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Our constitution says: "equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none." We don't want anything that is unconstitutional, but we as a great common people do want our rights and the time is here that we can obtain them if we will all fall in line and work to our goal. A man of today, it matters not how poor he may be, if only dressed in a pair of fifty cents overalls can do as much good at the polls as a Rockefeller or a Vanderbilt. Now I want to say in regard to the bond business that the Adair County News said in an article week before last that the Taylor county bond business had been exagerated and misrepresented. Now if this was hurled at me, as I believed it was, I have just this to say, that the man or set of men that says that I misrepresented anything in regard to the Taylor county bonds tells a malicious and willful falsehood. I have been referred to in a belittling way more than once since the agitating of bonds lias been in progress, but I am just now as I was on the beginning. I am in favor of a reasonable road tax to be expended in each Magisterial district from whence it came for the better- An Incident of the War. 17th Michigan regiment was camped on Mr. J. M. Russell's farm near Columbia, and in one of the companies was a young soldier about twenty years of age, named William H. Russell. His name being the same as the owner of the property upon whose land he was camping, friendly relations were soon brought about and Death of an Estimable Lady. Sad Death at Knifley.. Close of School. -- V The following resolutions were adopted by the Progressive Republicans of Adair county at their mass Monday, meeting at tne court-housMarch 3rd: We the members of the Progressive party in Adair county, in mass meeting assembled in Columbia, Ky., on March 3rd, 1913, resolve as follows: Now you all know that is a fair proposition, let every man, rich or poor, white or black, get the benefit of what he pays, and do away with fellow-citize- ment of its own roads. ns taxation without representation. Now there is a clique in Adair county comare continually trying to get their fingers in the great common people's eyes and lead, drive or bluff them into submission and the agitation of the bond business is the hardest lick that the great common people has ever been struck, but fellow citizens we as a body can rise up and knock such an insult into oblivion. The Adair County News says that the fighting of the bond business only delays it, that it will surely come and it also says that Adair county will bloom as a rose and not until then. "Preposterous," "obnoxious." I for one will not stand for such a, thing. Fellow citizens what will you do? Come out of your hiding, come to the rescue of the nearest and dearest place on earth to you, the place where our fathers, mothers and dear ones are buried and say that we will not suffer our own dear good old county that has fed and clothed us from infancy to the present day disgraced by having a bond placed on her. Stop, think just for one moment. What did that great and good man, Judge A. E. Sal-lesay in regard lo bonds, when they wanted to vote bonds to build our court-house- ? "lie said he would die before lie would suffer such a calamity to fall on the people." What about Judge Salle? Everybody knowt that there never lived or dieda better man, honest, upright, fearless friend to everybody. To know him was to love him, and Adair county never produced a more loyal son and no other county eer produced a betted Judge. .What did the Hatcher correspondent in his last letter say about bonds? He said: 'Dear editor, if the rest of my letter goes to the waste basket please pub lish these few lines which were asfol-- J lows"'. "'Never bond your county for anything." Now Hatcher is located in Taj lor county and this was penciled from a man that had tried the bond business and had seen the calamity that befell his county so he warned his sister county, Adair, noL to suffer such calamity to fall on her. The Adair County News says: "that unfortunately Taylor county failed to hold her interest at par in the enterprise and became a victim of circumstances." Such might be the way if Adair should be gulled into bonding herself, and I should think it would be a sorrowful epitaph to be placed on the grave btone of old Adair coun-te, posed principally of moneyed men that Mr. J. O. Russell became anxious avarice or political expediency, chargsubterfuge to know if the soldier boy of 1803 was ing unconstitutionality, yet living. He wrote to the pension to make it onr master instead of a department Washington, D. C, and servant, subverting the intention of learned that Wm. H. Russell was on its framers, who intended it to be our the list and was living in Omaha, Neb. guardian of liberty and not dispotic A letter was at once forwarded to his ruler. address, and in due time an answer 4th. That we believe in the golden came, showing that he was the same rule applied in politics as well as reperson who was here on the date given ligion, that in our zeal we would not above. He repeated how well he was forget the rights of the poor and treated in the Russell home here, and down trodden of the earth; that we expressed a desire to see the living would give the same power to the members of the family. He is now 70 vote of the sane but uneducated as' to years old; has raised a family, one son the vote of a Rockefeller or a Morgan. being a prominent lawyer in the City That there is in this country no class of New York. who should on account of the superior Mr J. O. Russell thinks he will be wisdom or financial prowers be allowed in Omaha some time this year, and the right to annul the wishes of the will make it convenient to see the majority. friend he knew when he was only sev5th. That we feel and claim to be en years old. the true successors to the principles of Lincoln, Grant, McKinley and Foxes Wanted. Roosevelt. That by gross frauds we have been deprived of the party name and made to enlist in the cause of Grey Poxes S2.50, Red Foxes $5.00; good government under another banMinks 86.00 to 88.00 each; Coons S1.25, ner, but that the principles for which and express. Send name of your ex- we stand are our inalienable right and press office in first letter. we exist today for the purpose of perW. T. Hodgeu, petuating these principles. Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. 0th. That in view of the fact . letter to the family, expressing his States and acknowledging the wisdom of its authors gratitude for the kind treatment he had received in the hospitable home. we regard it only as a guarantee to us The letter was preserved by Miss Kate of the right to rule ourselves and enRussell, who died a few months ago, act into law the wishes of the majority, not to be nullified later by the vote and which was found in her effects. The letter were so well written power or judicial decision prompted by appar-entsuperhuman regiment to move. Before leaving rule themselves, and though venerat young Russell, the soldier, whote a ing the Constitution of the United 1st. That we approve the call of the young soldier became a frequent visitor to the Russell home and was this meeting, believing that the time treated almost like one of the family. has come for the party in this county He had elegant manners and his con- to decide upon its course of action. 2nd. That our faith in the wisdom duct showed that he was a born gentleman. Mr. Russell's children were of the founders and in the principles all at home at this time, excepting of the party are strengthened each Joseph, who was in the army, and the day, as we observe with what eagerentire family took- a great interest in ness each of the old parties is trying the young soldier, often having him to copy some tenet of our platform. call and take meals. 3rd. That we reaffirm our faith in One day an order came directing the the ability of the American people to Last Monday morning, at 6 o'clock, Mrs.TOary J. Taylor, wife of Matthew Taylor, Glenville, sucumbed to the inevitable and passed through the vale. Mrs. Taylor was about 75 years old, a fine lady one who had the respect of every body, old and young, in her neighborhood, and her death is a serious blow to the town of Glenville, as she was a kind and sympathizing neighbor, ever ready to wait upon the sick, a devoted wife and dearly loved by her "Children. Her husband, who is one of the best known men in Adair county, having been School Superintendent and filled other positions of trust; has the sympathy of the county in this the sadest time of that Last Saturday night, at 12 o'clock, Mrs. Flosie Dunbar, who was the beloved wife of Mr. J. V. Dunbar, a prominent merchant at Knifley, this county, passed over the river of death The deceased was only twenty-on- e old, but she had been a victim of consumption for more than a year. She was a lady who possessed many noble traits of character and had many friends in the neighborhood where she was born and reared. She was a daughter of John Hendrick-sowho in his life time, was a prominent farmer of the Knifley country. The remains of Mrs. Dunbar were brought to the home of Mr. T. P. Dunbar, who lives three miles fiom Columbia and there interred in the his life. Mrs. Taylor was a true christian family burying ground. There were woman and was ready for the sum- many relatives and friends present. The floral offerings were beautiful. mons. The funeral was largely attended Besides the sorrowing husband, the deceased left two little sons. and there were many flowers. May Besides the husbaud she left a God comfort all those who have been number of children, all grown. May bereaved by this sad and lamentable the balm of Gilead comfort their death. bleeding hearts is the wish of this paper. Buggy wheels painted and put on buggy, price 89.00. Come get them I keep on,, hands a full stock of while they last, coffins and caskets, also robes; S. F. Eubank. 184t hearses. Prompt service night or day. The winter term of school, ending Feb. 23, 1913, adopted the following h resolutions: FIRST. Be years n, teachers of Russell county do more the ensuing year to place Russell county on an equal footing with her sister counties, and that the Legislature pass a law requiring every teacher to attend, at least two years, the State isormal School and in connection teacher 3350. per annum. SECOND. Be it resolved that each school of Russell county establish and maintain a Literary Debating Society THIRD. That eacli school be supplied with all kinds of reference books. FOURTH, Be it resolved that we offer thanks and appreciation to the people of the community of Blair's district at large, for the support and aid in our school. FIFTH. That we offer our due thanks to the principal of the school, M. R. Hale, for his effectual work and instructive lectures, and that we ask him to be back with us next term. Carrol Calhoun, Chairmam, Irene Haynes, Secretary. Robert Coffey, ) Earl Calhoun, Com. pay-eac- it resolved that the V h Zepha Haynes. Wanted. ) Phone 29. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia. Ky. To Prevent Washouts. 350 -- An Old Citizen Dies at Neli. Mr. J. R. Bell, who was one of the oldest citizens of the Nell community, died ab his home last Monday morning about 5 o'clock, a victim of paralysis. He was about seventy-thre- e years old and .had resided in the community where he died all his life. He was a soldier in the Confederate army, serving gallantly. Mr. Bell lost his wife, who was the oldest, child of W. L. Walker, deceased, twenty years ago. He was a man who had many friends and will be greatly missed His funeral and burial was largely attended. are receiving our entire spring stock. Watch this paper for formal "Opening" notice next week. We Russell & Co. Mr. Walter O. Burke, a young mer chant, and Miss Mabel Yates, daught er of Mr. J. Cager Yates, accompanied by Relatives and friends, left in an automobile, drove to Louisville, where they were married by Dr. E. L. Powell, of the Christian Church. The occurrence took place one day last week and we presume the couple have returned to their home, Brad-fordsvil- le Bradfordsville. Eggs For Hatching. From a beautiful flock of R. I. Reds. Well bred. Am raising for general utility, yet I have birds fit for show. 75 cents per 15. Mrs. Sallie Wilson, lS-2t Gresham, Ky. Barn Burned. . o. "Cnfornunately a victim of circumstances."' Now fellow citizens study the situation closely yourselves and help put an epitaph on old Adair county to read like this: "We have met the enemy and they are ours." C.-'Jeffries, G Xnifley, Ky. accepted. the agency for J R. Watkins Medical Co., in this county, and will make a home tohome canvass You will find these goods at any I have time at J. F. Patteson's store Columbia. I will be on the square the iirst day of every court. These goods need no recommendation as they have been tried by the people of this county and have given perfect satisfaction. Call at the above named store if you should need any of these goods before I call on you. These goods can also be found at D. M. Moore's, at Garlin. Respt. S. G. Denny Last Thursday night, about 9 o'clock a large barn which was the property of J. II. Young, located on his Butler farm, was consumed by fire. It contained three hundred barrels of corn, Woodrow Wilsou. three acres of tobacco, a lot of hay and some farming implements. It is our For Sale. understanging that there was noin-- j suiance and the loss is estimated at Sl,500 Origin jf the fire unknown. Farms in Taylor and adjoining-countie- s. Also nice residence property in IIos are not all out of Adair yet. Campbellsville. See the N. W. Miller Several droves passed through town Real Estate Agency before buying. last week, bought in various sections Office in the WoodBldg. of the county. The scarcest thing in Campbellsville, Ky. f the way of stock is young, fat beef Quarterly meeting will be held here cacti e next Sunday and Monday. All the officeis of rhe Church are requested to The Cause of Rheumatism be present. The Presiding Elder, Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de- Rev, W. F. Hogard, will fill the pulpit ranged kidneys are the cause of rheu- Sunday forenoon and evening. matism. Get your stomach, liver kidneys and bowels in a bealthy condiFor Sale. tion by taking Electric Bitters, and you will not be troubled with the Baled hay. Good, any quantity, de pains of rheumatism. Charles B. Ala school principal, of Sylvania, livororl fn vnil. Phniift len, d. v. waiter, Ga., who suffered indiscribable torture Columbia, Ky. from rheumatism, liver and stomach trouele and djseased kidneys, writes: Mr. Samuel II. Newbold hassotd his "All remedies failed until I used Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this farm in this county, five miles from wonderful remedy cured me complete- Columbia, known as the Wallace Milly." May be your rheumatic pains ler place, to Jo.' Humphress. We failcome from stomach, Jiver or kidney ed to learn the consideration. Mr. troubles. Electric Bitters will give Humpliress has been in the Canal you prompt relief. 