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Montgomery, who is THE END OF RAINBOW. j to assist Play Given at tfie Court-Hous- s Jones Dead- - tertained at the Close of a Successful School Year. PROSPECTS GOOD FOR COMING YEAR. Monday morning marked the closing of another successful year of the Lind a school tnat has gained a very enviable reputation in this part of Kentucky. The recitals of last week drew immense audiences to the chapel, every body loud in their praise of the pupils who took part. The first of the series of recitals ap proaching the close of the Lindsey-Wilso- n Training School was given Tuesday evening by Miss Cary Rosenfield, who graduated from the music department. Too much praise cannot be given Miss Eosenfield. She lias been a most earnest, painstaking pupil and the result of the faithfulness arid wonderful ability in musical lines was that the Urge audience was treated to four beautiful numbers faultlessly rendersey-wiiso- n, ed. The vocal numbers by those who assisted her were most entertaining and won much applause. Thursday evening Misses Ollie Crocket and Myrtle Sageser, who graduated from the expression department, gave their recitals to a packed house. Both of these attractive young ladies are very efficient along the lines of their chosen professions and they were encored repeatedly. They closed their program with a play: ''A Fair Encounter," in which both acquitted themtwo-charact- er selves most favorably. Although the weather was quite disagreeable Friday evening, a fair sized and appreciative audience heard the recital given by the members of the music class. The program, consisting of both vocal and instrumental numbers, was rendered without a hitch and showed that the members net only possessed rare talent but that they had received exeellent training. On Saturday evening came the "Evening of Plays" under the direction of Miss Bess Shannon. This was one of the best and most entertaining recitals ever given from that platform and teacher and pupils alike deserve much praise. Sunday forenoon Rev. A. R. Kasey. who is a member of the Board of Control, a former pastor of the Methodist Church, here, now of Hopkinsville, preached the baccalaureate sermon before a packed audience. It was a splendid discourse, abounding in helpful thoughts for the young advice, that if taken profit will follow. Friends and patrons felt justly proud of the graduation exercises which took place in the chapel Monday morning at 10 o'clock, thus closing the most entertaining commencement week in the history of the school. The vocal quartette. "The Sweetest Flower that Blows" was both appropriate and well rendered. The names of the graduates and their subjects are as follows: "Visions, "Thetis Williams: "Ambition," William Ernest Harris: "The Teach er, "William Fredrick Rainwater: "The Call of Uncle Sam for Educated Men," Charles Blackraore Diddle: "Advantages of Country Life to the Development of Character," Julian Adair in the revival meeting at the Christian Church begining the first Sunday in June, is a native of this county, and while he is well known by most of the citizens of Columbia yet but few know him as a preacher or an Evaugalist, never having preached in this town. His present home is in Moreland, Ky., where he has been pastor for a number of years and has built up a splendid church and Bible School, second to none in that part of the State. He and daughter a.kind and devoted fa- has done some Evangalistic work in Texas and Oklahoma and different ther, the country a useful citizen. 2nd, That we, as a lodge fender our parts of this state and the Southheart-fe- lt sympathy to the surviving west. He is a speaker of strength, children and all other relatives, who eloqeuce and close reasoner. He uses large charts to illustrate most of have sustained a great loss. 3rd, That a copy of these resolutions his sermons, which attracts, at once, bespread upon the minute book of both the eye and ear. We trust that this lodge and that a copy each be sent the people of Columbia will give him a good hearing from the start, and I to the son and daughter. 5th, That the fraternity attend his feel sure those who hear him onec funeral in a body and that each mem- will hear him again. Miss Mayme ber wear the usual badge of mourning Depp, of Glasgow, who will lead the chorus, will be here Friday evening for thirty days. 5th, That the Adair County News preceeding the meeting and hopes to meet the singers of all the churches publish these resolutions. that helped in the meeting when she Gordon Montgomery, ( was here before, and also all the new "W. T. Price, Com. ( C. S. Harris. ones that will help in singing. "Christian Gospel Hymns" will be Blood Poisoned. used in the meeting which is a splendid book for revival meetings. It is one of Charles Reign Scovel's favorite About two weeks ago, James, an eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. productions. We ask an interest in R. Lyon, Campbellsville, goc a splinter the prayers of all the people of the stuck in one of his feet. The splinter town in behalf of the meeting, that was removed, but a few days there- many souls may be saved and the luke after blood poison set up, and for the warm . members revived and the last week the lad has been in a very Christian people of all denominations While here last edified. serious condition. Z. T. Williams. Wednesday his father was told over the 'phone that his son's condition Buggies, Wagons, all kinds of famwas not improving, and he left for ing tools at the store of J. H. Phelps, home. It is hoped by friends here Jamestown, Ky. that the little fellow will recover, t Ad. though "the father, while talking to a jNews man, appeared to oe very un- Surprise Dinner. saw fit to remove from" the daily walks of life our esteemed and beloved brother, Dr. J. H. Grady, who was a member of Columbia Lodge, No. 96, Free and Accepted Masons, and also a member of Columbia Chapter, R. A. MM No. 7, thererore, be it Resolved, that in the death of this respected citizen and zealous Mason, which occurred at Quincey, Illinois, Tuesday, April 22, 1913, this lodge lost oneof its most useful Masons, his son in His infinite wisdom, God ..., 29-2- easy. Last Sunday morning the subject of this notice died at home of Jus son in Cumberland county. He was sevent--eigh- t Last Wednesday Evening by years old, known to a great many people in Adair county. Mr. J. W. High School Pupils. Jones, who lives at GJenville, was his son and Mr. E. H. Huges, cashier of The Auditorium Filled to its Capacity. First National Bank, his nephew. ne was a gentleman of a jovial disposition, and will be missed by many The residents of Columbia and vicinity, and many visitors were highly en- relatives and friends. lie was buried at Glasgow. last Wedtertained at the court-hous- e nesday evening by pupils of the CoA Pointer For Retail Houses. lumbia High School. It was a play, "At the End of the Rainbow," and twenty characters were The trade current that has been represented, young ladies and young settling steadily in the direction of gentlemen of the school, all of whom the big mail order houses can now be acquitted themselves in a manner that diverted toward the small merchant. would have done credit to those who The parcel post allows each individhave often appeared upon the stage. ual storekeeper to develop a mail orThere were some fine acting, and the der business within his own district perfect manner in which the play was at a lower postal rate than any one rendered was certainly a credit to the outside of it can ship goods tojfcus-tomer- s school. within it. By adopting Jthe There were so many characters, to same advertising methods which the give each performer credit due, would mail order houses have usedjfor their take up too much space, hence we will own benefit and profit in the past and not particularize, but will state, that organizing an efficient shipping deas a whole, it was one of the most en- partment the small merchant is Jnow joyable entertainments ever pulled enabled to build up a profitable trade off in Columbia. in a greatly widened field. It required one hour and thirty The parcel post is educating buyminutes to render the play, perfect at- ers to know that stores nearer home tention being given by the immense can serve them just as audience. Applause after applause far more quickly and reasonable and satisfactorily frequently came which greatly stimumail order house. Maysville than the lated the players. Bulletin. The teachers who drilled the class deserve praise for the perfect manner How the Vote Stands in which each actor and each actress did his or lier part. The following is the standing of the The following is a synopsis of the candidates at the Parlor Circle,' up to play: and including last Saturday night: Act I. Phyllis and "Imp" at their Dora Eubank 42,410 studies Robert's story of his client's Mary Smith 37,600 troubles The bride and groom Jane Nell Tarter 23,650 sees things Nell comes to the rescue Eva Walket 21,200 of Theta Phi Molly becomes a maid-D- ick Margaret Lovett 14,450 employs a butler Jane alarms the butler "Hawkins" makes love-Lo- uise Bank Stock for Sale. plays with. Jack Phyllis wins e The May terra of the Adair circuit court opened Monday morning. Judge J. C. Carter arrived promptly, and by the noon hour he had completed his instructions to the grand jury, which is composed of twelve good men. In delivering his instructions, the Judge took up all the crimes known to the law, urging the grand jury to indict in every instance where the proof was sufficient to sustain the charge. The Jury retired to its room and it is believed will do its duty. lb is the duty of all good citizens who know of crimes having been committed to furnish the grand jury with the information. A Wonder. Mr. Hudson Conover, one of our best farmers, and strictly reliable, reports that he has a Bronze turkey hen that began laying the ITth of last November and is still producing eggs at the average turkey rate. Up to this date she has 127 eggs to her record. The first hatch, under a chicken hen was in February and they are good size. He has 53 young ones and the number of eggs yet to hatch is between 50 andJlOO. For Sale. Three nice cottages, two with six rooms each, one with three rooms, good water and out buildings, lots adjoin. The rental value pays taxes, insurance and interest on $4,000. Address H. N. Beauchamp, Box 222, Campbellsville, Ky. Adv. aG.tf. By Announcement The following announcement apt, New peared in the groom was Orleans. The prospective born and reared in this vicinity, and is a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Conov-e- r. He is a young man of excellent business qualifications, and has had situations from home since he became Times-Democraout-of-tow- etor of the automobile line between the seven meetiugs preceding the grown: Columbia and Campbellsville, he hav-iu- g music school and the average number n wedAn approaching purchased the machines,"bwned by of chapters read by the school from ding of interest here, where both the the company, last Saturday. We are the Bible per week increased nearly bridegroom prospective bride and glad to state that an agreement was This shows what good have many friends, is that of Miss reached, and believe that Mr. Myers singing will do for Sundav School Mr. and Cora Van Zant. daughter of will be benefitted financially by the work. Mrs. William Van Zant of McComb transaction. We certainly hope he Bolin, E. L, McKinley, Edmon BryRespt. City, Miss., to Mr. Robert Boyce Con-ov- ant, Mont Conover; Misses Addie Mcwill have no further opposition. There L. Akin, Sec. A. S. S. of Cloumbia, Ky., which has We collect notes and accounts and is not business for two lines, igand as Kinley, Etta and Lula Bryant, Grace been announced by Miss Van Zant's and Ruth Montgomery, Annie Reeves Maj. J. W. Ottley went to Cin?in-na- ti look after claims anywhere in the Mr. Myers has the mail contract, he parents to take place in June, in Mcand Bessie Conover; Messrs. Albert United States and make no charges should have a clear field. last week. He is preparing to Comb City. Bryant, Love Willis, Marvin and Lee put the Eubank pump on the market. unless we collect. The ice cream and strawberry supper and this trip was made to make a Strayed, from mv farm, one sow, Conover. May's Collection Agency, given by the ladies of the Baptist with manufacturers. Mr. Ottley'sdeal Ad. inwould weigh 250 pounds when left Bargains in Dqjing Mowers and Church, at the court-houslast Wed- terest in the pump was recently acSomerset. Ky. home. About half black and half Binders at J. H. Phelps' Hardware nesday evening, was a decided success. quired, he having purchased it from white. I will pay a reward for her re- and implement sbere, Jamestown, Ky. The fee was only ten cents for cake IMr. W. R. Lyon, of Campbellsville. Prominent Lady Dead. turn, or information that will lead to Ad. 29-and cream, and the receipts were recovery. right at twenty dollars. Besides en For Sale J. R. Stinson, The Fourth District Convention of a highly re- joying tne refreshments, the social Mrs. Victoria Garnett, Glensfork, Ly. the Christian Church, composed of the spected lady, died this morning, aged feature of the occasion was delightful, 29-Ad. counties of Adair, Casey, Russell and 69 years. A more extended, notice and when the closing out hour came House and lot in front o f Lindsey-Wilso- n Wayne, will b e held a t Antioch will appear later. the promoters went home feeling that Campus. An excellent opporDr. E. I. Alper, who is recognized church Casey county, near Phil, bethey had been well paid for their tunity for a family with children to and endorsed by the best citizens of gining on Friday evening before the We have just read an extract of a time. put in school, address, this community as the best opticians fifth Sunday in June, holding over the speech delivered by Mr. Melvin A, Prof. P. D. Neilson, ever been here ,has returned to our fifth Sunday. The progrm will appear Traylor, VicePresidentof the NationThe Columbia District Conference Columbia, Ky. with him Dr. Jacob- - in due time. town, and has al Stock Yards National Bank, Na- of the Methodist Church will meet at 24t-- f Louisville, who is an expert stein, of tional Stock Yards, 111. "Beefsteak Elkhorn, Taylor county, June 3rd, 9 Hodges on the eyes. We tnink anybody in One evening last week Prof. R. R. Mrs. Irene Gist, who lost her hus and the Banker" was the subject a. m. Will be in session three days, Lack of space forbids due comment need of glasses will do well to call on band a few weeks ago, desires to exMoss and wife entertained the Profeschsen by Mr. Traylor, and the idea and it is hoped that every preacher in on each of these, but so well were they them while they are here. They will press fifty in numsor's normal class, her grateful thanks to all friends conveyed was that cattle were becomthe district will be present and as ber. Refreshmentsabout served and written, delivered and received, that give you absolute satisfaction. They who were so kind during her huswere ing so scarce throughout the entire many lay members as