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On June 22, 1913, there were gatherA.boufc three weeks ago Mr. J. II. The Farmers Home Journal L Last Sunday afternoon, at 2 o clock, ed together at the home of Thomas Schedule For The Lebanon ChauFlowers, who was born in this county, ville, has the following to say Mrs. Mary Montgomery, the mother He Saisides at Russell Springs Aaron, of near Glensfork, friends and a son of Mr. Thomas Flowers, but for our coming fair. tauqua Series. of Eld. Wyatt Montgomery, died at relatives to celebrate his eighty-thir- d many years resided at Paducah, reachThe Colombia Fair Association n Where lie Resided. her late home four and a half miles ed Columbia and Adair county to visit baf selected August 19, 20, 21 and 22 birthday. Wednesday, July 2, Lebanon vs. from Columbia, on the Russell Springs The people began to arrive early in in Russell relatives and friends of ibis earlier as the dates for their 1913 fair at Coroad. She was seventy-tw- o years old d bas- Willow Spring. days lumbia, Ky. Among the many good the forenoon bringing and a highly respectad lady, one who Counry. Thursday, July 3, Hustonville vs. Ten or twelve days ago, while visit- things hung'uo this year is a $500 kets, still grandfather looked on with will be greatly missed from the neighastonishment never once thinking of Bardstown. ing at the home of Mrs. Nannie Flow- stake for five gaited horses, $50 for Friday, July 4, a. m., Hustonville borhood where she so long resided. ers, this place, he was taken sick and roadsters, $30 for combined horses and his birthday, until some one asked The deceased's maiden name vas TayA TRADER AND POULTRY DEALER. was compelled to take a bed. He S50 for the most beautiful stallion, him how old he was and he answered: vs. Willow Spring. Friday, July 4, p. m., Lebanon vs. lor, and she was a daughter of Mr. years old my next "I'll be eighty-thre- e gradually grew worse, and last Sunday mare or gelding. Nicholas Taylor, who died in this counMr. J. B. Coffey, the secretary, has birthday." Then turning to one of Bardstown. morning week he was stricken with Saturday, July 5, Bardstown vs. ty many years ago paralysis,-hi- s Mr. Hiram Marcum, who was n whole left side being been a handler and exhibitor of saddle his sons he said: "when will my birthThe deceased was a devoted memWillow Springs. throughout Russell county, affected. He gradually grew worse, and harness horses for years and is day be?'' ber or" the Christian Church and was Monday, July 7, Columbia vs. Bardssuicided by shooting himself in the and on Wednesday morning he passed thoroughly familiar with the needs of Then the womeu began to fix the a regular attendant upon all its ortown. forehead last Tuesday morning. the exhibitor and will see that they table, for the noon hour had arrived. beond the veil. The dinner consisted of fried and Tuesday, Jnly 6, Columbia vs. Hus- dinances. Her brother, Dr. Zach TayFor several years the deceased was Funeral fervices were held a t the have every convenience and attention. lor, of Mounds, Okla., and her a dealer in poultry and in buying up residence Thursday morning conduct The association has hung up rich roast chicken, cakes, pies, jellies, tonville. arrived before her death. Wednesday, July 9, Lebanon . produce, eggs, butter and chickens, ed by Rev. O. P. Bush, of the Baptist premiums m all departments and shall honey and all kinds of garden vegetaThe funeral services were held Monlie became acquainted with many Church, in the presence of a large spare neither time nor money to make bles The day passed most pleasantly Hustonville. day afternoou at Shiloh, and were Thursday, July 10, Columbia vs. farmers in Russell and adjoining coun- circle of relatives and friends, after the 1913 fair the best ever held by the and seemed to be enjoyed by all. conducted by Eld. J. Q. Montgomery, Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Willow Spun?. ties. What led up to the rash act is which the remains were conveyed to association. Liberty. Friday. July 11, Lebanon vs. Colum- of Bob Aaron and two grandchildren, not known here. the farm now owned by Mr. G. A. AtThe attendance w:s very large and Nolaand Bula Marcum: Mr. and Mrs. bia. Commissioner's Sale. It is stated, but we do not give it as kins, near Milltown, and buried by the much sympathy was manifested or Willis Blakey and four children, Ros-coT. J. Mackiu a fact, that he had been drinking for side of his mother, who died- - many those in sorrov. Hugh Murrey Chester, Mary Bel! and Sidney: several days, and that the morning he years ago. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT The deceased left mam relatives in Comraittee. The deceased was an employe of the ended his existence, h was sitting, Adair and adjoining counties and this OF KENTUCKY Mr. and Ms. Otho Helm and two children, Myrtie and Larlie: Mrs. Pink talking to several friends. Suddenly Louisville & Nashville Railroad, and Andrew M. Petty et al Pltf. notice will be received with sadness. Holt, and two children, Alva and To Timber Men. vs for nearly thirty years his run was he drew his revolver, placed the muzAlbert; Mr. and Mrs. Grant Collins, For Sale Extra tjocd Jersey cov, five ysirs zle to his forehead, "pulled the trigger, out of Paducah. He was a man who Sarah M. Standish et al Def. By virtue of a Judgment and Order j Mr. arid Mrs Edward Aarou and little was known for honesey and correct and all was over. old with yotHijfcalrr -- Mrs. J. B. Coffey, I am representing E. R Spotswcod About six years ago the deceased business habits, and had the confidence of Sale of Adair circuit court, rendered son, Phillip: Mr. and