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A HEAVY by John Thomas, last Tuesday after- county, a son of Burt Tucker was She was 33 years, 2 months and 2 days Killed. noon, about 4;30 o'clock, cast a gloom struck by lightning and killed. He old was a daughter at her death. She over this entire community and his father were on a wagon, load- of Eli Bailey, and one of 13 brothers lb is almost impossible to get the ed with oats, when the bolt came. and sisters. She was married to Fred Last Sunday afternoon and also Sunexact information that led to the fa-t- The father was terribly shocked aud Denson eight years ago lasb March. day night a heavy rain fell all over stabbing, and we will have to give at this writing, Saturday, is in a To bins union five children were born, Adair county, greatly reviving vegethe account as it has been told us critical condition The wagon was bhree boys and bwo girls, all of whom tation and putting broad smiles upon the faces of the farmers. Some who witnessed the killing heard set on tire, burning it and the load of survive her. She surrendered her There were some wind and lightnwords, others did not. oats The sad occurrence cast a life to God in her youth, united with ing. Cow which was owned by Mrs. lb seems that Thomas, who has gloom over the entire community. the Christian church at "Shiloh, and been at work at Golf Bros, livery, has Hundreds of people attended the lived a consistent christian life until Georgia Crenshaw and which was grazing in a pasture near the home a field of corn near Russell's creek funeral of the body. her death. She was a good wife and was killed. A. very good family mare, Che boys go through when they that faithfully discharged her duties in the owned by Mr. John B. Russell, who go to the stream for a swim, and h e Big Reduction and Auction Sale. home, an affectionate mother, and lives near the Fair Ground, became had made some complaint. The evenwas respected and loved by her neighfrightned and ran into a barbed wire ing of the tragedy Paul Crenshaw, On Saturdav, July .Ith' at about 10 bors. She told her husband from the fence, and was so badly cub that she who was riding a bycicle, having Henbeginning of her sickness that she died in a very few minutes. ry Wilson, a smaller boy, on the wheel o'clock, a. in., we will offer for sale at public auction $1,000 worth of general would nob get well, and was nob afraid with him, .was passing the livery stato die, bub was sorry to leave him and Mr. James M. Arvin, of Campble. He was stopped by Thomas, who merchandise. Every body invited to the children God had given her She attend. We will, at the same time, applied a vile epithet, young Crenwas buried abPleasanbHill, near Monb-pelie- bellsville, is located here looking shaw remarking that he could not make an announcement that wi!l in The funeral services were after the interest of the Singer take sue!) an insult, picked up a piece terest all. conducted by the writer. S. M. Co. business. of Dlank and either struck or struck at We will also sell privately the May the Lord bless the husbasd and 33-Ad. at prices mentioned: 20 Thomas Thomas whipped out his Pounds granulated sugar for 51 00, all ha five children lefo without a mother knife and stabbed Crenshaw in the reZ T W. Graded School Faculty. gion of the heart several times, the calicoes at A cents per yd.; Capitol Parlor matches at 3 cents box: packyoung man dying, without speaking, Paralyzed. age coffee at 15 cents package: and in about ten minutes. The following teachers make up the will offer our entire line privately at a The whole town became excited and faculty for the Graded School for the Mr. J. II. flowers, a native of Adair hundreds of people visited the scene reduction of 10 percent, from regular selling price. We have on hands a county, but whose home is Paducah, coming year; oMeath. Chesterfield Turner, Principal. of In a short time the dead boy, who limited supply we good, nev 5brown arrived here about two weeks ago, on Miss Pearl Nave, Owensboro, Ky. are selling ab cents a visit. He was in delicate health had been industrious, ever ready to domestic that Miss Elizabeth Farleigh, Richmond, yd. All who fail to attend this sale when he came, anxTsome time lasb help his mother. Mrs. Georgia CrenKy. shaw, was removed to the Hancock and visit our store will miss many week he took his bed ab the home of Miss Rose M. Heyd, Jeffersonville, Hotel, and some time during the night other bargains we cannot mention. Mrs. Nannie Flowers, this city. SunInd. the body was embalmed and next Please make out your want list and day forenoon he met with a stroke of Miss Evelyn Clark, Midway, Ky. present them to our clerks who will paralysis, the whole of his left side be- morning conveyed home, and on the Miss Sue King, Louisville, Ky. Don'b ing affected. He is now in, a very Thursday forenoon, after religious deal fair and nice with you forget 3 our list. serious condition, the chances being services, condudted by Rev. J. N. Yours for Business, against his recovery. He is receiving We Want You to Know That We Crawford, at the residence, all that olesale Sell the best of abtention. Nell & Nell, was merbal of this popular boy was Gradyville, Ky and retail and aliaid to rest in the city cemetery. The 34-tI have just received a line of samples of men's floral offerings were many and beauti ways have it. Our prices are and women's underwear, gloves, hose and noAn Old Citizen Dies. ful. tions, and you can buy them at reduced prices. such that its use is within the The anguish 'of the mother, who is limits of every family. Phone Ad Frank Sinclair. almost heart broken, can not he de Mr James W. Giles, who lived near or write for prices. scribed, and she has the undivided A photograph of the pictures of Ella, Adair county, died last ThursClint Smith & Co. sympathy of the entire to.vn of Cos' day. Had he lived until the first day eighby members of the Ad. lumbia Columbia. But little is known of Thomas here. of August he would have been eighty-nin- e Ledge, Elida, N. M., has been receivyears old. He was a native of ed by the lodge of this place. In the He has been living with his parents in Thanks. Tennessee, locating in this county a" group appears the picture of Mr. the suburbs of this jlace for about a year It is our understanding that short time after the close of the Civil Chester Collins, a former Columbian, the family came from Russell county. War. Reserved in the Mexican War who is the Noble Grand. The picture It would be a pleasure to me to The s'ayer is in jail, and it is doubt- and was also a Federal soldier in the is well executed, and the local lodge thank each person who helped me in here takes this method of returning the Paflor Circle contet, personally ful whether he will be allowed bail, Civil War. thanks bub since I do nob know who you are should he be able to make a bond Mrs W. L Payne gave a beautifully and perhaps will nob have the Mr. S. H. Cheatham, who was near I musb bhank you through Public Sale of Farm and Timber. appointed dinner last evening ab relative of Mrs. L. L. Eubank and which the favors announced the enbhe Adair counby News. I wish to exOn Saturday, the 30th day of Aug., gagement of her sister, Miss Bercie Mrs. L. O. Taylor, this place, died at tend my most sincere and heartfelt at Cane Valley, Adair county, Ky., at Simpson, and Mr. James Briley, of his late home, Milton, Illinois, on thanks for your interest, help and 1 o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, the this city. Masses of yellow roses dec- Monday the 9th of June. Mr. Chea- friendship. Wishing each of you of V. B Sublett, deceased, will orated the large living room, while tham was a native of Kentucky, born pleasant success in whatever work you heirs sell at public auction to the highest bhe dining table carried out the yel- and reared in Cumberland county, and do. I am, bidder, the farm of about 214 acres low color scheme with festoons of was a gentleman of high charadter. Sincerely, of land in Green county, Kentucky, J rcse ijuds. The guests of the evening Three years ago he was a visitor to Dora L. Eubank about 4 miles west of Cane Valley were the members of the Inter Se this place, and while here met many near the Columbia and Campbellsville Club, of which Miss Simpson is a old friend, made quite a lob of new Special Notice. pike, n't being the home farm of said member. The wedding will take ones, all of whom will be sorry to W. B. Sublett. There are about 75 place early m autumn. Mrs. W. A. hear of his demise. We hereby notify the traveling acres of this land tfiat is well tim- Hitchcock and Mrs. Jennie C. Brown, The case against John Thomas for public that we will not be rebered with poplar, white oak. hickory, of Seattle, and Mrs. J. D. Mathews and ash of the best quality. The assisted Mrs. Payne inserving. Even- killing Paul Crenshaw, was called last sponsible for baggage left at our poplar, white oak, ash and hickory ing Recorder, Ellensburg, Washington. Saturday morning Examination was barn. It can be left, but at the goes to timber and the laud will first be ofMiss Simpson is a daughter of Judge waved and" the case circuib courb. Thomas will remain in risk of the owner. fered separate, and then all together and Mrs J. J. Simpson, this place, aud W. R. Myers & Son. and the bid or bids accepted that is a young lady of rare accomplish- jail. a .. ... bring the most money. If the tim- ments. Her Columbia friends are Certificates Awarded. Removal. ber is soli separate from the land, the pleased to know that she is to wed the purchaser will be required to remove the gentleman of her her choice, and the same within 12 months from day besides wish her much happiness. The following colored teachers made I have removed my shoe and paint of sale. first) and second class certificates beThe timber will be sold for cash in The Heraldof Abberdeen, Washing-bo:- i shop to Sinclair Building Campbellsville, fore the Adair county Board of Exgave an extended write up. of the St., room No. 2 up stairs. hand, if purchased separately from aminers: land. If the land is sold separate- marriage of Prof. Walter Barger to the Fred McClean. Cora Wade, Mary L. Todd, Annie ly one third of purchase price will be Miss Selma Vicars of that city, on 34-Lasley, Annie Walkup, first class. required in cash and remainder on June the 4th. Taking the Herald ab Alta Walkup, J. T. Lasley, J. G. easy terms If land and timber are a heavy discounb we then find that Mary Martha, a two year old Miller, Mary Ann Hendrickson, secsold together the value of the timber Mr Barger and the lady of his choice daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie ond class. d for the land to be paid in are highly esteemed and have many and Hutchison, Cane Valley, died Monday friends in that western city. Mr. ash night of lasb week. Ib was bhe first To Timber Men. This is a fine body of agricultural Barger is a sou of our substantial citi- and only-chiland the grief of its land, and is well situated, as to roads, zen. Mr. Porter Barger, of this county, parents is hard to portray. The churches, schools and in good com- and since his home life and early sympathy of Cane Valley went oub to I am representing E. R. Spotswood munity and is well watered for pastur- trailing was in bhe pabh of recbitude & Son, Lexington, Ky. I want to buy them and energy, we do not hesitate to say ing stock boundaries of timber in Adair and ad ' to that he is worthy of the Herald's The sellers reserve the right A very fair crowd attended the first joining counties." Address, modify the above terms on or before strong compliments. He is a young day of Russell circuib courb, and only C. M. Herriford, the day of sale, but if so modified pur- man of character and worth and his bwo persons were nobiced under the .. Columbia, Ky. chasers will be notified before or at m,any friends in this, his old home influence of spirits, which speaks well 27-Ad county, wish him a happy prosperous for Russell County. time of sale. journey through life's struggles and J. W. Sublett, James T. Sublett, Contest Over. icisitudes. R. A. Sublett. Ida Bridgwater, Miss Mary Grissom, entertained a E. J. Kerr, Cordie Bailer. yonng lady friends in a number of her ' Shirley Baily. f. Ad For Sale Extra good Jersey cow, five years very happy manner last Saturday The contest closed at the Parlor afternoon. The meet was in honor of Circle last Saturday night, and on old with young calf. Mrs. J B. Coffey,base ball team has A cracker-jac- k her cousin, Miss Robbie Jones. Columbia ky. Tuesday the prizes were awarded. organized ab this place and ib will Miss Dora Eubank was first, a Diplay at the Lebanon Chautauqua for Mrs. Mary J. Humphress, wite of amond ring. Miss Mary Smith secA card from a former subscriber the prize. They are now practicing J. J Humphress, died near Watson and thay feel like winners. The fol- says: "Please sbop your paper " Yery lasb Thursday. She was about 35 ond, a handsome bracelet. Miss Nell Tarter, third, a locket. The contest lowing is the line up: Tom Judd, much obliged for bhe mandatory or- years old, a victim of measles. was conducted satisfactorily, not a R- - sie Judd, Jo M. Rosenfield. Paul der, but sorry that our business is complaint made by any of the con C," ndler, Marvin Allen, Tom Nether-to- such that we can not comply in this have some resident property in Columbia testants, The fight was lively from J. W. Young, Wood Vaughan. month. If Interested call the start, bub the best of feelings to trade for a small farm. The pitcher is yet to be selected. prevailed. Mr. Olie McCIister, who was a .son or write All parties owing me for millinery o f Mr. Taylor McCIister, o f this Ad Frank Sinclair. will please call and settle at once. I county, died in Jeffersonville, Ind., Poxes Wanted. need the money. If you fail to find lasb Saturday. He was about 26 Elsewhere we tell of lightning strik-- a me in, please call at nay home, next years old. wagon and team, ab Knifley, killing door to Methodist church. Grey Foxes 82.50, Red Foxes 35.00; a son of Mr. Berb Tucker and shocking Minks $0.00 bo $8.00 each; Coons $1.25, Mrs Geo Staples. Mr. James Sullins, seventy-thre- e the fabher. Since writing that notice and express. Send name of youc exH. T. ICinnetb has been appointed years old, tin ex Confederate soldier, Mr. Tucker died and was buried Sun- press office in first letber. W. T. Ilndgen, :ir IIv:sat"hoe Bo!..cai ld'iCd near Weed, this county, i.V Fri day. He was an excellent citizen. Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. Ad. day. resigued. C. Dunbar r. g, 2t Ice-Whf. Odd-Fellow- Last Friday afternoon while a storm Mrs. Ocilla Denson, wife of Fred Some Wind and Lightning, Stock The killing of young Paul Crenshaw was raging at or near Roley, this Denson, departed this life May 29, 1913. Mr-- . Ib is hoped by his many friends here that he will regain his health. Mr. Clay Smith and Miss Minnie Mr. Sam Lewis, has returned from Ingram, Mr. John Dunbar and Miss Louisville. Georgia Faulkner, Mr. Walter Cook Mr. W. H. Stanton, Russell Springs, and Miss Loretto Dunbar, Mr. Dock Walker andMiss Susan Miller, Ernesb was here Friday. Harris and Miss Creel Nell, attended Mr. Wilson Bridgewater, Louisville, a singiug at Shiloh lasb Sunday afterwas here Monday. noon. Mr. Crit Goff, of Cumberland counMiss Julia Eubank, who conducted ty, is visiting here. a millineiy establishment in MisMr. John Goff, spent a few days of sissippi, returned home last Saburday night. lasb week in Columbia. En route she stopped at Nicholasville and from that city was Mr. A. C. Hill, traveling salesman, accompanied by Mrs. L F. Arnctb was here a few days ago. and little son to this place, who will Eld. F. J. Barger, was quite sick visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. several days of lasb week. T. Price several weeks. Mr. J. W. Saltsmau, was here a few Mr. Fred Hill, this place, and Mr. days ago, from New Hope. Luther Williams, Montpelier, attendMr. G. P. Smybh, was in Louisville ed the meeting of retail druggists of Kentucky at the Mammoth Cave last a day or bwo of lasb week. week. At bhe same place and same Mr. Ray Flowers, was in Louisville time the Kentucky x reas Association the latter part of last week. gathered. The bwo Adair counby Stanley Schuster, of Louisville, is itiMtuLttuio iu wo uiuj; meeting visiting Leon and Alvin Lewis. reporb a mosb enjoyable time. Miss Sallie Damron, returned from For information in regard to Mcnticello with Mrs. W. M. Wilson. Singer Sewing Machines, call on Mrs. Elizabeth Davis, of Nebraska James M. Arvin always at the is visiting relatives in Adair county. shop on Saturday. Mrs. L. O. Taylor,who was quite s3-Ad. sick last week, is rapidly improving. I -2i Personals. ihe will be' treated by Dr. McChonl. M in Columbia week. Hon W. S. Sinclair, Pellyton, was the latter part of last Mr. W. E Bradshaw, wife Commissioners Saie, the lt one-thir- bf 34-t- - n, 1 and little ADAIR CIRCITIT COURT OF KENTTCKY. son, returned from Louisville Friday James II. Kinnard Pltf. night. James C. Shirley & ect., Def. ) Mr. aud Mrs Geo. R. Miller, of LouisBy virtue of a Judgment and Order ville, arrived Friday evening for a few ol Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderdays visit. ed at the May term, thereof, 1913, in ' Master John Beard, who ' was the above cause, for the sum of three n and dollars dangerously ill Sunday, is reported hundred with the interest at the rate of six some better. per cent, per annum from the (th day Mr. W. R. Myers and Misses Mary of Jan, 1903, uutil pnd, and 52.75 Myers and Grace Conover are visiting costs herein, I shall proceed bo offer at Mouticellu. door in for sale ab bhe Courb-hous- e Mr. Charles Flowers, of Paducah, Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, arrived Monday night, to be with his at public auction, on Monday the 7th brother, Mr. J. II. Fiowers, who is day of July 1918, at oue o'clock p. in. seriously ill here. or thereabout (being County Court.) upon a credit of six months the folMr. Edgar Reed, was in Louisville lowing described property Saturday, in the interest of Columbia A certain tract of land situated in Base Ball team. Adair county, Kentucky, on the wa-teMr. Wm. Kelley, of Cane Valley of Price's creek, and contains who was quite sick last week, has very aboub 90 acres, fully described by much improved. meets and bounds i n the Judgment, and order of sale which is of record in Judge W. W. Jones and Mr. R. F. page 422, in the Paull made a business trip to James- Order Book No. 18, office of the Clerk of Adair Circuib town last Friday. Court to which reference is made for Messrs. J. M. Durham and Owen a more particular description, o r sufHardestj', Campbellsville, were here, ficient thereof to produce the sums o f trading, last week. money so ordered to be made. For E. B. Barger, left for New the purchase price, the purchaser, Mrs. Jersey, lasb week, and will spend the with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal summer with her husband. from the day of sale until paid, Mr. Fred McKee, of Indianapolis' and having the force and effect of a who visited here a week, left for his Judgments Bidders will be prepared home last Saturday morning. to comply promptly with these terras. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. M. Murrell, who has been Mr. M. attending college at Georgetown, Commissioner's Sale. Texas, returned home last Friday. Mr. W R. Lyon and wife, Campbellsville, were in Columbia Frday, en ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT route home from a visit to Glasgow. OF KENTUCKY. Mrs. Ada Taylor, Montpelier, visited Belle Aaron Pltf. ect., Def. Milliard Aaron & at the home of her son's, Mr. L. O. By virtue of a Judgmenb and Order Taylor and A. O. Taylor, last week. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderMr. John L. Salmon and wife, of ed at the May terra, thereof, 1913, in San Antonia, Texas, are visiting rela- the above cause, for the sum of one tives in Columbia. They are stopping hundred and fifty dollars, with the inwith Mr. J. A. Thompson. terest at the rate of six per cent, per 23 day of May 1913, Mrs. Mary Caldwell, who visited a annum from the paid, aud 866.25 costs herein. I week at Portland, this counby, return- until offer for sale a b the She was ac- shall proceed to ed home lasb Friday. Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., io companied home by Mr. Fayette the highest bidder, at public auction, Davis. ou Monday, the 7th pay of July, 1913, Fred, Alice and Guj Jackmau, of at one o'clock p. in. or thereabout (bethe Masonic Home, Louisville, will ar- ing county court,) upon a credit of and will remain with their six months the following described rive mother and other members of the property family for several weeks. iuteresb in a An uudivided one-haof land, situated in Adair Mr. S. G. Banks, Jr., of Dallas, certaiu tract on the waters of Texas, has beeu visiting: his father county, Kentucky, of Russell's creek, conand mother, Cane Valley, for the past Sulphur Fork, He Called on his taining 40 acres and being the same two weeks. land conveyed to Millard aud Belle Columbia friends last Saturdav. Aaron, by John Rook by deed having Misses Autha and Bess Cabbell, date Feb. i, 1902, which land is fully Dunnville, were guests at the home described by meets and bounds in the of Mr. H. C. Feese last Friday and Judgment aud Order of Sale, which is Saturday. Miss Cary Cabbell, ol the recorded in Order Book No. 13, page, same place, came down on Saturday. 451 in the office of the Clerk of the Glasgow, Mr Adair Circuit Court, to which referMr. King Crenshaw, T. B. Crenshaw, W. B. Beard, Mrs. ence is made, or sufficient thereof to Josh Bell aud two children, and Mr. produce the suras of money so ordered Henry Price, of Metcalfe, county, at- to be made. For the purchase price, tended the funeral of Paul Crenshaw. the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, musb execute bond, bear - Bryan Euglish, Leon Lewis, Lucian ing teiral mterestfrom bhe day of the rluun, Romie Judd, Wade Helm Isafe "o paid, and having the force until Oil Miller, Telie TTfinrv Hancock, aud effect o f a Judgment. Bidders Marvin Young, Hugh will be prepared to comply promptly Rosenfield, Richardson, Jo Barbee, Frauk'Richard-son- , with these terms. were ab Griffin Springs Sunday. W. A. Coffey, Msster Commissioner. fifty-seve82-1- 00 1 to-wi- t: as V UJ to-da- y to-w- it: lf m m r pa.-jrausie- -- t ( Knife, fork and dishes were removdeclining health for eight or ten ed from the Graded school building veks, 'oft last Wpdnsdav for the lat. wuek. They should be returned Klbviueih Hospital, Le&auon, where to the Hancock Hotel Mr. W. A. Helm, who has been in f L r r. i. -- V 'JBT-J- mi ' the ada: OUNTY NEW? AN AMERICAN BLUFF WINS Georgia Man's Adventure With a French Duelist. ap- IN THE WORLD OF FOR THE CHILDREN Game of Flowers. There is a game similar to "London bridge," called "flowers." To play it two children stand opposite each other and raise their joined hands. Tho-forming the ring pass under, suitwhile all keep saying ing the action to the vords: e of-singin- NOTED MEN IN EYE McRey-nold- s, ROUND THE WORLD France is preparing strict laws regulating aerial navigation. There are 3,700 theosophists In America, belonging to 123 branches. Pneumatic tired jinrikisbas are now a feature of life in the far east "Cobweb hall," a noted old resort in Duane street. New York, has been demolished. It is estimated that there are incandescent lamps in use in the United States. Altogether 2,230,000 British workers nre insured by the state against being 200,-000.0- HINTS FOR THE BUSY HOUSEWIFE Ventilator For Window That Fits Under the Sash. SPORT Harry Lord One Who Came Back. THE PUBLIC Attorney General J. C. Foe of Trusts. Abner Church after serving an prenticeship at selling a patent clothes twringer to the farmers of New Eng- land was selected to open one of a number of agencies abroad for the sale of the same article. France was the territory assigned him, with Paris for 2iis headquarters. He had no sooner opened his salesroom than he was called upon by the representative of a Paris morning paper for an ad. Abner told him that iie was not yet ready. The solicitor, taking his reply for a refusal, intimated that if the paper didn't get the ad. It would be to the disadvantage of the enterprise. Abner replied that he came from a land where in journalism the advertising and the newspaper's opinions were kept separate in other We're Roses We're And looking round for robes red, red, rosea red. looking round for roses red. we've found one here. 00 At the word "here" the raised arms come down and inclose the bend of a child who happens at that moment to be passing uuderneath their hands Then all sing: We've found one here; we've found one here, A red ripe rose, a red ripe rose; We've found one here; we've found one here. And we are happy. The rose then takes the place of one V--, ' '4 r . -- " fix. tfiiiVt!fe,- - '&, , ,w JKSJEJ'' - ,r. 3&3;. i' "&! : '. f words, where newspaper blackmail was unknown. The journal was welcome to "fire away." The nest morning an article appeared in the home columns of the paper in question stating that all clothes 'wringers tore the articles wrung in them, and the Eureka sold by Abner Church simply reduced tlum to ribbons. Other such notices :;; geared at intervals and were copied by other palters. Abner made up lib mind that lie niftst stop the slander on his machine or shut up shop and go home. .He called t the office of the journal cthat was blackmailing him and protested. He was listened to politely by ffche editor of the home department and nvhen he had finished was referred to !M1 Jules Chicolet, another editor, who e was assured would take up the case. Abner found M. Chicolet sitting in a rstudy furnished a la Louis XVI. reading a novel and smoking a cigarette. Abnec stated his case, to which the rgentleman listened attentively and at jihe end asked: "Do I understand, monsieur, that .ou accuse our journal of blackmailing you?" "That's what it looks like." "Then as a representative of the paper I have the honor to refer you to a gentleman who will call upon you this J' ft., nut ! i '' of the two who caught her. and she calls out "daisy." Daisy then becomes the word to use instead of rose in the verses. Every one caught calls out the name of some flower, which, is substituted in the song. The game goes on until every child has had a chance to be caught The rest of the game proceeds as in "Loudon bridge." Divided Cities. without employment The tapping of rubber trees is now done by an electrical device, which greatly facilitates the operation. A zither which is played by keys instead of the usual pick has been invented by a Massachusetts man. foreigners who are Of the eighty-flv- e in Rome this year studying the schools sixty are Americans. The New York Public library reports Mou-tesso- ri S A J: A T. that practically S.OOO.OOO of its books circulated for home use during 1912. Coal is hoisted and water pumped from a Kansas mine by a specially designed windmill with four broad vanes In New York infant mortality has been reduced from 1S3 a thousand to 1G0, principally by philanthropic ef- Jfe , Divide a city in Ireland into a metalinstrument and quick. Divide a city into a boy's name and a male child. Divide a city into an organ of the body and a shallow place in a river. Divide a city into a boy's name and a lic forts New York will soon place the cottage on.ee occupied by Edgar Allan Poe in a park named for the poet. Over 40,000 New York school children are annually referred by school authorities to physicians for medical in that city 1313, by American Press Association. weight weight blood. Divide a city into a foreman and a Divide a city into a prohibition and A'K. --- & iS . v. V v. -- T" : --. J S'. fi v Who said Harry Lord, the Chicago American third baseman, was all in? Whoever did would soon change their minds if they watched him perform at last station for the White Sox this sea sou. True, last year he was away off form and was shifted to the outfield by "I have no quarrel with M. Chico-et- " Manager Callahan. Since the start of said Abner. "Who the dickens the 1913 race Harry has been putting up a brilliant article of ball, especially fc M. Chicolet anyway?" "Pardon! Monsieur, being an Ameri- in the fielding line. His stick work can, does not understand. M. Chicolet also seems to have improved. A few years ago Lord was considered the best is the fighting editor of the paper." third baseman in the American league "Writes up duels, you mean." "No, monsieur; M. Chicolet writes Judging by the game he has been putnothing. It is his duty to give satis- ting up so far this season, he has a fair faction to those who think they have chance to grab back the honors. fceen insulted by the journal and to defend its honor. I understand you have Athletics at Dartmouth. Accused it of blackmailing you You Some light upon the officials who had .must retract or fight." proved incompetent was recently "You tell the fighting editor that my thrown by Frank Cavanaugh of Dartgrandfather lost an arm on the south- mouth, who declared that old football ern side at Gettysburg, and we players were the most flagrant examChurches would rather die than lay ples of this sort. He stated that many down. Tell him I'll fight him with ri- times the inon who had graduated fles at GOO yards." from their colleges after a brilliant The visitor protested that such weap- life on the gridiron knew less about ons were not used in Paris, to which football rules than men who had never Abner replied that in America no one played. foGght with anything else, and he worrtil fight with the weapon he could International Football. handle and none other. Dates set for the annual international When the fighting editor received the association football games include the snews that he must stand up against an following: Jan. 17. 1914, Wales versus American rifle it occurred to him that Ireland in England; Feb. 14, 1914, Engjfor that occasion at least he would earn land versus Ireland in England; Feb. Ibis salary. He was a perfect swords-ma- n 20. 1914. Scotland versus Wales in and a dead shot with a pistol at Scotland; March 14, 1914, Scotland verhort range, but had never fought with sus Ireland in Scotland; March 10, rifles. Abner, who had all the so cal- Wales versus England in Wales; April led trickery of the Yankee as well as 4, Scotland versus England in Scotland. fue fighting proclivities of the Georgian, had sent him word that he'd betBaseball Abroad. ter make a will, since he proposed to Richard C. Klegin has announced an aim straight at his heart and he had international baseball league in Eusever missed, anything with a rifle. rope. Just after daylight one morning the Teams have already been formed in fighting editor drove up to a secluded London and Paris, and the proposed epot in the Bois de Boulogne, alighted league will include also Berlin, Brussvith his attendants and waited for his sels, Copenhagen, Monte Carlo, Milan antagonist Presently an automobile and Nice. Klegin has leased the stadiAppeared. On the roof was something um in London. The players hail from of a black hue and oblong shape the the United States. afcr" re of which could not in the dim Sgitt be detected. Abner alighted, and porter of his store removed the ar-- England Not In Australian Regatta.of The Amateur Rowing Association f rom the roof and carried it on to England has forbidden an English field. M. Chicolet went up to It for eight oared shell crew to go to Austra-fclook and saw a coffin, on the lid of Ha for the purpose of competing at tne lich was a silver plate bearing the a regatta next SeptemDied" -t- hat le "Jules Chicolet ber. The objection of the governing ry day body is because the Australian officials This groM. Chicolet shuddered. were to provide the English oarsmen tesque American way of fighting threw with return tickets for their journey. him off his balance. Abner stood near be coffin, leaning on a long rifle and looking at the man hp intended should England Takes Up Pole Vaulting Again English athletes are to take up pole occupy it with a strange, diabolical seeing vaulting, heretofore neglected owing to stare. One of the attendants, danger of the pole and that the fighting editor was losing his i the jumper being impaledbreaking They on It the nerve, asked if there was no hope of Abner replied that have recently introduced a new pole, san arrangement composed of bamboo bound with a certhe journaj must let him alcne. A between the seconds, tain kind of tape, which is of extraorwas held iind it was agreed that Abner should dinary strength and safe. withdraw his charge of blackmailing Cheney Knows Wagner's Weakness. and the paper would publish an item Larry Cheney of the Cubs says that especially comfin its home department wringing machine. last season he learned the secret of mending the Eureka Then the party drove to a cafe, where how to pitch to Hans Wagner. Past they breakfasted together, while the balls inside, he says, are the hardest coffin was carried on the automobile for Honus to hit but he admits that Jje Dutehmuf probabiy oould average to the undertaker's shop from which 300 off those too. borrowed. it had been J Henloy-on-Yarrcon-iferen- ce -- afternoon." Abner said that all he wanted was to e let alone, but while he was talking M. Chicolet passed out of a rear door sand left him standing alone. The wringing machine agent went back to iiis store to think the matter over. "While there a genteelly dressed iJxenchman entered and said he came o arrange an affair between M. Church and M. Chicolet. .LVD.MV1I . ;" s, J. ' J&s& Divide a city into a mau's name and a stronghold. Divide a city into a stream and a tract of land. Divide a city into angry, a pronoun and a male child. Divide a city into a small stream and another city. Divide a city into "to part" and that which is not water. Divide a city into novel and a harbor. Answers. Belfast, Jackson. Hartford, Charleston, Boston, Bangor, Frankfort, Springfield, Madison, Brooklyn, Cleveland. Newport A Monkey's Adventure. Hazel Hoisington, who lives in Adrian, Mich., owns a monkey, which is very likely named Jocko, and Jocko wanted to have a holiday. He didn't ask anybody, but just watched his chance and hopped out of the house. He was gone a week, and Hazel Hoisington had decided that he would never come back when a deputy sheriff discovered something in a tree. He thought it was an owl and was going to shoot it. but just In time he saw that it was a monkey. He determined to capture the monkey, and so he called all the other deputy sheriffs, and they gave chase. The monkey made good time through the treetops, but the trees gave out at last, and he made for the chimney of a deserted house. There he was caught and put under arrest and taken thus to his mistress, who was very glad to see him again. Chicago News. Photo by American Press Association. Corporations or individuals suspected of playing fast and Ioi.se with the anti-trulaw must keep a watchful eye. if they are guilty, or Attorney General James C. McReynolds will get them. The attorney general has begun and is directing several important investigations which may lead to new or renewed prosecution of those who, Mr. McReynolds has reason to believe, are breaking or evading the Sherman law. Before entering President Wilson's cabinet Attorney General McReynolds was known as a trust buster of persistency aud determination. He enofficial life in 1903 as an assisttered ant attorney general by appointment of President Roosevelt For the government he has acted in many important suits, among them the tobacco trust litigation, the anthracite coal cases and federal prosecution of railroads. He is a native of Kentucky years old Ills eduand is sixty-on- e cation was obtained at Vanderbilt university, Nashville, Tenn., and the University of Virginia. After graduation he practiced law at Nashville and later filled a chair at Vanderbilt university. Prior to his appointment to the cabinet he had for several years prac ticed his profession in New York city. st treatment At the close of last year about 10 per cent of the roads of the United States could be classed as improved, a gain of Vfa per cent in three years. A seed drill invented in Austria sows fertilizer three or four inches below the grain to strengthen the roots of the latter in dry soils or seasons. New Zealand has a new law providThe Kitchen Apron. ing for the revoking of any patent not Aprons for wear in the kitchen should worked in that country within four be all enveloping. They can be made years after it has been issued. of gingham, percale or white lawn; but Switzerland is about to establish the largest national park in Europe. It however made, they should completely is in the canton of Grisons and has an cover the skirt and should have a large bib. A ruffle about the bottom area of nearly eighty square miles. apron protects the hem of the Instead of Imprisoning the unfortu- of the as catches dress, and wards off anyit nates in buildings, Germany Is experi- thing which Is spilled or dropped. menting with its insane by keeping Kitchen aprons need not be unattracabout 2,000 of them on a large farm. tive because they are big and serviceGermany has prohibited the passage able. They can be made of white self through its customs houses of firearms figured percale or madras, edged with that do not bear marks showing they blue or pink or any other color. A have been thoroughly tested by their folded bias lawn band can be folded makers. over the edges of the apron like a Twenty-fiv- e years ago Argentina had binding or scalloping braid, which is to import its flour. Today it sells sold in many colors and styles and can wheat to the world, the annual harvest be stitched under a neatly turned hem. value amounting to more than $300.