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County Graded School. wife Leslie county is as dry as a powder of H. E. Baker, died at Uampbells-ville- , horn. Recently Isaac Pope, of that last Thursday night, and the in- county, went from home, but before terment was In Brookside Cemetery starting, Robert walker, a friend, Friday. She was a lady of many ex- gave Pope a dollar and told him to cellent traits of character, a devout bring him a quart of whiskey. Walkmember of the Baptist church. She er got the liquor, but Pope was indictwas about fifty-fiv-e years old' and was ed, tried and fined. The case went to a dauehter of Judtre B.. S. Montaerue. the Court of Appeals and a few days who died many years ago. Her sur ago Judge Lassiug rendered an opinviving husband, Mr. Horace E. Ba- ion, the other Judges on the bench ker, was born and reared in Columbia. agreeing, sustaining the judgment of The deceased was also known to many the lower court. The opinion was as residents of this place, and her demise follows: "Any person or corporation brought sorrow to all her friends. carrying intoxicating liquors into loBesides the husband, she is survived cal option territorj', even for accomby eight children. May God comfort modation, except common carriers to them in the great affliction that has licensed druggists, are liable to a fine come to the home that will never of from $20 to $100 and from 10 to 20 again seem the same, for there is no days in jail or both." It was agreed Tuesday night Piano Graduates' Recital 8 o'clock. Baccalaureate sermon Rev. Craw Thursday night Expression Graduford, Sunday night, May Eighteenth, ates' Recital S o'clock. Presbyterian church at eight o'clock. Friday night Recital by Music Class Day Tuesday afternoon, May 8 o'clock. Twentieth, Golumbia Graded School, Saturday night An Evening of Plays two o'clock. by Expression Department 8 o'clock. Class Address Judge H. C. Baker, Tuesday evening, May Twentieth, at Sunday morning Commencement eight o'clock, Christian church. Sermon at Methodist Church by Rev. ield Day Wednesday, afternoon, A. R. Kasej. De-partm- Winners Field Day May 9, 1913, 1 p. m. Timekeeper, J. O. Russell Judges: G. R. Reed, T. E. Jeffries, J. W. Flowers. May Twenty-firs- t, Fair Grounds, one d, o'clock. Commencement Exercises Th evening, May Twenty-secon- urs-da- y ercises at real home without mother. They should be comforted, however, for they have been taught "that in my Father's house there are many Lindsey-Wilso- n Parade. mansions; were it not so I would have Every body in Columbia was called told you. I go to prepare a place for from their places of business last Friyou." day forenoon to witness the parade of the Lindsey-Wilso- n students. The Will Not be Raised. young ladies were all dressed in white, many of them carrying flags and the Judge X. H. Moss, Gordon Mont- school penant. The young men were gomery, John Wolford, A. D. Patte-so- n attractively atcired, making the proand J. Z. Conover, who went be- cession a fine drawing card for the fore the Board of Equalization, Frank- Field Day exercises which opened in fort, last week, accomplished their the afternoon. jSo finer body of young purpose. The County Judge had been gentlemen and ladies has ever been on notified to appear and show cause why parade in this town. the property of Adair county should not be raised 10 per cent. After the Notice. Board heard the statements of the Adair delegation it decided not to raise the county a saving of 32,500 to The Town Council and the Board of the county. Praise is due the above Health have set apart Thursday and named gentlemen for their prompt at- Friday, May the 15th and 16th, as cleaning up days. Every house-keeptention to the matter. and every business man is required to clean Uis premises, looking especialAuction Sale. ly after the back yards and back lots. Gather up all the old rubbish tin On Saturdays May 31, 1913, we will cans, old broken bottles, old stoves, sell at auction our household goods and and tin ware, old clothing, old shoes, hotel fixtures in Russell Springs, Ky. and everything that is offensive to 16 Dressers, 16 washstands, 16 iron bed- the eye or ear. Put the rubbish in steads, 16 cotton mattresses, a great boxes and barrels and place them number of chairs, tables, stoves, table- near the streets and alleys, where the ware, bowls and pitchers, and many wagon which will be sent around on other things too numerous to mention. Saturday can get at them. When you We will also sell or exchange our Rus- read this notice, remember it means sell Springs property"'as" a whole or you. The town Marshal and the will sell in lots any part of it private. Health Officer will see that this orSale will begin at 10 o'clock, Satur- der is complied with. Signed by day morning, the 31st of May. W. R. Myers of the Town Council, t. Ad. Bicknell & Harris. U. L. Taylor, of the Board of Health. er Presbyterian church, eight o'clock. PLAYS. "At The End of The Rainbow," given by High School pupils Wednesthat Pope got nothing for carrying day evening, May 14th, Court-housthe liquor, not even a drink. e, Monday morning Graduation ExLindsey-Wilso- n 10 o'clock, Chapel. Address at 11 o'clock by Rev A. R. Kasey. very large crowd was in attendance and the exercises were of unusual interest. The program and A winners follow: 1 Program. The followinf is the piogram of ercises at Antioch church the third ex- 100 yd. .dash 16 and under Carl Ballou. Running Broad Jump William Hudson. Glove Knife First, Fountain Reed & Miller Rev. Chandler Wilson & Gill Blue & White 2S-2- On account of two baccalaureate sermons to be preached in this place next Sunday, the Baptist people will Known Here. Announcement has been received in Rev. A. R. not hold any service. Kasey' will speak in the forenoon at this city of the marriage, on April 5th, of Miss Arrelda Roberts, of Verona, the Methodist Church before the Lind-sey-Wilson pupils, and Rev. Crawford will address the Graded School at the Presbyterian Church in the evening. Every body invited to attend the services. Ky., to Mr. Omer H. Powers. Miss Roberts has many friends here, where she formerly taught in the Graded School. Mr. and Mrs. Powers will make their home in Verona. Keep up with the dates at the Lindsey-Beginning this, (Tuesday) evening, there will be four entertainments this week. The entertainments will come in the following order: Piano graduates recital, Tuesday evening. Expression graduates recital Thursday evening. Piano recital, Friday evening. An evening of plays Saturday evening. Eld. W. G. Montgomery will assist Eld. Z. T. Williams in a series of meetings which will begin at the Christian church, this place, the first Sunday in June. Miss Mamie Depp, of Glasgow, pleasantly remembered here, will lead the song service. The of all the denominations in Columbia is requested by the pastor. Wilson. mediate Grades, Wednesday evening, 1 House called to order, by Rev. I. May 21st,' C. H. S. Chapel nine o'clock. M. Grimsley. Everyone invited to attend all of 2 Song, by class. these exercises. 3 Song, led by Olie Rowe. 4 Duet. Musical Recital. 5 Solo. 6 Class singing. 7 Sunday School. The Pianoforte recital by the pupils 8 Recess. of Mrs. Geo. W. Lowe's class, last 9 Song, by class. Friday evening, was a decided success 10 Sermon, by Rev. T. J. Campbell. in every particular. The Parlor Cir11 INbon. cle Hall could not accommodate many 12 Male quartette. who called to seek entrance The 13 Anthem. playing of the young ladies showed 14 Duet, by Miss Irene Akin and skill and great advancement, and Mr. Sam Baker. lovers of music pronounce it one of Teachers and singers are invited to the best and most faultless entertain- come and take part. Every body that ments ever given in Columbia. Mrs. wants dinner, bring it. Lowe should feel gratified at the showing made by he pupils, and the How to Collect Accounts. pupils should feel proud of their teacher. Miss Loretta Dunbar, a most pleasWe collect notes and accounts and ing reader, assisted inthe entertainment and she acquitted herself well, look after claims anywhere in the and also delighted the audience. United States and make no charges unless we collect. R. L. Johnston Dead. May's Collection Agency, Ad. Somerset, Ky. A telegram received here Monday morning by Mrs. A. I. Hurt stated U. G. McFarland, a deputy United that her brother,' Richard Lee John- States Marshal, well known in Columston, died at his late home, in Little bia, was shot in the breast on Meshack Rock Ark., on May 11th at 7 o'clock, a. creek, Metcalf county, early Monday m. The deceased was 61 years old morning. He was attempting to arand is survived by his wife and five rest moonshiners. children, namely: Mrs. P. V. Grissom, Mrs. Walter Rowe, Mrs. Willard Read Dr. Alper's "ad" in Welch, Mr. R. L. Johnston, Jr., of paper. The doctor is n here. Little Rock, and Mrs. George Chambers, of Oklahoma, and one sister, Mrs. To Stock Breeders A. I. Hurt, who resides here, two brothers, S. D. Johnston, of Mariana, Ark., and W. E. Johnston, of I have a three year old half Coach Ky. horse out of a Red Squirrel mare. He is a good one, and will be permitComing Term of Circuit Court. ted to serve a limited number of mares, at S8.00 to insure. I also have a splendid Jack, service, coming May term of the For the 23 ap- 86.00. Adair Circuit Court, there are r J. C. Browning, pearance suits, divided as follows; 15 Milltown, Ivy. Equity causes, 5 Common Law, and 3 to-day- eight o'clock. "Bibi" given by Primary and Inter- Sunday: 2 3 One Mile Race 1 Pea Second. Tennis Racket st, Fred Rainwater, 2nd, Adair Hodges. Box Candy 4 Hoop Race I Nell & McCandless st, Elma Stephenson, 2nd Leontine Leachman. 5 6 7 Wheel Barrow Race . Cuff Buttons Frank Sinclair. Williams John Flowers Cash Stephenson and Ben Rowe. 100 yd dash 14 under Stanley Smith. Watch-R- ev. 440 yd dash 1 First; Tie, Belt, Silk Hose Second, Box of Stationery st, Rainwater, 2nd, Parrigen. Stick Pin First, N. B. Kelsay Dr. Triplett 8 9 Somersault Race Robt. Williams. Pole Vault Tie Rack-C- lint Second, Hair Cut, Shampoo and Shine 1st, Rainwater, 2nd, Guy Stevenson. 1 Smith & Co. Lowe & Clark 0 Hurdle Race First, Watch Chain Second, Lindsey Pennant Dr. Cartwright Blue & White Robt 11 12 Willis. Box of Candy Egg Race Lula Williams. One-ha- lf Nell & McCandless Russell & Col. Mae Run 1 " First, Pair of Eclipse Shoes Second, Knife st, Rainwater, 2nd, Adair Hodges. First, Shirt, Tie and Silk hose-B- Page & Taylor lue 13 100 yd dash . & White 's Second, Silk hose Carl Ballou. Tanner Ottley well-know- 14 15 Apple Eating Contest Lula Williams. Shot Put . Box Candy Nell & McCandless Mill-tow- n, Stick Pin and Tie Clasp -- Dr. Flowers Azro Hadley. 16 Half Hammer , $1.00 J. F. Patteson Dr. MurrelU Smith Roy Hadley. 17 18 19 Three-Legge- d Race Two Boxes of Stationery Hadley and Strange. ' Rainwater. Sack Race Tie Clasp-- Dr. "The Value of Man" was Rev. J. S. Chandler's subject last Sunday night. It was not our pleasure to hear it, but it is spoken of as one of the finest discourses delivered in this town for a long time. It is said to have abound-- . ed in thoughts that every man in the community should have heard. The school money is here, and Miss Pearl llmdman is ready to make final aettlemeut with the teachers. The Superintendent requests the teachers to call before Friday and Saturday, as she will be in the examination on those days. Hrs. Zach Bardm,who lived at Bliss, this county, died last Wednesday morning. She had been sick forabout a year. The interment was the day following, and many friends attended. m Columbia Lodge, No. 96, Free and has been Accepted Masons, will meet next Fri- and the farmers throughout the counday evening. A full attendance is ty have got in their crops. desired. Work in the third degree. Eld. Tobias Huffaker will preach at next Sunday at The two men and a woman arrested Gooden School-hous- e fc Albany Lauding, last week, charg- - the eleven o'clock hour. & with robbing the Monticello post-A little son of Mr. John Barnes, proved to be not the parties fjBce, week. Jamestown, died one day-las- t tinted. Mrs. James nolladay, of this county, gathered one hundred dozen eggs from eighty hens during the month of April. Appeals. On the Commonwealth's Docket are Prof, and Mrs. P. D. UeilsCn enterbe11 Felonies and 83 Misdemeanors, tained the graduating class and the fore the court. teachers of the L. W. T. S., last Mon"Mother's Day" was observed at the day .evening. Refreshments were servChristian Church last Sunday forenoon ed and delightful music rendered. The program was entertaining, and white flowers were very much in eviWanted, sewing and hair to braid. dence. Eld. Williams' sermon on same Mrs. Jo Thompson. John F. Richardson,, who. lived at Columbia, Ky. . Knilley, Adair county, was run over subject, was full of good expressions, by a freight train last Tuesday week, nis tribute to mother was beatitiful near Winchester, and killed. He left and pathetic. Ladies of the Bapt'ist church will Adair county about one week before give an ice cream and strawberry supMr. Geo. Akin, of Sparksville, who the accident occurred. Persons who is at all times looking out for some- per at the court-hous- e this (Wednes know him say he was a dissipated day evening. Every body invited. thing good to eat, and he invariably man. fiuds it, went to Cumberland river last fifty pounds of I keep on hands a full stock of week and .There are eight announced candi- fine fish. caught about coffins and caskets, also robes; dates for jailer on the Democratic hearses. Prompt service nighb or day. ticket. If the party should equally A holiness baud of colored people divide its vote less than two hundred from Dayton, Ohio, gave a service on Phone 29. 45-- 1 yr would nominate. J. F. Triptett, the public square last Saturday about Ad. Columbia, Ky. . Up to Wednesday night sunset. Voters who are signing petitions they will preach in the colored school should bear in mind that if they sign house. Be at the court-hous- e this (Wednesmore than one candidate for a for day) evening. An interesting play by particular office, the name will not The time for furnishing the Louis- pupils of the Graded School. be counted. ville Daily Herald, one year, for SI. 75 has expired. No more subscriptions To Timber Men. For the last two weeks the weather at that price will be received at this propicious for corn planting, 26-3t Ad. 220 yd Dash First. Fountain Pen Neilson & Moss Second, Stick Pin and Cuff Buttons Neilson & Moss 1st, Rainwater, 2nd, Parrigen. 20 .' 