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Russell Creek Items The health of this community IS very good at this writing. Mr. J. R. Cundiff' s family have all recovered from a bad spell of measles. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burton of were visiting in this locality Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Luther Smith was visiting relatives in Louisville last Sunday. Mr. Gradjville. Last Sunday evening there wasan in Last Monday night week Press Milfonnal mass meeting at the court- ler's grocery store in this place was house to take steps to raise relief broken into, as was reported in our funds for the storm and flood suffer- last issue, and a lot of money stolen ers. The court auditorium was full of from the cash drawer. Tuesday mornpeople and they were there for the ing suspicion rested upon Charley Boone Miller and John Lee Cooper, purpose of giving. After stirring talks by Rev. J. H. both colored. Sheriff A. D. Patteson Chandler and Eld. Z. T. Williams a collection was taken and $102.72 raised. The money will be sent to the Red Cross Society to be placed where the needls the, greatest. This town never fails to respond when a calamity comes. Some years ago when parts of China were flooded, drowning thousands of people, Columbia sent one hundred dollars. For Sale. First Grade. Virgie Hawkins. Second Grade. Mabel Rosenbaum, Marshall Paull. Third Grade. Mc-Gah- a', Mary Summers, questioned Miller closely and he confessed t o knowing o f the robbery, stating that the Cooper boy went into the store, got the money and gave him a part of it to keep quiet. Cooper was then arrested, and last Wednesday afternoon he was given an examining trial. He was held to await the action of the grand jury, his bond being fixed at two hundred dollars. Fourth Grade. Nellie Simms, Estelle Denny, Frances Strange, Eva Walker. Fifth Grade. Important Notice. I have placed my stallion, Black Farms in Taylor and adjoining counties. Also nice residence property in Chief, No. 3S06, under the care of Ike Campbellsville. Real Estate Agency before buying. Office in the WoodBldg. 19-t- SeetheN.W. Miller f Campbellsville, Ky. Ad. Sunday Services. day for any one pastors. However there of the local was preaching at the Christian church and at the Methodist church. Eld. Mont Gabbert filled the pulpit at the former church, preaching a very entertaining discourse. The song service was of special interest. Rev. J. H. Chandler, the regular pastor, delivered a strong sermon at the Methodist church, his subjectrbe-ing- ; "Giving to the Lord." The discourse was pointed throughout. Every money grasper in this community should have heard it. it was not a regular Last Sunday being the fifth Sabbath on hands a full stock of coffins and caskets, also robes; hearses. Prompt service night or day. Phone 29. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia, Ky. Ad. How the Vote Stands The following is the standing of the candidates at the Parlor Circle, up to and including last Saturday night: I keep Sulliven, who resides near Gresham, Green county, Ky., where he will do service. Black Chief is, beyond doubt, the greatest stallion ever produced in this section of Kentucky, being from one of the most popular families yet known both on sire's and dam's side. He has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief, 1361, by Bourbon Chief, 967, by Harrison Chief, 1606, by Clark Chief. Ball Chief's first dam, Louise Cabell, 5900, by Red Squirrel, 53, second dam by Juella G., by Jewel Denmark, 90, third dam Dew Drop, by Artist, 75, fourth dam by Cabell's Lexington. Ball Chief is four years old, a red chestnut with prominent star in face, left pastern white. He is scant 16 hands high with plenty of substance and as much style, finish and action as any living horse. He is a show horse of the highest type as he has thoroughly demonstrated having been shown from a colt without having met with a single defeat. He has met and defeated some of the best horses in Kentucky. Before booking your mares read his breeding carefully and take a look at him and I feel confident you will be convinced that 'he is in every way worthy of your careful consideration. Fee 825 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled, mare parted with or removed from neighborhood. Thanking you for past fovors, I am Yours Very Respt., A. S. Chewning. Wallace qoffey, Otho Miller, Allen Eubank, Lawrence Antle, Parilee Helm, Corinne Breeding, Nell Hancock, Martha Grissom, Mary Winfrey, Stella Antle. Seventh Grade. Bonnie Judd, Mary D. Patteson, and two daughters, were visiting' at Disappointment last Sunday. Quite a number of hogs went out of this neighborhood to the market last week, at 7c, and some are engaged for the first of May at 7c. Mr. Bob Hood, attended the singing at Zion last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlette Hood, Owen Wilson attended the Easter hunt at Disappointment and Green county. reported a joyful time. Mr. James Suddarth was visiting at To the Yoters of Adair County. Jerico last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Malissa Christie, of this place, Plenty of mumps in our midst at was a very happy woman last Sunday. this time. years old and ber She was sixty-si- x J. R. Tutt, of Milltown, was here children, grand children and friends on business last Friday. surprised her with a smost delightful dinner. Those present were: Mr. G. B. Yates, of Ozark, was in Dulworth and family, of our community one day last week. James Green county, Lum Christie and famMr. and Mrs. J. Rodgers, of Pickett ily of Green county, Woodson Carr visited the family of Mr. B. B. Dulin and family of Taylor county, Will last Sunday. Dulworth of Adair county, Charles Mrs. Walter McCandless and son, ot Walls and family of Columbia, Junius Columbia, visited relatives here a few Pickett and wife of Columbia, J. H. Young and wife, Columbia, G. C. days of last week. Grissom, wife and children, Columbia, Quite a number of our people atJ. B. Russell and wife, Columbia, J. tended the singing last Sunday afterJ. Simpson and wife, Columbia, J. B. noon conducted by Prof. J. Y. Dudley Coffey and wife, Columbia, A. Hunn Mr. J. R. Yates received a telegram, and family, Columbia, Larue Montgomery and wife, Columbia, L. T. from his brother, Thomas, of Mo., anNeat and wife, Columba, Mrs. Nolan nouncing his serious illness. Mr Montgomery, Columbia, Mrs. James Yates started immediately. Goff, Columbia, Miss Ada Sublett, Remember there will be preaching at Union the first Sunday in April, by the pastor, Rev. J. S. Crawford. Everybody invited to attend. Mr. Nat Walker, one of our pros- Letitia Paull. Eighth Grade. Creel Nell, Minnie Ingram. Ninth Grade, Kate Cooper. Tenth Grade. Grace ConoveT, Dexter English, Mary Myers. Eleventh Grade. Nellie Tarter, Leonora Lowe. The ninth grade honor roll, by mistake, failed to appear last month. Followiing are the names: Rex Holladay, Clay Smith, Miss Flora Hutchison, of Columbia, was visiting Misses Ruth and Annie Fellow Citizens: I am a candidate for County Judge Lizzie Squires, last Saturday night of Adair county, subject to the action and Sunday. of the Democratic voters in August Miss Nina Smith and Messrs. John primary. If the voters think that I Smith and Henry Moore, accompaned am qualified and would make them an I Miss Mattie Young last Saturday, to efficient officer if elected, I would be perous farmers who has been confined in Columbia, with rheumatism for the past week or so, has, recovered aud is able to be on his farm again, Joppa. Mr. Robert Caldwell, of Milltown, visited Will Ed Squires last Sunday. Miss Helen Smith was visiting in Columbia last week. Mrs Jennie Smith returned home last week after a pleasant visit in Indiana and Texas. Miss 'Pearl Cox returned home last week after a pleasant visit with her sister, in New Albany, Ind. Mr;. Charley Browning and family, of Bliss, were visiting Mr. George Todd's family last Sunday. Rev. Huffaker will preach at Hutch ison's school house the second Sunday in April, at 11 o'clock, and Bro. Rice will preach at the same place the third Sunday. m Kate Cooper. Special Notice. Having sold an interest in my store to Mr. W. H. Gill I want to thank those who have patronized me and Dora Eubank Mary Smith Nell Tarter Margaret Lovett Eva Walker 18,000 16,100 7,400 4,700 800 Millinery at Gadberry. new line of up You should see-mMillinery at once. I can furnish you the very finest hemp, pana-mchip and petite hair-brai- d hats at the lowest price. Ladies cordially invited. y te to-da- a, Mrs. R. W. Hurt. The late Louisville mail failed to reach here last Wednesday night and Thursday neither of the Louisville The mail mails arrived. this place on time, but could not cross the river. For two days water, four or five feet deep was running over the pike at Green river bridge. are in the market as purchasers of cattle and hogs. Clint Smith & Co. 22-- 4t left Wanted The public to know we Quite a number of farmers were damaged last Wednesday on account of high waters in Green river and Russell's creek. This last rise has retarded the rebuilding of the Green river bridge at Plum Point. YOU CAN'T BEAT 'EM. flock of 100 S. C. White Leghorn Hens produced 2,037 eggs during iast month. Now is yourjime to buy eggs for hatching. Price 5c each. J. 0. Russell. My The number of voters in Adair county, as shown by the assessor's book, 3,518. Total assessed value of property, $3,250,104 Total taxable property S2,735,923. For Rent. 4h A(j acres good bottom and.- limestone land in i mile of Columbia. 50 - G. W. Dillon. guarantee satisfaction in every way. I want to say in this connection that if you owe me an account you will please call and settle. I don't want to cause you any extra trouble and expense and you can avoid it by paying at once. This is final and you need Mr. Charles Herriford, whose mis- not wait for any further notice from fortune was reported in last week's me. The next notice might cost you News, died at his home, in Herriford something. Please don't allow this. Bottom, Russell county, last WednesVery Respectfully, day night. It will be remembered 22-- lt . Geo. E. Wilson. that he was xaf ting and that he got one of his feet cut so badly that amMarriage Licenses. putation was necessary. His death was the result of the .accident. He was about fifty-fiv-e years old. County Clerk, Walker Bryant, issued the following marriage licenses Horse and Jack for Sale during the month of March: L. V. Burton to Verna Burton. W. M. I have a good horse and Jack for Oscar McElroy to Ada Burton. Parnell to Dellie Rogers. sale. The horse is three years old and Ed M. Gowen to Sarah Wooten. is broke to harness. Is well bred. nenry Bradshaw to Mary H. Gibson. The Jack is black, one of the best breeders in the county. Will sell at a Notice. bargain. J. C. Browning, 22-Milltown, Ky. Don't fail to take a look at the faMr. Jo H. Barger, one of the best mous Duke of Adair, Y. M. Eppercitizens of Russell county, has sold his son's fine Combined Saddle and H landed estate, near Esto, and will reStallion on the square in Colummove to Adair county this week. For bia, Monday, April 7, county court the present Mr. and Mrs. Barger will day. Notice his eyes, size, style and Mr. M. O. finish. If you want something live with their either Stevenson. As soon as Mr. Barger to sell or keep, it will pay you to breed can find a farm for sale that will suit to Duke of Adair. Ad. him, he expects to make a purchase. He and his estimable wife will be valMiss Louise Davis, daughter of Rev uable acquisitions to any community. Pat Davis, and Mr. Andrew Moore, son of County Attorney C. R. Moore, We have a thoroughbred Jersey of Simpson county, eloped from male, entitled to register, which we Franklin. Ky., last Thursday and will stand at our farm. One dollar were married at Nashville. There at the gate. were no objections to the union, the Garrison Bros. young couple wanting a trip. The 22-bride is a niece of Mr. Fayette Davis, this county, and also of Judge N. II. The last page of this paper is taken Moss. up by Russell & Co. They are offering great inducements. If you want Notice. bargains call at their store and see their immense stock and you will cerAll persons indebted to me are retainly be pleased in quality and prices. quested to come and settle as soon as possible. The condition of my health The freshet left the pike at the requires that I close up my business. Green River bridge in bad condition, Resp'o't. Ad. manv holes being washed. Work of t. Jas. T. Page. repairing commenced immediately after the waters had receded. There was a heavy shower of hail Mrs. Clayton, who was 83 years and here last Wednesday. Many of the somejlays old, died near Jamestown stones were as large as pullet eggs. last Thursday. Her maiden name One stone was picked up at this was Ross and she was reared near office thatf weighed two ounces. 