Mrs. Grover Columbia ky. lost his first wife. Later h e remar- of the company he was so long an at-- ! at the Mav term, thereof, 1913, in the Aaron and little son' James, Mr. and & Son, Lexington, Ky. Twant to buy offer Mrs. Joseph xVaron and son. Jimmie: boundaries of timber in Adair and ad Public Sale of ried, but wenever heard of any martial tachee. Besides, he was very popular above cause, I shall proceed-tFarm and Timber. i for sale at the court-houdoor in Co- -' J. P. Aaron and brother joining counties. Address, with the eitizenshin of Padunali. his trouble On Saturday, the Joth day of Aug., There were reading and prayer by C. l. Hertford, His father for many years run the death casting a gloom over that city, lumbla, Ky., to the highest bidder, at at Cane Valley, Adair county, Ky., afc Rev. Edward Aaron which touched During his illness here two brothers Public Auction, on Monday, the "th Ferry at the mouth af Greasy Creek, Columbia, Ky. I o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, the Ad were with him most of the time and day of July, 1913, at 1 o'clock p. m., the hearts of all living to previous ar-o- r f a gentleman who lias many friends. heirs of W. B. Sublett, deceased, will thereabout (being county court,) rangements. The writer had to take It is reported here that for several he had the closest attention of the upon a credit of six months, the fol-- j his departure at 1:30, p. m , but have! The Democratic County Committee sell at public auction to the highest) Mrs. Flowers' home. months before this sad ending, that members of j heand lowing described property, since that several came in is called to meet in my office, afc Co- bidder, the farm of about 214 acres the deceased was doing business for a A certain tract of land situated in m the afternoon. The day will long lumbia Ky., on Monday, July 7th, 1913, of land in Green county. Kentucky, produce firm of Cincinnati. Marriage Licenses. Adair county, Ky., on Crocus creek, be remembered by ail who were pres afc o'clock p. m., for the transaction about 4 miles west of Cane Valley may grauaiatner live to see of some business relating to the com- near the Columbia and Campbellsyille ana Known as tne v oouy .fetty iarm- euu. All teachers not elected at the last The following persons were issued containing, about 150 acres, and the many more birthdays. regular meeting of the Tivision Board ing primary election. The Democratic pike, it being the home farm of said W. B. Sublett. marriage licenses from the Adair same upon which said Petty resided at. There are about 75 must be elected at the nefc meeting ' Grover Aaron, candidates for nominations by said county clerk's office during the month the time of his death, said land is fully acres of this land thafc is well timOwensby, Ky. Saturday. July 5. primary are also invited to be presof June: bered with poplar, white oak. hickory, idescrided in the judgment and order Pearl Hindman, Supt. ent. Rollin Hurt, W. J. Bryant to Mrs. E. C. nasuer, of sale which can be found in Order and ash of the best quality. The Chairman Co., Committee. The Doctors to iMeet. poplar, white oak, ash and hickory G. M. Ellis to Vera E Dickerson, Book No. 13, page 417, in the office of Wiil Be Off Sunday. Rollin S. Cole to Dora Fields, timber and the laud will first be ofAttorney General Garnettlhas delivthe Clerk pf the Adair circuit court, Geo W Cook to Bessie Burton. to which reference is made. The Adair County Medical Society ered an opinion to the effect thafc un- fered separate, and then all together Under the guidance of Edgar Reed,' The interest of the infant, Matilda will meet in Dr. Cartwright's office, der no circumstances were glabor in- and the bid or bids accepted thafc young manager of the Columbia the To Contractors. A. Morgan, will not be collected by Columbia, Ky., on Thursday, July 10, spectors throughout the State permit- bring the most money. If the timball team, the local fans are highly the Commissioner, bub will remain a 1913, at ten o'clock, when the follow- ted to issue permits for children un- ber is sold separate from the land, the expectant, regarding the coming base der fourteen years old to work. The purchaser will be required to remove lein upon the land, until said infant' ing program will be disposed of: The plaus and specifications for the ball series" to be played at the Leba21 years, or a W. J. Flowers, Animal Therapy; S. Labor Commissioner had been asked the same within 12 months from day arrives at the age of new Bapt'st church, this place, is non Chautauqua during next week. guardian qualifies for her. A. Taylor, ArticularRheumatisra; H to give children employraent,l,and he of sale. Through the manager'suntiring and now in the hands of the Committee, The suits for the portions of land B. Simpson, Senile Gangrene: W. F called upon rhe Attorney General for The timber will be sold for cash in. hand, if purchased separately from enthusiastic efforts the line up has who are ready to receive bids for brick in cultivation for the year 1913 are re- - Carfcwright, Cholera Infantum; TJ. L an opKnion. the land. If the land is sold separatebeen agreed upon which looks very work and carpenter's work. The stone served to the present owners of said Taylor, The Length of Human Life strong, stornger possibly than any work has been let. Four year old blooded mare for sale. ly one third of purchase price will be land, or sufficient thereof to produce All the doctors are urged to attend Individuality fi n e. Sire, Dabnerd required in cash and remainder on previous line up representing the S. Tom Tay- the sums of money so ordered to be this meeting, and assist in tilling