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The following information was Mr. J. W. Hurt Crosses the Dark written by Mrs Allen Pile, Paducah, Ky., to a relative in Columbia. It Valley After'A Long Illness. was dated April 8. I thought perhaps you'd be interested in knowing we are almost "in the Funeral Services at Methodist Church. swim." We are nearly twomiles from the river, but the water is from 4 After an illness of nearly two years, inches to 18 or more in our yard and Mr. J. W. Hurt, who was one of the lot. It would come over Allen's boot best known men in Adair county, tops yesterday, any where in the back peacefully passed through the veil last yard, but has fallen a little bit Thursday afternoon at 6:05 o'clock, his lacked 26 inches of getting to our wife, all his children, sisters and broth- It floors. We haven't received mail, or ers being at his bedside. had any lights or gas forseveral days. This death was nob unexpected, as Since Saturday, boats and skiffs by the deceased was a victim of stomach the dozens have been going by our trouble and had been on the decline house in all directions, and water is for about two years. Forseveral weeks to the top of high boots in front of before the end came his condition was our gate. Several times a boat has critical, the family and friends know- come in our yard, to our steps. We ing that it was only a short time until couldn't get out any other way, as it the final earthly separation would take was over our boot tops at the gate. place, each member being nerved to The children are never so happy as meet the result, the physicians hav- when we lend them our boots and let ing administered every known reme- them wade, or somebody takes them dy. a boat ride. They haven't had a real The deceased was a son of Y. E. ducking yet. We can go all the way Hurt, who in his life time was promi- from here to town in a boat. A very nent throughout this county, and was few streets are out of water. We are born and reared a few miles from Co- father out than the Judge Park place. lumbia, but for several years he and Water hasn't been as high here since his family have resided in this place. 1884. He was 64 years old the 6th of last January. ho. 6769. When quite a young man Mr. Hurt was deputy Sheriff under his father, and later he was twice elected and OF THE CONDITION OF served two terms as Sheriff of Adair county. Soon after he reached his majority THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK he was married to Miss Margaret Pyle, AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE and to this union sis children were OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE born, five of whom are living; one died OF BUSINESS APR., 4, 1913. in infancy. RESOURCES. The deceased was a member of the Loans and discounts 110 176 25 Methodist Church, having connected Overdrafts, secured and unsecurhimself with that organization when ed 1 930 41 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 25 000 Ofl quite a young man. Besides his wife he leaves four sons, Other Bonds to Secure Postal Savings a 002 00 one daughter, a number of "brothers Bonds, securities, etc 30 225 93 and sisters. Banking: house, furniture, and The funeral services were held at fixtures 3 400 00 f the Methodist Church, this city, Fri- Due from National Banks (not reserved agents) 5 248 51 day afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, conductState and ed by the pastor, Rev. J. S. Chandler, Due fromand Bankers. Private Banks Trust a large circle of relatives and friends Companies and Savings Banks being present. After the services the Due from approved reserve remains were conveyed to the city agents 35 145 os cemetery, there to await the resurrec- Checks and other cash items.... 229 06 tion morn. Notes of other National Banks 455 00 The News extends its symathy to Fractional paper currency.nick- els, and cents 654 99 the family and all other relatives. to-da- y. Principalof the Llndsey-WH- - son Training School. REV.J.S. CHANDLER SUCCEEDS HiM. For more than two weeks it has been known to a number of Columbians that Prof. P. D. Neilson had tendered his resignation as of the Lindsey-Wilso- n Training School, and had accepted a position as principal of a Boy's School Spring-tielTenn. Last week the Board of Managers of the institution washere, looking after the interest of the school for the coming year, and who would succeed Prof. Neilson was in the minds of the peo ple, but ib was not known until Wednesday night who the mantle would fall upon. It is our understanding that there were six applicants for the positiou, but it seems from the action of the board that it had but one man in view Rev. J. S. Chandler, pastor of the Methodist Church this place who was not an applicant, and who was greatly surprised when the position was tendered him. He was one of the Committee who came to Columbia d, BFOPLT Report of the condition of the Lawful money reserved in bank, viz: Specie 9 notes 2 Redemption fund with U. S. 143 300 11 443 00 Bank of Jamestown Doing Business at the town of Jamestown, County of Russell. State of Kentucky Treasurer culation) (5 per cent, of cir- 1 250 00 Total LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplusfund Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding Due to other National Banks Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers Dividends unpaid 33 Individual deposits subject to check 73 Postal Savings Deposits 227 225 29 at the 25 000 00 25 000 00 309 33 2.1 000 00 Clcse of Business on the 4th day of April, 1913. 442 06 07 51 075 qo 150 695 76 35 63 S227 59 and selected the site for the planting of the school buildings, and he has been greatly interested in the institution from that date. In the school room he is not a tyro liaving served sixteen years as ateach-er- . After due consideration he accepted the offer and will enter heartily into the work for the continued success pt this well known and popular school. Bev. Chandler is a man of great force, and evidently possesses an abundance of governing power, well educated a popular gentleman. We predict that he will fill the place with credit to himself and to the perfect satisfaction of patrons and pupils. Prof. It. K. Moss, who lias been with the school from the beginning 11 years, will continue as He needs no commendation from The News, as he is known throughot this section of the State as a high gentleman, full cf energy and a most excellent instructor, a teacher very much loved by his pupils. Prof. Neilson wili remain with the school until the close" of the present term, at which time he will leave for his new field. The departure of himself, his most excellent companion and little daughter, will be generally regretted, as they have resided in Columbia long enough to become endeared to the people, hence they will be greatly missed. Prof. Neilson is a thorough teacher, very much in love with the work, a gentleman of strong character, a valuable acquisition to any school, and the institution to which he goes should feel honored in securing his services. al! RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts secured and unsecured Stocks. Bonds and other Securities Due from Banks 172 413 5S0 U 073 il Cashonhand Banking House. Furniture and Fixtures 53 48G 53 9 713 59 Total Before the opening of the September term valuable improvements will be made "on the hill." The Girls dormitory will be given a thorough overhauling, all the rooms to be State of Kjsntdcky, County of Adair J and other necessary changes will be made. The Boys dormitory will also be given attention, and when the fall term opens every thing on the hill will be as bright as a new pin The money to make these necessary improvements was raised last Wednesday night by voluntary subscriptions. vgg; 2 500 00 151 772 65 Total LIABILTIES Capital Stock paid in cash. SurplusFund Undivided Profits Less Expenses and taxes paid Deposits Subject to check 15 000 00 8 000 00 3 S 13 03 124 929 50 J I. E. H. Hughes. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly &uear that the above statement is true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. e. H. Hughes. Cashier. Subscribed anu sworn to before me this 10th day of Apr.. 1913. G. P. Smythe. N. P. A. C Commission Expires, Jan. 24, 1914. life convincing his hearers that it Valley. 10 entries. All good ones. took indomitable pluck for young peoTuesday April 8, Best gentleman ple to come to the front. rider, farmer, over 30 years old 1st REPORT OFTHE CONDITION 2nd prize Dan Miller, Burdick. prize Luther Jones, Hatcher. 8 entries. OF THE Wednesday April 9,Best black cake 1st prize Miss Ella Kerr. 2nd prize Mrs. S. W. Guthrie. BANK OF COLUMBIA Best pie 1st prize Mrs. B. H. Gilpin. Doing Business at Town of Colum2nd prize Mrs. G. E. Bridge. bia, County of Adair, State of 14 automobiles in parade. All laKentucky, dies from the country given free auto At the Close of Business on the ride. Thursday 10, Big Load Day, Dan 4th Day of Apk. 1913. Carroll from Casey Creek 1st prize, kesouuces. hitched to a 4 inch Loans and Discounts 0 033 37 with 10 mules hauled accurate 1 314 SI Tennessee wagon Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured 8 538 23 count 194 people all over 15 years old, Stock. Bonds and other Securities 3G 652 29 Due from Banks total weight about 27,000 pounds. 9 165 CO Cash on hand More people than was counted on the Checks and other cash at our 1006 30 three largest loads combined items Banking house, Furniture and demonstration week last year. By fixtures 2 000 00 far the largest load of people that was 4 wheel 259 420 62 ever hauled at one load on a Total wagon. Hancock Bros., Cane Valley, LIABILITIES. won 2nd prize, 90 people with 6 mules. paid in, in Capital stock . 530000 00 1,500 tickets given out to the moving cash 30 000 00 picture show. Surplus, Funds Undivided Profits, leis exFriday litis, Best team mules penses and taxes paid 7 016 23 1st prize Henry Grillln, Coburg. 191 655 50 Deposits subject to check 2nd prize Curtis Yarberry, Cane 745 89 Reserve for taxes Valley. Total 239 420 C2 Five good teams entered in the con STATE OF KENTUCKY, . N J We, the members of the Board of Managers of the Lindsey-Wilso- n As is their Custom thejljBuchanan Training School of the Louisville Conference of the M. E. Church, South, Lyon Company Brought Large. in our annual meeting, miss the presCrowds to Campbellsville ence and wise counsel of our honored and beloved brother, Gov. James R. Last Week. Hindman, who was a very useful and efficient member of this Board, therefore be it Resolved 1st That Gov. Hindman MANY VALUABLE PRIZES AWARDED was a devoted friend to education, and that the success of the Lindsey-Wilso- n Training School is largely due The Buchanan Lyon Company, to his liberality and the constant at- Campbellsville, one of the most enterprising firms in this section of the tention he gave the school. Resolved 2nd That we recognize State, was largely in the swim all last his knowledge of matters and wisdom week, people in droves daily flocking in dealing with complex questions to their place of business. It was arising in the management of the Demonstration Week, representatives from foreign wholesale firms being affairs of the school. Resolved 3rd That we miss his present. good fellowship, his presence, his wit In order that the largest number might become interested, many valand humor always enlivened our meetuable prizes were offered and awarded, ings. Resolved 4th That these resolu- the contests being spirited, the whole tions be spread upon the minutes of town and all visitors taking a deep inthis meeting, and a copy given to the terest. The manner in which this lirm adAdair County News for publication. vertises is novel, and while it cost J. S. Chandler, money, it pays or it would not be kept Gross Alexander, up year in and year out. EnterprisS. G. Shelley, ing firms are the ones who get the T. L. Hulse, business, the Buchanan Lyon CompaR. W. Browder, ny knowing just what to spring in A. R. Kasey. order to get its friends to come to Campbellsville. An immense stock of A Splendid Lecture. buggies, wagons, automobiles, farming implements of all kinds, hardware Dr. Gross Alexander, perhaps the and saddlery is always ready and on most scholarly minister of the Louis- exhibition. Low prices has built for ville Conference, delivered an exceed- this firm a large trade throughout South Eastern Kentucky, and it hopes ingly interesting lecture Methodist church Tuesday night of to merit the continued patronage of last week. It sparkled ' with humor its many friends. The following and was full of sound advice to young prizes were awarded during the week: men and young women, and those who Monday April 7, Best mare or geldfailed to hear it, missed a rare treat. ing any age, owned and driven by He held the large audience, all present farmer to a Buchanan Lyon Commanifestly intensely int e r e s t e d pany's Buggy 1st prize Luther Jones, Hatcher. throughout. He incidently referred 2nd prize Robert Hancock, Cane to struggles he experienced in his own Burkesville High School team and the Lindsey-Wilso- n crossed bats here last Saturday afternoon, a fair crowd witnessing the contest: Although the weather was 40 degrees cold, the game was very exciting from start to finish. Although Sullivan was sick and was far from his best, h e pitched.a game of ball as is seldom seen in- Columbia: he only allowed three hits, and these were gotten in the first two innings: he had them at his mercy all the game striking out 10 of them. The game reached the climax in excitement i u the 5th inning, when Wesley, with two men on bases, knocked a home run. The final score was 8 to 2 in favor of Lindsey. Batteries, Sullivan. Wolford, Hale and Miller. Struck o u I b y Sullivan 10, Hale 12. Hits, Liudsey 10, Burkesville 3. Timeof game Ii r. 50 min. Umpire, Press Sandige. Nat Aaron 1 Scorer. Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY First Natl. Bank. Columbia, Plffs. 