possible. we have asked for a copy of each, and are located at Page & Taylor Drug band's illness, ending in death. Miss county that it required a good sum of the evening most enjoyably spent. week by week they will appear in this Store. Mr. Loyd Gist, sister and money to buy a beefsteak. The speech Willie and paper. The lightning which struck an Oak Deputy United States Marshall, U. brother of the deceased, join in the was full of good suggestions, looking tree in the vicinity of the home of Mrs. G McFarland, who was shot in MonMiss Ruth Millikiu, in her usual Mr. Robert Antle. the present above expression. to better conditions cheaper meat Grover Grissom, last Wednesday, killed charming manner, sang Tostris, "Good-Byeroe county last week by Moonshiners, school Superintendent of Russell Begining with Rev. J. N. Crawford's in th Uuited States. Mr. Traylor is for her a hen and a brood of chickens, is reported improving. The ball passcounty, Mr. E. M. Cox, of Albany and The address by Rev. A. R. Kasey, baccalaureate sermon before the pu a native of Adair county, a young the latter almost large enough to fry. ed through one of his lungs. ''Excelsors" Hon. L. T. Neat, of Adair, announced pils of the Graded school, all the exer man of ability, one who has gone to This is the first time we ever reported based on Longfellow's candidacy for the State Senate the front. was among the best things ever given their court-houschickens killed by lightning. Mr. Wallace Beard and Mr. F. E. e last Monday. T bjJcises ana entertainments will b e at the in our town, and the hearty applause Webb and the superintendent makqyS' for next week, as they are to olteji Mr. S. M. Bryant, a former citizen Mose Ed Milam, of color, who was up the Board of Examiners for gave evidence that it fell on appre- district is composed of the counties this Cumberland, Clinton, Adair. ellW; place this week. of Adair county, but who now lives in Known as "Tat," and who was the de- yeac They are now at work on i ciative ears. the SiaBVbsher, who lives in the Cane Coal City, Ind., had the misfortune to livery boy for Geo. E. Wilson a year papers of teachers, handed in last SatFollowing this Prof. Neilson, in a and Wayne. ValleyKitry, had the misfortune to lose his residence and all its contents or two, died at the home of his mother, urday. faw well chosen words, presented the When in Jamestown and needing any- lose hisln, one mule and a lot of Sunday afternoon May 11th, by fire. last Friday morning. diplomas to the class of five and also way machinery on your feed stuff this morning by fire. seventy-fiv- e Loss, 81,600. Mr. Bryant writes the teachers were bet About to Misses Myttle Sageser and Ollie thing in the H. of Phelps' store. farm, enter J. Board of Examiners last FriNews that since the fire he has been Judge J. C. Carter held a special fore the Crocket, graduatesiu expression, and Appropriate exercises will be held t Ad. thinking a great deal about returning term of ciicuit court at Liberty last day and Saturday. We will likely be Miss Cary Rosenfield, music. at the city cemetery in afternoon of to old Kentucky. week and came from that place to Co- able to give the names of those who Rev. J. S. Chandler made a short the 30th of May. reA. English, this place, lumbia, opening court here Monday were awarded first and second certifigrowth of the school since Mrs. J. message Wednesday aftertalk on'the ceived a We are cates next week. Sheriff 4i? establishment, ten years ago, and noon stating that her brother, E. L. Hughes and informed are now busy The ladies of the Baptist church morning. his deputies will serve ice cream cones at the Fair boy's dorof visions he has of a new' 200 Acre farm for sale, one mile easii Harvey, of Dallas, Texas, was dead. Squirrels can be killed any time durriding over Russell county, serving Grounds (Wednesday) Field mitory. Both pupils and patrons are os Camp Knox, Ky. Reasonable iming the year excepo from the 15th of papers, making ready for circuit court' Day. saddened over the departure of Prof. The IRgard Chapel, Sparkesv-ili- e September to the 15th of November. provements, well watered. For parwhich will convene at Jamestown the Neilson and his estimable wife and Mission, will be dedicated the 5th Remember that Field Day exercises That is the law. Hunters must have ticulars call on J. A. Dul worth, Camp best wishes go with them to their new Sunday in June. Rev. Hogard will third Monday in June. Knox, or C. A. Edrington, Gresham, will be pulled off at the Fair Grounds license. field. Ky. t. preach the sermon. Evans Brothers, Edith, this county, this (Wednesday) afternoon. Before buying a pump call and see Messrs McFarland & Feese are movsold Dolph Bryant, one day last week, I keep on hands a full stock of the latest improved one that will not It is reported that the pike from a pair of eight year old mare mules Last Wednesday afternoon lightning ing rapidly with Mr. Bruce Montgomfreeze, and the easiest on the market. hereto Campbellsville is in better for $375. struck a large oak tree between the ery's residence. It is closed in and coffins and caskets, also robes; S. F. Eubank. hearses. Prompt service night or day. Lindsey-Wilso- n and Dr. S. P. Miller's the lathing has commenced. condition than for several years. 29 2t Ad. Good rains fell in spots over the residence, setting it afire, and it was Phone 29. The names of the grand 'and petit 45-- 1 yr ' J. F. Triptett, .H lost a good horse Born, to the wife of Estes Hayes, county last Thursday and Friday burning, an hour or two after the elec Trabue' Shearer ' May 12, a son. urors will be published next week. night. . Columbia, Ky7 storm was over. Ad. trical last week. one-fourt- h. er e, 2t 2t At the home and Mrs T.-- J. Bry- Douglas. ant, Thursday, May 15, 1913, in honor II. The substitution of papers of Mrs. Bryant's birth- The plot to steal. the packet Louise day. It was quite a surprise as the deceives Robert Douglas visits Phyllis secret had not been fully revealed un- clandestinely Louise secures the packtil the neighbors began to arrive with et The "Imp" makes a discovery baskets, and when tlie noon Marion's sacrifice 1 sought the pot of hour was announced the table groaned gold at the end of the rainbow. III. The foot ball game Ted is under its load of the finest eatables good ladies of the communi- hurt A player's lament Robert's that the ty could prepare. She was the recip- suspicions are aroused Molly is jealous ient of many nice presents, and the Louise is exposed Phyllis and Douday was a most enjoyable one. When glasWe'll hold on to the homestead-Rob- ert and Marion find the pot of the parting hour arrived, all joined in gold at the end of the rainbow. wishing Mrs. Bryant many more returns Those present were: Mr. and How to Collect Accounts. Mrs. T. J. Bryant, Mesdames. M. E. sixty-secon- d well-fille- I, as executor of the estate of J. M. d Rowe, deceased, will sell one share of stock in the Grady ville State Bank, to the highest bidder, at Gradyville, on Saturday, June 7, at 2 o'clock, p. m. L. Akin. Ad. 29-- 2t Mr. W. R. Myers is now sole propri- book of the Antioch Sunday school, it is found that during the seven weeks next preceeding the first term of our school of vocal music taught by Rev. I. M. Grimsly. tha average attendance of Sunday School was 32 7, and tha average number of chapters read from the Bible per week was 159 while at the seven meetings of the Sunday School during the first, second and third terms of our music school the average attendance of our Sunday School was 63 and the average number of chapters read per week was 206 7 showing the average attendance, while the music school was in session to be more than double that of 5-3-- 7, 4-- 7, 5-- examination of the Secretery's -- ". I ' 29-2- that -- to-da- y 29-2- -- . VI THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS IOUISVILLE Latest Quotations HOGS MARKETS The County Candidate. house, kisses his wife and chil- AN UNPUBLISHED NOVEL Could Not Be Read. dren and begins life anew. Our Railways and Others. Ex. U. G. BAHDWICK, Pres. J. H. COCKE, Y. Prei.; B. B. BIETZMAN. Sec People, behold the candidate. on Live Stock He cometh forth like a flower in urnaby's Handwriting Was So Bad It Choice 210 up Mediums, 165 to 210 Bigs Roughs GRAIN. 8.75 7.65 6.50 7.00 Wheat Corn CATTLE 105 80 Canners Bulls Cutters steer Beef steers Sat heifers and cows Shipping $7.008.50 Feeders Stackers Choice niilch cows Common to fair cows ... 5.506.50 4256.00 aOo4.00 2.003.00 3.254.00 4.255.75 3.755.50 35.00-45.15.00-35.00 00 SHEEP AND LAMBS est lambs Culls 5.00 6.00 ?atsheep Local Market. To-da- y. 3.005.00 3.00-4.00 which there was considerable competition among the publishers. This Is 4Ulte true. The manuscript, rope. This excessllwould reach a bulky parcel, was handed to me paign, tired, dusty, quiet and with discretionary power either to pubtwice about the world.N lish it myself or to use It in connection busted. Our railroads carry a little less with the proposed biography. finally In the early part of his camHere a singular and, as it freight than those of Europe, but proved, a fatal obstacle presented itpaign, his friends fill him up self. Familiar for many years with with water, hope and the gener- roll up more than twice as many Burnaby's handwriting, I could not s. In 1912 the ton-mi-le after diligent endeavor make out more al atmosphere. Thus early- in than a sentence here and there on the the campaign, he swelleth up record in America was 267,288,-000,00- 0; crowded page of manuscript of all Europe 117,347,-000,00- 0. Burnaby's writing was, possibly with like a toad, he walketh abroad in the exception of Dean Stanley's, the the land like he owned the earth, worst I ever saw. It looked as if beAmerican railroadsIreceive 20 fore sitting down to write a letter he and as though all things were pulled a twig out of the hedge, per cent, more freight revenue had a little blacking and then gone his'n. mixed rate ahead. than European, the ton-mi- le He smiles upon all men and He wrote the whole of his "Bide to woman kind, and sloppeth over being much lower. Passenger Khiva" and his "Bide on Horseback own Asia Minor" with good humor and pleasant revenue is 20 per cent, less; the Through But before theywith his the reached hand. printer they were fairly written out by jokes. He kisseth the children total slightly greater. ton-mile- the early morning, sweet, refreshing and entertaining; he The United States has 52.000 retires at the end of the cam- more miles railwayithan all Eu- It was stated at the time of Colonel Buniaby's death that he had left behind him the manuscript of a novel for W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. 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This does not mean that you shall have a whole or over a quarter of a page ad in every issue, but that your name and business should be mentioned if you do not use more space. A stranger than a two-lin- e coming to town and picking up a newspaper should be able to tell just what business is represented in a town by looking at the business mentioned in the paper. This is the best possible town advertising. The man who does not advertise his business does an injustice to himself and his town. lie is a man who expects the paper to do most of the boasting of his town. The life of any town depends upon e and liberal busthe live, iness men in it. Eustis Lake, Fla., wide-awak- Region. Startled the Monarch. On the first consignment of seidlitz powers in the capital of Delhi, the monarch becae deeply interested in the accounts of the refreshing draught. A box was brought to the king in full court, and the interpreter explained to his majesty how it should be used. Into a goblet he put the contents of 12 blue papers, and, hav- ing added water, the king drank it off. This was the alkili, and the royal countenance expressed no signs of satisfaction. It was then explained that in the combination of the two powders lay the luxury, and the 12 white powders were quickly dissolved and as eagerly swallowed by his majesty. With a wild shriek that will be remembered while Delhi is numbered the kingdoms, the monarch rose, staggered, exploded, and, in his full agonies, screamed "Hold me down!', then rushing from the throne, fell prostrate on the floor. There he lay during the long continued effervescence of the compound, spurting, and believing himself in the agonies of death a meloncholy and humiliating proof that kings are for office. mortals. He then goeth back to the -- and scatters microbes among the innocent babies of the country. Privately speaking he cheweth cloves when he meeteth a preacher, and as he converseth with him in pious tones, he standeth to the leeward and curbeth his breath with a strong bite, talks of the fallacy of infant baptism to one, advocates immersion to another, and approves close communion to all. He slappeth a man on the back in love and friendship, shakes the hand of the pretty woman and begs the support of both. He goeth home late at night to his weary wife and with beery breath, he hiketh forth without breakfast saying: "One of my strong supports is down in town and I must needs se him before he getteth away." He is gone but a short time, but long enough to have his leg pulled and the dead-bemade happy. He giveth liberally to the church, he contributedlto the man whose house is burned, he bestoweth alms, he signeth a note for a friend, he sendeth a small keg hither andfa large keg thither, he yielded upjthis substance with apparent alacrity, he sitteth in the amen corner at church, grunts with the brethren, and sings 'AmazingSGrace, ' as dolefully as if he was attending a funeral in the Mississippi swamps. In one neighborhood he is a Methodist; in another a Baptist, in another aSChris-tiain another a Catholic; in another a sinner. He walketh through the corn and tobacco fields, sitteth on the fence, he talketh of the corn, wheat and tobacco, he sitteth on a log in the woods, and speaks of the wonderful growth of the forests and the richness of the land. He tells secrets to nearly every body he meets and talks of his opponents and tells the voters of the short comings of his opponents, but impresses upon the importance of keeping it a secret. This goes on from the day he announces himself a candidate until the closa of the election. After the election, with a downcast countenance, he goeth back of the barn away out in the field, where nobody can see him, and there he kicketh himself and teareth his hair, and throweth his hat up against the wall, and calleth himself bad names, jumps and kicks and goes on until he wearies himself, offers up a prayer and asks the Lord to forgive him for the many lies he has told during the campaign, and promises never again to run at The railway propertyJIof the world as a whole is not very profitable. Much of it is builtfor political or military reason. The United States, Germany, Canada, Japan and British India have the most profitable railways. In Italy the net revenue is" only 1.77 per cent, of the capital; in Denmark 1.33. The average for the world Is less than 4 per cent. The costilest railways are the British capitalized