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Russell County Loses a Good The Bond Question Not an Issue. Editor News: lines before all the candidates get in their announcements. I fear there will be no room then. Sure there are a lot of candidates but what do they stand for? Are they in favor of issuing bonds to make our county roads and to consolidate our school districts I will write youj good paper a few The intelligence of the death of Mrs. Hattie G. Coles, wife of Mr. J. S. Coles, reached this place last Tuesday night, her death having occurred at her late home, Grayville, 111., Sunday, the 16th inst. Her relatives and friends here were not apprised of her illness and her death was a shock and a surprise to them. She was a native of Columbia and was a daughter of Joseph B. and Margaret Murreil, and was a niece of Mr. J. E. Murreil, this city. She was reared in this place, and when a young girl she confessed favor of issuing bonds or consolidating our school districts against the will and wishes of a majority of the voters of our county, and patrons of our schools. If my vote is my own, have I not the right to do as I please with it? Others can do as they please, but trus. I will not vote for a tee unless I know absolutely how he stands on these questions. Voters of Adair county, Kentucky, what do you say? Now is the time to speak. Let us hear from you. Are j'ou willing for .the majority to rule. sub-district against the will of the people? I want to say to you, Mr. Candidate, that I will not vote for any man in R. B. Reeves. Notice to Trustees. An effort is being made by State Supt. Hamlett to get an exact census of the pupil children in every county. In addition to the usual census blanks a census pad must be filled by every parent and this pad filed in my office. If the exact age of child is not known the parent must decide at the best of his or her knowledge the date uf birth A census of all illiterate children between the ages of ten and twenty must also be made. Trustees read carefully the instructions given on census blanks and be governed accordingly. I will not accept these unless they are correct. Pearl Hindman, Supt. Jre-por- ts her faith in Christ, united with the Baptist Church and lived a godly woman until the final dissolution. About the time she was grown her family of brothers and sisters removed to Campbellsville and later they took up their residence in Middlesboro. At the latter place she met and became acquainted with Mr. J. S. Coles, of Grayville, 111., and they were subsequently married, going to the husband's home. Last June Mr. and Mrs. Coles and their two children, Murreil and Jessie visited Mrs. Coles relatives in this place, and the indications pointed to a very happy family. About six weeks ago Mrs. Coles became the mother of the third child, a daughter, and perhaps the result of this birth brought on the death of the mother. years Mrs. Coles was thirty-seve- n old, and besides her husband, she leaves three children, three brothers and three sisters. May God comfort them in this time of great sorrow. The funeral services were held at Grayville last Tuesday afternoon and were attended by a large number of sympathizing relatives and friends. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. outside. This done it was easy to reach the door leading from the store room to the cellar, which was knocked open and the main room entered The money drawer was wrenched from its place and the cash and checks taken. Mr. Press Miller is not at home and there is no way of telling how much the thieves got. Whoever it is has been making efforts to enter stores for several weeks. An effort will be made to run down the perpetrators. have several sample Shoes and Slippers that I can save you money on. Frank Sinclair. 1 Press Miller's Store Broken Into, Editor News: Mr. John W. Haynes, who lived in appears that the recent discuss- Russell county, just over the Adair It Money and Goods Taken, No ion of the rgad question through the line, and near Montpelier, died last Clue. columns of your paper has aroused Thursday night after a long illness. quite an interest on that subject in Russell county has no better citizen this county and I have been asked by than was the deceased, and he will Some time during Monday night or fifty or more persons within the last be greatly missed. He was a high early Tuesday morning, Press Miller's few days to express my views of that toned Christian gentleman, a devoted grocery store on the north side of the subject. So if you will be so kind as husband and an affectionate farther. square was entered by a thief or thieves to allow me space I will say a few He was affiictad for more than a year, and money and goods stolen. It is not words. and for the past three or four months known how much cash was in the I will sayin the beginning that I am friends had to sit up with him. money drawer. Monday's sales had strictly opposed to bonding the county The uot been taken out and there were for any purpose whatever. Because in ed last funeral services were conductSunday, Elds. F. J. Barger and cona lot of checks and a pocket-boothe first place there is no necessity for Z. T. Williams officiating. There taining cash belonging to Mr. A. A. it at present; and secondly because were many sympathizing friends pres Miller. that is one of the most costly ways in ent. The deceased was about 70 years Entrance to the store was perfect- which money could be raised. For as old. ed by prizing open the grate on the has been well said by other writers, k Dirigo, Ky.. March 15th, Editor News. 1913.. Sunday Services. Mr. Charles F. Evans, who is working in the interest of the Christian Endeavor Society, was in Columbia last Sunday and delivered two interesting addresses. The services were Russell & Co's. Opening. We venture the assertion that no store looked handsomer on the eve of Easter than that of Russell & Co., this place. The show windows were especially attractive, and on the interior, a glance was sufficient to convince visitors that artists had been at work. There were more fine dress'patterns, shoes, in fact every thing worn by ladies and gentlemen on exhibition than ever before at any one store have at this season of the year. Thursday and Friday were the opening days, no effort being made to sell goods, an invitation to the people to come and see what was in stock. During the two days the store was swarmed with sightseers, the result of their visits to come later. Notice. In the matter of W. L. Gadberry, Bankrupt. To the creditors of W. L. Gadberry, of Sparksville, in the county of Adair, and district aforesaid, a bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 23th day of March, A. D., 1913, at 10 o'clock, a. m., there will be a meeting of the creditors of the above-name- d bankrupt at Lebanon, Ky., in the office of Ben Spalding in said district, to examine and pass upon the final report and account of the trustee herein, which was filed in the office of the undersigned at Lebanon, Ky., in said district, on the 28th day of March 1913, and shows SO on hand for distribution, and to transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Dated March 17 1913. Ben Spalding, Referee in Bankruptcy. There will be plent of elbow room at the annual meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association which will be held in the City of Louisville on April 30, May 1, 2 and 3. It is expected that at least 5,000 teachers will be present. The Association has been growing in popularity, more teachers have been attending, and greater interest has been manifested each year for the past eight years, until it lias become a difficult matter to entertain the Association in the smaller towns of the State. Many teachers have remained away because suitable accommodations could not always be secured. By going to Louisville all n teachers who desire to attend cau suitable accommodations. ob-tri- -- durable that is manufactured. She has sold them by the score and every lady who has worn one speaks of the Spirella in the highest terms. Mrs. Eubank will call at your homes or you canseeherat her residence. Wait and let her explain the advantages of this popular corset. The Fiscal Court of Adair county will convene next Tuesday. , i9-3- t. Mrs. L. L. Eubank is the agent for the Spirella made to measure Corset, the most comfortable and the most held at the Baptist church and a large number of young people were out to hear him. His talks were highly apADAIR CIRCUIT COURT preciated, and the local society was OF KENTUCKY. greatly stimulated. James Garnett &c, Plffs. The Epworth League gave an open vs C. R. Payne &c, Dfts session in the Methodist church chapand el, many being present. P;of. Ivan f R. Young, Plff. McDougle delivered a fine talk and i vs the music was delightful. C. R. Payne &c, Df t. J Sunday forenoon a large congregaBy virtue of a Judgment and Order tion heard Rev. J. N. Crawford at the of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January term thereof, Presbyterian church. The sermon this place. 1913, in the above causes for the sum of was of special interest. 8488.01 and $91.15 and the further sum School Superintendents. Notice. o f 3698.93 and 346.20 costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale door in Columbia, at the court-hous- e County school superintendents must All persons indebted to me are reKy., to the highest bidder, at public make annual settlements with the as soon as auction, on Monday, the 7th day of quested to come and settle fiscal courts in this state in the fumy health April, 1913, at one o'clock p. m., or possible. The condition of ture. Complying with'the request of my business. thereabout (being county court) upon a requires that I close up Superintendent of Public Instruction Resp'c't. credit of six months, the following deHamlett, Attorney General Garnett t. Jas. T. Page. scribed property, A certain 40 gave an opinion that it is the duty of foot strip of land extending from the densome for that officer the County the fiscal court to set a date to settle Birthday Dinner. turnpike in Columbia, Ky., to the Attorney could assist him. And while with the county superintendents just Stanford road will first be sold, and it is a fact that neither of these officers as the sheriffs. Hamlett set apart proceeds applied to the payment ot said Mr. W. A. Hindman, father of Miss receive a large salary, I am sure that May 18 to be observedKin the public Garnett's debt. And then I will sell Pearl nindman, celebrated his seven- they would willingly perform these ad- schools of this state as Peace day. It 9 acres of land situated in the tieth birthday last Sunday. A mag- ditional duties without extra pay. is to commemorate the opening Of town of Columbia, and adjoins said 40 nificent dinner was spread and his Then select a good public spirited citi- The Hague peace conference in 1399 foot strip on the North side, both being children invited and a delightful day zen in each community to act as oversame lands conveyed to C. R. Payne by was spent. Mr. Hindman is one of seer to direct the work of the hands Millinery Openings. Mary M. Garnett &c, by deed dates Adair best citizens, and though car- on his particular section o f road, September the 11th, 1906, for the pay- rying the weight of three score and furnish him with plenty of good tools; We failed to visit either Mrs. Atment of the remainder of said Garnett's ten, he is hale and hearty and his expend the eighteen hundred or more and said Youngs debt, but there is re- many friends trust that he may live dollars that is now being paid to the kins ocMrs. Staples' millinery parlors served from the sale the portions of to celebrate many more birth days, Road Engineer and his deputies each during the opening days, last Thurs-da- s said tract conveyed to John Sandusky, ne is fond of his children and his year in filling up mud-hole- s and Friday, but we have heard and putSolomon McKinley, S. P. Overstreet, children are devoted to him, and ting on gravel or stone and I am sure many expressions from ladies who S. D. Barbee, J. S. Bleeding, J. II. though companionless, he is as happy that the gentleman who would not visited both establishmedts. and they Pelley, Charlie Sandusky, Mrs. Pricilla as a man could be under the circum- undertake to haul the twelve hundred were loud in their praise of the Dohoney, John Parsons, Sam Barbee, stances, nis children do not call him pounds to Fairplay the other day will hats on exhibition. and Charles Herriford, Reference is "the old man," but reverently address Isoon be asking for three thousand These two ladies are enjoying a made to the Judgment and order of sale him as a loving father. pounds for a load. But we may em- fine trade and they deserve the pa for boundaries of all tracts and porploy a dozen Engineers at $600 or more tronage of the home people. They tions of same heirs mentioned. Or I have a fine brand of fertilizer, as per year and furnish them one thou employ artistic trimmers and there is sufficient thereof to produce the sums good as is made. Will sell cheap. sand assistants to ride around at SI per no good reason to leave home to purof money so ordered to be made. For Give-ni- e a call day, but we will never have good roads chase a hat. S. McKinley. the purchase price, the purchaser, with until somebody goes to work to make 21-approved surety or securities, must exNews reached here that Mr. Wm. them. Expert advice and good Engi n ecute bond bearing legal interest from in Columbia, sn neering may assist but It is going to Irvine, Maj J. W. Ottley has one of the take muscle and will to make roads. uncle of Mr. Jas. T. Page, is very sick day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment Bid- nicest meat stands ever established in So let us expend some of the money at the home of his son, Dr. W. T. Irders will be prepared to comply prompt- this town. He has put in a large re- that we are now paying for advice vine, Jonesville, Ind. Mr- - Irvine is years old and has been a ly with these terms frigerator and has cut off a room and for work and I am sure that even eighty-si- x W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. had it screened for the purpose of those who now favor bonds will be very active man all his life, ne was keeping nice cuts on display. It is his more optimistic. born and reared near Camp Knox, his friends are Special Term Casey Circuit Court. intention to furnish fresh meats the in many sections of the Green count', where year round. Mr. Clint