1 J. L. Hurt&Co..Dfts. C. E. Willis, Crocus, petition Plffs. vs. J. L. Hurt&Co.,Dfts. vs. and By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January term, thereof, 1913, in the above cause, for the sum of $92.22 829.70 at the and 341 05 cost and $133.12 and cost herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-houdoor in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 5th day of May, 1913, at I o'clock, P. M., or thereabout (being County Court) upon a credit of J six months the following described property A certain tract of land situated in, Adair county, Ky., on the waters of Russells creek, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a Hickory, corner to Robert Sanders' deed, thence with a line of A. C. Jeffries' land N. 79 poles W. 87 poles, passing said Jeffries' corner to a White Oak 35 links to a stone in W. P. Willis' line; thence with same S. 41 W. 126 poles to a stone, Black Oak and Dogwood, Q. Montgomery's corner, thence S. 76 E. 121 poles to a Black Oak, Gum and Hickory, Robert Sanders' corner: thence N. 41 E. 6 poles to a White Oak and Dogwood, in Sanders' line; thence S. 45 E. 19 poles to two Wliite Oaks, thence N. 16 E. 126 poles to the beginning. Containing 83J acres. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interost from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. se to-wit: W. A. COFFEY, Master Commissioner. Made a Good Impression. The following is from the hotel keeper at Springfield aud the professor of the school at that place, the L. W. T. S., boj's having recently played a gams in that town: "The Lindsey-Wilso- n Training County of Adair, . J23" STATE OF KENTUCKY. I COUNTY OF RUsSELL. fSct We Simco Dockery and V. S. Knight Presi dent and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowlese and belief. ?imco Dockery. President. W. S. Knieht. Cashier. Subscribed and s.vorn before me by this 12th 3r of April, 1913. My commission expires February 16th. 191C Robert E. Lloyd. N. 1 R.F. PAULL. Director. W. W. JONES. Director. Total 151 772 G5 Correct Attest: Braxton Massie Director. James P. Beard. Director. Henry N. Miller, Director Arm Broken Rev. Marvin Ferryman preached a, very interesting sermon at Disappointment last Sunday. The song service was conducted by J. E. Jones. Rev. Perryraan will preach at the same place at 2 o'clock the 27th and Jones will sing at same place Saturday night, the 26th. Early this morning (Tuesday) Mrs. Bettie Page, wife of Dr. J. N. Page, met with a very serious accident. She was in her back yard and slipped and fell, striking her arm against a post, breaking it between the elbow and shoulder. Surgeons were immed iately called and the fracture reduced. Her many friends hope for an early recovery, though Mrs. Page is ffcvtrreat sufferer at this writing. We W. W. Jones and Jno. W. Flowers, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do Notice. solemnly swear that the above statement is tru to the best of our knowledge and belief. W, W. Jones, President. We have tried drilling at 75c per foot Jno. W Flowers. Cashier and find that we cannot operate at Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th this price. From now on we will day of April 1913. charge $1 00 per foot and furnish the M.V Commission expires Feb., 19th, 1916. Jo S. Knifley. Notary Public. casing for a 5 in. hole, over 5 in. $1.25 y per foot. 24-- 1 1 Daxon & Spears. r The Ladies Missionary Society of the Methodist Church will meet with Mrs. J. J. Simpson next Thursday and spend the day. All the members are earnestly requested to be present. The State educational meeting will be held in Louisville April 30th to May 3. Tickets will be sold April 28, 29 and 30th, good until May 5. On all roads one fare plus 25 cents will be charged. Mr. L. B. Hurt has exhibited at this offlC6 a curiosity in the way of eggs. They are two in number and area dark brown. They were laid by a at the nTTitnnn Vil9f.lr w.w. vwuhome or. ripn. tieo. J. Mrs. .. , wifr.Vmiir. n w- -u raftnrii ..vwviuj. . Hurt, The business men of Cumberland county should read the statement of the Bank of Cumberland, Burkesville. The figures show that it is a paying institution, due largely to the management, as ib is controlled by safe, business men. Mr. C. W. Alexander, one of the most prominent men of Cumberland county, is its Pres. Our Prof. M. O. Winfrey, a native of many readers in Cumberland county Adair county, who lufc been Superin- are asked to read carefully the most tendent of the public schools. Middles- - satisfactory statement. boro, Bell county, for eleven years, has just been for a term of Mr. R. F. Paull sold two 5 months two years. His salary was increased old Polan China gilts, last week, one from 81,800 per year to $2,000. Prof. to A. D. Patteson and che other to C. Winfrey is a great favorite with Mip. S. Harris. The crump eared Poland patrons and is very much loved by the China is as fine as "split silk." and Mr. pupus. Paull has as good ones ascan be found any where. His herd of Abberdeen Commencing next week, the Parlor cattle will tickle the fancy of any one Circle will eutertain on Tuesday and Saturday evenings each week. A very encouraging statement of the First Fationa'l Bank is published Farmers Bank, Casey Creek, Look it oVer and you willJb.e this county,, publishes a-- very creditable convinced that it'is a live institution. statement in this issue of- fcheNews The management is known' 'te every showing that It is'in good hands. ' ' ' bbdy itf the county; ' to-da- y. ," The attention of the business men and farmers of Russell county is called to the statement of the Bank of Jamestown, published in this issue, and they are asked to give the most flattering report a careful consideration, feeling that they will conclude that the institution is a safe depository for their money. This bank is managed by Sinco Dockery, W. S. Knight, Jamestown; Judge W. W. Jones and R. F. Paull, Columbia, all men of high standing, financiers o f ability, and who watch the interests of depositors wsth careful eyes. Mr. C. A. Cox, who was a native of Green county, but who has lived in Capmbellsville since the close of the put in school, address, Civil war, died suddenly at his home, . Prof. P. D. Neilson, Tuesday morning of "last week. He Columbia, Ky. was a gallant soldier in the Confederf years ate army, and was. seventy-fiv- e old when the end came. Hehad Miss Lillie Judd, who is teaching at been deputy county court clerk of Owensbqro, .was in an accident a few Taylor county for a quarter' o'f ,a cendays ago. She. was in a buggy with tury. two of her girl .pupils. The. horse ' madeiash. throwing all. the girls The. prospect for a good-- wheat Irom'tlte'vehicleJ. No'one was seriouscrop isiasgood as ever" seen 'fu. thts ly hurt. .section so early in' the spring. . t-t -- School Ball Team, conducted themtest. selves in a gentlemanly manner..show- Saturday 12. Potato Race. A lot of ing thorough training as to behavior fun for all. Thirteen boys entered both in my house and on the ball All given a prize, also free ticket to ground. 'Respctfully, picture show. Mrs. Ida Clarkson.' " 1st prize Broadis Thomas. Permit me to indorse the above, 2nd prize Robert Faucett. and to add that you have a splendid 3rd prize Harry Wood Walling. Mule race declared off as the Mayor set of boj'a. "Geo. Colvin, Principal.' " refused to allow the race on any street. Representatives from factories: J. Brick for Sale. F. Tunley, Seymour, Ind., Ahllraud Carriage Co., C. L. Gohraan, New Al We have a kiln of brick for sale. 31 bany, Ind., Gohmau Bro. & Kohler Watkins, Louisville, H. L. per hundred for hard brick, soft Co., A. E. Morrison, Cincinnati, Paul Marion, brick. 70 cents per hundred. Call or Molira, 111., C. L. Banks, Louisville, phone. Blair & Grider. Geo, H. Harwood, Kentucky Wagon 24-Adams, Ohio Varnish Co., Mrs. J. W. Lindsey-Wilso- n and Somerset will Works, F. R. Hodapp, Hodapp Miller play here next Friday afternoon, adCo., O. P. McBeth, Int. Harvester mission 25c and 15c- - No one should Co., H. M. Noe, Int. Harvester Co. fail to see the game. Tickets at Nell and McCandless'. For Sale Russell & Co.'s page "ad" in the News and ten per cent discount House and lot in front o f Lindsey-Wilso- n during last Campus. An excellent oppor- brought them lots of trade week. tunity for a family with children to 5t Mr. John McFarland, Rowena,' who was here last week, purchased a Du-ro- c male hog, one year old, from Rol-li- n Browning, for $15. The base ball team from Burkesville and "the roorers who came with the . aggregation, conducted themselves in,., a. most gentlemanly manner. . ..? -- " , Mrs. Rebecca Thomas, who was. close to ninety years old, died near El, la, this county, last Sunday. 'jf THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Wilson's First Message to Congress. recognition, the tariff schedules system, whose object is develophave remained what they were ment, a more free and wholeWashington, April 8. Pres- before the change began, or some development, not revoluident Wilson began his message have moved in the direction they tion or upset or confusion. We must build up trade, eswere given when no large circumas follows: "I am very glad indeed to have stance of cur industrial develop- pecially foreign trade. We need the outlet and the enlarged field this opportunity to address the ment was what it is . Our task is to square them of energy more than we ever did two houses directly and to verify for myself the impression that with the actual facts. The soon- before. We must build up inhe President of the United States er that is done the sooner we dustry as well, and must adopt is a person, not a mere depart shall escape from suffering from freedom in the place of artificial ment of the Government hailing the facts and the sooner our men stimulation only so far as it will Congress from some isolated of business will be free to thrive build,' not pull down. In dealing island of jealous power, sending by the law of nature (the nature with the taiff the method by .messages, not speaking naturally of free business) , instead of by which this may be. done will be a and with his own voice; that he the law of legislation and arti- matter of judgment, exercised item by item. is a human being trying to co- ficial arrangement. to-day-- JUDAS NO. 76,284. -- operate with other human beings HEROIC REMEDIES NECESSARY. WANDERED FAR AFIELD. To some not accustomed to the We have seen tariff legislation in a common service. After this pleasant experience I shall feel wander very far afield in our day excitements and responsibilities quite normal in all our dealings very tar, indeed, irom tne of greater freedom our methods field in which our prosperity may in some respects and at some with one another." Washington, April 8. Presi- might have had a normal growth points seem heroic, but remedies com- and stimulation. No one who may be heroic and yet be remedent Woodrow Wilson y municated his first message to looks the facts squarly in" the dies. It is our business to make uongress, con- face or knows anything that lies sure that they are genuine remetne bixty-'tnir- a vened in extraordinary session. beneath the surface of action dies. Our object is clear. If our It was an unusually brief docu- can fail to perceive the princi motive is above just challenge ment, dealing exclusively with ples upon which recent tariff and only an occasional error of judgment is chargeable against 'the need for a thorough, moder- legislation has been based. ate and well considered revision We long ago passed beyond the us, we shall be fortunate. We are called upon to render modest notion of ' 'protecting' ' the of the tariff The above picture is a natural photograph of JUDAS the famous PER-CHERThe President drew attention industries of the country and the country a great service in STALLION. He will make the season of 1913, at my barn one mile moved boldly forward to the idea more matters than one. Our re- to the necessity for an early east of Columbia, Ky., on the Sommerset road, for the sum of $10.00 to insure in the banking and curren- that they were entitled to the sponsibility should be met and a living colt. cy laws, but refrained, he said, direct patronage of the Govern- our methods should be thorough, DESCRIPTION: Judas is a 5 year old Percheron, a steel gray, weighs 1700 pounds and is 16i from urging, for the present, ment. 'For a long time a time as thorough as moderate and well .any other legislation that might so long that the men now active considered, based upon the facts hands high. He is a perfect model and a world beater. Remember that every farming country in the divert the energies of Congress in public policy hardly remember as they are, and not worked out world wants the Percheron horse. The leading mule producing States are raising the mules from the " 'from its clearly defined duty ' the conditions that preceded it as if we were beginners. We Percheron mares. See this horse before you breed. I will gladly show you his certificate of registrawe have sought in our tariff are to deal with the facts of our tion and Pedigree. toward the tariff question. Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or removed from neigh The message referred to no schedules to give each group of own day, with the facts of no particular schedule, mentioned manufacturers or producers what other, and to make laws which borhood. 210 rates, and included no statis- they themselves thought that square with those facts. It is All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. tics. It was an enunciation of they needed in ord to maintain best, indee'd it is necessary, to Tithe President's principles to tar-a- a practically exclusive market as begin with the tariff. I will urge nothing upon you revision. His specific views against the rest of the world. Consciously or unconsciously, now at the opening of your ;and ideas as to rates and duties, n DENTAL OFFICE which can obscure that first at has been generally accepted, we have built up a set of priviwill be contained in the tariff leges and exemptions from com object or divert our energies from Dr. bill itself, which he is now con- petitions behind which it was that clearly defined duty. At a DEJCXTST easy by any, even the crudest, later time I may take the liberty sidering in detail. Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. The President's decision to put forms of combination to organize of calling your attention to reNFXT TO POST OFFICE the weight of the?1 Administra- monopoly; until at last nothing is forms which should press close Columbia, Ky. tion's influence behind the bill normal, nothing is obliged to upon the heels of the tariff RIJS5 I'BON'E iiS. orricc raoxi; os with its various schedules as stand the tests of efficiency and changes, if not accompany them, drawn by the House Ways and economy, in our world of big of which the chief is the reform Means Committee, caused him to business, but everything thrives of our banking and currency laws; WELL DRILLER omit specific reference to tariff by concerted arrangement. Only but just now I refrain. rates until the measure was fin- new principles of action will save For the present, I put these I will drill wells in Adair and Kentucky, ally agreed upon in the opening us from a final hard crystalliza- matters on one side and think adjoining counties. See me beLatest days of the present session. tion of monopoly and a complete only of this one thing of the fore contracting. machinery of all kinds. Sells A Oar Load Of Buga-ie-s The message urged that special loss of the influences that quick- changes in our fiscal system which Every privilege and exemptions from en enterprise and keep independ- may best serve to open once Pump Repairing Done. Give competition be cut out of the Saturday. energy alive. ent more the free channels of pros- me a Call. tariff system and that the MUST ABOLISH PRIVILEGES. perity, to a great people whom J. C. YATES revision be made "to square with It is plain what those princi- we would serve to the utmost 22nd. .the facts as they are." At the ples must be. We must abolish and throughout both rank and cutset, the President called at- everything that bears even the file. tention to the party's pledge for semblance of privilege or of any Main Street Greensburs; was Blocked Woodrow Wilson. Is. JOJSiES tariff reduction. The message kind of artificial advantage, and The White House, April 8, 1913. i Veterinary Surgeon follows: for two hours with Buggies sold put our business men and proTEXT OF MESSAGE. and Denti&t ducers under the stimulation of a McGaha. by Wood Lewis. To the Senate and House of constant necessity to be efficient, 5 years experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Representatives: I have called economical, and enterprising, A large crowd gathered at the Office at residence near Graded School the Congress together in extra- masters of competitive supremaold log church at the moutn of building. During the day Town Marshall Galled ordinary session because a duty cy, better workers and merchants PHOENO. 7. N. Butler Fork last Sunday to see was laid upon the party now in than any in the world. on to clear the street. Mr. M. Powell and Miss Banne power at the recent elections Aside from the duties laid upon Wilson united in matrimony. The W. which it ought to perform prompt articles which we do not, and OttSey intended bride and groom came. What is the cause of these Phenomitial ly, in order that the burden car- probably cannot, produce, there- With anxiety they waited for nttorney-.Rt-Iiatried by the people under existing iore, ana tne duties mia upon Rev. I. M. Grimsley to arrive Sales. law may be lightened as soon as luxuries and merely for the sake Will practice in all tlie and perform the ceremony. But possible and in order, also, that of the revenues they yield, the Courts alas he was at Sparksville teachthe business interests of the object of the tariff duties hence- Columbia, Ky. Easy Quality, Styles Riding, country may not be kept too long! forth laid must be effective com ing a singing school. He engaged a horse to ride so he startin suspense as to what the fiscal petition, the whetting of AmeriAfter the ceremony was perchanges are to be to which they can wits by contest with the wits ed, but when he came to the formed they sang a song and the forks of the road the horse wantREMEMBER, Woodson Lewi's the Buggy will be required to adjust them-- , of the rest of the world. congratulated the couple, ed to go one road and the rider throng selves. would be unwise to move It As the man and were dismissed. the Mower and Binder man, It is clear to the whole country toward this end headlong, with the other. After worrying some couple departed many good wishthat the tariff duties must be al- reckless haste, or with strokes time, and gaining no ground, he es followed them. Engine man, the Farm tered. They must be changed that cut at the very roots of what sent the horse back and took it a D. M. Moore's where PorBurns, Bruises and Soies to meet the radical alteration in has grown up amongst us by long foot to Mr. Implement man. procured a horse to ride. The quickest and surest cure for the conditions of our economic process and at our own invita- he He arrived just as the people burns, bruises, boils, sores, inflama-tio- n vlife which the country has wit- tion. It does not alter a thing to and all skin diseases is Bucklen's announced that they would meet Arnica Salve. In four days it cured nessed within the last generation. upset it and break it and deprive again at night and get the ser- L. H. Haflin, of Iredell, Texas, of a While the whole face and method it of a chance to change. It deof another minister, but the sore on his ankle which pained him so industrial and commercial stroys it. We must make changes vices he could hardly walk. Should be of our arrival of I. M. Grimsley saved every house. Only 25c. "Recommend-in .life were being changed beyond in our fiscal laws, in our fiscal them of the trouble. EENSBURG, KY. Ad. ed by Paull Drug Co. to-da-- ON re-ior- m ff W. G. McKINLEY ses-sio- James Triplett Buggies Surreys Runabouts. -- Woodson Lewis Greensburg -- im-yrov- ed na-vtio- n's Saturday June fi. Tanner u and -- tie G-asoJ- WOODSON LEWIS l ft. THE Ai)AlR COUNTY lNEWS Birdseve view of our Plant Tribute of Respect.' Zion. 'A jSg$--:-- - " "J"' "" -- 'xmiyx ''y-i;.zr&.x- . "Largest in Dixie" W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Louisville Hote Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh Whereas, the supreme ruler of Quite a large crowd attended the Universe has seen fit in His the singing at Zion Easter. This fine Stallion will make the season of 1913 at my barn miles from Jamestown and will be permitted to serve mares for $8.0 0 Infinite wisdom to remove from Mr. Lucien Gadberry and famour midst our beloved Friend ily, were visiting at Sparksville to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foalded or mare traded or removed from neighborhood or bred to other stock. A1H and Brother, J. R. Rice, on the Sunday. care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur- 3rd day of April, 1913, after a ' Misses Mary Young and Mat-ty- e RAVEN BIRD sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955. brief illness. Garnett, L, W. T. S. students he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam Authilia ThompTherefore, be it resolved: spent Sunday with their parents. son, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's That in the death of Sir Knight 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, he by King Denmark. 3rd darr& Mr. Evan Bennett and wife, Rice our tent has lost a true Bonie, by ,o!d Nat Brown 8 . of Cane Valley, visited Miss An-th- a RAVEN BIRD is a beautiful mahogany bay, full 16 hands high, 6 years?-olmember, one of unestimable valand Mr. R. O. Cabbell last has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy ue, the community a good citizen Sunday. well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He posseses extreme-speed- , and neighbor, his family a loving style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have Mrs. Effie Willis has been real evei" husband and faithful father. seen or handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most attractive Resolved: That this tent ex- sick for the past few days. manner. He is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excelMrs, A. O. and Miss Mattye lent breeder: tend its heartfelt sympathy to the sorrowing ones in this, their Young were at Gadberry BILL McFARLAND. hours of trial, exhorting them to This Jack is the John Mcfarland Jack, 15 hands 3 inches high,, look to the one who doeth all Miss Eva Murrell is visiting at and will stand at same-placat $8.00 to insure a living colt. Same: things well and one who has Craycraft this week. terms as applied to horse. promised to be a father to the Misses Mary Wilcoxin, Mary widow and orphans. and Stella Garnett were the Resolved: That a copy .of guests of the Misses Garnett Satthese resolutions be spread upon urday and Sunday. the minutes of our tent, of Miss Nina and Mr. John Smith which Sir Knight Rice was a and Mr. Henry Moore, of Cane member, a copy be sent to the Valley visited Misses Mattye and CAW Adair County News for publica- Mary Young Saturday and SunEsMBl tion, and a copy of same deliver- day. I Will Prove It to You ed to the bereaved family. Miss Elva Murrell visited Miss You who are suDerinrr the tortures of Eczema. Itch. Salt Rheum or other Black-Hawk. 1 d, R.AVEK BIRD. ! A e John F. Wooldridge, ECZEMA IH BE CURED Free Cane Valtey, tent No. 102. Cane Valley, Ky. " ' R. B. Wilson, Mabel Hindman, of Garlin, Saturday and Sunday. J. American and European Plans RATES: Eubank, D. 0. Eubank, C. Committee. Mystery Solved. Miss Ruth Upton entertained 123 West Wayne, Ir.d. the young folks Saturday even- J. C. HUTZELL, without cost orMain St.,toFortyour Free Proof Treatment. obligation me Please send ing. All reported an enjoyable Age. .ame time. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Yates State Street and No. were at Cane Valley Satur day. Quite a number of our farmers Sunday School, but Oh that were in Columbia Saturday. "quiz box!" Mr. Wayne Goode, L. W. T. S. If nothing prevents Mrs. Saliie visited Mr. Alva Jones Saturday Butler and driver expects to and Sunday. visit Columbia shortly. Miss Mattye Young, who has A. E. Murrell, Wilbur Smith, been teaching at Smith's Chapel James Hood and Jehn Butler are has returned home. "" all in hog Mr. H. P. Barger is having his Post OQce skin diseases yc whose days are miserable, whose nights are made sleepless by the terriuje itching, burning pains, let me snd you a trial of a soothI. C. Hutzeli. R. P. ing, healing treatment which has cured hundreds. .Jhich I believe will cure you 1 will send it free, postage paid, without any obligation on your part. name, a?e and addres- sJust fill the coupon below and mail it to me. or write me. giving-you- r I will send the treatment free of cost to you. -- mmmmmwm "- " mm, mmm CUT AND MAtL. TO DAY""""""- "- American Plan $2.00 and up Albert Long, a merchant of King's Mountain, whose hat was European Plan $1.00 and up found on the wharf at Cincinnati We serve the best American Plan meals in the South some weeks ago together with a Q. P. SMYTHE for The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. Herman Steinhilber, Manner Facts for Candidates. In Paris a paper called La Ma- - him. Danville Advocate. choir is printed on paper such as-- j Roy. Japanese napkins the are made of, and may become The farmers are making good useful in case the reader has forgotten or lost his handkerchief. use of the pretty weather. Aunt Nancy Acree, who is alBaltimore Sun. most 98 years old is very feeble. Sunflower Philosophy. They are preparing to repaint and paper the church at ProviLie stains come out easily. dence. The work will be comYou don't hear so much about pleted in a short time. the promises that are kept, as G. R. Redman is in Louisville this week. about those that are broken. Lucian Womack bought a nice An agent won't take a hint, Bill Floyd. but he may take something more saddle 'horse from Egbert Smythe, of Font Hill, important unless you are firm. and Miss Emla Selby, of Russell We are betting the American Springs were visiting at U. E. eagle will remain the national Stapp's Sunday. bird as long as it roosts on th& Rev. C. F. Breeding lost a nice milk cow one day last week. dollar. On April the 2nd relatives and When a woman tells a man he the home of J. H. is flattering her, she never says friends met at Freak Newspapers. )uV47 birthit as if she meant to censure him Womack to celebrate day. Early in the morning they A newspayer which can be for such action. began to arrive and continued eaten after the information it Your willingness to bet on a until the noon hour, every one contains is absorbed, thus af- proposition will not, however, be having well filled baskets. Then fording nourishment for the accepted as conclusive evidence. thft good women prepared the tabody as "yell as the mind is beble which groaned under its Atchison Kan., Globe. weight of good things to eat ing published in Paris, and is called The Regal. It is printed One concern in Atlanta burn- The invitation was given for the filled and Mr. U. E. withaninkor coloring guaran- ed $30,000 worth of one time table to be thanks to God for Stapp gave on thin sheets fashionable carriages to make teed the blessings of that glad hour. dough. for the modern auto. And Mr. Womack was the recipient room of newspaper, The yet the horse is holding his own of several nice presents. We Another freak Luminaria, is published in Mad - in price and style excellently hope that he may live to enjoy many more such occasions. is 'well. rid. The ink with which so-calle- Candidates before the August primary have begun to deluge the Attorney General's department with inquiries about the primary law, says a Frankfort dispatch to the daily press. The two questions that confuse them most are with regard to the signatures to their petitions and the method of voting. Many of them are in doubt whether they must have the