at about $275,-00- 0 a mile. The cheapest in Europe are those of JiRussiaabout about $80,000, and Hungary, $69,000; those o f the United 3 are about $79,000-o- r a mile according to Prof. Adams, who deducts railway'stock and bonds owned byjroads from total captalization. American railways killed? in 1912 270 passengers, 2,553 train hands and 5,541 others, European railways killed 554 passengers, following figures in some cases much less recent, or more Lthan twice as many per mile; 2,607 Si-ate- The hapless man used to make out as much as he could, then leave blanks for filling up which he had to seek the assistance of the author. Sometimes there were more blanks in a page than of making anything of the manuscript of the novel. It was submitted to a publisher, who turned upon it his most skillful decipherist Neither head nor tail could be made of the manuscript and the intention of publishing the novel was consequently abandoned. Sir H. W. Lucy in Cornhill Magazine. words. Despairing a copyist The Daily Louisville And The Times News publish-ed CEMETERY OF SUICIDES. The Dreary Plot In Which Monte Carlo s 60,-04- employees and 4,465 pothers. Tramps and trespassers bring our total per mile rather higher. Russia, with similar tramp conditions, has much the highest European death-lis- t. WantedA True Friend. n; I am the horse that brings the groceries to your door throughout the year. Paris Postage Stamp Exchange. "A curb days ofgsummer ten on a market in Paris" was writIn the hottest picture postcard received from that city by a Wall street broker. I bring you cooling ice. It showed an open space thronged with In the coldest days ofwinter I men, women and boys, many of whom bring you welcome coalji and held books and portfolios. A letter by the same mail explained that this was the "postage stamp exchange," where dealers and collectors assembled once I am doing all I can to'make every month "to do business and to regulate prices." "Here one may find your home life comfortable. schoolboys, great lawyers, society woOften I have to pull through men, shrewd traders, writers, merprofessions exchants and men roads that are deep with slime or changing, buying of allshowing stamps, and and. although there is no organization, rough with the frozen clods. all seem to follow unwritten laws, and Again and again I am left to the gathering Is as Interesting to look tfcat stock stand on the street after my upon ashas no roofmarket In your city irhich over its head." days work is done and IJamJhun-gr- y, New York Tribune. Buries Its Victims. Matilda Betham-Edward- s in her book "In the Heart of the Vosges" advises all visitors to Monte Carlo to go to the suicides' cemetery before those other places for which Monte Carlo Is fa mous. She describes the small inclo-surwalled in and having a gate of open ironwork, always locked. "Here, in close proximity to garden rubbish," she says, "broken bottles and other refuse rest the suicides of Monte Carle, buried by the parish gravedlgger, without funeral and without any kind of religious ceremony. Each grave is marked by an upright bit of wood, somewhat larger than that by which gardeners mark their seeds, and on which Is painted a number, nothing more. Apart from Ihese are stakes driven into the ground which mark as yet unappropriated ipots. The Indescribable dreariness of the scene is heightened by two monumental stones garlanded with wreaths and surrounded by flowers. The first records the memory of a young artisan and was raised by his fellow workmen; the second commemorates brotherly and sisterly affection. Both suicides were driven to self murder by play. "The remainder are mere numbers. There are poor gamesters as well as rich, and it Is only or chiefly the poor ones who are put into the ground here. The bodies of rich folks' relatives, if Identified, are Immediately removed. Many suicides are burled at Nice and Mentone, but the larger proportion further off still." e, Adair County It Is the best afternoon daily paper in Louisville. is Democratic Wood-ro- and is heartily supporting Wilson for the w The campaign is on and if you want to in touch with all the parties keep throughout the United States sub- scribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and JThe Adair Oounty News both for 4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in your subscription. wood. Louisville Hotel Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh until my driver isready to Hindu Weddings and Burials. The expenses of a Hindu wedding take me to the stable. come upon the bride's father, and they Do you wonder that I long for are so great that a family sometimes is for many the blue grass region of Ken- ruined or impoverished daughter. years by the marriage of a The tucky, where the meadowlark's next most costly affair to the Hindu a singing up against the sky so is the burial services. Should the family escape bankruptcy head of blue? American and European Plans RATES: Don't you want to be a better to me? George F. Paul. Best Medicine for folds. When a druggist recommends a remedy for colds, throat and lung troubles you can feel sure that he knows what he is talking about. C. Lowry, druggist, of Marion, Ohio, writes of Dr. King's New Discovery: "I know Dr. King's New Discovery is the best throat and lung medicine I sell. It cured my wife of a severe bronchial cold after all other remedies failed." It will do the same for you if you are suffering with a cold or any bronchial, throat or lung cough. Keep a bottle on hand all the time for everyone in the family to use. It is a home doctor. Price 50c and 81.00. Sold and guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. Ad. when his daughter is married the eldest son is almost sure to be ruined tvhen he buries his father. Bound to Please Her. the U"Ifp." Rfllfl Tve tried for ten years to please my American Plan $2.00 and up European Plan $1.00 and up We serve the best American Plan meals in the South thp mnrriofl mrm "onfl I've - "Impossible!" ejaculated his friend. Tn T rlnn't- ttilnb- ft- ta " coM the married man. "I'm going to shoot my-- Eelf."-Sat- ire. The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. Herman Steinhilber, Manager Sure It Was Safe. "You say that your airship Is absolutely safe." said the investigator. Now, how can you make that statement?" "We haven't been able to get it to leave the ground," replied the inventor. Cincinnati Enquirer. Defined. The Adair County News and Weekly Courier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. "I say, what's call money?" "I guess It's the kind you pay' phone bills with." Baltimore , tele- ! .. -'- -- Liv-'- o' .r ?& J .. ? L Vi T THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Birdseve view of our Plant AN EYE FOR BUSINESS. Sugar Grove. "Largest in Dixie" W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Windows, WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Buggies Surreys Runabouts. The Way Disraeli "Put One Over" en Publisher Colburn. When the Hon. Mr. Ward wrote his novel "Tremaine" he was fearful of acknowledging himself the author until its fate should have been ascertained. He accordingly, the better to preserve his incognito, sent the manu-Bcrip- t copy by the wife of his attorney to Mr. Colburn. The work, although accepted, was not considered likely to pay extremely well, and consequently a trifling sum was given for it. Contrary, however, to Mr. Colburn's expectations. It ran to three editions. The ingenious author of "Vivian years old, havGrey." then twenty-tw- o ing beard of the circumstances, determined to use it to advantage, and accordingly, having arranged his work for publication, he proceeded to find ont the honorable gentleman's fait messenger. This he quickly effected and upon a promise of giving her 20 induced her to be the bearer of his novel to the 'same publisher. The woman was instantly recognized by Mr. Colburn as the Eame person who brought him "Tremaine," and, recollecting the great sale of that novel, he leaped at the manuscript presented to him with the utmost eagerness. It was quickly read and a hand-Bom- e sum given for the copyright A short time, however, enabled Mr. Colburn to find out his error, but too late to remedy himself. The work was not successful, and a considerable sum was lost by its publication. weather now and the farmers are busy plowing, harrowing and planting corn. Most all the" people around here have had the mumps and measles. A large crowd attended Quarterly meeting at this place last Sunday and Monday. Eld. We are having nice Ho-ga- rd delivered very interesting sermons. Mr. Charley Bradshaw, who has had the mumps, is able to be out again. Mr. Elam Fletcher made his regular trip to Big Renox last Sunday. Mr. Ulis Garrett and Miss Rosa Sparks were married last Sunday at the home o f the Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A Oar Load Of Buggies Every bride's parents near Fairplay. Who said Dick couldn't give a supper? Any way the supper was reported a success bv all who TRAPPING AN ERMINE. attended. One of the Reasons Why the Prized Mr. and3Mrs. Ellas Garrett Fur Is So Costly. "This stole of imperial ermine Is gave the young people a party at worth $1,000," said the dealer. "Dear? Nix. Just consider how the animals their home on Little Renox last comprised In it were caught! Saturday night. About twenty- "In the first place, they were caught In a winter of extreme cold, for it is five attended and all reported a only in such a winter that the weasel, nice time.'iMessrs. Branhamand or ermine, turns from tawny to snow white. In normal winters the ermine Bradshaw being the "Leading ! her former husband, now a hopeless invalid. No hope for his re covery is entertained by the physicians, who assert that the former professor is suffering from softening of the brain. Mrs. Peck, however, believes she can cure him and will make the attempt. His attendants have noticed that in her presence he appears better contented than in the hands of nurses or physicians. They are now at her home in Sound Beach, Conn. The case is regarded as one of the most unusual in recent history. Several years ago Prof. Peck fell in love with Miss Elizabeth E. DuBois, a teacher in a New York school. He was divorced by his first wife who secured a large financial settlement from the professer. His second wife is without funds and for this reason, when Prof. Peck became ill, the first Mrs. Peck came io the aid of her former husband and his second wife. nanciering out of his left hanS vest pocket. The deputy Constable an& Washington Hocks have been hanging around the moonshine stillhouse on Musket Ridge f o several days. The Deputy keeps-orde- r while Wash keeps ordering. Sim Flinders always divides-worwith his wife, assisting her in every way he can. He spent Friday at the postoffice, whe're he laid out andi planted his while his wife was aV home planting the garden. k sum-meriCro- p, Bible Terms. Readers of the Bible might b interested in the following ex planations of expression is frequently met with in the Holy Scriptures: A day's journey was 31 les. A Sabbath journey was 2-- 3 about-- $400 greenish white stole here. only turns to a greenish white, like this Saturday. Q Saturday June 22nd. Main Street Greensburg was Blocked for two hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis. day Town Marshall called on to clear" the street. "In the second place, the ermines were caught young, for when fully developed their coats are coarse and stiff, as in this 250 stole, and to catch them young the tongue trap must be used. Any other trap would tear the delicate fur. "The tongue trap is a knife, an ordinary hunting knife, smeared with grease, that the hunter lays In the snow. The little ermine sees the blade, which it mistakes for Ice. Ice It loves to lick, and so It licks the knife blade and is caught fast, its tongue, In that zero weather, frozen to the steel. "Yes. sir, when you see a stole like this don't begrudge a good price for it. for every ermine in it was tongue trapped in subzero weather a mighty slow and painful hand process." New York Tribune. The Blanket Tree. Blankets grow on trees in Ecuador, and. while the Idea of an all wood fresh from the forest bed covering might give insomnia and a backache to the child of civilization who likes to smuggle comfortably under several layers of down and wool, the natives find It all right, as in fact it is. When an Ecuador Indian wants a blanket he hunts up a demajagua tree and cuts from it a five or six foot section of the peculiarly soft, thick bark. This is dampened and beaten until the flexibility of the sheet is much increased. The rough gray exterior is next peeled off. and the sheet dried in the sun. The result is a blanket, soft, light and fairly warm, of an attractive cream color. It may be rolled Into a compact bundle without hurt and with ordinary usage will last for several years. Harper's. Butterflies That Live on Fish. The butterfly was blue and transparent As through blue glass its tiny heart could be seen beating inside its body, and the professor read a newspaper article through its lovely blue wings. "This." be said, "is the It a Mediterranean butterfly. eats fish. On its tongue are rows of pointed hooks. They serve as teeth This beautiful creature would turn up Its nose at a garden of roses and lilies, but it would feast ecstatically upon a putrid eel. Now and then a pteropoda is found on the Florida or the California coast It is only abundant, though, in the Mediterranean." pter-opoda. During the What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales. Quality, Styles and Easy Riding. REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man, the Mower and Binder man, the Gasoline the man, Engine Implement mail. Farm WOODSON GREENSBURG, KY, LEWIS The Adair County News and Dally Courier-Journal Ancient and Modern. Mr. Choate. the well known American diplomatist, was being shown over a very old English parish church. Pointing out an oak screen, the rector Informed his visitor that It was "centuries old." "And this paneling on the door?" Inquired Mr. Choate, much Interested. "Ob." replied the rector, "that is quite modern! It was put up only forty years before the discov.ery of America, you know!" London Globe. Delegates from nearly every state in the Union, together Mtrc 5B..EB i39HSf with visitors from Canada, were Buttons Barred. &WESi veai "Our collection today, my dear brethpresent to discuss the present ren," said the rector, "is for the clothara IiAge Uinccn--- mo treat distress At the for two jcars. I trit?cT many thinps for status of the campaign against ing fund. impress same time, may 1 relief, bat RotJiUlo 'jelp. tilJan lastlfonnrt upon you that, earnestly it xa the bett pills or medicine I ever tried though the collection is for the clothconsumption in all parts of the ing fund, it Is not necessary to conDR. I United States. Addresses and tribute buttons'" lEKKyrl iwi? discussions by the leading phyThe Hero. C.E. Hatfield. Guy an, W. Va. First Critic I understand you saw sicians and social workers of the 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRl'GCISTS. Scribler's new