with Dare, Dam, Minnie Duiworth, both easy terms. If land and timber are aggregation. Manager Reed lor, Garr, Ernest Garr and all colored, were before Judge made. For the purchase price, the interest the occasion. sold together the value of the timber registered. Address, and Capt Rosen field have about gotS. P. Miller, President, Moss last Thursday, charged with dis- purchaser, with approved surety or d and for the land to be paid in ten the men placed and are drilling r T. C. Faulkner, U. L. Taylor. Secretary. turbing religious worship at Spring securities, must execute bond, bearing cash. Columbia, Ky. them on signal work, etc. With the Grove Church, near Montpelier. unThe legal interest from the day of sale This is a fine body of agricultural addition of Grimes, of Bowling Green, til paid, and having the force and efFor Sale. Prof. B. W. Sherrill, a native of land, and is well situaled, as to roads, Warren and Durning, of Louisville. first named was acquitted, the two fect of a Judgment. Bidders will be this county, who has been with the churches, schools and in good comSandidge and Vauhan. of Gaeensburg, latter were found guilty. Ernest prepared to comply promptly with $35.00 and teu days for disturbing Three nice cottages, two with six Owensboro High School for four years, munity and is well watered for pasturtogether with the local talent, Mgr. worship, and $25.00 and ten days for these terms. rooms each, one with three rooms, has resigned that position and has ac- ing . Reed sees no reasons for fearing any W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. The sellers reserve the right to good water and out buildings, lots ad- cepted the Superintendency of the team which the schedule calls for and earring a pistol, Tom Taylor got $25.00 and ten days. join. The rental value pays taxes, in Pineville City Schools. Prof. Sherrill modify the above terms on or before fully confident of giving a fair he is ew Pension Board. is a teacher of long experience and the day of sale, but if so modified pursurance and interest on S4,000. account of his team during the comIrvine Conover, son of James Logan makej good year in and year out. He chasers will be notified before or afc ing series Address H. N. Beauchamp, Ccnover, who lived near White Oak, has a wide reputation and his services time of sale. message to the Cincinnati EnA Box 222. CamphelJsville, Ky. was accidentally killed in Terre Haute, are sought. J. W. Sublett, James T. Sublets, FOR SALE:-Mys- afe. reliable, fam- Ind , one day last week, by a street quirer from Washington says that Dr. Adv. R. A. Sublett. Ida Bridgwater, W. F. Cartwright, Dr. S. P. Milieu, ily lorse. Address. car. His remaius were shipped to Mr. L. L. Eubank, who has been E. J. Kerr, Cordi'e Bailer. compose .Dr. W. J. Mrs J. R. Crawford. Dr. J. B. Scholl, Health officer of this county for interment. He was and new board Flowers will Ad Shirley Baily. of pension examiners Russell county, has issued a circular, the stock keeper and window dresser Ad. the Winchester, Ky. about twenty years old and had been for Columbia, Ky. signed by other physicians and the for Russell & Co. for the past year, in Terre Haute since last April. A Good Investment Greeusburg Record: The grand jury Couniy Attorney, urging the people to closed his contract last Saturday, to adjourned Wednesday after finding 21 Sunday forenoon w a s Children's put their premises in a good sanitary the perfect satisfaction of the firm. n Dr. James Tnpiett, of this place, W. D. Magh, a merPresbyterian church. condition. The circular sets forth the Mr Eubank is an expert in his line, chant of Whitemouud, Wis, bought u. indictments as follows: Carrying has a record, that in our judgment, Day at deadly weapons, 3: selling not another man in Kentucky can The children, a large number, had causes of disease, and urges the citi- and is a valuable man to a general stock ef Chambrlain's medicine so as liquor to minors, 1; selling liquor in equal. He has lived i n Columbia been well trained, and the singing and zens to act at once. The suggestions store. At present he is undecided as do be able to supply them to his cuslocal option territory , : disturbing nearly all his life. He was never in recitations were good and very much contained in the article should b e to his next engagement, but will rest tomers. After receiving them he for several weeks. religious worship, 1: pointing deadly court-hous- e was himself taken sick and says that, during a circuit, enjoyed. The church was beautifully heeded, and that immediately. weapon at another, 2: wilfully stab- county o r quarterly court, was nevej decorated for the occasion. Notwith Columbia Lodge, No. 230, 1. O. O. F., one small bottle of Chamberlain's bing another. 1: shooting on public summoned as a witness i u xany case: standing the weather was oppressively Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Harrison Brown, who killed a man wiil meet next Thursday night. highway, 1: seduction. '2; petitlarceny, and was never before the fir.md jury hot, a large audience witnessed the ex- named Western, afc Lula, some time the weather is not too oppressively If was worth more to him than the cost hot 2. breach of the peace, 2: false swearercises. The little folks put their ago, was given a trial at the last term degrees will be of his entire stock of these medicines. conferred. ing, 1: furnishing liquor to minor, 2. The Lebanon Chautauqua gave the whole souls into whatever they under- of the Russell circuit court. He was For sale by Paul! Drug Co. Ad G. R. Reed, N. G. Columbia team a hard pull, giving take, and if there was a mistake made convicted and given a life term in the Henry ITurfc, manager of the Hobson them four games in five days. The we failed to detect it penitentiary. Hiram Hopper w a s Foxes Warned. Mr. Wade Helm informs the News Poultry Company, this place, exhibit- , boys feel that the deal is not just ex tried for house breaking and got from thafc the information he receives coned at the News office Monda' . two actly fair, but they say, using Dan Mr. Charles Meece, who lived here two to five years. cerning his father, wno is in Eliza small chickens that he got out of a Clark's expression, '"they will be there more thau a year, associated with the beth Hospital, Lebanon, is encourag-- 1 Grey Foxes $2.50, Rei Foxes 35.CO5 case of eggs. They were hatched af- with the candy.