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Perhaps some of your many readers know of and about our little village while there are many others who do not, hence, as I am a new correspondent I will give you an item or two concerning it. It is located on a high ridge, which forms the divide between two very important affluents of Green River, and they are known as big and little Russell, about Midway between Greensburg and Exie, and near old Maiden of Revolutionary tiroes. The firm of Chaudoin & Taylor began business here some time in the e was early eighties, and the established, and D. C. Minor was first postmaster. lie soon resigned his commission, and it was turned over to Mr. R. I. Taylor who held the position until recently, and now the mantle is on L. C. Taylor. The career of the village has been one of slow growth, but by and by we hope to be a town. There was but one residence, one store, one blacksmith shop at the beginning. There are now ten residences, two shops, two stores, two churches, and is the cenpost-offic- Honor Roll G. School. FEBRUARY. Feb., 2 1913. First Grade. Lela Henry, Nell Smith. Virgie Hawkins, Frances Russell. Second Grade. James Frankum, Mabel Rosenbaum, Marie Ingram. V Some folks will say it's not Cager's business to .meddle with the affairs of Adair county, but I think differently, for I have more relatives and friends in Adair than any other county. As for the good roads and bond issue, I have lived long enough to know that just about what we pay for is what we get. The same will apply to good roads. If a man wants a good road from his home out to the pike in this county, he builds it or pays for it. The same will apply in Adair county. If you all want good roads all over the county, then all must unite and pay 25 cents on the $100 and you can soon have good roads, and then in time with the natural benefits of good derived from having good roads, the debt will be easier paid each year. Even if the next generation has to finish paying the debt, they will thank us for what we have done, and never know the difference in paying taxes, for they can pay so much easier with good roads to travel over. When I start to go through Green, Metcalfe and Adair, the roads are all I dread, and they are simply something awful at this season. We have in Marion county 120 miles of pike supposed to cost 31,000 per mile. We have six pikes going out of Lebanon, and then cross pikes all through the county, and we would not and go back to sell our pikes roads like you have in the three counties mentioned above, not for 2,000 a mile. We haul 3,000 to 5,000 pounds with 2 horse team, and I suppose you pike to Columhave same on bia, then it takes three loads to get one load out to Gradyville. The people of Adair county certainly don't realize what good roads would be worth to them. The S100,000 spent by the people and for the people and paid to the people in your own county, and all this money earned by the same people, goes right back into the same pockets except the working man does the work and gets the pay more than the men who pay most of the taxes. Think these thingsover for yourself. Don't listen to any body. Wake up and think and then think again and again, and see for yourself. Realize it is your own county, your own taxes, your own roads. It never gets out of the family not one dollar of the money will leave Adair county except for the machinery to do the work with. As for placing yourself as Taylor and Green county are now, that is not wortii naming, because the case is entirely different. Their money goes out the county to corporations and for a Railroad that benefits only a few. 100 miles of good road in Adair county would benefit every man, woman and child in the county, black and white. When the $100,000 has been spent in Adair county in the next two or three years to build 100 miles of road, I mean pikes, and all that money paid to the working people of the county, they would be better off than they have ever been, the most of the work eei'ng done between crop seasons. Then as before stated the rising generation will pay the debt easy on account of facilities and value of good to-da- y C-vi- lle Editor News. - Third Grade. Robert Gill, Virginia Smith. Fourth Grade. Katie Taylor, Nellie Simms, Estelle Denney, Francis Strange, Eva Walker, , -- Edith Cooper. Fifth Grade. Nelle Hancock, Corinne Breeding, Parilee nelm, Mary Winfrey, Stella Antle. Lawrence Antle, Creel Beck, Walace Coffey, Otha Miller, hope to consolidate some day, and establish a good school with no less than three teachers. The population has increased from eight to nearly one hundred, and among them are some of the best people in the world, and some of the oldest citizens of our county. There are several whose age is seventy years, and one whose age is ninety. Religiously and politically we are mixed up, yet we stand for ourconvic-tionand respect the feelings and rights of each other. We believe in both vocational and cultural education, and claim some principles in the love for the beautiful in nature and art. Most of our people are farmers and they are busy preparing for the next crop. They have made a great effort for tobacco if plant beds mean any thing like that. The sick list at present is verv short but we wish it was shorter. Mr. E. I. Taylor is confined to his room, and has been for about four weeks. Miss Elizabeth Neagle is next and last on the list save several cases s, ter of three school districts that we Allen Eubank, Martha Grissom. Seventh Grade. Bonnie Judd, Letitia Paull, Margarett Lovett. " f Eighth Grade. Tenth Grade. Creel Nell, Virginia Coffey. Katherine Gill, Mary Myres, Grace Conover, Dr. Edwin Clemens, who was a son of Dr. Clemens, who once lived in Coi At the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J lumbia, died in New Orleans a mak- Bryan Sunday, March 2nd, 1913, in ago. His mother was Miss Bet-ti-e The farmers of this section are ing good use of the recent pretty days honor of the farmer's sixty-eight- h Russell, who wasasisterof the late in turning corn land. Most all are birthday. It was a complete surprise Judge W. E. Russell, who died at Lebto him the secret having never been anon, and of A. Russell, of Louisville. well up with their work. revealed until the guests began to arMrs. J. N. Conover is spending this rive. From early in the day until How to Collect Accounts. week in Columbia, visiting' relatives. about the noon hour friends and neighMiss Mary Williams, who is attend- bors continued to arrive each bringing Columbia Graded school, was vis- ing baskets well filled with the finest We collect notes and accounts and iting her parents from Friday until eatables and when the noon hour was look after claims anywhere in the announced the long table groaned United States and make no charges Sunday. under one of the finest and most unless we collect. Messrs. Waggener and Moore sold beautiful dinners May's Collection Agency, that the good houserecently to Mr. Floyd, fifteen head of wives of that community could preSomerset. Ky. hogs at 5 cents per pound. pare. The afternoon was spent most Mr. J. N. Conover bought of Joe pleasantly in social conversation by Monday being county court, a fair Conover a few days ago, 15 barrels of the older folks while the younger set crowd came to town. There were sevengaged in games. When the depart- eral mule buyers on the market and corn at $2.50 cents per barrel. ing hour arrived all present joined in several head of stock changed hands. Messrs. Murrah and Bradshaw wishing Mr. Bryant many more such Good mules are bringing fancy prices. bought of different parties, last week, days. The following are ten head of cattle, paying fair prices those who were present: the names of There was also a great demand for Mr. and Mrs. marketable cattle. Messrs. Waggener and Moore bought T. J. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. C L. MauEggs for Hatching. of Miss Vie Murrah, last week, 5 hogs pin, Mr. and Mrs. Mont Conover, Mr. at 5 cents per pound, amounting to and Mrs. J. B Montgomery, Mr. and From a beautiful flock of R. I. Reds. $30.20 Mrs. Luther Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. J. Well bred. Am raising for general F. Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Kent utility, yet I have birds fit for show. Mrs. Bert Epperson and little daughter, Lucille, was visiting her Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gabbert, 75 cents per 15. Mrs. Sallie Wilson, father, Bro. Z. T. Williams of your Eld, T. J. Barger, Messrs. Solomon McKinley, Jasper Bryant, R. B. 13-Gresham, Ky. Monday. city, from Friday till Reeves, F. P. Bryant, Olie McKinley, Miss Nell Williams visited relatives Felix McKinley, Albert Bryant, Wal A four year old son of Mr. Lucian in Columbia last week. ker Maupin, Lone Willis, Marvin Con- Turner was horribly burned last FriMr. V. M. Epperson has just return- over, Lee Conover, Mrs. Emma L. day. The child passed in front of the ed from the Blue Grass country where McKinley, Misses Addie McKinley, grate, his clothing igniting, and behe purchased a fine thoroughbred Etta and Lula Bryant, Bessie Conover fore assistance could reach him he was and Bertha Maupin. burned almost to death. lie was livshort horn Durham, price $55. ing Monday morning, but in a critical Mr. Bert Epperson, our Democratic Ross Wins. condition. candidate for Sheriff is shaking hands Montpelier Items. few-days 2t of whooping cough. On the evening of the 22nd a jolly crowd of youngsters gathered at the home of Richard Henderson and gave a splendid entertainment consisting of vocal and instrumental music. The chief merry makers were Dr. W. B. Ilelm and daughter, Ruth, Coda and 2soah Blakeman. Dr. H. and Coda B had violins, Miss Ruth a guitar and xsoah a banjo. These were joined by Miss Ada Henderson on the organ. This octogenarian and his queenl wife enjoyed the treat very much, and appreciate the kindness of the young folks and their good behavior, and regret that they were not prepared to serve refreshments as a further ap preciation of the treat Will ask that you excuse us this time and come again when you like, and we will try to do our part better. Jones-Taylo- r. roads. 2s ow if I have overstepped the line by this writing I beg pardon for it is because I love Adair county an i her people and will always feel an interest in their good. When I ceaseto feel an interest in my home county it will be when I have crossed over on the other .side. J. Respt., C. Yates Last Wednesdey fornoon, at the residence of the bride's parents, Dr and Mrs. J. T. Jones, vloutpelier, this county, Miss Stella Jones was married to Mr. A. O. Taylor, of this place. The ceremony was beautifully pronounced by Eld. Z. T. Williams, in the presence of relatives and a few special friends. Soon after the ceremony the bridal part left for the home of the groom's mother where a sumptuous repast was served. - In the afternoon the couple came to Columbia and to their own home recently purchased by the groom situStomach trouble, lazy liver and deon Bomar Heights. ranged kidneys are the cause of rheu- ated The bride is one of Adair county's matism Get i our stomach, liver kid young women, and who will be neys and bowels in a healthy condi- best greatly missed from her former home. tion by taking Electric Bitters, and The groom is a druggist, a partner you will not be troubled with the Dr. J. N. Page, ne is a gentleman pains of rheumatism. Charles B. Al- of of most excellent character and standien, a school principal of Sylvania, ing throughout the county. 5a., who suffered indiscribable torture from rheumatism, liver and stomach Farm for Sale. trouele and diseased kidneys, writes: Elec"All remedies failed until I used tric Bitters, but four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me complete-- , If you want to buy a small farm Jy." May be your rheumatic' pains near Golumbia, I now offer you a come from stomach, liveJtrjr kidney chance. Situated on the Stanford troubles. Electric Bitters will give road I miles from Columbia, and conyou prompt relief. 50c and SI. Rec- taining GO acres of land and is one of the most desirable homes in this secommended by Paull Drug Co. tion. With the exception of 2 or 3 acres, it is all fine limestone land, aud It 'will be remembered that several m a good state of cultivation. Xew montlis ago a bunch of indictments house of seven rooms, new barn and were stolen from the vault of the Rus- crib. As good water as fonnd and The Cause of Rheumatism sell county circuit clerk's office. At ample timber to keep place for many the teijm of circuit court held last years 17 acres of wheat, and corn week,Jm Jamestown, three parties land turned. Ko better community were ndicted, and it is reported here in county. Call if you mean business. will be sufficiont. Tom Waggoner. ihat .th-nrcof AH notes and accounts are now due Columbvs, Ohio, 2 U ' 13 and I need the money. Please come setAdair County News: Hugh Ross of Russell county, fought tle at once. It will save yuu a rfrni or Emmett Riggins, Bryan Garnett, a hard ten round draw here statement. Smith Gill. with K. O. Brennan. of Buffalo. It Wanted. W. L. Walker. was the hardest fight ever seen in Eleventh Grade. I want a nice white girl to do hous- Columbus. Ross will box Tommy Leonora Lowe, Last Sunday forenoon the burning ekeepinga small family. Apply at Conners at the next show here. Nelle Tarter. once. out of a flue, at the home of Mr. J. V. Tne enrollment of the Graded School Maker. lS-tG. W. Staples. Mrs. White, created a good deal of exciteto date is 240, which is the largest in I want to again call the attention of ment, as smoke had accumulated in the history of the school. The buildSpelling Contest. the doctors, the registrars, the under- the upper rooms, and many thought ing is taxed to its utmost capacity. takers, the coroners and midwives to the dwelling was on fire. However, The Mothers Favorite. Nannie Abell, the eleven year old the fact that they do not report their no serious damage resulted. as promptly as they should to A cough medicine for children daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Abell, deaths Duck Eggs for Sale of Pleasant Plains, Illinois, formerly the Health Officer. I am making a should be harmless. It should be of Casey Creek, Ky., won first prize in hard fight, and I think a winning pleasant to take. It should be efSetting of 13 Indian Runner duck Chamberla i n' s Cough spelling contest. Every township in fight against consumption, and yet eggs for 50c. fectual. Sagamon county met on February 12. there were about seven deaths from Remedy is all of this and is the mothLula Todd. ers' favorite everywhere. For sale by Cartwright townships, in which she tuberculosis last year that were not H4t. reported to me. There were five belongs, include six chools. She is in Paull Drug Co. the seventh grade and spelled against deaths from this disease less last year Mr. left the eighth grade. Every one that won than the year before. I am ready at countyA. II. Leftwich, whoago, Adair Notice. a number of years locatfirst prize from each township, meets all times to go to the uttermost parts ing at Tioga, Texas, has been quite in the superintendent's office in Spring- of the count', to attend to these mat ters but as I am neither a prophet, prosperous since he left his old home In the District Court of the United field, 111 , on March the twenty-secon- d count-- , ne is now a director in a States for the Western District of and spell there, the one wins will re- nor a son of it prophet, nor even a very nourishing bank in his adopted ceive a gold medal. She also is hav- mind reader, I must be notified of Kentucky, ing a spelling contest in her home these things before I can know any city, Tioga. In the matter of school. She has spelled against the thing about them. I want the William L. Gadberry, Bankrupt. Good Farm for kent. of all these persons mentioned eighth grade and won fifteen times. To the creditors of Wm. L. The farm, known as the R. T. of Sparksville, Ky., in the coun- The one ;vins the most times during above, and everything will move harfarm, is for rent. It is a good She moniously on. ty of Adair and district aforesaid a the school receives a prize one. Adplyto U. L Taylor, Health Officer. averaged 95 per cent, in her last exbankrupt. t Ralph Waggener. Notice is hereby given that on the amination. day of Feb., A. D., 1913, the said accepted the agency for J.R. An aunt, Mrs. W.3?. Woodium. 