VcldreMt faithful accounting, can hardly emerpnse muic cash where the county backs it We are authorized to announce E. iness be questioned, buch a movs M. COX, of Albany, a candidate lor pronounced, and a brighter fu- up with $2,866,000 worth of taxwould not only leave this county 1201-- 2 First NatM Bank BId$. Senator in this the 10th Senatorial ture is dawning. Unfortunate able property and the State 100 miles of valuable road, but district subject to the action of the Nashville, Tenn. as the county has been in her morally guaranteeing the obligaRepublican party in the August leave every dollar spent in the efforts to develop, to provide en- tion. Seventy-fiv- e thousand county with those who work and terprise and share in their bless dollars, supplemented by indiFOR ASSESSOR. furnish material. The pictures sue of $200,000,000 to aid the pear to be the root of all evil m ings, and while her development vidual contributions, the same of woe are founded in a mis or later such a Mexico. We are authorized to announce R.A has been reduced to the mini- rjrinciDle applied to building guided conception of Adair coun- States. Sooner WAGGENER a candidate for the course will be taken and then, by mistakes, yet this coun- roads as was used to build Democratic nomination for Assessor mum ability, the unwillingness of and not till then, will our county's No body wants to Mexicanize of Adair county subject to tne action ty has made a more costly error bridges, would give the people many to meet a just share of try bloom as .the rose. ' this country at the present of the August primary. and still refuses to correct it by of this county100 miles of numprogressive public expense and pursuing-th- e same old policies ber one road. A. 25 year 5 per n desire to follow the course of Spain has never impressed the .We are authorized to announce JAKE CHELF a candidate for Assess' that have deadened energy, kept cent., issue wduld cost $6750 anleast resistance, regardless of world as a true One of theleding products of or of Adair county, subject to the ac- out industrial enterprises, de- - nually. Carrying this for 25 where it leads. people and her descendents. tion of the Democratic voters of saidJstroyed much of its "natural Mexican export is Presidents. years and putting the sinking county, expressed at the August pri bond proposition is misun- close as they are to the greatest The wealth, held down values' and fund at 4 percent., the county derstood, and sooner or later it Republic, are incapable of mainmary robbed its citizenship;qf a large would emerge from its .obliga ar.VN.V- will be accepted. The black- taining peace. The possibilities r of its most progressive per cent., MUNfcY Mg?r jv" tions with the blessings of its" berry or buttermilk theory, the of Mexico are great if true gov love of young manhtfod. ".The THE BOND PROPOSITION. good roads ana" $48,800 in earn- fearful picture of hopeless in- ernment could be secured. money is the root of all evil;" ings to its credit. A levy of 25 debtedness, and the assertion of Five davs from the date of spiritually blights and cents will yield $8165. After Our invitation to discuss the applied We tell yon now. and pay best market costly marketing are not' meant paper until Woodrow Wilprices. We are dealers; established by a bond ruins, administered to the com- paying interest on bonds, provid- to stear tbis county from troub- this building of good roads in 1836; and can do BETTER for yon than agents or commission merson will be inaugurated Presiissue has brought to the front mon good, to public advance- ing sinking fund and paying exchants. References any bank in Loubeyond. We not only favor dent of the United States. isville. Write for weekly price list. several who seem to see much ment, its evil effects, its destroy- pense of collection a balance of le H. &SABEL & SONS KT. building roads, county bonds for 33 L Markat Si. LWSmLE. danger to the dear people by ing force as trulyleayes destruc- - $1089 would be, left to .the road but a State tax to aid the counDealers in rUKb, Hiuti, v.ul. e Greed for power andJhe lack buying good roads on reasonable ties and a government bond is- - of power to maintain greed ap- time, and manifest an interest in ticn in the industrial- and social fund. i We are authorized to announce S. H MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, of Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of said county, expressed at the August pri- - ty's bonded condition, magnified Pitt stesiL jm Perfect fence long-timby-itsel- : e. I PJ . j &&j LU-TI1E- R i Black's Pulmonic Syrup and I i I - Black's Distributing Agency I self-governi- ng i A-kTs- n " TflJGRS227-2- -- - y :. ", ... f X c THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS From. North Carolina. schools; fellow with fourteen children, eighteen dogs but no horses, cattle or hogs go while a i HOT BISCUIT 3 S$p tne man wastiDurn, with whom I board, is thirty-eiuyears of age and is worth $0,GOO in realty, bank stock and merchandise. His influence,. helped to carry the tax. Of am old ani hz i.".cv. s of jv, i. ' winders have whitenzc ngr naxa, out a;j a& a course is able to do without the S & lusty winter, frosty but UrdlyJfer mmmmmx to brighten. r public schools himself. He is, m- tht CrtT?r has lightened Tbs disastrous effects of .the alro, 2ii enthusiast for good' m You are awuuv: 3515.000. This makes three fine ""P"?f o Elza, GeirgSa. ' "K ogg&er wit, leth roads. Last week he had 398 bride Rtfhbol buildings we have part of her population heavy loads of ston6( turf and with' a splendid corps of teachers jargyo. EJiior Adair Count News, has'ceiuirfly been against her- sand hauled in one day for the I 1:, Thry 3v- - yj'zs " and our schools are second to u Tibia, Ky. You do mors wo. material development. public thoroughfare leading from non in the State. It may 'be of Raise better crop. 1 f The clamor is now for a srx Bostic to Sunshine, N. C. Make mor i.'