2t trust to still merit their patronage. We expect to keep what the people want in the way of groceries and will Take Notice. My books are in the hands of Mr. Bruce Montgomery, at the First Na tional Bank. I am anxious to get my last years business settled, and I would consider it a favor if those who are indebted to me will call at once upon Mr. Montgomery. 22-3t Ad. A. S. Chewning. Death of Mrs. Daisy Judd. ness, at her late home, Cane Yalley. She was about 24 years old, and a daughter of Mrs. Harriet Cundiff, and was born and reared in the communi- Last Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock Mrs. Daisy Judd. who was the wife of Robert Judd, died, after a long ill ty where she died. The funeral serv- ar-ne- ss son-in-la- ices were held Wednesday forenoon, and the interment was in the Cane Yalley cemetery. A large circle of relatives and friends attended the last sad rites. Besides her husband, she leaves one child, her mother and several brothers. The surviving members of her family have the sympathy of the entire Cane Yalley country. May God comfort those who mourn, and may the little one, who will not have the care of a loving mother, be reared in the fear and admonition of the Lord; and after a while it will understand why ' the dear mother was taken. Mrs. Blakey Dulin, for several weeks during the winter, was thought grateful and thank. Jhgm for their by every one who visited her, that she could not possibly live but a few day3. votes. We are glad to note that she has been i promise if elected a faithful dis- imprsvifig lor the Jast month, and It charge of the duties of the office and to use every effort in the interest of looks very much at this time that the people. I would exert all my in- she will be up again in a short time. fluence to economize and promote the Mr. W. L. Grady, the tfelMtnown. interest of the tax payers. And there- stockman of our town, sold a. young fore I am opposed to the issue of bonds Jack to some patties county for any purpose, and I am also opposed for 3500, and also a pair. of. to the consolidation of schools because mules, to stockmenf Hart county it would cost the county a vast sum to for 3440. These prices ought to conbuild houses and furnish transporta- vince any one what extra fine stock tion for the pupils to and from school. will do. I know that the county judge hasn't Mr. Charles Sparks, the n much voice in school affairs, but probably some of the voters would like to mail contractor of our town, has reknow how a candidate stands on these cently purchased him a farm almost adjacent to his house and lot. Thi3 questions. Sparks up with a nice, comA Judge should be impartial and do rounds Mr. fortable home. His purchase of land justice to all the people the poor as was from Geo. E. Nell, aud he paid well as the rich. In politics I have 81,350. Well worth the money. always voted the Democratic ticket, and I might say my Democracy was The high wind and heavy rains of inherited from my ancestors. But if last week gave our people a little elected, I would mete out justice to scare, however no serious damage was the best of my ability to all, irrespect- done, our creek was past fording for a day or so and our mail failed to reach ive of party affiliations. us, telephone wires all together and Ad. Yours respt., our communication was very limited. J. W. Tupman. A few of our people living near the Gov. McCreary has appointed Dr. creek left for higher quarters. Joel B. Scholl, of Russell county, a Mr. Zed Akin, one of Sparksville's delegate to represent the State of Ky. at the National Good Roads Federa most prosperous farmers, was in our tion, to be held at Birmingham, Ala. midst a few days ago wearing a handsome suit of home made gray mixed April 24th and 25th. janes. It is so seldom we see any of that kind of wearing apparel, we Notice. were compelled to compliment it. Mr. Akin is very proud of the suit We will drill wells in this connty because his mother made it for him for 75c per foot and furnish casing. fifteen years ago. We can drill any size hole from 5 One of the best telephone operators' inches to 7 inches. We cannot say how long we will run at these prices. in the county any where, and takes If you need any work done now is the the greatest pleasure in accomodattime. We have a good machine and ing the public is no less than our can do good work. All kind of pump friend, Uncle George Akin, of Sparks-vill-e community, who was in our midst work done at a reasonable price. last Saturday looking hale and hearty, Dixon & Spears. and looking after the lines that come Buggy wheels painted and put on into our town that he was directly inbuggy, price S9.00. Come get them terested in. while they last, Ad. For Sale. S. F. Eubank. two-year-o- ld well-know- The Fiscal Court of Adair county Baled hay. Good, any quantity, deopened this, Tuesday morning. A livered to you. Phone great many claims will be presented J. W. Walker, during the week, and it is likely the Ad. Columbia, Ky. bettering the condition of the county roads will be discussed before the accepted the agency for J.R. Court. 3t Miss Eva Lay. who has been emFor Sale. ployed in this office two years, cendered stay her resignation last week. Her Bailed Hay and Straw, Boards, secin the office was exceedingly pleas- ond hand Buggies, Harness, and Bugant, as she was perfectly agreeable, a gy wheels. Will buy or sell a good good compositor and a good make up. horse or mule. In whatever calling she may engage 22-Goff Bros. in she will have the best wishes of the entire News force. Mr. W H. Goff has removed to the residence recently purchased from Mr. I have a Jersey cow with young calf J. S. Breeding, on Burkesville street, for sale. near the square. 3t 22-- t E. F. Mullinix' Columbia, Ky. 21-2- Malvin Hale, a young man about years old, died at Russell twenty-on- e Eld. Tobias Huffaker will preach at Gadberry next Sunday, forenoon at II Springs last Wednesday night. o'clock.. The neighborhood is cordialIndian Runner duck eggs, 45 cents ly invited. for Is, fawn color. Mrs. J. W. Tupman. A MissXawless, a sister of Mr. Otho wife of Oliver Willis Lawless, died a few days ago near .Borneo the ' Jamestown. .March '27th, a daughter. Creelsboro. Wanted: A through once. boy to work his way n. Lindsey-Wilso- Apply NeTlson & Moss. at Ad. county candidates will talk to the e people at the daycounty court, court-hous- It is reported that a tnumber of the Mr. Geo. R. Miller, brother of Mr. "Breeding" property, near the square Henry Miller, was in the flooded dis- I keep corn, hay and other feed stuff trict of Ohio when the crisis came. for sale. Mr. Miller lives in Louisville, and all W. H. Goff. communication being cut off, his wife 22-became very uneasy, but Saturday night she received' four letters from On account of our advertisers takhim, showingithat he was safe. ing up space this week a great many communications necessarily go over. Duck Eggs for Sale. Strayed A black sow shoat, weight about 75 lbs. Will pay for any inforSetting of 13 Indian Runner Duck mation of same. eggs for 50c. J. W. Walker. 22-22-- lt Lula Todd. 2t , 2t I have removed my livery from Coffey Bros, stables to the barn on my ville. Ad. I have Watkins Medical Co., in this county, and will make a home to home canvass. You will find these goods at any 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 Corbinand Strange's store, Sparks-v Respt. S. G. Denny. County The Fiscal Court of Adair is now in session. John A. Hobson, Greensbar, Ky., will pa you best prices for yonrhogs, sheep or cattle, Ad. Write or phone him. Russell's creek got out of it's bank;- - last week. Miss Mollie Caldwell represents E: Walker& Co., Florists, Louisville, Ky. When indeed' of fiowers,c : her a Lite ' next Mon Flood and storm news can be found County Court will Monday. on our second page. ' convene next Exchange. Ad& J?- - 'rV "9 j THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS DESTRUCTION Drown and Kill Thousands of Peo- ple and the Property Loss Runs Into the Millions. Chestnuts as Food. The Mayor of Dayton, in an appeal made to the Mayor of this The absence of Indian corn as city, reported at 8 o'clock to- an article of diet among the poornight that the water is thirteen er classes in France is, to a cerfeet deep in the Union Station in tain extent, replaced by the pop- JUDAS NO. lfeitllAW 76,284. !"$ffH ular chestnut. The ordinary way of cooking them, says a consular report, is to remove the outside GREATEST DISASTER EYER KNOWN. shell, blanch them; then a wet cloth is placed in an earthen pot, The following is from Wedwhich is almost filled with raw nesday's Courier-Journa- l. It is chestnuts. They are covered with only a meager account of the a second wet cloth, and put on great flood in Ohio and Indiana, iltife?v 9Erotffl the fire to steam. Hot steamed damages in other and the storm chestnuts are carried around the parts of the country: city streets in baskets or pails. From 2,000 to 5,000 persons The majority of the working peoare reported drowned at Dayton, ple, who usually have no fire ear 0., the result of the breaking of ly in the morning, eat them for the reservoir walls and the levee their breakfast, without milk. banks and the inundating of the Physicians state that, as an arcity. Of these 400 are school iiflp4 "sr'cri'PHBBIP iP Ie3 liK. fB' "v ''IfflaHrt 5r ticle of food, chestnuts are whole children, believed to have been some, nutritious, and fattening. destroyed when the building in These nuts are often used as a which they were housed was subvegetable, and are exceedingly popular, being found on the table merged. Bodies of the dead are homes. o and wealthy. of the reported as floating in the streets Rumors have been received of They are served not only boiled, j " .. jgpypjj.jjiyiiijM , and the river has carried more loss of life in the villages, but but roasted, steamed, pureed, away. Gov. Cox's information and as dressins for poultry and these lack confirmation. is that 30,000 are homeless. Indianapolis, March 25th. A meats. Chestnuts are also made into bread by the mountain,peas-antry- . At Delaware, O., the dead may Western Union Telegraph operatgo to 100. A catastrope is reThe above picture is a natural photograph of JUDAS the famous PER-CHEResor at Brookville, O., ported at Hamilton, O., in which tablished communication with STALLION. He will make the season of 1913, at my barn one mile COMMISSIONER'S SALE. hundreds are said to have lost the Associated Press office here. east of Columbia, Ky., on the Sommerset road, for the sum of $10.00 to insure their lives, but these reports canHe said: ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT a living colt. not be confirmed. Loss of life "Practically OF KENTUCKY. half of Dayton is DESCRIPTION: Judas is a 5 year old Percheron, a steel gray, weighs 1700 pounds and is 16i and suffering are general throughJames Garnett &c, Plffs. 