signatures of a certain per cent, of the voters in every precinct in the county. They have been informed that tvhere the law says a certain per cent, of the voters in a county, they need pay no attention to precinct lines and may get their signatures from any part of the county. These signatures must be secured not more than 90 or less than 30 days before the primary. Others wish to know if a party may by writing on their ballots vote for a candidate of another party, to which the answer is no. The same answer is given to those who ask whether they write on the ballot the name of a person other than a candidate nominated by petition. J printed contains a small percent, of phosphorus, so that the letters are visible in the dark, and the reader does not need to make a light to enjoy its contents. At two French seaside resorts newspapers called Le Courier des Baigneurs and La Nade are printed on waterproof paper, so that the subscriber can take his morning paper with him into the sea and read it while enjoying his bath. note addressed to his family , saying he had decided to end his life, and for whose body the Ohio river at that point had been dragged, and the shores for miles along the river have been watched, has turned up alive and well in Arkansas. A letter was received by his family telling of his whereabouts. No reason is assigned for his strange conduct. He had gone to Cincinnati some weeks ago to purchase' a new stock for his firm at King's Mountain, and the note and hat were found the day he was supposed to have returned home. A wide search had been made for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE house repaired. Our merchants of Joppa are doing a flourishing business. Mt. Pleasant. the trade. Our farmers are well along with their work. For the Man of Forty. ,J BTd'jr Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone 13 A DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST rooms in Jeffries "Darnation, I'm forty today,'' he groaned. "Look at my wrinkles. Look at my bald spot. Look at the gray hair-- above my ears. Youth is gone the grave approaches and I'm so wretched that I think I'll go out and Office, Front d non-poisono- us, . it drink fifty beers." But his good wife responded: write again. Prof. R. O. Cabbell of Glen-vill- e, "Cheer up. Intelligent men, writ-in- g As there are so many of us is conducting a singing: thinkers and brainworkers like school at Jones' chapel, from here and we seem to be and it is of so much importance I make a yourself have always been dis- proving a success. motion that we call this commun- tinguished for a hale and happy Mr. J. W. Jones came down"' Solon, Sophocles, ity "The Quality Corner" of longevity. with Prof. Cabbell, returning Adair county. Who will second Pinder and Anacreon were octogenarians. Goethe, over eighty, Tuesday. the motion? Mr. P. S. Traylor has returned! did some of his best work. So All those on the sick list are did Kant, Buffon, Newton, Fon- - from a short trip to Oklahoma, convalescent at this time. tenelle and Harvey, the discos Mr Frank Est(?s has been here Mr and Mrs. Ed Hood were erer of the circulation of the !,, ;,,,. niaaiug jioluj ca. visiting their sister, Mrs. Mont blood. Mr. Charlie Bradshaw reConover Saturday night. "Landor wrote the most beau- turned from Columbia, Monday, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cundiff tiful Imaginary Conversations bringing a load of goods forMr had as house guests on the 30th at eighty-fivIsaac Walton at Bradshaw's new store. of March the following: Mrs. ninety had a fluent, forceful pen. Mrs. Flora Sparks has suffered! Amanda East and daughter, Mr. Hahnemann at eighty married severely with a cut on her hand-band Mrs. D. Rice and daughter and at ninety-on- e made some of a tin cup. and William Thomas Esq. his most fruitful discoveries. Bertha Lloyd is staying with Mrs. James Butler spent a very Michael Angelo's canvases when her aunt, Mrs. J. F. Lloyd. were as vigpleasant afternoon with Mrs. S. he was eighty-nin- e The little infant of Mr. and orous as they had been sixty C. Hood. years before. Titian was doing rs. x.ewis nurc, aiea mursaay Miss Katie Murrell was visitast wee- good work at ninety. .Newton A. Lizzie Hood recently ing Miss Mrs. Bettie Thomas has been at eighty-three- " Mr. Lambert Saunders and But here the man, wonderful- real sick, but is improving now Mary Cundiff, Mr. Claude Miss Miss 'Maggie Dishman has ly perked up, interrupted her. Bettie L. ButCundiff and Miss "I guess I won't get drunk gone to Franklin, Ky., to preler, attended the Dedication of after all," he said. 'Get your pare for a trained nurse. Wev Baptist Church, Cane Valley the hat, my dear, and we'll go to the wish her success. Sunday. last Miss Tim Jackson has gone to 'movies' and wind up' with an Glasgow on a visit, accompanied We had quite a nice singing on oyster supper." Sunday night conducted by Prof. by Mr. Fielding Hurst, of that place. Beck's Store. O. C. Clmdiff, assisted by John W.Butler. "They can sing Mr. Rollin Cole, of Bowling: some." Most all of the people have Green, Ky., is at this place visit, a very interesting gotten over the measles. We have ing relatives and friends. e. y Being young in years and also in writing, I was a bit afraid to offer you my first effort, but as you so readily published it in your last'paper along with many others it his encouraged me to up flairs. Columbia, - Kentucky e Mr. C. R. and Ed Thomas-havbeen buying hogs, paying at good price. , j o . V . -- sa -j-s-'tr v -- THEADAIR COUNTS JNJkfc -- TMf VS5 - -- Mr. J. Z. 1HP- ADAIR GOUHTY HEWS &.Xtl TIGKETT'is. announced as a can Published Every Wednesday' didate for Jailer of Adair county, "' subject to the action of the ProBY THE gressive Republican party exAdair County News Company. to-da- y's - News ;j. s rjur . i f 1L "j-lf- 'S" -- X INCORPORATED) CHAS- - S. HARRIS EDITOR. In-re- Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. et Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offi- ce as sec-a- C WED. APRIL 16, 1918. to impose on the readers of The News by our insistency for better public conditions, for the building of good roads and the many other It is not our purpose movements that tend to advance in this part of the country. Whether our proposition is right or wrong, good or bad,- progressive or destructive as to the building of roads and paying for same by borrowing the money on reasonable time, is left to the judgment of those" who are willing to investigate. In giving our views on the bond issue proposition they have been given in an open, honest manner while those who opposed have been published as received at this office, and now we withdraw the invitation for - pressed at the August primary. Mr. Pickett was born and reared in Adair county, and the greater portion of his life was spent in the Gradyville and Milltown pre cincts, Milltown from the time he became a voter until he reiroved to Columbia. He was reared a Republican, and was a staunch supporter ofjthe old party until the organization of the Progressive party, last year. He was active, and! supported the nominees at every election. He is a sober, industrious Christian gentleman, and promises his party that if they will give him the nomination and should he be elected, that frothing will call him from his '.duty, and that he will be under lasting obligations to his supporters. He hopes to not only see all his friends before the primary, but he will endeavor to make many new ones. He a3ks a favorable consideration of his candidacy. Mr. LilburnPhelps, .of Russell n lawyer and county, a a very high gentleman, is a can didate to represent Russell and Casey in the next Legislature. His party could not make a better selection and if he goes to Frankfort he will know what to do when he gets there, as he is a gentleman of ability, a learned lawyer. He is popular in the two counties and will have no opposition from his party, as we well-know- VULCAN PLOWS Brinley Osborne Disc Harrows. Field Seeds the Best at Lowest Prices. The Jeffries Hardware Co. c " m . m Chance for Boys and Girls. The office of Public Roads, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. Why we are Advertising It further discussion. It was our sends the following: purpose and desire to bring We are giving "Pittsburgh Perfect" AS MADE TODAY, is a fence A gold medal to the school boy Fence as wide publicity through newsdue consideration of the by any other on the market. about or crirl between the afes of 10 papers and farm journals, .as is given We know exactly what's in it. for we necessity most important public most news items of national importance. make it entirely in our own furnaces and I5"vho writes the best composig of This advertising, of course, costs us a mills. that affects the tion, not exceed ?00 words, on great deal of money. Why are we this section, and in so doing Doesn't our faith in "Pittsburgh Perspending it? the repair and maintenance o f building fect" Fence make it worthy your full develop a system of Simply because we thoroughly and earth roads, is to- be awarded by honestly believe "Pittsburgh Perfect", substantial roads, but the mark Logan Waller Page, Director, Made in Different Styles for HELD. FARM, RANCH. LAWN. I?,.- -. has been missed, passion ruled -- VCry Prtr3 CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN OUa XHlCdi, iUU Hitovanf ttA Office of Puqlic Roads. All comwould-b- e and the object lost. The understand. positions must be submitted to Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade saviors of our country rushed you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. Mr. Page before May 15, 1913. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Brands of Barbed Wire: to the front, and instead of preCane Valley. If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twisted and the medal will be awarded for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 1913 Cable Wire: Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence VMfattqRHLannHvf in discussing senting arguments, Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire as soon thereafter as the compoNails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Pittsburgh Steel Co. Roofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Ties; "Pittsa vital proposition, appealed to visit- sitions can be graded. The comburgh Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open Mr. B. M. Callison was Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth material. passion and prejudice. As 'tSV ing his two daughters, Mrs. position may be based on knowl7f3l stated in the beginning, no one and Mrs. Vaughn, in edge gained from books or other man can change conditions in Campbellsville last week. sources, but no quotations should this county, and failing to reMr. and Mrs. T. A. Firkins be made. ceive support in our position no everyone, and all children will Married. spent Saturday night with his After many years' experience further pursuit is advisable. In Mr. A. G. Rexroat and Miss Millie A. thus start on a basis of equality. son at Ashland and attended in dealing with the public road Cooper were married on the 2nd of bidding adieu to the proposition April, Rev. E. A. Cooper performed the church at Egypt Sunday. situation of the country, it es Mr Neatsbun. to build good roads, we desire to ceremody which took place near Russell Eugene Rice, who was here Page's belief'that ignorance on Springs. A few days after the rites say that this county can not dur- the subject of repir and mainteSeveral from this neighbor-hoo- d were solemnized the couple left for the prosper under present conditions. several days with his father home of the groom. Rantoul, 111. as much the re- nance of roads is were in Columbia last Mon-drexpansion will not ing his sickness and death, Business On the same day and in the same comturned to Campbellsville last Fri cause of their bacj condition as munity Mr. Charles S. Cooper and Miss income, neither will values Martha J. Rexroat were married, the any other one factor. It is excrease. If such conditions suit day. Mr. Wallace Beard, who has same minister olliciating. Messrs. J. C. Sublett and D. pected that the competition will A few days before the last event Mr. the people it is useless to insist been in school at Bowling Green Leslie Lpy and Miss Mintie Folej' were cot- bring about a better understand ior a change. Those who want H. Beard are building a nice for some time, returned home married in Jamestown. tage for Mrs. Lummie Sublett at ing of the subject of repair and "better roads, who like activity Saturday. Foxes Warned. maintenance in the rural dis- last growth can receive, the Coburg. and Miss Ora Hatfield;- of this place, Mr. and Mrs. Turner Murray, tricts. same by going elsewhere. Grey Foxes $2.50, Red Foxes $5.00; Many children living in the ru- is spending a few weeks with relof Rocky Hill, spent last Sunday This celebrated stallion will make the By reference to our announce- with the latter's sister, Mrs. E. ral distrits have experienced the atives and friends on Casey Minks 80.00 to SS.00 each: Coons 81.25, and express. Send name of your ex- season of 1913 at Will Johnson's barn. ment column it will be seen that P. Hancock. disadvantages of roads made im Creek. press ofllce in tirst letter. 