50c and SI. Rec- Zone. for several years, but sometime in the near future he will talce charge ommended by Paull Drug Co. of the faruu If you are in need of a pump see S. F. Eubank and get the latest improvR. K. & L. M. Young were in the ed. Stanford market last week with 200 . 18-head of cattle. I these principles must be kept alive, and considering the impossibility of the old parties ever to command the respect and confidence of a majority of the American people, we feel it incumbent upon the Progressive party to nominate at the August primary, a candidate for every office, State and County, to be voted for at the November election. 7th. That whereas ours is a party of the people, without regard to past party affiliation, race, creed or color, we welcome to our ranks all persons who belive in "the Square deal" and the Ten commandments, especially the one that says: "Thou Shalt Not Steal." 8th. That if the American people had been allowed full and free expression of their chojee In the Republican conventions and primaries held in the spring of 1912, and the delegates properly and rightly elected had been accorded their rights in the Chicago convention last June, that Thodore Roosevelt would be inaugurated President tomorrow instead of 4 that We learn from Mr. Cyrus William will reach home, from the infirmary, some time in this month. His friends will be glad to learn that lie is now walking straight, but his limbs are weak and he makes slow progress. It will require time for him to step rapidly, but he hopes to reach that condition of strength in a few months. From all accounts it was a great operation, and it was certainly performed on a very worthy young man. that Lewis Young For some time the heavy rains have Dr. J. N. Murrell. been damaging the square, causing many washouts. In order to prevent Program. the overflow of water, the City Council has ordered tiling put down and the work is about completed. It was The following is a program of the superintended by City Attorney L. C. 5th Sunday Minister's Meetiug to be Winfrey, who took special pains in held with the Union Baptist Church, seeing that the work was done Russell county, Ky., on Saturday and right It is hoped that the difficulty Sunday, March 23 and 30. 1. Devotionional exercise by the pashas been solved tiling down sufficient tor. to convey the water from the public 2. Organization. square, and that fresh gravel will now 3.Subject, Reverence for God's be placed thereon. house, discussed by Elds. J. S. Wade By reference to our announcement aud J. M. Williams. 4. column the names uf a number of M. Duty of Brotherly Love, by Elds. T. Grime and B. F. Toils. county candidates, now before the NOON RECESS. voters, can be seen. There are other 1. Duty of Deacons In the Church, candidates who will announce later, and by the time they are all in the by Elds. W. F. J. Wilson, C. L. Bradlist will be quite lengthy. Besides the ley and A. E. Cooper. Democrats, we understand that a 2. Value of Sunday School in the number of Progressive Republicans Church, by Eld. E. G. Wilson and W. will announce. Everything looks A Breeding. SUNDAY MORNING. favorable for a lively campaign dur1. Devotional exercises by the pasing the latter part of spring and summer. tor. 2. Temperance, by Eld. M. T. Grime and C. C. Rexroat. Duck Eggs for Sale 3. Mission Work, by S. D. Foley and C..F. Breeding. Setting of 13 Indian Runner duck 4. Shall we have an evaugelis.t for eggs for 50c our association next year, and how Lula Todd. supported, by E!ds J. S. "Wade and t. Aaron Wilson. 9. Define Bible Sauctification, J. O. How the Vote Stands Sutherland, J. B. Grider. lS-4- or 400 bundles top or blade fodder. Peafowls Wanted. $1.5 0 to $2.00 each Hodgen. Campbellsville, Ky. W. T. Here is an evidence of how miserably bad the roads are: A wagoner, who lives at Gadberry, was at Sam Lewis' commission house last Thursday for goods going to merchants at his place, lie asked the number of pounds and was told twelve hundred. "I can't haul it all," said he, "the roads are too bad." Think of it! Two good horses overloaded with 1,200 pounds. and timely suggestions about farming. Where you have visitors, coming from All notes and accounts are now due a distance, to your community, give and I need the money. Please come set- their names and location, but we do tle at once. It will save yuu a rfui or not want neighborhood visits. Make your letters interesting and they will statement. be gladly received and read. W. L. Walker. The following is the standing of the For Rent. candidates at the Parlor Circle, up to and including last Saturday night: Mary Smith (J,800 50 acres good bottom aud limestone Mary Breeding 2,400 land in $ mile of Columbia. Mary Myers 2,200 G. W. Dillon. Dora Eubank 2,150 Margaret Lovett 2,000 Miss Lizzie Squires, who was a 1,950 sister of the late Sam Ed Squires, who Grace Conover 1,000 was deaf and dumb, and who lived in Susan Miller Metcalfe county, died one day last We want to suggest to our week. Her? remains were brought to the line upon which Union, this county, last Friday and w6 would be glad if they would write: interred Her father was Martin In the first place we want the news of Squires, who in his lifetime, was the neighborhood, sucli as serious ill- known to almost every man m Adair. ness, marriages, accidents and deaths, Quite a number of friends were at ts many-corresponden- Union to attend the last sad rites, the deceased, in her girlhood, having many fjiends in that neighborhood. A boy to work his way through Lindsey-WilsoApply at once. Neilson & Moss. n. Wanted: V 10-t- There has been an epidemic of Neil & McCandlesare figuring with measles and mumps in Columbia for a salesman and are likely to install a past two weeks, but we are glad small engine to be used in running the to state that many of the patients fans during the summer in their busihave recovered, aud by the end of this ness house. The engine will also be week it is believed that the disease used in making ice cream. Mr. will have been stamped out. Pupils an engine in his store Lindsey-Wilso- n who became while in business at Edmonton, and at the victims are about recovered and many lie says it is a trick, a great savor of of them have returned to books. time. The Mothers Favorite. A cough medicine for children should be harmless. It should be We collect notes and accounts and pleasant to take. It should be efChamberlain's Cough look after claims anywhere in the fectual. Remedy is all of this andis the mothUnited Scares and make no charges ers' favorite everywhere. For sale by unless we collect. Paull Drug Co. May's Collection Agency, How Eubank is the agent for Spirella made to measure Corset, the the most comfortable and the most durable that is manufactured. She lias sold them by the score aud every lady who has worn one speaks of the Spirella in the highest terms. Mrs. Eubank will call at your homes or you Wait can see her at her residence. and let her explain the advantages of t. this popular corset. Mrs. L. L. 19-3- 'to Collect Accounts. Mr. J. S. Breeding sold, Monday, the residence, on Burkesville street, in which he resides, to Mr. W. II. Goff, consideration, as we have been in to be formed, $2,000. Possession given first of April. Mr. Walker Dickersou was notified f'om Russell county last Monday , . Somerset, Ky. fr j last Sunday, there being preaching at three churches. Representative audiences attended all three places. The Christian church isundergoing Church going people were divided 4t repairs and Eld. Williams preached at the Baptist church. The Ladies Missionary Society of that his mother had just died. He: the M. E. Church will meet in that left immediately to attend the f uner- building at 2:30 p. m., next Thursday: aY" There will be a special program, and all are urged to attend. Wm. Haucock, of Cane Yalley, sold to Mont two mules arid one ho-- 0 About 9 acres of land. Ruckuer of Marion county Kiat week FOR RENT MRS. J. W. JACKMAN. t. for 3615. -19-2- THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS INAUGURAL ADDRESS DELIVER- - K k i" w .8 9- Cane Valley. her parents from Saturday until joutfwhichtour genius for enter- - resources of the country; a; body the judge and the brother are never one. We know our task to be rthless of agricultural activities Monday. Prise would have been ED BY WE NEW PRESIDENT, f ana impotent, scorning iu ue yet given the efficiency of great no mere task of politics Mrs. Jennie Smith is visiting The farmers of this neighborbusiness undertakings or served but a task which shall search her brother, Chas. Keeney in hood have been taking advantage careful, shamefully prodigal as Washington, March 4. Presi- well as admirably efficient. We as it should be through the in- us through and through, whether Ind. of the pretty weather for the dent Wilson's inaugural address, have been proud of our indus- strumentalities of science taken we be able to understand our Mr. John Glasscock, a prosper- past two weeks. remarkable for its brevity, was trial achievements, but we have directly to the farm, or afforded time and the need of our people, ous farmer, of Marion county, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leac listened to with the greatest in- not hitherto stopped thoughtful- the facilities of credit best suited whether we be indeed their was here last week looking for moved from near this place to terest by the vast throng which ly enough to count the human to its practical needs; water spokesmen and interpreters, hogs. Garlin. The neighbors regret to was gathered in front of the Cap- cost the cost of lives snuffed out, courses undeveloped, waste places whether we have the pure heart Mrs. J. W Forth who has give them up very much. itol's east portico, and at its close of energies overtaxed and broken, unreclaimed, forests untended, to comprehend and the rectified been confined to her home all Mrs. J. A. Breeding has been there was heard nothing bu the fearful physical and spiritaul fast disappearing without plan will to choose our high course of winter is able to walk out a lit- confined to her room with the praise for its eloquence and high cost to the men and women and or prospect of renewal, unre- action. tle. grippe for the past week. moral tone. The address in full children upon whom the dead garded waste heaps at every This is not a day of trumph; it Mr. Ed Cundiff, of LaFayette, l Mis3 Hinkie Francis Breeding was as follows: Here weight and burden of it all has mine. We have studied as per- is a day of dedication. "There has been a change of fallen pitilessly the years through. haps no other nation has the muster, not the. forces of party, Ind., was here all of last week was a very pleasant visitor at the government. It began two years The groans and agony of it all most effective means of produc- but the forces of humanity. to see his sister, Mrs. R. L. home of Mrs. Lula Leach, last Judd, who has been quite sick Saturday. ago, when the house of reprehad not yet reached our ears, the tion, but we have not studied Men's hearts wait upon us; men's with typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. Cortez Sanders sentatives became Democratic by solemn, moving undertone of our cost or economy as we should lives hang in the balance; men's Mr.- and Mrs. Cleve Thomas visited J. A. Breeding and . fama decisive majority. It has now life coming up out of the mines either as organizers of industry, hopes call upon us to say what been completed. The senate and factories and out of every as statesmen, or as individuals. we will do. Who shall live up to who have been with Mr. A. R, ily one day last week. about to assemble will also be home where the struggle had its Miss Linnie Winfrey passed the great trust? Who dares fail Feese for several months, returnGOVERNMENT FOR HUMANITY ed to their home in Corbin last through here one day last week, Democratic. The office of Presi- intimate and familiar seat. With Nor have we studied and per- to try? I summon all men, all week. Mr. Thomas is in the enroute for her home near Euhave the great government went many dent and 11 forward-lookinfected the means by which gov- patriotic, a employ of the L. & N. R. R. been put into the hands of Dem- deep secret things which we too nice. ernment may be put at the ser- men, to my side. God helping does the change long delayed to look into and Mrs. J. C. Sublett and T. F. ocrats. What Misses Pinkie and Beatrice vice of humanity, in safeguarding me, I will not fail them if they mean? That is the question that scrutinize with candid, fearless counsel and sustain me!" Corbin are putting in a telephone Breeding and Miss Opal Humble the health of the nation, the will but line from Holmes to Milltown a visited Misses Bersh and Minis uppermost in onr minds eyes. The great government we health of its men and its women distance of fourteen miles. They nie Tupman, Saturday night. That is the question I am going loved has too often been made and its children, as well as their Cyclone No. 1. to try to answer, in order, if I use of for private and selfish purhave it about ten miles on the rights in the struggle for existMiss Essie Triplett visited the way. may, to interpret the occasion. poses, and those who used it had ence. This is no sentimental Misses Breeding Saturday and Farmers are about done burnMr. Ed Van Hoy who has been Sunday. PURPOSE OF THE NATION. forgotten the people. duty. The firm basis of governin the grocery business one mile It means much more than the At last a vision has been vouch- ment is justice, not pity. These ing plant beds in this section. Mr. Butler was through here Mr. Sol. McFarland was visit- South of this place, on the The safed us of our life as a whole. are matters of justice. There mere success of a party. last week buying cattle. road, has moved his stock success of a party means little We use the bad with the good, can be no equality or opportuni- ing his brothers at Jamestown Mrs. Rutha Bryant's condition except when the nation is using the debased and decadent with ty, the first essential of justice last week. He also visited his of goods to Mt. Pleasant. remains about the same. that party for a large and defi- the sound and vital. With this in the body politic, if men and mother, Mrs. Jennie McFarland, Mr. Marcus Ellis who sold his tarrn to Jas Woodrum moved to nite purpose. No one can mis- vision we approach new affairs. women and children be not at Rowena. Chronic Stomach Trouble Cured. take the purpose for which the Our duty is to cleanse, to recon- shielded in their lives, their very Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Banks and a farm near Campbellsville last There is nothing more discouraging nation now seeks to use the Dem- sider, to restore, to correct the vitality, from the consequences little daughter, Vinnie, were vis- Thursday. Mr. and' Mrs. Ellis than a chronic disorder of the ocratic party. It seeks to use evil without impairing the good, of great industrial and social iting Mr. Sol. McFarland and are quite pleasant old people and stomach. Is it not surprising that many suffer for years with such an it to interpret a change in its to purify and humanize every processes which they can