24st I have The Christian Church is undergoing W L. Gadberry was duly adjudicated Watkius Medical Co.. in this county, repairs, therefore services for that a bankrupt and that the first meetI keep on hand an assortment of and will make a home to home caning of his creditors will be held at the Spectacles. If you need glasses it will vass You will find these goods at any church will be held at the Baptist office of II. L. Robinsen in Carcpbells- - pay you to see me. time at J. F. Patteson's store Colum- Church next Sunday foreuoon and bia. I will be on the square the first evening. The Sabbath School will be ville, Ky., on the 11th day of March, j J. P. Beard. day of every court. These goods need held in the Chapel of the Christian A. D., 1913, at 1 o'clock p. m., at The Telephone Girl. no recommendation as they have been College. which time the creditors may attend tried by the people of this county aud and prove their claims and elect a 1 am receiving nhis week a new line trustee and examine the bankrupt and AVheu you are inclined to speak have given perfect satisfaction. Call harshly to the telephone girl because at the above named store if you should of House furnishings. Furniture, s, transact such other business as may she can't answer twenty calls at once need any of these goods before I call come before said meeting. properly Mattings and Rugs. and always give you the first chance, on you. Ben Spaulding, Respt. Frank Sinclair. just remember the following toast S. G. Denny. Referee Feb., 25 1013. given by an lllidois man: "Here's to An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. the telephone girl. An employee who Tendered Her Resignation. Pictures of three mammoth steers Frank Cobb, Milltown, was dangerdoes the most, work and suffers the most abuse for the money she receives; are now being exhibited ' by Mr. J. S. ously ill last week. A trained nurse Miss Lorena Pylf, who has been a Breeding, this place. They were arrived last Thursday. This ueekthe who does the most favors that are apvery efficient operator at the tel- preciated; raised by John Stinson. Kingfisher child is reported better. who knows more about men ephone exchange, this city, for nearly-twelv- than the sociologist does; more about county, Okla., and are now owned by years, tendered her resignaI keep on hands a full stock of women than the officer of the federa- Joseph Grimes, same county. They tion last week and on Saturday quit tion of clubs: more about the manner aie a cross between Holstein and Red coffins and caskets, also robes; the key board. Miss Pyle had been of children than the teacher doers,and Poll. They are five years old, 19 hands hearses. Prompt service night or day. with the telephone company long who can tell where every gentleman high, and their combined weight is Phone 20. enough to become acquainted with the and lady lives She is seen in all lands 10,225 pounds. The present owner of 45-- 1 yr .1. F. Triptett, people throughout this section of the and climes: and speaks all tongues, this celebrated stock is a cousin of our Columbia. Ky. townsman, Mr. J. S Breeding. Place Statu, and she will be greatly missed God bless her ' by the side of the best in the steers from the exchange by all the patrons. The Parlor Circle has been putting Adair county and the lattei would on some very Miss Mollie Caldwell, who has been How the Vote Stands interesting pictures for look like small calves. with the compauy for some time, and the past two weeks, and the good serwho has been very obliging, will conThe following is the standing of the vice will be kept up. Thursday- - and Mr. aud Mrs. Sam M. Burdette, of tinue, and she and Mr. Edgar Reed, a candidates at the Parlor Circle, up to Saturday are the nights. Marion county, have become residents very apt young man, will have charge and including last Saturday night: of Columbia and are occupying rooms of the exchange. Mary Smith 3,500 Single Comb White Leghorn eggs Mrs. Burdette's moth2.100 at the home of It is our understanding that Miss Mary Myers for hatching, 65c for 15. If by Parcel Mrs. Lena Paull, on Greensburg Pyle Will go to Horse Cave and enGrace Conover 1.S50 er, Post, you pay postage. Book your orstreet M r. Burdette is a stock dealer der early as I will gage in the millinery business. She Rose Hunn 1,800 have only a limited trading on this market will have the best wishes of the entire Dora Eubank 1,550 aud has been number. years He has many actown. Margaret Lovett 1,500 for several Mrs. Jno. N. Conover. 'his genial Mary Breeding 1,200 quaintances in Adair, and mixing qualities will soon make him To Telepnone Subscribers and Pg- The condition of Mrs. Matthew Tay-loGreensburg, Ky., March 2nd, 1913. man personal friends. Mr. Burdette. Glenville, who met with a stroke trons.. Because of numerous requests by (nee Miss Ruth Paull) is very .popular of paralysis about ten days ago,..re-maiHaving resigned my position with phone and letter from the farmers we among the young society people. We critical, and there is but little young couple decided to have agreed to extend the sales till the are giad tins the Columbia Telephone Co., after of her recovery. hope eleven years service, I desire to 31st day of March. We urge every make Columbia their pennauent express my thanks aud appreciation to farmer to avail themselves of the op home. Buggy wheels painted and put on the subscribers and patrons for their portuuity as we can not afford to conbuggy, price 39.00. Come get. them l Wanted, kindness and courtesy to me during tinue the sales unless the volume of while they last, trust I have made many business would justify. Please rush ' S. F. Eubank. this time. I 18-friends and my best wishes to all of your tobacco to the market using great caution in grading and ordering. you.. W. T. Hodgen. Respectfully Resp'c't. G. B L. L Tob. Wh. Co. Born, to the wife of E Barger, a Campbellsville, Xy. Lorena Pyle. daughter, Feb. 28th. of the county this week. Mr. Bud Hurt was in this neighborhood this week, dehorning cattle. with friends in the Western portion to-nig- ht f. Gad-berr- y, Mc-Caffr- ee IS-l- car-Pet- e y, us al-mo- sf Peafowls $1.50 to $2.00 each 4t 18-l- t. xJfcV1 jy Hf- - THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS i. vK"- - Russell Springs. Many persons, formerly attacked by severe illness, are now on the convalescent roll. In general, the health standard is high at the present writing. M a ny anxiously waiting friends and relatives have re- Hatcher . We have another contract with on our railroad indebtedness. The last one seems to be satisfactory with a majori- the bond-holde- rs ty of the The terms of settlement will be 25 per cent to be paid next December; 25 per cent next Febceived word that Mrs. Tina health has considerably im- ruary, 25 per cent December 1914 proved since she left here for and the final payment, February Florida, the place chosen for her 1915. The money is to be deposited in the bank at Campbells-vill- e health resort. and the bonds to be returnMr. Jno. Stanton and family, ed here for settlement. At least A. E. Stanton and wife, who lately immigrated southward (to 90 per cent of the people are Florida) report a land of sun- anxious to be relieved. shine and happiness. They have Mr. Thomas Richerson has been purchased property there, so we appointed as sheriff, and will learn and intend to make a real qualify at once. Fiscal court will ratify the con home in the southland. The Rev. H. C. Wilson has tract of the commissioners with and a levy just closed a very interesting se- the ries of meeting at this place, we sufficient to cover the indebtedbelieve Mr. Wilson to be quite a ness will be made. reformer in ecclesiastical work, Real estate is bringing good and every one wishes to extend prices and quite a number of interest in his meet- tranfers have been made lately. a heart-fe- lt ing now being held at Mount Mr. John Lemons was operatOlive. ed upon for cancer of the bowMiss Margie Graham has re- els Thursday. Local doctors did cently returned from Bowling the work. He died the night Green where she has been going following. - He leaves a wife and to school. This leaves only three three children. His remains representatives of Russell Spring were interred in the cemetery at there, who are Miss Gertrude Good Hope, Friday. Hrmble, Claud Harmon and Car-.so- n Mrs. G. P. Davis, Sheridan, Hammonds. Ind., is visiting her daughter, John L. Story has just return- G. T. Abner, this place. ed home from Georgia where he Miss Edna Turner, who has has been teaching school in that been holding a position in New section with many other Russell York for two years, is at home county boys and gils. Misses with her mother for a short nime Carsie Pierce, Jesse Weir, n Mr. J. S. Stults, to Messrs L. M. Wilson, Joe Cal- many people of Adair county, houn and Orville Holt are still and Miss Mattie L. Collins, a there. If the boys do not hurry daughter of J. T. Collins, deceasup and come home the Base Ball ed, were married at Lebanon, Team will miss them soon. Tuesday. Mr. Stults is a successMr. Avery Stephens is visiting ful dealer in lumber and staves his mother at this place, after and has accumulated enough to a sojourn of about three years, make life comfortable. he is located in Chicago. All Mrs. Melvin Sherrill, Spring were glad to see Avery back field, is visiting relatives at this again, he is a fine boy, but sor- place. ry that he aims to return so oon Miss Lou W. Griffin, who has Mrs. Ermine Wilson was visi- been teaching school in Georgia, Mr. ting at her father-in-law'for eight months, returned home John Wilson last Sunday. Mr. Saturday. Wilson is very sick. Most of the plant beds have Prof. W, L. Stearman has left been prepared in this county. for Texas after the completion An unusually large crop will be of his school at this place. pianted. Quite a number of Mr. Tim Hadley, of St. Joseph farmers are done breaking ground Mo., has been here on an extend Everyone is at work that cares ed visit to see his mother, who to do so. and we predict that has been quite sick. Mr; Hadley next winter will find the farmis an old inhabitant of our county ers have prospered. .and every one was glad to see Mr. J. F. Campbell traded two 'him. Hayes for Mis. Serrepta Scales, of this horse mules to Omer Hayes paid Dlace and Mr. Calvin McFarland. a fine marc . Mr. jz : u ue'-lasa:a. t ulueieilce lu Lue of Casey county, were married Most of our schools have Wednesday. May success, and happiness follow them ditionally employed teachers for the coming term. A great many forever. Mr. Phel Grider sold his house of the experienced teachers are and lot on Mill Street, to William j talking of quitting on account of Bailey, and Mr. Grider is now the garde of the salaries under building a new house about one the new law. It seems as though the intention of the law is right, mile from town. r Almost all of the girls and but if not modified, it will work boys of this place attended Miss to the detriment of education. Tare and daughter, Bulah Rexroat's party last Sat- urday given at her home at. Miss Amanda, and Miss Ella French Valley. Everyone re-- j Buchanan, left this week for (Jacksonville, Florida, to spend .ports a good time. 'the balance of the winter' Mrs. Ermine Wilson will leave ' R. H. Turner is attending the for the Louisville market the first of March to purchase the automobile show in Cincinnati, spring line of ladies apparel for He will also visit relatives in Hardin county before he returns The Supply Co. Firm. tax-payer- s. Ir-vi-n's bond-holder- s, some rock to have analyzed and ed to a large congregation at if they get the proper encourag-me- Liberty, Sunday. will make the deal. There Mr. Robert Caldwell, a graduis no doubt but that enterprise of ate fro'm Central University Law this kind will be very beneficial School, was admitted to practice to the farmers. in Louisville, Wednesday. He Mrs. Mattie Hiestand and is connected with a strong law daughter, will leave this week to firm and is fully competent to visit relatives in St- Louis and make a success in his chosen Chicago. Her brother, Granville profession. Hogan, is assistant district attorney of St. Louis, she also haa Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller entertained the young society a brother who is on the staff of people at their hospitable home, The Chicago Tribune. Wednesday evening. Mr Issac Tate and EugeneRice, Mr. Garnett Groves, who is sold their farm at Burdick, to conducting the normal departMr Elius Coppock, consideration ment in the R. C. B. A. is to be $10,000. The deal was consu-mate- d congratulated for having such a several days ago. Mr. perfectly organized class. He Coppock is one of our most suchas near 70 pupils in his "class, cessful farmers. and the systematic classing . of Mr. Creed Crouch, who has same is Droducing good results. been a very successful clerk for N. Hobson, left this week for Chronic Stomach Trouble Cured. Tacoma, Washington. There is nothing more discouraging than a chronic disorder of the Col. W. I. Meader will attend stomach. Is ib not surprising that the inaugural exercises. It is many suffer for years with such an is the general opinion of every one ailment when a permanent cure for within their reach and may be had that he will be the next post- a trifle? "About one year ago, "I master at Campbellsville. Mr. bought a package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and since using them I have Meader will certainly make good felt perfectly well. I had previously and deserves anything that his used any number of different medicines, but none of them were of any party sees fit to give him. lasting benefit." For sale by Paull Chapman Dohoney and Drug Co. Mr. nt - Wilson's Store. AN EYE FOR BUSINESS. 