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McAllister, who was the cashier of the defunct Cane Valley Bank, fell dead in Canipbellsvilie, where he was conducting' The New Merchant Hotel, Monday morning. Mr. McAllister came to this county from Shelby county, located and became the cashier of the new bank started at Cane Valley. Something Death of an Old Lady. Guard Your Credit. well-know- n The Meeting at Christian Church. Eld W. G. Eontgomery, who was born and reared a few miles from Columbia is assisting pastor Williams in a series of meetings. His first sermon was delivered last Sunday forenoon to a large congregation- - He dealt in the progress of science, applied it to the Christian religion, making his points exceedingly interesting. H e i s a scholarly gentlemau, a logical and forceful speaker, and we predict that he will be greeted with large congregations throughout the series. Services, 3 o'clock daily in the afternoon, evening, the song service will begin at Friends Boosting Him. like a year after arriving in Adair county he was married to Miss Louisa Callisou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Callison, and she and one child survive him. When death came he was standing with the telephone receiver at his ear talking to some one. The deceased was about thirty years old and was a native of Shelby county. The interment will take place at Cane Valley to.day, and doubtless many friends will be present. Shot From Ambush. Monday of last week Frank Blades, who lived near Sulphur Well, Metcalfe county, was shot from, ambush and instantly killed. He had started to his barn to feed mules and when he was in forty yards of it, persons on the inside fired a volley at him. His body was riddled with bullets. It is also said that after he was dead several shot were tired into his body. says that BilThe Couned-Journly Dick Robinson and Tom Whitlock, Green county, were arrested as the guilty parties and lodged in jail at al Edmonton. Postmasters Appointed. Washington, May 29. Postmasters for Kentucky: Bliss, Adair, J. F. Riall, vice D. E. Tandy, resigned, Bow, Cumberland county, W. A. Gossage, vice M. E. Smith, resigned: Ella, Adair county, M. F. Swigget, vice J B. Abrell, resigned; Hatcher, Taylor count-- , G. T. Abner, vice T. Earheart resigned: McGaha, Adair county, S. Burton, vice M. W. Smiley, resigned; Purdy, Adair countj, J. B. Burton, vice J. F. Neat, resigned Render, Ohio county, I. Edwards, vice N Harris, resigned. It Looks Like Dollar for Dollar. Mr. L. C. Winfrey, receiver of the Citizens Bank, after payingall the depositors and debts of the institution, lias paid the stockholders 25 per cent, and he has insight at this time money suilicientto pay 30 or 40 per cent, more, and he is of the opinion that eventually the stockholders will not lose a cent. This statement will be gratifying t o all concerned, depositors, stockholders and the old officers of the bank "Mr. W. T. Price, circuit court clerk, is evidently one of the best gardeners m Columbia. Monday afternoon he presentad us with a half peck of Irish potatoes, grown in his garden, not one of them smaller than a hen with fiovvers. the death having occtr-e- d three-quarteof a century ago. egg. We appreciate the remembrance There were prayer and song service, and hereby return our sincere thanks. In this connection we can state that led by Rev. W. F. Hogard. Mr. Price gathered for the Sunday 1 am prepared to do vetenary work, dinner, at home, beans, peas and have a complete set of implements, beets, and had a sufficiency for all in the family. As an onion grower, he took a full course in vetenary scnool. has no equal. He commenced furnish- I now offer my services to those who ing the grocery stores a short time af- think their stock worth the small fee ter Christmas and is still delivering of a- vetenary surgeon when an accident, sickness or disease threatens The State Board of Missionary Bap- life. Robt. Hudson, tist have employed Mr. I. M. Grimsley t. Glensfork, Ky. as Sunday School Col portage and he is now supplied with bibles and reli1 1 i s reported that more than one gious literature- He will spend a good thousand people were at Bear Wallow portion of his time in this county in Decoration Day. Speeches were made distributing the same and organizing "by Eld. Tobias Huffaker, Rev. Pierce, Sunday Schools. Mr. Grimsley is a Marion Ant'e and Wm Hobson, o f conscientious man and the Board has Campbellsville. There was dinner on made a good selection, but his em- the ground for every body. ployers know him as he has had six years experience in the work. M. S. Wilson, au employe o f the Adams Express Company, Louisville, The colored people residing on "The made a valuable discovery. He learn Pike" have organized and under the ed that search was being made for directions of Road Engineer Coffey his wife, who is entitled to 8450,000 are doing excellent work in improving left her by her grand-fathethe Burksville road from the corporate limits. This is commendable. It Mr. M. C. Winfrey, deputy sheriff would be well for some of our white conveyed John Lee Cooper, of color, population to catch the spirit of im- to the penitentiary last week, who provement from the less fortunate will serve from one to five years for colored element. breaking into an office. rs writer Bert Walker, a Mrs. Fannie White, who was seventy-seven years old, died in the Ozark gives out the following which is full neighborhood last Tuesday with dis- of truth: eases incident to old age. She was I'll tell you about this thing of payborn and reared'in Cumberland county ing one's debts Very few men do it and was a sister of Mr. F. R. Winfey, from a spasm of molality. They do it this place. The deceased was twice because it pays best in the long run, married, her first husband being a No man who makes a practice of be Barger, the last Mr. Seth White, who ing dishonest and repudiating his just accounts ever amounts to a hill of has been dead for many years. The funeral services were held at beans. 1n the commercial world they her late home WednfWfey forenoon, would not get to the quarter pole. corfducted by Rev. Nathan Murrell, The successful business man thinks many relatives and friends being pres- more of his credit than he does of any ent. The incerraeut was in the fami- thing else for he knows that if his friends leave him he can get more, ly burying ground. mem- but if his credit forsakes him, he is up The deceased was a consistent ber of the Baptist Church and died in against it. He can have but one cred the faith, believing that she would be it. A successful business gambler alat rest in the home beyond the skies. ways makes his word good and keeps his credit inviolate It is his only The Work of the Grand Jury. stockm trade It seems strange with all this in mind, young fellows will start out by beating little bills, will A grand jury of Adair county, alter even borrow fifty cents from a friend being in session eight days, returned and refuse to pay it back. That class fifty-eigindictments, classified a s of fellows wear a banner that can be follows: seen all over town and every body is Breaking into store house "onto" them When it comes to payBreaking into office ing debts, honesty is the best policy. Breakiug into out house Bert Walker. Breaking into Warehouse Malicious Cutting To the Voters of Adair County. Felonously Cutting timber Obtaining Money by false pretense 1 1 Grand Larceny Because of the many false reports J . Detaining woman being circulated over the county by Carnally knowing a female under 16 1 certain of the Taft Republicans with 21 a view to discouraging the Progressive Breach of Peace 7 Adultry ticket we take this means of warning 1 Trespases our Trieuds against these false reports. 1 Selling mortgage property We wish to say that the two elements 1 Avoiding service of supoena of the Republican party have not got (! Selling liquor ten together, and under the law, there Weapons f is no probability or possibility of them I doing so The reports that the RooseDisturbing Worship 1 Injuring school-hous- e velt voters are going back to the log 1 Frauduently obtaining lodging cabin are false. We have talked with 1 voters from all parts of Selling adulterated food . the county and 1 find Gaming the Progressives are gaining that We are S3 strength instead of losing. candidates on the Progressive Republican ticket till the election, and we .Died. think our prospects for election are good. W. T. McFarland, Mrs. Fred Densou, who was a daughter of Mr. Eli Bailey, died at J. M. Wolford, June Z. Pickett, her late home, two miles south of CoJoe Z. Conover, lumbia last Thursday. She was in Ernest Cundiff. perfect Ifealth up to Friday before her death. Mr. Bailey was the father of Suicided. fifteen children, and Mrs. Denson was large famthe first child to die of that ily. The interment was Friday and a L. L. Cummins, who at one time large number of relatives and friends sold goods a t Randolph, Metcalfe were present. Besides her husdand county, was found dead, lying across she leaves several children, father, and his bed, Tuesday of last week. There brothers aud sisters was a wouud in his head and his pistol Day was observed a t a was lying by his side. On Saturday Decoration number of places in Adair county. before he had trouble with a man Where soldiers of the civil war are named Albright, firing several shots buried, patriotic speeches were made. him. It is believed that he thought The cit cemetery, this place, was he had killed his antoginist, went thronged with people all the after- home and killed himself. He was noon, and when the assembly dispers- dead from Saturday until Tuesday beed the City of the Dead looked like a fore found. fiower garden. As an evidence that For a short time only the Globe the departed are never forgotten, we Tailoring Company will give FREE, notice one or two graves sprinkled tancy every or ht wind storm that ever came this way struck Columbia night between eight and nine o'clock. A series of meetings are in progress at the Christian Church, and while Eld. W. G. Montgomery was in the heighth of his discourse the storm came; the building being filled to its capacity. There was no panic, most of the people waiting patiently until the storm calmed, but when the congregation took its departure, many got soaking wet, and many new hats were damaged. Trees were uprooted all over town, 7:45. swings removed and outbuildings blown away. Swat the Fly. The damage to the Telephone Com-pan- y and the Electric Light plant was Swat th fly, O swat the fiy, considerable, as many wires are down Smite the monster, hip and thigh, and twisted into knots. Or wash his face and wipe his nose A Fted barn, the property of Mr. And don't forget to bug his toes. William Butler, two miles out cf town, was struck by lightning, set fire aud In kindness he'll luxuriate; consumed. Only a small amount of With friend or foe, with small or provender was in the barn great, We have not heard from all parts Partake cf everything in sight of the county, but in our opinion damTo stay a morbid appetite. age was done at many points. Unbidden he will freely feast With man or monkey, bird or beast, Hied at Richmond. Nor would he blush to share his stent With pauper, prince or President. Mr. J. B. Bush, who was a promSop the bowl and lick the platter, inent real estate dealer, his home be-i- n Knead the dough and sip the batter, Richmond, Kj., died Wednesday of Swarmp round the baldest head last week. He was the father of Mrs. And dine upon the plainest bread. O. P. Bush, this place, who, with her A healthy, happy, hungry fly husband, left for Richmond upon Wirl bug the bread and germ the hearing of the serious illness of her Pe, parent, but death came before the Take wine for his own stomach'ssake, bedside was reached. Rev. and Mrs. And not refuse the sugar cake. Bush returned to Columbia Friday. good old doctors claimed they They have the sympathy of the entire Our town in their bereavement. knew That lots of files made fevers few. NOTICE, And this we mean no idle jest,' As scavengers they were the best. The most frightful electrical and last Sunday was in Louisville yesterday to part in the argument in the JeffersonVV Circuit Court iu an injunction case involving points in the new State primary law. Whenever Gen. Garnett comes to Louisville he meets friend who tell him they are for him for the Democaatic nomination for Governor in 1915, but on this visit he found some who told him that the senatori al toga would just fib him, and urged him to get into the race for United States Senator Gen. Garnett's reply was that at present he was trying his level best to "make good" in the office to which the people had elected him. Louisville Times, the 27. Attorney General James Garnett FourScore Years. Martha Leach, who lived in the White Oak country, a much respected old lady, died last Fridaj morning at the age of eighty. he was the widow of Jerry Leach and lived the greater portion of her life in the neighborhood where she died. Her funeral wa. largely attended. Mrs. Died at Glenvilie. Mrs. John Garner, who was a daughter of Mr. Zach Samueis, died at or near Glenvilie. last Sunday. She was quite a young woman and had many friends in the neighborhood. Her funeral and burial were largely attended. Largest Fraternal Orders. Independent Order Odd Fellows Masons I,429,00U; Modern Woodmen America 1,129,000; K. P. If one should bite us now, O horror We'd not survive until the morrow, While unto thousands death we'd dea . And no remorse of conscience feel. Letting Contract lion of Bridge for Reconstruc- - daily newspapers. Over Green Ky. A tvo-- j ear-ol- d These figures are based upon a statement made recently in one of the Notice. river at Watson, In the eastern portion of this county we have forthere is a dwelling-housgotten the name of the family who But swat the fiy, yes swat tlie fiy, occupies it; but flunk the head of the Break his bones and black his eye, family is named Sullivan, that is so If half they say of him be true, opened at 1:30 o'clock on the situated that wheu it rams, from one will be I think he'll swat us all don't you. y side the water falls m Adair county above date. Yes, swat the fly and save the creatCourt will reserve the right to re from the other side into Russell county ures, ject any and all bids. 1 keep on hands a full stock of Farmer, doctor, lawyer, teacher: j J. N. Coffey, The family fiy exterminate coffins aud caskets, aUo robes; County Road Engineer, j Lest he should bite the candidate. hearses. Prompt service night or day. 30-Ad, J. T. Joues, Phone 29. 