-000.000 A window ventilator that a handy for his mother has recently been put on the market A piece of board about four or five inches wide and as long as the inside of the window is wide has a rectangular space cut out of its center and this space covered with a wire screen. A tin shield or roof is nailed above thi3 screened opening to keep out the rain. This side of the board is turned outward. On the inner side the opening leads into a trough-lik- e attachment that has a lid hinged to it The air enters through the screen, and the trough deflects it toward the ceiling. There is no draft .Hid no obstruction of the light as the device fits under the window sash. boy can make Commissioner of Corpcrations. Joseph Edward Davies of Madison. Wis., who recently took the oath of office as commissioner of corporations, is secretary of the national Democratic Mr. Davies" nomination committee. was originally sent to the senate, but was withdrawn by President Wilson when he learned that action by the senate was not necessary. Preparatory to constructive work in legislation and to the announcement bj the administration of a definite proFun With a Pipe. Any child can have a lot of fun with gram in regard to "big business" the an old clay pipe, a dried pea or bean bureau of corporations, it is said, will and a pin. A tube bent at a right an- make a careful survey of the data al gle is as good as a pipe. Stick the pin through the pea and let it fall, point downward, into the pipe. Place the other end of the pipe in the mouth and blow into the opening and you will see a funny sight The pea and pin will dance and balance themselves as long as the blower has breath to work the tiling. Most children like homemade toys, and this is one. The same pipe (which I T can be procured for a penny) is the ivi i good old kind used for blowing the fashioned kind of soap in clear water. A little glycerin added to the water will make the bubbles clear and irides- cent , From a Bird Paper. Residents of Country lane are warned against cats that have recently moved in with people who have no love for birds. Pop Goose of Canada made us a flying visit yesterday on bis way north. We are pleased to report that the pi- rales known as hawks are gradually.' disappearing from this part of the parth. For rent, a nest in the hat on the old scarecrow, Cherry grove. Washington lane. Former tenants will sublet cheap. Apply Sparrow Blrdbouse, near weathCopyright by American Press Association. er vane, Richmau's property. Chestnut JOSEPH E. DAVIES. Hill. Philadelphia Ledger. ready amassed and will collect more, with a view to determining scientificalAt the Zoo. why is summer like ly whether monopolistic or competitive "I say, monkey, business is the more efficient aud a circus?" whether trusts reach thefr limit of ef"Give it up,' said the chimpanzee. "Because the heat Is in tents (tense)." ficiency at a certain point Prior to the last presidential cam"Ha, ha! You think you're funny." paign Mr. Davies was little known outside his state, although a member of Fourth of July. the national Democratic committee There was once a small boy llvlns In from Wisconsin. During the precou-ventio- n Texas fight he proved such a capable Who bought a small cannon on purpose to vex us. campaigner, however, that when the He pbured in the powder and said, "They'll contest for the presidency opened lie was put in charge of the western headbe lucky If soon they don't hear from me there In quarters. Kentucky." The new commissioner is a native or But the small cannon mmt with such ter- Watertown, Wis., In his thirty-sevent-h rible fury year, and was admitted to the bar in That pieces, not peace reigned from 1901. The next year he was elected Maine to Missouri. prosecuting attorney of Jefferson coun And Johnny was blown, with other small ty. Wis, and soon became active in fcov. . politics. He was chairman of t!i jtonventitfu m ISMH. To .i uiiu which some persons pronounce s'.'. ' being represented Democratic state committee in 11)10 ' Ulynolse! . -- Lala Karim Dut, a Hindu barber, who died recently in Meerut, had for the past three j'ears slept every night with two pet pythons coiled up beside him in his bed. The town planning development at Southend, London's new suburb, forty miles due east, on the English channel, is converting that part'of the coast into a model garden city. Probably the most practical result of the ill fated Scott expedition to the south pole was the discovery of a great coal Geld, said to be at least G30 miles long. Its width has not been ascertained. n Chile is one of the countries where thrift Is common and peace and order prevail. The savings bank deposits have increased about 130 per cent in four years and 40 per cent from 1911 to 1912. "Jennie," a Scotch collie, so faithfully guarded a little girl in Chicago the other day that the police for three hours could not approach the child, which had wandered from home followed by the dog. The Texas owner of a large dairy herd believes he is the only man in the United States who cultivates the prickly pear, raising a GOO acre field of it annually and feeding his stock the pads after removing the thorns. Strange uses are being found for some of the cues lately cut off in vast numbers by the Chinese. A British woolen manufacturer recently received an offer of Ave tons of such hair for weaving into woolen fabrics. Little Rock, Ark., spent $20,000 on playgrounds last year. The money was raised by public subscription through the efforts of a highly organized playground association. The enthusiasm for playgrounds has since spread to other cities in the same region. Two teachers in the schools' of Berlin are this j'ear celebrating their fiftieth anniversary of school teaching others who have There are forty-tw- o taught forty years and'forty-seve- n who years. The have taught twenty-fiv- e Berlin Teachers' society will tender a banquet to these veterans in December. Wales has adopted the American plan of sending agricultural missionary trains throughout the principality, teaching the farmers the best methods of raising poultry. Great gain has resulted. Cities visited have been Pwllheli, Almwch and Lanymnech The train visited districts where no Eng-lig- h is spoken William T. Scott the only colored man ever nominated for president of the United States by a regularly conducted national convention, is a candidate for the position of minister to the negro republic of Haiti. He was nominated for president by the National Liberty party at the St Louis Latin-Americative-year-- Handy Helps. the water fresh and sweet in vases of cut flowers add to it a mall bit of sugar. When beating up the whites of eggs To keep add a tiny pinch of surprised to find how much better and faster they whip up. A veil rolled each time It is taken off will keep neat much longer than when folded. Gloves pulled out and smoothed will wear twice as long as if they were crushed and tossed into a drawer. Turnips nre improved by adding one or two tablespoonfuls of sugar when cooking. salt You will be Creamed New Potatoes. To cook new potatoes scrape them and throw at once into cold water. Boil in salt water and when tender add enough butter and pepper to season and make a rich cream gravy around them. Blend the flour and cream or milk together until very smooth. Add it gradually to the boiling water around the potatoes. Do not have too much gravy when the potatoes are served. Scorched Linen. To remove scorch from linen use the juice of an onion Bake a large cuion and squeeze out the juice through a piece of inuslin. Mix with ooe ounce of fuller's earth, a little finely shredded soap and a wineglassful of vinegar Boil together till the soap has dissolved, leave till cold and then apply thp preparation to the scorched linen. Let it dry and then wash in the usual way Remove Cooking Odors. In cooking many odors are very offensive and must be removed from the kettles before they can be used again. Salt on the dishcloth is good, but if a little cornjneal is sprinkled on the stove and the utensils Inverted over it for a few seconds the odor will vanish. Cleaning Varnish. To wash varnish steep some tea leaves in water for half an hour, then rtrain them out and use the liquid for washing the varnished wood. This decoction gives the woodwork a cleaner, fresher look than when washed with wnly soap and water To Launder Corsets. Spread the corsets smoothly over a wooden table or board and fasten with thumb tacks. Then with a stout nailbrush and some white soap and warm water scrub each section carefully. Rinse in warm water and dry quickly. Cleaning Raincoats. A simple and excellent way to remove dirty marks from a raincoat Is to cut a raw potato In slices and nfb It wp'I on rT'? J "!!' j' re- thirty-seve- n states move tuiiii children's tp .fain-. uats and men's trousers. fri::i drs It Uirt. -- -- .u n THE ADAIR COUNT 1 BirdseVe view of our Plant THE SAME OLD SEASONS. They Are Just About as They Were Couple of Centuries Ago. The belief of many people that the seasons art undergoing some kind of change has led Professor Ignazio Galli to examine the weather records of the entire eighteenth century. The investigations of Professor (Jalli show fifty-on- e winters that lasted wel warm winters, into spring, thirty-on- e thirteen unusually early winter. old twelve mild winters followed L springs, eleven mild winters followed by mild springs, eleven cold autunui.N. eight very warm springs, eight sum mers with frosts and five very warm autumns. There was one instance of six consecutive warm seasons.' More s than of the periods of unusual weather occurred between the middle of autumn and the end of spring. Many times during the eighteenth century the same apparent anomalies recurred at the same seasons in several successive years. In every case the seasons regained their normal characteristics. There have always been persons who imagined that the seasons were becoming warmer or colder than before. There is. however, small foundation for such beliefs. The world Las indeed experienced many cold summers and many warm winters, but such seasons are not the rule, but the exception. Youth's Companion. three-quarter- news AND - BIRDS COLORS. "Largest in Dixie" W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated Louisville, Kentuckv. Columns, Windows, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, NOT AFRAID OF COFFINS. Specia AH Among the Chinese They Are Gladly Pesrons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The Government 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 Splendid We OfrV.r Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone 13 A Clubbing Bargain DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST rooms in Jeffries The Adair And County Office, Front BTd'g up stairs. The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One r V Columbia, - Kentucky G. P. SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE Year For Only new tpLOD foe. Subscriptions may or rene.wal What The Weekly Enquirer Is It is issued every Thursday. Subscription pria Jl per year, and it is one of the best home metIt has all the faciliropolitan weeklies of to-da- y. J N. n. h. jojsles Veterinary Sutgton nd tientlbt ears experience. Special attention given to' Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHOE NO. 7. oa ties of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for the World's events, and for that reason Tan Kive you all the leading news. It carries a great amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials market reports. Its and reliable departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. obtain-in- s Tnis grand ofl'er 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 J WELL DRILLER Peafowls Wanted. $1.50 to $2.00 each W. T. Hodgen. I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me before contracting. Latest machinery of all kinds. im-yroved Campbellsville, Ky. Pump Repairing Done. me a Call. J. C. YATES Shake Off Your Rheumatism. Give Now is the time to get rid of your cent rheumatism. Trp a twenty-fiiv- e bottle of Chsmberlain's Liniment and see how quickly your rheumatic pains disappear. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad. Legend Says Nimrod, Noah's Grandson, Founded the Race. Among the many interesting bits of history which are included in "Old Homes of New Americans." Dr. Francis E. Cl."'ks study of the original life and surroundings of our immigrants, is a brief account of the tradivVe tional origin of the Huns and Magyars. According to this story. Ximrod. grandson of Noah, was the founder of the race. His wife, Vneh. bore him tWO SOUS Hunyor and Magyar. These two brothers who were great hunters like their father, who has given his name to eve'iv expert user of the ar- ro,T: sp,ear and fnfsme ?1S T7Z chasing a the Caucasus, were led to move westward and found a country rich in fertile meadows and green fields. The doe vanished from before their eyes, for she had evidently been in- Can't KeeP It Secret TakePIenlyof Time to Eat. vented by the mythmakers to lead the brothers into their new domain, and af tThere is a saying that "rapid eatThe splendid work of Chamberlain's erward, we are told, the progeny of T iblets is dails becoming more wide- ing is slow suicide." If you havtr Hunyor settled beyond the Volga, while ly aown. No such grand remedy for formed the habit of eating too lapidly the sons and grandsons of Magyar set- - stomach and liver troubles has ever you are most likely suffaring from in tied about the river Don and were Priceless Tears. been known. For sale by run II Drug digestion or coiiatisation. which will' Before General Luke Wright became known thereafter as Ad. result eventually in serious illness unHowever much or however little true Co. governor general of the Philippines he less corrected. Digestion begins k practiced law in Memphis It so befell history is found in this maze of myths, on one occasion that he was engaged the names have persisted through all After all, why correct the the mouth. Food should be thoroughly masticated and insalivated. Theu to defend a man for murder, while his the centuries. The Huns devastated Europe in the early centuries, and proof even if the compositor does when you have a fullness of tfl son was the state prosecutor. In his final argument while pleading "Magyar" is still the most honored set it up vulgar instead of Uomach or feel dull and stupid after eating, take ote of Charaberlain,s-Tablets- . with the jurors to free his client Gen name by which the people of Hungary Bulgar styles. Many severe cases of stomeral Wright wept copiously. As he fin choose to be known. ished his speech and sat down, wiping ach trouble and constipation lutvcs To See the Back of Your Eye. h's still streaming eyes, the younger been cured by the use of these taWats.-Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Behind the eye. what is called the Wright rose to close the case for the They are eisy to tik iiul moat agree?" retina, is lined with branching blood commonwealth. Diarrhoea Remedy. able in r.Seet Solrib Paull Dru Co-Avessels, and a curious but perfectly j "Gentlemen of the jury," he began. Every family without exception "I am overcome with admiration for simple experiment will enable you to my father. He has powers which see- - these. Place yourself in a dark i should keey this preparation at hand s. room, opposite a dar colored wall; during the hot weather of the even I. his son. did not suspect he po It is our notion, howevsr, that" sessed. You behold him shedding tears then light a candle and. holding it in CholChamberlain's Colic. she world needs simplified talk your hand, move it up and down befor his client, who. I am informed. him only a small fee fore your eyes, all the time looking era and? Diarrhoea Remedy is worth ing more than simplified spellGentle men of the jury. I never before knew uot at the candle, but at the wall be- - ' many times its cost when needed and ing. my father could weep in court for less yond. After a little practice you will be needed before ' is almost certain to than $3.000!" Saturday Evening Post. see appear on the wall a great branch- Move on Now! ing figure in black on a reddish sur- - the summer is over. It has no supeface. What you are looking at is the rior for the purposes for which it is says a policeman to a street cowd, and? Relax In the Water. Lew Sarett explains the difficulty shadow of these blood vessels at the j Buy it now. For sale by wiiack heads if it don't. "Move am which the nonswimmer has in remain- back of your own eye. Perhaps the j intended. now," says the big. harsh mineral ' Ad. ing afloat in "The Knack of Learning most curious part of the whole thing Paull Drug Co. pills to bowel congestion andsurtering: to Swim," in Outing, as follows: Is that the part of the eye which re- follows. Dr. King's New Life Pilts Gasp. Makes the Nation "The nonswimmer. fearing the wa ceives the impression of light must lie don't bulldoze the bowels. They gentter, very naturally tenses his muscles behind these blood vessels. London The awful list of injuries on a Fourth ly persuade them to right action, ami as he struggles to keep his head above Graphic. of July stsggers humanity. Set over health follows. 