7 The health of this vicinity is very good at this writing. Farmers are making use of this fine weather. There has been quite a lot of oats sown in the past ten days. There are lots of cattle and hog buyers in this county. Cattle has not been so scarce and high in many years. W. A. Roy sold 1 cow for $40. J. W. Roy sold 1 cow for $25. D. L. Wilson sold to J. E. Burton, 8 shoats for $47. W. T. Collins sold to J. E. Burton several hogs for 52c per pound. W. P. Bryant sold a nice bunch of hogs for 5Jc per pound. Mr. Joe Tucker and son, Omer of Knifley, were here last week looking for a pair of mules and some milk cows. sister, Mrs. Jennie Smith, of Cane Valley, stopped in Campbellsville this week. They are going to visit relatives in Texas. Lime For The Soil. Mr. Ralph Waggener and Geo. TRAPPING AN ERMINE. Smith, of Columbia, were here last week buying cattle and hogs One of the Reasons Why the Prized Fur Is So Costly. Mr. Grit Yates is drilling a "This stole of Imperial ermine la well for Mr. J. S. Wilson this worth $1,000," said the dealer. "Dear? Nix. Just consider how the animals week. eomprlsed in it were caught! Joe Pierce Jr. is at home from "In the first place, they were caught In a winter of extreme cold, for it Is the L. W. T. S., with measles only In such a winter that the weasel, or ermine, turns from tawny to snow this week. Tho Way Disraeli "Put Ono Over" on Publisher Colburn. When the Hon. Mr. Ward wrote his novel "Tremalne" he was fearful of acknowledging himself the author until Its fate should have been ascertainedHe accordingly, the better to preserve his Incognito, sent the mam.-scricopy by the wife of his attorm to Mr. Colburn. The work, although ccepted, was not ctasldered likely to pay extremely well, and consequently a trifling sum was given for it. Contrary, however, to Mr. Colburn's expectations. It ran to three editions. The ingenious author of "Vivian years old, havGrey." then twenty-tw- o ing heard of the circumstances, determined to use it to advantage, and accordingly, having arranged his work for publication, he proceeded to find out the honorable gentleman's fair messenger. This he quickly effected and upon a promise of giving her 20 induced her to be the bearer of his novel to the same publisher. The woman was instantly recognized by Mr. Colburn as the same person who brought him "Tremaine," and, recollecting the great sale of that novel, he leaped at the manuscript presented to him with the utmost eagerness. It was quickly read and a handsome sum given for the copyright A short time, however, enabled Mr. Colburn to find out his error, but too late to remedy himself. The work was not successful, and a considerable sum wa3 lost by its publication. pt Rev. Wm. Neil, a local preachof the promising features of er of this place, held two services long farming. test liming the soil on your farm for this is one Do not fail to at the Baptist Church at Sunday. Cunp-bellsvill- ej well-know- Automobiles, motor cycles, and bicycles are getting to be common in this part of the s, county. The canning factory is contracting for tomatoes for this season. Prices will be better than in former years, twenty-fiv- e cents a bushel will be paid. The factory is on a paying basis, and the output ought to be better than any other year. The acreage of wheat sown is small in this county, but it has wintered well, There are a few patches of alfalfa which look promising. The Blanket Tree. Blankets grow on trees in Ecuador, an Mrs. Docia Conover visited rel- and. while the idea of bed all wood fresh from the forest covering atives in Russell county last might give Insomnia and a backache to the child of civilization who likes to Sunday. snuggle comfortably under several layMr. G. R. Redman bought a ers of down and wool, the natives find It all right, as in fact it is. horse from Virgle Redman last When an Ecuador Indian wants a blanket he hunts up a demajagua tree week, price unknown. and cuts from it a five or six foot secTerse Telegrams. Mrs. Mattie Roy was the guest tion of the peculiarly soft, thick bark. This is dampened and beaten until the Thomas Gilmore, colored, had Eight hours is prescribed as of Mrs. Nona Roy last Thursday. flexibility of the sheet is much Increasgray exterior Mrs. Mary Grider, who lives ed. The rough the sheet dried isin next a leg broken this week. His he maximum time for a day's peeled off. and the horse stumbled, causing the ac- work for women in the District near Garlin, got her house con- sun. The result is a blanket, soft, light and fairly warm, or an attractive cident. of Columbia in a bill the senate sumed by fire last Saturday. cream color. It may be rolled Into a compact Messrs. Avilee and Walter ordinary bundle without hurt and with Miss Vioiet Dills, who left sev- reported favorbly. usage will last for several eral weeks ago for Blanchard, Four children of Joseph Hat- Sullivan, left for Terre Haute, years. Harper's. Not progressive ago, but few thought of adding lime to the soil, but now almost every progressive farmer is experimenting, and the weight of evidence is greatly in favor of applying lime to our fields to sweeten the soil more friable and to make available fertility that has been held in the soil for many years, unavailable for plant food. Do not apply lime in foliage ,it growing crops. Winter or early spring are the best seasons to apply, but it can be applied any time if there is no crop on the soil to be burned by the lime. Aunt Sallie A. Kearns, who has been visiting in Taylor Co., has returned home. Harrison Stanton, of Russell Springs, passed through this place last week enroute for Co- white. In normal winters the ermine only turns to a greenish white, like this $400 greenish white stole here. "In the second place, the ermines were caught young, for when fully developed their coats are coarse and stiff, as in this 5250 stole, and to catch them young the tongue trap must be used. Any other trap would tear the delicate fur. "The tongue trap is a knife, an ordilumbia. nary hunting knife, smeared with grease, that the hunter lays in the snow. The little ermine sees the blade, Roy. which It mistakes for Ice. Ice It loves to lick, and so it licks the knife blade, We have had some few nice and Is caught fast, its tongue, In that zero weather, frozen to the steel. days for the past week. "Yes, sir, when you see a stole like this don't begrudge a good price for it. The Sunday School at White for every ermine In It was tongue trapped in subzero weather a mighty Oak is progressing nicely. slow and painful hand process." New The social at Charlie Calhoun's York Tribune. was largely attended and all ported a nice time. re- J ! ju I 1 i con-pea- ce j I Mrs-Issa- c ren." said .the rector, "is for the clothing fund. At the same time, may 1 earnestly Impress upon you that., The Forty Year Test though the collection Is for the clothCentral Kentucky. An article must have exceptional ing fund, it Is not necessary to conmerit to survive for a period of forty tribute buttons?" Mrs. Nancy Sublett, who has Thomas years. Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy The Rev. William The Hero. been very low for several months Walsh, one of the leading mem- was first offered to the public in 1S72. First Critic understand you saw From a small beginning it has grown at the home of her of the Paulist fathers in this in favor and popularity until it has Scrlbler's new comedy last night bers home. Mr. Wood Buchanan, is improv- country, has gone over to the attained a world wide reputation. Who played the hero? Second Critic Chamberlain's Tableis fOr Constipa I did. 1 sat through the whole thing. tion Mr. I. K. Miller and sons are ing. She will be 93 years of age Episcopal church andjhas become You will find nothing better for a Philadelphia Record. . cough or cold. Try it and you will Chamberlain's contemplating buying a crush- - the 27th of this month. She is For constipation rector of St. Mary's, an old and : understand why it is a favorite after Neither walls, theaters, porches nor miinfi! nro DTCBllunt". "Rflsv t.n faiLe. a period of more than forty years. It senseless equipage make states, bu2 by everyone, mild and gentle in effect. Give them er to prepare raw , lime for the respected well known Episcopal church in not only gives relief--- it cures. For men who are able to rely upon tbem farmers, lheyjaregomg to send atrial. For sale by Jfauii .Drug Rev. Norman Johnson preach-- ; New York. sale by Taull Drug Co. elves. Aria tides. Oklahoma, on account of her field, from three months to five health, is reported as getting years of age, were burned to along nicely. death when their home at Santa-- f Candidates for the local offices e, Ky. , was destroyed by fire. are slow in announcing. There The immigration bill vetoed by are several prospectives, but are President Taft because it imposcautious in placing their names ed a literary test upon immiJ. I. ID UlltCl- - grants, was passed over the presUC1U1C LWC JJUU11L. tain whether the old line Repub- ident's veto in the senate by a licans will have a ticket in the vote of 72 to 18. field. The Progressives have Alleging mismanagement, a been caucussing, and it is hinted petition has been filed at Trenton that they will place one out. asking for the appointment of a yuite a numoer or Kepuoncans receiver for the Union Bag and signify their intentions of voting Paper company, a New Jersey the Democratic ticket in prefer- corporation having an outstandence to giving their suffrage to a ing capitol stock of $21,000,000. Bull Mooser. The largest pension bill ever Tr. Tsi rpnrvrtpH tVinh wnrlr toiII reported to congress, carrying begin on the water works in a 0 appropriations aggregating few days. With this addition was passed by the house and the completion of other busi- with an amendment which will ness houses, Campbellsville will make necessary an additional measure up with any town in appropriation of more f;han $180,-300,0$1,-000,000. Ind. last Wednesday. Butterflies That Live on Fish. Mrs. Mary Grider and Miss Nan The butterfly was blue and transimr-ent- . As through blue glass its tiny s nie Bailey, visited at C. R. heart could bp seen beating inside its body, and the professor read a newslast Thursday. paper article through its lovely blue Mr. Jo Pierce came home from wing "TliK"" he said, "is the a Mediterranean butterfly. It the L. W T. S. last Saturday. eats fish. On its tongue. are rows of Mrs. Frank Breeding who has pointed books They serve as teeth Tin's he:uitifui creature would turn up been confinedjto her bed is re- Its nose at a garden of roses and lilies, but it would feast ecstatically upon a ported better. putrid- eel- - Now and then a pteropodn Mr. G. R Redman, our mer- is found on the Florida or the California coast It is only abundant, though, chant, is doing good .business at in the Mediterranean." this writing. Ancient and Modern. A little child of Mr. Tom ColMr. Choate. the well known Ameridiplomatist, was lins' has been very sick, but is canvery old English being shown over parish church. a better. Pointing out an oak screen, the rector Informed his visitor that it was Mr. G. R. Redman made a trip old." "And this paneliug on the door?" inquired Mr. Choate. much to Jamestown last Monday. Interested. "Oh," replied the rector, Mr. B. O. Hurt, our poultry "that is quite modern! It was put up only forty years before the discovery man, was here one day last week you know!" London (Jlobe. Miss Mary Roy was the guest Buttons Barred. of Myrtle Redman one day last "Our collection todaj. my dear brethRed-mad'pter-opoda- . - -c- enturies week. 1 son-in-la- w, i ! u. p. H"" ' uA V K 3" V THE DAIR COUNTY NEWS An Editor's Assets. Eggs laid by a New Zealand lizard require fourteen months Joy is like a bird in flight, to hatch, No need for a cold An editor who has summed up which dips in its passing and storage plant in New Zealand. his business for 1912 wins the touches us with its wings. It As a disease, appendicitis be- prize for the best review of the comes from out of a far country came known thirty years ago. year. It follows and it tracks its way on high. Before that time people recoverBeen broke 361 times. After that brief hovering it will ed without halt the cost. Had money four times. recover its former attitude, its Pra'sed the public nine times. Men's hats are much smaller speed, and song.w Its throbbing Told lies 1,725 times. this year. Now, to make the reheart passes high over our Missed prayer meeting 52 times form of some value, let women and frozen hills. As Been roasted 431 times. follow their example. we teach that flight of untram-mele- d Roasted others 52 times. Where would modern medicine wing we wish that someWashed the office towels three and surgery be without the times. how we might capture that blitheness and teach it to dwell guinea pig? And yet nobody Missed meals 0. among men. Why should it has erected a monument to him. Mistaken for preacher eleven-time- s. pause but never abide? We New York courts have been would have that joy abide so asked to place a value of $500 on Mistaken for capitalist 0. fixedly that it would become a a single bean, responsible for a Took bath four times. peace. The holiday season is woman's fall. Many ball playDelinquents who paid 28. like that. It stoops for a little ers get beaned for less than that Those who did not pay 450. out of space, draws near our dim several times a season. Paid in conscience 0. Got Whipped 39 times. earth, and sheds its brightness New York boasts a female Whipped others 0. among men. As swiftly as it dentist who practices exclusively Cash on hand at beginning $1. came, so swiftly it goes again. Probably so on insane people. Cash on hand at end 15 cents. And yet each year it draws more that when she starts on regularly close and stays for a longer time; it will make no difference how its radiance is revealed to us mad her patients get. The next session of the Kentmore clearly, full of grace and ucky Educational Association American war vessels are gotruth. Collier's Weekly. will be held in the City of Louising to search for icebergs in the ville on April 30, May 1, 2 and 3. The Kentucky Educational As- line of travel of American pasThe program makers have ard sociation will hold its senger vessels next spring. Supannual session in the City oi posing they find them who is go- ranged for a great variety of Louisville on April 30, May 1, 2 ing to search for the American work, and this will be interspersed with sufficient amusement to and 3. The Secretary has be- war vessell? make it both interesting and ingun an active campaign to inA New York man, arrested structive. The program will crease the membership to 5,000. for theft, made an excuse that have on it the leading educators Other states like Oklahoma and he was a human mouse, a prena of Kentucky