45-- 1 yr Montpelier, Ky. J. F. Triptett, Elected President Gideon Band. Ad. Columbia. Ky. breed. e, 2t of short duration, Still he's a part of the creation, Then .why should every body try Like you and I to swat the fly. If when Noah did embark He'd killed the couple in the ark, Would it have been a noble deed And stopped the pestering, biting nis sojourn here's filly, dark bay, with The fiscal court wIU be in session heavy mane and tail, left home May June 18, 1913, for the purpose of re- 27. Any one giving me iniormation ceiving bids for the reconstruction of of her will be liberally rewarded. Willie Humphrey, the bridge over Green river at Watson, Ky. 31 Cane Valley. Prospective bidders can see plans and specifications of same by calling on the County Judge o r County Road Engineer. AU bidders will be required to make bond as required by the law if their bids are accepted. Bids have for sale an extra good Jersey cow, five years old, with young calf. I Mrs. 3l-2- J. B. Coffey, t. Columbia, Ky. Died pair vest suit, a with of trousers. Let us take your measure y Reed & Miller, Agents. to-da- at Mt. Carmel. Ad. 31-- 2t How the Vote Stands The following is the standing of the candidates at the Parlor Circle, up to and including last Saturday night: 56,460 Dora Eubank - MarjaSmith KellTarter Eva Walker Margaret Lovett How to Collect 31-3- 53,700 40,700 33,450 21,600 - Accounts. Mr. S. P. Monroe, who lived m the Mt. Carmet neighborhood, died last Thursday night in the 67th year of his age. During the civil war he served in the Federal army, making a good soldier. As a civilian, he was an honorable and muoh respected cilizen. His funeral was preached by the pastor of the yjethodHst ' church, and many were present. He was a man who will be greatly missed in the neighborhood. He leaves a wife and several children. Peace to his mem ory. Mr. J. C. Strange caught the latter part of last week two catfish, one twenty-fou- r inches, the other twenty-eiginches. The twenty-fou- r inch was a forked tail blue cat. ht I ! A cottage framed and ready for weatherboarding was razed Sunday night for Mr. J. L. McLean. Decoration Day was observed at a number of burving places in Adair OOUlitA I We collect uotes and accounts and look after claims anywhere in the United States and make no charges unless we collect. May's Collection Agency, Ad. It has been the custom for several Somerset- - "Ky. years for a fishing party to gather at , Young's Mill and spend the day more j The contest at the Parlor Circle in enjoyment than fishing. Last Sati will close the 14th of this month. urday about sixty young people and During the meeting at the Christian several married couples met at the church, the shows will not be' put on accustomed place, partook of a most until after religious services closes. delightful dinner, spending the entire The nights for the show. Tuesday and day in a most happy manner. It was A Saturday. not a very good day for fish to bite, young people being out for a good Thursday night will be the regular the enjoyment and day's their hopes were lodge, certainly realized. Mr. Thomas Logsdon and Miss Myr-ti- e meeting of the Cummins, of the Dirigo communi- this place. There will be work in all the degrees and I am anxious that Eld, Tobias Huffaker will preach at ty were married in the court-housWednesday, by Count? Judge N. every member be in attendance.. last Knifley, in the forenoon, next Sunday. G. R. Reed, N. G. H. Moss. A cordial invitation is extended to all. The third Sunday, In the forenoon, he The Girl's club gave their picnic on I Miss Pearl Hindman, School Super- will preach at Pickett's Chapel. in the lawn of the Methodist church intendent, will not be in her office 14. afteruoons until Saturday, June last Thursday afternoon. Jeff Skaggs of Green county, is lying She can be seen each forenoon. atdeath's door as a result of a shootreceived his Circuit court adjourned last Wed-- j Born, to the wife of Dr. James ing affray. Skaggs nesday afternoon, and Judge Carter i M?nzies May 10, a daughter. Mother wounds at the very place where he Lulled Julia Lee, ten years ago. icU for h.s home in Tompkinsville.nun bauy are. domg wet!. 2t Mf.U W. Coy met with a painful accident Saturday morning. He was every body. hanging a screen door when he lost his balance and fell off his front porch, Mr. W. E. Bradshaw, of this place, his head striking first, hurting it and has accepted a- - position with the his neck very badly. He is better at Louisville & Nashville Railroad com- this time. , pany, and will become a Pullman conductor, and his run w'll be from New Mr O. B. Bertram, .vho formerly landing point not being lived aud practiced law at Jamestown Orleans, the known to him. Mr. Bradshaw will is now a candidate before the Demo leave for New Orleans this week to cratic voters for County Attorney take up the work. We commend him Wayne, he having been a resident of personal effects of the estate of s a gentleman worthy of esteem and Monticello for several years. The the late John W. Haynes will be sold confidence. Have you been in the mill district at public auction at the Haynes resiMr. Loreu Phelps returned from recently? It is a very busy locality, dence near Montpelier, on June 14. Sunday stavesand J. V. Dudley, Admr. Frankfort last stand thenight, where sawing lumber, getting outnumber of State exam- spokes, employing a large he had been to 31-Ad. John Q. Alexander was elected President of the Gideon Baud at a meeting, held at Bowling Green last week. It is a religious organization formed by traveling men. The Presidency could not have been more worthily bestowed. Mr. Alexander l s known throughout this section of the State as a gentleman of high Christian character, enjoying the confidence of Mr. I commenced last Sunda. Eld. Montgomery is delivering strong sermons and the sonir service under the direc- tion Miss Mamie Depp, of Glasgow, is inspiring. The attendance is good and. interest will grow .is the meeting progresses. The meeting at the Christian church r. ination, touching his qualifications t hands. for School superintendent, being a Candidates for office should remem- -' candidate to till the position in Russell county. He reported that he had ber that their petitions must be m every assurance that lie would be the hands of the Secretary of State thirty days before the to the primary. awarded a State certificate. A calf, was owned by Mr. Sims Herbert Smith of this place, college, Bow- who lives in the Tutt addition was who is in the business Mr. Odd-Fello- e, I 1 I ling Green, has become very efficient killed by lightning Sunday nighr as a stenographer. He has been L. W. Dixon bought two lots of J. sent to Russellville to take the testiR. Wilson, located on Russell Heights, mony in a murder trial Iu his examination at Bowling Green, he got 100 for sixty dollars in each of his studies. It was oppressively hot here last Sunday, the thermometers marking A special term of the Russell cirnearly ninety degrees. cuit has been caUed to convene next Monday: It is to try the rights of In his examination at Jamestown the Irvine heirs to a large estate left Mr. Geo. Aaron received a general by the late John D. Irvine. average of 93. Mr. 3 - and Mrs. J. Press Miller have A pair of eyeglasses has been left ab gone to housekeeping, and are occu- the Hancock Hotel. pying the residence near the Graded Born, to the wife of Frank SjnsHir, School building, recently vacated by May 3Uih, a sou. Mi. W. S. Chap mau. V - n i THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Lives off One Acre. Animals That Count. 19 36 per E B Atkinson med. attention 14 00 George Higgin both am, of to pauper Nearly overyone has seen 15 75 M list of Claims Allowed by the Same and reporting births &c trained animals that "count" or Mountain Home, Ark., says that C M Russell med. attention Us April Adair Fiscal Court at -- 5 00 to paupers at least give thempressionjjthat he will again make a living off & Willis furnishing pau1913. Rose Term, Most of this is his acre of ground this season, if 39 00 they can count. pers W I Ingram school books to performed by means of signals a drouth does not strike his secfurnishing pauW W Kirtley 3 78 poor children makes which are un- tion. This is an acre that ten 8 13 00 per 26 00 the trainer Same furnishing pauper JLuther Wilson furnishing pauThe years ago grew nothing but hog derstood by the animals. S P Miller 6 mo salary as jail 17 81 per weeds and would hardly sprout 25 00 gesture physician of a hand, the tone of 48 10 Gr T Bryant furnishing pauper Same reporting births and a grain of corn. Intensified 3 75 t?7 T Reece local registrar 0 00 voice, the stamping of the foot, deaths 15 25 farming does it, and Mr. Higgin-bothaSPaul Hughes local registrar Elizabeth McAllister reporting . and various other signals will enHTayette Bryant furnishing pau25 is known as the most inbirths 26 00 able a horse or other animals to per Mercer & Hindman furnishing tensive farmer in the country. rKell'& McCandless furnishing 14 25 pick out the number wanted, or pauper 7 00 pauper W S Hindman Local Registrar 11 50 stop "counting" at a given num- His living is not a meager one, 2 50 S Merrett lumber to roads S Sophronia Wilson reporting as one might suppose, either, for 19 SO J A Riall furnishing pauper 75 ber, the counting being done by births it comes right fresh from moth0 B, Redman furnishing pauper 48 72 Henry Cooley Local Registrer 5 25 taps of the hoof. 233 75 Ti P Fletcher poorhouse keeper er earth, and he lives in about A D Patteson Election ComBut there are untrained ani3 T Simmons Med attention to 4 00 missioner the same style as the average (i 00 pauper mals that can count, and not up Rollin Hurt Election CommisiSandusky & Co lumber for city man does on $75 a month 4 00 sioner to the ordinary six or 20 numbers 3 69 county roads L C Nell Election Commissalary and has a family to sup3 75 :3a rah J Bryant local registrar 4 00 that about limit their ability in sioner 7 50 port. "S. H White local registrar 5 00 shows. W T Price voting house Rather, they can count "T B Cravens court stenographer 35 00 F R Winfrey voting house 5 00 There is nothing remarkable VSVheat & Williams furnishing 5 00 to 30 or 100. R Tutt voting house J about his miniature farm. At 3S 35 pauper 5 00 Cool Spring Dist. voting house In some of the minds of Hain-au- lt 19 00 . T O White local registrar first he made a liviug off it be 5 00 Strong Hill voting house horses are used to haul loads "W H Burriss furnisliing pau3 00 J M Shives voting house cause he had to, and now be23 40 per 3 00 of ore over a little roadway and Jno. Young voting house cause he can. His secret is to .A C Feoedge furnishing pauper 32 50 J M Wilson voting house 3 00 back by another route, as the 3eo Wilson furnishing pauper 5S 50 K Taylor voting house GO 3 keep something growing on evThirty such .B V Hovious furnishing pau3 00 tunnels are narrow June Holt voting house 2(5 00 ery inch of it all the time and to per 3 00 trips constitute a day's work for N T Jones voting house 1 05 Columbia Tel. tel phoning keep the soil both by working J W Sublett & Bros voting the horse, and without a word Frank Burton furnishing pau5 00 house and fertilization so that the stuff 39 00 per 3 00 from drivers, these horses will Cooley Bros, voting house 2 50 -- IF Triplett pauper coffin grow all the time. Not an o 00 start for the great incline that will W H Eubank voting house 3 00 V White making road drag J inch of the acre is wasted. As Walker Bryant Fiscal Court tStrauge & Corbin furnishing 0 00 leads to their stable at the and Orders 47 25 fast as one crop is taken off, anpauper Same certifying preparing and the thirtieth trip. In fact, many 11 92 to road TRobt Taylor lumber other is put on. 35 38 delivering ballots 12 50 of the drivers do not keep acW C Pickett local registrar Thos. O Patteson Local RegisIn looking about for other adNathan Kelsay furnishing pau7 00 count of the trips at all, knowtrar 123 50 per ditions that would bring him a U L Taylor med. Attention to ing the horse will do so, and JT P & II F Coffey furnishing 34 00 paupers profit on his miniature farm he 07 50 pauper when at the end of the thirtieth Same 3 mo salary as Health decided on cows and chickens. 5 HO :3ame lumber to road 125 00 trip the horses wheel suddenly Officer 19 50 '3? J Cooper furnishing pauper The calves from the two cows J N Coffey 5 mo salary as and make for the outlet, these iH B Simpson poorhouse physiCounty Road Engineer 275 00 bring him $30 a year. There is 25 00 cian salary J H Young furnishing pauper 6 75 drivers have to jump and hold always a demand for good butter 7 50 :3ame Med attention to pauper J K P Conover dieting prisonthem long enough to loosen the iH F Coffey assinee local regismany instances above 375 70 ers and waiting on FISCAL COURT. Wm. Hobson furnishing pau- U. G. HABDWICX. Pres. J. B. COCKE, V. Pres.; R. H. DIETZMAN. Set W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 jwmnWRiGrlTS 1301 DEALERS IN f crmcHiflisTS ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS. FEED MILLS TfflRTeeNTH-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLE m SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work TkBuH. -- JOBBING WORK SOLICITED "1 A1J Kinds of Machinery Repaired The Daily Louisville And The Times News -- Adair s County the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic Wood-ro- -- Neat furnishing pauper f?ickett& Howard furnishing S?5' trar Same balance on wood for Jail 75 53 08 85 24 55 13 00 9 75 150 50 93 14 50 13 00 court W Dillon furnishing ."Same local registrar j pauper pauper r A Petty furnishing paupers Gi:as Hutchison furnishing pauper iSame nails &c to roads tSussell & Hindman med attention to paupers M Russell reporting births iO R Y Hindman reporting births E Estes furnishing pauper SIrs Veleria Campbell furnishing pauper YJV L Walker's Sons furnishing paupers . R Garnett salary as county b?earl Hindman salary as supt IN H Moss salary as county judge tGrordon Montgomery sala-r-y 30 83 and Courthouse P Coffey Asst. Road Engineer 4 00 J " "" 4 00 H V Hurt " 2 50 H W Cundiff " " " "" 3 00 J Y Willis 9 00 John Eubank services as J P " S P Sullivan 9 00 G W Pickett J M Willis Z T Pelley ti " " ' 5 00 1 00 28 38 78 73 63 70 25 00 350 00 250 00 250 00 93 15 9 00 15 00 25 Jo Rosenbaum Luther Bell " 9 9 9 9 9 00 00 00 00 00 treasurer Kentucky, Adair County, Set. I, Walker Bryant, Clerk of the Adair County Court, certify that the foregoing list is a true and complete list of all allowances of the Adair Fiscal Court at its regular April Term, 1913. Walker Bryant Clerk, L. O. Taylor D. C. Franklin's Challenge. as county attorney Adair County News printing & --"ST R Jones pauper coiliu &c .A J Combest local registrar Mary A Hudson reporting births rou Hie Bryant reporting births 4 5u icame same 'Mary A Hudson reporting births 2 25 "T A Firkins furnishing pauper 65 00 5 50 ob Ingram furnishing pauper & Sons furnishing paulEubank 69 40 well. per iWilmore & Moss furnishing Benjamin Franklin knew how Every boy should learn to do something for himself in the way 0 f trade or profession. Then, whatever happens he will be able to take care of himself at least. The boy or girl who is willing to do anything, genearl-l- y ends up by doing nothing very catches