41 miles south of Columbia and 1 miles Mr. JOHN M. WOLFORD, the passable through a lack of prop Mr. Nat White is very sick at W. T. Hodjren, west of Gadberry on Pettitts Fork creejc, Ed Hancock bought a pair of present Assessor of Adair counBox 232 Campbellsville, Ky. er maintenance and it is expect this writing. Ad. and will serve mares at $6.00 to insure Iron gray mules from John Read ty, is a candidate for Sheriff, ed that their interest in the coma living colt. He has proven to be a Mr. J. E. Beard and family, of last week for $400. Notice. good breeder. subject to the action of the Propetition will stimulate greater in- Eunice, were the pleasant guests Mrs. Nancy Rice, who has 6 hands high, gressive Republican party, exterest among the parents. Bad of Mr. J. R. Beard and family We heartily thanK our customers , JOE, is , a darki bay, has i t the besl of been real sick for the past two pressed at the August primary. roads have prevented many last Saturday night and Sunday. foi their patronage. Now we kindly eyes, feet and legs, and in fact a pertect weeks, is improving slowly. ask all who owe us a note or an ac His present office has been a ve children from obtaining a proper respect. He is a CleveMiss Fannie Neat, who has count to please call at Gradyville State model in every T. I. Smith has been in Copreventof introductohicle, so to speak, education and have'even land Bay and the best work horse I ever and settle at once and olige. lumbia for the past month buybsen quite sick for some time is bank y he is one of the Yours truly, ry, and seen, and quiet and easy handled for ed doctors from reaching the side slowly improving. Keltner Bros. ing poultry. women to anve, so he needs no turther best known men in Adair coun-tof rural patients in time to save Adv. very introduction. Mr. John J. Banks lost a Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Grant andone who has many friends, their lives. Money due when colt is foaled. All not only in the the Casey Creek fine cow last Friday. Any child between the ages daughter, Linnie, spent last Sun Peafowls Wanted. care taken to prevent accidents but not R. T. Dudgeon was in Louis- mentioned, attending, a country day with Mr. J. T. Burton and precinct where he resides, but responsible should any occur. throughout the county. Mr. ville on business last week. each We will also stand a good 6 year family. $1.50 to $2.00 school, may compete. Only one a old Jack at the same place on same con- Wolford expects to make Mrs. Robt. Hindman, of Co- side of the paper must be writ W. T. Hodgen. Mr. Owen Beard and wife, of dition as horse at the low fee of S5.00. thorough canvass before the lumbia, was visiting her mother, ten on; each page should be num- Milltown, spent Saturday night Campbellsville, Ky. This Jack is 14 hands high and has primary, conducting his race Mrs. Geo. T. Herriford, last Fri bered; the name, age and ad and Sunday with relatives in this proven himself a good breeder. There is day. i upon high principles. dress of the writer, and the neighborhood. Call and see our stock if interested. 4 ho doubt but his party has per The nice weather has put the name and location of the school Johnson Bros. .V- Mrs. Elizabeth Bryant spent confidence in his ability to pike in, good shape, and the Au- which he or she is attending feet week with her conduct the affairs of the office tomobile brings the mail in on must be plainly writnen at the last P orBurns, Bruises and Sores Misses IMattie and Fannie k of sheriff, 'and being popular, good time The Myers men and top cf the first page. The an- The quickest and surest cure for they will take pleasure in giving their employees are all nice men', nouncement of the competition Evans. burns, bruises, boils, sores, inilama-tio- n Mr. E. A. Strance. of GlensOf BOURBON POULTRY CURE and all skin diseases is Bucklen's him its support. If he should be Fred Myers is the nicest man I has been sent to the superindown a chick's throat cures nominated and elected, he will fork, spent last Wednesday night gapes. A few drops in the Arnica Salve. In four days it cured, ever saw in public business. I tendents of schools in the rural drinking water cures and L H. Haflin, of Iredell, Texas, of a be under lasting obligations to prevents cholera, diarrhoea with Mr. R. B., White. and other chick diseases. One Progressive Republicans of see him often pick up an old, districts. No further informathe 60c bottle makes 12 gallons of sore on his ankle which pained him so help him on his tion can be obtained from the Mr. S. T. Evans sbent medicine At all druggists. he could hardly walk. Should be in Adair county, promising them ragged man and Sample and booklet on Fowls" sent FREE. every house. Only 25c. RecommendRoads. This an- Sunday nijrht with his sister, that he will be faithful to every journey. Every thing with him Office of Public Bwrtoa Renedy Co.lniagt,Ij. ed by Paull Xru Co. Ad. trust. nouncement should be plain to Mrs. B. L. Royse, of Garlin. is ple'asant. un-equaled Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence well-bein- - Mc-Clist- er " nP NOTICE y. - I JOE " 1 i to-da- y, I 2.-- - I isilip grand-daughter- s, f9HBOP "DIs-eases'- ONE last iJHPi of THEJADAIR COUNTY NEWS n - afewtia7tC-FTOTirhe- Te , i?(t V HOT BISCUIT, hot cakes, made with ROYAL Baking Powder are delicious, healthful and easily made -- bsecute6 iauifcvotrooms. We com , Tlie following, "is.the standing. of. .the mend them to the people of Marion candidates at the Parlor Circle, up 'to county, the Judge as a gentleman, his and including last Saturday night: wife a most excellent lady. Dora Eubank 25,800 Mary Smith 19,200 Mr. Lewis Young returned from ' Nell Tarter 14,700 Louisville last Tiiursday morning and Eva Walker 0,750 went to the home of his parents, a few Margaret Lovett 5,200 miles in the country. He1 has not got strong, but he is walking straight. Report of the Condition It will be remembered that he was terribly bent from rheumatism and of the to live they go temporarily, having Howtlie Vote Stands- - -I . r, ifb6 0 IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT JsllIIIlBSi. ABSOLUTELY monthsago. A greatmany friends met him here, all of whom were glad to see him. He will probably return to his business in Columbia in about two weeks. five that he submittted to an operation FIRE PROOF EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY Bank of Cumberland Doing Business at the Town of Burkesville, County of Cumberland, State of Kentucky Additional Locals. ANNOUNCEMENTS . at the Close of Business on r Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modern Hotel -- the 4th day of For County Judge.- - that TANNER OTTLEY are authorized to announce is a candiWe are authorized to announce ELI date for Judge of the Adair County STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate Court, subject to the expression of for the Democratic nomination foi Democrats at the August primary, County School Superintendent sub 1913. ject to the oction of the August pri mary. We are authorized to aunounce Dr. N. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a candidate forjudge of the Adair FOR SENATOR. County Court, subject to the Democratic voters who will express their We are authorized to announce E. choice at the August primary. M. COX, of Albany, a candidate lor Senator in ths the IGth Senatorial We are authorized to announce J. district subject to the action of the W. TUPMAN a candidate for Judge of Republican party in the August Adair county court, subject to the will of the Democratic voters of Adair county, at the August primary. FOR ASSESSOR. We We are authorized to announce the candidacy of J. V.DUDLEY for County School Superintendent, subject to the action of the Democratic voters at the August primary. April 1913. . Russell County Marriages. resources Loans and Discounts Due from Banks Cash on hand Banking House. Furniture 120 754 40 SO 299 30 7 013 36 The following is a list of marriage licenses issued from the Countj Clerk's and Fixtures office during the month of March. Total ' L. E. Deener to Miss Ida Bryant LIABILITIES Capital Stock piad in, in cah Elbert Meadows to Miss Emma DunSurplusFund bar. Undivided Profits, less ExPeter F. Foley to Miss Lora B. Star-glpenses and taxes paid e. 5 133 00 213 200 2J 20 000 CO 20 000 00 1 143 77 Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent Restaurant service Elegantly Furnished Roqpis with hot and cold running water und private CI toilet, per (Uy tf Private Bath, per day Elegantly Furnished Rooms with CO 1,JU $2.00, '$2.50 and $3.00 1 The Cafe is in charge of Experts and the cuisine and service is unexcelled. Our prices are most moderate. European service, "2 ftn but choice of club breakfast, each Tiible d'hote luncheon from 12 CO to 50c (Yn in., per person. Table d'dote dinner, from 6:00 to .$1.00 8:00 p. in., per prsoa Rathskeller open from 4:00 p. in. to IKK) a. m. Herbert E. Long to Miss Ada Antle. Colonel W. Meece to Miss Millie J. We are authorized to announce R. A WAGGENER a candidate for the nee Democratic nomination for Assessor . X7t we are nnfViU"" LU ailllOUi of u.uiu Adair county subject to tne action GORDON MONTGOMERY a can" of the August primary. County Attorney,, subject date for tha action of the Democratic, voters We are authorized to announce of Adair, expressed at the August On primary. JAKE CHELP a candidate for Assessor of Adair county, subject to the acOF THE We authorized to announce R. L tion of theemocratic voters of said CAMPBELL a candidate for County county, expressed at the August priAttorney of Adair, subject to the ac- mary tion of the Democratic voters at the August primarv. We are authorized to announce G. Doing Business at Casey's A. BRADSIIAW a candidate for AsCreek, County of Adair, sessor, subject to the action of the FOR SHERIFF. State of Kentucky, Democratic voters of Adair county, We are authorized to announce expressed at the August, primary. At the Close of Business on JOIIX M. WOLFORD a candidate for Sherill of Adair county, subject to the the 4th Day of Apr. 1913. We are authorized to announce J. D. action of the Progressive Republican party, expressed at the August EUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, a RESOURCES candidate for Assessor, subject to the Loans and Discounts M 291 1G 10 012 71 Democratic voters at the August pri- Due from Banks FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY 213 200 20. Total STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND, t Set. we C. W. Alexander and J. T. McGee. Presi- - i dent and Cashier of the above named Bank, do ant. solemnly swear that the above statement is true Esto Wilson to Miss Mealy Roberts to the best of our knowledge and belief. B. Homer Long to Mis Lizzie C. W. Alexander. President. J. T. McGee. Cashies. Jones. and Leslie Loy to Miss Myrtie E. Foley. daySubscribed 1913. sworn to before me this Utli of April. J. R. McQueary to Miss Emily E. My Commission expires with end of next sesSmith. sion of Kentucky Senate. P. Sandidce. N. P. Correct Attest: REPORT THE CONDITION J. T. McGee Stargel. Otho Stephens to Miss Lessie Choat. E. O.Turner to Miss Florence Stapp. Davis Coffey to Miss Sarah J. Bry- Deposits subject to check... Cashier's checks outstanding Due Banks and Trust Companies 168 730 56 50 00 16 780 5t5 Large Sample Rooms with Private Bath, per day $2.50 3 275 93 Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City Reservation-- , should be made whenever possible. ROBT. B. JONES. Slanazer. GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Mgr. HotsIj Pattex, Chattanooga, Term., and Hot2I.Assi.et (open May 12, 1913), Atlanta, Ga., under same management and ownership. Herman C Tafel 236 W. Jefferson, St. C. W. Alexander S. M. Younp: Director-.- . Louisville, Ky. A!I FARMERS BANK on hands a full, stock of cotlins and caskets, also robes: hearses. Prompt service night or day I keep Things Electrical Write for Phone 45-yr 1 29. J. F. Triptett, Columbia. Ky. Wireless Telegraphy PamphleC " Telegraph Instrm k Teloohone Med;cal Ad. mary. We are authorized to announce S. H MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, We are authorized to announce of Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of said ERNEST. CUNDIFF a candidate for county, expressed at the August pri- Assessor of Adair county, subject to mary. 1913 the action of the Progressive Republican party, expressed at the August We are authorized to announce A. A MILLER a candidate for Sheriff of primary. Adair countj. subject to the Democratic primary to be held in August. Cash on hand Checks anil other cash items Banking IIouso, Furniture and 1 809-1- Mr. John Farleigh, who was an old soldier, a brother of Mr. Henry Farleigh, of this place, died in the Soldiers Home, Washington, D. C, a few days ago. lie was a native of Adair county, and was quite old. E.'ectric Light tt Fixture Other Real Estate J 560 00 237 12 910 43 Total announce BURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Adair County, subMaster Fred Harris is on the sick ject to the August primary. list. Mr. Ben Hutchison has been quite FOR COUNTY CLERK. sick for the past ten days. We are authorized t o announce Mr. J. Q. Alexander was here to see WALKER BRYANT a candidate for our merchants a few days ago County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic voteis of Mr. Adair county, expressed at the August was John McFarland, of Rowena, here, on business, a couple of days primary. of last week. 4 Veare authorized to announce L. Mr. B. F. Rakestraw, of Campbells-ville- , Y. GABBERT a candidate for County was here last Thursday. Court Clerk of Adair County, subject to the action of the Progressive ReDr. E. A. Waggener has been quite publicans of said county." sick for the past ten days. Miss Katie Murrell was a victim of Jailer. tonsilitis a few days of last week. To the Democrats of Adair County, Mr. L. C Winfrey, of the Colum1 hereby announce my candidacy for bia bar. attended the Taylor circuit Jailer of Adair County subject to the action of Democrats in the August court a few days of last week, primary. If nominated, I will use all Mr. Matthew Taylor, of Glenville, honorable means m my power to advance the interest of my associates was in Columbia Thursday, shaking and if elected will discharge the hands with his many friends. duties of the ollice impartially, I ask Mrs. Nancy Rice, mother of Mrs. your support. Yours truly S. G. Denny. Brack Massie, this place, is critically ill at her home, Cane Valley. We are authorized to announce J. Z. PICKETT a candidate for Jailer of Lizzie. Margaret and Virginia, childAdair county, subject to the action of ren of ir. and Mrs. C. S. narris, who the voters of the Progressive Republi- have beenjiuite sick, are better can party, expressed at the August Mr. W. H. Wilson and family arrivprimary. ed from Lebanon Junction Monday night. They were"" given a hearty We are authorized to announce LU- welcome. THER BELL a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the DemocratMr. Otis Moss and Miss Mary Gorin ic votersof Adair county at the August daughter of Senator Gorin, Greens-burprimary. visited Miss Pearl Hindman Sat- we are authorized to announce urday and Sunday. Oliver Willis a candidate for the Miss Rosy Ashbrook was-iColumDemocratic nomination for Jailer of bia Tuesday on the way to j, Adair County, subject to the action near New Haven, Ky. She her home has been of the Democrats of this county in the visiting her brotlier, U. S. Ashbrook, August primary. Ky. We are authorized to announce JO near Humble Z. CONOVERa candidate for Jailer Mr. J. B. Yates, of Cave City, was of Adair county subject to the action here-las-t Friday. He of the Progressive party in the Au- ered from along spell has fully recov of inllaramatory' gust primary. rheumatism, and is sounding the vir We are authorized to announce tue of the medicine that did the work. JAMES W. VAUGHAN a candidate Mr.i Press Sandidge, prominent for Jailer of Adair county subject to 'action of the Democratic party attorney of Burkesville,' umpired the the "game between ther Lindsey-Wl'lso- n in the August primary. 