not family last Saturday night and Cane Valley has lost a good ailment when a permanent cure is within their reach and may be had for own plans and point of view. process of our common life with-- i alter, control, or singly cope with. Sunday. citizen. a trifle? "About one year ago, "I Some old things with which we out weakening or sentimentaliz- Society must see to it that it does Mr. Frank McFarland sold his Mr. T. I. Smith was in Frank- bought a package of Chamberlain's had grown familiar, and which ing it. There has been some- not itself crush or weaken or buggy to Mr. A. B. Cox for $30. fort last week on official business. Tablets, and since using them I have felt perfectly well. I had previously had begun to creep into the very thing crude and heartless and damage its own constituent parts. He also bought two acres of land Hon. Jake Chelf, of Roley, used any number of different medihabit of our thought and of our unfeeling in our haste to succeed The first duty of law is to keep from his father, Mr. Sol. Mc- candidate for Assessor, was here cines, but none of them were of any lives, have altered their aspect and be great. Our thought has sound the society it serves. San- Farland. paying $125. per acre. benefit." For sale by Paull last week shaking hands with lastingCo. Drug as we have latterly looked criti- been 'Let every man look out for itary laws, pure food laws, and Misses Effie Triplett and Sallie the boys. cally upon them, with fresh, himself, let every generation laws determining conditions of Rey Wilson were visiting Misses B. M Callison and Chat Nell. awakened eyes; have dropped look out for itself. ' while we labor which individuals are pow- Nonie and Bertha McFarland last Dohonny sold their property their disguise and shown them- reared giant machinery which erless to determine for themseves Saturday evening. known as the McAlister property Mr. P. H. Walker and son, L. Some made it impossible that any but are intimate parts of the very selves alien and sinister. There will be preaching at Cy- last week for $1, 000 cash. C., are in Louisville this week, new things, as we look frankly those who stood at the levers of business of justice and legal efclone school house the third Sunm the former selling tobacco. upon them, willing to compre- control should have a chance to ficiency. day afternoon by J3ro. Foster Craycraft. We hend their real character, have look out for themselves. These are some of the things Allen. Also Sunday School will Mrs. Vallie Combs, who has aspect of had not forgotten our morals. we ought to do, and not leave come to assume the been sick for a few weeks, is imbe organized. Miss Love Richard returned proving slowly. things long believed in and fa- We remembered well enough that the others undone, the -i Miss Minnie Banks and her home last Saturday from Berea, miliar, stuff of our own convic- we had set up a policy which was o n e d , Mr. Will Walker, student in sister, Susie Banks, were visit- where she had been attending tions. We have been refreshed meant to serve the humblest as fundamental safeguarding of the L. W. T. S., at Columbia, ing Bertha and Lena McFarland school. by a new insight into our own well as the most powerful, with property and of individual right. spent from Friday until Monday Saturday night and Sunday. life. an eye single to the standards of This is the high enterprise of U. M. Grider left for Louis at home. Miss Carry Shepherd is taking ville We see that in many things justice and fair play, and re- the new day; to lift everything last Monday. Messrs. R. C. Pulliam, and A. that life is very great. It is in- membered it with pride. But that concerns our life as a nation music lessons, Miss Mary Van D. M. Grider had the misforW. H. Rose, were delivering comparably great in its material we were very heedless and in a to the light that shines from the Hoy being her teacher. tune of getting his house and hogs at Red Lick, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Keltner aspects, in its body of wealth, in hurry to be great. hearthfires of every man's conmost all its contents burned the Mr. Rollin Kinnaird and Miss the diversity and sweep of its science and vision of the right. were shopping in Columbia last 13th inst. THINGS TO BE ALTERED. Wednesday. Sidna Walker spent Saturday energy, in the industries which Uncle James Bryant, age 94 We have come now to the sober It is inconceivable that; we should Mrs. Catherine McFarland was have been conceived and built up inconyears, was buried last Saturday night at J. R. Bell's. second thought. The scales of do this as partisans; it is by the genius of individual men ignor- by the bed side of her brother, afternoon at the Valentine Bro. Scott filled his regular apheedlessness have fallen from ceivable we should do it in Mr. Sam Banks. He is threaten- Bryant grave yard. .and the limitless enterprise of Funeral pointment at East Fork Church, our eyes. We have made up our ance of the facts as they are or igroups of men. It is great, also, We shall restore, ed with pneumonia fever. services were conducted by Brp. last Sunday. minds to square every process of in blind haste. very great, in its moral force. We shall deal with Bertha McFarland was shop- Allen and oro. P. M. Bryant. Miss Ann Janes is visiting her our national life again with the not destroy. Nowhere else in the world have system as it is and ping in Cane Valley one day last L. C. Maupin and Sons receiv- brother and family, near Weed, standards we so proudly set up at our economic noble men and women exhibited week. ed their new saw last week and this week. the beginning and have always as it may be modified, not as it in more striking form the beauty a clean sheet Mr. Rollen Long, of Rowena, are now sawing again. Mr. Curry, who had his saw carried at our hearts. Our work might be if we had and energy of sympathy and step w as visiting hisniece, Mrs. Casie of paper to write upon; and is a work of restoration. U. M. Grider sold a milk cow mill moved to this place, from helpfulness and counsel in their by step we shall make it what it McFarland, a few days of last We have itimized with some to Lucian Moore last week for near Sparksville, will soon have efforts to ratify wrong, alleviate should be. in the spirit of those week. it ready for business. degree of particularity the things $3b. suffering, and set the weak in Mr. Sol. McFarland sold some ought to be altered and here are who question their own wisdom Mr. Luther Bell and Family Last Saturday, Feb. 5th, way of strength and hope. the and seek counsel and knowledge, Walnut trees to Messrs. Vesters some of the chief items: A tariff friends gathered at the home of visited at Joel Hestand's Satur,5Ve have built up, moreover, a or and Sherrod Murrell for $30. not shallow which cuts us off from our proper Mr. Albert Blair and celebrated day and Sunday. ,great system of government, the excitement of excursions Mr. Jim Harmon sold a bunch part in the commerce of the Mrs. J. C. Breeding and Miss A splendid which has stood through a long whither they cannot tell. Justice, of hoars to Mr. Irvin Keltner. his 74 birthday. just principles world, violates the Mary Mann from Curtis, were dinner was served. always be , price age as in many respects a model gov-- and only justice, shall unknown. of taxation, and makes the Mr. Willie Mays and wife were visitors in the Red Lick section ior those who seek to set liberty ernment a facile instrument in our motto. Bro. Foster Allen was visiting visiting Mr. J. D. Hayes and the first of the week. upon foundations that will enNATION DEEPLY STIRRED. of private interests; a the hands WedMiss Lula Moss, whc was a family from last Friday until sure against fortuitous change, banking and currency system And yet it will be no cool pro- Mr. Sol. McFarland last nesday evening. Sunday. Mr. Carl Hayes ac- student in the Lindsey- - Wilson, .against storm and accident. Our based upon the necessity of the cess of mere science. The nacame home Mopday, having had companied them home. dife contains every great thing, government to sell its bonds fifty tion has been deeply stirred by a The Forty Year Test j I. 1 auunuauv.c. Miss Lona and Lula Anderson, a chance for the measles. ana contains !i. !M luunwi nhiinloTinQ years ago and perfectly adapted solemn passion, stirred by the An article must have exceptional n Mr. J. C. Reece, the of Russell county, were visiting EVILS THAT HAVE COME. to concenirating cash and re. knowledge of wrong, of ideals merit to survive for a period of forty produce man. was here But the evil has come with the strjctiog credits; an industrial lost, of government too often de- - years. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at Mr. Albert Blair's last week. was first offered to the public in 1872. Monday casing eggs. good, and much fine gold has system which, take it on all its bauched and made an instrument From a small beginning it has grown Horse Shoe Vaiiey. Mrs. R. C. Pulliam spent last been corroded. With riches has sides, financial as well as admin- - of evil. The feelings with which in favor and popularity until it has week with her mother, Mrs. We istrative, holds capital in leading we face this new age of right attained a world wide reputation. come inexcusable waste. You will find nothing better for a Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp Press Pursley, at Edmonton. have squandered a great part of strings, restricts the liberties and opportunity sweep across our cough or cold. Try it and you will The death of Mr. J. D. Walker like some air out of understand why it is a favorite after visited the home of Jessee Sapp what we might have used, and an(j iimits the opportunities of heart-string- s a period of more than forty years. It Saturday night and Sunday. was received at this- - place with have not stopped to conserve the laor and exploits without re- - God's own presence, where jus- - not only gives relief-'-ifcures. For Miss Beatrice Breeding visited sadness, this being his old home. exceeding bounty of nature, with - newing 0r conserving the natural tice and mercy are. reconciled and sale by Taull Drug Co Vice-Preside- nt '! g to-da- Co-lumo- ia -- old-fash- never-to-be-neglecte- d, 1 i s 1 self-satisfacti- on I ! j s ( well-know- ' I : . c : -- 1 V A it . jsofe AT is k.'-f- r ... 1 z n THE l)AIR COUNTY NEWS Courts to Decide on Confederate rats. Wonder who furnishes Review of Born, New President's Career. letters on the subject "Overcom- Pensions. the rats? A man who had four aces beaten by a straight flush called the police, making the second bad call of the episode. So patriotic is the average citizen that he will not express even an opinion, preferring to send it by parcel post. A divorce case at Keno took nine minntes for trial. They've got the thing down to a system there, all right. If you save your money you will be called a "tightwad." If at Staunton, Va., De- The poor old Confederates are having a hard time getting the small pension of $10 a month voted them by the last Legislature. The act provides a residence in the State of at least five years, a year's service in the war between the States, or until the close of the war, precludes a pension to veterans worth as much as $2,500 in property, or an income of $300 a year, and those with wives able to support them, or are themselves capable of you scatter it you will be remaking a living. It takes much ferred to as a "spendthrift." time and considerable expense to "Leap year," says an eastern prove up a claim, as the facts paper "proved to be fruitful." are not always easily procurable. And doubtless there were a few Up to this time nothing has lemons as well as peaches. been paid on them, as there is Blotting paper was discovered no money in the treasury avail- in 1465, but it has been mighty able for the purpose, and it looks hard work ever since to find any now like they will be held up by where you want it. the slow processes of the courts. A New Jersey man, 100 years The bonding companies, which old says he shaves himself withmake Auditor Bosworth's bond, out a scratch. But think f all have raised the question of valid- the practice he's had. ity of the claims, and that official A. Chicago professor says there has referred it to Attorney Genare more insane persons in this eral Garnett, who will, of course, country than college students. pass the question up to the Some professors possibly. courtslfor final adjudication. There are several provisions in The Prince of Wales is learntheconstitution which seem to be ing to play the bagpipe to deagainst the pension law, but this velop his lungs, and probably will one is relied on by the objectors. go barelegged t o endanger The Bill of Rights provides: them. A Seattle judge has ruled that "that nojgrant of exclusive separate public emoluments or priv- it is not proper for husbands and ileges shall be made to any man wife to sit on the same jury. or set of men except in consider- That would only be eleven jurors? ation of public service." In American phonographers are States which have granted pen- popular in all parts of the world. sions to;the Confederate veter- They are popular with their ownans where a similar constitution- ers, of course, not the neighal provision exists, the question bors. has beensettled in favor of the A student of such things says old soldiers. But the question is that long sleep tends to produce different in Kentucky. The crime, but criminals are always States to seceded from the Union trying to each their victims napand were a part of the Confed- ping. eracy. Military service for the States, whereas Kentucky did A remarkable duel has just not secede and Confederate ser- taken place in Hungary, where vice may not be regarded as the the combatants actually Injured service necessary to overcome each other before honor was satisfied. the constitutional prohibition. There are also other sections A Philadelphia lawyer says in the basic law which some that a lobster is not a good sport. think will conflict with the But most of them are good spendLegislative enactment, especially ers that which prohibits class legislaPreparations are being made tion. It may, therefore, be a to lecture rich mothers on the long time hence before the poorcareof chiIdren. As usual the old fellows get their pittance lecturing will be done by unmarthat a grateful and sympathetic ried women. peopledesire they should enjoy. Western city is said to record Mapy oi them are in need of the the names of all its dogs in the necessities of life, and it is a city directory in order to increase shame that they should be denithe population list. Writing ed a decent support, when the ' government is so liberal with A Moscow woman challenged those who responded to the call of arms. It is to be hoped that her husband to a duel and killed the question can be satisf autorily him, because he was jealous of settled and the veterans of the her. An odd way of proving lost cause receive their just due. one's fidelity. Richmond Climax. That newly discovered "cold light" is certainly no more efItems of Interest. fective than the cold light which gleams in one's wife's eyes when