that hold the tugs to the little cars. Bat even this is heated by oxen. "The stupid ox" has become a well known phrase the world over, and yet, according to Montaigne, the oxen employed in the royal gardens of Susa to turn the wheels to which water pails are attached absolutely refuse to do more than 100 rounds, as that was their day's work. This work consisted of having the oxen travel in a circle, keepg wheel in ing the motion, and without fail on the hundredth trip around the circle the oxen would stop. Nor couldj they be urged to make another water-drowin- pauper 112 "5 3ell & Simmons med. atten37 00 14 75. .24 00 15 00 52 00 . tion to pauper BEugene Nell lecal Registrar W J Flowers med. attention to pauper as N Murrelt furnishing pauJ per 3D O Pelley furnishing pauper i T Sal lee med. attention to pauper C Gabbert med. attention JT to pauper "jBasl Chapman Local Regis-- 2 25 10 00 1 1 to set type well. When a lxere youth he found himself in London without support and under the necessity of earning his liv- same is also claimed by naturaling But he knew the printing ists of rooks and magpies. trade, and went into a printer's Most Children Have Worms. shop to look for work. "Where are you from?" inquirMany mothers think their children ed the foreman. are suffering j rom indigestion, head- the market price, and this end is looked after by his wife with infinite cara, and brings in a tidy sum weekly. He keeps but thir ty hens during the winter, which gives him eggs to sell every day. in the spring he raises young spring chickens for the market in large numbers. Mr. Higginbotham says that any one can make a living off one acre of land if they properly tend and fertilize it and keep something growing on every inch all the time. "All I will ever want to farm will be five acres." said Higginbitham. "Five acres tended right will make any family a living and a a net profit of round. $1,000 every year in an average It is said that wild apes can seasbn." count to four, and in order to, hunt them at least five hunters TakePlenty of Time to Eat. There is a saying that ''rapid eatgo out and four leave the place ing is slow syjeide." If you have in a manner that will attract the formed the habit of eating too rapidly apes. After the fourth hunter you are most likely suffering from in has gone the apes will come out, digestion or constisation, which will eventually in serious illness unand are thus secured, but they result less corrected. Digestion begins in will never go out from their the mouth. Food should be thoroughly nmstieated and insalivated. Then cover until four hunters have when yon have a fullness of the been seen leaving the place. The 4tomach or feel dull and stupid after in eating, take ote of Ghamberlain.s Tablets. Many severe cases of stomach trbuible and constipation have been cured by the use of these tablets. They are easy to take and most agree able in effect. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad. 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 The Adau County News both for Come to 4.50 per year the office or mail in your subscription. n Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh i I tJ trar G Campbell Lbr. to road D Patteson, services as 25 33 A Sheriff John Hadley furnishing pauper Read Hardware Co.. tools to roads L Brockraan W 133 S5 5 50 2 00 37 50 25 13 00 1 furnishing pauyers Susannah C Page reporting IN R Grisjom med. attention to pauper JR. jBolin reporting births &c births 50 C. Blair, furnishing paupers CJoomer & Gowen furnishing L--. Too Slow for Him. nervousness, weakness, costive-neswhen they are victims of Chat --ply. most common of all children's ailA German farmer was in search The foreman looked doubtful, mentsworms. Peevish, fretful children, who toss and but said, "Can you set type?" gaind their teeth, wihh bad breath of a horse. Franklin'stepped to one of the and colicky pains, have all the oym- "I've got just the horse for toms of having worms, and should be cases and set up accurately and , iriven Kickaooo Worm Killer, a nleas- - you," said thefjivery man. "He's quickly this passage: ' Nathan- - j a n t candy lozenge, which expels just five year3 old, sound as a iel said unto him, Can there be1"lvorms re?ulates the boweJs tones u dollar and goes ten miles with.. uuv ojoiuiu) ifriv uiuug wiiuuiuii well no gooa tning come out or JNaz- - and happy. Kickapoo Worm Killer is out stopping." areth? Philip said unto him, guaranteed. Paull Drug Co., or by The German threw his hands mail. 35c. Kickapoo Indian MediCome and see." It was a very cine Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. skyward. tactful way of accepting the Ad. "Not for me," he said, "not "From America," was the re - j ache, s, American and European P!ans RATES: I American Plan $2.00 and up European Plan $1.00 and up We serve the best American Plan meals in theSoujtfi The iew Louisville Motel Co. Inc. 02 55 159 40 4 25 pauper challenge and it won him a, place and influence among the workmen. For Sale. F Cartwright reporting , births and deaths ai F Gabbert nails &c to roads UFarren Moore furnishing paTfi? for me. I live just eight miles from town, and mit dot horse I haf to valk back two miles." Herman Steinhilber, Manager uper JEayseSneed furnishing jtper rWilliam pau- - pauper Patton furnishing mare mule 15J hands One 3 year-ol- d Can't KeeP It Secret Shake Off Your Rheumatism. high, well broken, well built, good "splendid work of Chamberlain's The Now is the time to get rid'of yoisr style. 45 50 Tablets is dails becoming more widerheumatism. Trp a twenty-fiiv- e cent ly known. No such grand remedy for A. C. Wheeler, bottle of Clismberlain's Liniment and ' ; stomach and 19 50 troubles has ever Knifley, Ivy. see how quickly ygur rhetwnat-i- pali been known. For sale by Pan 11 Drug ' disappear. SobyPinll DrugCorAi . Ad. 304t 19 00 Co. Ad. 1 80 The Adair County News add Weekly Cour- r c ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. ;hiSl M X N T-- THE ADAIR COUNTY lNEWS Several from this part attendJames Fayette Irvin and Jased the singing at Poplar Grove per Dillon, who k A have been conwho had a way the first Sunday. fined to their rooms for the past Lemon juice will: of throwing three cards about in e'fficient road overseer, week, with measles, are able Our Prevents diptherie. a dexterous manner, one day Cure a sore throat of cough. met a Hen and invited her to bet Mr. Willis SheDherd, was looking be out. after his business last week, and Cure a felon. on his game. Mr. Gillom Baker, of Burkes-vil- le, Drive awayfa sick headache. "But I don't understand it.,' we are all expecting better roads visited his father, Dr. T. TC in the future. Cure malaria. "Why, all there is about it, I Baker, last week. Beautify the complexion. Mr. Willie Carter and sister, toss these three cards so, and so, Miss Lora Fletcher was shoppMake the hair fluffy. Lizzie, attended services at Tab- ing in Bakerton last week. and you bet that you can pick up For a sore throat gargle with the Ace of Spades, for example." ernacle last Sunday. Misses Mamie, Stella and Idsa . pure undiluted, unsweetened "I don't want to take your J. B. Lazenby, of Denmark, Baker were the guests of Miss. lemon juice. money," protested the Hen. was through here last week, en- Eila Baker last Sunday. e:. 11 For a cough or cold, mix equal "Oh, as to that, you are quite gaged in the picture business. as? Mike Grider, of color, died lasis parts of lemon juice and straind welcome." Bro. Bryan filled his regular Thursday night. "Largest in 'Dixie" honey, and take a tablespoonful "Well, here's an X that I pick appointment here last Sunday. every hour. the Ace." Zion Mr. Ivan Carter and family 1 ror a sick neaaacne, mix one The Hawk smiled as he thought have sold their farm to Mr. Clyde Incorporated part iemon juice and two parts' how easy it was to throw snuff Jones, and took their departure We are having rather cooll boiling water and sip a teacupful in a hen's eyes, but lo! Biddy for Kokomo, Ind , to make their weather at present. as hot as possible every two picked up the card she had named future home. Mr. Jones will Profs. R. 0. Cabbell and Elvai and raked in the sugar. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, hours. take possession at once. For Malaria, mix the juice of "I'll be hanged if I am not W. H. Wheat and son were at Jones, of this place, sang al Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog half a lemon with two completely discouraged trying to Eunice last Wednesday, on bus Jone's Chapel, Cumberland county, last Sunday. of water and a little make an honest living!" cried iness.. Quite a number of oui youngr sugar'and drink three times a the Hawk, as he flung down the day. cards in disgust; and he thereReal enjoyment consists not in people spent a very pleasant dajv For a felon, cut off the end of upon not only turned Robber, but the abundance a man has, but in at Griffin Springs last Sunday. a lemon, stick the finger into the ate the hen to boot. Miss Mabel Murrell, of Cray-cr-aft, his capacity to enjoy. This is a hole and pind it in. Let it stay Moral Never discourage in- mental condition. You can have visited relatives here lasts for a day or two, when it will be dustry and integrity by taking it. Let others provide material Saturday and Sunday. ready to lance. Monte beauty. money from a Three-Car- d You enjoy it. Let We are not surprised, but very-sorrFor the complexion, mix equal Man or a Faro bank. wholesome creative mind proto learn of the death off: parts of rose watei and clycerine duce your riches. Many a son Mrs. Victoria Garnett, who lived?" for Stealing Wife. Slain and dip a cut lemon into this and wn wealth feels poor and near Ozark. She wa3 a of rub the face with it. After it lady in this community-an- d miserable because his craven dries rub with cold cream. highly respected by all. She In a duel at dawn on the desert soul crouches in the poverty of For the hair add the juice of near Black Rock. Utah, Samuel starved thought. Fear and was the mother of Mr. William a lemon to the last rinsing water Geslin, who was eloping in a doubt like blasting winds mildew Garnett, of this place. We should of a shampoo. sheep wagon with Mafc. Edward and shrivel his pulseless ambition strive to live by her noble exChristopherson, was killed by until in the midst of abundance ample. Quaker Quibs. Mr. L. B. Gadberryr one of the woman's husband, while her he i3 poor. What if you could buy New York and put a mort our merchants, is now recoverWisdom always knows when father looked on to see fair play, to quit. Geslin's big revolver was clutch- gage on Chicago? Would all the ing from an attack of mumps. We are glad to note that sevMost of us get what" we de- ed in his hand when he died. wealth of Gopher or the treasof Indus add riches to the eral of our young people who serve, but only the successful wi-1- Fearing death, Mrs. Christo" ures pherson fled across the sandy starved soul? It might add pow have been attending school admit it. er but riches never. True us again. Some until the? Tact is the art of making oth- waste but was brought back by riches are within you. Wealth schools open and some for the er people think they know more her father and taken to his home. The eloping couple met three and power are yours for the mere summer. than you do. ago at a dance, and Gel- - using. Wake up and listen to Mr. Charlie Young, wife and! The average man feels that he weeks the bird's song. He owns not a children, of Gadberry, visited could bear our burdens much bet- sing became enamored oi tne single inch of earth, but the woman and persuaded her to parents, Mr. and Mrs. ter than his own. elope with him. They fled in a whole realm is his to enjoy. John Young, one day last week. It sometimes seems as though wagon and were pursued by the Listen while he tells it. The Mr3. Lizzie Murrell has been the must have given father and husband of the wo- thrill of his throbbing throat on the sick list for the past week.. up his job in disgust. man, who caught up to the sends forth paeans of joy. Rise Our Sunday School is progressSome fellows divide their time wagon late at night. Early in the up, young man, and be like him. between being roasted and be- morning Gelsing was called out You may not be able to sing, but ing nicely under the manageing kept in hot waten. Phila- and he and Christopherson fired your life can be a blessing as its ment of Mr. Rollin Willis. Everybody come out and I am sure you delphia Record. at each other until Gelsing drop- riches tell of the fullness of the Business Phone 13 A Residence Phone 13 B r- A Splendid soul within. You can carry joy. will benefit thereby. ped. Somewhat Tired. Misses Mattye Young andtElva and inspiration if you will- - Have N. MLRRELL PDR. Clubbing Bargain commencedone with little things. Be rich. Murrell attended Sano. l, We Offer "Twan't all account o' dat ment exercises of the L. W 1L. Uncle Ben. DENTIST Salina,'' explaining Mose, S., week before last. Mr. James Vaughan, DemOffice, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g Cole Camp. talking with difficulty through ocratic candidate for Jailer was up stairs. No Tears With Insanity! the bandages that swathed his petitioning the voters in this secAnd The people of this community Columbia, - Kentucky face. tion last week. are about through planting corn. "I goes out walking wid her One of the most curious facts R M. Roberts is. on the sick and along comes dat Sam JackMrs. Ethel HolJaday and connected with madness in the-uttlist. son, what she's been keeping absence of tears amid daughter, of Texas, are visiting Q. P. SMYTHE Willie Tarter made a business Weekly company with. Widout saying a Whatever the form of the former's parents, Mr. and trip to Campbellsville last Monfor word dat man comes over and madness, tears are conspicuous Mrs. Tom Cheatham. day. The recent rains have done Both One busts me in de mouf. No sooner FIRE INSURANCE Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Parish, of by their absence, as much in the Year considerable good to growing ! did I git up dan, bam! He lands and Amandaville, spent last Sunday depression of meloncholy, or ex For Only crops. on my lef ' year and over I goes citement of mania, as in the utwith Mr. Parish's parents. REAL ESTATE SiilierfH,n may Most all farmers are through agin. ter apathy of dementii. or Mrs. James Cole visited Mrs. "After that he hit me iri this planting corn and some plowing If a patient in a lunatic asyBettie Cole last week. What The Weekly Enquirer is year and then in the other one; over in this section. lum be discovered in tears, Thursday, Subscription pric Sunday School was organized It is Issued every The prospects are now favorand stomped on me while I was bejfound that it is one beginSI per year, and it U one of the best home metU. H- at Providence last Sunday. Ev- ning to recover, or an emotional! has all the It ropolitan weeklies of down. When I got up and be- able