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There were which commenced to grow there, a seedling, acout thirty years ago. It is many flowers inches in circumferThe physicians of the town and now eighty-nin- e The End Came at Quincy, Illinois, county had the profoundest respect ence at the stump, two feet from the for Dr. Grady, and in testimony of eround. and its branches reach out April 22d, Very Unextheir high esteem, marched in a body many yards in every direction. It is pectedly. now a noble tree and bushels of walto the grave. sym- nuts grow on it, while its shade This town extends its deepest pathy to the devoted daughter, who affords a grateful retreat for biddy BORN AND REARED IN ADAIR COUNTY. came with the remains, and the son, and her flock during the hot summer who is in California, and all other rel- days, and its limbs a roosting place for the older birds. atives. I have very recently learned of annews of the death Dr. of J. H. The Birthday Dinner. other way in which it contributes to Grady, which occurred atQuincy, 111., her pleasure as well as her profit as an last Tuesday morning brought sorrow egg producer, a fact which may be to many hearts in this town, where he On last Saturday, April 19th, Mrs. known to others, but it was not to resided for many years, practicing his Nancy L. Hughes, of Craycraft, cele- me. Not until this spring did I learn profession. He was known to a large birthday anniversary what a bonanza had in this tree as majority of the grown people of brated her 66th I splendid dinner has never been an egg stimulator. Adair county, especially the heads of Such a surpassed in this part of the country. The walnuts of last falUwere left families, in whose homes he had pracThose present were: Mr. and Mrs. upon the ground as they fell, save a ticed, and the intelligence cf his deValentine, Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. A- few bushels, hulled, dried, and placed mise will be received with sorrow in lbert Blair, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blair away for family consumption (?) It all parts of the county. Clyde and Chelsea, did not occur to me to make provisHis death was sudden, though he and children, Pearl, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Blair and children, ion for biddy also by storing away a had been in declining health for some Paul, Earl and Cecil, Mr. S. I. Blair supply for her, but casually gathering time. The evening before his death Bay and Carl, Mr. a handf ull of the walnuts which had and two he ate a hearty supper, went to his Elijah children, Bryant and three children, been left upon the ground, and breakroom, telling his daughter that hefelt Alon-zing them I discovered that they were very much better. Some time before Misses Nannie and Pauline and Mrs. Effie Burress and baby, Ver- uninjured by the winter's freezes and day he passed away. His position in non, Mrs. L E. Polley and children, rains. The kernels seemed fresh and bed, his features, indicating that his Bascom, Buren and Nellie. well preserved. Whatever of protein passing was peaceful. Mrs. Hughes received many nice and the other elements of food were Dr. Grady was a high gentleman, gifts. It is the wish of the writer in them earlier in the season, were in and his individuality marked him as a may live to see many them still. man who had opinions, and upon all that Mrs. nughes I tasted them, and they more birthdays and entertain her still had the walnut taste very palquestions, political and social, they as pleasantly. atable to a lover of walnuts. While I were unreservedly expressed: and those friends Yours Truly, was making this examination and who could not atall times agree with Bascom Polle'. test, biddy stood by, apparently much honored and respected him for his him interested in what I was doing. She true manhood. The chances of losing A CARD. said not a word even by a cluck, but when puba friend did not deter him she watched me with an intensity of lic questions were being discussed and interest I could, not fail to observe, positions asked. He spoke his mind To the Voters of Adair County: and she said to me by her actions, if fearlessly and stood hitched when his not by words, "I opine they are all opinions were once expressed. As a candidate for County School right, suppose you divide with me." When the Civil war came he esThe appeal was not to be resisted. poused the cause of the South, entered Superintendent I have been asked to the Confederate army, serving under state my position to consolidated "All right, old lady," said I, "if that is your wish you shall share in the Morgan, and was a gallant soldier un- schools and county bonds. As a rule, I am opposed to consoli treat," and with that I commenced hostilities ceased. In death, lying til o, J. At the close of the services at the church the remains were conveyed to the city cemetery and laid to rest by .H GRADY. the side of his wife, the usual Masonic Walnuts as Egg Producers. Su Marys Wins. The last game of the season was played between St. Marys and Lind-sey- s Wilson here Saturday afternoon. Considering the fact that the home team had to work against strong, well trained college men, several of whom are Minor league players, they played well and gut up interesting game. Snyder and Payne composed the bat tery for St. Marys. One of the features of the game was the pitching of Snyder, who struck out thirteen men and allowed only three hits. The battery for Lindsey was Sullivan, Hancock and Wolford. Sullivan pitched good ball, bub having been sick for several days weakened in the sixth inning and was relieved by Hancock, who left a fine record to his credit, striking out nine of the twelve men up, and allowing not a man to reach first base. The final score stood 7- -2 in favor of St. Marys. A word of praise is due the Lindsey team of this season. It is one of the best the school has ever had and, for young players, has done most excellent work. The New Baptist Church an Honor School. Assured Fact. The building of the new church by the Columbia Baptist congregation is a certainty. The Building Committee notified the Sunday School last Sunday that active steps would be taken to prepare for the new building and that it would be necessary to find another place. The committee ap pointed for that purpose has secured and on next Sunday the Court-hous- e we trust all will be present. The Pres byterians and Christians have tendered the use of their churches which our pastor and the entire membership most heartily appreciate and, since we will be several months in the completing of our building, the decision has been reached to accept the generous offer of both, occupying the Christian church on our regular days for three or four months, then the remainder with our Presbyterian brethren. Prayer-meetin- g services will not beheld Wednesday night but arrangements will be made and announced next Sunday at the Christian church. Since writing the above the congregation has decided not to call off the prayer meeting, and it will be held each evening a t the court-housHour, the ringing of the bell. e. Virgie Hawkins. APRIL. First Grade. Second Grade. James Frankum, Mabel Rosenbaum. Third Grade. " Lay, Jesse Virginia Smith. Fourth Grade. Nallie Simms, Mary Shreve, " Frances Strange, Eva Walker. Fifth Grade. Creel Beck, Wallace Coffey, i 5 Allen Eubank, Lawrence Antle, Otho Miller, Nell Hancock, Corinne Breeding, Stella Antle, Martha Grissom, Parilee Helm. Seventh Grade. Bonnie Judd, Letitia Paull, Margaret Lovett, Eighth Grade. Creel Nell, Minnie Ingram, Callye Feese. m Surprise Dinner. On April 22 Ninth Grade. Rex Holladay, Clay Smith, Cecil Farris. Grace Conover, Kate Gill, Smith Gill, Mary Myers, m Mr. Luther Williams was greatly surprised when he returned for dinner to find so many guests, it being his 41st birthday. Eloped. his many would be practicable. I would favor momentsmy whole flock of Plymouth friends. it in any locality where it is practica- Rock wera around me scratching, and Before entering the army' he had ble, where it would work no special pecking out the meat to tiheir great How to Collect Accounts. begun the study of medicine under his hardship on any one, and where the edification. Even the old "setter" uncle, Dr. Samuel B. Field, and when decided majority of the patrons con- left the eggs which she had been the war closed he again took up the cerned desire it. But I am positively nursing and came clucking as happy We collect notes and accounts and study, and in a few years he graduated opposed to consolidating against the as a girl on her first automobile ride, look after claims anywhere in the from the Louisville University of wishes of a majority of the patrons in- to take part in the entertainment, appliances will be exhibited, and the and every cluck seemed to.be a thank clinics are to be conducted on a very Medicine. Returning from school, it terested. The rain, last Saturday, interfered United States and make no charges was only a short time until he was with the anniversary celebration of unless we collect. am against the county bond prop- you. I elaborte and unique plan. Many denThe next day I took my seat again tists from Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and in the United States Ad. married to, Miss Kate Saufley, of osition. May's Collection Agency, under the walnut, and without a call Tennesee will be in attendance. Den- which was billed to have been observwho walsister of the late Very Respectfully, Somerset, Ky. Judge Mike Saufley, who died a few the whole chicken family gathered tistry, unlike many professions, can- ed at Jamestown, the lodge in that Tobias Huffaker. years ago at Stanford. To this union about me. I cracked the walnuts for not be learned from books and maga- place, the one at Russell Springs, and Farmers have been quite busy for The time for spring cleaning has them, while they pecked and scratched two children were born, Dr. Clarence participating. zines, consequently it is obligatory for visiting the past two weeks, preparing corn Grady, who lives in California: and arrived. Besides beating carpets and and sang, and thus it has gone on the progressive man to attend these Quite a number of the brethren of Co- ground. The rains of the past few Mrs. S. A. McKay, at whose home sunning beds, the outhouses, . fencing from day to day in the spirit of a meetings. The Lexington, densists lumbia Lodge, No. 230, had arranged days have retarded work, but much and shade trees should have a good genuine reciprocity, walnuts for eggs promise many death came, Quincy Illinois. interesting social feat- to be present, but the weather kept truck will be ready to go in the ground Soon after marriage he located at coat of whitewash, and disinfectants and eggs for walnuts. ures, and, in fact, the entire program them at home. We understand many in a very few days. Albany, where he successfully prac- sprinkled where ever needed. Do not I think biddy has made up her will prove a rare treat to all in attend- others were detained for the same rea son. The rain checked about the I ticed until lie removed to Columbia, wait until disease comes before mak- mind that she will do no brooding ance. " For Sale ing preparations to stay it. Head it while the.treat continues. I bought ago. noon hour, and those present went more than thirty-yearthrough an interesting program, a six a setting of fine eggs in anticipation He was born and reared at Grady-ville.t- before it arrives. To Stock Breeders. having been named of the event, and they are spoiling by town o'clock dinner being served. House and let in front of Lindsey-WTilso- n Mr. E. H. Bryant, who has been in Grady, and for his father, Capt. Wm, Campus. An excellent opporthe delay, but she declines to "set." the jewelry business, Campbellsville, She intimates that she can't "set" years old. was seventy-on- e keep on hands a full stock of tunity for a family with children to I have a three year old half Coach I His remains were shipped from Illi- for a number of years, died Tuesday while the walnuts last. She can't horse out of a Red Squirrel mare. coffins and caskets, also robes; put in school, address, sixty-fou- r years "set" and "lay" atthesame time, and, nois to this place, arriving Thursday last week. He was Prof. P. D. Neilson, He is a good one, and will be permitold and a consistent member of the under the circumstances afternoon at 6 o'clock, stopping at the Columbia, Ky, it is a phys- ted to serve a limited number of hearses. Prompt service night or day. Phone 29. 24t--f home of Miss Sallie Field, which is oc- Baptist Church. If our recollection ical impossibility for her to cease lay- mares, at S8.00 to insure. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, cupied by Mr. Geo. n. Nell and fam- is correct he was a native of Lincoln ing . H. C. B. I also have a splendid Jack, service, Ad. Columbia, Ky. Field Day at the Lindsey-Wilso- n ily. This residence was the deceased count'. Columbia, Ky. S6.00. campus Friday week. If it should first home in Columbia boarding with J. C. Browning, All the Plum Point bridge has been Dr. U. L. Taylor was eighty vears rain on Friday the exercises will be. and studying medicine. his uncle For Sale. Milltown, Ky. old one day last week, but he is hale postponed until Saturday. It will be Thursday night and Friday morning taken from the river and a gentleman 27-Ad. arrived from the Champion Bridge and hearty for one carrying the a big day. Everybody get ready to atmany friends called to view the reCompany a few nights ago, and the weight of so many years. For several tend mains and to express their sympathy work of Three nice cottages, two with six Sad Death at Picnic. the replacing the structure is rooms each, one with birthdays in the past he has made it a to the daughter, Mrs. McKay. three rooms, now in progress. It will take but a All members should make it a point rule to sing a solo the following SunThe deceased was a zealous Mason, good water and out buildings, lots adshort time to do the work to attend the meeting of the Odd Felbeing a member of Columbia Lodge, Monday forenoon of last week, Mrs. day morning after the event before join. The rental value pays taxes, inThursday night. There No., !)6, and Columbia Chapter, No., surance and interest on $4,000. Mattie Stotts, who was the wife of F. the Christian congregation. Last lows next E W. McKinley has opened a marwill be lots of work, and it is necessa7, Royal Arch Masons, these two bod- ble yaad M. Stotts, died at her late home, Pic- Sunday he rendered the song, the Address H. N. Beauchamp, at Knifley, Ky., and is prea large representation ies having charge of the remains after pared to furnish all kinds of grave Campbellsville, Ky. nic, this county. She was compar name of which we failed to get, bnt ry to have Box 222, present. atively a j'oung woman and was high- - have been informed that the senti. reaching this place. stones at reasonable prices. Write Adv, Friday morning the lodge met in its him for particulars. ly respected in the neighborhood, and ment was "passing away". It was paAd. Born, to the wife of Cosby McBeath, making the usual ap- 26-hall, and after On Saturday, May 3rd, a primary her death brought sorrow to many thetic, well rendered for an old man, Mouticello, April 2 5, a daughter, pointments, marched to tho residence, election will be held in Campbellsville, homes. She leaves a husband and bringing tears to many eyes. mother and baby doing well. Mrs. n took charge of the remains, and from Mr. Jas. C. Ilelder, a the men to be voted for, applicants two little daughters. The sympathy N. Conover, mother of Mrs. Mcthence moved to the Methodist church, traveling man, who made Columbia for the Candidates of both parties, in Rus- Jo There are quite a of the entire neighborhood is extendBeath, is with her daughter. sell county, are reminded that the the deceased being a member several times a year, died at his home number who want the position and ed. of that organization, and where a at Dayton, Ky. He left a number of will enter the contest. In our judgMrs. Stotts had made her peace News has over four hundred subThe doctors of the county will meet memorial service was held by the pas- relatives in Lebanon, his mother be- ment the primary will cut no ice with with God and was ready for the sum- scribers in their county. Counting Thursday at the home of Dr. Wm, tor, Rev. J. S. Chandler and Judge ing a Miss Carter, a native of Marion Congressman Ben Johnson, who has mons. five readers to the paper, you have Blair. Dr. McChord, o f Lebanon, H. C Baker, the oration being deliv- county. two thousand people in Russell county will be present, and all the local doc- public prints, that announced, in the ered by the latter, who was a schoolB. B. Montgonery, who has been reading the News weekly. If the tors are urged to attend. W. I. Meader. An he will endorse Mr. mate, and who had been intimate The good citizens of Cane Valley effort to influence him to change his with the Rogers' Studio at Bowling candidates want all the people to with the life and character of the de- have recently been annoyed with some mind, in our opinion will make him all Green for several months, has re- know of their candidacy for office, O. P. Miller, Son of Dr..S. P. Miller, ceased for more than a half century. very bad conduct, and if certain per- the stronger for the applicant he has opened his Galery in the wholesale they should announce in The News. who is in a medical school, Knoxville, Hespoke of Dr. Grady's valor in war sons do not mend their ways there will named. building, Campbellsville St. Will be The fee would be $5 for each an- is making good. In grade, he stood and his heroism in time of peace, re- be something doing when the grand here 30 days and can giveyou the latest nouncement. at the head of his class. Ad. citing how he left his home in Albany jury convenes. May 2 and 3 have been set apart by in photographs. In our judgment the best all round Perhaps more chickens, eggs, ducks and came to Columbia to wait upon the State Board of Health as clean up Mr. W. B. Scott, who lived near the days. The idea is for every family to college ball team that has been on the and geese have been hauled through friends when cholera was raging in Cassius Breeding sold Charley Pyle, grounds was there this piace this season, bound for the this place The fife and drum cheers Mt. Pleasant Church, Breeding pre- use white wash liberally. Swatting of Lincoln county, 121 hogs a few days Lindsey-Wilso- n in time of battle and stimulates the cinct, died last Saturday. He was a flies is all right, says the physicians, ago. The lot brought a little over last Saturday the St. Marys' nine. Louisville and Cincinnati than ever They were all well built young men, before. soldier to walk into the jaws of soldier in the Federal army. He was but it is better to stop the , breeding $1,600. years old. who evidently had been, kept busy, death, but when men and women are seventy-od- d by using disinfectants. Hogs in large droves have passed with a contagious disease, when dying Call on S. F. Eubank and get your practicing for somecime. vThep movBorn, to the wife of J. G. Eubank, " throueh this place in the last few nothing can be heard but the hooting Monday was Arbor Day and many buggy tops and wheels cheap while ed rapidly upon the diamond and field, days. They were shipped from Camp? April 2S, 1913, a son. The mother and not a one of the number who was not of the owls, it takes a greater courage baby are doing nicely. The lather is trees were planted throughout the they last. bellsville to the Louisville market. to face such a disease than it does to on to his job. ' State. Knowing the great in his usual good health. go into battle. The Columbia Cemetery Association danger; that he might lose his own The old Baptist Church is now beGrady rode into Columbia J. If. Nance (Toney) was acquitted Monday will be couhty court will meet at the Hancock Hotel Sat- Singing at Zion next Sunday afterlife. Dr. Next away, preparatory for the and administered to the afflicted until in the Taylor circuit court upon a and the candidates will be busy urdajj afternoon at 3:30. All members noon, led by Jone3 and Cabbell. Ev- ing torn scourge naa spent its new building. the terrible are requested to be present. ery body invited. day. charge of house burning. -force. y- in his casket, dressed in his Confeder dation in Adair County; for I think cracking them for her. In a little ate uniform, he looked ' perfectly na- there are very few localities where it while others came, and then in a few turala gratification" To Mr. Virgil Wesley and Miss Anthony Wells, of Glenville, eloped to TenThe neighbors and friends began to arrive early in the morning and con- nessee last Thursday, returning Sattinued until the noon hour, every one urday. The couple went to the home d bringing baskets. The ta- of the groom's mother where they received many friends, who extended ble was loaded with good things-any-thicongratulations and best wishes for yor could call for most. When the table was ready and filled, Mr. O. future happiness. L, Williams returned thanks. There (Tuesday) at the Show were 58 took dinner, and after dinner Parlor Circle. was over they spent the afternoon very enjoyable. Every one seened to Sudden Death. be chaerful. We hope Mr. Williams will live to see many more birthdays like this. Mr. Sam Dodd, who was a promiA friend. nent citizen of Bloomington, Ind., died suddenly one day last week. His State Meeting. wife, who was Miss Nellie Winters, reared in Columbia, survives him. The annual meeting of the Ken- They had no children. When the tucky State Dental Association, to be end came Mrs Dodd was making prepromises parations to visit her old friends in held in Lexington May to be of more than usual t interest to this place. Everybody who rememthe dentists of this and neighboring bers the devoted wife feels for her in States. Numerous new methods and this time of her greatest of sorrow. well-filleng to-nig- Tenth Grade. ji Emmett Riggins, Bryan Garnett. Eleventh Grade. Leonora Lowe, Nell Tarter. The many friends of Mr. James T. Page, of this place, will be glad to learn that; he is rapidly regaining his health. He is out looking after his business every day. He has a fine appetite, and grows more like himself as the days come and go. He attributes his improvement to Sand Lick water which he uses freely. 26-2- 8, Mon-ticell- o, Odd-Fellowsh- ip Odd-Fellowe- rs s he 3t 26-t- f. lt well-know- post-offic- e. " 26-l- t. , dur-ingt- he 1 J i ni ... 4 r THE ADAIRtfOUNTY NEWS Hhe May American Magazine. A cynic once said that if he ever confessed he would confess nn 400,000 words. Then nobody would take the time to read his confession, and his would undiscovered. The Money Trust wss not, of course, 2the confessson of anybody's sins, but it ran to fully 400,000 words. I'Busy people could not possibly afford the time to read it at all. ;)It remained for some great national .journalist to study the cwhole matter, digest it, and pre- sent the essential points in 5,000 or 6,000 words. This is precisely 'what Ida M. Tarbell has done in tthe May American Magazine. iHer article is one of great interest and great value. Other important contributions 'to the May American Magazine are: "The Friendly ? the first of a series of Homeburg by George Fitch, the Illlinois humorist; Brand Whit-lock- 's recollections of "Golden iTtule" Jones; a new "Adventure jTn Contentment" by David Gray-so"Health and by Dr. Woods Hutchison, and xcthe "Autobiography of a TheaThere is a trical i great array of notable fiction, and the regular departments, "Interesting People," "The Interpreter's House" snd "The 'Theater" are unnsually attrac-rtiv" mathematics, evidently had his All Sorts. own system of bookkeeping. It's the bill,. not the bird on Some of the office wits has said daughter's hat that interests that love being the quest, marriage must be the conquest. daddy. A boys idea of a negotiable as- Likewise, why not divorce the set is anything he can trade for inquest? a dog. Salaries of 'Rulers. Xr . v . -- K JUDAS NO. 76,284 What do astronomers and calendar makers know about spring, The King of England is paid any way? 2,350,000 and has a private revA pretzel is beautiful, not only enue of $350,000 a year besides. in its shape, but in its keeping The Prince of Wales is paidilhalf qualities. a million dollars a year. DenBright colors of the blue bird mark and Greece are very poor. seem more popular with this Each pays its ruler but $262,000 a year, and its Crown Prince $32,-00season's spring girl. Spain is also poor and can A member of the new French pay its King only $1,340,000 a cabinet is named Louis Klotz year for himseif and $600,000 yes, the French cabinet. Milwaukee now has a hat pin for his family. Sweden pays its ordinance. Men are gradually king $83,000 and his family $250,-00- 0 a year. The German Emcoming into their rights. year, Nothing so disgusts an elderly peror receives $4,000,000 a ofjhis inwhich is about one-hawoman as a younger woman's come. The Sultan of Turkey treatment of her baby. has received all along a yearly An English servant remained salary of $7,000,000. The Czar with the family for 70 years, of Russia receives eace year more probably being too feeble to quit. than $10,000,000. The simple A hair fraud in New York in- republic of France pays itsUpresi-devolves a large sum, and there are $120,000 a year for expensothers that don't involve so es. 0. lf -- Fire-Fiend- ," n; nt Horse-Power- " much. Press-Agent- ." -- e. i Special humorous features are contributed by James Montgomery Flagg' Gelett Burgess and .Ab-Martin. Three letters are also published in t the contest entitled "The Wittiest Man I Ever Knew." Address 381 Fourth Avenue, iNew York Ci.y e prize-win-j&- Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY j:First Natl. Bank, Columbia, Plffs. 1 . J. L. Hurfc & Co., Dfts. ana vs. i , C. E. Willis, Crocus, petition Pltfs vs. J. L. Hurt & Co., Dfts. By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render-3d at the January term, thereof, 1913, : in the above cause, for the sum of i. 592.22 and $41 05 cost and $138.12 and cost herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door v i.:n Columbia. Ky., to the highest at Public Auction, on Monday the . Sth day of May, 1913, at 1 o'clock, P. 