dog-gere- l? cember 28th, 1856, the son of Rev. Joseph R. and Mrs. Jessie Woodrow Wilson. Passed his boyhood in the South, residing at Augusta, Ga., Columbia, S. C, and Wilmington, N. C, where his father occupied pulpits. Entered Princeton College in 1879, and was graduated with high honors four years later. Entered the law department of the University of Virginia in the fall of 1879 and received his diploma in 1881. Opened a law office in Atlanta in. May, 1882, and continued to practice his profession there for eighteen months. Married June 24, 1885, to Miss Helen Louis Axson, of Savannah, and later in the same year became professor of history and political econmy at Bryn Mawr. Remained at Bryn Mawr three years, when he resigned to accept a similar professorship at Wesleynan University. Published his first book in 1885 "on "Congressional Government," which made for him a name as a scholar and thinker on political questions. His next book, "The State," published in 1889, was the first work in English to present the subject to the operations of all constitutional Governments. Resigned his chair at Wesley-na- n in 1890 to become professor of jurisprudence and politics at Princeton University, In 1893 "Division and Reunion," ,An Old Master and Other Political Essays" and ."Mere Literature and Other Essays" came from his pen. In 1896, the publication of "George Washington" added to his reputation as a writer and historian. Elected president of Princeton University, in 1502, to succeed Dr. Francis L. Patton. In 1202 published a "History of the People of the United State," said to be the (first important work of its kind written by a Southener. Named by the Democratic party for Governor of New Jersey an 1910, elected in November of that year, and inaugurated January 17, 1911. In the autumn of 1911 his name was first prominently connected with the Presidential nomina- ing Bad Habits " The following letter from a man who cured Origin of the Term That Has Become a Part of Golf. himself from drunkenness won "Who Is Colonel Bogy?" That Is the second prize. It is published in first question usually asked by the recruit when he steps on the golf links. the March number. Professionals and veterans never tire of explaining that he is the imaginary "Seventeen years I had the opponent, with the fixed score for each drink habit; eight, the drink hole, but few can tell how the name originated. habit had me. It generally is accepted that an Englishman was first to set forth the idea. "If during the last six years In December. 1890, the scratch score or of that quarter-centur- y I was the Coventry course was taken, being a good scratch player the score sober once, I do not remember would takethateach hole of the grounds, to it. Day by day, I added to the making no mistakes, but also fluking nothing nor being fortunate with any strenght of my weakness until special flashes of brilliant play. the disease and disease it had At the time they called this "the ground score," and later several tourin truth become brought me, naments were given under the system name, soon, nerve-rackeunstrung, broken, The origin however, followed one. and was a curious Its Dr. palsied, to the verge of delirium Thomas Browne, R. N.f went out to play against a friend. Major Charles and disgraceful death. A. Wellman, and they agreed instead "Then, when without brandy, of playing directly against each other to play against the ground score and I could not lift food or drink to decide their match accordingly as each my lips. I took the fog end of a fared in this way. It so happened that about the same time the bogy soug misspent life that remained, and was being sung by the late E. J. Lon nen at the London Gaiety theater, and made a man of it. everybody else was singing it The "How? Not day by day, hour words of the refrain were: Hush! Hush! by hour, as the habit grew; but Hush! comes the bogy man! Here So hide your head beneath the clothes instant by instant: with every He'll catch you If he can. There was the Idea In golf. "He'll instant a poignant agony of body I catch you if he can!" And It flashed and soul. Moment by moment, across the mind of Major Wellmar postponed the drinking of the when he was playing this game an., was getting "caught" by the groum. brandy carried in my pocket score. "Why," said he to his friei of yours Is reg though every moment of those Browne, "this player considerable apiece ular 'bogy man." A first days was a suffering such of golf history was made in that chance remark, for "bogy" was from as I trust may never again fall that moment established in golf. Some to my lot. Every fibre of my be- time later "colonel" was added. Exchange. ing, distressed, screamed out ON LAND. A WALRUS Brandy! Brandy! If ever you needed it, you need it now 'Not The Awkward and Bulky Creature Is Almost Helpless. yet. In a second or two, per- As might be expected, a walrus IS, haps, but not yet." about as helnless on land as a canal little difficulty and "Many times during that first boat It is with no floundering much hitching and that he terrible day, and the scarcely drags his huge bulk upon a sandy shore the boosting he gets from less dreadful days that followed, even with the hrenters ns thev roll in hphlnfl hr I asked myself if I could live an- and dash against him. His hind flippers are of little use on other hour a half-hofifteen land, and on sand or pebbles, where minutes without brandy. I did his front flippers do not hold well, the of floundering forward is so grea' not know. A second? Perhaps. labor he never stirs beyond the edge oi that I was not sure. My heart flut- the water and usually lies with bi body half awash, with the salt spraj tered; beat fast; beat slow; dashing over him like torrents of rain threatened to stop, and several On solid rock or Ice he gets along much better, and often a herd will times, did stop or so it seemed spread several rods back from the w:i to me for more than a minute, ter's edge. The females and younger walruso while I grew cold and numb, have far less development of neck t eujo incumber them and broke out m clammy seat more freedom of and thereforethe ou motion than at every pore. Time and again males, who actually seem a great bin den to themselves. These creatures I felt myself on the. very thresh- are strictly social In their habits aim always whether traveling, old of death. Flesh and blood. feeding, go in herds, resting ashore. In fighting or I thought then, surely could en- the days before the slaughter of :ii living creatures became a ruling plodure no more, and life persist. sion in the breast of man the Paeili "At last, weakening, as I now species inhabited the whole of Berin-se- a which oftet. and marvel that i did not weaken contained strait In herds even tens ol thousands and sooner, 1 drew forth the flask thousands of Individuals. d, BIRTH OF COLONEL BOGY. THE PASTOR SPRINTED! He Made a Good Run In Record Tims With Plenty of Reason. One of the traditional stories of the town of Fairfield, Conn., recounts a wild dash from the pulpit made by a worthy and beloved pastor of theEpiscopal flock. Dr. Labaree. It was on a Sunday more than a hundred years ago. The service had been read, the prayers said, the hymns sung, and the parson began his sermon. As he proceeded his gestures became very energetic. He brought his right band down with great force. Then he turned pale, cleared the pulpit stairs at a bound, dashed out of the church door and ran toward the pond a short distance away. The congregation followed in bewildered pursuit and saw their venerable pastor with flying robe rush Into the water until it came to his neck. Then, turning round, he faced his astonished audience and said: "Dearly beloved brethren, I am not crazy, as no doubt many of you think, ' - but yesterday at the drug store I bought a bottle of nitric acid and carelessly left It In my pocket today. "My last gesture broke the bottle. 1 knew the suffering the acid would cause when It penetrated my clothing and rushed for the water to save myself pain." He drew several pieces of glass from his pocket in witness of the tale. Then he dismissed the company and hurried home. FROZEN WITH HEAT. Remarkable Process Known as the Calorie Paradox. Freezing is usually associated with cold, but water can be frozen on a red-hplate. This pretty experiment has rightly been called the caloric paradox. If a drop of water is placed on a red-hor white hot metal plate it does not suddenly flash into steam under the influence of the great heat It does not even boil. It simply evaporates quietly and slowly as it rolls about the plate. Now. suppose that the drop on the plate is a volatile liquid like sulphurous acid. It will evaporate, and this evaporation will produce cold. Let a drop of water fall in the sulphurous acid drop and it will be frozen in spite A ot ot ! of the heat i I ur I i i I ; ; M. Boutigny thus froze water on a white hot platinum capsule. Faraday carried this remarkable experiment even further. Pouring some ether and solidified carbonic acid gas on a red- hot platinum capsule, he formed spheroidal mass which evaporated very slowly. He then brought some mercury into contact with it and this was instantly frozen. Now, mercury requires a temperature of 40 degrees below zero to solidify It, and here it was frozen on redhot platinum. No "Deidhend" Trip. One of the mot famous of American shipping lines in the pali:n dt.s or nnr marine was the Cope line, which ran between Philadelphia and Liverpool, says the author of "Memoirs of Charles H. Cramp." By this line John Randolph of Roanoke determined to go to Russia when he had been appointed minister to that country by President Entering the office of the Jackson. company in Philadelphia, he said to. a clerk in his usual grandiloquent man- j , , j t I ner: "Sir, I wish to see Thomas P. Cope." that seemed to hold my only hope A man Gave Himself Away. Democratic party for President at Baltimore, July 2, 1912. Officially notified of the nomination at his summer home at Seagirt, N. J., August 7, 1912. PresiElectsd twenty-eight- h dent of the United States, November 5, 1912, receiving 435 electoral votes out of a total of 531. of life; opened it: with two haisds, shakily raised it to my lips. "Then came the thought, 'If I must die of brandy, I can die without more; if not I can live without any.' And again I said, tion. Not yet. In another moment, After a hard fight in the pri- may be; but not yet.' maries he was nominated by the "That was six years ago. Af-te- r : Even though it is impossible to corner all the money, a fellow can try. In a Canadian town, milk was used to extinguish a fire. Must have been well watered. Perhaps the next thing will be a pneumatic tube service between the city and the farm. A Boston physician says that whiskers are a sort of capilary fungus. There are some that look it. A Dalaware hotel has four cats regularly employed to deal with one comes home at three o'clock in the morning after a spell of exhausting work at the office. Best Known Cough Remedy years Dr. Icing's For forty-thre- e New Discovery has been known throughout the world as the most reliable cough remedy. Over three million bottles were used last year. Isn't this proof? It will get rid of your cough, or we will refund your money. .T. J. Owens, of Allendale, S. C, writes the way others have done: "After twenty years, I find that Dr. King's How a Drunkara Cured Himself. New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs or colds that iThave ever used. For coughs or colds and all throat and The American Magazine has lung troubles, it has no equal. 50c been offering prizes for the best and SI at Paull Drug Co. Resigned the Governorship of New Jersey, March 1, 1913, in anticipation of his inauguration as President. Left Trenton for Washington, March 3, 1913, escorted by practically the entire student body of Princeton University. Inaugurated President of the United States, March 4, 1913, the first Democrat to. hold the office in sixteen years. the first month, I threw away my flask and have tasted no intoxicant since. "My moment- - by - moment method was based upon the thought that all of life is meas ured out in fractions of a. second: and that for the brief present fraction that is all the life we have, any torture is endurable. "The means of instant gratification of the craving were kept at hand as, without such provisd ion, the character of the cure is lost and, that lost, nothing remains, With it, and with a determination to" succeed, any man, Ibelieve, can control and conquer any habit." second-to-secon- Are you Constipated? If so, get a box of Dr. Kings New Life Pills, take them regularly and your trouble will quickly disaopear. 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. sewing two leaves together for the purpose of forming a nest. This report confirms the observations of the English naturalist Ridley, made in 1S90. They saw a row of the insects pulling" the ed.ro of leaves together, then others trimming and fitting the edges, and finally the completion of the work by Cleopatra's Pearl. still other ants which fastened the Most persons know the story that is wVfKi with n cilL'T fhrril r?!?nl V.T. told of Cleopatra to illustrate her lux , ,arvae of tJle sameoecieS tL urious habits of living that she dis carried in their mandibles. It Is said solved In her wine a precious pearl that the sewing ants pass the thread-givin- g No one seems yet to have questioned larvae like shuttles through what must have been the effect upon holes in the edges of the leaves. Bosthe drink, but scientists scoff at the ton Post. v possibility of such solution. The fact is pearls are not soluble in wine. The For the Boy's Sake. most powerful vinegar affects then, A Roseville man stopped smoking for slowly and never entirely dissolves the sake of his young son. "If 1 them, for the organic matter remains I shall set him a bad example." smoke he arbehind in the shape of a spongy mass gued and gave up tobacco with many that is larger than the original pearl sighs of regret For three years he has New York Press. done without the weed. The other night he found a box of little cigars in Willing to Help Him. the boy's coat pocket a well smoked "Why don't you want to let me hold brier pipe In the youngster's tool box: your hand?" down cellar and a pack of cigarettes in "What good would it do you to hold the woodshed. Newark News. my hand?" "It would make me glad and give His Experience. me courage perhaps to to say some"In order to succeed In any line of thing that I I er" business," said the great merchant "There! Please hold both of my who was given to the habit of moralhands."- - Chicago Record-Heralizing, "one must begin at the bottom." "I tried that," replied the young man Her Mark Down Mania. with the fringed trousers, "and now Mrs. Benham You are always mak I'm on my uppers." Exchange. Ing mountains out of molehills. Ben-haAnd you are always marking Reckless Dissipation. mountains down to molehills. New His Mother Hiram, ain't you York Press. shamed o' yourself settin' up till half past 8 playin solitaire? Whar you get Not a Permanent Return. your taste for gamblln' I don't know. "I "see your married-daughteIs home Life. again." "Yes, but only-fo- r a visit ray dear-o- nly No man can do nothing, and no man for a visit" Detroit Free Press.