21 22 23 . , Girls' Relay Race , Shoe Race Potato Race First, Box of Candy Blue & White Second, Box of Candy Flowers & Beck Philomatheis. $5.00 Gold Cuff Robt. Willis. Buttons-P- auli Dr-i- g Co' ' Rainwater. Bffl Book-Ste- vens & Smith. Society Relay Race First. Box of Cigars Second, Case of My Cola Columbia Debating Society. J. P. MiHer Columbia Bottling Co. Jeffries Hardware Co 24 High Jump ' Razor Adair Hodges. Gold Medal, by A. R. Kasey, to the Winner of Highest number of Points Gold Medal, Rainwater. How ths Vote Stands faxes Warned. Grey Foxes S2.50, Ued Foxes SS.J; Minks SG.00 to SS.00 each; Coons 31.2e 39,360 33,700 and express. Send name of j'our ex- -, 25,650 press office in first letter. 17,250 11,250 Ad. 6,150 W. The following is the standing of the candidates at the Parlor Circle, up to and including last Saturday night: office. Dora Eubank Mary Smith representing E. R. Spotswood In a very few days the Lindsey-Wilso- n & Son, Lexington, Ky. I want to buy and the Public School will boundaries of timber in Adair and ad close for the summer. It will seem a joining counties. Address, long time to Columbians until the C. M. Herriford, first of September. Columbia, Ky. likely several mHloiwiiijOrse dealers will be here y I am Xell Tarter Eva Walker Margaret Lovett Latitia Paull For Sale. Box 232 Campbellsville, T. Uodgen, Ky. For Sale It is most in regular standing requested to be at the hall next are Thursday night. There will be work. All Odd-Fello- ing not enough to damage A slight frost here Mondav morn- Rheumatism Quickly Cured. of circuit Born, to the wife of J. R Garnett, nexfrfrwiftayfrt-&isfc,,da"My sister's husband had an attack court. It woaJtJ'giod idea for May 5, 1913, a son. of rheumatism in his arm," writes a farmers who have mUTtoitable stock to n resident of Newton, Iowa Court will open next Mon- bring it to. town. Circuit gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's "I day and a large crowd will be drawn Liniment which he applied to his arm Columbia. to Notice. and on the next morning the rheumatism was gone." For chronic muscuJohn A. llobson, Grcensburg, Ky., will pay An all day's auction at D. L. Wil- lar rheumatism you will find nothing you best prices for your hogs, sheep better than Chamberlain's Liniment. son's store Saturday, Mayl-7- , 1913. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad. t Ad. Ad. Write or phone him.' well-know28-l- that Ad. 27-- tf House and lot in front of Lindsey- -' Three nice cottages, two with six Wilson Campus. An excellent opporrooms each, one with three rooms, tunity for a family with children to good water and out buildings, lots ad-- 1 put in school, address, join. The rental value pays taxes, in', Prof. P. D. Neilson, surance and interest on S4,000. Columbia, Ky.' Address H. 2f. Beauchamp, 24t-- f Box 222, Adv, Campbellsvllle, Ky. 16-t- f. court-hous- Do nob fail to see the play at e this (Wednesday) evening. office dated February 12, 1913. We would bo glad if some friendK would send a copy of the !News to the tffis THE ADAIR 30UNTY NEWS The Horse and the Gumdrops. one day in midwinter on a street in one of the fiarge cities. Two large horses were pulling a great wagon filled with heavy mail bags, and as they attempted to turn the corner, one of them slipped on the icy pavement and fell to the Wisdom. Black Rot. DEPARTING FROM OLD TRADITIONS High Schools Aid In Develop- 0. G. BABDWICN. Pres. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres.; B. H. BIETZMAN. Sec It happened Some very serious mistakes have been made in human affairs by supposing that learning and contact with books and schools would confer that highest of all human qualities wisdom. Theoretically speaking, a sound and The name of this disease itself really tells the whole story. The comb turns black and the tissues seem to be dead and the diseased W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 parts will rot off or become sep- .ground. The driver, who was in a hurry to deliver the mail at the station where the train was already made up to carry it to the West, tried in every way he could think of to get the horse on his feet again, but all efforts failed. As soon as the animal would get fto his knees and attempt to rise, his broad, smooth shoes would slip and down he would go again. A crowd of people had collected, some offered suggestions, others simply stood and looked on, never even trying to help .either the horse or his driver. "Then a gentleman carne'gacross the street to see what was the trouble. When he took in the'situation, she walked a little way down the .street and purchased a cent's ssvorth of gumdrops from a ven-de- r, then came back andunfold-an- g his morning paper, laid two of the sweet balls upon itfwithin fiasy reach of the horse's head. The horse smelled the candy, .nd lapping one up, soon3his sznouth was drooping with satisfaction. He did not swallow it, but rolled it adout on his tongue as if he was trying to make it Izst as long as possible. Then ?he took the second drop, and in a 'minute or two made another attempt to rise, jnst as though he nust do something to pay for 'the treat. The gentleman and ihe driver then spread a large blanket on the pavement, and, setting his feet on this, the ani-anwas able to get up without difficulty. "An Eskimo will work an entire day for a single gumdrop," said the gentleman, as the horse iinally got on his feet, "so why should not a big, strong horse do the same?" That question was siot answered by the laughing 'Cro'.vd, but the driver o f the wagon said those gumdrops ji'were worth their weight in oldtohim." "I'll always carry some candy in mjT pocket," he shouted as he drove briskly off to the waiting train. All the beating in the world would not have accomplished what a little thought and the reward of the sweets did in this case. Animalr are all alike in this respect, and so are most girls and boys if they are scold-,e- d and driven they are very apt t o balk. Treat them with thoughtful kindness and reward them with a trifling gift, and there is not much you cannot get them to do for you. Remember this when you are dealing with the little folks and with dumb animals. -al thorough education ought to bring wisdom in its training, but it often fails. A certain very successful physician was once consulted by a patient who asked this question: "Doctor is it best for a man to give up all he knows about his own case and take the word of a doctor for it?" The answer was as iollows and ifwas a truly wise and comprehensive one: "Well, that depends upon how much wisdom either the patient or the doctor has. All patients should understand their body well, for they have had a good deal of experience with it, but they don't; they lack the power of wise deduction. All doctors should have the ability to diagnose the disease correctly and judge wisely what is the trouble, but they don't. They may have great learning, but they lack the power of wise judgment. Learning helps, but wise judgment is the supreme quality after all. It is a born gift." We have often thought of this doctor's remark as applied to the farmer. The knowledge and mental training that comes through books and schools is a great help, but it is not wisdom of judgment. Some men seem to have this gift of wise judgment even with very limited education. Other men with abundant schooling lack wisdom, the power to judge best what to do next. This individual equation, the man behind the farm, is a great thing. The power to choose wisely has always been esteemed one of the highest of human gifts. Coupled with energy it is what makes the great farmer, the great general, the great statesman. Ordered to Work., Gov. arated in time from the rest of ing Kentucky Fruit Growing. the comb and leaves a very unsightly stump as when the comb has been frosted. Black rot is 60,000 TREES IN ONE PLOT. found only in high combed breeds, only rare cases of black Extensive Apple Growing Associations rock in birds that have low Launched In Rowan and Hardin Counties Movement Means Wider combs. The cause of this troubUse of Agriculture and Horticulture In Rural High Schools of the Strte. le is due from improper circulation of blood through the comb The present year has seen a great which causes the tissues to be- Impetus given to the fruit growing interests Kentucky. 1 DEALERS IN ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftlRTeeNTFHAftlN. LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work come dead. Most everyjcase of black rot will be caused from some kind of liver trouble. Every time the liver gets out of order the comb will show it and tells the whole story. in Two different sections of the state have launched apple growing extensive associations. Both in Iiowan and in Hardin counties the work has been helped and developed by our state department of agriculture. The department has furnished these counties ' JOBBING WORK SOLICITED rJSggllS AH Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - In the early stages of3black rot the comb will be just a little dark, generally thespoints be- &llh als ' ' come pale or purplish, and in a days the whole comb will few become dark. Cases where the bird is in a healthy condition and with strong vitality thediseased portion of the comb .will sep arate from the other and fal) off leaving the stump. The color changes from a purple to a blue and then to black. The bird will not have much appetite, and will stand around in a stupid po00,000 NEWLY GRAFTED APrLE TREES. sition and will have very little with four standard varieties of apple trees free of charge and has also energy. agreed to advise and train the memJust as soon as you notice a bers of the association in the care and bird of your flock witha dark general cultivation of the young trees comb you should catch it at once and orchards during the nest five years. and place in a coop, and begin "When the newly grafted young tree3 immediate treatment, for in ad- were received by the association in Rowan county they were divided vanced stages of black rot treat- among the members, to be placed in the ment is of little value then and home gardens forcounty summer's growth. In Hardin it was denothing can be done. Feed plen- cided best to plant and cultivate the ty of Green food and do not give G0.000 young trees in one nursery plot. While plans were being discussed as stimulants; see thatfthe bird has to the best place and manner of caring for this nursery work the agriplenty of sunlight and fresh air. cultural class of the county high school Paint the comb three times a offered to take the trees and carry them through the summer transday with the following lotion: planting time next autumn. until The Daily WiWlwA ' e11 Tlpl limes News ?1m And The County s the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wbo- drow TVilson for the The campaign is on and if youwanfc to in touch with all the parties keep water one ounce, fertile piece of sod land of an ounce,'and tcarbol-i- c was broken and carefully prepared for the tender young stock. acid crystale one grain. Now planting took place was The day the made someadd one teaspoonful of muriate thing of a gala day for the students, especially as two experts from the of ammonia to each pint of the state agricultural station, a government a glycerinejthree-fourth- s Just next to the high school at Eliz-abethto- throughout the United States sub- scribe for the Times. We drinking mater, this't'will help the liver perform the duties for the "Tired-out- Weak and Nervous. Hatfield, of West Virginia, has done what no other tablespoonful daily. state executive ever did. He has one-haordered 10,000 striking coal min- Now the treatment of blackrot ers to go to work. True, as me- will be of little value ."as I said diator between the operators and above, but the proper way to bethe miners he has succeeded in gin treatment is to locate the adjusting all differences except cause underlying the trouble and that relating to recognition of the try to prevent more case3 from union, which he says is a matter appearing and deal with the old which the operators and miners cases the best way you can. can settle themselves; and he re- Mild cases can be cured if taken gards this of so little importance in time, but advanced cases compared to the interests of the treatment will not do much good. state, which has now expended Health a Factor In Success. approximately a million dollars in maintaining order in the coal The largest factor contributing to a undoubtedly health. regions, that he feels justified in man's success is has been observed that a man is It issuing the order that he has. seldom sick when his bowels are regAs chief executive of the state ularlie is never well when they are constipated For constipation you will he probably is justified in taking find nothing quite so good as Chamthe position he has, but it is a berlain's Tablets. They not only move improve the appetite question whether or not the op- the bowels but the digestion. They and strengthen Ad. erators and miners will recognize are sold by Paull Drug Co. the importance of 'the interest lf expert and a Louisville newspaper man came to inspect the work. When the 00,000 trees, onough to set 1,500 acres, were stacked in the side more easily. yard they did not look as if they would Phosphate of soda is also said require much time to plant. Put after to be good; give the3 sick bird the bundles were opened and tiny can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for S4.50 per year Come the office or mail in your subscription. to i E?&&-i2&afc- t i W v HC . 1 m urn iik If SHIlB B BoTiiI bAT .. ?. " "V ' VJV Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh man school hoys setting out ioun'g STOCK. sensible thing for health-tak- e Electric Bitters. .Kothing better for the etomach, liver or kidneys. Thousands say they owe their lives to' this won-- . derful home remedy. Mrs. O. Rhine-vaul- t, of Vestal Center, K". Y., says: 1 "I regard Electric Bitters as one of the greatest of gifts. I can never forget what it has done fori me." Get a a differbottle yourself and ence it will make in your health. jd'Only 50c and $1.00. Recommended by .Paull.Drug Co. Ad. see-wh- weak, nervous men and women would feel ambitious, energetic and full of life and always have a good appetite, if they would do the , bunches that could be held in one hand were seen to contain seventy-fiv- e or a hundred small trees the boys stared first at the bundles and then at the well worked ground. The splendid part of this work lies in the fact that the high school is stepping outside of the old, narrow, musty limits of educational tradition and is floing something of very definite value for the community. It will undoubtedly be of great benefit to the boys who In June Harvard University tlo the work, their fathers, their friends which the governor represents. in gaining a If they do not, it is barely possi- will bestow the degree of doctor jmd neighbors, education willnew viewpoint of what mean in ble that, as chief executive, the of philosophy upon Norbert the coming years. The governor may take another step Weiner, eighteen years old. "Not sources development of Kentucky's reshould be the first aim of every citizen, and when the enormous pracwhich will be even more drastic so wurst." tical value of this work is realized it state operation of the mines, will give a great impetus to every form , The University of Chicago of agricultural endeavor. indicated by his threat to call If this work is a pronounced success the legislature into extra session. professor who says that when this year it will naturally mean a widand This would be revolutionary in the temperature goes up morals er use of agricultureschoolshorticulture over the in our rural high the extreme, and yet might also go down has yet to reconcile his whole state. 