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Gentleinen: I herewith submit my report as County Road Engineer for Adair County Ky., for the G months ending March 31, '13. Immediatelyafter the Oct., 1912, term of the Fiscal Court at which time you elected me County Road Engineer. I attended an examination as required by law, and secured from the State Commissioner of Roads a certificate authorizing me to act in the capacity to which you had elected me. Uuder a ruling of the law made by the Hon. Jas. Garnett, Attorney General of the State: immediately upon my return from the examination at Frankfort, Ky., assumed the duties of the office, on Oct., 12, 1912. My first act as County Eoad Engineer was to go over the county and examine the roads, culverts .and bridges, for the purpose of ascertaining as well as I could the needs of the county and the conditions pertaining to roads in each section. I found the roads in a deplorable condition, aew sections only having roads worthy of the name, the main part of the county being traversed by a series of gullies, rocky branches, creek beds, etc., in an almost impassible condition. As required by law I have with the assistance of the Hon. X. H. Moss, County Judge, laid off the county into what we think are convenient and practical road districts, appointing by mutual agreement, from one to three Assistant Engineers in each road district, as the needs of eacli division in our judgment required. For the present we think that these road districts will suffice to give us a chance to put to a practical test the intentions of the I'ramers of the new road law. "We have laid off and described in a book kept for that purpose, the bounds of IS road" districts in the connty, and have appointed the fol- lowing Assistant Engineers: Dist.Xo l, Wm. McKinley. ' " 2, D. M. Moore. '' "3, W. E. Todd. S " ' t "4, " S. T. Hughes. John Dohoney and W Stotts. " 0, June Willis. 5, i son, was swept from the piers and thab, it. either be sold or turned over-tttfe P'ellyton (Kb. 15) road district lodged about 75 yards below, in the as they can use it up there and have river. We have repaired the damage to the secured more benefit from its.use.than bridges at Milltown and Disappoint- any other part of the county. would For the county at large ment creek, supplying new foundaat both, and can truth- recommend that the 'county buy for tions timbers fully state that these two bridges are the use of eaoh road district a small now in better coudition than they grader that the farmers can use with e teams, a working outwere before the washout. The cost of their paid except fit for each district I think should conthis repair has all been SS.50, and the total cost for both sist of 2 or 3 plows of the bull tongue or coulter type-- a small two horse bridges will not exceed $90 In the Green river bridge case at grader--a split-lo- g drag and the and scrapes we now Watson, Granvilje Russell, Assistant Engineer, with the assistance of the have. people living near by has been enabled The system in the management of to save a great deal of the wood ma- the roads as now in practice I regard terial of said bridge, consisting of as an inexcusably expensive one. flooring, sleepers and banisters, which The business of the county, should, I were in drifts along the river, he hav- think, be administered along economiing had it hauled out and stored in a cal lines the same as that of an individual. safe place. In regard to the main span of the When we need a little lumber, nails bridge, the Hon. County Judge audi or other material for the construction have contracted with the Champion or repairing of a bridge or culvert, we Bridge Company to take it out of the are forced under emergency to go to river, assorting the damaged and un- some ona who can snpply us with the damaged as they take it out at a cost needed article and contract to pay to the county of the actual cost .to therefore in most cases a rather exthe said bridge company plus 25 per orbitant price for sometimes, asin the cent., for their profit; and at this time case of lumber, a rather inferior article having the same charged to the the work is about completed. course county, the party furnishing the same We deemed this to be the best for us to pursue, as we had no one in havieg to wait from G to 12 months to this county that was prepared to do get his pay and may be lose 3 or 3 days the work, and besides, when this com- time in getting his oliam allowed by pany, who were the builders of this the fiscal court. AH of this adds to bridge, get it all ouc of the water and the expensiveness of the system and is straightened out, they will be able to paid for in the long run by the people. give us and estimate of what we will In thig connection I would suggest have to procure in the way of hew that you empower your Road Engineer material in order to reconstruct said if you can trust him financially, and bridge, and also give us an estimate of if you cannot you had better get one the probable cost thereof. that you can, to lay in supplies of we wotald recom- needed road material in each In this connection mend that your honorable body ausaid material to consist of lumthorize the raising of the bridge 3 or ber or other mrterial for culverts-nai- ls 4 feet when it is reconstructed, so as by the keg-- or any other supplies to place it above high water mark, as needed in the keeping up the roads it has been demonstrated by this ca- and bridges This would result in a tastrophe to be entirely too low. great saving in my judgment. We would also recommend that the A responsible head is needed in approach on both sides of this bridge every undertaking in life. The road be placed upon cement abutments, question is no exception even if it is dispensing with wooden underproping, the largest one undertaken by manand that Iron runners be substituted kind since they tried to build the for the wood. We believe this will be tower o f Babel, and as your honeconomy in the long run. orable body has seen fit to put me at The new road law stipulates that the head of this road movement and the Coauty Road Engineer gather to- as the responsibility ior success or gether all theroad machinery belong- failure must rest upon me, I request ing tohTcounty and house the same that you stand by me in all that is reasonable in these suggestions and in, when not in use. As the county had no house that my efforts to better the rords in this could be used for that purpose I have county. ordered the Assistant Engineers in I believe I have well matured plans each road district to gather up all the in my mind that will cost bub little to machinery within their jurisdiction carry out that will soon after being two-horstools-picks-shovels Statement of the Ownership, Management, Circulation Etc., We heartily 3thank our customers for their patronage. Now we kindly Of The Adair County News published ask all who owe us a note or an acweekly at Columbia, Ky., required by count to please call at Grady ville State the Act of August 24, 1912. bank and settle at once and olige. Note This statement is to be made Yours truly, in duplicate, both copies to be deliverKeltner Bros. ed by the publisher to the postmaster, Adv. t who will send one copy to the Third Assistant Postmaster General (DivisSpirited Rivalry. ion of Classification), Washington, D. O, and retain the other in the files of 23-2- annual baseball tour last week, playing three games. They made tlte trip in Mr. Myers' big auto aud enjoyed it very much. At each place they were treated royally and have nothing but praise for their opponents. Following is a report of each game: LINDSEY-WILSO- The Lindsey- - Wilson boys made their VS. DANVILLE K. S. D. road-distric- t, I J. C 8. W. S. . Dohoney. Pickett and W. tf. Kemp; 9, Chas. V. Sparks. 10, Millard Corbin and Breeding. 11, J. W. Burbririge and Albert Turner. 12, Jas. Jones and J. W. Marshall. J II. Virgil Hurt. Cassius Breeding Josh Beard and Jim McQuearv. 13, 14, Tom McDermott and E. B. Morgan. 17, Grainille Russell and Hardin Cundiff. IS, S. L. Banks and E. O 15, IG, J. B. Coifey. belonging to the county and take charge of the same returning to me an itimized statement or list of the same for the preparation of my report to your honorable body at the October term of the fiscal court this year. I find from 'the reports verbally rendered so far, that there are enough picks, shovels and scrapes to answer our purpose if we are able to set in motion and carry out our plans of sys" temizing the construction and maintenance of the roads. The subject of taxation, voting bonds etc, for road purposes has been engaging the attention of our citizens of late, especially that specicou-siderrb- ly put in operation make it manifest to the most skeptical that something Turner. Where we have appointed more than one assistant in a district we tlrought the territory was too large J or one man to look over and take care of properly. Tie Assistant Engineers are all employed with the understanding tltat t!ey are to perform the services le-quir- of them for the sum of one dollar per day wIhjii actually employed in the performance of their duties A certified claim for their services to be presented to the Fiscal Court for allowance upon this basis. Oractual work upon the roads of the county but little has been done since I assumed the duties of the office. 1 did o out on several of the during October and November, 1912, and got lite overseers to warn in tlm liands and try to get their divis? jone in as good condition aspossible .before winter set in, but in the most county tlie hands had already worked out their time and there was no possibility of doing any general improvement before Spring and summer of this year. About the tlrst week in January this year, we Jisd, as you all know, the most disastrous Hood this section has ever known. This flood in addition to washing the roads all to pieces and creating almost impassible conditions in many places, washed away 48 feet of the approach to to the bridge over Russell's creek at mouth of creek, and rendered useless . and unsafe, about GO feet of the approach to the bridge at Milltown. 'The bridge over Green river at Wat .rotuls of-Uie disap-poinrae- ut practical and beneficial can result from the new road law if conscientiously carried out. Therefore) if it is legal and this court has the power, I ask that I be given authority to buy the machinery and other road supplies as suggested in these recommendations Requiring of me of course a strict accounting for all that may be placed in my hands, and furthermore that I act in conjunction with the state road commission as directed by law. All of which is respectfully submitted. J. ST. Coffey men of the Genus Homo, the candiCounty Road Engineer. date, who always loves the dear people add is very considerate of their welManifestation of Sympathy.- fares just before election. All this verbosity and printers ink will no doubt answer a good purpose m the People of Columbia have at all times long run, but I regard the most that been ready to help when distress has been said as premature and not comes. pertinent to tlie,subject. We have a ...- 41. l.l,l new and as yet untried road law and 1 coutt-house to raise, funds for the would recommend that we give this storm and flood sufferers. $102.72 was law as it now stands, a test, expandraised. The next morning a sum suffing our energies along the line map: icient to swell the amount to $131 87 ped out in its provisions before we go was paid in, and last Thursday night off at a tangeut voting bonds or inColumbia Lodge, No. 230, Independcurring any other great expense. ent Order of Odd Fellows, sent its As I see it, what we need is a radi- check for $1050, making a total of cal change in the system of working $142.37. the roads. To expect the people of Mr. Jo N. Conover, who was Secre this county to improve aud maintain tary of the public meeting, sent a check six or seven hundred miles of dirt to the Red Cross Society, Louisville, roads, rocky branches and creekbods in for $131,87, receiving a receipt for passable condition with picks and same. The amount given by the Odd shovels by hand labor supplemented Fellows Lodge was sent to R G. Eloccasionally with a little plowing liott, Grand Secretary of Kentucky. (with a borrowed plow) and a road scraper, would be as near an impossiMr. T. C. Faulkner and family, who bility, in ray judgement, as the dig- resided near Campbellsville, have reging of the Panama canal with agrub-bing-ho- moved to Columbia and are occupying ' the residence on Garnett Avenue, re- A levy of 20c tax on the hundred cenLly purchasedby Mr. Faulknerfrom dollars will produce approximately Mr. Walker Bryant. Mr. Faulkner is $5000.00 of revenue which I bolieve is a good citizen and he has an excellent ample for the time being as we are family, aud our people are gladthat not yet sufficiently developed in road they have located in this place. Mr. knowledge to attempt a big outlay. Bryant removed to a small dwelling on This amount of money will at least his laud recently purchased of Mrs. provide uswith sufficientfunds to buy Sarah Bradshaw, where he will make some roadimachinery of new and im- his home until he can build a resproved type for each road district and idence, which he win commence and pay for th- execution of the law as it complete this coming summer and now stands and provide for the main- fall. tenance of the bridges and culverts. We have one large grader that I Cholera has got among the hogs on impractical lor the most of Crocus creek, and it is reported that consider this county, and I would recommend many have died. A. t- 4 i For the last quarter the Columbia Baptist Sunday School has been an NAME OF P. O. ADDRESS. Columbia, Ky. active body, and as a result, the atEditor, C. S Harri?, " " tendance has almost doubled, and the Mgr. Ed., C. S. Harris, " interest still growing. " Bus. Mgr., C. S. narris, Besides having a most popular and Adair County News Co., Pub., The Ky. active superintendent, Prof. ChesterColumbia, Owners: (If a corporation, give field Turner, the rivalry fori the bannames and addresses of stookholdors ner proved a strong feature in arousholding 1 per cent or more of total ing the active workers Efor;rincreased attendance. For a year or raore the amount of stock.) C. S. Harris. Columbia, Ky. banner has been in possession of Mr. JoN. Conover's class, composed of " Mrs O. S. Harris, men, and was there by merit, but Mrs. W. E Harris, Known bondholders, mortgagees, and Mary liigg's class gradually grewj other securitj holders, holding 1 per stronger, and finally determined to cent or more of total amount of bonds, enter the contest for itSj'jjpossession. Notice was served on olass number 1, mortgages, or other securities: (If mldltloual space is needed, a sheet of paper that it must get busy op surrender to maybp attached to this form.) number 2. It accepted! the challenge .Average number of copies of eaoh is- and became active, but lost the honor sue of this publication sold or distribu- and prestige it has so long held. As ted, through the mails or otherwise, soon as this was known, last JSunday to paid subscribers during the six by the secretary's report, Mr.JConover months preceeding the date of this in a short speech full of congratulastatement. (This information is re- tions, but somewhat threatening required from, daily newspapers only.) capture, delivered the aforesaid banC S. Harris. ner to class number 2. In response, (Signature uf editor. Tub.. Bus. Mtrr,. or owner.) and in accepting the honor won, Mrs Sworn to and subscribed before me Biggs showed due appreciation of the this 28th day of March, 1913. work done by her class, and served noG, P. Smythe, Seal; tice in no unmistakable language that Xotary Public. Adair County, Ky. My commission expires Jan. 24, 1914. the banner would continue to gfloat over her class. While the rivalry was spirited, it was conductadJiwith due Cane Valley Loses a Good Citizen, love for the great oause of Sunday School work, and has accomplished 10 o'clock, much good. Such a contest is healthy, Last Thursday morning, at Mr. Joseph R. Rice, who was one of and we trust that the good work will the besc citizens of Cane Valley, this continue. This is the first contest county, crossed to the other side in between the ladles and gentlemen in full hopes of a blessed immortality, this laudable work, and the activity, having made a profession of his faith persistency and power of the ladies in Christ a.qd joined the Baptist please have given them the viptary, Church in bis early manhood, living "Well dene thou good and faithful cousistantly until the end. servants." The deceased was a son of the late Interesting Figures, Frank Rice and was about forty-si- x years old. His affliction was of long Juration, being a victim of canper, of The following interesting figures' the stomach. were taken from the Assessor's book He will be greatly missed, not only year 1912: by his wife and children, aged mother, for the There are 159,593 acres of laud in brothers and sisters, but by the enthe county listed for taxation, valued tire community. 81,492,579. The funeral services were held Fri- at There are 362 town lots, valued at day morning, many relatives a n d friends attending. The interment was $313,167. There are one hundred and eleven in the Cane Valley cemetery. Adair, the combined capital Besides his wife and four children, his stores in $116,175. mother, two brothers and two sisters, he Total assessed value of property, leaves a large circle of relatives. His listed for taxation 83,260,104. wife was a Miss Wilson, a sister of Mr Exemption to housekeepers, 61,524,-11Geo E Wilson, this place. Mrs. Brack leaving $2,733,923. subject to taxMassey,, Columbia, and Mrs J. W. ation 320,333 less than last report. Sublett, Cane Valley, were his sisters. Voters in the county, 3,518. The brothers left are Messrs Frank Dogs listed 655. and Eugene Rice, Campbellsville. The News desires to extend its symRev. John Rice preached an interpathy to all those who deeply feel the esting sermon a t Disappointment great loss. School House Sunday at 11: o'clock He will preach there the first Sunday WorK of the Fiscal Court. in each month from now till November. He will also preach at HutchiThe Adair Fiscal Court closed its son's School nouse the third Sunday labors last Thursday afternoon. Claims in each month. Rev. Marvin Perry-ma- n will preach at Disappointment allowed amount to more than S4,700. School House next Sunday afternoon Mr. J. R. Garnett was April 13th, at 2: o'clock. Everybody Treasurer of the county. purposes, S1.0U invited to attend these services and County levy, for all on the one hundred dollars worth of take part in the song service. property. Rev. Daniel W. White, of Louisville, The per capita tax, 1.00, general n representative of the poll, 50 cents, school tax outside Co I League, Columbia last Satur visited lumbia Graded School district. day. Sunday he delivered two addresses in tlie interest of the temperance Base Bull. cause. In the forenoon he spoke at the Baptist church and in the evenNext Saturday, the Pith, the ing at the Methodist church. Large Burkesville team will cross bats with audiences heard him. A collection on the, was taken at both places. the boys of the Lindsey-Wilso- n ground' this city. The game latters 1 represent E. R Spottswood & Son. will be called at 2:30 p. m. All who a good game will have an oppor- Manufacturers of Hardwood lumber, enjoy tunity to witness an exciting contest. Lexington, Ky. If you have lumber, logs, or boundaries of timber, call on Admission 25 cents. the post office. The weather was very unfavorable there being a strong wind which in- terferred with the playing all round. The result of the game was Lindsey 10 Danville 6. Batteries for Lindsey, Sullivan, Hancock. Wolford, and Rosenfield; Danville, Morgan, Jasper, Barron. Hits, Lindsey, is, Danville. II. LIXDSEY-WILSO- X VS. ST. MARYS. In spite of the cold the boys played at the end of the ninth inning the score stood 11 to G in favor well, but of St. Marys. Batteries, St. Marys, Gates; Lindsey-WilsoHancock, Cheatham aud Rosenfield. Hits, St. Marys, n.JLindsey, 11. Snider and n, LINDSEY-WILSO- N VS. SPRINGFIELD. It was a fine day and the boys did some of their best playing. Up to the last half of the ninth inning the score stood G to 2 in favor of Lindsey, but when the Springfield boys came to the bat they tied the score and at the end of the tenth inning the, score was 7 to (I In favor of Springfield. Batteries, Springtield, McClellon, Barbee, T. Haydon. Lindsey, Sullivan, Hancock and Rosenfield. Hits, SpringStruck, out by field, 5, Lindsey, 15 Sullivan, 16, by McClellon, 6. Wil-bor- n, Eloped, Last Sunday aftrnoo'u Mr. Willie S. Peese, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Feese, of this place, and Miss Mattie Hatcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hatcher, eloped from Lorrtto, Ky., to- Cincin- nati where they expected to get married. Ed Hatcher is a son of Mr. Sherrod Hatcher, Adair county, and he and his family removed to Loretto in January and opened a boarding The couple met while the house. young lady was out walking, no one else knowing that Mr. Feese was in Loretto. Two other attempts had been made to elope. Catherine1 Williams, is the mother-in-la- w of color, who" of Rev. P. II. Jackman, will be one hundred years old the 13th of this month. She is in fairly good health and her mind unimpaired. She is the mother of 13 children, 110 grand chlldreu, 154 great grand children, 25 great, great grand children. Total, 304. But few of the patrons of Columbia have the least conception of the amount of mail handled. During the month of March the total weight of mails, .sacks aud pouches Post-offic- e S, was 25,653 pounds and 14 ounces. These figures show that the mails from Louisville can not be opened in a few minutes. of the lwuse-keepeMore than in Columbia planted their gardens last week, that i s, all seed necessary to be put in the ground at this time. To have success with beans they should not be planted until the first of May. A frost most generally comes about the 10th of May. two-thirds rs j Anti-Saloo- Mr. A. D. Pattesous Slterilf o Adair county, made a full settlement with tle Fiscal Court, last week, up to that date, paj in$ tlie Treasurer of the.couuty every cent du from him up to that data His report will be published later. , Oliver Miller, son of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Miller, who is atteoding th Uu-col- n Memorial University of Medicine, Knoxviile. Teun., has passed & rmty satisfactory examination, making the sacoud best grade in the school. Tfoe best grade was made by a lady. Former State Senator W. Xa, of this counpy, has been appointed & delegate, by Gov. McCre&ry, to the National Confederation of Good Beads which will conveue m Birmimghaai. Ala., the 21th and 25th of this month. Mr. J. R. Tutt, who vfe in Colum-biaTIonda- y, i me. e. Lona Rubarts, Eunice, quite adarge crowd Wednesday m honor of her father, Mr. G. A. Cun-dif- i, of Dunnville, it beiug his 68 birth-dane received many nice presents which were a great surprise to him. His daughter, Mrs. Ann Russell, of Phil, rendered some nice music. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Josh Beard and children, Mr. Mont nar-mawife and little daeghter, Clarice, M. E Williams, Mrs. Sarah MilMrs. ler, Mr. G- - A. Cundiff, wife and children, Mrs. Ann Russell and children. Mrs. enter-atine- d 23-t- f. C. M. Ilerriford, Columbia, Ad. Kj. p. n, Mr. Frank Richardson, a very capable young man, perfectly reliable, one who has many friends, has accepted a position with the V. M. Gowdy Co.; a wholesale grocery house, located in Columbia. Mr Richardson will travel in Adair county and also in adjoining counties. The trade given him will be highly appreciated, not only by himself, but by his many friends. reports that tlie bottom lands about Milltown and Portland were greatly damaged by the racent; high waters in Russell's creek. A large store house at Phil, the property of J. F. Gadberry and a stock - A large crowd of yeomanry was in Columbia Monday, April term of the Adair county court. Some stcck changed hands and candidates were busy throughout the day. of goods owned by G. J. Bohon "were consumed by fire one night last weak, Billie Brown,, the well digger, known loss, estimated, at 510,000, partly 'inall over this county as "Kittie Clyde," sured. died at his home on Melson's Ridge, a few days ago. He was about seventy-fiv- e Mr. J. S. Breeding has removed to years old and was a soldier in the the John . Conover residence, near Federal army during thevCivil war. the Graded School building. THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Mow to be Certain of Prejudice is a hard thing to overcome, but where health is at stake and the opinion of thousands of reliable people differs from yours, prejudice then becomes your menace and you ought to lay it aside. This Is said in the interest of people suffering from chronic constipation, and it is worthy of their attention. In the opinion of legions of reliable people the most stubborn American constipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of it fcefore, but do not doubt its merits on that account, or because it has not been blatantly advertised. It has sold very successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to their children today who were given it by their parents, and it has been truth-xiill- y said that more druggists use it personally in their families than any other laxative. Strange Litigation. Among the curiosities of litigation may be cited the following case. On the boundary-lin- e of two farms in an Austrian vil- sroxicv3xs?ys)t!! Curing Constipation Letters recently .received from M. E. Myers, Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Hammersmith, 118 W. Chestnut St., Louisville, Ky., are but a few of thousands showing the esteem In which Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is Held. It is mild, gentle, not violent, like salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that in time nature again does its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel specific. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 "Washington St., Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. non-gripi- i WEEKLY PNEUMONIA left me. with a frightful cough and very weak. J. had SDells when Iconld hardlv breathe or sDeak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, duc 1 was completely curea by The Daily Louisville And The Times News Adair County Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wilson for the Wood-ro- lage, there grew a large gooseber- 1 ry-bush, from which the two farmers for years gathered the k product. "What grows on my side is mine, and you may have the, rest," was the agreement. Some time ago the neighbors had a misunderstanding, and this came to a climax when the gooseberries became ripe. A lawsuit followed, and appeals were made to higher judicial bodies. The final decision was lately recorded in the Austrian courts. Each party is to have the right to pick the berries which grow on his side of the line, just as it was originally, but neither may destroy the bush. Th1 costs are charged half to each litigant. Each farmer had to pay 225 krone. The yearly yield of the bush is worth about f krone, and the Judge told 1;he fighting farmers: "With good luck, it will take you only 800 years to make the bush pay. Take good care of it. ' ' COURIER - JOURNAL t HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National "Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fearor favor. The regular pTice is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY . DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. 50c AND J. E. Cox, Joliet, S1.00 ATlj. 111. DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS It 4 For i 1.50 Yr al, Special Attnetfn to Eyes Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical 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 HUGHES' RESIDENCE. 