25c at Paull Drug Oiu. the water until he is as hard as a rpek. and, like a rock, he sinks, whereas the against it, howaver, is the wonderful Ad. Cured Her. swimmer, having no fear, relaxes his There is alwas u way out if one seeks healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of The dollars are flowing in muscles and hence becomes buoyant. in the proper direction. Dow the lady thousands, who sutlered from burns, The explanation is a simple physical of tin house nut a ston to a telenhone cuts, bruises, bullett wounds or explo turtle serum, but where are tha one. Tense, taut muscles increase the . . quick healer of ous .. ? specific gravity of the body and make Xew York Sun: "A busy housewife on sions. Its the " ulcers, eczema, sore iip 01 pi es. "7iC it sink in water: loose, relaxed muscles the west side had been called tt the i Ulcers and Skin Troubles. (given .an ordinary supply of air iu the telephone every day for two weeVs by at Paull Drug Co. Ad. lungs) will make the body float" some person who Inquired if that was If you are suffering rith any old,. Loa Angftles has two lady running or fever sres, ulcers, boils-the meat market. It seemed impossible to straighten oul the phone numbers. A Little In Advance. "coppers" and it is said to be eczema or other skin troubles get &. A Washington man and hi9 wife, The housewife became angry. So the box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve andi whose domestic complications .are fre- other day when called she admitted quite a sensation uj k ymv.w-b- y will gat relief promptly. Mrs. Bruce' " nlnoViorl quent but not serious, had one evening that it was the meat market and very Jones, of Birmingham, Ala., suffered one of them, t called upon a married couple. On their pleasantly took a rush order for a dozfrom an ugly ulcer for nine montlis- way home the lady said:en lamb chops. She hasn't been bothEnds Hunt for Rich Girl. and Bucklen's Arnica Salue cured her "Now. in the case of the Parkers. I ered since." in two weeeks. Will help you. Only should say it was an ideal marriage Often th hunt forla rich wife ends 25c Recommended by Paull Dragf Really, I believe they both think absoA Disadvantage. ' Ad. lutely alike." when the man meett a woman that Co. "It is impossible to get a fair strong "Charming people, charming people!" mate of the output of the uses Electric Bitters. Her said hubby. "But about the thinking. hen." a bright broiu and even Gladys, if you will notice, she general"Why is it impossible to get a fair nerves tell in complex- Her peach-blooly thinks first" Lippincott's. 4 temper. record?" pure "Because, no master how you fix it ion and ruby lips result from her the record is bound to be a fowl one." Undesirable Neighbors. iiar bright eves from restful ' "There's a foreign couple living in -- Baltimore American. ti7if.Z8TLHZ 3 ' sleep: her elastfc step from tirm, free j the flat next to us, and they are simply jr wvwvifijmjn'iiimwiwK torment to rny wife." crrcat ditre?? muscles, all tsllingiol the heaitn ana Path of Least 'Resistance. ir..c 3. tri.-- .. t.oany thiaps . J a "Why so?" fort "Do you beliere in telepathy?" give a wo i strength Electric Bitters "They quarrel Incessantly, and she fc st pJs c- - A.r. Lc.r.9 1 "Yes." .e'r trcd ia indiges.an't understand a word of it" "Have you had any experience in man, and the freedom from Courier-Journathafline?" tion, backache, headache, fainting "No. But I'd rather say I believe it dizzy spells they promote. EveryTook Its Place. than invite some enthusiast on the sub- and u - uzm K TIow did they happen to meet?" ject to give me an argument about it" where they are woman's favorite remC.E. Hatfield. Goyaa, W. Va. Washington Star. "He ran over that poodle of which edy. If weak or ailing try them. 50c 26 CENTS PZZ BOTTLE AT ALL ORl'GGISTS: she was so fond." Ad. Drug Co. at Paull "Did he replace it?" A Worse Fall. "Looks that way He and she are Young Man AVy cousin has very Mr. James M. Arvin, of Campnow engaged." Louisville Courier long hair. When she undoes it it falls Singer Sewing Machines bellsville, is located here looking Journal. down to her waist His Sweetheart Singer best by test now display., a fc. Indeed! Her Kid Brother That's after the interest of the Never depend upon your genius. If nothin'. When you undo your hair it S.'M. Co. business. the Singer office. eon have non. industry will supply falls to the floor, don't it Mary? Lon33-Ad. die deficiency. Ruskia 33-don Telegraph. Ad. Accepted as Presents. Some one who knows Chinese peo-nl- e vorv well once told a tale to show that they do not permit themselves the luxury of nerves. She said she had gone one day, before the Boxer riots, to visit an old lady who lived out in the country far beyond Weihsien. When the American woman arrived the old lady was out. but presently she . came in and announced that she had just been out "watching the men dig j her grave, but as it began to rain she had told them to wait for a pleasanter day." She did not die for years after that but she had the comforting assurance that her errnvp was rpsiflv fnr i .. .. I,nf.n ,..1, hnr. ever sie cared to occupy it The same American had the expe- rience or sleeping in a room witn a very large coffin when she was visiting a Chinese friend, and the next morning the old grandfather of the family call ed her attention to its excellences and explained that his son had made him a ' present of it "Isn't the wood fine!" he asked admiringly. "It cost a lot of money." Old people accept such presents as marks of filial love, and not at all as a hint for them to occupy the j coffin. New York Post . i Pigeons and Chickens Can See What Is Invisible to Man. It has been slowly brought to our understanding that the world is uot the same to all creatures, and probably no experiments have tended more to make this clear than those on the color sense of chickens, pigeons, owls and kestrels. Hungry chickens and pigeons were first kept an hour in a bright room for them to become accustomed to the light. The floor was then spread with a smooth black cloth, evenly covered with grains of wheat, a strong spectrum was thrown on it from the ceiling and the hungry animals were turned .loose. They picked the wheat flrst from the bright red, then the ultra red. next the yellow and finally the green. They touched nothing in the blue and violet because they saw nothing: but, on the other hand, they saw the grains in the ultra red that were invisible to the men. This proved that for chickens and pigeons the spectrum is shortened at the violet end of short wave length and extended at the red end of long wave length. This is the effect one might expect from wearing orange colored glasses and demonstrated that fowls r.ee through such spectacles in the form of yellow and orange oil globules embedded in the light sensitive layer. To kestrels and buzzards the brightest zone was the green instead of the red. the blue being visible. To owls the colors were as men see them. London Mail. HUNS AND The Daily Louisville And The P Times News Adair s County It the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. is Democratic Wood-ro- w and is heartily supporting Wilson for the he campaign is on and if you want m -- MAGYARS. keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States sub scribe for the Times. can furnish The Times and The Adam ,t. i ,, 1 i i County News both for $4.50 per year. Come k) the office or mail in your subscription. I : -j 1 I i Don-Magyar- s. ( i J j sum-month- Ia-pai- d J ! j fo I , . "'a"'"' f'""'" . esti-Americ- . -- T- m i. i i vo. &5iB? . ! -. c Lon-.svill- e l. BR.iCiRSG'S WHV8I.B1 k.m 2t i 2t . r .i --- JJ3T ttUWt' .' THE ADAIR COUNlltflCEWS -- 4 . i TME ABAIB' COUNTY -- HEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE - - 4. Adair County News Company.; ( Incorporated.) CHAS. S. HARRIS g L EDITOR. ? ; X Democratic newspaper devoted to the ln- crest of the City of Columbia and the people Aflalrand adjacent counties. ' U . ' . Entered at the Columbia afl class mail matter. Post-offi- ce as sec- - ffED. JUNE 25, A DREAM. 1918! A decade ago, long since The IN News made its initial bow to the you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not'only in point of service, but unlike other public and pledged its best enfirst class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent deavors to this part of the State, Restaurant service Adair county was represented Elegantly Furnished Rooms with hot nnd The Cafe is in charge of Experts and the cold running water and private CI fjfl cuisine and service is unexcelled. Our merely by a little spot on the ?A.UU per djy prices are most moderate. European service, toilet, but choice of club breakfast, each f)p 1 Cft Elegantly Furnished Rooms with map of the inland part of the un..person...... ?X.JV day Private Bath, 12:C0 to Cftf Table dliote lnncheon from "(Yin r, wrr.rcnn UJ developed, inaccessible territory $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Table d'dote dinner, from 6:00 to .$1.00 8.00 p. nu, per person of Kentucky, being U enty miles Large Sample Rooms with CO Cft Private Bath, per day ?.JJ Rathskeller open from p. m. to 1:00 a. m. from a rail road with almost imMusic by the Finest Orchestra in the City passible public roads, within her Reservation should be made whenever possible. borders, for eight months in the GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Met. the Republicans harmonized and ROBT. B. JONES. Manager. $ year. Under those conditions, Hxkl. Pattex, Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotel Assutr (open May 12, 1913), likewise the Democrats. Atlanta, Ga., under same management and ownership. bad as they were, the bulk of intelligent brain where reason The Confederate pension bill her citizens seemed content and played its part in solving the issue of the News In happy, and but little inclination proposition, developing into our Dr. John D. Combest, who lives has been declared constitutional manifest to make a change condi- present magnificent roads at a at Russell Springs, is announced by the Court of Appeals. tions could be seen. Naturally very small annual cost. Those as a Republican Candidate to Zion. private thrift was in full accord who feared that a 25 cent road represent Russell and Casey with public enterprise, so this tax to support the bonds would counties in the next Legislature, iiN entire section was indifferent to prove a fearful burden and dis- subject to the action of the We are having some rather cool weather at present. a change and unmindful of the courage the people, now find the August primary. Dr. Combest Misses Irene and Emma Mur-rel- l, tremendous cost it was paying very opposite. Since we have was born and reared in Casey of Craycraft, were guests at for its industrial sleep. Jn near- the roads, since Columbia has county, but for the past eight For Sale the home of Mrs. Lizzie Murrell ly every part of the county boomed by solid industries and years he has resided and prac-- 'i Also Nice many farms could be seen in a become a thrifty little city of five ticed his profession at Russell last Saturday and Sunday. 'Aunt" Menervia Montgomery, fearfully neglected eondition, thousand, and since the farmers Springs. He comes from a ReIn Campbellsville while their owners were spend- on every one of our beautiful publican family, himself and sev who has been in very poor health See N. W. MILLER'S Real Estate Agency ing much time at side occupa- roads have been aroused, farm en brothers having been active in for some time, is no better at CampbeJJsville, Ky., tions working at the game of products have increased two-fol- d every campaign since and before this writing. making "buckle and tongue on the same acreage. New they reached their majority. He Some of our farmers are beBefore buying. They moved and lived in fences displace old ones. Old is a gentleman possessing a lib- ginning to cut their wheat The meet. a manner indifferent to public houses are being repaired, and eral education and is a great crop is very good at this time. advancement and unmindful of many new ones being erected. reader, keeping up with all quesMisses Myrtie and Mabel Wil- their real interests when com- Since people of a progressive in- tions touching the interest of the lis, of Gadberry, spent last week 236 W. Jefferson, St. pared with other sections that clination are coming from other people, and those who know him with their grandmother, Mrs. Louisville, Ky. had caught the spirit of advance- parts of the country, buying best say that he would make a Mollie Willis, at this place, ment, Columbia, likewise, was small farms at double the price most creditable representative. Ml Things Electrical Mrs. Vinia Young 13 on the drifting with her surroundings, of land under old conditions, He is a graduate of the Lebanon, sick list this week. Write for for it is out of the ordinary and since they get more money for Ohio, Literary School, and he alOn account of the bad weather Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet beyond the power of a town to their products and market for so spent two years in the State only a few attended our regular 1 ririB0V grow and prosper in a sluggish one-ha- lf " Telegraph Inst. the expense. Since all University at Lexington, and is preaching Sunday, but those ' community. The two are insep- these things fears have flown, a graduate of the University of : Telephone preserit were greatly benefitted arably connected, the one de- and the supposed burden has Medicine, Louisville, having by the most excellent talk made Medical Battery " pendent on the other. In those proven a blessing. "Leaf by spent four years in that institu- by Bro. Bush, on "The Sunday iv Electric Light days a few public spirited men leaf the roses fall, drop by drop tion. He thinks he knows the School." The evening service Linemen Tools and Line Material were to be found who could not the spring ran dry." The best interest of the people, and was well attended. be content with the trend of pub- dreamy farmer, the town pessi- he desires to have some legislaMiss Irene Murrell, of Cray-craf- t, We all lic improvements or the limited mist could not see advancement tion done for their benefit. He sympathize with her of Kentucky. She funeral ser-- f and Miss Elva Murrell, opportunities to develop a in borrowing money and Building offers his candidacy, knowing ather and mother and two little ' vices were conducted by the this place, are on an extended business but they were roads, but now the mist has dis- that he is qualified, and he prombrothers in the saddest hour of ! Methodist pastor after which the hopelessly in the minority and appeared since miles and miles ises, that should he be nom- visit to Spurlington and Lebatheir life. She was a loving lit- remains were laid to rest. non. bore, as best they could, the of beautiful roads stretch out inated and elected, he will make Avie Dudley, tle girl and was loved by all who Mr. Hollis Morrison, of Gad- drag of events, looking forward from Columbia in every direction a faithful servant, at all times beMason City, 111. tknew her, and will be missed by to an awakening of the people. and the merry hum of industry ing at his post of duty. He asks uerry, viaiueu nib aiaier, iura. us all but most of all by the famSinger Sewing Machines guarFor years after feeble protests is inspiring music to all. Mud that his candidacy be given a fa- Susie B. Willis last Sunday. ily. But weep not as those who anteed ten years. were made against such condi- bespattered vehicles are seen no vorable consideration, promising Ther will be singing at Zion 33-have no hope, for she is safe Ad. A one horse load pulled to appreciate every effort put the 5th Sunday afternoon contions, and the little band of ag- more. with Jesus and is beckoning to itators had almost lost hope, by four mules has passed to the forth in the contest in his inter ducted by Profs. Cabbell and Local MarKet. loved ones to come and join her nothing occurred to tickle their beyond. Land values are still est. Thanking those who have Jones. Everybody invited. around God's eternal throne! fancy or to increase their zeal. advancing and the farmers, chief promised to stand by him,- and Mr. J. Gilpin and son, Law- where there will be no more EK 12 Thus it was from year to year, beneficiaries of the roads, are with the best wishes for the peorence, of Sparkesville, visited the partings and sad goodby's. Her Mens from decade to decade. Now wearing smiles with Dank ac- ple of the two counties, he starts 11 former's daughter, Mrs. L. B. sickness was one of suffering, Chickens counts accumulating. Our into the canvass. we look back to see the folly of CocXs Gadberry Saturday and Sunday. although every effort was made' Turkeji those days and the fearful costs schools have taken on new life to relieve her pain but to no Miss Matt Tupman is visiting G8 of such stupidity and indiffer- and both town and county holds The announcement, of Mr. avail. The tie is broken and she Duck 8 relatives in Trylor county this ence. We now see that it was hope and inspiration to her many Henry Hudson for Magistrate gone to the realities of that Wool spring: clipping. in has week. active young people who, in the s not inability that isolated this Harmony dis 1 great beyond. It is such a sweet Hides (green) the Glenville and town and" county from the bus- past, were forced to go to more trict appears in this issue. Mr. 45 thought for her loved ones to Feathers Obituary. profitable sections. No individ . iness centers, held development 5 50 knoNv she is at rest wish Jesus Ginseng Hudson is comparatively a young Beeswax 25 in check and deprived us of the ual mere keenly enjoys the elec man but shows evidence of husOn the 19th of March the and sooner or later they all can Yellow Root 2 60 many modern conveniences that trical effect of aroused energies tle in business. He was born death angel visited the home of join her around God's eternal May Apple(per lb) 2 enter largely into the progress and ambitions than the editor of and rerred in this town, but has Mr. and Mrs. Boss Pickett and throne with an unbroken band. and happiness d all. It is clear- - The News, who for many years resided in Glenville for several claimed for its victim their little It was awful hard to give up 1 keep on hands a full stock H! coffins and caskets, also robes; ly seen now that our present was misunderstood in his efforts years where the people, probably daughter, Inous. See had been their only little daughter, but it hearses. Prompt service night or day. great industrial activity 'could and theories for a larger Colum- every voter in the district know afflicted several months with was the will of God. His will be 29. liave resulted many years ago bia and a more prosperous coun- him, and thus know he has been throat trouble and on the 16th done, not ours. The Lord giveth Phone 45-yr J. F. Triptett, li'ad the people so decreed, for it ty and adjoining counties. All urged to make the race with of March took the membranous and the Lord taketh Columbia, Ky. blessed b e Ad all rests on only two successful criticisms have been left behind, many assurances of success. He croup and died on the 19th. She the name of the Lord. The funShake Off Your Rheumatism. efforts the building of twenty and The News will still continue is a democrat and seeks his nom- leaves two little brothers, Lyman eral services were held at New - Now is the get rid miles of railroad, connecting Co- on the line of progress not mere- ination through the Democratic and Lindsay, who will never re- Bulin, 111., where she had lived rheihnatism. time to twenty-fiiv- of your Trp a cent lumbia with the markets, and ly to hold up present conditions party in the August primary. member little Inous. She was just one month o the day bottle of Chsmberlain's Linimpnt. nnd when qpa linw nnirtklv vnnr rhftiimnfio ihe making of macadam roads of but to make better all the while. He promises to make an active three years and five months old. death came. She was a native disappear. Sold by Paull Drug Co.noine Ad. pt-- r 0 4.