comedy last night nation revealed the fact that Who played the hero? Second Critic I did. I sat through the whole thing. National Association for tuberculosis is being conquered Philadelphia Record. The the study and prevention o f in every section of the world Neither walls, theaters, porches nor equipage make states, Tuberculosis held its ninth an- where there is a well organized senseless are able to ijely upon but men who J fight against the disease. Arlstldes. nual meeting in Washington May & a u nfiii'l Off Vtftsw la PS a i 8-- 9. &mnm ta K umm d ' &INCS them-lelve- s. English miles. From the time Prof. Peck beEzekiel's rod is said to have came ill his first wife bore the larger proportion of the hospital been nearly 11 feet long. A cubit is nearly 22 inches. bill. She asserts there is a perfect understanding between herA finger's breadth is about self and the second Mrs. Peck, inch. and that she hopes to nurse her A shekel is about 50 cents. former husband back to health. A shekel of gold is $9.07. The second wife declares she has Stars." A talent of gold 26,448. affecAll day singing at Jones' Chap- no fear that her husband's el 4th Sunday in May, conducted tions will be transferred back to Look out for the yellow strippnumber one. by Prof.'Cabbell. ed squash-bu- g that attack melonr cucumber and squash vines when Hogwallow. A Pretty Tribute. the plants are small. The- best preventive is to put a little mosqui(Hogwallow Kentuckian.) to-netting When MiasjLGenevieve Clark, tent over each hill,. Columbus Allsop is on a trade daughter f Speaker Champ, for two more dawgs, to take up using four little sticks as supClark, was about to sail on a ports, and covering the edges the surplus fleas at his house. pleasure trip to Eupope, she was with soil to hold them in place. Cricket Hicks is expecting the asked by a representative of the Erect these tents as soon as the artificial rosebuds on Miss Fru-zi- e New York American: "What is plants come through the ground Allsop's hat to burst into your ideal.of a man?" Miss Clark or sooner, and leave them in bloom any day now. replied, "My father." And when place until the vines begin to A show troupe appeared at the push for room. asked, "Why?" she answered: Then store th Tickville opera house Saturday "It's because he is so intensely netting for use next season. night. The being all strangers, humane: because he has such a Wonderful Skin Salve. sure vision; because he knows peo- the public did not take to them Bucklen's Arnica balve is known ple so well and is kind. Nobody much. everywhere as the best remedy made in the world has a kinder heart The rise in Gimlet creek did for all diseases of the skin, and alsc combined with a better under- not do any damage to thebridges for burns, bruises and boils. Reduces standing of men than my daddy. becoming overflowed, they hav- inllamation and is soothing and heating. J. T. Sossaraan, publisher of He has always been my 'pal' and ing floated off before the high News, of Cornelius, N. C, writes that one box helped his serious skin aih all I know has been made real water reached them. ments after other remedies failed. thiough him. His judgment of Recommended- by Paul On account of the large lot ox Only 25c. Ad. men is amazingly accurate and spider webs hanging around at Drup Co. his sympEthy is big and broad." the store at Bounding Billows, Murder Mystery. That was a pretty tribute. no fly screens will be necessary Probably there are many daugh- this season. Dissatisfied with the halting? ters who find their ideal in their The Dog Hill preacher has progress made by the detective father, and it is well for society been invited to take dinner at in the search for the strangler of that some of the loving opinions the home of Isaas Hellwanger Mary Phagan, whose find a place in public prints. It next Sunday. He has it under mutilated body was found in the is safe to say that among all the consideration and it is believed he basement of a factory at Atlantay high tributes to his fine qualities, will accept the call. Ga., state officials have placed Speaker Clark will treasure none Mrs. Jefferson Potlocks return - private detectives on the case tc as he does the one paid him by ed Thursday morning, after a work independently of the Pink-ertohis brilliant daughter. and city sleuths. Two visit to friends and relatives in community. She men are being held under susMost Prompt and Effective Cure for the Calf Ribs was due back several days ago, picion, Lee M. Frank, superin Bad Colds. but when she started away they tendent of the factory, and New--to- n When you have a bad cold you want asked her not be in a hurry, Lee, a negro night wachman a remedy that will not only give reLee has been "sweated," but lief, but effect a prompt and permaThe Wild Onion school teacher remedy that is pleasant to nent cure, a detectives have been unable to take, a remedy that contains nothing communed with nature in the injurious. Chamberlain's Cough Rem- Gander Creek woods Monday of force any sort of a confession edy meets all these requirements. It week. It is a pity to dis- from him. Certain admissioos, acts on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, this however, lead to the belief that aids expectoration, opens the secre- turb nature so abruptly after its tions and restores the system to a quiet repose through the long he has some direct or indirect healthy condition. This remedv has knowledge of the terrible crimer a world wide sale and use, and can wintes months. but is endeavoring to shield the always be depended upon. Sold by Ellick Hellwanger made the Ad. Paull Drug Co. real culprit. trip to Bounding Billows on imto a million--doll- ar portant business this week. He Frank is chief heir First Wife His Nurse. fortune, a graduate of heard somebody over there had Cornell and a leader in social and, said something about him, but! t Putting aside all past differencharitable circles. Frank's when he got there they all deces, which caused her to divorce toward other girls employnied it. Prof. Harry Thurston Peck, who ed in the factory is being Methewsla has decided Luke for more than a quarter of a century held the chair of ancient that if times get much tighter languages at Columbia Universi with him he will have to close Wanted, sewing and hair to braidv-MrJo Thompson. ty, Mrs. Cornelia Dawbarn Peck his big pants pockets that open . Columbia, fi- has assumed complete charge of at the top, and do all of his ! - - 14-year-- ! ns con-duc- inves--tigate- d. s. E, 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY" KEWi ,w J . is r U ' i ?3:i ".J.friii fyir -- i: .,- i- Jifir ac- ? piling up. Thei present sources of revenue are not suffiPublished Every Wednesday cient to pay the obligations of the BY THE State. The deficit increases s flail' mtntl) IVAtirc ( .mnnnn .: more and more each year. Un- c&'ss less the expenditures are cut .. (Incorporated.) K down or the amount of revenue CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. collected increased, the State, a &i within the next few years, will Democratic newspaper devoted to the of Columh!a.a.nd thP npnnln be unable to pay its obligation jrdatraaS-l- jacent counties ,y ?atg' tions and its public institutions ir as sec- - will be seriously?hampered in wat the Columbia sss mail matter. your Mower or Binder needs repairs, give us their work and great harm will WED. MAY 2 1, 1813. result to the State. The largest we can have number of the piece and make of Machine, so drain on the revenues of the shipped with our Repairs and save you express or postage. We have called attention to the State is the Normal Schools, .importance of selecting men of State Universities and Common Also see our Binders, Mowers and Rakes before you 'ability, whc are able and willing Schools. There is expended for to dig deep into the conditions these purposes alone each year buy. We handle the that confront the people of this about $3,591,435.84. The next s& item, expeded by the W State as our representatives in largest the next General Assembly. As State is in caring for the insane There is annually . time moves on, and as we learn of the State. more and more of the troubles expended forjthis purpose about ' that exist and the ones that will $666,375.97. The next largest certainly follow unless a remedy item is expended by the State in is provided, we are.'more earnest- the prosecution of criminals. ly concerned in selecting thor- This costs annually about The) annual appropria Si oughly qualified men to repre'w'-asn& W' sent our Legislative and Senato tions now paid outof the generrial districts. Too much interest al expenditure fund amount to rn ie at stake; too many weighty $441,250. There is paid out of party at the August primary. propositions will confront the the general expenditure fund in The position is not a new one to next Legislature to allow any coiaripq fnr'tViP vnrinns Rtatp offi- - Mr. Hardwick. he having here4 The above tof ore filled it, making a very one but a competent man to rep cials $322,454.55. resent either of the districts in items constitute the largest satisfactory officer. Only a "few Made in the World's Largest Independent Furnaces, Mills and which this county forms a part. claims on the State's revenues." days age he made up his mind to Factories for the Production of Wire Products. What of it ? the position, and he It has been said that "the price Gentlemen iof the Democratic effer for method of letting the Why snould you bother about the " Pittsburgh Perfect " Fence, has helped of Mbe.ty is eternal vigilance," faith is not the above sufficient takes this size of the plant ? Only for the one big to build the mammoth plant. That is and since government is estab- to impress you that a competent, voters know of his candidacy. reason back of it all the big, still growing why you should know about it and why firm man should He expects to canvass the coun-- ! plant is the result of the success of" Pitts- - you should learn all about "Pittsburgh lished to promote and protect the his burgh Perfect" Brands. Continual im- - Perfect" Fence AS MADE TODAY. best interests of the people it be selected as our representative ty, andlhe feels sure that provement in material and manufacture, Before you buy any fencing, get our free should be administered by those from this legislative district and friends will be active, and will backed by the original idea of the Elec- - catalogue. It's a mine of valuable fence can-- j tncally Welded joints used only in information. Get it today. capable of performing this also onelfrom our senatorial dis- greatly aid in spreading his most Made in Different Style, for HELD. FARM. RANCH. LAWN. !?,.-- ."P-- .J arduous duty. The making of trict to aid in a proper solution didacy, and in a very short time tSA VCry JLXUU VaUarclllt.CCU. CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN will growing difficulties. Ken- the voters of the county wholesome laws, their repeal or of Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade modification, is no trifling matter. tucky's prosperity may be ad- know that he is the race. He you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. "Pittiturgh Perfect" Brands of Barbed Wire: vanced or seriously crippled by will be under lasting obligations In a representative governIf you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright. Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twitted for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 191- 3Cable Wire: Hard Serine Coil Wire: Fence of .the next House of to all who will aid him with ment too often misrepresentation the acts Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Rccular Wire Nails; Ualvamzea Wire rtaiu; uirze Mead Pittsburgh Steel Co. Roofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Ties; "Pittsplain, as we see Representatives and Senators. their votes in this contest. exists and to be burgh Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth material. it, this is no time for mistakes to Safest way, select the right men Hon. L. T. Neat, of Adair 1 sy Jbe made. The General Assem for our nominees and the best county, announces his candidacy bly empowered to make our citizens of the district will elect for the State Senate in this issue laws, to provide revenue for the them regardless of party ties or of the News. The district is' maintenance of the State's insti- former prejudices. composed of the counties of Peafowls Wanted, tutions, and to fix salaries for th'e Clinton, been known for some Adair, Cumberland, It has offices created by its powers $1.50 to $2.00 each time that Mr. C. G. Jeffries, of Wayne andLRussell, and he is should be made of seasoned timthe Knifley precinct, was a can- subject to the action of the ReW. T. Hodgen. IN ber men who have successful didate for Jailer of Adair coun- publican voters in said district. Campbellsville, Ky. business experience, broad of ty, subjeot to the Democratic Mr. Neat has served in the Lowvision, progressive but conservFor Sale voters at the August primary. er HouseSof the Kentucky LegisStatesman and we Kentuckians ative as well. Kentucky annual- His formal announcement ap- lature, hence legislating would feel that he is made to rise high Also ly collects and expends more and not be new business to him; in pears in the News er and to broader opportunities In Campbellsville than $7,000,000. On account of he is now going over the county fact he feels that he is better for service to the entire country. See N. W. MILLER'S Real Estate Agency Careless management of her fis- meeting his friends. Mr. qualified to represent the disCampbellsville, Ky., cal affairs an annual deficit has than any other time Jeffries- comes from a Democrat- trict The call made by the ChairBefore buying. been accumulating for several ic family and be has been an ac- since he entered politics. Be man of the Republican commityears, and now amounts to more tee for a meeting in the court tive worker for the party long sides, he has the advantage of than i$l,500,000. Our Repre- be. fore he reached his majority. the personal acquaintance of house Monday drew a large crowd sentative and Senator must take When quite a young man he was many politicians in the State, 4 Several speeches were made, all part in disposing of this indebt- the nominee of the party for Aspleading for a return of the Prothe character of men who usualMany a precious pair of eyes have edness and providing a remedy sessor. At that time the county ly sit in legislative bodies. gressive to forget the past, and against its recurrence if the peo been ruined with about thirty cents worth was largely Republican and he No one man can get bills passcome DacK to tneir political ple are honestly and ably repreof window glass, advertised as $5.00 home, Three or four who claim lead the ticket at the November ed. It requires the assistance of sented, if not a tale of woe will election, ' value for only $ .00. Something that but was defeated by a friends, men who will stand to to have supported the Progress- follow for Kentuckians find no be had for nothing is worth nothing. can small majority. He would be you when