-- ' Elrod Company, stave manufacturers, Minks Sti.OO to S3.U0 each; Coons 31.25, Mr. Samuel Anderson, who lives ter the case had been packed. They met with a sunstroke, as reported at near Greensburg, known to a great ing. The report that he is a victim and express. Send name of your exwere alive and as lively as crickets 'Dondie" Sullivan came down from McKinuey, Ky., a few days .ago. many Adair county people, was found, of cancer of the stomach, is incorrect, press office in first letter. Jamestown one day last week, having When the news came here it was said a few days ago, lying on the roadside and that he is growing better and W. T. Hodgen, Mr. J.C. Strange has greatly im- in charge a couple of negro boys who that he was in a dangerous condition. unconscious. His horse went home wilf be able to return home in a week Ad Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. proved the appearance of his premises. had been arrested on bench warrants Later a report came thathe had died, which led to a search He as carried or two. All the fencing, outbuildings and sent from this county. They were but this statement needs confirmation. home and in a short time became betvv- . cuanana oougnt asauaie owned and A small dwellink-houstrees have been whitewashed, making lodged in jail. ter. It is thought he met with a sun- occupied by Deck Rooks and family, ,50rse fro:E B- - D- Pendleton, Casey Mr. Elijah Melson, who is about stroke. the home look fresh and inviting. a few days ago, consideration, near McGaha. this countv. was years old, living on CroOther owners of property should dc Nell & McCandless is the first firm seventy-fiv3120. He sold for $200 eighteen mont hs sumed by tire ast Wednesday night likewise. in town to install an engine and put cus, met with a serious accident, near Farmers are stacking wheat, prepar-ato- rj and all its contents. The loss small, asro. electric faus in their place of business. Glenville, last Friday morning He for threshing. The wheat of The county candidates are now tiling A cool breeze is constantly going in was horse-bacthe aninal becoming Adair county, taking it as a whole, is no insurance. Rev. J. N. Crawford will preach at their petitions with the county clerk. the store, making ifc an inviting place. frightened, threw Mr. Melson to the not as good as usual, though there The weather for the pasfc week has Union Sunday. All petitions must be in by the 3rd o f ground, breaking his left leg above were some very fine crops harvested. beeu the hottest that ever come down mouth which will be fthis Saturday, the 21st of June, was the the ankle. It is also said that the un- Oats are said to be good. ., the lane. Vegetation is needing rain The Best Medicine in the World. Thursday. longest day of the year. They now fortunate man was kicked, several badly and the human family is anxious "My little girl had dysentery very begin to shorten, but the difference times by his horse. The office of the Singer Sewing Ma- for cooler atmosphere. bad. I thought she woulddie. ChamThe management of the Columbia will not be perceptible for a few chine Company has been removberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Last week, during a thunder storm, ed to the building on Burkesville Fair Association has arranged for a weeks. Causes of Stomach Troubles. Rompdv cured her. and I can truth- balloon ascension for each day during the rear end of the dwelling of Mr. street, formerly known as the HanSedentary habits, lack of out door i fullJ' say that I think ifc Is the befc the meet. Fnday of this week will be the glo- Wood Paxton was struck by lightning. cock Hotel. exercise, insufficient mastication of . medicine in the world," writes Mrs rious Fourth. There will probably be The only damage was the killing of Orvis, Clare, Mich. For sale One month from the date of this picnics at several different points in the family dog. The inmates of the Mr. T. C. Faulkner, an experienced food, constipation, a torpid liver, wor- - j William Ad xy and anxiety, overeating, partaking by Paull drug Co. home weie slightly shocked. paper until the primary. Four weeks the county. surveyor, has located in Columbia, j ;o"f food and drink not suited to your yefc in which to hustle. and is ready for business. age and occupation. Correct your Rich Durning and a Mr. Warren, This is the last month in which to Rev. T. L. Hulse, former Presiding i and take Chamberlain's Tab - (canvass before the primary. coov tor the Columbia Fair Elder of Columbia Districtis conduct- both of Louisville, will pitch for the The Rev. Jas. Menzies will preach ta habits v:s and vu will soon be well aga'n. ' catalogues wiil soon be ready for cliu ing a series of meetings at West, Poinr, Columbia team at the Lebanon rSs;ie f ho 2nd Sunday in U t :l M''HV w ' i couiijy courfe. For sale by I'aull Drug Co, Ad printer. Well-Knowwell-fillewell-knowson,-Wyate, t, 1 ! se j i j i 27-t- to-wi- t: I i - 1 - " j - , Co-lunb- ia one-thir- stc-ck- 25-t- f. 34-t- f. con-ceal- ed the well-know- the i -- e, 1 ! - e k, w, 1 r u, J. & Ut4&v .. ."