'W. or thereabout (being County Court) s upon a credit of J six months the fol- J lowing described property t: .. A certain tract of land situated in Adair county, Ky., on the waters of Slussells creek, and bounded as follows: jfcBeginning at a Hickory, corner to jtKobert Sanders' deed, thence with a :!ine of A. C. Jeffries' land N. 79J poles W. 87 poles, passing said Jeffries' i corner to a White Oak 35 linksto a stone uin W. P. Willis' line; thence with same :S. 4IW. 126 poles to a stone, Black 3akand Dogwood, Q. Montgomery's corner, thence S. 70 E. 121 poles to a iUlack Oak, Gum and Hickory, Robert lenders' corner; thence N. 41 E. 6 ?poles to a White Oak and Dogwood, in Sanders' line; thence S. 45 E. 19 poles to two White Oaks, thence N. lGjt E. 126 poles to the beginning. Containing 83 h acres. For the purchase price, the purbid-u-de- r, to-wi- -- chaser, with approved surety or se- curities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interost from the day of sale until jpaid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Coughs and Consumption Coughs and colds, when neglected, .always lead to seriousjtrouble of the lungs. The wisest thing do when you have a cold thatjtroubles you is to rget a bottle of Dr. King's New You will Retjrelief from the dose, and finally the cough will ,igrst disappear. O. H. Brown, of Muscarine, Ala., writes: "My wife was down in bed with an obstinate cough, .and I honestly believe had it not rbeeniorDr. King's New Discovery, not J she would forty-thre-e be living years as the iknownfor best remedy for coughs and colds. j25?rice 50c and $1. Recommended by .JPauil Drug Co. Ad. -Dis-cover- y. to-day- ." Look to Your Plumbing. The winter may have been unYou know what happens in a house duly mild, but it is to be said for in which the plumbing is in poor conDESCRIPTION: Judas is a 5 year old Percheron, a steel gray, weighs 1700 pounds and is 16h lihands high. He is a perfect model and a world beater. Remember that every farming country in the it that it wat an easy one on the ditioneverybody in the house is able to contract typhoid or some oth poor. er fever. The digestive organs per- world wants the Percheron horse. The leading mule producing States are raising the mules from the By the way has your wife be- form the same functions in the human Percheron mares. See this horse before you breed. I will gladly show you his certificate of registrabody the plumbing gun to offer those little sugges- house,asand they shoulddoes for the tion and Pedigree. be kept in s tions about a vacation trip next condition all the time. If Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or removed from neighyou have any trouble with your digessummer? tion take Chamberlain's Tablets and borhood. A collie failed to choose be- you are certain to get quick relief. All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Ad. tween two putative owners in For sale by Paull Drug Co. court, lamely ending a most Miort Stops. promising dog story. If a minister wishes to do parOur objection to the money DENTAL OPMCE ticularly effective work he should trust is that it doesn'n trust us. be good looking and remain un The auto is making this a hap- Dr. married. pier world except for pedestriDESTTIST Grand children of Napoleon ans. Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. are reported to be living in Los NPXT TO POST OFFICE Common sense among the comAngeles. Still, France isn't perColumbia, Ky. mon people is essential to a returbed over the fact. public. RUrf PHONE BO. OFFICE PHONG OS To be abreast of the times letHowever, as for hobble skirtter carriers should organize an ed woman, how can she expect WELL DRILLER artistic revolt against parcel post to "win in a walk.?" impressionism. The Boston girl who nas never I will drill wells in Adair and A magazine writer declares it been Kentucky, kissed is probably her own adjoining counties. See me beis easier to live on $15 a week explanation. fore contracting. Latest than on $15,000 a year, but we Riceless weddings are the propmachinery of all kinds. Sells A Oar Load Of Buggies Every wonder how he knows. caper. This makes it more er Pump Repairing Done. Give Members of the militia can get enjoyable to get Saturday. married. me a Call. high grade shoes for $1.50 a pair. The world is divided into classThis is another argument for es those who have automobiles J. C. YATES equal rights in women. and those who wish them. No nation addicted to base ball Says an exchance: "Moon has a war on hand, and no such Main Street Greensburg was Blocked songs are still popular." Yes, H. nation wants a war before the they're a light subject for the close of the season. for two hours with Buggies sold Veterinary Surgeon composers. There is talk of wiping out and Dentist It is a queer commentary on New York's China town. It took by Wood Lewis. these days of peace that famous 5 years experience. Special attention an earthquake to accomplish this given to Surgical and Dental work. battleships need protection from Office at residence near Graded School result in San Francisco. building. assaults. During the day Town Marshall called Tripping while trying to save PHOE NO. 7. N. New Haven is to have a his bicycle, a Gothamite burned on to clear the street. $2, 000. 000 post office, suggesting to death. On account of pedal that Yale students must be great extremities, so to speak. W. Ottley What is the cause of these Phenominal letter writers. Talk is not cheap after all, Whatever else may be said, it Attorney-flt-Iiac- u when it is considered that it costs must be admitted that the new Sales. $1S per minute to talk from New Will practice in all the nickel has more than 5 cents' York to San Francisco. Cotxrts worth of art o:: it. Vincent Astor is giving an ex Columbia, Ky. Easy Riding. Quality, Styles When a man drinks too much ample to the rich young men who he is in a state of "psychic conbegin their careers by sowing ting a divorce also helps to kill sciousness," says a scientist. time. wild oats, in raising tame ones. REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy Why not say plain "soused." When he goes to the auto In the competition among In the new Japanese cabinet show the mere pedestrian must man, the Mower and Binder man, the fashionable young men to see the minister of agriculture is feel ashamed of himself and sewho can raise the smallest musGombei Yamamoto. It sounds riously question his right to live. Gasoline Engine man, the ' Farm tache there are a lot of prize like a new kind of tomato soup. Mother Hubbard, who went to winners. Our college athletes must fore- the cubboard, found things in Implement man. allows her criminals to go their summer visits to Eu- the same condition as the treasNevada choose their own death means, rope. Shipping live cattle from ury of a Central American repubbut as yet nobody has selected the port of Boston is prohibited. lic after a new revolution. an overdose of cream puff?. An eastern actress who admitJohn A. Hobson, Grcensburg, Ky., will pay The Cornell student, who Jived ted that she got married "just you best prices for your hogs, sheep or cattle, to kill time" now finds that get-on 85 cents a week and failed in GREENSBURG, KY. Ad. Write or phone him. first-clas- N The above picture is a natural photograph of JUDAS the famous STALLION. He will make the season of 1913, at my barn one mile east of Columbia, Ky., on the Sommerset road, for the sum of $10.00 to insure a living colt. PER-CHERO- W. G. McKINLEY James Triplett Buggies Surreys Runabouts. Woodson Lewis Greensburg im-yrov- ed Saturday June 22nd. ii. JOfiES Tanner and WOODSON rf.Mw34i LEWIS jftf THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS j M . Or ,- -, - Birdseve view of our Plant j zsZs&ZZ? " '"' "V',"fffSNiL "Largest in Dixie" W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Windows, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, " Louisville Hotel Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh position. Conscious of his own merits, he disdained to bumble himself to Luke McLuke Says. those who measure men by rank and value them by pounds. But Wilson's friends liked him no less for his After a woman has bathed the brusque manner. Goldsmith. and Dr. canary, watered the fern and fed Johnson were Sterne, Wilson Garrlck's assembled at the gold fish, she is so fatigued house with a party of ladles for supper. that she has to see a nerve spe"We were very lively at your excialist before she can write her pense indeed, gentlemen," said Mrs. Garrick, rallying them for having arpaper for the Mothers Club. rived late. "To punish you for not obeying our summons the ladies likened I believe in pensions for moth- you all to plants and fruits and flowThis fine Stallion will make the season of 1913 at my barn IX ers. But what reward is there ers." miles from Jamestown and will be permitted to serve mares for$8.00' "Pray said Wilson. in a few dollars a month? Ev- "Doubtlesslet I ns hear," for a sprig of to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foalded orfmare r come in ery woman who has raised a fam- laurel." traded or removed from neighborhood or bred to other Sstock.AU i "No, sir," said the pretty, lively lady; care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. ily should have a comfortable "you are wrong." home and sdme one to wait on "For rue, perchance," said he. RAVEN BIRD sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe.Brown 1955.. "No, sir; guess again." he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dun Authilia Thomp- - -her. She should have unlimited "Why, I am dubbed bitter enough, credit nothing to worry about perhaps- a crab," said he, "for that son, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Blacks man," pointing to Garrick, "has dub- Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, he by King Denmark. 3rdJ"dama and nothidg to do but rest. And bed me'Sour Dick." Bonie, by old Nat Brown 8 . "Guess Garrick, after giving her all these, the toughing. again," said Mrs. up?' RAVEN BIRD is a beautiful mahogany bay, full 16 hands high, 6 years "Will you give it world would owe her money. "Yes, madam." old, has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy "Why, then, sir, you are likened to well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He posseses extreme -When a young couple start in olives. Now, will you dare to inquire speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallionI have ever" to live on love it doesn't take further?" "Let me see," said Wilson, with all or handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most attractive -them long to get tired of eating eyes upon him. "Well, then, my dear, seen manner. He is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excelout with It! I dare." out of paper bags. "Then know, sir," said she, rising lent breeder: A married man is a pink who and courtesying most- - gravely, "Mr. rough to at first, BILL can read the story of the game Wilson is by a littlethe tasteacquaintlonger tolerable at breakfast and follow every ance and delightful at last" Ex- iM This Jack is the John Mcfarland Jack, 15 hands 3 inches highlchange. and will place week looking for a lawbreaker, AN ACQUIRED TASTE. , " has 'sent word on ahead that he will float down the creek on a Odd Compliment That Was Paid to an English Artist. raft, be can travel that way Richard Wilson, the English landscape painter, was not of a pliant diswithout making a noise. i viWfcf j y iAVEK BIRD. - 1 -- McFAELAND. American and European Plans t RATES: American Plan $2.00 and up European Plan $1.00 and up We serve the best American Plan meals in the South play while his wife is telling him CAUGHT THE BLUFFER. that she has to have a pair of new shoes, that her best dress Do Wint's Clever Ruse That Sold One of His Paintings. is worn out under the arms and Peter De Wint, that she suspects the woman scape painter, was the English landaccustomed each year to have a show of next door of swiping the milk. his pictures before sending them to the Ignorance may be bliss, but Water Color society's exhibition. On frequently that doesn't prevent a woman such occasions his friends course, apbought pictures, which, of from opening her husband's peared at the public exhibition marked "Sold." mail. Among the painter's friends was a will wear two old wealthy man who wanted to appear a A woman patron of art and at the same time semi-privat- stand at same terms as applied to horse. at $8.00 to insure a living colt. Same? John F. Wooldridge,. G. The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. Herman Steinhilber, Manager Hogwallow Happenings : (Hogwallow Kentuckian. ) Poke Eazley has made up his mind to quit farming, he having doubt as to how it ought to be done since reading several farm journals. The Excelsior Fiddling Band walked itself almost down last week trying to learn to play a march. Crickett Hicks yearns to live in Tickville or some other large place, where he can have his shirt washed by machinery. always darkest just fore Sidney Hocks lights his It i3 be- lan- tern. A Wren is preparing to build its nest near the home of the Old Miser on Musket Ridge. Sidney Hocks says if the Old Miser was in the Wren's place he would keep down expenses by using a last year's nest. The storm party scheduled to take piace at the Hog Forri preacher's house Tuesday night was postponed on account of the pretty weather. Raz Barlow sent some word by parcel post to a friend in Tick- A Unique Laboratory. Outside the harbor of Sfax, Tunisia. In the shallow water of the clear Mediterranean, Is situated a biological laboratory for the study of spouges. It is one of the most unique in the world and affords opportunity for ob serving the development of the sponge from tiny larva, so small that it can only be studied under a microscope, Easter suit. Two much care cannot be used in until Gve years later it has developed ville. selecting a couge' medicine for chil-dre- into a perfect sponge. The Excelsior Fiddling Band Little Fidity Flinders spent has ordered a gross of music Ifc should be pleasant to take, Two Sides. week in Tickville. jxontain no harmful substance and be one night last from Chicago. The shipment "There are two sides, you know, to The bright light almost strangle consists of selections that differ- most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough every argument," said the ready made Remedy meets these requirements and philosopher. him. ent ones have asked them to play is a favorite with the mothers of "Yes," replied the gloomy person, "but It makes a difference which side The train arriving at Tickville in the past. young children every weere. For sale rou choose. There two sides to a piece folesday evening lacked only two Ad. of fly paper." Washington Star. The postmaster at Hogwallow by Paull Drug Co. u. house on the account of the Webb company bill. Sidney Hocks says whenever! you see Helwanger's whiskers moving he is either femily as he does of his poIitica talking or the regular wind is party. blowing. Women who stand on their The Mail Carrier eompiams rights at a suffragist meeting here lately that he has been have to shift over to their lefts mistaken several times for the when they have to stand up on a Tin Peddler and takes this meth-- ! street car. of of making the correction. If there are any clouds in the A stray cow followed Yamn .. i i SK..y a gia wuu u curve a cntuiue Sims to the Dog Hill church last on wearing her $2.98 bonnet, Sunday. The object of her atbut she will marry a mutt before tention was a new shuck collar she knows how he spells his worn by Lam's mule. 