their services are needive ticket last fall made address in pauperizing their pleasure In dealing with us you get your money's j es and pledged anew their devovery grateful if the Democrats ed, and he feels sure that in the State. County pride, district would nominate him in this conworth. We render the best of service tion to the old party that they introduction and passing of local last year. The resolutions pride and love for advancement, test. He feels sure that he measures, his friends who may by which you obtain all the benefits possible to be derived from .glasses. IT IS left be published next week. will ought to stir up the people in could win the final race; and be in the Senate would stand to THE EXAMINATION. No matter how well glasses are made and fitted, this part of the State to measure should he be the winner in the To Timber Men. him. It will take some little the best results do not ensue unless H has first been intelligently determined what up to any other part of Ken- the district, but the eyes actually need. We make a s'pecialty of eye examination for the need of primary he promises to be ac- time tucky in selecting men of worth tive until the November election. a candidate who wants to go to glasses and make them to order according o prescription. Consult us about your i am representing E. U. SpotswootI as their representatives. We & Son, Lexington. Ky. 1 want to buy He desires to return his thanks the Senate should be willing to eyes. We will remain one more week at Page & Taylor's Drug Store. boundaries of timber in Adair and ad take th'e following interesting to the many who have expressed nut in time sufficient to see all I. Alper and A. H. Jacobstein, joining counties. Address, Drs. E. statement from the report of the C. M. Ilerriford. a willingness to support him, the voters. This Mr. Neat will Optical Specialists of the Kentucky State Tax Commission, Columhia, Ky. v do, and he will endeavor to see and hereby promises that Optical Co. Louisville Ad which was filed with the GovDemocratic voter in the should he be nominated and electernor on February 12, J43&nd 't ct5inii 03 Xpataoa uoqjnog ?s&m county between this time and the ed he would be faithful to the nated at the same time for the doctrine the masses and not the aaiLi 1U39 ..SIAVO J IO S3ST3 Ji present it to the readjjfff o'the uo apiooq pireaiclnrcs primary election. Me is equip- trust thank his party for the Harrodsburg postoffice. Both ap- privileged classes should have siG,. s;s32tup tib w anpipam News that they may have a jo suoiitj si sarni amoq oos ped for the contest, and should honor conferred, and will endeavauo 'sasBasiporqDjsqioptrB pointments will likely be con- the blessing of good government. xsoqjarip 'uiaioqo srjnaAaad more comprehensive understanpun saano he be called to fill 6he position, or to make a diligent Senator for firmed by the Senate in the next His argument was in support of sqi nj sdojpoajTrv Snranup Aiaj v soatS ding of the magnitude of the propS3JI13 he promises to be a watchful the entire people of the distri'ct. few days. the Underwood Bill, and plainly 3803 atOJlO S,3JTip B TiiiOp ositions which the next General Atiiinod Nogftiog ie demanded by the Baltimore Con' The Assembly must consider. Former Congressman J. M. Senator Ollie James,' maiden vention. Senator James is forgMr. E. G. Hardwick is an- Richardson has been nominated amount expended by the total speech in the Senate last week purposes during the nounced in this issue of News by the President for postmaster touched the electric button of ing to the front as a great leader, State for all year 1912 was $7,734,222.71 leav- a Republican candidate for Sur- at Glasgow. Mr. Richardson is Democratic tpproval throughout as fast as any man in the entire ing a debt owing by the State of veyor of Adair county, subject to also editor of the Glasgow Times. the country. It was a message country. Democrats everywhere .$1,500,847)15. The deficit is rap the action of the voters of said John B. Grimes was also nomi- - that tingled with Democratic appreciate his great powers as a ADAIR THE COUNTY NEWS idly m . fV-.- v -- LOOK HERE If it 5 d - Post-offl- ce tie that DEERING LINE. The Jeffries Hardware ti r $261,-431.9- 6. w i&l&i itiiiS m w www www' ! I Pitishurfglt Perfect" Fence j : hard-workin- g, i Farm Taylor and Adjoining Counties Nice Resident Property to-da- y, - to-da- y j j Don't Miss This Opport unity. -- . 1 1 SS - ev-er- 27-t- l" . -- - dOflCLAJ SNOT, n " . ''a S tt -- '& Wt zm i: . isSK THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Russell County Announcements. - For Jailer. Tlnnsdni night. Prof. Paul Moss, teacher in L W T..S, left, jo- - his w. well-known reaefied home lat Bowling Green, the first of t he we'--K ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Economizes Butter, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more Mr. B. T. Evans and two s:sei's. We are authorized to announce SAM HART a candidate for Jailer of Misses Mattie and Fannie, of Evttii Russell count', subject to the action were shopping In Columbia, a Jew days ago. j of the voters of. the Republican party expressed at the primary August 2nd; rMr. N. 11. Aaron, of Liberty, a 1913. e i t former student in the Lindsey-Wilsor- ij came down 10 attend the closing cises. Miss Tommie Dohoney. is t ExBrad-lordsviil- IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT ABSOLUTELY" Assessor. We FIRE PROOF EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY of e, visititing her sisters, appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar are authorized t o announce Mrs. J C. Browning and Mrs. Ray W. LEVI FOLEY, of Webb's precinct. Page. Russell coumty. a candidate for AsMr and Mrs. G W Hayes, Mont-pelie- r. sessor of said county, subject to the spent last Sunday with Mr. and of the Repub'icm party, ex- Mrs. G. M. Stevenson, this city action pressed at the August primay. Messrs. Jo Hudleston, B. L. Simp son, Charjes Simpson, J. W. Collins, Cumberland count 3 were here MonFor County Attorney. day. 1 desire, through the News, to announce myself a candidate for the nomination, for the office of County Attorney for Russell County, subject Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modern Hotel you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent Restaurant service Elegantly Furnished Rooms with hot and The Cafe is in charge o Exports and the Q1 f)f cuisine and service is unvicelled. Our cold running water and private ?A.UU prices are most moderate. European service. toilet, pur day "2,0 n but choice of club breukfast, each ; OUL rwrenn Elegantly Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, the Republican t the action voters of said county, at the coming Furnished Rooms with CI Cfl pils of the L. W. T. S. ? A .J V August primary. Private Bath, per day Table d'hote luncheon from 12:00 to 50c 2:COp. m., per person J. II. Stonk. $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Mr. John A. Ilobson and Mrs. Hod We are authorized to announce C. Table d'dote dinner. from 6:00 to CI flft ANNOUNCEMENTS v1,uu 8:00 p.m.. per person ges, of Greensburg. were here and , G. JEFFRIES a Democratic candidate Large Sample Rooms with Q9 ?0 V- -J" p. n. to 1:00 a. m. Rathskeller open froci per day witnessed the graduating exercises in Private Bath, for Jailer of Adrir county, subject to For County Judge. Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City L. W. T. S. the voters of said party at the August RpservatJuii- - houhl lie made wheuever possible. primary. Mrs. Owsley Ritchey, Miss Jane ROBT. B. JONES, Manager. We are authorized to announce W. Ewing and Miss Alleen Ritchey, all GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Mgr. T. McFARLAND a candidate for of Burkesville, visited Mrs. John Lee Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotel Axsutr (open May 12, 1913), We are authorized to announce Hotel, Patten, Judge J. C. Carter came in on time. Atlanta, Ga., tinder same management and ownership. County Judge of Adair county, subjec Oliver Willis a candidate for the Walker last week. Democratic nomination to the action of the Progressive Re Adair County, subject for Jailer of Mr. J. IX Lowe was in Nashville Mrs. G. P. Smythe left this morn to the action last week. publican party. of the Democrats of this county in the ing on an extended visit to relatives Rev. J. R. Crawford will arrive in North and South Carolina. She August primary. from Winchester We are authorized to announce contemplates to he absent two We are authorized to announce JO' that TANNER OTTLEY is a candiMiss Zelma Goode. Casey Creek, vis- months. date for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the expression of of Adair county subject to the action ited Miss Mary Miller last week. Mrs. Lou F. Miller, who spent the 236 W. Jefferson, St. Democrats at the August primary, of the Progressive party in the AuCamp- - winter with her son, R. W. Miller, Attorney II. S. Robinson. gust primary. 1913. Louisville, Ky. Minneapolis, Minn., returned home bellsville. was here Monday. zzz. We are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce Dr. Mr. Curt Bell, Red Lick, was here one afternoon last week. All Things Electrical N. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a JAMES W. VAUGIIAN a candidate the tirstof the week. Hon. J. II. Durham, State Senator for Jailer of Adair county subject to candidate for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the Demo- the action of the Democratic party Mr. N. B. Falkenburg, Jamestown, from the Simpson district, and who Write for travels for a New York clothing house, will express their in the August primary. cratic voters who .5sm was here the rirst day of court. ? choice at the August primary. was in Columbia one day last week. Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet Miss Tommie Dohney is the guest of We are authorized to announce W. Mrs. Liilie nageser, of Louisville, " Telegraph Inst. Miss Creel Nell this week. We are authorized to announce J. H. WILSON a candidate for Jailer of was a guest at the Lindsey-Wilso- n W. TUPMAN a candidate for Judge of Adair county, subject to the action of Mr. C. E. Griffin and J. P. Strader. last week, her daughter. Miss Myrtle, S6 Telephone Adair county court, subject to the the Democratic party. Louisville, were here a few days ago graduating in music and expressioif. will of the Democratic voters of Adair Medical Battery county, at the August primary. Mr. J. W. Saltsman, New Hope, Attorney General James Garnett, We are authorized t o fertilizer dealer, was here last Friday wife and little son, Jame, arrived Suu- Electric Light O r O. 1.lVriT 1CTT Ul tl,n M!ll-....- aimouuec. LI. ... ,1.,.. E . ..... UJIJUIUJI, of LUC 1UIHLUWU UlCt Ut n., Uuu ff, FOR COFNTY ATTORNEY "" iuiiss Jiae .uuiimuiueiy is visiliiik "" cinct, a candidate for Jailer of Adair Linemen Tools and Line Material will spend a few days at home. They county, subject to the action of the relatives in Franklin, Ind. Par-- 1 Of said county, exstopped with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Democratic voters Mr. W. II. Wilson and family have teson. We are authorized to announce pressed at the August primary. GORDON MONTGOMERY a candiMothers Day was observed returned from a visit to Creelsboro. date for County Attome,. subject to Mrs. W. K. A.bill i lying dangerMi; W. E. Bradshaw spent several tha action of the Democratic voters COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT ously ill at her home Cleveland, Ohio. here, and a nice time was had. of Adair, expressed at the August days recently in Louisville. A letter from her husband to her Bro. L. T. Wilson delivered the primary. Our jersey Bull, Pure Bred, wrill We are autho-ize- d to announce Mr. W. P. Nunnally, Horse Cave, brother, Mr. J. T. Page, states that sermon, his text was John 2-can- was here recently. PROF. TOBIAS IIUFFAKER a she cannot recover sad news to many serve at $ .00 at the gate. He We authorized to announce R. L. didate for Superintendent of Public "His mother sayeth unto the serfriends and relatives here. CAMPBELL a candidate for County Schools of Adair county, at the NoRobert Antle. School Superintendis good size aad comes from a Attorney of Adair, subject to the ac- vember election. ent of Russell county, was here Mon- - Mr. Jake McGeeand Dr. Ira Simp- - vants, whatsoever He sayeth un- tion of the Democratic voters at the great family noJed for Dairy We are authorized to announce the day son were in Columbia Friday, en route to you, do it," portrayed in a August primary. candidacy of J. V. DUDLEY for Coun- -' , to their home in Burkesville. They) .t, Miss Lillian Burdette, sister-in-laty School Superintendent, subject to v had been in Boyle county, and roliilo' vclJ LVlHillllig, IXIIJJI cam c mai:" ""Vy the action of the Democratic voters of Mrs. Sam Burdette, is visiting in Garrison Bros. FOR SI7ERIFF. there Mr. McGee bought two tine ner the love and confidence exat the August primary. Columbia. Near Columbia horses which he was conveying to his isting between parent and child. We are authorized to announce Mr- - T- - c- - Davidson, who is employ- home. We are authorized to announce ELI JOHN M. WOLFORD a candidate for Mr. Chas. Allen sang "Tell Sherill of Adair county, subject to the STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate ed at Liberty, is spending a few days Misses Ethel Crockett, Bess Shan- for the Democratic nomination foi at home. action of the Progressive Republican County School Superintendent sub non and Ruth Milliken. who have Mother I'll be There." Betsy Mr. E. B. McLean, o f Glasgow, party, expressed at the August ject to the oction ot the August pri been teaching in the Lindsey-WilsoBuster and Carl Clayton sang traveling salesman, was here Saturday mary. left for their homes, the former Nash- - "Don't Grieve Your Mother." and Sunday. ville, Tenn., the latter Bowling Green, We are authorized to announce S. H Hon. W. b. Sinclair, Peuyton, was Ky., yesterday morning. They have The choir, led by C. H. Allen,' Foxes Wanred, FOR SENATOR. .MITCHELL a candidate for sherill. in Columbia the latter part of last made many friends in Columbia, and rendered several songs in a pleas- of Adair county, subject to the action the best wishes of every body go with . of the Democratic voters of said! We are authorized to announce L. week. Grey Foxes $2.50, Red Foxes $6.09; mS manner. county, expressed at the August pri- - t. NEAT, of Adair county, is a can- Mr. W. L. Walker had anonher at- them. Minks $6.00 to &5.W each. Coons Sl".2o nwy. lftl- didate to represent the 16th Senatori- - tack of rheumatism last week, but he ' Miss Ollie Crockett, of Nashville, al district in the next Senate of Ken- - is and express. Send lame of your exAuction Sale. better. who finished music and expression at press otlice in first letter. will j this term oj the Lindsey-WilsoMr. A. A. Huddleston. State's Cc lenLn 'August primary. The district is W. T. Ilodgen, accompany Miss Alva Knight to , nV,10 rn,nf.i(lc nf .,,, the On Saturday, May 31, 1013. we will n,lm. tomey: is here, looking after Jamestown, where she will spend two; sell at auction our household goodsand Ad cratic primary to be held in August. beriand. Clinton. Rnssell and Wayne. doeq. Box 232 Campbeysville. Ky. weeks, and at the expiration of that hotel tixtures in Russell Springs, Ky. Mr. Lilburn Philps returned from a time Miss Knight will accompany her' Ui DresserS) kj washstands, 10 iron bed-t- o We are authorized to announce w rp Monday was the rirst day of tll to announce E. professional trip to Jamestown, BURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier. a, M rnv Vlinnv i candidate lor Nashville, for a visit, j steads, 10 cotton mattresses, a great Adair circuit court and people wer S5?,,?1f?!uV,eftin?ct,c ?omin?