and in addition a Indiana have from 6,000 to 8,000 tal mark, and couldn't help it. number of the leading educators teachers enrolled annually jn the The excuse might have gotten 0f national fame from outside State Teachers' Association. The by at that if he'd stolen nothing the state. officers of the Kentucky Educabut cheese. tional believe that the teachers of General News. this statejshould be as loyal to Christy Mathewson was fined their association as those of any $10 for driving his auto too fast. Association It isn't often a pitcher is fined The other state. opened headquarters in Washingfor showing too much speed. AH Sorts. ton last week within a block of It is announced that the late the suff agists. The spring hat is in the shop Prof. Agassiz left an estate of Thousands of persons in Gali-ciwindows and oome call it the more than $2,000,000, but he the poorest province in Ausdid not make it all teaching first robin. tria, are facing starvation bean school. Some one should invent cause of poor crops and the war alarm clock that will make a French women are having scare. their faces dimpled. Can the fellow glad to hear it. The jury in Seattle awarded "Girls in Vermont organize to creases be taken out or will they $22,200 against the Northern get husbands," is the exciting be filled up if the fad passes? Pacific railroad to Mrs. Anna L. report. Whose? Valentine, of Chicago, for the got smallA prize of $50,00 in gold has loss of her little finger. A Pennsylvania man pox from aibunch of bank notes. been offered by John B. McFer- The Senate added $20,000 to ran, Chairman of the Education-- . the pubHc Building Billj which filthy lucre! The In Bulgaria bachelors are tax- al Committee, of the Louisville now carries $45,000,000, Kened $100 each. There will be a Commercial Club, to the county tucky items were increased which sends the largest delega- from $433,000 to $523,000. big fall in taxes after the war. Dr. Anna Howard Shaw re- tions of trustees to the meeting Dr John P. Russell, superin- Kentucky Educational As-- 1 tendent of the Mattewan Hospi. marks sagely: "The perfect of the sociation, which meets in Louis- tal, testified at Gov. Sulzer's inlady is a pig." Pigs or prig? If the Kaiser is really busy ville April 30, May 1, 2 and 3. vestigation that he had been ofpromoting peace, he should Jefferson county is excluded fered $20,000 to free Harry Thaw change the angle of his mous- from this contest, and the disA heavy sleet storm in Northtache. tance traveled as well as the ern Illinois Friday broke down A Boston man wants to make number of delegates will be con- telegraph wires and practically women wear aluminum hats. sidered, this giving the most dis- cut Chicago off from communication with the outside world. To make them light headed? tant and isolated county an equal Plans have been made by the A college professor has solved show with those adjacent with militant suffragettes of England, the mystery of the curved ball. Louisville. Many counties have it was learned Friday night, to Still, it's a safe bet he can't eyes on this prize and are kidnap members of the British their throw one. v Cabinet. The London poiice are Chicago police captured, a for- organizing to attend. Ir guarding the ministers closely. ger because he had sore feet. If the .Republicans hold a conHe must have been an armless The Kentucky Educational Association meets at Louisville on vention next fall to revise the wonder. The mayor of Boston advises April 30, May 1, 2 and 2. There rules of the party and cut down all young men to "take a chance" are ,000 teachers in Kentucky. the representation in the South, they will get no sympathy or on matrimony. They do, if they How many will be present? support from the Progressives, marry. according to Senator Dixoxi. A Boston aviator proposes to right has the Harlem What carry parcel post mail by aerocigar maker who supported five Luke McLuke Says. plane. Better give him all those wives on a weekly salary of $15 bricks to deliver. system to Every man has his price and A New York lawyer refused to to keep his financial every woman has her figure. defend "such a miserable man." himself? Didn't the client have enough to A man is never as loyal to his The New York woman who wife as he is to a strange man. pay the fee? A St. Louis man tickled a wears her watch en her ankle is All is not fair in love. There horse under the chin, and it died evidently obsessed with the de- are some mighty sweet bruHanded them the termination not to let time get nettes. laughing. horse laugh it might he said. away from her. When a man hates you don't Brief Holiday. throb-bingciti- es when a woman loves you, look out. There is no marriage in heaven. They can't afford to have fights up there. A married man usually puts his property and his religion in his wife's name. The average size of the American family is 4J. The fraction represents Father. The world is filled with women who have ten-cedogs that ten-cewear collars. The man who wrote that the atom was the smallest thing in creation never had a good look nt nt worry. But AN ACQUIRED TASTE. AN UNPUBLISHED NOVEL That Was Paid to an English Artist. Richard Wilson, the English landscape painter, was not of a pliant disposition. Conscious of his own merits, he disdained to humble himself to those who measure men by rank and value them by pounds. But Wilson's friends liked him no less for his brusque manner. Goldsmith. Sterne, Wilson and Dr. Johnson were assembled at Garrick's house with a party of ladies for supper. "We were very lively at your expense indeed, gentlemen," said Mra. Garrick, rallying them for having arrived late. "To punish you for not obeying our summons the ladles likened you all to plants and fruits and flowers." "Pray let us hear," said Wilson. "Doubtless I come In for a sprig of laurel." "No, sir," said the pretty, lively lady; at. a bridegroom. are wrong." One good thing about being "For rue, perchance," said he. "No, sir; guess again." married is that a wife makes a "Why, I am dubbed bitter enough, perhaps a crab," said he, "for that man change his linen regularly man," pointing to Garrick, "has dubif he has a change. bed me Sour Dick." "Guess said Mrs. Garrick, A man might as well learn to laughing. again,"you give it up?" "Will keep his mouth shut. The wom"Yes, madam." ".Why, then, sir, you are an, the umpire and the preacher olives. Now, will you dare likened to to Inquire Odd Compliment 'ou Burnaby's Handwriting Was So Bad It Could Not Be Read. It was stated at the time of Colonel Burnaby's death that he had left behind him the manuscript of a novel for which there was considerable competition among the publishers. This is 4Uite true. The manuscript, a bulky parcel, was handed to me with discretionary power either to publish it myself or to use it in connection with the proposed biography. Here a singular and. as it finally proved, a fatal obstacle presented itself. Familiar for many years with Burnaby's handwriting, I could not after diligent endeavor make out more than a sentence here and there on the crowded page of manuscript. Burnaby's writing was, possibly with the exception of Dean Stanley's, the worst I ever saw. It looked as if before sitting down to write a letter he had pulled a twig out of the hedge, mixed a little blacking and then gone ahead. He wrote the whole of his "Ride to Khiva" and his "Ride on Horseback Through Asia Minor" with his own hand. But before they reached the printer they were fairly written out by a copyist always get the last word. What has become of the old- fashioned wife who shot her husband? It is almost three weeks since we have heard from J forty-secon- i j her. Another thing I have learned about the American reformer is that if you shake hands with him he will tf v to choke you to death. The sum of $24,000,000 is being raised in this country for Foreign Missions. But we forget about the pretty girl who is trying to keep straight on $6 a further?" "Let me see," said Wilson, with all eyes upon him. "Well, then, my dear, out with it! I dare." "Then know, sir," said she, rising and courtesying most gravely, "Mr Wilson Is rough to the taste at first, tolerable by a little longer acquaintance and delightful at last" Exchange. CAUGHT The hapless man used to make out as much as he could, then leave blanks for Ailing up which he had to seek the assistance of the author. Sometimes there were more blanks In a page than words. Despairing of making anything of the manuscript of the novel, it was submitted to a publisher, who turned upon it his most skillful decipherist. Neither head nor tail could be made of the manuscript, and the Intention of publishing the novel was consequently abandoned. Sir H. W. Lucy in Cornhill Magazine. THE BLUFFER. That Sold One CEMETERY OF SUICIDES. Tho Dreary Plot In Which Monte Carlo-Buries De Wint's Clever Ruso &nti-Suffra- ge a, of His Paintings. Peter De WInt. the English landscape painter, was accustomed each e year to have a show of pictures before sending them to the his Water Color society's exhibition. On such occasions his friends frequently bought pictures, which, of course, appeared at the public exhibition marked "Sold." week. Among the painter's friends was a Laplanders wore the wealthy man who wanted to appear a If the patron of art and at the same time kind of horse blanket coats that keep his money. He managed this by we see on our females the womjj loudly admiring the paintings already sold. He was always a bit too late to en ot this country would be asjjj buy the pictures that pleased him tounded at the grotesque fash- most, and having seen them, as he was wont to declare, he could never content ions of the poor Heathen. himself with less beautiful works. suspected De Wint at This is a fool world wherein sincerity, and last the next the man's when show day the short-haire- d women and the came round he concluded to test him. plenty of time had allowed longhaired men get together and After Wint's friends tobeen their for De make organize to have legislation en- purchases the rich man arrived. As usual, his eye soon fell on two "peracted that will prevent long- fect gems'' marked "Sold." Turning to the artist, he said: "Now, De Wint. haired women and short-haire- d those are exactly the things I should men from having any fun. like to possess. What a pity they are not to be had." How Editors Get Rich. "My dear sir," said the painter, slapping him on the back, "I knew you would like them, so i put After a great deal of worry on to keep them for you." the tickets The awkwardness of the situation and study we have at last figurwas only relieved when the enthusiased out how so many country edi- tic admirer became the somewhat untors get rich. Here is the secret willing purchaser of the two "gems." Youth's Companion. semi-privat- 1 1 the groom's subscription acount Unique Laboratory. another year. In the course of OutsideA the harbor of Sfax. Tunisia, Hindu Weddings and Burials. she dies. The doctor gets in the shallow water of the clear The expenses of a Hindu wedding time a biological come upon the bride's father, and they from $5 to $100, the minister gets Mediterranean, is situated of sponges. are so great that a family sometimes Is laboratory for the study from $5 to S100. the editor nub- - It is one of the most unique in the ruined or impoverished for many years . , worm anu auorcis opportuuuy xor oo by the marriage of a daughter. The .. , Iisne3a notice Ot death and an j serving the development of the sponge next most costly affair to the Hindu obituary two columns long, lodge from tiny larva, so small that it can is the burial services. Should the only be studied under a microscope, head of the family escape bankruptcy resolutions, a lot of poetry and a until Ave years later it has developed when his daughter is married the eldest son is almost sure to be ruined card of thanks and gets $0,000. Into a perfect sponge. when he buries his father. No wonder so many country edTwo Sides. Bound to Please Her. "There are two sides, you know, to itors get rich. Exchange. years h Resistance to the Sun. Animals whose capacity for thermal The attending physician gets $10 regulation is limited, such as rabbits and monkeys, rapidly succumb to exThe editor gives the loud-lunge- d posure to the tropical sun. In the youngster a great send-of- f and same circumstances the skin of a man gets $0. It is christened, and rises some 3 or 4 degrees U. above the normal. Theoretically the black skin the minister gets $5, and the ed- of negro race should absorb more heat people. than that of the itor gets $00. It grows and mar- ever, colored races whitebetter able Howare than ries. The editor publishes an- the white to regulate their temperature under the influence of the tropical sun flowery ar- perhaps because perspiration is more other long-windticle and tells a dozen lies about abundant. The ape. although a native of the tropics, is less capable of resist"the beautiful and ascomplisbed ing the sun than other animals and bride." The minister gets $10 even the white mau. This is uo doubt attributable to the fact that its natural and a piece of cake. The editor home is in the forests. For certain monkeys two get $000 and a request to carry tropical sun is hours of exposure to the fatal. ed of their success. There is a child born in the neighborhood. Its Victims. in her book Matilda Betham-Edward- s "In the Heart of the Vosges" advises all visitors to Monte Carlo to go to the suicides' cemetery before those other places for which Monte Carlo is famous. She describes the small Inclo-sur- e, walled In and having a gate ot open ironwork, always locked. "Here, in close proximity to garden rubbish." she says, "broken bottles and other refuse rest the suicides of Monte Carlo, buried by the parish gravedigger, without funeral and without any kind of religious ceremony. Each grave Is marked by an upright bit of wood, somewhat larger than that by which gardeners mark their seeds, and on which Is painted a number, nothing more. Apart from ihese are stakes driven into the gronnd which mark as vor in.tp5ir!riati'tl 0pots. The Indes r v 'ri.tri?is of the scene 13 heightened - two monumental stones gariaucd with wreath? and surrounded by flowers. The flrc records the memory of a young artisan and was raised by his follow workmen; the second commemorates brotherly and sisterly affection. Beth suicides were driven to self murder by play. "The remainder are mer? numbers. There are poor gamesters as well as rich, and it is only or chiefly the poor ones who are put into the groHnd here. The bodies of rich folks relatives, if Identified, are immediately removed. Many suicides are burled at Nice and Mentone, but the larger proportion fur! t- ther off still." "A ten on a picture postcard received from that city by a Wall street broken It showed an open space thronged with-men- , women and boys, many of whom-helbooks and portfolios. A letter by the same mail explained that this was the "postage stamp exchange." where dealers and collectors assembled once every month "to do business and tc regulate price." "Here one may find schoolings, great lawyers, society i. 