-- . 'Hff,;; I. - r THE ADAH. 10UNTY NEWS FIRST DAY. TI7ES.D.A.Y, AUG. 12. LOT 73 74 75 NO NO. 23 24 Onions. 1 Peck, any variety 00 122 LOT Peck, Sweet Peck, Irish Potatoes. 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 - Women's work and Table Luxuries. DEPARTMENT A. RULE Plug Running Race. Mile heats, 2 best in 3, three to start, Cumberland county only. First Second LOT NO 49 10 5 Third 00 00 2 50 7 7 LOT NO 25 Cabbage. All articles in this department must be made and owned by the Ring 76 3 head, any variety Persons exhibiting them. Articles made by professionals or those working for pro- LOT NO 26 -T- omatoes. Sessional will not be considered. 77 Dozen, any variety LOT NO 27 Display! LOT NO 1 Preserves. 00 78 Display of vegetables and melons . fl Pear 1 LOT 123 NO.-50-J- acks. Jack any age Jack 3 years and under 4 Jack 2 years and under 3 Jack under 1 ., 50 50 50 124 125 i 7 50 .- 2 50 126 27 128 1 year - 7 '2. -- Cherry .- 3 Apple 4 Peach LOT NO 2 -J- ellies . " 00 1 00 00 1 1 DEPARTMENT LOT 79 H . NO 28 SHEEP Individuals. Jennets. Jennets, 3 years and under 4 Jennets, 4 years and over LOT NO 51 i 5 00 5 00 '5 Apples 6 Grapes 17 1 00 I 1 00 00 Plums TABLE LUXURIES LOT Z8 80 81 82 83 Buck lamb, any breed Buck, any age or breed Ewe lamb, any breed Ewe, any age or breed 5 00 J. LOT 1 NO.-- 52 Herd. 10 00 5 00 5 00 5.00 5 00 regis- 29 To consist of one bull and three cows or heifer, must 1 NO. 3 Table Luxuries 00 I 00 1 00 1 00 1 LOT To NO 130 00 be registered Best boy rider under 3 years Combined harness and five 2 50 29-Fl- ock. 9 3.0 3L I 2 M 3 34 3.5 3 6 8F ij 8 3.9 !20 ."21 2.2 -- 23 .24 25 :26 J27 .28 Best sweet pickle Best sour pickle Best comb honey Best strained honey Best old fashioned pound cake, Special, Sandidge Sandidge Best cocoanut cake Best carmel cake Best chocolate cake Best black cake .'. r ,. . Best ginger cake .. Best loaf of yeast light bread Best loaf of salt rising light bread Best chocolate pie Best chess pie Best lemon pie Best cream pie Best cherry pie Best cocoanut pie Best boiled ham Best 3 pound cake of butter Best plate of beaten biscuit LOT NO 4 Ladies Fancy Work consist of buck and 3 ewes, any age must be LOT 10 00 5 NO. 53 tered and owned by exhibitor gaited saddle horses. 131 Noon DEPARTMENT SWINE I. .& 2 50 2 -- .... . . . ...... 2 2 2 1 1 . 1 1 1 I ... . 1 1 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 LOT 84 85 NO 30 -P- oland China (Individuals) Boar, any age Sow, any age ... 31 Duroc Jerseys, (Individuala) 00 5 00 5 LOT 86 87 88 89 90 91 NO Must be driven and then ridden, will be judged when driven by the considerations governing harness horses and when ridden by the considerations governing saddle horses, driving to count 50 per cent, and riding 50 per cent. Stallion any age. First Second Third 40 00 20 00 15 00 Boar, any age Sow, 'any age LOT-- NO 5 00 5 00 32 Boar, any age Sow, any age LOT-- NO .... - Berkshire (Individuals) . THIRD DAY THLrRSDA,AlTG. l'l. DEPARTMENT N. LOT 132 123 5 00 5 00 7 33 NO 34 Sow and Pigs. NO. 54 Beef cattle (Individuals.) Sow and Pigs any breed 50 00 LOT Herds. - Bull, any age Bull, one year and under 2 1 00 To consist of I Boar and 3 sows any breed; must be registered and owned by exhibitorLOT NO. 35 Mule race. One half mile heats 2 best in 3, 3 to start . 134 1 2 00 3 50 I 00 10 00 5 00 J. 5 00 35 Cow, any age Cow, one year and under 2 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 10 LOT 137 NO.--5- 5 Cow and calf. 92 . 2 00 136 DEPARTMENT LOT NO 36 Riding ring. Cow and bull calf Cow and heifer calf 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 . DEPARTMENT t29 Best battenburg centerpiece B LOT 00 2 50 138 NO 56 Mules (Individuals.) 7 Best embroided centerpiece 31 Best hand made corset cover 32 Best piece of drawn work, any kind 33 Best crochet pillow 34 iBest fancy work by lady over 75 years Best point lace handkerchief - ;t!5 36 Best french embrodery handkerchief 37 Best drawn work 38 Best sofa pillow any kind 39 Best dresser scarf any kind 40 Best hand embroidered or braided waist or dress 41 Best drawn work, dinning table cloth 42 Prettiest cover bed quilt 43 Prettiest counterpane, white or colored 44 Prettiest cotton patchwork quilt 45 Prettiest silk quilt "46 Prettiest pair homemade blankets 4 7 Nicest pair hand knit gentleman's socks -- 48 Best homemade rug -- 30 50 1 50 1 93 94 I 1 00 Best and most graceful girl rider under 13 years old 5 NO. 37 Saddle ring. Cumberland County, LOT Mare, gelding or stallion any age. First 10 . 00 1 00 3 00 1 Second Third 95 Roadsters. To be judged by their speed, manners, conformation, finish, soundness, durability, gait and style of going Mare, or gelding any age. First Second . Third NO. 39 Turnout Double or single. LOT Fanciest turnout' everything considered. Cumberland County only, not less than two to 00 5 00 2 50 138 39 1 1 Mare mule three years and under four Horse mule three years and under four Horse mule, three years and under four 7 7 3 00 3 00 3 00 00 LOT 40 1 NO 57 Pairs. 10 . LOT NO 38 Mare mule any age Horse mule, any age 5 00 00 14 10 5 00 1 DEPARTMENT O. 25 00 15 00 10 00 -- 00 00 00 2 00 2 00 00 1 1 1 1 1 ... LOT 142 1 NO 58 Harness horses. 10 00 7 96 43 Conditions same as lot No. 45. Gelding, four years and over Mare or gelding, two years and under three (Individuals.) LOT NO 50-C- oIts, Stallion, one year and under two, to 50 00 2 50 5 -- 00 00 00 00 00 9 7-- nil .... .. ... 10 00 5 00 144 1 00 I -- I 1 1 SECOND DAY WEDNESDAY, AUG. 13. DEPARTMENT K. LOT NO Bull, halter ... be shown to 7 50 2 50 LOT 1 NO . 