-- ! Senator !I.?tinsT he loth Senatorial Miss Katie Murrell will leave this number of chairs, tables, stoves, table- from everywhere. All classes oS district subject to the action of the! Messrs. Fred Simpson and Richard (Wednesday) morning for a several ware, bowls and pitclters. ana many here ject to the August primary. business good throughout the day- Republican party in the August pri- - Djnon were here from Breeding a few week's visit to friends in Earlington, other things too numerous to mention. mary. days ago. Ky. She is also likely to visit friends We will also sell or exchange our RusJtJR COUNTY CLERK. We have a good young Jauk wbiol FOR ASSESSOR. Messrs. W. K. Lyon, L. B. Smith at other points before her return sell Springs property as a whole or n few home. She will be accompanied as will sell in lots any part of it, private. will be peamiltel to serve We are authorized t o announce We are authorized to announce R.A and B. II, Gilpin, Campbellsville, were WALKER BRYANT a candidate for WAGGENER a candidate for far as Louisville by Miss Mattie El Sale will begin at lu o'clock, Satur- mares. the here a few days ago. County Court Clerk, subject to the Democratic nomination Murray Bras liott, who has been a popular teacher j day morning, the 31st of May. for Assessor n action of the Democratic voters of travelMr. J. E. Lane, t. Bicknell & Harris. Ad. for several Ad. Adair county, expressed at the August of Adair county subject to tne action ing salesman, of Glasgow, called to in the Lindsey-Wilso- n of the August primarj'. terms primary. see our merchants Thursday. Gadberry. Wanted, sewing and hair to braid We are authorized to announce Mr. T. R. Stults, who is engaged in Veare authorized to announce L. Mrs. Jo Thompson. Creelsboro. CHELF a candidate Y. GABBERT a candidate for County JAKEAdair county, subject for Assess- business at Lancaster, is spending a Columbia, Ky.. to Court Clerk of Adair County, subject or ofof the Democratic voters the ac- few days at home. The peop'e are very busy planttion of said to the action of the Progressive Re- county, expressed at the August pri publicans of said county. Mr. CM. Cox, Albany, Republican mary Mr. Sara Campbell is at home ing corn. Had Faitfi in Hubbv.' candidate for State Senate., was here Mrs. R. W. Hurt is having fine Virginia. from Jailer. We are authorized to announce G. at the opening of court. A BRADSIIAW a candidate for AsMr. W. S. Knight came down from Ernest Gore, of Montana, is trade this season. "I don't mind paying, it was 'sessor, subject to the action of the To the Democrats of Adair County, Jamestown and witneseed a part of visiting his auntr Miss Emma The misses Helm, of Columbia, I hereby announce my candidacy for Democratic voters of Adair county, the exercises. we'll worth it," declared Mrs'.V Jailer of Adair County subject toiiie expressed at the August primary. were shoping- at Gadb'erry one Campbell. Shaddue, a prominent! action of Democrats in the AjragHst! Judge T. A. Murrell, wife and little We are authorized to announce J. D. flmwrlitAi. o ii-- i orl fmm T.olintinri Ctinv! day last week, primary. If nominated, Twill tiSg all Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson, of young matron of Charlesaon, W- -. honorable means m my power to ad- EUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, a day afternoon. of the boys of this neighSome vance the interest of my associates candidate for Assessor, subject to the Golumbia, were here last week Va.t as she handed a $5 fine and -and if elected will discharge the Democratic voters at the August priCapt. Gee. Nell, who started to St. visiting J. D. Irvin. borhood nut in several days of duties of the otlice impartially, I ask costs to Justice Doring for asLouis last Friday, was taken sick at mary. your support. last week fishing, with very good j sault and battery on a pretty Mrs. Self and Mis Alice Keeton Louisrilleand had to return home. Yours truly S. G. Denny. We are authorized to announce Mr. Geo H. Gowdy and Mr: R. S. visited Miss. Bessie Dunbar, of results. young society girl. "I ngvor We are authorized to announce J. Z. ERNEST CUNDIFF a candidate for Mr. Prather Morrison, one of spent money that gave me more? county, subject to Kincart came over from Campbells- Jamestown, last week. PICKETT a candidate for Jailer of Assessor of Adair Progressive ville one day last week. RepubliAdair county, subject to the action of the action of the Mabel Rabon was six years old Gadberry's nicest youngv men, satisfaction," continned thes. can party, expressed at the August Mr. L. O. Phelps, of Jamestown, the voters of the Progressive Republi- primarj'. April 21. She invited five little left, last week, for the West. It young" matron. "Girls can say&j: was in Columbia a few days ago, can party, expressed at the August girls and had a birthday dinner. was a great surprise to this what they please about reamed? to Bowling Green. primary. SURVEYOR. ' I Miss Katherine Dohoney Page is They were: Rose Hughes, Eva neighborhood. men and usually there !s not one-t1 hereby announce myself a candi."We are authorized to announce LUa month with her aunts at Buster, Kathryn Irvin, Reba BusTHER BELL a:cndidate for Jailers date for Surveyor of Adair county, at spending Miss Winfrey Rowe, of Sparks-vill- e, rebuke them. What this- - girlT subject to the action of the Democrat- the August primary subject to the ac- Bradfordsville and Lebanon. spent last week with her said about my husband know-tter and Nora Clayton. They enic voters of Adair county at the August tion of the Republican paby. Mr. O. P. Miller, who is a student in G. Habdwick. E primary. i bft untrue. sister, Mrs. W. L. Gadberry. a medical college, Knoxvilrfe, Tenn., joyed the day very much. o of Yarberry. Louisville, arrived Saturday and is spending a few days with old friends. Mrs. E. B. Leachman, of Greens-burwas here last week to attend the various entertainments given by puMr. M. 15. g, 0 4.-0- Personal -- to-da- y. Herman C Tafel , J i I I ff l i to j I ; i VW& y i i """. " " 1 r Jersey Bull' 1 5. w j ,, j ; j I j Additional Locals, J n ' ' ! ' j -- JKL.v S?f n, ; i ' well-know- 2S-2- - Cora en-rou- te o o THE ADA1K COUNTY NEWS -- How to be Certain of Prejudice Is a hard thing to overcome, but where health Is at stake and the opinion of thousands of reliable people differs from yours, prejudice then becomes your menace and you ought to lay it aside. This is said in the interest of people suffering from chronic constipation, and It Is worthy of their attention. In the opinion of legions of reliable American people the most stubborn constipation imaginable can be cured by a. brief use of Dr. Caldwell Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of it Tefore, but do not doubt its merits on that account, or because it has not been blatantly advertised. It has sold very successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to their children today who were given it by their parents, and it has been truthfully said that more druggists use it personally in their families than any other laxative. THE PASTOR SPRINTED He Made a Good Run In Record Time With Plenty of Reason. f?vvIXS $ Curing Constipation gentle, not violent, like salts or cathartics. It wirpq nmriiiaiiv and pleasantly so that in time nature again aoes us own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe It to themselves to use this grand bowel specific. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this rPTTlPflv hpfnrfl hllvlni. In fhA nn..lnw way of a druggist at fifty cents or one uuuai a u. lurjje Dome uamuy size) can have sample bottle sent to the home W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. non-gripi- ng Letters recently received from M. E. Myers, Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Hammersmith, 118 W. Chestnut St., Louisville, Ky.. are but a few of thniiq.nnria showing the esteem in which Dr. Cald- wen s syrup .repsm is neia. it Is mild, Special All Notice One of the traditional stories of the town of Fairfield, Conn., recounts a wild dash from the pulpit made by a worthy and beloved pastor of the Episcopal flock. Dr. Labaree. It was on a Sunday more than a hundred years ago. The service had been read, the prayers said, the hymns sung, and the parson began his sermon. As he proceeded his gestures became very energetic. He brought his right hand down with great force. Then he turned pale, cleared the pulpit stairs at a bound, dashed out of the church door and ran toward the pond a short distance away. The congregation followed In bewildered pursuit and saw their venerable pastor with flying robe rush Into the water until It came to his neck. Then, turning round, he faced his astonished audience and said: "Dearly beloved brethren, I am not crazy, as no doubt many of you think, but yesterday at the drug store I bought a bottle of nitric acid and carelessly left It In my pocket today. "My last gesture broke the bottle. I knew the suffering the acid would cause when It penetrated my clothing and rushed for the water to save myself WEEKLY PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by GOURIER -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. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY AND THE -- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS LzJfefiLmF-- ' I 1 BOTH ONE YEAR JT' lo Eyes Bnr-gic- al Pesrons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books pain." He drew several pieces of glass from his pocket in witness of the tale. Then he dismissed the company and hurried home. For a1.50 i you'will give or send your order to this Special Attnetin Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any 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' RESIDENCE. STREET. FROZEN WITH HEAT. Remarkable Process Known as the Caloric Paradox. Freezing is usually associated with cold, but water can be frozen on a red-hplate. This pretty experiment has rightly been called the caloric paradox. If a drop of water is placed on a red-tor white hot metal plate It does not suddenly flash into steam under the influence of the great heat It does not even boil. It simply evaporates Quietly and slowly as it rolls about the plate. Now, suppose that the drop on the plate is a volatile liquid like sulphurous acid. It will evaporate, and this evaporation will produce cold. Let a. drop of water fall in the sulphurous acid drop and it will be frozen in spite A ot ot paper not tothe Courier-Journa- l. ON BURKSV1LLE 1 DaiKiCourieHournal, Sunday! Courier-Journal, Yr Yr S6.00 $2.00 Joseph C H. Stone, w Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and adjoining counties. The Government combination cut rateon Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. Wefjcan a ij;ixjX5xs( To My Dog. giyeyou Jamstown, : Kentucky Why 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 ltetldence Phone 13 B Business Phone 13 A platinum capsule, he formed a spheroidal mass which evaporated very slowly. He then brought some mer- M. Boutigny thus froze water on a white hot platinum capsule. Faraday carried this remarkable experiment even further. Pouring some ether and Bolidified carbonic acid gas on a red-h- of the heat ot SMrs. Charlotte Hoffman, wife of Jas. H.JHoffman, is dead at Some people think dogs ain't Lawrenceburg at an advanced age. got no sense And that they don't know MrsJ Donaldson Jones, aged 37, isdead at her home in Garwhat's what, But from the 'quaintance I've rard. belonging to James had with them Carter, of Lincoln county, gave j I've found dogs know a lot. Trouble is, folks don't seem toi birth to triplet colts Two died, but the third gives promise of a understand long life. What a dog is trying to say ClydeKStratton. who escaped When he wags his tail he means from the Leavenworth prison by "I'm glad to see you." And when he growls he means crawling half mile through a sewer, is held by the police of "go away." An' when' it comes to takin' Pekin, 111., where he was arrested. care of his health 9 The $21,000 Methodist Church He knows just what to do, For he never eats nor sleeps which was recently completed at Wilmore, was dedicated Sunday. too much And he don't drink nor smoke Bishop J. C. Kilgore, of Durham, N. C, delivered the dedication. nor chew. A National Society for the Now you just kinda watch your Study and Prevention of Cancer dog has been formed in Washington An' I'm sure Tyou'll learn a with Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt, lesson, Mrs. Russell Sage and other Be kind to him, and you will wealthy women as sponsors. find Changes in the main route of His love will be a blessin'. the L. & N. to Nashville are conHe'll stick to you through thick templated, according to developand thin, ments in the case wherein BowWhen you're down he'll share ling Green asks that the L. & N. your sorrow, be required to build a new staAn' wag his tail as if to say tion there. "Cheer up, good luck Pressure is being brought to bear on President Wilson to- - get Now, when I die, if I've the him to refrain from signing the luck Sunday Civil Bill containing the To reach the golden gate, clause exempting farmers and And I see a sign, "No dogs labor unions from prosecutions allowed," law. He inunder the anti-truBy gosh, I'd hesitate. dicated that he he would sign For if my old pup was standing the bill with a written protest ' 'round, "She thought to taunt me Ar? 