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Personals. rie Denton will return from a visit to Somerset the first of the week. The following named persons, Mrs. Eliza Azbill, Who was the with two to be added, will make Wife of Eld. W. K. Azbill, up the Faculty of the Lindsey- Wilson Training School for the Dies at Cleveland, Ohio. coming year: Rev. J.S. Chandler, ) Principals. A FORMER RESIDENT OF COLUMBIA. f R. R. Moss, C. D. Nelson, Advanced work:, The intelligence of the death of graduate of Oxford University, Mrs. Eliza Azbill, the beloved England. Miss Kathrine E. Murrell, Co wife of Eld. W. K. Azbill. reach ed relatives at this place Satur- lumbia, Latin and German. day morning. The end came at Miss Flora Powell, Monticello, . her home, Cleveland, Ohio, at Primary. The Music and Expression De1 o'clock Friday night, in the fust-clas- s 65th year of her age. The in- partments will be under directors, their Dames to be terment was at Indianapolis. Ind. , made known in a week or two. Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Prof. Nelson, in addition to This death was not a surprise teaching, will have charge of the to relatives and friends of this place, as they were advised eyery boy's dormitory, and will direct day or two that she was so afflicr-e- d the'athletics. that it was not possible for The outlook for the coming year is very encouraging, the her to live. Mrs Azbill was a lady of high principals anticipating no falling Christian character and took a off of patronage, as flattering letgreat interest in church work. ters are received daily. Already $1,500 is in sight for Socially, she was highly esteemed and the news of her demise a new boy's dormitory, and other needed improvements will be brought much sorrow to her-olmade. home town. The deceased was a sister of The management extends its Mr. J as. T Page and Mrs. Mary best wishes to all former pupils J. Blakeman, the latter being at asking them to encourage others the bedside when the end came. to come. First Tuesday in September This paper tenders its sympawill be the opening. thy to the sorrowing husband and son and all other relatives. Announcement. NexF Monday circuit court will open at Jamestown. Evidently The marriage of Miss Louise the greater portion of the first Wickliffe, of Greenville, to Dr. day will be taken up by candi- R. A. Jones, of Cincinnati., is dates. The aspirants for the announced for the 25th of June. State Senate, L. T. Neat, Robert The ceremony will take place at Antle, E. M. Cox, all Republi- the home of the intended bride. cans, and Hon. J. 0. Ewing, of The intended groom is a prosBurkesville, Democrat, will be perous business man of Cincinpresent and present their claims. nati, and i3 a son of Dr. and Mrs. The candidates for Representa- J. T. Jones, Montpelier, Adair tive, Hon. Lilburn Phelps and county, Ky. Dr. Combest will also make speeches and they will be followMr. Harry Chilson purchased ed by county candidates, who of Frank Sinclair, a few days will make brief talks. The pri- ago, two dwellings and lots in mary is getting closer and the Columbia, the property on Water closer it gets the hotter will be street, formerly owned by E. W. the fight. Reed, and the residence and lot back of W. H. Eubank shop, now Mr. J. Press Miller and wife occupied by W. H. Wilson, and will, sometime during the com- 99 acres of land off the Steve ing fall, remove to whanisknown Conover farm, two and a half as the Payne place owned by Mr. miles South of Columbia. The Miller's father, Dr. S. P. Miller, consideration for all the proper- and located three miles South of ty is private. Columbia, and commence farm life. Farming is the most profiMont Sneed was arrested in table busines is this country, and Lincoln county, last week and it is certainly the most independ- brought here Wednesday night, ent way of making a living. to answer to a n indictment, Press has an intelligent idea of charging him with breaking into farming, hence there is no reason a smoke-housat Grady ville, this why he should not succeed, es- county. pecially when he will be occupying a very productive farm. Mr. Sam Burdette, who got his ankle sprained more than two Last Monday week was the weeks ago, is yet unable to walk. opening of the Wayne circuit It was evidently a very bad sprain court at Monticello. A. large and more than likely it will be crowd was in town, and the Retwo months before his ankle is publican candidates for the State strong. Senate spoke. The candidates are L. T. Neat, of Adair, Robert Dr. Alper will spend this week Antle, of Russell and E. M. Cox, at Russell Springs, will be back of Clinton. They all have a fol- next Saturday, June 14. Any lowing in Wayne county, but body in need of glasses will do which of the three is in the lead, well to call on him while he is this paper is not informed. . here as he will not remain here Mr. Jas. T. Page has had the much longer. , Mr. Henry Sanders, of LebaMr. Wade Helm has returned non, and Miss Elizabeth Durham, from Ashland. Campbellsville, visited Mr. and Mr. W. J. Mackin, of Leba- Mrs. Sam Burdette last Friday non, wa3 here Monday. and Saturday. "Doodle" Sullivan, JamesRev. J. R. Randolph, pastor of town, was here Monday. the Methodist Church. BurkesMr. Fred Myers and wife will ville, and Mr. J. P. Smith, of the same town, were in Columbia visit Louisviile this week. last Thursday. Mrs. Helena Williams was quite Messrs Geo B. Breeding and biek a few days of last week. brightest young ladies and most G. W. Dillon, were in Columbia successful teachers of , Barren Mrs. Alfred Murrell and-- ' her Friday, en route home from the county, Mr. Turk is the son, Jesse, are reported better. District Conference wnich was farmer and citizen, of the Mr. W. T. Cleland, of Leba- held at Elkhorn. Hise ville country, and one of the non, was here a few days ago. Dr. Woodruff Flowers returncleverest and best young men in Miss Ida Hogard attended the ed from Hopkinsville the middle the county. He is a man of sterDistrict Conference at Elkhorn. of last week. He had a pleasling worth and integrity and is a most popular and estimable gen Rev. J. S. Chandler made a ant visit and reverts Western tleman. Mr. Turk was recently visit to Danville the first of the Kentucky a fine country. shera prominent candidate for week. Mr. Charles Diddle, accomiff, but, as he owns one of the panied by Mis3 Jennye McFarMiss Ida Todd returned from largest and most beautiful farms Special Notice: Louisville the latter part of last land, went to Jamestown Saturin the county, recently withday to witness a ball game beweek. drew from that race, to devote tween Albany and tie local team. himself to his large and demandMessrs. Finis and Asa Baker notify the traveling We hereby Miss Alva Knight. Jamestown, ing private business. public that we will not be re- were here from Amandaville returned from Nashville last The marriage will be strictly sponsible for baggage left at our Monday. week where she visited the private owing to the recent barn. It can be left, but at the Mr. J. B. Drye, of Bradfords-vill- Misses Crockett. Her rather, death in the connection, and on- risk of the owner. called to see our merchants Mr. W. S. Knight, met her at ly the families of the contracting W. R. Myers & Son. last Friday. this place, on her "return. parties will be invited. Mrs. R. L. Bunnell, of LouisMr. and Mrs. John Lee WalkMiss Mabel Atkins, one of Immediately after the ceremoville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. er and Mrs. Walkers father, Mr. bright young ladies, ny, Mr. and Mrs. Turk will leave J. N." Murrell. J. H. Ritchey, of Burkesville, has accepted a position with the for a short bridal tour, after John, little son of Mr. and Mrs. will leave here this Wednesday which they will be at home to Columbia Telephone Company, their friends at the goom's beau-tjf- and will assist Miss Mollie Cald- J. P. Beard, who has been very morning, for Louisville, The object of the visit is to have Mr. country place, "Waveland," well, who is an expert in oper- sick, is better. and Mrs. Walker's little son in the Blue Spring Creek coun- ating the key board. Miss AtMrs. J. 0. Russell, who was i3 afflicted with an kins is quick to catch on and in a quite sick try r part of last treated who ear trouble. The young people are both short time her services will be week, is better. popular, highly esteemed and valuable to the company. Judge T. A. Murrell, who is Mr. W. T. Flowers, of Bowtemporarily located at Lebanon, excellent, and will have most Tiie ministers and laymen, who ling Gren, is visting relatives reached Columbia last Friday the congratulations and best attended the District Conference," in Adair county. wishes of a host of friends in about the noon hour. He was Mr. Ray Montgomery return- accompanied by Mr. E. L. Moore, marriage. Glasgow Times, are loud in their praise of the their cordial hospitality extended by ed a few days ago from a visit Superintendent of agencies of June3. Taylor ' county people. to Bowling Green. the Citizens National Life Insurdoors of homes, extending sevDelightfully Entertained. Rev. J. N. Crawford was con- ance Company. Judge Murrell eral miles from the church, were is Supervisor of agencies. They thrown open and every body in- fined to his room all last week, a made the trip from Lebanon to On Thursday evening at her vited to come in. It was a very victim of malaria. t this plac in an auto in two hours home on Greensburg street Mrs. interesting Conference. Mr. Paul Hughe3 returned and twenty minutes. Allen Walker delightfully enterfrom Central University, Dantained at a six o'clock . dinner Mr. Lucien Jones, son of Mr. ville, Monday night. How the Vote Stands following guests: the J. W. Jones, of Glensfork, who Mr. J. F. Montgomery and Mr. Mesdames J. 0. Russell, Geo. got his left foot badly cut fifteen The following is the standing of the Staples. Geo Stults, Bruce Mont- weeks ago, was in Columbia Rollin Hurt were in Jamestown candidates at the Parlor Circle, up to and including last Saturday nieht: gomery, Misses Heyd and West. Friday to consult a doctor. He last week, professionally. no i.:nm , . ??.t imirV. Mr. Ralph Hurt, who is a "" was of the opinion thateresysipe-la- s 0,wUO Dora Eubank The Girls' Picnic Club met last had set up, as his foot was in student in Georgetown College, Xell Tarter 42,300jj Thursday afternoon with Miss a worse condition than at any reached home last Thursday. 42,50r Eva Walkei Jennye McFarland. A large time siuce the accident. ' 2!,00 Margaret Lovett Miss Annie Dixon, Lexington, crowd of girls were present and is spending a few weeks with Bryan Hord, of Campbellsville, Dad Thomas Dead. a good time was enjoyed by all. years old, who was stab- her aunt, Mrs. Bettie Butler. fifteen Lester Bridgewater, of color, bed by his brother, Paul, thirteen Squire W. C. Wolford of CaMr. J. Dudley Thomas, who charged with forging C. C. Chris- years of age, died a day or two sey Creek, was here last Thursties' name to checks, was given after the terrible affair. Mr. G. day, the first time fifteen months. was born and reared a 'Jew miles n from Columbia, died in the a examining trial before Judge W. Hord, a hardware merchant, Miss Robin Jones, of Oaktown, country last Saturday mornMoss, last Monday and held over. was the father of the iwo boys, Ind. , is visiting her aunt, Mrs. ing. He was a Federal soldier and he and the toother are dis- Lizzie Grissom, and other relaA letter from Mr. J J. Hunter, in the Civil war, and was about tressed beyond description. tives. Snyder, Texas, says: "One dollar seventy years old, and had been enclosed, all well, weather hot, Miss Mary Grissom will return a hard working man all his life. Miss Julia Eubank, who is congood, crops look well. ducting a millinery establish- Thursday from Ash ville, N. C, season For the last three years his We hope for all that is goocl." ment at Winona, Miss., has sent where she has been teaching homeyvas near Campbellsville, and Wien taken sick was visitto this office a half dozen Cape music. Harvest time is approaching. Jessamins, a most beautiful and Mr. W. T. McFarIand and Mr. ing a daughter iriT this county. There are some inferior fields of fragrant flower, grown in the G. A. Smith attended the Dis He was an honesUman and left, wheat, but the crop, generally sunny South. The kindly many his trict Conference of the Metho- besides Hischildren, seve al speaking, throughout the county wife died friends. was duly apprecia- dist Church at Elkhorn. is very good. ago. years ted. Mr. F. L. Selby and Miss Dc-nPrizes to be awarded by the Phelps, of Esto, Russell The railroad wreck at Dant, One year from now the Dismanagement of the Parlor CirConference of the Metho- county, were here Friday, the Ky., last Wednesday did considtrict cle will be handed to the winerable damage, but no one was dist church, Columbia District, latter,to see a dentist.. ners next Tuesday night after will be held in this town. An Moss, of Messrs. C. C. Traylor, Charley seriously hurt. Tom the show. effort will be made to have a Garrett, Crit .Cole and Rev. Mor- color, of this county, was on the J .X' J vwituuvw, ui me AJJ He got one of his hands Bishop come and preside over ris, all of Beck's Store, were in train Mr R R Qsborn, who lived Six persons joined the ChristHail painted, and also the win- - in chicag0f In died Qn A rfl M slightly hurt, and he knows no Columbia last Friday. ian church last Sunday night, at the deliberations. dows of Mr Henry Ingram s 19!3 His wife was a other person who received an ind. the close o 1 a strong sermon store, giving the building a fresh jdaughterof "Aunt Peggy G. T. Rasner and his son, jury. Mr. The Russell circuit court will delivered by Eld. Montgomery. Mon-- . Roy, were in Louisville last week, open at Jamestown next honey, making her related to a Mrs. Nona Cabell, & former, Mr. Buford Hatcher, who liv- day. A representative of this the latter to seek employment Mr. J. C. Garner desires tojnumber of PePe in this county. resident of Columbia, now of ed near Hatcher, Taylor county, paper will be in attendance the with the Ford Auto Co. etunv his grateful thanks to all Louisville, named seventy-si- x Wm. Bryant, familial ly known died a few days ago, a victim o f two first days, and persons who Mr. J. H. Flowers, of Padu-cathe friends wno spindly waited as Uncle Chickle, answers in theCourier-JourhaTs'booseventy- - typhoid fever. may have business with this ofKy. a native of Adair, is correct' upon his wife during her illness, contest. nine years old. was married in fice can see him on the square. visiting relatives in Columbia ending in death. this place, last Wednesday, to Attention is called tothe sher and out in the country. Mr. L. G. Weatherford has We hope to meet many friends Read the advertisement of Mrs. Rasner, the widow of Buck iff's settlement published in this Mr. and Mrs. Tim Cravens re- been appointed postmaster at of the News in Jamestown next issue of the News. Russell & Co. They are offering Rasner. Monday and Tuesday. turned from Elizabethtown last Absher, this county. H. Cooley to the trade bargains in a great Saturday night, the latttr hav- resigned. Lost: a small ivory fan, profit sharing sale, running from Rain camt in .due time, and Mr. MontCorbin, of Dulworth, ing been visiting her parents-last week was fine growing light blue ribbon on handle, light June 10th, to the 24th. No Louisville mail for two davs weather. You can almost see blue hand painted flowers on it. this county, was married to Miss Mrs. Elrod, Miss Dora Eubank, last week. A wreck on the railLillie May Willis, of Campbells- Born, to the wife of Calvin the corn climbing to the tassel Will pay a reward. Mr. Ward Denton and Miss Ma road reported. n.. Mary Breeding .. Hutchison June 4th, a daughter. isgt' &. t en dav last week. well-known Litie Lessenberry and H. Turk will be united in Mr. J. marriage next Thursday, June 5, at the home of the bride's father, Mr. Dave Lessenberry, in the Blue Spring Creek country, the occurring at two ceremony o'clock in the afternoon. Miss Lessenberry is one of the most accomplished attractive and young ladies in the country. Besides her beauty she is one of the 1 The meeting at the Christian church will continue perhaps all this week. Large congregations attend the evening services and the afternoon meetings are well attended. Eld. W. G, Montgomery, who is doing the preaching, is pointed and at times grows eloquent. He is preaching the simple story of Christ, urging the ungodly to accept Him But few, if any, more entertaining ministers come' this way. His talent, knowledge, and the happy way he has of conveying his ideas, is accounted for from the fact that he was born and reared in Adair county. The unpardonable sin as the speaker's subject Monday night, and in his opinion the rejection of Jesus Christ, the refusing to accept Him, was the sin against the Holy Ghost. d e, JDo-lumbi- ul the-latte- The '' -- v.