Smith is his I have been numerous- - He writes that in all county lately and have talked with probability he will never again be at We are informed that an order was butcher. many men but have not found a single his old home. entered at the March term of Casey man outside of Columbia who favors Circuit Court, calling a special term I will pay S7.00 for 135 pound hogs bonds. I have talked with practically Presiding Elder W. F. Hogard, left of said court to convene on May 13th and up until the I5th of April. No every candidate for a county ollice and roughs nor skips. morning for Barren and Monfor the trial of ordinary. civil actions. believe that before the Primary they Friday L. W. Bennett. roe counties where he will hold two A Jury will be summoned and impanwill be as a unit, opposed to bonds. qnarterly meetings, the last of his seceled, the term will probably last three Mr. Geerge E. Wilson has sold a half Thus I am not by myself when I opor four days. Judge J, C Carter will interest in his store to Mr. W. n. Gill. pose the issuing of bonds. And I trust ond round. He will return home in one week and will begin his preside. The inventory has been taken and the that all good citizens will stand by me about third round. The present Conferthe creation of a debt that Prof. T. J. Coates, Rural School business is now being conducted under year is now half out, and by the Mr. Gill is a fine citi- would be sure to cause our property ence Supervisor of the State, was in Colum- the firm name. end of the year Rev. Hogard thinks bia last Saturday and met the County zen and his friends will be glad to trade to decrease in value; a debt that this he will have a most gratifying report pay, and that School Superintendent and other with him. Mr. Wilson is known to all generation could never a burden to our children ana to make to Conference at its next members of the county Board of Edu- his customers as a courteous business would be session. the future generations. cation. He discussed the rural school man. very truly, Yours problems and the Board considers he Mr. Walker Bryant bought, a few The Fiscal Court, in next month, 11. L. Campbell. gave it some valuable information. days ago, from James P. Conover, a will convene before the County Court. The former will meet on Tuesday, 1 thank my friends, one and all, for j farm containing 131 acres for 33,000. Mr. L. A. Taylor and Mr. E. G. Monday, the of good timber is on it. a of Campbellsville, contractors, April 1st, and the latter. their many expressions of kindness and Quite lot appreciation o t ability t o return. were here last Monday, figuring with 7th... Spring hats and spring dresses were Mr. Walker Bryant for a brick Electric light lamps. "There is no place like home." Fob Salb: very much in evidence last Sunday.' J. T. Page. Geo. E. Wilson. ") I 2l-2- to-wi- t: county bonds rarely ever sell at par and then some broker must be paid for selling diem. Thus the people are called upon to pay a higher rate of interest on the money thus obtained from the sale of bonds than could be collected from them should they borrow money on their individual security. And as a bond is simply a mortgage in disguise when the county issues bonds every man's property is bound for the debt. And in the few years that I have been practicing law and thus obtaining an insight of the workings of the various methods of business my observation has been that mortgaged property never sells for its full value, and in many instances I have known property to decrease as much as 50 per cent, on account of being encumbered. And by the way it-inot necessary to go to Taylor and Green counties to get examples of the effect of encumbering property. But just go the records of the Adair Circuit Court and you will find all of the evidence you need. And if a private mortgage will rob even widows and orphans of a home, is it possible to paint a public mortgage as black as it really is? For a public mortgage under the disguise of bond is ten fold more dangerous than a private mortgage. So never, never bond the county for any purpose. I do not believe there is a man in the- county who believes in good roads stronger than I do, but I believe we can get them without creating a debt that must eventually bankrupt the county. I further believe that if the money that is today being collected from the people was judiciously expended on the roads in less than ten years we would have excellent roads. I believe that the County Judge could well afford to assume the duties of Road Supervisor without any material increase in salary. And should those additional duties prove to be too burs Friday Morning's Storm. A heavy storni passed over this place last Friday morning, beginning about 1 o'clock and lasting until 3:30. It did no serious damage. Outbuildings, swings and fencinglwere scattered, and a number of trees were topped Mr. John Lee Walker, who lives on Bomar Heights, lost the greater part of the main flue of his residence. The brick were scattered all over his porch and yard. Quite a number of families became frightened, left their homes and went to the residences of neighbors. Known to Many Columbians. The intelligence of the death of Miss Sue Hunn was received by the Hunn family, this city, last Saturday afternoon, the end having come at Junction City a few minutes before the message was sent. During the flourishing days of the Columbia Christian College Miss Hunn was a pupil f romJLincoln county in the institution and during her stay in school here she became acquainted with the entire town and was exceedingly popular with the poung people, being the life of social functions. Her surviving friends in Qolumbia and all her school mates will regret to hear of her death. She is a sister of Mrs. A. Hunn, - Having received so many iuquiries from different portions of the county relative to the provisions of the law in regard to bonds for road purposes, I deem it my duty to make a statement through the columns of the News, hoping thereby to clearify the muddle which we seem to have gotten into. A great deal has been written and more has been said, upon the subject, but no one thus far, so far as I have observed, has undertaken to inform the people just what steps are necessary to be taken in order to bring about a bond issue. I think when the people thoroughly understand what legal steps must be had in order to make an issue before the people that they will cease to have any fears that there will be any bond issue. The last legislature enacted a new road law which, among other things, provides that one hundred and fifty legal voters of the county, who are land owners, may petition the county court to call an election for the purpose of taking the sense of the voters of the county on the question of favor the issual whether they of bonds for the purpose of building roads. Should a petition of this kind be filed in the county court it would be the duty of the court to enter an order calling an election, and causing a poll to be opened in each voting precinct in the county, at which election all the voters of the county would have an opportunity to vote on the question. This election would have to be called and held at a time when no other question would be submitted, and would have to be held not less than sixty days after entering the order calling the election. Due notice would have to be given of said election by publication in a newspaper, and by posters posted up at four places in each voting precinct. At said election, and before the proposition could be declared carried, two-thirof all the votes cast ab said election wouldlhave to be cast in favor of said bonds. None of these steps have been taken and none are likely to be taken, because the first step is the petition, and judging from expressions which I have heard, the necessary number of voters who favored the proposition, could not be found in this county to sign a petition. The people in this county seem to be unanimous in their opposition to bonds, and they ought to be, because a careful study of the question will convince any one who is familiar with the conditions in this county that a bond issue would be a very unwise step. Adair county is a large county in area, and has within its borders six hundred miles and more of public ds road. The taxable list of Adair couuty only S2,S09,0;0. 1-- many-handsom- e 3t well-know- The maximum limit of bonds, under the constitution, that Adair county could issue would be the sum of $140,000. This amount would not build seventy-fiv- e miles of good road. Should bonds be issued a tax levy of twenty cents on each one hundred dollars of taxable property would have to be levied, as is provided by law, to pay the interest on these bonds, a greater levy than this is not provided for by law. The interest on this amount of bonds at six per cent., per annum, would be $3,100,00. The assessable list of the county, would raise 85,600 per year. This would lack $2,800 of raising enough each year to pay the interest, and the debt would become larger each year instead of smaller. No funds would then be available to keep these roads in repair after they had been built by bond issue, and the other five hundred miles of road could have no funds appropriated to them at all. built by bond issue with no funds to keep them in repair, it would only be a short while until these roads would be in as bad condition as the rest of the roads, and we would have on our hands bonds but no roads. Our only remedy on the road question is to get a road law enacted that is suitable to conditions in this country, and this has to be obtained body of the through the State, the General assembly, no other authority can furnish a solution of the question; we must look to the legislature of the State. Let us get over our scare about bonds; the county Judge cannot issue bonds; the Fiscal court cannot issue bonds unless the people vote them; no other officer can issue them; there are not enough people in. Adair ,county for law-maki- I might further suggest that roads ' Cop-pag- e, them to even make it a question. Yours Respectfully, Good 2Q-- 2t Gordon Montgomery. baled hay for Sa'e. Co.x Br03.' - !! B. -' 9S , ' T- THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Lone OaK, Texas. McGana. Obituary. Farmers are very busy preparing for a large corn crop at Editor News: The smallpox scare is almost the present time. There are agreat many stock over. There has been several cases in Lone Oak in which only buyers through here every day or so. three proved fatal. The Kentucky Spoke & Billet Lone Oak has 4 churches but doing a good the majority of the people be- Co., of this place, is long to the "Big Church." There business. They have on hands spokes was a fire in our city last night. at present about 300,000 The loss is estimated at about and billets already turned. Our new merchant, Mr. Clem $1,500. Burton, who bought out Mr. Farmers are planting corn and Frank Burton, was in Louisville about ready to plant cotton. last week buying goods. We are having some fine weathIt was a boy at Mr. Oliver er at present. on March 14. The new Masonic Hall at this Frank Burton bought a five-yeplace iff nearing completion. old Red Bird mare from R. There are a few Kentuckians T. Pike last week tor $225. here Charlie Herriford, of ColumWe have a new train on our bia, was in this section buying railroad making six passenger timber for Spotswood & Son last Mc-Gaha's ar week. trains daily. I must tell you all about the Rice Bros., of Russell Springs large cabbage that is on display at Greenville, Texas It grew on the coast this winter while you all were shoveling snow. It weighs 32 lbs., the largest I ever saw. I wish the Creelsboro correspondent would come on with some more news from that part. I would like to hear from my Also the friends down there. Crocus correspondent. Well I guess I have written enough this time. Will close with best wishes for a bright and prosperous year to all. Robert A vision G. have moved their saw mill to Frank Burton's farm and are cutting lnmber. There was a holiness meeting at Oak Grove church Sunday conducted by a colored woman, of Dayton, Ohio. A Ingersoll's Vision. ADAIR CIRCUIT ' COURT OF KENTUCKY. James Garnett &c, Plffs. 1 vs C. R. Payne &c, Dfts. and R. Young, Plff. i vs J C. R. Payne &c, Dft. Vs J N. B. Kelsey &c , Defts. By virtue of a Judgment and Order By virture of a judgment and order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renof sale of Adair circuit court, rendered dered at the January term thereof. at the January term, thereof. 1913, in 1913, in the above causes for the sum of the above cause, for tbe sum of one four hundred and eighty-eigand one hundred and forty dollars with interest dollars, and 91 and fiffrom the 115th day of Sept. 1910 and teen one hundredths dollars, and the $36.80 costs and two hundreds dollars further sum of 698 and ninety-thre- e with the interest at the rate of six per one hundredths dollars and 46 and cent, per annum from the 1st day of twenty one hundredths dollars costs May 1908. until paid, and 23 and thirty herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale one hundredths dollars costs herein, at the court-housdoor in Columbia, I shall proceed to offer fyc sale at Ky., to the highest bidder, at public door in Columbia Ky , auction, on Monday, the 7th day of the Court-hous- e to the highest bidder, at public auction, April, 1913, at one o'clock p. m., or on Monday the 7th day of April 1913, thereabout (being county court) upon a at one o'clock p. m , or thereabout (be- credit of six months the following deing County court) upon a credit of six scribed property, A certain 40 months the following described proper- foot strip of land- - extending from the ty, it four tracts of land lying in turnpike in Columbia, Ky., to the Adair county Ky., on the waters of Stanford road will first be sold, and Glensfork creek one tract containing proceeds applied to the payment ot said 44 acres will be sold to satisfy the Garnett's debt. And then I will sell debt of the First National Bank of one 9 M0 acres of land situated in the hundred and forty dollars with interest town of Columbia, and adjoins said 40 fiom Sept. 13th 1910 at six percent per ' foot strip on the North side, both being annum until paid and $36.80 costs to same'lands conveyed to C. R. 