.o.vsy. Having befen away interest t soirie uf my friends to I months tern of public school, ' Such public spirit is worth Will You Enjoy Your Ati.. i'jr quite awhile, I know that I have a boy old and for compulsdry attendance 'oiB any community. Sold by ite to your progres-- enough to be in one of these for three months by all pupils much to decided to This is not a reflection on roads good schools. :vi paper. between seven and fourteen and conditions in Kentucky; for i We are also building a nice I am spending this winter, as I years ot age. I don't live there and it does city pavilion "Just opposite the They keep all kinds Oliver repairs in stocK did last, in the grand old state of politics .for a long not concern me. Partisan fnew hiffh school hmldinor. to Georgia, in a pleasant winter cli- -; time jeopardized the educational About all the good my corres$10,000 and will be about mate. This State has Kentucky cost fYlaoa'l'c Kiif nari-io' sro nnnr pondence tc our paper seems to 140 ft hy 10ft eaten clear oi;t of sight. There about as unanimous for better effect, is, a tter now and then The city owns its own light and as scarcely been any weather prices, longer terms, from some iriend and school water work, qur water is 98 , per , here this winter that could have Al teachers, and more efficient su- mate of An1 Lang Syne. cent, pure anu we nae me uest been called winter weather. lighted city anywhere, our main pervision. An indr idual letter has about Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. The boys go to school without Two little of the money alstreets are as light at night as the effect of being addressed to their coats, and oats are geen like day. We have no Negroes or In- ready appropriated goes to an Eg ytian mummy, or the spring of the year. preacher, under present condi- Sphinx. dians. We have churches of alr I am teaching in the South tions, and too much sticks to fin- most all denomination. We have I have always cherished tender eastern part of the State, sixty 27 2ers of some supernumerary. miles of sewer, 41 miles of wat- memories of Kentucky, and of of or seventy miles South-weOne blight on affairs of this course er mains and 65 miles of cement I hallow the associations Savannah. We have a paid fire State was maladministration of of former friends. side walk. On January 6th, I began teachThis created department which is the pride of Reconstruction. My earnest hope is to meet all pupils ing and have eighty-tw- o such a race prejudice, that some of them again all our people. Blackwell is the that are still abidenrolled, with a daily attendance would rather have ing millinery cen- moss-bac- k largest grain and in The Old Kentucky Home. or sevenat present of sixty-fiv- e their children denied educational I noticed that my instructor in ter in northern Oklahoma. ty, and am receiving $65.00 per This city is surrounded by the advantages than to see a "nig- minstrelsy, J. C. Yates, referred A Car Of people are sociable month. The ger" become literary. However, to me in his communication. I best agriculture country in Oklaand pleasant. homa. We are near the center as time heals all wounds, people am by no means a professional; This is a fine agricultural secof Koy County which is recog- are becoming interested; and The but have won coin of the realm as South. A boy, fourtion for the nized as the best county in the Farmer's Union, The Juniors, a fiddler, in contests; and can teen years of age, who was one State. We are on the Sante Fe the leading teachers and the carry a tune with my vocal of my pupils last year, took five & Frisco R. R., with branches press, are doing much to create chords and not have it in a tin prizes in the "Boy's 'Corn nice leading in six different directions, sentiment for more general dif-- bucket with a top on it and a Main was Club" exhibition. Farmers are making connection with all main!fusion of knowledge. ball to it. taking more interest in relation lines. With this awakening comes al sold for two So, you see,friend Jim Cager, to crops than formally, and as a so a demand for intensive farm- your work was We have a brick factory runas bread cast result are raising more corn, oats ning day and night (burn them ing and good roads. by Wood upon waters. and humorous crops than before. with gas) and cannot supply the For two hundredyears a system MelvinL. White. If not providintially hindered, Blackwell demand. has been in vogue something like Town I will be back in Kentucky the We have a splendid climate,, the one that prevailed in Ken- latter part of June. LOUISVILLE MARKETS not so for south as to be in tucky forty years ago. on to With best wishes the excessively hot section and That is to elect a man overseer Samuel L. Coffey. yet out of the severe blizzards of who never saw'a good road, and Latest Quotations on Live Stock is the north. We have only had let him "warn" the young men Blackwell, Oklahoma. between the ages of eighteen and one snow this winter. HOGS to bring axes, hoes, We can live cheaper here than forty-fiv- e Editor News:Choice 210 up 8.75 in the north or east, and have all shovels and hound dogs to put a Mediums, 165 to 210 7.65 As my mini is in a Pigs 6.50 few ''brush" in the road. reminicent mood, and thinking these things that make life worth .Roughs...7.00 The result is, no roads and living. perhaps some of my boyhood GRAIN. ' The prospects for a wheat crop very little civilization. friends would like to hear from 105 are finest I have seen since I The only way to get a decent Wheat this part of the world, I will try came to this country twelve years Corn 80 Wocxclson'Lewis highway, is to have ic surveyed and tell them somethingof Okla- ago. CATTLE by a road engineer, and then homa, and especially Blackwell. Shipping steer long and But for fear this is to $7.00S.50 man, Mower built and maintained by convict Beef steers .'. . v5.506.50 In the first place we have all will find the waste basket I will labor and taxation. Fat heifers and cows ....'.:. 