'ud look me in the face, when she passed my house with I think I'd have to take a another girl Wednesday evening chance and made remarks about my hustry the other place. An' band loud enough for me to hear. in the National I taught her I knew a few things (Billy B. Van Humane Review.) about my husband, and I am perfectly able to defend his good News Notes. name on occasions when it would not do for him to take the matter into his own hands. I thrashJohn House died in Garrard ed this baby-face- d girl and I am of his son, glad of it, and I'll do it again if county at the home it is called for." Albert House, aged 76 years. FAf-rmar- e st . Not cury into contact with it and this was Instantly frozen. Now, mercury requires a temperature of 40 degrees below zero to solidify It and here it was frozen on redhot platinum. Read The Better Roads Make a Better try. Coun- DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Office, Front rooms in Jeffries One of the first things asked by those seeking homes in a new BTd'g country i s, up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky G. P. SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE WELL DRILLER the ner: I wish to see Thomas P. Cope." "Sir, He was shown to Mr. Cope's office. roads? Are they good or bad? "I am John Randolph of Roanoke," To them good roads are a drawhe said. "I wish to take passage to ing card while inferior roads Liverpool in one of your ships." If he expected to be tendered scare them away. The man look- he was grievously disappointed. a Dass "I am Thomas Cope," replied the, ing for a farm and home is also neaa or tue line, "ir thee goes aboard looking for good road means the ship and selects thy stateroom and will pay $150 thee may go." money to the f armes who is going to do a busiuess that amounts An Ants' Sewing Circle. A party of German naturalists reto anything. No wonder he cently returned from Ceylon have rehesitates about locating in a ported the existence of a species of ant that has been observed in the act of place where steep grades make sewing two leaves together for the purit possible to haul only a half pose of forming a nest This report confirms the observations of the Engload or the mud makes hauling lish naturalist Ridley, made in 1S90. two or three times as costly as' it They saw a row of the insects pulling No "Deadhead" Trip. One of the most famous of American shipping lines in the palmy days of our marine was the Cope line, which ran between Philadelphia and Liverpool, says the author of "Memoirs of Charles H. Cramp." By this line John Randolph of Roanoke determined to go to Russia when he had been appointed minister to that country by President Jackson. Entering the office of the company in Philadelphia, he said to a clerk in his usual grandiloquent man- Courier Journal? HENRY WATTERSON "What about Editor. We Can Furnish You The Adair County News andQthe Weekly Courier-Journal should be. 0 ft i The most desirable citizen is adjoining counties. See me be- more than a good business farmer. He is interested in the fore contracting. Latest schools, the church and the somachinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give cial life of the community, Progressive people like to be able to me a Call. go to the town and city. Business and pleasure demand it. J. C. YATES The man looking for a home takes ah these things into consideration. He is looking for H- good roads and wants good roads. Veterinaiy Sgeon Good farming calls for cheap transportation, and and Dentlfat 5 years experience. Special attention people demand schools and given to Surgical and Dental work. churches that are easily accessiOffice at residence near Graded School ble. Therefore it is not strange building. PHOE NO. 7. N. that enterprising citizens ask about the condition of the roads before locating in a new country. W. Ottley The road plays an important factor in the history of every man's HttoneyHtIiam life. Experience, therefore, "Will practice in all the teaches that everywhere and un4 Cota.rts der all conditions better roads Columbia, Ky. makes a better countiy. Ex. I will drill wells in Adair and im-yrov- ed the edges of leaves together, then others trimming and fitting the edges, and finally the completion of the work by still other ants which fastened the edges with a silky thread yielded by larvae of the same species the workers carried in their mandibles. It is said that the sewing ants pass the thread-givin- g larvae like shuttles through holes in the edges of the leaves. Boston Post. For the Boy's Sake. A Roseville man stopped smoking for the sake of his young son. "If 1 smoke I shall set him a bad example," he ar- Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give libera) combination rate with Daily ii. joisles up-to-da- te gued and gave up tobacco with many sighs of regret For three years he has done without the weed. The other night he found a box of little cigars in the boy's coat pocket, a well smoked brier pipe in the youngster's tool box down cellar and a pack of cigarettes in the woodshed. Newark News. His Experience. or Sunday Courier Journal. ComWrite Courier-Journpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. al Tanner "In order to succeed in any line of business," said the great merchant, who was given to the habit of moralizing, "one must begin at the bottom' "I tried that" replied the young man with the fringed trousers, "and now I'm on my uppers." Exchange. Reckless Dissipation. Hiram, His Mother ain't you 'shamed o yourself settin' up till half paBt 8 playin' solitaire? Wbar you get your taste for gamblin' I don't know. Life. - Bitters 1 ? i "x was suueruig irom pam in njy stomach, head and back." writes H. Made A Wew Man Of Him. . .. . r No man can do nothing, and no man can 3o everything. German Proverb. T. Alston, Raleigh, .N. C. "and my liver and kidneys did not "work right, but four bottles of Electric Uittera made me feeJ 'ke a new man." PRICE 50 CTS. U ALL DRUG STORES. J t & THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS -v Tarter. Bad Spells " I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C "At last, I was almost n, and had to give up. We had three doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid for 5 weary years Cardui relieved me, when everything else failed." bed-ridde- Kentucky's Consolidated Schools THE The farmers are all nearly done planting corn in this community. are very much like their parents. They do enjoy a good time Mr. Charlie Herriford, of Co people of their own age. In any one room schoolhouse, CHILDREN how fine It may be, the chances are that there will be very lumbia, was here last week lookfew children In the upper grades. These older children crave compan- ing for timber. ionship and often drop out of school for no other reason. In fact. It is not at all unusual to overhear conversations like the following: Mr. Henry Grant, of Neats-bur- g, "What's the matter? You ain't going to stop school?" "Yes; I'm goin' to was here last week on busiBtop. I'm past fifteen." "But you ain't through school yet?" "No; I know I LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR BRIGHTER, c 1 ness. Cardui tot Special Instructions, and ge womlivs-rom- c Mr. Tom Flanagan bought of James Cravens a tract of 23 acres of land near here for $510. 1913 BETTER, If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. They found it of real value in relieving their aches and pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for use, at once, by you. Try it, today. Write to: Ladies' Advisory DepL, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooea, Tenn., book. Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J 57 J. O. and J. T. White attended an all day. singing at Poplar Grove last Sunday. J. Q. White sold to Allen Twy-for- d THE 15 barrels of corn at $325 per barrel. IS Ira Carter and family will leave in a few days for Indiana to BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF LOUISVILLE TIMES $5.00 A YEAR. "What's De Use Ob Pinin'." ( the immortal part of mortal man delights to leave this work-a-da- y worlds and dwell for a brief period in the realm of dream the land of sylvan gods, of nymphs and elves the land of youth and love where the arrows of the blind god are darting everywhere. GREENDALE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL ain't, but I'm tired to death of goin' to school every day with a big bunch of little kids. I don't like the boys to see me walkin with all those youngsters taggin' along the road with me. I'm goin to stop tomorrow." If parents would only question their children of school age carefully they would soon gain their individual viewpoint. The child's viewpoint may not Dar aint no use ob groanin' Kaze you happens to be po'; Dar aint no use ob moanin' Kaze no karpet's on de floo'; Dar aint no use ob wishin' Dat you could get a bite When de sign am 'rong fer fishin' And de wind aint right. Doan' you eber b'leeve it, honey, Dat happiness kan't come Widout a heep o' money An' a palace for a home Kaze de people mos' kontented, An' de jolliest on de earth, Hab libed in homes dey rented, An' dey oberflowed wid mirth. Dey had patches on de elbows Dey had patches on de knees An' when de Winter brung his snows Sometimes dey'd nearly freeze; But when de Springtime comes '( ! ' v s - ' & r ' t ',. ' & ' v C"Sv . , t ' "' ,, ' ""." , '' s ' f j. ' v ' V make their future home. They IP YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDER have sold their farm here to Mr. TO US, YOU CAN GET Clyde Jones who will take possession at once. THE ADAIR COUNTY R. L. Beard's little boy accidentally fell from the fence a few days ago dislocating NEWS one of his knees from which he is suffering a great deal. AND Cy Robinson, we understand, bought 25 acres of land from J. THE LOUISVILEE W. Hadley at $20 per acre. two-year-old ''A, . ' j i BirriJ & ltjz t". U' fii v 1 K f F&SPW" , ' 4? Dr. MaryJWalker the famous woman who has so long worn the male garb is J anxious to be appointed the commissioner of pensions. She served! over a f year in the Civil War as an army "" -v '"' 'S 4 v 'aAv?x Vs doctor and she draws a pension of $20 a month'by special act of ATHLETICS. MAYSLICK CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL. MASON CO. congress on account of her unbe well taken; but, usual services. Shejwas one of value. It is always nevertheless, it is his or her viewpoint and therefore has good policy to SUGAR COAT EVERY EDUCATIONAL w v T. G. White bought an aged mare from Creed Harmon last week for a fancy price. P. M. Koberts has about completed his new residence and will move in it at once. TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $4.50. . .. ! VS3 vr-.- 0 VvC 3vW the orriginal suffragists, but she is strongly opposedj J;o are adopted to boost the women cause. She called.on Secretary 1 agin' Bryan and urged that the Amer How Dey'd git a pole an' line, ican suffragettes who are smash- An' bait de hook and drap it in ing things inJEnglandUshould be any one speaks of the consolidation of several schools the brought to the country, tried 1 An' hab a glorious time! is at once asked, as though it settled the whole An' you neber heerd 'em boastin' and properly punished, and she WHENEVER time to come. There is an almost universal feeling against consolidation In many rural districts. There is a feeling that thought no militantjSsuffragist 'Bout de blueness ob de blood, the children should get to school as their parents and grandparents did. from other countries should be In several sections where consolidated schools have been established in Ner udder folks a roastin' this state (and there are many such sections at this writing) the pupils go Kaze dey thought dey want so allowed to land here. Mr. Bryan listened to her courteously good; " v. Cv?i ' vkN Dey wuz right here in Kentucky. but of course willltake no such action. Whar de bes' ob people lib, I' ratify C1'; ' " tlOV.Mfc.JBKaLral:-''4 ' , ''"'?' ; Yit dey neber wuz upstucky Health a factor In Success. 'Bout de pedigree dey gib. .w&3s& muse? '$,''': BXSmmiiJLVWiimwKU The largest factor contributing to a Den whut's de use ob pinin' man's success is undoubtedly health. I 'Bout de things you kain't ob-- I It has been observed that a man is seldom sick when his bowels are regtain, RK.'3K!.SiS?:: j nlnlWlMili i' "T rli trnnr tfr" ularhe is never well when they are ' ' nriT TTjrri constipated. For constipation you will f An' to wish de sun was shinin' find nothing quite so good as ChamWhen it's pourin' down wid rain? berlain's Tablets. They not only move Des take 'em as dev come along, the bowels but improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. They An' do de bes' you kin, are sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad. An' try to lessen wid a song De trouble dat you's in! Dr. Robert Bel, the iamous GOING TO CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL IN .MASON COUNTY. English physician, in a recent lack and forth to school on the interurbun cars. Naturally, this plan is a very for the Weak and Nervous. great success In other sections article attributes cancer mainly used. Rome of these wayons arewhere there are no trolley lines wagons are Tired-out- , built to accommodate as many as twenty weak, nervous men and ambitious, energetic to the eating of too much meat. children, so that the cost of transportation per child is not great after the women would feel original investment In the wagon is taken out. and full of life and always have a He calculates that there are now "Too expensive." some one says. Well, that depends on what you mean god appetite, if they would do the 25'000,000 people in the world Electric jfcnsible thing for health-tak- e Nothing better for the who are afflicted with the disBitters. Stomach, liver or kidneys. Thousands ease. He says that all the say they owe their lives to this wonderful home remedy. Mrs. O. Rhine-vaul- known "cures" of cancer have of Vestal Center, X. Y., says: failed and that from his exten"I regard Electric Bitters as one of sive experience he is convinced the'greatest of gifts. I can never what it has done for me." Get a that the best that can be done in bottle yourself and seewhat a differ-hc- e such cases is to reform the diet it will make in your health. Only 50c and 1.00. Recommended by and pay strict attention to keepAd. ing the digestive and Paull Drug Co. intestinal system in a thoroughly sanitary A , Just May Time. condition. the gladsome days and mar In Rheumatism Quicldy Cured. velous nights of winsome May, "My sister's husband had an attack when earth is robed in fairy gar- of rheumatism in his arm," writes a resident of Newton, Iowa. lands of budding leaf and burst- gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's Willi "I Vino" hlOSSOms, viuiauug TRANSPORTATION TO GREENDALE Liniment he applied to his arm ilfoystic music o'f winged choir, and on thewhich morning the rheuma- by expensive. IOnay cost a little more money SCHOOL, FAYETTE CO. next to get the children to and from k fragrant with mynd breaths of tism was gone." For chronic muscu- school, but nierewill he fewer colds and coughs to contend with. There will behind fewer their lar rheumatism you will find nothing because they could not get 3waking flowers, pulsating with better than Chamberlain's Liniment. be accountchildren weather. in It is atstudiesworth looking into, especially to school on of the least as some life, new hope and new love, Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad. neighborhoods in the state are using transportation with great success, and satnew the methods that PILL. The small school can never afford the pleasure and the exhilaration which large numbers of children of the same school age can give. The big James Rexroat has secured a some of consolidatr chools are particularly strong in this hold upon the older pupils. position with Humble & Winfrey being Born, to the wife of Rudolph THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Beard May 4th, a girl Ina Clarace. Mother and baby do- the best afternoon paper prining well. ted anywhere. Cy Robinson was on CumberHas the best corps of corret land river fishing last week. pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per at Somerset and left last week to take charge of same. fectly. Can They Get to School? j and Sunday. Covers the general news fieli Lindsey Snow, o f Russell Springs, was a pleasant caller in completely. this community last Saturday Has the best and fullest mis John L. Sherperd is on the sick list. He has a complication of diseases. kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics bn fair to everybody. SUBSCRIP- XM ''-''- '" t ; . .. r ""-- Mr. Walker Bryant, o i Columbia, was here last Thursday SEND YOUR looking after timber. John T. White sold two young mules to T. W. Wheat;. TION RIGHT AWAY ( i A Sunday School has recently been organized at this place with a larp-- attendance. 