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Last Thursday the Missionary Society of the Methodist Church met at d the appointed hour with baskets at the home of Judge and Mrs. J. J; Simpson to spend the day. At the noon hour all were served with a most bountiful and delicious lunch, with Madams J. O. Russell, G. B. Smith and Miss Nettie Clark acting as well-fille- Caught in Metcalfe County. Wm. H. Price, who was paroled from the Michigan City, Ind., penitentiary April 30th, 1010, with the understanding he was not to leave the State of Indiana, was arrested on Flat Rock, Metcalfe county, last Talking of Going West. We would be glad to see every young man in Columbia in some profitable employment, but the business is not here to accommodate them all, hence quite a number have no regular Those who have reached their majority, and who are out of employment because the business is not here, are dissatisfied, and will eventually go elsewhere, though they dislike very much to leave their old home. There are places for them i n the West, always are, for man, and those who want to build up a bank account, in their bast years, could not be censured for going to a more thriving country. If any of our young men should contract the Western fever, leaving the parental roof for a more thriving country, we trust that when they pile up riches, they will return to the old stamping, ground to spend their money. well-qualified Courtship. Charles T. Moore, a writer on the Louisville Times", started out Friday of last week, as was published in that paper, to find the location of Columbia Ky. He visited many market places, observing the good things on sale, and an impression was created in his mind that they came from this place. He asked a number of hucksters to locate the town, but received no definite answer, and believing that he is anxious for the information, we will proceedjto tell him. Columbia is located in the South, Central portion of the State and is surrounded by some of the best' farming lands in the Commonwealth. It is here where from fifteen, to twenty barrels of corn are grown to the acre; where the stately Oak and Poplar nod to the traveler as he passes along the highways; where every thing to refresh the inner man grows in abundance and where peace reigns supreme. It is here where the crystal waters of Green river and Russell creek flow through the county of Adair, game-fis- h in great abundance being in the same; where the city chap is often seen angling for the perch and bass life. It is a fresh air country where the women and girls are rosy, and where Friday's Game. the men have strength sufficient to knock down a steer. The Somerset High It is here where nearly every family team crossed bats withSchool baseS.ball L. W. T. at keep Jersey cows, the products of same this place Friday afternoon and as a being shipped to Louisville, in order the that the city folk may see and taste result of the meeting were people of permitted the town and schools Oleomargerlne is not real butter. to witness the most interesting game wanted here. Fruits of every variety are grown of the season this far. The game was close and well played here, the luscious strawberries, peachby both teams who contested bitterly es, and appricots being the favorites. The town of Columbia is an educa- for the victory until the close of the tional point. For more than a half ninth inning when the score stood 7- -5 century good schools have been main- in favor of L. W. T. S. Sullivan pitched for L. W. T. S. tained, young men and young women striking out 10 men and allowing 6 from all parts of the State being in hits. He was well backed by every attendance. The town has furnished this State player on his team. Hubble pitched with a Governor in the person of Thos. for Somerset and although he was E. Bramlett, a Lieutenant Governor, ably assisted by the other men of his J. R. Hindman, three Congressmen, team, he lacked control at several viand one Attorney General, in the per- tal stages. He struck out 4 and alson of James Garnett. P. W. Hardin, lowed G hits. The next game of the season will be who served the State twelve years as played Saturday against St. Marys Attorney General, was born and reared here. This town furnished the Cir- and a fine game is expected. cuit Judges in the district to which Adair has belonged for more than forty REPORT OFTHECONDITION OF THE years, and if all signs do not fail it will furnish the next Appellate Judge for the Third district in the person of Hon. GRADYVILLE STATE Rollin Hurt. Mr. Moore will probably conclude BANK, that Columbia is on the map; that its surroundings and the town are places Doing Business Town of where good things and men grow. Gradyville County1 of Adair It is a place where the merchants State of Kentucky. keep well selected stocks; where every boy who has readied the age of seven At the Close of Business on years can swim, and where the twelve the 4th day of Apr. 1913. year old lad can take his 32 rifle, go to RESOURCES 22 294 18 the woods: returning with a string of Loans and Discountsand unsecured 240 75 Overdrafts, secured squirrels. It is a town where all law Stocks, Bonds and other Securities 400 75 abiding white citizens are on equality, Due from Bants 11 773 17 A 992 37 and where but one man has been killed Cash on hand Banking: House Furniture and in a difficulty since the civil war. 2 917 69 Fixtures If Mr. Moore will come to Colnmbia we will guarantee that he will spend Total $ 39 62G91 LIABILITIES the time pleasantly and be pleased with the best inland town in Ken- Capital stock paid in,-15 000 00 Cash tucky. He would have an opportuni- Surplus 54 59 Funds ty of walking on concrete from the Undivided Profits, less expenses rising of the sun to the setting there475 91 and taxes paid 24 033 41 of, and at meal time furnished with Deposits Subject to check 63 00 all the fish and fried chicken his ap- Unpaid Dividends Last Friday afternoon Mr. Press Miller and Miss Ruth Ingram eloped Miss Prudy Stackhouse, of Webb's for Tennessee and were married some X Roads, Ky , was married to Mr. time during the day Saturday, reKy., last turning to this place the first of this James Cravens, of Humble, Thursday morning. week. Is the It will be remembered that the of The Bride aged 41, soldier, only child Bennett the old Rebel couple attempted to get married in Stackhouse, and the Groom aged 44 jis Jeffersonville several weeks ago, but very a industrious farmer. were foiled by the young lady's faThey were quietly married at the ther. after It seems that they were determined home of Bro. Tommy Grimes,Charley which they returned to Mr. "in their intentions, and their associCravens, brother of the groom, where ates knew that it was only a question about 40 of their friends received them. oftime when they would again leave Dinner was served immediately and hom,e for the purpose of becoming such a dinner, no one can imagine, only one, hence Friday's elopement was those who are acquainted with Mrs. not altogether a surprise. Cravens extremely good cooking. The bride is a daughter of Mr and was nicely decorated with Mrs. W. I. Ingram. Mr. Ingram being The table flowers, fruits and candies, and dinner a prominent merchand of Columbia, served in three courses by competent who was opposed to the marriage. waiters. The groom is a young business man, The bride and groom will live at the who conducts a grocery store on the home of the old soldier, and their square, and is a son of Dr. and Mrs. many friends wish them a long, happy S. P. Miller. and useful lives. The News extends its best wishes to the young couple, that happiness and A Long and Useful Life Ended. prosperity may attend them through Sarah Rebecca Thomas, of waitresses. The morning hour was spent in social conversation with good christian fellowship prevailing throughout the entire day. In the afternoon a very interesting at born Oct. 6th, 1827. Her maiden name was Evans, daughtar of Benjamine Evans, and is the last of six children. She was married to Nelson Thomas in 1847 and settled at the home where they lived together at the same place 48 years at which time Mr. Thomas died. She continued to reside at the same rilace until a few years before her death. She suffered two strokes of paralysis, the first one about seven years ago from which she ralied, later she had a second stroke from which she partially recovered, but she has been on the decline for several years. Twelve children were born to this union, ten of whom survive her, six sons and four daughters. Seven of the children attended the funeral. Three of her sons reside in the West. She surrendered her young life to God in her youthful days and united with the Christian Church at Mt. Pleasant with her husband shortly after her marriage and fought a good fight and kept the faith until the end came and was ready to go. Her ten living children are all Christians and are all prosperous and good citizens. As a companion she was indeed a helpmate, and did her part well in the making of the new home, which was then with an unbroken forest. As a mother she trained her children to industry and obedience and in the fear sur-sound- ed home of her sell, G. B. Smith, Sam Breeding, Geo. Jerome Hardwjck. Mrs. Thomas was Staples, W. T. McFarland, Emily 1913, son-in-la- Egypt neighborhood, died April 13th, Stevenson, Geo. Wilson, program was rendered, Brazil being the subject of our Mission study. Mrs. P. D. Neilson and Mrs. C. M. Russel read interesting papers, and Rev.Chanedler gave a very appropriate and instructive talk on the subject. After the program was completed the business of the society was taken up and two new members were added to the roll. It was a most enjoyable day and each one present showed their deep appreciation of the hospitality shown them by Judge and Mrs. Simpson. The following were present: Judge and Mrs. J. J. Simpson, Rev. J. S. Chandler, Madams J. O. Russel, the P D. Neilson, W: F. Hogard, Geo. C. M. Rus- Thursday, M. C. Winfrey and O. P. Willis, deputy Sheriffs of Adair county, making the arrest. Price has been living in Metcalfe almost continuously since he left Indiana, having a wife where the arrest was made. It is reported that Price whipped his companion some time ago, and for the act he was reported to the Warden of the Michigan City, penitentiary. All the facts were furnished A. D. Patteson Sheriff of this county by the Indiana authorities, which resulted in Prices arrest, as stated above. When tine deputies reached Columbia Thursday night with the prisoner, the Warden at Michigan City was notified by wire, a man reaching here Friday night, returning with him to the Indiana prison. Price was sent to prison for a malicious assault. A For Sale. Two good road wagons, 1 Quiet Wedding. other a 3. Ad. 26-- 2t a 3 in., the Jo Williams, Montpelier, Ky at the Burton, Bettie Atkins, Jim English, John Sandusky, Misses Mattie Sinclair Nettie Clark and Mary Catherine Russell. Judgment Five for Dollars. Hundred The case of Mrs. Ellensworth against Hugh Richardson, suit for damages, was called in the Bullitt circuit court last week. Judge W. W. Jones and Attorney General Jas. Garnett represented Mr. Richardson. Mrs. Ellensworth sued for a large sum, but she was given a judgment for only five hundred dollars, and that was thought to have been excessive. The claim against Browning and Young was dismissed on peremptory instructions. On last Sunday at 4 o'clock p. m., Mr. James T. Hood and sister with Wood Montgomery drove up to Mr. Champ Butlers. In a short time the preacher came, and the ceremonv was said that made one of two hearts, of James T. Hood and Miss Jennie Butler. The surprise was that none of Mr. Butler's family nor Mr. Hood's, save one member, knew any thing of the approaching wedding until a few minutes before it happened, neither was such a thing suspected in the 2Gthinst. Several speakers will be present, and the exercises promises to be interesting. There will be dinner on the square and many members of sister lodges will be present. It will evidently be a big day in Jamestown. For Rent. House, close to public square with good gardenjlot. Frank Sinclair. The Odd Fellows Hall at Jamestown will be dedicated on Saturday, the neighborhood. The young couple had been so quiet in their courtship that no one thought of any special intimacy developing into even a fondness for eaci other. So they are entitled to the prize for the greatest surprise wedding of any previous one in all this country. They are splendid young people, and have the best wishes of all the people in the community. Z. T. Williams. In the District Court of the United Read the statement of the State Bank, Gradyville, which appears in this issue. It is one of tne best statements this bank has published since it was organized a few years ago. This of course will be very gratifying to the stockholders, showing that it is in good hands. Report af Trie Condition of The BANK OF RUSSELL SPRINGS. Doing Business at the Town of Russell SDrings, County of Russell, State of Kentucky of the Lord. She leaves behind her a splendid At the close of Business on 4th heritage in her sons and daughters as day of April 1913. citizens, good neighbors and Christians. RECOURSES. Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, Secured and Unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Due from Banks Cash on hand Checks and other casn 54 769 01 1 443 12 n The funeral services were held at the old home and was atiended by a large number of old neighbors, relatives and friends. She leaves besides her ten children 4G grandchildren and 28 great grandchildren and one great, great grandchild. Will say to the children grieve not for mother, but think of her death as a victory and coronation. Z. T. W. 13 634 10 5 500 69 items Banking House. Furniture and Fixtures Total Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxe3 paid Deposits subject to check Time Deposits Cashier's checks ' 4 700 00 80 09S 92 LIABILITIES. 15 000 00 4 000 00 424 63 59 574 24 1 100 00 60 674 21 petite would crave. . 39 62G 91 Dropped Dead. Mr. Notice. Judge N. H. Moss, County Judge and Gordon Montgomery, County Attorney, are notified that 1 will on the 2Gth day of April, 1913, file an application before the Board of Prison Commissioners for a parole from a sentence in the penstentiary for manslaughter, rendered in the Adair Circuit Court. 25-l-t. Joseph Burbridge. The Lindsey-Wilso- n STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Adair (Set. We J. A. Diddle andC. O, Moss President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowlengre and belief. J. A. Diddle, President. C. O. Moss, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th, day of Apr. 1913. My commission expires January 22, 1910. Clem Keltner Notary Public chant at Dirigo, this county, dropped John McClister, who was a mer- Correct W. IE Wilmore J. F. Pendleton Strong Hill Directors. experienced teacher charge of the studies heretofore under Prof. Neilson. Rev. J. S. Chandler will take some classes, but he will not all the time. be in the school-rooHe will be more of a manager, looking after the general needs of the institution. He is a man who stands high in the Louisville Conference, and the Educational Board selected him because of his executive ability. m will employ an who will take Mrs. Bettie Penick, of Elkton, Ky., announces the engagement o f her daughter, Miss Grace Cecil, to Mr. Thomas T. Marshall, of Henderson, Ky. The marriage will take place in June. The intended bride has many relatives in Adair county. The mother of the young lady was a niece of W. W. Cabell, deceased, and she is closely retated to the Hancock fam-lie- s of Adair. Rev. 1. 11. Grimsley taught a ten Mr. Elijah Moore, an attorney of night's singing school at Antioch clos- Libert', Casey county, and Miss Daisy ing Monday night, April 14th, with Givens, a teacher of same place, were fine success. He began a second term married at Moreland one day last on last Friday night with a larger at- week. Eld. W. G. Montgomery per' tendance than before He will also formed the ceremony. The couple are popular and will reside at Liberty. have a class on the organ. Mr. J. E. Gowdy, of Campbellsville, Messrs. R. W. Shirley, Charles Hind-ma- n n stave dealer, was in the and several other heads of famiColumbia for a few hours last Thurslies living between here andMilltown, day. While here he purchased 300,000 have had boxes installed in their resi- staves from Mr. J. H. Young, paying dences, and can now talk direct to Cowell-know- lumbia, day or night. about $13,000. dead at his place of business Tuesday of last week. He leaves a wife and Total 80 093 92 KENTUCKY bcU several children. At the time death STATE OF of Russell County f came Mr. McClister was removing his We, S. Wilson and Robert Ingram. President stock of dry goods from an old store and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solhouse to a new building he had just emnly swear that the above statement i s true the best of our knowledge and belief, completed. S. Wilson. President. The deceased was born and reared Robert Ingram, Cashier. at Gadberry, this county, and was a Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th good citizen. His death brought sor- day of Apr. 1913. valued at S6.931; hogs, 11,849, My Commission Eptre3 Jan. 9, 1916. row to many relatives and friends. valued at S50,21S; Jacks, 42, valued at Daniel Wilson, Notary Public. S. Wilson. $3,430: Jennets, 22, valued at $445. U. G. Rexroat, Mr. J. W. Walker and Mr. T. E. D. Wilson, Waggener have formed a partnership How the Vote Stands Directors. in the milling business. They have The following is the standing of purchased first-clas- s machinery from There is one great advantage in candidates at the Parlor Circle, up the Mr. C. F. Mantz, Campbellsville, to living off a railroad, we are not and including last Saturday night: which will be removed to this place bothered with tramps. We venture Dora Eubank e and installed in the 23,750 now Mary Smith occupied by the Midget Machinery. the assertion that tehre are not as 22,850 many as a half dozen tramps who visNell Tarter The Midget mill belongs to Mr. Hugh 17,550 " Columbia in a year. "We do not Eva Walker 11,700 Richaidson, who will remove it. In a it of seeing a single one in Margaret Lovett few weeks the new mill will be in remember 7,250 past six months. In small railoperation, turning out first class roller the road towns they are continuously The fishing season has opened, but flour. knocking at the cook room door, and very few of the finny tribe have been are a source of great annoyance. caught up to this writing. It is beIn last week's issue we stated, through mistake, that the county levy The Adair County News, besides lieved that fish are plentiful in Ruswas one dollar. It is only 50 cents, keeping its job presses running, got sell's creek and Green river, and that the whole tax, State and county, is out three papers last week. Our own, the sport will be fine in a few weeks. one dollar. The Russell's Creek Baptist and the Mr. George Keeton, who lives on Blue and White, a school paper. Sand Lick, fell from his wagon, a few n columns of type were set for days ago breaking one of his legs. Erank Karns, a young man, whose home is about four miles the three papers. from Columbia, and Miss Helen Nea-glLast week was delightful for farm of Camp Knox, eloped to Gretna A little frost here Monday morning, work and many acres of ground were Green last week and got married. but not enough to damage vegetation turned. I 3,-17- "Aunt" Catherine Williams, colored, celebrated her one hundredth birthStates. day at the home of her daughter, Mrs. FOR WESTERN DISTRICT OF Parker Jackman, in this city, Friday, the 18th, inst. A number of her white KENTUCKY, IN BANKRUPTCY. lady friends calledjjduring the day, and she received numerous presents. In the matter of William L. y The contractors, McFarland and a Bankrupt. Feese, are getting along nicely with On this 18th day of April A. D., 1913, on considering the petition of the Mr. Bruce Montgomery's residence aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed which is going up on Greensburg on the 3rd day of April, A. D., 1913, it street. It will be a handsome, two is ordered by the court that a hearing story, seven room building and.. will be had upon the same on the 24th day add greatly to the appearance of that of May, A. D., 1913, before said court part of the street. at Louisville in said district, at 10 Mr. and W. A. Coffey entertained o'clock in the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and that notice Rev. and Mrs. O. P. Bush, Rev. J. N. thereof be published one time in the Crawford and wife and Prof. C. Tur-n- er and wife at G. o'clock dinner one Adair County News a newspaper afternoon last week. It was an after- printed in said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in noon of much enjoyment. interest may appear at said time and All teachers who expect to attend place and show cause, if any they Educational Association in Louishave, why the prayer of said petitioner the ville will please notify Miss Pearl should not be granted. Hindman, who will furnish them val Witness the Honorable Walter uable information. Evans, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof, Bowling Green, in said Mr. W. H. Wilson, of this place, wil district, on the 18th day of April A. take full charge of the hotel at LebaD., 1913. non Junction the first of May. He A.-Ronald, Clerk. has purchased the interest of his partBy Essie Potts, D. C. . ner, Mr. Buei Hendrickson. Value of Stock in Adair County. Mr. Elmo Strange is at Russell Springs assisting Mr. I. M. Tuller in The following figures were taken installing a printing outfit, a paper to be started in that place. from the assessor's book: There are in Adair county 3,437 We have a good young Jack which horses, valued at S224,894. Number of will be peamilted to serve a few mules, 3,250, valued S159,509; eattle, mares. 5, 135, valued at $101,418; Sheep, Murray Bros. Gad-berrG. 5, Ad. Mrs. Mattie Vance celebrated forty-fift- h her birthday last Saturday. A delightful dinner was spread and & number of relatives invited. Big game mill-hous- next Saturday afternoon, St. Marys Usual adagainst Lindsey-Wilsoprice. mission n. at Lindsey-Wilso- n Park Mr. Jo M? Rosenfield will play with the Lexington team this season, and left for that city last Saturday. Mr. W. H. Gill, of the firm Wilson & Gill, purchased a soda fountain .while-i- n Louisville, last week. am receiving quite a 'lot of nice mattings. Don't fail to see my line before you buy. Frank Sinclair. I Fif-ty-fo- ur well-know- e, I J. H. Smith sold W. W. Edwards, of last Thursday, sixtyQ hogs'at cents. Campbellsville, - ft A. t i. "1 THE ADAIR..JOUNTY NEWS A Month of Disaster. Madame de Thebes, the French sseeress who, on New Year's Day, predicted the terrible Omaha and the awful floods of the .Middle West, and whose predications were scoffed until the disasters proved the truth of her 'words, has predicted still worse --.disasters in America in September. She has hidden herself craway in a little village near Partis to keep from being interviecy--clo- s itma ciecMm i By JUUAj NO. 76,284 f-- ne JIM KEEN Assisted by Class SffiurJiedville Jftian achoot Thursday Evening April twenty-fou- r, Nineteen hundred and thirteen 8 O'clock M?iMp WgmSKw d&$&y oHHIm TnpIbB -- -- things j she sees for this country, for she she is really ill with horror at the awful calamities she She says there is no way to the troubles for the finger of God is at work in America. It is in the grip of a terrestial evolution and the face of the country will be changed by flood, fire, wind and water, and there will be no calm for the country until . after April 21. A large portion -- of her territory wil slip into the .sea, in frhprext few generations, Madniu le Theses saj's, and that mo terrible than ewrit umiI wed regarding the terrible for-vsee- Miss Beulah Kirkpatrick Directress s. PROGRAM 1 2 3 Piano (Six Hands) Return of the Heroes Jim Keen, Ellen Alexander, Lucy Coe Pearly Dewdrop Piano Solo Myrtie Jones Piano Solo Moon Winks Carrie Humes P. Keller S. Birbeck Atheiton . -- 'fc - . LT.r.ss5s?-;5l--re-i; r-kV-C5.- 4 I 5 -- S Flirtation Song Taffy Agnes McGee, Annie Davis, Mary Richardson, Jim Keen, Walter Elam, Ben Jones W. P. Mero True Friendship Piano Duet Misses Gibson and Elam Piano Solo Reading Iltrovatore Nida Miller rmmm .. -T K . - u AIMBt Tnhu ". .- . JliHKUfllA - 'W T. rwj .fHT-- IBVE - V B iart '" ' W r " ."t- - .a w J .j. & 12C--r-?!!Helwp ti."" S5 v.k ir" ir 'iinni i ir iii ' l. " . .. viHirr " c .17. iaai -.- fmF P ,. -- m -- r JL, i ,MM T1 ill ilMMIf in Hi BTTT PT li mKx ??gsrggg in fc ijEi ri i any m rid ca.i e ten picture. September. 1913, will be the most 6 7 Arr by Dorn dangerous month for this country The Folly of Telling Lies Ellen Alexander Hoist Nevin rand everybody should be ready to t flee from the floods, fires and cy- clones a t any minute. In that cxinonth most of the horrors will de- 8 9 Piano (Six Hands) Bloom and Blossom Myrtie Fai Sharp, Mai Brackman, Bemice Elliott Piano Solo Narcissus Benton Miller The above picture is a natural photograph of JUDAS the famous PER CHERON STALLION. He will make the season of 1913, at my barn one mile east of Columbia, Ky., on the Sommerset road, for the sum of $10.00 to insure a living colt. DESCRIPTION: Judas is a 5 year old Percheron, a steel gray, weighs 1700 pounds and is 16 hands high. He is a perfect model and a world beater. Remember that every farming country in the world wants the Percheron horse. The leading mule producing States are raising the mules from the Percheron mares. See this horse before you breed. I will gladly show you his certificate of registration and Pedigree. She says there are hidden and occult influences rat work about this country and x there will be danger ahead until 71918 and the only thing Americans can do is to put themselves .on the defensive and prepare to pprotect themsslves. She con- sludes by saying that God's des-- t tiny is at work and the people : are helpless, and they can only velop from wind. Girls and Boys 1 1 Piano Solo Piano Duet Quartet Garden of Dreams Kate Curtis Vienna March Bouldin, Miss Kirkpatrick Emma H. Lincoln Czerney Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or removed from neigh- 1 2 3 borhood. All care 1 An Afternoon Call Myrtie Jones, Nida Miller, Benton Miller, Luther Jones taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. W. G. McKINLEY Boh im 1 4 Piano Solo Piano (Six Hands) Song Silvery Stars Agnes McGee 15 1 DENTAL OFFICE t safeguard themselves and wait s3nd endure. Commissioner's Sale. Dance Ecossaie Misses Elam, Edens, Morgan Or. James Triplet! DENTIST NFXT TO POsiT OFFICE i Buggies Surreys Runabouts. 6 7 1 CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY i'First Natl. Batik, Columbia, PIffs. 