1 under water from thirty to forty j vs hands high. He is a perfect model and a world beater. Remember that every farming country in the out Ohio, with bridges gone and feet. At the lowest estimate C. R. Payne &c, Dfta. and world wants the Percheron horse. The leading mule producing States are raising the mules from the One hundred traffic stopped. f two hundred lives have been lost. R. Young, Plff. vs Percheron mares. See this horse before you breed. I will gladly show you his certificate of registrathousand are reported homeless J The city is without electric lights, C. R. Payne &c, Dft. in Indiana, with 200 deaths reBy virtue of a Judgment and Order tion and Pedigree. street car service or water serported at Peru. Indianapolis is of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renMoney due when colt is foaled or mare traded or removed from neighvice. It is impossible to esti- dered at the January term thereof, in darkness, without fire protecmate the damage. There is much 1913, in the above causes for the sum of borhood. tion, and all utilities out of comsuffering and the people are in 8488.01 and $91.15 and the further sum AH care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. o f S693.93 and 346.20 costs mission. Evansville fears inunclothing. All herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale need of food and dation. e door in Columbia, bridges have been swept away. at the Ky., to the highest bidder, at public The first resume of the cost in There is no communication with auction, on Monday, the 7th day of lives and dollars of the Omaha the outside world. Many per- April, 1913, at one o'clock p. m., or storm of Sunday, last night's sons were caught in their homes thereabout (being county court) upon a DENTAL OFFICE credit of six months, the following dereport showed that more than with all avenues of escape cut scribed property, A certain 40 200 lives had been suffed out in rising and foot strip of land extending from the Dr. off. The water still is turnpike in Columbia, Ky., to the the city proper and not less than a heavy rain falling. DENTIST Stanford road will first be sold, and fifty in surrounding towns. The Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. Fort Wayne, Ind., March 25. proceeds applied to the payment of said NFXT TO POST OFFICE Garnett's debt. And then I will sell injured will reach almost 500. More than 3,000 homes in the 9 Columbia, Ky. acres of land situated in the Relief work has been well organg suburbs of Fort town of Columbia, and adjoins said 40 RES l'HOXE 20. three oitice i'hoxe os ized, but a three-inc- h fall of snow Wayne on the North foot are submerged this morn- samestrip conveyed to side, both being C. R. Payne by lands caused greater suffering. Sums ing, the last to go under being Mary M. Garnett &c, by deed dates aggregating $1,000,000 have been WELL DRILLER Lake Side, which was protected September the 11th, 1906, for the payment of the remainder of said Garnett's offered for relief work. The by dykes along the St. Joseph and said Youngs debt, but there is re I will drill wells in Adair and wrecked district has been placed and Maumee rivers. There have served from the sale the portions of Kentucky, under martial law by the Federal said tract conveyed to John Sandusky, adjoining counties. See me bebeen frequent breaks i n each Solomon McKinley, S. P. Overstreet, fore contracting. Latest soldiers, even the city police bedyke and the water is flowing S. D. Barbee, J. S. Bleeding, J. H. machinery of all kinds. ing denied admission. windows Pelley, Charlie Sandusky, Mrs. Pricilla Sells A Oar Load Of Buggies into the second-stor- y Every Dohoney, John Parsons, Sam Barbee, Wind and rains caused an esti- of Pump Repairing Done. Give the homes. and Charles Herriford, Reference is mated damage of $100,000 in made to the Judgment and order of sale me a Call. Saturday. Last night the City Council at for boundaries of all tracts and porLouisville, the water flooding special session appropriated $5,- - tions of same heirs mentioned. Or C. YATES hundreds of cellars, caving in a 000 for immediate use in reliev- sufficient thereof to produce the sums sidewalks, stopping street cars of money so ordered to be made. For ing the flood sufferers. the purchase price, the purchaser, with and the wind wrenching trees, approved surety or exDayton," O., March 26. The ecute bond bearing securities, must homes, barns and other property. legal interest from Main Street Greensburg was Blocked H. JOjsiES Part of the western section of wind veered suddenly from south day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of judgment. BidVeterinary Surgeon the city was under four feet of to north at 3 o'clock and the fires ders will be prepareda to comply promptfor two hours with Buggies sold water. Firemen and citizens in Vine street sprang up anew. ly with these terms. Ad. and Dentist W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. worked all night. No deaths are There are numerous unconfirmed 5 years experience. Special attention by Wood Lewis. given to Surgical and Dental work. reports of men shooting their reported. Brief Decisions. Office at residence near Graded School families and committing suicide Windstorms are estimated to One error of the egotist's is building. During the day Town Marshall called when they saw escape from flood his notion that the PHOE NO. 7: N. have done hundreds of thousands other fellow is always wrong. of dollars of damage to property or fire impossible. on to clear the street. Indianapolis, March 25. Fall The man who can refuse a fain Kentucky, the largest loss beOttley ing at Paducah, where the mini- Creek bovlevard for a distance of vor in a way to make the asker W. grateful needs no other gift for What is the cause of these Phenominal mum estimate is $150,000. No two blocks was washed out early Httorney-Ht-liac- u success. loss of life is reported, though The waters of the creek In spite of the reputed failure Sales. Will practice iruall tine the injuries of one man may re- are approaching rapidly the most of the lemon crop, there are perCotArts exclusive residence district and sons who will go right on picksult fatally. Columbia, Ky. The flood situation in Pennsyl the residents have been warned ing lemons. Quality, Styles Easy Riding. Many envy the fashionably vania is growing serious. The to move hurridly, prominent, who have little else Residence Phone 13 B dam at Spartansburg broke and Business Phone 13 A in the Stomach. Pains to recommend them, forgetting All Oil City is endangered. REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy If you continually complain of pains that history for the most part N. MURRELL streams are out of their banks in tbe stomach, your liver or your ignores them, Even Beau Brum-m- DR. and hundreds of persons are home- kidneys are out of order. Neglect would be unknown today but man, the Mower and Binder man, the may lead qo dropsy, kidney trouble, DENTIST or marooned in dangerous diabetes or Bright's disease. Thous- for colloquies with a prince who less places. ands recommend Electric Bitters as became a king. Judge. Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g Gasoline Engine man, the Dayton and that according to unconfirmed reports, 5,000 lives have been lost and fully thirty tousand are homeless. . The Hydraulic, a dam at Piqua, has gone out and reports, unconfirmed, say that 540 lives have been lost. The Mayor of Dayton in his appeal asked for food for the stricken people of his city. Xenia has already sent three cars of food to that city. The Springfield officials are now in session and plan to take action for the relief of flood suf ferers. There is considerable suffering in this city, there being fully 500 families driven o u t ot their PSfelSBK " - ih well-to-d- ., ' -- -- fiv.fe to-nig- ht ON court-hous- W. G. McKINLEY to-wi- t: James Triplett Buggies Surreys Runabouts. 1-- low-lyin- Woodson Lewis Greensburg im-yrov- ed J. Saturday June 22nd. n. Tanner to-da- y. ! and el J. A windstorm traveling at the miles an hour rate of sixty-fohit Nashville, Tenn., last night. Windows in the State Capitol were broken and a house unur roofed. Springfield, O., March 25. made. H. T. Alston, of Raleigh, K". C, who suffered with pain in the stomach and back, writes: "My kidneys were deranged and my liver did not work right. I suffered much, but Electric Bitters was recommended and I Improved from the first dose. I now feeliikeanew man." It "will improve you too. Only 50c and 81. Ttecommended by Paull Drug Co Ad. the best stomach and kidney medicine Farm up Stairs. Por Burns, Bruises and Soies The quickest and surest cure for - Kentucky burns, bruises, boils, sores, inflama-tio- n Columbia, and all skin diseases is Bucklen's Arnica Salve. In four days it cured A constitutional amendment L. H. Hafiin, of Iredell, Texas, of a sore on his ankle which pained him so will come before Congress to perhe could hardly walk. Should be in every house. Only 25c. Recommend- mit women to vote for President ed by Paull Drug Co. Ad. of the United States. I Implement man. WOODSON GREENSBURG, KY. i LEWIS 3T- - - ' V.V, i k' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS EVERYTHING IN Value of Good Roads. ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. Summarizing in a paragraph some of the advantages of good roads, a set of resolutions adopted by an Illinois Good Roads Association says : ' 'Improved roads mean better schools and larger attendance, better health and quicker transportation, better farms and more cultivated lsnd, better crops and cheaper transportation, better economic conditions and more producers, bet' Breed To The Best. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- CO- - ter social conditions and less iso lation, better attendance and better citizens, better postal service and closer friends, better business and more consumers, better industries and more employment, a better State and better nation." These are all things quite worth while. Good roads cost money but the returns compensate for the expenditure. found a Cure for Rheumatism 6 Oaat iiatket Street, Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50, Courier-Journ- al Duke of Adair No. 4660 n. The "Distinctive" Store For Floorand Wall Coverings Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum "I suffered with rheumatism for two years and could not get my right hand to my mouth for that length of time," writes Lee L. Chapman. Iowa. "I suffered terrible so I could not sleep or lie still pain at night. Five years ago I began using Chamberlain's Liniment and in DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE: Duke is 7 years old this spring, dark brown or black, 16i hands high and two.months I was well and have not suffered with rheumatism since." has fine style and action. He was sired by old Red Bird 1950, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's LexingAd. ton 3234, he by Grits Black Hawk. Red Bird's 1st dam Liza Griffin, she by Bailey's Dexter, he by Cabell's Lexington. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Duke's 1st dam Maud Bailey 7862, she by Hubble's On Time 745, he by Stonewall Jackson 72, 2nd dam Black Kate, Three States More. she by Red Squirrel 53 he by Black Squirrel 58. Ma-oleto- This combined saddle and harness stallion will make the present season of 1913 at my barn one mile north of Montpelier at $10.