'Payne by satisfy the debt of N B. Miller of Mary M. Garnett &c, by deed dates $200 with interest from the 1st day of September the 11th, 1906, for the payMay 1908 and $23.30 costs, three tracts ment of the remainder of said Garnett's will be sold, the first tract contains 119 and said Youngs debt, but there is reacres, the second tract contains 51 J served from the sale the portions of third tract contains 20 said tract conveyed to John Sandusky. i acres, and the acres all fully described by meet3 and Solomon McKinley, S. ' P Overstreet, bounds in the judgment and order of S. D. Barbee, J. S. Bleeding, J. II. sale which is recorded in the office of Pclley, Charlie Sandusky, Mrs. Pricilla the Clerk of the Adair circuit court in Dohoney, John Parsons, Sam Barbee. Order Book No 13 page 299, to which and Charles Herriford, Reference is reference is made, the defendant may made to the Judgment and order of sale designate the order in which said lands for boundaries of all tracts and porare ofiered if he so desires. Or suf- tions of same heirs mentioned. Or ficient thereof to produce the sum of sufficient thereof to produce the sums Are you Constipated? money so ordered to be made. For the of money so ordered to be made. For ' so, get a box- of Dr. Kings New purchase price,' the purchaser with ap- the purchase price, the purchaser, with If Life Pills, take them regularly and proved surety or securities, must ex- approved surety or securities, must exyour trouble will quickly disappear. ecute Bond, bearing legal interest from ecute bond bearing legal interest from They will stimulate the liver, im- day of sale until paid, and having the day of sale until paid, and having the prove your digestion and get rid of all force and effect of a judgment. Bid- force and effect of a judgment. Bidthe poisons from your system. They ders willbe prepared to comply prompt- ders will be prepared to comply promptwill surely get you well again. 25c ly with theae terms. ly with these terms. W. A Coffey Master Commissioner. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. at Paull Drug Co. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY First National BankColumbia Plff. 1 Vs N. B. Kelsey &c Defts. ) and N. B. Miller on cross petitionPlff. i I I I I ht of the future rises: I see our country filled with happy homes, with firesides of content the foremost land of all the earth. I see a world where thrones have crumbled and where kings are dust. The aristocracy of idleness has perished from the earth. I see a world without a slave. Man at last is free. Nature's forces have by science been enLightning and light, slaved. wind and wave, frost and fame, and all the secret, subtle powers of the air the tireless toilers for the human race. I see a world at peace, adorned with every form of art, with music's myriad voices thrilled, while lips are rich, the words of love and truth a world in which no exile sighs, prisoner mourns, a world on which the gibbet's shadow does not fall; a world where labor reaps its full reward; where work and worth go hand in hand, where the poor girl trying to win bread, where the needle the needle that has been called "the asp for the breast of the poor" is not driven to the desperate choice of crime o r death of suicide or shame. I see a world without the beggar's outstretched palm, the miser's heartless, stony stare; the piteous wail of want, the livid lips of lies, the cruel eyes of scorn. I see a race without disease of flesh or brain shapely and fair, the married harmony of form and function and, as I look, life lengthens, joy deepens, love canopies the earth, and over. all. in the great dome, shines the eternal star of human hope. - very sad and unexpected death occurred at Oak Grove church Saturday evening at the home of William Perryman. His wife being the victim. She was as well as ugual and had been to McGaha that day. She had pre parred supper, ate heartily and was sitting by the fire when she dropped dead from her chair. She was about 67 years old a good neighbor and kind to the sick. She was loved by every body She leaves a who knew her. husband who is 81 years old, two "They have entered life eterdaughters in this state and one nal, in Missouri, and three sons in We snail see them here no more, the west besides a host of rela One by one we'll join their number, tives and friends in this section. When nur pilgrimage is o'er." The writer will say as all her His niece, neighbors will that the comma Cattie H. Bell. nity has lost a good Christian woman. COMMISSIONERS COMMISSIONER'S SALE. The following lines in memory of "Uncle" Joe Bell are written for the comfort of his dearly be loved yet heartbroken children, also his many relatives and The subject of this friends. sketch was born July 4th, 1830, died March 10th, 1913. He was married to Miss Hibernia Walker who died in the year 1888. To this union were born five children all of whom are living except an infant that preceded them to the grave some 30 years ago. Great was the surprise and great was the sorrow when the death angel came pnd bore the message that God had sent that his work was finished here, come up higher and he calmly went to sleep, yea asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep, from which none ever wake. He had been in declining health for almost a year but had regained some strength and his sudden death was a severe shock to the family and community as he was ill only a few hours. It seemed to say in peals of thunder that "The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away," at his own time and by his own means, and we can only say blessed be the name of the Lord. The bereaved children have the tender sympathy of the entire community in this the saddest of afflictions. May the family circle that has so long on earth been broken be reunited in the sweet by and by where parting will be no more. To the children who have had the care of him we "Judge not the would say: by feeble sense.' But trust Lord Him for His grace, behind a frowning providence He hides a smiling face." "They are going, slowly going, One by one they disappear, Kindred friends and little children, To our loving hearts so dear. JUDAS NO. 76,284. The above picture is a natural photograph of JUDAS the famous STALLION. He will make the season of 1913, at my barn one mile east of Columbia, Ky., on the Sommerset road, for the sum of $10.00 to insure a living colt. PER-CHERON DESCRIPTION: Judas is a 5 year old Percheron, a steel gray, weighs 1700 pounds and is 16h hands high. He is a perfect model and a world beater. Remember that every farming country in the world wants the Percheron horse. The leading mule producing States are raising the mules from the Percheron mares. See this horse before you breed. I will gladly show you his certificate of registration and Pedigree. Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or removed from neigh- borhood. AH care .taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. W. G. McKINLEY DEHSTT-AJ- OFI'ICE Dr. James Triplett NFXT TO POST OFFICE Buggies Surreys Runabouts. Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. Oe- - Columbia, Ky. RU PHONE HO. OI'l'ICE raoxi; SALE. WELL DRILLER Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A. Car Load Of I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me before contracting. Latest machinery of all kinds. im-yrov- ed Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Give Buies Everrv Saturday. C. YATES Saturday June 22nd. Main ii. H. JoriES Veteiinapy Surgeon and Oenti&t years experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHOE NO. 7. N. 5 e Greensburg was Blocked for two hours with Buggies sold bv Wood Lewis, Street to-wi- t: During the day Town Marshall called to-w- on to clear the street. W. Tanner Ottley Rttopney-Rt-Uatu ! y WW practice , in all tlae Ky. What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales. Quality, Courts Columbia, Residence Phone 13 B I Styles and Easy Riding. J Business Phone 13 A DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST. rooms in REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggj man, the Mower and Binder man, the Gasoline Engine man, the Farm Office, Front JeflriesBTd'g up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky Implement man. ' A woman likes a piece of furniture a little better if it can readily be moved from place to WOODSON GREENSBURG, KY. LEWIS place. "J THE News Notes. A DATR COUNTS NEWS Word to the Wise! Sayings True and Otherwise. John J. Ogg, aged 40, and a prominent citizen of Berea, is dead. Mrs. Mary Hunton, aged 90. is dead at Danville. A, F. Darnell, of Scott county, was killed by lightning during a storm of Friday. Mrs. Cleo Brown and George C. Fish are applicants r'or postmaster Mt. Vernon. Theodore Kessler, aged 58, a retired merchant of Versailles, dropped dead of heart disease. Mrs. S. D. Price, mother-in-laof former Congressman W. Pres Kimball, is dead at Lexingw ton. Churches, schools and picture shows at Hustonville have been closed on account of an epidemic of measles. Richard Olney, of Boston, to whom President Wilson offered the post of Ambassador to Great Britain, has declined. Moses Cottrell was acquitted in the Garrard circuit court of inflicting wounds on Wm. H. Ward, from which he died. Squire Hardin Satterly, a prominent Republican politician and a President Wilson has issued a word which, to the wise, ought n to be sufficient, and if the republics have wisdom left in them in quantities sufficient to defend their ears to the shooting of euns, things will go better. The word is uttered in a statement issued by the President, the dominating tone of which is that "just government rests always updn the consent of the governed and that there can be no freedom without order based on law and upon public conscience and approval." Expressing an earnest desire for peace and the continuance of friendly relations with the governments, Presi dent Wilson urges in the maintainance of peace and order between the peoples and the leaders of America, saying tersely that: Latin-America- A reformer wants a law passed compelling newspapers to print all scandals in small type. I'll bet he is an occulist. The man who can drink or let it alone always drinks. A strange woman with a hard-lucstory can get a quarter out of a man when his own wife can't get a dime. There are two kinds of darn nuisances. One always brags about what he used to do and the other blows about what he is going to do. The largest bone in the female anatomy is the wishbone. k no-acco- Breed To The Best. i Latin-America- n on A man wants two pillows on his bed because he can pile one on top of the other and make his head higher. But a girl sleeps on one pillow and hugs the oiher All that is peroxided is not gold member o f Anderson county's Fiscal Court, was given a life sentence for killing Green Bowen. Hollow Horn Bear, big chief of the Sioux Indians on the Rosebud, South Dakota, reservation and probably most famous of all Sioux chieftans, died in Washington City Saturday, where he went early in March to attend the inauguration. The complete list of committee assignment of Senator James are as follows: Patents, Chairman, member of finance, Civil Service, Conservation, District of Columbia, Enrolled Bills, Geological Survey Indian Land Trespassers, Pacific Islands and Porto Rico and claims. The bend of Thomas E. Richardson, the new Sheriff of Taylor county, was filed with the State Auditor Saturday, and approved. Owing to the complications over the collection of a railroad tax, Taylor county has not had a Sheriff for something like 20 year3, but as the tax matter has been settled in the United States Court on compromise judgment, a Sheriff was appointed by the County Judge. Federal Law to Save State Money. Tn enactment into a federal law of the bill providing for the physical examination of all railroad line in the country by the Interstate Commerce Commission will h worth to Kentucky hundred ot thousands of dollars in savings and increased revenue, in t h e opinion o f Chairman Laurance Finn, of the State Railroad Commission, who has been watching the progress of this The State piece of legislation. Railroad Commission adopted a resolution when the assessment of the railroads was made for 1912 providing for the employment of an expert to inspect the books and make a valuation of all the physical property of the roads, but it is believed now that this will be unnecessary, as the federal law provided for valuing the property according to states, showing the value of the railroad lines within the borders of each state. Ml Every married man admires This combined saddle and harness stallion will make the present season another man's wife. But if he of 1913 at my barn one mile north of Montpelier at $10.00 to insure a living colt. got her he would want to swap is possible only Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or sold. Duke has proven himself back ten days after he made the when supported at every turn by to be a wonderful breeder. He has the best of eves and heavv mane and tail. trade. Ex. the orderly process of just govthe latter he always carries to perfection. He is as sure as anybody's horse, law, not upernment based upon STARTING OUT WELL. land as to the quality of his colts they can't be beat in this country. on arbitrary or irregular force." DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE: Duke is 7 years old this spring, dark brown or black, 165 hands high and has fine style and action. He was sired by old Red Bird 1950, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's LexingThroughout the entire state There is a great deal in the ton 3234, he by Grits Black Hawk. Red Bird's 1st dam Liza Griffin, she by Bailey's Dexter, he by Cabell's Lexington. ment there is the profoundest defirst impression, and Mr. Wil- Duke's 1st d .m Maud Bailey 7862, she by Hubble's On Time 745, he by Stonewall Jackson 72, 2nd dam Black Kate, sire for trade relations and their son's beginning of his four years she by Red Squirrel 53 he by Black Squirrel 58. increase; the determination that of power has made an excellent his administration will act upon impression on the country, says the principles he lays down, ex- - fVio Hie rinninnoH ?.nnniVor on the part pecting . address, while expressing with of the people and leaders of the This fine young Jack will make the season of 1913 at the genuine feeling and perfect liter republics to whom it is addressed. same place at $6. for a horse mule and $7. for a mare, to insure a ary form the progressive sentigovernH e declares that this living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or sold. ment so universally prevalent, ment has nothing to seek among HAWK is a coal black, with mealy points, 5 years old this far from indicating a dangerous MP ft neighboring republics of the the disa- spring, has fine head and ears and extra heavy bone. He has proven radical program, distinctly northern and southern contis breeder. vowed it and declared his pur- himself to be a nents, "except the lasting interIn both cases all care will be taken to prevent accidents but pose was not to destroy, but to ests of the two continents," and res tore. This of itself, as indi- - not responsible should any occur. that "mutual respect seems to us eating a settled mental attitude the indispensibie foundation of and fixed purpose on his part, friendships between states as should be sufficient to reassure Montpelier, Ky. well as individuals." the timid and the doubters, of It is the first officid announce- whom there have been many, thai- administration once were She was a daughter of Mrs. White House Dry. ment of the new administration and the indications are that it displayed, now graces a local Duck Botts. Her father pre- with reference to foreign rela- has done so. 