1 V5 i 1 (School Scene) Who's Afraid of You Agnes McGee, Martha Alexander, Jim Keen Drumheller Where Memory Dwells Piano Solo Jane Ewing Reading I'se Dood Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. OS Columbia, Ky. REt PHON'G 2l. OFFICE PHONE 8 - J. L. Hurt & Co., Dfts. C. 19 and E. Willis, Crocus, petition PI If a, vs. J - J. L. Hurt & Co., Dfts. By virtu re of a Judgmeut and Order tot Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- ed at the January term, thereof, 1913, . liu the above cause, for the sum of Sr 592.22 and $41 05 cost and $138.12 and 70 cost herein I shall proceed to - offer for sale at the Court-houdoor .in Columbia. Ky , to the highest bid- der, at Public Auction, on Monday the se 20 2 1 Robbie Richardson Under the Mistletoe Piano Duet Stella Rowe, Mary Richardson A Show of Hands Play Willie Elam, Benton Miller Piano Duet Song Piano Duet H. Englemann WELL Arr by P. Orem DRILLER Woodson ed Le Every At Full Tilt Matha Alexander, Agnes McGee Prairie Song Bird Young Ladies Little Boy Blue Annie Davis, Jim Keen I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me be-- i Greensburg Kentucky, j f 22 23 fore contracting. Latest machinery of all kinds H. Englemann im-yrov- Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. bells A Oar Load Of Busrsrios Give. S a. turd a i Quit Dat Ticklin Me 24 Song day of Mav, 1913, at 1 o'clock, P. Misses Curtis, Elam or thereabout (being County Court) . upon a credit of j six months the fol-.- ; lowing described property t: A certain tract of land situated in Federal aid in the way of raAdair county, Ky., on the waters of on both old and new Burley and Russells creek, and bounded as follows: dark, and it would be quite easy tions, tents, blankets and help Beginning at a Hickory, corner to Robert Sanders' deed, thence with a for the farmers to prepare sam- have been extended freely to the flood-strickine of A. C. Jeffries' land N. 791 ples just at this time. The ;poles W. 87 poles, passing said Jeffries' for all Ohio legislature has appropriated There are classes corner toa White Oak 331inks to astone inW. P. Willis' line; thence with same grades, Bright Leaf, Red Leaf, $250,000 for relief work, munici:S. 41 W. 126 poles to a stone, Black Cigarette and Trash in the Bur-le- y palities throughout the entire 3akaud Dogwood, Q. Montgomery's and Austrian Leaf, Black district are openipg city treas"Corner, thence S. 70 E. 121 poles to a Black Oak, Gum and Hickory, Robert wrapper. Long Leaf, French uries, and people everywhere are Sanders' corner; thence N. 41 E. 6 Green responding to the call. poles to a White Oak and Dogwood, in Leaf, Italian Leaf and The rescue work, the immediSanders' line; thence S. 45 E. 19 poles River leaf in the Ifark type to two White Oaks, thence N- - 16 E. Get your samples up now and be ate relief and other measures 12G poles to the beginning. Contaiprepared for the big Fair in Sep- taken while the waters were ning 83 h acres. For the purchase price, the pur- tember. Should you desire any raging and business was at a chaser, with approved surety or seto entry standstill, were attended by excurities, must execute Bond, bearing information relative all turned and legal interostfrom the day of sale until blanks etc., drop a line to the citement and paid, and having the force and effect Secretary, J. L. Dent, Paul worked with a will. of a Judgment. Bidders will be pre-rf- . What the Joss of life has been Louisville. ! Jones Building, pared to comply with these terms. W. A. Coffey, will never be known accurately. Master Commissioner. Epidemic of Disease Feared. Bodies have been washed away U"5th 3&T., to-wien J. Li. C. YATES Saturday June 22nd. Main H- - tJONHS Vetejtinciny Surgacn Greeusbunr was Blocked for two hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis. Street districts. and Dentlfat 5 years? Special attention experience given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded Schuol building. P HOG NO. 7. ! During: the dav Town Marshall called N.i on to clear the W. street. -- Tanner Ottley Attorncy-Ht-liani What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales. Quality, Will practice in all the Cot-rt- s Columbia, Ky. Styles and Easy Riding. Attention to Tobacco Growers. . wr The Kentucky State Fair this ,.ear desires making the Tobacco ISxhibit a very prominent feature for the big show, and asks sthehelp of the farmers of the State in both the Burley and jDark sections, to assist them in , o quartermasters and The premiums are very liberal United States army. doing. The sternest work in the flooded districts of Ohio and Indiana is yet td come the preservation of health and of an industrial basis This work, as was the case in the Mississippi floods of last year, has been placed in the hands of the Red Cross society experts of and others covered with mud and rubbish. Many of these never will be found. Entire families will drop from sight, and it will never be known whether The widow of a New York poli-c- v they were drowned or merely separated themselves from the king signed a check for $30,-00- 0 scene of the disaster by moving for a spiritualistic medium The early estimates at the orders of her husband's elsewhere. of losb of life were grossly exghost. Mighty poor policy to cessive, but the truth will be apthe palling enough. The money have the ghost walk in that loss is beyond estimate. ; The hoboe's union proposes to petition the President for more freedom. More freedom in what? Chicken houses, or freight trains, or simply emancipation from compulsory baths? REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man, the Mower and Binder man, the Gasoline , Engine man, the Farm Implement man. WOODSON GREENSBURG, KY. LEWI it ?i i-- h - L, -- V , THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Birdseve view of our Plant i i?kj' I -- AN ACQUIRED TASTE Taner. J. 0. White was in Columbia last week, attending Fiscal court. P. M. Roberds has his shingle mill now in operation, and is now ready for business. Mr. Dee Tarter, of this place, is attending school at Columbia. Mr. Wm. Hobson, of Campbells ville, was in this country last week, looking after business. Mr. Thomas Warren has rentThis fine Stallion will make the season of 1913 at my barn 21' ed a place from Mr. William miles from Jamestown and will be permitted to serve mares for $8.00 Hobson, and has taken pos- to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foalded or mare -session. traded or removed from neighborhood or bred to other stock. All Mrs. Susan Cravens and Mrs. care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. EphrarngMcKeney were visiting RAVEN BIRD sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955 the family of W. G. White, last he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dm Authilia Thomp- - -son, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Saturday night and Sunday. I' r -r - ed " W wcfeo trrMfcWl IPPWM ' III' '"W'f'i Jffm, "Mpii ii pnt-gi I 35f3L .. i&jr1 4S ,1 i i WA (i 'Largest in Dixie" !i W; J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated i I j Louisville, Kenfuckv. Windows. Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns. Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog ' WHOLESALE $ I That Was Paid to an English Artist. Richard Wilson, the English landscape paiuter. was not of a pliant disposition. Conscious of his own merits, he disduiued to humble himself to those who measure men by rank and value them by pounds. But Wilson's friends liked him no less for his &rusque manner. Goldsmith. Sterne. Wilson and Dr. Johnson were assembled at (Jarrick's house with a party of ladies for supper. "We were very lively at your expense Indeed, gentlemen." said Mrs. Garrick. rallying them for having arrived late. "To punish you for not obeying our summons the ladies likened you all to plants and fruits and flowers." "Pray let us hear." said Wilson. "Doubtless I come in for a sprig of laurel." "No. sir." said the pretty, lively lady; "you are wrong." "For rue. perchance." said he. "No. sir; guess again." "Why. am dubbed bitter enough, perhaps a frab." said he. "for that man." pointing to Garrick. "has dubbed me Sour Dick." "Guess again." said Mrs. Garrick, raughing. "Will you give It up?" "Yes. madam." "Why. then. sir. you are likened to olives. Now. will you dare to Inquire 1 Odd Compliment SI liS RjWEN bird. " -- Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, he by King Denmark. 3rd dam D. B. White has gone into the Bonie, by old Nat Brown 8 . goods business again at his old RAVEN BIRD is a beautiful mahogany bay, full 16 hands high, 6 years 1 stand at home. Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh eyes upon him. "Well. then, my dear, future home. out with it! I dare." The colored people. gave a mu"Then know, sir." said she. rising "Mr. and courtesying most Wilson is rough to the taste at drst, sical entertainment at this place BILL McFABLAND. tolerable by a little longer acquaint- last Saturday night, which was ance and delightful at last" ExThis Jack is the John Mcfarland Jack, 15 hands 3 inches high, . highly appreciated. change. and will stand at same place at $8.00 to insure a living colt. Samer W. H. Wheat had the misfcrt terms as applied to horse. CAUGHT THE BLUFFER. y. Henry Gooden left last Monfurther?" "Let me see." said Wilson, with all day for Indiana, to make it his old, has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beauiiful head and neck, a very heavy -well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He posseses exlreme r speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have evei " seen or handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most attractive ? manner. He is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excel- lent breeder: American and European Plans RATES: ! ' ' American Plan $2.00 and up European Plan $1.00 and up We serve the best American Plan meals in the South The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. Herman Steinhilber, Manner i Wirtt's Clever Ruse That Sold One of His Paintings. Peter De Wint. the Kuglish landscape painter, was accustomed each year to have a show of his pictures before sending them to the Water Color society's exhibition. On such occasions his friends frequently bought pictures, which, of course, ap-- i peared at the public exhibition marked "Sold." Among the painter's friends was a wealthy man who wanted to appear a patron of art and at the same time keep his money. Be managed this by loudly admiring the paintings alreudy sold. He was always a bit too late to buy the pictures that pleased him most, and having seen them, as he was wont to declare, he could never content himself with less beautiful works De Wint at last suspected the man's sincerity, and when the next show day came round he concluded to test niru After plenty ot time had been allowed for De Wiut's friends to make their purchases the rich man arrived As usual, ins eye soon tell on two "per te.-- t gems" marked "Sold " Turning to the artist, he said: "Now. De Wint. those .ire exactly the things I should Wliat a pity they ire like to not to be Mad ' "My deal sir.' said the painter, slap ping Him on tbe back. "I Knew yon put the tickets voiild like them, so on to keep them toi yon ' The siwuwrirclness of the situation was only relieved when the enthusiastic admirer became the somewhat un willing purchaser ot the two "gems " Youth's Companion. De semi-privat- e po-oels- s. 1 JSR2fcSSBSi Wf&4S&3&s!8mr&Girjj& k1 23 Tins is a Duke's Mixture Umbrella Whether you smoke Duke's Mixture m pipe or cigarette, it is delightfully satisfying Everywhere it is the choice of men who want real, natural tobacco. mss 1 Ti o(j&&LujeA, 3 In each 5c sack there are one and d half ounces of choice Virginia and North Carolina tobacco pure, mild, rid, best sort of granulated tobacco. Enough to make many good, satisfying cigarettes the kind that makes rolling popular. And with each sack you get a present coupon and a book of cigarette papers free. Resistance to the Sun. Animals whose cnpadtj for thermal regulation Is limited. Mich as rabbits and monkey?, rapidly succumb to exposure to the tropical sun. In the ";ime circumstances the skin of a man rises some or 4 degrees U. above lhe normal. Theoretically the black sl.in of negro nice should absorb more heat than that of the white people. How ever, colored races are better able than t'ie white to regulate their temperaturp under the inthieiice of the tropical sun perhaps because perspiration i more abundant The ape. although a native of the tropics. l less capable of resw lug the Min than other animals aim even the white man This is no doubt attributable to the fact that its natural 1'or certain home is in the forests monkeys two bonis ot exposure to the tropical sun is fatal. A Uniques Laboratory. Outside the harbor of Sfax. Tunisia, in the shallow water of the clear .Mediterranean, is situated a biological laboratory for the stud of sjxnmes It is one ot tbe most unique in the world and affoids opportunity for ol serving the development of the sponge from tiny larva, so small that it can only be studied under a microscope, until Ave years later it has developed Into a perfect sponge. une to loose a very fine mule colt; last week. . Jee Foley, E. A. Webb and C. G. Campbell bought a horse June White have had telephones from John Froedge for $60. installed at their residences. Rev. L. F. Payne preached an Mr. Eugene Rice, of .Camp bellsville, was Jin this communi- interesting sermon here last Sunty last week looking after tim- day. Mrs. Jane Campbell is very ber. Candidates! Oh candidates, sick at this writing Sunday School has been retheir name is legion. T. vv. Bryant will make a log organized at this place, with Rev. yard for Mr. Andrew Foley, near H. M. Stotts as Superintendent. R L. Campbell, capiiiiiute for Sano. Mr. F. G. Hardwick, our sur- the Democratic nomination for veyor, was at this place last County Attorney, spent several days last week in the Green Rivweek, surveying. The prospect for wheat in thi.