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or sold. Duke has proven himself to be a wonderful breeder. He has the best of eyes and heavy mane and tail, the latter he always carries to perfection. He is as sure as anybody's horse, and as to the quality of his colts they can't be beat in this country. I state legislatures have ratified the amendment to the Federal Constitution to proWhen in Louisville come in and see our splendid This fine young Jack will make the season of 1913 at the vide fnr the rlirep.t election of well we can serve you with Assorlments and how same place at $6. for a horse mule and $7. for a mare, to insure United States senators by the ting colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or sold. reliable qualities at moderate prices centrally located people, Such ratification has HAWK is a coal black, with mealy points, 5 years old this broken all records of constitu I I I t st"k nt r r st rt si tional amendments, it having PPrilIs UtU ",ie "eau dlIU eais aiIU CA" ucavy uuuc. ne nas piuveu Bros., & Wellendorff s breeder. been accomplished within two himself to be a Incorporated In both cases all care will be taken to prevent accidents but months. That the remaining three states required to make not responsible should any occur. 522 and 524 West Market St. the amendment effective will act Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. in a short time, is confidently expected by all advocates and Montpelier, Ky. friends of the amendment. The legislatures of Pennsyi but health and physical excel Birdseve view of our Plant vania, Rhode Island, Connecti- lence. cut, Deleware, Tennessee and The April Companion, or Utah are now in session. The course, contains many other lower branches of the legisla- teresting and highly useful tures of Pennsylvania, Deleware, tides. As for example. "A Rhode Island and Utah have ap- Healthy Mind in a Healhy Body," proved the amendment. The by Ralph Waldo Trine; an arsenate of Utah has voted the ticle by John Philips Street, amendment down, but Senator pure Fo0( Commissioner of has asked it to reconsider necticut, who shows house-wive- s and ratity it; and benator Ten- - tne irnnortance of reading labels rose has said, in a recent inter- on the goods they buy; "Chick- view, that he was in favor of ens in the Back Yard," in which riSOc. yC F-! "' ' h. r r' this constitutional change. If Frank A. Waugh, an expert, " Largest in Dixie " This fine Stallion will make the season of 1913 at my barn 2 these two states act as their sen- takes up the subject of raising miles from Jamestown and will be permitted to serve mares for $S.0O ators desire, but one more state poultry on a small scale; "The to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foalded or mare will be required to ratify the Social Problems of a Girl," in traded or removed from neighborhood or bred to other stock. All Incorporated amendment, hence there seems which Christine Terhune Herrick care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. to be good reason for the confi- presents some intensely pratical RAVEN BIRD sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, advocates of the and entertaining advice; and a he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dun Authilia Thompdence of the son, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black h baseball article which will Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings', Columns, change. Grit. Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, he by King Denmark. 3rd dam mothers a number of defi- Bonie, by old Nat Brown Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog The April Woman's Home Com- 8. nite ideas about baseball which RAVEN BIRD is a beautiful mahogany bay, full 16 hands high, 6 years panion. ought to be to small boys at the old, has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times, carries to perfection. He posseses extreme beginning of spring practice. speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever 9 Art features and music are The Woman's Home Compan-ioseen or handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most attractive in its April number carries contributed oy Jessie Wilcox manner. He is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excelon vigorouely and picturesquely Smith. Marion Powers and John lent breeder: its great fight for "Better Ba- Rae The regular departments BILL McFAKLAND. bies" by reporting the story of for Home Decoration and HandiThis Jack is the John Mcfarland Jack, 15 hands 3 inches high, a contest iust. held in Colorado craft, Cooking, and Young Peoand will stand at same place at $8.00 to insure a living colt. Same at which prizes were awarded ple are up to their usual high Louisville, Kentucky as applied to horse. to the finest babies in the state standard of interest and servica-bilit- terms from the standpoint of health. On Main between Sixth and Seventh A special word should be spokThe baby photographs that accompany this article are about en this month about the fashion but at the same time economical ally on her mind, even when they Plans American as attractive as one could imag- department, conducted by Grace and in no way extravagant. are on her back. She carries out this idea with exIf you would stand well with ine. A national campaign for Margaret - Gould. The depart- traordinary directness and sucthe ladies you must give them RATES: g "Better Babies" is now well un- - ment is full of and cess. im your seat in a crowded car. . Fully one hundred m0ney-savin- g ideas for women QuaRer Quibs. American Plan $2.00 and up The average girl is terribly' cities all over the United States, to use in preparing their spring disappointed if a fellow doesn't European Plan $1.00 and up A man who sells his experience both large and small, are plan- wardrobe. Miss Gould's undergo to the dogs after she had reAmerican Plan meals in the South ning baby shows of the new sort lying idea in editing her depart- foV less than he pays for it is a fused him. We serve the best failure. The Cynical Bachelor rises for this year that is, baby ment is to present ways and It's all right to appreciate the remark that the proper time to for shows at which the standard of means for women to provide Ijvvu v...wbu vr WW V.W.. - w a man to mrry is when The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. he ll ' supremacy is not to be beauty, themselves with clothes which one of them. nasn c anytning eise to worry baby shows, j shall be beutiful and fashionable ; A woman's clothes are gener- - him. Philadelphia Record e Herman Steinhilber, Manager as in the Thirty-thre- e Wallpaper and Draperies BLACK HAWK ...,:. l-- tiubbuch y&K a r ." ap o k SX I cv v I nrst-clas- V. M Epperson, ! J i j Con-Smo- ot X.---"- Tf7 " . -- Z&--ty - ipe? S' RAVEN BIRD. W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE lf fur-nin- 1 n y. John F. Wooldridge. and European time-savin- der-way- I .., 1 ,- - 1 , old-tim- : j- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ADAIR COUNTY f THE' JEWS offices Published Every Wednesday - by tbe -- 48 A Adair County News Company. (Incorporated.) " J' CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. ln-re- Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. st Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offic- e as sec-n- d (VED. APRIL 2, THE LATEST. 1918. Conditions at Dayton, Ohio, and other points in that State and also in Indiana, are improving rapidly. Secretary of War Garrison wired President Wilson Saturday afternoon from Dayton, saying that the dead in that city would not reach 500, and that funds and provisions were being distributed to the sufferers. In Indiana there were fifty-si- x persons drowned and four died from exposure. The Ohio river is expected to reach its .highest stage at Louisville today. No deaths have been re ported in that city. The property loss throughout the country is estimated at fifty to seventy-fiv- e million. The first report of the terrible disaster can be found on our second page. to-day- Each copy and the of the Courier-JournTimes 'weighed'tfour pounds, and to mail the editions on time, required more than a'ghundred ex tra men. All the work was done in tKe two offices. Eight wagon loads of papers left the Courier-Journoffice at one time and others followed. Both papers are simply beauties, filled with gederal write ups of the South including the city of Louisviile. It was a big undertaking, an enterprise that evidently cost the publishers thousands of dollars. We trust that theyfmay be well paid for sending to their subscribers two'of the largest, best gotten up, and best written papers ever publfshed in this country. Every person who received a copy should tack the pages 192 each, together and keep them for future reference, as they contain much valuable history. last Tuesday. al sv..:.r" j- - . ;:-- . HM al VULCAN PLOWS Brinley Osborne Disc Harrows. Field Seeds the Best at Lowest Prices. 1 The Jeffries Hardware Co. m? , jii In the proper column of this paper appears the announcement of Gordon Montgomery, a candidate for County Attorney, sub ject to the action of the Dem- m Mr. and Mrs. Everett Murrell ocrats at the August primary. spent Easter Sunday with his Mr. Montgomery is so well and mother, Mrs. Florence Murrell. favorably known throughout our Mrs. Prances Page and son, county as to need no introduc Brack, and Mrs. Jim Woodrum, tion, but in justice to him we onvisited Mrs. of Cane Valley, Easiest to Erect, looks Best, lasts Longest ly state facts that need no comthe Most Satisfactory Fence in the World Banks last Thursday. ment or explanation. He is a There you have it in a nutshell. less repairs, and effectually stops this glad Mr. Ed Vanhoy lawyer of ability, a man of even We are The heavily galvanized special Open drain on your time, energy and purse. store completed. We un"Pittsburgh Hearth Wire is unequalled in toughness, You can buy the present-da- y temperament, deep searching in- has his bought $90 worth of up, and then forstrength and durability. Perfect" Fence, put it paper Mr. R. L to every proposition, and as firm derstand he In It is scientifically constructed and de- get it for years. This is true Thursday. eggs and chickens last Campbell, who resides at Dirigo, signed to meet your needs without waste, You'll spend much less money and unwavering in his convicn buslawyer of Adair tions of right as any man in this for your fencing if you always buy and thereby saves you money. a Mr. Zach Cundiff made a "Pittsburgh Perfect" eliminates end "Pittsburgh Perfect." county, is announced as a candiCampbellsville last State. His knowledge of law, iness trip to Made in Different Styles for HELD. FARM. RANCH. LAWN, date for County Attorney, sub- his calm and deliberate way of Wednesday. IVOQ UUSfCinieeU Vcry T A Piiavanfoorl CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD end GARDEN ject to the action of the Dem- enforcing it, and his unflinch- - The party given at Mr. Ruel Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade ocratic voters at the August pri- able courage have already proven Hutchison's last Saturday night, you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. "Pittsfcursh Perfect" Brands of Barbed Wire: mary. Mr. Campbell is a native, exceedingly valuable to this was quite a success. If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twisted for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 1913 Cable Wire; Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence having been born and reared in Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire Bertha McFarland called on county as its attorney, and, Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Pittsburgh Steel Co. Roofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Ties; the community where