- -,.- t. i . Mill-tow- e a ie -- r ra - 31 s -- -- 4.1- -- T- vAiu-.cemj- -ll ? ce. I j . j h, ki v . 4 " - THE ADAIR tJOUNTY NEWS Sheriff's Settlement 1912. A Statement and Settlement of the accounts of A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of Adair county, Kentucky, of the collections and disbursements of thirty-fiv- e (35c) ad valorum, and one ($1) dollar poll tax levied by the Adair Fiscal Court at its April term, 1912, for the payment of the current expenses of Adair county for the year 1912. At the regular October term of the Adair Fiscal Court, 1912, the under signed, ps. C. Winfrey, was appointed by said court, as its Commissioner to settle with A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of Adair count', Kentucky, his accounts of collections and disbursements made by him of the taxes levied by said court at its April term, 1912, to be collected and paid to the creditors of said count; by said Sheriff during said year, and in compliance with' said order of appointment, I did on the lirstof December, examine the said Sheriff's books to ascertain the amount of said taxes remaining uncollected on the st day of December, 1912, in order that I might charge him with the additional G per cent, penalty which by law is added to all taxes which remain unpaid on said date And in the first days of March, 1913, 1 made the following settlement with said Sheriff, I first charged said Sheriff with 3 514 polls listed by the Assessor for taxation for the year 1912 at SI each. I then charged him with 4 polls listed by the Sheriff for taxation for said year at SI each. I then charged him with 25e ad valorum tax on each 8100 on 82 753 253 worth of taxable property for the General Fund, and 10c on each S100 on S2 757 253 worth of taxable property for Road Fund. 1 then charged said Sheriff with 25cad valorum tax on each $100 on 66 585 worth of taxable property listed by said Sheriff for the General Fund, and 10c id valorum on each $100 on SO 5S5 worth of taxable property for Road Fund. I then charged said Sheriff with the franchise tax on the different corporations doing busines in Adair county. I then charged said Sheriff with i per cent, penalty on all unpaid taxes on December 1st, 1912, which made said Sheriff Patteson's debts as follows, to-wi- W CB JF P Flowers Tarter 2 80 2 56 2 80 2 00 JW LW Gilpin Young Tabor Mannie Kemp H C Janes G B Cheatham N R Roach L T Neat L T Neat Russell & Co Russell & Co 2 G4 26 2 2 9 30 1 00 00 00 20 70 50 50 00 00 00 45 of Dec, 1912, on GF then gave him credit by 2 76 the 6 per cent, penalty back on 10c ad valorum tax on said $14 Xft re- leased on R F then gave said Sheriff credid by 6 per cent, penalty back on the 5S polls at S100 each, which were released by orders o f court after the first day of December, 1912,$5SOO, 1 10 on '3961 29, uncollected taxes on Dec. 1st, 1912, which is $57 03 12 82 $2 852 92 J II Grant C JW P Coomer Foster , Claude Callison .1 K P Conover 3 12 Patteson & Denney 2 00 W B Moore 2 56 Strong Hill 2 90 Ela Grant 3 12 N M Tutt '2 50 Robert Parrotb 2 50 CREDITS. ,3730-9- 7 4 3 4 2 1 I John W Young John W Young J K P Conover L II Holt G M Tedder 400 40 3 00 2 04 400 00 3 20 3 20 2 90 2 00 2 00 92 10 183 55 30 '00 2 00 3 00 16 50 3 12 2 00 2 00 2 50 3 12 2 96 2 48 18 75 3S554 37 CREDITS ROAD FUND To R Hutchison $13 S F Harvey 3 12 F P Dohoney C GF 25 75 75 08 95 07 32 25 90 3 Total credits on releases on General Fund Total credits on releases on Road Fund I then deducted this $125- 42 release from the total debit on General Fund of 310 725 30, 10 128 T J Rosso n G W Montgomery S S Goode T E Cook Lawrence Wilkerson Diddle & Parson W P Summers Mont Wilson E G Ilardwick WG Fred Denson A D Patteson A D Patteson N M Hancock J W Young 4 0 24 8 6 . : - 25 Certificates of allowance and Treasures receipt 10c ad valorum tax on $0794 property released 10c ad valorum tax on 4096 property released 10c ad valorum tax on 43 84000 property releasea 10c ad valorem tax on S30G1 property released 42 6 per cent., penalty back, on 10c ad valorum tax 011 L 814 337 property raieased 10 V- 4 01 w 4 00 - 90 ' y diu after Dec. lected 2-- 9 of lu per cent., on 35uOQ tax of 4 lr, 1912 Cow-missi- on col- t: JW WS GL Young Pickett Pickett . Vire J A Vire Sam Baker W II Burris W P Price Elroy Roe Jas Hood Mont Harmon X II Moss Robert Johnson II C Bennett Allen Kemp Junius Pickett. George Cheatham' M E White Receipt J R Garnett Tr 1 which leaves 3 00 a debit for General F of 1 00 1 then deducted this$25 16 i 73 release on the toad fund 75 00 from the total debit on 63 00 the road fund of 2 885 44 I 25 which leaves a total debit 2 00 for Road Fund of ,- - t d 112? 23 2-- 9 590 S3 2-9 per cwit. Cam-o-n iH 153 3'i taxes. C4nle-e- I of 825 fee to Commissioner for settlement, n 15 1 0 ati J I Stanberry N Butler Admr P H Bridgwater Warren Moore C SP Z Miller Ben Jeffries T Williams to-wi- t: ZT Williams J It Tutt W C Leach DEBITS Gen. Fund To 3,514 tithes listed by Assessor, at SI 4 tithes listed by Sheriff at SI Ad valorum tax on $2 757 253 worth of taxable property, listed by Assessor supervised, equalized and certified for taxation at 25c on each S100 for General Fund 30c ad valorum tax on each S100 worth of S2 IzP 253 taxable property for Road Fund 25c ad valorum tax on each 6100 of SO 5S5 taxable propertydisted by the Sheriff, for GenerS3 514 00$i 9 50 2 20 26 3 2 16 00 00 00 00 00 00 64 50 00 00 50 00 30 00 00 00 00 50 vas then shown a list of fund and the road fund 50 00 debits together, makinga 5 40 total of 500 00 For collecting this amount I gave the said Sheriff S7S6 97 credit by the commission - 20 2 850 23 :i 43 I then added the general KJ Tota! Debit Road Fund Total Credit Road Fund 81 W05 U7 S2 &2 92 1 U0o U7 Balance DuebyShehff R F $1 c?7 Si GRAND RECAPITULATION 453 56 DEBITS on Tototur debits eral Fund Total debits Fund 112 23 Gen $10 72ft 3u Road Fund 4 00 3 I Alin Joseph Rosenbaum S D Barbee W B Patteson Walker Absher Geo R 3 21 Luther Wilson i; S93 13 f t 82 757 25 Mark Wilson E F Mullinix F H Bryant Rossen II K Taylor II K Taylor Gordon Montgomery L J al Fund 10c ad valorum tax on each 3100 worth of 86 533 taxable property for Road Fund Franchise tax, Bank of Columbia, $170 33, 7 and for the Road Fund, 7 Franchise tax First National Bank, 8103 i3, 7 and for the Road Fund, r Franchise tax Citizens Bank, 83ft 82, and for the Road Fund, Franchise tax Columbia Tel. Co , 85 25, 7 and for the Road Fund, 7 .Franchise tax Farmers Bank, Casey Creek, 5-2-5-2-- 7 5-- 7 2-- 7 5-2-- 10 40 f v' f 1 t 12L 00 j (i 59 j - 43 07 31 05 77 65 20 30 3 73 J J II Mitchell John Eubank G W Turner Jas T Page S M . " 10 52 v' 1 J C Gose John W M Tarter Wolford - 10 4 22 3 2 20 2 2 2 120 2 3 2 3 2 43 18 fifty six (56) persons who had been wrongfully listed for poll tax or who had been listed twice, who had been released by the court, which order of release is tiled herewith as part hereof; I therefore gave said Sheriff credit by 56 polls at SI each G F I was then shown an order of the Adair County Court, dated Oct. 2nd, allowed by law of 10 percent, on the first 65 000 63S7 77 which is ?5 00 I then gave him credit by 4 per cent, on the re- maining'SS 453 56, which is S33S 14 on Road 2 S3:i Vz Total Deb its CREDITS . By tota' credits on General Fund TGtal credits 0 11 Road Funds Total Credits Debits Credits Balance due sm 0QS 22 262 99 75 15 $0 504 92 1 DOS I then gave him credit 4 per cent, by 1912, releasing Jesse Burton from paying a poll tax, which order is filed 00 I therefore herewith. 00 gave the Sheriff credit by 00 I was then shown an order 00 of said court releasing 00 David Burton from pay70 ing a poll tax: I there00 fore gave said Sheriff 00 70 0. 00 00 00 com mission on School Fund of 3 79.3 23 $ 50 00 collected, same, Said Sheriff then paid your Commissioner for making this and the School for Fund settlement, which I have given him I 07 151 93 $10 509 $13 G03 22 m .10 50U 99 $3 093 23 00 I therefore find that A. D. Patte19 44 5 56 son, Sheriff of Adair county ,is indebtcredit, 25 00 RECAPITULATION G E N E R A L ed to said county on the General Fund in the sum of 51 220 :B, and $1 377 85 FUND. on the Road Fund, or a sum total of DEBITS. 3 093 23, less whatever delinquent To 3514 tithes listed by taxes the court may allow him for Assessor credit by one dollar there- 4 1 tithes listed by Sheriff at 4 00 at $1.00 S3 514 00 the year All of 1912. Burbridge 51) 349 GO, 5-- 9 2-- 9 27 50 5-- 9 t 11 02 John Simpson J M Willis J F Stults M 2 2 2 2 I fore, G F was then shown a bunch $1.00 00 25c ad valorum $2 757 253 which is mest respectfull) Adair Fiscal Court. re- tax on ti S93 13 16 46 ported. L. C. Winfrey, Commissioner and for the Road Fund, Franchise tax Grady ville State Bank, S15 75, and for the Road Fund, 9 !To (5 per cent, penalty on 8901 29 uncollected taxes on the first day of December, 1912, 2-- L Grissora 200 3 75 i :; W II Burris T J Cooper 50 John Grady A D Patteson 57 63, 5-- 9 2-- 9 32 04 ' Total 810 725 30 Z 1 Walker Bryant 12 and for the Road Fund, N H Moss 82 T A Murrell 64 00 00 9(5 2 882 92 2 2 2 2 2 20 2 2 CREDITS GENERAL FOND. T Taylor Said Patteson, then presented to the following certificates of allowance J L McLean made by the Adair Fiscal Court and LC Blair ordered paid by said sherriff out of R B White the levy as above set out. Said sher- W T Walker riff having paid same to proper own- Thomas Powell ers thereof, the amount each of said The Bradley & Gilbert Co certificates specifies, I therefore' gave Ben Jeffries him credit by the said certificates of WTLoy allowence. and will here list each of Gordon Montgomery said certificates and file them here Gordon Montgomery with as part hereof, towit: J W Simpson '86 00 Smith & Stephenson To Logan Boraar 00 Smith & Stephenson E B Atkison r--21 C C Coomer J W Reece me J W Reece Hugh Richardson John Eubank Jo Rosenbaum Luther Bell J M Willis ' 2 37 2 2 .250 230 2 39 00 P T Powell 00 Claude Callison 00 S P Suliivan 00 Austin Loy 64 Jo Rosenbaum 50 John Eubank 00 H Kerns 64 J Z Pickett J 00 00 90 00 CO R A Cooley J C Browning W W Kertley R J Tutt Kertley Burbridge Wheat & Williams 2W M - Shive G W Pickett George Redman J B Burton A A Miller H B Garnett II E Garnett Logan Bomar Wilmore & Moss J 2 00 F II Bryant 25 3U Wilmore & Moss 5 00 Loyd Richards v3 00 Keltner Bros . 37 O0 Rose & Willis 54 65 Rose & Willis 4 00 J M Willis 2 00 Mel via Petty r' 2 00 Eubank & Son r. 52 26 73 15 16 34 W L Walker WW Nell & Simmons Paull Hughes "N R Roach P Miller ' 72 b Ballard & Miller i 34 50 J W Sublett & Bro 23 00 Dr R Y Hiudman V (5 50 Dr S 13 76 90 50 W Wheat W II Sinclair 26 00 J B Jones 3 00 J B Jones 50 00 00 00 70 II B Simpson Melvin Cave Melvin Cave T J G M Willis 55 00 48 00 GPSmythe" N T Jones P Smythe T F Gowen J II Kelsay Russell & Hindman. Frank Burton Taylor A Hovius Miller & Miller SA Mary Milam T J Cooper W H Burris Geo E Wilson x J F Triplett H P Redmon 53 96 Luther Williams V 2 00 George Redmon , 2 64 J W Sublett & Bro 10 00 Eubank & Son 54 00 Eubank & Son , 3 00 F P Bryant , 19 93 Sam Eubank , 41 25 Pearl Hindman , 10 00 Pearl Hiudman f 20 00 W E Williams , 23 40 I C Harmon 75 00 E L Moss 5 00 W F Sanders . 78 00 W I Ingram 11 00 G L Wolford 24 20 M Rav Yarberry 77 00 Cooley Bros 78 00 W C Sneed 105 25 W S Hindman 6 00 A M Mercer 2 64 A M Mercer 2 00 23 40 86-726 00 13 00 18 70 18 70 18 70 120 00 75 25 make said taxes: I there12 00 fore gave said Sheriff 12 00 credit by 25c on each 8100 12 00 worth of said 56 794 on 12 00 theG F 12 00 1 then gave said Sheriff 2 64 credit by 10c ad valorum 2 56 tax on said 86 794 for R F 3 00 I was then shown an order 2 56 dated March 5, 1913, re-- - 3 00 leasing thirty-nin- e per3 00 sons from paying taxes 22 00 on property listed twice, 2 00 and paid one, left the. 2 00 county and no property 13 00 tc make taxes, aggregat12 00 ing 84 096 10 83 1 therefore gave said Sher13 00 iff credit by 25c ad valo20 00 rum tax on each 8100 2 00 worth of said $4 090 worth 2 00 of property for G F. 2 00 I then gave said Sheriff 3 44 credit by 10c ad valorum 20 00 on said 84 090 on R F 5 00 Said order is filed here3 00 with '60 00 I was then shown a bunch 60 00 of thirteen court orders 2 00 releasing as many per62 24 94 f twenty-on- e court orders of releases', releasing that many persons from paying an ad valorum tax on a total of worth 0 f personal property, listed twice or wrongfully listed or who had gone from the State and no property could be found out of which to o 25c 5-- 5-- 5-- 5-- 5-- 9 5-- 5-- 9 17 54 ad valorum tax on S6 5S3 7 of S170.33 Franchise tax Bank of Columbia 7 of $103.6S Franchise Tax First National Bauk 7 of $36.82 Franchise tax, Citizens Bank 7 of $5.25 Franchise tax Columbia Telephone Co of $3j.60 Franchise tax Farmers Bank, C. Crk. 9 of S15.75, Franchise tax Gradyville State Bank. of penalty on uncollected taxes Dec, 1st 1912 CREDITS. 121 66 SHERIFFS 5ETTIEMENT FUND 1912. SCHOOL 77 65 26 30 3 S 32 $10 725 7 01 Certificates of allowance paid, 58 polls released from tax- A statement and settlement of the accounts of A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of Adair county, Kentucky, of the colh lections and disbursements of the ten (10c) advolorum tax and the fifty 5(5 (50) cents poll tax levied by the Adair Fiscal Court, at its April term 1912, 75 on all taxable property and persons in Adair County, not in the Graded 04 Common School District of the town of Columbia, and ordered collected 30 and paid to the treasurer of the County Board of Education for the year 1912. $3 554 37 ation at 25c $1.00 ad valorum tax back on 6 794 released 25c ad valorum tax back on $4096, 25c released ad valorum tax back on released -- S4O0O . 