-0- the main thorough fares of the Columbia population should reach county. Those were tremendous 10,000 mark jn the the next ten propositions with the average years. Adair county lands ought citizen until accomplished, and to again double in value by that since then every body wondered date and sell for $100 per acre why this was not "done many and still be profitable to puryears ago. That small body of chaser. Our 100 miles of roads, men who organized and secured must be doubled in that time and popular subscription for $50,000 develop every neighborhood in of railroad stock, secured right the county. It can be done if of way and induced the L. & N. we do not falter under present Company to extend its line to tendencies. One of the most this town will go down in histo- threatening agencies of disrupry as great benefactors, and yet tion to our furthur advancement this could as well been done seems to be who will be our nom twenty-fiv- e years ago. Then inees for county offices. Alas, how did we get our 100 miles only a dream. We have reveled of fine roads? A few years ago in the realm of posibility, not The News blazed the way for actuality, and the conditions good roads, urging their building above mentioned could be the by selling county bonds. That happy heritage of the people of seemed to be extreme folly when this county if only willing to presented, and many opposed it reach out and do what we are by an appeal to passion and prej- amply able to do. A century udice, and for a time the editor hence, may the good people who received many severe criticisms will breathe the balmy air of which seemed to please many this clime be in possession of consturdy farmers in every part of ditions equal to the foregoing the county. The seed was sown, Its only a dream, but life should many falling in the fertile soil of be more than a dream. to-day- campaign if nominated, and if elected to stand for the best interests ofjthe county. He is a believer in progress, and will favor any move along this line consistent with safe methods. His candidacy is hereby submitted to the voters of his party under the promise to"gracefully accept their verdict. The afternoon of the first day of the Rsssell circuit court was occupied by candidates. Mr. Lilburn Phelps, who .is a candidate to represent Russell and Casey in the next General Assembly, spoke first, presenting his claims. He was followed by the Republican candidates for the Senate Messrs. Cox, Neat and Antle. Mr. J. O. Ewing, the Democratic c a n d i d at e followed. He spoke against all three of the Republicans, taking good care of the Democratic party. Every thing went off harmoniously, that is .. IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT ABSOLUTELY Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modern Hotel Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, CjSf 1 ? FIRE PROOF CTTTjnDPAM PLAN ONLY N 's Farms Taylor and Adjoining Counties Resident Property j i i VHBl erman C Tafel i i 1 i , ; i pros-pero- us 2t - Ta-da- y. - I J ! j 1 ! . 1 , e I THE ADAIR COUNTYNBWS -- - HOT BISCUIT, Eli. There is nothing more scarce in Dingo than news. We are authorized to announce Most All farmers are up with SAM HART a candidate for Jailer of Our farmers are very busy iRussell countysubject to the action Eleven Fine. Fcst Hosiery since the rain was over. They their work, and have nice crops of the voters of the Republican party to award them for their labor. Colors expressed at the primary August. 2nd, say that weeds will grow faster Mr. Uriah Mitchell recently 1913. than weeds any time, but just Black, tan, white, pink, blue, let it rain for two wepks in purchased J. K. Holder's farm. helitrope, navey, lavender, gray, We are authorized to announce ANNOUNCEMENTS . Oliver Willis a candidate for the Assessor. succession and then there is a Mr. Holder hasn't any location wine and purple all these colors Democratic nomination for Jailer of yet. can be obtained 'in Buster Brown's Adair County, subject to the action job sure enough. For County Judge. of the Democrats of this county in the DARNLESS Guaranteed HosMr. O. L. Wilson our most enAugust primary. Ethridge Bennett, candidate We are authorized t o announce iery for Men, Women and Children. LEVI FOLEY, of Webb's precinct, tor the Democratic nomination terprising merchant, who is ocWe are authorized to announce W. We are authorized to announce JO T. McFARLAND a candidate for Z. CONOVER a candidate for Jailer Russell coumty, a candidate for Blister Brown's cupying the Dunbar property of said county, subject to the for Assessor, was here WednesCounty Judge of Adair county, subjec of Adair county subject to the action here, is having a nice trade, he to the action of the Progressive Re of the Progressive party in the Au action of the Republican party, ex- day. gust primary. pressed at the August primay. is also a trader in horses and publican party. Mr. G. Gowen, Sparksville, Guaranteed Hosiery Jersey cows. We are authorized to announce was here on business last Mon We are authorized to announce JAMES W. VAUGHAN a candidate FOR CLFRK For Men, Women and Children B. 0. Russell is bound to have that TANNER OTTLEY is a candi- for Jailer of Adair county subject to day. , date for Judge of the Adair County the action of the Democratic party a mill. He has a steam corn is made in any weight, size or style Court, subject to the expression of in the August primary. Mr. Creed Stotts, Bliss, visited S We are authorized to announce Democrats at the August primary, you want. It's made of the finest mill doing some grinding, and he 1913. MCFARLAND a candidate for relatives here last week. Sea Island Cotton, reinforced with We are authorized to annouuce W. the nomination for County Court also nas lately returned irom- Hogard's Chapel, the new H. WILSON a candidate for Jailer of Clerk, of Russell county, subject to durable linen thread and sells at We are authorized to announce Dr. where he N. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a Adair county, subject to tJie action of the action of the Republican party at Methodist church near her, will Cincinnati markets 25c a pair, or four pairs guarancandidate for Judge of the Adair the Democratic party. has purchased some kind of a the August primary. teed four months for $ . The only County Court, subject to the Demobe dedicated on the 5th Sunday stock of goods. cratic voters who will express their 25c guaranteed silk lisle hosiery We are authorized t o announec in this month. choice at the August primary. For County Attorney. made for women. Ask to see it R. S. ENGLISH, of the Milltown preC. Stephens returned a few Mr. Hadis Harvey is visiting cinct, a candidate for Jailer of Adair next time you buy hosiery. Its apdays ago from the Blue Grass We are authorized to announce J. county, subject to the action of the relatives in Illinois. pearance exceeds its description. W. TDPMAN a candidate for Judge of Democratic voters of said county, exI desire, through the News, to anwhere he went to buy a pair of Adair county court, subject to the pressed at the August primary. nounce myself a candidate for the J. M. Campbell was on the sick work mules. will of the Democratic voters of Adair Russell & Co. nomination, for the otlice of County county, at the August primary. list several days last week, but COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT Attorney for Russell County, subject The sale at the residence of the t o the action o f the Republican is better at this writing. We are authorized to announce ELI late xM. T. Thomas, of Fonthill, We are authorized to announce G. STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate voters of said county. af the coming Two children of Mr. and Mrs. was largely T. HERRIFORDa candidate for the for the Democratic nomination foi August primary. attended, and evers Lee Stotts are dangerously sick thing brought a Republican nomination for County County School Superintendent sub J. II. Stonk. fair price. Judge of Adair county, subject to the ject to the oction of the August pri with whooping cough and it is mary. action of the Republican party at the J. K. Butcher, who has been thought that they will not recovAugust primary. FOR BEPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce confined to his bed with rheuma PROF. TOBIAS HUFFAKER a can- er. There has been a general tism for some time, is reported We are authorized to announce uiutttc lJL UUClillLUUCUU VI X UUUU FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Schools of Adair county, at the No- PHELPS a candidate to repre- epidemic of this disease in this no better. sent RusselJ and Casey counties in the section for the past two months, We are authorized to announce next Legislature, subject to the action GORDON MONTGOMERY a candiMr. W. T. Mitchell recently of the Republican voters, expressed but seems to have about run its date for County Attorney., subject to We are authorized to announce the at the August primary. tha action of the Democratic voters candidacy of J. V. DUDLEY for Coun-o- f course now and we trust that it sold" a saddle horse to Mr. Levo- Adair, expressed at the August ' ty School Superintendent, subject to 1. Jl w 'o f primary. will soon be stamped out. Hun- -' a the action of the Democratic voters We are authorized to anuounc& Dr. 'at the August primary. Mr. Dave Gadberry, of Sun-oldWe authorized to announce R. L. ; John D. Combest a Republican candi- dreds of children as well as some CAMPBELL a candidate for County date to represent Russell and Casey persons have been afflicted, shine, Ky., had the. misfortune Attorney of Adair, subject to the ac- We are authorized to announce G. in the next Legislative of Kentucky, tion of the Demociatic voters at the a. BRADSHAW a candidate for and the disease has been of the t0 2et nls nand badly mashed a primary. sessor. subject to the action of the subject to the action of the August ' Democratic voters of Adair county, primary. few days ago, while working most severe form. expressed at the August primary. with his wheat binder. FOR SHERIFF. zion. W.O. McBeath sold 1 pair work On the 1st day of June, Mrs? SENATOR. We are authorized to announce Additional Locals. & Harris f or W. D. Hardin was gladly sar mules to Stephens JOHN M. WOLFORD a candidate for j , Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the We are authorized to announce L. in spite of the dry weather, 335 and McBeath bought a pair prised by her friends in honor oi action of the Progressive Republican T. NEAT, of Adair county, is a Singer Sewing Machine oil is gardens are looking fine. Sever- - from J. C. Wilson for $350. iher 53 birthday, .vho brought expressed at the August prima- -' d,ida.te to represent the 16th Senatori-r- v al district in the next Senate of Ken- - the best. Price 10c at the shop. " al are having plenty of potatoes ' d tucky, subject to the action of the baskets of good things Ad. t Republican part, as expressed at the T 3' and beans and some few have! to eat. At the noon hour the an,lounce S. H ,r WrH-thorlze.- a candidate for sheriff,- - August primary. The district isCum-oposed of the counties of Adair, f The health of this section is table was spread and every one Adair county, subject to the action berland. Clinton. Rnssell and Wayne. Singer Sewing Machines the had cabbage. partook of the feast. About 50 Miss Dora Young visited rel very gooft at this writing. county, expressed at the August pri- best by test now on display a t mary. 1913 od We are authorized to announce E. atives at Pleasant Hill last Sat Farmers have their crop in j persons were present. The M. COX, of Albany, a candidate tor the Singer office. urday and Sunday. condition, owing to thejtemcon wa3 happily spent In We are authorized to announce A. A Senator in this the 16th Senatorial Ad. t subject to the action of the S1 MILLER a candidate for Sheriff of singing. Misses Allie and Opal Garnett ' dry weather. Adair county, subject to the Demo-- 1 Republican Party in the August marvprimary to be held in August. made a very pleasant visit to Commissioner's Sale. Oats and grasses will be short i Death of a 3rhhi Little Soy. Grassy Springs last Sunday. on account of the cold drv weath-- 1 W authorized to announce ADAIR CIRCUIT We are authorized to announce L ar ' We COURT BURT EPPERSON, of MontDelier. a J. 0. EWING. of Cumberland are glad to note that Mrs. er in the early spring. Wheat OF KENTUCKY. canamate ior tne uemocratic nomina- county, a Democratic candidate Effie Wiliis is now able to be up will be an average crop. John Preston, the little son of tion for Sheriff of Adair County, sub for the State Senate in the 16th Maggie Tarter & etc., Pltf. ' ject, to the August primary helping to do her house work. r an( rs- - W k. Beck, diei district, subject to the action of Daniel F. Tarter & etc. Def. p Mr. Henry Collins was in trrs By virtue of a Judgment and Order the voters of said oarty at the FOR COUNTY CLERK. Miss Mary Young is spending section last week looking after ' at his homejiear Sewellton. Mon- of air circuit court, ren August primary. day morning, June 2, 1913, be- dered at the May term, thereof, 1913, this week with Misses Mary and far. stock. We are authorized t o announce ' WALKER BRYANT a candidate for X in the above cause, T shall proceed to Stella Garnett of Columbia. FOR ASSESSOR. Mr. J. Z. Pickett and R. L. ing ysar 6 months and 2i; da?s County Court Clerk, subject to the e door offer for sale at the action of tiie Democratic voters of "We U1U. A4 Tomac Hnllorloxr uuu ?in uuujpucii i cic ui are authorized to announce R.A in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bid- laau mi. uaiuu uuiiuuuj onrl oij- - PomnKall rrrftA in uuo ocuuuu IonAdair county, expressed at the August WAGGENER a candidate for the primary. "'. fT' ter' Loi3' wh0 have been attend" week lookinS after the P'ogres- - He was a bright little boy. the Democratic nomination for Assessor the 7th f a.bfCiitivCti!i' ,?i of Adair county subject to tne action p. sunshine of the home and a m., or thereabout (being county ing school at Georgetown for the sives and Democrats. Veare authorized to announce L. of the August primary. court,) upon a credit of six months past year, have returned home. Y. GABBERT a candidate forCounty Mr. Walter Martin and famiiv great favorite- the following described property, Court Clerk of Adair County, subject We are authorized to announce J. D. While no sin had ever corns m- ivrUsps Matt l,onQ nf finhuro vieitod ..U....J. Mnnnio! to the action of the Progressive Re.1L.....W ..Ux.u """"J " YrrnnoWUU.,, TiJ,WV. iTr EUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, a Two certain tracts of laud situated publicans of said county. Trout-maMonday last Saturday and Sun t0 hl"3 life his death brought sor candidate for Assessor, subject to the in Adair county, Ky., on the waters Murrell and Messrs. John . row not only to his parents and Democratic voters at the August pri- of Big creek The first tract contains Elva Jones and Prof. R. 0. (jay Jailer. mary. 121 acres, more or less. The second Cabbell spent last Sunday in hnrc fft Hle sisters, but to many who wBHor AmnM ha a abous 35 acres, said two To the Democrats of Adair County, tract contains had learned to love him. All exI hereby announce my candidacy for We are authorized to announce tracts will be sold separately. Said Cane Valley, where Profs. Cab-be- ll die last week. pressed deepest sympathy for Jailer of Adair County subject to the ERNEST CUNDIFF a candidate for and Jones sang in the afterdescribed in the JudgMrs. Mattie Jackson, of Louis- action of Democrats in the August Assessor of Adair county, subject to lands are fully the parents during his short ill- ment and order of sale, record in noon. primary. If nominated, I will use all ville, is visiting her parents, Mr. honorable means in my power to ad- the action of the Progressive Republi- Order Book Ko. 13 page 427 in the ofsay to the be--! vance the interest of my associates can party, expressed at the August fice of the Clerk of the Adair Circuit Aunt Minervia Montgomery and Mrs. Joe Bottom, this place. ness. I would and if elected will discharge the primary. reaved father, mother and little Court, to which reference is made for , has been quite m for severai days duties of the office impartially, I ask Mr. S. R. Bowen and wife, of particulars your support. sisters, weep not for him, for We are authorized to Yours truly S. G. Denny. The shares in said lands of John L. and is improving very slowly. Acton, Taylor county, visited at your loss is heaven's gain. announce He JAKE CHELF a candidate for Assess- Tarter and Maggie Tarter, the infants, Miss Ruth Upton spent sever- this place Saturday and Sunday. or of Adair county, subject to the accannot come back to you but you We are authorized to announce J. Z. tion of the Democratic voters of safd and the share of Nannie M. Tarter, Chapel preached can go to him. The interment an Idiot, will not be collected al days of last week in Columbia, Rev. Tieldon PICKETT a candidate for Jailer of county, expressed at the August pri- who is but remain a leinupon the lands, until where she attended the meeting at Knifley last Sunday night, j Adair county, subjtect to the action of mary took place Tuesday morning In said infants arrive at the age of 21 the voters of the Progressive RepubliMontthere was a large crowd and be-- 1 theCain graveyard. Johnny, for them qualify held by Brother Wyatt guardians can party, expressed at the August We are authorized to announce J. years or and until said Nannie M. Tarter be- gomery. primary. havior good. Xr SQ1RES a candinate for the nomias he was called) thy sun ig set comes of sound mind or a committee nation for Assessor of Adair county, B. Gadberry and chilMrs. I Mr. J. C. Bault, of Cane- Val- - but ymr bright face and happy-le-y qualifies, or a sutHcient thereWe are authorized to announce LU- subject to the action of the Republi- for her Spaks-vill- e BELL a candidate for Jailer, THER of to produce the sums of money so dren visited her parents of was in this neighborhood one i expression will not be forgotten-- , subject to the action of the Democrat-i- s can party at the August primary. ordered to be made. For the purchase voters of Adair county at the August last Sunday. day last weeK looking after for price, the purchaser, with approved primary. "Dear little boy, with eyes sc fcftrey SURVEYOR. surety or securities, must execute bond Mrs. Ellen Holladay is at the mules. go, It was hard, very hard bearing legal interest from the day of bedside of Miss Lula Royse, of "We are authorized to announce CX Dr. N. M Hancock, of Cane Bub after while we will understand I hereby announce G. JEFFRIES a Democraticcandidate date for Surveyor of myself a candi- sale until paid, and having the force Adaircounty, at Your departure to father land." Bidders Garlin, who is very low with ty- Valley, was in our town one day for Jailer of, Adrhcounty, subject to the August primary subject to the ac- and effect of a Judgment. prepared to comply promptly phoid fever. will be the voters of said party at the August tion of the Republican party. A cousin, last week shading hands with E G. Hahdwick. primary. with these terms Mr. and Mrs. June Willis, of, his friends. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner, Claude Beck,. For Jailer. As-essor hot cakes, made with ROYAL Baking Powder are delicious, health" ful and easily made Gadberry, visited the Jatter' mother, Mrs. Mary Ann Conover Three We are authorized t o announce rooms nice cottages, two with six each, one with three rooms, who is now staying with hi HENRY HUDSON a candidate for' ood water and out buildings, lots adthe Democratic nomination for Magis-- , join. The rental value pays taxes, in daughter, Mrs Mont Montgon trate in the Glensfork and Harmony surance and interest on 54,000. ery. Address H. If. Beauchamp. district, subject to the August Box 222, Carapb'ellsville. Ky. There will be a singing at Zioi Adv. the 5 th Sunday afternoon. E. Russell County Announcements. Dirigo. ery body invited. : i FOK MAGISTRATE. For Sale. I llTmuTT " 2(5-t- f. if liilziuh"'?" 1 1 11 f jBf I DarnlesS AT-TI- 1 -- ! i LIL-BUR- N I "y C er i As-Augu- st , F(-)- J R , I j cau-part- v. j j well-fille- 33-2- ! S j j ! , af-igo- 33-2- ; pri-crat- ic - ' ! ; ' ' i ! i ! ! I Court-hous- I cnnt-in-- r - il M I I 1 j ' to-wi- t: -- ., - I n, j ? -- I ; . j - j I THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative It is natural for a child to laugh and Tlay and when it sulks drowsily or idles you may depend on it something physical is the matter. If you see no evidences of a serious ailment you will not be wrong if you quietly give it a dose of mild laxative that evening on putting it to bed. Cald--vrell's -- plete satisfaction in the morning. After a short use of this remedy all forms of outside aid can be dispensed with and nature will again act alone. All classes of good American people keep it in the home for ills of the stomach, liver and bowels, and among the thousands The remedy most generally recom- doctor that theywho have written the will never be without mended for this purpose is Dr. Syrup Pepsin, which mothers it are Mrs. J. "W. Haynes, Brady, Ky., and throughout the country have been giving Mrs. E. L. Weeks, 1744 "W. 2nd 'St.. "their children for a quarter of a cen- Owensboro, Ky. A dose of it has saved tury. Today thousands of families aro many a person from a serious illness. aising it where hundreds used it then, and there must be good reason for this Anyone wishing to make a trial of this word of mouth recommendation. remedy the regular it druggist at It Is admittedly the perfect and all way before buying fiftyin cents or one tor children, women, old people laxative dollarofaa large bottle (family size) can others who need a gentle bowel stimu- have a sample bottle sent to the homo and not a violent salt, cathartic free of charge by simply addressing Dr. lant or pill doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St., Syrup Pepsin will act gently, and when Monticello, 111. Your name and address taken before retiring will bring com on a postal card will do. ors are generally people who are not moved by sweet concords. A RUINED ROMANCE However, they lay the fault to me, and declare that I am no Genevieve Ward's Story of- Her coming musician. Wedding Tragedy. Mark Twain found himself moved by the spirit of vecal minPARTED AT THE CHURCH DOOR strelsy and was threatened with arrest. The officer claimed that After a Dramatic Ceremony Following creating a disturbance was not a Complication That Became an In- TOSCANINI'S DEBUT. He Was Literally Forced to Conduct From North Carolina. heart and brain of an adversary, broke a thigh bone with a third shot, an arm with a fourth, and perforated a cheek and knocked out three teeth with a fifth. He was armed with a 32 Iver Johnrevolver, with son double-actio- n a broken trigger spring. Every time he fired a shot he stopped to "fix" his pistol, but every time his gun flashed he brought in a verdict. You might give an expert such a weapon, lock him up in a barn, let him fire every chamber and he'd miss the building. Give that negro an automatic Colt's, and he'd not hit a flock of barns. The same rule applies to playing on the violin. Give an expert a dollar single-line- d fiddle and he can't play; while a scratch fiddler can't play a correct violin, worth $250. Some time during the progress of my last term of school, I a very cordial letter from Jim Cager Yates inviting me to visit him in August of this year, and to bring my daughter and my fiddle. I should enjoy the visit, and shall try to let him know if I can come. Should I do so, he must be prepared to re-reiv- Lattiraore, June 8, 1913 Editor News: This being Sunday and the 25th anniversary of my birth, I thought it an opportune time to write something for the people of the Old Kentucky Home. It has been a few weeks since I closed a very pleasant and successful term of shool, in which my only daughter, Pearl, assisted me. We had a census of 90 pupils, 86 of whom we enrolled. At close of term we had an entertainment, in which a full program, a crowded auditorium, a ternational Affair and Was Ended by singing. Our Government and the Czar. I have one appreciative listenIn Mrs. Tweedie's "Thirteen Years er; but ,he is very deaf and of a Busy Woman's Life" are some doesn't know one tune from an- stories of Genevieve Ward, the famous actress. other. I, played "Hail ColumOne moruing in March, 190S, came a "Bon- knock on Mrs. Tweedie's door, and in bia," and he called it walked Miss Ward. aparte's Retreat " I discoursed "Out for my constitutional, my dear," she exclaimed. "So I thought I would "Red Wing," and he said his just look you up. I have walked six dead mother used to sing that to miles this morning, and after a little rest and chat with you I shall walk anhim as a lullaby, and thought it other mile home and enjoy my lunchwas "Devotion." I played a eon all the better for it." "You are a marvel!" exclaimed our funeral dirge, in a minor key, author. "Seven miles and over seventy. and he said he once had a frisky I saw your 'Voluiunia was a great success the other day when yon played it aunt with a red head and a Ro- with Benson." man nose who nlayed that piece divinely. He called "Buffalo Girls," Windham; and "White Cockade," Martyn." He 'Yps.'' slm snffl. "jiihI the noxt dav I started for Rome. I got a telegram say- ing one of three old cousins, with whom I was staying in Rome a few weeks previously, had died suddenly, so four hours after receiving the message 1 set thought Johnnie, get your gun," out." "Were you very tired?" "No. not at all. I knitted nearly all "Days of Absence," and was the way and talked to my fellow pas- "Arkansas Traveller" was senders and when I arrived, instead of resting, went at once to see to some 'Rock of ages." Melvin L. White. Most Childien Have Worms. Many mothers Uiiuk their children are sullering from indigestion, head-achnervousness, weakness, costive-neswhen they are victims of that most common of all children's ailmentsworms. Peevish, fretful children, who toss and gaind their teeth, wihh bad breath and colicky pains, have all the ym-toof having worms, and should be given Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pleas-an- t candy lozenge, which expels worms, regulates the bowels, tones up the system, and makes children well and happy. Kickapoo Worm Killer is guaranteed. Paull Drug Co , or by mail. &3c. Kickapoo Indian Medie, 1 free and bountiful dinner, excellent decorum and a brass band s, Y were the significant features. The colored people have a high school within eight miles of where I live, which closed recently, with appropriate ceremonies. The program provided for speeches, dialogues, songs, free dinner and a brass band; to which a free fight was added for the gayety of nations. As usual, the colored troops fought nobly; and one death, with several maimed and dismembered, are among the casat each perualties. One Lattimonian of sign a peace-bon- d dusky color and a most atrocious formance. Shakespeare says that a man fragrance, fired five shots and brought down four of the en- who has no music in his soul is fitted for crimes, treson, stratemy. He placed one shot each in the agems and spoils; and my audit ed cine Co.. Philadelphia and St. Louit. Ad. business, for these two old sisters, one of whom is blind, were absolutely pros-- t with grief and had done nothing while awaiting my arrival. 1 stayed a fortn glit with tliom. settled them up and arrived back a few days ago." Here is the pathetic story of Miss Ward's marriage tragedy as she told it to Mrs Tweedie: "I was traveling with my mother and brother on the Riviera in ISoo when wo it ft a Russian. Count de Guerbel. II f v ; very tall, very handsome, very favi at ins. very rich and twenty-eighI wa lie fell in love with me. and it was settled I should be marthe consulate at Nice, which I ried Kilt the Russian law required was that t!it' marriage should be repeated in tin Russian church to make the cere'", uy binding: otherwise I was his legal wife, but he was not my legal husband. "It was arranged, therefore, that I should go to Taris with my mother, the count going on in advance to ar- range everything, and we would be re- married then. in the Greek church. When we arrived in Paris it was Lent, when no marriage can take place in and so time passed the Greek t. '. Opera the First Time. As an opera conductor Toscanini seems both to have achieved greatness and to hare had greatness thrust ppon him. In the Century Max Smith, giving a character sketch of the eminent musician, thus describes his first triumph. Toscanini was in Bio de Janeiro, doing double duty in the opera house as first cellist and assistant chorus master. The season bad gone badly from the beginning. One conductor had been rejected, and matters reached a crisis when an indignant audience, assembled to hear "Aida." refused to accept the services of an incompetent substitute, compelling him by main force to leave the orchestra, amid jeers, hisses and catcalls before the unfortunate man had lifted his baton. The impresario was in a quandary, when a delegation of influential subscribers insisted that he should not abandon the performance. They were ready, they &aid. to accept as leader any musician in the orchestra rather than the man dismissed. Some one suggested Toscanini, who beat a retreat to the stage, where he was found trying to hide in the wings. His efforts to escape were futile. No excuse was accepted. Forced into the clawhammer coat worn by the costumer of the theater, he was dragged into the pit aud lifted bodily to the conductor's ' stand, while the crowd roared its ap- j proval. The youthful maestro seized the baton, and suddenly the noise was quelled. He held at once the undivided attention not only of the orchestra, but of the mob. Every one could see that t he was conducting from memory: Even then, making his first appearance as a leader, he was independent of the score, and so an evening that begun with tumultuous protests ended with boisterous demonstrations of enthusiasm, insuring the cellist's employment as conductor to the end of the season. Brute force had launched him on his brilliant career. The news of his sensational debut was flashed across the ocean, and thereafter the doors of every opera house in Italy were open to him. ! I PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weaK. 1 had spells when l cculd hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 AT ALL 111. 50c AND DRUGGISTS. J 1 C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY Special Attnetin lo Eyes Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. ONBURXSVILLE STREET. Joseph H. Stone, Attoney-At-Law q Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky Why STAGE VILLAINS. Not Those Who Play the Scoundrelly Parts, but the Real Ones. . ' : j j ' I j If all jokes were judged by points, a big bunch would score minus zero. Man "He must have been a thoroughly of them bad man, because he did ids best at on. i , j I that time to persuade me to run away Coughs and Breaks Ribs. s' rr. ft?) iI)?)sX GOURIER-JOURN- AL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. 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Ad i..v AND THE ADA IR COUNTY BOTtf ONE YEAR MS P . i you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l, with him, always reminding me that was his legal jvif- i- The whole thing was merely a tdck" of this handsome. fascinating rascal. lie promised me that if I would go to him he would take me to Russia at once, and there we should be remarried according to the rules of the Greek church. Being positively frightened by hi persistence. told my mother. At the same time rumors of De Guerbel's amours and debts reached her .ears, and she , wrote to a cousin of ours, then Ameri- ' can minister in St. Petersburg, for con- firmation of these reports. "Aiy cousin replied. 'Come at once ' ' We went. I, of course, under my name of Countess de Guerbel. which I had naturally assumed from the day of our wedding at Nice, and we stayed at the The embassy in St. Petersburg. count's brother was charming to me. He told us my husband was a villain and I had better leave him alone. That j was impossible, however. I was mar- - j ried to him. but he was not married to i me. and such a state of atfairs could not remain. "It became an international matter, j and it was arranged by the American government and" the czar that we should be officially married at Warsaw. The count refused to come. The ' ' czar therefore sent sealed orders for his appearance. Wearing a black dress and reeling apprehensive and misera- went to the church, and at blv ad. rails, supported by my father the altar mother and the count's brother, 1 met my husband. "It was a horrible crisis, for I knew my father was armed with a loaded revolver, and if De Guerbel refused to give me the last legal right, which was morally already mine, its contents would put an end to the adventurer's j ; oiuuui uuouuiiu iiiu. i uuc wife, knowing the service was a mere j form, but the marriage was lawfully effected. He had completed his part of the bargain, and we had learned his villainy. At the door of the church we parted, and I never saw him again." 1 , , 1 i ; , i The true villain of the stage is not always the one who strives to kidnap the heroine and bestow a violent death unon the hero, for jealousy and the acts prompted by it lead not only the ladies but also the men to resort to unprincipled methods to disgrace a rival. One or two of the tricks are quite common, notably that of doing something to make another player miss his or her cue In one case an actress carried a fan. whifh she uol deliberately to blow the sound of her low spoken syllables away from the other actress. As a result the latter had great ditli culty in catching her cues, so much o that the audience began to speak of her as a poor actress, although in other pieces she had been praised most high ly by the critics. An equally common trick is for the actor to step toward the back of the stage. This causes his victim's face to be turned away from the audience, the consequence being that not only his voice is lost, but his features are invisible and his efforts thus spoiled. Still another device which has been utilized by stage "criminals" is that of anticipating the laugh of a comedian with a broad smile or grin. This little trick' takes the edge off the fun resulting from the other actor's lines. One of the simplest ways of ruining the effect of an act is by dropping something at the. crucial moment. The instant this is done the minds of the audience will go like a flash to this for interruption and are drawn away from the words of the speaker. New York Mail. un-look- Not Read jThe Courier Journal? HENRY WATTERSGIN Editor. We Can Furnishl You The Adair County News andjGthe Weekly Courier-Journal , ( ; 1 i I J The Panama Canal. At iis narrowest part the isthmus of Panama is only forty miles wide as thecrow flies. It runs east and west, and the canal crosses it diagonally from Colon on the north to Panama on the south in a general direction from northwest to southeast. The Pacific terminus of the canal is twenty-tw- o miles east of the northern entrance. In length it is fifty miles from deep water In the Caribbean to deep . ii.M vrarer in me racmc.