4256.00 ' Engime the natural gas we can use for ring off with kindest regards I Cutters y.004.00 The poorer a man is here, the Canners 2.00(a)3.00 lighting and heating, and for the am, John S. Grissom. worse he is "agin" that proceed- - Bulls 3.254.00 use of factories of every kind. 4.255.75 He is liable to six days Feeders ure. Stockers There seems to be no limit to the 3.755.50 work as minimum time: and Choice milch cows supply. It is very nice to get up Common to fair cows . . . more at an emergency call. in the morning and light your SHEEP AND LAMBS His road tax would be perhaps fire in the stove or heater and fifty cents to a dollar; but he is Best 5.00 6.00 then pay no more attention to it 9 like the fellow who saw the big Culls Iambs 3.005.00 during the day, and there is no Egg money is the easiest and quickest a snake in the show. He killed Fatsheep money in the poultry industry. If you are GREENSBURG, KY: smoke, no ashes and no cinders going to make eggs your specialty, you u the anacanda and when the showLocal Market. to contend with. The gas has should look well into the matter before man said the snake, cost $1,000 purchasing stock or eggs for hatching. attracted factories from all over Heavy laying strains are not accidents. he said; "No matter, if he cost That quality is bred in the stock. If the the country. We have already industry appeals to "fancy" side of the $10,000, I kills 'em whenever I " you, buy stock and eggs bred ! imiiB in i Bostic, Feb., 16, 1913. "agin" it, and often defeat the Editor News: Just to promote the gayety of measure. The district in which nations, I shall contribute some- I live voted a generous tax and thing from this neck of the old twenty-seve,for, and five n . North State. " against it. &. j I fui and easily made As is usual at' this time of year I am engaged in teaching with assistance of my t daughter. Pearl. . r North Carolina has languished lor a long time in illiteracy; but her educational skies have begun jn. ht II a - " . t rr W I ; - Oliver P REED & MILLER, Column i J i a -- 1 better Bugg ses Surreys Runaboui L . j st Ls E,erry Blocked Greensburg Kentucky, Load Sells Buggies Saturday. o Saturday June 22nd. Street Greensburg hours with Buggies Lewis, During the dy Marshall called clear the street. What t the cause of these PhenominaJ Sales. Styles - - Quality, and Easy Riding. REMEMBER, the Gasoline theBuggjr and Binder man, the the Fariru man, ! Implement man. EASIEST Money for the show My strain of 35.00-45.- 00 15.00-35.- 00 . WOODSON LEWIS 3.00-4.- 00 To-da- y. contracted with two glass factories ana a woven wire factory to locate here, and they will employ over 500 "men. Others are going to locate here, and it looks like we are going to grow from a" town of 4500 to a city twice that size or even greater. Last year we built a high school building that cost $65,000 and it in evis a beauty and ery particular. We also builded a fine Ward building costing up-to-da- ring. Single Comb White LEGHORNS Is a combination of the blood lines from three of the largest and most .successful egg farms in the United States'. They have been bred solely for eggs, and have shown remarkable records during the last two winters. Any old hen will lay in the spring and early summer. If by mail, add 15c for postage and packing. Place your orders early. finds;'em." A fool fights taxation, no matter how beneficent its features.;.! The same conditions existr, 4 Eggs e " ..-,-- - 16 8 t 6 .,.-y Hens.- - Herman C Tafel 236 W. Jefferson, St. Chickens Cocks . .. . & .- -. .. , j- - 8 01.-- . 15 EGGS FOR 75 . O. te Russell Columbia, Ky. among fools, as to cause of ed-- ( VjetJotJ v-.ucation. Ducks A man who can't read, whose, Wool spring clipping'. ..". . father and grandfather could Hides (green) , . is very hostile to tax. Feathers ,t.' ' Bankers, railroad corporations, Ginseng Beeswax '..:,.'.... cotton mill men and other cit. . . : . ., . .J:L :, . '.. Yellow Root. izens of wealth, vote taxes cheerfully for good roads' and good May Apple (per lb) not-read-- Turkeys....... ..... :............ v. ...... i r, ,t-- jarti., k.' j. -- , 8 -- 13 O Louisville, Ky AH " , 7 21 12 45 5 50 JJji 25 3 25 2 Telegraph Instrm Telophone Medical Things Electa Write for Wireless Telegraph? Pamphlet ., " ? tc i. i i Electric Light s i - L ! "i THE ADAIK- - COUNTY NEWS Reflections of a Bachelor. A girl is never afraid to' flirt with a man unless he isn't dan- A Permanent Cure For 5??xieex! Chronic Constipation Although those may dispute it who have not tried it, yet thousands of others, who speak from personal experience, assert that there is a permanent "?"re for chronic constipation. Some testify they were cured for as little as ity cents, years ago, and that the trouble never came back on them, while others admit they took several bottles before a steady cure was brought about. The remedy referred to is Dr. Syrup Pepsin. It has been on the market for over a quarter of a century and has been popularized on its "merits, by one person telling another. The fact that its strongest supporters are women and elderly people the ones most persistently constipated makes it regarding certain that the as a permanent cureclaimsconstipation it for have not been exaggerated. It is not violent like cathartic pills, salts or waters, but operates gently, Cald-well's gerous. Being in love never made anybody a reputation for sanity. A man hates so much to show WEEKLY GOURIER -J- OURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a Na donal 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 PNEUMONIA ! left me with a frightful cough aud very weak. J had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, out l was completely curea Dy without griping and without shock to the system. It contains tonic properties that strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that in time medicines of all kinds can be dispensed with and nature is again solely relied on. Among the legions who testify to these facts are J. F. Blankenshlp, Sharon, Tenn., and Beulah L. Rogers, Kosmosdale, Ky., and they always have a bottle of it in the house, for it is a reliable laxative for all the family from infancy to old age. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying It In the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one -- dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. "W.B. Caldwell, 405 .Washington St., Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. pride about his brains that he does it about his whiskers. A man can begin to get pretty fond of his wife if she's far ' enough away on a visit. Unless the women in a man's family spoil him they seem to him mighty selfish. DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 111. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY Fat,eig MarKe, Few., j) The Daily J AQflR QQUNTY NEWS BOTH ONE YEAR To fatten poultry for market, Louisville And The Times News remove them from the yards and place, without overcrowding, in coop which should be provided with a canvas cover to draw down and keep tbe inmates in For i you will give or 1.50 send your order to this Courier-Journa- l. Special Attnetin to Eyes al Adair County darkness. Do not feed for about six hours after placing in the coop, and then feed all they will eat. Feed them three times a day, and keep fresh water and a basin of grain always befor them Her Ten Commandments. Spavin or any'sur-gicFistulo, Poll-evi- l, done at fair prices. 1 am work well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. paper notto'the Courier-Journ- al, 0NBURKSY1LLE Daily Yr al, $6.00 I Joseph h. stone, Attoney-At-Law Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wood-ro- w Wilson for the Presidency. The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. 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. A bright young lady came into our office the other day and gave us a copy of her Ten Commad- ments, which she claims are good i t for all people. She said: 3 "I will study the language of gentleness and refuse to use words that bite and tones that Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr $2.00 C Will practice in this and adjoining counties. We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write Jamstown, : Kentucky this paper. )X5XXIX3XSXSXS(W0 Xs5XE3S I Why crush. "I will practice patience at home lest my testy temper breaks The Adair County News and Weekly Cour- Not r1 I through unexpectedly and disgraces me. "I will remember my neighbors have troubles enough to carry without loading mine on them. "I will excuse others' faults and failures as often and fully as I expect others to be lenient with mine. "I will cure criticisms with commendation, close up against gossip and build healthy loves by service. "I will be a friend under try- ing tests and wear everywhere a good-wiface unchilled by aloft-nes- s. ll ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Read The U. G. HARDWtCK, Pres. J.W. C0CKF, V Pres. R H. DIETZMAN. Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. Courier ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED I8S9 : jVIILtliWHlGHTS DEALERS IN I mACHlNlSTS LOUISVTLLe Journal? HENRY WATTERSON ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS 1301 TftlRTeeNTtt-Mftl- N. MOKE STACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work ' : J-- . Editor. We Can Furnish You All Persons Who Are Behind One Yer on our Subscip tion Books 9 "I will gloat over gains never, , Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once but amass only to enrich others and to gain a wealthy heart. "I will love boys and girls, so that old oge will not find me stiff and soared. "I, will gladden my nature by smiling out loud on every fair occasion and by outlooking opti mistically. ''I will pray frequently, think' good things, believe men and do a full days' work without fear or favor,." E-to- The Adair County News .t andjofhe .'A3J! i JOBBING WORK SOLICITED gfe v LAj Kinds of Machinery Repaired Weekly. Courier-Journal The Adair County News and Daily Courier-Journal Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give libera) combination rate with Daily The Government News. Attention to Colts' Feet. Life's Journey. shall not reach the distant har- - Don't forget to give the colt's feet attention. ',Now is when the set of limbs is determined. There is always a reason for a poor set of Mimbs. It may be hereditary, but it if. generally carelessness on the pare of the owner who did not keep his feet trimmed .down level with the A unit's fppf--. nrp prmfin. frno- ally breaking off and splitting if hov Vnir Hnno nn in Piirlinrr ro ... wU...ij& suHow to PicK a Wife. mM. uui uwwv, v. they are not attended to promptpers, one foct in a slipper and When you're choosing a wife the other in a shoe not fastened, ly. Horse Journal. says an exchange,, call on her beat it and beat it quick in getClean Milk. and stay until 10 o'clock, and be- ting away. But if she comes to fore you leave hide your glove in the door in a neat house dress, Milk that makes gassy curds is the piano. Go back the next tidy shoes and ribbon Jin her morning at 9 o'clock after the usually dirty... Clean milk and hair, grab her gloye. Ring the bell and keep neatly done up your eyes open. If she comes to and don't let her get. away. utensils will never produce gassy curds. the door in a shabby dress, with t "She is a gem." Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year . -- i We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week t I ,0. bor soon enough. But when age or Sunday Courier Journal, . creeps upon us we would fain Courier.jouriial Com. When we start out on a vacapurchase a return ticket to carry tion trip we feel assured that again to the happy days, pany, Louisville, Ky., for coming there will be a home of childhood when life seemed free sample copy of edition Often we buy a retiirnt ticket so like one long holiday. When we yQU degire but be sure tQ certain ig our expectancy .of get take a short traveling trip our end yQur subsCription order ting back home again., But in ' train is slow, stopping at all sta-- 1 voyage oMife there is no repaner NOT to the the to this but when we cross the con- In infancy we start tions turn trin. - tinenfwe take a fast train. In.UOUrier JOUHiai. Qn the vJyage which is .confinvoyage of life the train seems : m i ii lr m the uous. lruiy mere is a uim in to go faster and faster and fastthe journey at the end of the er, the father we proceed, until cars as it were, and then we during the latter years the sta to Droceed on our great IOIUSbsOuIi I tions flv bv as swiftly as tel-- ! journey. egraph poles were, passed early and Indigostion caused ma great distre.s for two vears. I tried many thinos for In youth we look forward im' us-bac-k . u-- c6n-i-in- ue ullid j patiently to the time when man hood shall be reached and freedom from restraint. The time passes all to slowly, the months seem like years. We fear we "- in the trip. Probably the centuries of the eternal life will pass as quickly as the years pass during the latter