- :an 3o everything.-Germ- an Proverb. who is steadily employer. finally had a day off and decided to u fishing, taking his luncheon with Mm When he reached the creek he disrov ered that he had dropped the lum-packet somewhere on the road aui hastened hnelr to Innlc fnr 1t-- Prpspnr ly he met a husky negro, who was iuuujuj; happy and picking his teeth "Did you find anything on the road as you came along?" asked the gentle man. "No, sab'. answered the negro. "I didn't find nothing. Couldn't a do;: have found it and eat It up?" Everybody's. n i ' He was shown to Mr. Cope's office. "I am John Randolph of Roanoke." he said. "I wish to take passage to Liverpool in one of your ships." If he expected to be tendered a oass he was grievously disappointed. "I am Thomas Cope." replied the head of the line. "If thee goes aboard T the ship and selects thy stateroom and will pay $130 thee may go.' An Ants' Sewing Circle. '"" j luu. "''" Ul i'"."nas ueen unserved;l ?i'? m me xnai A party of German naturalists iron, ce"u umimve ""'? re- re- , ,, act or ,.' -- d. r - i;v rMj 4" THE: ADAIR COUNT SKEWS theVsfiBitor'of The News, the'iPresident vof the P ublished Vby Wednesday Adair County Club called a igeet- MrtvfiE ing of its members, there being Adair County News Company. more than ihjrty. A few . brief speeches, an all around hand(Incorporated.) ' shake, a goodibye and we were EDITOR. gone feeling glad of our good CHAS. S. HARRIS fortune to meet so many of our Democratic newspaper devoted to the Ingres! of the City of Columbia and the people worthy teachers and friends. THEyDJUR'COUHTY EWS gobd'wiH'-tt- f --- W - Uyr'lliP" i$&gl&: vjr y?r. VULCAN PLOWS Brinley Osborne Disc Harrows. Field Seeds the Best at Lowest Prices. The Jeffries Hardware Co. K5-f- w gf - Adair and adjacent counties. Post-offi- Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. ce as sec-- sl The announcement of Mr. Jo Z. Conover for the nomination m eSK (VED. MAECH 12. for Jailer of Adair county sub1918 ject to the action of the Progressive party, in the August primary, appears in the proper column in this paper. Mr. Conover is well and favorrbly known to a large number of people in this county. It was our pleasure to spend a few hours in Bowling Green last week, and to be plain it was a most pleasant visit, resulting in a broader knowledge of the For the last four years he has great work being done in the ed- been deputy Jailer under his ucational institutions of that city. father, Mr. J. K. P. Conover. In Just how many schools are with- his official capacity he has measin the city limits is unknown to ured up to full and complete rethe writer but there are sever- quirements, and so far as we al, and all, we were told, are have been able to learn he enwell filled with students. Those joys the good will of the best of most importance, however, people of this county and as are The Bowling Green Business truly the esteem of the unforu .: 8v!72 isas iCnXlra rwflvs:' 1$F Hiiyca College and the State Normal. tunate who have been placed" The former has two or three under his care. As to his qualihundred young men and young fications and special fitness to Reynolds, of Tennessee. Postmaster General Repreladies industriously pursueing make a good Jailer, we have business training under the most nothing to add to his record, as sentative Albert Burleson, of thorough instructors in the en- it is as good as any man's who has Texas. Secretary of the Navy Jose-phu- s mbmmpim UJBggBEViwr iTwritfAyarfTTKasMgi t.tvr XMivz3dKm&jwee!kZAija tire country, and aided by every filled that office in this county. Daniels, of North Carolina. Why we use Open Hearth Wire equipment necessary to develop As a Progressive he was one of Secretary of the Interior in Preference to all other kinds competent, active and useful the first to align with that party Remember the iron wire your father men in many of the leading av- and from start to the present Franklin K. Lane, of California. It takes longer to mane this special and your grandfather had around the Open Hearth Wire, but it excels in Secretary of Agriculture Daenues of business. This school has never faltered in his honest farm ? Good old wire, wasn't it ? strength, toughness and long life, and vid F. Houston, of Missouri. is so thoroughly established and convictions which place his new The Special Open Hearth Wire, as we consequently makes the most servicemake it today from our own (secret) able, satisfactory fence. The wire is the widely advertised by the many political alignment. As a good Secretary of Commerce Repformula, is more like the old time iron very foundation of who have received training in it citizen, as a man who has dis- resentative William C. Redfield, wire than that used in any other make Buy "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence for positions in various charged the duties of Jailer for of New York. of fence. and accepted lasting satisfaction. Secretary of Labor RepreMade in Different Styles for FIELD, FARM, RANCH, LAWN. !7r- parts of the country, that the nearly four years, and as a Pro13J O,U3,r&Ill.eeCl J JOQ CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN Wilson, of demands for their graduates are gressive who believes in the poli- sentative William B. Ask your dealer lor "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade in excess of the finished product!! cies that necessitated his politi- Pennsylvania. you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Brands of Barbed Wire: We were shown through the cal change, he submits his claims If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twisted by Cable Wire; Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 State Normal buildings by Prof. to the Progressives of Adair In an opinion handed down Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire Nails; Gr.lvanized Wire Nails; Large Head First Assistant Attorney General Cherry, principal of the schoo county in the August primary. Pittsburgh Steel Co. Roof in? Nails; Single Loop Bale Ties; Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open Morris, doubt is cast on the lePitUburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth material. msLsmjm and the most enthusiastic edpengality of the Confederate ucator in the State a gentleman ti In the proper column in this sion act, and the Auditor, Henry whose activities have vitalized issue will be found the announceas well as modernized the power ment of Mr. J. W. Vaughan, a Bosworth, is instructed not to do so and effectiveness of that great candidate for the Democratic pay a claim until ordered to Senator to succeed the lats Jeff by the Courts. This decision THE ip Ml State institution. We were im- nomination for Jailer of Adair Davis, and wound up the day by ii O pressed with the apparent fitness county, subject to the action of makes it evident that it will be a sending in his resignation as I V any of the old lf and ability of the heads of the the August primary. Mr.'Vaugh-a- n long time before ll. Governor. ft $2-- 352-3 Confederates will receive a pen3Sc?-various departments, but the lives in the Glenville vicinity, sion, if they ever do. Bills are General trade conditions are Russell Springs, Kentucky. adaptation of the President to and is an active, industrious farconstantly being declared uncon- good, with all lines in demand, the general purpose and accom- mer. Attending to his farm has stitutional, which shows conclu- say Dun's and Bradsfreet's weekplishments of the States great prevented him from having as lawyers ly reports of business. Failures sively that first-clapurpose in establishing such a broad acquaintance as some othselected to serve in for the week ended March 6 training school stands a signal er citizens but throughout the should be legislative bodies. were 250 against 287 in the cor success. The immensity of the Southern part of the county he responding week in 1912. Marks our 5th Big Bargain Sale on this seasons odds buildings and equipments, the enjoys the good will of its many Diplomatic appointments still and ends, at actual cost and down to what ever breadth of its work and the good citizens who will not falter continue to occupy the center of In the new Congress Repreclock-lik- e system employed, are in their opportunity to help give attention in official Washington. they will bring. This sale will take effect in nearly sentative Stanley succeeded Ollie bound to appeal to the pride and him the nomination. Mr. Richard Olney has been decided James as a member of the Ways every department and line we handle and will afford endorsement of every enterprisi- Vaughan is a Democrat, one upon for the ambassadorship to Champ many good bargains for every one who attends the and Means Committee. ng: Kentuckian who may visit from principle, and has always Great Britain and George W. Clark had no opposition for sale. The main feature of this sale will be Window On the topmost done his duty by party 'and party this school. Guthrie, Democratic State Chair Speaker and South Trimble was Curtains, White Bed Quilts, Embroidery and Rib story, where the air is fresh and candidates, though not offensive man of Pennsylvania, is said to Clerk. bons. We have made a special purchase of these light abundant, Dr. McCormick, to his Republican friends. His be slated for the ambassadorship items for this sale and can sell them for less than the head of the State Board of standine as a gentleman, his at- - to Italy, but while the informaLiberty. Health, is located, and while the tentiveness to duty and his integ tion comes from reliable authormanufacturers cost. writer is not versed in the scope rity recommend him as a man ity the arrangements for mak- Editor of The News: of hi3 work, or the equipments who would make a good official. ing the appointments have not The March term of the Ca?ey Monday necessary, yet it appears that This is the first time he has reached the stage where definite circuit court, began onThe dockLace Window Curtains March the 3rd, 1913. heavy for the pres 'under his superintendency a ever asked office at the hands of announcements can be made. et is rather 29in x 2i yds worth 40 to 50c pr. sale price, 29c pr. ent term, and will probably conamount of good is being his party and while he will neivast 29in x 2 A yds worth 60 to 75 c pr. sale price, 48c pr. sume the entire two weeks, The scramble for offices will Judge Carter, delivered very accomplished. The Doctor is a ther sulk nor sullen should the 35in x 2 yds worth 85 to $1.00 pr. sale price 67c pr. most entertaining gentleman, victory be won by an opponent, now commence. Evidently there strong instructions to the Grand 49in x 3 yds Bonne Femme pattern worth $1.25 to $1.50 at 98c there seems not only proud ot past yet he thinks he is entitled to will be many changes, and the Jury. On the docket cases, are and on 60in x 3 yds pee top, Twin" 25 yd draw string and drapery tassal worth 154 old commonwealth achievements, but looks for and due consideration, and will try time to some applicants is going charges of misdemeanors, and 42 $ .50 pr. go at (something new) $ .00 pr. expects, greater revelations in to meet as many Democrats as to seem dreadfully long. Pres- appearances, indictments 52in x 3 i yd worth $2.00 to $2.25 pr. sale price $1.50 pr. found at the last term of the future. The critic may em- - possible before tthe August pri- ident Wilson has a task before court. On the criminal docket the 51 in x 3 yds Italian tracery pattern worth $3.00 pr. go at $2.25 pr. him, and while we believe Re there are 20 felony cases 5 of arts to cast shadows mary .and submit his claims ploy his . 39in x 3yds Irish Point Lace worth $4.00 pr. sale rce $2.75 pr. publicans vho are now holding which will likely be tried at the over the endeavors of this depresent term. S00 yds Embroidery and Insertion worth 0 to 2ic go at 7ic. partment, and there may be just fat positions will be superceeded JVlr. P. A. Land, the circuit " " 15 to 20 ego at 10c yd. " ", 200 " L by Demacrats, ground for some criticism, but cannot Clerk, had his work up in fine WILSON'S CABINET. 200 yds Taffaty Sflk Ribbon dfferent colors worth 0c yd go at 5c yd. much good is be quickly. Applicants will shape, ready for court, and also be done . bevond doubt " " " all colors'worth 15 to 20c go at 10c yd. 200 '" the Sheriff, W. T. Brown, had be pushed by their friends' and all his papprs executed where ing accomplished in this field of .'50 prs Men's pants worth $1.75 to $2,50 go for choice $f.35 pr. Last but not least, it Secretary of State William to select the best and most- de the parties could be found in the science. .100 Men's asst, Work and dress shirts worth 50c sale price 38c each. county, and was ready when pleasure to meet many Jennings Bryan, of Nebraska. require time. serving will was our court convened. Secretary of Treasury Wilyour friends to help share theJbar- of Adair and adjoining cour ty's The Equity and ordinary dock Come and bring of New York. G. McAdoo. Gov. Joseph T. Robinson, of ets contain about the usual gains we have .to offer. teachers, who are in attendance, liam Sunday saved a number of cases and doubtless Secretary of War Lindley M. Arkansas, last working hard to better equip most of them will be disposed of life, married a couple, wrote his at the present term. Jersey. . themselves for their profession. GarrisonrofNew . Fred McLean. Tortlie purpose of extending Attorney General James 'Mc- - own commission as United States m : "PIttiimr!i Perfcrf Fsuce F fence-durabilit- y. ery "Pitts-burg- h ur Supply Supply 533-32-2 53-55-2- - I ss Thursday, March 20, 1913 --- re-elect- ed 1 1 1 1 1 "'' i. the-wor- k 1 - ' ,- THE SUPPLY CO. j -- .1 j r ."rs- - c t "S. THE' ADAIR COUNTY NEWSGood - 5 ( Farm for Rent. Mc-Caffr- ee ANNOUNCEMENTS . JLJ ? ' oyaifefe rwlwllvl ssa For County Judge. The farm, known as the R. T. is for rent. It is a good farm, We are authorized to announce one. Apply to that TANNER OTTLEY is a candiRalph Waggener. date for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the expression of Democrats at-- the August primary, . Breeding. are authorized to announce Dr. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a Neighbor Hatcher and Sam candidate for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the Demoregistered at the Breeding Hotel cratic voters who will express their choice at the August primary. AYe Absolutely Pure N. M. Dr. X. W. Scott was in town W.We are authorized to announce J. TUPMAN a candidate for Judge of Adair county court, subject to the one day last week. will of the Democratic voters of Adair Uncle Joel Moore, of Weed, county, at the August primary. was here Saturday. FOR SHERIFF. Mr. Fred Simpson bought sevWe are authorized to announce S. H eral head of cattle on Casey MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, of Adair county, subject to the action Creek last week. of the Democratic voters of said Rev. J. R. Marrs delivered a county, expressed at the August primary, 1913 very interesting discourse at the We are authorized to announce A. A M. E. Church Sunday. .MILLER a candidate for Sheriff of Marriage Licenses. The Washington party given Adair county, subiecfc to the Demo cratic primary to be held in August. by Mr. Richard B. Dillon, was The following were issued from the Mr. BrackMassie, was in Louisville annnnnnp. We Adair County Clerk's office during the very delightfully spent in honor BUKT are authorized of to last; week. EPPERSON, Montpelier, a month of February: of the Father of our country. canaiuace ior t,ne uemocratic nominaSir. John Will Townsend, Milltown. W. F. Melson to Madie Cundiff. tion for Sheriff of Adair County, subMr. A. C. Froedge and Bug ject to the August primary. is reported better. Jas. Reeder to Lela Watson, Sam Antle to Bess Coffey. Simpson were in town Monday. Mr. J, H. Goff returned from Clin- The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar foods Makes delicious home-bake- d Wednesday. ol maximum quality at minimum cost Makes home baking pleasant and profitable am old and "the snows of manv wirrfa have whitened my head, but my age is a lusty winter, frosty but kindly,for "LheGfoVierhas lightened myears. You are assured a happy old age if you use - j Oliver Plows They save your strength. You do more work. Reuse better crops. Make more money. Personal Will You Enjoy Your Old Age? Sold by REED & MILLER, Columbia, Ky. They keep all kinds Oliver repairs in stock. ton county Saturday. Mr. Sam Lewis, made a business trip to St. Louis last week. Mr. Strong Hill, hard ware salesman, was in Columbia a few days ago. Miss Mary Bell Feese has been quite sick for eight or ten days. J. II. Golf to Virginia Hunn. Rev. Wm. Williams died sudSam Cabbell to Ethel Coomer. Virgil Burton to Lucy Burton. denly while in his field at work. Cortez Sanders to Bertha Breeding. Uncle Eiliie will be greatly missS. E. Bndgewaters to Myrtie Comer, ed by all who knew him. narry Firquin to Flocie Coomer. Waco McKinley to Adel Marcum. Mr. Andy Bridgewater, the O A. Taylor to Stella Jones. FOR COUNTY CLERK. Y. GABBERT i candidate for County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject Ve are authorized to announce L. Re- to the action oi the Progressive publicans of said county. Buggies Surreys Runabouts back. mother and sister. The school at Smith Shapel is The services at the Parlor Circle Dr. S. P. Mill and his sister, Mrs. Miss Mattie We are authorized to announce JO Two good progressing fine. Z. CONOVER a candidate for Jailer n. !N. Miller, visited their mother, at continue to be tirst-classhows Thursday and Friday nights, Young, from Joppa, is our teach- of Adair county subject to the action Crocus, the tiisti of the week. this week. of the Progressive party in the Au er. She is a fine girl. Mr. Geo. E. Wilson is on the sick gust primary. list and his little son, Davis, is wrestPresident Wilson's inaugural adThe singing at Smith Chapel ling with the measles. dress is published on our second page. Saturday night was very good. We are authorized to announce Rev. W. F. Ilogaid, will be in Ifc is something that every body should JAMES W. VAUGnAN a candidate Prof. Cabbell did the leading. Oweusboro this week, attending the read. for Jailer of Adair county subject to Institute. State Sunday-schoAttention is called :o the' 'ad" of W. A. Smith and Russell the action of the Democratic party Supply Co., Russell Springs. Rare Mr. Jo. Rice. Cane Valley, is in a the Durman left for Louisville a few in the August primary. bargains are offered. low state of health. He was in Louisdays ago to get a job at the L. & COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT ville last week to consult a specilist. Born, to the wife of Jo Reed, on N. Shops. . Mrs. L. O. Taylor, left Saturday the 7th inst., a twelve pound daughter. We are autho-ize- d to announce morning for Danville, her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Effie Smith i3 quite sick PROF. TOBIAS HUFFAKER a candidate for Superintendent of Public Local Market. Mack Frazer, of that city, being at this writing. Schools of Adair county, at the Noquite ill. Mr. Lucian Turner's little boy vember election. Mr. Brack Massie states that Mr. Jas. T. Page will reach home this that was burned very nearly to We are authorized to announce ELI week. His many friends will be glad Eggs 15 STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate death is getting along as well as for the Democratic nomination foi to see him Hens 13 County School Superintendent sub could be expected. Miss Mollie Bird, of Cincinnati, an ject to the oction of the August pri Chickens' 13 rnary. experienced trimmer, is with Mrs. Mr. Robert Cabbell's little 31 Cocks 4 W. Atkins this season, having arLou We are authorized to announce the rived last Saturday. Turkeys l year old son is boarding at Mr. candidacy of J. V.DUDLEY for CounMrs. Leo Baldauf, who visited her Geese 7 Marvin Bennett's going to school ty School Superintendent, subject to the action of the Democratic voters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lewis, for Ducks 8 at Smith Chapel, his cousin being at the August primary. two mouths, left last week for her Wool spring clipping 21 the teacher. home in Elizabethtown. FOR SENATOR. Hides (green) 10 Mr. J. B. Burton and Mr. Babe BurteleThere has been a new Feathers.., 45 We are authorized to announce E. ton left for Louisville Monday mornphone line started from Cane M. COX, of Albany, a candidate lor . 5 50 buy goods, the lat- Ginseng ing, the former to Senator in this the 16th Senatorial Beeswax 25 Valley through this section which district subject to the action of the ter to serve or: the Federal Jury. Yellow Root 325 will be a great convenience to the Republican party in the August priMr. L. C. Hurt, of Louisville, arrivmary. 2 neighborhood when completed. ed last Friday evening to spend a few MayApple(per lb) days with his father, Mr. J. W. Hurt, FOR ASSESSOR. Miss Lena Murrell was visitwho continues to be a very sick mail. gS3oS5253i3sESS0233S2K23&SSJ ing her friend, Miss Mattie We are authorized to announce R. A Dr. Ed Sallee, who has been on the WAGGENER. a candidate for the Young, at Clay Bennett's last Democratic nomination for Assessor sick list for several months, is improvof Adair county subject to tne action ing, and he thinks he will soon be at Saturday night and Sunday. of the August primary. his office, in Garlin. His friends there will welcome his return. Miss Sallie Watbon spent the We are authorized to announce day with Mrs. Lora Bennett one JAKE CHELF a candidate for Assessor of Adair county, subject to the acEee money is the easiest and quickest day last week. tion of the Democratic voters of said Jamestown, Ky., Feb. 8th, 1913. money in the poultry industry. If you are county, expressed at the August prigoing to make eggs your specialty, you The following is a list of marriage Mrs. Terry Corbin and little mary. should look well into the matter before license issued from the Russell County purchasing stock or eggs for hatching. Court Clerk's office during the month son are visiting relatives at We are authorized to announce G. Heavy laying strains are not accidents. of February: A. BRADSHAW a candidate for AsThat quality is bred in the stock. If the Ozark this week. "fancy" side of the industry appeals to sessor, subject to the action of the John D. Turner to Miss Lula Cook. you. buy stock and eggs bred for the Democratic voters of Adair county, Lee Floyd to Miss SarahV- - Clemons. Mrs. Delia Smith and children expressed at the August primary. My strain of TomieJ. Turner to Miss Francis Single Comb White will start in a few days to join Hail. .V TT!753s?a her husband in Louisville where LEGHORNS B. H. Edmonds to Miss Nettie G. he has a position in the L. & N. McGahan. Is a combination of the blood lines from three of the largest and most successful F. F. Smith to Miss May Bowlin. Shops. egg farm3 in the United States. They Calvin McFarland to Miss Serreptia have been bred solely for eggs, and hav it Joe Henry Bennett spent the S. Scales. shown remarkable records during the last Conner to Miss Tana Pierce. Any old hen will lay in the two winters. Lee day with Ivan Cabbell last Saturspring and early summer. Cooper to Miss Elender Will9-2s. i ol Tc-da- y. Profs. R. O. Cabbell and E. Miss Lydia West, Mrs. G. W. Stawill sing at Zion Easter Sunday. There ples trimmer, will arrive this, Tuesday will be a special quartette. Singing week. night. will begin at 1:30 p. m. Every body Mr. M. B. Fudge and wife Miss Ethel Conover, who is teach- invited. ing in Texas, is at home for a few were the guests of Mr. M."T. weeks. Miss Mollie Caldwell represents E. Fields' Saturday and Sunday. Walker & Co , Florists, Louisville, Ky. Gar-liMr. D. M. Moore, merchant at Mr. R. Y. Simpson and wife was in the Louisville market last When in need of ilowers, call her at the Exchange week. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mrs. Ermine Wilson, The weather was disagreeably cold Jno M. Simpson, Sunday. Springs, was shopping in Columbia here several days of last week, but it last Saturday. is reported that fruit has not been Smith Chapel. Mr. Fred McLean, is at Liberty, as- materially damaged. sisting the Circuit court clerk of Get your Pianos and Organs tuned Casey county. The health of this community when Prof. Hicks comes back from the Mr. John T. Harvey, came in Thurs- South, ne is now tuning his way is good at this writing. day night, to spend a week with his t. n, noted stock dealer of Edmonton, Jones was in our midst one day last Jailer. To the ' lemocrats of Adair County, my candidacy for Jailer of Adair County subject to the action of Democrats in the August primary. If nominated, I will use all honorable means m my power to advance the interest of my associates and if elected will discharge the duties of the ofl.ee impartially, I ask your support. Yours truly S. G. Denny. Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. I hereb innounce Woodson Lewi Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A Car Load Of Buggies Saturday. We are authorized to announce LUTHER BELL a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the August primary. We are authorized to announce Oliver "Willis a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democrats of this county in the August primary. Eejrj Saturday June 22nd. Main Street Greensburs; Buo-sries was Blocked for two hours with sold by Wood LewiSc During the day Town Marshall called on to clear the street. What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales, Quality, Styles and Easy Riding. REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man, the Mower and Binder man, the Gasoline Engine man, ' the' Farm -- ' Implement man. tAdl El Tl Money WOODSON GREENSBURG, KY. LEWIS f 4 show-ring- . Herman C Tafel W.Jefferson, St. ., J. M. son. Oscar Conover to Miss Grace Net- Welby Meece to Miss Alta Thomas. "W. F Wade to Miss Mary E. Anderson. Garfield 3eal to Miss Louisa Roy,. tleton. ing. Place your orders early. If 75c 15EGGSFOR and by mail, add for postage 15c day it being Ivan's birthday. 4 ;1 pack- . O. Russell Columbia, Ky. 'Bennett and Dexter Givens spent the night with AnMollie ''Ia3 suffering from pain in my stomach, head and back,' writes H. PRICE itfatfe liters tnc Louisville, Ky. cHIb h i Kew Man Of Him. nie and Georgia nesday night. Murray Wed- T. Alston, Raleigh, N. GV "and my liver and kidneys did not work right, but four bottles ot Jiiectnc .Bitters made me fee? 4ke a new man." 50 CTS. Ai lEk. Things Electrical v' Write for Wireless TelepjraphJ Pamphfet, ' m AH - Telophone Medical l eiegrapn instrm . ( .." K ci ni.s.'VBBnaMnn ALL DRUG STORES. Electric Light te . (' . ' i ui THE ADAlk COtJNTY NEWS GLASS IS PECULIAR. It 1 1 A Remedy No Family Should Do Without No matter how healthy a human sin. It is a liquid laxative-tonimild, Being may be it not many months is safe to say that and never gripes, is effective on robust are passed without people and can be given with safety to some obstruction of the bowels, in other an c, woms, only temporary constipation, even ifdull feeling-Jy.- f The bloating:, the tart after the evening meal. If a laxative is not taken that night it is certain that sleep and you will awakenwill not be sound, unrefreshed. Hence, it is important for you and for all the members of your family that a reliable laxative be always kept in the house for just such emergency, sure to be needed, and when needed is itou want it at hand. No family lhat is areful of its health can do without such a remedy. But the question of which remedy to have on hand is also of vast importance. The laxative most highly recommended by the majority of intelligent Americans as being best for babies and grownups Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep fr thft RtnmJinh. 1lvor nnil hnnrcla o.l many people like R. H. Morgan, Price, iciiii., Tpnn.. mis. xx. v. uaviuson, wart-rnc- . e. iuu snv fliov wmilrt ij onnn without the necessities as without Dr. uaiaweu s syrup I'epsin. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this infant. Children like it because of these gentle qualities and because it is pleasant to the taste. It is the best remedy you can have in the house for any disorder (it all-arou- remedy before buying it in the way of a druggist at fifty cents regular or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 "Washington St.. Monticello, in. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. The Daily Louisville And The Times News very singular facts. Take a hollow sphere with a hole and stop the hole with the finger, so as to prevent the external and internal ait from communicating, and the sphere will fly to pieces by the mere heat of the hand. Vessels made of glass that have been suddenly cooled possess the curious property of being able to resist hard blows given to them from without, but will be instantly shivered by a small particle of flint dropped into their cavities. This property seems to depend upon the comparative thickness of the bottom; the thicker the bottom is the more certainty of breakage by this experiment Some of these vessels. It Is stated, have resisted the stroke of a mallet given with sufficient force to drive a nail into wood, and heavy bodies, such as iron, bits of wood, Jasper, stone, etc., have been cast into them from a height of two or three feet without any effect yet a fragment of flint not larger than a pea dropped from a height of three inches has made them fly. in elasticity. If two glass balls are made to strike each other at a given force the recoil, by virtue of their elasticity, will be nearly equal to their original impetus. Connected with its brittleness are some tradictory Qualities. Glass la one of the most interesting as well as one of the most peculiar things In the world. It has curious and contradictory qualities, and many astonishing phenomena are connected with it Brittle and breakable as it is. yet it exceeds almost all other bodies Hst Number of Curious and Con- WEEKLY PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. J had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by COURIER -J- OURNAL 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 COUBIER--JOURNAL DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 50c AND Cox, Joliet, 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS For paper notjto the l.50 Courier-Journa- l. Special Attnetin to Eyes Fistulo, 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. LOCATION NEAR ED i you will give or send your order to this HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. 