for an abundant peach crop of the crer.t DAILY ENQUIREU for obtain-in- s erybody is invited to attend. Veterinary- Surgeon the World's ercnts, and for that reason can gan to run he followed, kicking here. autbreak in an epileptic who 5s great give you all the leadinc news. It carries a and Dentibt Miss Ruth Thomas spent last scarcely truly insane, while actMr. Dee Tarter, who has been me every yuther step. amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials market reports. Its nuMary Fletcher reliable experience. Special attention and ears every ual insane persons appear to have "I never got so tired of a cul-lu- d attending school at Columbia, Sunday with Miss merous departments make it a necessity to Surgical and Dental work. given to home, farm or business man. Mr. and Mrs. Dillon and son, lost the power of weeeping; it is; returned home a few days ago. man in all my life'!" residence near Graded School Tnls grand' offer is limited and we advise you to Office at o Burnside- - visited Q- - only returning reason which cana building. taKe advantage by subscribing for the above com Mr. CassiusBrockmai bought right now. Call or mail orders to. bkiation PHOE NO. 7. N. i M Dillon last week. once more unloose the fountain For Sale ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. one young mare of Asa Shep f f tesir tears. MissWillia Wood spent one herd, price unkno'wn. f" House and lot in front of Lindsey-Wilsoday last week with Mi3s Ruth Peafowls Wanted, Campus. An excellent opporThe Sundas School at White's Thomas. WELL DRILLER tunity for a family with children to School house is progressing put in school, address, - u .in 'j: 3 3SZQ. S: jl d - b 1 E (OSSS-Mr. Charles Noris and family Rev. Wolford as Super-- ' Prof. P. D. Neilson, !TF"! and will drill wells in Adair g I W. T. Hodgen. Columbia, Ky. who have had the mumps for intendent. SI counties. See me ben adjoining IMhltfvlillMVI 24t-- f Campbellsville, Ky. past week are improving great distrefa-- i the .'lijjsstion caused ma Ira Carter sold one yearling two years. I triec many thiDgs 'jt t fore contracting. Latest .... Imt Kotliitlo help, tinai lasnicuna slowly. .. m ifco best pills or meaiciao j. ever.wica machinery of all kin$s. colt to Willie Taiter, last week, Several from this place attendDaily for $50. Pump Repairing Done. Give ed the sale at Amandaville last W. H. and Tom Wheat made a Call. me a Friday. Mr. Shannon sold out business trip to Columbia last C.E. Hatfield. Gny ss, W. Ya. I and went to Virginia. 25 CESTSLgEB BOTTLE AT ALL DRI'GGISTS. YATES C. Courier-Journ- al Monday. Birdseve view of our Plant The Valuable lemon. The Hawk and the Hen Fish-Haw- to "siL t.- sii . rf . i '.- W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. TTl 1 1 WHOLESALE table-spoonfu- ls Special Ail Notice Pesrons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books so-calle- d well-kno- Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The lovernment 1 are?-wit- Will Net carry Papers in the Mot! or Parties who Owe More than one Year the-forme- r's fool-kill- er We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week J. yal-lerga- The Adair County The Cincinnati er the-insane- . Enquirer 9Is t ) i i r'.n-tra- itr-wi- ll to-da-y. facXi-tie- s JONES - I 1 J. n ai.50 to $2.00 each nice-ly-wi- th i- Ci gf-KS.S- L . m uuiuii H' . far im-yrov- ed The Adair County News and DR. KING'S New Life Pills j. 4- "THE ADAIR COUKU MlWS 4HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS- - Published Every;Wednesday BY Jew and Gentile alike hold in high.venerationljthe broad freedom permitted by our constituThose who seek to arouse their fellows and array one against the other; who want the fire of passion i n full blaze tion. THE' - Adair County News Company. ( Incorporated.) THAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. in--C- Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and ad jacent counties. 8t against those ot different conviction are too often the victim of misgaidedsconception. In,to-day'- W LOOK HERE It your Mower or Binder needs repairs, give us thev;T number of the piece and make of Machine, so that we can have it shipped with our Repairs and save you express or postage. Also see our Binders, Mowers and Rakes before j'ou ' buy. We handle the DEERING LINE. ' s Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. issue of the News Post-offi- ce as sec-fi- d NEB. JUNE 4, 1913. Extremism has wrought havoc in ail ages and in all causes and while many are inclined to think its devastating force a thing of the distant past, yet its blighting power is swepting on y as it has not been felt for the last quarter of a century. In the political world he who espouses a cause appealing to to-dasen-timent.a- Mr. Lilburn Phelps, of Jamestown, announces his candidacy to represent Russell and Casey counties in the next Legislature of Kentucky. His candidacy is subject to the action of the m IP nd passion builds up his contention on the flimsy and dangerous foundation of extremism and we see its bad results shaping the actions of the great body of people. Under the leadership of Mrs. Parkhurst and a few other women England is paying tribute, in treasury and disruption of society, to that small band of extremist that may yet lead to very serious ends. In this country more moderate methods are being used to obtain the same results sought by the English suffragists, and unless the cranky extremists takes the lead its adjustment will doubtless be founded on the best judgment of the people and no harm come to society. In the religious life of this country the ear marks of the extremist are beginning to appear. There are a few publications that are doing all that can be done to arouse the Protestants against Catholics and the devotees of that he would, if elected, endeavsuch publications are appearing or to repay them by assisting in Crops are looking real well in in various partsof the country. the enactment of laws that whooping cough in this commuthis vicinity. Tom Watson, editor of The would redown to the benefit of nity. Little Alma Kelley has been brilliant and enter- the entire district. Dimple, the little daughter of quite sick for several days. taining in his writings, devotes Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Curry, has In this day of development Mr. and Mrs. I. G Vaughan, much time to arotfsing prejuIN been very sick for several days, dice against Catholics and yet, and expanding commerce, it of Campbellsville, are visising Mrs. Sallie England, of Nell, the dire calamity he predicts seems strange that such a fertile their parents at this place. For Sale comes largely from his own im- and resourceful section as South Miss Pink Callison visited in visited relatives at this place, aginations. This same Mr. Wat-so- Central Kentucky, embracing Campbellsville several days last last week. extreme against Catholicism, eight counties should be without week. Zed Akin and family vistted at, Jn Campbellsville a railroad, but so it is and so it has been and is now extreme in Gradyville, Saturday and Sun-Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cundiff, See N. W. MILLER'S RealBEstate Agency every position he takes. Hp. op- may be for many years yet un- who have been making their day. Campbellsville, Ky., poses foreign missions with all less the enterprising citizens home here for several months, Rev. I. M. Grimsley's third Before buying. his power; he sees no good in any within the isolated territory left for Indiana last Tuesday. term in music closed Saturday public official. He is a critic, not unite in effort and means Mr. Jim Vaughan visited in night. He certainly taught a a reformer, anti he and his kind and work to this particular pur- Campbellsville one day last week. good school, and we highly rec-- ' wherever found whether in po- pose. Talk of a railroad to CoMr. and Mrs. W. L. Wilson en- ommend him as a fine teacher litical or religious life, public or lumbia has often been indulged tertained v quite a number of and a gentleman in every re"t Many a precious pair of eyes hae civil, create more trouble and in, but every effort to build has spect, and gladly welcome him-anyoung people last Wednesday been mined with about thirty cents wort.u produce less genuine good than passed like a phantom, and this time to teach us another of window glass, advertised evening in honor of Mrs .Wilas $5.0C any other class of citizens claim- county is the same distance from singing school. sister, Miss Callie Feese. value for only $ .00. Something that son's ing to have the good of the coun- railroads as it was thirty years can be had for nothing is worth nothing Last Wednesday the 2$th, was J. T. Rose and wife visited at try at heart. The people of this ago. Within the eight counties In dealing with us you get your money"? ?i IBPTKk country should allow their judg- much mineral and timber wealth Mrs. M. T. Bumgarner's birth- Nell Friday night. sixty-si- x years of worth. We render the best of service ment to lead and not be swayed exist, and in addition to this day, she being A large crowd attended the by passion or prejudice. We take their agricultural products are age. About the noon hour her singing at Antioch Sunday. The by which you obtain all the benefits possible to be derived from glasses. IT IS no stock in persecution; do not far from an inviting market. In children ani several friends class certainly rendered fine mu- THE EXAMINATION. Nb matter how well glasses arc made and tilted, believe the best results come the face of bad roads, remote gathered in and surprised her sic. The song by Misses Mary the best results do not ensue unless it has first been intelligently determined what from following extremists in any from boat or train, we are not with a magnificent dinner. The Corbin, Orine Akin and Master the eyes actually need. We make a specialty of eye examination for rhe need ot glasses and maice them to order according to prescription. Consult us about yDur line. This is a country in which worrying over what is or may be day was 3uit;e n enjoyable one. Sam Baker was fine. eves. We will remain one more week at Page & Taylor's Drug Store. we alt have the privilege of wor- in store for this section. Died on the 16th of May, Mrs. Drs. E. I. Alper and A. H. Jacobstein, shiping as our conscience dicHyla Preston, wife of Mr. J. H. Death stalked in the midst of tates and no crank or set of Optical Specialists of the Preston. She had been afflicted the cheery throng of old Confedcranks have yet seriously dis Louisville Optical Co. 18 years, but her afflictions were erates just as the closed turbed. Tom Watson and other! borne with gentle patience! 7 Preston and the children have publicists who claim to be giving at Chattanooga last Thursday. inenus to mourn her loss. Mrs. i,i Robert Nolen fell down the steps Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE known only to those who walk general news and fighting for Preston's unspoken creed of use- the sympathy of the entire down a chick's throat cures with God. The summons found auditorium, breaking his neighborhood. few the advancement of our country at the fapes. A waterdrops In the cures and her ready and willing to move fulness could be well written in prevents cholera, diarrhoea. should look on the bright side of neck. B. F. Mooe, of Fuqua, words; "I shall go Miss Sophia Wheeler visited other chick tanabottle makesdiseases. One upward and onward with fuller these 12 gallons of conditions as well as the dark. Texas, was injured by a fall and through this life but once, and relatives at Toria last week. medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on "Dis knowledge and greater happidied in a few minutes. G. W. So eases oi fowls" sent FREE. we are able to deterMiss Nannie Rowe is spendevery good thing that I can do, Bourbon Remedy Co. Islington, ijr, ness. The deceased was a memMullinix, of Lindale, Ga., who ing a few days with, her sister, mine patriotism is not confined ber of the Methodist church. or any kindness that I can show Mrs. L. Akin. to any political party nor safe- entered a restaurant, suddenly iparRsville. She leaves a husband and three let me do it now let me not deguarded by any one religious dropped dead. Why not expand the antl-noschildren, three sisters and two fer it or neglect it', for I shall not crusade so as to include body. Protestants and Catholics n char- Lee Meece, a There are several cases of brothers besides a large circle of pass this way but once." Mr. the checkerboard suit? Jef-sersonian, the expressed at the August primary. Mr. Phelps' fitness for the honor is so well known that what we may say-wouldbe a repetition of expressions heard every day in the two counties composing the district He is a lawyer of recognized ability, and a gentleman of character and standing, a man who would not be embarrassed in a Legislative Hall, one who would do his duty be watchful of the people's interest, and at all times acter of Pulaski county, shot and would be at his post of duty. killed his wife last Friday. They We believe that good lawyers were separated. Meece had to make the most satisfactory repbe hurried to Danville jail as resentatives from the fact that there were evidences of a mobi they know the laws now containforming. The woman was shot ed in the statutes, and if bills down without warning. The should be introduced conflicting murderer gave as his excuse for ' with existing laws, the error the terrible crime, whisky and would at once be discovered and bad women. time saved. A gentleman of education, of good moral standThe amentment to the consti- ing, well versed in the needs of tution has been signed by Secre- -' the people, we believe Mr. Phelps tary of State, William J. Bryan, would make an ideal represent- and hereafter United States Sen- ative. He has every assurance ators will be elected by the pop- of his nomination and election, ular vote of the people. but he is anxoius for every friend Japan seems to be taking the to be at the polls and vote for him in the primary, assuring California dope with some degree them that their confidence would J of moderation. be appreciated, and he promises Cane Valley. AWP' ' The Jeffries Hardware Co. 3B?ff??si:;; USrraisr IZKMA. i icSaVgi 'WWWW' m SMS &fai iii &SW eas? ttlp ! n ' "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence Gives You 1 L i j hat s what you are after, anyway. You don't care much ho-- wo make our fence,r,o long as it gives you best and longest service ior rhc-- Is t cost, and actually r ips you to r.jate nrorc money. - he only reason :'vo t: led to tell yea how we make cur fnc-- is to snow why v toward BIGGER FARM PROFITS a GREAT BIG BOOST ether process. It's up to us to make the most serviceable fence for YOU and we are doing it. If you ever ccne to Pittsburgh - 1 . 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Taylor and Adjoining' Counties Also Nice Resident Property a, "' Don't Miss This Opportunity, 1 W j ,,2J3SlH re-uni- on i ONE BOP . 