part of the earthly journev. Ex. relief, but got little help, till at last I found it ia the beat pills or medicine. I ever tried DR. KING'S CE. Hatfield. Guyan, n . V a. NewLifePills 2S CENTS f ER MTTLE A? ALL Ml'SSISTS. t tAJfe ip-- p; - n , t """. : n THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS tion to make buckwheat cakes? Baby Hands. Somebody has invented a waist There is several cases of for feminine wear that fastens Baby hands! In all the world mumps in this community. together in the back with only there is nothing half so strong; Mrs Jane Smith is at the bed- two hooks. What a pity it has in all the world there is nothing side of her Kirley no chance! half so pure. It seems at times Fudge, who is very sick with A Vienna physician says two as if God created babies that fever and mumps. persons can be grown together weary men and women might John Thurman and wife are by skin grafting. Watch the Si- not abandon faith in Him. confined to their room with amese twins increase now in the What tongue can tell, what mumps. sideshows. pen can describe what a baby FOR 1913 There has been several plant A Harvard professor says there means ? Everything that is holy, beds burned in this neighbor- will soon be a permanent cure that is beautiful, that is good, BRIGHTER, BETTER. hood. for t)ie gout. Still, the market clusters around a baby. Its tiny BGGER THAN EVER Mr. J. H. Branham has com- price lists seem to answer the hands fasten around our hearts pleted his new dwelling house purpose very well now. with a mighty grip that naught THE REGULAR PRICE OF which rounds him up with one of It is too bad that the suspend- but death can loosen, and men the nicest and best homes in this er comyany that failed the other and women are nearest God when THE LOUISVILLE TIMES community. day could not have held up a lit- they kneel at a baby's feet. No may ever know the Mr. S. J. Dire has been con- tle longer. Suffragettes advocate man IS $5.00:A YEAR. thoughts of a .mother as she fined to his room for several wearing them. bends over the babe for whom days with mumps but is better It is rather hard to understand Mr. Owen Fletcher and Miss why even a wealthy Chicago wo- she went down into the valley of f YOU WLL SEVD YOUR OROg. Jessie Polston were married the man should pay $5,000 for a dog, the shadow. A halo ever rests TO US, YOU CAN GET 12t-.over mother and bfant, as if of this month. Mr. Fletch- unless, perchance, it was a solid, they had caught ,something of er is an industrious young farm- tenderloin dog the radience of another world as THE ADAIR COUNT er of Cumberland county, and A minister in the east has his they lingered at the the bride was the well aceternal sermons printed and sent to each gates. complished daughter of Luther NEWS sick member of his flock. Thatt Every baby is a complete miraPolstcn, of West Fork. The at least, should insure against cle, and is so priceless that Kingcouple has the best wishes of AND any feigned illness. doms are worthless in the baltheir many friends. A Philadelphia man has suc- ance. Noah Loy and Joe C. Tray lor THE L0UISVILEE In that wee form is wrapped have purchased a tract of timber ceeded in hatching eggs of the terrapin in an up the hopes, the ambitions, the from A. 0. Baker and are mak- diamond-backe- d TIMES incubator. Next thing they'll illusions, if you will and our ing a nice lot of beer staves. illusions are often the most Several of the young people have them in cold storage, too. BOTH ONE YEAR gathered at the home of Mr. and One French woman playwright precious things we have of a Mrs. M. T. Fields, Sunday after- who killed a woman friend is to man and a woman. For that FOR ONLY noon and spent an enj oyable ev- dramatize the little incident. If morsel of humanity a woman has ening. 'Those present were Mis- the habit spreads friends of paid a terrible price and a man ses Sarah Reeee, Annie and Ada other dramatists will begin to has pledged his honor and his THE LOUISVILLE TIMES life. All that we havp fought Fudge, Dora, Lula and Lillie worry. for. all' that we have believed it, the best afternoon paper prinFields, Messrs Jim Breeding, bulldog under one arm All With a that countless generations ted anywhere. Cofer Keece, Claude Gibson, and a crate of eggs under the have fought for and believed in, Gilliam Branham, Bob Fudge, other, the industrious postman is Has the best corps of correi the blood of martyrs and heroes, Boss Sharp and George H. Fudge not required to lift his cap in the anguish of the oppressed and pondents. Mr. George Stilts and family, salutation as the fair mistress of the tears of slaves, all that our was visiting Mr. Stilts' parents the house comes to get her morn Covers the Kentucky field per- civilization means and all that Saturday night and Sunday ing letters. we hope it will mean, rests with fectly. A contemporary remarks naive our babies. It was for them the Covers the general news field Short Stops ly on the death of the composer millions who have gone before completely. of the " 'Sweet Bye and Bye' strove; it is ior tnem that we The California bean trust is and other war ballads." By the must strive, if we are men. Has the best and fullest mar way, what constitutes a war Louisville Herald. busted beaned as it were. kets reports. ballad? Neither, fond dreamer, does DEMOCRATIC in politics, bu No Need to Slop Work one seed catalogue make a spring The prince of Wales has been When the doctor orders you to stop fair to everybody. A Chicago man is going to by his father to resign from an work it staggers you. I can't, you walk to St. Louis and asks the Oxford club because he partici say. You know you are weak, run best way to do. Answer: Don't. pated in a frolic known as a "rag" down and failing in health day by day SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPEvidently the king is opposed to but you must work as long as you can California's orange crop ap stand. What you need is Electric TION RIGHT AWAY ragtime. Bitters to give tone, strength and vigpears tp be infringing on the or to your to The fishermen of British Co- down and sjstem, you prevent break vested rights of the Michigan up. Don't be i build A Splendid lumbia find the whale very use- weak, sickly or ailing when Electric peach crop. ful in herding shoals of herring Bitters will benefit you from the first Clubbing Bargain Imagine the quantity of dose. Thousands bless them for shore. Since the their glorious health and strength. We Offer cigars that Frank Chance could, toward the Try them Every bottle is guaranteed if he would, buy with that $25,-00- 0 days of Jonah the whale has had to satisfy. Only 50c at Paull Drug The Adair County a knack of figuring in tall tales. Co. a year. Breeding: Stubborn Case "I was under the treatment of two doctors," writes Mrs. R. L. Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pro- THE nounced my case avery stubborn one, of womanly weakness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui. I used it about one week, before I saw much'change. Now, the severe pairi, that had been in my side for years, has gone, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui." son-in-la- w, LOUISVILLE TIMES CAROL! I WomanVTonlc If you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any of the troubles so common to women. Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardui has been In successful use for more than 50 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanooea Medicine Co.. Chattano. oca, Term., book Home Treatment lor Women," tent Ire. J 52 for Special Instructions, aqAiS4-page . Daily Louisville Herald. Enjoys the largest circulation in Kentucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. $4.50. NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS ' Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports as well as general news, The Herald's special features make it among Louisville newspapers. pre-emine- nt .. attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in The Herald entitled Special ON BOARD THE GOOD SHIP EARTH re- - Back numbers of these articles free on quest to allwho subscribe now. i THE DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD AND -- 7 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Both by Mail for One Year for nt s a S2.75 No I I subscription can be taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or city where that papet is delivered by carrier. t SUBSCRIBE NOW. Cuts Big Melon. day makes a total of $14,000,000 in extra dividends received by -- New results from the bupreme Court dissolving the old corporation, and represents the proceeds of the sale of certain securities in accordance with the decree of dissolution. 4 The dividend declared Thurs- Dt 11 j wif? More than 86,000,000' will be the stockholders since the old distributed among holders of the American Tobacco Company "was common stock of the American 'dissolved. The company declar-e- d Tobacco Companp from a 15 per also a quarterly dividend of 5 cent dividend declared last Thursday. Like the $40,0(0000 per cent-- ' which Places the com "melon" divided RSt week by mn stock on a 20 per cent, an commerce one will be justified ' same time. the Standard uil Company, of nual basis, an increase of 2h per J of in harboring suspicions. Jersey, this extra dividend Cei - An investigator asserts that headline in an eastern paper. New York has no haunted housIt is an old saying that "when es. The inevitable inference is rogues But the less publicity some eggs fall out honest men . get that translated New Yorkers their dues " Thi3 is also have, the better. true don't want to come back from when members of the trusts get We have small sympathy for the next world even if it is pret- to quarreling. Corey, of Steel the gentleman or lady who ac- - tyhot. Trust and other fame and noror iutres caubldins thrrasrh excess The roof of a Philadelphia iety, has exposed some of th ive devotion to silk hose. hotel is beinc equipped with a secrets of that gigantic monopoly Having his eye on the front landing for aeroplanes. It will mainly, so it is said, because he page, the New Hampshire's pet keep the management busy and Mr. Garey are not the close goat naturally butted into print when theatrical friends thev once were. As the by way of a rear admiral. troupes adopt this means f secrets divulged are supposed to Some of the educators have transportation. be all important to "the govern- determined that examinations It must be awful to get into a f ment in the inquiry now being are of no good. The schoolboy bunch of Chinese political re ' held, it is not unlikely that in could have told them that long formers who are basebrll fans ' he long run the public may be ago. But the mere disso-th- e anol listen to their comments 'on benefited. ' If the ruin of the lemon crop new government and the in- -' lution of the trust will do no has no ill effect on the lemon pie troduction of the diamond at the ood if the dissolution, suppos- - "Eggs and Publicity" is a And The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One j Year For Only $1.35 !ubcripHons may be new or renewal What The Weekly Enquirer Is per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklies of It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtaining the World's events, and for that reason can give you all the leading news It carries a great amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a neccsity to every home, farm or business man. Tnis grand offer is limited and wo advise you to take advantage by subscribing for the above combination right now. Call Or mail orders to. $1 to-da- y. fly-by-ni- It is issued every Thursday. Subscription price i , j t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS- - r23r. C . . , saloonkeeper; The people of the Netherlands who never had a cash register The -- dissolution" of the Stand lead the world in coffee drinking. but trusted his bartender impli-- ard 0il trust and the tobacco Who now will dare to say that city, died worth $300,000. Now trust federal courts, has coffee makes people nervous? it is up to some ingenious psy- been entirely satisfactory, and What has become of the fussy chologist to figure out just how entsrely profitable, to. both cor-- old gentleman who laments the much he would have been worth inability of the present genera. had he installed a cash register. porations. Glasgow Times! by-th- e t quarterly, A Kansas .City ing it taKes place is not more effective than the dissolution of other trusts has been. What is needed is not only dissolution and fine but something more drastic. The cell for such crim- inals as well as for poor ones is j thething needed. Harrodsburfrj HoraU -- " I j , , I Rflade A New Man Of Him. "I was suffering from pain in my stomach, head and back' writes H. T. Alston, Raleigh, N. O., "and my kidneys did not work right, but four bottles of Electric Bitters made mer fee? J'ke a new man." 1 iver-an- Sitters J .J Bix eric PRICE SO CTS. Ai ALL DRUG STORES. i .. .,yi "4. 