0NBURKSVILLE STREET. you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. one-hal- Daily Courier-Journ- al, $6.00 IS. Joseph H. Stone, Attoney-At-Law Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr $2,00 a j Will practice in this and adjoining counties. -. w The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for $4.50 per year Come to the office or maiPin your subscription. Pains in the Stomach. If you continually complain of pains in tbe stomach, your liver or your kidneys are out of order. Neglect may lead qo dropsv, kidney trouble, diabetes or Bright's disease. Thousands recommend Electric Bitters as the best stomach and kidney medicine made. II. T. Alston, of TCaleigh, N wi-pain in the back, writes: "My kidstomach and neys 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 feel iike a new man" It will imDrove you too. Only 50c and 81. Recommended by Paull Drug Co Ad. We can give you a combination cut Jamstown, Kentucky rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. !:SXlX!XsXsXs5X5X5 Why C, who suffered The Adair County News and Weekly Cour- Not ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Read The Eating When Tired. U. G. HARDWICS, Pres. J. H. COCKE, V Pres.; R. H. D1ETZHAN. Sec Specia Ail mI i Pesrons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Eating when tired, says a medical authority, is one of the surest ways of bringing about dis orders of the digestion. Yet the principal meal of the day is eaten by most business and professional men when the whole body is wearied. In this matter a man is largely in the hands of his wife. If she is a very practical body she arranges that dinner shall be ready when the husband gets home, but a husband so well cared for may for that very reason become dyspeptic. It may be laid down as an essential rule of dietetics that when a man or woman comes home from business, hunting, shooting, golf or any other form of bodily exercise, there should b a rest for at least an hour be- W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. Courier ESTABLISHED !86l INCORPORATED 1889 jVIIIiLiWRlGHTS DEALERS IN ENGINES. EOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 N. i mflCHlKlSTS Journal? HENRY WATTERSON GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftlRTeeNTtf-MftlLOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank WorK Editor. "We Can Furnish You The Adair County News andGthe IOBBING WORK SOLICITRD gggsr gajgygjyjypijjMljjjF - All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- Weekly Courier-Journal Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The Adair County News and Daily Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give liberaJ combination rate with Daily 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 (Continued from page 3.) Cane Valley. Ethel Breeding, in 'McKinney, Texas. Mr T A Firkin was in T,nni5- ville last week buying his spring goods. Miss Amanda Butler, of Mt. Pleasant, spent last Monday night -- fore dining. Dressing for dinner is not rest, Courier-Journ- al and hurried dressing only increases the trouble sure to folMrs. Nany Burton was thrown ' the former's mother, Mrs. Sarah low. One must have complete rest of body and mind, and the from a from a horse and hurt Burton. best way to secure it is to lie very bad. Miss Dot Burton was the pleasdown. Mr. Frank Burton and family ant guest of Mrs. My r tie Burton Coughs and Consumption were visiting at Mr. J. O. Smith's one night last week. Coughs and colds, when neglected, Saturday night and Sunday. will Mrs. Nancy McGiha always lead to serious trouble of the Measles i s raging i n this do when lungs. The wisest thing leave Friday for Lebanon where you have a cold that troubles you is to community. she will meet her husband. get a bottle of Dr. King's New DisMiss SoDhia Burton is slaying covery. You will get relief from the Mr. M. W. Smiiey was in CoMrs. first dose, and tiually the cough will with her grandmother, lumbia Saturday on business. disappear. O. II. Brown, of Musca- Nancy Burton. dine, Ala., writes: "My wife was Mr. Frank Burton bought a down in bed with an obstinate cough, There it, a protracted meeting mare from Mr. Bob Pike for $225 and I honestly believe had it not going on at Oak Grove under Mrs. Donie Burton spent last cousin, Mrs. Sallie Kel- been for Dr. King's New Discovery, with her " the management of Bro. Chapel. Friday with Mrs. Mary Burton. she would not be living ly. e years as the known for "Uncle" Sam Banks is quite best remedy for coughs and colds. Misses Dot and Laura Burton Tor Burns, Bruises and Soies feeble. He hasn't been to the Price 50c and SI. Recommended by spent last Sunday with Miss Cor-di- e The quickest and surest .cure for Valley since last Fall. Ad. Paull Drug Co. Smith, near Columbia. burns, bruises, boils, sores, inflama-tio- n and .ill skin diseases is Bucklen's Mr. and Mrs. June Hancock The sale at Mr. William Perry-man- '" ' Arnica Salve. In four days it cured McGaha. and children spent Easter with last Friday was largely L. H. Haflin, of Iredell, Texas, of a Mr. and Mr?. Roger Page. The sore on his ankle which pained him so Easter hunt given by Mrs. Finis attended. he could hardly walk. Should be in Cundiff was enjoyed by all presThe health of this community Mr. Babe Burton and wife, of every house. Cmly 25c- - Recommendent. There were 20 odd little is very good at this writing. Garlin, spent last Sunday with ed by Paull Drug Co. ' boys and girls present. Ad. ' to-da- y or Sunday Courier Journal. ComWrite Courier-Journpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. al forty-thre- yJaotric cers "I was sufteriujr from pain in stomach, head and back,"' write3 H. K T. Alston, Kaieign, ss. u.. "ana my 1 1 ver ana Kianeyu uiu uu t w uru.. nui,, Imade me fee; )'ke a new man." fiiadeANewManOfHim. my but four bottles of Electric Bitters PRICE 50 CTS. Jm ALL DRUG STORES. & ,...... W3- - l&4r jy f J-i- I. u ii4- - M H. I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Obituary. Hatcher. I FIVE GENT MEAL ti Cured Me" b For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jin!:s of Treadway, Tenn,, suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The doctors gav-- me up. I read that Cardui had helped so many, and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardui saved my lifel Now, I can do anything." Q RDU! "JAKE se ThQ WomarfsTonic If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, or suffer from any of the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, feelings, pains in arm, side, hip backache, dragging-dow-n or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad Ask your druggist. He sells and recommends Cardui. after-effec- ts. The following lines in memory of Malvin N. Hale are written for the comfort of his dearly beloved, yet heatbroken family. The subject of this sketch was a young man with many noble traits and a beautiful character. He was 21 years of age and a victim of consumption. His 21st birthday was celebrated at his home near Ruasell Springs, on Feb. 2 ah 1913, by his many relatives and friends and from that time on he gradually grew worse, until Wednesday evening March 26, when with a smile of heavenly joy on his face, his spirit took its flight to that beautiful and bright beyond. Malvin was liked by all who knew him and the pride of a fond father and mother. He leaves a father and mother, brothers and sisters to mourn his loss, but we would say to the bereaved family, 'Weep not as those who have no hope" for Malvin is not dead but sleepeth. The bereaved famiiy have the deepest sympathy of the entire community in this their saddest affliction. Funeral services were held at the French Valley Church, by Rev. Montgomery after which the remains were laid to rest in f r boys spent Easter in Louisville. SOLVED PROBLEM Little Dorothy Rice, who has been on the sick list for several If Helped Reduce Expenses of days, is about well again. o ou Several THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1913 A little daughter came to the home af Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Kel-sa- Domestic Science Course. ATTENDANCE 100 PER CENT, y, March 25th. Mrs. Robert Gibson, of C-vil- Write to: Ladies Advisory DepL, Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanoora, Term- lor Special Instructions, and book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 54 The spent Sunday with the family of J. H. Gibson, on Meadow Creek. Colored High School of Owensboro BRIGHTER, BETTER, Among the First to Offer Full Four Mr- - and Mrs. F. M. May were Year Instruction In Household Arts. BGGER THAN EVER visiting the former's brother at Every Girl Pupil and Several Boys Now Enrolled. Elkhorn Saturday and Sunday. THE REGULAR PRICE OF years ago, when very few Rev A G Link preached an Three high schools in Kentucky were offerEaster sermon to a large and ap ing a course in domestic science, the THE LOUISVILLE TIMES preciative audience at Bethel Colored High school at Owensboro made a beginning. The board of edulast Sunday. Mr. Link is a cation there at that time, like many iS A YEAR. others by modest godly teacher, and has a lack in the state, was hampered had of funds. The board also won the heart of every little boy before it the experience of other the expense account of FY0U WLL iEi) VJja (Hid and girl who ash come in con- - schools wherescience course had proved the domestic quite a burden. It was a difficult tact with him. TO US, YOU CAN GET problem, but the faculty of the high C. B. Whitney is in Bowling school felt that the work could be put Green on business. He will be upon a basis that would make it al- THE ADAIR COUNTY most self sustaining. Today the Colored High school ol absent for several days. Owensboro has a four year course in The school at Maple Heights domestic science and will graduate NEWS which is being taught y Miss seven girls taat lmve taken this full course. Durinir these four vears onlv Emma Wade, of Saloma, closed three girls have failed to take the AND course, and this year 100 per cent of last Friday. do-high school the girls in $5.00 j , Daily Louisville Herald. Enjoys the largest circulation in Kentucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports as well as general news, The Herald's special features make it pre-emine- nt among Louisville newspapers. attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in The Herald entitled Special ON BOARD THE GOOD SHIP EARTH re- Back numbers of these articles free on quest to all who subscribe now. THE DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Both by Mail for One Year for 75 No subscription can be taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or city where that papet is delivered by carrier. SUBSCRIBE NOW. For milk or butter things, the use of soda is excellent. It will Don't forget that the kettles soften the dish water, and coffee, tea and water, must all be cleaned as often as the other cleanse and sweeten the dishes. cooking kettles. Fill the eoflee For the wringer rollers, use tea pots nearly full of warm, coal oil; it will keep them clean. or or boiling water, and add to copper For nickel-plate- d or each kettle two heaping of saleratus; Jet boil other ware, clean with a rag moistened with coal oil, then for twenty minutes, then pour polish with soft cloth or tissue the water out, wash - weli with Will paper. remove smoke cltar warm water, and find out stains from cooking yessels. the difference. The tea kettle must be washed, and use the Former banker Charles W. saleratus in this also. Many Morse, who was released from people do not regard these ketthe penitentiary at Atlanta, has tles as cooking vessels, and rarereturned to New York from Eu- ly take the trouble to wash them rope'and will engage in business. out. cable-oonfu- ls Keeping Things Clean the family burying ground, there to await the resurrection morn. We ask God's blessing on the bereaved family and that they submit their will to Him "who doeth all things well." make good in his new home Swears to be of absolute value in C. C. Hale. tne general training, as the girls are among the mountains. used in small relays, so that each girl W. O. Gibson, one of our Tay- - in the school comes to this special Richest Indian. Th class book. lor county boys who is chief WU1CQ afT- kept, shows exactly clerk in a large dry goods store ' the work the pupil has done each time she has been on duty for a dinner and The richest American Indian at Williamsburg, Ky., writes he,luncheon in the world has been discovered. is well pleased with his job, and If she has made biscuit and after He is Lon C. Hill, 53 years old, a find the people very hospitable. ward cleaned the stove this week the next she will probably prepare a salad "full blood" Choctaw, and his Mrs. Vester Dills and daught- and clean the refrigerator. In the claim to being the Rock feller of er, Violet, aae sojourning in red men is based upon his posBlanchord. Okla., in quest ol the sessions, valued at $6,000,000. latters health. Mrs. Dills writes Hill lives in Harhngen, Tex. that her daughterdossn't seem In fact he owns the whole town to improve. but it is only a mite in the midst Shreve & Walls have moved of his vast estate, which extends their saw mill to Meadow Creek. to Bronsville, 25 miles away. They will have about two months He has 11 motor cars to make sawing at thi3 place, and this A FIVE CEXT MEAIi. the run from his residence in summer, several commodious course of the school year she will have Harlingten to his business office barns will be erected and a lot of covered a certain definite amount of in Bronsville. practical housekeeping work. There fencing done. is the added value that she has preThis Indian Croesus is a living Cumberland Presbytery will pared this food in quantities sufficient for au ordinary family, and not in labtestimonial that members of his convene at Liberty church the oratory quantities. race need not be wards of Uncle first Saturday and Sunday in is It might be urged