'last name. Ellick Helwanger called on Some of the girls who peck Miss Zalcher Sunday night. daintily at food and spend ten She asked him to call again, but minutes using the finger bowl he don't know whether he will when they eat in a cafe are charor not. ter members of the Bone pubThe Rye Straw storekeeper lishers and Thumb Suckers Uji-io- n has just received a new barrel of when they tackle a mess of molasses and will have them pigs feet at home. open for sale as soon as the rats A whole lot of brides discover complete the boring of a bung when it is too late that they hole. should have purchased mote It has been ordered that all canned goods and fewer Princess the 'benches in the Hog Ford slips when they fixed up the church be dusted right good next trousseau. Cincinnati Enquirer Sunday morning, Raz Barlow will be present wearing his new Cough Medicine for Children. anti-express I Isaac babies were judged for their physical condition just like live stock rather than for their beauty. The Companion offered two $100 prizes one to the best city babyHandlonelthe'Jbest rural baby. The contest was a greet success. petticoats and an apron when keep his money. He managed this by The movement for "Better she does her house work, but loudly admiring the paintings already It sold. He was always a bit too late to goes down town all buy the pictures that pleased him looks as if the Nation's children when she most, and having seen them, as he was she wears is the apron. wont to declare, he could never content would receive as much attention as live stock and crops and that A newspaper man's idea of a himself with less beautiful works. De Wint at last suspected the man's suspicious character is a guy who sincerity, and when the next show day is saying a good deal! Other interesting articles .in owns a $5 bill the night before came round he concluded to test him. After plenty of time had been allowed pay day. for De Wint's friends to make their the May Womari's Home Com purchases rich man arrived. As Once in a long while you meet usual, his the soon fell on two "per- panion are "'The Mental Law of eye a man who thinks a3 much of his fect gems" marked "Sold." Turning to Habit," by Ralph .Waldo Trine; e wide-spread. P. SMYTHE for A HRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE V Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone 13 ' ! . J. N. MURRELL DENTIST rooms in Jeffries Office, Front BTd'gg up Stairs. j I i the artist, he said: "Now, De Wint, those are exactly the things 1 should like to possess. What a pity they are not to be had." "My dear sir," said the painter, slapping him on the back, "I knew you would like them, so 1 put the tickets on to keep them for you." The awkwardness of the situation was only relieved when the enthusiastic admirer became the somewhat unwilling purchaser of the two "gems." Youth's Companion. "DelightfulLVacations at Little Cost," contributed by readers; "How We'Builtfcur House," by Ruth Marshall; "Girls Who Have Earned Money.'' contributed by readers, and "Helps for the Spring' Moving," by Jean Mc-Casli- n. Columbia, - Kentuckjv -, .- entitled Resistance to the Sun. "The Heart's Country" is begun Animals whose capacity for thermal regulation Is limited, such as rabbits by Mary Heaton Vorse. It is a and monkeys, rapidly succumb to ex- story of algirl's'heart, and preposure to the tropical sun. In the same circumstances the skin of a man sents the spiritual and emotional rises some 3 or 4 degrees (J. above The experiences of a young woman. normal. Theoretically the black skin of negro race should absorb more heat Other fiction is contributed by A new serial jstory . perhaps because perspiration is more FormanaandfDavid Lloyd. abundant. The ape, although a native The regular Cooking, Fashion, of the tropics, is less capable of resisting the sun than other animals and Housekeeping, Young People's even the white man. This is no doubt Art and MusicKdepartments are attributable to the fact that its natural home Is in the forests. For certain attractive both for their interest monkeys two hours of exposure to the and their practicality. tropical sun is fatal. than that of the white people. How- Georgia WoodPangbom, Alice ever, colored races are better able than the white to regulate their temperature Brown, ZonalGale, Justus Miles under the influence of the tropical sun Straight at It. There is no, use of our "beating around the bush." We might as well out with it llrst as last. We want you to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the next time you have a cough or cold. There is no reason so far as we can see why you should not do so. This preparation by its remarkable cures has gained a world wide reputation, and people everywhere speak of it in the highest terms of praise. It is for sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad. Quick Retort ready begun, and the counci had already granted it the fran- chise it wished, renewed its privileges for another When Mayer Jones vetoed the bill, the council prepared i to pass it over his veto, and 1 would have done so that Monday night hadl it not been for two ' men Mayor Jones and Mr. Neg-le-y D. Cochran, the editor of the 'News-Bea newspaper which has always taken the democratic viewpoint of public questions Cochran, with his brilliant gift in the writing of editorials,, had called out the whole, populace, almost, to attend the meeting of thelcouncilland to protest... The demonstration was so far effective that the council was toot frightened to pass the street railway ordinance. The attorney for the street railway company was; -there, and when there was a lull.-ithe noise, he'sneered: suppose, Mr. Mayor, that", that this is an example of gov ernment under the Golden Rule. " 'No,' replied Jones in a flash,, 'it is an example of governmentc-und-er the rule of gold. twenty-five-years. e, n "I of "Golden Rule' Jones. ticks of wood of coming in on time. The brisk March wind of this week blowed away a hay stack belonging to Frisby Hancock, and he has put his horse on the job of gathering it up. As yet no effect has been felt at the Hog Ford moonshine still will not be affected by the civil service examination that may be The May inaugurated by the government, as he just stood a thorough examination trial recently held at Bounding Billows. The Deputy Constable, who went to the headwaters of Gander creek the forepart of the In the May American Magazine An Exception. Mayor Brand Whitlock, of Tole''Money, after all, means nothing but Woman's Home Com- trouble." do, Ohio, writing his .autobiograpanlon. "Still, it is the only kind of trouble phy, tells the following story which it is hard to borrow." about Mayor Sam Jones, of ToHe Swore. The May Woman's Home Comyou ledo, known as "Golden Rule" dear, She Was he panion, continuing its fight for told him that furious, beenwhen secretly Jones.. we had Babies," contains a re- married? He Not really furious, only "Better "The struggle over the renewi'fudge. port cf a "Better Babies" show snlfurious. al of the franchise grants to the recently .held in Denver at which None is tobe deemed free who has not perfect self command. Pythagoraa. street railway company had al- a Pains in the Stomach. If you continually complain of pain in tbe stomach, your liver or. your . kidneys are out of order. Neglect ' may lead qo dropsy, kidney' trouble, diabetes or Flight's disease. Thous- ands recommend Electric Bitters ase-th- e best stomach and kidney medicines made. H. T. Alston, of Ealeighr K-who suffered with pain in siie.a stomach anoVback, writes: "My Ifcid- - -neys were deranged and my liver didii not work right. I suffered much, but Electric Bitters was recommended and I Improved from the first dose. 1 --- i l n- - now feeliikeanew man." It imprpve you too. Only 50c and SI. I Recommended by Paull Drug Co At- kwilfcjB . rs . ij- - .. ufi' Jc- ". &! ' ' r t "rv. 4! -- .,.,,.,. 4TE ADAIR' M, , COUNT MMfc y , " THE ADAIR GOUHTY HEWS 3jnnual Reunion Jiignjbmcials ot tne for- - May tftr - 27-2- 9. '. fe. W-- A. ifc state Published EveryWcdncsday BY THE that 'Chattanooga's' expenditures entertainment and amuse-men- t, - - Adair County News Company. (Incorporated.) CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR ln-re- Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. st etc., will:be onatmorelav- ish scale than was ever necessary :3? for their meetings, .even susp'ass- jv ing the high water mark at Los Angeles. It is expected in Chattanooga that upward of 12,000 veterans will be present. Mr. J. M. Richardson, the editor of the Glasgow Times, is to succeed Mr. W. H. Jones as post master in their home town. Mr. Richardson is a most ardent Democrat; was a loyal supporter of Congressman Thomas in his race against John Rhea for the nomination, hence the Third district Representative would have shown ingratitude for valuable services had he failed to endorse the editor of one of the best Democratic papers in the State, The Glasgow Times. Mr. J. N. Meadows, the present County Attorney of Russell County, is a candidate for and election. He has made a very efficient officer, is w ' . 1H B - WJ k i 1 or H 1 H 1 itF. - Hawk Corn 9CJ4&9rAc3Sfte j '51a " Vx Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offi- ce as sec-n- d tVED. - APEIL 30, 1918. Vernon Richardson, Washington correspondent to Danville Advocate, paid Attorney General James Garnett the following compliment in writing to said paper, of a recent date: "Attorney General James Garnett, of Frankfort,, who has been in Washington for a few'days, having appeared before the Supreme Coust in a case of interest to the State. He has a host of friends in Washington who are always pleased to meet him. The genial gentleman is making Ken tucky one of the most able Attorney Generals that she has ever had, and right now the State 'needs a man of his type more than it ever did in the past. "When he leaves the office he will have left a record that his friends will be duly proud he is measuring up to the great demands of that department in every respect. General Garnett has a daughter at the Woman's College of Kentucky, and is intensely interested in the success of that grand -of-"-f- or Drills, Disc or wheel Genuine Brown and Buckeye SKJ,., Cultivators Either Riding or Walking The Jeffries Hardware Co. WWf Mt. Pleasant. m P mm 4: popular throughout the county, and there Is not a doubt but he will be nominated in the coming August primary. If he should again be elected he promises a faithful continuation of his duty as a county official. Zion. Eldridge Barger who has been SSSgSup teachlngjin Chattanooga, Tenn., n iMiB rlttSDUgll Oteel LO. has returned home for the summer. Mr. Barger is an experiiilgZggjisf ns enced teacher. The Misses Murrell, daughters They remain together, traveling Murrell and Mr over the country from city to of Nathan Murrell. visited in this I left my old Kentucky home catur, was here last week, on city, but the treachery of the Anderson Saturday and February 26, 1913. Since then business. man crops out, the girl is desert- community! ast Sunday. I have traveled over quite a bit We understand our assistant ed, and after a time makes her of Illinois. The good roads are overseers have been appointed, Mr. Lewis Y6un has rnturned way back home. It all depends just fine, and the country is juat and roads have been divided. The upon the training of a girl child from the infirmatory, Louisville. one mass of beautiful scenery. amount of money given to the as to what she will do. If par- We are glad to'welcome him in I am located on the State road, roads near here, will not be suf ents, especially the mother, would Mr midst agaian. No one ia 30 leading from Jacksonville t o ficient to make a beginning tocommence instructing the tthild missed by our young people as N. Railroad. Springfield, ward putting them in proper as soon as she is old enough to Lewis. Mr. Tom Cundiff, of Little Jacksonville-- th& county seat shape, and by spring again they understand tell her of the devils Rev. O. P. Bug was greeted Cake, is visiting his son, Will. t?JX aKI jBf fB Ef of Morgan county, is an educa- will be in worse condition than in the world who bring ruin to by a large audience last SaturMiss Eliza Conover made a tional center of the Illinois Val- S't first. homes, it would not be often that day torehbon. On account of trip to Columbia last business ley, the Illinois Woman's Col It does not take one with much They bad weather very few people a girl would go astray. weekv lege and The Illinois Ceifege are foresight to see that making roads should be taught not to counted were present at the night seris ml 'only Mr. R. . Murrell located here, besides the school with the iamount of tax we have This celebrated stallion will make the nence Jetcherou3 scoundrels, and vice. in th6hog trading business, but for the deaf, the institution for will be a dismal failure, and that season of 1913 at Will Johnson's barn, to keep only the best company. Prof. R.O. Cabbell has return Worses and hogs as well, as a the blind, and the hospital for the money is thrown away. A tniles south of Columbia and IA miles ed mm Cumberland county Wilfew days ago he sold to Mr. Good roads are cheap at most "west of Gadberry on Pettitts Fork creek, the insane, a trio of state Hart, one 6f Rus-se- wh"ere, he conducted a class in Mr. Samuel and will serve mares at $6.00 to insure bur Smith a farm horse, and his any cost, while bad roads are living colt. He has proven to be a a county's best citizens, is an mucsic. brother, David, a pair of mules. I will close and if this escapes dear at nothing. Surely our fis- good breeder. nounced in the Hews this w's'ek Mr. Guy Farris-- , o Baylor counMr. W. H. Cunditt. the man the waste basket I will come cal court could have done better JOE is a dark bay, 6 hands high, for Jailer of said c6untV8 'subject ty, was in our midst Sunday. who has again. heavy built, good style, has the best of behind the "bellows," than this. to the action of