'i ceeded her to the graveyard The Wilson administration will oarroom. iticnmona uiimax. tions. It is umely, conservaBesides what is known of him be "'dry." This expression is many years ago. Sallie was a tive, firm and comprehensive in and his character, and what may Besl for Skin Diseases bright little girl. She told her used entirely in the sense that Nearly every skin disease yields its laying down of the funda- be gathered from his addres-- . appeals to the inner man of the quickly and permanent! to Bucklen's friends, a few days before the mental principles of right on the Cabinet he has chosen, taken and not necessarily to Arnica Salve, and nothing is better end came that she was ready to which nations, no less than men, as a whole, is calculated to in- - nation lor burns or bruises Soothes and who look for stereotyped heals. John Deye of Gladwin, Mich., leave this world. She leaves a must deal with each other. It is spire resDect and confidence. those methods of government. It be- sab, after suffering twelve years with mother, four sisters and two a document which brings respect Th have been careful,y seect came known that President skin ailment and spending $400 in doc- brothers. n. r It I1 nwAviAnn CB em r .c auiupca., xiuui ed, and comprise men of force, Wilson and his family, all of tors' bills, Buchlen's Arnica Salve Little Sallie. thou hast left us, cured him. It, will help you. Only governments, trom the people or experience and ability, in the All too soon we saw thee go. 25c. Recommended by Paull Drug them, are averse to the use of Thy departure hath bereft s, a docu- vigor the United States and of manhood, who will do liquor or wine in any form In Co Of the joys we fain uould know. ment which should command like their best to help in giving thei rnvinarinp- limiors will have no Gadberry. respect in the republics to whose country good government and placo in the Wnite House during Dingo. peoples and governments it is admaking the Administration a con- the nexfc four yearSt unless the dressed. Owensboro Messenger. Farmers have commenced their picuous success. Born, to the wife of Mose Presidents views undergo a verv spring work. There were severThe position Mr. Wilson has sharp change. Wooten, on the 9th, inst., a girl. al acres of land plowed last The Cause of Rheumatism taken in regard to appoitments is The Premier in the President's Ace Polston and wife, of Bliss, month. Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de- a wise one. While he may not and Joseph Henson and wife, of cabinet, Secretery of State Bry ranged kidneys are the cause of rheuMr. A. K. Stone sold a bunch always approve the selections) an, as nas oeen Sparksville, matism Get your stomach, liver kid- visited relatives is nevs and bowels in a healthy condi- - made by heads or departments, a prohibition advocate for many of hogs to Mr. J. W. Burbridge here last Saturday and Sunday. at 7c tion by taiung Electric miters, ana tUrning the first selection over years. Op one occasion Mr. you win nob ue trouuieu wiui cue Last Monday evening at 7 The singing at Independence to them exempts him from a bur- Bryan would have made 13. Alpains of rheumatism. Charles a it o'clock, Mrs. Thomas len, a school principal, of Sylvania, den which no President ought to passed church last Sunday, conducted by national issue and it was due to Ga., who suffered indiscribable torture over the river of death. She Prof H. M. Campbell, was decarry when great questions of his efforts from rheumatism, liver and stomach that the prohibition cided a success. trouele and diseased kidneys, writes: policy and of administration are legislation in Nebrbska was put was real old and had been in bad "All remedies failed until I used Elec- continually pressing, as they are J. W. McClister has been on health for a year or more. Mrs. into effect. tric Bitters, but four bottles of this Thomas was a kind old lady and the sick list for a few days. wonderful remedy cured me complete- and must continue to be, It is well known that Speaker will be missed by the people in ly." May be your rheumatic pains Of course, though much will Prof. E. A. Strange, Glens-forClark is a '"teetotaler" and has come from stomach, liver or kidney depend on him, the task ahead is this neighborhocd. She was who is a candidate for the troubles. Electric Bitters will give been for many years. The fact laid to rest in the Stone grave- Democratic nomination Before you prompt relief. oOcand $1. Rec- not all Mr. Wilson's. for that a large portion of the dem- yard. It is hard to give up mothommended by Paull Drug Co. the business of the country can school superintendent, was shakocratic majority in the Senate er, but God knows go forward with entire confibest. We ing hands with the voters at this Lying is one of the best things dence, while it has no reason for and House is from the South, give our deepest sympathy to place last Saturday, and wearwe do If we were all to quit apprehension, it must know that where prohibition is general, her children. ing that smile that will not come lying to morrow and speak noth- the impending tariff legislation makes certain the fact that there Mrs. Fannie Sexton, of Colum- off. ing but the truth it would take will be reasonable and gradual will be little wine and less was- bia, was out to see her sister, Virgie Hurt, Ozark, was here forty eight police courts to han- and that the party in power will sail than has been known in Mrs. Stone, last week. Washington for many years. last Friday and Saturday looking-ove- r dle the arrest in each town. be able to give us the safe and Mr. Sine Rice, from Texas, the Petty farm near here. There never has been so dry a You never get anything for. elastic currency system which we. in flio White House came in on a visit a few days We understand that he securnothing. You may not pay cash have so long lacked. With those since the days of President ago. ed an option on the farm and for it but you'll pay in some way porblems out of the way there On the evening of March 7th, thinks of becoming a citizen Hayes, when Mrs. Hayes exof A woman can start bawling on ought to be, as far as the gov- cluded wines and liquors from Mias'Sallie Botts, who lives near our town. the street and get anything she ernment goes, plain sailing the executive mansion immedi- Fairplay, passed over the river wants. But if a man tried it he ahead. ately on becoming its mistress. of death. Sne was seventeen Miss Mollie Caldwell represents E. Co get a ride in a patrol would The sideboard, on which the yeara old and had been a victim Walker& need, Florists, Louisville, Ky. of flowers. Bargains at Casey Jones' Store. When in wine glasses and decanters of of consumption for almost a year the Exchange. 20 2c "Co-operation Duke of Adair No. 4660 ( 7 j BLACK HAWK , j TSIEB ! first-clas- i I ! V. M. Epperson. - I T T 1 1 4- - v- - - - l - , - j j - : j weu-Know- n, j . , k, j ; , I i 0 ! A .V R4 ';- Iril V 1 i 4-THE ADAIR COUNT" NEWS U' fHE ADAIR GOUHTY in this week's paper a candidate Published Every Wednesday for Assessor of Adair county, subject to the action of the Dem- BY THE August priAdair County News Company. ocratic voters at the mary. He has been identified ( incorporated.) with the Democratic party since EDITOR. he reached his majority, but hasj CHAS. S. HARRIS never been an'office seeker, this Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people being the first time he has ever vdairand ad jacent counties. asked his party a 'to support him for position. He is not physicas Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. ally strong, having lost an arm when a child. He makes no !WED. MAECH 26. 1918 plea for sympathy on account of misfortune. He is a man In the discussion of the prop- his possessing a good education, and osition tc build good roads and he could fill the pay for same by the issuing of he feels that office of Assessor with credit to county bonds we had hoped that and to the perfect satisit would be conducted in a gen- himself of the entire county. teel manner, free from prejudice faction He is a gentleman who stands and passion. It was opened for well in his own community, and discussion on merit and not is fairly well acquainted over the meant as a means to an end the county. Before the primary he securing of political office by a expects to see, personally, the play of horrible predicted condiDemocrats of this county and tions to follow a reasonable inpresent his claims. If his party debtedness for the most needed will give him the nomination he imblic imnrovement, but to the and would do contrary, an appeal to passion would be thankful, power to make of a every thing in his has been the stock-in-tra- d diligent and painstaking officer number of those who oppose, and a present he is a member of the up to this date not one good rea- At Educational Board of Adair counson has been advanced, supportty. ed by, known conditions, why m precinct, isS announced HEWS; tie Cake ?WWWWWWW iSSKSfiygafiMEasM! tc 'WW - - - VUL CAN PLOW m & '& ic-r- -i Post-offi- ce sec-o- fl && Brinley Osborne Disc Harrows. Field Seeds the Best at Lowest Prices. The Jeffries Hardware Co. & w? VQBr 5 W as ,:m m 534 ;$5fv the storm and sustained a loss ! such a course should not be purBy reference to our announce.mport- - ment column it will be seen that Put it up Right, and you'll get Double sued. The tvemendous Efficiency, Long Life, Economy, Satisfaction ance of good roads, their tell'ngj Mr .Ernest Cundiff is a candi-effeIt is already being predicted It s no trick at all to erect Pittsburgn No sagging or sagging, no slipping on the thrift of a com- - date for Assessor of Adair coun- who will win in the August priPerfect" just follow the directions in stays, no buckling up when stringing munity, the increased values that ty subject to the action of the "Pittsburgh Perfect" our catalogue. mary. The canvass has scarcely M..WW.l jx innrr" riH goes up without a hitch, over the most in nfnniin r! iuui Cliiu SilUl wires. come to real estate, and other Progressive Republicans, excommenced and of course no one uneven ground as easily as on level land. because there are none Consider buildingbeneficial results, have never pressed at the August primary. when you buy fence. It is a The secret's in the Weld. It costs less -cost has the least proper conception to by those who Mr. Cundiff is a son of Mr. John been referred to string "Pittsburgh Perfect" because it serious problem for some, but "Pittsas to the outcome. The Demtakes less time than any other fence. burgh Perfect" users smile. have opposed a bond issue. We R. Cundiff. and was born and ocrats have good men in the Ma de in Different Styles for HELD, FARM. RANCH. LAWN. P-- .have shown that this county is reared near Columbia. He is a RrtJ HunT-an- f CtilLCCH CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN field and we believe a winning iUU Valid! f(A able to borrow $75,000, and used young man of sterling character ticket will be selected. Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it Do not allow him to persuade judiciously would build 75 or 100 and is well qualified for the poyou that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. "PitUburgh Perfect" Brands of Barbed Wire; miles of macadam road that sition he seeks. He will have More than seventy deaths have (j If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twisted B for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 1913 Cable Wire: Hard Spring Coil Wirt: Fence would be permanent and descend the solid backing of the Pro-t- been reported as the result of Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Prop-irt- y sub- - gressjve Republicans in his Pittsburgh Steel Co. a Rnnf.ncr NniU Single Lqod Bale Ties i "Pitta- the next generation more Friday morning's storm. IP Iih.i1 Pvf;." fwinrincr. All mnf4. rt Onon Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania hi Hearth material. than when first built, tion of the COUnty, and he loss will run up into the itcan be done on a 25 centi -- ontK. fn -- pp pvprv mpnihpr nf Hip millions. The Southern States E3TKtI2 levy, and each "year the levy party before the primary. Mr. were hit the hardest. could De reduced until tne roaas Qmjft' has served as deputy President Wilson is a busy were paid for. The money bor Sheriff in Adair, making a dil- " farms. That seems to the class brate with her, her 56th birthcould be igent officer Everything done man, and if reports are true of people that are always em- day. A bountiful dinner was rowed to build them G. P. SA1YTHE about the number of callers, he ployed by paid to our people for labor and for nim by his friends in the seme one else, as much served after which some beautiTor The county would jtest wm be appreciated, and has but few sleeping hours.' better than they can get here. ful music was rendered by her have the roads, the people the RunnA he EIRE INSURANCE Lon5treet. cost of living daughter. Miss Elizabeth, also the nomination and But the money, and no one would ke become the Assessor of Adair there makes it about equal with games were Dlayed and some and hurt. This money should be county after the November electhe wages of the Kentucky farm- very appropriate songs were REAL ESTATE Editor News: J spent on the leading roads that tion, he promises to make the sung for the older folks. Those hands. space" in er's If you will allow me receive the heaviest traffic and county a faithful officer. Wishing the News and its present were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. your paper I will try to write a would connect Russeil and Walker, Mr. and Mrs. G B 78 years, two months and fifteen lines about, my trip to Illinois. readers success I am few News Items. and Casey, Green, Metcalfe Yates, Mr. and Mrs. Simeon days old. She was taken 3ick Yours Truly, pneumonia set Illinois is level and is very ferCumberland and Taylor counties Murrell, Mr. and Mrs. II. P with lagrippe and Dallas Wade. days before her death. Indiana is recovering from the tile, ma rung it one of the greatand leave enough to build a few ' Barger, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph up two She bore her suffering well unmiles on other roads. There is effects of Friday's storm which est corn and oat raising States Zion. mu- . xagKcuci, mi. tiuti iyii is enough, come While they have betnothing scarry about this prop caused damage estimated at one there i Conover, Mr and Mrs. James But- - til God said it passed away m ter land than Kentucky the hos osition, nothing dangerous to the million dollars. Quits an interest is beincr man- - ler. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Willis iuP niSner- - She right mind, bhe joined the welfare of the people. It is not Two af the Virginia Aliens are pitality of the people cannot be' in our Sunday school of and Mr. and Mrs A O. Young. her M. E. church when a girl, and an untried proposition except in condemned to die next Friday. compared with that o i which Mr. H. G. Young is Supt. Mesdames Fannie Willis, lived a Dnsistant member until this part of the country. If N. C. Hobbs, a n come out and taUe a beth Murrell, Mary L. Tupmun, u- " 'rtV" there is a county in the State lawyer of Lexington, died in I was in Champaign county, part and Irt m sure you wil1 fii- - Eliza Conover, Josie Youn and "u; several grand ehi,dren and destroyed or crip- Florida. onp of the very best counties in joy it. that has been were His remains Bettve Conover. Misses Effi-r- enn and a host T.pna., .. pled by the issue of bonds for brought home for interment. the State. But as I did not like n VJOIUWIUI. ,.... V,UUWG1, rofWin Willi , Mr and Mrs. W. A. friends, and all who knew building good roads, we trust the people there 1 returned to and Elva Murrell, Sallie ot AniK0,iewM-ti.rtEvA young traveling man named t v. UliC . iu me utuciut loved her. my Kentucky home. some one will present the facts Diddle, Mattie and Sallie a. Terry, who lived at Somerset, formers mother. Mrs. Victoria to ive her Oh it hoks so ha-to the readers of The News. If dropped dead Montgomery. Mattie and Nell at his home last Land is very high there. It Garnett, of Ozark, who is u !Mt God know be.s". and we there is a county that has built Saturday. Timman Mah!e Conover. Fran sells for two hundred dollars per ill at'this writing. ep as those who have '" good roads and regretted it, here ces Holladay. Treva Murrell and Dead in love, Simeon Tuber, acre. To the Kertuckiau that is t though, she cannot Mr. Lucian Gadberry, one is space to tell the people. W,ggner. went the drug route at Valley contemplating selling out yourj our merchants, of Joppa, receiv Opal and Nona There appears in this issue sev- Walker Dickerson, John uonover, farm and live stock etc., my ad View, Ky., dying Saturday. a ran last Saturday imni W. H. tloliadav, F. G Willis ' VRJU a "aPPy uieeiiiiK ujs wm eral articles against good roads vice, to you is stay in Kentucky ed is now being made to be when we can meet where no which he is still suffering. bv the sale of bonds, and due to An effort Walter Murrell, Chas Tupman, where you can be real happy and parting ever comes and where this fact we will not attempt vote on the liquor question at where the sun shines brighter Prof. R. O. Cabbell, of this Frank Waggener, Almond and say good-bfurrW nrmiTTiPnf-- at. this rime. Bowling ureen me ursi, ui uuiy. than anywhere in Illinois. place, sung at Hutchison's school Ralph Willis and E P Waggener. we will never It sometimes seems almost unThe criticisms of our position the town is now wet. Saturday evening and We wish Mrs. Holladay might Illinois i s a much overrated house last to think her dear form cuts no figure, and will not add a Samuel J. Roberts, a ,prom Sunday afternoon. enjoy many more birthdays and bearable State, although in some things will never again darken our door single honor to the man who inent Republican, editor of the R P.. a little son ot Mr a d those present may be able to en nor her dear voice never more be surpasses Kentucky. gives vent to unwholesome Lexington Leader, is reported in it .n T)..lrVi roorrironor ia cnorin. joy them with her. ' heard, would not stay among such mr&' LxaiyLL u"66 - a dyingcondition. I statements. No man should unine the week with his aunt, Mrs. Deac mother thou hast, left us. Obituary. people as they are the wickedest dertaketo argue a proposition Lexington, Ky., was damaged The loss w deeply feel, Ellen Holladay. except in an open,- fair manner to the extent of 50,000 by Fri people that can u e found any- But 'tis God who has bereft us. On March 10th inst., the death He can all our sorrows heal. where. There is a greater num-- ! One of the most enjoyable Judgment and not passion should days storm. spent angeLvisifedfthe home of- - Mrs. Mother thou art goue butnot forgotten of the season was ber of people hat go from Ken-day- s be the arbiter in any great ques!Never shall thy memoty fade, Miss Liber- tucky there-thastbfriTdid'not any other State, last Friday March 14, when' rela Marcus Tarter' and claimed tion affecting the welfare of the The Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger d ty, several houses being consid- with Missouri a close second. tives and friends, with its victim our dear mother Mrs. Round the grave where she is laid. people. erably damaged. By her daughter, baskets, arrived at the h me Sallie A. Dickenson, who- was Wages are very high there, $25, - was - visiting at our place. SheMartha. S. Tarter. Scottsville was in the path of $32 and $50 per month on the of Mrs. Ellen Holladay to celeMr. J. D. Eubank, of the Lit- ct i -- of several thousand dollars. Robert Crawford is dead in Clinton county. He was hit in the head with a rock; the stone being thrown by James Cowan. S5S MtSmSSSSSESmSmSiiimZmmSZSESESlZSISSi Vltim Perfect" Fence !.' L "o L ! j o M j j sec-stantia- lly ex-Th- is JeWH? wm , j j con-materi- al. j o-e- t high J j I .- -. - j j j 4, -- ! ! iien-tuckian- s. E'iz-i-Everybod- y well-know- , tt a . ...,-- 8r1 h-r, grand-childre- d vt-r- v I Messrs,, I . y. i 0 - p n fr well-fille- - - r.x x.1 -- 3 4 . TflE"ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 4 ANNOUNCEMENTS . Dropped Dead. Perryman, who was about" years old, dropped dead at her home, near McGaha, last Saturday night. She ate a hearty supper, and when death came she was sitting in a chair, by. the,fire, conversing'w.ith her family! SjTie was highly respected in the neighborhood. The remains were MmmKmm conveyed to Russel county for inter- m IN THE HEART ment. Mrs.. Wm. 73 OF THE -- ,. m &i ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Roy at Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE For County Judge. are authorized' to announce is a candidate for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the expression of Democrats at the August primary, ' that TANKER OTTLEY 1913." We ,' f i ' V We are authorized to announce Dr. N. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a candidate for Judge of the Adair i &&ttkJs&zn Sizr-rrr.TCh- ' ic l Im n l?jp fHiTW. ha l .1 4J& County Court, subject to the Democratic voters who will express their choice at the August primary. W. ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF EUROPEAN Land Sale. SHOPPING spring goods. His wife will accompany him to market. : Judge Charles Drake, of Bowling Green, father of Miss Elizabeth Drake, Mr. Hugh ioe was in town Monday. teacher in the Graded School, spent last Friday, Saturday and Sunday Mr. C. G. Meece is here from Dunn-vill- with his daughter here. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ottley and Mr. Press Miller went to Louisville their son, John, went to Burkesville Monday. the first of last week. Upon their arMr. J. W. Ottley is on business trip rival Mrs. Ottley was stricken with erysipelas, remaining there, under to Louisville. Personal e. Mr. C. E. Coper. Barbourville, was treaement of Dr. Keene. here last Friday. Mr. W. 1. Ingram is in the wholesale market this week. Mr. Fred McLean returned from Liberty last Thursday. Steward Hutchison has been quite sick for the past week. Mr. Henry Ar Buchanan, Burdick, was here a few days ago. Mr. W. G. Cleland, Lebanon, was in " x Columbia a few days ago. Mr. Geo. R. Reed made a business trip to Lebanon lastweek. George and Lucien Hunn have returned from Boyle county. Mr. Jas. Dunbar, jwas here , from Campbellsville a few days ago. Mr. R. L. Marshall,, came over Thursday and oiled th town. Mr. W. E. Clark, Greensburg. was at the Hancock Hotel a few daj.s ago. Mi. Luther Williams, Montpelier merchant, is in the market this week The following is the standing of the candidates at the Parlor Circle, up to Ve are authorized to announce L. and including last Saturday night: Dora Eubank preach at Fnion the first Sunday. 13,850 Y. GABBERT a candidate for County . Mary Smith 12,150 Court Clerk of Adair County, subject Mr. Clyde Cawley, who is a grandson to the action of the Progressive Re4,200 Nell Tarter of "Uncle" Bob Cawley, who in his publicans of said county. Margaret Lf'vett 3,500 life time run bell teams between this Mary Bree'i.ig 3,400 place and Lebanon, was in Columbia Jailer. last Sunday. He was entartained at How to Collect Accounts. dinner by Col. J. X. Colfey, who is his To the Democrats of Adair County, cousin His grandmother was a Miss announce my candidacy for Carter, of Adair county, ,an aunt of I hereby Adair County subject to the Jailer of We collect notes and accounts and Mr. Coffey. Mr. Cawley was in com action of Democrats in the August pany with a parcy from Campbells primary. If nominated, I will use all look after claims anywhere in the ville and came to Columbia in an auto honorable means in my power to ad- - United States and make no charges my associates vance 'rimfnn,0,.nfnn,rPo,in, was bornaml if the interest of discharge the unless we collect. elected will May's Collection Ageucy, at Breeding, this county duties of the office impartially. I ask , Somerset, Ky. your support. Yours truly S. G. Denny. The repair work on the Christian We are authorized to announce LU- Church will be completed this week THER BELL a candidate for Jailer, and there will be services held both subject to the action of the Democrat- morning and evening next Sunday i ic voters of Adair county at the August Offering for Foreign Missions will be S! primary. taken Sunday morning. Some special We are authorized to announce music will be rendered, both quartets Ejjh money i. tin' easiest and quickest m Oliver Willis a candidate for the and solos. Mr. W. H. McCawley. St . Louis Everybody is invited to money in the poultry industry. If you are Democratic nomination for Jailer of attend and will receive a hearty welHardware man. was here last Thurspoins t make esjrs jour specialty, you Adair County, subject to the action day should look well into the matter before of the Democrats of this county in the come. purchasing stock or ffs for hatching j August primary. Mr. John Lee Walker, is spending a Poxes Wanted. Heavy laying- strains are not accidf ts. few weeks with relatives at Burkes-ville- . That quality is bred in the stock. Ithe We are authorized to announce JO "fancy" side of the industry appeals to Z. CONOVER a candidate for Jailer Grey Foxes S2.50, Red Foxes 5.00: you. buy stock and ejres bred for tho show Mr. G. W. Brockman. Amaudaville, of Adair county subject to the action Minks SG.OO to SS.UO each: Coons 31.25, ring. "My strain of A vf"T7 ill f.llo a rn "ui uwo "Prrwrrncci v yi i;j ... u.. made a business trip to Columbia last and express. Send name of your exSingle Comb White gust primary. Friday. press office in first letter. LEGHORNS Mr. C E. McClellen and G. A. OwsW. T. Hodgen, We are authorized to announce ley. Burkesville. were in this place JAMES W. YAUGHAN a candidate Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. Is. a combination ot the blood lines from for Jailer of Adair county subject to three of the largest and most successful Sunday the action of the Democratic party A report reaches here that Charley egg farms in the United States. They in the August primary Mr. K. M. Tutt has been on a bushave been bred solely for eggs, and liav Herriford, who lives on Cumberland, shown remarkable records during the last iness trij) to Greensburg for the past river, in Russell county, got badly two winters. Any old hen will lay in the ten days CO IT NT Y S UPER I NTEN DENT hurt last Friday. He was running a spring and early summer. ii Mr T. M. Wilson, Cave City, raft and got one of his feet caught by IT) 75 We are authorized to announce a rope, cutting it so badly that ampudealer, was here, last stock If by mail, add l."c for postage and packPROF. TOBIAS IIUFFAKER a cau-- i tation was necessary. Mr. Herriford Wednesday. ing Place your orders early didate for Superintendent of Public is a cousin of Judge (Jeorge Herriford. Schools of Adair county, at the NoMr. and Mrs. W. C. Yates, of PortJ. O. Russell this county. vember election. land, visited relatives in Columbia Rev. J. N. Crawford and wife left for Winchester this morning and will spend several days with Rev. J. Russell Crawford and family. They will return in time for Mr. Crawford to to announce J. On Wednesday, April J), 1918, at or TUPMAN a candidate for Judge of Adair county court, subject to the about 1 o'clock p. m., at the late will of the Democratic voters of Adair residence of S. W. Petty, deceased, on county, at the August primary. Crocus creek, in Adair county, Ky., we will sell to the highest and best bidder, FOR SHERIFF. on a credit of six months, the farm owned by S. W. Petty at his death, We are authorized to announce S. H consisting of about 160 acres. The purMITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, chaser will be required to give bond of Adair county, subject to the action with good security for the purchase of the Democratic voters of said county, expressed at the August pri- - price, bearing interest from date until paid, and a lien retained upon the land mary, 191:5 to secure its payment. Possession will We are authorized to announce A. A be given as seon as bids are accepted, MILLER a candidate for Sheriff of and a deed executed, when the purchase Adair county, subject to the Demo- price is paid. cratic primary to be held in August. John A. Pulliam ( Committee for I and Heirs of We are authorized to announce A. M. Petty ( S. W. Petty, deed BURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier, a 20-candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Adair County, subHow the Vote Stands ject to the August primary. We are authorized 2t ilWh Hotel Henry Watterson THEATRE, AND OFFICE DISTRICT jt rUAlt UltL.1 t. t Louisville's Most Modern Hotel Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Looisville, you'll find every comfort, convenience and snfety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent Restaurant service Elegantly Furnished Rooms with hot and CI flft cold runnini: water and private "?1,uu toilet per day Elegantly Furnished Rooms with CI CO Private Bath, per day vl,"u S2.00, 52.5U ana !?J.UU MtllTfi'Vf.!1. 