25c advolorum 6 10 24 tax back on $8961, released per ce"t , penalty back on 25c ad volorum tax on releases after December 1st 1912, 09 6 per cent- - penalty back on 4 53 poUs released after December 9 of 10 per cent Com. on 7-7-- 9 2 00 36 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 '2 1 50 50 80 00 sons from paying taxes on real estate which had been wrongfully assessed, aggregating 84 (00. I $5000. for of 4 per $S 453 56 4 00 00 50 therefore gave said Sheriff credit by the ad valorum tax of 25c thereon 7-- per cent., commission on 83 793 23 Collecting S. Tax 9 of $25 to Commissioner for this settlement collecting tax cent., Com. on for collecting I 1 350 00 350 00 W J J P Dillingham Wilson Wilson onGF I 10 00 $9 504 92 At the regular October Term of the Adair Fiscal Court, I, the undersign58 00 ed, was oppointed Commissioner of said court, to settle with A. D. Pat17 54 teson, sheriff of Adair County, his accounts of the collection and disbursei'10 24 ments of the ad valorum tax of 10c on each S100 worth of taxable property 10 00 and a poll tax of 50c poll tax on each taxable poll poll in said county outr 26 40 side the Graded School district of Columbia, levied by the said court at its April term 1912, for the aid of the Common Schools of Adair County. o And the undersigned did, Y'i in the mouth of March 1913, make said and reports the same as folr 3 4s lows, I fine the total taxable property in 337 77 Adair countv for the said 3 ear to he 82,763,833. From this amount I de262 99 ducted the taxable property in the Graded School District of 8592.381.00 leaving a balance of 82, 171,457.00. I 151 93 therefore charged said Sheriff, Patteson 10c ad valorum tax on each S100 19 44 worth of said amount, for said common school purposes, which is 52171.45 :et-tlerae- nt, to-w- it: Adair County News Dr F G Gabbart Mrs Ermine Leach L Akin T.T Bryant Mrs Ermine Leach -- 80 f 25 t 439 3 , 4 v 323 1 7 L M Sanders 55 George Herri 50 Is II Moss 45 H K Taylor 00 J R Garnett 00 J 20 . ford J F Triplett T B Cravens W T Price :Hobt Ingram J N Murrell Harvey Lewis S H Knifley , ER Miller - Geo E Walker W L Simpson F G Gabbart .Bert-Epperso- A Diddle J P Miller L C Nell Miller A D Patteson " 5 00 3 25 19 50 5S 50 2 00 3 20 2 90 3 20 JP JH N H Moss Sanders W H Sinclair W G Ellis Coffey Coffey 2 96 J G Sublett 5 00 Patteson & Denney 2 00 W I Feese 2 00 Curtis Yarberry 2 00 W F Cart w right 9 iV i T W ri o K P Conover 250 00 Robt C Kaltenbacher 2 00 Wood Judd 50 00 Wood Judd 6 00 A H Judd 126 00 Dr U L Taylor 4 00 . Taylor 80 43 Taylor ILL 2 00 fDr A H Ballard 250 00 W B Patteson 2 00 W B Patteson 2 00 I M M 00 00 00 00 48 48 00 80 40 00 00 48 70 50 75 DrUL , 3 44 2 00 3 44 2 00 54 23 58 80 B H Price 2 2 2 350 56 2 2 2 43 271 260 2 2 2 2 00 00 00 00 JP JP Robt Ingram SP Sullivan 19 50 3 00 2 00 17 00 2 61 Z 1' Taj lor Andy Dudley J P & H F Coffey 2 64 J P & H F Coffey Luther Bell Mont Harmon , Pickett & Howard I B Burton 3 00 73 60 47 25 RC SJeal. 2 90 34 00 then gave said Sheriff credit by 10c ad valorum tax on each 3100 thereof R F I was then shown an order releasing a list of forty-thre- e persons from taxes on the aggregate of 88 901 worth of property, wrong fully assessed. Which order is of date December 5, 1912, and filed herewith. I therfore gave said Sher- iff credit by 25c ad valorum tax on each $100 of said $8 901 for G F 1 then, gave said Sheriff credit by 19c ad valorum tax thereon on R F I then gave said Sheriff credit by 6 per cent, penalty back on the 25c ad valorum tax on $14 337 worth of property released after the fiist day 4 00 Total Debits on General Fund $10 Total Credits on General Fund 9 Balance due by Sheriff on 1 General Fuud, for 1912. I 725 504 92 30jjn Adair county to be 3518. From .. ... tins amount x aeaucteu .121 tne num- I find that the total number cf 1 . polls .VII. ber of polls in the Graded School Dis- 2-- 2-- $2tf 40 2-- 2-- 8 96 2-- 2-- 2-- trict, leaviug 3199. I then charged 220 33 saia Sheriff with a poll tax of 50c on each of the 3199 polls for said school RECAPITULATION ROAD FUND purposes for 1912, which make a total DEBITS. of $1599. 50 poll tax. I then charged said Sheriff with the 10c ad valorem tax on each franchise tax on the corporations do$100 of $2 757 253 ing business in Adair County, not in 10c ad valorun tax on 6 59 the Graded School district. each $100 of $6 535 00 7 I then charged ud Sheriff with 6 Franchise tax, Bauk of Columbia, 5170 33 48 67 per cent , penalty ou all unpaid taxes on December I, 1912, in said county, 7 Franchise taxFirst Na31 05 and outside the Graded School distional Bank, $108 63, 7 trict, 3961 29, which made said PatteFranchise tax, Citizens Bank $36 82 10 52 son's debits as follows; 7 DEBITS. Franchise tax, ColumTelephone Co. $5 25 bia I 50 To I0c ad valorum tax on 9 Franchise tax, Farm82 171 457 00 82 171 45 ers Bank Casey Creek Frachise tax on Farmers $49 60 II 02 Bank, Casey Creek II 02 Franchise tax on Grady9 Franchise tax, Gradyville State Bank 3 50 ville State Bank $15 75 3 50 v 9 of 6 pet cent.,- peualty (cuiuiuUbd vti page 3 ) - r- -. V -- A:Ci3fr r?''. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS (Continued from pane 2.) Birdseve view of our Plant Sheriff's iettlemcnt. 3197 6 tithes at 50c each per cent, penalty on Schools part of 857 67 Taxes uncollected Dec, 2-- 9 i 598 50 1, 1912, 12 81 S3 797 28 I then gave said Patteson credit by one receipt for $1200 paid by him to Pearl Hindman, on the 25 day of November 1912, which receipt is marked No. 1, and filed herewith as part hereof. "Largest in Dixie" W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, I then gave said Sheriff credit by another receipt for $1000 paid by him to Miss Pearl Hindman, on the 30th day of December, 1912, which receipt is filed herewith marked No. 2 I then gave said Sheriff credit by 10c ad valo-ruback on $22 683 00 property released by orders of court, which a credit of $22 (58 I then gave said Sheriff m credit by 55 polls releas27 50 two boys were injured at Cam Pointed Paragraphs. den, N. J., when an automobile dashed through a guard rail on The man of few words is usuala ferry boat. ly married. Burglars locked the family and When a fellow owns a smart servants in their rooms and stole dog he does a lot of barking. $20,000 worth of jewelry from Does his satanic majesty look the residence of William Yager, like his picture on the billboard? of Chicago. Being a fast young man enaThe Clark County Democratic Committee has decided to hold a bles one to run through a fortune primary election on June 21 to in record time. Talkingabout it later is the nominate a candidate for postbait that lures many a woman inmaster of Winchester. State Senator Stephen J. Still-wel- l, to having a good time. The most, expensive thing in who was recently exonerated by the State Senate of New the world is getting even and it York on the charge of bribery, is hardly ever worth the price. was Saturday convicted by a jury And a woman can put up a and given ten years in the pen- harder fight with her tongue and itentiary. tears than a man csn with his Newspaper Notes Just Ci'nicisms. Tomorow only exists in th imagination. A pessimist is a man whose warm friends are all dead. After all, life would be mighty monotonous without its illusions. It's a good plan to forgive your enemy, especially if he has Special All Pesrons Notice ed, at 50c each By 6 per cent., penalty back on $27 50 polls released, v 1 then gave said Sheriff credit by 6 Der cent., penalty back on the 10c ad valoum tax on S14 337 00 worth of prop- l 65 you down. Money can get a man into almost as much trouble as it can get him out of. When a man has money to burn, there i3 generally a woman to apply the torch. A peanut politician must be kind that is always looking for somebody to shell out. fists. It really seems as though a When a woman is no longer woman can get sick every time able to detect paint on another the doctor needs the money. erty released after the 1st 1912 ' day of December, 85 CREDITS. receipt toPearl Hindman of date Nov. 25, 1912 Receipt 2 to Pearl HindBy 1 , $1200 00 1 Who Are Behind One Year on. our Subscrip tion Books man of date Dec. 30, 1912 ad volorum tax back on 3 each $100 worth of worth of property released 55 polls released at 50c 10c S22-68- 000 0 , Gper each cent., penalty back on polls released , Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once 6 per cent., penalty back on 10c ad valorem tax on S14337 00 property released after December $2 1st RECAPITULATION. Total Debits on School ' advertisements, including those 27 50 of European firms, and late com tecnical, and foreign l 65 mercial, About news is also published. 20 periodicals are published in China in English, French and 85 German for the benefit of the 252 (55 Europeans living there, but they " ' are all small papers with one ex798" 22 fil Up to 30 years ago hardly a single newspaper existed in China, while today as many as 12 are published in Hong Kong alone.about 20 each in Canton and Shanghai, and one or more in every large city of the interior While Chinese newspapers were of small size formerly, and print- ed hardly anything but local items, they now contain an number of business ever-increasi- ng woman's face the time has come The oppor:unities we are all to consult an occulist. most eager to embrace are natur" g ones. A wise wife is one who pre- ally the tends to be asleep when hubby The girl who says she wouldn't comes in at 2 o'clock in the morn- marry one man in a million ing and knocks over the furni- wouldn't hesitate to marry one ture. Two o'clock is a poor time million in a man. for effective argument. No woman is thoroughly happy Never hit a man when he's until she has a few friends who got you down. can't afford to dress quite as well gooa-luokin- Millinery also shows which way as she can. the wind blows. Revenge generally seeks refuge in a small head. Somehow the majority of our good deeds never .get found out. for stininess a man pays a high price. To acquire a reputation Best Laxative for the Aged. Olc men and women feel the need of a laxative more than young folks, but it must bejsafe and harmless and one which will not cause pain. Dr. King's New Life Tills are especially good for the aged, for they act promptly and easily. Price 25c. Recommended by Ad. Paul I Drug Co. Barnes Who Shot McFarland The Government Fund Fund 3 28 Total Credits on School 2 252 65 1 544 03 Balance due by Sheriff I therefore find and so report that said A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of Adair County, is indebted to the School Fund in said county in tUe sum of $1544 G3 balance, for the year 1912, subject to the delinquent taxes allow ed by the Fiscal Court, All of which is most respectfully reL. C. Winfrey, Com. ported. Adair Fiscal Court. Witness my hand this May 24th, 15)13. Walker IJryant, Clerk, By L. O. Taylor, D. C Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week A Latest News. Splendid We Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone 13 A Clubbing Bargain Offr DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Two men were killed when an automobile was ditched at Mead- ville, Pa. The Adatr Count) And The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One r Year For Only Subscriptions may new ! or rene.wal Final preparations are being fanade at Indianacolis for the Office, Front rooms in Jeffries B'i'd'g third 500 mile automobile race. up Stairs. Girls Canning Clubs in nine - Kentucky Kentucky counties have been Columbia, formed to contest for prizes. Democratic leaders have no hope cf getting the tariff bill G. P. SMYTHE ready in the Senate for debate for before June 10. nRE INSURANCE Five hundred former Ken- and tuckians living at Los Angeles REAL ESTATE had their annual picnic and reunion Monday. Thirty persons were killed and fifty more seriously injured when a pier at Long Beech, Cal., fell Saturday. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentlfat Rev. Lathan Crandall stated at Special attention the Northern Baptist Convenears experience. given to Surgical and Dental work. large cities Office at residence near Graded School tion that in our building. church members are in a minorPHOE NO. 7. N. ity. One .hundred and twenty passengers were lost on the steamer Peafowls Wanted. WELL DRILLER Nevada when it struck three $1.50 to $2.00 each miles in succession in the Gulf of I will drill wells in Adair and Smyrna. W. T. Hodgen. adjoining counties. See me beOne man was drowned and Campbellsville, Ky. fore contracting. Latest machinery of all kinds. It is issued every Thursday, Subscription price SI per year, and it is one of the best home metIt bas all the faciliropolitan weeklies of of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtainties ing the World's events, and for that reason can give you all the leading news It carries a great amount of valuable farm matter, crispt pditorials market reports. Its nuand reliable merous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. Tnis grand ofler is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for the above com bination right now. Call Or mail orders to, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS to-da- y. im-yrov- What The Weekly Enquirer Is Justice is what every man Arrested. wants, provided he may define ception. The Chinese are the greatest it himself. Sheriff I. T. Profitt and his consumers of old nespapers in You must sprint if you would deputy, Mr. Kirk Simmons, last the world. The official returns catch good luck or outfoot the Thursday night arrested Angelo of the Custom house at other kind. Barnes, the moonshiner, who state that that port alone shot Deputy Collector McFarMost Children Have Worms. in 1911 received 1,918 tons of land so dangerously some four old European newspapers. Many mothers think their children weeks ago. He was carried to headIt is not at first easy to dis- are suffering jrom indigestion,costive-nes- Tompkinsville, where h e was ache, nervousness, weakness, cover to what use so much obwhen they are victims o that met by Deputy U. S. Marshal Howmost common of all children's ail- Wise, who brought him to this solete news can be put. ever, 'we gather that the mid- -' ments worms. Peevish, place. He was taken before U. fretful children, who toss and Chinese prefer news- gaind their teeth, wihh bad breath S. Commissioner Smith, and his examining trial set for papers to the native variety as and colicky pains, have all the of having worms, and should be a covering for their walls. It given Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pleas- - row. In default of $3,500 bail, has a greater power of resistance ant candy lozenge, which expels he was lodged in jail in Glasgow bowels, tones up awajt u; trial. Barnes was and affords a more effective bar worms, regulates the Liie system, iiuu luuims cuuumii wen rier to the invasion of the ver- and happy. Kickapoo Worm Killer is