0NBURK5Y1LLE Adair County ELIZA WAS GENEROUS. 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. We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for 4.50 per year ' Come to the office or mail in Her Munificent Offer For an Original Five Act Tragedy. People are likely to look back com mlseratingly upon the past in tbe days of modern progress. When w hear what the most prolific of present day novelists receives a word ami what the weekly royalties of any well known playwrights are we say that the literary profession has come Into Its own. Some hark back to the coi trastlng tale that Milton receive, only 5 for the first copyright of "Paradise Lost," an epic in tweH books containing a total of 10.r(. lines, but that was over two centurh-agPoe received $10 for "Th Raven." That may be dismissed win the statement that poetry never paid. The modern way of making mono by literature is even more recent tha Is generally thought Alexander Hi of Cincinnati, one of the best kuowi bookmen and collectors of the middtt west, has a letter in his collection in autographs that proves this point. Two generations ago Eliza Logati was a leading actress in America Read her letter, O budding genius or the typewriter, and be glad that when you are paid it is space rates for tli" local paper: o. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 $2.00 Joseph Cj H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr 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 Cour- Not ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Read The U. G. HARDWICK, Pr. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres.', R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec your subscription. C I AI j Tremont House, Boston, May 17, 1S54 E. Dusseault, Jr., Charlestown, Mass. Sir I wish an original five act tragedy the feature to be a heroine, myself th personator of It; the scene not to be lai.i In this country: the plot to be optionr' with the author for which, tf I like It ' will pay ?5. Respectlfully, ELIZA LOGAN 7., -- W. L Pyne Mill & Supply ESTABLISHED 1861 Co. Courier INCORPORATED 1889 f3.rr Boston Post .. DEALERS IN Journal? HENRY WATTERSON ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW ML1S. 1301 N. All Pesrons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to" Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once American Leaf Colors. It has been observed that the leavo-o- f American trees, such as maple scarlet oaks and so forth, which :i home exhibit splendid colors In th autumn, fall below their reputatiou i. this regard when transplanted In Eut land or on the continent of Europt An English observer, who has bet studying the causes of. the autiitu: tints of trees, thinks the superiorit of our woodlands arises from the siit and mild yot glowing climatic ?ond tlons prevailing here in the fall. En land, it is added, is rarely blessed w" an Indian summer. When the permit the leaves to retatt considerable vitality in the autunr the colored pigment is normally le veloped; hence the glorious forests i the United States. Chicago Herald. cllmat!-conditionRet-on" GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfiIRTee?TH-MftILOUISVILLE MOKE STACKS, Sheet iron and Tank IVorR Editor. We Con Furnish You The Adair County News unclothe s JOBBING WORK SOLICITED Weekly - A1J Kinds of Machinery Repaired- Courier-Journ- al The Government I Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week Germs have been found in the cops away, the mice will res- play." d finger bowls in taurants. Probably an exclusive and superior kind, yet thrown in A New York woman involved in matrimonial troubles says that without extra charge. the ghost of her husband's first New York man, arrested for wife is the cause of it all. Why ihef t, laid it on to a she have him.give up the mark caused by a mouse. Liv- don't ing up to the old stunt of "when ghost? i high-pricepre-nat- al Regulating Price, of Books. Both One Year The price of books was once a m:i' ter for legislation in England. An ::r of 1534, which seems never to hav For $1.50 been repealed, provides that any con plaint regarding the price of be considered by "the lord cliau Courier-Journ- al . We can also give libera) berlain, the lord treasurer and or any two of these," anil th those dignitaries should have "pown combination rate with Daily place The Webb Bill. to but suband authority to reform and red res the enhancing of the prices of printe ject to the jurisdiction thereof or or Sunday Courier Journal books and to limit the prices of tit Courier-Journ- al Combooks and the offenders should TheEfollowing is a copy of the from any foreign country into Write forfeit for every book by them sold whereof the price be enhancei Webb Liquor Bill, which recently any State territory or district pany, Louisville, Ky., for the sum of 3s. Gd." London Mail. noncontiguous to but slibject to The! Adair County" News and Daily book-shoul- non-contiguo- us Um-an- d She Didn't Do It. The family jar waxed fiercer. "You talk about my being to binim-foour marrying!" shrilly exclaimed Mrs. Vick-Sen"John Henry, did I hunt you out and then make love to you?" "No!" he snorted. "But you could have given me the glassy eye and sent follows: me about my business, and you didn't "A bill divesting intoxicating do it, madam-y- ou didn't do it!" Chi cago Tribune. liquors of their interstate charr n. the jurisdictiomthereof, which said spirituous, vinous, malted, fermented or other intoxicating liquor is intended by any person interested therein to be received, possessed, sold or in any manner used either in the original package or otherwise in violation of any law of such State, territory acter in certain cases. Capital Punishment. or of the United States "Mamma, did you love to flirt Avneo "Be it enacted, that the ship- or district noncontiguous to but place you were young?" ment or transportation in any subject to the jurisdiction there"I am afraid I did. dear." "And were you ever punished for it manner or by any means what- of, is hereby prohibited." mamma?" Chamberlain's Tablets fOt Constipa "Cruelly, dear. I married your a ever of any spiritous, vinous, tion. then" Paris Rlr'e. malted, fermented, or other inFor constipation, Chamberlain's The hours we pass with happy pros- toxicating liquor of any kind Tablets are excellent. Easy to take pects In view are more pleasing than from one State, Territory or dis- mild and gentle in effect. Give them, those crowned with fruition. atrial. For saleTayPaull Drug Co. trict of the Hnited States or was passed by both the House of Representatives and the Senate. The bill divests liquor of its interstate character where the laws of the State prohibit the sale of intoxicants. The bill reads as free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. "I was suffering from f&va m my stomach, head and back,'' ivritjs H. TV A MadeA Kaw PSsnOf Him. lstnn. "RnleiVh. M t). liver and kidneys did nofc work right, ! Dut four Domes oi .tieciric .DiLiem made me fee,' rke a new san." PRICE 50 CTS. "ajd fflV ti ALL DRUG STORES. ( - r6K- - ) ' .K- -. "S .J& a 5 -- . .n If THE ADAifi eOOfJT-Pickett. Y NBWS Don't Suffer! " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L. Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework. Most of the people who raise tobacco have finished burning plant beds. Clayton Pickett, of Bliss, was here one day last week. Mr. Ed Whitlock, of Bliss, bought some shoats from his Bro. Chess, for 5 cents per pound. Boss Pickett and family and Rollin Pickett and wife, left for Illinois one day last week. Card The osnam You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Write to: Lsdles Advisory Dept. Chsttanocca Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., book. "Home Treatment lor Women." cent free. J 60 for Sfredal Instructions, and M-pa- ee There were several attended 'Squire Geo. W. Pickett's court here one day this week, and he had some business to attend to. Mr. Will King, the shoe drummer, was here to see our merchants one day this week. Mr. Tyler Furkins, of Cane Valley, passed through here one day last week, enroute to Kelt-ne- r. Mr. Zidner Willis, of Keltner, was hera Friday on busidess. M. Altom Rodgers ernment would be respected and that Madero would be saved ERECTING HIS from execution. Therefore it OWN MONUMENT. was with a shock that the news was received that Madero and his deposed vice president were How Lester Bryant, the Boy Champion Corn Grower of Kentucky, Will shot and killed while supposedly Buy His Own Memorial With under the protection of Huerta's His Record Crop of Corn. troops and while being transferred from, the palace to the One very frequently hears the repenitentiary "for safe keeping." mark, "That fellow is erecting his own monument." No one in the Rockfleld FOR 1913 The assurance given by Huer- neighborhood last summer ever thought that Lester Bryant's record crop of ta that the killing would be made corn would be the means of building BRIGHTER, BETTER, the subject of "judicial investi- him a memorial. No one watching a vigorous his life and gation" was received with dis- soul into youngster put he did could BGGER THAN EVER the work as gust by the highest officials of have forseen such an event, and yet if THE REGULAR PRICE OF the administratian, inasmuch as none of them believes tnat the THE LOUISVILLE TIMES shooting of Madero and Saurez was anything else than culminaIS $5.00;A YEAR. tion of a prearranged plan, of which Huerta was entirely cognizant. f YOU WLL SEW YOUR 0RD However, it is not the purpose TO US, YOU CAN GET of President Taft to permit the assassination of Madero and Saurez to be made a casus belli with THE ADAIR COUNT THE LOUS VI LL E TIMES I The Daily Louisvi Hen ad Enjoys the largest circulation in Ken tucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports as well as general news, The Herald's special features make it pre-emine- nt has re- Mexico or to be used as a premoved to the property known as text for an armed invasion of the Lizzie Moss place, near that country. Nevertheless, the defiant disregard of the adminisKemp. tration's request that Madero be Mr. Allen Parson, our produce treated in a civilized way is mereman, makes his regular trip to ly an addition to the long list of market once a week. grievances the United States Mr. Jeff Parsons, of will remember and which ultiMallie mately will and Miss have to be accounted Squires, of Fry, were married in for. Greensburg a few days ago. The administration takes the Mr. Dick Rodgers bought one position that it is not up to the mule and harness from Boss United States to protect .citizens Pickett, for $100. regime of the overthrown Mr. Fred Rodgers left for against the cruel and Bowling Green a few days ago, vengeance of their conquer-er- s, to enter school. much as they deplore this There is still lots of mud in dictatorial and medieval mode of retaliation. the roads in this section. Camp-bellsvill- e, semi-civiliz- ed NEWS AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $4.50. prin- THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corresLESTER BKVAXT. among Louisville newspapers. attention is called ro Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in The Herald entitled Special A Good Wife. Answer, Bible Students. ftSL pondents. 4 ON BOARD THE GOOD SHIP EARTH re- - Back numbers of these articles free on quest to all who subscribe now. THE DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Both by Mail for One Year for 2.75 subscription can be taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or city where that papet is delivered by carrier. No telligent man with a whole head. Jericho, multiply by the number He needs a moral force in the I EXPENSE ACCOUNT. of pieces of silver Judas recieved conflicts of life. To recover his for betraying Christ, divide by $ 5.00 Rent composure,home should be a place 3.50 Preparation of land the number of spies Moses sent Seed of peace and comfort. There his Planting 25 into Canaan, add the number of e ivi s n u re soul renews its strenght and goes 4.37 Fertilizer letters in the name of the city, forth with renewed vigor to en3.90 Cultivation in which a man climbed up a 2.00 Gathering i: counter the labors and troubles by the tree to see Christ, divide 519.02 Total cost of life But if at home he finds 9.20 148 bus. and 55 lbs. at COc. number 01 Apostles tnat were no rest and encounters bad tempcallad the sons of Thunder. The a Profit $70.18 o er, jealousy and gloom, hope answer will be the number of ooo9ooeooo9soeoo0 vanishes and he sinks into deter Bryant memorial fund. As there fish I caught. , will probably be at least 3,500 ears in spair. i ! , the plans of the Hon. J. W. Newman Covers the Kentucky field peN carry, and they are sure to, the boy A good wife is to a man wisCharlie met his friend James will have erected his own memorial. dom, strength and courage; a At the funeral of Lester Bryant a fectly. upon the street and told him he few days after his tragic death at Covers the general news field bad one is confusion, weakness been fishing. "How many Washington Mr. Newman outlined his had plan to a few close friends. The plan No condition is and despair. fish did you catch?," asked was so unique and so easy of handling completely. hopeless to a man whose wife it was James. Charlie replied: "If to that Newman soon after decided upon. Has the best and fullest mar Mr. has bought Lester Bryposesses firmness, decision and of books of the Old ant's crop of fine Kentucky tested, the number economy. There is no outward kets reports. seed Testament you add the number Boone County "Whitehad Dr. corn from Mutchler, the boy's father and property which can counteract DEMOCRATIC in politics, bu of the books in the New Testa- the government expert in charge of indolence, extravagance and folmovement, pick the Corn ment, multiply that by the num- out Boys' bushels club extra seed corn. fair to everybody. fifty of ly at home. No spirit can long ber of Apostlesthat were pres- This carefully selected stock seed corn Man is endure by influence. will be offered for sale as the Lester ent at the Transfiguration, divid- Bryant Strain of Boone County White. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPstrong but bis head is not aded by the number of books writ- It will be sold at ?1 per ear. All the He needs a tranquil money realized from the sale of this amant. ten by Luke, subtract the times remarkable corn will be placed in bank TION RIGHT AWAY mind, especially if he is an inthe Isrealites marched around at Frankfort to the credit of the Les- - Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We. Of fur The Adair And County il i i The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year1 Washington is Suspicious. Officials of the Washington . Easy Way to Figure Interest. ad- j the fifty bushels of corn, a magniticent tronument is sure to rise in the I'owl-- j Ing Green cemetery, where the boy is For Only tH.55 SUBSCRIBE NOW. Educational Meeting. Preparations are well under d annual way for the session of the Kentucky Educational Association, to be held in Louisville April 30, May I, 2 and The officers of the Association are: SupkR. L. McFarland Owensboro, President; T. W. Vinson. Frankfort. Secretary, and G. M. Money, Shelbyville, Treasurer. It js planned to make it the most important educational meeting ever held in the South The program is filled with speak- low railroad rate from every ers outside the state, of nation-a- l point has been made on account reputation. of the convention. forty-secon- More than a score of the foremost educators of Kentucky are also on the program and it will r require three sessions each day to carry through the important work before the convention. Louisville is making elaborate preparations for the entertainment ot visitors and the officers of the Association hope that every teacher in the state will attend, as the approaching convention is regarded as an important step for the educational uplift of Kentucky. An exceptionally Here is a method ministration regard the killing of ing inierest on any former President Madero, and dollars at 0 per cent., which apKentucky's Boys' Corn Clubs. former Vice President Saurez as pears simple. Multiply any givmovement Is The Boys' Corn nothing else than premeditated en number of dollars by the num- only two years old clubtins state, and in murder. and ber of days of interest 'desired, yet big things have been accomplished. The Corn club boys, several thousand a Despite the protest of Gen. separate the right hand figure of them, are enthusiastic; but better enthusiasm are the that the action was without and divide by six, the result is than come from the work. results that have and in the the true interest for such sum When the state champions met ' In his Washington this winter the face of his promise to make a for such number of days at 6 per perts who had charge of with work exin the thorough investigation and pun- cent. The rule is so simple and the various states, there was naturally n fnollnff nf Inrpnsp rlrnlrv. Ttrnlronf ish the perpetratrator thereof, so true, according to all business the southern states that had been push- the adminstration here had ex- uses, that every banker, broker, Ing the Boys' Corn club idea for several years, had records of 442 boys that pressed in an emphatic way its merchant or clerk should post it had grown over 100 bushels on an acre. wish that the provisional govern-- , up for reference. There being Alabama and Georgia each had over 100 boys with this record to their credment, of which Huerta is the no such thing as a traction in u, it, but both of these states had been work for the past head, would treat Madero len- there is scarcely any liability to organized for clubvery eight years. It Is gratifying to be iently and not make him the ob- error or mistake. By no other able to write that Kentucky, with an organization of only two years, made a it ct of summary vengeance. arithmetical procoss can the de- splendid record. boys in It is expected that such an be obtained by Kentucky this past season grew over sired information 100 bushels of corn to the acre. How on the part of this gov so few figures. many adult farmers did that well? , cold-bloode- d buried. All orders for the corn should be of COmput- - sent direct to Mr. Newman's Frankfort shipped to The number of! office. orderingcorn will be Green. from Bowling those ' j Sub.scrlpHons may lie new or renewal What The Weekly Enquirer Is cl per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklies of It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtaining the World's events, and for that reason can give you all the leading news It carries a great amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every to-da- y. It is issued every Thursday. Subscription price Hu-ert- fore-knowled- ge home, farm or business man. Tnis grand oBer is limited and we advise you to tatte advantage by subscribing for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. iLr.'.WZ.'-r- '- I "33 ft rf;:! V .',. 23 .'. .,. -. " - .. ' ' - I '. ...: ,' S -- s .1 . torfi ...' .''Si .una J ITP?3 STV. rv"' V "t 5 Fifty-seve- n ex-preshi- CEts r r. - -- m v v- - r.--i BOTTLE AT AIL v tTS. tl 79 .. 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. ing to the front. When we call back just, a few years ago, when school boys d We are having fine weather we were together, reared up in the same at this time. Messrs. Yates and Cheatham, community, it only seems but of Milltown, were here last week yesterday. We have not words to express the appreciation of looking after hogs. your communications. Let US Rev. Pangburn filled his reguhear from you again. lar appointment last Sunday at Mrs. L. C. Nell has been on this place. the sick list for the past week or George Vance and family, of so. Pyrus, spent last Sunday with Johu A. Hobson, Greensburg, Ky., will pay the family of W. B. Dulin. you best prices for your hogs, sheep or cattle, Mr. Robert 0. Keltner and Write or phone him. family attended the marriage of Rowes X Roads. Miss Sullivan to Mr. Vales, near East Fork one day last week. Waco McKinley and Miss Adell Miss Maggie Bragg returned from Louisville last Friday. She Marcum went to Columbia last will leave for Jamestown in a week and were married. They few days where she will engage will locate at Knifley and Waco tomb-ston- e busiin the millinerv businesss this will go into the bare-foote-- The ceremony was performed by preacher Voils, and the couple left for Illinois shortly after the ceremony was said. Mr. U. G. Anderson and Miss Lillie Deaner are in Green county this week teaching a singing coVinnl AWOMANISAS N EVERYTHING IN OLD AS SHE LOOKS Thousands of women owe their youth" ful appearance to tlerpidde. Newbro' No matter what mar be her age, a woman with a sice bead of hair, hair that la soft, glossy and fluffy, always looks younger than she is. Herpldde makes the hair beautiful with that sheen and shimmer which Is bo attractive and always Indicates a healthy, natural growth. It keeps the scalp free from dandruff and the hair from falling out. There are remedies said to be "just as rood." but Herpicide is the genuine original dandruff germ destroyer. v One dollar size bottles are guaranteed , R.OOFIING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. lv rr Miss Laura Bryant and Miss Martha Conover, of this place, attended the wedding of Miss Ida Bryant's, of Sano, last Sunday. Otha Sullivan, Crit Otha Brockman, Nathan and Garfield Rooks were iting James Bryant, last Pellyton. Bryant, Bryant all visSunday r Paull Drug Co., Columbia Ky. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- CO- - G. P. SMYTHE for 6 March started in with very cold weather. We hope that the old saying if March comes in like ness. season. a lion it will go out like a lamb Fin Holt has gone into the will prove true. The most of the hogs in this section have been engaged for goods business at Esto. He will Farmers have been very busy April delivery at 7 cents per lb. rebuild this spring. turning corn ground. Lucian Jones cut his foot They are mast fed hogs. Mrs. Pearl Hardin and childawfully bad 10 days ago, and he Mr. W. W. Yates who is spendren, Jack and Velmer, of winter with his nephew, don't get much better. ing the are visiting Mrs. Har Bill Cook has gone to Columbia W. C. Yates, at Portland, was in din's father, Rev. W. H. Lemon, who have our midst last Saturday looking to wait on his children at this place. Eaar Mather Street, Between First and Brook FIRE INSURANCE and REAL Louisville, Ky. The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. ESTATE Courier-Journal Camp-bellsvill- e, n. 5 H. JOfiES The "Distinctive" Store For Floorfend Wall Coverings Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHOE NO. 7. N. hale and hearty. No new cases of mumps in our town at present. We think if the good Lord is willing we have had our share of them for the past three months. The remains of Miss Squires of the community of Edmonton, were enterred at Union cemetery last Friday. She was a sister of Mrs. Downey Hughes, and well known in this community. Mesdames Moss and Yates who have been in the millinery business in the community of Nell, for the past two years will open their goods for display the 22nd. Herschel Baker, of Columbia, was here one day last week and bought, a nice lot of hickory timber from D. C. Wheeler. Charlie Herrifoid, lumbia, in company of Co- got the measles. The 4th of March as usual, old uncle Johnathan Blakey and wife had their birthday dinner, the old man was 67 years old The neighbors set a good dinner and got uncle Jonathan a good lot of wood, which was much needed The old folks are very feeble and won't have many more birthday dinners. It is just another boy at Henry Aaron's. Mother and baby are doing well. One day last week 46 of Tigar Joe Powell, Leonard Prock, Owen Barnett and Bennie Powell left for Illinois a few days ago. Rev. C. C. Baker, of Dunn-villis visiting friends and rela tives in this neighborhood at e, years experience. Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum Wallpaper and Draperies W. Tanner Ottley When in Louisville come in and see our splendid Rttorney-Rt-Ua- ui present. Born, to the wife of G. N. Roberts, a fine boy. Rev. W. H. Lemon attended the funeral of his cousin, John Lemon, m Lemon's Bend last week. Mr. J. H. Sanders is very sick Will practice in all the Cot-.rt- s Assortments and how well we can serve you witi reliable qualities at moderate prices centrally located Columbia, Ky. Hubbuch Bros., DENTAL OFI1CE & Wellendorff Incorporated with a I will drill wells in Adair and lumber man that your reporter adjoining counties. See me besick. failed to get his name, bought a Latest Mr. H. A. Wethingtcn was fore contracting. large amount of timber last week machinery of all kinds. here last week and bought a nice from J. A. Diddle & Co. - v. bunch of hogs at 6c. Pump Repairing Done. Give We feel safe in saying that . of Dunnvnle, me a Call. Mont Dairu-on- , Huston Bradshaw has three of was here Saturday buying hogs the finest cattle that was ever in C. YATES at 6c There has been, more this section. They are thorough hogs sold in this section this bred angus aberdeen, one male winter than for several years. and two female, for which he here to Bliss and will work with W. P. Walling, of Campbells-vill- Creed Stotts this year. paid $250. Mr. Bradshaw should Gentrv's Mill. has bought a nice boundary be complimented in making the J. W. McClister has begun for our farmers to improve The farmers are beginning to of timber from Mrs. Mary E. work on his new store building start Lemon. .Joe Blair has the con- - at this place. The creek gets up their stock of cattle. commence their spring work Col. J. N. Coffey, of Columbia, now. There have been several tract for cutting, logging and sometimes into the old building spent a day or so in this commu acres of oat ground turned in the hauling the lumber to Campbells-vill- and John says that he cannot Jasper Doss will saw the oieep wen wucu u 10 nity last week, purveying. We last week, and some few have j laming. talking with sown oats and the March breeze lumber. had the pleasure of Melvin Petty has bought the W, S. Sinclair sold a good three store at Picnic from H. A. Moss him on the road subject, and we is going to be bad on them. year old horse to D. S. Ellis for & Co.. and Mr. Moss and R. E. take it that his ideas on that Messrs. Joe Wilson and George subject are exactly right, and Carter had wells drilled last($90 Strange are there this week inwe believe if the Fiscal court wpV , and it will nrlrlmnnh value' Mr. Jacob Chel, Of Casey voicing the goods. will stand by the Colonei, that in to their farms. Creek, was here a few days ago Gladys Fay, the little daught candidacy er ot Mr. and than two years old less time of his Mrs.. R- - L Charles Bryant sold one calf in the interest Adair will- have as good dirt to W. G. Rooks for Assessor. bell was very sick, for for $12 roads as any section of the State. Mrs. Robert Parsons returned days of last week. Mr. Nathan Bryant sold out We had the pleasure a few a few days ago from visiting rel Landy Stotts has been employlast week to go to Illinois. Virginia and North)? ed to carry the ma"il on this route days ago of,visiting the firm of atives in Jti. T. Blair sold one cow for Rodgers & Co., tobacco dealers Carolina. everyother week, from now until $35. in the Keltner community. This next November. It is a girl at T. A. Alley's, Dirho firm have bought and shipped Prof. Bryce Walker, Glens fork, something like 175 hogheads, and a girl at Mike Deans. Finis Stotts, Amandaville, was has beenemployed to teach the There was a candy breaking and they informed us that they school at this.placelnext seaaon. Sunday. ' s&t. had been doing well with their at Mr. Joe Bryant's the other here last ,i5: , M, . 3&5SCT: ' purchase until recently the mar- night, and all present seemed to The woods in this section are Diseases v &. P ( full of Jiogs and cattle buyers. enjoyjt. ket was off a little. pearly .every , sKin , disesdtylfej The many readers of the News The, boys are . beginning to Several head of cattle and quite quickly and permanentlytaBupkle'tfs hogs have changed Arnica Saive, and nothing js better in this part of the country were leaveior the West now, Spring is a number of "burns or bruises." Soothes and hands within the last few days. for glad to read the communication opening up. heals. John Deye. of Gladwin, Mich, says, after suffering twelve years .wltfi Glen, the little son of Mr. and Mr. Elmer Deaner of JRussell from our old friend and neighskin ailment add spending $400 in docbor, Vands Leftwich, of Tioga, Springs, and Miss Ida Bryant, of Mrs. J. M. Campbell is very sick tors' bills, Buchlen's Arnica Salve cured-him- . It will help you. Only Texas. We are certainly glad Sano, were quietly married at at this writing. iir. mtwaftxfvnrr 25o. Kecommended by Paull Drug, Ace Poison ahai JUUV,U..1WU4 . to know of our Adair boys com the bride's home last Sunday. im-yroved Montgomery' friends and neighbors come in on bim with weli filled baskets, the secret was that it was Tigar's birthday and he had a fat goose cooked up and sop and dumplings spread all over it. After all had eat their fill the crowd retired to the parlor room after which the writer read the 13 chapter of first Corinthans and prayed with the people, and we all went away feeling that we had not spent the day in vain. My old friend, John Hanes, His does not get any better. case is critical. Kobert Hadley s tamiiy is on Sulphur visiting this week. Or. James Triplett 13ESSTTIST TO POST OFFICE OriTICE PHONE 03 522 and 524 West Market St. at this writing. Estil Henson, who has been attending the L. W. T. S., is, at his grandfather's, Mr. J. M. 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