52.50 The Cafe is in chara-o- f Experts and the cuisine and srviw is nnexclled. Our prices are most modfrate. Europwrn service. but choice ol club breakfast, each, Oo person Table d'hote lnncheon from 12 :CO to 50c 2:00p. re, per person Table d'dote dinner, from 6:00 to CI 00 ?x.vv 8:00 p. IB., per person Rathske!!ero?enfron4.-(X)p.ni.tol:Q03.m- . Music by the Finest Orchestra ia the City Reservation-- , should be wade whenever possible. FOR COUNTY CLERK. ROBT. B. JONES. JIanacer. GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Mcr. Chattanooga, Term., and Hotel Anslbt (open May l'l, 1913), HoiEii Patted, Atlanta, Ga., tinder same management and ovrnership. ' Herman C. AH Tafel Louisvilje, Kyv 236 W. Jefferson, St. Things Electricaf Write for Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet; 4t Telegraph Instrm I fVlonev flMMg''lji, Telephone Medical 4C (i Electric Lteht Kelly Spring field The Best Rubber Tire Made Punt on and Guaranteed by J. W. COFFEY. Local Market. Tc-day. i..vmv 11- For Rent. 30 acres good bottom and hmastona land in mile of Columbia. well-knotv- EGGS FOR Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks !4 G. W. Dillon. i:;i 13J 4 11 summer trade. farm and stealing a lor of oats. Miss Pear! Hindmau will leave for For bale. Frankfort and Bowling Green next Friday. From that Hate for one week We are authorized to announce ELI ' STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate Mr. J. Li. Hale, Russell Springs, and Acquitted. for the Democratic nomination foi Mr II. M. Smith, Font Hill, were County School Superintendent sub here Saturday. R. T. Thurman. who. several years ject to the oction of the August pri Mr. Rollin McClibter, of Fairplay. ago. shotand killed Bud McCandlessat mari'. has about recovered from a severe Edmonton, Thurman being Town, We areaut,10rIzed t0 announce the spell of sickness. Marshal at the time, was tried and cail(jitiaCy 0f J. V. DUDLEY for on a charge of venue, at ty School Superintendent, subject to Messrs. T. W. Taylor. B. If. Gilpin the action of the Democratic voters Glasgow, Monday of last week. and Ernest Smith, Campbellsville, At the time the killing occured a' rhe August primarv. weie here a few days ago. Thurman was at McCandless' place of FOR SENATOR. Mr. F. L. Wilson. Russell Springs, business with a warrant for his arrest was in Columbia Saturday, en route It. is reported that the dead man re- We are authorized to announce E. to the Louisville market. sibted, the shooting following. M. COX, of Albany, a candidate lor Misses Mary Triplettand Mary Lucy Senator in tins the 10th Senatorial The Molliers favorite. district subject to the action of the Lowe, who are in school at Danville, Republican party in the August pricame home to spend Easter. A cough medicine for children mary. It should be Mr. C. C. Young, of Wateitowr. should be harmless. It should be ef. was here a few dajs ago witli pleasant to take. Tenn FOR ASSESSOR. Chamberla in's Cough fectual. the view of buying line horses. Remedy is all of this and is the moth-- ; We are authorized to announce R. A Mr. Modant Grady, of near Brown-wooers' favorite everywhere, b or sale by WAGGENER a candidate for the Texas, visited the family of Paull Drug Co. Democratic nomination for Assessor Mr. Geo. FI. Xell a day or two of hwt i of Adair county subject to tne action week Ei Stone, of color, who left the! of the August primary. county tome t.irn ago. after having ' Mis Annie E Walker lias been r announce We are authorized to quite sick sor several dajs. Her son, hftftii- hidif.red- for hmisHbiHakiiiL'-- OJ was landed in jail Jast Wednesday by JAKE CHELF a candidate for Nat. who has rheumatism, is slowly or of Adair county, subject to the ac Ed was tion of the Democratic voters of said Sheriff A D. Palteson. improving. caught on Judge Thurman's farm, county, expressed at the August priMr. Albert Bryant, merchant at Washington county, where he was at mary Ozark, was in Louisville market last work. lie is charged with breaking week, buying goods for the spring and We are authorized to announce G. into a house on Mr John N. Conover's i last Saturday. Columbia, Ky. the agency for J.R. Watkins Medical Co.. in this county, 1 have-accepte- i j Coun-acquitte- d. ' ! j J J i time at J. F. Patteson's store Columbia. I will be on the square the first 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. This medicine can also be found at Corbin and Strange's store, Sparks-villRespt. S G. and will make a home to home canvass. You will find these goods at any I Turkeys Geese Ducks Wool Strange has added dorman windows to hi residence which adds greath rnrhe appearance of the house Mr. C. r J .' I spring clipping Hides (green) i i Feathers Ginseng Beeswax Yellow Root May Applefper lb) notes and accsunts are row due s and I need the money. Please come, set 21 tle at once. It will save yuii a rfn o?v It) statement. W. L. Walker. 45 i All 5 50 25 2 I Columbia Chapter, lioyal A r c ! Masons will meet next Friday evening. H25 All Companions, in good standing, are invited 1 e. Dennv d, Somerset and MonMceliu were greatdamaged by the storm. One church and a number of buildings were destroyed at the former place, and at the latter several brick busly keep on hands a full stock ol cotlins and caskets, also robes: From a beautiful Hock of R. I. Kedi,. Well bred. Am raising for general hearses. Prompt service night or 2?i utility, yet I have birds tit for show. 4.1-- 1 .J. F. Triptett, yr 7) cents per 15 Colombia. Kv. .Mrs. Sallie Wilson, lS-Gresham, Ky. Mr. Henry Cooley sold his stock ot N Norris Sons &,Co., poultry goods at Absher to Mr. TylerFirquin The. I. house, thisplace, bought the four last and left, with hb family, last week, days of last week 22,000 pounds of for Oregon. day-Phoiif 2t Eggs for Matching. . - iness houses were wrecked. Mr Lon chickens, paying out S4.:50(i.52 Sjms, a brick mason of this place, hens and eggs. was called up and asked to report at. Monticello at once. For Sale. lJVJt. for her oilice will be closed. Messrs. G. A. Moody and R. H. Turner. Hather, and G L. Gowdy, Campbellsville, spent last Sunday in Colu Tibia, coming over in an auto. Messrs. Lonnie Simms and Will Jones, who have been employed at Bronston, Ky., for several weeks building a church, have finished their work and returned home. Mr. W. L. Walker will leave for the Cincinnati marketnext Monday morning. He will buy a large stock- of - sessor, subject to the action of the conducted by J. R. Jlie. lie will alFrom now until the loth of Apri, JF. Services at the Methodist Church Democratic voters of Adair county, so hold services at Hutchison school will pay more than any other buyes expressed at the August primary. next Sunday forenoon and evening. "house the 3rd Sunday. Rev. Chandler has a special subject for hogs and cattle. L. W. Bennett", Every J have a Jersey cow with young calf for the morning discourse. Farms in Taylor and adjoining count'olumbia, Ky.- to announce J. D We are authorized body invite. 2l-t-f. ties. Also nice residence property in EUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, a for sale. E. F. Mul Unix, Since' Friday morning's storm vsir" See the N. W. Miller candidate for Assessor, subjecfrto" the Campbellsville. f .'&, Columbia, Ky. Duck Eggs for bale. learn that Mr; U. S. Whitlock, who Real Estate Agency before buying. Democratic voters at the August pi;i lives at Bliss, lost a large barn, and Oilice in the Wood Bldg. mary. r Mr. Julius Gaskins, who was shot Campbellsville, Ky. Setlirig of 13 Indian Runner duck also that a large barn, the property of by John Payne at 'Russell Springs, G A: Atkins, Milltown, was greatly eggs for 50c. We are authorized to announce last week;fcis rapidly recovering. It is damaged. In many parts of the courv-tTodd. Lula Wanted, ERNEST CUNDIFF a candidate fpr reported that he is up, looking after more or less damage was done. Assessor of Adair county, subject to his business. the action of the Progressive RepubliIf you are in need of a pump see S". Some candidates 'for county offices 0,000 boards at Casey are'sKaking-'thWanted, can tarty, expressed, at' the August bushes daily. It is a F. Eubank and get the latest improvW. T. Hodgen. Jones store. primary. long time until the primary, 2d of ed. 20-Campbellsville, KyT ' 18--- A. BRADSHAW a candidate for As- pointment the 1st Sunday in April FOK HBNT About i) acres of land. Baled hay. Good, any quantity, deMRS. J. W. JAOKMAW. livered to you. Phone J. W. Walker, There will be preaching at DisapColumbia, Ky. Prof. J. W. Hicks, the piano tuner, is in Columbia and will be here several weeks. Address him, Columbia 2(i 2t well-know- n post-offic- e. The Greensburg Loose Leaf House' has closed for this season. Will open again in the fall. .: - 19-t- if Peafowls y $1.50 to $2.00 eac;h 2t .v August. 4t . ' ' r 1 s i 33.:e'rvv3" J " -- ; 3r! "r " ' T-f" S? Ii J3 vv 'J' THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS How to be Certain of Prejudice is a hard thing to overcome, but where health is at stake and the opinion of thousands of reliable people differs from yours, prejudice then becomes your menace and you ought to lay it aside. This is said in the interest of people suffering from chronic constipation, and it is worthy of their attention. In the opinion of legions of reliable American people the most stubborn constipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of it before, but do not doubt its on that account, or because it hasmeritsbeen not blatantly advertised. It has sold very successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to their children today who were given by their parents, and It has been truth-it fully said that more druggists use It personally In their families than any other laxative. SHORT STOPS. Ffe$(seo WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- Curing Constipation Letters recently received from M. E. Myers, Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Hammersmith, 118 "W. Chestnut St., Louisville, Ky., are but a few of thousands showing the esteem in which Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is mild, gentle, not violent, like salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that In time nature again does Its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel specific. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the homo free of charge by simply addressing Dr. "W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. non-gripi- This blessed winter wearies nobody with its prolonged monotony. A New Jersey man is experi- PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardlv breathe or sneak for 10 tn ?n minutes. My doctor could not help me, out x was completely cured. by menting raising wingless chickens. A fowl act that. AL It is only just that women should receive men's wages, and married women do. All of the new counterfeit money is in the shape of $5 and $10 bills. We should not worry. 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 COURIEE--JOURNAL DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON The Daily Aviators are to be put through a rigid test. Flexible and resilient tests would be better. Another argument in favor of spring is that it will take the baseball players off the stage. VETERINARY AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS jh Special 5 JtJK, to Eyes " 'In God we trust,' " says Louisville And The Times News the Toledo Blade, "is not on the new nickel." Nor on the old one. For i l.5 Yr l, Attnetin Approximately 75,000,000 persons traveled in the London tubes last year. What proportion sat down? The Brazilians make beautiful lace from the fiber of the banan-naRather a delicate food s. 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 stcck removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. 