traced to the home of his father, guaranteed. Paull Drug Co., or by in the strode section, where he min that plague Chinese houses mail. 35c. Kickapoo Indian Medi- Moreover, the natives are ex- cine Co.. Philadelphia and St. Louis, was found hidden under the bed. Ad. Creed Gray, arrested by Dep perts at cutting out of the newsuty Marshal Wise, in the same papers waistcoats which they Worldly Wisdom. sectioa, was brought here Thurs These wear next to the skin. day, on suspicion of being in to be paper waistcoats are More often it is the man who paitnership with Barnes, but the the best possible protection evidence was lacking, and he was In gets justice than kicks. against a sudden cold snap. Ideals in America are almost released. view of these admirabie uses to Wise also arrested Skinner which European newspapers may as high as the cost of living. One way to become popular is Flippin, Felix Wright and Cora be put it is not surprising to learn that the imports of 1911 to let other people impose on you. Duerson, all of this place, chargPeople who build castles in the ed with bootlegging. Flippin show a considerable increase in. weight. air are never sure of their ground and Wright were held over to the grandjury and released on a bond Some people spend their lives Pepper and ialt. of $200 each for their appeartrying to acquire money to spend. ance in the Federal court in Undertakers get few jobs as Louisville, in October. The DuTlie man who sat down on the the result of people dying from erson woman will have an exspur of the moment will never broken hearts. amining trial before Judge do it again. A man may be one in a thou-son- d Smith Saturday. Until then, Josh Billings says: "Laff every without inspiring envy in she is out on a bond of 200. time yu pheel tickled and laff New-Chwang s, die-cla- ss yra-to- tG-mo- r- . I i i s0 I the other 999. once in a while ennyhow." Marriage is the greatest inciTake Plenty of Time to tat. truly human tomb- dent in a woman's life; in a man's That was a There is a saying that "rapid eatit is the great accident. ing is slow suicide." If you have stone that bore the inscription: "I expected this.but not just yet" Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and formed the habit of eating too rapidly you are most likely suffering from in digestion or constisation, which will result eventually in serious illness unless corrected. Digestion begins in the mouth. Food should be thorough ly ed Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. Give The Adair County News and Daily Courier-Journa- Diarrhoea Remedy. Why should the last boy born Every family without exception to a family be named Doxology? should keey this preparation at hand Because he's the last of the hims. during the hot weather of the Chamberlain's Colic, CholThe schoolboy wrote: "Boston Eemedy is worth is the capital of Massachusetts, a era and Diarrhoea many times its cost when needed and city where 500,000 daily live, sum-mont- hs. masticated and insalivated. Then move and have their beans." J. C. YATES l. The pawnbroker won't advance a cent on your-self-estee- is almost certain to be needed the summer is over. It has no superior for the purposes for which it is intended. Buy it now. For sale by Ad. Paull Drug Co. when, you have a fullness of the itomach or feel dull and stupid after eating, take ote of Chamberlain.s.-Tablets- . Many severe cases of stombefore Ti ach trouble 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. , 3 4-TUB AJUAlK public trust under the United States." Our forefathers left Pubtttfied Every Wednesday the old country and came to America, where they could have - BY THE "Adair County News Company. and exercise religions liberty. Passion and prejudice should (Incorporated.) have no place in our hearts, and 5HAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. we should accord to all religious denominations the same privDemocratic newspaper devoted to the Invest o? the City of Columbia and the people ileges that we enjoy to worship Adair and adjacent countlss. God according to the dictates of conscience. The Catholics d our Entered at the Columbia as class mail matter. of the United States are patriotic and loyal to our government. ED. JUNE 11. 1918. When the tocsin of war is sounded they valiently march under The fact that considerable inour country. The terest is developing in the cam- the banner'of vile slander published in one of paign for Democratic nominathose unprincipled sheets that tion for county offices in this accessory to county, leads us to write the fol- the CatholicsllJwere of our lamentlowing which we deem good in the assassinstion able land beloved President, policy as well as right in princiAbraham Lincoln, was intendple, and in keeping with Demed toIinflame the minds of ocratic preaching throughout the the ignoran t. Some of our country. First, no money r ablest)statesmen are Cathwhiskey should be used by any olics, and they have won candidate to gain an advantage imperishable renown for their xyer his opponent. Second, no servicesin the interest of the misrepresentation or people. Some of our great Genshould be used, but only uperals in theSCivil war were Cathright and fair methods should olics, who won and reprevail. If the contestants will ceived the plaudits of the peomake clean fights there need be ple in recognition of their no fear of defeat later on, but gallant services.gflt these papers should disreputable methods or are trying to foment strife in means of debauchery be used, a order torevive the old "Know-nothin- g rebuke will surely follow in the party" their efforts will final contest. A gentleman can be a failure, for many remember well afford to be defeated by a the tragic scenes in Louisville on gentleman, but the voters of this "BloodylMonday," when many county arefnot in the frame of were killed, brought on by the mind to indorse or aid a man same means as now's employed. who wins by unfair or dishonor- I am not alCatholic, and do not able methods. So far as we are subscribe to their' doctrine, but able to learn, the contest to date let truth andj:justice prevail. is manly, and meets the approvJustice. al of those who believe in upright conduct, and if continued Hearingof Henry Youtsey's postponed the close the result can not be application has-be- en, doubted. Defeat may be disap- indefinitely at his request. pointing, but nojdisgrace, and he Rowes X Roads. iwho gives his opponent as square a deal as he would receive from him, will never have cause to Here is jWhat.nl found on a regret. Again, those who seek tomb stone on Barnett's creek, party honor should remember Adair county: that their conduct largely affects The children 'of Jessie and their party as well as themselves, Nancy Sapp. Adie was born and no true man to party or June 3, 1884 ; Rhoda was born principle will seek personal gain April 2,1885; Bertha was born at the sacrifice of friends. The April 3, 1895;. Carline was born days of blindly iollowing party Oct. 7, 1897; Jessie was born emblems have passed. The 1903. These children w e r e thinking part of the people have burned to death September 15, rebelled against party lash, and 1904. no longer will be led hy appeals Well, we are so wet again this to prejudice or passion. Our week we can't do anything. We nominees must be men of clean have had three big storms this records, qualified and of good week, and wheat cutting is on us report through the contest now so we are in it. on if they win next November, George Hayes, near Montpelier, and there need be no trouble to has a sow that has had 41 pigs in secure uch a complete tickett. 15 months, and 21 days. He says, The campaign so far is moving boys you can buy herlf you have nicely. It is manifesting a spirit money enough. fHE ADAIR OUJNT M"WS COUNTY NEWS Our ec5) Post-offl- ce sec-a- - Annual Inventory We have decided to share profits with our CASH customers for two weeks be ginning June 10th and ending June 24th. On every cash purchase of one dollar or over you will be entitled to 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT. We deem this the best way to give everybody an equal chance to get the benefit of part of our on each and every article in the store, better tha'n making special cut prices on some article in each department, perhaps an article you would not need, but in this sale the 10 per cent discount applies to everything. Our buyer was in the In order to reduce our stock by July 1st. which time we take our at rn 10 DD OFIT Summer Goods mud-slingi- ng market last week and secured at "Closing Out Prices" some very desirable to put in this sale. Our stocks in every department is unusually full and com plete, we have just received a large shipment of goods for almost every line. Remember per cent discount. We are arranging to give some Premiums to our customers during this sale, which will be conspiciously advertised in our store on June 10 In. this profit sharing sale begins Tuesday morning June 10th, and ends Tuesday night, June 24th. You are urged to come as early as possible and get first choice of the good things. Remember the terms, on every cash purchase of $1.00 or over, you will receive Co. &&&&&&&t&&lfy($Qfyfy$s & W? W" sa& i a& . m m Mower or Binder needs repairs, give us the number of the piece and make of Machine, so that we can have it shipped with our Repairs and save you express or postage. -- If your ;S m IS snim m TAi .or buy. Also see our Binders, Mowers and Rakes before you We handle the DEERING LINE. - of rival,y, but keeping within the limits of honorable conduct one toward the other. A3 yet it 5s not settled by any means. "No candidate has a walk over. Democrats are deliberating, try ing to make the best selection by investigation of the real merits of all the applicants, and when the decision has been reached we predict a ticket that will be an honor to the party. The Decoration at Owensby was a success m every way. The crowd was large, the best of or der. Bros. Tarter and Master preached able sermons. We just had a fine time. There were 9 soldiers on the ground, 8 Union 1 Confederate. We all acted as one man. week on a visit. TV he Jeff nes Hardware Co w WWI yik Q?i; ksi; 3&g& "OiiS? I am much pleased to notice your article in the issue of June the 4th on extremeism. It is to be regretted that papers are being circulated in this county, which contain inflammatory , articles that tend to array Protestants against Catholics.. The Constitution of the United. States in Article six reads; "No relig-'ious test shall ever be required .as a qualification to any office or I Dr. Thomas L. Higginbottom, Her foot has Mrs. Frank Blakey is real sick got better and she seems to be a wife and little daughter, Pauline, this week. She has been in bad little stouter than she has been of Liberal, Kans., have been visiting their parents here and rehealth for some time. for a while. turned home last week. Bill Pieice is confined to his Creelsboro. Mr. Wm Higginbottom, o f room with lung trouble. this placeT is spending a few Bill Cook went 'to Columbia Mr. Ernest Gore returned to weeks in Bell Plains, and Liberthe other day and brought his Kans. grandson, Buford Helm, back his home in Montana last week. al, Mrs. W. N. Stokes and Miss Miss Emma Black has been on with him to stay a few days. Mary Stokes Bradshaw, of Horse John Oaks is out cutting wheat the sick list for some time, but Shoe Bottom, have been visiting this week. Look out for John is improving rapidly and is able friends here. Voils next week with his thrash- to be out again. The bank building here was Miss Fannie Allen, of Irish sold last week to John D. Irvin, er. ' Bottom is visiting her .sister, one of the stock holders. Price Miss Ada Bibee is- here this Mrs. Buster, - Good Farms IN Taylor and Adjoining Counties r For Sail Also Nice Resident Property In Campbellsville See!N. W. MILLER'S Real Estate Agency , Campbellsville, Ky.j . : . $1000.00. Before buying. -- n. - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f Russell' county," subject to the action of the voters of the'iRepublican - party expressed at the primary August 2nd, 1913. OUtstft- - - Hatcher.: DrAlBaKins row wer tL Absolutely Puke The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tarta? foods Makes delicious home-bake- d oi maximum quality at mliiiiimm cost Makes home balrfng $S&3, m. I pleasant and profitable Bryan Horn, 15 years old. son of G. W. Hord, was stabbed by Assessor. his brother, Paul, aged 13, last Friday evening about 6:00 o'clock We are authorized t o announce and died Tuesday following. The LEVL FOLEY, of Webb's precinct, particulars of the affair are not Russell coumty. a candidate for of said county, subject to the known, as no eye witnesses were action of the Republican party, ex-- 1 present The affair has cast a pressed at the August primay. gloom of sadness over,this entire section as the boys belonged to For County Attorriey. one of the best families of this county. The funeral services !Newsj to anI desire, through the were conducted by Rev. Barnett nounce myself a candidate for the e nomination, for the oilice of County at the Baptist church, Attorney for RussellCounty, subject The remains were t o the action o f the Republican terred in Brookside Cemetery in in voters of said county, at the coming August primary. the presence of one of the largest J. II. Stone. concourse of sorrowing friends in this county. Mr. and Mrs. As-ess- rszag&ssss -- 3 IN THE HEART OF THE" THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY Camp-bellsvill- Hotel Henry Watterson nHHBHMMnv aaMmHHHMn MMBnmvMBnMHH Louisville's Most Modern Hotel Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, you'll find evers comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent Restaurant service The Cafe is in charce of Experts and the cuisine and srrvico is unexcelled. Our prices are most moderate. European service, "Zf)( but choice of club breakfast, each oul' person Table d'hote luncheon from !2:C0 to fj( 2:00 p. in., per person to OI Of) Table d'dote dinner, from ?A.VV m.. T.r Rathskeller c?tn from 4:CQ p. in. to 1:00 3. n. 0 G.-0a ANNOUNCEMENTS . the voters of said party at the August primary. I FOR REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce LIL BURN PHELPS a candidate to reure sent RusseU and Casey counties in the next Legislature, subject to the action of the Republican voters, expressed at the August primary. 