that a high school not a vocational school, and that Sam unless they so choose. He April. The church has been our schools are not preparing girls for started his emphe on a capital of painted lunch room service. This is and other repairing done but the greatest indictment all true, brought $200, and has never received in honor of the occasion. A; against our schools today is that they anything from the Government. boys and girls large number of ministers are do not give oureveryday things. a grip on live, real, The Like so many of his "white work in this school eenis to give this expected to be present. brother" captains of industry, and at the same time helps to sustain J. H. Hearon has put in a gas- Itself while giving all the pupils somee he is a man in every oline mill with which to grind thing that is wholesome to eat at a remarkably low price. sense of the word." Not only is feed for his stock. Mr, Hearon There are high schools all over the he a shrewd business man, but a is one of our most progressive country that cannot afford domestic science. There are many others where clever lawyer as well, practicing farmers, and we think his money the girls are doing laboratory domestic his profession in addition to over science, and a large percentage of the wisely spent, pupils go to the corner grocery or a seeing his big ranch. cheap confectionery for their noon The farmers are taking anoth- Hill was one of the chief factluncheon. blazing the trail for civil- er Vacation, and the just and thei The value as well as the economy ofors in serving the children with an appetizization through the Rio Grande unjust are receiving alike; a Ing, inexpensive meal, scientifically obvious. Their health is valley, but of his early experi- down pour of rain. . Green river prepared, isand a practical course in conserved ences he refuses to talk, con- is very high, and much damage domestic science is made possible Is it not possible to gain both things tenting himself with shrugging is being done. The Meadow at the same time by a carefully prehis broad shoulders about which Creek road is almost impassable. pared course of study? gone, and It certainly is worth thinking about, his long black hair falls in a Several bridges are for people everywhere are looking tc the road bed entirely washed the school for more real every day efmost picturesque manner. j i the take ' Gobel Dills, who fell from a mestIc sclence. Besides these girls. lt: miSht be well to add that there are barn lOIt and sustained a broken eight bovs enrolled in the classes, so that the figures should really read arm, is getting along nicely. 100 per cent plus. C. E. Coffer, of Bell COUnty ' A five cent dinner and lunch counter , . handled by the domestic science de- Came down last week looking for partment have made this splendid a team mules. After his pur - work Possible. The cost of material , , . THE L0UISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR in both cooking and sewing classes Chase he Started back to his has been met each year by the board education mountain home where he is em- of a month. paying a deficit of about $5 ployed in the lumber business. The preparation of this five cent din ner would seem to be a definite loss in Emett is a jovial, industrious! some of the technical training, but it fellow, and we trust he Will appears otherwise when one visits the FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corps of correi t T - pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- - i j J ! fectly. Covers the general news fielo completely. Has the best and fullest mar kets reports. DEM9CRATICin politics bu fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SDBSCkIP-T10N I RIGHT AWAY Splendid Clubbing Bargain A Wo Offer The Adair County And i The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One self-mad- , j Year j For Only &L 35 !i(ilscrlt!tni may he new or renewal j What The Weekly Enquirer Is i There is one thing, however, Don't Get Into a Rut. about which he will never- - hesiLook to Your Plumbing. A rut in the road is bad enough, but your work infinitely tate to talk, and that is the You know what happens in a house a rut inGet outlife the rutis and come worse. of price of sugar. As a sugar iu wlrieh the plumbing is in poor con- to Louisville April 30. May 1. 2 and lieverybody in the house annual meeting grower and refiner that is of dition contract typhoid or some isoth- 8, to the able to of the Kentucky Educational associamuch more interest to him than er fever. The digestive organs per- tion. to new faces It'll do you the fact that he has risen so far form the same functions iu thehuman ' an" sce some good tue meetones again, ot oia body as the plumbing does for the above the members of his own house, and they should be kept in It?11 do you sood to see and kntm that s condition all the time. If lveuiuutiy is uiorougniy aiive educarace, and even above the great tionally. It'll do you good to see over any trouble with your vou majority of the "conquering tion have diiamberlain's Tabletsdiges- 5,000 people together who are interesttake and ed in education. white men." you are certain to get quick relief. If never there, you ought to go. forty-secon- away in some places. ficiency. It is issued every Thursday. SubscriptuVJ price cl per year. :nd it is one of the beit home metropolitan weeklies of It has all the facilities of the Kreat DAILY ENQUIREH for obtain- I injr the World's events, ami for that reason can KivLyou all the leading: news It carries a great amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. Tnis grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. to-la- y. d mmmm inml 1 rad Indigestion cached mo creat dijtrrsa for two years. I triec many things 'or relief, but coi'itt'a IicId. tilla; latlfou-id it in tho best pills or mediciao I ever tried ? first-clas- NewLifePIils! C.E. HatfioId.Gnyaa.W. Va. 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad. If ever there, you'd want to go. H HE ADAIR COUNTY f NEWS ?TBE AJJAlB 0Ufc!3NEWb Vt Published Every Wednesday BY A. THE - f x Adair County News Company.' ( INCORPORATED.) CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. ln-tre- Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia ana the people Adair and adjacent counties. st Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offi- ce as sec-a- d WED. APEIL 9, 1918. Temperance workers throughout the country are highly gratified over the law, recently passed, preventing the shipping of liquors into dry territory. Many seem to believe that this law will practically remove the evil that has so long pulled down the strong and destroyed the weak; that has blighted fair prospects of many young men, and wrecked the happiness of homes and communities. Congress passed this measure over the President's veto on very short notice. It seemed that a great majority felt the necessity of giving the people what they desire as expressed by letters, petitions and telegrams. The President vetoed it on the ground that he did not consider it con stitutional. This will be tested in the court, but when, or how long it is unknown. We fail to see the good in the law that many see. Certainly the spirit of the measure is good, but we fear it Will prove misguided zeal. If the government will refuse, or if neoDle.ofthis'XJOuntv as to need no words of .commendation from T, .1 LL1 us or others. Jtte- is proDaDiy known by as many good citizens as anyman of his "'age in this county, and in Democratic circles he is known and appreciated by all. He was elected County Court Clerk four years ago, by a goodjmajority, and in the service he and his efficient deputy, Mr. have rendered, Olie Taylor, standsjapproved by all who have had business to transact in that office. Heknows his business, is prompt! in service, accurate in every detail, courteous and obliging in or out of his official duties. As afgentleman his standing is as good as any man within our borders, a hard worker, enthusiastic and full of the Democratic faith. His victory of four years ago indicates his strength and the high esteem in which he is held by political opposition for many who were not affiliated with the Demacratic party certainly voted for him. No prestige has been lost since then but fidelity to duty has won many more friends. r-- r W?W!W 1'A - tr ' VULCAN PLOWS' Brinley Osborne Disc Harrows. Field Seeds the Best at Lowest Prices. The Jeffries Hardware Co. t 14 . y tf j3tth.JVh.JXrK. S?? s$ji&cCs How the Vote Stands The following is the standing of the candidates at the Parlor Circle, up to and including last Saturday night: The extra session of Congress convenedaMonday. One of the first things to be considered is appropriations for the flood sufferers in Kentucky and other States visited by high waters. Tariff legislation will follow. Dora Eubank Alary Smith 22,400 16,350 N "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence qSanqswicj. saemjb ji Supuaj jnoA joj X9uoui ssai ipnui pusds nnOA vSuiouoDa -90U3J aruj si siqx 'sxsaA joj ii s3 -joj uaqj pun an jt ;na 'aoua 5oajJacj qSjrtqsuicj aqi Anq ubd noA asjnd puB ABjaua ami; jrtoA uo uiBjp A"nq Nell Tarter Margaret Lovett Eva Walker 8,450 4,900 2,900 noA .jDaijaj -- illlnery at Gadberry. -- feuoui xioA saAES Xqajairj pus 3;sbav ;noq;iAv spaau inoA jaaui oi pauSis ap pus pa:pruisuoo itireairrjusps si j AjiriqEinp pun q3ua.us pua sajBinunp .papaa qBjnqswTjj it could be compelled to reject ed Surveyor of the Port, You should see my new line of up Millinery at once. I can furors of the five revenue districts you the very tinest hemp, Pananish of Kentucky will be changed ma, chip and petite hair-brai- d hats at Democrats going in. the lowest price. Ladies cordially invery soon, Ad. A Democrat will also be appoint- vited. Mrs. R. W. Hurt. to-da- te It is expected that the Collect- ABp-iuasa- ad siqj sdojs irerrpsya puB 'sjiBdaj ssai PlXOM 3Hi UI 33U9J C40DVJSlVg JSOffl 31J -- 'ssauqSnoj in psrrEnbaun si ajjAV MWB3H uado repads paziuBArsS XjiABaq aqx nsiismu b ui ;i ABq noA" aaaqx JSdSuOJ SfSDJ 'S3 S2JOO -- 'OBXg Of JSBJSDTJ Made in Different Styles for HELD. FARM. RANCH. LAWN. CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN V?xrtxltr IN.OQ Vcry ft of3 VaUctrdlltCCU all applications for the manufacture of intoxicants in dry territory, then the Webb law would be crowned with victory. As it is the stills will operate where express and frieght can not, and in many communities the manufacture will fill the demand that has heretofore been supplied by shipments. Of the two evjls, our judgment is that the still house making its product under law and disposing of it in violation of law is far more to be dreaded than the shipments reported at this otlice that peaches and pears are not all killed. It is Additional Locals. 2t DucK Eggs for 5ale. Setting of 13 Indian Runner Duck eggs for 50c. Mr. Mont Powell and Miss Wauna 22-Lula Todd. Ad. Wilson were married, near McGaha, last Sunday. Rev. I. M. Grimsley perE. L. Feese bo"ght a Jersey cow formed the ceremony. Price from N. B. Kelsey Saturday. Notice. 50.00. A Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Brands of Barbed Wire: If you are interested in Wire Fencing, writo Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twitted Cable Wire: Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence for FREE copy of our ALMANAC. 1913 Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Roofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Ties; "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth material. Pittsburgh Steel Co. -- mm NOTCH Texan on Roads. that being set a little back from the thoroughfares of commerce that you fail to realize how rapidly the world is improving, and what wonderful strides forward the world is making. We can not live as our fathers did 50 years ago except to patern after their honorable conduct. Progress asks ali that and something more. I have a right to quarrel a little -- I M.L.. rz v W - I '"' . Editor News: I have enjoyed the courageous Farms in Taylor and adjoining counties. Also nice residence property in stand The News is taking for the See the N. W. Miller development of Adair county, md Campbellsville. Real Estate Agency before buying. the healthful and progressive BUBvPPp JKC sf Office in the Wood Bldg. ' heretofore permitted. In fact, sentiments voiced by your paper Campbellsville, Ky. f Ad. have not, in my opinion, met with we cannot see as some others see, and while ready and willing the encouragement they should People about town are busy, putto restrict the sale and use of inhave received by the people of Prof. I. M. Grimsly opened a ting in their gardens. school at Sparksville last toxicants to the lowest point Adair county. I was born and night, to run for ten nights. nmr n espouse nrln possible, yet unwilling to H.M.1 QIC lit J For Rent. raised in Adair and stayed there W 1111 ttrtn JCUJJIC. JfUU Take Notice. twenty-fou- r a measure that leads only to disyears and have been people and the best people on limestone away a quarter of a century and earth. But your school houses' 50 acres good bottom and appointment. To make effecThis celebrated stallion will make the land in mile of Columbia. My books are in the hands of Mr. tive the anti- shipping law, feder my ancesters were there before! are rotting down. I can show spnsnn of 1913 at Will lohnson's barn, "W. Dillon. G. Ad. Bruce Montgomery, at the First Naal respect for local government tional Bank. I am anxious to get my m;ies SQUth of Columbia and 1 miles the county was organized. If yOU School houses that Were built C. B. any of your people think I have SO long ago that I Cannot remem- - west tof Gadberry on Pettitts Fork creek, must be secured, by preventing last years business settled, and I would Born, to the wife of a son, April 3. who are the manufacture in local option consider it a favor if thoseonce upon no right to talk, tell them to come her the time and never a coat of and will serve mares at $6.00 to insure indebted to me will call at a living colt. He has proven