'When this comes it will also mean that each community will be justified by the exigencies of saying with the fact that waves be willing to put much larger sums of it has the situation in West Virginia. of crime occur most frequently money Into, its school than many in high the past. Let us hope that in the winter. Grit. schools will follow this splendid start. ! -- -- American and European Plans RATES: American Plan $2.00 and up European Plan $1.00 and up We serve the best American Plan meals in the South The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. Herman Steinhilber, Manager The Adair County News and Weekly Cour- ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. t"3Kt- - 'J r - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Birdseve view of our Plant TRAIN YOUR BOYS AND GIRLS RIGHT Don't Let Them Waste Time on Useless Studies. Courting Thirty Years. Opinions have alwas varied concerning how long matrimonial engagements should last, and most people are agreed that they should not last more than a year or two. Recently, however, some cases have come to light of loving couples having waited for so long before they were able to marry that when the "happy day" arrived they had developed into quite old men and women. At the beginning of the present year, for instance, a German maker, named Hessberg, led to the altar a woman to whom he had been engaged for over 30 years. When he was quite a young man, only 28, in fact, he met and fell in love with a charming young girl, to whom he slipper-- Getting It Back. y V2- A county visitor at Every dne knows that the dfg hotel, having a dread of pick- mond is only charcoal crystal-iixe- d; pockets, went to the clerk and but there are a great", handed him a hundred-dolla- r many other things in Nature? bill to be put in the safe. that, though possessing widely ' York a New Scientific Puzzle. WHAT A Boy CAN YOU EXPECT? "Largest in Dixie" Trained For a Profession Is Not Apt to Be Contented or Successful, as a Farmer" Yet Agriculture Is Quite as Important as the Classics or the "Learned" Professions. W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Windows, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Buggies Surreys Runabouts. Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A Gar Load Of Buggies Every Saturday. Saturday June 22nd. Main Street Greensburg was Blocked for two hours with Buggies sold by "Wood Lewis. 4 Could you expect to rear a fine trot ting horse or a good steady farm animal if you sent the beast in its early youth to a man who trained a stableful of fancy saddle stock? Can you expect your boy to go through the ordinary rural higli school and have him "stay hitched" on the farm? These propositions are identical. The average county high school holds up ideals and teaches topics that will necessarily lead the boy to sigh for a city career in the learned professions, so called. Are you and I to blame? Of course we are. It is only necessary for the parent, the taxpayers, the everyday folks who hold the purse strings to say: "Here, we have had enough of an education that is so old that it is musty an education that is all books. Give Dur children an education that fits them for life here at home." This new education that will fit people for life is coining, but it is coining too slowly in the country. Our very best young blood is being siphoned out Df the country and into the city. The cities do not need this fine new blood; the country does. It is quite easy to say that the cry Is rising, "Back to the farm." But it is not at all easy for the city man to 0 in fact, the city man, the man bred and born in a big city, can hardly go back to the soil with any degree of certainty that he will succeed. He lacks the technical part of farm work that comes through daily contact with live, growing things, that contact which the country boy has had since the day he first began to notice things. If these statements seem at all too strong simply pick up the Kentucky Educational Directory of 1912. Turn to the list of county high schools on page 34 and run through them. Out of about ISO approved high schools 114 are classical or English high schools are scientific high and only thirty-si- x schools. j During the day Town Marshall called! i on to clear the street. pushed through schools that are classical in their tendencies just so long will our rural population drift cityward, for their education has developed them most carefully for that life. IF YOUR BOY IS TO FARM TRAIN HIM FOR A FARMER. IF YOUR BOY IS TO BE A PROFESSIONAL MAN TRAIN HIM IN THAT DIRECTION. Just so long as our country boys are i What is the cause of these Phenominal! -- THIS 1850? IS 1913. Would you plant and harvest as in I Sales. Quality, Would you light your house as in Would you cook over the fire as in 1850? 1850? Styles and Easy RidlngJ Would you use a "muzzle loader" as In 1850? 1850? Asking for it the next day, he was thunderstruck when the functionary to whom he.bad given the money coolly denied any recollection of the matter, Thereupon the countryman went to a lawyer. "Get another hundred-dolla- r bill," said the lawyer, "and go, accompanied by a friend, back to the hotel; apologize to the clerk for your mistake; say it was a defect of memory; attribute it to drink or deposit the second hundred dollars in the presence of your plighted his troth. The marriage friend, and come back to me." actually settled when a rich aunt The mystified ruralist obeyed threatened to disinherit him if his instruutions to the very letter he should wed the lady of his "Now," said the lawyer, "go choice. Accordingly the wed- back alone to the clerk and ask ding was postponed jruntil the him for the hundred dollars. aunt died, but when her will was Knowing that your friend saw read it was found that she had him receive it, he will give back left her money to her nephew the second hundred-dolla- r bill. only onjj conditions that he did Then take your friend with you not marry his sweetheart until the next day, approach the clerk, 30 years from the time of his ask him boldly for that hundred Hessberg and dollars, and, as aunt's decease. there was no withis sweetheart consulted togeth- ness to your receipt of the secer over what they should do, and ond bilt, he will be forced to refinally decided to wait Lthe 30 turn the first also." years before becoming united. The ruse provpd completely In February last the long period successful. of waiting expired, and the hapThe lawyer sent his bill the py but much!' aged couple were next day. It was for a fee of made man and wife. one hundred dollars. A romantic marriage took place at a Congregational church in Derbyshire, England, a few Mast Prompt and Effective Cure for Bad Colds months ago. The bride and bride-groohad been engaged to one When you have a bad cold you want another for nearly40 years. The a remedy that will not only give relief, and permareason for thisjlengthy courtship nent but effect a prompt is pleasant to cure, a remedy that was that the bride had promised take, a remedy that contains nothing her dying mother that she would injurious. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets all these requirements. It take care of an afflicted acts on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, brother, thus making her aids expectoration, opens the secretions and restores the marriagei mpossible. When at healthy condition. This system to a remedy has last the brother died she was free a world wide sale and use, and can to wed the man who had waited always be depended upon. Sold by Ad. Paull Drug Co. for her so long, and the nuptials were celebrated amid the rejoicWashing a Hill Away. ing of ofjthe countryside. absent-mindednes- s; different properties, are composed of exactly aqua! quantities of the same elements. The white of an egg and rattlesnake poison are formed o" identically the same amounts o5 the same elements. The oil of roses and common coal gas are each formed alike,-bot- h being composed of four atoms of hydrogen and fous atoms of carbon. Sugar and gum arable are like wise brothers of the same weight and texture. All the hydrocarbons, knowr to science as a combination of 1( atoms of hydrogen and tern atoms of carbon, are alike in their composition. To enumer- ate some: Oil of orange, lemonr cloves, ginger and black pepper The suggested explanation of" these peculiarities, is that the-atoare placed differently toward one another in the mole-culeof the different substances. Other things just as peculiar are evident when certain substances are united chemically. Thus hydrogen gas, which and nitrogen gas,, which is also odorless, when united, go to make ammonia, which has a very strong odor. Copper, which has no odor, and zinc, which also has none, when melted and mixed to give us brass, produce a substance with, a characteristic smell. s m Wonderful Skin Salve. Euckleu's Arnica Salve is knowir everywhere as the best remedy made for all diseases of the skin, and also for burns, bruises and boils. Reduced inllamation and is soothing and healing. J. T. Sossaraan, publisher of News, of Cornelius, X. C, writes that one box helped his serious skin ailments after other remedies failed. Only 25c. Recommended by Paul Ad- - Drug Co. Short stops. Would you breed razorbacks as in REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy planned in 1S30? If your children are to live and earn the1 a living in 1913 would it not be better man, the Mower and Binder man, to give them a 1913 education? Gasoline the man, Engine Implement man. Farm - If everything on 3our farm and in your home bears the mark of 1913 why will you insist upon a school that was BY ALL MEANS. WOODSON GREENSBURG, KV. LEWIS Superintendent Barker has the right He proposes to establish an agricultural course in the West Liberty high school. That should have been done at the outset Wonder if there be any who are so shortsighted as to oppose? We hope not. An awful howl would be raised if some one should propose to take history, grammar or civics out of the curriculum. Agriculture is just as important as either of Idea. these. Editorial rier. Licking Valley Cou- The Adair County News and Daily -- $500 IN GOLD FOR PRIZES IN CORN AND TOMATO GROWING. Courier-Journ- al TWO CAPITAL PRIZES OF WHO ARE MEMBERS OF CLUBS WORKING IN KEN- - 4 TDCKY. IT IS HOPED THAT THESE TWO HUGE PRIZES WILL CAUSE THE YOUNG- --iUIIB w nwira.wfc-w- " STERS TO PUSH THEIR and li'lire 'icr rerrino pret dMi U, . . o years, x ' j t iaauy uuhr lor CROPS TO THE LIMIT. ri Time is not far off when- the re ff, butKctwue iiip. ti THE BOYS' CORN CLUB : the best puis or mtdiciuo I ever tri-.BOY WHO IS CHAMPION paragraphers can again spring H iTftHLfifliitilVS B 7BkCI B FOR STATE THE AND -- H B3 HSDgn that old one about "frying eggs ' GROWS MORE THAN 150 BUSHELS OF CORN ON HIS on a hot pavement." MS t ACRE WILL RECEIVE $250 r. TL Hatfield. Guyaa. W. Va. IN GOLD. CENTS PER BOTTLE AT AIL DRl'GGISTS. Report has it that a Tampa wo25 THE GIRL WHO EXCELS IN HER TOMATO CANNING Jl man who has been waiting thirty-eigOVER ALL THE OTHER years for a husband is beWhen the same individual is GIRLS IN THE CLUB WORK X IN THE STATE AND CANS fan and a fisher- ginning to grow discouraged. both a baseball OVER 800 QUARTS WILL SE- man he has a hard time not to Funny how some people are so & CURE $250 IN GOLD. : :: !' ! neglect his business. easily discouraged. Tift m mmm "n An Eastern woman recently paid $20,000 for several bulldog pups. And she never even growled about the price. - f $250 IN GOLD EACH ARE OF-FERED BY MR. J. B. M'FER- RAN FOR BOYS AND GIRLS ? t -- t t t t HEW iaBrl ". ht f f The strange sight of a hill being washed away by means of Once upon a time, so runs the hydraulic jets is to he seen only legend, there lived in far Judean a mile from the center of Calhills two affectionate brothers gary, Alberta. Each night a tilling a common farm together. powerful hydraulic plant is at One had awif e and a house full work, washing away a thousand of children; the other was a lone- cubic yards of "dirt." The obly man. One night in the har- ject of this strange proceeding vest time the older brother said is twofold, consisting of the terto his wife: "My brother is a racing of the hill and the filling lonely man. I will go out and up of the old river channel. The move some of the sheaves from water is turned on at 8 p. m. my sidefof the field over on his, each day, and the wearing away so when5he sees them in the of the hill proceeds steadily for morninghis heart will be cheer- ten hours. The work can only ed by theabundance." And he be done at night, as the city declined to grant permission for did. That night the other brother the use of the necessary water in said to his workman: "My the daytime, in case the drain on brotherlhas a houseful and many the supply during the busy part mouths tOifill. I am alone and of the 24 hours should prove too do not need all this wealth. I great. The water, under high will go and move some of my pressure, is discharged against pheaves over on his field, so that the sides of the hill through a he shall rejoice in the morning hydraulic "giant," such as is when he sees how great i s his used in places mining. It is esstore. And he did. And they timated that 90 days will be redid it that night and the next in quired t o complete the task, the sheltering dark. But on the which involves the displacement third night the moon came out as of 110,000 cubic yards of "dirt." they met face to face, each with Obtained in the first place from h main, the ' water is his arms filled with sheaves. On a that spot, says the legene, was forced through the nozzle at a built the Temple of Jerusalem, pressure of 200 pounds by the e centrifugal for it was esteemed that there t use of a TT L earth came nearest to neaveu pump driven by a 100 horsepower electric motor. Grain Growers Guide. Neighbors. six-inctwo-stag. The morals of the age will improve as athletics are encour- aged. How short is fame's duration. What has become of Pauline. Wayne? Don't pity the coal man. Her-haprosperous winters and restful summers. Roses may bloom in the spring; but "sweet tulips" we have with us always. The year '13 meets with the full