he now h merchant, Mr. Ed Vanhoy, Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open a doubt, he has and is our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth material. resides. He is a grandson of measuring up to the full re- last Wednesday. now Mr. Jas. M. Campbell, who lives quirements of the position he J Jj Mt. Pleasant, No. 2. on Harrodsfork, one of the best holds, making one of the best citizens in Adair county, and county attorneys this county has who takes great pride in his The farmers are getting a over were the very pleasant! ever had. As an official he has o n themselves while the Easter guests of the family of grandson and his ambition. no enemies to harass nor friends Young Campbell has been stuweather is pretty. Ed Butler. to protect his sworn duty to dious, and about six years ago Mr. George Cundiff bought a Mr. Edgar Rule made a busiperform as he sees it. Plainer he was licensed to practice law. pair of mules from Sam Breed- ness trip to Garlin a few days still, he is not actuated by love and has been an active member ing for 300. ago. or hatred in official life, nor of the Columbia bar since that Mr. Hard Feese, who has been Miss Amanda Butler spent swerved from the right by friend date. He acquired a good edfor some Easter in Columbia. or foe. As a Democrat he is at work in Louisville ucation as he was growing to true to the principles of Democ time, has returned home to make Mr. Wilbur Smith sold a bunch manhood, and has taught, very of hogs to R. E. Murrell. racy, liberal and fair to those a crop. satisfactorily, a number of who has Mrs. Willie Conover. who hold to different opinions, Messrs. Hardin and Claud Cunschools. He is known to be an to the capacity of been quite sick, is able to be out diff delivered their tobacco to D. and measures active Democrat, having never a man of broad mind. As a can- again. We are sure glad to see W. Gowdy, of Campbellsville, at voted any other ticket, and in didate in the final contest the her. a satisfactory price. every election since he reached county already Democrats of this Miss Linnie Hutchison and his majority he has worked for John W. Butler contemplates know his strength. It is not our Master Frank Callison were visthe success of his party. Mr. NOBLE PEACOCK the best Stallion in Kentucky, will serve attending the opening of Buchanan-Lbusiness to promote but present, iting at Horace Massie's, s i x Campbell has a wide acquaintyon Co. this season for the low price ot $10 00 to insure a living colt. so this is left for the action of miles beyond Campbellsville, last ance in the lower end of the NOBLE is 5 years old 15h hands high, is a beautiful bay Sunday. Mr. Ed Vanhoy's mercantile those who select the nominee. county, and his friends are white hind feet, strictly sound and the best saddle horse I Misses Annie L. Hood, Jennie business has grown so fast that with elated over his candidacy, and John Pierpont Morgan, Amer- and Nellie Butler were visiting he has secured the services of ever backed. He is showing the best lot of colts this spring I ever will log-rofor him until the ica's great financier, is dead. The Micsps Hattie and Bessie Will looked at. Miss Rena Cundiff as saleslady. nominee is named. He is a end came in Rome yesterday. NOBLE is by Jordan Peacock 1148, the best breeder that iams Saturday night. Mrs. Creed Harmon is real.&ick was ever in Adair county, his colt shows at the Columbia Fair3 is gentleman of ability, and those His illness began in Egypt. Mitchum, at the home of her son. William Messrs. who are familiar with his attainevidence of the fact. Noble's dam is by Artist Je a el, 2nd dam Hugh Hatchison and Misses Stora 1. Mt. Pleasant No. ments say that he is well qualThe March grinds have blown by Cromwell Denmrk 73, 3rd dam by Artist 75. There is not a betand Linnie Hutchison attended ter bred stallion living than Noble Peacock, and I will guarantee ified and would make a diligent the measles from our show at Co- Mr. J. T. Banks made a bus the moving picture every good mare that is bred to Noble, to bring a high class colt County Attorney. to They Saturday night. with both ends up. visit every voter in the county iness trip to Campbellsville last iumbia last The church here has employed daught- report a fine show. HIGHWAY and JACK O'DJAIYIONDS and personally present his week. Mrs. Banks and Eld. Luther Young for the presMrs. Manda East bought a $10.00 for mare mules and My two fine Jacks will stand-fo- r claims. He will conduct his can- er, Winnie, visited her father, ent year. He will preach each Mr. Solomon McFarland, Mon horse from Will Vanhoy for 100. $8.00 for horse mules to insure. vass upon high principles, and if first Sundy. McHIGHWAY'S colts sold last tall as high as $120.00. I sold a Miss Ada Sublett spent Saturhe wins in the contest, he wants day, and her sister, Bertha only candidate we have to pair of the 29th day of March, to W. T. Thompson, of The to win upon his own merits. If Farland accompanied her home day with Miss Iva Faulkner. offer at this time is one that Hart county for $440.00. This was two of the finest mules that he is successful his gratitude to to spend a week. wants "bonds," but not road were ever raised in Adair county, and they were by Highway. Mt. Pleasant, No. 3. the Democrats of this county Mr. Hardin Cundiff visited his JACK O'DIAMONPS was 2 years old last fall and islalgood bonds matrimonial bonds. If will be cherished as a high com- brother, Tom Cundiff, of Gamp was sired by G. Y. Thompson's 16 hand Jack, at Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hood and any readers wanting the same prospect. He pliment so long as he is permit- Knox, the latter part., of the Centre, Ky., for which Mr. Thompson has been offeredi$1200. family, Mr. and Mrs. Mont Con- - kind of bonds just come to Mt. week. ted to live. Jack O'Diamond's dam was by Governor St. John a 16 handjrjack. Nonie McFarland visited over, Woodson Montgomery, Esq., Pleasant. Miss When you breed to my stock you are breeding to the best. the Sunday School at Mt. Pleas- Masters Earl and Clarence CunAil honor to the Courier-JournI have been in the Breeding business 34 years, and I do not Skeep ant last Sunday. We are glad to diff spent last Sabbath with the Peafowls Wanted. anything but the best. and Evening Times. families of James Butler and Ed If mare is traded or removed out of the neighborhoods where Two of the largest papers that have visitors. to $2.O0 each she is bred before folding time the season is then due. $1.50 Mr. Henry Cooley and family Hood. ever came from newspaper plants Respectfully. W. T. Hodgen. Mr. and Mrs.W. H. Cundiff in the United States, as regular left for Oregon a short time ago W. L. Grady Campbellsville, Ky. and family and MissHattie Con- editions, came from these two to make their home. "Pittsbiii gin Perfect" Fence 's fence-econom- y. well-know- -- be-beyo- nd "Pitts-burg- 8&S Noble Peacock ll He-expect- s I al THE3ADAIR COUNTYINEWS announce accompanied by herniece, MrsrElmer Wheat and her little son, Maxie, who were en route fOr,Loretto, to see Mrs." me actum 01 me jueraocratjc party Wheat's husband, who is in the rev-in the August primary. enue service. '.'V Miss Mollie Caldwell left last FrU' COTJETY SUPERINTENDENT day for a ten day's visit. She wlff spend a few days in Louisville then go "We are authorized tp announce PROIY'TOBI AS HUFFAKER a can- to "Newcastle where' she will visit at didate for Superintendent of Public the home of her cousin, Prof. J. A. Schools of Adair county, at the No- Caldwell. Miss Pearl Hindman, who vember election. is also a cousin, will spend a few days We are authorized to announce ELI at the Caldwell home, Newcastle. STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate for the Democratic nomination foi County School Superintendent sub ject to the oction of the August pri G. P. SMYTHE mary. .TAMES W. VATTGHAT a candidate foij Jailer o Adair, county" subject to "We u 4 4 are "authorized to t POYAI H r r hi "V k HHIH ji - BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Economizes Butter, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT ABSOLUTELY 3 fegSBtg irll 1 FIRE PROOF EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY tiPSSPV We are authorized to announce the candidacy of J. V.DUDLEY for County School Superintendent, subject to the action of the Democratic voters at the August primary. for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modem Hotel Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. 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 Elecantly Furnished Booms with hot and cold runninc water sind private CI Aft j?J..UV toilet, per day Private Bath, pur day Elegantly Furnished Rooms with appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar M. FOR SENATOR. We are authorized to announce E. COX, of Albany, a candidate tor All notes and accounts are now due Senator in this the lGth Senatorial district subject to the action of the and I need the money. Please come setRepublican party in the August tle at once. It will save yuu a rinn or statement. FOR ASSESSOR. ANNOUNCEMENTS . Ad. W. L. WalRer. For County Judge. are authorized to announce that TANNER OTTLEY is a candidate for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the expression of Democrats at the August primary, We 1913. We are authorized to announce R.A We are authorized to announce A. A Rowes X Roads. MILLER a candidate for Sheriff of WAGGENER a candidate for the Adair county, subject to the Demo- Democratic nomination for Assessor cratic primary to be held in August. of Adair county subject to tne action Born, to the wife of Grover of the August primary. We are authorized to announce Aaron, a boy, mother and baby BURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier, a We are authorized to announce candidate for the Democratic nomina- JAKE CHELF a candidate for Assess- doing well. tion for Sheriff of Adair County, sub- or of Adair county, subject to the acBen Kimbler and wife, Odis tion of the Democratic voters of said ject to the August primary. county, expressed at the August priHolt, Bill and Alvin Pierce went mary. FOR COUNTY CLERK. We are authorized to announce G. Everett Turner and Florence A. BRADSHAW a candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of Adair county, Stapp were married last week. expressed at the August primary. Bellfield Phelps officiated. Sf 1,JU $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 1 Large Sample Rooms with Private Bath, per day Reservation .$2.50 The Cafe is in charcc of Espert3 and the cnisine and service is unexcelled. Our prices are most moderate. European service, but choice of club breakfast, each 3ftr .ouo person 12:C0 to S()n Table d'hote luncheon from JVL 2:C0p. m.,pprpvrM)ti Table d'dote dinner, from 6:00 to CI ft ft X.UU S:0Or.m., per person 1.00 a. m. Rathskeller open from 4:00 p. a. to Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City should be made whenever possible. ROBT. B. JONES, Manacer. GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Mcr. Hotei. Pattkx, Chattanooga, enn. and Hotel Assmr (open May 12, 1913), Atlanta, Ga., under axnc management and ownership. We are authorized to announce Dr. Veare authorized to announce L. N. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a candidate for Judge of the Adair Y. GABBERT a candidate for County County Court, subject to the Demo- Court Clerk of Adair County, subject of cratic voters who will express their to the action said the Progressive Recounty. publicans of choice at the August primary. We are authorized to announce J. W. TUPMAN a candidate for Judge of North last week to hunt work. Herman j 1 C. Tafel 236 W. Jefferson, St. Jailer. Adair county court, subject to the of will of the Democratic voters of Adair I To the Democrats my Adair County, hereby announce candidacy for county, at the August primary. Jailer of Adair County subject to the action of Democrats in the August primarj'. If nominated, I will use all FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY honorable means m my power to advance the interest of my associates We are authorized to announce and if elected will discharge the GORDON MONTGOMERY a candi- duties of the office impartially, I ask date for County Attorney., subject to your support. Yours truly S. G. Denny. tha action of the Democratic voters expressed at the August of Adair, primary. We are authorized to announce LUTHER BELL a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the DemocratWe authorized to announce R. L ic voters of Adair county at the August CAMPBELL a candidate for County primary. Attorney of Adair, subject to the action of the Democratic voters at the We are authorized to announce August primary. Oliver Willis a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Adair County, subject to the action FOR SHERIFF. of the Democrats of this county in the August primary. We are authorized to announce S. H We are authorized to announce JO MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, of Adair county, subject to the action Z. CONOVER a candidate for Jailer of the Democratic voters of said of Adair county subject to the action county, expressed at the August pri- of the Progressive party in the .August primary. mary, 1913 Bill Cook and wife were visitare authorized to announce J. D EUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, a ing at Columbia a few days ago. J. H. Barger sold his farm to candidate for Assessor, subject to the voters at the August pri- C. C. Holt. Mr. Barger will Democratic mary. We announce ERNEST CUNDIFF a candidate for Assessor of Adair county, subject to the action of the Progressive Republican party, expressed at the August primary. We are authorized to move to Columbia in a few days. There was a still born baby at Oris Holt's last week. David Coffey, of Esto, was married last Sunday t o a Mrs Bryant, of French Valley. " ill s Louisville, Ky. AH Things Electrical Write for Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet Telegraph Instrm a, Telophone Medical Electric Light Ivy., Monday. a o w n sine ot the this week. Bill has been in bad Mr. Wade Helm left for Ashland, health for a long time but is ero Personal Bill Price, of Esto, is on the nil 1 Na cheerful. Miss Mary Triplett returned to Oh what a big rain and storm Danville Monday. Mr. Walter McCandless was in Ed- again this week, can't plow much. A young Mr. Hale died last week with consumption. Uncle Dick Sterman, you had better scratch up your corn and bring it to the fire and warm it and maybe it will come up bet V r?r7f o .iiVSL- I "v -- ' mi" j ' hW j"" &imK N r i jkto Jm monton last week. Mr. J. B. Barbee was on the sick list a few days of last week. Mr. J. W. Hurt's condition remains about the same as last reported. Mr. Lilbum Phelps spent the latter part of last week in Jamestown. Mr. A. C. Hill, Glasgow, called to see our hardware merchants last week. Mr. Robert Borders was here from Campbellsville a few daysjof last week. Mr. W. W. Abell, Casey Creek traveling salesman, was here a few days age. Mr. and Mrs. Tim B. Cravens will leave, on a visit, for Tompkinsville ter. Oh the candidates! What will Ss 0 become of this country when every bodv gets an office? Who will work on the farm? I 1 k I -- - - . - - "- - bw"L,s.SEf - - .- - S IH Qssiiiy Sfcpws m Service jwYy i Artist is a beautiful red chestnut, six years old, 15f hands high. You will note from the above that there are few if any better bred Dirigo. Friday. On Account of high waters the Mr. J. F. Patteson was in Louisville last week, purchasing goods for this United States mails failed to market. reach our town last Wednesday. Mrs. Kinnie Murrell, who was on J. J. England has removed to Alexander's Artist, 4517, A. S. H. R., sired by Fayette Artist, the sick list the first of the week, has recovered. his new dwelling recently erect4516, he by Kentucky Artist, 1455, he by Artist Montrose, 51, he Mrs Lee Grissim and three children, ed. by Artist, 75, by King William, 67. who have been quite sick, have about 1st dam, Louise Cabell, 5900, by Red Squirrel, 53. 2nd dam, recovered. R. L. Campbell attended cirJuelle C, 1304, by Jewel Denmark. 70, by Washington Denmark, Mr. Lee Kahn, who travels for a cuit court at Burkesville several 64. 3rd dam, by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's Cincinnati iirm, was here a few days days last week. 1 1 ALEXANDER'S ARTIST. selling. We can t be cf ?etlin those orders unless first I H C v.a.on you buy proves so satis factory tnat you vcild not think of buying an' other. We have io tell you how jcood our wajrons are to rrtt your first order. After that, we expect t''j waon itself to do the fir re ms the hb,fT. vju five Drawugon. ' l - v-- Aa- - to kind ''"'t carevautsell thai order c every ' T IHC wagons 1 veoer I I 1 ew Bettendorf Columbus Steal Km air-dri- ed Stallions in Kentucky. He is a grand individual and in every way M., sister of Mr. J. W. Hurt, arrived as good as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double and a few days ago. single harness, and nicely gaited, in fact he is a combinedjhorse of Mr. A. S. Chewning left Monday high class, and presents a magnificent appearance any where you morning for Ashland, Ky., where he place him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of sad- is engaged in business. Mr. Herbert Smith who is a student dle horses, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $10.00 of Stenotypy, in the Bowling Green to insure a living colt. iMARION. Marion is a blackJack with white points, 6 years old, 15 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most of a first-clas- s excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. The above described stock will do service at my barn in Co- lumbia, Ky. I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a dis tance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $8.00. In all cases money due and must be paid, when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from the neighborhood. All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. The singing at this place last Saturday night and Sunday conducted by Prof. A. G. Hill, Gar-liwas largely attended. Prof. Hill is an excellent singer, and we trust to have him with us again soon. Business University, spent Sunday at Mr. Ace Pelston who recently home. Rev. D. T. Tarter, pastor of the removed from this place to Bliss Methodist Church, Jamestown, was says that he has discovered a in Columbia last Saturday, visiting at new species of rats. He says the home of his cousin, Mr. A. W. that it has been reporredt that Tarter. Mrs. Montrey Dohoney, of Elida, N. n, of last week. fe throughout, in huge i he lumber is sheds ior three years or more before it is used. takes years of time, and leaves the fibres of the wood filled with and cemented .together by the natural resinous residue of the . sap. requires only a few days' time and leaves the wood brittle and weak. produces elastic lumber, wagon parts that bend and give under loads and strains, but that spring back when the strain is removed. Weber and Columbus wagons have wood gears; New Bettendorf and Steel King have steel gears. Our nearest office will furnish you with full information about any IHC wagon. Air-dryi- ng are made cf ejected, h:;!: cradc material Kiln-dryi- ng Air-dryi- ng i 1 1 Cffic;j el Cstimati, 0.; EvaimiUe. Ic i.; KnoiTiHe. Tenn.; SJenj&ir, Teaa.; New Albany, led.; Parkersbars, W. Va. " International Harvester Company of America Chicago (Incorporated) A. 5. CHEWMNG, Columbia, Ky. Kemp was called to last week, to see his brothMr. J. T. Kemp, who was reported er, quite ill. He returned Saturday night leaving his brother greatly improved. Mr. J. L. Cooper and family, who have been living in Columbia for nearly a year, removed last week to Hiduck. Ind. Mr. Cooper is a good citizen andrve commend him and his family to the people of his new home. Mrs. Margaret Tucker, who visited at Jamestown for several weeks, returned home last Friday. She was Mr. G. A. Brad-fordsvil- le house in which he now lives is haunted, but he has learned that SB the supposed haunts are merely rats. He says they actually sing. How to Collect Accounts. He has succeeded in catching Foxes Wanted. says they many of them, and can get along very well without We collect notes and accounts and Grey Foxes S2.50, Eed Foxes 35.00; their music. When the tribe is look after claims anywhere in the Minks S6.00 to 88.00 each; Coons 31.25, " extinguished, he thinks the United States and make no charges and express. Send name of your ex- unless we collect. press office in first letter. haunts that have so frightened y May's Collection Agency, W. T. Hodgen, others .will have disappeared. Ad. "Ky. Somerset, Ad. Box 232 Campbellsville, USA ' Ky. THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS What's The Matter With Your Baby? r The young mother and many an old is often puzzled to know the cause of her child's ill nature. The loudness of its crying does not necessarily Indicate the seriousness of its trouble. It may have nothing more the matter with it than a headache or a feel-ta- g of general dullness. It cannot, of Bourse, describe its feelings, but as a preliminary measure you are safe in trying a mild laxative. Nine times out of ten, you will find it Is all the child needs, for its restlessness and peevishness are perhaps due to obstruction of the bowels, and once that 3ias been remedied the headache, the sluggishness and the many other evidences of constipation and Indigestion will quickly disappear. TDon't give the little one salts, cathartic pills or nasty waters, for these will act as purgatives, and they are too strong for a child. In the families of one, too Farm Notes. 9im(iCtSS9 The Feed a cow according to her capacity. Butchering scraps cut up and Mrs. M. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky., and Mrs. fed raw make a good egg food. L. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxaIt is well to keep grit and lime tive given is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been found to answer most perfectly within reach of the chickrns all all the purposes of a laxative, and its very mildness and freedom from griping the time. recommend it especially for the use of children, women, and old folks generThere is less in the kind of sep ally people who need a gentle bowel stimulant. Thousands of American families have been enthusiastic about it arator you use than in the way for more than a quarter of a century, you use it. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one One great advantage in the dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. poultry business is the quick reW. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Monticello. 