236 vV. Jefferson, St. dition from the first, and the Louisville, Ky, a) 8 doctor did not entertain any hopes ESS? Ail Things Electrical rj JS 18 of his recovery. n He was 10 over Green and Taylor Write for 45 5 50 counties on account of a large reWireless Telegraph Pamphlet lationship. His funeral services 25 " Telegraph Inst. 2 50 were at Bethel church, and were o " Telephone conducted by Rev. Stafford. He " COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT Medical Battery We are authorized to announce TTor a short time only the Globe was buried in the church ceme candi GORDON MONTGOMERY a Tailoring Company will give FREE, tery. Hjs family has the sympa- " Electric Light date for County Attorney,, 3UDjecLT.o, We are authorized to announce ELI wifch everv suit a , or uair!,, thy o the entire community tha action of the Democratic voters STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate measLinemen Tools and Line Material of Adair, expressed at the August )fortne Democratic nomination foi of trouseis- J primary. County School Superintendent 'sub ure Candidates are quite numerous Reed & Miller, Agents. ject to the oction 01 the August pri in our county, and are making Flem Anderson iast week. Con Ad. TVe authorized to3 announce 11. L rrmry. CAMPBELL a candidate for County an active canvass. sideration $900. We are authorized to announce Attorney of Adair, subject to the ac-For Sale. PROF. TOBIAS II.UFFAKER a cantion of the Democratic voters at the There are three candidates for Mr. Morgan Turner sold one didate for Superintendent of Public August primary. Our Jersey Bull, Pure Bred, v9l Schools of Adair county, at thelXo-vembe- r County Judge, Judge E.N. Tuck horse to J. T. election. serve at $ .00 at the gite. He One S year-olmare mule 15i hands ve are auu.onzea to announce uiehiglwen broken, well built, good er, J. W. Rice and U. G. Hen - 'Davis for $140. FOR SHERIFF. is good :.ie wd coraes from a candidacy of J. Y.DUDLEY for Coun- drickson. The roilroad debt is Mr. W. H. Spear his institut- - J great family noled for Dairy proare authorized to announce ty School Superintendent, subject to style. Ve JOHN M. WOLFORD a candidate for the action of the Democratic voters the acsorbing question, and the ed an electric plant at his home. ' j ducts. C. Wheeler, at the August primary. Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the Knifley, Ky. taxpayers are going to demand The electicity is generated r.y j action of the Progressive Republican Garrison Bros. 30-- 1 Ad. party, expressed at the August primaa published statement o f the wrter power. He contemplats FOR SENATOR. Near Columbia. ry. views of each candidate light to several of his furnishing Notice. Judge. Such a demand is right neighbors. We are authorized to announce S. H mrat nf ,htw f.mmr.v iC!. n. M1TCHELL a candidate for sheriff, rtidntp Vn wnrwant. tua ir;ni za,trri. been in school at B;winjr Green lilly, dark bay, with for the people should not be mis A of Adair county, subject to the action ai district in the next Senate of Ken-o- f Cane Valley. heavy mane and tail, left home May led by any one in order to gain for five months, r. turned homa the Democratic voters of said tucky, subject to action of county, expressed at the August pri- - Republican party, theexpressed at the 27. Any one giving me iniormation as the last Thursday. their suffrage. We can be re mary. lui.i August primary. The district is com of her will be liberally rewarded. Willie Pierce, of Mason City, posed of the counties f Adair, CumWillie Humphrey, Mrs. Rav Page and daughter. lieved by having a Fiscal Court berland, Clinton. Rnssell and Wayne. 31 Cane Valley. We are authorized to announce A. A ana lei- - VIiss Catherine, were visiting in who can act with some compe - !111' watJ vlslUilg inena MILLER a candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the Demoatives here several days of last Marion county several days: last; 1 am prepared to do vetenary work, tency. We are authorized to announce E. cratic primary to be held in August. M. COX, of Albany, a candidate lor have a complete' set of implements, WPPk week. Senator in this the IGth Senatorial took a full course in vetenary school. Mrs. Nancy Subiett, aered 91. district subject to the action of the now offer my services to Mrs J. w. Forth is quite iee- We are authorized to announce Republican party in the August pri- I Wm H. Russell, who has beei? those who died at the home of her BURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier, a mary. think their stock worth the small fee ble at this writing. Mrs. Forth confined at his home for the nast. candidate for the Democratic nominaMr. Wood Buchanan, Sunof a vetenary surgeon when an accition for Sheriff of Adair County, subFOR ASSESSOR. dent, sickness or disease threatens day evening. She was a most is a fihe lady and we are sorry month s aDie to walk out a little ject to the August primary. life. We are authorized to announce R.A Little Mary, daughter of Mrs estimable old lady, always bear- to see her so feeble. Robt. Hudson, WAGGENER a candidate for the FOR COUNTY CLERK. Quite a good number of people Willie Hutchison, was serious'y ing her burdens and cares withGlensfork, Ky. Democratic nomination for Assessor of Adair county subject, to tne action out complaint. Her remains were from this place attended the ill several days of last week. We are authorized t o announce of the August primary. For 5?le. WALKER BRYANT a candidate for interred at her home at Green burial of Mrs. Nancy Subiett at Mrs. Finis Cundiff, who has County Court Clerk, subject to the We the Green river bridge last Mon- been confined to her room for of the Democratic voters of JAKE are authorized to announce action Three nice cottages, two with six River Bridge, after a few apCHELF a candidate Adair county, expressed at the August or of Ad3ir county, subject for Assessto the ac- rooms each, one with three rooms, propriate remarks by her pastor, day. She was a sister of Mrs. the past :w weeks is not primary. tion of the Democratic voters of said good water and out buildings, lots adcounty, expressed at the August priRev. Pierce. She was a member E. C. Subiett, this place. much. join. The rental value pays taxes, in Ve are authorized to announce L. mary Fitchpatnc, of color, is Nelson of Souls Chapel cKhrch. su ranee and interest on S4,000. She Mr. and Mrs Kuel Edrington Y. GABBERT a candidate for County Court Clerk of Adair County, subject Address II. N. Beauchrimp, We are authorized to announce G. leaves six daughters and one son one of the oldest citizens Cane and Mr. Omer Edrington, of to the action of the Progressive Re- A BRADSHA W a candidate for AsCampbellsville, Ky. Box 222, publicans of said county. who are among the best people Valley has since the death of sev Highland Park, were visiting sessor, subject to the action of the Adv. Democratic voters of Adair county, eral old citizens last year. He here last week of our county.. expressed ati the August primary. To Timber Men. Jailer. Virginia 86 years Campbellsville can boast of 25 was born in We are authorized to announce J. D. Best Laxahve lor the Aged. belonged to Bill Fitch-patriTo the Democrats of Adair County, EUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, a In all probability, ago and am representing E. R. Spotswood automobiles. Oic men and women feel the need f I hereby announce my candidacy for candidate for Assessor, subject to the & ISon, Lexington, Ky. want to buy He run race horses for a laxatiw more than oung folks, butf I no other town pf its size in the county suoject. to tne Democratic voters at the August pri tiiuim ui luiur Waggener and Bill Owens in it must be sate and harmless and one1 action of Democrats in the August boundaries of timber in Adair and ad State has as many to its credit. Ed primary. If nominated, I will use all mary. King's-Newill joining counties. Address, the early fifty's and rarely ever whichLii'm noi causee--pain. Drgood honorable means in my power to adC. M. Herriford, Pins re p:cia.:y fof Mrs. Frank Wade, who has lost a race. He won several vance the interest of my associates We are authorized to announce Columbia, Ky. the aged, for the act ptomptly audi and if elected will discharge the ERNEST CUNDIFF a candidate been sick tor some time, is im- times his worth witn a mare easilv. Price 2fc. Kecoir.mencieri bf duties of the office impartially, I ask Assessor of Adair county, subject for f Ad. to your support. d Paul Dnac Co proving. the action of the Progressive RepubliYours truly S. G. Denny. they called Patty Hopkins, near Foxes Wanted. can party, expressed at the August Mr. Charles Steges, a success- - the toll gate at Columbia. We We are authorised to announce J. Z. primary. full teacher of this place, will all wish uncle Nelson many more PICKETT a candidate for Jailer of GreV Foxes 82.50, Red Foxes S5.00; teach at Spurlington thiscoming happy years. It SURVEYOR. Adair county, subject to the action of 0 Sfi.00 to 38.00 each; Coons Sl:25, Minks the voters of the Progressive RepubliMr. and Mrs. R. T. Dudgeon ix m I hereby announce myself a candi- and express. Send name .of your ex- term. can party, expressed at the August date for Surveyor of Adair county, at were visiting Mrs. Tom Murrah 9 R. A. Turner has been offered primary. the August primary subject to the' ac- press office in first letter. tion of the Republican,party. 'A W. T. Hodgen, an extra inducement to teach at at Elkhorn last week. We are authorized to announce LUBf BOURBON POULTRY CURE" 'EG: Hardwick. Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. Ad THER BELL a candidate for Jailer, Elkhorn. He is considering it Misses Bertha Dillingham and down a chick's throat enre subject to the action of the DemocratA ew drops la Russell County Announcements. water cures andi ic voters of Adair county at the August I keep on hands a full stock of and in all probability will ac- Clara Robertson, of Egypt, paid priTe.1l.ts c5lera, diarrhoea. primary. coffins and caskets, also robes; cept. !d?rcll,kdIsease3- - On us a flying visit last Sunday. makes 12 gallons of For Jailer. hearses. Prompt service night or day. medicine At all druggists, Sample and booklet on "Dis- Miss Julia Penick, an accomPhone 29. Campbell bought 30 are authorized to announce C. We Mr. R. H. cases ut .rowis" sent FEEB. J. F. Triptett, G. JEFFRIES a Democraticjcandidate We are authorized to announce 45--1 yr Bourbon Remedy Co. Ieiisgtes,i.( acres of unimproved land from plished young tea'cherwho has Columbia, Ky. for Jailer of Adrir county, subject to SAM HART a candidate for Jailer of Ad. I authorized to announce Oliver Willis a candidate for the We are authorized to announce W. Democratic nomination for Jailer of Adair County, subject to the action T. McFARLAND a candidate for of the Democrats of this county in the County Judge of Adair count', subjec August primary. to the action of the Progressive Re We are authorized to announce JO publican party. Z. CONOVER a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action Local Market. We are authorized to announce of the Progressive party in the Authat TANNER (XBTLEY is a candi- gust primary. date for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the expression of We announce authorized Eggs Democrats at the August primary, JAMESare VAUGHANtoa candidate W. 1913. Hens . j for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party Chickens We are authorized to announce Dr. in the August primary. Cocks N. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a candidate for Judge of the Adair Turkeys We are authorized to announce W. County Court, subject to the Demow cratic voters who will express their H. WILSON a candidate for Jailer of Geese choice at the August primary. Ducks Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wool spring clipping. We are authorized to announce J. Hides (green) W. TUPMAN a candidate for Judge of are authorized o anuounec Feathers Adair county court, subject to the R.We ENGLISH, nf t.h tVilltnwn nrp.- S. will of the Democratic voters of Adair cinct, a candidate for Jailer of Adair Ginseng county, at the August primary. county, subject to the action of the! Beeswax... Democratic voters of said county, ex- - j Yellow Root pressed at the A ugust primary. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY n MayApple(per lb) We are ! Tc-day. I For County Judge. Additional Locals. 12 12 15 4 7 7 tho oiiryinotliit n one, and it is hard for them to bear the burden Miss Ethel Burdett, New Market, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Maggie Turner, at rhis place. Mr. J. R. Price, who has been seriously sick for a few days, is VtaTO .... . I Elceantly Furnished Room3 with hot and CI fiA cold running water and private ?A.UV toilet, per day Klcgantly Furnished Rooms vith Private Bath, per.day SJft j.L.uv 1 $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Large Sample Rooms with Private Bath, per day Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City Reservation, should be made whenever possible. , ROBT. B. JONES. Manager. GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Mgr. Horzii Patted, Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotel Asslet (open May 12, 1913), Atlanta, Ga., tinder same management and ownership. vJ" OO Zf) improving Mr. B. H. Hatcher, who has been a landmark in this community for a number of years, died on the 4th. He was not sick one week. He was in a precarious ren- SJ53SBBnEZMEaEE3E j Herman C Tafel well-know- i ' I ! - to-da- y. 1 i I - 31-- 2t 1 r Jersey Bui! 1 j three-year-o- ld d ! J 4 for i t two-year-o- ld i i j j j , i j , ! son-in-la- w, . 31-3- t. im-prov- ing 2(i-t- f. c. . 