to be a territory. Unless this is done Mr. Montgomery. Ad. I have removed my livery from Cof- to Texas and see if they can take paint did they receive. I could A. S'. Chewning. fey Bros, stables to the barn on my my scalp. Anent the good roads tell you where one of them is, or the smoke from the still will be JOE is a dark bay, o hands high, "Breeding" property, near the square seen in many places that now The grand jury of the Green circuit I keep corn, hay and other feed' stuff proposition this $2 check I hand was two years ago because I ex- best o good 91 indictments at its for sale. school house eye3j feet and IegSf and in fact a pertect you for subscription would doubt amined it. That receive only a limited amount of recent term of court. W. H. GolL y was good enough for the boys ' mocjei ;n every respect. He is a the stuff. Temperance workers Ad. less pay the much talked of road I ever years ago, but you citizens land Bay and the best work horse YOU CAN'T BEAT EH. should get busy in asking Congtax of the average farm of Axlair ' are not doine VOUr full duty when seen, and quiet and easy handled for ress to prevent its manufacture Quite a number of candidates, who for one year; l0 drive so he needs no furlher My flock of 100 S. C. White Leghorn have not gone over the county will girls in dry territory, or else they may bonds there is no you force those bright faced Talk about eggs during last start their canvass in this month. boys into those old "shacks" . ml, expect worse conditions to pre- Hens produced 2,037 Money due when colt is toaled. AU other way to make a public im- and month. Now is your time to buy eggs and call them school houses. The care laken lo prPvent acc;denls but not vail. We merely give the warn- for hatching. Price 5c each. Wanted The public to know we provement of any considerable are in the market as purchasers of cat- cost, and there is no other way great cry in all ages has been ' responsible should any occur. belief that Ad. ing under the full J. 0. Russell. tle and hogs. We will also stand a good 6 year growth, growth, growth,but stills will be operated for the to get a country up to the standClint Smith & Co. More'claims than usual were allowold Jack at the same place on same con- Ad. ard and keep it up to the stand now. eSDecially in this age, is the t Webb law as we see and believe ed at the term of Fiscal Court which mn.A or. A ii r. dition .as .norse.. at me low ree oi oj.uu. , . . f it has broadened the field for closed last week. except by improving the admonition KJl. UHVCi u 0"U P.,n ihisjackis 14. ,hands ,. , ard d h;as high .u young calf I have a Jersey cow with ward till we can their operation. nmvpn Viimsplf a poon breeder. county, and there is no way to for sale. Horse and Jack for Sale. development of new and wonder. CaH and se aur slock ; mleiesle6 E. F. Mullinix' keep a people from becoming nart Walker , The announcement of Yours, Columbia, Ky. Ad. Johnson Bros row and overbearing in their Bryantfor County Court Clerk I have a good horse and Jack for T. S. Cartwright. sale. The horse is three years old and opinions except by improvement county, appears in the is broke to harness. Is well bred. Wanted: A boy to work his way 4 Straight at It. of Adair Lindsey-WilsoApply at and development. And in imThere is no use of our "beating black, one of the best through ' proper column of this paper. He The Jack is Neilson & Moss. For Burns, Bruises and Soies once. around the bush." We might as well provement and development is breeders in the county. "Will sell at a Ad. out with it first as last We want is subject to the action of Dem- bargain. and J. C. Browning, contemplated not only the educa-tio- n The quickest boils, surest cure for- vou to try Chamberlain's Cough Bem- sores, inflama- edy the next time you have a cough - Milltown, Ky. hums,i bruises, in the August primary. Ad. ocrats and culture of the youth, but tion and all skin diseases is Bucklen s ; or coid. There is no reason so far as Indian Runner duck epgs, 45 cents Mr. Bryant is our present clerk, four days it cured we can see why you should not do so. 15, fawn color. Salve. We have a thoroughbred Jersey for also the betterment of the physi ArnicaHaflin, ofIn Mrs. J. W. Tupman. Iredell, Texas, of a This preparation by its remarkable and his announcement to stand male, entitled to register, which we Ad. L. H. condition of the country. Your sore on his ankle which pained him so , cures has gained a world wide rep-h- e cal comes after will stand at our farm. One dollar for could hardly walk. Should be in utation, and people everywhere speak Ky., will pa A. Hobson, Greensburg, Johu roads are a digrace to such a every house. Only 25c. Eecommend- - of it in the highest terms of praise. being warmly solicited. He is so at the gate. Garrison Bros. you best prices for your hogs, sheep or cattle, Ad. It is for sale by "auu mug fjo. ao. Ad. magnificent citizenship. I fear ed by Paull Drug Co, well and favorably known to' the Ad. rite or phone him. will drill wells in this county for 75c per foot and furnish casing. We can drill any size hole from 5 inches to 7 inches. We cannot say how long we will run at these prices. If you need any work done now is the time. We have a good machine and can do good work. All kind of pump work done at a reasonable price. Dixon & Spears. Ad. "We 19-t- For Sale. i JOE - 22-- 3t . seaer; 1 court-returne- d Cleve-fort- 22-21- ". y 22-4- ' -- 22-- n. 22-- 2t i j 22-- 3t ' A I. fc It A TflESADAIR COUNTY rNEWS r i. ,K n Comparative Digestibility Adair county, subject to the Democratic primary to be held in August. We are authorized "We'are'autrrorlzed'to'ftBnourice-A-A MILLER a candidate for Sheriff of . ....- ?: -- G. P.;SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE ' announce BURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Adair County, subject to the August primary. to . X. ofFIlflU Made with different Baking Powders From a Series of Elaborate Chemical Tests: An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made with each of three different kinds of baking powder cream of tartar, phosphate, and alum and submitted separately to the action of the digestive fluid, each for the same length of time. The relative percentage of the food digested is shown as follows : Bread made with Royal Cream of Tartar Powder: 1 $ FOR COUNTY CLERK. T f IN THE HEART ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY AND i We are authorized t o announce WALKER BRYANT a candidate for County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of Adaircounty, expressed at the August primary. I- - Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone 13 A OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING K 4 W DR. J. N. MURRELL OFFICE DISTRICT Veare authorized to announce L. DENTIST Y. GABBERT a candidate for County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject to the action of the Progressive Re- Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g publicans of said county. up Stairs. Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modern Hotel 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 Elegantly Furnished Booms with hot and The Cafe is In charge of Experts and the Our CI ftft cuisine and service is unexcelled.service, cold running water and private prices are roost moderate. Kuropean toilet, per day. iitVwu but choice of club breakfast, each 2 ftp mtly Furnished Rooms with ite Bath, per day Jailer. Columbia, - Kentucky 100 Per Cent Digested Bread made with phosphate powder: 68 Per Cent Digested Bread made with alum powder: 67 Per Cent. Digested"! These tests, which are absolutely reliable and unprejudiced, make plain a fact of great importance to everyone : Food raised with Royal, a cream of tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely digestible, "while the alum and phosphate powders are found to largely retard the digestion of the food made from them. Undigested food is not only wasted food, but it is the source of very many bodily ailments. ANNOUNCEMENTS . FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY it We are authorized to announce ELI Mr. D. T. Curd, wholesale dry goods STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate salesman, visited the merchants in Dr- - J J- Booker, who has been iiv The Steady Subscriber. for the Democratic nomination foi ' ing atMiami for a number of years,, County School Superintendent sub Columbia and out in the county last has purchased a lotinGreensburg and ject to the oction of the August pri week. How dear to our hearts is the steady will build a handsome residence mary. andi Mr. H. C. Rhorer, of Lexington, j subscriber, wjj remove to that place. "We are authorized to announce the traveling salesman, a son of the late miu uitia in iivtwi n uiic uillill Ul candidacy of J. V. DUDLEY for Coun- Dr. Melvin Rhorer, was in Columbia ' eacli year, Foxes Wanted. ty School Superintendent, subject to Friday. AVho lays down the money and does it the action of the Democratic voters quite gladly, Mr. W. M. Wilmore, merchant at at the August primary. Grey Foxes $2.50, Red Foxes 5.0ov; And casts 'round the otlice a halo of Gradyville. was in Columbia the first Minks $6.00 to SS.OO each: Ccons 31.25,-- , cheer. FOR SENATOR. of the week, en route for the Louisville market. He never says: "Stop it, I can not and express. Send name of your express otlice in lirsb letter. We are authorized to announce E. afford it, Mr. W. T. Ottley went to Burkes M. COX, of Albany, a candidate tor more magazines now than W. T. Hodgen, Senator in tins the lGth Senatorial ville last Thursday, returning Friday I'm getting I read;" with his wife and son, John, who visiAd Box 2:52 Campbellsville, Ky. . district subject to the action of the But always says, "Send it; our people Republican party in the August pri- ted in that place several weeks. mary. all like it Mr. I. M. Tuller will stars a weekir Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Walker flailed, is we think it a help and a paper at Russell Springs some time on account of high water?, to visit the The fact FOR ASSESSOR. need." the near future. He is an experience Cincinnati market last week. They Monday morning of this week. left How welcome his check when it reaches man and has ordered his plant. We are authorized to announce R.A our sanctum, Mrs. Bettie Pelley and son, Carter, WAGGEXER a candidate for the How to Collect Accounts,. of Pelleyton, and Miss Annie Williams How it makes our pulse throb, how ifc Democratic nomination for Assessor makes our heart dance. of Adair county subject to tne action ofMt. Pleasant, were visiting the of tile August primary. family of Mr. J. n. Pelley, Thursday. We outwardly .thank him, we inward- We collect notes and accounts au4 ly bless him, Mr. Jo Coy and his niece, who visiWe are authorized to announce The steady subscriber who pays in ad- look after claims anywhere in the JAKE CHELF a candidate for Assess- ted the families of Mr. W. T. McFar-lan- d vance. Selected. United States and make no chargeaand Mr. J. W. Coy .for several or of Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of said weeks, returned to their homes last unless we collect. I have accepted the agency for J. II. county, expressed at the August pri- week. May's Collection Agency, Watkins Medical Co., in this county, Ad. mary Attorney Geueral .las. Garnett was and will make a home to home canSomerset, Ky.. We are authorized to announce G. at home from Saturday until Tuesday vass. You will find these goods at any A. BRADSHAW a candidate for As- for the double purpose of meeting his time at J. F. Patteson's store ColumAdaugherof Mr. and Mrs. Mont-Corbisessor, subject to the action of the friends and to look after some busi- bia. I will be on the square the first died last Saturday night. She Democratic Alexander's Artist, 4517, A. S. H. R., sired by Fayette Artist, expressed voters of Adair county, ness. day of every court. These goods need was ten or twelve years old. The inAugust primary. at the Mr. Wm. Hobson, who makes his no recommendation as they have been terment was in Mt. Cancel cemetery 4516, he by Kentucky Artist, 1455, he by Artist Montrose, 51, he home in Campbellsville, bub who is tried by the people of this county and j Sunday. by Artist, 75, by King William, 67. We are authorized to announce J. T) conducting a milling business in the have given perfect satisfaction. Call 1st dam, Louise Cabell, 5900, by Red' Squirrel, 53. 2nd dam, eastern portion of Adair county, was at the above named store if you should If some friend of the News has am EUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, Juelle C, 1304, by Jewel Denmark. 70, by Washington Denmark, candidate for Assessor, subject to a 'in Columbia a few days ago. need any of these goods before I call copy of the paper of March 10, 1913, the 64. 3rd dam, by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's Democratic voters at the August priMiss Jennye McFarland, who made on you. These goods can also be found he will confer a favor by bringing it to the ollice. Artist is a beautiful red chestnut, six years old, 152 hands high. mary. Mrs. S. F. White, Bradentown Fla., at D. M. Moore's, at Garlin. You will note from the above that there are few if any better bred an exteuded visit , stopping at several This medicine can also be found :t Strange's store, Sparks- For Sale. Stallions in Kentucky. He is a grand individual and in every way We are authorized to announce points in Kentucky on her return, Corbin and ville. Bailed Hay and Straw, Boards sec-oas good as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double and ERNEST CUNDIFF a candidate for reached home last Thursday night. Respt. M rs. Elmer Wheat and her little son, hand Buggies, Harness, and Bugsingle harness, and nicely gaited, in fact he is a combinedhorse of Assessor of Adair county, subject to S. G. Denny Ad. gy wheels. Will buy or sell a gooc the action of the Progressive Republi- Maxie, arrived from Loretto Monday high class, and presents a magnificent appearance any where you can party, expressed at the August afternoon. They will remain a few At- iMr. Henry C. Read, born and reared horse or mule; place him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of sad- primary. clays with Mrs Wheat's aunts, Mrs. in Columbia, has just been elected 22-.Golf Bros. dle horses, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $10.00 Margaret Tucker and Mrs. Kinnie Mayor of the city of Port Smith, Ark. Murreil, before going to their home, He is a gentleman of tine executive to insure a living colt. Peafowls Wanted, Jamestown. ability, and there is nob a doubt but MARION. Mr. W. S. Chapman and wife left he will watch the interest of his city. $1.50 last Monday morning for Bradentown, Marion is a black'Jack with white points, 6 years old, 15 hands keep on hands a full stock of expect to reside. I Fla., where W. T. Hodgen. high, extra good length,"heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. MrrJ. W. Hurt is very low at this They have thethey wishes of their Co coffins and caskets, also robes: best Campbellsville, Ky. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features writing. lumbia friends. Mr. and Mrs. Chap- hearses. Prompt service night or day. first-clas- s Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most Miss Mollie Caldwell returned home man's two sons Leslie and Fred, are in Phone 29. of a Monday night. business at Bradeutown. breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. excellent 45-- 1 J. F. Triptett, yr R. W. Browder, D. D., Gross Alex-nnde- r, Ad. Columbia, Ky. The above described stock will do service at my barn in Co- - Mr. J. B. Wheat was here from D. D., Revs. A. E. Jvasey, A. P. , Monday. Denmark lumbia, Ky. t Lyon, T. L. Hulse, S. G. Shelley, Mr. Dave Rice, who lives on Green - Campbellsville, prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a Mr. Henry Parrott,I am Board of managers for the Lindsey-Wilso- n river, this county, has cattle on his j was here Friday. tance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $8.00. Training School, arrived Mon- farm, the descendants of stock brought all cases money due and must be paid, when mares are bred to Mr. Lilburn Phelps returned Irom day alternoon and the board will be in to this county from "Virginia, by his m (Tuesday) flf BOURBON POULTRY CURET session y father, more than one hundred years other stock, traded, parted with or removed from the neighbor- Jamestown Monday. throat career Mr. Rollin Hurt is attending the Mr. J. R. Garnett, in company with hood. All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care gapes. cAhISk's drops In few the. drinking water cures anti Richardson, left here last Mr. Hugh will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be re- Taylor circuit court. prevents cholera, Sunday for Shepherdsville. The Bul-li- b I have a fine brand of fertilizer, as gdtherchici disease! ol Mr. Henry Knight, Nicholasvilie, sponsible should any occur. makes 12 gallons of convened Monday, Mr. good as is made. Will sell cheap. circuit court medicine At all druggists-Samp- le was here a few days ago. having a suit in said Give me a call Richardson and booklet 5. eases of Fowls" senton DIs. S. McKinley. 21- - 3b FREE.- Mr. D. B. Cole and Mr. R. Thomas, court. This visit was made for the Baberton, were here Friday. Ad Columbia, Ky. purpose of having a day set for trial. ! , We are authorized to announce GORDON MONTGOMERY a candidate for County Attorney,, subject to We are authorized to announce tha action of the Democratic voters that TAXXER OTTLEY is a candi- of Adair, expressed at the August date for Judge of the Adair County primary. Court, subject to the expression of Democrats at the August primary, We authorized to announce R. L. 1013. CAMPBELL a candidate for County We are authorized to announce Dr. Attorney of Adair, subject to the action of the Democratic voters at the 2sT. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a candidate for Judge of the Adair August primary. County Court, subject to the Democratic voters who will express their FOR SHERIFF. choice at the August primary. We are authorized to announce S. H We are authorized to announce J. MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff. W. TUPMAX a candidate for Judge of of Adair county, subject to the action Adair county court, subject to the of the Democratic voters of said will of the Democratic voters of Adair county, expressed at the August primary, I9i:j count', at the August primary. For County Judge. To the Democrats of Adair County, I hereby announce my candidacy Jor Miss Jennie Garnett. is at home for a Jailer of Adair County subject to che action of Democrats in the August few days, from Williamsburg primary. If nominated, I will use all Dr. E A. Waggener has been conhonorable means in my power to admy associates fined to Ins room for the past wsek. vance the interest of and if elected will discharge the duties of the office impartially, I ask Z. T. Pelley, of Pelleyton, spent sevyour support. eral days of last week in Columbia. Yours truly S. G. Denny. Mr. B. H. Gilpin and W. R. Lyon were here from Campbellsville a few We are authorized to announce LU- days ago. THER BELL a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the DemocratMr. J. O. Ewing, Mr. Selden Young ic voters of Adaircounty at the August and Gran Stearns, of Burkesville, primary. were hdre Monday. We are authorized to announce Mr. Jo Russell, traveling salesman, Oliver Willis a candidate for the is spending this week here with his Democratic nomination for Jailer of Adair County, subject to the action wife and children. of the Democrats of this county in the -- Mr. F. M. Flatt, Creelsboro, and August primary. Mr. B. B. Biibrey, of Alons, Tenn., We are authorized to announce .10 were here county court. Z. CONOVER a candidate for Jailer Mr. Paul Hughes, who is a student of Adair county subject to the action of the Progressive party in the Au- in Central University, Danville, is spending a week at home. gust primary. Mrs. J. A. Boner, John A. Boner and J. A. Boner, all of Burnside, were "We are authorized to announce JAMES W. VAUGIIAN a candidate at the Hancock Hotel Friday. for Jailer of Adair county subject to Mr. C. R. Williams, an old citizen, the action of the Democratic party who lives on Green river, and who has in the. August primary. been quite sick, is reported better. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Barnett will leave COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT to day for Mt. Vernon, 111 , where they expect to reside for several months. We are authorized to announce PROF. TOBIAS II UFFAKER a canMr. Dave Rice and Miss Lillie ATan- didate for Superintendent of Public cleave, of the Green River section, Schools of Adair county, at the Nowere shopping in Columbia a fewdajs vember election. I Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, CI EJA J..JV Tmrcnn $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Large Sample Rooms with Private Bath, per day 2:00 p. m., per person Table d'hote luncheon from 12:C0 to ." 50c $2.50 Table d'dote dinner, from 6:00 to CI ftft ?X.UU 8:00 p. m.. per person 4:00 p. m. to 1:00 3. n. Rathskeller open from Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City Reservations should be made whenever possible. ROBT. B. JONES, Manager. GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Mrt. Hotel Paxtkt, Chattanoog3, Tenn., and Hotei. Auslhy (openHayl2,1913), Atlanta, Ga., tinder same management and ownership. HI IIMIIIIMII lllimil BIMMI II ! Herman c C. Tafel 236 W. Jefferson, St. Ij5 - flj riBL-- . vLAiA Louisville, Ky. AH Things ElectricaF Write for Wireless Telesrraphf Pamplileifc " Telegraph Instrm a Telophone Medical Electric Light 4t ago. it ! - ALEXANDER'S ARTIST. n nd Jt Personal to $2.00 each I ONE BOP to-da- S?a A. CHEWNING, & A THE ADAIK JOUNTY NEWS Tribute. Wage and Vice, Lost Pin Mystery. Sam Edd Squires, son of Margin and Eliza Squires, was born August the 22nd, 1845, died Feb. the 13th, 1913. Was married .January the 14th, 1873, to Miss JBelle Squires. He leaves a wife, lihree sons and sixf daughters. One son and three daughters are -- :single. He professed religion at his Ihome during a protracted meeting Iheld in his neighborhood in June ;1907. His health began to fail seved ral years since, and he was to his bed from December aintil his death. He died of a tsomplication of diseases. 'Throughout his illness he was con-sfine- , apatient and gratful for every ikindness from his devoted fam- isiy and attentive neighbors. 'ZThe last five weeks of his life one whom he had known from 3iis childhood staid by him, waiting on him as tenderly as he sould have waited on a father. Mis kindness and the kindness of ather neighbors will always be gratefully remembered. He had always been devoted to his family, and when he believed this days were numbered, he tried tso arrange his business matters ifor their comfort. During the ;years of his bad health his wife never left, and she sand his children gave him every retention. He did not fear "death, but loving his family so devotedly, he would have been jglad to live for their sake. How .yearningly his heart went out to a his three single daughters. In his last days he spent much vtime in prayer. He often said $he hoped God would give him a warning before death came. The night before his death with ecstasy he exclaimed, "Glory!" is believed that death struck Ihim then. In his last hours he talked to his family with the uitmost calmness, often though, imingling his tears with theirs. iHis last whispered words were; ""Let me die." There has passed ;'from earth a loving husband and father, a kind friend one who will be sadly missed. de-wot- ed . One of the mysteries of the The investigation conducted at Chicago by a committee of the world is certainly the pin. In Illinois senate, has been produc astounding quantities they pour tive of a great deal of testimony from numerous factories, prinwages are cipally in Birmingham. One to the effect that-lothe principal cause cf vice in mill alone is credited with turn large cities. This testimony has ing out nearly lu,uuu,uuu pins a been published by newspapers day, and no one has ever atthroughout the country, and the tempted the calculation of the impression has been created world's output. A pin isa thing that higher wages would do which, in the ordinary way, much to put an end to the white would last for years, and it is a slave traffic. The investigation problem to account for the neseems not, however, to have tak- cessity for the making of such en into consideration all the facts enormous quantities. in the case, some of which are The explanation is undoubtedworthy of note. ly that pins are so cheap that evThe United States census eryone throws away or loses shows that wages of women in them as fast as they use them. large cities are higher than those Thousands and thousands of of women in small cities and "hem enter the sewers of our towns. It also shows that the towns, and solid masses are often cost of living is higher in large found where innumerable examcities than it is in small towns. ples of these tinv articles have But what seems more to the become welded together in their point, this same authority pre passage through the sewers. sents figures that conclusively The output of a pin factory w JUDAS NO. fwHyiaMLiM 76,284. mW I i j v r 111 MuOl ipKSMraMWli .llii!BaaBaiM r5yjMSBtia!P imfetlSH WmMfflB&W&mKBmJ . ,iuii'i -- .L'J!?,s?t.'iiri-.r- . qalnA vsrjBEn?: r r" N- ' i- j .X&. taNRtkgAJBH sr. - k ". 7 "&, g..-" Syrr4ar(Sr.ir -- " 'st, ' a w ibli 7'T. ff7sJifR-rfK-w .7e-7JRL- sz -C 1 - Jl-- . iK 8 mk - "-W " m itm m E . . .. -. . rr nw . it "''vSSs ". 'fc -" J!- r- v - . 5irr --r:- w?s9SijSK5sJ xw T" "Trwni i"wMgr wr"ffrTnr"Mffirgwt-'"- tft' y " c- - rc Hi' t n. -3 251 . -- rsX R " -- 5 a.,-- ; i!53'r5S!iSi 3r-?- s jt gS3E3i& wc ' -- demonstrate the fact that housing conditions in large cities are more conducive to crime of all kinds than those in smaller places This important fact has been em- It includes dozens of different sizes from the tiny pins used by naturalists, only a quarter of an inch long, and as fine as a hair, to Ciant blanket pins four inches phasized by a comparison of in length and nearly as thick as a housing conditions in Chicago wire nail. and in Philadelphia, the former Hairpins are another example a citv of tenements, the latter a of useful articles made to be lost; city of homes; the former a city they follow the fate of the comnotorious for its vice, the latter, mon pin, and descent in a contin according to the statements of ual shower on the paths and investigation, "the cleanest city floors of every civilized country. of its size in the world." Says the Star: "One. observant But, perhaps, the most importvisitor calculated from careful ant contribution to the discussion examination that on an ordinary of the question has been made day there were over 3,000 hairby Miss Milholland, who, in an pins lying on Llandudno Paarticle on the subject, does not rade." All pins are made by hesitate to divide responsibility antomatic machines, which comfor vice between the men and plete the transformation from the women, and who frankly wire in a single operation. states that so long as there is sex attraction there will be vice, no Drive Sick Headaches Away high the wages paid. Sick headaches, sour gassy stomach, matter how disappear The only way she sees to lessen indigestion, biliousness vice is by proper instruction of quickly after you take Dr. King's children in sex hygiene, so that Xew Life Pills. They purify the new life and vigor in as bovs and girls grow to man blood and putTViHiom nnil vrrn will Hioctictom ' , hood and womanhood they will!, .. " 7?3j2r35f SSasSSfiJSaiES ZSmaLuSZZmL tj kiT'jp1 "tk-"- "i-. .