0NBURKSVILLE STREET. you will give or send your order to this paper notto the Courier-Journa- l. Adair County Daily Courier-Journ- al, S6.00 $2.00 Joseph fi. Stone, Attoney-AMaw Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wood-ro- w Wilson for the stuff, though. , Pittsburg has started an anti- nise crusade. Lots of college towns would do well to follow the example. A woman remarks: "The best husbands are the most accom- plished liars." They've had experience. A Kansas City pastor says Sunday Courier-Journa- Yr Q Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday f you will write Jamstown, Kentucky this paper. XSS)SSI)SS The Adair CountyJNews and Weekly Courser Journal, both one Year Each Why The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States sul scribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adair County JTews both for 4.50 per year Come to the office or mailin that Not the turkey trot causes divorces. Hitting a fast trot lige that &h ways does? Swee'deh exported 35,000,000 pounds of matches during the last six months. No other coun-- 1 try is a match for that. A canon of an English church $1.50. ead U. G. HARDWiCS, Pres. ;. H. C0CKF, V Pres.j R. H. D1ETLMAN. Sec your subscription. has writen a farce that is said to be a corker. Evidently he hit the bullseye. Spain is to have a government school of aviation. Wouldn't it be a good idea to sentence revolutionists to it? One Octogenrrian in Boston says the only rule he knows for long life is: "Keep your temper! r.T.Pyne MU -- 8 Co Courier ESTABLISHED 5861 INCORPORATED --VC 188Q- - ilIUUHMrlJl liJ 1301 i S mAGHlKlSTS IN I JEALERS Journal? HENRY WATTERSON jk b j 'By ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLS. GRIST WILLS, FEED MILLS THIRTeeNTtt-MftlN- . LOUISVILLE 0KE STACKS. Sheet iron and Tanh WorK Editor. We Con Furnish You 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 The Government and don't worry." V Boston papers are making a great stir over the discovery or an nnkissed girl. But they have not printed her picture. Three Princeton students have opened a shop to shine shoes. Shoe shines are preferable to monkey shines any time. Three Alaskhan legislators have to travel 2,000 miles by don slectto attend session. They at least, will earn their mileage. At least therejisn't much dan ;' ger tnat any man win carry around for days the eleven pound i I The Adair County News andloihe te j ! lOtSOIMQWORK SOLICITHD Weeklv Machinery Repaired Courier-Journal J AH , Kinds of i The Adair County News and Daily Courier- - Journal rnr m i Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give liberal vrvlAi-i-r-f'H',-i n 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 child of G. A. Lawtorn, of Boyle county, was burned to a crip Her clothing caught from an open grate. Zelma, two-.vear-o- id Pupils in thp Los Angeles In the dark, and wnnse showing, j parcel his wife gi'es him to mail. . cooking schools are required to whrse sudden display, 'or Sunday Courier inow comes an expert, w IiO' says automobile riding gives a eat their own pies. Here is an Would cause grief and sorrow and Write Courier-Journ- al lifelong dismay, person flat feet. But that probS instance where pastry comes jpanVj Louisville, to punish. ably isn't as annoying as flat It is a pretty good plan to forgetit j , ttti-- TQlIl Journal. Com- - Ky., foi free sample copy of editior tires. If you know of a thing that will "Things To Forget." you desire, but be sure tc darken the joy, One can't help feeling but that vour subscription order send " r Of a man or a woman, a girl or a1 the aviator who flew 'to this paper NO 1 to the If you see tall fellow ahead of boy miles to deliver twenty-fivI ' fifty-fou- e pounds of beans didn't know his a crowd, A. leader of men, article. marching Charging that he had ruined her home and broken her heart, Mrs. W. S. Dodson shot Charles Cobb; a barber, to death at Nashville. . fearless and proud, Paris boasts a worn an with a The nomiration of John Burke, triple personality. Still, the av And you know of a tale whose former Governor of North Dako-t- erage American woman can mere telling aloud, to be Treasurer of the United change her mind much faster Would cause his proud head in States, was sent to the Senate by anguish be bowed. than that. President Wilson. Exports of American pianos It is a pretty good plan to forget it Raymond Carr, aged 10, was drowned in Hinkston creek, Bour- have trebled in the last nine If you know of a skeleton hidden bon county. Slipping dirt caused years. Perhap3 that's away, why his horse to fall, throwing him in- there is always an old one in the In a closet, guarded and kept to the water. adjoining flat. , fr0m the day, o, That will win nnf- o cm;ia n of .courier ' "" " """Vi CU least annoy 23K33X3? A fellow, or cause any gladness KJM. I T journal. 1 to cloy, It is a pretty good plan to forget it Ex. hamberlain's Tablets TOr i Electrici stters Lt ALL DRUG STORES. Constipa- Rfiade A Now - ' tion. For constipation, Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent. Easy to take mild and gentle in effect. (Jive them, a trial. For sale by Paull Drug Co. stomach, head and back." writes H. T. Alston. Kaleieh, is. u. "ana my liver and kidneys did not work right, but four bottles ot .Electric .sixers made me feeJ rke a new man. PRICE 50CTS. Kan Of Him. "I was suffering from rain in my ' THE ADAIR CO.UNTY NEWS ar "Car dui Cured Me" For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. 'I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so many, and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardui saved my life! Now, I can do anything." Thumbnail Sketches of Members Chancellor of Washington University, St. Louis, since 1908. of Presidet Wilson's Cabinet. Secretary of Commerce WilSecretary of state William liam Cox Redfield, Congressman NOTED SPEAKERS THE WILL BE HEARD Jennings Bryan, publicist and editor. or suffer from any of If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, feeiings, pains in arm, side, hip backache, dragging-dow- n or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui, thtf woman's tonic. Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui. after-effec- ts. Dmil 64-ns- xe The I Woman'sTonic Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chsttanooca Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions, and book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 61 and manufacturer. Born at Albany, N. Y., June 18. 1858. Home, Brooklyn, N. When Educational Kentucky Born at Salem, 111.. March 19, Y. Educated in public school. 1850. Home, Lincoln, Neb. EdAssociation Meets, Engaged in iron and steel manucated at Illinois College. Democratic candidate for President of ufactures since 1883, Served in GATHERING AT LOUISVILLE, Congress. d FOR the United States, 1896. 1900 and 19!3 Secretary of Labor William 1908. Served in Spanish AmeriBRIGHTER, BETTER, Made trip around Baucham Wilson, Former miner Program Committee of K. E. A. Excan War. tremely Fortunate In Securing Servand Congressman. world in 1906. ices of Many Distinguished Educators BGGER THAN EYER Born at Blantyre, Scotland, and Speakers of National Reputation. Secretary of the Treasury WilApril, 2, 1862. Home, Blossburg Partial List Given Here. THE REGULAR PRICE OF liam Gibbs McAdoo, lawyer and Pa. Came to United States If never there, you ought to go. railroad president. If ever there, you'll want to go. 1870. Educated in public schools. The program committee of tyie Ken- THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Ga., Born near Marietta, Miner from 1871-9Member of tucky Educational association has been October 31, 1863. Home, New National Executive Board which extremely fortunate in securing the services of practically all the promiIS A YEAR. York City. Practiced law in Ten organized United Mine Workers nent speakers that were originally senessee and New York. Builder of America, 1890. Member of lected for the gathering in Louisville 3. May of first tunnel under Hudson Congress since 1807. Author of on April 30 and quite 1. 2 and as The f YOU WLL5EW YOUR 0Ri):i varied, music will be it is river. President of Hudson and bill creating Department of planned to have high school glee clubs, class choruses and organ recitals. TO US, YOU CAN GET Manhattan railroad. Before becoming president of the Armour Institute of Technology of Chi Secretary of war Lindley M. LOUISVILLE TIMES Sixty-secon- 8. $5.00 Garrison, jurist. Forty-nin- e years old. Born in The Camden, N. J. Home, Merchant-vill- e, N. J. Son of an Episcopal Clergyman. Brother of Justice Daily Louisville Herald Enjoys the largest circulation in Kentucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. Charles G. Garrison, of the New Jersey Supreme Court. Appointed to the Chancery Ceurt in 1904, and reappointed by Chancellor Mahlon Pitney, now a member of the United States Supreme Court. Best Known Cough Remedy years Dr. King'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. J. J. Owens, of Allendale, S. C, writes the way others have done: "After twenty years, I find that Dr. King's New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs or colds that I have ever used. For coughs or colds and all throat and lung troubles, it has no equal. 50c and 1 at Paull Drug Co. Attorney General James Clark McReynolds, lawyer. Born at Elkton, Ky., February 3, 1862. Home, New York City. NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports as well as general news, The Herald's special features make it pre-emine- nt among Louisville newspapers. attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in The Herald entitled Special 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 Educated at Vanderbilt University and University of Virginia. law at Nashville, Practiced Tenn., many years. Assistant Attorney General of the United States 1903-0Afterward specially retained by government matters, particularin anti-truly in tobacco and coal trust suits. Postmaster General Albert Sidney Burleson, congressman and lawyer. Born at San Marcos, Tex., June 7, 1873. Home, Austin, Tex. Educated at Texas A. & M. College, Baylor University and University of Texas. Assistant Citv Attorney twenty-sixt- h Judicial district, 1891-9Member of congress since 1899 to Sixty-thir- d and 7. st 6. re-elect- ed cago Dr. Gunsaulus occupied some of the largest pulpits in that city. "Whether Dr. Gunsaulus talked in his church or in one of Chicago's great theaters, he always had a large audience to listen to him say big things in a splendid, big way. Dr. Gunsaulus' lecture dates have carried him all over the counry in the winter, and during the summer he Is always in demand as a popular Chautauqua talker. One of the finest things about Dr. Gunsaulus is that, although he is popular, he has never failed to say strong, vigorous things. Colonel Henry Exall. It will be an inspiration to the trustees who attend the Kentucky Educational association to listen to Colonel Exall of Texas. Last January the The Ever Present Dead. Commercial club of Louisville had Colonel Exall as the speaker at the annual New Year gathering and he simply At twenty-tw- o minutes past electrified the men present Something over two years ago Colo7 o'clock on morning of Apr. 15, nel Exall decided that it was time for 1865, the spirit of Abraham Lin- Texas to take care of her soil. Now, THE ADAIR COUNT NEWS AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR ;- - FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Ha3 the best corp3 of corres coln passed away. As the calm- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Both by Mail for One Year for congress. Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels, newspaper owner and editor. Born at Washington, N. C, May 18, 1862. S2 75 No $. C. Home, Raleigh, Educated in Wilson (N. subscription can be taken for the Herald to be mailed to airy town or city where that papet is delivered by carrier. C.) Collegiate Institute. Editor of Wilson, N. C, Advanced at 18: of Raleigh State Chronicle, 1885, and Raleigh News and Observer since 1894. Democratic National Committeeman from North Carolina. "- Secretary of the Interior Franklin Knight Lane, lawyer. Born on Prince Edward Island, Canada, July 15, 1864. Educated ticed that the singing comme-dienn- e at the University of California. On Second Thought. seldom is either. Practiced law in San Francisco, (By Jay E. House.) Cain achieved so much notori- Candidate for Governor of CalSome women are afraid their ety through the murder of Abel ifornia, 1902. Member of Interhusbands will stay out late at that his real distinction, that of state Commerce Commission night and others are afraid they being the first white child born since 1905 and at present chairget us! won't. in his community, has been over- man. A woman is willing for her looked. Secretary of Agriculture Darhronic Stomach Trouble Cured . to have any thing she vid Franklin Houston, University husband The Forty Year Test There is nothing more discouraging except peace. chancellor. than a chronic disorder of the can give him An article must have exceptional stomach Is it not surprising that woman sel- merit to survive for a period of forty Born afc Monroe, N. C, Feb- many sutler for years with such an The years. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy dom is accosted by strange men. was first offered to the public in 1872. ruary 17, 1866. Home, St. Louis ailment, when a permanent cure is within their reach and may he had for beginning The Elgin girl who wishes to From a small popularity it has grown Mo. Educated at South Caroli- a trifle? 'About one year ago, "1 until it lias in favor and marry any kind of a man - should attained a world wide reputation. na College and Harvard Univer- bought a package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and since using them I have not find it difficult to do so. You will find nothing better for a sity. Dean of faculty Universi- felt perfectly well. I had previously cough or cold. Try it and you will Pres- used any number of different mediThere are a good many of that understand why it is a favorite after ty of Texas, a period of more than forty years. It ident Agriculture and Mechanic- cines, but none of them were of any sort. lasting benefit." For sale by Paull cures. For Beverly says he has no not only gives rellef-M- b College of Texas, 1902-0Tank Drug Co. al sale by Taull Drug Co. SUBSCRIBE NOW. ness of death settledlon the martyr's furrowed face Secretary Stanton turned away, exclaiming, "Now he belongs to the ages." Truel His influence is larger today than in 1865. He is greater as an influence dead So, too, Philips than living. Brooks. While he lived he was the rector of Trinity church and bishop of Massachusetts. Now he is larger than any church. Lincoln and Brooks, with many others, belong to humanity, "to the parliament of man. the federation of the world." The swift steamboat and the flying train tell us that Watt and Stevenson are still toiling for men. We think we have lost friends when we do not see their faces or hear their voices, but often what they do after death is more important than in life. Death .sveeps away their faults and blemishes and leaves remembrance of that only which was good and beautiful. I know men who are held aright by memory of a mother long since gone. Lots of parents are being led heavenward by baby fingers now in the cemetery. All they've touched has influence, the path they walked, the x trees that shadowed them, the book they read, the song they sang. Even the pencil marks her baby had scribbled saved a f rivolus mother from sin. Life is stronger than death and love than the grave. We do not forget them they surely do not for- itJ0- - - pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per fectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest mar kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics ba fair to everybody. SEND YOUR Dlt. FKAXK V. GrXSAULCS. SUBSCRIP- TION RIGHT AWAY ... well-behav- ed 1899-190- 2. when Colonel Exall decides things ought to he done the things usually have a way of getting done. He at once Inaugurated the Texas industrial congress, which offered $10,000 in gold as prizes for crops in all parts of Texas. It was soon evident that the $10,000 in gold was the least expensive part of the undertaking for the various contestants must be kept in touch with eacli other and the congress. The undertaking cost .