60 Pheaton Pony. -- 41 Dairy cattle. 10 00 10 10 7 7 must DEPARTMENT LOT 49 C 2 50 1 NO 5 Barred Plymouth Rocks. SO Trio, 1 male and 2 female . Special Geo. P. Taylor Co. LOT NO 6 Rhode Islands Reds Trio, I male and 2 females any age 98 Cow, any age . . , 50 99 Cow and heifer calf 00 Cow 2 years and under Heifer under year 0 1 1 1 1 . 00 00 50 50 Mare or gelding, to be driven by lady accompanied by gentleman, general appearance of turnout to count 50 per cent, driving ability of lady to count 50 per cent, under 5 hands high . 146- - Mare or horse colt by Lawrence Squirrel Special by Dix McComas. 45 1 1Q 00' 5) 00 5 00j Noon. LOT 5 00 NO. -71-- Mule 2 00 102 .. LOT 51 S2 L53 N- O2 00 2 00 2 00 To Herd. 42 consist of 1 bull and 3 cows or heifer LOT race, Cumberland 5 NO-- 5 54i .55 56 7 Trio, brown 1 male and 2 females .. Trio, white 1 male and 2 females NO 8 Buff Orphington. LOT Trio, 1 male and 2 female LOT NO. 9 Black Minorcas. Trio, male and 2 females Plymouth Rocks. LOT NO 9X-Trio, I male and 2 females LOT NO 10 Games. Trio, 1 male and 2 females . . 1 White registered ... be !0 00 county only. 147- - Mile heats, two best in three; three to start 00 2 50 5 DEPARTMENT-- L. LOT 148 149 NO 62-Sa- ddIe horses. 10 00 LO- T- NO. -- 43 1 1 Colts (Individuals) 7 7 7 03 04 2 00 2 00 105 year Horse colt under 1 year Colt either sex, 1 year and under 2 LOT NO. 44 Five gaited saddle horses. 1 Mare colt under . 50 50 50 2 50 2 50 2 50 Stallion and three or more colts Stallion, three years and over. First 00 Second Third 1 15 00 10 00 5 00 15 00 Season 10 00 5 00 50 Best mare or horse colt under one year old by Bour- - - hon Squirrel . . 106 To be judged by 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 LOT NO .11-Du- cks. 58 '!59 Trio, Indian runner 1 male and 2 females Trio.Perkin I male and 2 females LOT NO- .- 2 Turkeys. Trio, male and 2 females 1 1 their soundness, conformation, manners, finish, action and unless 3 years old must have 5 distinct gaits as required by the American Saddle Horse Breeders' Association, that is, First, walk, second, trot, third, rack, fourth, canter, fifth, Docked running walk, fox trot or slow pace. horse not eligible to compete in this class, or Gelding 2 years and under 3 - LOT 150 J 151 NO NO 93 64 Walking Ring. Roadster Stallion. 38. First Second Stallion mare or gelding LOT Conditions same as lot No. 25 00 15 00 10 Mare 10 00 10 00 Third 00 00 152 153 S. 00 LOT NO. 65 Harness horses. 10 00 5 DEPARTMENT HORTICULTURE D. 107 " 9 LOT NO Any variety LOT-NO- -14 13 -A- pples. Pears. . . Mare or gelding 3 and under 4 LOT NO. 45 Harness horses. Conditions same as lot No. 45. M. or gelding any age 00 1 00 1 00 1 08 To be judged by their 60 Peck, any variety . LOT NO NO .' 15 . 1 6-G- conformation, finish, style, qualaction, general ity, manner, soundness, adaptability for harness and the manner in which all-rou- Sweepstake Saddle horses. Stallion, mare or gelding, any age. First Second LOT NO. 66 Peaches. 6 1 Peck, any variety 100 rapes. LOT 62 Peck, any variety 1 00 DEPARTMENT-- E. FIELD SEED AND GRAIN ' they are shod and bitted. Excessive pace and acDecked horses not eligible to tion not essential. compete in this class, pair of mares or geldings, (any age.) First Second Third Fourth 15 00 7 5 10 ... ... . 50 00 40 00 25 00 15 00 ' Conditions same as lot NO. 44. LOT '63-Pe-- NO Third 2 00 2 00 109 1 1 50 00 LOT-N- IFOTXRTI--I ffBIDAY, O. 17-W- heat ck, 64 65 456 Red Peck, White '"' Mare or gelding any age for Cumberland county onlv t 68 AXJGr. lO. Colts, (Individuals.) .' DAY 7 7 . .. 00 5 00 154 5 00, 155 5 00 LOT LOT-NO NO 18 Oats. : 0 1 11 -- Peck, any variety 2 00 2 00 Stallion 3 years and under 4 . , . Mare or gelding 3 years and under 10.00 4 10 00 Colt, either sex, under one year Mare colt, one 3'ear and under two 50 50 2 50 2 50 LOT NO-- 69 Mare and colt. 4 DEPARTMENT M. LOT NO.-- 46 1 19 Gom. - 156 7 7 To be shown 67 68-P- eck 2 ears, white 12 ears yellow 1 ' 20 Rye. . ifoo '. 112 1 1 3 LOT NO . 4 2 00 DEPARTMENT LOT &&9 F. 5 00 5 00 NO.- -2 1 Tobacco. Display, Burley ;70 DisplayDark DEPARTMENT LOT-N- 114 115 6 17 18 J19 1 1 1 1 year'old Mare mule I year and under 2 Mare mule 2 years and under 3 ' Mare mule 4 years and over Horse mule under year old Horse mule year old and under 2 2 years and under 3 Horse mule 4 years and over-- . . . Mare mule under 1 1 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 ". 7 50 7 " : ........ 7 7 7 7 G. t VEGETABLES AND MELONS O. 22-Me- lons. 120 121 NO. 47 Mare and mule colt' LOT Mare and mule colt. . 7 2 50 2 50 Condition same as lot No. 45. 2 50 2 50 15 7 Stallion two years and under three 2 50 158 Mare four years and over ' LOT NO. 71 Roadsters.' 2 50 2 50 Condition same as lot' No. 39. 2 50 159 Mare or gelding under four years LOT NO 72 Combined horses. 2 50 For Cumberland county only. 160 Stallion, gelding or mare, any age- - to halter, mare to count 50 per cent. and colt to count 50 per cent LOT NO. 70 Harness Horses. " 7 50 ' 2 50 . , 7 50 10 00. " 2 50 5 00 - ", 15 00 10 00 i 10 00 . 7 1 3 watermelon 72 3 canlelopes ) 00 100 Man withlargest family Shecial by Woodman. Barrel Snow Drift Flour. 5 00 Noon. Continued on Page Three. ssv V .;, ',-- . -- - ,yf THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Birdseve view of our Plant GOOD WORK OF SUGGESTIONS BY LOT-N- O. Contunued from Page Two. 73-- Fine horses any CANNING CLUBS STATE EDITORS 161 Finest strllion, mare or gelding, hand. First Second Tni"'d age, shown to " I ' li JIJMt f j Girls and Women Taught to How Kentucky Schools May Be Improved. 162 TO EXTEND TERM IN OFFICE. Save Vegetables. AIDED BY THE GOVERNMENT. 