- - .rn Mir i iMTfMim 2MU, r - 7" T-2- . m ?4:s3sjej jsjs- ''sv s J'T-;-- j? w- -! The above picture is a natural photograph of JUDAS the famous PER- CHERON STALLION. He will make the season of 1913, at my barn one mile east of Columbia, Ky., on the Sommerset road, for the sum of $10.00 to insure a living colt. DESCRIPTION: Judas is a 5 year old Percheron, a steel gray, weighs 1700 pounds and is 16 hands high. He is a perfect model and a world beateY. Remember that every farming country in the world wants the Percheron horse. The leading mule producing States are raising the mules from the Percheron mares. See this horse before you breed. I will gladly show you his certificate of registration and Pedigree. Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or removed from neigh- borhood. All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. W. G. McKINLEY DEIST rXAJL. OFI'ICE or. James Tripiett DENTIST NFXT TO Buggies Surreys Runabouts. Columbia, Ky. Rli I'HONE i:s. OI'TIC'E I'HONU OS Z0'r OFFICE Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. TTo weary hearts, tc mourning homes, God's meekest angel gently comes: INo power lias he to banish pain Or give us back our lost again, jAnd yet in tendered love our dear themselves and their relations to each other. says Miss Milholland rightly that "morals cannot be created by law." They never have been and they never will be. Higher better understand uc ivcu aauiaucu. iui&i;o. uery box guaranteed. Price 25c. Rec-A- d ommended by Paull Drug Co. Hemstitching on the Machine. ucij ,.. WELL DRILLER Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A Car Load Of Saturday Buo-o'les ed I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me before contracting. Latest machinery of all kinds. im-yrov- Every Pump Repairing Done. Give And heavenly Father sends him tion. Grit. here. 0, thou who moumest on thy way, A Good Laundry Soap. With longings for the cloae of day; 2IIe walks with thee, that angel kind, And gently whispers, "lie resigned;" "Readers of The Commoner" ,jBear up, bear up, the end shall tell The dear Lord ordereth all things will find this a good laundry well. A daughter. wages will only lessen tempta- soap; Measure twelve quarts of waKitchen Wisdom. ter (soft) ; take six quarts and put over the lire in a large soap A cheerful smile makes a fine kettle; when it boils, add five dessert. pounds of tallow, or any kind of .Stir a smile into the pudding, grease, even the carcklings af"I forgot" spoiled the broth. ter frying out the lard; let the Flavor the salad with the oil grease boil a few minutes and of loving kindness. then gradually add one box of Plain cooking, handsome chi- lve: while it is boiling, put four ldren. ounces each of borax and sal soGood service is half the din- da into a quart of the water you ! gier. i Guess, and ruin the cake. Cleanliness is godlmess-natur- e is clean. begins to get ropy, which it will A merry heart makes light in half an hour, add the borax pastry. and soda solution, stir well, and Order, cleanliness and know-Shothese three, and the grea- gradually stir in the five remaining quarts of cold water; it must test is know-hoClean hands and and white "rope" well before adding the Ibread. borax and soda. Dip out into shallow pans, let cool and dry in Wanted The public to know we the air. Commonc r. sire in the market as purchasers of w w. cat--gJeand have already measured; set on the back of the stove until both are dissolvod. When the soap " 22-- it hogs. Clint Smith & Co. Indian Runner duck eggs, 45 cents for 15, fawn color. Mrs. J. W. Tupman. Several readers have asked for me a Call. this method, and two dear good C. YATES readers have just sent these directions in; so we pass them along at once. Measure off the hem wanted, tear off, double the H. JOI4ES the strip, turn a very norrow Veterinary Surgeon hem on them. Take paper, fold sixteen thicknesses, pu- - the two and Dentlbt edges together, and slip the 5 years experience. Special attention thicknesses of paper between given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded Schuol under the hem. Loosen the top building. PHOE NO. 7. N. tension of the machine, and proedge ceed to sew as close to the as you can stitch, then tear out OttSey the paper, pull the goods apart, W. and you will have the hemRttorney-Rt-liastitching. Mrs. Hi. U. Wilt practice in all the Another: Measure the hem as Courts desired, draw four or five threads Columbia, Ky. or as many as desired; turn the raw edge of the hem, and part your hem (measure to fit the Burglars obtained diamonds and goods to keep straight) just a securities valued at $350, from a if you were working by hand. New York pawn broker's shop Now fold them and goods togeth- by tunnelling under under the er, set machine so it will make a building, and entering the vault. short stitch, loosening the tenCough Medicine for Children. sion a very little, then sew very care cannot be used in close to the edge, having the Two much selecting acouge medicine for childrawn threads on top, and part dren:. It should be pleasant to take, your hem. Sometimes you will contain no harmful substance and be have to pull the hem to get it most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough in place. Test on some old goods Remedy meets tnesere'quirementsand until you know how. This will is a favorite with the mothers of young children everyweere. For sale look like hand work. Ella G. J. Saturday June 22nd. Main li. Street Grreensbur- - was Blocked for two hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis. During the day Town Marshall called on to clear the street. Tanner wi - What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales. Quality, Styles and Easy Riding. REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggj man, the Mower and Binder man, the .4 Gasoline the Engine man, Implement man. Farm WOODSON GREENSBURQ,-KY- . LEWIS by Paull Drug Co. Ad. , 'Ld - --- v 7 THE ADAIR COUNT I NttWS Birdseve view of our Plant Smilh Chapei.' "Largest in Dixie" W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated The storm last Thursday night did a great deal of damage in this neighborhood. It moved a house belonging to Owen Stone 6 or 7 feet off the foundation. Fences were blown down in every direction. Mr. Iven Bennett and wife were visiting R. 0. Cabbell at Jopa, the latter part of the week. Mr. Henry Moore, John Will Smith and Miss Viner Smith were visiting Miss Mattie Young last Saturday and Sunday, Our school will close at Smith's Chapel Friday. We are all sor-r- v to give Miss Mattie up as she is such a good teacher and a pleasant girl. We hope to be lucky enough to get her to teach the summer school. Breed To The Best I' Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Windows, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Louisville k. II AT fll II h mw m Mrs. Dealie Smith and children This combined saddle left last sunday morning for of 1913 my barn one mile South Louisville. ; Duke of Adair No. 4660 Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh American and European Plans RATES: Mr. Ollie Corbin, wife little son, visited Mr. Clay im nett and wife, last Sunday Born, to the wife of Tom DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE: Duke is 7 years old this spring, dark brown or black, 16 hands highancl bin, on the 20th, a girl. has fine style and action. He was sired by old Red Bird 1950, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's LexingMrs. Mary Beard is in a very ton 3234, he by Grits Black Hawk. Red Bird's 1st dam Liza Griffin, she by Bailey's Dexter, he by Cabell's Lexington.-Duke- 's bad condition. Her son from 1st dam Maud Bailey 7862, she by Hubble's On Time 745, he' by Stonewall Jackson 72, 2nd dam Black Kate,, Bradfordsville, is expected to ar- she by Red Squirrel 53 he by Black Squirrel 58. rive soon. Mrs. Willie Smith's condition remains about the same. Miss Vinsr Smith is quite sick This fine young Jack will make the season of 1913 at the this week. same place at $6. for a horse mule and $7. for a mare, to insure a The little son of Mr. Lucien Jiving colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or sold. Turner, who was badly burned se a m,i w,,i. : e ,j ,. vini iuuiiwjui.uiuwiui.ft, ,.,:, mcaiy ;uiius, o years uiu inib a few weeks ago, is some better. spring, has fine head and ears and extra heavy bone. He has proven We are in hopes he wih soon re- himself to be a s breeder. cover. In both cases all care will be taken to prevent accidents but Mr. Iven Bennett and wife, not responsible should any occur. j j and harness stallion will make the present season? at north of Montpelier at $10.00 to insure a living: colt-Mon-ey due when colt is foaled or mare traded or sold. Duke has proven himselff and Ben 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.& Cor- and as to the quality of his colts they can't be beat in this country. BLACK HAWK .i.. American Plan $2.00 and up ' European Plan $1.00 and up We serve the best American Plan meals in the South i haw first-clas- The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. Herman Steinhilber, ManntfpCraycraft. - Miss Viner Smith, John Will Smith and Henry Moore, all from Chapfe1' had Cecil, the little son of Mr. and miuiciiacij'. Mrs. G. L. Blair, who has been Cane Valley. sick the Dast two weeks, with , the pleasure present, and all expressed them- - Smith's of "tending the singing at Zion selves as having enjoyed the day lastbunday. i V. ML Epperson. Montpelier, Ky. i' malarial fever, remains about the same. Mr. Robert Bailey, who has been attending school' at Berea, Ky., is at home sick with measles Messrs. Mont and Omer Mau-pi- n and Forest Bryant, left recently for 111. where they expect to do farm work. Misses Minnie, Bertha and Effie Shepherd were visiting at Mr. Elisha Kimbler's last Sunday afternoon. Mr .1. D. Hayes returned from Russell county iast week where he has been to visit Mr. George Grider who is very sick and but little hope for his recovery. ys Sublett and wife were in you to try Chamberlain's Cough RemLouisville last week buying their edy t lie next time you have a cough or cold. There is no reason so far as spring stock of goods. we can see why you should not do so. Tin's preparation by its remarkable Mrs Anna Hatcher, of Louiscures has gained a world wide rep ville, wa cailed to the bedside of utation, and people everywhere speak her mother, Mrs. Beard, who is of it. in the highest terms of praise. J. W. real sick. Mesdames Mary Callison and Ida Wilson visited relatives in Campbellsville last Saturday and Sunday. who has been in Louisville having his eyes treated, returned home last Tuesday night. Mrs. Daisy Judd, who has been very low with typhoid fever for Mr. J. T. Johnston, the past six weeks, died last Monday night and was buried , The singing at Mr. J. O. Pol-le- Wednesday. last Saturdry night week, Mrs. Love Smith and Misses attended and all re- Julia Moore and Mary Feese rewas largely ported a fine singing. turned "home from Louisville last Monday. They purchased a nice Master Alunzo Bryant celebrated his 13 birthday. Quite line of millinery goods. Mrs. Smith is a first-clas- s trimmer. a number of his friends and Mr. Bob Kelly, of near New Alplaymates went in to help the little fellow eat a splendid din- bany, Ind., spent last week with his brother, Mr. W. M. Kelly, ner. Prof. Huffaker was here last of this place. Mr. Eugene Rice, of Campbellsweek to see his friends. by the bedside of his Such a nice social gathering ville. is Mr. Joe Rice, who is and such another fine dinner brother, sick. .your scribe has not had the quite Miss Cattie Wilson, of Gresh-apleasure of attending in a long is visiting her brother, Mr. time, as the Easter dinner that was spread at the home of Mr. Bob Wilson. and Mrs. Albert Blair last SunThe rains did ' lots of damage fea- to farmers in this vicinity. day, and another enjoyable ture of the occasion was the Mr. and Mrs. Chat. Dehoney good singing and organ music are visiting their daughter, Mrs. of the afternoon. There were (Continued on page 6, co'umn 6.) ahost of relatives and friends m, and will remove to M. O. StevenI son's property near Columbia. Mrs. Letty Jane Wooldridge, wife of Rev. Jonn Wooldridge, y passed t3 eternal re.vard on March IS, 1913 She was 61 It is for sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad. years old, a devoted christian and member of the Methodist Owensby. church. The funeral services by Rev. Tarter, interGenerally speaking the health were held ment in the Wooldridge graveThis fine Stallion will make the season of 1913 at my barn 2? of the neighborhood is very yard near Wooldridge's mill. miles from Jamestown and will be permitted to serve mares for $8.00? good. A presidential term of office in to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foalded or mare-tradeThe wheat crops are looking or removed from neighborhood or bred to other stock. Alf Mexico is 6 years, subject to a very promising. care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur-recall and a rifle squad, but we The farmers are progressing RAVEN BIRD sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown I95. hope Dr. Wilson's regime will nicely with their work and will he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dm Authilia Thompnot terminate in that way. son, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Blacfc soon be ready for planting corn. Mr. Harlin Haynes, a silver- Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, he by King Denmark. 3rd darm e We don't want to forget the smith, of Esto, was here one day Bonie, by old Nat Brown 81. hoecake as we ate in days RAVEN BIRD is a beautiful mahogany bay, full 16 hands high, 6 years? last week. of yore. 