- er section of the county. C. G. Bennett and VIv community is fine, corn selling Vautfhan were moving a stave at 53.25 per barrell.Bennett, a Farmers are all through turn- bucket, when Mr. and fell, and Vaughn rVli ing corn ground, and some have across his leg severely SDiaimnj.: planted a little. an ankle. Mr. Bennett had tn Mr. P. M. Koberts is erecting be curried home, and it vill a new dwelling at this place, r doubtless be several weeks Which will be very cornmodius he can walk again. when completed. Mrs. Mattie Stotts, wife n Plato Wade spent one nignt in Frank Stotts, is very low wirh our community last week, while tuberculosis, and is nor. expected enroute from Russell county. to live but y few days. Dr. Jones, veterinary, was EM. Tobias Huffaker w,M here last week. fir.-- ? preach at this place on - John F. Woolciridge... Q. P. SMYTHE for A fMRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE I Residence Phonel3 B Business Phone 13 ft- - OR. J. N. MURRELL i DENTIST Office. Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'cjr up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky .slip-pe- Gitud Roads te-fo- Thar it is the intention fo Jmildrl nttionit roads which will con wet Washington ith the capitals of every Sta'e in the Union,. was the tenor of a resolution:unanimously adopted by the Sec National Good Road's Fed-erAid Convention at a senior held in Washington recently. al The-resolutio- nd n further advocates whert-ve- r the-creatio- n, , they do not-exist- the Cough Medicine for Children. Wesley Fudge and wife, Brecl Two much care cannot be used hi selecting a couge medicine for chil- ing. visited relatives at this placn dren. It should be pleasant to take, one day last week. contain no harmful substance and be comJ W McClister most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough ha-about Sunday in June of effective State departments in every State for the construction and maintenance of good roads. Get an Umbrella Free The coupons can be exchanged for all sorts of valuable presents. The list includes not only smokers' articles but mans' desirable presents for women and children umbrellas, cameras, toilet articles, tennis juiw gloves and masks, etc. 4 Sv rackets, catcher's for it on a postal, today. catalogue of presents FREE to any address. Ask December and January only we viill send our illustrated During I TWo Sides. vvcrv argument,' "There are two sides, you know, to said the ready made philosopher "Yes." replied the gloomy person, "but it makes a difference which side rou choose There two sides to a piece it fly paper."- - Washington Star. An Exception. Pains in the Stomach. If you continually complain of pains your liver your pleted his new stor hui.dmu a in tbe stomach, of order. or kidneys are out Neglect liemedy meets these requirements and this place, and will movf m may lead 10 dropsv. kidney trouble,, is a favorite with the mothers of diabetes or I.riglit's disease. Tlious- - -the next few days. young children every weere. E'or sale wirh-ie amis recommend Electric Hitters by I'aull Drug Co. Ad. J 0. Campbell has recently best stomach and kidney medicine Raleigh, 'embirked in the huckster bus made. II. T. Alston, of p.iin in N. C , who suffeied vi:h ih found a furc for Rheumatism ines?, and is now receiving chick- stomach and back, writes: "My kidneys wprt deranged and my liver did 1 suffered with rheumatism for ens and eggs ai. the highest marhoc voru right. 1 suffered much, two years and rould not gel. my right ket prices. Kilters was recommended and''? hand to my mouth for that, length of I Improved from lhe h'rst dose. U time," writes Lee L. Chapman, now it el like a new man" It. wilta Straight at It Iowa. S,I suffered terrible There is no use of our "beating irnurove vou too. Oulv ."iOc and SI pain so I could not sleep or lie still around the bush." We might as well Recommended by Paull Drug Co Ad.-- it at night. Five years ago- I began out with Mist as last We want using Chamberlain's Liniment and in you to try Chamberlain's Cough KennThe State Department has de two months I was well and have noi edy the next time you have a cough inaniied an explanation of suffered with rheumatism since " or cold. There is no reason so far as the kil- lFor sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad. we cm see why you should not do so. ing of two American sailors af- , . This preparation by its remarkab'o ' , the chief oft maii.asf cures has gained a world wide repOirigo. utat ion, and people everywhere speal. police ot that city, and seriou?s- of it in the highest terms of praise. consequences may result. JkG. Campbell bought a plug It is for sale by Paull Di ug Co. Ad. n as-thbut-Bectr- ic J Ma-pieto- -- n, ! - I -- - ; SHOE. J.T..TINSLEY'S NATU. RAL LEAF. GRANGER TWIST. coupons from FOUR ROSES (10c-ti- n double coupon). PICK. PLUG CUT, PIEDMONT CIGARETTES, CUX CIGARETTES, and othtt tags or coupons issued by us. Coupont from Duke'i Mixture may be assorted with laps from HORSE Premium Oept. St. Louis, Mo. W29ZCZM2VZXWM i ' "Money, after all. means nothing hut trouble." "Still, it is the only kind of trouble which it is hard to borrow." He Swore. IS rA Was he furious, dear, when you fold him that we had heen secretly married? Re- - Not really furious, only ml'lirlotis. .In dire Shf-- - None is to he deemed free who has not perfect Belt command -- Pythagoras horse from John Mosby for $23. S. C. Denny, Democratic candidate for Jailer was here one day last week. W. R. Royse, Breeding, was here last week on business. F. A. Lewis and son, Goebel, Fairplay, visited relatives here last Saturday and Sunday. The funeral of J. P. Morgans An Indiana young woman got was held at St. George's Episco $25,000 for a broken heart Bro-kepai church. New York, Monday-withhearts are painful things, any eulogistic address..-fh- e but, commercially speaking, if financier left written insfe-?-tiuiiregarding the funerals this rate is to b1 taken as their market value, they are very good n out things to have in one's John A. Hobson, Greensburg. Ky., will paytf? you best prices lor your Write or phone him. hos, sheep or cattle-- v A- -, 1 THE ADAIR THE ADAIR COUNT'S NEWS COUNTY NEWS Baltimore with all its incidents, affecting these two gentlemen, Published Every'Wednesday is to be no more. Good, very - BY THE good, and may all such unpleasAdair County News Company. ant clashes and bitterness between our public men disappear, ( Incorporated.) and full and complete DemocratCHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. ic legislation follow. Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. ln-re- et Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. Post-offi- ce as sec-a- fl WED. APRIL 23, 1913. A to criticise the State primary law, for we believe in the underlying .motives that back it and that brought it into existence, but to plainly speak, it appears to be too bulky in its provisions, and not likely togive the degree of satisfaction intended. There is too much red tape attached, and instead of making it simple and fair, its provisions are very Cumbersome on those who seek to place their names on the primary ballot. A close perusal of the nomination paper is bound to convince any one that it is not what it ought to be, that too many iffs and ands exist, that instead of broadening opportuni- It is not our purpose The will of J. Pierpont Morgan was made public last Saturday night Bequests and trusts named in specific sums amount to $20,000,000. In these are friends, employes, etc. The remainder of the millions goes to his son, J. P. Morgan, Jr. At the latter's death it goes to a grandson, JuniusJSpencerlMorgan. Black Hawk Corn Drills, Disc or wheel Genuine Brown and Buckeye Cultivators Either Riding or Walking If the President agrees with Postmaster 52,000 General Burleson postmasters will be required to take the civil service examination. This means Republican postmasters who'are now serving. fourth-clas- s The Jeffries Hardware Co. fS k Some men, and.not just a few, are disappointed and humiliated because their predictions of a panic failed in the change of political parties. ii?3?rS from Washington i that Republican Senators will ty, they are contracted. The not oppose President Wilson's right to withdraw from a race is nominationsfor office. The Fence made entirely of No. 9 Wire prohibited after the nominating is the Cheapest you can buy. Read why paper has been filed, and a decNo. 9 wire is stronger and takes more Fences, made entirely of Nc. 9 wire in From Bowling Green. galvanizing in proportion to its size than many styles and sizes, are the ctrongest laration on the part of voters to smaller wire. Fences made entirely of made because of the Electrically Velded 'vote for the nominee is also re- Editor News: No. 9 wire last many years longer in joints, most durable because of the high quired. We believe in party orproportion than lighter weight fences, cost quality Open Hearth Wire and pure zinc We, the students from Russell no more to Ftrin., cause less trouble, are galvanizing, and the most economical ganization, in party loyalty, but county in the W. K. S. N. S., rebetter at all times. These are technical and satisfactory fences in the wcrld. do not believe in it to the extent quest that sufficient space in the facts. 'Pittsburgh Perfect" Jumbo' Specify "jumbo" and save money. provided in the primary law. granted to us for this News be Made in Different Style, for HELD, FARM, RANCH, LAWN. rl No party nor no man should obl- short message to the teachers of lYOU UUaTanieeU CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN igate to an incompetent or to any Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade our home county. you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. one not calculated to render We wish to put before the "PittSDureh Perfect" Brands of Barbed Wire: Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twisted If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write efficient public service and in the Cable Wire; Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 1913 Russell countyLteachers the work Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire clamor for official position such that is being done by the W. K. the land." Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Roofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Ties; "PittsTM--' Pittsburgh Steel Co. nominations may occur. The ex- S. N. S., apd we know no better burgh Perfect" Fencing. AU made of Open J. B. Walters, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth materiaL Claude Harmon Com. ercise of franchise should be to way than tolplace some facts in its. ? llli5Si3P Emma Luttrell, the best interest of the public, the News. and any provision to the contrary Smith's Chapel. We are glad to say that Ruscan not be healthy. Freedom of sell county has a larger delegafriends and relatives in this ray also has a nice bunch for the the voter is absolutely essential tion in the normal than ever beof this communitp neighborhood last Saturday and The health Spring market. to correct political evils that fore, but it is not as large as it is very good at present. Sunday. Mr. Champ Butler, of the Mt. come through misguided party should be. It is with the hope busy getting Farmers are Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hutchison Pleasant neighborhood, was action or policy, and the provis- of arousing more interest among ready to plant corn. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willis through here last week, buying ion herein referred to forces evour teachers, and bringing them Mrs. Nory Smith and children Hutchison, of Cane valley, Sun- wheat. ery one to support the nominees to a place where they may and Mrs. Jannie Bennett, of Ves-te- r, day. or repudiate an agreement to Mrs. T. B. Hood was visiting .n5i-------igreat inspiration, that we visiting relatives at A large crowd of young people were which he becomes a party if her daughter at Disappoinment write this- letter. this place last week. in the primary. As we attended the Buchanan and Lyon several days last week. Messrs. We would call special attention Mr. Clay Bennett and wife, sale at Campbellsville last week, Henry Squires and Guss Dunsee it and believe it, no legisla to the work of the summer school spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. and all report a fine trade and a bar, of Neatsburg, were here aftive power has the right to prebeginning June 16, 1913. It is Loyd Watson. joyful time. vent any man from giving the ter cattle last week. destined to be the greatest term Josh Montgomery, wife Mr. best service possible for him to Mr. John Will Cundiff sold one Mr. John N. Squires, one of in the'history of the institution. give through the ballot, and befly- hog to Mr. Shelby Vanhoy for. and children, of Ozark, were It will be six weeks of rest, rec- visiting Mrs. Pollie Corbin Sat- our best young men made a oth- $16. lieving as we do, feel that many This celebrated stallion will make the ing trip to Campbellsville and reation and valuable instruction ' Ernest Cundiff sold one wagon season 0f 1913 at Will Johnson's barn, urday night and Sunday. will hold to the same view in a er points last Friday and to the tired teacher. Aside from load of corn to Finis Cundiff for 4 mIes soum 0f Columbia and 1 miles 's construction of the clause that The singing at Mr. Tom 18. the regular course of study there West of Gadberry on Pettitts Fork creek, evidently strikes a serious blow Saturday night was enjoy Mr. and Mrs. Chat Dohoney, ' will be a number of important Mr. and Mrs, P. V. Cundiff, of and will serve mares at $6.00 to insure at independent voting and tends lectures given by the most dis- - ed very much visiting the Camp Knox, Green county, pass- a living colt. He has proven to be a of Milltown, were to solidify party organizaed through this place last Friday, good breeder. tingutehed orators of the coun- - Mr. and Mrs. Givens gave the latter's mother last Sunday. tion at the detriment of public JOE is a dark bay, 6 hands high, young folks a party Saturday Messrs. Rollin and Billie Todd, enroute to Mt. Pleasant, to visit try. the latter's mother, Mrs. Nellie heavy built, good style, has the best of good. Then the clause that There are to be three Shakes-peria- n night. AU reported a nice time. of Taylor county, were guests of Conover, Who has been quite sick. ' eyes, feet and legs, and in fact a pertect compels a voter to disclose his Mr. Evan Bennett and wife, George Todd last Saturday night plays given in the open is Cleve- Misses Montra and Lela Cun- - modeI in every respect. He a ipolitical affiliation, as we see it, Clay and Sunday. w Bay and lhe air. These alone will be sufficient spent Monday night at Mr. ' d diff were shopping in Cane is in open violation of the spirit to pay any one for the time and Bennett's. eppn. and auiet and easy handled tor t Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sublett, of i.ii.rrii ., , ley ias xuursuay. of the secret ballot and uncon- expense of attending the sumwomen to drive, so he needs no turtner Mr. Lucien Turner's little boy Romine, were visiting Mr. and Mr. Frank Karnes and a Miss , inlroduc,jon. stitutional. The broadest free- mer school. Also a number of burned, is getting along Mrs. Frank Shepherd last that was Neagle eloped to Tennessee last) Money due when colt is foaled. All dom possible ought to be given .. n lo nrvent acc;aents but not are to be employed in nicely. specialists mgnt, ana were mar-- 1 to independent voting and every ried. the various lines of work. We Mr. Clay Bennett's children responsible should any occur. Ernest Cundiff sold two stacks man ought to possess the legal are very anxious tnac a numDer We will also stand a good O year lagrippe and of hay to Sam Smith, and Bob Notice. as truly as the moral right to of Russell county teachers take are confined with old Jack at the same place on same conHood, for 36. colds. .cast his vote as he deems expe- advantage of this opportunity. dition as horse at the low fee of S5.00. Henry Allen Cundiff, of We heartily thank our customers This Jack is 14 hands high and has Larry Page and daughtMrs. Mrs. dient, to serve his country rath-re- r patronage. Itfow we kindly One of the greatest things the Roger Cane Valley, was visiting his for their owe us a note or an ac- proven himself a good breeder. er, were visiting Mrs. party, to disclose or conthan ask all who people of Russell county need, is grandparents, John R. Cundiff count to please call at Grady ville State Call and see our stock if interested. Page one day last week. ceal his political action as he at once and olige: more enthusiasm, and there is Johnson Bros. and wife, the latter part of last bank and settle may desire. The primary law Yours truly, no place where it can be found Russell Creek (terns. week. Keltner Bros. needs revision downward and Waited: A boy to work his way great an abundance and at in so Adv. Miss Bessie Emma Smith was Apply at through Lindsey-Wilsoseveral articles put on the free so small a cost as at the jNeuson ec moss. once. Foxes Wanted. Polk greens and onions are the visiting friends and relatives in list. Ad. W. K. S. N. S. The chapel order of the day in this part of Columbia last week. occupied by great The two lions, not the lion and hours are the country. Mr. A.. B. Cox was enjoying Grey Foxes 82.50, Eed Foxes S5.00; Peafowls Wanted. all parts of the speakers from Minks S6.00 to S8.00 each; Coons S1.25, lamb, have met and agreed to be Most every family in this sec- Sand Lick water last week. State and the faculty of the and express. Send name of your ex- $1.50 to $2.00 each good. Secretary Bryan and tion are afflicted with colds. Mr. Luther Murray, one of our press office in first letter. school, which is headed by the W. T. Hodgen. Speaker JIark buried the hatch- most enthusiastic educator in the Misses Ada and Mary Feese. best hog raisers, sold one hog W. T. Hodgen, . Campbellsville. Ky. Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. were visiting last week for $27.65. Mr. Mur Ad. et and handle and love reigns. State. Cane Valley, It comes Then in conclusion we will say, "Let each and every teacher of Russell county get his soul filled with inspiration, and though he is not actively engaged in tjie profession thib year, let him breathe forth a prayer for those who are, that the children of our own country be trained in such way that when they reach the age of manhood and womanhood, it may be said of our great and glorious commonwealth, that she has at least one county whose citizens are true and patriotic in every respect, and whose children are receiving an education that is unequalled by any in all Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence PJ r,.of Vi OP NOTICE re-ei- ve w he-vot- es - JOE ! Cor-bin- I 1 ! Val-!lan- he t f ! ! fc n. ( U.r- - Jfc THESADAIR COUNTY NEWS Mrs. J. J. Booker, Miami, visited Attention of the people of Russell Mrs. TTavfiM-- . "Davis nnn Aav lacr. wool county is called to the statement of . mu w.w m.vj aw v w.. mj w vw Mr. and Mrs. Tim Cravens returned the Bank of Russell Springs which apfrom Tompkinsville last Friday after- pears on the first page of this paper. This bank has steadily grown and tonoon. day is a paying institution. The PresiMr. C. B. Rine and Mr. W. W. Ed- dent, Mr. S. Wilson, and Cashier, Mr. wards, Campbellsville, were here a few Robert Ingram, are careful business days ago. men, hence the deposits continue to 'Mr. Geo. W. Thomas, who has many increase and perfect satisfaction prefriends in Columbia, was here for a few vails. - I w v5 ROYAL Baking Powder is the greatest of modern-tim- e helps to perfect cake and biscuit making. Makes days recently. home baking pleasant and profitable. It renders the food more digestible and guarantees it safe from alum and all adulterants. ANNOUNCEMENTS . Miss Maynie Moran, of near ColumMessrs. Richard B. Dillon and J as. bia, left for Cincinnati last week to S. Breeding were here Friday to wit- accept a position in a dry goods store, ness the game. of that city. Mr. Paul Chandler, who has been in For Sale school at Bowling Green, returned to Columbia last Friday. IN THE HEART ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY For County Judge. We are authorized to announce that TANNER OTTLEY is a candiCOUNTY SUPERINTENDENT date for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the expression of We are authoized to announce Democrats at the August primary, PROF. TOBIAS IIUFFAKER a can1913. didate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Adair county, at the NoWe are authorized to announce .Dr. vember election. N. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a We are candidate for Judge of the1 Adair candidacyauthorized to announce the County Court, subject to the Demo- ty School of J. V.DUDLEY for Councratic voters who will express their the action Superintendent, subject to of the Democratic voters choice at the August primary. at the August primary. We are authorized to . announce J. We are authorized to announce ELI TUPMAN a candidate for Judge of STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate Adair county court, subject to the Democratic nomination foi will of the Democratic voters of Adair for the School Superintendent sub County county, at the August primary. ject to the oction of the August pr W. authorized to announce JAMES W. VAUGIIAN a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August primary. We are mary. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY FOR SENATOR. are authorized to announce GORDON MONTGOMERY a candiWe are authorized to announce E. date for County Attorney,, subject to M. COX, of Albany, a candidate lor tha action of the Democratic voters Senator in this the lGth Senatorial of Adair, expressed at the August district subject to the action of' the primary. Republican party in the August primary. We authorized to announce R. L. CAMPBELL a candidate for County FOR ASSESSOR. Attorney of Adair, subject to the action of the Democratic voters at the August primary. We are authorized to announce R. A WAGGENER a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Assessor FOR SHERIFF. of Adair county subject to tne action We are authorized to announce of the August primary. JOHN M. WOLFORD a candidate for We are authorized to announce Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the action of the Progressive Republican JAKE CHELF a candidate for AssessAdair county, subject to the acparty, expressed at the August prima- or ofof tion the Democratic voters of said ry. A urtnrf ! AiinHr AvrirooeoI o4We ""v ' F - Vi "ueu" Hil I ' We are authorized to announce S. H MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, of Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of said county, expressed at the August primary, 1913 We are authorized to announce G. A. BRADSHAW a candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of Adair count', expressed at the August primary. House and lot in front o f Lindsey-Wilso- n Mrs. S. L. Kinnaird, of Red Lick, is Campus. An excellent opporspending a few weeks with her daughttunity for a family with children to er, Mrs. James Menzies. put in school, address, Mr. C. R. Cabell, of near Greens-burg- , Prof. P. D. Neilson, was in Columbia last Saturday, Columbia, Ky. the first visitin two years. f Mr. Rollin Hurt and Mr. L. C. Win Be at Lindsey-Wilso- n frey, of this bar, were in the Taylor grounds next circuit court the latter part of last Saturday afternoon. The St. Marys and Lindsey-Wilso- n week. clubs meet. Usual admission price. Mr. Lilburn Phelps who was on a business trip to Louisville and .other For Rent. points, returned to Columbia Thursday. 50 acres good bottom and limestone Master Thomas L. Menzies, son of Dr. James Menzies, has been spending land in J mile of Columbia. G. W. Dillon. a few weeks at his grandpa's, Mr. S. Ad. L. Kinnaird, of Red Lick. For Sale. Rev. I. W. Bruner, District Superintendent of The Children's Home, Farms in Taylor and adjoining counLouisville, was here last week, soliciting aid for the institution. ties. Also nice residence property in See the N. W. Miller Mrs. Ed Shirley, of Metcalf county, Campbellsville. Real Estate Agency before buying. is spending a few weeks in Columbia. She has an afflicted son, who will be Office in the Wood Bldg. f Campbellsville, Ky. treated by Dr. Menzies whiie here. Ad. Mr, Buford Montgomery has returned from Bowling Green where he has How to Collect Accounts. been in school. He is a photographer, and will resume work in Adair county. We collect notes and accounts and Mr. J. E. Gowdy, Dr. E. L. Gowdy look after claims anywhere in the and Mr Henry Parrott, Campbellsville, United States and make no charges were here last Thursday. Mr. Gowdy is a stave dealer and has quite an in- unless we collect. Ad. May's Collection Agency, terest in Adair county. Somerset, Ky. Mss. O. A. Bailey, daughter, Miss Gladys, two sons, Allen and Charles, of I keep on hands a full stock of Pensacola, Fla.,"are visiting Mrs. L. W. Atkins and daughter, Miss Mabel, collins and caskets, also robes; and Mrs. W. E. Todd, near Columbia. hearses. Prompt service night or day. Mrs. Bailey is a sister of Mrs. Atkins Phone 29. and Mrs. Todd. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Ad. Columbia, Ky. Mrs- - Victoria Garuett, who has been confined to her room for several Brick for Sale. months, improves but little, and at this time is in a critical condition, but not in immediate danger and possibly We have a kiln of brick for sale. SI may regain her health. per hundred for hard brick, soft Mr. J. II. Ritchey and his daughter, brick. 70 cents per hundred. Call or phone. Miss Aline, arrived ab the home of 24-Blair & Gride'r. Mr. John Lee Walker, from Burkes- ville last Friday at noon. In the afObituary. ternoon Mr. Ritchey left on a business trip for Greensburg and Loretto. t-- Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modern Hotel Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, you'H 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 Rooms with hot and 1 00 cold running water and private X.UU toilet, per day last Private Bath, per day Elegantly Furnished Rooms with 1 Cft i,JU $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Large Sample Rooms with Private Bath, per day .S2.50 The Cafe is in charge of Experts and the cnisine and service is unexcelled. Our prices are most moderate. European service, 30p but choice of club breakfast, each uuv' person Table d'hote luncheon from 12:00 to Cftp JW. 2:00 p. m., per person Table d'dote dinner, from 6:00 to CI ftft vj..vi 8:00 p. to., per person p. m. to 1:00 a. m. Rathskeller open from 4:00 Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City Reservations should be made whenever possible. ROBT. B. JONES. Manager. GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Mrt. Honk Patten, Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotel ASLjrr (open May 12, 1913), Atlanta, Ga., under same management and ownership. A 19-t- Herman C Tafel 236 W. Jefferson, St. W H Jc P n Bflr " huh" miii"!' iiBBl1i J Louisville, Ky. AH Things Electrical Write for Wireless TelesraphJ Pamphlet i Telegraph Instrm Telophone Medical t Electric Light i We laid Jiim to rest in the old Union grave yard. He leaves a wife and threp children, a mothr, er, l)ve sisters and three brothers to mourn their step-fathe- i loss. Pickett. 