expectations of the most s superstitious. It has been said that even the best of men are sometimes wost-e- d, "and that's no yarn. The man who stole the ivory ' keys from the piano probably could have been found in the flat underneath. Does that poultry fancier who-itrying to develop a wingless chicken intend to keeD the price-frosoaring. Making a garden is a mighty s m interesting vocation, especially when there is a kid's ball game on the next lot. Referring to "English as shes is spoke," did whoever put the? cab in cabaret expect it to rhyme- with cabinet? America's chamampion show a girl is reported as being very-sick from a fit. A misfit proba-bl- y would have been fatal. , " THE ADAIR GOUHTY -- "r tx s TTBE ADAIR COUNTY EWS HEWS .1 doing-liMnseifhtJandac- ting for the'best inerestof hifff ellow man. Honest to the care, there is not a doubt but he would do justice" to eyery man should he be 1 Published EverylWcdnesday BY THE - ., Adair County News Company. ( (Nvwi incorporated.) CHAS- - S. HARRIS EDITOR. In-re- Democratic newspaper flevoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Entered at the Columbia ond class mall r Post-office st as sec- matter. SVED. 7 MAY 14, 1913. &? In the last week's issue of the News, we called the attention of the Democrats of this, the 37th nominated and elected county Judge of JAdair county. To the many who have solicited him to make the race, promising their support, helf eels thankful, and he E assures the entire people shouldlheSbe called to office, he will endeavor to the best of his abilty to make a faiteful official. Before the primary he expects to K meet the voters of Adair county; and personally present his candidacy. LOOK HERE Mower or Binder needs repairs, give us the number of the piece and make of Machine, so that we can have it shipped with our Repairs and save you express or postage. Also see our Binders, Mowers and Rakes before you We handle the DEERING LINE. If your district, to the importance of CAUSES50F AN EMPTY TREASURY. buy. electing a Representative. The majority of the next Senate and We find this interesting and House of Representatives will be statement Democratic, and if this section more or less truthful News: of the State secures tbe needed in the Elizabethtown "TheJLegislature which meets relief from the heavy burden of (Sa winter will taxation, as well as the other in Frankfort next financial public questions, we should have have a most serious conditionjto consider. Both for a Representative and a Senator and the who are capable of presenting the benefit of the State B2i $$2i J2i i .COR $J&!!i0& rrzrtrfer feis-- f r Democratic party it will become our cause ; who are fearless, and necessary to provide for suffiwho are interested in the future to run the expens your paper I will tell you Adair welfare of this part of the State cient reveuue es of the State without a deficit county people what some of your of Kentucky. It is just as imfiscal year. portant that we should have a at thefend of each boys are doing here. I left KenTwelve years ago Kentucky met tucky January 31st, in company ' Senator as it is that we shoud expenses on a total revehave a Representative. In fact, all its with Messrs. Guy Nell and Sawnue of four million dollars, and ney Browning and arrived in CarGives the Farmer a Big Boost It is more so. The counties of nowit is running nearly a mil-- 1 rollton February 2nd. Was met in making His Farm Prosperous Russell, Adair, Cumberland, Did you ever notice that a prosperous cient labor and proper machinery. But lion dollars behind every year on Clinton and Wayne compose the there by Messrs Frank Shirley, farm is invariably well fenced, and is the wise farmer investigates before he seven million dol16th Senatorial District. The a revenuelof usually divided into small fields by a invests. Others just buy and are often Luther Wilmore and Birt Brownlars. In other words, the ex- ing. fence " horse-higand "sold." "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence is term of Senator Bertram who Why is it? penses of the State have been made vith but one end in view to give was elected as a Democratic Wilmore and Shirley took us Because the prosperous farmer realbest service for the longest time at least increased 100 per cent, in twelve candidate in this district in 1909 izes that good fences are as necessary to cost. Investigating it costs nothing. out home with them. The roads years, while the revenue has onsuccessful farming as fertile seeds, effi- - Investing in it pays. will expire with this year, and were just fine and the weather ly been increased 75 per cent. Made in Different Styles for HELD, FARM, RANCH. LAWN. his successor must be nominated pretty cold. The next day a five -- VeTy IS.OQ Pnovantoorl CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN UUardnieeU to"send to the Legislain the August primary. Since Wewant inch snow fell, and we put in the Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade the most intelligent and conthis Senatorial District was ture you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. next day or two rabit hunting. servative men, who will probe "Pittsburgh Perfect" Brands of Barbed Wire; formed, Russell county has never Browning, Nell and I killed 34 If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twisted deeply into the increased expendBWB?ffl Cable Wire; Hard Spring Coil Wiro; Fence for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 1913 furnished the Senator. Adair, sold them for 11 cent each. Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire and endeavor, and Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Wayne itures oj the State Pittsburgh Steel Co. Roofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Ties; Cumberland, Clinton' and Mo We all found work the first Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open :MP raw isiwiy if possible, to cut down the State i VAJw ,BiiiWt Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania rVfcJlJ material. have all had the honor of furommamm ! Hearth a million dollars a week. Guy and I are working nishing the Senators, and we be- expenditures year, if it can be done without on farms. We are just 2 miles lieve that it is now time when wwg JU impairing the welfare of the apart. Sauney went to clerking we should all say to Russell, pick Offices have in a hotel in Carrollton, but did commonwealth. us out a good, hard working, long. He got a been created that are unneces- not stay there Peafowls Wanted. Democrat, who conscientious better job with the Standard Oil sary, salaries have been raised will stand for the interest of the $1.50 to $2.00 each should not have been raised, Co., and is now in Illinois. people of this section of the that I like my place fine. I am with a W. T. Hoden. fees have been increased in many TN d State, and who will be himself, offices that were wholly unneces- young farmer. There are Campbellsville, Ky. enough to legislate in beaddition, many wife and one child in family. He sary, and, in half of all the people of the State, For Sale that he will rise again a3 the sun large appropriations have been has a good farm of 510 acres and and we will help nominate and goes out in darkness, and the made that could have been avoid- quite a lot of stock, also a thresh elect him as the Senator from last star fades away from the ed. We could point to lobbies ing machine, saw mill and auto-- j In Campbellsville the 16th Senatorial District. In heavens, an angel from the circuit judges t o jailers mobile. See N. W. MILLER'S Real Estate Agency this connection, we invite the at- from Throne of God will gather the We have been farming for thei have in the last three ses Campbellsville, Ky., tention of our reaeers to an ar that scattered dust, and reanimate sions of the Legislature infested past two weeks. We had lots of Before buying. ticle which we reproduce in this with new life and beauty. You the State capitol and secured in- rain here the first of April and it issue, from the Elizabethtown may go to the cemetery and weep creased remuneration. We could made farmers a little late sowing News. over the tomb, but Jim is not falso point out several depart oats and doing all spring work. there, he has gone to join the Senator James won out. His ments of state where appropria We did not get to do a thing angelic host that sings around endorsement of Ben Marshall tions have been increased be- towards f arming until after thS Dr. A. I. Alper, who is recognized the great white throne. was ratified by the President and yond the necessites of the prop- middle of April, but we have and endorsed by ihe best citizens of the appointment was made last er management of these depart- turned off some of it since then. While our heart3 are very sad this community, as the best Optician Mr. Marshall is to be the ment. There have been a numweek. We sowed 60 acres of oats and who has ever visited this town, has and our eyes are dimmed by of various have turned the ground and plant Collector for the Ashland district ber of institutions returned, and will remain at Page & tears, yet we weep not as those Taylor's drug store for a few kinds which have received big ed 50 acres of corn in twelve who have no hope, but we look The Underwood tariff bill pass- wads of money from the State all others fail; will examine your days. forward to the sweet bye and ed the House by 142 majority. treasury which could have gotten eyes thoroughly, free of charge, and It will now be taken up in the along on half the amounts, and We ride to do most everything. when I furnish a pair of glasses, you can depend on it, they are the best skill and bye, where we can meet in a bet been using a gang plow experience ter land. May our Father's richSenate and there is no doubt of some of them should have been I have can produce. My work is all guaranteed, and the prices are right. that cuts 28 inches and have four of my pleased patrons here in Adair county, will testify to this. If est blessings rest upon the be-its passage. denied a single dollar. All of big mules that will average about Hundreds you have eye tronble of any kind, it will pay you to call on me. reaved ana heart-broke- n wite this character of appropriations 1,200 pounds each. They carry News Mr. W. - T. In If you are one of my patrons, and should there happen to be anything wrong! ,, or.? i:f.iQ un Jfl, have been secured by lobbies it with ease, but I ride until I about your glasses, I will be pleased to change them for you free of charg. McFarland announces his candito Frankfort and button- get tired. The fields are very sisters ana brothers is the sm- dacy for County Judge of Adair sent hor, a friend and a father of the cere wish of the writer as well Obituary. "county, subject to the action of holing senators and representa- large. We are planting one field until they got what they with about 80 acres in it. The highest type. To know him was as his many friends. the Progressive Republican party. tives to like him, and, oh! how he will Death enters with its mighty power, other man looks mighty little There are but few better known went after." In" the still hush of night on To which the Owensboro Mes when he is at the other end of No more will we Filling the home with gloom, be missed. men in Adair than Mr. McFarMay 3rd, 1913, senger adds: Why not frankly the field from me. Some people the morning of hear the music of his voice which By cutting down a bright flower, land. He has at all times stood 1 responsibility for laugh when I talk about our the death angel visited the home was always words of kindness. That in their home did bloom. for the right upon all questions admit that'ths E. Nell and claimof Mrs. Cattie His stay on earth was short as We loved him, yes we loved him, touching the interest of the peo- all this extravagance and waste clear running water and rock ed as its victim her is chiefly upon the heads of ad- branches in old Kentucky, but it he had only reached tht 30th But Jesus loved him more. ple a man whose moral characwho were intent has never injured my affections Mr. James Gist. He came 'here year, but his mission was done. And He has sweetly called him, ter is without stain, a sensible ministrations purpose of polit- for them and I think now I will from Texas for the To a bright and shining shore. upon building up invincible gentleman, who has many friends regaining his health. He was a God needed him and felt that lie machines? ical again see them Xmas. Cheer up dear wife and weep not, throughout the county. He is a Am always glad to get the victim of that dreaded disease, was too pure to stay here any Jim's only gone before, Carrollton, Mo. man who weighs questions, givNews. It is just like a letter Tuberculosis, and gradually de longer. The only consolation I Some day he'll greet you with a smile, ing them thought, and when he from home. I get it on Friday. clined until the end came. He can offer his lonesome wife and Where loved ones part no more. takes a position he.does so con- Editor Netvs: Yours Truly, If you will allow me spacefiri Mrs. Margaret S. Nell. scientiously, believing that he is Jim Shirley. was indeed a husband, a neigh- - relatives is the blessed assurance' The Jeffries Hardware x 5 Co- 7! iSi Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence h, hog-tig- ht bull-strong- "? PJ "Pitta-burg- h V F arms broad-minde- Taylor and Adjoining Counties Also Nice Resident Property -- I J Don't Miss This Opportunity. days-Afte- r to-da- y's 1 son-in-la- w, v3f' THE-ADAI- r R COUNTY NEWS ii ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Roy at Grape Cream of Tartar HO ALUM, HO LIME PHOSPHATE Born, to the wife of Oliver Hadley, a 13 pound son, mother v, Oliver Mr. A. C. Hill, Glasgow, was here and" baby doing steps as high as a blind dog in a last Friday. Mr. J. M. Rosenfield has returned meat-hous. e. Personal t i w i .1 from Lexington. f .! ANNOUNCEMENTS . For County Judge. "We are authorized to announce JAMES W. VAUGHAN a candidate for J ailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August primary. We are authorized to announce W. We are authorized to announce W. T. McFARLAXD a candidate for H. WILSON a candidate for Jailer of County Judge of Adair county, subjec Adair county, subject totheaction of to the action of the Progressive Re the Democratic party. publican party. are authorized to announce OTTLEY is a candidate for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the expression of Democrats at the August primary, that TANNER 1913. We We are authorized t o announec R. S. ENGLISH, of the Milltown precinct, a candidate for Jailer of Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of said county, expressed at the August primary. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce Dr. N. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a We are authorized to announce candidate for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the Demo- PROF. TOBIAS nUFFAKER a canMr. D. E. Hatcher and his son, cratic voters who will express their didate for Superintendent of Public Jesse, Glasgow, spent Saturday and Schools of Adair county, at the Nochoice at the August primary. Sunday in Columbia. vember election. We are authorized to announce the Misses Lizzie and May Bell, of Ed We are authorized to announce J. candidacy of J. V.DUDLEY for CounJudge of ty School Superintendent, subject to monton, are visiting at the home of W. TUPMAX a candidate for Adair county court, subject to the the action of the Democratic voters Mrs. Georgia Crenshaw. will of the Democratic voters of Adair at the August primary. Mr. John A. Harris, who is in school county, at the August primary. at Bowling Green, is at home for ComWe are authorized to announce ELI mencement in L. W. T. S. STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY for the Democratic nomination foi i Mr. D. T. Curd, Cave City, travel- County School Superintendent sub ing salesman, was in Columbia and We are authorized to announce ject to the oction of the August pri out in the county last week. GORDON MONTGOMERY a candi- mary. Mr. J. E. Gowdy, Mr. II. S. Parrott, date for County Attorney,, subject to tha action of the Democratic voters Dr. R. L. Gowdy and wife, Campbells- FOR SENATOR. of Adair, expressed at the August ville, wers in Columbia Monday. primary. We are authorized to announce E. Mrs. Milton Martin, of Tullahoma, We authorized to announce R. L. M. COX, of Albany, a candidate tor Tenn., is visiting her sisters, Mrs. J. in this the 10th Senatorial CAMPBELL a candidate for County Senator subject to district the action of the G. Eubank and Mrs. G. W. Staples. acAttorney of Adair, subject to the Republican jparty in the August Miss Minnie Triplett spent a few tion of the Democratic voters at the August primary. days of last week in Louisville, visiting at the home of her nephew, Dr. FOR ASSESSOR. J. E. Grant. FOR SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce Messrs. Hugh and Frank RichardWe are authorized to announce R.A JOHN M. WOLFORD a candidate for WAGGENER a candidate for the son, Edwin Cravens, Edgar Reed and Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the Democratic nomination for Assessor James Diddle were in Louisville last action of the Progressive Republican of Adair county subject to tne action Saturday and Sunday. 01 tne August primary. party, expressed at the August Misses MyrtieEay Sharp andMyrtie We are authorized to announce Morgan, Amandaville, accompanied JAKE CHELF a candidate for Assess- - by Mrs. R. F. Rowe. this place, visited We are authorized lo announce S. H MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, of Adair count', subject to the action county, expressed at the August pri- Mrs. Alice Bailev and children left of the Democratic voters of said mary for their home, in Florida, this morn- county, expressed at the August priing. Mrs. Lou Atkins accompained mary, i9i:i We are authorized to announce G. them as far as Louisville. A. BRADSHAW a candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill have reWe are authorized to announce A. A Democratic MILLER a candidate for Sheriff of expressed voters of Adair county, turned to Monticello from their win- at the August primary. Adair county, subject to the DemoUer home in Augusta, Ga. They re- primary to be held in August. cratic turned in a line Cadillac car. We are authorized to announce .1. D. Mr. and Mrs. Beauchamp, of GeorWe are authorized to announce EUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, a gia, arrived last week, on a visit to BURT EPPERSOX, of Montpelier. a candidate for the Democratic nomina- candidate for Assessor, subject to the relatives. Before her marriage, Mrs. tion for Sheriff of Adair County, sub- - Democratic voters at the August pri- - Beauchamp was Miss Ruby Jeffries, of - mary. to the August primary. this county. I H. Collins, New Market, was here a few days ago.- Mr. J. A. Chapman returned' t o Mississippi last week. Miss Sallie Field returned from Louisville last Thursday. MissRosie P. Bell, of Red Lick, visited in Columbia last week. Mr. D. D. Wilson, Horse Cave, was here the middle of last week. Mrs. L O. Taylor, who was quite sick last week, has recovered. Mr. Luther Williams, Montpelier, was here Friday and Saturday. Mr. Lilburn Phelps spent a week in Burkesville, taking depositions. Mr. Jo Russell spent the latter part of last week with his family here Mr. Geo. H. Nell, the grocer, was quite sick several days of last week. Mrs. Maggie Huberts, of Dunnville, visited her sister, Mrs. R. F. Rowe, last week. Miss Willia Pettey was the guest of Miss Sallie E. Murphey Saturday night and Sunday. Messrs. W. E. Morgan and John D. Sharp, Amandaville, visitld Mr R. F. Rowe last Friday. Mr; II-- . Mrs, Susie Hadley is on the sick list this .week. Mrs. Frank Blakey has been quite sick for several weeks. Mrs. Dick Burton, of Garlin, has been here for several days to see her fine grand-soat Oliver n w 1N.THE HEART ABSOLUTELY OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT pgpa FIRE PROOF ifrjj 31911 EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY Hadley's. Mrs. Sarah Ann Blair, of Glenville, is with her brother and friends this week. The farmers are about done planting corn and wheat, and grass is lookin well. Clay Hadley and family were visiting the formers father last week. r Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modern Hotel Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Loaisville, you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent Restaurant service Elccantly burnished Rooms with hot and 1 cold runnincater and private X.UU toilet, per day mcgantly Furnished Booms with Private Bath, per day Large Sample Rooms with Private Bath, per day - Waco McKinley and wife, of Knifley, visited this place last week. CI Cft 1""' $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 .$2.50 The Cafe is in charec of Exports and the cnisine and service is unexcelled. Our prices are most moderate. European service, "2 ft n but choice of club breakfast, each OUL' person Table d'hote luncheon from 12:00 to EI ftp wUV TY. TFtnn U4 f f-MiW jn.jwu'""" Table d'dote dinner, from 6:00 to .$1.00 8:00 p. m.. per person Rathskeller open from 4:00 p. rn. to 1:00 a. ra. m TVf.1- If my sister in Nebraska sees this letter I hope she will write to me. I have not heard from her since last Christmas. Sparksville. As my last letter found its way into the columns of your paper I will Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City Keserviition- should be made whenever possible. ROBT. B. JONES. Manager. GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Mjrr. Hoxkl Pattkx, Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotm. Assist (open May 12, 1913), Atlanta, Ga , under same management and ownership. Herman AH C. Tafel try another. 236 W. Jefferson, St. A bad hail storm passed this way the 6th of May, doing great damage to fruit and gardens. Louisville, Ky. Things Electrical Write for Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet i Telegraph Inst. n Telephone Medical Battery n , i i Farmers are finishing up planting corn. Mr. G. R. Akeri went to Cumberland county in search ot the finny tribe. No new cases of mumps developed and messles are now getting scattered. On the 8th day of this month Todd Breeding caught three' grown opossums and one ground hog. He had one cooked and now he is sick. Rev. I. M. Grimsley began his ' third annual term in vocal at An-- 1 tioc. " Electric Light Linemen Tools and Line Material i It is a success. Some in ' i i I jjt FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized t o announce WALKER BRYANT a candidate for County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of Adair county, expressed at the August primary. to announce ERNEST CUNDIFF a candidate for Assessor of Adair county, subject to the action of the Progressive Republican party, expressed at the August primary. fiussell County We are authorized Ve are authorized to announce L. Y. GABBERT a candidate for County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject fo the action of the Progressive Republicans of said county. Announcements. For Jailer. Miss Edna Lewis, who has been on an extended visit to Louisville and Elizabethtown, returned home last Saturday, ner many friends were glad to greet her. Mrs. W. S. Knight, Miss Aliue Morrison, Messrs. Sam Humble, nerschel Savage, Knottie Dunbar, Elmer Wol-forAlbert Leach, Milton Antle, Houston Canada and E. A. Dunbar. Tall of Jamestown, were here Friday to witness Field Day exercises on Lind-sej- ri Wilson hill. d, We are authorized to announce SAM HART a candidate for Jailer of Rowes X Roads. Russell county, subject to the action To the Democrats of Adair County, of the voters of the Republican party announce my candidacy for expressed at the primary August 2nd, I hereby Adair County subject The following: is the program to the Jailer of action of Democrats in the August 1913. for Decoration Day at Owensby, primary. If nominated, I will use all adhonorable means m my power to Russell county, May 30: Assessor. vance the interest of my associates 1 Song Service, by Gordon and if elected will discharge the duties of the ollice impartially, I ask Jailer. your support. Yours truly S. G. Denny. We are authorized to announce J. Z. for Jailer of Adair county, subject to the action of the voters of the Progressive Republican party, expressed at the August PICKETT a candidate primarj THER BELL a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of Adair county at the August primary. "We We are authorized to announce LU- are authorized to announce Oliver Willis a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democrats of this county in the August primary.- CONOVER a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Progressive party in the August primary. Z. We are authorized to announce JO with Reece and his We are authorized t o announce organ. LEVI FOLEY, of Webb's precinct, Miss Pollie Belk at the 2 Welcome Address, by ThomRus?ell coumty, a candidate for Assessor of said county, subject to the as Hadley Response by W. S. action of the Republican party, exKnight. pressed at the August primay. 3 Preaching, by Revs. Tarter and Masters, both of Jamestown. For County Attorney. 4 Speeches, by Lilburn Phelps, 1 desire, through the News, to an- James Meadows and any others nounce myself a candidate for the that may be on" the grounds. nomination, for the ollice of County John Oaks, Jim Oaks, Logan Attorney for Russell County, subject t o the action o f the Republican Blair, H. C. Gaines, Gather Grid-evoters of said county, at the coming Committee on arrangements. August primary. Every body invited to attend. J. H. Stone Come and bring well filled baskOld comrades, you all come How short is fame's duration. ets. to see you one more time What has become of Pauline I want on earth. Wayne? rs, r, this neighborhood thought they were well up on music and called it a short course, but they have confessed that they knew, nothing about it. The friends o f Rev. I. M. Grimsley are anxious for him to make the race for county surveyor. If he 'can survey like he can teach he would make a good one. The singing school will close Saturday night before the 3rd Sunday, admittance fee, 5c at the door. All day singing the 3rd Sunnay. Teachers are all invited to come and bring their classes to organize a singing teachers association. Mrs. Emmer Barden, wife of Z. Barden, departed from this life May 6, 1913. She was a daughter of John Butler Wheeler. She left a husband, one son, four sisters and three brothers to mourn her loss. She professed faith in Christ at the age of sixteen and united with the Baptist church at Big Creek, and lived a devoted christian. The large crowd that attended the funeral and the many tears that were shed showed how dearly she was loved and respected. The funeral was preached at Antioch church by Rev. Thomas Jessie, taken from Rev. 14:13 v. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord. He delivered an able discourse after which the remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground in the presence of many sorrowing friends to await the .resurrection i 8 H I WORKMAN in an I H C wagon factory was exPlammS the various stages of wagon construction to an fvjiw XTX interested visitor. He picked up two pieces of long leaf yellow pine, and asked the visitor to notice the difference in the weight of the two pieces. The lighter piece, he explained, was The heavier piece was It had retained the resinous sap which adds strength and toughness, while in the piece of d lumber this sap had been drawn out by the too rapid application of heat. Finish This Story r iao) l kiln-drie- I !X i jJ ass z E d. air-drie- d. kiln-drie- s Every Stick of Lumber Used in IHC Wagons Is Carefully d Stock Selected, I Here was something to think about. The as Air-Drie- I I lumber broke. To the eye there was no difference between these two pieces of lumber, but when put to the test there was a vast difference. So it is throughout the construction of I H C wagons Weber, Columbus, New Bettendorf, Steel King. They are built for real strength, light draft, and satisfactory service. Weber and Columbus wagons have wood gears. Steel King and New Bettendorf have steel gears. For literature and full information regarding the IHC wagons best suited to your work write our nearest office. Office! visitor asked for a test to the relative strength of the two pieces of wood. The piece held up under nearly double the d piece of weight under which the kiln-drie- air-dri- ed at Gncinnati, 0.; EranroUe, Ind.; Knoxville, Tenn.; Mesp&is, Tenn.; New Albany, tnL; Parkenbnrr. W. V. International Harvester Company of America Chicago (Incorporated) USA . when her body shall be quicken- - into the joys of thy Lord. ed by the spirit, put on immor- tality and raised in power to We have a good young .lack winctv meet the angels and arch angels, wJ be Peami"el to serve a fw ; j ! I and hear the message, Well done good and faithful servant, enter 'Ad. mares, Murray Bros. 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 thing in connection with a child's constant good health is to keep the bowels regularly open. Sluggish bowels will be followed by loss of appe- -' tite, restlessness during sleep, irrita--bilit- y 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 will recover its accustomed good spirits at once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy is a vast improvement ever salts, cathartics, laxative waters aand similar things, which are altogether too powerful for a child. The homes of airs. Carrie McDonald, 103G Trigg Ave., Ooo S&srosscosxsexs&iKSxsisxeos MAKING I ! WEEKLY PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardlv breathe or SDeak for 10 tn ?n minutes. My doctor could not help me, duc 1 was completely cured by FARM is 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., Monticello, ill. Your name and address on a postal card will do. 