7T fars se well-know- 4 wi- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Mikes Horns Baking Easy tie voters of said party ftfie primary. ' '. We are ' . AugOsfh . TOR BEPRESENTATIVE. We are.authorized to announce PHELPS candidate to represent Kussel) and Casey counties in the next Legislature, subject to the action of the Republican voters, expressed at the August primary. . LIL-BUKN Mr. Robt. Autle, of Russell county, F , - authorized to announce Oliver Willis a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democrats of this county in the August primary. ' " 7. v.--f:-- Republican candidate for the State Senate in this the 16th district, was in Columbia a day or two of last week. J Mr. George Hancock. Miss Sallie Damron, Master Henry nancock and Nell Hancock visited Prof, and Mrs. W. M. Wilson, Monticello, last week.' IIP zvxiih a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Progressive party in the August primary. Z. GCXNOVER Mr.-Henr- We are authorized to announce JO Personals. y , I Ingram was quiteisick a THEATRE, EUROPEAN Mr. Lilburn Phelps left for JamesWe are authorized to announce few days of last week. SHOPPING AND JAMES W. VAUGHAN a candidate town Friday and will not return until PLAN ONLY Mr. J. W. Young has been on the after the close of the Hussell circuit for Jailer of Adair county subject to OFFICE DISTRICT the action of the Democratic party sick list for a few days. court which will begin the third Monin the August primary. Mrs. Mary J. McLean who has day in this month. Mr. W. W. Yates accompanied Mr. We are authorized to. announce W. been quite sick, is better. W. R. Lyon on his last week's trip, H. WILSON a candidate for Jailer of Mr. W. P. Nunally made his regular traveling in an automobile. Mr. Adair county, subject to the action of trip to Columbia last week. Louisville's Most Modern Hotel Yates is seventy-seve- n years old, but Democratic party. the Mr. Jo llosenrield is spending a few he very much enjoyed a the travel. TAe baking powder We days with his family at home. Here in the newest and most beoutiful Hotel in Louisville, Mr. II. T. Baker, who has been visare authorized you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a made from Royal Crape R. S. ENGLISH, of the to aunounec J. V. White has been quite sick for iting in Knoxville for several weeks, Milltown prenew standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other Cream of Tartar cinct, a candidate for Jailer of Adair the past week or ten days. first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are returned home last Thursday night, exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent county, subject to the action of the HO ALUMD LIME PHOSPHATE Capt. Geo Nell has so far recovered accompanied by his sister, Mrs W. D. Democratic voters of said county, exRestaurant service Jones, who will visit here for about pressed at the August primary. as to be able to ride down in town. The Cafe is in charce of Ksperts and thr Elegantly Fnrnished Rooms with hot and two months. Our cuisine CI ftfk prices areand serving- - is unexcelled.service, cold runninc water and private ANNOUNCEMENTS . u Mrs. T F. Collins, who lias been .'. . . V most moderate. European toilet, per day 2H but choice of club breakfast, each Misses Ollie Crockett and Alva sick for several days, is slowlj improvCOUNTY SUPERINTENDENT person "u 1 CA Elegantly Furnished Rooms with 1,,;" Table dliote luncheon from 12:00 to CQ, Knight arrived Irom Jamestown last ing. Private Bath, perday For County Judge. Tuesday afternoon and left Wednes$2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 We are authorized to announce ELI Mr. J. A. Jones of Glenville, who fJO STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate taught in Georgia, retured home Fri- day morning for Nashville, Miss 8:00 p.m.. per person Q7 Cfl Large Sample Rooms with We are authorized to announce W. for the Democratic nomination foi Knight to visit at Miss Crockett's " p. ra. to 1:00 a. m. . Rathikeller optn froa Private Bath, per day T. McFARLAND a candidate for County School Superintendent sub day. home for several weeks. by the Finest Orchestra in the City Music County Judge of Adair county, subjec ject to the oction of the August pri Mr. Ernest Harris made a trip to mary. Mr. L. O. Phelps, Jamestown, passReservations should be made whenever possible. to the action of the Progressive He Campbellsville and Greensburg last ed through Columbia one day last ROBT. B. JONES. Manager. GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Mcr. & publican party. announce week. We are authorized to week, enroute for Frankfort. Mr. Hotmj Pattxs, Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotei.A3SI.st (openMayl2,1913), PROF. TOBIAS IIUFFAKER a canMr. Owsley Durham was here from Phelps is a candidate for SuperinAtlanta, Ga., tinder same management and ownership. for Superintendent of Public We are authorized to announce didate OTTLEY is a candi- Schools of Adair county, at the No- Campbellville a day or two of last tendent of Russell county. His object that TANNER in going to Frankfort was to be examweek. date for Judge of the Adair County vember election. Court, subject to the expression of We are authorized to announce the Mr. Ray Flowers made a trip to ined. Democrats at the August primary, candidacy of J. V.DUDLEY for CounMrs. Elizabeth Wolford, the widow 1913. ty School Superintendent, subject to Cumberland a n d Metcalfe counties of Gen. Frank Wolford, who has been of the Democratic voters last week. the action We are authorized to announce Dr. at the August primarv. Mr. W. R. Todd, who is a medical visiting her daughter, Mrs. John N. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a Park, reached Costudent, is at home from Louisville Stone, at Highlandago candidate for Judge of the . A d ai r 236 W. Jefferson, St. days and will spend lumbia a few FOR SENATOR. for the summer. Countv Court, subject to the Demo Louisville, Ky, the summer with her daughter. Mrs. cratic voters who' will express their Miss Mamie Depp arrived from S. D. Barbee. choice at the August primary. We are authorized to announce L. Glasgow Friday. She is very kindly AH Things Electrical Prof. P. T. Neilson left for Spring-lielT. NEAT, of Adair county, is a can- - remembered here. We are authorized to announce J. didate to represent the Kith Senatori-W- . Tenn.. last Monday morning Dr. Lewis Ryan, of Louisville, a depWrite for TUPMAN a candidate for Judge of al district in the next Senate of Ken-Ada- ir he will teach the coming year. county court, subject to the tucky, subject to the action of the uty United States Marshal, was here where Prof. Neilson's excellent qualities Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet will of the Democratic voters of Adair Republican party, as expressed at the a few days of last week. is comAugust primary. The district have been mentioned frequently in county, at the August primary. posed of the counties of Adair, Cum- - j Mr. Dan Clark will leave Telegraph Inst. for this paper for the last several weeks. berland. Clinton. Rnssell and Wayne. Lynchburir. Tenn , where he will Mrs. Neilson and her little daughter ii Telephone FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY will leave Thursday and in Mrs. Neil-sonspend a week with his mother. We are authorized to announce E. departure Columbia loses a most a Medical Batterv Mr.lB. II. Gilpin, Campbellsville. i M. COX, of Albany, a candidate lor We are authorized to announce Senator in this the Kith Senatorial called to see the Columbia Grocery excellent lady. " GORDON MONTGOMERY a candi district subject to the action of the Electric Light Mr. Bryan English and Miss Dora men ., dav or two of ast week. for County Attorney., subject to Ppnilhlir,n r date in th August pri- " Eubank: Dr. 01 Miller and Miss Mary tha action of the Democratic voters mary. Linemen Tools and Line Material Mr. Rex ITolladay of this place, left j Breeding: Mr. Walter Cook and Miss of Adair, expressed at the August: ' this morning for an extended visit Loretto Dunbar: Mr. Ernest Harris primary. FOR ASSESSOR. to relatives in Kansas and Okla. and Miss Creel Nell: Mr. Doc Walker Cocks 4' We are authorized to announce li.A We authorized to announce It. L. Mr. Geo E. Wilson, wife, and little and Miss Mary Myers: Mr. FA Diddle 7 Tnr1fo CAMPBELL a candidate for County WAGGENER a candidate for the son, Davis, are spending this week and Miss Grace Couover; Messrs Edgar J c Attorney of Adair, subject to the ac ' Democratic nomination for Assessor 7 Geese .. Reed. Leon Lewis, Nat Walker and tion of the Democratic voters at the of Adair county subject to tne action visiting relatives in Louisville. , o rk Our jersey Buii. Pure Bred, v9l JLUCttS of the August primary. Si August primary. Mgses mms Tup perhaps others drove over to Griffin Sunday afternoon. Wool spring clipping IS serve at $ .00 at he gale. H ,. . . man, who have been teaching in Springs last , ' I(f Hides (green) :s good uzd comes from a FOR SHERIFFV JAKE CHELF a candidate forssess- - Georgia, returned home last week, 45 ip Feathers or of Adair county, subject to thjLac Miss Sailie Williams, who lias been great family noted for Dairy pro.r olc auLuu.cj w """"""'-- 0 tion of the Democratic voters o Ginzener 5 50 U . teaching at West Point, Miss., return- JOHA M. WOLFORD a candidate for county, expressed at the Augus duct. ed heme last Friday afternoon. 28 ? 3eeswax Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the mary Garrison Bros. 2 50 Yellow Root action of the Progressive Republican Mr. E. F. Roe. whojaives in the For Sale. announce G. Dartv. expressed at the Atnrust, nrima - t We are authorized to 'er Coiumbi3. A BRADSHAW a candidate for As - daiigefflESD. ' reported some TT ry. is sessor, subject to the action of the Three nice cottages,; two with six AuOflymOUS Letters, Democratic voters of Adair county, ter We are authorized to announce S. H expressed at the August primary. Misses Mary Lucy Lowe, Mary Trip- - rooms each, one with three rooms, MITCHELL a candidate for sherirl',1 ' lett and Mr. Paul Hughes will return good water and out buildings, lots ad- of Adair county, subject to the action . We are authorized to announce. I. D. pays taxes, in- Now, I just want tO' say to of the Democratic voters of said EUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, a irom uaiiYiue uie JiiULei purb in lihis join. The rental value sumnce and interest on 84,000. county, expressed at the August priweek. h rfte slander0US) those candidate for Assessor, subject to the mary. 1313. Address H. N. Beauchamp, Mr. S. A. Antle, Russell Springs, Democratic voters at the August priCampbellsville, Ky. j anonymous letters, let it be man Box 222. was here Monday, en route to St. Advmary. We are authorized to announce A. A or woman, that they are far d of Louis where he will buy a MILLER a candidate for Sheriff ol Hair Cut, any Style 15c. Shacapotf We are authorized to announce buggies. worse than che serpent that be- -, To Tirttber Men. Adair county, subject to the DemoShavs-lOr- . 15c. Massage loc ' cratic primary to be held in August. ERNEST CUNDIFF a candidate for guiled Eve. Their breath pol- Bath l.r.c. Miss Mallie Moss left. Monday mornAssessor of Adair county, subject to When you Patronize Us. Your Sliced ing for Edmonton where she will respiration, their of the Progressive Republi- I am representing E. R. Spotswood lutes each We are authorized to announce the action Sinned FREE. These prices expressed at the August spend a few weeks with Miss Mae & Son, Lexington, Ky. I want to buy tongue is charged with the same BURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier, aicar) Part'' do not include Saturdays. Hughes. , . candidate for the Democratic nomina--, primary. boundaries of timber iri Adair and ad ft s r t n n Iu vrm r r .i rt paiu, aui tion for Sheriff of Adair County, sub- Satisfaction Guaranteed. Gits uuii. cucjr acaii.ii Miss Eva Lay. who has been visi- joining counties. Address, ject to the August primary. Us a Call C. m. Herriford, victims, 'their path is marked SURVEYOR. ting her grandmother, in' Casey county , Columbia, Ky. for seven weeks, returned iiome kh th fi,th d ff FOR COUNTY CLERK. 27-- tl Columbia, K Russell Bldg. AU. I hereby aunouuce myself a candihood, which pollutes their very date for Surveyor of Adair county, at Mrs. U L. Taylor, who was recovWe are authorized t o announce the August pri mary subject to the acMARKETS soul. Their soul is too deeply ering from a spell of sickness, had a LOUISVILLE WALKER BRYANT a candidate for tion of the Republican party. E G. IIakdwick. chill last Wednesday and has not been County Court Clerk, subject to thej stained for hell. A writer once W. v action of the Democratic voters of so well since. said; "So deep do such characRussell Countv Announcements. Adair count, expressed at the August j on Live StocK Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brockman, Latest Quotations primary. Rttoiaey-At-Lia- u ters sink in the mirky waters of Amandaville, and Miss May Upton, of For jailer. degredation and infamy, that Will practice iri all ths Glenville. were shopping in Columbia Ve are authorized to announce L. HOGS a few days ago. Y. GABBERT a candidate for County Co-ur- t 8.75 could an angel apply an ArchChoice 210 up Court Clerk of Adair County, subject We are authorized to announce Rev. J. S Chandler and Prof. Ji. R. Mediums, 165 to 210. . . , . . 7.65 imedean moral lever to him with to the action of the Progressive ReColumbia, Ky. SAM HART a candidate for Jailer of Moss are attending the District publicans of said county. 6.50 , jcrigs heaven for a fulcrum, he could Russell county, subject to the action d at Elkhorn. Rev. J. F. 7.00 Roughs of the voters of the Republican party is presiding. not in a thousand years raise of your life, and you will have Jailer. GRAIN. expressed at. the primary August 2nd, sin to endure Mr. J. F. Patteson strained his Wheat '.,.... 105 him to the grade of a convict the penalities of writing is in 1913. Monday while removing a tree back To the Democrats of Adair County, SO felon." Not unfrequently a two worlds Your r., which fell upon his dwelling during Corn I hereby announce my candidacy for gate into the labyrinth CATTLE Jailer of Adair County subject to the mortal wound is mflic:ed on some of hell, and when once in you Sunday night's stcrm. Assessor. action of Democrats in the August! Shipping steer $7.008.5U and meritorious person may find it difficult to get out. .Miss Lula Royse, who was in school primary. If nominated, I will use all Beef steers 5.506.50 innocent honorable means in my power to adat Bowling Green, was taken quite Fat heiTers and cows 4256.00 by some one unknown. Now, if Your state of mind can be satisvance the interest of my associates o announce sick last week and had to be conveyed Cutters We are authorized t 3.004.00 you have any grudge or- malice, fied only with forbidden pleasand if elected will discharge the 2.003.00 Canners duties of the office impartially, I ask LEVI FOLEY, of Webb's precinct, home. She is yet quite ill. your support. 