111. Tour name and address turns on the investment. on a postal card will do. Water the calf often. He will not be so liable to gorge himself with milk if you do. Daily Pear blight can be eradicated if you thorough, careful and prompt n your work. , WEEKLY -- PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, out x was completely cured. Dy COURIER JOURNAL HENRY WATTERSONj 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 COURIEK--JOURNAL DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS Louisville And The Times News r Adair County daily-pape- Is the best afternoon ed in Louisville. publishWood-ro- w It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wilson for the ashes sets the nitrogen free when ashes come in contact with manure. Time and care spent in the orchard is almost sure to pay for itself and a good rate of interest besides. Silage, in light quantities, is often beneficial to a brood mare as it adds a oit of succulence to the ration. One of the great drawbacks on many farms is the small size and irregular shape of the cultivated fields. The chick that has been stunted will never become a show bird and seldom develope into a profitThe lime in wood able fowl. Do give the later summer hatched chicks a chance to eat their meals without being run over by the older birds For the geese a low shed open to the south is about all that is needed, as geese seem impervi ous to cold weather. Parched corn is a good food every day or so, and warm water is appreciated by the fowls For paper 450 your order to this Courier-Journa- l. Special Attnetfn to Eyes Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Hon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED i you will give or send HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. notjto the 0NBURKSV1LLE Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr l, S6.00 $2,00 Joseph Cj H. w Stone, Attoncy-At-La- unday Courier-Journa- Yr Will pradtice in this and adjoining counties. : We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if yon will write Jamstown, Kentucky this paper. xs;xxsxsxsx Why The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. . The Adair County News and Weekly Cour- Not ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Read The We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for $4.50 per year Gome to the office or maiHn 0. G. HAHDWICK, Pres. J. H. COCKE, V Pres.; 8. H. D1ETZMAN. Sec your subscription. $ . Pyne Mill & Supply Co. Courier ESTABLISHED 1861 I during the freezing weather. Hundreds of trees set every year die because of the neglect of the owners. It is net always the fault of the nurserymen. Dr. L. 0. Howard declared re- centlv that an annual loss of $357,000,000 is caused by disease transmitted by. mosquitoes and flies. INCORPORATED I8S0 ftftlbli WEIGHTS DEALERS IN f mAGHlNlSTS i Journal? HENRY WATTERSON i ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 N. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TrHRTeeiMTtt-MftlLOUISVILLE MOKE STACK C Sheet Iron and Tank Work i I Editor. We Can Furnish You i AH Pesrons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once Sheep that are being conditioned must have some form of green or succulent food, and for this purpose root crops are unexcelled. You may think you know a good deal about how to raise poultry, but the deeper you go into it the more surprises you will find. Meat or animal meal is import- The Adair County News and'ethe JOHBINC1 WORK SOLICITRli ""jS "glagggr of Machinery syKKjP65SV WF All Kinds kcpairwd- Weekly - Courier-Journ- al The Adair County News Courier-Journal and Daily Both One Year For $1.50 ant during the winter months, or when the birds are kept in p- r e e n confinement. Gronnd bone is also good. The pig that is fed corn alone from the time that it is weaned until it is marketed, at seven or eight months ot age, rarely is profitable producer. A. flock of sheep will waste more than hay enough to pay for the lumber to build a good rack in a single winter, if you feed them out on the ground. The poultry man who provides warm quarters for his birds end A Business Proposition. my chauffeur; if I purchase a feeds them well will get eggs steam yacht there won't be the winter through. Not s o enough left to defray the cost of "Here's a nickel," said a manning her; so I guess, mum, many eggs as through the sum-bmore than enough to pay thrifty house-wif- e to a tramp at I'll get a schooner and handle for their keep. the door. "Now what are you her myself. going to do with it?" A bright, intelligent man, a I have a line brand of fertilizer, as "Well, mum," replied the hun- good as is made. Will sell cheap. good manager and a close obrerv er will save more than his wages gry man, "If I buy a touring car Give me a call ' S. McKinley. of work he will .1 shan't have enough left to pay Ad. in the amount The Government - Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week Henderson county is to vote the condition of hi3 team. on the liquor question urder the or Sunday Courier Journal. County Unit law and the cam- Write Courier-JournComA cement floor in a poultry paign of the "dry" people was house has the advantage of bepany, Louisville, Ky., fm launched Saturday. ing easily cleaned, is rat proof free sample copy of edition and does not harbor vermin of Straight at It. you desire, but be sure tc any kind, but it is very cold. There is no use of our "beating send your subscription order around the bush." We might as well For the comfort of the fowls it out with it lirst as last We want this paper NOT to the should be covered with three or you to try Chamberlain's Cough Rem- to edy the next time you have a cough Courier Journal. four inches of clean dry dirt- al accomplish, and in maintaining We can also give libera) combination rate with Daily ut I 2!-- 3t or cold. There is no reason so far as we can see why you should not do so. &3ir. LooK to Your Plumbing. This preparation by its remarkable U E?585 frV33 You know what happens in a house cures has gained a world wide repfl poor con- utation, and people everywhere speak in which the plumbing is in ditioneverybody in the house is li- of it in the highest terms of praise. Ad. able to contract typhoid or some oth- It is for sale by Paull Drug Co. .1 er fever. The digestive organs per'U form the same functions in thehumau The hand that stirs the batter a fiJIado A ?Sew Mart Of Him. body as the plumbing does for the 3 "1 was suffering from pain in my house, and they should be kept in rules the world. stomach, head and back.' writes 11. tirst-clas- s condition all the time. If T. Alston. Raleigh, 8. C. "aad my Cooking is an exact science 1 iver and kidneys did not work right, you have any trouble with your digesDue iour Dotties oi j&iecine .Diners tion take Chamberlain's Tablets and that often gets sidetracked made me feei '"ke a new man. you are certain to get quick relief. PRICE 50CTS. Jm ALL DRUG STORES.! Ad. Pittsburg Christan Advocate. For sa'e by Paul! Drug Co. otric i Vl d 1 - X THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Test every ear of seed corn, we mean, let every ear be a separate test, so that any particular ear of corn ttiat is inefficient in germinating power can be thrown out and thereby help to increase the standard of corn to an almost perfect one. The testing of seed corn is such a -- 7' Frightful Experience. FARMERS' LOSS IN Bad Spells suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was n, almost and had to give up. We had three doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid for 5 weary years Cardui relieved me, when everything "I bed-ridde- -- 1 else-failed.- " TAKB WomanisTofiic If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. They found it of real value in relieving their aches and pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for use, at once, by you. Try it, today. Write to: Ladiet Advisory Dent.. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn., book, " Home Treatment lor Women, sent tree. J 67 for Sjulal Instructions, and ge simple matter that provision for testing seed for fifty acres can be arranged in one day. It will be the most profitable day's work ever done by any farmer. Get busy and let your field show a perfect stand of corn. Every missing hill is that much of a loss arid when a field of corn shows only 70 to 80 per cent., of a stand as they frequently do by reason of bad seed, it means a big loss to the farmer. Drive Sick Headaches Away Sick headaches, sour gassy stomach, disappear indigestion, biliousness you take Dr. King's quickly after Mr. H. E. Warner, representative of the National Biscuit GREAT Company, arrived in Danville this morning from Somerset. He was in the omnibus starting to Lack of Declared the train when the cyclone struck to Be the Cause. that town. There were five others in the vehicle and the driver was riding on top. The wind lasted EXPERT GIVES FIGURES. five minutes. Just as the bus reached the top of the hill, the Professor Coulter of Census Bureau heaviest part of the cyclone came. Has Compiled Some Startling StatisThe driver was blown from bis tics on Annual Loss Sustained by THE SOUTHJS Go-operation LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1913 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BGGER THAN EVER, THE REGULAR PRICE OF The New Life Pills. They purify the blood and put. new life and vigor in the system. Try them and you will be well satisfied. Every pill helps; every bos guaranteed. Price 25c. Ad. by Paull Drug Co. Eec-ommend- ed get everything ready for grafting some It is a good time now to Daily Louisville Herald, Enjoys the largest circulation in Kentucky because it is the best newspaper of the poor varieties of plum and apple in the orchard to more useful sorts. The wax is made by in the State and the people know it. NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports as well as general news, The Herald's special features make it pre-emine- nt 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- melting together four parts by weight, of resin, two parts of bee's wax and one part of tallow. Melt slowly, and when fully liquified, pour part of it into cold water, and as soon as cool enough to handle, pull by hand, well greased to avoid sticking, just as molasses candy is treated. With such wax and the scions on hand early in April, there will be no trouble in changing over a lot of poor trees into varieties that are desired. Grafting is one of the simple arts, and very unskillful work may bring good results, if the scions are fresh, the wounded parts thoroughly covered, and the work done in the first half of 'April. COMMISSIONER'SJALE. seat into an adjoining yard and the bus lodged against a telephone pole. The wind was so terific that the occupants were helpless and almost unable to breathe. The rain came in sheets. When the storm partial ly subsided the driver was found and proved to be uninjured, as he had fallen on a soft spot. As the bus proceeded, parts of houses were found in the streets, electric wires and telephone poles and trees were heaped up in a conglomerate mass and the people had to get out and walk to the depot. Mr. Warner says that the experience was the most exciting one in his life, as all the occupants of the bus were expecting to be killed at any moment. Mr. Warner is assisting in the demostration at McDowell & Banzhaf 's store but is very nervous from his shocking experience, Danville Advocate, to-da- y, Southern Farmers ai Versailles For Past Year a Success. Professor John Lee Coulter, expert special agent in the census bureau at Washington, has compiled some startling statistics in regard to the annual loss sustained by the southern farmers because of lack of The crops of the southern farmers are worth each year in round numbers $2,500,000,000. Most of this sum Is spent for farm supplies, food, clothing, THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS f $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR YOU WLL SEND OROci TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS teas mmiaSmEiLB """:--" AND i -- .i oa THE LOUISVILEE TIMES ' Back numbers of these articles free on quest to all who subscribe now. THE DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD AND ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY National BankColumbia Plff. 1 First Vs I N. B. Kelsey &c Defts. y and N. B. Miller on cross petitionPlff. Vs J N. B. Kelsey &c, Defts. By virture of a judgment and order of sale of Adair circuit court, rendered at the January term, thereof, 1913, in the above cause, for tbe sum of one hundred and forty dollars with interest from the 13th day of Sept. 1910 and $36.80 costs and two hundreds dollars with the interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from the 1st day of May 1908, until paid, and 23 and thirty one hundredths dollars costs herein, I shall proceed to offer sale at door in Columbia Ky , the Court-hous- e to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday the 7th day of April 1913, at one o'clock p. m , or thereabout (being County court) upon a credit of six months the following described property, it four tracts of land lying in Adair county Ky., on the waters of Glensfork creek one tract containing 44" acres will be sold to satisfy the debt of the First National Bank of one hundred'and forty dollars with interest from Sept. 13th 1910 at six per cent per annum until paid and $3G.S0 costs to satisfy the debt of N B. Miller of $200 with interest from the 1st day of May 1908 and $23.30 costs, three tracts will be sold, the first tract contains 119 acres, the second tract contains 51 acres, and the third tract contains 20 acres all fully described by meets and bounds in the judgment and order of sale which is recorded in the office of the Clerk of the Adair circuit court in Order Book No 13 page 299, to which reference is made, the defendant may designate the order in which said lands are ofiered if he so desires. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sum of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply prompt- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Both by Mail for One Year for etc., and 1,000,000,000 of this amount finds its way into the pockets of the ever present middlemen. It is estimated that the southern farmers secure credit by paying in excessive interest each BOTH ONE YEAR twelve months. All of this tremendous waste of money Is made possible through lack of on the part of the gardeners and farmers, while at the same time it makes the city man pay a much higher price for the produce than he THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Coughs and Consumption -.r2SSlS:-SiSr should Coughs and colds, when neglected, Among the men in big business enalways lead to serious trouble of the terprises has been recog- the best afternoon paper prinlungs. The wisest thing to do when nized as the golden key to success in ted anywhere. you have a cold that troubles you is to the twentieth century. organization, however, are get a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis- and close Has the best corp3 of cofrei ' covery. You will get relief from the products of education, and education point in most of our ruis first dose, and finally the cough will ral the weak among communities. disappear. O. H. Brown, of Musca- farmers and growers has failed largely pondents. dine, Ala., writes: "My wife was because the mass of our rural populaCovers the Kentucky field pe down in bed with an obstinate cough, tion has been poorly educated and at and I honestly believe had it not the same time scattered over a wide been for Dr. King's New Discovery, territory. In the future our success in fectly. among organization and she would not be living Covers the general news field farmers, gardeners and fruit growers years as the known for forty-thre- e will He best remedy for coughs and colds. teachers, in better schools, in better completely. wide awake ministers and a Price 50c and SI. Recommended by closer community life. Ad. Paull Drug Co. Versailles is finishing a successful Has the best and fullest mar year in work with its Farmers' Union Supply company. Last kets reports. A Corn Cure Worth Trying. summer 119 farmers and stockmen took stock in the company and its DEMOCRATIC in politics bu success was almost immediate. As the Humanity has suffered with stockholders in this company are large- fair to everybody. corns ever since shoes that pinch ly growers of Burley tobacco and raisers of blooded stock it will be seen the feet have been worn, but that the union can do very little as a SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPThe main work there is no need of even those selling agent been as a buying of the agent; past year has who persist in wearing tight and in this particular line it has been TION RIGHT AWAY a great success. shoes having any more suffering The first year's buying business will amount to about $43,000. Large to this difficulty. The due A Splendid amounts of wire fencing, field seeds, Italian people have less corns farm machinery, paint and coal have Clubbing Bargain and than any other. The reason for been bought both from jobbers busiwholesale men. The first year's Wo Offer the fact is simply because they ness has been good enough for the resort to the most certain corn members of the union to receive G per $163,-000,000 FOR ONLY $4.50. - 1 -- -- to-day- ." S2.75 No fr subscription can be taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or city where that papet is delivered by carrier. to-w- fXTULU , r V Subscribe now. Fearless Ravens. t tunc luuucuiuLicu lavciia the subject of song, story, and superstition. Their fearlessness, trickery, contradictory manners, artfulness, harsh note, ugly form, and beautiful black plumage have formed the theme for many a bird-lor- e story. irernaps uuc ui mc muoi, un-nifacts about the raven is tbat while there is no more shy bird, or one more difficult to get near Postmaster General Burleson rto, when it is wild, none tarofes has been restrained by the Su(more easily, and when tamed is fearless. When wild. preme Court for enforcing at this (he raven will never dare to at- - time the newspaper publicity act. ls ti-aiiT-r tack any bird, but will steal eggs or young, and hover around uttering the most dismal croaks. But once tamed, he thinks nothing of walking up to your dog and using old Towser's back as a sort of penwiper for cleaning his beak, and will often go so far, if the dog is asleep, as to pull the animal's ears and tweak its tail, flying away with a great scurry when the dog growls at him, but returning again in a few minutes to renew the attack. cure known in the world. When an Italian finds his corn is appearing he goes to the lemon for relief. A piece of the juicy lemon skin is tied on the toe completely covering the affected part, and allowing to remain frg?y ",,. there all night, when it is re- Nr moved. The new corn will simply disappear, and the old offender will stop hurting, and OFFICE TCJIOX SUrPIiT COMPACT. in most instances dry up and cent on their stock and also obtain a disappear. In a few cases rebate of 5 per cent upon all purchases the union. where the corn has been a bad made through has just been completed A new mill one of long standing, it will re- and will soon be in operation. This take care the grain grown by quire more than one application. will members ofofthe union and enable the The acid in the lemon reduces them to buy their mill feed at quite reasonable figures. the inflamamtion and the tissues Education in will mean The rem- better roads, better schools, better soon become normal. trustees, better tax laws, men edy is safe, cheap and effectual, r.nd women everywhere inbetter highthe and should be tried by every one ways and byways of our rural who knows what it is to suffer TO RALLY IN LOUISVILLE. with a corn. you ought If go. - The Adair County And The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Kttii'i Year For OnlyP'' Subscription may be new or renewal What The Weekly Enquirer Is It is issued every Thursday. Subscription price cl per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklies of It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtaining the World's events, and for that reason can give you all the leading news. It carries a great amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials market reports. Its nuand reliable merous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. to-da-y. Tnis grand offer is limited and we advise yoa THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS- to ta ke advantage by subscribing for the above right now. Call or mail orders to. cotrt-binaU- on - Ken-(uck- y. Cough Medicine for Children. Two much care cannot be used in selecting a couge medicine for chii-dreIt should be pleasant to take, contain no harmful substance and be most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough u. ly with these terms. W. A Coffey Master Commissioner. Ad. Remedy meets these requirements and is a favorite with the mothers of young children every weere. For Jsale Ad. by Paull Drug Co. to never there, If ever there, you'll want to go. During the Kentucky Educational association meeting, April 30, May 1, 2 and 3, Loulsrflle will be overflowing with teachers, trustees and friends of the schools. The people of the big cities are watching the rural school problem with great interest Louisville was among the first to strive to help In Its solution. GET TOGETHER FOR A BIGGER AND BETTER STATE. and Indigestioa caused me great distress for two years. I tried many things for relief, but got little help, till at last I found it in the best pills or medicine I ever tried DR. KING'S NewLifePHIs C.E. Hatfield. Guy an, W. . 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL ORfSGlSTS. & l 8 the adair:countyinews; BEGINNING MONDAY APRIL 7th AT 8 A. M. RUSSELL & CO. m m Mr SIX DAYS ONLY o (1) C 3O o o - 5 q. 5 Q M i O S3 ! Days Only T3EGINNING Monday April 7, at 8 a. m. until Saturday April 12, at 9 p. - m., we will offer our entire stock in all departments at 10 per cent discount to cash buyers. TVTEVER before have the people of this section of the country had such an opportunity to buy choice merchandise at such wonderfully low prices. Such sales as. this are usually made at the close of the season, but this one coming in the heart of the Spring buying season will give every one an opportunity to get choice selections at unheard of prices. up-to-date , I 03 ft) or CO ft) 03 o o t3 & 3" o ft) 03 P O Q -- s "II7E have the largest and most varied stock of merchandise ever shown in this section of Kentucky, and this sweeping discount applies to to every article in our house. REAT assortments of Dress Goods, Trimmings, Silks, Notions, Un derwear, Umbrellas, Corsets, Leather Goods, Hosiery, Laces, Ribbons, Embroideries, Furnishings, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Linens, Wash Goods, Ladies Muslin Underwear, Dresses, Prints, Muslins, Sheetings, Ginghams, Lace Curtains, Carpetsf Rugs, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Shades, &-Etc. ft) O a 1 o T3 are showing an immense stock of Shoes for everybody, embracing the new last in Men's and Ladies. Oxfords, Pumps, Button and Straps, & Etc. Just think of what this discount means on this line of TB Bench-Mad- o o O o o & --3 Shoes. A RE now receiving from a New York Manfacturer of - o e Clothing, some of the "Swellest" Suits ever shown in Columbia. Our Clothing Stock is unusually attractive this season for Man, Youth T3 and Child. LL the New Spring Styles in Fur and Straw Hats, made to our order Caps, & Etc. LL Goods sold in this sale will be billed to purchaser, and every pur--- " chaser's bill amounting to $1.00 or over will be discounted 10 per cent, for Cash. No goods charged on accounts at these net prices. We O O 7Z o advise you to come as early in the week as possible and stay as long as you need anything. Our experience is that people generally know a good thing when they see it. They, are going to buy these goods at these prices and buy them fast, so don't you be tardy in coming, and miss some good bargains. 4 4 5 V We will have plenty of .Sales People to give you the best of attention 9