27-t- i glgSW ONEu r J s sj 60P g THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS Sensible. Women Know Foundation of Health As health talks to women become more general, both in the newspapers and on the platform, the mass women are beginning to realize what of more the cultivated have always known, that good health cannot be found in a powder box. The externals of health may be obtained in that way, but the basis of nealth lies deeper, and. yet is just as easily obtained. The most important thing a woman can do for herself, andthat about which she is often most neglectful, is to watch the condition of her stomach and bowels. The weary eyes, the bad breath, the frequent headaches, pimples, the general air of lassitude the is nine times out of ten the result of constipation or indigestion, or both. Many simple remedies can be obtained, but the best in the estimation of most women is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is mild, pleasant to the taste and exactly suited to her needs. It is far superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters, etc., which are entirely too violent. Women should see to it that they have at least one movement of the bowels each day, and when showing any tendency 10 constipation snouiu taKe Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in the small dose prescribed. A brief use of it will so train the stomach and bowel muscles that all forms of medicine can be dispensed with. These opinions are voiced by thousands of women, after personal experie.ice, among them Miss V. L. Moore, 32 Claiborne St, Nashville, Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St, Monticello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. Train Seven Years Late. Bits of Worldly Wisdom. There is at least one instant on record of a train reaching its destination seven years late. This was on the Gulf and Inter-stat- e railway, now included in the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe system. The train started on a 71 mile journey on SepThirty-thre- e tember 8, 1900. miles out it was surrounded by waters from the Gulf of Mexico, which had flooded the railway. When the water subsided, the train was high and dry on the prairie, the only rails left being those on which it stood. For miles up and down the line not a vestige of track remained, says the Railway Magazine. The en gine and four cars were abandoned, and remained a landmark. Eventually the affairs of the Gulf and Interstate reviewed. The road was rebuilt, and at last the rails from either end were connected with those under the long overdue train. Mechinists looked over the rusty locomotive found it in good condition, they fired her up, and moved off. The news was telegraphed to PortBoIiver, the terminus, and when the train, more than seven .years late, arrived, the time of her and length of delay were gravely chalked on the bulletin board. Man If a woman lacks modesty she modestly conceals it. There is quite a difference between taking a brace and taking a bracer. Marriage may make a man of FOR CANNING SMALL FRUIT. a drunkard or it may make a A lady reader of these notes gives drunkard of a man. the writer the following recipe for strawberries, Nowadays the "death do us other small fruits and has given him part" lines in the wedding cer- a can of fine looking strawberries as proof that the method she follows is emony merely mean the death of a success: She first sterilizes her cans canning ALFALFA EXPERIMENTS. In vtew of the widespread as well as Increasing Interest in the subject of alfalfa growing it is worth giving a summary in this department of bulletin No. 136, which has been lately issued by the Nebraska experiment station and tells of the experience of farmers in different parts of the state in getting a vstart with this valuable legume. Twelve farmers in the work, carrying it on according to suggestions and directions of the station directors. In this experimental work it was the aim to try out and compare the effect of three treatments in securing a stand of alfalfa and ,on subsequent growth-fir- st, liquid nitrogen cultures sent out by the United States department of agriculture; second, soil from well established alfalfa fields, and, third, farm manure. Owing to the prevalence of drought and grasshoppers during the years 1910 and 1911 there was a failure on the part of some of the to get a stand, but the results secured by those who did get a stand brought out the following conclusions: That the use of farm manure in proper amounts and properly applied is to be strongly recommended, that where difficulty is experienced in getting a stand the soil should be inoculated and that inoculation with soil from a well established alfalfa field or sweet clover patch gave uniformly better results than were secured by the use of liquid cultures. SOME froeeee3Gc 1 rowxxxxxxxxt)axxix:xx WEEKLY PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by COURIER -J- OURNAL 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 DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. AND 50c j. js. lox, Joiiet, jjj. $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. J C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY COURIER JOURNAL Eifc. AND THE -- ADAiR COUNTY NEWS BOTHjONE YEAR For ftl.50 you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. i Special Fistulo, Attnetin (o Eyes 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 Btables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. 0NBURK5V1LLE raspberries and love. wife nowadays for her beauty is like choosing a horse for its trappings both can be removed. To choose a If a man has ever loved us, it is characteristic of your sex to hear of his marriage with an instinctive pang of regret. If you find it difficult in writ- ing to express all the sweet things you would say to her, try expressing a few sweets by the pound. and covers with boiling water, then fills them with the uncooked berries, setting the cans in a dishpan containing a quantity of warm water. Prior to this she has prepared her sirup, which is boiling hot. As soon as the water in the pan is brought to a boil the cans containing the berries are removed to a platter and the sirup is then poured over them. As the bervolume ries shrink some, reducing-thin the cans, enough sirup is added so that the cans run over. The covers are then screwed on, and the job is done. The chief advantage of this method seems to be that the berries retain their shape much better than where they are cooked for some time. SEED CORN TESTS. Recent tests which the students, of the agricultural course of the high school in the writer's home town have made of a large supply of seed corn saved last fall have brought out two interesting facts first that ears that were picked and hung up in September before any heavy frost occurred show a practically perfect germination test, while ears that were picked after the first heavy freeze not only show a larger number of dead kernels, but in many instances the germinating power of those that grow is weak. If the average farmer would act on the information contained in these tests pick his corn before there is any frost and use care in keeping it dry during the winter there would be practically no such thing as a seed corn problem. IMPORTANT TO DAIRYMEN. Dailv iCuuTier-Joiirn- al, Yr $6.00 $2.00 Joseph 3 H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- iinnay Courier-Journ- al, Yr Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : We can give you a combination cut ration Daily or Sunday if you will write Jamstown, Kentucky this paper. Why .. I i-- ? Gentlemen, Take Notice! iT.dT "3Ti-7- 7 A4-- B Not , x fb s ra i "All is not gold that glitters" affects a man but little where a woman is concerned it's the glitter, not the gold, that he desires. Shake Off Your Rheumalism. Now is the time to get rid.of your cent rheumatism. Trp a twenty-Hivbottle of Chsmberlain's Liniment and see how quickly your rheumatic pains disappear. SoldbyPaull Drug Co. Ad. e God Bless the. Girl Who Works. Coughs and Breaks Ribs. God bless the girl who works. After a frightful coughing spell a man in Xeeuali, Wis., felt terrible pains in his side and his doctor found two ribe had been broken. What y Dr King's New Discovery would have saved him. A few teaspoonsful end a late cough, while persistent use routs obstinate coughs, expels stubborn colds or heals weak, sore ungs. "1 feel sure it's a Godsend to humanity," writes Mrs. Efiie Mornon, Columbia, Mo.., "for I believe 1 would have consumption if I had noc used this great remedy." Its guaranteed to satisfy, and you can get a free trial bottle or at Pauh Drug Co. Ad. ag-Chto-da- washing, sweeping o r factory Even the opened-face- d man grease. But they are honest should shut up occasionally. They stay misfortune hands. When a woman says: "I don't from the home, they support the ones maybe, they .care what the neighbors say," invalid loved are moving potent shields that she don't say it loudly. protect many a family from the During the honeymoon when poorhouse. God bless the girl other women look at her hus- that works. Exchange. band, the bride thinks they envy Guaranteed Eczema Remedy. She is not too proud to earn her own living nor ashamed to be caught at her daily task. She smiles at you from behind the There is a desk or counter. sweet memory of her in everything she touches. She is like a brave mountaineer, already far up the preciepice, climbing struggling, rejoicing. The sight is an inspiration. It is an honor to know this girl and to be worthy of her esteem. Lift your hat to her young man, as she passes by. She is a queen in the Pointed Paragraphs. realm of womanhood. She is a princess among the toilers. Her Widow often rush i n where hands may be stained by dishyoung girls fear to tread. It looks very much as if the day was not far distant when all dairymen furnishing milk to cities of any considerable size would be compelled to test their cows yearly for the detection of tuberculosis. The supreme court of the United States has affirmed the decision of a lower court granting municipalities the right of insisting on this test, and this gives the necessary foundation. The wise dairyman who looks to the future of his business will not only take the steps necessary to eradicate the disease, but will look carefully to the conditions under which his cows are kept so as to reduce to a minimum the likelihood of the development of the disease. And he will be justified in advertising his milk as from tuberculin tested cows. POOR MANAGEMENT. The Nebraska College of Agriculture last year sent out inquiries to 2,000 farmers who are engaged in the growing of wheat and found that with but few exceptions they burned their straw. The station officials say that in effect these, farmers, as well as thousands of others who follow the same practice in Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma, are guilty of arson and are directly impairing the productivity and physical quality of their soils. The station discourages this practice and urges the ue of the straw as a roughage for winter feeding, as a fertilizer, as a preventive of soil blowing, to improve the drainage, to loosen heavy and adhesive soils and for bedding. PRACTICAL EXPERIMENT. more needed or practical experiNo ment could be conducted by the class in agriculture in many sections than that of making a test of alfalfa growing. Directions best suited to the climatic and soil conditions of any locality would be gladly furnished by the directors of the state agricultural college. Rightly, conducted, such an experiment would furnish just the data that dozens of .farmers in the territory tributary to the school would be only too glad to get The experiment would unquestionably prove both practical and Interesting. A commendation, who is capable, discreet and executive. I have seen timid, meek, little body fairly bbom into womanhood strong, under the tonis and the cordial of companionship with her husband who really went out of his way to find occasion for showing her how fully he trusted her judgment, and how tenderly he deferred to her opinion. In home life there should be tno jar, no striving for place, no insisting on prerogatives or division of interest. The husband and the wife are each the compliment of the other. And it as much his duty to be cheerful as it is hers to be patient; his right to bring joy into the door as it is hers to garnish the pleasant interior. A family where the daily walk of the father makes life a festival is filled with something like heav-l- y benediction. self-distrusting na rs c5 u '.a? v a m r. tr. w W. Va a. r. dings and her mending baskets, " emia Ttim: tux a Guyaa, m as C.E. Hatfield. 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL URVGGISTS, counts the hours until he returns at night, and renews her youth Of course there is risk in marin the security she feels of his approbation and admiration. riage but every normal man is You may think it weak and child- fond of anventure. ish, if you please, but it i3 the Makes the Nation Gasp. admired wife, who hears word The awful listjof injuries on a Fourth of praise and receives smiles of of July stsggers humanity. Set over A sunshiny husband makes a merry, beautiful home, worth having, worth working for. If a man is breezy, cheery, considerate and sympathetic, his wife sings in her heart over her pud- "V." I I I .f?'j.'rr 11 -- i yr . j I 'a ? Ki:AC3'!uacanFfu mo great di-- ti ydsrs. I tritt many thinp lur i t:K "..rJp. ti." :::'-- : 'Ovnifc tbti bL-- pills or meiiciuo I cw r tn d u o w ii juw T Read The .'. P er king's gff&PMS?! Courier Journal? HENRY WATTERSON self-relia- nt against it, however, is the wonderful healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of thousands, who suffered from burns, cuts, bruises, bullett wounds or explosions. Its the quick healer of boils, ulcers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 25c at Paull Drug Co. Ad. Editor. We Can furnish! The Adair etmty News Before making up your mind be sure that you have the riht kind of material in stock. Ulcers and SKin andjathe Troubles. Weekly Courier-Journal is-jus- t If you are suffering with any old, running or fever sores, ulcers, boils eczema or other skin troubles get a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve and will get relief promptly. Mrs. Bruce Jones, of Birmingham, Ala., suffered from an ugly ulcer for nine months and Bucklen's Arnica Salue cured her in two weeeks. Will help you. Only 25c. Recommended by Paull Drug Ad. Co. The personal effects of the estate of Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give libera combination rate with Daily at public auction at the Ilaynes 2t the late John W. Hayiies will be sold resi- dence near Montpelier, on June 14. J. V. Dudley, Admr. 31-Ad. her. The constant burning, itching, red- disagreeable effects of The man who throws himself ness, rash and salt rheum, itch, piles eczema, tetter, at a young widow's head will and irritating skin eruptions can be soon find himself under her or foot, thumb " ly persuade them to right action, and health follows. 25c at Paull Drug Co. Move on Nowl says a policemanlto a street crowd, and whack heads if it don't. "Move on now," says the big, harsh mineral pills to bowel congestion and suffering iollbws. Dr. King's iNew Life Pilis don't bulldoze the bowels. They gent- readily cured and the skin made clear and smooth with Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Mr. .T. C. Eveland, o f Bath, 111., says: "I had eczema years and had tried everytwenty-Jiv- e thing. All failed When i found Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment I found a cure " This ointment is Che formula of a physician and has been in use for years not and experiment. That is why we guarantee it. Paull Drug Co , or by mail. Price 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. Ad Can't Keep It Secret The splendid work of Chamberlain's Tablets is dails becoming mor,e widely known. Xo such grand remedy for Ends Hunt for Rich Girl. stomach and liver troubles has ever Often the hunt forla rich wife ends been known. For sale by Panll Drug Ad. when the mau meetfc a woman that Co. strong uses Electric Bitters. Her nerves tell In a bright broin and even complex temper. Her peach-blooion and ruby lips result from her pure If blood; her bright eyes from restful sleep; her elastic step from firm, free muscles, alrtelling of the health and strength Electric Bitters give a wom or Sunday Courier Journal. ComWrite Courier-Journpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. al jMp man, and the ffeedom from indigestion, backache, headache, fainting iDBOP fee and dizzy spells they promote. Every where they are woman's favorite remedy. If weak or ailing try them. 50c Ad. at Paull Drug Co. WSade A Wew Of Him. down a chick's throat cures capes. A few drops In the s "I was sufferiLrgfrom pain in iny artnklng water cures and a stomach, 11. prevents cholera, diarrhoea BT A lcnnhead and back.'' writes Tr.tr! T J.. XLiaivu. TJnlAI, XI. fJ tauu iui and other chick diseases. One luiciuili not o A 1 iver work right, Mc bottle makes 12 gallons of and kidneys did medicine At all druggists. Dut lour bottles oi iiecmc uiuers Sample and booklet on "Dismade me feeJ ''ke 3 new man." eases of Fowls" sent FREE. PRICE 50 CTS. i ALL DRUG STORES. Bewbon Remedy Co.taisgta,!. Gf BOURBON POULTRY CURE i Man THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ' Stubborn Case of two doctors," writes Mrs. R. L. Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pronounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weak- "I was under the treatment owm affi BY fKEFRR AKVJU t -- 1 ,jfffjP' ijf A Minnesota farmer has found a very effective method of getting rid of pock- -' et gophers to be punching holes runways with an end gate rod or broomstick and dropping in raisins, the seeds of which have been replaced with crystals of strychnia sulphate. into-thei- r i I ONE EVIL OF HIGH PRICED , W. I Tanner Ottley Rttofney-flt-liac- LAND. Close confinement is contrary to na ness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui. I used it about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years, has gone, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui." F.ETRIGC REGISTER. ROCKTORD.IA. CORRESPONDENCE JIIIIK fl IEar...tLUr- - ture and has a tendency to make ani-- mals, as well as human beings, morose and ugly. It is true of the herd bull and a family dog. many of both kinds of animals being rendered both dan- gerous and largely useless by following this policy. ' .J SOUCl JF HZ& Woman'sTonn if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any of the troubles so common to women. This matter must not be reprinted without special permission. Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the vomanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up fiie womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today. Write to: Udics Advisory Dept. Chatlanooea Medicine Co.. Chattanoora. Tenn.. book, "Home Treatment for Women," tent free. J 52 for Special Instnxtaas. and se Shipments of raw cotton from the United States to France alone last year were worth SU7.000.000. Corn silage and bright, clean hay make a good ration for dairy cows, and good yields of milk have been reported where no other food was given. The housewife may at times Qnd it worth remembering that a pinch of soda added to milk that is close to the souring point will keep it from curdling on being heated. wl It is best not to cut asparagus after the 1st or middle of June for northern latitudes. ThN will enable the stalks to make a vigorous growth and will mean a corresponding development of tin root system. If the feathery tops are wanted later in the summer for purposes of decoration they should be cut sparingly and scatteriugly way clear to 'buy land at S100 They are doubtful an acre. about being able to keep Interest and taxes paid on land at this price, even though they could pay half the amount at once. The very prosperity which has overtaken this generation of farmers and landowners has discouraged the oncoming generation, and the result is more land ownership by nonfarmers. more farm tenants and fewer people e on the land. Country Gentle- e man. Farmers boys do not see their u Will practice in all the Ky. Courts Columbia, THE aw w m aeoeeeeaeo9eoeeo9o IF YOU HAVE TO MOVE HOGS. .aw sv W a Brf'4 Ktfr. Easily Made Portable House For Swine Is a Great Convenience. The state drainage commissioner of The Colorado experiment station dethe state of Missouri is authority for scribes the house shown in cut as folthe assertion that his home state leads lows: all others in the work of reclaiming It is eight feet wide, eight feet long swampy and overilowed lands. Dur- and the roof Is eight feet in length, ing the past five years more than making the building seven feet high. 1,000.000 acres have been reclaimed and projects are afoot for the redemption of o.OOO.(XX) acres more There is a sort of grim and satisfying humor in the way that the old skinflint and bulldozer who has starved and worried the very life out of his first wife is made to "loosen up" and stand around when wife Xo. 2 appears on the scene. Often he has taken the younger woman for an easy mark, but he has a rude and abrupt awakening. A 22 caliber rifle is TIMES FOR BRIGHTER, 1913 BETTER, BiGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF fMT 4V V-- t Program Of The It would seem as if the balmy fall and winter had been about offset by the chilly days of April and May and that there should be some warm, growing weather ceutfng tousv i THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS YOU $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR i Fourth District Convention which will Convene with the Antioch Church, Casey County, June 8:00 8:10 27-2! In waging a dandelion extermination campaign there is little use in digging up the plants at the blossoming period unless the blossoms afe "removed arid. destroyed, foFlf they arejeftmany of J.hem will mature seed and scatter It, -"portable noa hocselthe best weapon The door in front Is two and a half If for dispatching the small red squirr'el feet wide, jhree feet high and another that may be making headquarters at the baplc, hear the top, is 12 by IS WILL SEND 0RDIE - , -- - 9, 1913 j ! ', FRIDAY EVENING SESSION. Song Service led by Devotional Bible Study by Address by Appointment of Committees Encourage the boy by letting him have some of the money he gets for the sale of stuff from the garden which he has helped care for. The Scripture saying that "the laborer is worthy of his hire" applies to boys as well as men. about tb premises. These little wretches wiTT raid and kill a nestful of half groWJi birds quicker than any bird enemy the writer kiiows of. Inas much as the birds have an economic value and the squirrels navo Uot, the latter should be put out of the way. 8:20 8:50 SATURDAY MORNING SESSION. 9:00 9:10 9:20 9:40 10:00 10;20 10:40 11:00 Luther Young j " There is no kind of garden flower Z. T. Williams ' that is hardier or easier to raise than the violet. It has few pests and J. W. Masters, of Corbin, Ky. thrives under the same general condi- tions as does the wild violet A root or two will give a very large return in I . 11:20 Al Royalty Song Service led by J. W. Clark Devotional Bible Study by DistrictjPresident Address by State Worker Conference, the 913 Front Rank Standard ' State Worker Address, The New Crusade, Men's Cuartette Special Music Service of the Bible School to Country and Village Churches W. G. Montgomery C. W, Harrison the Bible School The Pastor's Places in Luther Young The Bible School as a Means of Christian Education Departmental Conference by J. W. Clark . . 1 , "care satisfaction for the trouble taken to . for them. The best tluieto thin either peaches ' orapples is when they range nbout the size of a hickory nut It will be impossible to get all of the thinning done when the fruit is just this size, but the nearer one can come to doing it the better. Peaches should be thinned to five or six inches apart on the tree, depend- ' ing somewhat upon size, while apples should be thinned to six or seven inches 1 ' d inches. The small door may be with heavy muslin, admitting air and light without draft. The frame is made"oT2by"4,s and is covered with drop siding. Xo floor is used. " When it is desired to move the build-Ing- jt ninyjje tipped Ovr on tcTftToTv wagon or stone boat. This fs the house w"6 rjecommend for beginners. It is cheap, antTofferi old material can be used in building It It is easily tnoved, easily disinfected and can be changed so frequently that it may be kept on clean ground, free from disease. .WJien a sow farrows in cold weather a lantern hung to the roof will keep the building sufficiently warm. cov-ere- TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS .- - AND THE LOlliSVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR j apart. -- . I oughbred scrub. This means that It takes something more than a pedigred on paper to make either a man or an animal worth his salt A very convincing reason for swat- In the case of both horses and cattle (and folks might be added to the list) there is no scrub that is more of a scrub or more conspicuous than a thor- - FOR GROWERSCP TOMATOES, Staking ; AFTERNOON SESSION. 1:30 Song Service led by 1:40 Devotional Bible Study by 1:50 Reports from Churches and Bible Schools 2: 1 0 Reports of Committees 2:25 Address, Benefits of Modern Methods in Church Work 2:45 3:05 3:35 Apostolic Evangalism as Applied to the Fourth District General Discussion of thirty minutes on above Topics Reports of Committees and Election of Officers ' ting the fly now is that under average conditions It will become the grand- father or grandmother of 1,GOO,000,000 the time the middle of September rolls around. The writer hasn't veri- fled these figures by actual count but John Wolford gives them on what seems to be good C. W. Harrison authority. by a number of dairymen and seems to give good results: Three quarts of fish oil. one quart of petroleum and crrie ounce of carbolic acid. ,This should r be applied at intervals with a sprayer. " When the hair be comes coated with the composition the spraying will not have to be made so frequently. hand-powe- repellant for cattle has been tested out The following recipe for making fly Is Necessary Eafy Fruit if Finish Is a Considerafion.- of - iy i i ' writer somehow has the thought that with all of the many varied floral crea-- I tions Q, Montgomery plant resulting from the ingenuity of breeders there has been nothing perfected that surpasses in exquisite stalks C. R. Gabbert coloring and beauty or in rich yet deli- cate fragrance a spray of wild crab Notwithstanding I It may be a homely notion, but the A large number of bien'nfal weeds of which the burdock and dandelion are representative may be easily exterminated by hoeing up the plants that are in tueir first year and by cutting plants of the second year's growth just below the heart The directions given are not effective in killing perennial plants. such as the nettle and quackgrass. which not only multiply by seeding. but by means of underground root t apple blossoms. It is well for both gardener and farmer to remember that cultivation Is purpose of stirring J. W. Clark primarily for the proper 8:00 Opening Song the soil to insure circulation 'of Mrs. Jennie Carpenter, of Hustonville air and moisture and secondarily for 8:10 Devotional Mrs. Louise L. Campbell, of Lexington the destruction of weeds. The one 8:20 Message from State Secretary, j process serves both purposes it is true. 8:50 Special Music t but it is sheer folly to stop cultivation 9:00 Short Talks by Stone and others on the C. W. B. M In the Church just because there are no weeds. EVENING SESSION C. W. B. M ' SUNDAY MORNING. 9:00 9:20 10:00 1:00 1 the great improvement in farm implements and methods of agriculture in the western hemisphere, there are still sections of China in which the primitive methods of hundred of years ago are still employed In plowing two men with ropes over their right shoulders and going tandem haul a very crude affair that turns a furrow six inches wide. In plowing an acre they travel fifteen miles. As each furrow is opened the seed is scattered, and the next furrow covers it. :40 1 2:00 1 1 Song Service led by Bible School Conducted by Sermon by Seimon by Communion Service Conducted by Benediction. All animals appreciate and are the healthier for having a dry place in which to rest and sleep, and this is I. W. Clark particularly true of the milk cow and - J. W. Masters of tho hrnnrl sow nnrl lipr Hftor nf Hf. J. W. Clark tie pigs. Many of the ills from which the animals named suffer as well as C. W. Harrison a good deal of loss might be prevented were greater care exercised in this one particular. I Louisville Hotel Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh The writer planted some string beans ' this spring when he planted radish, let tuce and peas. The plants are now in their fourth leaf, but he has had to cover them half a dozen times to prevent their getting nipped with the frost, and he has concluded that planting' beans in early April is a good deal like hatching chicks In February in that both are a bit out of season. Everything that Is transplanted in the garden these days should, be safeguarded from attacks of cutworms, by wrapping the stem a couple of inches above the ground with paper. If the worms are especially bad one should prepare poisoned bran or clover; according to directions recently given in these notes, and scatter it along the plant rows in the evening, so that the worms will get hold of It during the .Many a young man makes a fizzle of ' life because he starts out on the as-- , sumption that whatever progress hi' may make is largely the result of hav ing a "pull" that is. outside assist-ance from relatives and friends. Thi' best "pjulP r.ny young man can have. and the only one that is worth a conti nental In the long run. is that which result of his own industry, sobriet.v and determination. Eventually he ' must stand on his own pegs, .and tiu sooner he realizes this fact the better ! I Whethef to stake or not to stake tomatoes is a much deTrated subject, says a correspondent of Gardening. Like a good many others, liihs one will never be settled to the satisftfctfcm ot all. Where it pays one man to stake THE LOUISVILLE TIMES and sucker part or all of his crop another would lose money by doing so. paper prinMany experiments are misleading the best afternoon because they lack the practical side. ted anywhere. By this we mean the ability to take the crop to market and bring home the Has the best corps of money. We find that for the early trade It Is absolutely necessary to stake our tomatoes, as we cannot sell the product from prostrate vines. It lacks the finCovers the Kentucky field ish which is so necessary for table fruit There are other considerations. fectly. During rainy spells the trained vine will set fruit where the other will not. Covers the general news tie!v and when it comes to picking the crop we gain all the time aujl labor lost for completely. staking. To us it is more a matter how to Has the best and fullest mar stake than any other. We have had very good results by transferring the greenhouse system outdoors. This is kets reports. simply setting stakes about ten feet apart and stretching a wire over these DEMOCRATIC in politics bo.