3.254.00 don't hang them in anonymous ures, and such take you out of Rus?ell coumty, a candidate for W. Flowers, Mr. N. M. Tuttand Bulls J. Yours truly-S- . G. Denny. 4.255.75 letters; be a human and not a rational enjoyment and plunges of said county, subject to the Mr. John Lee Walker made a business Feeders 3.755.50 you into vice. You nave no raaction of the Republican party, ex- trip to Jamestown last .week in Mr. Stockers snake; come out in the light, tional ground to expect you can We are authorized to announce J. Z. pressed at the August prirnay. i 35.00-45.Choice milch cows Hugh Richardson's auto. PICKETT a candidate, for ' Jailer of Common to fair cows ... 15:00-35.don't stab in the dark. Such an escape the terrible consequences. MissEffle Pelley and Miss Rose Gri-de- r, Adair county, subject to the action of SHEEP AND LAMBS one cowers in the darkness and You are already debased, a the former from Dunnville, the For County Attorney. the voters of the Progressive Republi5.00 6.00 Russell Springs, werejn Best lambs lattecfrom powers of the heart. iriendless vagabond. Your can party, expressed at the August Culls 3.005.00 blots out the does not damage the one Columbia a few days ago. primary. 3.00-4.You paralyze your sensibility, you intended, but it creates Fatsheep I desire, through the News, to anMr. Tim B. Cravens will leave for We are authorized to announce LU- nounce, myself a candidate for the Local Market. and sever the sacred ties that suspicion that some one net guily "where he will Elizabethtown THER- BELL a candidate for Jailer, nomination, for the office of County may De judged. long-i- t bind heart to heart. If, in your ty may rest on some Before your subject to the action of the Democrat- Attorney for Russell County, subject' meet Mrs. Cravens, and in a few days one of ic voters of Adair county at the August t o the action o f the Republican the two will return home. r poTrer you would transform men family or Christian neighbors. primary. voters of said county, at the coming 15 jMrs. Mary J. Blakeman left a lew Eggs into monkeys, innocence you "Now, I have not received any' August primary. they have ago for Cleveland, Ohio, to be days 12 would tranform into devils. Hens...., I such letters, butthe mails. been1 We are authorized to announce C. J. H. Stone, passed through Mrs. W. K. Azbill,, with her sister, G. JEFFRIES a Dmocraticjcandidate 18 think you forfeit the happiness Chickens W. S. Salle, who is not expected to live. county, subject to for Jailer of Adrir Mr. Elmer Wheat, of Jamestown, who has been in the revenue service in the 5th district for six months, reached Columbia last Saturday, en route home. IN THE HEART OF THE ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF vuro AKlK5 POWDER Hotel Heafry Wattersortl Absolutely Pure ony - V-J- Si"si 0 4.-0- m Herman C. Tafel I d. I J - 's ! I ' 'tv j Jersey Bull 1 3-- Additional Locals. .. i , , uflivan Barber Shop - i car-loa- t i ! i fr - " j" - I ' . i ; Tanner Ottlev . I j ' .4Con-ference flo-g'ar- I .. the-wick- ! I - As-ess- or 00 00 in-uen- dos 00 . to-da- To-da- y. ITHE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS B i A Remedy No Family Should Do Without being- A Dinning Car Episode. "I had to raise a row back in the dinning car," said the bald-head- ed No matter how healthy a human may be it is safe to say that not many months are passed without some obstruction of the bowels, in other words, constipation,, even only temporary. The bloatinp, the ifdull feeling-mastart after the evening meal. If a laxative is not taken that night it is certain that sleep will not be and you will awaken unrefreshed. sound, Hence, it is important for you all the members of your family and for a eood, reliable laxative be alwaysthat kept in the house for just such emergency. sure be needed, and when it Is want to at hand. No family needed rou it that is areful of a remedy. its health can do withoutwhich But the question of such emedy to have on hand is also of vast importance. The laxative most highly recommended by the majority of intelligent Americans as being best for babies and jrownups is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep sin. It is a liquid laxative-tonimild, and never gripes, is effective on robust people and can be given with safety to an infant. Children like it because of these gentle qualities and because it is pleasant to the taste. It is the best remedy you can have in the house for any disorder of the stomach, liver anil hnrtrola many people like R. H. Morgan, Price, leim., aiiu juts, xi. j. uaviason. Wart-racTenn., say they would as soon be without the necessities as withnnf n.. c, all-arou- e, dollar a large bottle (family size) can nave a sample bottle sent to 'the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St. AlOntiCellO. 111. YnilP natno anH aAw, on a postal card will do. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Anyone wishing to make a of this remedy before buying it in trial regular the Wav of n rtrnpHst at flffw nan.. family, with the exception of the two brothers, who escaped, and Miss Ardelia, the informant, has The skin contains more than 2,000,000 openings, which are been arrested. the outlets of an equal number Best Laxative for the Aged. of sweat glands. Olc men and women feel the need of than young folks, The human skeleton consists a laxative more and harmless and but one it must bejsafe of more than 200 distinct bones. which will not cause pain. Dr. King's New Life An amount of blood equal to "the aged, Pills are especially good for for they act promptly and whole quantity in the body pass- easily. Price 23c. Recommended by Ad. es through the heart once every Paull Drug Co. minute. Barking at Mr. Bryan. The full capacity of the lungs is about 320 cubic inches. In rather a feeble effort to About of a pint of show its malignancy, Lhe New air is inhailed and exhaled at York Herald says that the best each breath in ordinary respira- thing that could happen to this tion. country would be for Mr. Bryan The stomach daily produces to continue his trip from Californine pounds of gastric juice for nia to Japan and take Covernor digestion of food; its capacity is Johnson with him. about five pints. This is about the best the New There are more than 500 sepa- York Herald can do to please rate muscles in the body, with the men for whom it speaks. an equal number of nerves and As Secretary of State, Mr. Bry- an is doing excellent work, and blood vessels. The weight of the heart is from the countryhas every confidence eight to twelve ounces. It beats in his ability and purposes. The of the New York Herald 100,000 times i n twenty-fou- r does not injure Mr. Bryan in any hours. Way and only shows that the party bosses and Wall street Makes the Nation Gasp. The awful list of injuries on a Fourth speculators, whom Mr. Bryan of July stsggers humanity. Set over against it. howaver, is the wonderful routed at Baltimore, are as bithealing, by Bucklen's A rnica Salve- of ter as they were the day they saw thousands, who suffered from burns, they could not "put Champ cuts, bruises, buliett wounds or exploWonders of the Body. two-thirds man as he entered the smoking car looking so upset that he was asked what was wrong. "It's a thing I hate to do, but these corporations should be made to understand that the traveling public has rights." "Wasn't the dinner all right?" he was asked. "Not by a long way! I asked the waiter to bring me some fat pork fried rare, and after keeping me waiting for ten minutes he returned to say that quail on toast was the best he could do. I wanted some coffee made from old grounds, with milk instead of cream, and brown sugar to sweeten it, and do you know they brought me the finest of Mocha and the whitest of sugar, and said I'd have to get along with eeecQs$S3 BJ(Xa)fi)BSlSXSt)l?flMy)jS WEEKLY GOURIER-JOURNAL 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 HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the jWEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY AND! THE -- ADAIR COUNTY IBOTHJONEJYEARJ NEWS For i 1.50 l, Special Fistulo, Attnetin to Eyes that or nothing." "That was hard lines." "And the eggs," continued the man as he grew hotter "I always prefer mine about ten days old, but they hadn't an old egg on hand, I've alway got along at table wfth my jackknife and fork and use at least two spoons. I said I didn't care about a tablecloth or a napkin, but they worked 'em in on me, and I had a row with 'em as to whether I should stand up or sit down to eat. They've evidently been having their own sweet way on this line for years past, and it astonished them not a little when I kicked. I'll raise another row with 'em in the morning, and perhaps they'll get it through heads that they don't run all North America.!" Where Wives are Slaves. Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE, ONBURKSVILLE STREET. Dailv iCourier-Journa- Yr Yr $6.00 $2.00 Joseph Q H. w Stone, Attoney-At-La- SuiKiaylCourier-Journa- l, Will pradlice m this and adjoining counties. : We can give you a combination cut rateon Daily or Sunday if you will write Jamstown, Kentucky this paper.SS!&!X)SXSXS - J Why ill-w- ill - sions its the quick healer of boils, Clark over." eczema, hore lips or pi'es 2oC ulcers, It je probable, at Paull Drug Co. Ad. flood of Tragedy. indeed that there is an added bitterness in tha feeling with which Mr. Bry- The eagerness of Miss Ardelia Hall, aged 16 years, living in the Cumberland mountains of Kentucky, to bring' about the reform of her brothers has caused the death of two men, the wounding of United States Deputy Mark Potter, of Pikeville, Ky., and the arrest and detention of nine members of her family, while the two brothers she sought to reform are fugitives from justice. The dead men are John Sloan and Marion Ramey, who were with Officer Potter as special deputies. According to the story told by the girl and confirmed by Deputy Potter, she went to Potter and told him that her brothers were not consult them. Accordingly moonshiners and that she was the New York Herald is instruc eager to stop them from their ted to "open up" on Mr. Bryan. careers of crime. She promised It will not do much harm. Evto guide Potter and deputies to ening Post. their still that it might be destroyed. The raid was made, Move on Now! says a policemanjto a street crowd, and the still destroyed and the men don't. "Move on heads if were leaving the scene when the whack says the itbig, harsh mineral now," Hall brothers and a negro opened pills to bowel congestion and suffering a murderous fire from conceal- follows. Dr. King's Xew Life Pills don't bulldoze thebowels. They gentment nearby. Potter fell wound- ly persuade them to right action, and ed. Sloan and Ramey were health follows, 25c at Paul! Drug Co. Ad. killed on the spot. Miss Hall was carried some For Sale. distance by her brothers, but escaped, mounted a horse and rode Three nice cottages, two with six rooms each, one with three rooms, to Elkhorn City to secure medi- good water and out buildings, lots adcal assistance for Potter and to join. The rental value pays taxes, insurance and interest on S4;000. tell of the tragedy. Prtter's life Address H. !N. Beaushamp, Campbellstille, Ky. Box 222, was waved. The entire Hall lAdv, 2G-t- f. an, Mr. Belmont, Boss Murphy and other New York politicians regard Mr. Bryan. They hatched Up a patty scheme to nominate Mr. Clark and transfer the Democratic party to the safekeeping of Tammany, and Bryan blocked their plans. Then they hoped, rather against hope, that Mr. Wilson would quarrel with Mr, Bryan, or would at least fail to invite Mr. Bryan to sit in the Cabinet. These expectations have been disappointed, nor is there anything to indicate that Mr. Wilson and Mr. Bryan will continue to work tegether in harmony. Moreover, Mr. Wilson is not consulting Mr. Bryan's enemies in New York and will More unattractive savages than the Abors it would be hard to find. say a write in Blackwood's. origin, they Of Tibeto-Burma- n speak a language which is allied to that of the Tibetans, while their arts, 3Uch as they are, probably come from Tibet. Their The diety religion is animistic. "Piang" is the god of war and the chase, and is believed to favor attacks on defenseless neighbors and the ruthless destruction of all games. In pursuance of a policy to propitiate him, men and wemen are killed or taken as slaves, big game is hunted, birds, squirrels, and fish are trapped. The elemental belief in man as the hunter,, and consequently the more fitted to be the protector, still holds good, so the women and slaves toil unceasingly at the corps) as hewers of wood and drawers of water, and my lord, bow in hand and with quiver on his shoulder, stalks off on the warpath, his arrows pois- oned with sconite orcroton ber- - Nature ScapbooK. sas City, the president, Dr. John T. M. Johnson, asked that each one present who had begun busA young girl who is devoted to iness with a capitol of $lk,000 the study of nature has made stand up. There were 25 men in herself a scrap book in which are the room, and their wealth would many beautiful specimens of aggregate about $20,000,000, but wild flowers and ferns. These not a man arose. are all classified, numbered and Then Dr. Johnson said, "Each entered in the index of the book. man who had $5,000 to begin, With each specimen is. a short business please stand." description of the plant and flowThe directors looked at each er with its botanical name. The other, but all kept their seats. book affords her and her friends Whoever had 1,000 when he a great deal of pleasure, besides started out for himseli, kindly helping the girl herself to learn rise." But still they remained about nature at first hand. seated. Any girl or boy can make By jumps of $100, Dr. Johnson themselves such a scrapbook and came down to $150, and then one a goodplan is to make a scrap gentleman stood up, saying that book for any subject in which he had exactly that amount when you are particularly interested, he started in business for hima historical scrapbook is an edself. The majority of the others ucation and a delight. Perhaps began without a dollar, and Dr. you are interested in WashingJohnson, whose wealth was well ton, Lincoln, Queer Elizabeth, over have a million, began withor any prominent character in shoes. out even a pair-ohistory, then keep the book for interesting notes regarding that LuRe McLuke Says. f Not Read Th Courier Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Editor. We Can furnish! You The Adair County News andQthe Weekly Courier-Journal person. j ' ry Their burial rites present points of interest similar to those of African savages. Over the grave of each defunct warrior is a grass