-iou- uii Both One Year For $L50 We can also give liberaJ combination rate with Daily . panii. The Story of a Motioe Germany is being flamed for the sto-ry of a factory notice now gom the rounds. Prominently displayed near all the live wires it reads: "To touch these wires means Instant death. Any one failing to respect tms warning will be prosecuted and fined No one has up to the present had to be prosecuted. London Tatler. Tommy Gave Her Away. Caller (waiting for Tommy's sister) I have a dime for you. Tommy. Now I propose Tommy Well, you'd better propose lo sister. She's getting tired of waiting. Chicago News. A Wisa Precaution. "Do you think it safe to let John drive the automobile?" "Oh, yes! I've taken out the tool kit, and he can't possibly damage the engine now." Detroit Free Press. or Sunday Courier Journal. Write ; Courier-Journ- al Com- pany, Louisville, Ky., for I free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sufe to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. :7S&3 Dallv j Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 $2.00 Sunday . Courier-Journ- Yr The silk hat has survived a century. But the green one a few months should suffice. Best Laxative tor the Aged. Olc men and women feel the need of a laxative more tlian young folks, but ifc must belsafe and harmless and one which will not cause pain. Dr. King's Kew Life Pills are especially good for the aged, for they act promptly and easily. Price 25c. Recommended by ,Ad. Paull Drug Co. "That executor is very energetic in tarrying out the various provisions of the testator." "He does seem to be working with a will." Baltimore American. The Oyster. Huxley said that an oyster is as complicated as a watch. All we know about it is that it's awful to swallow one that is out of order New Orleans Picayune. One He muat be thatched with another or it will soon rain through. Owen. His Instrument. i III Wile & SJew -- BK Jt3 this mper. 'I We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write rs Man Of Him. -- &99S(SMtfr 0 1 The Black Fox. The skin of a black fox is worth from $5 to $10. and the animals are now being raised in captivity to supply the demand for their pelts. "Iwassufieruifffrom pain in ray. H. ten u r., 1: - aid'. !r . T. Alston, italeicru, 2. C. ' ajd 127 liver and kidneys did not work right, but four bottles of .Electric iiitters made me fee,' 'ke a new man. PRICE 50 CTS. kt ALL DRUG STORES. THE ADAIK BOUNTY NEWS T VEILED LADIES. INFECTIOUS DISEASES. WVy EYES OF NEEDLES. W. Tanner Ottley They Never Rust Nor Cut the Very Finest, Softest Thread. Rttorney-Ht-Iia- ui Millions of needles are sold daily. It was not so long ago when the thread Will practice in all the in the needle was cut by the sharp "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to edges left In the eye after manufacCotxts ture. The smaller the needle the sharpof Kenny, 111. "For women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, er the edge and the greater the annoyColumbia, Ky. nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. ance to users. Then, again, the eye Finally, I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. would rust, for a woman will dampen complaint I was so the end of the thread on her tongue our druggist advised Cardui for my in order to make a p'oint so that the thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am needle may be threaded more easily. never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in Complaint was loud and long, and orders were passed down the line to profine health at 52 years." duce an eye in the smallest needle that could not cut the finest and softest thread in the world. saw This was done by Inventing a new machine in the shape of die cutters for the making of the eyes. The points on these minute augers are so small that they cannot be seen with the naked letters, and more are We have thousands of such eye or detected by the most delicate arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who sense of touch. A microscope is nec essary. So it was essential to invent! have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegeta- new machines to manufacture the dies women. R ble, tonic medicine, for and to sharpen the tiny drills. s suftenngs, ana ounas weaK ratfi i Cardui relieves women $ Polishers and burnishers had to be made that would finish off every rough you, for it has helped a mil-iljjive it z trial. It should help BRIGHTER, BtTTcR, edge in an instant almost because neenth.:. It is mpdft from Dure, harmless, herb ingredi dles sell a dozen or so for a few cents. ents, vvhicii act Dromplly and surely on the womanly organs. M t When this was done the needles were BiGGER THAN EVER It is a good tonic, try it! Y our druggist sens il placed in a rack, through which the j eyes projected and held so tightly that 'te to: Ladies' Advisory Dert.. ChanancTi Medsciae Co., Chtttsnoop: Tcna. fcj3 THE REGULAR P"'CL Or when immersed in water only the eyes book. "Home Tiea'unent lor Women." sent free. J 53 tp4 end lor Soexs! Instrvctwns. were covered. In this way the heads of the needles became the negative DRY EYED MADNESS. pole of a powerful battery, and in a THE LOUISVILLE TIMES few moments the e3'es of several milNo Actually Insane Person Has the lion needles were gold plated and lllegible Writers. Power of Shedding Tears. hence rendered rust proof. Harper's. BOOTH'S GRIM HUMOR. A IS The illegible letter upsets the saint One of the most curious facts con-- , liest temper. We all know people who nected with madness is the utter 3te Story cf a Bullet the Actor Wore fill reams with their ideas or their DAMP, DARK DAYS. of tears amid the insane. What-eve- r on His Watch Chain. facts and take it for granted that our IF YOU Will SEND YOUR ORDER madness, tears are ; the fgrin of DOMESTIC DRUDGERY. At times Booth's humor was satiri- leisure permits us to unravel the rid-conspicuous by their absence, as much And Their Depressing Effects Upon the cal. When leaving a church in Boston die of the writing. Perhaps they are Human System. exTO US, YOU CAN GET after the funeral of the eminent essay- proud of a hand microscopically mi- No Matter How Burdensome It May in the depression of melancholy orapa- Next time it is a dark, dreary day citement of mania as in the utter Be, Homes Will Always Exist. ist and critic. Edwin Percy Whipple, nute. Perhaps they cultivate a deand you are sure that you have some thy of dementia. obsequies which he attended in com- fiant eccentricity that spurns the form- No matter how many girls spurn in a lunatic asylum be ' really terrible ailment don't worry. If a patient pany with Lawrence Barrett and at al precept of the copybook and fash- housework, homes will still exist. No ' be found ' Just cheer up and realize that there is friend's suggestion and during ions its own weird and novel system matter how many women slink dis- discovered in tears it will recover or nothing the matter with you except that which he had been annoyed as well as of shorthand. There are society worn- - couraged into hotels and boarding that it is one beginning to epileptic, t that the weather is damp, and the first in an amused by the convulsive facial con- en who appear to think it a point of bouses, the best of families will al-- ! an emotional outbreak insane, while ac- - j sunny day will be sure to set you right who is scarcely truly tortions of the officiating clergyman, breeding to make cnaotic messes of ways live in separate homes. No NEWS At least this is the opinion of Dr. and futurist dashes that seem ter uow many men remain unmarried, tual insane persons appear to have lost Rankin, a London physician, who has he remarked to Barrett: It "I knew Mr. Whipple, but I never to bear about the same relation to con- - tue maj0rity will always have wives the power of weeping. can is only re- been giving lectures on the subject of once more turning reason which expected I should be so sorry to attend ventional chirography that a baby's and children. The millennium itself health and happiness. He attributes AND unloose the fountain of their tears. "googoo" does to speech. Why should his funeral." m not be without the family, telling one in most of the ordinary woes of humanity Even when a lunatic is When a stagestruck lunatic named the spirit of mortal ever be proud of Hotels and boarding houses, even, to the damp weather and explains his de-- ! such tortured and twisted penmanship? are uiereiy mogatherianized homes, fervid language how she has been ' theory scientifically. Mark Gray attempted to murder him prived of her children or the outrages Philadelphia Ledger. in Chicago, at a performance of "Richsays, "the and no mritter how much sensible co- "In damp weather," that have been perpetrated upon her- skin does not perform he functions j operation ard III." (April 23, 1S79. at McVick-er'- s in washing and sewing, cook- - self its her eye is never even moist. The theater), firing at him twice with With Muscle and Brain. ing and the care of children and sick ready gush of tears which accompa-- 1 properly. Products which should be bala pistol from a place In the second The boy who can master the science folk, may be compassed, even those con- - thrown off in perspiration remain and cony. Booth calmly advanced to the and art of the higher craftsman will i millennarians will still have beds to be nies the plaint of the sane woman ap-- , clog the skin. Under ordinary circumthe dry eyed front of the stage and, pointing at the hold just as responsible place in the made, floors to be swept, doors to be trastsofstrangely with lunatic. It would, stances in a normal temperature the peal the talkative ' madman, directed that he be seized world as the practitioner at the bar, tended, clothes to be sorted, buttons from tears give relief to amount of vapor passing per the skin BOTH ONE YEAR day. In and then, after a brief absence from the occupant of the pulpit or the physl-- , to be sewed on, papers to be burned, indeed, seem that feelings which, when pent up, lead to reaches thirty ounces the scene, to reassure his wife, com- cian. Indeed, the wholly competent dishes to be washed, errands to be run from madness. It is one of the privileges of moist air the amount passing out eight posedly finished his performance. Lat-- artisan, the worker with muscle and and windows to be locked. the skin is reduced to seven or reason to be able to weep. Amid all er he caused one of the bullets to be brain who knows how, is the backbone Folks may live without concerts and the misery of the insane they find no ounces extracted from a piece of scenery of the nation. If it were not for him trolley cars and books, but they cannot "As perspiration contains poisonous tears. Pearson's Weekly. where it had lodged and had it mount-- ) there would not long be need for the live without sleeping, dressing and eat- relief in properties, it is not surprising that ed as a charm for his watch chain, in- - specialized professions. He is the ing, sickness, visitors and children, nor during damp weather these poisonous A Boy and a Thousand Dollars. scribed, "To Edwin Booth from Mark weaver of the larger social fabric, the can they live without that perpetual properties which are retained in the THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Gray." That sinister relic he custom-- ; mason who sets the foundation stones disorder that has to be perpetually .. J to go to couce aim body lower the vitality and produce arily wore. William "Winter in Collier's of the country's industrial structures, cleared up, and that perpetual disin 51,000, telling Inm various temporary ailments." the best afternoon paper prin-Ite- d .Weekly. and many a man who is now a doctor, tegratiou of the material universe graduate. The son returned at the end So it's really a comfort to know that lawyer or preacher would not only be which has to be perpetually swept up. of freshman year without a dollar and when we do not feel "well" in damp anywhere. close uaPPier and better off. but enjoy more Domestic work there will always be. with several ugly habits. At the son weather it is no sign of constitutional THE DANGEROUS AGES. vacation the judge told his real dignity, if he. too. were one of the The family itself may do it, or they of the ill health, but just the weather. San Has the best corps of corres- him. sincere artisans" of the day. Phila- - may pay some one else to do it, or they that he had done all he could for was Francisco Chronicle. Times In Our Lives When Grim Death money that deiplna Bulletin may do part and pay some one else to If he had wasted the Eyes Us Enviously. to have taken him through college he pondents. do part, but done it raubt be. Annie Castle Garden. There are certain ages wherein death might as well leave home and make his A Quaint Description. Winsor Allen in Atlantic Magazine. Castle Garden was built by the Unitis very imminent, and of all these ages own way in the world. It was a rude ed States in 1S07 from the plans of Covers the Kentucky field perr the most perilous is the age of an hour You get some swift conversations awakening for the young man. but he Proverb Against Proverb. Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Williams. or two. Yes, it is just after birth that without intentional listening, says the knew that his father was right. And so C. E., A wealthy lawyer and a downtrod-- ' strong and was called Fort Clinton In fectly. we are in most danger of death, and London Chronicle. Two alert young was the good influence of his age to this is women sat side by side in one of those den litigant were conversing together, upright father that ho did leave home 1S22 it was ceded to New York city the next most perilous cozy armchairs for two thoughtfully The lawyer had not always been Covers the general news fiell' In 1S2-- it became a place of amuse seventy-on- e years. to go to work in downright earnest. The age of three is the next most provided by the Tube Railway com- - wealthy: the client had not always He went back to college, made his way inent and about 1S2C got the name of of pany. Mutual interests were discussed. been downtrodden. In the elevators of through, graduated at the head of his Castle Garden. In 1S43 there were completely. dangerous age. Almost all the babies born die during the third "What do you think of that new girl in life they had passed each other, one ' class, studied law, became governor of Ethiopian minstrels there, in 1S47-- 9 your office?" asked the one. "Oh," re- going down, the other going up. says companies played there, and year. Has the best and fullest misthe state of New York, entered the theatrical In i on to the age of forty-fiv- e plied the other, "she's not bad, but-w- ell, the Cleveland Plain Dealer. And now cabinet of the president of the United in 1S30 Jenny Lind sang there From three IS."," it was closed as a place of amuse she's the sort of girl whose sister they were quoting proverbs at each life is comparatively safe, but forty-kets reports. States and made a record for himself. ment. and the commissioners of inimi five, especially for women, is a try- marries a policeman and then doesn't other. It was William H. Seward. live with him." gration took it as an immigrant depot "A fool and his money are soon part- ing time, and many are carried off. DEMOCRATIC in politics de ed!" sneered the attorney. forty-fiv- e In 1S70 it suffered from fire, and on in safety After passing ' Sterilized Soil For Flowers. "Lawyers' houses are built with July 9. 1S7G. it was burned to the The Important Thing. men and women may reasonably hope It is not generally known that the ground. It was rebuilt at once. In An American mother was trying to fools' money!" came back the client fair to everybody. Here again they to reach seventy-onWhich showed the man who heard soil used by florists for filliug window 1.c92 the depot was moved to Ellis isd daughter a are in great danger the greatest save instill in uer sterispirit of patriotism while tliey were this bit of repartee the truth of the boxes and flowerpots is often intend- land, and Castle Garden reverted to for the first few hours after birth. lized. This sterilization is not 5UBSCRIP- statement that those who live in glass the city, which in 1S0P opened an aqua- SEND YOUR Longevity is a hereditary quality. It traveling .in Mexico. ed primarily for the destruction of rium there. A fow "Doris." she said, "this is George ImiKoc clirmlfln'f- fhrnrc ctnnac passes from father to son and from ,t mnr ...J,..- - ho .nri.wi in ,in serms, oui ror rue aesirucuon or an ,. ..... u ihf w mother to daughter He who had an Washington's birthday!" ..l.l Uff J uil- SI annual aua vuguutuiu iuu iu ..I - sun. TION RIGHT AWAY "Is it?" Doris queried indifferently. for the present. octogenarian father may hope to beWhen Father Sings. so that weeds will not be springing up "What'd he get?" Everybody's. come an octogenarian himself, and she Little Mildred lives on the Kansas along with the flowers and worms up-- i Birds and Insects and Vegetation. Mde and is four years old. She has a who had an octogenarian mother may de-- i rooting the earth. The sterilizing A well known French scientist has The greatest aid in overcoming mishope to become an octogenarian hera large with steam good voice and likes to sing. Her favice asserted that without birds to check j pipesconsists of through bin about four ther has a vurv noor voice and wouldn't self. But a father's longevity does not takes is acknowledging them. running It the ravages of insects upon vegetation feet apart. Along these pipes there carry a tune on his shoulders He Is pass down to a daughter, nor does a human life would vanish from this mothers pass down to a son. New intervals of few aware of his failing. So is Mildred planet In the space of nine years. But are placed holes atwhich is sod aplow Whenever he starts to sing the rasp-inYork Tribune. for the vegetation the insects would inches The soil decay noise grates on her music loving for a year is DETNTIST perish: but for the insects the birds ed up and left to ears, and whenever Mildred Is naughty would perish, and but for the birds dumped in. Then the steam is turned father threatens her thus: m on for half an hour. At the end of SKST TO POST OFFICB Navegetation would be destroyed. "Mildred, if yon don't behave papa that time the process is completed.