'Tfvd traders, writers, merchants and men of all professions buying and showing stamps. and. .ulji'i!uh there is no organization, all seem to follow unwritten laws, and the sH'hprin: is as interesting to look lpoii a- - that stock market in your city 4'bicb has no roof over its head." Xw York Tribune. wo-uie- Paris Postage Stamp Exchange. curb market in Paris" was writ- d . . - i Comes a physician who says j we ought to eat the most indigestible things we can find. But An Exception. all of us aren't newly wedded "Money, after all, means nothing but men. trouble." every argument," said the ready made ''I've tried for ten to please my wife." said the married man, "and I've philosopher. "Yes," replied the gloomy person, never yet succeeded." "but it makes a difference which side "Impossible!" ejaculated his friend. you choose. There two sides to a piece "No, I don't think It Is," said the fly paper." Washington Star. married man. "I'm going to shoot of Scientists claim they have found the skull of ths missing link. May be so but more likely it belongs to some boneheaded baseball player slain last I .Sure It Was Safe. "You say that your airship Is abso"Still, it is the only kind of trouble lutely safe," said the investigator. 'Now, how can you make that statewhich It Is hard to borrow." ment?" "We haven't been able to get It to He Swore. She Was he furious, dear, when you 'eave the ground." replied the Cincinnati Enquirer. told him that we had been secretly married? He Not really furious, only Defined. salfurlous. Judge. "I say, what's call money?" "I guess It's the kind you pay teleNone is to be deemed free who has phone bills with." Baltimore uot perfect self command. Pythagoras. In-rent-or. p THE ADAIR COUNTWKEWS i f 4 .fc News whosapeculations.. have reached tKfs:ofnceas to ourposi-tio- n PafSshed Every Wdnftday. in the 'Senatorial contest, we have .no hesitancy in stating that BY THE j j v is"dur hope and'desirethat Ex Adif County News Company, it Goverjior-Beckhawill receive ( Incorporated.) nomination. the Democratic EDITOR. While we have no quarrel with CHAS. S. HARRIS those who favor Congressman Democratic newspaper devoted to the Mr. Beck of the City of Columbia and the people Stanley yet we feel that A.dalr and adjacent counties. ham is not only entitled to Jt from party pride, but eminently d as entered at the Columbia class mall matter. qualified and fitted to render the most effective service that could IVED. MARCH 5. 1913 be given by a representative in the Senate. He has the ability ANNOUNCEMENTS . and the determination to successfully champion the cause of the For County Judge. people. His administaation of We are authorized to announce that TANNER OTTLEY is a candi- State government was impartial date for Judge of the Adair County and exceedingly "healthy for Court, subject to the expression of Democrats at the August primary, this commonwealth and we be1913. lieve him as well fitted by exWe are authorized to announce Dr. 7S. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a perience and ability, as any man candidate for Judge of the Adair that has filled this important poCounty Court, subject to the Democratic voters who will express their sition from this State for years. choice at the August primary. He is in thorough accord with We are authorized to announce J. the trend of Democracy and posW. TUPM AN a candidate for Judge of Adair county court, subject to the sesses the good will and esteem will of the Democratic voters of Adair of kading Democrats in every county, at the August primary. part of the country. The brilFOR SHERIFF. liancy and capabilities of Mr. We are authorized to announce S. H Stanley are needed where he is MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, of Adair county, subject to the action and for the time being we believe of the Democratic voters of said to county, expressed at the August pri- he can render more service the 1913 mary, State and nation as Congressman We need StanWe are authorized to announce A. A than as Senator. MILLER a candidate for Sheriff of ley in the Lower House and BeckAdair county, subject to the Democratic primary to be held in August. ham in the Upper and if the best of reports don't fail thus it will " We are authorized to announce BURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier, a be. Kentucky is coming back to candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for Sheriff of Adair County, sub her old lime standing in National ject to the August primary. affairs and as certain as certain can be historic records, in a few FOR COUNTY CLERK. fleeting years, will point back to Ve are authorized to announce L. X. GABBERT a candidate for County the days of James and Beckham Court Clerk of Adair County, subject to the action of the Progressive Re in the Senate. Stanley, Helm, publicans of said county. Shirley, Johnson and others in the House as those to be desired. Jailer. Mr. Beckham was robbed of his To the Democrats of Adair County, just deserts, four years ago, by announce my candidacy for I hereby Adair County subject to the treachery of a tew DemJailer of of Democrats in the August ocrats who voted for Mr. ' Bradaction primary. If nominated, I will use all honorable means m my power to ad- ley, and if we mistake not the vance the interest of my associates and if elected will discharge the temper of the rank and file of duties of the oflice impartially, I ask Democrats, no compromise will your support. S. G. Denny. Yours truly now be made. Just put us down We are authorized to announce LU- for Gov. Beckham and you will THER BELL a candidate for Jailer, not miss the mark. subject to the action of the August THE ADMR -- COUHTf i; HEWS it n$fe 5 ln-- rt VULCAN PLOWS. Brinley Osborne Disc Harrows. Field Seeds the Best at Lowest Prices. The Je?fries Hardware Co. s Post-offl- ce sec-c- k.ClP :&; mmmmt ttflWj", Another candidate for County Judge, in the person of Mr. J. W. n m it mi iwiigS g"PBgMEMKLtijj:-a&HnBSH&sB9MBeKKcnaMffiHHHiaB in Tupman, is announced 6( paper. He is subject to the ac tion of the Democrats of Adair, expressed at the August primary. Dig Deep into the Details learn of What and How the Fence you Buy is Made, Mr. Tupman was born and rearA great many fencs users don't really without full investigation. You ed in a few miles of Columbia, test know what quality of material manufacyour seeds. old Demoand he comes from an turers put into their fences, nor how Test the fence before you buy and know they make them. crat family, his father being Mr. what yourmoney goes for. Our new cataYour money goes for the fence you logue, sent free, tells how to Joel Tunman, who never failed test fence. buy. Why don t you fine out what vou We don't carehow many different makes Demoto work for aud vote the are setting for ycur money? of fence you test, you'll find "Pittsburgh You don't bu3' cows or farm machinery Perfect," as made today, is best of all. cratic ticket in every election. Jt W. Tupman, who announces Made in Different Styles for HELD, FARM. RANCH. LAWN, J CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN Very KOQ OliarailteeCt has always been a strictly Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade party man, but he has not you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Brands of Barbed Wire: been an officer seeker, but he Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twisted If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Vf.ijB'.'jS V Cable Wire; Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 feels that he could fill the posiStaples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head tion of County Judge with credRoofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Ties; "PittsPittsburgh Steel Co. burgh Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open it to himself and to the perfect Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth materiaL vsjsmMm ft fBBiBB ff. satisfaction to the people of the entire county. He is well and favorbly known in many sections of the county, and he proposes to an honorable gentleman and the the sick list. Mr. W. A. Humphres3 visited visit every point in it before the voters will see him during often Mr. R. 0, Dillingham spent relatives on Casey Creek, a few primary. He is a genial, enterSunday night with Mr. R. B. days last week. the canvass. taining gentleman. All he asks White. Mrs. Wesley Willis and childUnder the proper heading it is for the Democrats to give his primary. Miss Mary Moore spent Sun- ren, spent several days of last candidacy due consideration, and will be seen that Mr. L. Y. Dudley, that should he be selected as the We are authorized to announce Friends of Mr. J. V. of the Gadberry neigh- day night at Mr. H. B. Robert- week with Mrs. Jas. Willis. Oliver Willis a candidate for the accompanied home Mr. G. C. Russell and son, Democratic nomination for Jailer of of the Glenville precinct and nominee and elected in Novem- borhood, is a candidate for the son's and was Adair County, subject to the action from other sections of the Coun-tby Miss Emma Robertson. made a business trip to ber, he will use his utmost en- office of County Court Clerk of of the Democrats of this county in the August primary. appealed to him to be deavors to make Adair an impar- Adair county, subject to the acMrs. W. P. DillingMr. and have a few days ago. come a candidate for School Sup- - tial Covnty Judge. He would tion of the Progressive Republi- ham visited their daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Weather-for- d COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT erintendent, subject to the ac- - now n0 man on the bench all cans, expressed at the August 0. G. Hendrickson, of Casey visited at this place a few We are authorized to announce tion of the Democrats expressed primary. Mr. Gabbert is a son county, last Wednesday night. would fair alike. days last week. PROF. TOBIAS IIUFFAKER a candidate for Superintendent of Public at the August primary and he H. B. Robertson visited of Dr. Z. T. Gabbert, who lives Mr. Schools of Adair county, at the Norace. ' Mr. G. A, Bradshaw, of the on Casey Creek, and who also is his sister, Mrs. Z. T. Gabbert, Edith. vember election. has concluded to make the Mr, Dudley has been an educator Montpelier section, one of the a strong worker in the Progress last Saturday night and Sunday. We are authorized to announce ELI STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate of the county for fifteen years, best known Democrats in Adair ive party. L. Y. Gabbert is a Miss Nannie Russell, of Colum As I have not seen anything-frofor the Democratic nomination foi taught almost constantly county, is announced in this is- gentleman ell qualified for the bia, visited her sister, Mrs. J. S. County School Superintendent sub having this place for some time,, ject to the oction or the August pri during that time. He has also sue of the News a candidate for position, and there is no ques- Beard, of this place, Saturday will write a few lines. mary. We are having fine weatber served on the Board of Exami- Assessor, subject to the action tion but he would make a pains- and Sunday. We are authorized to announce the and farmers are making good. candidacy of J. A7. DUDLEY for Coun- ners, and is familiar with the of his party friends, expressed taking official. He possess a Miss Bertha Martin spent last ty School Superintendent, subject to duties of Common School Super Bro. Daniels filled jhis regular s education, having re- week with her aunt, Mrs. Jas. at the August primary. Mr. the action of the Democratic voters appointment at this place Satat the August primary. He is strictly an Bradshaw has, since he reached ceived his tutorship in the Male Cooley. intendent. urday and Sunday. honorable, gentleman and his majority, worked for and & Female High School, this FOR SENATOR. Miss Mary Morris was the Messrs. John and Grover Corthose who know him best, say voted the Democratic ticket, and place. He is a farmer, but he neal and Charlie Hardin, started guest of Miss Clara Robertson, We are authorized to announce E. that he would make a very dili .desires to serve Adair county ' as his influence in elections is to make maple sugar this week M. COX, of Albany, a candidate lor last week. in this the 10th Senatorial gent omcer, just such a one as d believing that he is Senator Sixteen years ago he clerk, Mr. and Mrs. Welby Mings, district subject to the action of the Mr. Willie Rice's sale was for the position. Should visited at Knifley Sunday. Republican party in the August pri- would give perfect satisfaction. was solicited to make the race largely attended. mary. He is said to be a man who takes for the same position, the Re he be selected to fill said position Misses Minnie, Lillie and Bet-ti- e Willie Corbin and family, Mr. Knifley, L. W. T. S. students FOR ASSESSOR. the right side of every moral publicans having for their can- he promises to do evey thing in neighborhood are at home to have the measles question, and his actions in past didate Mr. Stamper Pickett, one his power to conduct the office to have moved to this We are authorized to announce R.A The school at this place is proMr. Jo Humphress, who reWAGGENER a candidate for the events, occurrences that came up of the strongest men in said par- the satisfaction of all the pa Democratic nomination for Assessor gressing nicely. Mr. Plato Wade of Adair county subject to tne action in his own community, have been ty. The nomination was accept trons. He will thoroughly can cently returned from Panama is the teacher. of the August primary. Zone, visited Mr. W. A. HumHe comes from ed by Mr. Bradshaw who enter- vass the county. commendable. Several of the boys from this phress, of this place. We are authorized to announce a Democratic family and he him- ed the contest determined to win. vicinity are going West this The Progressive Republicans JAKE CHELF a candidate for Assess- self has been a worker in the Mrs. Lucy Grassam, of Bit. spring. Luck to them. He canvassed the county night or of Adair county, subject to the of Adair county met in mass tion of the Democratic voters of said ranks since before he reached and day, and when the polls Pleasant neighborhood, visited Mr. Bill Jones, of this place, county, expressed at the August priconvention, at the court-hous- e mary. his majority. If the Democrats closed on the day of election the Monday and decided to put out a her daughter, Mrs. Henry Cool has moved to Eunice. ey, last Sunday. Sunday School at this place is showed that he was elected We are authorized to announce G. of Adair county will give him the vote full county ticket, to be voted A. BRADSIIAW a candidate for Asby a safe majority.' During his Tom Humphress, of Casey doing fine. sessor, subject to the action of the nomination he would oe truly for at the August primary. A Mr. "Miss Lillie Hardin was strickterm of office he made a faithful good.crowd attended the Creek, was in this neighborhood Democratic voters of Adair county, thankful, assuring them that he expressed at the August primary. en with acute indigestion while servant of the people, his work one day last week on business. attending church Sunday night would not give them cause to re- proving satisfactorily to the enMr. Ingram Robertson visited and was unconscious for six gret their action. In the mean tire county, He again asks for Absher. his sister, Mrs. Van Humphress, hours. She is improving rapidly put at ease and satisfy the time he hones to personally see the nomination, believing that he To of Knifley, last Saturday and and thanks the good people for Mrs. Mary A. Brockman, is on Sunday. win in November. He is curiosity of some readers of The all the voters before the primary. could the good attention given her. a to-day's PittsbufHh Perfect" Fence -- OJ ",,.., so-call- ed GAB-BER- T, v. Camp-bellsvil- le j m first-clas- well-know- n. well-fitte- a 1 r rH E 2T A! U ft CM U N TY NEWS ex- 1 CI T Born, to the wife of Willie Morris, their acquaintance I should a daughter, Feb. 24th. perience ROYAL Baking Powder is the greatest of modern-tim- e helps to perfect cake and biscuit making. Makes home baking pleasant and An extra pood Jersey cow for sale. Will calve in three weeks. L. C. Hindman. t. Columbia, Ky. 14-4- joy mixed with retrospections of tho3e who have passed away that would make the experience doubly appreciata, u: s Are you Constipated? If so, get a box of Dr. Kings Hew Life Pills, take them regularly and your trouble will quickly disappear. They will stimulate the liver, improve your digestion and get rid of all the poisons from your system. They will surely get you well again. 