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 Ooo COURIER -J- OURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fearjor favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. INHERE are more reasons than one poultry a prominent part of the farm program. With 300 to 500 chickens on a place many tons of compost can be made, which will be worth hundreds of dollars In fertilizing the garden and field crops. It Is necessary to keep a poultry J. E. $1.00 50c AND Cox, Joliet, 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Special All Notice Pesrons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once house and yard liberally supplied with road dust or some other light soil. The 5 floor under the roosts should have a fresh supply of this earth twice a week or oftener. It serves as an absorbent for the droppings, produces a rich compost very fast and destroys lice. As a dust heap is one of the first essentials around a poultry plant thi3 clean, fine earth comes into play there also. Dust which chickens use for their baths does not need to be changed more frequently than two or three times In a season. When it becomes dirty it should become part of the compost. This fertilizer is valuable enough so that it ought to receive some care, and with' several hundred chickens the annual accumulation will fill a good sized shed. It needs to be plowed in liberally every season, being of special value in the production of flowers, vegetables and small fruit. Daring the months when it is accumulating it needs to be tightly covered in a shed or pit to prevent the loss of nitrogen. When the roosting platforms or the floors of a poultry house are cleaned, for every 100 pounds of dirt and manure thrown into the compost heap add ten pounds of salts of potassium and ten pounds of sawdust. If the lat- - Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY i AND THE ADAIR BOUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS For paper not tothe Courier-Journa- l. .50 Yr Yr Special Attnetin to Eyes 1 1 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 NEAR ED HUGHES i you will give or send your order to this RESIDENCE. 0NBURKSVILLE STREET. i $6.00 8 ailvJCourier-Jeorna- l, Joseph I H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- lunday! Cornier-Journ- al, $2.00 j Will practice m this and adjoining counties. -- C--- The Government f produce larger crops and allow a wider margin for profit. i!li!iMiSit Plan a system of crop rotation O We Jcan give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write Jamstown, : Kentucky that will build up your soil and this paper. Why will be held until his identy is ; ; $ ;. .fr ,:xHH"KH,H"H' fully established. Brought 450 Bushels of Corn and Add- BM5OTEJ ed $1,000 to Land's Value. An electric motor to gentlyfcvi-brat- e Four hundred and fifty bushels of corn from eight acres that were almost Eats Through a Tube. a fruit tree so that the sap worthless two years ago is the yield Mort Van Buskirk ot Kincaid, Kan . flows to the buds and blossoms Daniel J. Curtin, of New York received this year. Drainage did it and enables them to resist frost city, an employe of the Street Here Is the story: Mr. Van Buskirk wrote two years ago has been patented by a Colorado Cleaning department, ate his first to H. B. Walker, state drainage and irsquare meal in 15 years a few rigation engiueer at the Kansas Agri- orchardist. cultural college, asking what he shoula The back of a new couch ham- ' days ago. He had peen afflicted do with an eight acre piece of swampy land covered with willows. This laud mock that a Wisconsin man has with a stricture of the esophagus bever had produced anything. patented is so mounted that it which prevented him from swalMr. Walker advised him to drain the Business Phone 13 A B Residence Phone 13 land, and he did. The land was plaut: adjusts itself to the angle at lowing solids, and for the last He Was a Trust. to corn and yielded 450 bushels. Other which an occupant may be sit- ten years he says! be has lived corn in that neighborhood averaged principally on his nerve. from ten to forty bushels to the ting or reclining. The drummer had gotten off The cost of draining the land was rj.. Two weeks ago Curtin was rejit Buskirk DENTIST at a station to find the village 50Mr. Van bushel, orvalues his corn tliF The Russian government cents a $2'J5. Besides upon and a tube inserted cently ordered for its army aviaOffice, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g two miles away, and the shaklety increased crop, he considers his land parachutes of a type in his side for the introduction of d old car waiting to con- worth $1,000 more by the improvenuM" tors 200 silk Kansas Industrialist. up Stairs. that is expected to open auto- food. He cannot swallow solids 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 J. N. MURRELL WHEN DRAINAGE PAID. NewMnventions. Not Read Th Courier DR. :u-i- e Journal? HENRY WATTERSON op-erat- ed bob-taile- r V Columbia, - Kentucky Q. P. SMYTHE for A FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE WELL DRILLER vey passengers over the shaklety matically and save a man should Poultry House Ventilator old road was in charge of an old Poultry houses are often nnsat.s man who sat on the platform factory solely because they are Inulb he fall. Incandescent lamps in which ventilated. Of course it is out of the smoking complacency. question always are in the form of "Does this this thing run to to tear them down the filaments and build anew or an inverted cone have been found the village?" queried the drumto install ' an ex h more light than mer as he walked around the pensive system to give of ventilation, st those of the same size in which car. s 9 m e form o ventilator may lip filaments from cylinders "It does when I want it to," the best device to That he has discovered the was the reply. adopt. In the it 'if? "Oh, then you have got somelustration Is cancer germ and a cure for the shown a disease is claimed by a France thing to say about it? Perhaps ventilator you own the old crowbait of a NOVEL VE.NTXI.ATOn. built like a iv physician. volving stoveip,. one-fiftI r any more than before, and has to them, finely chopped, through a tube, but the diet is much more satisfactorv than the soup menu he was compelled to endure for so many years. His first "square meal" consisted of chicken soup, roast beef, vegetables, salad and ice cream. Editor. We Can Furnish You take The Adair County News ondlothe Weekly Courier-Journal force-draf- t Cheap Insect Powder. horse?" An excellent insect powder I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me before contracting. Latest improved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. "I do." "And the car?" v "Yes." J. C. YATES "And the line?" "Yes, I'm the owner of everyGive thing in sight. " "Mighty handy, isn't it?" continued the drummer in sarcastic tones. chimney top. The wing with the armay bemadelby following the AsKs to be Hanged. row on top turns the top so the opening a always faces the wind. Some of formula given below: the wind passes through this opening Driven, asjhe0said, by the Take three parts of gasoline and out of the top at b. It thus ates a draft up the flue c and tbnj pains of conscience, a man, who and add one part of crude carbol? ventilates the poultry house below. " gave his name as George Taylor, ic acid. Mix these together and American Agriculturist, ! Both One Year For $1.50 "Yes. tolerably handy," was the placid reply. "I also own the only two stores in the village, and the only hotel, and if you Veterinary Surgeon don't like my style you'd better and Dentibt wait for the next train to come 5 years experience". Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. along and take you out of the Office at residence near Graded School country. n. h. Jones Here's a Good Combination. In this hunt for the profit dolltt-keean eye on the combination of en: lage and clover or alfalfa hay. Then-ino other combination of feed like U for results in milk. A farmer could take these two pieces of forage and with good cows and no grain he coulo come out at the end of the year with a fair profit. Of course a few pounds of grain feed a day is a good investment. Hoard's Dairyman.' p s walked into a!fpoliceIstation at St. Louis,andJasked to be locked Years ago a up for murder. al George Taylorescaped from the It TT A vtnvtTT AlllCTn in 1JUUIByu,c U1 " Carrollton jail onthe eve of his uniformly distributed through Pail execution and officers searched the plaster. Thismixture when free sample copy of edition for him the country over without dry, willi be a pinkish brown you desire, but be sure to avail. The officer in charge of powder, havingia carbolis oaor. send your subscription order the police station asked the vis- For lice or mites on fowls, I thor-oughlytdu- We can also give libera) add gradually, stirring constant- combination rate with Daily ly, enoughplaster of i paris to or Sunday Courier Journal. take up all the moisture. Stir so Write flonrier-Journf!nm- thoroughly that the liquid will be . st building. PHOE NO. 7. N. Rheumatism Quickly Cured. "My sister's husband had an attack of rheumatism in his arm," writes a n resident of Newton, Iowa. "I gave hitu a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment which he applied to his arm and on the next morning the rheumatism was gone." For chronic muscular rheumatism you will find nothing better .than Chamberlain's Liniment. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad. well-know- W. "Wi'll Tanner Ottley Htto rn ey "Ht-Iio- uj Companion on "The Friendly Summer Trees" the author, Frank A. Waugh. professor of horticulture in the Agii cultural College of Massachusetts, lay.--i down the general rule that only out of every twenty planted ever grows to maturity. He therefore ad vises those who plant trees to plani liberally. out-tre- Plant Many Trees. itor In an article In the Woman's Home e Roof or No Roof on Silo7 So far as the silage is concerned, no roof Is needed on the silo. Rain and snow do not hurt the silage. For and comfort of the persoj removing the silage from the silo it ! better to have a roof. Hoard's Dairj man. practice in all the Courts Columbia, Ky. and work the powCourier Journal. "Certainly l'am'.was the re- der through the feathers. On second ply, "'and Iamltired of being at about the third day give a birds large, for I am a'murderer. My dusting. This will rid the brother and Igkilled four of the of all insects. Meeks family near Linens, Linn Cuie for Stomach Disorders. He was hanged Disorders of the stomach may be county, inI1896. and I got away. My mind has avoided by the .use of Chamberlain's Many very remarkable cures been bothering me ever since. Tablets. effected by these tablets. Made A New Mar. Of Him. have been "I was sufferlus from pain in my Ad. You can take me out now and Sold by Pabll DrugC o. T. Alston, Ealeigh, if. C. "and my hang me if you like." liver and kidneys did not work right, John A. Hobson, Greensburg, Ky., will pay but four bottles of Later the man became con ' you best prices for your hogs, sheep or cattle, made me feei J,keElectric Bitters a new man." PRICE 50CTS. Ai ALL DRUG STORES. fused in reciting his story, and Write or phone him. Ad. if helwasthe man. to this paper NOT to the L ectric ers THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS art AT SEA IN AN OPEN BOAT. GLASS IS PECULIAR. Number of Curious and Contradictory Qualities. Glass Is one of the most Interesting as well as one of the most peculiar things' In the world. It has curious and contradictory qualities, and many astonishing phenomena are connected with it Brittle and breakable as it is. yet it exceeds almost all other bodie in elasticity. If two glass balls are made to strike each other at a given force the recoil, by virtue of their elasticity, will be .nearly equal to their original impetus. Connected with its brittleness-rsome e Naatsburg. "Cardui Cured Me" For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jin!:s of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The doctors' gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so many, and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardui saved my lifel Now, I can do anything." An Anxloos Experience Off the Rook Bound Coast of Korea. The perils of the small boat at sea are told by Jack London in an article on "Small Boat Sailing" in the Yachting Monthly: "About the liveliest eight days of my life were spent in a small boat on the was in an open boat, a sampan, on a rocky coast where there were no lighthouses and where the tides ran from thirty to sixty feet My crew were Japanese fishermen. We did not speak each, other's language. Yet there was nothing monotonous about that trip. Never shall I forget one particular cold, bitter dawn, when in the thick of driving snow we took in sail and dropped our small anchor. "The Japanese crawled under a communal rice mat and went to sleep. 1 joined them, and for several hours we west coast of Korea," he writes. "I D'nmii Write to: Ladles' Advisory Th I WomarfsTonic If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, or suffer from any of the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, feelings, pains in arm, side, hip backache, dragging-dow-n or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui. after-effec- ts. Dcpt, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Teoa., book. "Home Treatment for Women." 