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. On Friday March 21, 1913, Pickett . He posseses extreme-speestyle and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever aunt Sarah Clayton, who had seen or handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most attractive-manner- . passed her 83rd mile post, in the There is no serious sickness in He is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excelrace of time, succumbed to the this neighborhood at present. lent breeder: inevitable and crossed the cold The wheat crop is coming out BILL MeFARLAND. and silent river of death. The considerably in the last few deceased leaves two daughters, weeks. This Jack is the John Mcfarland Jack, 15 hands 3 inches high, step-so- n several two sons, one and will stand at same place at $S.OO to insure a living colt. Same: Mr Ervin Keltner and wife, of terms as applied to horse. grandchildren a n d a host o f Valley, were visiting at friends. She confessed her Sav- Cane G. T. Kemps one night last week ior early in life and united with W. G. Pickett, our merchant-the M. E. church. The funeral A large crowd took dinner at oresent. services were held at Bethlehem left for the Louisville market Mrs Jane C. Whitlock's Easter by Rev. Tarter in his most sol- Monday. ' Sunday, about 40 in number. found a rUre for Rheumatisms emn and impressive manner G. W Whitlock sold his stock "1 suHered with, rheumatism for Mr. Rollin Pyles got . painfully after which the remains were in- of goods to his brother, Otho, a t.wo years and rould not get my rightr terred in the cemetery at that short time ago. His health is hurt a few days ago while at hand to my mouth for that length otC Chapman. Ma place. not very good and he concluded work on a barn for Mr. Tom time," writes Lee L.suffered pleton, Iowa. "I Finn, but is able to be out again. pain so I could not sleep or terrible Died, March 22nd, Miss Lena that he needed more fresh air. lie still There has been lots of farm at; night. Five years ago I begam Lawless, a daughter of the late Mr. U. N. Whitlock a"nd famiusing Chamberlain's Liniment and in Hardin Lawless, with consump- ly, of Bliss, were visiting his work done in the last few weeks two months I was well and have not kr. Allen Parson, our produce suffered with rheumatism since-rtion. The deceased was about sister at this place one night by AdiL- man is getting lot3 of produce, at For sale Paull Drug Co. 20 years old and a member of last week. 1 the M. E. church The funeral services were conducted by"Rev Straight at it. There is no use of our "beating Tarter, interment at Bethlehem. around the bush." We might as well J. H. Barger has sold his farm out with it first as last We want hr RAVEN BIRD. 4 I d ! old-tim- d, .: )ohn F. Wooldridge- -- , 3 t 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Mike Winfrey, of Columbia, 3ras here one day the first of the 7ffeek. W. W. Yates returned from g, iEdmonton the first of the week. J. F. Pendleton, of Greens-Sburwas here Monday looking naffer his farming interest. .Ed Hill was at Greensburg lviaat Wednesday. . 3 ' W :kVmmwt DIImmJ), I DCAUGULU OBELSS 1 ?5 I k bff vffaf xWHF3T m yS u.-- f an z. H S7fimlM Mrs mh v Miss Mollie Flowers school closed last Friday, she taught r-- very interesting school. Messrs Nell &Nell have charge of Keltner Bros, store, they last week, the stock -- amounted t o something near t&hirty-fiv- e hundred dollars. in-oic- ed biscuit, fluffy rolls or aroma of feather-lik- e light flaky pastry turning to agolden brown tempting enough to fairly melt in your mouth? To obtain the best results you must use the highest grade flour muled entirely "Always Winter wheat and that's hard Made With the than the from bestReliable95 Floor What can be more appetizing Noble Peacock Mrs. W. M. Wilmore was on vsthe-sick list several days of last ;?X sssses6 X week. Scott Hill is painting W. S. SPickett's new house this week. Mr. Strong Hill returned from iMcGregor, Texas last Friday accompanied by two young ladies, tshe Misses Reece, from Kansas Mr. Hiil reports daughter improving slowly. City. How You Share Our Profits Profit-Sharin- NOBLE PEACOCK the best Stallion in Kentucky, will serve to ger this year (when Winter wheat is high this season for the low price ot $10.00 to insure a living colt. and Spring wheat costs much,less millers are teirptcd to blend Spring and Winter NOBLE is 5 years old 15h hands high, is a beautiful bay wheat flours for greater profit) soless yoia with white hind feet, strictly sound and the best saddle horse I insist on your grocer supplying ever backed. He is showing the best lot of colts this spring I ever looked at. h" & 3 nrtlr FnT ftiip nrk S. Profit-Sharin- g z&y-zcouBo- rSSsfSJFLOWERS & sale fL NOBLE is by Jordan Peacock 1148, the best breeder that 1?rot-Sharm- ir Coupon which sack of Ballard's Obelisk Fourcontains a "Good-ac-Jascan be exchanged lor valuable, useful cr ornamental articles oy mamng them to ine was ever in Adair county, his colt shows at the Columbia Fairs is g Premium Co., at Louisville, Ky. All premiums arc delivered to yoc evidence of the fact. Noble's dam is by Artist Jewel, 2nd dam freight or express prepaid so that they don't cost you a singis penny. troubles, by Cromwell Denmrk 73, 3rd dam Phone for a sack of Obelisk be convinced thax it end-- your bake-da- y by Artist 75. There is not a beti JSB3g"SS2 l- Ballard & Ballard Co., Inc., mtlM t tTTfta,SMlgSU!l33iy.ft.T Louisville, Ky ter bred stallion living than - Vih ! For By BECK, Columbia, Ky. - Noble Peacock, and I will guarantee every good mare that is bred to Noble, to bring a high class celt with both ends up. I met this gentleman on subse quent trips to the same place Mr. J. F. Pendleton, of Greens-P&urill llr I ,. ' and passed as casual acquaint 1 inw z. rnL" . Mill I I11 .,,. while in our community HM:"f lll'H ilM' ill lit ances. d something like tbought A few days ago while at Jordan tof hogs for future delivery at Valley, I overheard this man !3j57'.tiO and $7.25 cents per cwt. I jffiWml II f II ! make some remark about Ken7Mr. Pendleton is a very liberal tucky. Well, you know if there L"buyer and our stock men are - glad that he is on the 'market is anything that will arouse a Kentuckian's curiosity, it is to for stock. hear some one speaking of his JJncle Weeden Yate3 says he native State. I proceeded then i is for Stanley for United States to break all the rules and ask Who is the next one? questions. I found that his name Charles Diddle, of L. W. T. S., was S. K. Jones, and that he jgT t spent last Sunday at home. Every member of your family will appre- - MH came from Adair county, that IS ciate the many handsome, useful presents you uO ;Mr. J. W. Walker, of Columbia, he knew nearly all the people JS can get free with the coupons now packed in jj. i spent a few days on the farm that I did, and quite a number i near here last week on account that I didn't know. of his brother, Nat, being confin-- l Well, we proceeded then to ed with rheumatism. have a good visit, and I will conMr Allen Kemp, one of our fess that it was one of the most t farmers and best cit- enjoyable visits that I have had izens, is confined to his room with in a long time. rlever st this time. It was more than a dream of Duke's Mixture is one of the big favorite brands for The few days of warm weath- - home as my mind jumped back both pipe and cigarettes. Men everywhere prefer it because of its true natural tobacco taste. Duke's Mixture years. ar put fishing in the minds of our over those twenty-seve- n is simply the choice leaves of fine Virginia and North Even now I can see the old Iboys and the banks of our creek Carolina bright leaf thoroughly aged, stemmed and brick school house at Zion, surcrumbled. It's impossible to get a purer smoke or a were lined up with fishermen. more likeable one than this mild, rich, fragrant Liggett Mr. and Mrs. George McMahan rounded with those stately Oak 5 Myers Duke's Mixture. c of East Fork, were in our midst and Beech trees, with the cool One and a half ounces of this choice granulated tobacco cost only 5c and with each sack you get a book moss like a carpet underneath. ) last Friday, Mrs. McMahan was of cigarette papers FREE. I believe I would recognize every i looking after millinery goods. The Presents are FREE name carved on the old desks and While in conversation with Mr They do not cost you one penny. In each 5c sack of seats with the overworked jack-knifLiggett $' Myers Duke's Mixture we now pack a free "J". H. Smith a few day ago he in-i present coupon. With these coupons you can get any Let's see, there were formed us that he was in the kl article described in our new Forest and Jim Ed, and Manje, illustrated catalogue of presmarket last week, in Louis- -' Boss and Crick, John and Hud., 1 ents. As a special offer, ville, and sold a few hogsheads good during December Jack and Sylvester, Sid, Joe and at a low price considering what Les, and January only, we but I am getting over to will give you this catat tobacco was bringing on the same the little school house log absolutely FREE, back of i market a few months ago. Mr. Simply send us your name the field now, but it doesn't really and address. ; Smith was also on the stock matter, I believe I would know Coupons from DUKE'S MIXTURE may zmarket and reported good cattle be assorted with Tags from HORSE every one of them if I should go SHOE, J. T.. TINSLEY'S NATURAL Celling for their full value. LEAF, GRANGER TWIST and coupons back now; but of course they double coufrom FOUR ROSES ( pon). PICK PLUG CUT, PIEDMONT We will ring off this week by wouldn't know me, because I am CLIX CIGARETTES. CIGARETTES. and other tas and coupons issued lyus. vaying that we have been well getting old and Premium Dcpt. ampplied with candidates and I guess if there are any Beech S hrVfKriC'-ist&ccc-o & cfrumrners, the former in good trees left standing on the road to dm ST. LOUIS. MO. spirits with a bright future, and school, you will find my name saiir nun I li jaPivfecS5:viyivr:K fKSffJ ill H , .oaBSMaK mim ntu the latter enjoying good trade carved there; and I am truly glad it! j i And "happy on the way." now that I had the forethought g, -car-loa- his HIGHWAY and JACK O'DIAMONDS k. jSHt ti My two fine Jacks will stand for $10.00 for mare mules and $8.00 for horse mules to insure. . HIGHWAY'S colts sold last fall as high as $120.00. I sold a pair of the 29th day of March, to W. T. Thompson, of Hart county for $440.00. This was two of the finest mules that were ever raised in Adair county, and they were by Highway. "-- ,- w SKI IiCJI "Thank Duke's Mixture for Them" ffe j "Sl Wffi JACK O'DIAMONDS was 2 years old last fall and islalgood prospect. He was sired by G. Y. Thompson's 16 hand Jack, at Centre, Ky., for which Mr. Thompson has been offered $1200. Jack O'Diamond's dam was by Governor St. John a 16 hand Jack. When you breed to my stock you are breeding to the best. I have been in the Breeding business 34 years, and I do not 'keep anything but the best. If mare is traded or removed out of the neighborhood where she is bred before folding time the season is then due. Respectfully. W. L. Grady. EVERYTHINGIIN J ap-to-da- te HOOFING AsphaSt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized i and Printed. Also Ehvood and 'American Fence. e. -- Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- co JwSSSSmP' CO- ; 6 Eaat Malkci Street, Between First and Crook Louisville, Ky. J " iOc-tt- n 'he Adair County News and loth One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journ- al bald-heade- d. raasl&J-- 4 -- t3srmiummm S3 The "Distinctive" Store For Midvale, Idaho, April 1st, 1913. JSditor Adair County News: Twc .years ago I took a seventy . xniie stage ride, from Caldwell Idaho, to Jordan Valley, Oregon, with a gentleman with whom I became faisly well acquainted, .that is according to the western . style of getting acquainted. I did not ask'his name nor did he mine. I do not know wheth-a- r this wonld have been a breach )f the rules of western etiquette pr not, but for some reason one aeems to naturally fall into this amannerof action toward -ask J to do so much carving while I was small, for I have never had but a Kentnckian, whether a t from the old hickory logs go of fame or in the ward and the opportunity to carve it in the depths of poverty, always lowest of cheer their warmth ar.d light and hospitality reach thinks Halls of Fame since I left there, of his native home with a feel-- ! outward to all who come cvithin and that may be parlly responsi- ing of reverence. Why? I have its reach. It was there we drew tried to solve that problem but those beautiful pictures in our ble, ut it makes me feel proud- am not sure that I have arrived youthful imagination, assisted by the weird and ever changing my old home, at the right solution. er than ever of may be his youthful memo- - checks and seams of the old back It when I learn that so many of the ries of the green hills, the woods, log. Adair county boys have carved pastures, the meadows, or the Yes, Kentucky will always be their names higher and on some-thin- g songs . of the mocking bird; it dear to me, but thereis one spot maybe the- laughing brook, the there that is sacred., it is justa more lasting.than tAge rflfejecy clouds e ' about .six by three, 'in gorgeous sun- beeches, where ithe bark ojogsn? ' sets, it may De the bloom ,ot the tne little cnurcnyara at tilenville, Honey where lies the.femainsxof one PoPla P the crack and dpface riof tnempss. ..feuckle and thescent ofappje, or of whom I cannot remember one Crab grow over may be'even the Chestnut b"urrs.1 harsh word. ,Nothing.bur love , " i, An 'Irishman maytrample. the and stone bruises m the stories and kindness. bravery and de 1 au of. iea, ii. i cunppait:, shamrock, A Scotchman may, lay 'vfti.;nn that are told and tW nrin. back agajnfsometime if only loyalty that tor a day. aside the kilts and bagpipes, a ciples of honor and k Yours-JTrulia?e taught around the old fire Chinaman mav cut off his cue r ' place, while the sparks and flames Ed L. Morris. up-thehei, i Floorand Wail Coverings s, Carpets, and Linoleum Wallpaper and Draperies When in Louisville come in and see our splendid Assortments and how well we can serv$ you with reliablequalities at moderate prices-centrally u. : ' - or-th- small-jTofc- located V and-bbliterat- e. if Hubbuch Bros,, & "Mifendorff - : Incorporated self-sacrific- e, 522 and 524 West Market St. y, - Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. i