1 and the High School boys of his'home COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT town, and his decision was perfectly satisfactory. We are authorized to announce Judge T. A. Murrell, wife and little PROF. TOBIAS HUFFAKER a candidate for Superintendent of Public daughter, returned from Florida last Schools of Adair county, at the No- Sunday night and-wibe in Columbia vember election. ; g, We are authorized to Personal LIABIL1TIKS Capital Stock paid in, in cash 5 13 000 00 700 00 Surplus Funds .m Undivided Profits, less expenses and 1 93 taxes paid 23 SS3 55 Deposits subject to check Total 540 910 IS STATE OF KENTUCKY ) County op Adair i Set WeMc C. Goodeand JC. Nichols, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief McC. Goode, President. .1. C Nichols, cashier, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day of Apr, 1913 My commission expires the 19th. day of Feb. G For Sale. Bailed Hay and Straw, Hoards, second hand Buggies, Harness, and Buggy wheels. Will buy or sell a good horse or mule. 22-3t Aii. Goff Bros. Our very etlicient Grady ville correspondent will confer a favor by mailing his letter so as to reach us on Saturday, as the paper is made up Mond; y afternoon. Take Notice. My books are in the hands of Mr. Bruce Montgomery,' at the First National Bank. I am anxious to get my last years business settled, and I would consider it a favor if those who are indebted to me will call at once upon Mr. Montgomery 22-- 3t 1 H 1916. V. C. IHC Wolford, NotaryPublic. Adair county.Ky J. M. BARH, Director. McC. Goode, Director. Attention. Columbia, Ky., April 14th, 1913. I hate to have to call the attention of the citizens of our town to the unlawful habit that some of our people have of throwing their dead fowls on to their neighbors lots. There are bub two lawful ways of disposing of dead chickens, one is to bury, the other to burn them. One woman who complained to me of her neighbor throwing dead chickens on her lot said that she would willingly give them the ground to bury their dead chickens in but she did not want them out on her lots to putrify and make maggets for her chickens to eat, and thereby be come diseased. Maggets in dead fowls eaten by chickens give them what is called "limber neck," a disease nearly always fatal. Throwing dead chickens out on the commons is an indictable offense, and anyone guilty of it should take warning. By order of the Board of Health, U. L. Taylor, Health Ofllcer. Ad. A. S. Chewning. H H & How to Collect Accounts. We collect notes and accounts and look after claims anywhere in the United States and make no charges unless we collect. May's Collection Agency, Ad. Somerset, Ky. ll Sns ID you ever notice when one of the wheels of your loaded wagon dropped into a rut or bumped over a stone how the HQH and rebounded, seat springs gave almost throwinoyou off. That is an, indication of the shock and strain that the rigid spokes and axles have to stand whenever the wagon is traveling over a rough road or through a field. IHC wa- W Wamms ;-- ? - v& hie Tmicrfi li - . I Weber I H H & New Bettendorf Columbus or Steel King air-dri- ed Shepherd, son of J. F. Shepherd, and Miss Bessie Burl on, daughter of W. P. Burton, were married Tuesday of last week by Judge X. IT. Moss, the ceremony being performed in the Justice's office. Mr. Welby H H H H For Sale. Farms in Taylor and adjoining counties. Also nice residence property in H H H H ji Campbellsviire.- - Seethed. W. Miller Attention is called to the statement Real Estate Agency before buying. of the Bank of Columbia', published on Office in the Wood Bldg. our first page. It shows a consider- 19-Campbellsville, Ky. able increase over the last report. Ad. The oilicers would be glad if you would read it carefully. Lindsey-Wilso- n St. Marys will tf H H OSS ' depend as much on the quality as on the quan- tity of the work they turn out. Consequently, IHC wagons are practically all of the same high standard of quality throughout. Weber and Columbus wagons have wood gears; New Bettendorf and Steel King have steel gears. To learn which IHC wagon is best suited to your work and conditions, write our nearest office for interesting catalogues. Offices is assembled by skilled workmen whose wages are light running. The wheels have just the right pitcbrand gather, and run true. All skeins and skein boxes are paired. The running gear removed. take these stresses and strains as a matter of course. From neckyoke to tail board they are built of selected, lumber, strong and tough, bending to strains but coming back as straight and true as ever when the load is Besides being tough, IHC wagons and Saturday, April 26. Wanted The public to know, we cross bats here worth seeing. Adare in the market as purchasers of cat- It will be game mission, 25 and 15 cents. Tickets at tle and hogs. Clint Smith & Co. Nell & McCandless'. 22-4t I $& i at Cincinnati. O.; Eranrrille. Ini; KnoxTiIle, Tenn.; Mempau. Teas.; New Albanj. Ind.; Piiltenbarr, W. Va. International Harvester Company of America e Chicago (Incorporated) USA . Ad. ll Sandusky Bros, bought .the Starrdv-aa- d We have a thoroughbred Jersey The signs of the times in polititical Hardwood Lumber Company3 mal , entitled to register, which e circles indicate a general movement. 50 acres good bottom and limestone will stand at our farm. One dollar property consisting of four o r To the victors belong the- - spoils and acres with large mil shed and a neat land in mile of Columbia. at the gate. the sooner settled the better. G. W. Dillon. Ad, dwelling. This property adjoins theirr Garrison Rro?. ' 22-Wantkd: A boy to work his way A.1. grounds and putting the two together- through Li ndsey-WilsoApply at John A. Hobson, Greensburg, Ky., will pay : gives them thejbesb location in Column p you best prices for your hogs, sheep or cattle, once. Neilson & Moss. The value of hogs and catte( will bia for the manufacture of lumbers, Ad Ad. Write or phone him. , take a big tumble September.fhV. Is . i Price s250- - For Rent. ' ft-v- 3t n. THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS Pittsfield, i n the Berkshire hills, had in the old days, ' like many another New England The careful mother, who watches too powerful for a child. The homes of town, a number of men and woclosely the physical peculiarities of her Mrs. Carrie McDonald, 1036 Trigg Ave., Grifthe Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie men who were called "characEhildren, will soon discover that with fith, Veechdale, Ky., are always E. supplied thing in connection a child's constant good health is to keep with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with ters." One of these was "Bill" the bowels regularly open. Sluggish them, as with thousands- of others, there bowels will be followed by loss of appe- is no substitute for this grand laxative. Brown, a man unfortunately adtite, restlessness during sleep, irrita- It is really more than a laxative, for it bility and a dozen and one similar evi- contains superior tonic properties which dicted to' drink, and frequently help to tone and strengthen the stomach, dences of physical disorder. At the first sign of such disorder give liver and bowels so that after a brief intoxicated for days at a time. the child a teaspoonful of Dr. Caldwell's use of it all laxatives can be dispensed On one occasion he went into Syrup Pepsin at night on retiring and with and nature will do its own work. repeat the dose the following night if Anyone wishing to make a trial of this necessary more than that will scarcely remedy before buying it in the regular the shop of the local hatter, Mr. druggist at fifty cents or one be needed. You will find that the child way ofa a large can will recover its accustomed good spirits dollar a sample bottle (family size)home Smith, and asked for the best bottle sent to the at, once and will eat and sleep normally. have of charge by simply addressing Dr. free This remedy is a vast improvement W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St, beaver he had. Mr. Smith proover salts, cathartics, laxative waters Monticello, 111. Tour name and address duced the desired article, saying, and similar things, which are altogether on a postal card will do. as he took the money: "That beaver will last a man a Bowels are Basis He Lived Too Long. of Child Health - x3?ec$(sooi WEEKLY GOURIER-JOUR- NflL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear'or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 AT ALL 111. 50c AND DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY The Daily lifetime." down the main street with his fine beaver on his head, and immediately celebrated the event with a proBill went proudly AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS Louisville And The Times News tracted debauch. When he recovered he returned to the shop with a most disre- For i 450 Yr al, Special Fistulo, Attnetin to Eyes Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. Adair County Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wilson for the Wood-ro- putable hat. "Look here, I thought you said this here beaver hat would lasi me a lifetime. "So it would," growled Mr. Smith, "if you had died when you ought to." Cough Medicine for Children. Two much care cannot be used in selecting a couge medicine for chil-dreIt should be pleasant to take, contain no harmful substance and be most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. 0NBURKSV1LLE Daily Courier-Journ- al, $6.00 $2,00 Joseph H. Stone, Attoney-At-Law Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr C Will practice in this and adjoining counties. w Jamstown, : Kentucky u. We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write The campaign is on and if you want to The Adair County News and WeeRly Courkeep" in touch with all the parties Eaters of Earth. l throughout the United States subYear Each $1.50. The practice of eating earth is ier Journal, both one scribe for the Times. not confined to any race or reWe can furnisk The Times and The Adair County News both for $4.50 per year Come to .the office or mailin gion of the earth. In America several tribes of Indians, of the Northern as well as the Southern continent, are given to using earth as food. Different varities of clay seem to be preferred. The Pawnee Indians used a yellowish clay, which they shaped into little balls that were allowed to dry in the air and were then slowly roasted at the open fire. When the clay a red color the balls were removed, moistened with water, and eaten. These clay balls were especially liked when served in connection with fish, and seem to have promoted di, at-tain- pd Remedy meets these requirements and is a favorite with the mothers of young children everyweere. For sale Ad. by Paull Drug Co, i)( this, paper. cs Why Not Read The U. G. HARDWiCK, Pres. J. H. COCKE, V Prei.; R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec your subscription. 9 W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 Courier INCORPORATED 1889 JVIIIiLiWHlGHTS m I DEALERS IN f mACHlfilSTS Journal? HENRY WATTERSON mI J ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLS. 1301 N. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftlRTeeNTH-MftlLOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work SJ ife2H&SEi Editor. We Can Furnisrf You . All Pesrons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books The Adair County News gestion. The Timmeh Indians of the JOtfBINO WORK SOLICITED McKenzie river used to resort to the earth as food in times of All Kinds of famine. They dug out the clay found in the hollows along the banks of the river. In prosperous y.ears they chewed the clay as a delicacy. The Apaches mixed powdered clay into their meal before baking this into Courier-Journ- al their rude loaves of bread. r"uHf " andthe H 'Nwvrivvo? SSSSST.iafcJlHHP?'