t'he Republican M&ry Willis and Nona been quite sick, has sufficiently eyes, feet and legs, and in fact a pertect Misses Respt. Mr Kar't is a gentleman Oonover, 'of Gadberry, were the Kniiey. party. model in every respect. He is a Cleverecovered to resume his work in Surilda Hale. neigh land Bay and the best work horse I ever who stands high with his guests bf Mrs. Mont Montgom-ervla- st the shop. and easy handled for bors, is conscientious in ail his Mrs. G. R. Feese spent a few seen, and quiet Saturday and Sunday. Store. we have Irvin's Every now and then women to drive, so he needs no further undertakingSv att'd what he does, days of last week with, her traduction. Miller, Texas, and a new business opened in our Mrs. Sue he does well. There is not a doubt Mrs. Montie Dohoney, Columbia, daughter, Mrs. Lettie Beard. Money due when colt is foaled. All community, the addition being "Ye"twriter has been on the Mr. L. R. Chelf made a bus care taken to prevent accidents but not but he would make a faitMul visited Mrs. Fannye Montgomery an "expert photographer," who sick list for some time, hence no tend official, a man who would iness trip to Campbellsville, last responsible should any occur. Sunday. catches them a going and a com- report from here. business. He is We will also stand a good 6 year strictlv to his Friday. Quite a number of 'our farm- ing. old Jack at the same place on same conto be voted for at the August Everybody is busy planting or Mr, A. Hovious has returned dition as horse at the low fee of S5.00. Columbia Tuesday, in Misses Cora Smith and Rena primary and he would be truly ers were preparing to plant corn. from Louisville with a new stock This Jack is 14 hands high and has Mr. Lucien Gadberry and fam- Cundiff are spending the week would thankful if his friends looking fine, mead of goods. Wheat is proven himself a good breeder. Gadberry in Columbia. turn out and support him. His ily visited relatives at Call and see our stock if interested. ows are green, and the prospect Mr. Walkup. of Garlin, was in Mr. Ed Vanhoy's business political record is clear, and his last Sunday, Johnson Bros. for fruit never was better, so Elna and Matt Barger steadily increases, and he has a things look fine for the farmer. our town one day last week, sell standing is as good as the Misses moral ing tombstones. "Wasted: A boy to work his way and Alley Garnett and Mr. El- - nice; load of poultry for best. Cooper has a new boy. Lindsey-WilsoE. F, Apply at Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Absher, through morn this week. idride Barger !NeiIson & Moss. once. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Hammond of Cane Valley, spent last SaturAd: In commemoration of the ing for 'Cumberland county to From Illinois. were here Saturdoy visiting their day night and Sunday at Mr;. bloody battle at Chicamauga v 501 visit the family of Mr. George son," Dr. Hammond Peafowls Wanted. Virgil Knifley's: , years ago, Chattanooga an Smith. . tfTncle" Ab Hopper fell and Misses Bessie and TNellie Gose, Mr. and Mrs. George Morrison Editor News: nounces perfection of the plans ' Will you print a letter from a fractured bis leg, which is giving spent last week with their grand- $1.50 to &2.00 each, two children, Jesse and of the United and . for entertainment W. T; Hodgen;'. him lots of pain. mother, 'Mrs. H. B. Ingram, of visited Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Kentucky girl, in your good Confederate Veterans and Sons Ga&pkllsville,. Ky,. Mr. J. W. Wilkerson, of Be- Columbia. of Veterans who will hold their Willis Sunday. j -- ifou scarcely pick up a daily paper but you see where a girl from fifteen to seventeen years old has disappeared from home with a strange man she chanced to meet, listening to his wooing. The farmers of this Community are taking advantage of the nice weather by preparing to plant corn. J. D. Eubank was in this community several days last week. The farmers are anxiously awaiting a better class of weather, as the last few days nearly put them out of business. Three of our friends and neighbors, Messrs. Josh Butler and son, and N. C. Butler have had the misfortune to fall to their lots two serious accidents the former having a valuable mule to get a leg broken the latter losing a much thought of family mate. Between plowings, Messrs. Tames Butler and Ed Hood are putting up a string of wire f enc-- , ing which adds greatly to the farm. Mi-- and Mrs. Edd Hood visit-- 1 ed their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hood, last Sunday. Quite a number of friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. H. Wj Cundiflc to spend a few pleasant hours, and bid his son. Herbert adieu on the eve of his return to Louisville, where he had a position with the L, & , Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence -- - iT Doesrft Get Anywhere The ManrWho Stands Still aV4.'J'iPt- tm Make your farm better. Make your income from it bigger. Improvement is progress. Progress leads to prosperity. Crop rotation, live stock and small fields are making many farmers wealthy. Be one of theln, will need fences, so you can But vou w...,.- - years of satisfactory service. Sfisij.. Choose "Pittsburgh Perfect", welded by electricity, for design, construction, strength, durability, true economy. No other fence gives as much fence- satisfaction for the money. turn in your stock wherever you wish. Now choose your fences wisely, for Made in Different Styles for HELD. FARM. RANCH, LAWN. CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN P.. Vcry P1 VJUarqlltCCU ROQ fl avant otA Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade you that some other fence Js just as good. If he doesn't sell it, vrritd us direct. 'a "Pittsbureh Perfect" Brandsof Barbed Wire: . Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twisted If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Cable Wire: Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence . for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 1913 WfiKk'.'ilAtW Staples; Poultry Netting Staples ; Regular Wire (way y. I 1 wkM Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Roofing Nails; Single' Loop Bale Ties; "Pitt. " Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth material iW&Js&XJmfc JIIK CiJ C. I I j i rauiiic , ffif JOE ll 3 V 1 Camp-bellsvil- le n. left-Saturda- y . -- r -- -- Zel-ma, k J?" " -- x 1 J THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Bowels are Basis of Child Health The careful mother, who watches closely the physical peculiarities of her children, will soon discover that the most Important thins in connection with a. child's constant good health is to keep the bowels regularly open. Sluggish bowels will be followed by loss of appetite, restlessness during sleep, irritability and a dozen and one similar evidences of physical disorder. At the first sign of such disorder give the child a teaspoonful of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin at night on retiring and repeat the dose the following night if necessary more than that will scarcely be needed. You will find that the child Kill recover its accustomed good spirits at once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy is a vast improvement over salts, cathartics, laxative waters and similar things, which are altogether contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels so that after a brief use of it all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do its own work. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, Montlcello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. too powerful for a child. The homes of Mrs. Carrie McDonald, 1036 Trigg Ave., Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Griffith. Veechdale, Ky., are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with them, as with thousands of others, there is no substitute for this grand laxative. It is really more than a laxative, for it THE PASTOR SPRINTED. " i'. The Daily Louisville And The Times News He Made a Good Run In Record Time With Plenty of Reason. One of the traditional stories of the town of Fairfield, Conn., recounts a wild dash from the pulpit made by a worthy and beloved pastor of the Episcopal flock. Dr. Labaree. . It was on a Sunday more than a hundred years ago. The service had been read, the prayers said, the hymns sung, and the parson began his sermon. As he proceeded his- - gestures became very energetic. He brought, his right hand down with great force. Then he turned pale, cleared the pulpit stairs at a bound, dashed out of the church door and ran toward the pond a short distance away. The congregation followed in bewildered pursuit and saw their venerable pastor with flying robe rush into the water until it came to his neck. Then, turning round, he faced his astonished audience and said: "Dearly beloved brethren, I am not crazy, as no doubt many of you think, but yesterday at the drug store I bought a bottle of nitric acid and carelessly left it in my pocket today. "My last gesture broke the bottle. 1 knew the suffering the acid would cause when it penetrated my clothing and rushed for the water to save myself c pain." pieces of glass from He drew several his pocket in witness of the tale. Then he dismissed the company and hurried 9Cee0 WEEKLY COURIER -J- OURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without feasor favor, The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardlv breathe or snenlr for 10 fn 9( minutes. My doctor could not help me, dui i was completely cured by DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 AT ALL 111. 50c AND DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS For Daily ICourier-Journa- 1.0 " Special Attnetin to Eyes home. Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION FROZEN WITH HEAT. A Remarkable Process Known i you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. 0NBURKSYILLE Adair as the ot County Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wood-ro- w Wilson for the of the heat Caloric Paradox. Freezing is usually associated with cold, but water can be frozen on a red-hplate. This pretty experiment has rightly been called the caloric paradox. If a drop of water is placed on a red-hor white hot metal plate it does not suddenly flash into steam under the influence of the great heat. It does not even boil. It simply evaporates Quietly and slowly as It rolls about the plate. Now, suppose that the drop oo the plate is a volatile liquid like sulphurous acid. It will evaporate, and this evaporation will produce cold. Let a drop of water fall in the sulphurous acid drop and it will be frozen in spite ot l, Yr S6.00 Joseph 1$ H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Sunday Houriei -- Journal. Yr $2,00 We can give you a combination cut Will pradtice in this and adjoining counties. -. Jamstown, 0 Kentucky rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. )3X!)2X3aX2 Why The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for $4:.50 per year Come to the office or mail in your subscription. M. Boutigny thus froze water on a white hot platinum capsule. Faraday carried this remarkable experiment even further. Pouring some ether and solidified carbonic acid gas on a red-hplatinum capsule, he formed a ot The Adair CountyJNews and Weekly Cour- Not spheroidal mass which evaporated very slowly. He then brought some mercury into contact with it and this was Instantly frozen. Now. mercury requires a temperature of 40 degrees below zero to solidify it, and here it was frozen on redhot platinum. No "Deadhead" Trip. One of the most famous of American shipping lines in the palmy days of our marine was the Cope line, which ran between Philadelphia and Liverpool; 6ays the author of "Memoirs of Charles H. Cramp." By this line John Randolph of Roanoke determined to go to Russia when he had been appointed minister to that country by President Entering the office of the Jackson. company in Philadelphia, he said to a clerk in his usual grandiloquent man- ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Read The U. G. HARDWICS, Pres. J. H. C0CKF, V. Pres.! R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. Courier ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 DEALERS IN Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Special All Notice ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 N. ner: "Sir, I wish to see Thomas P. Cope." He was shown to Mr. Cope's office. "I am John Randolph of Roanoke," he said. "I wish to take passage to Liverpool in one of your ships." If he expected to be tendered a Dass he was grievously disappointed. "I am Thomas Cope," replied the head of the line. "If thee goes aboard the ship and selects thy stateroom and will pay $150 thee may go." An Ants' Sewing Circle. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfflRTeeNTH-MMLOUISVILLE MOKE STACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank WorK Editor. We Can Furnish' You Pesrons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books uwc. The Adair County News ondQthe Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The Government A party of German naturalists reJOBBING WORK SOLICITED x iTffi t n J JTJMBMBWWIL CwF cently returned from Ceylon have reported the existence of a species of ant that has been observed in the act of All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- sewing two leaves together for the purpose of forming a nest This report confirms the observations of the English naturalist Ridley, made in 1890. They saw a row of the insects pulling the edges of leaves together, then others trimming and fitting the edges, and finally the completion of the work by still other ants which fastened the edges with a silky thread yielded by larvae of the same species the workers Courier-Journal canned in their mandibles. It is said thread-givin- g that the sewing ants pass the larvae like shuttles through holes in the edges of the leaves. Bos"The 'girl' was a slip of forty Burglars got $250,000 worth of ton Post. Weekly Courier-Journal The Adair CountyJNewsf and Daily Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give libera) combination rate with Daily al 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 Making Bathing Caps jewelry from one New York For the Boy's Sake. Pawn shop. Perhaps New YorkA Roseville man stopped smoking for the sake of his young son. "If 1 smoke ers use such places as storage I shall set him a bad example," be ar' gued and gave up tobacco with many vaults. sighs of regret For three years he bas An Eastern genius has inventdohe without the weed. The other night he found a box of little cigars in ed a machine to count bank notes the boy'e coat pocket, a well smoked from a pile and register the tobrier pipe in the youngster's tool box flown cellar and a pack of cigarettes In tal amount. It is improbable the woodshed. Newark News. however, that an attempt will be made to cater to family trade. His Experience. n "In order to succeed in any line of business," said the great merchant, A Girl of Forty At a Tea Parly. who was given to the habit of moralizing, "one must begin at the bottom." "I tried that." replied the young man In the May American Magawith the fringed trousers, "and now zine, James Montgomery Flagg, I'm on my uppers." Exchange. well-know- that she could afford to ncake in spinach green corduroy and or Sunday Courier Journal. scarab tipDet, and a large sway- Write Courier-JournComing meteoric mass of tarnished pany, Louisville, Ky., for zinc and colored glass which she wore suspended on what ought free sample copy of edition to have been her chest. It made you desire, but be sure to Paul think of the bumpers "tug send your subscription order boats wear to protect their wishto this paper NOT to the bones from docks and things. She had backed a curly-haire- d infant Courier Journal. up againg a radiator and was talking him to a frazzle, while he smijed and smiled, although The following is taken from the May Woman's Home Companion: "Kipping up a discarded bathing cap for a pattern, one woman was surprised to discover the smalKampunt of material it contained, and instantly realized and retail them for twenty-fiv- e cents, half the price charged in the shops. With half a dozen Reckless Dissipation. Hiram, ain't yon His Mother charming samples of her own 'shamed o' yourself settin up till half she set about soliciting orders. past 8 playin' solitaire? Wnar you get 1 .Her lower price and daintier" ar- your taste for gamblin' don't know. Life. ticle made a wide appeal and No man can do nothing, and no mari trade-became scorching." . K n wit and illustrathe tor, contributes a. piece with pictures about tea parties. It is eatitled. "Cream or Lemon." Following is an extract discrip-tiv- e of one of the "girls" at the brisk." ' ;an 3o everything. German Proverb. party: A warning to men of wealth that the national unrest must be fiflarie A New SKar. Of Him. h reckoned with was sounded by a i"T t. i i r.3 i .i,-min in mv : ti T. Alston, Raleigh, .N. (i. "aad my Vice President Marshall in a liver and kidneys did not work right, speech before the National Dembut four bottles of Electric Bitters made me fee,' 'ke a nevr man." ocratic Club at New York. . PRICE 50 CTS. kt ALL DRUG STORES. - ;ters otnc i i v j?t kfU- -. u- I ., j m THE.'ADAER COUNTY NEWS 1 :g- - - -- .i. ! A I V&k Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Makes delicious home-bake- d foods of maximum qualify at minimum cost Makes home baking pleasant and profitable ANNOUNCEMENTS . For County Judge. We We are authorized to announce JAMES W. VAUGHAN a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to r,np aof.iftn nf r.np 7lpmnrrnfin. nnrhv in the August primary. 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 the Adair candidacyauthorized to announce the for CounCounty Court, subject to the Demo- ty School of J. V.DUDLEY subject to Superintendent, cratic voters who will express their the action 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 comt, subject to the for the Democratic nomination foi will of the Democratic voters of Adair County School Superintendent sub county, at the August primary. jeci to the oction of the August pri mary. W. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We I 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 tor the 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 Attorney of Adair, subject to the action of the Democratic voters at the FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce R.A YAGGENER a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Assessor of Adair county subject to tne action of the August primary. August primary. Foil Sheriff. We are M. authorized to announce WOLFORD a candidate for We are authorized to announce Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the JAKE CHELF a candidate for Assess-- 1 action of the Progressive Republican or of Adair county subject to the ac- party, expressed at the August prima- tion of the Democratic voters of said county, expressed at the August pri ry. JOHS mary j 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 pri- mary. 1913 A BRADSHAW a candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of Adair county, expressed at the August primary. We are authorized to announce G. Misses Mary Myerearfd "Kate' Gill yisited at Lebanon last 2T,riday and Bankrupt's Petition Tor Discharge. astsrei ' ' -- r ' ' s -iaturdayr 4 y Miss Lizzie Harris, who has been In the matter of William L. sick for quite a while, is thought to be Jfbankrupt. In bankruptcy. improving. To the Honorable Walter Evans, Judge of the District Court of the ' Mr. J. T. Goodman and Miss Callie United Statas for the Western Dis McFarland, Rowena, are spending a " trict of Kentucky day.-o- r two ipIColuwbia. . William U. Gadberry, of Sparksville, Mr. W. D. King, who represents a in the Courityof Adair and State of Nashville shoe house, was here, to see Kentucky, in said District, respectfulIN THE HEART ABSOLUTELY our merchants the first of the week. ly represents that on the 24th day of OF THE FIRE PROOF Mr. J. N. Meadows, County Attorn- February, last past, he was duly THEATRE, EUROPEAN ey of Rnssell county, was in Columbia, adjudged bankrupt under the acts of SHOPPING AND on legal business, a day or two of last Congress relating to bankruptcy; that PLAN ONLY OFFICE DISTRICT he has duly surrendered all his properweek. ty, and has fully complied with al! the Mr..and Mrs. W. L. Wilson, Cane requirements-o- said acts and of the Valley, spent Satuday afternoon and orders of the court, touching his bankSunday with Mrs. Wilson's parents, ruptcy. this place. Wherefore he prays that he may be Louisville's Most Modern Hotel decreed by the court to have a full Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Myers attended discharge from all debts provable the anniversary of Mr. and Airs. T Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, M, Estes silver wedding at Lebanon against'his esta'te 'under said bankrupt you'll find every comfort convenience and safety. It sets a except such debts as are expected acts, last Friday evening. new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other by law from such discharge. first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are MissesIEssieTriplett, Minnie Tup- exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent Dated this 20th day of March, A. man, Willia Pettey and B. Breeding Restaurant service D., 1913. visited Miss Nonie Conover from SatWilliam L. Gadberry, Bankrupt. Elccantly Furnished Rooms with hot nnd The Cafe is in charcc of Experts and the urday until Monday. cold running water and private CI ftft cuisine and service is unexcelled. Our ?X.UU prices are most moderate. European service, toilet, per day Order of Notice Thereon. "2 (n Mrs. Bettie Butler, who spent the but choice of club breakfast, each Klegantly Furnished Rooms with 1 CJA person winter wjth;her sisterj Mrs. Ella Dix- px.vU Table d'hote luncheon from 12:00 to Private Bath, per day 50c on, .Lexington, returned home last 2:00 p. m., per person Western District of Kentucky, ss. $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Table d'dote dinner, from 6:00 to Wednesdaylafternoon. $1.00 On this 18th day of April, A. D., 8:00 p. in., per person Large Sample Rooms with $2.50 p. a. to 1.00 a. a. Rathskeller open from C. A. Walkerjwas in town last Fri 1913, on reading the foregoing petition Private Bath, per day Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City day. He had the pleasure of eating a it is Ordered by the court, that a hearing birthday dinner with Squire John Reservations should be nude iheneer possible. be had upon the same on the 24th day years old. Eubank, whoZwas;S3 GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Msr. ROBT. B. JONES. Manager. of May A. D., 1913, before said court, Mr. W. L. Walker was absent from HotzIj Patted, Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotel AssutY (open May 12, 1913), Louisville, in said district, at 10 Atlanta, Ga., trader same management and ownership. his place of business several days of at o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice last week on account of being quite thereof be published in rfl the Adair sick. Mrs. Walker is also quite sick. County News a newspaper printed in grandMiss Aline Richardson, said district, and that aU known cred daughter of Mrs. U. L. Taylor, who itors and other persons in interest spent several months here, taking vo- may appear at the said time and place cal lessons, has returned to her home, and show cause, if any they have, why ' 236 W. Jefferson, St. White Mills, Ky. the prayers of said petitioner should hot he granted. Louisville, Ky Dr. M. E. Jones and wife, of And It is further ordeied by the were in Columeia Saturday, AH Things Electrical enroute to Cumberland count to see Court, that the clerk shall send by the doctor's father, Mr. Charley Jones mail to all known creditors, copies of said petition and this order, addressed Write for who is in a very critical condition. places of residence as to them at their Wireless Telegraph PamphletJl Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Read, of Carthage, stated. Tenn., are visiting Mrs. Read's part Witness the Honorable Walter Telegraph Instrm ents, Judge and Mrs. George Herri-for- Evans, Judge of said court, and the and Dr. R. Y. Hindman and seal thereof, at Bowling Green, in said Telodhone wife, Mrs. Hindman being a sister of district, on the 18th day of April, A. a Mrs. Read. Medical Battery D., 1913. A. G. Ronald, Clerk. a Mr. Lilbum Phelps spent Saturday Electric Light and Sunday in Jamestown. xMiss Alva For Sale. Liinemen Tools and Line Material Knight, who is a student in Lindsay-Wilsoaccompanied him, to see her parents. Little Mary Fleming Niel-so- n Two good road wagons, 1 a 3 in., the also made one of the party. 8 Ducks Mrs. Oma Wolford spent a other a 3. Jo Williams, Dr. R. A. Jones, of Cincinnati, was 21 day Wool spring clipping or two of last week with her Montpelier, Ky. nere last Friday, eiiroute to aiontpe- 10 Hides (green) parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert-Murray- , ? her, to see his parents. Dr. Jones will Ad. 45 Feathers build a large, handsome brick resi Seweilton. Mrs. LouifcJ 5 50 r Ginseng How the Vote Stands dence out on the Standford road, this 25 of Albany, was also visiting her" Beeswax summer, a 1 1 arrangements having The following is the standing of the Yellow Root 3 25 parents. been perfected. The rontract has been candidates at the Parlor Circle, up to Campbellsville parties. let to 21 MavADDlefoer lb) Mr. Finley Wilson and wife,- - ' and including last Saturday night: 32,260 Dora Eubank of near Russell Springs, are --- -- "' T. t Gad-berr- f Hotel Henry Watterson 4.-0- Herman C Tafel Camp-bellsvill- e, d, n, 25-2- Additional Locals. Mary Smith 23,300 19,700 13,230 Mt. Pleasant. novs-residen- ts We are authorized to announce A. A We are authorized to announce J. D. MILLER a candidate for Sheriir of Adair county, subject to the Demo- EUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, a cratic primary to be held in August. candidate for Assessor, subject to the My Childhood Home. Democratic voters at the August priWe are authorized to announce mary. (HySuiildallale) BURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier, a candidate for the Democratic nominamy childhood We are authorized to announce I have tried to tell of tion for Sheriff of Adair County, subhome, ject to the August primary. ERNEST CUNDIFF a candidate for Butmethink its beauty I've not Assessor of Adair county, subject to much known, the action of the Progressive RepubliFOR COUNTY CLERK. 'Twas the loveliest spot that I ever can party, expressed at the August knew, primary. We are authorized t o announce 'Way back on the hills where the WALKER BRYANT a candidate for violets grew. County Court Clerk, subject to the Russell County Announcements. action of the Democratic voters of There the butterflies flitted on gilded Adair county, expressed at the August wings, primary. And the world seemed full of beautiWe are authorized to announce ful things; Ve are authorized to announce L. SAM HART a cannidate for Jailer of county, subject to the action Xn my memory this picture will alY. GABBERT a candidate for County Russell ways abide, Court Clerk of Adair County, subject of the' voters of the Republican party to the action of the Progressive Re- expressed at the primary August 2nd, I can't tell of its beauty, though oft publicans of said county. I have tried. 