-fato which the vertical strings are tied upon which the vines are hoisted. We to everybody. generally have four plants between the stakes and use American twine flax. We used to stretch a bottom wire, but SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPfound it very much in tne way for boxing, hence quit it and get along just as well by simply tying the twine loosely TION RIGHT AWAY to the tomato plants near the ground. FOR ONLY $4.50.. I" perr' ir j is-th- I off he will be. . ' Salt For the Stock. Shall we salt stock? A friend says to feed the salt in the feed and not let them have access to it His grounds are that he does not like to eat unsalt-e- d food and then go in the pantry and eat a lot of salt, and he takes it that the sheep or cow is like him in this respect This looks like good logic-Fa- rm Progress. BEE NOTES. DENTAL OPflCE Dr. James Triplett DENTIST NIi'XT TO JPOcvC OKFICIi. Columbia, Ky. Rt American and European Plans f Readers of this department who maj be interested in the growing of alfalfa should send to the department of agri culture at Washington for Farmers Bulletin No. 339. prepared by J. M Westgate. The author has spent yean in studying the growing of alfalfa state in the Dnio'n. and the bulletin referred to gives the results of his research. The author is a Kansas, man and had extensive experience in the growing of the legume in his native state before investigating it in other districts. pjjoe: ut. Ol'I'1CE PHONG OH , RATES: American Plan $2.00 and up European Plan $1.00 and up We serve the best American Plan meals in the South The Hew Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. Herman Steinhilber, Manager The luxuriance as well as the hardiness of the common wild swveet clover night as it is seen growing on hard and beaten roadsides and on the thin soils of At Rothamsted, England, Is located railway cuts and' river banks- - would an experiment station on which experi- seem to indicate quite conclusively ments in crop production have been that It has a mission as a crop to grow conducted consecutively for a,"period jan the rough and less fertile portions of of sixty years. Among other Interestthe farm. If used as pasture the cattle brought out Is that wheat should be allowed to graze on it while ing facts that' has been grown every year of this it is tender, while If it is cut for hay it period on the same tract now yields should be harvested before it' gets old as many bushels per and tough. It is a soil loosener and but acre as an adjoining tract on which enricher and should at least' be given a it Is not' pRss55!t-t"".- : ' there hr.N been followed a four course rr!ii! crop rotation. lover or alfalfa. hive: one-four- th wl-er- Never let any grass grow aronnd the hives for a few feet on all sides. The grass helps the troublesome insects, especially' the ants. The Italian bee has been improved by selection and careful handling until we have some strains that are very gentle. No effort has been made to Hair Cut, any Style 15c. Shampoo Improve the black or German bee 15c. Massage 15c Shave inc. Bees never puncture sound fruit but Bath 15c. if the skin is broken by some other means bees will often suck the fruit When you Patronize Us, Your Shoes dry. In doing that, however, they are Shined FREE. These prices tucking fruit which Is already damdo nob include Saturdays. aged. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Give Provide fresh water in a shallow dish Us a Call. aear the hive. Put chips In the water and see that the water does not dry up. Have salt where the bees can eas- Russell Bidg. Columbia. Ky. ily find It and help themselves. This salt should be protected from the rain. Let the bees form your acquantance. I keep on hands a full stock of Let them alight on you at will. Never coffins and caskets, also robes; attempt to brush them oft They will do you no harm as Jong as you are gen- hearses. Prompt service nighb or day. tle, slow in movement and keep out of Phone 29. the line of flight Never use perfume 45-- 1 vir "F- - Triptett, an thf clothing that you wear near tb. Columbia. Ky. . Ad. Sullivan Barber Shop -- J- SJS-wvj- p & - " i7,---T r . -- V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. EVERYTHING IN We have had plenty of rain. Farmers are all through setting tobacco. Dr. S. Simmons was on the 3ick list a day or so of last week. Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence Look For THE WELD THAT HELD Because the joints in "Pittsburgh Perfect" are welded by electricity, you can pick it out first pop. E:imine a weld the galvanizing piled thickly around the joint affords double protec n here. Keat a veld white hot, .hen try to separate the "'ires. You i't. This is only depg- ble joint. rnvAnent the less labor, and, 1.2 MADE from our own Open Hearth Wire, is stronger, il la3ts linger and gives mere satisfaction than any other. Don't spend your fence money invert it. Read our catalogue, investigate, then decide. TO-DAY HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized i John Moran, of the Stotts community, wasjn our midst the first of the week. Ernest Harris, of Columbia, was here the first of the week in interest of the News. Misses Creel and Katherine Jel!, of Columbia, visiied relatives here several days of last week. Mrs. J. S. Pangburn, son and sister, of Cincinnati, are visiting relatives in our city, and expect to remain here through the sum- sjw2 in less .time with sr-l- "Pittsburgh Perfect" looks better, is and Printed, Also Elwood and (American Fence. c Made in Different Styles for FIELD. FARM. RANCH. LAAVN. CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD a- -d GARDEN -- VCry DrtrS HuSH-Jan- f tCf Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Brands of Barbed Wire; Ify are interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twitted copy of our ALMANAC, 1913 for Cable Wire; Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head h Roof inn Nails; Single Loop Bale Ties; Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth material. "Pitts-burg- Teenr ence osts r -- JtJJO I DEHLER BROS. incorporated IJ 2-- CO- - Pittsburgh Steel Co. -- 1!" Il1"1 1 Ugggggg itn-ail- Illl II III,.- ,- - ggBfeg' 16 Eaaf Matket Street, Between Pirst and Brooi; "" S Louisville, Ky. The Adair County News and V mer. J. P. Hutchison, of Coium wheat crop is not any thing ex- - A very interesting Sunday bia, was in our rtidst last week tra, but we feel safe in saying Schod is cai'riefl on at Salem1 looking after produce, and as us- that we will have a full half church and a goodly number are ual got a good load. crop for what was sown. , jregulsr in attendance. Many Mr. j ! ployes open the shell for the pearl. Often as many as one thousand shells are opened without finding one. Cra craft. Courier-Joum- ai frith 0ns Year for Si.50. Messrs Arvest Hill ami Will Diddle started for and other points i n Russell county last Saturday. Judge N. H. Moss, Columbia, sailed in to see us while en route for his farm near here, one "day last week. We heartily commend our efficient road overseer Mr. Charlie Sparks, to the public. He certainly has made a great im provement on our roads, and if he will continue as he has begun we will have no complaint during the, winter season about bad reads in this section. Mr. Alfred Parson and family visited at Portland a day or so of lagt waek. Mr. W. M. to the wife of E. R. questions are asked and discuss-Bake- r, on the 1st, a daughter, ed in the Bible class, all gaining information thereby. The writ- Mother and child doing well. ers occupation does not let him Absher. attend often, but those who can Born, i ; ( Carpets and Kugs. Very specialjpriccs are the force to reduce our large stock of good Carpets and Rugs Inducemets of the greatest Kind are offered in every section c big store Large Brussell Rugs, UJ x 12 ft. $16.00 values for $12.00 Large Axminster Rugs Hi x 12 ft. $32.50 values for $25.00 Extra Quality Velvet Carpet $1.25 grade, Yard 90c. Inlaid Linoleum, Tile Palterns, $1.35 grade, square yard $1.00 Printed Linoleum, big line, regular 60c grade, square yard 40c , is-noj t The health of this community very good at this writing, regularly, taking. Mrs. Nancy Hughes is real Farmers are getting along their children along, thereby sick thi3 week. nicely with their work. getting a good habit if nothing Miss Pauline Bryant is laid up Mrs. Delaney Robertson visi-- 1 else. with a sprained ankle. ted her son near Cane Valley a Mrs. Sothronia Cravens is also Jamesiown. few days last week. very sick. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Ferkin Several from this place attendof the Rev. Tarter, pastor Taylor county visited relatwesin Methodist Church, this place, ed Mother's Day at Shiloh last las'. Saturday and Sunday. and ministers of other churches Sunday and reported a nice day. Mr. Fred Humphress and Miss and lavmen, out in the county, ' Mr. William Bryrnt, who is Audra Dillingham were visiting attended District Conference at familiarly known a s "Uncle in Casey county lasr Saturday Elkhorn. They all speak in the Chickle," age about 7 9, was shoulo-atten- d I Right now during June is the time to get Exception-a- l Bargains in Floor Coverings at Louisville's Big Carpet Store. Wilmore daughter spent last Friday in Columbia. Mr. James Gilpin and son, of Sparksville, in company with several from this place, put in one day and night fishing down on Russell creek with fine results and protracted Remember services will begin here on Men-da- y night after the 2nd Sunday Evangein July. The list, Rev. Coakley will be the ford last Sunday. preacher. Irving Store. I the well-kno- w and Sunday, and were accom- most complimentary terms of the panied .home b y Miss Stella hospitality of the residents of Beard. Robinson Creek section- of Tay- Mrs Ermine Green, vho has ior county. been on an extended visit to rel- he Republicans of this county atives on Wilson's Creek return- -' are very much interested in the ed home last Wednesday accom-'- , race forthe State Senate Mr panied by Miss Eva Nance Robt. Antle being a candidate. Mrs. Robert Humphress a n d He is a gentleman who stands Mrs. Owen Humphress a n d high in the COUnty. daughters, spent one day last t dayof Monday will be week at Mr. W. A. Humphress's. !the Russel, drcuit com and the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brockman iawyers and Sheriff are busy, ahd little son, Elzy, were guests ' the former taking depositions, of Mr. and Mrs. Gartin Weather- - the jatter serving papers. j j the-firs- j married, last Tuesday, to a Mrs. Rasner, of Columbia. A splendid dinner was served at his home only a few intimate friends being present. We wish him and new bride much happiness. Mr. Frank McElroy, of the Montpelier section, was visiting relatives here last week. Several from this place attended the Decoration services at Bearwallow last Friday and reported a splendid day. PicKett. Hubbuch Bros., & Weilendorff Incorporated 522 and 524 West Market St. 1 9 Greensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Adair and Adjoining Counties and is constantly of fering and giving to all comers, Bargains in all Lines of goods. Will send Dryjpoods, Clothing and Shoes to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. Any goods not satisfactory can fye re turned by Parcel Post, if in seven days Mr. G. B. Tates, of Ozark, was in our midst one day the first of the week. Rev. G. W. Pangburn accom look good panied by Mr. and Mrs. Amos , vr t, inave a Kuuu iaui aim uie j: j v warm weather is making corn , , u.' ! ! nice bunch of hogs to Frank Dohoney a few Sometime in the near future I days ago for 6c per pound. , i r .M mlnomas wno i Aunt i price. will take up other matters that market There has been several cases has been very sick is much im- -' should engage our attention. We are glad to note that, Mr. of measles near Kemp in the proved. Silas Cain, who has been on the The river is low, but gasoline last few weeks. D. C. Hopper and Mr. B. F. sick list for several days, is able boats make regular trips from The wheat crop in this section Rakestraw went to Somerset to be up crram seeing alter nis Creelsboro to Burnside. is looking' very well at present. Sunday, to look after their business. profitable sport is exFine and Mrs. Sam Keltner, who has beauti- The' good rains and the pected on the river as soon as it been in poor health for some TVIinicfovc. u "" UU at. is as low as it will likely get. , ful farming vTeather have put' 7 , time is not much better. aamraay and Sunday ' , n,w &aiem iasc -- . iffc : The banks will be lined with peo 'HPW 11J.C ill JAl. J.C11. J.UGJ.C UU1 We had an electric storm here was a success m every way. A prospects are fine for a good corn ple, hunting pearls. There are last Sunday night with consider-bl- e verj interesting discussion of crop. Young corn i3 looking fine, a number of men who Dut in a was listened to athail in it. of f and we have about great deal of time during the tentively, a very large number G. T. Kemp and T., B. Firm a crop of tobacco set. Our summer in the business. They li rr r Umrr J attended court in Columbia as ujl pcupxc uciiik "icic ouiiuay. meadows and oats have come have boats and grabs, and they jurors from this section. Plenty of every thing good to i ' out beautifully. Three weeks eat for all and lots to spare hire men by the day to go out in was I have for sale an extra good Jersey ago meadows that looked like spread on the ground. The best the river and grab for mussels. years old, with young calf. ( they-wounot be worth cutting of order prevailed, which speaks When a boat load is secured they 'Mrs. J. B. Coffey, - are going to be good. The well forthe vvlfdle community. , ujiumoia, ny. the shore and their em- row to ' " ' Keltner, attended District Conference at Elkhorn last week. They report a fine Conference. Sijr. Squire Kemp and wife' passed through here the first of the week, enroute for Jamestown, where they will spend several days visiting their relatives and friends. Mr. A. Hunn and son, of Columbia, were through here one day last week, looking after sheep and cattle, contracting some for future delivery at the ! i. il uiycjlj uuujf wuu wuifto tit an art wpII nn with frhpir wnrlr nnri our farmers are happy. The only pull back is the time taken up by the candidates, who are about in large numbers persistent in their promises soon to be forgot- : ten. Sheriff Hughes was through to-da- y summoning jurors here and looking after evil doers. Every body is glad to meet him except those for whom he has our citizens. presents. In a former letter to the News We are having plenty of rain I spoke of theJack of enterprise at present. upon the part of residents of Jamestown, who have money -- There has been several acres , f frtuQn cai. QIlrif) uava :n hua w"-The streets are neglected, and! few days an( wnen a ramy season sets in last Some people have planted mua" ets s0 eeP tnat denizens can not leave home. Concrete is their tobacco ground in corn on cheap, any body who can handle account of scarcity of plants. Mrs. Geo W. Pickett, who has a trowel can put it down, then whv should we not wake up to been in poor health for some the improvement of this historic time, is some better at present. old town. If we would make G. W. Whitlock, a grocery our town inviting, the business drummer ot Campbellsville, was of the place would thribble, and here one day last week to see every body would be satisfied to our merchants. live at home. An electric light Mr. Will Lyons was here a few "is another enterprise that plant days ago in an auto. " should 'engage the attention of W. H. Kemp sold a i ;" "-- after sent out Woodson Lewis U. G. HARDWIC, Pres. J. h. COCKE, V, Pres.; V. ft. DlETZM.tt. Sec e?" 0 . T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 361 INCORPORATED 1880 IWILtLiWRIGflTS DEALERS mfiCHlHlSTS f IN SAW w ENGINES. BOILERS, GRST MILLS, FEED M?LLS MUS. 1301 TftlRTeeNTf-r-Mf- t LOUISVILLE a i fiSEPSSSF Sheet Iron and Tank Work T'J-i- o "ry TVirwrt-?v.- - j . JOBBING WORK SOLICITED -- A1J each-subjec- t one-hal- i Kinds of Machinery Repaired v 1 k C.-- . L. cow,-fiv- e ld o'.-- n. The Adair County News and Weekly Courier Journal, both one Year Each $1.59.