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Sale Sheriff 1913, of Land for Taxes. Gradyville. p Oa Monday the 3rd, day of March at the Court house door in Columbia, Ky., the same being the first day of a regular term ef tlie Adair County Court, at 1 o'cldck p. m. or thereabout, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand the foIIowitiK described tracts of land or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy the tax and' cost due for tlie year 1912 by the following named persons, t: to-wi- ,MM W W Ml III I EVERYTHING IN George E. Nell is testing the tobacco marEet in Louisville 'this week.. - t WHITES, DISTIUCT 75 XO 1. acres J II Emmitt,tax and cost for the year 1912 Lewis (Ileirs) 152 acres.joins Zach Sanders tax and cost for the year 1912 Jn'o Overstreet 9 acres joins Kathan Ellison tax and cost for the year 1912 oins COLORED, DISTIUCT NO 1. J T Cottom (Ileirs) S (i n 5 02 8 14 .Tiio. McWhorter, 40 acres joins G W White tax and cost for the year 1912 WHITES, DISTRICT NO. 2 it 16 mm mmm dle were at Portland a day or so of this week. Rev. Dudgeon, of Cane Valley, filled his appointment here last Sunday with a very interesting discourse. H. A. J. L. and J. W. Walker, of Columbia, were here one day last week on business. M Villi!1 WL Uncle John S. Moore who has been in declining health for the' past year or so has gained his Wfja tit .Tavt. i strength sufficient to come to town. We were glad to see him HiiwijJSSagSSfc'j C, T. Flowers and J;- - Q. Did- BBk "' fln mmW 'Br mmW iB""'il ''JTITS1T,'T mW mmmmwt JsSf ma mmm mmm mm -- WJl m m. flL raff? AS JV W a & kv St if S SB La fcEKKra 2mmWmk3i r .!T&PPSmrmWKBfmBT BlOOFING Also Elwood and American Fence. Asphalt, "Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Steel Fence Posts UBii I1 Ii I ' Mill llBrWMitfM Ii I iiiMi 112-- 1 111 HI Li E Anderson 13 acres joins out 4 10 again-- . MkWSltW ilHfiBEaiH wmmmmmmt )im kWMMJmmW im ir -- TymJKMJm9M?mum3mmm i . uwmKiMm iiiiaiiH co- 'f ! mt i l i Incorporated IG Eaat liatket Slreet, Between Pirst and Brook DEHLER BROS. CO- - . fJfw'mPiSt"" '' A'lK pAULL-DRU- G - cIumbia KyBP Louisville, Ky. - R- - HUTCHISON, Cane Valley, Ky.Kj HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission. Writs for price list mentioning this ad. I II Burton tax and cost for T joins D B White tax and cost for the year 1912 4 87 COLORED, DISTRICT NO 2 Evans, 12 acres joins L the year 1912 G White 50 acres Mr. George Wilcox, formerly n of this county, and in this community, died a few days ago at his home over in the State of Indiana. well-know- AND HIDES TiTfWi III' IWilFnI'MnM IMBajMi JOHN . WHITE & CO. Mack Xeat, tax and cost for the year 1912 4 40 3. Whites, district no 150 acres joins tax and cost for the year 1912 G E Cape 65 acres joins Melson, tax and cost for tlie year 1912 Nannie Coomer 95 acres joins Oscar Graves, tax and cost for the year 1912 ..T L Hurt S4 acres joins W C Leach, tax and cost for the year 1912 .Sam L Yates (XE) 182 acres joins Kobt. Johnson, tax .and cost for the year 1912 llufus Black (XR) Mr. G. A. Bradshaw of Mont-pelia candidate for the nomination of assessor was shaking hands with his many friends in this section one day last week. er 3 52 4 2" 5 03 7 33 25 20 COLORED, DISTRICT NO 3. Albert Jones 30 acres joins Ed Burbridge tax and cost for the year 1912 WHITES, DISTRICT NO.4 'Squire Luther Bell, of Nell, called in to see us on his return from Columbia last Saturday and informed us that he had decided to make the race for the nomination for the office of Jailor. Mr. Bell's Democracy is unquestionable, and he is. a very popular man with his party in this section of the county. Misses Ora and Mallie Moss, of Columbia, visited their relatives here last Saturday and Sunday. 3 35 Jno. Coomer 12 acres joins for the year 1912 acres joins Tom Collins, tax and cost for the year 1912 IPDoolin (XR) 10 acres joins Milt England, tax andcostlor the year 1912 iR M Hayes 46 acres joins S T Hayes, tax and cost for the year 1912 Sirs. Ellen F Morrison 40 acres joins T J Campbell, tax and cost for the year IH Coomer 80 1912 WHITES, 1ISTRICT NO. 5 J A Diddle, tax and cost 4 10 4 60 3 01 5 11 3 01 'C C Coffey 65 acres joins L, T Keltner, tax and cost for the year 1912 WHITES DISTRICT NO. (i 6 62 WII Pike J acres joins J P Hardin, tax and cost for the year 1912 S Rainwater (XR) 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 4 COLORED DISTRICT NO 6. 2 51 4 52 6 02 Jno. Anderson 39 acres joins J W Vaugham tax and cost for the year 1912 acres ILoucillo Bridgwater joins R E Bailey, tax and cost for the year 1912 ;Ed Johnson 5 acres joins C 57 6 63 4 07 Moore year tax'and cost for the 1912 NO 7) 62 3 15 2 79 1912 WHITES (DISTRICT Ibr.the year Frank Burton acres Joins B G Redmon tax cost for the year 1912. J5usan Montgomery i acre Jeins L I) Simms tax and cost for the year 1912. Pendleton, of Greenburg, spent a day or so on his farm near here 'last week. He informed us that the tobacco sales at Greensburg were holding equally as good if not better than Louisville. Mr. Ed Coomer and family, left-thiplace the first of the s week for the State of 111. with the view of 'making their future home t Some one entered ' the meat-hous- e of Mr.Richard Sneed a few nights ago and divided a large side-obacon with him. Uncle Dick, as we call him, is a fine judge of human nature, and especially when it comes down to the length of a man's foot and the size shoe he wears Taking all this into consideration he at once proceeded to trace the footsteps and he was not'mistaken in the least, and he found his bacon stored safely under the bed of the suspicious ones. They had all left home and have not returned yet. Mr. Sneed will 'sitting wait on them at the-neof the grand jury. Mr. F. J. be