1913. Nell Tarter Eva Walker Margaret Lovett Latitia Paull For Sale. of this place. Sunday School at Bethel is nicely with B. B. Simms as superintendent. Mi3F-Violpro--gressi- ng 7,350 2,550 Farms, in Taylor and adjoining counties. Also nice residence property in See the N. W. Miller Campbellsville. Real Estate Agency before buying. Office in the Wood Bldg. 19-- tf Campbellsville, Ky. Ad. LOUISVILLE Latest Quotations HOGS MARKETS on Live Stock Choice 210 up V Jailer. To the Democrats of Adair County, my candidacy for Jailer of Adair County subject to the action of Democrats in the August primary. If nominated, I will use all honorable means in my power to advance the interest of my associates and if elected will discharge the duties of the ollice impartially, I ask your support. Yours truly S. G. Denny. Luther Grider, who lives near 'Gar-limet with a very serious accident n, I hereby announce last Saturday. lie was on a wagon, loaded with hay. The wagon turned over, catching young Grider, crushing one of his legs very badly. Oh! the charm that rested o'er the tree covered hills, And the low, sweet music of the winding rills, Where from morning till evening, all the day long, I've oft heard the music of the birds sweet song. Mediums, Pigs Roughs 165 to 210 8.75 7.65 6.50 7.00 The health in this community is fairly well at this writing. All of our farmers are getting in a hurry to plant corn. Several have already planted. Mr. Claud Callison, wife and little daughter, Virginia, and Mr John Faulkner, wife and son, Joe, were visiting at Mr. and Mrs. Will Vanhoy's last Sunday. Miss Linnie Hutchison and Master Frank Callison were visiting Miss Hattfe Massie last week Mr. Claude Callison's little little daughter, Virginia, is visiting at her uncle's, Mr. Horace Massie, the other side of Campbellsville. We want to know Married, on the 12th inst, Bennett, of this place, to Mr. Harrison Stanton, of RusaelL Springs. We understand they met for the first time, the day a previous. filled his regular appointment at Mt. Ver-no- n, the 3rd Sunday. Rev. J. M. Goodin Mrs. Leona Collins is confineoV to her room at this time. Mrs. Cleo Warren, of neair Jamestown, is visiting her son Tom, who lives at the Meadow's-plac- e. GRAIN Wheat Corn CATTLE 105 80 Personal I. en tenderest care, Mr. W. R. Lyon was here last ThursWith the green, graceful liowers and We are authorized to announce J. Z. day. the azure blue skies, PICKETT a candidate for Jailer of Mr. N. T. Jones, of Pellyton, was All made my life seem one glad, Adair county, subject to the action of sweet surprise. the voters of the Progressive Republi- here Monday. can party, expressed at the August Dr. A. E. Waggener has been very But the friends of my childhood-O- h! primary. ill for several days. where, where are they? They have passed, all passed from Rev. J. S. Chandler has been quite We are authorized to announce LUour earth away; THER BELL a candidate for Jailer, sick for several days. And oft in my fancy I see each dear subject to the action of the Mr. Josh Butler was quite sick sevface; ic voters of Adair county at the August eral days of last week. primary. For time from ray "memory these cannot erase. ,. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Taylor" visited at We are authorized to announce Montpelier last Sunday. Oliver Willis a candidate for the Foxes Wanted. Democratic nomination for Jailer of Mr. Tim B. Cravens was in Creels-bor- o Adair County, subject to the action the first of the week vf the Democrats of this countv:in the Mr. Ernest Ilarris was on the sick August primary. Grey Foxes $2.50, Red :Foxes 55.00; list two days of last week. Minks $6.00 to $8.00 each; Coons $1.25, Mr. W. M. Lowery, ScienceHHJ, was and express.' Send name of your exWe are authorized to announce JO Z. CONOVER a candidate for Jailer here a few days of last week. press office in first letter. of Adair county subject to the action Mrs. J,. P. Beard was on the sick list of the Progressive party in the AuW. T.t Hodgen, gust primary. the latter part of last week. Box 232 Campbellsville,1 Ky. Ad. , " There the many wild blossoms, so fragrant and fair, And the bright garden beauties giv- Shipping steer '. Beef steers Fat heifers and cows $7.00(5)8.50 Cutters Canners Bulls Feeders ..: Stackers Choice milch cows Common to fair cows ... 5.506.50 4256.00 a.004.00 2.003.00 3.254.00 4.255.75 3.755.50 35.00-45.- 00 15.00-35.- 00 Sam Poison sold a cow ancfc' lie Butler and driver have visited calf, for 550, and bought another-of--0. Columbia yet. B. Clayton, for $40. Wfl are havincr some fine weath Herbert Barger and wife, vis- ier now and people are planting ted Mrs. Bargers parents, ok their gardens. near Seweilton from Saturday Owensby. until Sunday. j j I if Mrs. Sal- - Mrs. Martitia Carter, who has The farmers are progressing been confined with rheumatism. nicely with their farming is able to be out again: Mr. Ezra Moore, wife and sis- , ter, Miss Laura, of Jamestown, 3.005.00 spent Sunday at this place. Culls... Fatsheep Mr. Leonard Bradshaw, our Local Market. blacksmith, is getting along fine. ; Mrs. Martha E. Barger, spent ' V '.'" last week with her daughter, Mrs Trrrrr...-.-.- . is Eggs Robert Royse, at Garlin. 12 Hens A..ft.VS Mr. Jim Dunbar, sold a horse 12 Chickens Joel Nelson, for $150, and ' 4 to Mr. ..." Cocks fillie from Mr. Mark J1 bought a TurkeyB ?. 1 Bernard, of Russell Springs. Geese....ri...i Best Iambs 5.00 6.00 3.00-4.00 To-day: SHEEP AND LAMBS . -- lir I K vJ-n..- .. jLiMF P0ULTRViIUREr down a chick's throat cure -capes. A few drops, in the drinking water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea and other chick diseases. One 60c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on "Diseases of Fowls" sent FREE -- Gf BOURBON . ftwton RMttfy-Ca.Ioisgtes- - V ' v J i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Beck's Store. Mt. V Pleasant. -- BIRTH OF COLONEL BOGY. 9 Pains All Over! "You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three physicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in better health than ever before, and that means much to me, because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me for a few days only." The people are very busy preparing for crops and gardens. Prof. Cabbell, of Columbia, has been giving some lessons in voMr. Cab-be- ll cal at Jones' chapel. is a line singer. Mrs. Lela Marrs and children spent the day with Emma Gar- rett Tuesday. Sunday School was organized at Jones' Chapel the fifth Sunday and we hope to have a good school. Mr: Marvin York and Miss Ella Harvey ojf Renox, married last "Wednesday afternoon. We wish them a bright CARDU I Woman'sTonic Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before taking care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment' You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it for Special Instructions, and Write to: Ladies' Advisory DepL, Chattanooea. Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Term., book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent tree. J 51 ee were future. Disham left last week for Franklin where she intends to graduate for a trained nurse. We hope she will be successful in her chosen profession. Miss Tim Jackman is visiting relatives at Glasgow, Ky. She will stay three months if satisMiss Maggie fied. Prayer-meetin- g The at Sugar Grove is progressing nicely. 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 The measles on Renox has about died out. Little Mary Winfrey has the only caselnow, and she is getting along fine. Miss Georgia Garrett visited Misses Cora and Pearlie Garret Monday night and attendedthe singing. Mrs. Margarett Yates of .JFair-plavisited her father, J. T. Thurman, from Sunday until Tuesday. y, On March 25th, Mr. J. N. Gar- rett was surprised by some of his relatives and friends gathering at his home and celebrating the birthday of he and Shis brother, C. W. Garrett, the former being 52 years old, the latter 50. A nice dinner was served and enjoyed by all. In the afternoon some beautiful songs were sung. May the two brothers live happy and dine together many more birthdays is the good wish of the writer. In among Louisville newspapers. attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in The Herald entitled Special ON BOARD THE GOOD SHIP EARTH re- Back numbers of these articles, free on quest to all who subscribe now. the District Court of the United States. THE DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD AND FOR WESTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY, IN BANKRUPTCY. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Both by Mail for One Year for In the matter of William L. Gad-berr- y 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. What4s a Bankrupt. On this 18th day of April A. D., 1913, on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge," filed on the 3rd day of April, A. D., 1913, it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 24th day of May, A. D., 1913, before said court at Louisville in said district, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof be published one time in the Adair County News a newspaper printed in said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Witness the Honorable Walter Evans, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof, Bowling Green, in said district, on the 18th day of April A. D., 1913. A.-- Origin of the Term That Has Become a Part of Golf. "Whcr is Colouel Bogy?" That la the first question usually asked by the recruit when he steps on the golf links. Professionals and veterans never tire of explaining that he is the Imaginary opponent, with the fixed score for each hole, but few can tell how the name originated. It generally is accepted that an Englishman was first to set forth the idea. In December, 1800, the scratch score of the Coventry course was taken, being the score that a good scratch player would take to each hole of the grounds, making no mistakes, but also fluking nothing nor being fortunate with any BRIGHTER, BETTER, special flashes of brilliant play. At the time they called this "the BGGER THAN EVER ground scored' and later several tournaments were given under the system. THE REGULAR PRICE OF The name, however, followed soon, and Its origin was a curious one. Dr. Thomas Browne, E. N., went out to play against a friend. Major Charles THE LOUISVILLE TIMES A. Wellman, and they agreed Instead of playing directly against each other to play against the ground score and IS A decide their match accordingly as each Cun-difffared in this way. It so happened th:it about the same time the bogy souj; was being sung by the late E. J. Lon-ne- F YOU WLL SEVD YOUR 0R0Et at the London Gaiety theater, and everybody else was singing It. The TO US, YOU CAN GET words of the refrain were: Hush! Hush! Hush! Here comes the bogy man! So hide your head beneath the clothes. He'll catch you If he can. There was the idea In golf. "He'll catch you If he can!" And It flashei Mrs. Guy Feese, was at home across the mind of Major Wellman when he was playing this game and Saturday night and Sunday. was getting "caught" by the ground Ed Vanhoy, ou'r merchant, score. "Why," said he to his friend AND Browne, "this player of yours Is a regmade a trip to Campbellsville one ular Tjogy man." A considerable piece of golf history was made In that day last week. chance remark, for "bogy" was from that moment established In golf. Some Drive Sick Headaches Away time later "colonel" was added. Exchange. Sick headaches, sour gassy stomach, indigestion, biliousness disappear A WALRUS ON LAND. quickly after you take Dr. King's BOTH ONE YEAR New Life Pills. They purify the The Awkward and Bulky Creature Is Almost Helpless. blood and put new life and vigor in As might be expected, a walrus ia the system. Try them and you will about as helpless on land as a canal-boa- t It Is with no little difficulty and be well satisfied. Every pill helps; evmuch hitching and floundering that he ery box guaranteed. Price 25c. Recdrags his huge bulk upon a sandy shore THE LOUISVILLE TIMES ommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad even with the boosting he gets from behind by the breakers as they roll in the best afternoon paper prin- and dash against him. Absher His hind flippers are of little use on land, and on sand or pebbles, where ted anywhere. bis front flippers do not hold Mr. R. B. WhitespentJSunday labor of floundering forward Iswell, the Has the best corps of correi. so great that he never stirs beyond the edge or with R. 0. Dillingham. the water and usually lies with his pondents. Mr. Wayne Goodelpassed thru body half awash, with the salt spray rain this place a few days ago en dashing over him like torrents of along Covers the Kentucky field per On solid rock or Ice he gets route to Roley. much better, and often a herd will spread several rods back from the wa- fectly. Mrs. C. T. Walling and daugh- ter's edge. Covers the general news field ter, Nellie, of Lezington, visited The females and younger walruses have far less development of neck to relatives here a few days of last Incumber them and therefore enjoy completely. more freedom of motion than the old week. Has the best and fullest may males, who actually seem a great bur Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Thomas and den to themselves. These creatures are strictry social In their habits and kets reports. children, and Miss Eula Martin, always go In herds, whether traveling, DEMOCRATIC in politics bn; of Campbellsville, were here last feeding, fighting or resting ashore. In the davs before the slaughter of nil week to attendjthe funeral of the living creatures became a ruling pas- fair to everybody. sion in the breast of man former's mother, Mrs. S. R. species inhabited the whole the Pacitic of Bering SUBSCRIP-TI0- K Thomas. sea and strait in herds which often SEND YOUR contained thousands and even tens of Misses Bessie and Nellie Gose, thousands of individuals. RIGHT AWAY of Knifley, are visiting their cousGave Himself Away. ins, Ella and Sylva Humphress. A man who Is steadily employed go finally A Splendid Alvin Martin was in Columbia fishing, had a day off and decided to taking his luncheon with him When he reached the creek he discovTuesday. Clubbing Bargain ered that he had dropped the lunch Johnnie, the little son of Mrs. packet somewhere on the road and We OFfer hastened back to look for it PresentMattie Martin, lis