6ent free. J 54 for Special Instructions, and ge KMiJAyjHi?f!mti3afli ment, situated near the Austrian capital, employs more than 1,000 skilled workman. The King of Saxony, too, has business interests of this character, though on a smaller scale. Perhaps the most unconventional of the royal business men is the king of Servia, who inTad-ditio- n to several shops doing general trade, Is said to Dromote the sale af a patent medicine and agency. to run a motor-ca- r Success Crowns Search. L An unrelenting search, conducted for more than eight years, leading from Joliet, III., to Chicago and thence aceoss several states, was ended at Detroit, Mich., by Mrs. Laura Slavin, who tenaciously limited finances and tolal blindness. She charges her huscand, who is a practicing 'physician, with desertion. The woman told the police 'captain she was stricken blind 'eight years ago. iwo months later her husband left her, leaving in her care two children, aged, two and seven. Forced to obtain employment following an operation to restore her eyesight, ijshe nevertheless cast around for Tneans to locate her husband. She followed him from one city to another, but always too late, until she finally overtook him in Detroit. Constipation Cured. Dr. King's New Life Pills will relieve constipation promptly and get your bowels in healthy condition again. John Supsic, of Sanbury, Pa., says: "They are the best pills I ever used, and I advise everyone to use them for constipation, indigestion and liver complaint.'" Will help you. Price 25c. Eecommenaed by Paull Drug Co. Ad. Royal Business Men. dozed fitfully. Then a sea deluged us with ley water and we found several inches of snow on top of the mat "It soon became a case of swamping at our anchor. Seas were splashing on board In growing volume, and we balled constantly. And still my fisherman crew eyed the surf battered shore and did nothing. "At last, after many narrow escapes from complete swamping, the fishermen got into action. All hands tailed on to the anchor and hove it up. For'ard. as the boat's head paid off, we set a patch of sail about the size of a flour sack. And we headed straight for the rocky shore. I unlaced my ?hoes. unbuttoned my greatcoat and co&t and was ready to make a quick partial strip a minute or so before we struck. But we didn't strike, and as we rushed in I saw the beauty of the situation. Before us opened a narrow channel, frilled at its mouth with breaking seas. Yet long before, when I had scanned the shore closely, there had been no such channel. I had forgotten the thirty foot tide. And it was for this time that the Japanese had so precariously waited." a mallet given with sufficient force n $375. drive a nail Into wood, and heavy bod ies, such as iron, bits of wood, jasper Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Breeding Btone, etc.. have been cast Into them from a height of two or three feet with visited at Mr. J. S. Breeding's out any effect, yet a fragment of flint last Saturday night and Sunday. not larger than a pea dropped from n height of three inches has made them Mr. R. K. Young was in our The health of this community is good at this writing. Several from this neighborhood were in Columbia last week. Farmers' are making good use of this beautiful weather. Mrs. Sarah Miller, of Eunice, spent last week with Miss Mollie White, of this place. FOR 1913 very singular facts. Mr. Rudolphus Beard, of Sano, Take a hollow sphere with a hole and stop the hole with the flngrr, so as to was in this community one day BRIGHTER, BETTER, prevent the external and hiternal aii from communicating, and the sphere last week. BIGGER THAN EVER will fly to pieces by the mJre heat of Mr. Sam Pollard was the pleasthe hand. Vessels made of glass thai TH REGULAR PRICE OF have been suddenly cooled possess tht ant guest of Mr. Will Ed Squire3 curious property of being able to re sist hard blows given to them from near Columbia, last Saturday THE LOUISVILLE TIMES without, but will be Instantly shivered night and Sunday. by a small particle of flint dropped into Mr. Nat White is better at then cavities. This property seems tc depend upon the comparative thickness IS A YEAR. writing. of the bottom; the thicker the bottoiu this Is the more certainty ot breakage bj Evans Bros, sold one span of this experiment Some of these vessels. It is stated, have resisted the stroke of mules to Mr. Dolph Bryant for If YOU Will SEND YOUR ORDER. It HaB THE LOUISVILLE TIMES $5.00 TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND "SCRATCHED ROCKS." 1 Not a few of the rulers of the J world are prosperous business 1 men. The most conspicuous ex- ample is the Kaiser, who in- ciuaes among ms interests a. celain factory. The general duct of it is based upon rules and f regulations laid down by the em- 'peror. Indeed, it is said, the emperor lb iioii auuve eiicLgiii& adjusting mmseii, employes their wages, and even designing certain of the wares turned out. The emperor is a model employes . .e. e er, anxieus as lu x.u cumiuii. ujl uie his men, who have been pro vided with cottages and pensions land given a share in the profits, fwhich are reported to approx imate $50,000 a year. It is a matter of common knowledge that the prince of is a dealer in but- d Lippe-Detmol- a . onri orrorc: whim hp hns n5 n side line a busy brick factory that adds materially to his in- pmrifi. I ' i. i The King of Wurtemberg is the proprietor oi two uoteis his domains which are report- li!-TrrfVi 3 tu ea l. uc wvii.w4x cnmofliimT xi wwub V..--k i S4o,Uuu annually iu(miij. The emperor of Austria-Hungarlike the kaiser, operates a china factory. This establish y, books containing a total of 10.5'oTi purchased a nice line of spring lines, but that was over two centurie-agPoe received $10 for "The and summer goods. Raven." That may be dismissed with THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Mr. Irvin Thomas, of Camp-bellsvill- e, the statement that poetry never paid. The modern way of making morun visited relatives in this the best afternoon paper prinby literature is even more recent than Is generally thought Alexander Hill community last week. ted anywhere. of Cincinnati, one of the best known Miss Ann Lizzie Squires, near bookmen and collectors of the middle Has the best corps of corres. west, has a letter in his collection of Columbia, was the pleasant guest proves this point. autographs that Two generations ago Eliza Logan of Misses Mattie and Fannie Ev- pondents. was a leading actress in America. ans last Saturday night and SunRead her letter, O budding genius ol Covers the Kentucky field per the typewriter, and be glad that when day. you are paid it Is space rates for the fectly. local paper: Best Medicine for folds. Tremont House, Boston, May 17, 1S54. Covers the general news field E. Dusseault, Jr., Charlestown, Mass When a druggist recommends a remSir I wish an original five act tragedy-t- he feature to be a heroine, myself the edy for colds, throat and lung troubles personator of it; the scene not to be lahl you can feel sure that he knows what completely. In this country; the plot to be optional he is talking about. C. Lowry, drugwith the author for which, if I like Jt Has the best and fullest rnaf gist, of Marion, Ohio, writes of Dr. will pay $5. Respectifully, ELIZA LOGAN King's New Discovery: "I know Dr. kets reports. Boston Post King's New Discovery is the best throat and lung medicine I sell. It American Leaf Colors. DEMOCRATIC in politics ba It has been observed that the leaves cured my wife of a severe bronchial of American trees, such as maples cold after all other remedies failed." fair to everybody. scarlet oaks and so forth, which hi It will do the same for yoa if you are home exhibit splendid colors in tht suffering with a cold or any bronchial, autumn, fall uelow their reputation in throat or lung cough. Keep a bottle SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPthis regard when transplanted In En-- : on hand all the time for everyone in land or on the continent of Europe the family to use. It is a home docAn English observer, who has beet TION RIGHT AWAY Price 50c and S1.00. Sold and studying the causes of the autumi tor guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. Ad. tints of trees, thinks the superiority "SBB of our woodlands arises from the son and mild vet glowing climatic condi Hookworm in Kentncky. A Splendid tions prevailing here in the fall. Enu' Is added. Is rarely blessed with land, it This little parasite has been Clubbing Bargain , an Indian summer. When the climatic conditions permit the leaves to retain found to prevail tc an alarming to paint New York society peoWo Offer considerable vitality in the autumn Expectancy of Lifo. ple. But not the way some of degree among the people of the is normally the New York society people All insurance is calculated upon the the colored pigmentglorious forests deol mountain sections of the State. probable length ol time a person has veloped: hence the paint. Chicago Record-Herald- . to live. This is called the average ex- the United States. It is said to bring on indolence pectancy. Many elnlwrate tables have And JA'Chicago student earnedjiis been made up by tht insurance com and indifference in the persons Regulating Price of Books. baed upon tuition by selling horse gradish. panics, someupon another, one set of The price of books was once a mat afflicted. If indolence and indif and conse dat'i. some ter for legislation in England. ars Now.Jf he could only qualify as quently they vary slightly The Brit of 1534, which seems never toAnhat ference are sure signs of hook- tables, the "strong" man on the athlet- ish life annuity a man a fair calculaa been repealed, provides that any con: worm, then the farmers in many of fifty has lion, show that plaint regarding the price of ic team. natural expectancy of living 21.2 years, should be considered by "the lord book , sections of our State are genera woman of the same age 23.5 years; the at sixty h5 expectancy i 11.8 years, justices or anylord treasurer and tin ally infected and the South is bad Both One two of these," and that '; i'A Chicago professor announces 17 vears: at seventy his is 9.5 hers' is . J iiitiMiMiiMw those dignitaries should have "powei off. It used to be called by varYear that the humane race" will soon years, her? 0.1) years. and authority to reform and redre.s-th- e ious names lazyness, malaria, For Only enhancing of the prices of printe't be toothless. At least that's one She 5aw, books and 'to limit the prices of the etc. but certain scientists now Subscriptions may I "Why is Mrs. Wombat wearing such books and the offenders should lost way of getting back at the beef new or renow.il dowdy clothes lately? She spends half and forfeit for every book by them inform us that this microscopic trust. her husband's income on dress. But sold whereof the price be enhaueeu' parasites is at the bottom of our What The Weekly Enquirer Is why is she wearing such mean looking the sum of 3s. Gd." London Mall. 1 1 i s good to know inertia. clothes just now?" Did you ever notice how some It is issued every Thursday. Subscription price "Her husband's mother is visiting She Didn't Do It. tell us the trou- cl per year, and it is one of the best home metit, for they also women will fidget about when her just now. See?" ropolitan weeklies of It has all the faciliThe family jar waxed fiercer. The other woman saw. Pittsburgh There ties of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtain"You talk about my being to blaim ble can be remedied. they run acros3 a rewspaper out Post events, and for our marrying!" shrilly exclaimed is no need now for the man to ing the World's leading news. for that reasen can It carries a great civc you all the something has been of which Mrs. Vick-Sen"John Henry, did I amount of valuable farm matter, criapt editorials This Is English Do You Get It? hunt you out md then make love to sit on the rail fence crying be- and reliable market report. Its nuclipped. Little Johnny came running in to hia you?" merous departments make it a necessity to every a splinter is sticking into father and said: "No!" he snorted. "But you could cause home, form or business roan. "Oh, father. I have just gained a sov- have given me the glassy eye and eent him and he too d to Tnis grand ofl'er ia limited and we advise you to ereign and threepence." me about ray business, and you didn't take advantage by subscribing for the above com move. The State should proceed bination right now. Call or mail orders to. "How's that?" said his father. you didn't do lt!"-C- hi do ft, madam "Well," said Johnny, "I have just cago Tribune. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. to get rid of the miserable little bought a guinea pig for ninepence." pest that is sapping our manhood Capital Punishment. Very Thorough. "Mamma, did you love to flirt vneo away. We have a great agriculI3ETTVL OFFICE Clarice Well. aunt, how do you like you were young?" tural State, good men, fine climate your new doctor? Aunt Oh, immense"I am afraid I did, dear." and should lead the world in ly. He's, so thorough. He never comes "And were you ever punished for it, Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE to see me without finding some little mamma?" field and live stock production. demn a chick's throat cures thing the matter with me. Judge. "Cruelly, dear. I married your in paps. A few drops in the JDETTIST drinking water cures and ther." Paris Rire. prevents cholera, diarrhoea We hava a good young Jack which and other chick diseases. One Reckless. XFXT TO POST OFFICE will be peamitted to serve a. few we bottle makes 12 gallons of Howell Did you ever do any deed of The hours we pass with happy pro medicine At all druggists. Columbia, Ky. oSampleand booklet on. "Dis- - daring? Powell Yes: I once said what pects in view are more pleasing than mares. v Murray Bros. . I thought when guessing a woman's those crowned with fruition. Bourbon Remedy Co. lexicgtea, Ky. OFFICE rHOXE OS ' RES PHONE SO. Ad. age. New York Pres3. o. I They Mark the Course of Glaciers Aclown Our Continent. Throughout the northern United States, from the Atlantic ocean to the far northwest and as far south as Kentucky, huge bowlders are found scatA headline says that "Boston tered at haphazard. The rocks and Ladies' Tailors Hold Up Easter ledges are smoothed and marked with faint lines to Gowns." Why confine the ac- scratches varying from deep. Some of broad grooves two feet cusation to Boston and to tailors? these bowlders, weighing many tons, are so balanced on a ledge that a slight If is said that Queen Mary touch will rock them. The Indians used spends $4,000 annually for dress. them as "alarm bells." The grooves or scratches on these She doesn't stand ace high with rocks are as a rule parallel and extend north and south. Squth of the above some of our American queens. mentioned area neither bowlders nor scratched rocks can be found. A good many f peopleare disHow came the bowlders in their posatisfied with the new nickles. sition? What scratched the rocks V of Perhaps they expected them to Agassiz. familiar with the glaciersanthe Alps, probably gave the true buy more than the old ones did. swer. He showed that a similar state of things is produced today by the glaThe Airedale is said to be sup- ciers of Switzerland. These streams of planting the bulldog, but it will Ice creep slowly down from the lofty Bummlts of the Alps through the valbe long before he gets into comic leys to the plains. They bear on their huge rocks fallen from surpicture with a tramp. rounding cliffs. The stones frozen in The oldest undertaker in the the bottom of the glacier, pressed down by the enormous weight of ice above world has just completed his one them, scratch and groove the rocks behundredth birthday. His ambi- neath, as the tool of a carpenter gouges tion is to bury the last man on out a piece of wood. What was the condition of America earth. when similar effects were produced ': If Friedmann's turtle serum Instead of local glaciers scattered in the whole surface now covwill cure tuberculosis, a serum the valleys, bowlders must have been ered with made f rom'diamondbackiterripin hidden by an immense sheet of ice ought to make a man live for- Judging from the marks on the rocks, the sheet moved from the north toward ever. the south, carrying with it masses of A Paris artist is coming over rock. Harper's Weekly. community iast Thursday. ELIZA WAS GENEROUS. Mr. Luther Bell, candidate for Her Munificent Offer For an Original Jailer, was shaking hands with Five Act Tragedy. voters of this place last week. People are likely to look back com miseratingly upon the past in Miss Fannie Neat, who has of modern progress. When we hear what the most prolific of presem been sick for some time is slowly day novelists receives a word ano improving. what the weekly royalties of any well Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bryant known playwrights are we say that the literary profession has come into were shopping in Columbia last its own. Some hark back to the con the-M-days fly. THE L0UISV1LEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR trasting only 5 tale that Milton received week. t for the first copyright "Paradise Lost," an epic in twel'.i' Mr. J. R. Beard and son have FOR ONLY $4.50. The Adair County The Cincinnati cliu'u-berlain- eekly Enquirer . . 