74 Plantation horses. Gaits to be considered: Runn.ng walk and canter. ' Mare or gelding, any age . LOT NO , 15 00 10 00 5 00 10 00 5 (J v Noon 163 "n?. y.w-i &&-Sg:&- ' i p- -? "Largest in Dixie" W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., ' Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, mI Special AH J i i i Pesrons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books i Superintendent of Public Instruction In Scientific Canning While Kentucky Should Have More Time to Carry A nyi ivuiiuiai ft....,.....!.. Itawmiis Mnrl.wccit kiiibiib Out Reforms Aim Should Be Eduern Outfits Women Are Also Showcation Rather Than Instruction iming Interest In the Work. portance of Electing Good Officials. 164- The garden behind each and every Why Not? produces each summer farmhouse From the Louisville Times. more vegetables than the family can The awakened and more intelligent 165-16use. "When winter comes the farmer interest in all that pertains to educaand 'as family have to buy canned tomatoes, peas, corn and beans at the tion in the commonwealth suggests an inquiry in some quarters. Why not cross roads store. The Girls' Canning clubs that the they ask. so contrive as that a conUnited States government is develop- tinuity of reform be made the more 167- ing in nine counties in Kentucky this certain by permitting a second term summer are part of a huge movement to the superintendent of public instructo check this huge loss in line food tion? Allowing for the time necessary and money that totals millions annual- for him to shake down in his office and ly. Besides the saving iu money there become at home with the routine, how, is another point which is commonly in the brief space left, may he hope to 168 overlooked. In canning vegetables that shape and perfect plans that shall are home grown the housewife is sure have time to blossom and bear fruit? she has a first class article. Is it not essential that if those plans That the work may be done in the meet public approval and support they best possible manner, the United be given every widest opportunity to 69 States government is furnishing ex- prove their worth "by results? perts to demonstrate this home can- The suggestion is worth consideration. There is much to be said for it and something, no doubt, on the other side, But, at first glance, we are free 170 to state that it 'listens" well. fc CvnAftfe t?itiMieUAfJ ( Ml lllalV4 SVfJWI fcS fltn netin4inn AIVW I n-.- LOT NO. 75 Plug running race. Mile heats,2 best' in 3, 5 to start. First Secoud Third ....... :... -.! 10 00 5 00 3 00 6- 76 Saddle Horses. Conditions same as Lot mo. 44. Fat Man's Riding ring 50 years old and over, 200 lbs. or over -. Gelding 4 years and over LOT-NO Stallion 2 years and under 3 . . NO 77 Harness Horses. Condition same as Lot Mo. 45. 00 00 10 00 5 10 2 5 5 0G LOT Double team, regardless of sex, color cr ownership not less than 3 to enter. First Second Third .. and 5 15 00 10 00 5 00 2 G2$ 1 LOT NO. 76 Riding ring. Most graceful lady rider .. LOT NO. 79 Combined harness gaited saddle horses. Condition same as Lot No. 53. Stallion, any age. First Second LOT-- NO 750 .... Third 80 Three gaited saddle horses. 20 00 10 00 5 00 To be judged by their quality, , T "V A I jiprt ' Will have to Come off, Under the Law. if not Paid at once rart 5 Our Slogan "Education is an investment; ignorance is a tax." From the Russell Democrat. Herein lies the importance of education. We should educate rather than instruct, because it is far more important to cultivate the mind than to store the memory, and instruction is only a part of education. Studies are a means 171 and not an end. Children are by nature eager for information. They are always putting questions, and this ought to be encouraged. Their iustincts may be trusted to a great extent, and in that case they will do much to educate themselves. From the Shelby Record. If our children are to improve at school there are two things their parThere ents should bear in mind should be a progressive, energetic county school superintendent, and the school trustees must take interest in their work and do their very best to get the best results possible in their respective districts. There are not two more important officers in the county than that of superintendent and trustee. Bear this in mind when you are called on to elect them and vote for those who are qualified to till these places. From the Berry Citizen. Fhysiology. hygiene and other features pertaining to sanitation should have a proper place upon the curriculum of the school at this place and taught regularly each week. In order that these subjects may be properly handled the four physicians of Berry should be placed in charge. Each one of them would be 'willing to give an hour of his time each week to the school as an instructor upon sanitary r hygiene science. The mere teaching of physiology, while it may interest somewhat and tickle the fancy of many of the children, does not protect one against tuberculosis, typhoid and other infectious diseases These subjects would not be too difficult to teach, and either f our physicians could make them understandable, interesting and valuable. fe-v- ei finish conformation, soundness, manners and action, gaits, walk trot and canter; stallion, mare or gelding any age 3 to show. First .. ,' Second Sweepstake Roadsters. Condition same as Lot No. 39. Stallion, mare or gelding any age. First Second. 20 00 10 00 5 Qf LOT Third .NO. 81 . Third Fourth-. .... 