2oc at Paull Drug Co. ed. .tu If you are in need of a pump see S. F. Eubank and get the latest improved. 18-- 4t Every week in your Gradyville letter I see news of scores of old friends, and that part of your paper alone is like a letter from home. Your correspondent from that place is an old friend of the writer and that makes his weekly letter all the more appreciated. iM?' I am old and "the snows of many winters profitable. It renders the food more digestible and guarantees it safe from alum and all adulterants. have whitened my head, but my aeis a lusty winter. frosty but kindly.for For Sale. Stove wood for sale at 60c a load. Leave orders with Sandusky & Co., or t. A. H. Ballard. 18-l- Personal Mr. Oscar McBeath, is here from Danville. Mr. L. H. Cabell, Miami, was here Monday. Mr. Luke Lay, left this morning for Franklin Ind. Mr. Tom Waggener, was in last Sunday. Mill-tow- n Mrs. Alfred Murrell, continues to be a very sick patient. Mr. James Wolford was here from Jamestown last Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Tucker is visiting relatives in Jamestown. Mr. J. B. Jones, who was quite sick last week, has about recovered. Mr. Ray Montgomery, was quite sick the latter part of last week. Mr. J. F. Montgomery is still confined to his room, but he is improving. Miss Winnie Dehonny, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Edsell. in Louisville. Mr. D. f ard Denton, is on a business trip to Cincinnati for Elrod & Best for Skin Diseases Heady every skin disease yields quickly and permanently to Buckleu's Arnica Salve, and nothing is better place of business. She spent a week for burns or bruises. Soothes and in the St. Louis market before going heals. John Deye. of Gladwin, Mich., South. says, after suffering twelve years with Miss Lorena Pyle, whoSwill engage skin ailment and spending $400 in docin .the millinery business at Horse tors' bills, Buchlen's Arnica Salve Cave, left for the city markets last cured him. It will help you. Only Thursday morning. Mention of sever 25c. Recommended by Paull Drug ing her connection with the Exchange Co is published elsewhere in the paper. Rev. O. P. Bush and family arrived Wanted. from Lancaster last Wednesday, and are now comfortably located at the 350 or 400 bundles top or blade fodder. Baptist Parsonage Every thing was Dr. J. N. Murrell. in readiness and a hearty welcome was given. Rev Bush, who becomes the Local Market. pastor of the Baptise Church, has preached a few sermons here, and the membership like him very much. We feel sure that himself and family will be perfectly contented with Columbia 16 Eggs and her people. Tc-day. Hens 11 11 4 11 7 8 Best Known Cough Remedy years Dr. King's For forty-thre- e Discovery Hew has been known throughout the world as the most reli- Chickens; Cocks. I have no doubt many of your readers would be interested in anything pretaining to Texas and this great country that is just now getting properly developed, I shall tell you about our taxes here, that being a subject upon which I am well informed, as I am deputy tax assessor. It takes nine of us, seven months out of the year, to assess the taxes and make out rolls. It is Grayson county of which I am now speaking. This is one of the largest and richest I have counties in the State. been living in this county ever since I left Leather Wood creek Grayson county in Kentucky. has a population of more than 100,000 and I suppose I know 90 per cent in it. The bank statement in your last issue recalls to my mind that when I was a boy in Kentucky A's theCciVprhas lightened my jears. You are assured a happy old age if you us Oliver Plows They save your strength. You do more work. Raise better crops. Make more money. Will You Enjoy Your Old Age? Sold by REED & MILLER, Columbia, Ky. They keep all kinds Oliver repairs in stock. Buggies Surreys Runabouts. Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A Oar Load Of Buggies Saturday. able cough remedy. Over three million bottles were used last year. Isn't this proof? It will get rid of your Wool spring clipping cough, or we will refund your money. Hides fereen) Co. J. J. Owens, of Allendale, S. C, writes the way others have done: "After Feathers Mr. C. C. Hale, of Russell Springs, twenty years, I find that Dr. King's Ginseng was here two days of last week on Hew Discovery is the best remedy for Beeswax business. coughs or colds that I have ever used. Yellow Root Mr. Frank Sinclair returned from For coughs or colds and all throat and the Cincinnati market last Friday af- lung troubles, it has no equal. 50c MayApple(per lb) Turkeys Geese Ducks the Bank of Columbia was the first banking institution I had ever seen. It also brings to mind the time when the James boys robbed that bank and killed the cashier. In this letter I am enclosing a statement of our bank here, from which you can see that even a small town like Tioga can have a first class bank. I am a stockholder and director in this bank, and it has been a most profitable institution all during its existence; having cleared more than 20 per cent all the time. I am also in the cotten business here. Cotton is king here in deed and in truth. This State will produce more than 5,000,000 bales in the season just cjosing. 21 ' 12 45 5 50 25 3 25 2 Every ternoon. I Tioga Mr. Geo. A. Smith, Jr., and wife, of Lula, visited in Columbia the first of Rev. O. P. Bush will dedicate the Baptist church, Cane Valley, the 5th the week. Sunday in this month. He will also Editor of The News: Mr. D. T. Curd, whole-sal- e drygoods preach at Cane Valley the fourth Enclosed you will find my see our merchants Sunday. salesman, called to check for $2.00, which is to pay last .week. lam a candidate for Town Marshal my subscription to your highly n milMiss Ida Todd, a of the town of Columbia, to be voted appreciated paper for last year liner, is now with a whole-sal- e house, well-know- and SI at Paull Drug Co. Saturday June 22nd. Main Texas; Street for-two Greensburg was Blocked1 hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis, Louisville. Mr. J. M. Durham, stock dealer, Campbellsviile, was here several days of last week. Miss Mollie Caldewell, went to Mill-tow- n Sunday, to see her uncle, Mr. W. Townsend. 4 Rev. J. II. Chandler, pastor of the Methodist Church, was a victim of lumbago last week. Mrs. Emily Burton, who has been sick for four or live weeks, is rapidly gaining her health. Mrs. Clay Sullivan, of Jamestown, came down to see her son, a few days ago, who is in the L. W. T. S. Mrs. S. K. Breeding, of Elkhorn, was here last week, to see her daughter, who is in the Lindsey-WilsoMrs. W. L. Taylor and son, Finis, Eddy, Texas, are visiting at the home of Mr. Matthew Taylor, Glenville. Mr. Hat Walker, who is running Iks mother's farm at Gradyville, was quite sick last week, but better at this writing, Mr. C. S, Harris visited his son, John A., who is in school at Bowling Green, last Sunday. This week he is spending a few days in Louisville. Mrs. Lou W. Atkins and her Miss Mabel, were in the Cincinnati and Louisville market last week, purchasing millinery for this market. Mr. John Will Townsend, one of Adair county's best citizens, a resident of near Milltown, was dangerously ill last week, but he is better at this writing. Mr. J. F. Shaw, traveling man out of Hashville, a gentleman that the people of Adair county are always glad to see, was in our midst several days of last week. Mr. Jas. T. Page, writes Mr. Brack Massie, that he is better, that his head was well from the operation, and that he thought he would be able- - to leave Indianapolis for home in a very short time. Miss Julia Eubank, has accepted a position with a millinery firm, Winona, Miss., and is now at her n. and this; and in this connection I want to beg your pardon for In the absence of Miss Lorena Pyle, my negligence in this matter, persons who have an occasion to order which should have been attended llowers, will call an Mrs. Lola Lovett. J. to long ago and for which negliI can Furaish you Needles for 100 gence is the only excuse I have N. 17-2- t for at the Hovember election. - During the day Town Marshall called on to clear the street. If this letter escapes the I'm sure waste-baske- t, C. S. Bell, D. different Kinds of sewing machines. Frank Sinclair. to offer. Twenty-fou- years ago I was a resident of Adair county, and as S. M. Buadett bought 4 mules the lirs of the week at from S180. to $200. per I have been taking The News head. since its first issue, I have a deep interest in it and the county in r Foxes Wanted. Grey Foxes $2.50, Red Foxes So.00; Minks 86.00 to SS.00 each; Coons S1.25, and express. Send name of your express office in first letter. W. T. Hodgen, Box 232 Campbellsviile, Ky. S. Kinniard, Roy Walker and my uncle, J. R. Bell, and many of What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales. Quality, j "wpjMsseas&EsmiwaiELimM EASIEST m oney Eoinjr to make Egg money is the easiest and quickest money in the poultry industry. If you are esss your specialty, you should look well into the matter before purchasing stock or esKS for hatching:. Heavy laying: strains are not accidents. That quality is bred in the stock. If the "fancy" side of the industry appeals to you. buy stock and eggs bred for the show rinpr. My strain of 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 hav shown remarkable records during: the last two winters. Any old hen will lay in the s prins and early summer. ID If EGGS FOR 75 by mall, add postage 15c for and pack- ing. Place your orders early. . O. Russell Columbia, Ky. Among which it is published. Very truly yours, many of your readers are a host Avanda H. Leftwich. of my old friends whom I am sure would like to hear someBreeding. thing from me, and I intend to ask your indulgence for space for Rob Taylor has gone to receivthis letter, that I may let them ing staves for the next ten "'days hear from me and the country I and everybydy is busy hauling. am in. One of these friends, a Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dillon better man than whom never gave the young people a nice lived. I note with sorrow has social last Saturday night, and it passed over the river of death. was enjoyed by all present. I refer to Mr. Jas. D. Walker, of Guy Coomer, our whose death I read in your paper man passed through here en Many others route for Edmonton yesterday. of laSt week. Mr. and Mrs. Titus Mercer whom I knew in the days of long ago when I was a citizen of visited the latters parents SatAdair county have gone the way urday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Venus Royse, of of all that is earthly, and in their Fairplay, visited at Bob Royse' places new generations have one night last week. sprung up, until I should be alMr. A, C. Froedge, wife and most a stranger were I to now little daughter, Elsie, visited the walk into your town. But I feel latters parents at Dirigo Sun- sure that these younger men and fday. women have all of the virtues of Lawrence Montgomery, good traits of their fathers Ozark, visited his father, fi. Q. and and mothers who Have done so Montgomery last Sunday night. much to make Kentucky the Mrs. Josie Cole is visiting State in the Union, and relatives at Edmonton for a few proudest I have no doubt, that in making weeks. dry-goods my other Kentucky friends will be glad to hear from me, and at some other time I shall write more of this great State and county. Styles and Easy Riding. REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man, the Mower and Binder man, the Gasoline Engine man, the Farm Implement man. WOODSON GREENSBURG, KY. LEWIS Herman C Tafel IB 236 W. Jefferson, St. Louisville Ky. AH ' . Things Electrical Write for . Wireless Telegraph! Pamphlet " Telegraph Instrm u Telophone Medical ( 3 Electricyjght vf" Vf THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS V- - Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health As health talks to women become more general, both in the newspapers and on the platform, the mass of women are beginning to realize what the more cultivated have always known, that good health cannot be found in a powder box. The externals of health may be obtained in that way, but the basis of health lies deeper, and yet is just as easily obtained. The most important thing that a woman can do for herself, and about which she is often most neglectful, is to ivatch the condition of her stomach and bowels. The weary eyes, the bad breath, the frequent headaches, the pimples, the general air of lassitude Is nine times out of ten the result of constipation or indigestion, or both. Many simple remedies can be obtained, but the best in the estimation of most women is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is mild, pleasant to the taste and exactly suited to her needs. It is far superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters, are entirely too violent. "Women should see to it that they have at least one movement of the bowels each day, and when showing any tendency to constipation should take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in the small dose prescribed. A brief use of it will so train the stomach and bowel muscles that all forms of medicine can be dispensed with. These opinions are voiced by thousands of, women, after etc., which Not Legal Offenses. Breaking into society. Picking your way. Stealing hearts. Coining money. , WEEKLY PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by The Louisville Adair Killing time. Murdering a part. Cutting capers. personal experience, among them Miss V. Striking a balance. L. Moore, 32 Claiborne St, Nashville, Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. Forging ahead. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it In the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one Burning daylight. dollar a 'large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home Getting drunk with applause, free of charge by simply addressing Dr. "W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, Monticello, 111. Your name and address Smashing the record. on a postal card will do. Poarching eggs, Trespassing on our good nature. Daily Shooting the chutes. Cheating the doctors. Taking offense. Converting the heathen. Beating time. News COURIER - JOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the "WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c AN.DS1.00 ATALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS Times News E-to- for ai.50 i you will give or Special Fiatulo, Attnetin to Eyes And The County Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wood-ro- w Wilson for the The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. Kentucky was never so much, alive to the educational welfare of her children. The interest will and should produce splendid .results improperly guided. The Kentucky Educational Association which meets at Louisville on April 30, May 1, 2 and 3. is the clearing house for educational thought and action and every progressive teacher in Kentcuky should be present on that occasion. Each teacher who attends should take a new idea with him and be prepared to carry many back home. Parental Love. Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. send your order to this Courier-Journa- l. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. paper notgto the ONBURKSYILLE Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6,00 Joseph 3 H. Stone, Attoney-AHa- w unday Courier-Journ- Yr $100 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. Why The Adair County News and Weekly Courier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Not We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for 4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in Of all problems, this seems one among the most difficult, one that is more often neglected especially among the young, of which I am most certainly a member. U. G. HARDWICS, 4 Pres. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres.. R. H. DIETZHAN. Sec The your subscription. mI A AH Persons Who Ajre Behind One Year on our Subscip tion Books Notwithstanding this how many of us are as true and loyal to our parents as we should be. How many of us show to our dear fathers and mothers the respect due them. They who are our best friends, and who strive and toil from morn till night, are willing to do anything possible or within their power in behalf of the best interest of the child. Ah boys and girls you who still are blessed with the presence of a father and mother, honor them and show them your true love, and affection for them. Let us not longer trod that path of carlesness, but strive to show them that we appreciate them, their instructions and advice. J T IVnsilMiHi'. ??. i.ryEiciTiui4x -- Supply Co. Courier 1889- ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED - $imLlW$IGHT3 1301 N. DEALERS IN f OlRCHirllSTS Journal? HENRY WATTERSON ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS.' ZS&g' smcsva il 'T.V- s.-x:- GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftIRT5eNTtf-MftILOUISVILLe SMOKESTACK Sheet iron and Tank Work .1 1 Editor. -- w z i C5S.W. We Can Furnish You The AdaiF County News r-- rr M-- . andGthe JOBBING WORK. SOLICITRD All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - Weekly Courier-Journal Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The Government though we may not have had much experience can see the great mistakes and failures of others that we know have been disobedient, heeding not the advice of their best friends on earth. Therefore let We ourselves, The Adair County News and Daily Courier-Journal Both One Year For $1.50 Attacked Wife With Ax. We can also give libera3 teen; Clement, aged sixteen, and combination rate with Daily j Will Not carry Papers iniithe Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week Treating Nail Wounds us resolve that we will profit by seeing the result of the defects of others. Who can fill the vacancy of a friend so great? No never again can it be filled. Who can fully realize the great ness of that parental love? How is the best way of showing our appreciation of their love? . These may be perplexing ques tions for many, at least they One who has tried it says that An expert advises salesmen to seem that way for me. the most . successful treatment study up on elocution. To study that he has found for nail wounds on strategy would be more to With better resolutions, and trusting these few remarks will n horsed feet is to clean the the point. Any man can talk an- prove a hinderance to no one. wound and pour full of hot tal- - other to death, but all don't con- Yours Respectfully, low or Jard. Thisseem3to givevjnce Pearl Dowell. very little pain, and one treatment generally cures. Warsaw, Ind. Stealing into his wife's bedroom, Charhs Walton of Mentone, attacked her with an ax. and when he thought herdeadran out of the hoifse and shot himself. Mr. and Mrs. Walton had some family trouble, but as far as is known had no serious quarrel previous to the tragedy. Mrs. Walton was sound asleep when her husband first struck her. The blow glanced off and did little damage. The second blow knocked her out of bed. Partly stunned, Mrs. Walton fowled nut of the room on her hands and knees. The husband followed her to the ,kitchen, where he struck her again. Three song, Wilbur, aged eigh- - Leon, aged seven were asleep in an upstairs room. Clement w aroused by his mother s cries for help and rushed into the kitchen where he succeeded in disarm ing his father after a desperate struggle. As the father rushed from th'e room he said: "I didn't know what I was doing. I did it in my sleep." Clement Walton left his moth- or Sunday Courier Journal, , I I Courier.journal Com. pahy, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy OI edition , bp tn send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. hf er in the care of her other son's, and rushed to a doctor's offiice. When he returned a search was made and the father's hody was found in the barn. Walton had sent a bullet through his brain. years Mr. Walton was fifty-tw- o Mrs old and was a years old. Walton is thirty-si- x She is in a critical condition, but has a chance to live. day-laborer. ii Made A New Man Of Him. my Rtnmaoh. head and back." WTltes -- -- iectrio Bitters 50 "I was suffering from pain fa lstnn. TCaleio-h- . N. U. "and my 1 iver and kidneys did not work right, ; but four bottles or juecmc .Diueia made me feei J'ke a new man. TV A j i j XX. , PRICE CTS. Ai ALL DRUG STORES, THE ADAIR COUNT? NEWS, ing a reward for a watch lost from an aeroplane. Just supMexico's revolution seems to pose it had beea a monkey wrench! be a victim of the hookworm. A steerage passenger with Mme. Sembrich says that wiggle dances are terrible for young $50,000 in his pocket has been admitted in New York. If he is folks also fat folks. A Chicago girl almost wedded there yet it isn't necessary to the wrong twin. These hasty ask whether or not he still has it. The pigeon, says a Harvard marriages should be discourprofessor, leads an intellectual aged. A Chicago waiter died leaving life. Our observation is that the $1,000,000. To paraphrase: "He father pigeon's chief intellectual gets his too, who stands and diversion is grumbling and swearing. waits." After April 13 whistling and A New York man sent a- live cane swinging will be barred on lobster through the mail by parthe streets of Berlin, and not cel post. Must have done it in a more than three persons can pinch though. walk abreast on the side walks Chicago chef found a $500 of that thoroughly governed pearl in an oyster, says reports. city. Press dope to advertise the house LuKc McLuke Says. quite likely. The English language is employed by 150,00.0,000 people. (Cincinnati Enquirer.) Lots of girls who paint are not Of that number a few speak it. as bad as they are painted. The rest mangle it. A man is so willing to be drivA vast amount of Oleomargarine was manufactured in this en to drink that he will go out country last year, and some of and buy you a whip. it was eaten by mistake for butMen practice economy by seeter. ing that their wives do not get New York moving pictures are too much money to spend being exhibited shoeing brain The reason we have so many diseases. A brain storm must divorces is because there is no be equal to the real thing. way for a fool girl to tell love British babies are now worth from passion. $7.50 a head, but you would The great American breakfast scorn to trade your American ba- used to be started with an appeby for the whole British empire. tite, but nowadays it is started California woman divorced with an appetizer. her husband because he annoyed The only time flattery doesn't her by frequent praying. Too please a woman is when her much of a good thing, no doubt. friends are standing around sayEngland's firt dreadnaught ing: "How Natural she looks." which revolutionized the navies When a woman is in a street of the world, is only six years car with her husband she always old and yet it is already gets mad if he gets up and Short Stops. out-classe- d. THE STREETS OF NAPLES.' Gave Up Hope "I suffered five vears. with awful oains. due to woman ly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from Chad-bour- n, N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and-- had an awful hurting In my Side ? fllcn htmAnnha anrt a KMrnnJia I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband i J urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle K helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. AH the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." M CARDU I WomarVsTonic For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and welL During flits time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womaniy troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattmooga Medldne Oj.. Chattanooga, Term., for Special Instructions, and book. "Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J 49 ge They Aro the Workshops of the People In the Poorer Quarters. The ancient city of Naples has always been more celebrated for Its beanty and Interest of Its surroundings than for its own attractiveness or scenic advantages. The charm of Naples itself lies in Its life the careless, open air life of its people, with much of it passed almost wholly out of doors under the gaze of the passerby. The Neapolitan Is the most buoyant, light hearted creature In the world Vfd. It must be added, about the most indolent. The streets are bright and moving pictures. Many of the people, men, women and children when these latter are not innocent of any clothing are garbed in strange and somewhat gaudy costume, with bright colored kerchiefs on their Ueads. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR BRIGHTER, 1913 BETTER. BGGER THAN EYER THE REGULAR PRICE OF In the poorer and more populous quarters all handicrafts and occupations are carried on out of doors, and the streets are as busy as beehives. Tailors are seen at their work, and carvers of lava, tortoise shell and coral articles, makers of statuary, women THE LOUISVILLE TIMES sewing, cooking and performing all their domestic duties, men, women and children eating, sleeping, chattering, playing, singing, all in the open. There F YOU WLL SEM YO'Ji OROEi is no cessation to the noise and bustle in the streets from early morning, TO US, YOU CAN GET when the tinkle of goat bells starts the day, until the evening, when countless mandolin players, wandering from house to house, from trattoria to cafe, "singing for their supper'' of macaroni and red wine the famous old love songs of Naples and popular operatic IS $5.00 A YEAR. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND The airs. the rattle of wheels, the cracking of whips, the furious shouting of drivers, the jingle of the elaborately decorated harness, the cries of innumerable street hawkers, the playing of military bands as march through the streets, with a not unpleasant and Neapolitan din. American Magazine. BREVITY regiments fill All day long iaily Louisville Herald. Enjoys the largest circulation in tucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. Ken- the air THE L0UISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR thoroughly Travelers' - -- , APPRECIATED. Japanese Courtesy Was a Bore to Both NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports as well as general news, The Herald's special features make it pre-emine- nt among Louisville newspapers. attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in The Herald entitled Special gives his seat t6 a good looking Those New York waiters who girl. struck before the diners had Lots of young couples are livdined, did not seem to care ing in furnished rooms and takabout the slip between the cup ing their meals outbecause Cutie N BOARD THE GOOD SHIP EARTH and the tip. knows how to stew eggs and St. Louis physicians are em- boil bread. ploying a tuning fork to cure a The reason a bachelor doesn't Back numbers of these articles free on redisordered throat. We know have any fun is because he quest to all who subscribe now. lots of singers we wish they'd hasn't any wife to raise Cain practice on. with him when he stays out all DAILY Man is at his best at 40, ac- night hunting for the South Pole. cording to a symposium of .Ber Why is it that although you AND lin scientists There is hope 'for have a yard of vest front and a the woman, if she only boosts yard of coat front a splash of COUNTY that 30 mark now. dirty water will always land on will soon be a. million your five inches of clean . shirt There I automobiles in this country. front? Both by Mail for One Year for This will provide one for every It is mighty hard to resist 96 inhabitants, which still crowd temptation when it is dressed in the joyriders. crisp bank notes of large denom A woman injured in getting inations. But when it is dressed off a train has lost the power of in clinging laces and lingerie all speech. However, her lawyer a poor mutt can do is hold up No subscription can be taken for the Herald will probably do all the talking both hands. I that is necessary. to be mailed to any town or city where that When they are married and papet is delivered by carrier. It is said that the railroad