sick a t this ly he met a husky negro, who was writing. looking happy and picking his teeth. "Did you find anything on the" road Mr L. Y. Weatherford is now as you came along?" asked the gentleAnd connected with the outside world man. "No, sab," answered the negro. "1 by telephone. didn't find nothing. Couldn't a dog have found It and eat It up?" EveryFarmers are verybusy with body's. The health of this community is as good as could be expected. The Snnday School here is getting along fine. It is better than it has been for a time. Mr. Henry Cundiff, who has been sick, is able to be out again. We are sure glad to see him. Mr. John Faulkner, wife and son, Jeo, were visiting in Columbia recently. Mr. Herbert Cundiff, who has been at home a few days, has returned to his work in Louisville. Wood Montgomery has bought a new buggy. He is not going to stay at home. Last Sunday afternoon was spent at Mr. Hardin 's with a croquet set. Miss Rena Cundiff spent a few days visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Ingram, in Columbia. Mrs, Bettie Hutchison, who has been with her sicktfaughter, en-joyab- THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1913 ly $5.00 YEAR. n THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE L0UISVILEE TIMES FOR ONLY $4.50. I ? The Adair County The Cincinnati The Answer. first ball. their corn planting, Cleopatra's Pearl. The funeral of Mrs. Rebecca Most persons know the story that is told of Cleopatra to illustrate her lux Thomas was largely attended. nrlous habits of living that she disSunday School at Egpyt was solved in her wine a precious pearl. No one seems yet to have questioned organized with good attendance. what must have been the effect upon the drink, but scientists scoff at the Mr. W. A. Humphress spent possibility of such solution. The fad The soluble last Wednesday with C. G. Jef- Is pearls are not vinegar in wine. then affects most powerful fries, at Kniflley. slowly and never entirely dissolves found a Cure for Rheumatism. them, for the organic matter remains behind In the shape of a spongy mass that Is larger than the original pearl. New York Press. Weekly Enquirer Year4 Both One For Only $1.35 Subscriptions may b new or renewal What The Weekly Enquirer Is It is issued every Thursday, Subscription price Si per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklies of It has all the facIII. ties of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtain-in- g the World's events, and for that reason can give you all the leading news. It carries a great amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials market reports. Its nuand reliable merous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. Tnis grand offer is limited and wo advise you to take advantage by subscribing for the above con bination right now. Call or mail orders to, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. y. . In what place did the cock crow when all the world could steak alike? hear him? When rare. In Noah's ark. Why is a gun like a jury? What word is there in the Because it goes off when dis- English language from which you - can subtract twelve and charged. When is money damp? leave ten? When it is due (dew) in the Pretentiousness. Why is ambition like a weath- morning and missed (mist) at at night. er cock? Which is the ugliest hood? Because it's a vain thing to asA falsehood. pire. We hava a good young Jack which Why is a young lady like a very will be peamiited to serve a few mares. bad batsman? Murray Bros. Because she comes out at her. Ad. , Who is a jailer like a musician? Because he fingers the keys. When are a flower and beef- Ronald, Clerk. By Essie Potts, D. C. President Wilson, Secretary of "I suffered with rheumatism for Willing to Help Him. State Bryan and Ambassador two years and could nob get my right "Why don't you want to let me hold Jusserand oi France were among hand to my mouth for that length of your hand?" the speakers at the opening of time," writes Lee L. Chapman, Ma- - "What good would it do you to hold Ipleton, Iowa. "I suffered terrible my hand?" the Continental Congress of the pain so I could not sleep or lie still "It would make me glad and give Daughters of the American Rev- at night. 'Five years ago I began me courage perhaps to to say someusing Chamberlain's. Liniment and in thing that I I er" olution at Washington. "There! Please hold both of my suffered d. two nlonths I was well and have not hands." Chicago Record-Heralwith rheumatism since." ForBurns, Bruises and Soies Ad. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Her Mark Down Mania. The quickest and surest cure for Mrs. Ben ham You are always mak burns, bruises,, boils, sores, inflama-tio- n molehills. Ben-haPresident Wilson has let it be Ing mountains out of always marking And you are 'and all skin diseases is Bucklen's known that he is favorbly dispos- mountains down to molehills. New Arnica Salve. In four days it cured York Press. L. H. Haflin, of Iredell, Texas, of a ed to exempting laborjunions and sore on his ankle which pained him so farmers' organizations rom prosNot a Permanent Return. ul see your married daughter is home he could hardly walk. Should be in ecution under the Sherman antigain." every house. Only 25c. Recommend"Yes, but only for a visit my dear-o-nly trust law. ed by Paull' Drug Co. Ad. for a visit" Detroit Free Press. iUliSdljfl 1 fllllO and Indigestion caused mo great distress for two years. I triet many things for relief, but gotlittlo help, tillat last I found it in the best pills or medicine T tot tried DR. KING'S C.E. Hatfield. Guyaa.tV. re. NewLsfeFiifs 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL I'GGISTS. L I s e? A '- -z- 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS , m Gradyville. & awSG" f ?- We have had beautiful weath sr for the past week or so. Will Lyon, o f Campbellsville, was here the first of. the week calling on our merchants. W. L. Grady attended -v 5 " 5jfrimmmmmW39rA& V T. w Immmtt mmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm- tlfllui the f un-er- al y, -- of his uncle, Dr. John Gra-dat Columbia last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Moss, of Nell community, passed through iere one day the first of the week 9n route to Columbia. .Amos Keltner bought a work raiule from Henry Keltner last Tuesday for $135. Quite a number of our people put in several days of last week sfishing with very good results. Alford Parson has been improving the looks of his dwell-iin- g by giving it a ne"w coat of paint. Rev. John Roach, of Eastfork, who has been in bad health for .several months, was in our midst Slast Tuesday looking well and reports his health greatly improv- BALLARD'S OBELISK flour is sold under the most attractive g plan ever conceived. Each sack contains "good-as-casg Coupons which you can exchange for useful and orna mental articles of value by mail g ing them to The Premium Company at Louisville, Ky. Begin today to save the Coupons which profit-sharinh" ' v&&m'M;:; Profit-Sharin- MKbvMI tmrMK - ' 4 mWmWI .JmKmmW wmmmmwl Profit-Sharin- mmKmmmmmmmwi H B Tti I I mW 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 dair. by Artist 75. There is rot a better bred stallion living than Noble Peacock, and I will guarantee every good mare that is bred to Noble, to bring a high class colt with both ends up. EUtetWJ J fl I mm. w mmmm.mmWillL 11 mmm h .mmwL II .v .; . V-- 1 - Look For our rrviiisuai nit;? w t.;"fn f inn n w. mm mm -- mm --- . .- -? l 3t .- : - iggg&l For sale By FLOWERS & BECK, Columbia, Ky. ed." Mr. J. F. Pendleton, of Greens-tburwas in our community one day last week receiving hogs at sthe market price. g, HIGHWAY and JACK O' DIAMONDS My two fine Jacks will stand for $10.00 for mare mules and $8.00 for horse mules to insure. HIGHWAY'S colts sold last fall as high as $120.00. I sold a pair of the 29th day of March, to W. T. Thompson, of Hart county for $440.00. This was two of the finest mules that were ever raised in Adair county, and they were by Highway. Clem Keltner bought last week :a combined horse from W. H. jRose for $150. 9 DAYS OF BIG SAVINGS TO YOU I The good weather of the past vweek our farmers put in planting corn and quite a number are through. -- Chas. Diddle, one of the L. W. "T. S. students, spent last Friday night with his parents in our tfity. -- have just returned from the Markets with the Biggest and Nicest lines of JACK O'DIAMONDS was 2 years old last fall and isIaTgood prospect. He was sired by G. Y. Thompson's 16 hand Jack, at Centre, Ky., for which Mr. Thompson has been offered $1200. Jack O'Diamond's dam was by Governor St. John a 16 hand Jack.' When you breed to my stock you are breeding to the best. I have been in the Breeding business 34 years, and I do not keep anything but the best. If mare is traded or removed out of the neighborhood where she is bred before folding time the season is then due. Respectfully. Miss Mallie Moss and Mrs. csan Grissom, of Columbia, visited relatives at this place last Saturday and Sunday. We are glad to note that Nat iWalker, who has been troubled vwith rheumatism for the past imonth or so, has about recovered, and is now able to see to $his farm work. Mr. W. B. Scott, a (pensioner, who lived in the ' Western part of this county, died ilast Friday morning with dropsy. Messrs. James Gilpin, Ollie Breeding and Cager Coomer, of .'Sparksville, were in our midst v.one day last week, they report f business very good in their well-know- n com-imunit- W. L. Grady. EVERYTHING IN General Merchandise Ever brought to this part of Adair County, and I want you to see them, and willing to pay you to come and seelny goods and prices R.OOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized Here Is What I Will Give You Sunday in May there will b e sacramental services at Union, preaching at eleven o'clock sharp Sunday School at te;i o'clock, livery body invited to be present. .Mrs. Dunbar, of Jamestown, accompanied by her son, of the Sti. W. T. S., Columbia, spent 3ast Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill, of our city. We have heard our farmers. for the last week or so, about their tobacco .plants disappearing from their beds from some cause. From the way they are talking, there certainly will be a scarcity of plants in this section. .Several of our farmers have adopted a new kind of fertilizer this season, and that is, using Jime on their ground, driving it in with a corn 'drill just like -" .hey would fertilizsr. com-vPlaining Beginnnig Thursday, May 1st, and continuing till Saturday, May 10th, I will give a discount of 10 per cent, from any purchase ammounting to $1.00 or over. Remember this applies to any and every thing I carry. You will find a complete line of Dry Goods and Notions, a nice line of Men's and Boy's Clothing; the fa mous Star Brand of Shoes and Oxfords for Men, Ladies and Children; Men and Ladies' Hats; Hardware, Queensware, Tinware, Groceries, Deering Rakes, Mowers, Binders, Brown and Oliver Cultivators, Disc Harrows,Corn Drills, Section Harrows, Globe Fertilizers, and everything carried in a firstclass store. Come .Please remember that the first while you cansave one-tenof your purchases. Terms Cash or Produce. y. and Printed. - Also Elwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 CO- - th LEE CHELF. P. S. To the lady bringing me the most eggs, during the 9 days I will give a $1.00 dress pattern. To the lady bringing me the most pounds of chickens dur ing the 9 days I will give a $1.00 dress pattern. To the lady or gentleman buying the largest amount of goods during the 9 days I will give $5.00 in gold. Now, Mr. Editor,Nif you eve pass by the way of Barnett's Creek.Rife Creek, and out the Tennessee Ridge, just call your self a United Brethren preacher, then act just like a preacher ougkt to act, and you will find good homes and many kind 12-- 1 1 G Eaat MatKet Street, Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journ- al -- .- RowsX JRoads., I am just in from Casey coun- fcy again. I am trying to keep " 3ip fivelchurches. Thatns quite .a job for a boy of my age, 68 yearsjold. M& end of 12 were married last week. months, I think I would have Mr. Sam Stevenson and wife, a better road than I am afraid of Columbia, are visiting the lat we will have now we are pajing ,ters father, Mr. Bill Cook, this five or six hundreddollars for a week. man to ride over the ounty to' Knifley. look at the road. That won't fill up a mud hole. What we Miss Sallie E. Murphy, of Caneed on the roads is work, and sey countv and Miss Nannie Kus-sel- l, friends. this tax money to make bridges of Columbia, visited friends along very well etc. I am getting and relatives in this neighborwith my church work. I want Some of the people were about hood a few days last week. all good people to pray for- me ready to pray for it to rain, but Wilbur Beard bought of Lon-z- y for I need their prayers to help the good Lord saved them Qf the Per,kinsvQne cow and calf, me on in my good work. job, a.good rain fell last night. price $55.50!N!i' ... r Now as to the roa4 law., I ..J K ft? . ' J3mmerr and Aida McKinley T, think it the thinest thingpyefc, t I am' not opposed but the way much spent. Give me 1.r auu Avt wiimt! ui ,.pfnjav- . uvc uiuco wlaw to ZtW with 12 hands and $50 tlictah sheiamucnttertnanaewasr sola one cow .. r T.i iS mom.ua agu, and calf tor" a Mr. Wethington, not to go m some doss's poem ,:vjji: -book, but on that road in extra "Alvin McElroy and Dora Wells for $50. work, and at the - We Issue a Leaflet Illustrating NOBBY STYLES IN Lace Curtains Ranging in Price From 9&o TO $1.69 jpEM TA-Drop us a Card to-day m And we would like the readers of The Adair County News to write for one of thase booklets as the values are unusually fine and the curtains without doubt modem and beautiful. . MemberSvR. M. A. Fares Refunded" Hubbuch Bros., f & Weliendorff K" Incorporated . - -- , oiph.-Brya. nt 522 and 524 West Market St! J- ' , a-ie- Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. - 17, ?