ready to move in a few days. SAVE YOUR HAIR Bob Garner's wife died one While You Have Hair to Save The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al Use Newbro's Herpicide. day last week. She had been Every woman who 13 obliged to sick a long time with consump wear false hair or man, a toupee, ? oth One Year for $1.50, feels that it is a misfortune. What tion. Her maiden name was makes the burden so doubly hard to bear is the knowledge that tho Alice Dixon. She was a memloss of natural hair could, in mo3t GOING! instances, have been easily avoided. The arch ber of the United Brethern niOTopcwiuuvtir the dandruffenemy of "igoodisihair 13 The "Distinctive" Store For his now a Kerm. well established scientific fact. Church at Union Chapei. She There is one remedy on the used regularly, will kill Floor and Wall Coverings leaves a husband, several childthe germ and keep out every traco of dandruff. ren, mother and many friends to MRPiciocviuuvtiT cide lonpr known as the sOriginalrMMriii unisremeayisnewDro neroijjanarutt uerm Destroyer- - ay mourn but not as those who have keexintr the scalD clean. Herofcide not only prevents the hair from. falling out but allows it to grow a3 no hope. nature intended. Begun in time Wallpaper and Draperies and its use persisted in. j this vala-- -! Miss ilda McKinlej is not so r . . r t.t ti hair. uiiicRHtRPiaot head well this week as she was a few tmHerpicide imparts oflife and luster to doll, dead, a When in Louisville come in and see our splendid brittle hair making it light, fluffy and beautiful. days ago. Don't wait Begin now to save your hair. guarantee the one dollar size bottle Assortments and how well we can serve you with Jim Holt's store, at Esto, was We Paull Drug Co., Columbia Ky. reliable qualities at moderate prices centrally located burned Jast Saturday night,' and he lost all of his goods. The fire was in such headway when & ii! G. P. SMYTHE it was found that nothing could Incorporated be done to save his goods. His for . 522 and 524 West Market St. loss was about $2,000, and no HRE INSURANCE insurance. I hear they will reLouisville's Biggest Carpet and build again soon. I lsto. '. emim&myss. s 2c wht7j j&r-- mmmmfrmmm W - I ! . mar-ketwhi- ch, (wy Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum i Hubbuch Bros., Wellendorff Store. REAL ESTATE i Gresham. Quite a number ,of plant beds have been burned in this section. fll. E. Jones Mrs. Anna Moody, of Hatcher , is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dave Givins,-- who is in frail health . at Birdseve view of our Plant Li. H Jones it .. Jones & Jones f this writing. Lora Buckner, Florence Hays and Chas. D. Bridgewater, are attending the Greensburg Grad -- Veterinary Surgeon and Denti&r 9 , ed School. Chat Montgomery, of Greens- years experience. Special, attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHOENO. 7. N. burg, spent Saturday night with Bascum Buckntr. Miss Emma Bridgewater gave a party Valentine night. Quite a nice time was reported as Miss Emma knows hbw to make an enjoyable time fr.r all. Allen Stephen visited Fulton Cox from Friday until Sunday, then returned to Greensburg Graded School. S. E. Bridgewater lost a valuable mare last week. Thaddeons and Ben Wilson, 's W Tanner Otfley Attorney-At-Iiac- u "Largest in Dixie" Will practice in all tlie Courts W? J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated Columbia, Ky. Louisville, Kentucky Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog DENTAL OFI1CE WHOLESALE xt Dr. James Triplett DENTIST 3 73 Rowes X Roads. 4 71 Trice & Bennett 126 acres Joius Sell Bennett tax and cost for the year 1912 12 58 Jim COLORED (DISTRICT NO 7) Cheatham 1 4 acres 5 71 Joins Ann Davis tax and cost for the year 1912 -- Jo Pomp Johnson i acre Page tax and Joins Martha tcost for the year I9i2 sSam Tavlor 1 acre Joins 3 00 Ilenry'Mullinix tax and cost for the year 1912 Ed 4 89 4 00 i acres Joins .'Frank McClure tax and Wag-gene- costfor tlie year 1912 'Taylor Wade 50 acres Joins Ike Taylor tax and cost .for the year 1912 COLOKED (DISTUICT '0 lEmraa Jones 13 acres Joins 4 10 7-- , C. E Claycorab tax ind cost for the year 1912 "ilary Lester 1 lot in Col- umbia tax and cost for the . 2 28 year 1912 " . - al ... .: '5Ky.. 'js&pac-m;', ratteson b ' . 3 52 A u- i What a pretty week we have had, and the farmers have made good use of the time. Willie Cook is at home this week on a visit. The prayer meeting at' Oliver Hadley's the other night was very well attended. James was the leader. Cam Hanes' wife was brought grand-mothe- r, Mrs. Mollie me a Call. back here from Green county Bridgewater this winter. a few days ago and was laid to J. C. YATES A pound party at Mr. G. A. rest beside her husband in the Wilson's Saturday night in hon-o- r Bill Wheat grave yard. of Miss Maggie Hayes. Residence Phone 133 Business Phone 13 A Finis Blakey has moved to Mrs. James T. Butler, who has Jamestown and is at work for heen in feeble health for some, DR. J. N. MURRELL his uncle, Harvey Holt. time seems to be no better. ? : , DENTIST Miss Cattie Wilson is at the - , Mrs. Wilburn is sick with pneu, Mrs Office, Front rooms in Jeffries, ,BTde bedside of her sister-in-lamonia fever. Susie Wilson, whp has been;con- up Stairs: ifr Ancle Coffey has moved mtoi fined to her bed for some weeks his new house. Cullon Hale will past. Columbia,' - Kentucky! im-yrov- Mc-Kini- ey NFXI TO I?OST OFFICE were at their grand-fatherColumbia, JCy. from Friday until Sunday. REs! PHOXE 20. OFFICE I'HOXIS 0$ Miss Flora Larrimore, is spending this week with Mrs. Cordelia White, at Greensburg, and WELL DRILLER attending the series of meeting I will drill wells in Adair and which is being conducted at the Baptist Church by Rev. B. F. adjoining counties. See me beJaudon and the regular pastor. fore contracting. Latest machinery of all kinds. Rev. T. E. Ennis. Pump Repairing Done. Give Miss Lyda Creel is with her ed Louisville Hotel $ Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh American and European Plans RATES: 4 ; " American Plan $2.00 and up European Plan $1.00 and up We serve the best American Plan meals in the South '?.. '- w, The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. i Herman Steinhilber, Manager k - & $ fV