ties She ealls Him "honey" and He of the future will be of cement, calls Her "dear" every few secwhich will come nearer suggest- onds when they are in company ing the side walks of Broadway you don't have to imagine that than the wooden ones. L this is the way they address one Some one might make a hit another at home. nan's Home Companion For development of the fight for betand a great deal of money by In Africa when a youth desires ter babies. March. training lobsters for the New a wife he selects the girl and York market to crawl to the ta- she is given a half hour start The officers of the Kentucky ome people care more about ble under their own power. and he must chase her until he Educational Ass ociation are and better pigs than ter corn Dr. Vaughan of the University catches her. Over here when a maUng an active campaign ii ay care about better babie?, for an attendance of 5 000 at the of Michigan declaims against girl wants a husband she picks ? it we shall lose both our corn next meetine in Lotus villa nn the "clinging vine" girl as a him out and chases him until he cifaurpigs if we don'ttske wife, but does not specifically hollers "Uncle." And the poor April 30, May 1, 2 and 3. The r& of our babies. suggest any twining substitute. teachers of the state are begin-in- g sucker doesn't get any handicap. A great "Better Baby" cam- A French physician says that to realize that attendance at ign scientifically directed is walking on all fours will cure inthese meetings is a business proTwo Hungarian editors fought digestion. Here's another exringing up and spreading fast. position and that the investment cuse for the man who has to with sabers for two hours, and e Woman's Home Companion yield an enormous dividend. adopt this mode of locomotion will one was cut on the hand. His for this movement and will re- progressive teacher is the when he reaches home at 3 a. m. rival evidently took no chances The rt it fully. In this number ap- si . one who wants the opinions of i An advertisement recently ap. of allowing him to come back rs an interesting account of peared in a German paper offer with his pen. e somewhat drastic orgin and most able educators. HE LOUISVILLE HERALD THE ADAIR NEWS . ! Oriental and Englishman. Oriental courtesy takes up a great deal of time and on that account is not always appreciated In western lands, as is shown In the following extract from Yoshio Marklno's book on EngTHE LOUISVILLE TIMES lishwoman, "Miss John Bull," in which he says: the best afternoon paper prin"I nsed to live in Greenwich, and thence I attended to the Japanese na- ted anywhere. val office In the morning, then to the night school of the Goldsmith InstiHas the best corps of correstute. It was nearly 11 o'clock every night when I arrived at my diggings. I was deadly tired. The landlord ask- pondents. ed me every evening: "How were you getting on with Covers the Kentucky field peryour work today?' "I always answered him every small fectly. detail of my work at the office and the Covers the general news field school. One day I said to my landlady: "'Wny Is your husband giving me completely. such a troublesome question? Tou see, I often feel too tired to answer.' Has the best and fullest mar "She patted me and said: " 'My poor boy, you need not give kets reports. him all Information of your work. It is our custom to say "How are you DEMOCRATIC in politics, bu getting on?" and if you simply say right" that will be quite enough.' "All "The nest evening the old man put fair to everybody. the same question to me. At first I rather hesitated because I thought such an abrupt answer might offend SEND YOUR SUBSCkIP- him, but I got courage at last when I saw his wife giving me some sign in HON RIGHT AWAY her eyes. I shouted loudly. 'All right! To my surprise, the old man seemed more satisfied than to hear the details "Since this event I began to incline A Splendid to have more friendship with John Bul'osses than John Bulls!" Clubbing Bargain FOR ONLY $4.50. i ! 75 i lUBSCRIBE NOW.: Chilling Prospect. in Lincolnshire, and the guard of the train at the preceding Junction had been attentive to a gent tleman whose luggage he noticed was labeled to an out of the way little station a few miles beyond. On reaching the traveler's destination the guard, having carefully deposited the gentleman's traps on the platform in acknowledgment of a .generous tip, solemnly grasped the donor's hand and feelingly shook it. This unusual move raised the curiosity of the passenger, who asked the meaning of it. The guard answered significantly: "Well. sir. you never can tell. I have left several gentlemen such as yon at this forsaken hole, but never picked one up. Goodness only knows what becomes of them, I don't." London Telegraph. We Offer It was The Adair And County The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only $1.35 iiufo.scrlpHon.s may lp 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 facili- ' ties of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtain- inir the World's events, and for that reaon can give you all the leading news It carries a great amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials and reliab" market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. Tnis grand offer is limited and wu advise you to taKe advantage by subscribing for the above combination right now. Call Or mail orders to, Si to-da-y. Fixing the Guilt. Following Tim. who was following a pair of horses, the owner of the farm noticed that the drills Tim had been running out for potatoes were strangely irregular. "Tim," he said, "these drills are very trooked." "Faith, they are now." assented Tim. "but you should have seen them this mornin' before th' sun warped them." It is issued every Thursday. Subscription price ! THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. ji ' Stupid. w"T3S!aj .xzzrxrs'irixsrifzr'i cr was half as beautiful as h i ?;i v 8.5 Miss Brown." remarked the fair Edith 3 & M'tTS '' k; C ? to Mr. Green. 'i "Well, you are. yon know." replied Green thoughtlessly. Then he wondered why she suddenly SMiMiWHJjlii li iw ;' .. rose and left him. a for two years, j. l.tyt. mo Tr. j d - :rs3 y for eia.v U, 9 relief, but got li t!ol' ho mitI She Could Spend. i ii in the beat pi Ji or aiaduine I o..r triad Be 1 am a millionaire. Haven't 1 mony enouch Tor both of as? She-Y- es. If you are moderate In .your tastes New York Sun. "I wish 1 c,o $?J8,WJh3 iv.U major-xnvnT-- '. DR. KING'S C. E. Hatfield. Gnyaa, W. X .'- NewLifePills 25 CENTS partial I side of man. Tbt- heart hi everything. KtvaroL Mind ts th f2R BOTTLE AT ALL 0 'STS. l k- - V r;. IrSjjM 'H f-- ;; 8 - jfi- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. Shelby, Ind who has been visit- -' EVERYTHING IN ing his aunt, Mrs'. Jennie Smith, Mrr John Rose, of Leather-las- t for quite a while, returned home Sunday last week. Mrs. Jennie Smith wood creek, spent accompanied him, and will be here. Last Sunday was a very dis- there about two weeks visiting friends and relatives. agreeable day. Charles Sparks is recovering Mr. J. W. Todd left for Louisville last Tuesday, where he has from a case of mumps. J. H. Smith returned from the a position. Louisville tobacco market last Mr. Bill Hood, one of our best week where he sold several hogs- young men, left last Tuesday for Buffalo Haijt, Iil., where he head. Attorney. Paul Smith, of Co has a money making job. Miss Bessie Zach Smith made lumbia, was in our midst one day a flying trip to Columbia last last week. G. E. Nell spent last week in week. Mr. Ray Smith left for HighLousville selling tobacco. Mrs. Thos. Moss, of Nell com- land Park, Louisville, last week. munity, will be engaged in the Ray is one of our good working millinery business season. ROOFING J - iTnp 71 1 II ILIU Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanize! and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts I a again this boys. Mr. James 0. Smith is very J. W. Walker, of Columbia, sick at this writing. Mr. James SuddarLh sold a spent a few days here last week. The hog market in this sec- bunch of fat hogs to Clint Smith tion has been exceedingly good at 7 cents per hundred, last week. for the past thirty days. Mr. 0. E. Wilson bought a J. P. Hutchison, of Columbia, n span of horse mules from his faand Jame3 Burriss, of the section, have been making ther, James Wilson, last week. produce bring full value at this Price private. This is the best team of mules in the county. Miss Ethel Karnes spent last Taylor, a wellknown colored man, of this community, is week visiting in Columbia. Mr. Morgan's family all but just at the point of death. W. P. Smith and L. E. himself are down with measles. Your scribe is also rasling with Thomas were delivering tobacco at Columbia a day or so of last the measles. week. Ernest Cundiff sold a stack of Miss Mollie Flowers is teach, hay to Bob Hood, last week for ing a very interesting school $15. here. Her pupils are advancing There is to be a new telephone fine with all of their studies. line run out on the lower Greens-bur- g Mike Winfrey, of Columbia, road at once, that will be a' was in our community one day great convenience to the neighlast week shaking hands with borhood. A rural mail route is the boys. There is a few that also coming to the front, at this don't like the appearance of Mr. place, and some candidates for Winfrey. county office. Brack Cain, of the Columbia Woe unto the fellow who section, was through this section brings the mumps into this part last week contracting cattle for of the country. We don't want the fall market at the highest them. price that we have had for many Mrs. T. B. Hood is at the bedyears. Brack knows that the side of her little grandaughter in Democrats will let in full power Columbia. She has measles. by the timp of delivery. Cane Valley. Mr. W. L. Winters former cashier of the Gradyville State As there has been but few Bank is now located at Willis-burKy.. Mr. Winters accept- letters from this place for some ed the position as cashier of the time I will try and write a letler His many if you can find room for it. bank at that place. Mrs. Claud Bailey and little friends in this community will be glad to know that he has ac- daughter, Annie, of Spurlington, cepted a position as close to this have been visiting her mother, Mrs. Bumgarner, for the past place as he has. Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill ac- week. There is lots of sickness in this companied by Miss Maggie Bragg, of our city, will leave community at this writing. Mrs. Daisy Judd is very low this week for Louisville where Mr. Hill will as usual lay in his with typhoid fever. mill supplies and undertakers Mrs. Sallie Sublett was confinHill and Miss ed to her room with lagrippe goods, while Mrs. Bragg will lay in a full line of several days last week. millinery goods for this market, Mr. and Mrs. John Faulkner and also Jamestown where Miss and little son, Joe, were visiting Bragg has been located for the at J. W. Sublett's last Saturday past year in the mercantile and night and Sunday. millinery business. They are Misses Rachel Tupman and both ladies of good taste and Mary Etta Feese were pleasant know exactly what will suit their guests of Miss Jula Moore last trader. Saturday night. John A. Hobson, Greensburg, Ky., will pay Mr. Joe Rice has been in very you best prices for your hogs, sheep or cattle, Write or phone him. pad health this winter. " The women were very busy Russell .Creek. jtho&s&nifr aaAys of last'eek' Last week while those pretty making higns riest ancHcle'anii'g ; :?:. ... u.v i?:i days were on, tne iarmers guu a ofil yards. hustle on themselvessome ' Mrs. Mollie Rice who fell and breaking corn" 'ground, some "broke her arniiast November, burning plant beds. improves very slowly she VlOQ 's rrnr it- Vinrmrnr uwTv.i.t. wi"i.o. There are six of John R. wv,j. coirat-o- l 6V"' u family down with measles. Mrs. Ella Sublett was visiting Master George Keeney. of her sister, Mrs. Mary Harmon, Mill-tow-g James Q. Diddle was at Greens-bur- g one day last week. Mr. Morris, from Ozark, was visiting H. T. Smith, Sunday. t Smoke Pleasure and other Pleasures for the Man Who Smokes rmS9 fii 1 DEHLER BROS. 12-- 1 CO- - Incorporated 16 Eaat tlatket Street, Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. oQjShQeA ISu&L jiff"ff g FURS JOHN WHITE & HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission. 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Herpicide. " "tJoDS & ! t i Veterinary Supqeon 4w?v J.O t3CS?5 - fPmitt VncTDentffaV Fever caused me 'to to entirely! bald. I 9 years experience Special attention a- -' piven to Surgical- - andDentaI work. all hope of hair'whln1! ! wasadvisedto building. useHcrpicide. two After weeks my hair j commenced to . crow. "N"nTO 1 ' have the most beautiful head of hair any I office at residencVniff Graded School '' ' -- PHOF NO. 7. N. Herpicide." Thus writes Mrs. Howard Bailey, of Bellevue, Mich. We can point to thousands of instances where the proper use of Herpicide ha3 been followed by a remarkable growth of hair. We absolutely guarantee the one dollar size bottles of Newbro's Herpicide, one ever saw Praise to New-bro- 's W. Tanner Ottley Httorriey-At-Lia- ui "Largest in Dixie" Paul! Drag Co., Columbia Ky. Wil' practice in. all the Courts W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated Columbia, Ky. Louisville, Kentuekv. O. P. irAlYTME tur FIR TJEISTTJI.. OFFICE Dr. INSURANCE tilttl HEAL CSTAT2: James Triplett Stair UEsra-,is- WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings. 9 Columns, Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog NFXT XO J POT OFFICE Columbia, Ky. 111). ItKc PIIOXC OI'KICE l'HOXE OS I 9s Louisville, Kentucky of Mt Pleasant last Saturday night and Sunday. VWELL DRILLER Mr. Curt Yarberry sold a fine I will drill wells in Adair and pair of mules to Sam Breeding adjoining coLintip?. See me beLatest fore contracting-Mrs. Virgie McFarland and machinery of all kinds. for-$475. . im-yrov- ed children are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Ellison, of Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. On Main between Sixth and Seventh Give American and European Plans it .rtrav. K, ; . 66thaay son and Las.t.Sunday, Feb. 23, was, the rjf Mr Hdaughters. J.Johnson, J. C. RATES: . Business Phone l&A ' s i -- JMrs. Be'ttiejHe;n.e Mrs. Sallie Ke'lly; s,ur Residence Phone 133 ' prised their father by t'ing'him I . .. . ! Cun-diff- - - . . well filled ba"ske.t5"oTyei:y,thing it 'would take to' make' a good rlinner. The , table, was spread . , , auu alter etttuig, tiiey an retireu to the parlor, and the evening was spent in playing and singing. 1 pK.jy lJ H W ;JN MUKKELL x" in 'Jeffries BTd'g W w-- k w. . lu - i I Hi Jr u 2 E'utopeari RfanSLOO aind,t.up Amectcan Plan$200 ind up ' " ""- s & f DENTIST rooms" We serve the best American Plan meals in the South Office, Front up Stairs. The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. Herman Steinhilber, Manager Columbia, - Kentucky.