shelter, where are hung his cane hemlet-- "dao," bowand arrows, the horns of the tame bison which furnished the funerhave discovered al feast, w,ith a basket contain- ' The circuses ing food to propitiate the deity. some remarkable freaks, but they have never found a man who could outtalk his wife. Beginning With Littie. If the heart says yes and the no, give me a ticket on The boy who imagines he mus--t head says have capital with which to start the heart. , When a man has a good wife The educational value of such Both One Year and a good razor he never gets a book is by no means slight, tired bragging about the razor. since to know one subject well, For $1.50 The reason some marriages"are one must needs learn much of unhappy is that a girl never many others. You will be surstops to think that some day her prised when you begin to gather We can also give libera a liver pad and material upon one topic, to see hero will wear combination rate with Daily how much there is printed about have hair in his ears. You that subject. Do not choose too or Sunday Courier Journal. Don't get Comknow how hard it is for other wide a subject, keep the limit Write Courier-Journpeople to fool you, don't you? within your scope, and choose pany, Louisville, Ky., fo? Well always remember that it is short articles with illustrations if free sample copy of edition just as hard for you to fool oth- possible. Visualize the story whenever you can, it is easier to you desire, but be sure to er people. your subscription order Many a man marries a girl who learn trom a picture than from send o this paper NOT to the is wearing an outfit that she text. prepared for some other fellow. It is not necessary to have an Courier Journal. fart-heade- d. al But faa business career will do well to Love is great ponder over this story. , At a ther gets more consideration at ration of the covers and the laymeeting of the directors of the home on pay day than any other out of the pages in the book. Good luck to you in its making National Reserve Bank of Kan- - day. stuff-- . expensive book; an ordinary c book that can be bought at any stationrey store will .do if the covers are reinforoed with stiff cardboard and then covered with cloth or cretonne. Here. will be an opportunity to display your artistic ability in the decoom-positi- on f i IB Electric j Bitters I SWSade -- .- A rSew Eflan Of Him. "I was siiflerirjfj'oai p..ia in my g T. Alston, KalcicN N. C.- "ajd my . . . '.. n PRICESO CTS. aver andkianeyr Jia not work ngm, but f quc bottles oi isieetnc Jitters made me fee; ' ko a new man. t, ALL DRUG CTORES. THE ADAIR COUNTV NEWS Courage vs. Irresolution. ' Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womanly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from Chad-bour- n, N. C "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my tide; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would (He, but Cardui relieved me." CARDU I Woman"! 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IBs letter brought a reply signed by some one who bore his own family name, and further correspondence disclosed the fact that the English writer was a distant relative, the descendant of a collateral branch. BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF "I am glad to say," he wrote, "that I have never known any one who bears our name who is unworthy to bear it. My grand- THE LOUISVILLE TIME: parents were farm laborers, and my father began in the same IS $5.00 A YEAR. way; but he had the courage to WiLL SEND If YOU WUR ORDES TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTS apprentice himself, a t about twenty-twfor seven years to the trade of carpentry. He was but a common mechanic all his life, but the best man and the truest Christian I ever knew. I never think of him except with pride and love and respect." o, AND THE L0U1SVILEE TIM! BOTH ONE YEAR The writer, it is plain, stands higher than his father on that silly little ladder which we call "the social scale:" but he knows what character means, and understands the part his father's character played in enabling the 'son to climb; and, moreover, he is grateful. His point of view is refreshing. How splendidly it shines in FOR ONLY 9 $4.50, prin- THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper ted anywhere. Has the best corps of correa pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per contrast with the attitude of ithose who, having climbed a . tie way up the mil or mammon, always trying to forget the toil- strained hands that gave them the first boost! Ends Hunt for Rich Girl. Often thft hunt forla rich wife ends when the man meett a woman that uses Electric "jBitfers. Her strong nerves tell in a bright broin and even complextemper. 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All Sorts. can party, so shall the courage The price of artificial ice, it is and determination of Woodrow announced, will go up next sumWilson be the means of greater It is up to the police to make mer. It must be the artificial If W. H. Taft had vetoed the victo- safe blowing unsafe. achievements and greater pond were not on the job during Payne-Aldric- h Bill bonfires would ry for his followers. If New York can't find a new the winter. have burned in his honor all over sensation it stirs up an old one. One statistician estimates that the republic, and I have no doubt News. Eggs are three cents per doz- there are 10,000,000 tunes in exhe would have been Man Coughs and Breaks Ribs. en in China, and no china eggs istence, but the composers of Now we have a President who After a frightful coughing spell a at that. modern musical comedies do not says the grateful people: 'No man in Neenah, Wis., felt terrible compromise; I seek none: I want pains Why not expand the anti-nos- seem to know of 'more than two in his side and his doctor found none.' Extract from Senator two ribe had been broken. What agcrusade so as to include or three. Somebody rmarks that the ony Dr. King's New Discovery would the checkerboard suit? James tariff speech. This is as true as gospel. When have savedjiim. A few teaspoon sful At the same time, don't wait guitar may be a musical instu-me- nt a late cough, while persistent use but it was never known to William Howard Taft signed the end your neighbor to swat the routs obstinate coughs, expels stub- for pay any dividends. Still, its iniqiutous Payne-Aldric- h tariff born colds or heals weak, sore lungs. flies. Get busy yourself. notes of hand are usually accepbill he did himself a greater in- "I feel sure it's a Godsend to humaniA New York woman lost $440 jury that was possible for all of ty," writes Mrs. Effie Mornon, Co- which she carried in her stock- ted at full value. his enemies, Democrat or Re- lumbia, Mo., "for I believe 1 would ing: How, is not explained. Guaranteed Eczema Remedy. if I had noc publican, personal or political, to have consumption The constant burning, itching, redNo sooner are we through with ness, rash and disagreeable effects of inflict. He not only committee used this great remedy." Its guaranteed to satisfy, and you can get a the coal man than the ice man eczema, tetter, salt rheum, itch, piles political suicide, but he dragged and irritating skin eruptions can be free trial bottle or $1.00 size becomes our daily horror, readily cured and the skin made clear the Republican party into the at Pauli Drug Co. Ad. A new street dress for women and smooth with Dr. Ilobson's Eczema same open grave. has side pockets in the skirt Ointment. Mr. J. C. Eveland, o f Do You Remember? Bath, 111., says: "I had eczema Some months prior to the Rewhich can be found by a man. twenty-fiv- e years an J had tried everypublican National Convention of thing. All failed When found Dr. Milwaukee paper headlines says Ilobson's 1908 a movement for progress When father used to wear a horse was bitten on the north cure " Eczema Ointment I found a. This is the and against conservatism, and about a yard or more black silk side by a bulldog. Figure it out. of a physicianointmentbeen informula use for and has legislation for special interests, for a necktie and it was worn years not aud experiment. That is A Welsh rarebit was employed why we guarantee it. Paull Drug Co , began to manifest itself witin the outside a high collar? to put out a fire, being impressed or by mail. Price 50c Pfei tier Chemranks of the Republican party, ical Co.. Philadelphia and St. Louis. When it was fashionable for into service as a flail, perhaps. Ad j The leaders, Dolliver, LaFolIett the ladies to wear monster hoop Experts tell us how to achieve Murdock arid others, were known Bryan a Candidate in 1915. a ripe old age, when what one skirts? as "Insurgents." In enforced wants is to retain one's verdant recognition of this growing spirit When a poke bonnet was the youth. A fair conclusion from statethe national platform of that proper head gear for the ladies? Not from an artist's brush, but ments made byfiSecretary of year pledged the party to a reWhen all "gallusses" were woman's hat, do we get the full State Bryan in his address bevision of the tariff. Mr. Taft, home spun? force o f spring's variegated fore the the Pennsylvania Legthe nominee, made speeches in When in almost every home beauty. islature op. Tuesday is that he the campaign, declaring the need was to be found a rifle and a In Paris a hotel is to be ope n- - will be a candidate for the Demof the country for a downward fiddle? ed without servants. One excel- ocratic nomination in 1916, and tariff revision, and the voters When we used wood for fuel, lent way in which to get rid of that President Wilson will not showed sufficient faith in his accept a renomination, no matpromises to return him a winner altogether and it was $3 per tipping. It is said that Cleopatra danced ter how strong the pressure on over Mr. Bryan by a large plu- cord? rality. When people considered it the tango and the turkey trot him may be, and that there is.an 's foolish to build any The late lamented Senator thing but a Now let's see, what became of uuderstandingjbetween him and President Wilson that the latter Cleopatra? definition of the log or frame house? seems to fitly express what Chances for the small boy to will leave him a clear field to win When men all wore overcoats might vhae been expected of the become president some day are ,the nomination, says the Savanah with capes and arms therein? men. Senator Dolliver described far better in Mexico than in Morning News. When a Prince Albert coat was The Democratic national plathim as "A large amiable body Uncle Sam's domain. form contains a declaration in, surrounded by a group of men 'the proper thing for all swell oc Some women have taken to favor of the one term principle .who know exactly what they casions? wearing watches on their ankles When hip pockets were only while others are merely retain- and pledges the! candidate nomiwant." The group of men connated on that platform to uphold sisted of Aldrich, Payne, Crane, put in menJs pants for the pur- ing their common sense. that principle, that is, the PresiPenrose and many others of less- pose of "toting" a pistol'? A Boston man writes: "If I dent is pledged to the one term er disgrace, in the halls of conWhen every one that had mon- had a million dollars, I would go gress for the spoliation of the ey carried it in a belt fastened home and kiss my wife." His principle. In thelcourse of his speech after notifying his audimany and the enrichment of the about their waist? wife's kisses must come high. ence that he was present as a few; to serve special interests at used more The season approaches when substitute for thejPresident Mr. When oxen were the sacrifice of Dublic demand than horses with which to do we will leave comfortable homes Bryan said: and public need. wx)rk and haul heavy loads and and hie away to some mosquito "It is a settled'principle of thi3 President Taft yielded to them infested watering place. country that a platform is bindsigned the Payne-Aldric- h bill, no farm was without one to a Still, it seems like taking an ing upon every man that runs on characterizing it as the "best dozen yoke of them? When there was a large wood- unfair advantage of a hard work- that platform. Some men violate tariff measure ever framed," and acting on the same inspira- pile in the back yard and you ing microbe when a human be- Dlatlorms because they say they tion, vetoed the Wool Bill and had to cut enough for the day's ing saturates himself with onions cannot violate their conscience. the Farmer's Free list measure. use before you could go to school You may think when you buy No man should violate his con Seldom has been given the oppor in the morning, be it cold or hot lamb chops you get the butcher's science, but that does not mean goat, but when his bill comes in jthat he should violate his party tunities to indivi ual men to ren- weather? platform. It seems that his conder greater good to the common When every one always; you realize that he gets yours. be- run of humaity tharf was repu- slaughtered and cut up from one The owner of a stubborn auto science should begin to work diated bv Taft in his executive to two hogs fdr their own use chopped it up and sold the junk. fore he is elected and not after ward. A man who violates a ' acts on tariff bills. spring and fall? The same amount o t energy party platform and betrays his The country showed its disappickled pork was one of might have moved the car. When party and the people is a crimiproval of his course by electing A Chicago barber gives a fresh the common articles of diet and nal worse than the man who ema Democratic Congress in 1910, egg with every shave. Now if it was eured with salt peter. bezzles money." and sealed his doom by snowing that action is in the lieu of con- - It is not apparant from the him under in the election last Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and versation our approbation is man foregoing that Mn Bryan noti. year. ifest. Diarrhoea Remedy. fied the President of the President Wilson now faces Every family That business man who was arwithout exception of what he was going 10 just such a crisis, but in an en- should keey this preparation at hand rested and jailed for being too say, since he appeared as his tirely difierent attitude. He de- during the hot weather of the full, was dealt with in a natural and that the President Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- way. His friend balled him out. clares that there shall be no consented to his calling attention compromise on, the platform era and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth man who thought he to platform declarations and Western pledges made at Baltimore, and many times. Its cost when needed and saw snakes while on a spree and binding effects as those declarais almost certain to be needed before that if certain Senators block the the summer is over. It has no supe ran into a train and was serious- tions on