$30,000 for the first year. Colonel Exall raised the funds. This year 4,000 men, women, hoys and girls contested for the prizes and the whole state is awake to the fact that results are being produced. In fact this feeling has become so strong that a group of business men are preparing to finance the Texas Industrial congress for a period of three years. Dr. Charles Evens. Dr. Charles Evans is president of the State Normal school at Edmond, Okla. He is a transplanted Kentuckian, and like any number of transplanted he has made good in the state of his adoption. He grew up with the country, and grew up big. In fact he has grown so big that he is now being spoken of as the next state superintendent of Oklahoma. His new book, "Growing a Life," published by Rand. McXally & Co., is receiving favorable comment from prominent educators in all parts of the country. It will probably be adopted as one of the Kentucky reading circle books for the ensuing year. Dr. Alston Ellis. on the proAnother gram of the Kentucky Educational association is Dr. Alston Ellis, president of the Ohio university at Athens. For Iwelve years he has been making history at the University of Ohio, so he is sure to have something worth while to say to the teaching force of his home state. It is said that his love for Kentucky has never been dimmed by his service out of the state. In fact it Is rumored that he will build a handsome home at Fort Thomas, Ky., where he will reside after leaving the university In Ken-tuckia- ns Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer The Adair And County The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer B0H1 One Year For Only $135 e Subscriptions iimy-bnew or renewal What The Weekly Enquirer Is SI ropolitan weeklies of It has all the facilities or 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 market reports. Its nuand reliable merous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. Tnis grand offer is limited and wo advise yoa to n tafce advantage by subscribing for the above right now. Call Or mail orders to. THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS. to-da- y. coo-binatio- It is issued every Thursday, Subscription price per year, and it is one of the best home met- ' if? .oy ars- - B i p3 fomlwuil s Jo- - i dfiSidl I tried u.jsdj(Vl.,uKlirwjujnJtinKaHaHiAaujMF .! '.I- ' no Tons r !" . i lief. i; in thu I triv. many thiftJ forj2 iia. cot'i:Uo nc p. tm tiustiioaal jdicino over b&st pllLs i m 3ftiWi HGIfiil 25 CENTS r DR.&SMG'S B fH m cr c fl nian tfTS. C.E. Hatfield. Guy an, V. 5. 1915. P;a BOTTLE AT ALL U t f' V 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS something else, and the wind certainly does blow. When I came to Oklahoma. I took it as an insult for any one to spit on me, but now I am so used to it, I don't care. Sometimes I will think it is beginning to rain,and look up. Not a cloud in the sky, so I just conclude it was some one a few miles South or North, who spat, and I happened to be in its path. Old settlers say it is worse this spring than usual, but they have said that every year since I have been here, and I can't tell any difference. Well, Wilson has been President most a month, and no panic yet. What do you reckon is the matter? Cattle and hogs continue to soar, an grain prices are normal, and the only panic in sight here is every one runone else ning over some to get calves. Cattle are selling for better than 7 cents on foot and weighed at home. Hogs are worth $8.10, corn 50 cents, wheat 77 cents, oats 35 cts., Kaffir 41 cents, and we have the best prospect for a wheat crop there has been since 1 have been in Oklahoma, and most people say they ever saw. Well, I guess it isn't any of my business to "but in" on the proposition you have before the people of old Adair, in regard to bonding the county to make good roads, but it seems to me that C. G. Jeffries is hammereng on the right spot. It looks like a pretty big thing to me to bond the county, but as I have said it isn't my time to "but in," and I guess I had better close. I can't think of any thing but this wind, and if I was to write what I think of it you wouldn't print Respt. it. Loe Bryant. n. Good old summer time is f ast-l-y approaching. Mrs. Eugene Nell returned irom Edmonton the first of the week. Miss Mollie Flowers spent ilast Sunday afternoon in Columbia. James Diddle and Austin were in Columbia last SunWil-smo- re Wilson's Store. the defendant guilty and fixed his punishment at confinement in the peninentiary for a period The general health of this comof ,f our years. Miller will take munity is very good. an appeal. The farmers of this section case of the Common-wealt- h are making very good use of The va Willie Swearingen, these nice days. charged with seduction, the jury The candidates and also hog -- EVERYTHINQpN ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. . day. Arvest Hill, of L. W. T. S., was with us last Sunday. Mr. W. to. Yates left for Edmonton last Saturday where he 'will spend a few days with his returned a verdict of guilty, and fixed his punishment at confinement in the genitentiary for a period of one year and eight months, and he is already serving his time. These are two good examples of how all the despoilsers of the womanhood and girlhood of our country should be dealt with, although the penalty is altogether too mild. and cattle buyers are very numerous. It is thought by the farmers, that both combined will be the cause of a short crop this season. Mr. Robert Bailey, who has been in school at Berea, Ky., has returned home on account of measles. We are informed that Mr. Sam Coffey has sold his farm to Mr. 0. A. McKinley, consideration $850. . -. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 1 CO- - relatives. Mr. Tom Wilson, the frell known fine horse man, of Cave City, was in our community last week looking after horses. Mr. Robert 0. Keltner's new fence on Main Street, improved the looks of our town considera- In the case of the Common- 2-- 1 1G Eaat Matket Street, Between first and Brook bly. and Maggie Moon, of Leatherwood community, visited Mrs. Strong Hill last Saturday night and Sun day. Messrs. H. A. and J. W. Walk-e-r, of Columbia, were here last Monday looking after some mat-'tepertaining to their father's Misses rs -- Mary Breeding estate, Sparks, the well 'Charles .known mail contractor of our town, bought a combined horse :from J. L. Walker, of Columbia, last week for $65.00. Uncle Charlie Yates and Mr. D. C. Wheeler, have the finest mule colts of this part of the wealth vs John Wethington, charged with hog stealing, the defendant confessed, and the jury of course found him guilty, and he being under the age of twenty-on- e years, Judge Carter, sent him to the House of Reform at Greendale, Ky until he arrives at that age. The Grand Jury was in session just nine days and returned 41 indictments only 3 of which were upon Felony charges. Whisky has about taken its flight from Casey County, since Judge Carter went on the bench, and it is seldom you see a drunken man on the streets, that is, during court, and of course that is the only time I am here. Fred McLean. Have Goff Bros, to break your gar- den. 20-2t Louisville, Ky. The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. The April American Magazine. One very interesting contribu tion to the April American Magazine is a report showing exactly how Scientific Management is working. Now that agitation of the matter has somewhat sub sided, definite results have been Courier-Journ- al The "Distinctive" Store For i obtained in factories where the invention has been put into actual operation. One of the cases reported is that of a Government Arsenal; where, since the adoption of Scientific Management, the coat of molds to the Government (that is, to the poeple) has been reduced from $1.17 to $.54. The daily earnings of the molder have been increased from $3 28 to $5.74. Floorifand Wail Coverings Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum Wallpaper and Draperies When in Louisville come in and see our splendid Assortments and how well we can serve you with reliable qualities at moderate prices centrally located "What My Boy Knows" is the title of a remarkable article whit-te- n by a city father who, because Jamestown. county, so far. of what he has found out about his sixteen year old boy, has deMiss Nora Sherrill is having The wife of preacher John cided to move away from the city an extended visit with relatives Wooldridge passed from earth to to the country. and friends at Greensburg, Camp Heaven on the 18th inst. 1 re"The Autobiography of a bells ville and Lebanon, at this member when we used to have Theatrical " "The writing. Wanted: A boy to work his way our cottage prayer meetings she Dairy of a Cop," Brand Whit- We had the pleasure of meet through Lindsey-WilsoApply at was a regular attendant and lock's Autobiography and ' 'Health once. leilson & Moss. ing and shaking hands with our praymade such sweet, earnest and Horespower" are other old friend, N. Roach, a very sucBreeding. ers. She leaves a husband, one articles. The "Interestcessful merchant of Toria, while son and one daughter, also a num- ing People" department contains in our town one day last week. Mumps are stilly the order of ber of grandchildren. five short articles full of interestMr. Roach reports his business the day." ' Mrs. Williams is having her ing ideas arid facts, accompavery good. Farmers are getting- busy pre- - home repaired and she is nied by rare photographs. i JBThe Sunday School at this paring for a crop. . to have the work There are stories full of, vitali- place last Sunday evening, EastCourtland Walker died on the completed and get everything in ty by John A. Moroso, Arnold er, was largely attended and as 12 inst with typhoid fever. He good trim so that she can run up Bennett, Edna Ferber, L. C. usual there was much interest was about fourteen years of age. to Lexington for a short visit be- Moice, E. Albert Apple and Henmaifested, and the school enjoyed ry Kitchell Webster. Hogs are high and are getting fore the boats cease to run. the egg hunt after the close, The American Magazine has higher. Miss Josephine Dockery has Messrs. Roach & Roe, of Toria Mrs. been offering prizes for the best Rev. H. J. Macky will preach given up the exchange. were putting up some monumentSharp will become the operator. letters descriptive of "The al work to the grave of Mrs Jno. at West Fork the fourth Sunday. Bravest Thing I Ever Did." The Wheat in this part of the counMiss Emma Bragg and Kate Rose, at Union Cemetery, one d letters are day last week. We understand try is not looking so very good. Simpson are trimming bats and in the April number. they have a good business and Childrens day will be at Breed- getting the goods ready for the Sping Opening. All of the new counterfeit are giving satisfaction to their ing the third Sunday in May. trade. Died on the 17th inst, Uncle The tall White Pine tree in Mrs. money is in the shape of $5 and Mr. Strong Hill received a tele- Moses Steward of the Greenbriar Williams' yard blew down last $10 bills. We should not worry. gram one day last week, from community. He was an old and Thursday night. When we lookWe are glad that the Courier-JournQuanna, Texas, announcing the respected, citizen. His wife died ed out Friday morning and saw has gotten rid of its libel .serious illness of his daughter, just a few weeks ago. it lying prostrate we could hard- suit with William Randolph Mrs. 0. Yates. Mr. Hill left Mr. John Thurman and wife ly refrain from crying as we love Hearst. Editor Watterson says immediately. It is , hoped by returned from Glasgow one day trees s o well. And we have he was misinformed and fthat he Mrs. Yates' many friends in this last week; looked at it for so many years gladly retracts the statement recommunity, that by the time standing there in its tall, beauti- flecting on Hearst, for wliom he Buggy wheels painted and put on The tree was her father arrives, she will . be buggy, price $9.00. Come get them ful grandeur. had always held a most kindly brought from Nashville by Mrs. abetter. while they last. feeling. Anderson News. S. F. Eubank. Elizabeth Jones many years ago. Jehu A. Hobson, Greensburg, Ky., will pay 184t Our friend, Elmer Wooldridge, yon best prices Tor your hogs, sheep or cattle, Write or phone him. was at home for a few days, but Liberty, Ky. has returned to Columbia to purFrom Oklahoma. sue his studies. We advise him The March term of the Casey to "STUDETE BENE." Enid, Mch., 20, 1913. MM Circuit Court closed last WednesOf BOURBON POULTRY CURE The wagons are passing back day afternoon, after a nine days Editor .News: throat cures gapes. A few drops in- - the As my last letter showed up in session, JudgerCarter dispatch- and f durth hurriedly 'taking loads drinking water cures and diarrhoea your paper, I will" come again if es business as quickly as possi- of lumber to the river and re and otherchick diseases. One " 50c bottle makes 12 At all druggists. ble,' and quite a number of cases turning with loads of irferchan- 3ou wJU permit me. Sample and booklet on "DIs-Kiiactioi sent .titEE. s Mar,ch is over and were removed from the docket dise etc. Bourbon Remedy, Co. Luisgtos, lj. x. c iias been a "howling success" so) Three felony cases were ' MisS MqIUb-- fealdwell represents E. far.tkThe weather man seems to namely, the case of the Com- put through Aviators are & Co., Plorists, Louisville, irJyf working overtime, it don't monwealth, vsTom Miller, charg Walker rigid test. Flexible and resilbe When in need of nowers,call her ac a thing until it starts ed with seduction, the jury found the Exchange. ient tests, would be better. nish one Press-Agent,im-pota- nt exceed-inglyanxious . Hubbuch Bros., & Weilendorff Incorporated 522 and 524 West Market St. Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. Birdseve view of our Plant aK-3g--S- 'vX 'l-.y- J "- " "Largest in Dixie " prize-winni- ng pub-ishe- W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. Incorporated Columns, Windows, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. 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