0 e Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer J. C. White and wife were vis- iting relatives here last week. J. O. and J. T. White were at Eunice last Saturday. Constipation Lured. 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 eTeryone to use them for The Adair And County . The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Bofh One constipation, indigestion and liver complaint." Will help you. Price 25c. Recommenaed by Paull Drug Go. Ad. Year For nly $1.35 may I ntv or renuwal t, for-W- fc One of the few inland "light houses' m the world is located This in the Arizona desert. "lighthouse" consists of a tall pole on the top f which a lantern is hoisted every night so that the light may be seen for miles. The water at this point comes from a well which is the only source of water .for a distance of 30 to 45 miles in either Hat The Weekly Enquirer Is It is issued every Thursday, Subscription prica cl per year, and it is one of the best homo metropolitan weeklies of It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtaia-in- c the World's events, and for that reason caa give you all the leading news. It carries a great amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials market reports. Its nu and reliable merous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. Tnis grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for the above com bination right now. Call or mail orders to. to-da- y. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. DElSTT-AJT- i direction. Cute for Stomach Disorders. Disorders of the stomach may be avoided by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Many very remarkablecures have been effected by these tablets. Sold by PaDll DrugCJo. Ad. OFI1CE well-know- n Dr. James Triplett DENTIST NFXT TO POST OFFICE I Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 20. OFFICE PHONE 08' ! isfaction to the general public. ,'& fc 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. ! -- evangelist, will begin a series of meetings at the Baptist Church in our city on second Sunday Our people are complaining of night, in July. He will be asdry weather. sisted by the paston, Rev.- - DudTebacco plants are very scarce geon. in this section. Mr. S. A. Harper is just in regreat deal of com- ceipt of a letter from his son, We hear a plaint about corn not coming up Mont, who left here about fourgood. teen years ago, and was in "Unre- cle Sam's" service for number of Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nell sumed from Louisville last Fri- years, and who at present is loday. cated near Honolulu, Hawaii, is Mr. J. H. Smith shipped a car engaged on the Island in the waioadof hogs to the Louisville ter works. He also writes his father that he wants the Adair market this week. Mr. W. W. Yates is fvisiting County News sent to him. Married, on the 12th, Mrs. his relatives in Campbellsville Fannie Harper to Mr. Peter this week. Mike Winfrey, of Columbia, Cumpton, Rev. L. Payne was shaking hands with the boys in this section last week. Mrs. Strong Hill has been in'a very critical condition for the INTEREST TO CANDIDATES j3' M , EVERYTHING IN Mum 'V mr lv s -ai Ballad's Self :RisingTFIour nt? ffE?t .u:a4'MiUAM,'Mfi -- They melt in vour mouth when made with " HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized i . z- - r -- rT d....t.. BMBMia h k. t un nKn'0 na r.Kicinrr nm ? JustyaddjTlittle shortening and water or milk but a minute to mix it's ready for the oven in a wHt 'then' eatings". that melt in your mouth. woman or child who has never baked before, the woman who works all day and has little time tobake, will meet with the same success as the most ex- g s lour enua perienced bater. uaiiarct s bake-da- y failures. Made of choicest Winter wheat, Jirani and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. r JThe - cseii-iusm- LOUISVILLE.KXI nno nrT Finun wrrnsoQA.PHOsPHAiEj AT.J with nothing but the purest, most wholesome materials used in preparation. Most satisfactory, most economical, most convenient flour you can use. Prafit-ShaTinProfit-SharinB Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- MIX WITH WAttR. Anr i Ann 5ELF-R1SIH- iAU AUULU :i i Ji tr Couoona which can ba Rnrrv nrh contain exchanged For valuable premiums by mailing them to e Premium Company, at Louisville, n.entucfty. Ballard & Ballard Co., Inc., Louisville, Kyr CO. FSOWerS & BeCK, Columbia, Ky. For Sale by 6 Eaat liatker Street, Between First and Brook f For SUPERINTENDENT. Columbia Graded School Track Meet and Field Day May 21, 1913, 1:30 p. m Louisville, Ky. Courier-Journ- al past week. Mr. W. L. Fletcher and wife are visiting friends and relatives in Cumberland countv this week. We are glad to notp that Mr. Jo Hunter, who has been con- fined to his room for several days with fever, is better at this time. Messrs. Flowers & Hunter, of our city, spent a few days in Co lumbia the first of the week. Our efficient road overseer, Mr. Charles Sparks, is seeing after Jits business strictly this week and we all expecting better roads in the near future. Ed Diddle, one of the Columbia stosdents, dropped in to see us a few minutes last Fridav. Ed is looking a little bit under the weather. Several from our town put in several days last week fishing. We understand they had fine -- Editor News: 1. The Act of 1912 requires all candidates for the office of County Superintendent, except those who are now in office, to hold a State Certificate issued by the State Board of Examiners, which does not expire during .the anticipated term of office. 2 The Applicant may qualify by taking a special examination to be held in the Department of Education, Frankfort, May 30 and 31, and June 27 and 28. This examination is in all re spects equivalent to the examination for the regular State Certificate. 3 The applicant may qualify The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. We Issue a Leaflet Illustrating Starter-FRA- NK WINFREY Offiicial Timer J. O. RUSSELL Judge JOHN W. FLOWERS Boys ) NOBBY STYLES IN Primary Grade 1 . 50 yd dash T. A. Smith Lace Curtains Ranging in Price From Prize 60c 4- - F. A. Rosenbaum ) T. G. Rasner 2 1 00 yd. dash 1 Boys under st Prize 1 4 and above Primary Grade 2nd " 3 Pair Cuff Buttons Frank Sinclair Knife -- J. P. Miller Boys 98C TO 1.69 pER p modern and beautiful. 100 yd dash' 1st prize 14 and over And we would like the readers of The Adair County News to write for one of thase booklets as the values are unusually fine and the curtains without doubt 4 pairs Buster Brown socles Russell & Co. 2nd prize Knife Jeffries Hardware Co. Boys 4 by taking the regular State Examination, June 20 and 21, either in the county in which the applicant resides or in Frankfort, before the State Board of 4 Applicants may qualify after nominations are made .in the Au- Running High Jump Nell & McCandless 1st prize $1.00 Box Candy 2nd prize Peck Apples Henry Ingram Sack Race 1st prize Drop us a Card today Members R. M. A. Fares Refunded Boys 5 2nd " $1.00 .50c J. W. Ottley R. H. Durham Boys HubbuchiBros., & Wellendorff Incorporated 6 7 1 mile Relay Race Prize Shoe Race $2.00 -J-ohn W. Flowers Boys 522 ands524 West Market St. Tiick. Uncle Charlie Yates, one of our oldest and best citizens, has foeen on the sick list for several days. We have just received the sad news of the death of Mrs. John Preston. She had been a long sufferer and a Christian in the Prize- -$ 1.00 -J- ohn 1 D. Lowe Girls Boys Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. Mr. Bob Hood and Miss Laura der this plan, pay to each State annually for road maintenance Andrew attended Mother's Day an amount equal to 2 per cent., at Creelsboro last Sunday. of the amount of bonds on deThere were quite a lot of our posit, provided the State expends farmers delivered their hogs at a like amount for the same pur- Columbia last week to Mr. Jo pose. Smith, at 7c Der hundred. "The plan also provides for Mr. Sam Smith and wife were team work between the States and the Federal government, visiting at Magalia last week. Mr. Owen Wilson sold one but avoids subservience of the State to any Federal bureau or span of mules to Mr. Eugene department. It suggests the es- Grasham for $325; also, Mr. tablishment of g national school Wilson bought one saddle horae of highway and bridge engineer- from Bill Hancock, of Coburg, ing .here in Washington, so as to for $150; and then Mr. Wilson create a supply of trained spec- purchased himself a fine buggy. ialists from whom the States Look out girls you may get to could draw for State and district take a pleasant drive. engineers." Mr. Jesse White, of Columbia, wos through this neighborhood Russell Creek Items. last week selling his good churns. I will say that no one will make been a mistake .getting Some of our farmers have in one of hi3 plowing corn for the past week. churns for they are a grand Lots of replanting on account of thing. the cold snap a few weeks ago. Bro. Johnson filled his appointWheat is not looking so well ment at this place last Sunday, in this neighborhood. and preached an excellent serSome of our boys are setting mon. We would be glad to have tobacco, Lots of beds are a fail- him come again. ure and plants are scarce. Mr. Jim Sherley's letter in the Messrs. Sam Smith and Ike News was very much enjoyed by Curry were in Greensburg last your scribe. Mr. Sherley is one week, and purchased a buggy, of Milltown's best young men, surrey, sewing machine and a and is very much admired Ly the cultivator. It pays a farmer to young people of this precinct. go to Greensburg to purchase Write again Jim. , his farming implements. While unbooming a log last Mr. H.T. and Dofe Smith were at the Sandlick Springs last week, the boom pole broke and week. The latter going to get hit John Hood in the mouth and knocked out some teeth and cut water for his health. Miss Ruth Squires was visiting his lip that three stitches were relatives and friends at Milltown taken. Mr. Hood i s getting last week. along fine at this writing. truest sense. Messrs. Will Lyon, Geo. Whit-ioe- k and S. C. Neat, all grocery men, were here to see us last Friday. Mr. J. F. Pendleton, of Greensn burg, the stockman, in this section, has contracted some cattle in this section for fall delivery at 5i cents. We hear our farmers talking about rust in their wheat and a few crop3 are damaged considerably. The rust and dry weather have certainly cut the crop in this section. , Diddle & Parson bought a few days ago a nice lot of wheatfrom Calvin Claycomb at one dollar fifteen cents per bushel. Wheat is very scarce in this section at this time. Ed Whitlock, one of our pros perous farmers, delivered a nice bunch of hogs to J. H. Smith one day last week at $7.20 per hundred. J. P. Hutchison, of Columbia, made his regular trip here last week and as usual received a cwo horse load of produce at the siarket price. well-know- gust primary. However, there 8 Relay Race Prize $ .00 First National Bank is only one chance after the Primary, and that is in the regular 9 220 yd Dash 1st prize $1.00 -- Dr. Triplett State Examination in August, ..50 -- W. H. Goff 2nd " and the candidate can not take this examination, except in his 10 Throwing Contest Prize $1.00 Goff Bros. home countv, where he expects Race d to run for office, or in Frankfort 11 st prize $ .00 Gordon Montgomery in the Department of Education. Hair Cut and Shampoo Geo. W. Lowe 2nd " 5 Incumbents in office, nnder 12 Running Broad Jump the law, are qualified by virtue I Junius Hancock . .UU st priz- eof their past tenure of office, to talker Bryant 7. run for without fur2nd " .50 f; W. Walls Coy ther examination. 6 The 1912 law prescribes that 3 Potato Race 1st prize $1.00 Box Candy Flowers & Beck all candidates who are not inXV W 2nd " 50 f A. A. Miller cumbents in office, must either have a certificate as herein de- 14 440 vd dash Paull Drug Co. 1st prize $2.50 pair Cuff Buttons scribed,- or take this special exTtiree-Legge1 1 Girls Boys , Boys I J- re-electi- on 1 Girls Ic Boys amination, which, is in all .respects, the equivalent of a State 15 Certificate. Therefore, all such 2nd " 1 Case "My Cola" W. T. Ottley & Gill Wheel Barrow Race 1st prize Girls Sam Mitchell, of Columbia, was in our midst last Wednesday looking fine. The people down here are always glad to see him as he is good company and lias something fresh all the time. Kev. Coakley, the .well-know- n candidates, must have taught The winner of the most prizes will be given a gold medal, dotwo years, the time required by nated by Miss Pearl Hindman. law to secure a State Certificate. (Ky., Stat, Carroll, Sec. 4503; Ken- government loan the States the Ky. School Law, Hamlett, 1912, government to tucky would receive $19,800,000. par value thereof for road conSec. 79.) It is listed as one of the States struction, the government raisBarksdale Hamlett, now permitted to issue bonds for ing its funds by the sale of its State Superintendent. 3 per public works. In a brief expla- fifty-yenation of his plan, Senator cent., bonds. WORTH CONSIDERING. METHOD OF FINANCING. Bourne, as chairman of the joint By crediting each State every We reproduce below a dis- committee on Federal aid in the year with the excess one per patch from Washington, which construction of postroads, assert cent, interest paid by the State shows that the Federal Govern ing that the country would get to the government over what the ment is preparing to aid in build- vast returns on the investment, government pays on its bonds, ing road in communities that says: allowing 3 per cent., inter"My plan contemplates that and will help. What will the good compounded annually on said construction est, the billion-dolla- r county of Adair do? excess one per cent., a sinking Washington, May 1C Accord- fund shall be apportioned among fund is established from which ing to the plan of former Sen- the States upon the basis of area, the government pays off the'i ator Johnathan Bourne, Jr., for population, assessed valuation bonds at the end of fifty years, the expenditure of three billion and road mileage, and that the and the State is relieved of the dollars in the construction, several states shaH deposit in payment of principal on its maintenance and improvement the United States treasury their bonds. ' 4 per cent., bonds for of post roads, throughout the fifty-yea- r STATE MUST DO "SHARE. country. thejjFecleral and State the amount due them, and the "The government will also, unco-opera- te, 2nd " - $1.00 Box Candy-Wil- son .50 Frank Winfrey ar non-taxab- le ' . - rf