all candidates wha ran way to the promised tariff re- rior for the purposes for which it is ly injured Must have been rat- on the 1912 platform? form guilt will be personally intended. Buy it now. For sale by tled. Ad. Paull Drug Co. worn by them. Ulcers and Shin Troubles. The New York Sun says the you are suffering with any uld, The conditions which brought! only place where a person can If running or fever sores, ulcere, bo;L How to Collect Accounts. about the downfall of William live cheaply is Ttopia. And it is eczema or other skin troubles get a box of Bucklen's Arnica. Salve ami ri. Taft,. vrill be the means of not on the map. accounts and promptly. Mrs. Bruce will get We collect notes and the future rise of Woodrow WilEastern police who arrested Jones, ofrelief Birmingham, Ala., suffered look after claims anywhere in the son in the estimation of his Goun-heese dealers for selling over from au ugly ulcer for nine raoir.ii United States and make no charges' cured her tryraen. Just as the feebleness ,unless we collect. ripe product,"Kjlaim to bave'streiag aud Bucklen's Arniaa Salue you. Only in two weeeks. Will help and irresolution of Ta-f- sounded Ad. May's CollectiouAgenoy, evidence against those arrested. Ji)C. Recommended h7 Drug ivy. AM. Co.' Sli'Mlg'sl the death knell of the Republi- E-Tod. se to-da- y, Dol-liver- ex-Presid- ent ! ; 1 suo-stan- ce sub--stitu- te, sum-month- s. j r t Sorut-rcter- - I 8 leac THEWADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. Hardly can I realize the the cause ot education has re EVERYTHING IN ton, and Miss Florence Rubarts, ot Eunice, were visiting Misses changes taking place, and it is a ceived a new stimulus. From 3J several sad reflection that many, many months school term, we have The last few days has been Vie and Retta Murrah of my former friends, school- arranged for six months. days of last week. &e warmest weather of the seaIn 1900 we arranged for four Mr. V. M. Epperson had the mates and companions are lost to son. losing a very val- sight of mortal ken; but are en months, and now we are to have Gilford Hamilton, of Nell, pass- misfortune of six; by recent legislative enact shrined in sacred memory. Wednesday. ed through here last week en uable mare last Phrenologists who have ex- ment. We also have compulsory Mr. Charlie Murrah soldja nice rout for Greensburg. amined my head claim that the attendance law, affecting chil 3 year old Red Bird mare to George Staples, of Columbia, organ of friendship is very large dren from eight to twelve years Brack Cain, last week, for $160. in our midst last Friday. 3ras and with all my of age. in my make-uMiss Vie Murrah sold a 3 year Melvin L. White, John Q. Alexander, the glaring faults I am proud of this old Red Bird gelding a few days -man of Also Elwood and jAmerican Fence. trait. ago, to Osborn Lawless, for $95. Obituary. was here one day last We have so many people who Misses Nell Williams and Pearl love nobody, hate nobody; and to week. On Friday morning, May 16, Bradshaw returned from Colum- whom the rule applies, "out of 1913, the death angel visited the We had a fine rain last week they have been sight out of mind;" that it is re- home of Mr. J. H. Preston and and our farmers put in good bia Friday where attending Commencement Exer- freshing to be numbered with a claimedvfor its victim his loving CO- timetransplanting tobacco. wife, Hily Preston. She had cises for the past week. decent minority. Mrs. W. B. Doolin. we are Incorporated been afflicted for about lb years. Williams and wife Mr. Luther In many respects, however, She leaves a husband, three glad to note, has greatly improved 6 Eaai Matke? Street, Between First and Brook graduating exer- friendship and benevolence are children, one child having prein. the last month or so and is attended the High an important combination. Peo- ceded her to the grave several cises of the Columbia now able to be ap part of the School Thursday evening. Louisville, Ky. ple who do love their feilowmen years ago, three sisters two time. bemay be popular with angels but brothers, to mourn their loss Jamestown. Judge" J. C. Carter suent one sides a host of relatives and are in bad order with mortals. The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- ai night at the Wilmore House on friends who deeply sympathize In business and politics, especialhis return from Columbia last Mrs. Mary Winfrey is quite with the bereaved ones in this ly, does this rule apply. Both One Year for $1.5(1 Wednesday. is in She sick with measles. the saddest hour of their life. In order to get rich you must Mr. J. F. Pendleton, of Greens-bnr- g Liberty with her daughter, Mrs. She was a kind and loving wife close your heart to every generwas with us one day last Dr. Lester. and mother and was loved by all, ous impulse, and in order to be week. Mr. Pendietun is on the and will be greatly missed in We had preaching last Sunday ' cattle at at the Christian churh bv our a successtul politician you must this neighborhood, but most of market for hogs and j override every scruple and con Lhe market price. all by her husband and children, Dastor. Rev. H. S. Masters. The sideration. so lonely without her. We have two or three new sermon abounded in profound But there is a difference be who are sases of measles in our town this and beautiful thoughts, and was tween a politician and a states But weep not as these who have no hope, for she is safe with Jes- Very specialjprices are the force to reduce our large stock of good Carpets and week. We have had them i n gracefully and earnestly deliver- man. and is beckoning to loved ones Rugs. Inducemets of the greatest Kind are offered in every section of big itore ed. The sermon Sunday night this section for the past year. A statesman has job and a us Large Brussell Rugs, UJ x 12 ft. $16.00 values for $12.00 to join her around God's eternal Mr. H. A Walker and daught- on prayer was also very fine. politician wants one. Large Axminster Rugs Hi x 12 ft. $32.50 values for $25.00 There is not much sckness in Therefore, Jim Garnett is a throne where there will be no er, of Columbia, speutlast ThursExtra Quality Velvet Carpet $1.25 grade. Yard 90c. day in our city visiting relatives this county, but we have had statesman and I am a politician. partings and sad gDodbyes. Inlaid Linoleum, Tile Palterns, $1.35 grade, square yard $1.00 Her sickness was one of sufferseveral rather serious cases in Some men are successful in and friends. Printed Linoleum, big line, regular 60c grade, square yard 40c ing, although every effort was town. Our produce men made their business that are honest and Right now during June is the time to get ExceptionMrs. Sutton has been quite sick philanthrophic, and some ascend made to relieve her pain, but to regular trips last week, paying al Bargains in Floor Coverings at no avail. The t i e i s broken goftd prices and were well loaded and is not any better. the ladder of political preferment Louisville's Big Carpet Store. We are glad to say that Mr. A. by reason of real ability and and she has gone to try the real Mr. W. W. Yates, who has ities of that great beyond. It is patriotism. been visiting at Campbellsville H. Holt is improving. & This State has a real stateman-an- such a sweet thought for her Mr. Ocar Smith's little and Lebanon for the past two Incorporated philanthopist who has ac- loved one3 to know she fs at rest w(eks, returned home the first girl, Margaret, is the fattest, with Jesus and that sooner or of the week looking fine. Uncle brighest and liveliest little Dem- cumulated many millions and has 522 and 524 West Market St. helped every religious, educa- later they all can join her in Weeden says he had a fine time. ocrat we ever saw. heaven, a n unbroken band n Mr. W. R. Lyons, the Decoration day wa3 observed tional and politician as well a s maternal interest of North Cario- - around God's eternal throne, grocery man o f Camp here. done enough i God saw she had bellsville, dropped in to see u s a Little Buel Gaskin comes 'round lina. He enlisted in the Southern and said, labor no more in the few minutes one day last week. every week selling the Pennsyl- Confederacy when a boy of seven earthly vineyard, but come up Going on at Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Parson vania Grit, a very interesting teen, and tollowed tne warring higher. It was so hard to give spent last Saturday and Sunday paper. His mother sometimes fortune of the Stars and Bars till that ill fated ensign was her up, but it is God's will. His visiting relatives at Portland. accompanies him to help out on furled at Appomattox. He came will be done not ours. The Lord delivering the paper. Messrs Yates and Cheatham, of home a ragged, barefoot and giveth and the Lord taketh, blessMilltown community, were here We all have our ups and downs vanguished soldier; but achieved'! ed be the name of the Lord. days ago looking after and troubles all along the line. Funeral services were held at financial success as fame, kank-e- r, They are liberal buyers We heard a certain person say stock. He has Antioch church by Rev. L. F. and manufacturer. and pay the market price for the other day, when a certain aided every church school, the Payne, at her request, after stock circumstance occurred, "I was so university, the common schools; which the remains were laid to The services at the Hebron awfully jealous. I felt as if I and has given princely benefac- rest in the Antioch cemetery in Church were largely attended could have eaten nails and hairthe presence of a large number tions in private charity. last Sunday. A very interesting pins." Speaking for ourselves we Twelve years ago, he aspired of relatives and friends, who had discourse delivered by their pas- can say this is one thing that has to u. b. benatorship. He was assembled to pay the last respect tor, Rev. Barger. After the never troubled us, ior we can badly defeated by a man of no to a noble and good woman. morning services a bountiful safely say that we never felt the A niece, real statesmanship; but whose Now, right repast was served on the ground pangs of jealousy. Hattie Corbin. Best Guaranteed Two Horse Riding Cultivators Complete $22.50 main claim was that he was a prepared by the here we can give the girls a poor man that had been " Walking Paralleil Beam 1600 and needed the office. From Indiana. sped ladies of that community pointer, never suffer yourselves His most pathetic appeal was " Regular 14.50 for the occasion. In the after- to offer yourselves unsought and " One Horse 14 Tooth Cultivators with lever 2.25 that he led the fight against May 30, 1913. to- you will never feel the pangs of noon the audiance was called 2.00 set screw 14 "nigger domination," when we Editor Ngws: gether by Prof. Hill, who had jealousy. 2.25 leaver 5 . had none. A few niggers held This being the thirtieth day of " charge of the music. . He was Mrs. Sullivan is on the sick office in the East, but as the " 2.00 5 set screw May, it calls my mind back to by the Antioch choir list. assisted Caucasion claims to be the all A Good Nine Wire Fence at 2Jc the rod. that goes without saying that Mrs. Bertie Bates is' here to be conquering race, I'd like to see that darkest spot on Green river Other sizes in Proportion where sleep most of my family, they understand music. It was with her father. Also Mr. Geo. the nigger that could dominate and I hope some friend of deWagons at low prices, Either Log Wagons or Farm Wagons. certainly a great day and will be Holt, of Campbellsville, and sev- me and two other white men. parted ones will scatter flowers and Guaranteed to be I have One Hundred of these Cultivators, New, remembered by us all for many eral other brothers. The ratio in North Cariolina is on their graves, as I am away the Best and Twenty Thousand Rods of the Wire. days ,to come. two and a half white men to one and can't he there, but alas, my Also One Hundred Newest and Best Style and Best Make of Buggies Lattimore, N. C. nigger, and you can imagine heart is there. Wontpelier. and Surreys at Prices that will take your breath. All built with White Hickory Loge Bomar driving Lucian Hurt, On the 15th of May the writer Wheels, no Culls. May 27. 1913. Jesse White and" myself before had the misfortune of getting A good rain fell here WednesDo not listen to the hard luck stories of Jealous competitors, but come and Editor News: him and dominating us. day and Thursday which was his jaw bone broken and had to Pounds of Sugar for the ' Dollar. First Patent Flour Since I wrote to your columns This makes Lucien md Jesse go to the hospital. I was in one see for yourself. Twenty badly needed. at $5.75 the Bbl. the Grim Reaper has been abroad two whole men and me a half. week, and it cost me all told sixty The wheat fields are looking $15,000.00 worth of Clothing logo at this Sals. Prices from 10 to 50 in the land and gathered in cerWhile I laughed at the non- dollars. Those charitable instifine and promising in this section tain friends of my former days. sense of nigger domination I tutions don't amount to much. per cent off regular value. Come and see us. Sirs. Lucien Moore has been Among others who have an- voted for amendment which prac- I think I will be well in a month can have the . This Sale is put. on in the Midst of the Season so that you quite ill for several days. swered the dread summons, J. tically eliminated colored or so. Pleasure of .buying the goods when yon need them and not after the Season is Misses Ada Epperson and W. Hurt, as "Billy," as he was man as a voter. Your writer was in the flooded Over and you have no use for them. The requireMary Williams returned from affectionately called, has been ment is an educational qualifica- district. The water got three Will send Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes to any point by Parcel Post house. It seems I Prepaid. Any. Goods not Satisfactory can be returned by Parcel Post, if within the. L. W. T. S. and Graded carried "over by the boatman pole, tion after 1908, while white men feet in the was born for misfortune, but I , School last week. Miss Williams and I am saddened at his loss. days after sent out. y voted under "Grandfather bear it with fortitude. I will Seven k&ving graduated from the CoHe is held in grateful remem- Clause. close ,for this time with best High School.. as, a friend, neighbor and brance Result, the negroes are not wishes to the News. lumbia Logan T. Winfrey. caring much about politics and Mrs. Gertrude Pelly, .;f Pelly- -' scbnolmat?. J ROOFING ani Printed. Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized p, well-kno- wn dry-goo- ds Camp-bellsviil- e, Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. 112-11- End of Season Sale of Carpets and Kugs. Hubbuch Bros., Wellendorff . well-know- Great Summer Sale Now Woodson Lewis' Ever Known, Greensburg, Ky. Farm Implements at Prices Lower Than -- Note The Following: Up-to-da- te the . - . - ! Woodson Lewis