- VH Rr - Weekly Courier-Journal Machinery Repaired- ' 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 The Government Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year The Indians in the uplands of Bolivia ate a light clay that is nearly white in color; this they used either raw or in the form of cakes of various shapes, which were sold in the market places. They also prepared a sauce with the clay; this they ate with boiled potatoes. Making the Judge Jump. We can also give libera combination rate with Daily took a long pin from his vest and, leaning forward, drove it or Sunday Courier Journal. One of the most eloquent law- up to the head in the lawyers leg yers that ever pleaded in a court g and more A yell, of law had a cork leg. None but awful than that of an Indian, blood-curdlin- Write Courier-Journ- al Com- We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week $2, 000 j or cold. There is no reason so far as we can see why you should not do so. and $2,500 convinces us that the This preparation ' by its remarkable goose quill and the sand, used by cures has gained a world wide repour forefathers, beats up to date utation, and people everywhere speak in writing methods, financially of it forthe highest terms of praise. It is sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad. the most intimate of his acquaintances knew for certain which was the sham limb. One day he was engaged in. a case when a Pains in the Stomach. young lawyer sought to utilize If you continually complain of pains in tbe stomach, your liver or your his knowledge for his personal benefit. .Selling old letters for speaki; g. Straight at It. There is no use of our "beating around the bush." We might as well one with it first as last. We want you to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the next time you have a cough -- dropped into the steering gear of the liner Lustiania, caused $l,d00,000 damage. It sounds now feeliikeanew man." It will "fishy," but the Cunard com- improve you too. Only 50c and $1. Recommended by Paull Drug Co Ad. pany says it is a fact. A little piece of twine, which kidneys are out of order. Neglect may lead qo dropsy, kidney trouble, diabetes or Bright's disease. Thousands recommend Electric Bitters as the best stomach and kidney medicine made. IT. T. Alston, of Ealeigh, N. C, who suffered with pain in the stomach and back, writes: "My kidneys were deranged and my liver did not work right. I suffered much, but Electric Bitters was recommended and I Improved from the first dose. I made the hair of the jury stand on end and the judge to jump from the bench. "Great Scot!" exclaimed the wag. "It was the wrong leg, and I,ve lost my bet!" found a Cure for Rheumatism pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition y6u desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. The celebrated counsel was pleading in his most earnest manner when the young lawyer whispered to a stariger near him: "You see how earnest o 1 d Rusty is. I'll bet you a pound that I can run a pin in his leg right up to the head and he will never know it." The bet was booked. The wag "I suffered with rheumatism for two years and could not get my right hand to my mouth for that length of time," writes Lee L. Chapman, Iowa. "I suffered terrible pain so I could not sleep or lie still at night. Five years ago I began using Chamberlain's Liniment and in two months I was well and have not suffered with rheumatism since." For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad. Ma-pleto- n, iectric Bitters "I was suffering from pain in my stomach, head and back," writes H. Made A New Man Of Him. T. Alston, Raleigh, N. 0.. "and my liver andkidneys did not work right, but four bottles of Electric Bittera a new man." made me ieei PRICE 50 CTS. Ai ALL DRUG STORES. '- - .. A.;-- : - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Embassador Page. 4 Ail coinci- Sorts. fc ooO.OOO A YEAR Pains All Over! "You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora .Guffey, of Broken Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three ohv- jSidans failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui. I am in i)etter health than ever before, and that means much tome, because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me for a few days only." It is probably a mere This is the open season for THE dence that America's represent- Turkish rugs and hot tamales. ative to the court of St .Tames, What is wanted is a cold stor- SQUANDERED??? v 1 v ir-K-H, under the present administration, will also be an editor. It is, however, a tribute to the journalistic profession that is appreciated by every member of it. All confidently believe that Ambassador Page will prove himself worthy of the nation's trust reposed in him. age egg that bears the date of t "Teachers to Teach Teachers its sepulture. Some of those new songs to Teach" Needed Today. would make a respectable family phonograph blush. Pythons have gone up. They HEARD AT COUNTRY STORE. now cost $5 a foot, Isn't, that awful, Mabel? Paris may have seen the last of the hobble skirt, but they are still popular in America. The French aviator, who flew 287 miles in 185 minutes, had little time to view the scenery. ' The San Francisco dog, with a gold hinge on his back leg, ' wouldn't be safe a minute in Chicago. Two Old Timers Express Their Views on Up to Date Educational Methods and Expenses of State Normal School. "Old Fashioned" Training No Longer "Good Enough." LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1913 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF vARDU x I Woman's Tonic fak- Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it for Special Instructions, and Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooga, Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tenn., book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent tree. 1 51 ge Walter H. Page, of the firm of Doubleday-Pag- e & Co., has spent his life in literature. As editor as well as author he has attained high rank in his profession. He has demonstrated also business ability of a high order. While he is not a rich man like the late Whitelaw Reid, he has accumulated something of this world's goods. But best of all, he is a born diplomat. The Daily Louisville Herald Enjoys the largest circulation in Kentucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. , The late 0. Henry said of Mr. Page's gift of diplomacy : ' ' Walter Page can write a letter declining a contribution to his publications with thanks, and word it so sweetly that you can take it to a bank and raise money on it as evidence of money to come." This is the kind of diplomacy skirts for women, but why masculine when they talk of emthat the American people have broidery effect? always stood most in need of. Strange as it may seem, while Drive Sick Headaches Away beef and lamb and butter avSick headaches, sour gassy stomach, iated, the price of chile con carne disappear indigestion, biliousness you take Dr. King's quickly after New Life Pills. They purify the blood and put new life and vigor in the system. Try them and you will be well satisfied. Every pill helps; every box guaranteed. Price 25c. Recommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad "Say, did you ever notice how easy It is to spend tbe state's money? That school, the one they call the normal THE LOUISVILLE TIMES school, uses about SoO.000 a year, I hear. That $30,000 is for just the normal school in this end of the state too." IS A "Mighty different when we were boys, Bill. We didn't have to have teachers to teach teachers to teach!" The two old codgers in front of the P YOU WLL SEW YOUR OROEl country store shook their heads sadly over the follies and the extravagances TO US, YOU CAN GET Noah was more fortunate than of the present day. A young man who present day circus men. He bad had been industriously whittling a stick and listening attentively the no press agents on his salary same time laughed, and then at asked, "How much of the $30,000 does this list. county pay?" answered one The soda fountain industry is "I dunno," do," snapped of the men. "Well, I the youth. traced as far back as 1552. "A little less than $700, that's all." do "Well, Surely the soda thirst has not ex- An' whatwhatthe we get back for it? AND do other counties In the state get for what money they put in?" isted that long. "You get a number of trained teachFashion may decree manish ers, and so- do the other counties in $5.00 YEAR. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - 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-emirte- nt among Louisville newspapers! attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in The Herald entitled Special Pleasant Dreams. 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 V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Both by Mail for One Year for awakening from dreamless sleep he says that one usually feels dull, and indisposed for the day's work. Pleasant dreams, on the other hand, by supplying a gentle stimulus to the nerve cells of the brain, cause wholeOn The custom of wishing those whom we care for pleasant dreams at bedtime is of deep scientific significance, according to Dr. S. Freud, the German neurologist. Contrary to unusual belief, Dr. Aerial deadlines are to be esFreud asserts that sleep with tablished. That leaves the cypleasant dreams is more highly clone cellar as the only place beneficial than dreamless sleep. left for the poor inhabitants of shingle and practice medicine. He did the best he could, but you wouldn't think of having that sort of physician for your family today. remained stationary. "I'd like to know what that's got to do with teachin' school." It is fervently hoped that "Just this that your ideas about THE LOUISVILLE TIMES walking does not become a fad. school and teaching are about fifty years If you Cold suppers are not the most have abehind the times.look after must the best afternoon paper prinyour trained man to child's body you certainly must have ted anywhere. enjoyable things in the world. a trained man or woman to look after An experienced English avia- the child's mind." Has the best corps of corres. "I get mighty tired of you youngtor thinks bomb dropping at sters with all your newfangled ideas best is a game of chance, but it for, spending money. I tell you what, pondents. you're tryin' to do things too fast" will never be taken up like "There!" snapped the young man Covers the Kentucky field peragain. "I told you you didn't stop to poker. think. Two years ago in front of this fectly. very store I heard both of you In tracing the typewriter back the Boys' Corn club movementcussin You Covers the general news field to 1714, we fail to find any rec- said tiatinobody could possibly grow 100 bushels of corn of land-ord showing when the stenogra- In this neighborhood on an acre state of completely. or in the pher took hold of the situation. Kentucky for that matter." Has the best and fullest mar "Well?" his the state." "We don't need 'em. The ol' fashioned kind are good enough." "Hold on a moment! Think! When you men were boys a bright youngster could go into any doctor's office for a couple of years, then hang out THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $4.50. some emotion, so that on awakening the sleeper is filled with vigor and is eager for the day's work. All dreams, according to Dr. Freud, are of pleasant origin. The well known scientist has made an exhaustive study of dreams. The meaning which common usage has attached to the word "dreamland" is fully justified, Dr. Freud says, because in our dreams mortality occupies itself solely with other latent or active wishes and their fulfillment. Released from the brake which reason applies, the S2.75 subscription can be taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or city where that papet is delivered by carrier. No Do you 100 bushels or much better. two men know that this movement has been handled by the very school you are fussing about? Four thousand the earth. boys in this 'state grew an acre of corn Chicago, according to the apiece in the Boys' Corn club contest I'd be willing to bet that each one of latest estimate, has a population the 4,000 earned $10 more than he of 2,307,628, but the next wave would have earned if there hadn't been any Boys' Corn clubs in the state, of crime may reduce that consid- - wouldn't he?" "I reckon so." erably. "Well, then. 4,000 boys earning $10 each makes $40,000 of that $30,000 the Taking into consideration the state is spending on that school, don't adverse talk against the tipping it? Seems to me as if it was a rather good investment for the state habit, we are forced to concede happen to be newfangled." if it does "In this state during the past sumboys, boys in the country kets reports. mer fifty-sischools, boys yet under eighteen, grew x DEMOCRATIC in politics bu fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- TION RIGHT AWAY Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer that after all tips are grudgingly The Adair And County given. MISS WARD TO SPEAK AT LOUIS- It is a mistake to assume that courtesy costs nothing. A St. jjuuio man, wiiiic in iiiic aui ui bowing to a lady on the street, was struck by an automobile. Now is the time for energetic VILLE. If never there, you ought to go. If ever there, you'll want to go. Florence Elizabeth Ward, who will be one of the principal speakers at the K. E. A. meeting at Louisville, April 30 May 1. 2 and 3. Is a specialist Added to her experience as a graduate of the Chicago Kindercarten college and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year SUBSCRIBE NOW. A inventors and vendors of built-procloth to be interesting high. for new spring styles. The New York baseball 1 of For Only P'.)5 b . Subscriptions may new or renewal Mexican officials in theirmaterial club 31 What The Weekly Enquirer Is every Thursday, subscription prica per year, and it is one of the best homo metropolitan weeklies of It has all the facill-ties or the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtain-- , ing tho World's events, and for that reason can give you all the leading news. It carries a great amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials: market reports. Its nuand reliable merous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. Tnis grand offer is limited and wc advise you tq taKe advantage by subscribing for the above com bination right now. Call Or mail orders to, v 1 Sometimes we refer flippantly brain, after searching the heart to the antiseptic life, but there for the wishes that lie tucked is no doubt about it the free away The close of the winter term there, begins to manipulunch fork ought to go. of the W. K. S. N. , was marked late them as best it can. D by the marriage of two promFive million muskrat skins are Coughs and Consumption inent pupils. Miss Hammer, of marketed each vear, but when Monroe county, was wedded to the consumers get them they Coughs and colds, when neglected, always lead to serious,trouble of the Mr. J. L. Foley, of Russell. She are variously namedr do when lungs. The wisest thing was a beautiful young lady of you have a cold thatjtroubles you is to Look to Your Plumbing. nineteen, he a handsome young You know what happens in a house get a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery. will Ret'.relief from the They were in which the plumbing is in poor con- first dose,You finally the cough will man of twenty-two- . and ditioneverybody in the house is limarried by Dr. Doolan, the most able to contract typhoid or some oth- disappear. O. H. Brown, of Muscaprominent minister in Bowling er fever. The digestive organs per- dine, Ala., writes: "My wife was form the same functions in the human down in bed with an obstinate cough, Green. They were waved a body as the plumbing does for the and I honestly believe had it aot friendly goodby and a happy fu- house, and they should be kept in been" for Dr. .King's New Discovery, s condition all the time. If she would not be living ture by quite a number of the years the pupils, as they sped away, on an you have any trouble with your diges- known for fore coughs and ascolds. tion take Chamberlain's Tablets and best remedy early North-boun-d train this you are certain to get quick relief. Price 50c and $1. Eecomminded by morning, April 5, 1913. Ad. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad. Paull Drug Co. Happy Surprise. first-clasto-day- It i3 issued to-da- y. has insured Manager McGraw's life for $ 00,000. Might not humanity prescribe a similar provision for the league umpires? Stockings are not to be worn om the Cleveland bathing beaches next summer, says the Cleveland Plain Dealer. A barefoot-bathin- g beach ought to be worth seeing. A man in Pennsylvania who volunteered for the service of the Civil war and was rejected because he was too old has just died. But he established his point, though it took him a long time to do it. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. SomaA Pains MISS FLORENCE ELIZABETH WARD. ." forty-thre- as head of tbe kindergarten department of the Iowa Teachers' college. Is her work as a member of the national civic league commission in 1908. While a member of this commission Miss "Ward visited and Inspected the schools of Europe. and Indigestion caused me great distress for two years. I triec many things for relief, butgotlittle help, till at last I found it in the best pills or medicine I ever tried DR. KING'S C.E. Hatfield. Gnyan, W. Ta. NewLifePills 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRVfiStSTS. w rlhere r $rl 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. We have had a few days of cool weather. Geo. T- - Rodgers, of Greensburg,, was in-- 1 fsurance MiKe last Saturday looking aftef .,. ,. . . J lT '- L winirey, or Columbia, was in U: Athis section a few days of last week. Miss Sallie Diddle, of Columbia, is impending a few days with her relatives -! Mi imimx Jip 1 - t'JI Courjions asrCash' ... The Profit-Sharin- g "Good- - ! Aamsti&i ' V r? k. -' n IriEachSacIcWhich ;May Be Exchanged For Useful or Orna- ii 'rat this place. mental Premiums by Mailing Them to Co., Premium Ky. 'r VXJ r .s Miss Nora Sherrill returned home a Louisville, ifew days ago after an extended visit to Greensburg and other places. Mr. A. H. Pulliam, of Nell, was with If you want nutty biscuits that are light and wholesome cake that melts in your mouth and delicate tempting Vgood eatings" you must use flour milled entirely last Saturday. from the highest grade of Winter wheat. Now, Winter wheat is very high in price, while Dr. Bowlin, the n optician, Spring wheat costs much less. Consequently there is a strong of Canmer, spent last Sunday at the ififc N. T temptation for millers to mix Spring wheat with Vinter wheat-anthereby gain an additional profit. Vilmore House. mf ''tPSS vS?-'Born, to the wife of Henry Parson. on April 11th, a daughter. Mother it M ' 5 ;and child doing well. is milled entirely of the best quality of Winter wheat. . W Because it alwavs srives the greatest satisfaction we sav that Obelisk is Quite a number from this place atreliable" flour. The mill back of the flour with more than tended Quarterly Court at Columbia 30 years reputation for quality and square dealing, insures "always The "Always Reliable" Flour " well-know- II x?5ssrs&ii II II d Ballard's Obelisk Flour s Noble Peacock NOBLE PEACOCK the best Stallion in Kentucky, willseSS this season for the low price ot $10.00 to insure a living colt. B?. NOBLE is 5 years old 15J hands high, is a beautiful bayl with white hind feet, strictly sound and the best saddle horselS ever backed. He is showing the best lot or colts this spring I ever looked at. V NOBLiE is by Jordan Peacock 1148, the best breeder thati was ever in Adair county, his colt shows at the Columbia Fairs is, evidence of the fact. Noble's dam is by Artist JeA-el- , 2nd dam by Uromwell Denmrk 73, 3rd darr. by Artist 75. There is rot a bet- ter Dreascauion nvmg man JNODle Peacock, and 1 will guarantee every good mare that is bred to Noble, to bring a high class colM with both ends up. J Mondays. Misses Ora Moss and Mollie Flowers :spent last Sunday in Columbia. fcasfc John -- Q. dry goods man, of Compbellsviile, was in our midst one day last week. G. B. Yates and wife, of Joppa, .spent one night here last week with Che former's uncle, Mr. Charlie Yates vand daughter. Mr. James Gist, who has been in del icate health for some time, does not improve very fast. James Simpson, of Breeding, received something like a carload of hogs here '.the first of the week at 6fc and 7c per Alexander, the well-know- n W; i 5 Innlf- "- For .Profit-Sharin- g h &ttvuuuu&K:y?: Each sack of Ballard's Obelisk Flour contains one of onr "cnnd-aR- cash" profit-sharin- g coupons which can be exchanged for Useful and g Ornamental Articles of Value by mailing them to The Premium Co., at Louisville, Ky. Each premium s sent freight PREPAID so it costs you nothing. Get a sack of Obelisk be convinced that it ends bake-da- y troubles. Write for handsomely illustrated premium book and begin saving the profit fine i snaring coupons today. ggk Ballard & Ballard Co., Inc., Louisville, Ky. Profit-Sharin- We Share Our Profits With YOU ll rl r-- mmmmmmm For sale By FLOWERS & BECK, Columbia, Ky. candidate HIGHWAY and JACK O'DIAMONDS 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. ' jpound. for Jailer, was in this section a Mr. W. C. Hill, of our town has been ton the sick list for the past few days. fetv days ago in the interest of Our old friend, J. B. Yates, of Cave his candidacy. tCity, in company with his sister, Mrs. Mr. J. L. Foley, who lives a eGK E. Nell, spent a day er so in our t&owu last week. Jim is looking like a few miles south of here, was boy. We were certainly married to Miss Mice Hammer, sjlad to see him. of Monroe county, at Bowling Messrs. Cheatham & Yates, of were here last Saturday buying Green by Dr. Doolan, pastor of delivering hogs at the market the First Baptist Church, April iand J6-year-o- Mr. . G. Denney, ld Mill-ttow- n, iprice. .Rev. G. W. Pangburn filled his regu-VJappointment here last Sunday with za. very interesting discourse. In the afternoon he addressed the children on the Sunday School lesson. iDr. L. C. Nell ran a very narrow of loosing his life one night last s?eek in trying to cross the creek near i this place, it being dark and he did snot know it was up so high. He was rdriving and had to remain in the creek ffor something like an hour for it to ar es-ca- pe 4th. They returned to Russell county to make their home. May all the good things of life attend them is the wish of their many friends. The mail that was lost about the last of January in South Fork was found in Green River, near Pellyton, a few day ago by Mr. Sam Workman. trun down. Mrs. Alfred Parson was taken Born, to the wife of Luther one day last week. The tfcrouble waswith her heart and it was Ford, April 6th, a girl. ;feared for some time that she would Mr. Bill Rubarts, of Pellvton, loot, revive. We are glad to note at was through here a few days ago jthis time that she is improving. Mr. Allen Parson and wife, of Port selling spectacles. 'Jand, spent last Saturday at this place There was a log rolling at "Mr. wisiting their relatives. Allen says jjoroduce is in great demand in his ter- Jerry Cravens' a few days ago. ck 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 handj;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. Alexander's Artist, 4517, A. S. H. R., sired by Fayette Artist, Respectfully. 4516, he by Kentucky Artist, 1455, he by Artist Montrose, 51, he W. L. Grady .12 by Artist, 75, by King William, 67. 1st dam, Louise Cabell, 5900, by Red Squirrel, 53. 2nd dam, Juelle C, 1304, by Jewel Denmark. 70, by Washington Denmark, EVERYTHING IN Alexander's 64. 3rd dam, by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Artist is a beautiful red chestnut, six years old, 15 hands high. You will note from the above that there are few if any better bred Stallions in Kentucky. He is a grand individual and in every way as good as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double and single harness, and nicely gaited, in fact he is a combinedjhorse of high class, and presents a magnificent appearance any where you place him. His future as a s"how norse and as a producer of saddle horses, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $10.00 to insure a living colt. ALEXANDER'S ARTIST. ROOFING and Printed. Also. Elwood v and American Fence. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ;..x ritory. lVIARION. with white points, 6 years old, 15 hands Marion is a black-jac- k high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features Jack. Hehas proven himself very sure and a most of a first-clas- s excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. The above described stbek will do service at my barn in Columbia, Ky. I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at $2:00 per month, or fed at $8.00. In all cases money due and must be paid, when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from the neighborhood. All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. William Stotts and son, of Petits-fcfor- k section, were with us last Saturday. William says the farmers in his 3ommunity are moving along nicely cvith their farm work. Next Sunday, the 3rd, being the iuarterly service day at Union. The -- Mr.-D- . M. Ross has completed School will be iand- everybody that is interested in sthe'Sunday School work has a special rfnvitation to be present and take part an-thigreat work. We see no reason why we should not have one of the best Schools in the county as we all know &here is a number of children and .Voung people as well as the middle siged and old that ought to be in the xSuuday School. The cold weather is over now and roads are fairly good and swe have no excuse to keep us from attending. We will have a full supply s . of literature. Don't jand place . forget the time We shall expect a good Dun'nville. J. F. Pelley has been very, sick for several days, but is some Abetter at this writing. IMrs. his new house on his farm above here and has removed to same. Mrs. Elizabeth Allen, who left here in 1849 is visiting relatives in this county. She is 87 years old and can get around well considering her age. The late Capt. Mills was her brother. Dear Mr. Harris: There seems to be quite a lot of opposition to the bond issue too much to even try to take a vote on it. Personally, I am with you on the proposition and hope that the time will speedily come when the people will awake rom their lethargy and indifference and understand that good roads and good schools are the mainspring in our system of Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 CO- - 12-- 1 16 Eaal Malket Street, Between First and Brook A. 5. CHEWN1NG, Columbia, Ky. Mr. W. H. Cundiff, one of our lumbia this week to visit his best citizens was quite sick last sisters at that place. Lucien Jones, who got his foot week, but is improving. cut awful bad six weeks ago, has Miss Mary Vanhoy visited Misses Linnie and Stora Hutchigot worse again this week. Bill Murphy, of Esto, is at son Sunday. & Louisville, Ky. The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50, Courier-Journ- al .Drmers ..crops. Miss Carrie Pierce has re turned home from Georgia where ..she has been teaching. .Several of the boys have gone westthis spring. There is an abundance of work at present for those that remain at home. C' J. D. Jones has just about completed his store building. He .ifaad an auction Saturday, things selling yery well. are making very good 'progress preparing for their - Rowes X Roads. The prospect for wheat is fine. Mr. Walter Cook, of Columbia, was visiting here last week, accompanied by the Misses Antle, of Montpelier. Alvin McElroy has about pleted his new house. com- Cullon Hale has moved into his Sunday. new home at this place. : Mr. Herbert Cundiff, of Louis? home in his new and shoo. Come t o Esto and get ville, is with his parents for a few days. your blacksmithing done. Mrs. Amanda Wallace and litBill Price dont get any better. of Cane Valtle Mt. Pleasant, ley, were yisiting Mrs. Nellie Conover and .daughters a few of this community is days ago. Health fairly good at present. Messrs Owen Cundiff Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Cundiff, Woodson Montgomery were visiof Romine, were visiting at Mr. ting relatives in Greensburg last G. M. Cundiff's Saturday and Saturday night Sunday. up-to-da- te The "Distinctive" Store For Floor'and Wall Coverings . grand-daughte- r, Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum Wallpaper and Draperies and When in Louisville come in and see our splendid Assortments and how well we can serve you with reliable qualities at moderate prices centrally located and .. cvj? fathe fourth Sunday in jtits month. 5J&V.U v MrandrMzp.r. Claud Callison ;, mous. . 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