1 f y. n. hook-worme- Dr. James Trfplett i V 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Dorothy, EVERYTHING IN a little infant of has been quite Corn planting is about a thing Leonard'Walker's sick for several days. of the past for this season Mr. Milton Janes was on a busWe had a nice shower of rain iness trip to Edmonton, Satur one day last week. day. Mike Winfrey, of Columbia, Cummings and Co's stavejfac-tor- y was in this section a day or so of located here, is doing a flourlast week. ishing business, affording emQuite a number of young peoployment for quite a number of ple from this place attended field hands, who are kept busy! from day at Columbia, last Friday. the rising of the sun to the setson, ting thereof. Also Elwood and American Fence. Mrs. J. D.JWalker and her James W., spent a few days The farmers are getting along here last week. nicely with their work, and are Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Keltner nearly all through planting. visited relatives at Greensburg, For Sale by Flowers & Beck, Columbia, Ky. Mr. J. W. Moore, who has been a few days of last week, CO- dangerously ill, we are glad to er field. Dear ones, look to Jes- ville, were made members of the Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore report better at this time. Incorporated us, he can heal your broken Board. spent a few days of last week by Miss Sidna Walker is spending The following National officers 12-- 1 G Eaat Matker Street, Between First and Brook the bedside of their son in .Cum- a week with hersister, Mrs. Ed hearts, and live to meet her in heaven. It is hard to give up were elected by the Association berland county, who has been Lee Hamilton, near Alone. Louisville, Ky. loved ones but God knows best for a year,, or until their succesconfined with fever. Mr. G. E. Hamilton and fam- and let us say God's will be done sors are elected: Mr. Luther Willis and family ily visited the former's parents, and not ours. President, United States, Senaspent several days at Stony Mr. Willie Hamilton, at Red The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al Funeral services were conduc- tor, John H Bankhead, of AlaPoint, by the bedside of their Lick recently. ted by Rev. G. R. Abrel after bama "the father of Good Roads brother, who has been dangerBoth One Year for $1.50. Mrs. Carrie Walker and chil- which the remains were laid to of America;" First Vice Presiously sick for the past week or dren, Sidna, Will and Hobson, rest in the family burying ground dent, Dell M. Potter, of Arizona; 30. spent from Saturday until Mon- in the presence of a large num- - (Second We Issue Illustrating Vice President, E. J. Mr. Jacob Nelson and son, of day with Mr. R. Y. Simpson and ber of relatives and friends, who Watson of South Carolina; Third Greensburg, was in this commu- wife. IN had assembled to pay the last re- - Vice President, John W. O'Neill, nity several days of last week, Mrs. Dee Kinniard, of Red sDects to a noble and good wo of Alabama; Secretary, J. A. seeing after stave timber. Lick, visited this place, Satur- man. Roundtree, o f Birmingham; Mr. Charles Herriford, of C- day. Broken hearted, sorrowing loved ones, Treasurer, Judge William Grubb, olumbia, made a trip over in Miss Delpha Kinniard and Hear God's promise pure and blest, of Alabama; and Managing DiCome to me ye heavy laden, Green county 'last week, and brother, Rowe, from Red Lick, I will surely give you rest. Ranging in Price From rector, T. L. Cannon, of St. bought a large body of timber passed through here Friday, en- - Cast your cares on loving Jesus, Louis. from several different parties. Until life's hard toils are won; route to Columbia, to be at com Five Delegates were elected to Sweetly, then, go home to glory, Mr. Cleo Sherrill, one of our mencement. And we would like the readers of The Adair County News Home, sweet home that you have attend, in June, the International boss who was reared near this This place won. was visited with a to write for one of thase booklets as the values are unusually Good Roads Congress which will place, and who is located at Lebpeaceful be her silent slumber, big hail storm Tuesday afternoon Then fine and the curtains without doubt modem and beautiful. meet in London, England. Peaceful in the grave so low, anon, Ky., was visiting his paraccompanied a big rain. Gar- She no more will join our number, Drop us a Card today There was presented by the ents here last week, and on his She no more our tears will know. dens that were up, were destroyAssociation to United States Senreturn home called in to see us. Members R. M. A. Fares Refunded Let us ever hope to meet her ed. ator, John H. Bankhead, Presifled; Where the cares of life have He reports his business good. Messrs. Will and Hopsin Walk- Where there's joy and peace and glad- dent, a beautiful ebony Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff Mr. Odis Moss, one of Greens-burg- s ness, er delivered some hogs 'at Red cane bearing the inscripWhere no farewell tears are shee. best business young men, Incorporated Lick, Tuesday. tion, "Presented to John Hollis Brittie Abrel, in company with his sister and Bankhead, First President of the Mr. D. W. Kinniard and son, Glensfork, Ky. 522 and 524 West Market St. cousin visited their relatives in United States Good Roads AssoR. H., visited relatives at Sulour city, a day or so of last week. This was presented phur Well, last week. United States Good Roads As. ciation." Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nell enterand accepted with very pleasing sociation. Mr. Luther Bell and mother, tained a few of their special speeches. months is expected home this ness trip to Larue county last friends one day last week, in visited relatives at Keltner last The various committees made week. week. week. honor of Miss Gist, of Texas. Birmingham, Ala., May 11, 1913. their reports and the same were Mr. W. E. Hancock received Mr. Robert Willis is at home We are glad to note that Mrs. Editor News: adopted. The Good Roads ConObituary. a message from Quannah, Texas W. P. Flowers, who has .been Summary of the proceedings gress paid a high tribute to on account of sickness. Rev. Marvin Perryman, L. W. last week stating that his sister, confined to her room for several of the National Good Roads Fed- United States Senator, John H. On Wednesday night, May 7, days with a complication of diseration, held at Birmiugham, Ala. Bankhead, President, by extend- T. S., visited Mr. Elva Jones Mrs. Uriah Stone, had died of 1913, the death angel visited the Sunday. He also preached an pneumonia. Mrs. Stone had liveases, has about recovered. April 24th and 25th, 1913: ing him a rising vote of thanks home of Mr. Dick Akin and ed in both Columbia and Cane Died on the 8th, Mrs. Zach By the terms of the adopted for the fair and impartial way in excellent sermon a t Glenville claimed for its victim his loving Valley. Bardin, with a complication of Constitution, the National Good which he presided. Great speeches Sunday a. m. wife, Susie Akin. She had been Claude Edrington's wagon wa3 Miss Mary Phillips, Lindsey-Wilsodiseases. She has been a long Roads Federation will hereafter were made by great men from all sick for several months, afflicted was the pleasant guest broken into last Sunday night be known as the United States parts of the world. When Kensufferer, confined to her room with a cancer. She leaves a lovand five pair of ladies slippers Good Roads Association. The tucky's good Governor appointed of the Misses Garnett Sunday. for several years. She was a ing husband and four children to Constitution was written by a the writer to go and represent member of the Baptist church. The Misses Young entertained and three pair of men's shoes mourn their loss, two . children The funeral was preached by committee composed of Thomas the great State in the National the young people Saturday night. were taken. having preceded her to the L. Cannon, of Missouri; J. A. Good Roads Congress, the latter Every one reports a most enjoyRev. H. T. Jessee, and her reMr. S. G. Banks was able to grave several years ago, besides Roundtree, of Alabama; R. G. little comprehended the magni- able time. mains interred at the Antioch walk over in town one last week, a host; of relatives and friend, Railey, of Kentucky; W. A. John- tude of the mission, but he decemetery. She leaves a husband Miss Pinkie Breeding and Mr. the first time since Christmas. who deeply sympathize with the ston, of Tennessee; S. M. John- termined to represent to the very We .are glad to see this kind old and one child with a host of relJoe Henson. Purdy, were the bereaved ones in this the saddest son, of New Mexico; B. F. atives and friends to weep over best of his ability the greatest guests of the Misses Murrell gentleman looking so weil. hour of their life. Mrs. Akin of Arizona; C. her departure. Mr. Bardin re- was a kind Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furkin, State in the Union. After his Sunday. and loving mother s, of Mississippi; V. B. turns his many thanks to the and of Absher, were visiting Mr. T. little speech, the Kentuckian was was loved by all; she will who is in people in general for their kindof Alabama; F. H. Colcoch, made a member of the two most Mr. Walter Barger, A. Furkin lak Sunday. be greatiy missed in the neighAberdeen, Wash., is, at present, S. E. of South Carolina; and ness to his wife during her sick- borhood important committees and electMr. and Mrs. P. V. Cundiff, of in which she lived, but undergoing an operation at that of California. ness. ed Vice President for Kentucky. most of all by her husband and place. We wish him a speedy Miami, were shopping here last It provides that the memberHe tried to "make good" for recovery. ' Wednesday. children, who are so lonely withNell. . ship fee shall be one dollar per the State. The Good Roads moveout her. But weep not as those Mrs. E. C. Sublett was visiQuite a large crowd was out to who have no hope, for she is stf e annum and that the sisterhood of ment throughout the nation is Mr. Jim Simpson, from the singing, Sunday. Some very ting her sister, Mrs. Nancy Subwith Jesus and is beckoning to States shall each be entitled to the greatest movement of today. the Breeding section, was here last fine music was rendered, Prof. lett, of Hatcher, last week. R. G. Railey. loved ones to join her around one director and three Vice Presiweek, buying hogs. R. 0. Cabbell, Elva Jones and The farmers east of Cane ValGod's eternal throne where there dents. Mr. R. H. Walker was on a ley are complaining to T. S. Anderson Murrell as masters. Attorney R. G. Railey, of Zien. will be no partings and sad goodbusiness trip to Columbia, Mon"Aunt" Manervia Montgom- Smith, the Came Warden of byes. Her sickness-wa- s one of Thompkinsville, Senator M. 0. day. ery, one of the most aged ladies Adair county, that the boys are suffering, although every effort Scott, of Edmonton, and AttorMost of our farmers have be- Mrs. Mary Bell spent a few was made to relieve of this community, has been killing all the squirrels in their her pain but ney General James Garnett, of gun planting corn. woodland. Some boast of killing days last week at Red Lick. very sick for the past week. to no avail. The golden bowl is Frankfort, were elected Vice as many as twenty in three hours Miss May Upton arid Messrs. Mr. Rollin Kinniard did bus- broken and she has gone, to try Presidents for the State of KenMr. Smith is looking after them and Elva, Jones Cane Valley. iness at Columbia, Saturday. the realities of that great beyond. tucky, Mr. W. W. Duffield of Robert Willis all of his spane time. attended the Kentucky Educa- . Mr: J. W. Walker was trajk; It is, such a sweet thought for Harlan, for Director. . Mrs. Ed Hancock who hes Constitution provides for tional Association at Louisville Constipation Cured. aacting business here, one daypi loved one s to know sheis afc been sick for the pa two weeks Dr. King's jSew Life Pills will rerest witn jesus ana tnat sooner an Honary Advisory Board, com .last week. a Misses Mary Wilcoxin, Mary is improving nicely. lieve constipation promptly and get or later they all can join her in posed of Governors and Lieut. .Mr. FT. Bell was on a busyour bowels in healthy condition again. Oliver Willis, jx candidate for heaven, an unbroken band arond Governors of the States. . i . and Stella Garnett, of Columbia, John Supsic, of Sanbury, Pa.r says: iness trip to Breeding, Thursday. God's eternal throne. God saw Ujider this provision, J G6v: visited Misses Mattye and Mary Jailer, and J. B. Eubank, candi- "They are the best pills I ever uaed, Rev. J. Scott will fill his reg- she had done enough and said ladate for Assessor, were here last and I advise everyone to use them for James B. McCreary, of Frank' Young Saturday and Sunday. constipation, indigestion and livet ular appointment here Saturday bor no more in the earthly vine- fort, and Lieut. Governor Ed. Miss Helen Upton, who has week. complaint." Will help you. Price 25c .and Sunday. yard but come come to a broad- - ward J. McDermott, of Louis- - been in Alabama for several Mr. Wyatt Feese made a busi Eecommenaed by Paull Drug Co. Ad. HOOFING and Printed. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized! -- Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. 1 1 a-Lea- flet ; J NOBBY STYLES Lace Curtains 98 TO $1.69 pER jPajr gold-head- ed n, Bil-lingsl- ey, Hen-dric- k, Ad-kin- De-Roch- ni, i . X-Th- e last-week-. -