-Ilarpe- r's ture has therefore formed a delicate Columbia, Ky. will sing." balance of power which cannot be disMildred immediately turns up her OFKICIS PHOSE OH turbed without bringing great loss and nose, put's her hands behind her back RICH I'llOXE iiO. The Budding Financier. London unhapplness to the world. beProbably the late J. P. Morgan's first and walks away. But she always Tit-Biattempt at fiuance took place in Bos- haves. Kansas City Star. ton. His school teacher gave him monFor the Sake of Others. The Hens Were Jealous. ey to buy erasers. Young Morgan was "Have you ever done anything for "My dear." said the professor's wife, Louisville, the sake of promoting the happiness of gone a long time. When he returned "the hens have scratched up all that others without selfish reward?" asked he handed the teacher the erasers and eggplant seed you sowed." some change th'e idealis-"Ah, jealousy!" mused the professor. "What's this for?" asked the teachOn Main between Sixth and Seventh "I should say so."' replied Mr. And he sat down and wrote a twenty Growcher. "I have bought any quan- er. "I gave you just enough to buy page article on the "Development of Hair Cur, any Style 15c. Shampoo the erasers." tity of stock that never paid Shave 10c 15c. Massage 15c of the Lower Bi"Oh." returned young Morgan. "1 Envy In the Minds Journal. Washington Star. Bath 15c, Home went around town until I could find a peds." Ladies' When you I'atrouize Us, Your Shoes place to buy at wholesale." Detroit Plenty of Room. A Handy Woman. Shined FREE. These prices She A woman has a greater capacity Free Press. never had a Mrs. Housewifey do nob include Saturdays, RATES: Yes; a ior learning than a man. He laundress who could do up white Perpetual Motion. woman is never so full of gossip that Satisfaction Guaranljied. Give "What a lively baby," said Flaherty dresses as nicely as your wife does. she can't hold more. Philadelphia Us a Call. up $2.00 American Rastus (grinning admirably) Ya's 'm. "Have ye bad his picture took yet. Record. Mandy's a right handy 'ooman. She lunno?" (tfumbia. Ky. European $1.00 and up "Not yet," said Fogarty, the proud kin do me up jes' as easy as one o' Russell Bidg. Good Reason. an deni air dresses. Puck. father. "We thried to, but afther "Hello. Spraddles?" d "Hello, Borom. I haven't seen you hour's lost labor the photygrafter meals in Made' It Clear. American fcVe serve us to a raovin' picture studio'." for a week." I keep on hands a full stock of Mrs. Youngbride (to grocen Shall I c Lippincott's. "No; I've been seeing you first" also robes; open an account or do you prefer to coffins and taskets, Birmingham hearses. Prompt service night or day. have me pay for what I get? Grocer Job Not In It. Plione 29. Willie Pa, whydo people talk about Both, madam. Boston Transcript. If I am building a mountain and stop . 4r, J. F Triptett, Is ti( rfrienf0 of Job? Honpook before the last basketful of earth il Y-- : ; fr: ;i iiir'i - .lf5." ! !'.' I: ':.'. vour father, in on the summit I have fafied. piirifl a" Columbia. Ky. Ad Slernilbcr. Manner II glVl 111!!!. luS! Jii'il' WH Sun. ;Vi:furius. ..ai u.tltjitti'-Three. Men Who Won Literary Laurels Couldn't Walk! WomartsTomc nn ! XV-- KSSiSMSME Under Feminine Names. One of the most famous cases of a man writer winning fame under a woman's name was that of the late "William Sharp, who kept his identity with "Fiona Macleod" a close secret during his life, and it was only after his death that the public was made aware that "her" remarkable novels were the work of the well known critic and essayist Their style seemed so characteristically feminine that even the most astute critics believed that they were written by a woman's hand. Another famous writer, Laurence Housman, known already as a poet and artist, made a third and most successful appearance before the public as a "veiled lady." A remarkable book appeared entitled "An Englishwoman's Love Letters," which all the critics praised and all the clubs and literary t.iik-pr- t rirr-ipnbonr Who was this woman who had laid her heart bare? The critics agreed that, whoever she was, she understood her sex to perfec tion. The secret was kept very close for a time, and then, to everybody's immense amazement, the real author was revealed as a man after all. Very few people probably will recall , the undoubted fact that one of the greatest of Victorian poets. Algernon Charles Swinburne, hid his identity oc-- , casionally under the very matter of fact feminine nom de plume of "Mrs. Horace Manners," while another and much beloved singer on the other side of the Atlantic, the, charming Quaker poet. John Greenleaf Whittier, used frequently as a pen name the unro- mantic one of "Margaret Smith." London Answers. s I I I , ; , Easy Method by Which One Hospital Prevents Their Spread. The power of a small glass partition to preveik.t the spread of infectious diseases has been known in the hospitals of Europe for several years, but is only becoming recognized in America. In the contagious wards of the Brooklyn Children's hospital glass partitions about Ave feet high are placed between the beds. And the effect is really astonishing. In one bed may be a child with pneumonia, in the nest one with scarlet fever, In the next one with meningitis, Cerebrospinal measles. diphtheria and other such diseases may be represented in the other beds, but since the installation of the glass partitions no child "catches" the disease that his neighbor has. And yet the air circulates freely all around and above the glass partitions, and one would think that the germs would spread almost as easily as if these were not there. Yet experience has proved that this is not so. Physicians are revising their views about the spread of contagious dis- eases through the air. Some are even ridiculing the fumigation of rooms The suggestion is that most of the pathogenic germs die very quickly in the air; that persons must come fairly close to the patients and be in almost direct contact with them if they are to "catch' the disease. iew lork World. THE LOUiSVILL J 1913 , j $5.00 YEAR. ab-sen- ' , j THE ADAIR COUNTY J j mat-cubi- st j ( THE LOUISVILEE TIMES i ; j j I FOR ONLY $4.50. J ' i ' I ; j j ' ' j I i i I 1 one-four- th ! - i ( , e. j seven-year-ol- , .. ... h. . i t I j g Dr. James Tripiett J ) J ts Sullivan Barber hop Kentucky . divi-flends- American and European Plans Plan and ." 1 1 Plan the best Plan the South ray-fcrre- The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. :i-rT.- Age-Heral- d. Be-':.,- '. t.- ".: v s- - 'H- - . 8 '3 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Mary Martha, the little -- PlfrHTH ANMITAI ASSPMRI V I EVERYTHING IN The weather has been very irarm for the past week. The wheat in this section is about all cut. Mrs. Ella Y. Robetson has been on the sick list for the past week J. F. Pendleton, o f Greens-burwas in our midst last Mon ' . g, day. old-co- Mr. James Sullins, one of the federate soldiers, died on the 19th of June. He lived near Weed. Our town was full up last week with commercial men. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilson and Lewis Compton, of Portland, daughter were visiting in the was here last Friday. Mt. Carmel neighborhood a few Valley, days ago. Dr. Hancock, of Cane wes with us a day or so of last Several of the young people week. from here, have been attending Mrs. Walter McCandless and the protracted meeting at Columson, of Columbia, spent last week bia. visiting relatives in our city. Mr. Finis Cundiff, who has Alfred Parson was at Portland been sick for several weeks, is tast Friday. reported some better. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yates, of Jamestown. Portland, spent last Sunday with . 0. Moss and family. (Deferred letter.) Misses Ora and Mallie Moss, of Wejhave quite a number of Columbia, visited relatives here candidates now for the different last week. offices Attis McFarland and d Charles Herriford a n.d 'John Helm and a number of othMorrison were in our midst the ers for County Clerk, J. H. Stone jirst of last week. and R. E. Loyd for County Atattended torney, Lee Lawless for Shiriff. Mr. Strong Squire Pickett's court at Kemp I do not remember his opponent. last Friday. Lilburn Phelps for RepresentDewit Moss, of Weed, has ative, Robt. Antle for the Senbeen putting down a pair of ate. There are a numper of othS.tock scales for W. M. Wilmore. ers that I cannot now call to Charles Sparks is putting a new mind. Loren Phelps for County Superintendent. soat of paint on his dwelling. Our tall, dignified friend, Mr. We had a fine shower last Friday night and everybody was Eli Dunbar has promised u s that jreatly pleased for our gardens he will get up a fishing party, lead the party and be our handcertainly needed it. Mr. Thos. Coffey, of East Fork, some escort. v Lin-woo- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hutchison, has been quite sick for the past two weeks, but is some better at this writing. Mrs. John Rally and daughter, Annie, of Spurlington, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Waller Smith left last week for a two weeks visit to her sons in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Edrington, of Highland Park, have been visiting Mr. Edrington's mother, at this place, for the past week. Farmers are very busy getting ready for wheat harvest. Praetor Knott Chautauqua Associaition Lebanon, Kentucky. July 2nd to 11th Inclusive Greatest Platform Attractions Ideal Place for Camping HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ? Dally Base Ball Games There will ba Base Ball each afternoon and a morning and evening game on July 4 . and Printed. Spectacular fireworks on night of July 4th The most expensive program the Association has ever offered: National Chatauqua Band and Orchestra, Dekoven Male Quartet, Fraternity Glee Club the music makers, Senator James K. Vardaman, The Sadler Dr. William Sadler, Dr. Lena Sadler, Miss AnnaB. Kellogg, Miss Sarah Mildred Willmer; Maynard Lee Daggy, Dana Wal-deWilliam Rainey Bennett, Dr Porter, Rev. Father Nugent, and many others Also Elwood and American Fence. SteeljFence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO Incorporated 1 1 n, Season Tickets: Adults, $2.25; Children, $1.25 Single Admission: 35 cents. Make Your Arrangements Now for Camping and for Season Tickets. Ask for Program 2-- 1 1 G Eaat Malker Sreer, Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1,50. Courier-Joum- ai J. R. STERRETT, Secretary, Lebanon, Ky. Everybody reports a fine time at Mt. Olive last Sunday. We hope to meet each other there again some day. Mr. Columbus Holt, the machine agent, was here last week. Mr. Mark Neal, who has been feeble for some time is better and out work. We fear he will work too hard. Mr. Charlie Hammonds Mr. Clay Bennett and Mr. Curry were at Sand Lick Spring one day last week to get water for End of Season Sale Carpets and Rugs. oi their health. How to Prevent People Looking Through Your Screens. Li the July Woman's Home Companion a department called "The Exchange,, which is a collection of practical household ideas contributed by readers. Following is one of the Very speciallpricts are the force to reduce our large stock of good Carpets and Rugs. Inducemets of the greatest Kind are offered in every section or big store Large Brussel! Rugs, Hi 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, Ti!e Palterns, $1.35 grade, square yard $1.00 Printed Linoleum, big line, regular 60c grade, square yard 40c Hill Jr., passed through here last Saturday en route to see his brother, who lives near Windsor. Mr. Drury Wilkerson and wife of Windsor, are visiting relatives at this place. Smith's Chapel. Right now during June is the time to get Exception al Bargains in Floor Coverings at "For the screened door or winLouisville's Big Carpet Store. dow which i so situated that the curious passer-bcan look into the room, simply paint the screen wire with white paint (not too thick). It does not obstruct the view from the room at all, but y Hubbuch Bros., h Wellendorff Incorporated 522 and 524 West Market St. anyone on the outside cannot see in unless nearly against the screen. Of course the paint The health of this community makes no difference when lamps are lighted." is reasonably good at present. Mr. A. H. Holt is still improvsailed in so see U3 on his return Commissioner's Sale. Farmers are busy plowing J ing, and it is very gratifying to from Columbia last week. Mr. corn. Some have plowed three ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Goffey informed us that he was his friends to see him on the times OF KENTUCKY thinking of moving backto. Co- Dorch. " Andrew M. Petty ef, al Pltf. ) Mr. J. R. Smith, our upto-dat- e (f vs lumbia right away. X Roads. having fine Sarah M. Standishetal Def ) groceryman, is Webb's By virtue of a Judgment and Order I Always appreciates trade from Adair and Attorney R. L. Campbell, of trade. of Sale of Adair circuit court, rendered Oirigo, was in ous midst last Adjoining Counties and is constantly or The health of this community Our Sunday School at Smith's at the May term, thereof. 1913, in the Thursday and Friday, cause, I shall proceed to offer Chapel is getting along fine. We above is very good at this writing. fering and giving to all comers, Bargains e door in Cotor sale at the ' G. E. Nell is on the market Farmers are well pleased with hope to have a good school all lumbia, Ky.i'to the highest bidder, at in all Lines of goods. for hogs. Mr. Nell has bought the fine weather on account of summer and fall. Public Auction, on Monday, the 7th o'clock p. m., day of July. 1913,-aWill send DryGoods, Clothing and Shoes a. nice lot of them. catching up with their work. Mr. Elva Jones will teach at or thereabout (being county court,) folMrs. John Gowen, of Edmonto any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. Mr. Bruce Phelps and wife, of Smith's Chapel this year and we upon a credit of six months, the lowing described property, son,, spent last week in ourtown Any goods not satisfactory can be re Cincinnati, are visiting relatives hope to have a good school. A certain tract of land situated in visiting relatives and friends. on Crocus here. They will leave for their Several from this place attend Adair county, Ky.,Woody Petty creek, turned by Parcel Post, if in seven days as the farm, and known The quality of the?present home next week. ed Children's Day at Kelleyville containing, about 150 acres, and the after sent out crop of wheat in this section is same upon which said Petty resided abj Farmers are very busy cutting last Sunday. the tl ie of his death, said land is fully much better than the quantity. wheat. Mrs. Pollie Corbin is visiting descrlded in the judgment and ordar Mr. G. T. Flowers in 1 company The singing given at Mr. N. her daughter, Mrs. Etta Mont- of sale which can be found in Order Book Ko. 13, page 417, in the office of with his two daughters, two son, E. Weirs in honor of Mr. and gomery at Ozark this week. the Clerk of the Adair circuit court, and grandson left for Frazier, Mrs. Bruce Phelps, was well atto which reference is made. Mrd Roger Pape and wife were of the infant, Matilda Ky., where they will spend a tended and good order prevailed. visiting at Cane Valley Saturday A.The interest nob be collected by Morgan, will 9. H. D1ET2MAN. Sec J. 8. COCKE. Y. ?ttz.; U. G. HARDWiCI, Pre. week visiting the former's son, Several of our boys will board Mrs. Edna Price and little son the Commissioner, bub will remain a Mr. George Flowers and J family until said the excursion for Cincinnati Sun- of Illinois, spent several weeks lein upon the land, of 21 years, infant or a arrives ab the agje On last Sunday evening the day. visiting relatives and friends in guardian Qualities for her. Methodist church in our city was The suits for the portions of land Mr. Benjamin Foley is with this neighborhood. INCORPORATED 1361 1339 ESTABLISHED in cultivation for the year 1913 are re-- i filled to its utmost capacity to his relatives and friends again LucyjGarnett, the little daught- served to the present owners of said Hear tfie Sparksville choir render after a fifteen months stay in er of Mi, and Mrs. J. W- - Gar-net- t, land, or sufficient thereof to produce some vocal music, and we must the sums of money so ordered to be DEALERS IN III. Just stay withus Ben. who has been dangerously made For the purchase price, the delight'say chat the singing was ENGINES.' BOILERS, SAW MLIS. Mrs. G. M. Brown visited rel- ill for three or four weeks is no purchaser, with approved surety or ful and was highly appreciated bearing GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS securities, must execute bond, better. atives in Moreland last week. unlegal interest from the day of sale by ever one present. 1301 TfiIKTeeNTH-AftI- N. LOUISVILLE Misses Sillar and Ethel Karnes til paid, and having the force and efChildren of this country are Mr. and Mrs. StrongHill fect of a Judgmenb. Bidders will be talking school quite a bit, as it is were visiting Mrs. Terra Corbin prepared to comply promptly with numhighly entertained quite a SMOKESTACKS, nearing the time for them to last Satuday night and Sunday. these terms. ber of their relatives and friends Coffey, Master Commissioner. Mr, and Mrs. Clay Bennett W. A. Wednesday in honor of their start. last Mrs. Nellie Foley Unzinker gave the young folks a moonSheet iron and Tank Work sister, Mrs. John Gowen, of j EdSaturday night monton, who has been visiting writes she is well pleased with light social last in honor of Misses Mattie Young her new home in Illinois. here for the past week or so. Mrs. jviune Kooertsan i s re- and Lena Murrell. All reported Cane Valley. JOBBING WORK. SOLICITED "S55 an enjoyable time. ported some better. a i The singing at Smith's Chape T BOURBON POULTRY CUKE Mr. F. M. Tarter and Miss -All Kinds of Machinery iepaird- Hardesty & Durham were here Pearl Richardson down a chick's throat cures Sunday afternoon was enjoyed were gapes. A few drops in th drinking water cares and v last week, buying hogs. by; all present. R. 0. Cabbell prevents cholera, diarrhoea.; guests ot Misses Nannie and and chick ' ouc other make diseases. One D. H. Beard and Jas. Tina Webb last Saturday night. Elya Jones and Clay Bennett did Messrs. 13 gallons of pottle medicine AC all druggists.-have gone on a business Mr. and Mrs, R. B. Foley, Sublets woauipic uuu Doo&iet on "ins- - The Adair County News Weekly Courof threading. eases oi i'owis" sent FREE. trip to Cincinnati. They will Dunrrville, visited J. T. Foley a Mrs. Frances Hage is on the Bourbon Remedy Co. Islington, I. make the trip on bicycles. one Year Each $1.50. few days ago. Sold by Patill Drug Company sick list this week. Woodson Lewis Qreensburg, Ky. court-hous- t 1 to-wi- t: Woodson Lewis f W. T. Pane Mill & Supply Co. mACHiiSTS jvhhhwsigHts TfJBHfl. t 23SSS ONE I. R0P 3 the and j ier Journal, both