5t We are authorized to announce A. A MILLER a candidate for Sheriir of We are authorized to announce .1. D. Adair count', subject to the Demo- EUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, a cratic primary to be held in August. candidate for Assessor, subject to the We are authorized to announce Democratic voters at the August priBURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier, a mary. candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for bheriir 01 Adair County, subWe are authorized to announce ject to the August primary. ERNEST CUXDIFF a candidate for Assessor of Adaircounty, subject to FOR COUNTY CLERK. the action of the Progressive Republican party, expressed at the August We are authorized t o announce WALKER BRYANT a candidate for primar'. County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of Adair county, expressed at the August Roughs primary. Cornelius W. Phelps was born Oct. 10, 1880, died April 10, 1913. Cornie, as we called bim, was al ways such a good boy; always LOUISVILLE MARKETS loved by his schoolmates and still lived the life that every body spoke well of him. He wrote to Live Stock me a few days before his death Latest Quotations on that he had lots of friends, and HOGS if he had an enemy he did not Choice 210 up 8.75 know it. He spoke of having an Mediums, 165 to 210. 7.65 Pigs 6.50 operation performed on his neck; Additional Locals. j ; ! ( Y. GABBERT a candidate for County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject Mr. W. P. Nunnally was heae last to the action of the Progressive Re- week. publicans of said county. Mr. G. A. Dunhar, Knilley, was here Thursday. Jailer. Charley Williams was herefrom Eunice Friday. To the Democrats of Adair County, Mr. Peter Bardin, Greensburg, was I hereby announce my caudidacy for here last Friday. Jailer of Adair County subject to the Mr. J. D. Irvin, Creelsboro. was action of Democrats in the August primary. If nominated, I will use all here last Saturday. honorable means in my power to adMr. Ezra Moore was in Columbia a vance the interest of my associates and if elected will discharge the day or two last week. duties of the ollice impartially, I ask Mr. Sbrong Hill, the hardware man, your support. Yours truly S. G. Denny. was here last Friday. Veare authorized to announce L. Personal 7.00 GRAIN Wheat. Corn. .. 105 80 CATTLE steer Beef steers Fat heifers and cows Cutters Shipping Canners Bulls Feeders .' $7.008.50 5.506.50 ,. . . .... 2.00S.OO y.004.00 4256. 00 Stockers Choice milch cows Common to fair cows 3.254.00 4.255.75 . .. 3.755.50 35.00-45.00 ... 15.00-35.- 00 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs 5.00 6.00 Culls Mr. John D. Lowe spent a few days We are authorized to announce J. Z. Fatsheep PICKETT a candidate for Jailer of of last week in Nashville. Local Market. Mr. L O. Phelps, Jamestown was in Adair county, subject to the action of the voters of the Progressive Republi- Columbia last Thursday. . can party, expressed at the August Mr. J. S. Morris, Hardyville, was in primary. bhis place a few davs ago. Eggs Mr. R, L. Marshall made his regular We are authorized to announce LUHens THER BELL a candidate for Jailer, brip to Columbia last week. Chickens" subject to the action of the DemocratM r. Ewing Stulbs spenb last week ic voters of Adair county ab the August Cocks primary. with his home people here. Turkeys Mr. C. S. Harris and Mr. W. H. Gill We are authorized bo announce were in Louisville last week. Geese Oliver Willis a candidate for the Ducks Mr. W. C. Butler, Louisville was Democratic nomination for Jailer of Adair County, subject to the action here Thursday for a few hours. Wool spring clipping: of the Democrats of this county in the Hides (green) Mr. J S. Breeding spent several days August primary. of last week in Taylor county. Feathers "We are authorized to announce JO Mr. J. B. Drye, who is traveling Ginseng Z. CONOVER a candidate for Jailer salesman, was here a few days ago. Beeswax of Adair county subject to the action of the Progressive party in the AuMr. "Veston Holt, Jamestown, spent Yellow Root gust primary. a few days of last week in Columbia. May Apple (per lb) To-da- y. , 3.005.00 3.00-4.00 12 12 12 4 11 7 8 y 21 10 45 5 50 ' 25 3 25 2 he underwent the operation April 9, 1913, and died April 10, 1913, at Somerset Sanitarium. In running over some of his letters I found one of his recitations that he had written while he was in school when Mr. U. Hatfield was teaching at Union. The subject was "Education and Kindness." He was then about He was 12 or 13 years of age. always kind and good to mother, and wrote to me often, and- just a few days before his death he wrote to me that he would be operated on at Somerset. Said, "Mama if Inever write you again don't be uneasy about me, for I have a home in the eternal heavens made without hands." I am so thankful he wrote me those words, they are so precious to me. "Hr never did give me any trouble; he would never touch a drop of strong drinks. Cornie is gone, we will never see him again on earth, but we can go to him, let us live the life that we can meet our loved ones in that bright home where we will never say farewell. - There is some sickness in this section at present. Mr. Jim B. Yates, of Cave City was here last week. Mrs. Felix Pickett, who has been sick for some time is some better. Mrs. Geo. W. Pickett, who has been in bad health for several years is getting along very well at present. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boss Pickett's, died a short time ago in Illinois, with croup. .. Hogs are scarce in this part of the country at present. The wheat crop is looking fine in this section. Mr. Simon Finn, who is attend-school That grievous wrongs have beec committed in our elections for a number of years no honest man. can deny. The people of Monroe county taken as a whole are honest and want to see certain evils removed. We have not had a primary for the past fifteen years which has not been condemned for its corruption. Political ringsters and bosses are responsible for the shameful party conditions now existing, and these conditions will continue to exist until the people, who want to see fair elections 'and clean politics, turn their backs upon a party that will suffer itself led and looted by a handful of unscrupulous politicians. The work of political bosses was rebuked last fall in the na tional election, when the nation declared itself against the work ers of political corruption by an at Bowling Green, is ting along nicely. get- W. C. Rodgers sold one mule to Allen Parson, price $125. Bob Geo'. Pickett bought one mule from Allen Parson, price $150. Pickett bought a sow and pigs from W. G. Pickett for $16. The Sunday School at Pickett's Chapel is moving along nicely. G. W. Whitlock overwhelming majority and split the Republican party before it would be forced to support a fraud unparalleled in the history of American politics. No man is party bound to support a fraud. It has always fallen to the lot men who love the truth and honest gouernment to right political wrongs. This class of people have a duty to perform in our approaching election and we believe confidently they will do it. Tompkinsville News. John A. Hobson, and family, Greensburg, Ky., will pa will move to Campbellsville in a short time where Geo. will go on the road as a drummer, for A. Waking & Co., of Louisville. IMPORTANT. you best prices for your hogs, sheep or cattle. Write or phone him. Jd. m There is much importance attached to the election of the next set of county officials. It will not be so muchyf a political fight between right and wrong, or at jeast, we view it in this light. V. 'BT 60P I ef gjjMii ONE px 3Sa rapes, Prevents N cock's throat cures a few drinking waterdrops in the BOURBON POULTRY TURE SffiE? rcWck &ea35 Om PP"le makes 12 gallons Bourbon Remedy Co. diarrhoea. of medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on Dfc eases of Fowls" sent FREE. ieisgtaij. THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS How to be Certain of Prejudice is a hard thing to overcome, but where health is at stake and the opinion of thousands of reliable people Jitters from yours, prejudice then becomes your menace you ought to lay it aside. This is and in the intersaid est of people suffering from chronic constipation, and it is worthy of their attention. In the opinion of legions of reliable American people the most stubborn constipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of it hefore, but do not doubt its on that account, or because it hasmeritsbeen not blatantly advertised. It has sold very successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to their children today who were given by their parents, and it has been truth-it fully said that more druggists use it personally in their families than any other laxative. non-gripi- KENTUCKY HAVING $roMCy3$sa( WEEKLY Curing Constipation Letters recently received from M. E. Myers, Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Hammersmith, US "W. Chestnut St., Louisville, Ky., are but a few of thousands showing the esteem in which Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is mild, gentle, not violent, like salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so. that in time nature again does Its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel specific. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the homo free of charge by simply addressing Dr. "W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. J had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My aoctor could not help me, out was completely cured Dy BRISK AWAKENING Everywhere Are in State Things COURIER -J- OURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Democratic m politics. It prints all the news without fearor favor. The regular price is Si. 00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL Happening. DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. i J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 AT ALL 111. 50c AND DRUGGISTS. NEW SCHOOLS BEING BUILT. As Is a National Newspaper, Fast as Laws Are Passed For the Betterment of Rural Schools Counties Take Advantage of Them Secure Services of Experts and Select Teach-er- s More Carefully. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY The Daily Louisville . Times News And The Adair County Is the best afternoon daily paper publish ed in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting: Wood-ro- w Wilson for the The campaign is on and if vou want, to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for 84.50 per year Come to the office or mail in There never was a time in the history of the old commonwealth when its future looked as hright as it does in this year of 1913. No matter where one goes in the length and breadth of the state one hears schools being discussed. Many new buildings are being erected in the place of those which have so long been a disgrace to the communities that have permitted them to exist. Plans are being discussed in many localities for larger grounds and better equipment. The teachers are being more carefully selected than in the past, and there is a general feeling that school problems should be fairly met and solved. This feeling has resulted In marked activity in educational matters in all sections of the state The county authorities have taken advantage of the new educational laws without delay. The last legislature passed a law allowing county boards of education to provide supervisors to oversee the work done in the schools. At once over forty counties took advantage of the new law, and secured the services of one or more experts to assist the county superintendent in this supervision work. Daviess county decided to try a rather unique plan of supervision, which seems to have worked admirably during the school year that has just closed. Instead of striving to reach the 103 small schools scattered over a large county that is often cut to pieces by swollen streams that flow through flat bottom lands the board of education decided to have fifteen supervisors. AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS For ftj.50 i Special Attnetin to Eye Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 an well fixed to take care of stock. Mor ey due when work is done or stool' removed from stables. , LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES you will give or send your order to this RESIDENCE paper not to the- - Courier-Journa- l. ON BURK5YILLE STREET. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 A Joseph H. Stone, Attoney-AMaw Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr $200 S Will practice in this and adjoining counties. We can give you a ivtte on Daily or combination cut Jamstown, : Kentucky Sunday if you will write this paper. Why The Adair County News and Weekly Cour-- Not These supervisors were all teachers of strong personality and wide experi- - ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Read The 0. S .G. HARDWiCS, H"" Prcs J. H. C0CKF, 51 BI V Pres.'. lH R. B. D1ETZMA.N. Sec your subscription. SUPEHVISOlt'S SCHOOL. cerI w. J i. ryne mm & aoppiy to. Courier ESTABLISHED 5 B y 1. !86l INCORPORATED 1880 MILxLiMRIGHTS DEALERS IN $ AlACHlNlSTS SAW MLlg. Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Specia AH ence. All of them held first class ENGINES. EOILEFS, 1301 N. Pesrons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers in the Mail, for Parties who Owe More than one Year We Will Strike From, our list Several Hundred Next Week underneath the part on which the hooks are , sown. When In Ironing garments on which ironed on the folds of the towel there are hooks and eyes, care the hooks will come out as good r should be taken not to press the as new. hooks together so that they have Wanted The public to know we to be pried open in order to use are in the market as purchasers of h"s. again. The best way to prevent ClinrSraith & Co. this is .to place a folded towel i 22-Ad Hooks and Eyes. cai-tlea4t tificates and had had normal training. Of course there wa not enough supervision over 10r .schools to keep fifteen supervisor busy, ,o each of them taught his or her own little school out in the county. If the super visor had taught from .Monday through Friday there would have been no time for visiting the other six schools in his group The plan outlined for this school year has been for the supervising teacher to hold school from Tuesday through Saturday, thus leaving Monday open for visiting the other schools By visiting three schools each Mon day the supervising teacher would be able to reach all six schools once ev ery fwo weeks. This makes it possible for the county superintendent to have a report from an expert from every portion of the county twice a month. With the supervisor handling a smal' group, bad roads cannot make the work impossible There is also the added advantage that at the opening 'of the school year, when many young and rather inexperienced teachers aie in great need of help, the supervisor i; close at hand to give the required as sistance Close and constant supervision is the price of success in any business and our badly scattered rural schools are no exception. We have not got the returns from our expendituie of money on our rural schools because there was no supervision to learn where the leaks were and how they might be stopped or repaired. Money ami money in any amount needed will come as soon as sion makes the public know suits will be obtained. Our have been taught in any fashion that suited the individual that was In the neighborhood "keepin' school." Naturally the children did not know what was the matter when they failed to make suitable progress; neither did their parents. Every one knew that the interest of both the- children and their parents flagged. They also knew that many of the older children dropped out of school because they were thoroughly dissatisfied. Reports from county superintendents all er the state show that there is a new spirit both In the teaching force and among tlte children under this new influence of supervision. It is a simple proposition. It is that both teachers and children are becoming conscious of definite work that is being done in a thoroughly systematic manner. -- GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS TttlRTeeNTft-MftlLOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS, heet Iron and TanK WorK Editor. We Can Purnish You The Adair County News andjGfhe m 'ii J9r 'sSS'JBHP999 vin m JOBBING WORK SOLICITED - ?' mi m I Weekly Courier-Journal AH Kinc of Machinery ktpaircl The Adair County Newsg and Daily Courier-Journal Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give libera) combination rate with Daily Courier-Journ- al Craycraft. singing at'Concord last Sunday or Sunday Courier Journal. night. Misses FlossieHCaHioun, Love Mrs. Nancy Hughes is very and Stella Richard have entered sick at this writing. school at L. W. T. S. Write Com- - Miss Flossie Calhoun and Messrs. James and Dudley Hays, have returned home from Berea; Ky. , where they .have been in school during the winter. On the 27th day of March Mr Nathan Bryant celebrated h is Substituting tinware for silver21st birthday, A'i peasons being present to partake of a very ware in the senate restaurant to beat the souvenir hunters is an sumptuous dinner. Mrs. Nannie B. Powell I pany, Louisville, Ky., for 'free sample copy of edition Tom Redman, who has been in vnn rlpsirA. hnt. hp znre tn tbe Asylum at Lakeland, Ky . is send your subscription ordej at home now. 'I ito thispauer NOT to the Miss Nannie Bailey has a case! Courier Journal. of measles this week ! the sick list. o-- Mrs. Polley and children have is on expressive commentary on the: disposition toward larceny that is cloaked under the name of n -- , ,- - just returned from a very pleasant vidit with relatives in Russell Wanted: county. There was a very interesting through once. "souvenir litti'u'." A ' "' II I :1 loy to work his. waj Xei!son & Mos?. Liudsev-Wilso- u. Appy at Ad. made b'ltiuyi l.uiM- itif- - frice 5. CIS. tj '- rl-'V- tC .'5?7r-- v -; -. -- i v au win '- o. x:ar sir".??' 5j. ; -a M THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS mitted to each man as a trust to be discharged always for the common welfare and the higher purpose. A ballot is to be used for the benefit of mankind and -- i -- i Aru's A cook Wisdom. FRUITS COULD BE being annoyed by the depredations of ants, put a pie on the pantry shelf surrounded it with a thick circle of molasses and awaited developments. They came in the shape of fully 500 red ants, led by an ant larger than any other. When he came to the molasses he halced and held a consultation with a small detachment from the main army Each one selected a place where the stream of molasses was narrowest the leader made . ... a tour ot inspection, and then all the ants made their way to a hole in the wall where the plas tering was loose Etch ant took a tiny piece of plaster, and to and fro they went inr two hours until they; had thro 'Mi a bridge across. Then they formed a line, marched over, and scon every member of the army was contentedly eating pie. St. Paul Pioneer Press. l Cardui Cured Me" M- THE KENT0CKYBR0WN - For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jin!:s of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so many, and I bean to take it, and it cured me. Cardui saved my lifel Now, I can do anything." not for the anvantage of Look to Your Plumbing. You know what happens in a house in which the plumbingis in poor conditioneverybody in the house is liable to contract typhoid or some other fever. The digestive organs perform the same functions in thehuman body as the plumbing does for the house, and they should be kept in LOUISVILLE $17,000,000 Spent Outside State Each Year. SHOULD GROW THEM HERE. TIMES FOR 1913 The Tonic If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, or suffer from any of the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, feeimgs, pains in arm, side, hip backache, dragging-dow-n or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic Prepared from perfectly harness, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effec- ts. Ask your druggist. He sells and recommends Cardui. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dcpt. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions, and book. "Horae Treatment for Women," tent tree. J 64 6i-pa- ce condition all the time If have any trouble with your digestion take Chamberlain's Tablets and you are certain to get quick relief. For sae by Paul! Drug Co. Ad first-clas- s you Schools Are Striving to Help Solve Problems That Will Confront Our Children Useless to Talk to Older Farmers Boys' Corn Clubs Point Way to Success. I BRIGHTER, BETTER, BGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF Value of Good Roads. I Summarizing in a paragraph some of the advantages of good roads, a set of resolutions adopted by an Illinoise Good Roads Association says: "Improved roads mean better schools and apple trees of bearing age in Ken- THE LOUISVILLE tucky at the present writing. Our crop troni tnese tree is some-- ; annual thing like r.,000.000 bushel of in-- j ferior quality. "We spend $17,000,000 IS A for fruits of all kinds that could he grown in Kentucky. It is useless to talk to nianj of the yoiIR older fanners, for they win tell you: F VOU WLL OOO It is estimated that there are 9.000.- - TIMES $5.00 YEAR. WEb W) FiWTffi pov aWKHBHBBBSaBma ?gvas BIbmI TO US, YOU CAN GET 1 The Daily Louisville Herald. Enjoys the largest circulation in Kentucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports as well as general news, The Herald's special features make it pre-emine- nt larger attendance, better health and quicker .transportation, bet- Jter farms and more cultivated land, better crops and cheaper transportation, better economic conditions and more producers, better social conditions and less isolation, better attendance and better citizens, better postal service and closer friends, better business and more consumers, better industries and more employment, a better State and a better nation." These are all things nuite worth while. Good roads cost money, but the returns compensate for the expenditure. Bruises and Sores The quickest and surest cure for burns, bruises, boils, sores, inflama-tio- n and all skin diseases is Bucklen's Arnica Salve. In four days it cured L H. Haflin, of Iredell, Texas, of a sore on his ankle which pained him so he could hardly walk. Should be in every house. Only 25c. Kecommend-e- d by Paull Drug Co. Ad r HE 1 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND Coughs and Consumption Coughs and colds, when neglected, :ilw;i& lead to seriousjtrouble of the' lungs. The wisest thing uo when you have a cold that,troubles jou is to get a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery . You will tret relief from the first dose, and finally the cough will disappear. O. II. Brown, of Muscadine. Ala., writes: "My wife was down in bed with an obstinate cough, and I honestly believe had itt not been for Dr. King's New Discovery, y " she would not be living known for fo'ty-thre- e years as the best, remedy for coughs and colds. Price 50c and SI. Recommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad. to-da- THE L0U1SVILEE TIMES BOOT GRAFTING. BOTH ONE YEAR f orBurns, Pointed paragraphs. among Louisville newspapers. attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in The Herald entitled Special One way to save money is to run when you see a friend coming. In times of peace a lot of otherwise sensible people prepare to get married. A fool woman tries to drive a man with a club. A wise one leads him by a hair. ON BOARD THE GOOD SHIP EARTH re- Preparing Apples. Before peeling apples for pies it is a good plan to place them in the oven for a few minutes, as this facilitates the removal of the skin. Hot water should first be poured over them. They should then be drained and plac ed on the top shelf of the oven for a few minutes, the door be ing left ajar. At the end of this time the apples should be removed and the skin lightly pared off with a sharp knife, when there will be much less waste than if they were peeled in the ordinary manner. Back numbers of these articles free on quest to all who subscribe now. Nothing pleases some folks more than to be the first to ped die a piece of unsavory gossip. You can t fool all the , . peope ' i THE DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Both by Mail for One Year for the time, but if VOU can fool half the people half the time' y you will soon break into the rich class. all Of pre-ato- i "Oh, yes; when I was a hoy you could raise all the fruit you wanted to. But now waal. I reckon it's jus' run out." It must he the new generation with which we deal if we are to save this annual expenditure of $17,000,000 some time in the future. We cannot go out to every farmhouse in the state and have a chat with the farmer and his boys and girls, so we must find a way to teach them easily and effectively. The Boys' Corn clubs point the way to success. They have been made possible by the of teachers everywhere in the country, and the same is possible in fruit culture. At one of our normal schools numbers of the young people who are training for teachers are getting ready for this new crusade. Almost any afternoon this spring in the basement of one of the big buildings, tables littered with roots of young apple trees, twigs from standard varieties, thread, wired tags aud knives might have been seen. As rapidly as deft fingers cut roots and twigs to fit smis. they were wound with thread and placed in small bundles. These bundles of ten. fiftiny trees were then teen or twentj-fiv- e sent to the country by parcel post. These trees were to he planted in the horae par(ions of the pupil teachers and carefully cultivated for a year before being set out permanently, That the interest in this real vital work of education is growinir is shown by the fact that the number of trees - FOR ONLY $4.50. print- THE LOUISVILLE TIMES tie best afternoon paper er1 anywhere. Has the best corps of correal oondents. Covers the Kentucky field per. fectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest mar kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics bu' fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP-T10- ! RIGHT AWAY Ai Squeaky Boots. Splendid Clubbing Bargain A Wo Offer 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 SUBSCRIBE NOW. Take Your Citizenship Seriously. At this especial time the folh lowing from the Richmond might aid i n arousing some of our citizens to grave importance of citizenship. It ought to be read in every precinct i n every State i n the Union and posted up on every schoolhouse and in every counting room and factory of the land. Here i tis: "There is nothing more important than that we should take our citizenship seriously. Some peo pje take it as a joke, some as a game, some as a selfish purpose and some as a chance to. help Times-Dispatc- iianAiiinr. new UWOU HI&IUUUJ Ul 1CUUCI11IK boots impervious to damp is that of varnishing the souls. Three or four coatings should be applied in succession, while the whole surface of the leather composing the uppers, should be rubbed over with a cut lemon,' the lat ter precaution insuring a good man who has a high idea of life, polish at the outset, always "vho makes it brave and service- somewhat of a difficulty where able, has a right to be called a new footgear is concerned. citizen and no other should be enSome times it does not pay to rolled upon the roll of honor. A emulate great men of the past. citizen is a man who honors his A Virginia youth, while trying a city, State and his Nation by liv- Benjamin Franklin experiment in flying a kite through an elecing right and doing good. Such trical storm, was instantly a one regards citizenship as corn- hQOt1 moi-l"irrtC5 friends to grind axes. No man is worthy of citizenship unless he regards it is a mission and uses it for the common good to free his fellowmen from every kind of servitude and oppression and make them their own levers to raise themselves to better things. Citizenship is a duty, and every Often when one has purchased a pair of boots, one doesn't know till they are home they creak However, the disagreeable ncise may be stopped by taking thm back to ihe sh jama'ccer ani askProper Care of Shoes. ing him to spring them on eaoii Shoes should be kept well oiled side and insert between the su.ea in damp weather, and if wet a teaspoonful of French chalk should be dried slowly, lest they This process costs only a trifl warp or shrink. The method of and and answers admirably occasionally rubbing over kid Drive Sick Headaches Away shoes with castor oil is adopted Sick headaches, sour gassy stomach. by some people. One of the disappear indigestion, biliousness i The Adair And County The Cincinnati WeeKIy Both One Enquirer Year For Only phj5 l , iMibscriptltm". may new or renewal What The Weekly Enquirer Is r .. quickly after you take Dr. King's ties or the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtainiNew Life Pills They purify the ng- the World's evvnts, and for that reason can blood and put new life and vigor in jrivc you all the leading news It carries a creat amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials the system. Try them and you will market reports. Its nuand reliable be well satisfied. Every pill helps: ev- TWENTY-FIVmerous departments make it a necessity to every JONATHANS KEADY TO SEND home, farm or business man. ery box guaranteed. Price 25c. Rec OUT. Tnis Brand offer i3 limited and wo advise yon to Ad mailed to the homes of the Students ommended by Paujl Drug Co tae advantace by subscribing for the above com- this spring will be about five times as blnation right now. Call or mail orders to, ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. srreat as it aco : , The quarantine against sheep in was iuauThe first year -zx Kentucky, which has been on ior two gurated 4,000 trees were grafted, last ft mh years and winch has year s.uuu ana tins year auout zu.uuuj f and ;$ '?! f' on ,their ,,ni1ss.ion education. " "'. caused much troubles to sheep raisers '!" i Jj jl S . . XA ', V 1 J '' ' llll bllCU WOlli. Ut'Uiy UU11U U.V teach-- ' and added largely to "the expense of ers here ana- tiere over the state sliinninir will be raised Mav 1st. accord- - children are sure to see a new vision " 3"d I' Kentucky as a fruit state. rue pre t ing to Dr. A. J. Payne,' United States of . .. two VA:.r.5- - I iti .. --olief.bafceot'i'tloholp. . . . titf- - 'I Inspector, following a meeting of the K E.A. IWttTINUAl 5 - ,n thft .linilnnrr :lir i... ...or H 0 STfe E5 ST U PJ r t Kentucky Live Stock Sanitary Board. if never there, you ought to go. r.EiiQ,u,3 & r If ever there, you'll want to go. preva-- , It was stated that the scabies Educational association lent among sheep in t)ie State during meeting, LouIsvI1ie; Aprl, 30, May l, 2. ' 33 the time the quarantine has been on and 3. The crowd will be large. Bet--1 C.E.JHatfield. Gnyaa, W. Ya. ter arrange to go now. Special rail- 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL ORl'GWr. had been entirely eradicated. 1 road rates. TvaSBE37r3C: SlAK?VMw -- - .. to-da- y. tl per year. snd it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklies of It has all the facili- It is issued every Thursday. Subscription price E - M,ea I r- s.:ir. one-hal- J fcj - f ; T x-- T d 'tJJTJ-1 i fi-i- r m-T- -V ,- tih'a ! irts NewLi SP m r J Vtf-v f J-- 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyvillc. , Simp-so- n ar Messrs Bridgewaters & were here the first of the eek, receiving hogs. Ballard Mills Grind the Best J. A. Diddle was at Greens-bur- g a day or so last week. The warmest weather of the season has been this week. Luther Bell, of Nell, was in our midst a day or so last week. Judge N. H. Moss, of Columbia, was here on business the 3rst of the week. Mrs. Blakey Dulin continues to,improve. Jl H. Moore spent a day or so at the bedside of his son in Cumberland county, who has been uery sick for several days. Wheat Employ the Best Men . s Noble Peacock NOBLE PEACOCK the best Stallion in Kentucky, will serve this season for the low price ot $10.00 to insure a living colt. NOBLE is 5 years old 15J hands high, is a beautiful bay with white hind feet, strictly sound and the best saddle horse I ever backed. He is showing the best lot of colts this spring I ever looked at. NOBLE is by Jordan Peacock 1148, the best breeder that was ever in Adair county, his colt shows at the Columbia Fairs is evidence of the fact. Noble's dam is by Artist Jewel, 2nd dam by Cromwell Denmrk 73, 3rd dam by Artist 75. There is rot a bet- ter oreascaiiion living than JNoble Peacock, and I will guarantee every good mare that is bred to Noble, to bring a high class colt with both ends up. J. W. Walker, of Columbia, has been assissting his brother, Nat. on their farm for the past week. Henry Keen sold a fine sow and pigs to Diddle & Parsons for $35,000. Have the Best Machinery For Sale By Make the Best Flour A. J. Bridgwaters & Co., of Edmonton, paid out here last For sale By week, over $2,000' for hogs. Our farmers are having a good amount would have been if they time. had all been collected, but take Mr. Silas Cain, one of our pro- it as it is, if there is any one else gressive farmers is about through can beat this, with the same num? planting corn. Mr. Cain is cer- ber of hens, in the same length tainly a good farmer and knows time, of any kind of fowls, we axactly when to strike. would like to hear from them Mrs. G. W. Pangburn has been through the columns of The on the sick list for the past few News. days. Dingo. Strong Hill and Ed Stone well kuown salesmen were here last week, shaking hands with our Prof. F. E. Webb delivered a lecture at this place last Monday merchants. Willie Wilson and wife of our night on the subject of Educatown started for the good old tion. As it was not generally State of Indiana, one day last known that Prof. Webb would week, with the view of making be here that night the audience was not so large as it might have it3 their future home. been, and so he has decided that Mr. Jacob Nelson, the well his subject is of enough imporknown stave and lumber man, of to Greensburg, was in our midst tance interest every one in the community, he has decided to Ifcst Friday. Mr. Nelson reports come agajn and thus will lecture .business very good in his section. at Independence school house on Mr. R. O. Keltner and wife Saturday night, April 26th, and were visiting in the Cool Spring trusts that every body will come neighborhood a day or so last out and hear him. week. FLOWERS & BECK, Columbia, Ky. HIGHWAY and JACK O'DIAIYIONDS My two fine Jacks will stand for $10.00 for mare mule3 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. JACK O'DIAMONDS was 2 years old last fall and isIa!good prospect. He was sired by G. Y. Thompson's 16 hand Jack, at Centre, Ky., for which Mr. Thompson has been offeredl$1200. Jack O'Diamond's dam was by Governor St. John a 16 handJMack.' 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.Q 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 64. 3rd dam, by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's 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 combinedlhorse of high class, and presents a magnificent appearance any where you place him. His future as a show horse 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 Ehvood and American Fence. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized MAKION. Marion is a blackJJack with white points, 6 years old, 15 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features of a first-clas- s Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. The above described stock will do service at my barn in Columbia, Ky. I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a dis tance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $8.00. In all cases money due and must be paid, when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from the .neighborhood. All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. Hindman, C. C. Hind-ma- n and R. W. Shirley have Seen attached to the outside world by telephone, in the last few days. They will find it a G. M. Dr. N. M. Hancock, candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Judge, was Interview ing voters in this section last Thusclay. Mose Wooten sold a nice bunch of hogs to J. W. Simpson, last week, at seven cents. Gladys Fay, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Campbell, has been real sick for the past ten days. This community was thoroughly shocked last Tuesday morning great convenience. Taylor Robinson the well known business man of the Red Liek section, was in our town last Monday and reports business very good in his section of ioun-ry- .. We can boast of one thing in this section and that is, having a lot of the finest mule colts in any part of the county. Some few have been engaged at $80.00 for Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 1 2-- 1 CO- - 16 Eaat liatket Street, Between First and Brook A. 5. CHEWMNG, Columbia, Ky. The Adair County New Both One Year for $1.50. Louisville, Ky. when the news went out that J. W. McClister was dead. Al- boy he had raised to him and be missed by his loving wife, but though he had been in bad health gave them instructions as to how by the entire community in September delivery. for over a year, he seemed to be he wished his worldly affairs set- which he has lived for the past W. S. Pickett, of the Cool improving, and thus n o one tled, then asking the men who ten years. And to the bereaved were around him to see to it that wife, brother, sister and friends, Spring community, was in our thought of his dying so soon. his instructions were carried we will say, Weep not for this midst one day last week, looking He had just completed a new after paint to finish his new and store building and was moving out asked them to meet him on departed loved one and friend. commodious dwelling. It is cer- his stock of goods to same Tues- the other side of Jordon and For this corruptable body must put on incorruption and this mortainly one of the best in that sec day morning, and had succeeded then told them all good bye. The burial took place at the tal immortality. And the evition of country. in getting practically everything dences left in dying moments Dr. Hancock, of Cane Valley, moved before the end came. He McClister Cemetery, near Gad- should sPur us on' for we too was in this section last week had worked until he became , tir- berry. Wednesday afternoon ' ahakisg hands with his friends. ed and went into his dwelling The entire community and many must cross the Silent River, and from other communi- no one can say when. Mr. W. C. Yates, of Portland, house for the purpose'of resting. friends out to pay the last was in our midst one day last He had beeh in the house for ties turned respects to the departed neighweek, and while in conversation several minutes when some of friend. And if ever a with him on the egg question, he the work hands noticed through bor and this old sinful world informed us that during the the window that something was man left enemy of some kind, month of March, they got 1489 wrong with him and summoned without an W. aggs from 50 hens of the Brown aid. He grew worse rapidly, and that man must have been J. Leghorn stock. Mr. and Mrs. was dead iD less than an hour McClister. For being of a jovial Made A New Man Of Him. "I was suffering from pain in my Yates have no children and we from the time he was stricken. disposition and strictly honest in stomach, head and back." writes H. T. 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