60 OGk 40 00 30 00 20 00 e oaiiy $ lie GO vernmem CANNING CL.ni AT VALLEY STATION. l 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 V. OfrV.r Clubbing Bargain The Adair And County The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year ning wnk. The state agricultural is loaning each of the nine counties a home, canning outlit, and the counties themselves are furnishing interested teachers, parent and wide awake country girls, to form the clubs. In Jefferson county clubs have been developed at Valley Station, O'Ban-noh'- s and Okalona. During the iatter part of May the government expert gave three demonstrations. Of course there were no ripe tomatoes or beans in the country that early in the sea- j son, so they were bongbt in the city and taken to the schoolhouses where the clubs were to meet. Besides the girls who were members of the clubs, many mothers and interested housekeepers came and brought their dinResidence Phone 13 B Business Phone 13 A ners so they micht get the benefit of all the work that was done. After the first lot of tomatoes had been put through the canner b the expert in forty minutes the girls wete thoroughly interested and continued DENTIST t the work. It was remarkable the work went with five girl, as Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g busy as beavers. As one old farmer expressed it: "Every year I've bei-- on up Stairs. my place I've made up my mind to plant fewer tomato vines, for I have Columbia, more tomatoes than we can use and ! give away. But I don't believe I'll cut them down in number this year if the girls can do the work this fast . I've . ii I And TV ililW' Adair $ County News. the best afternoon daily paper publish ed in Louisville. It is Democratic DR. J. N. MURRELL how-fas- n 'and is heartily supporting Wood-ro- w Wilson for the Presidency. - Kentucky ( f- Q. P. SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE BANKERS OFFER PRIZES CLUBS. The campaign is on and if you want te parties-throughout, BSr .".its. W.--j, - """ 1 FOR CORN GROWING keep intouch with the all the For Only dJi ! J3 Georgetown Men Will Dispense With Calendar Advertising to Carry Out Plan. United States sub- SnljM:riiHonN may n- - or renewal -- What The Weekly Enquirer Is It has the f ropolitan w eeklies of of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtaining the World's evi nts, and for that reason can give you all the leading news It carries a great amonnt of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials market reports. Its nuand reliable merous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. Tnis grand offer is limited and we advise you to taKe advantage by subscribing for the above com bination right now. Call or mail orders to, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS- to-da- y. V? home cl per year, and it is one of the bestall It is issued every Thursday. Subscription prict metacHi-tie- s Li. H. JOJSiES and Denti&t ' y ,jM Vvv .v - t ?" ;-A " " j Veterinary Surgeon f ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. O'BANN'ON'S CANNING CLUB. Office at residence near Graded School just been figuring on it a little bit. and building. this little canner that'll set on top of PHOENO. 7. N. j a one burner gasoline or coal oil stove will can sixteen quarts of tomatoes 1 of an hour. That j every is 208 quarts in a ten hour day." Wanted, "Yes," remarked one of the house keepers, "and the great beauty of it is with the temperature you can get it I will drill wells in Adair and o one of these canners, you can can anyadjoining counties. See me bething and be sure of its being perfect W. T. Hodgen. ly sterile. You don't have to use any contracting. Latest fore thing with beans, for instance, but t machinery of all kinds. Campbellsville, Ky. pinch of salt and a little water. "Well, it took a long time to get th old mothers in this part of the country Pump Repairing Done. Give I have just received a line of samples of men's to use thermometers to test thejtcrean me a Call. and women's underwear, gloves, hose and nobefore churning, and I reckon SI take some time to get them to use moderi tions, and you can buy them at reduced prices. canners with thermometers so they wil Ad Frank Sinclair. be certain of results in canning." . three-quarters- WELL DRILLER Peafowls I $1.50 $2.00 each im-yrov- ed J. C. YATES Calendar advertising will be dispens bankers of Georgetowr this year, says the Louisville Herald, and the money usually spent along thai line will be given by the bankers in prizes to the Boys' Corn Growing club of Scott county. Commissioner of Agri riculture Newman recently received a communication from the bankers of Georgetown stating that such action had been decided upon at a meeting ol the bankers. As a result of this action about ?200 from that source will be given in prizes. This seems to be a sane and sensible thing to do. Calendar advertising brings inadequate returns for the money invested. The banks of this state A'PuzzlimgCase are spending $80,000 or $40,000 annual ly for calendars, and except in rare cases, this is a "dead" expense. It was all right years ago when banks first A farmer met a doctor in the began to use this medium of advertising, but now practically every busi- street, "Doc," said he, "if you're ness house in every town passes out out our way this week you calendars to its customers. The merchant, the miller, the butcher, the might's well come in see my blacksmith and others make a bid for wife." "What ails her?" intrade in this way. As a result the bank's customers have more calendar quired "the doctor. "Dunno. than they know what to do with and I After gettin' breakfast an' fixin' for that reason none of them are prop erly appreciated. We venture the as- the children for school an slop-pi- n sertion that the lead of the Georgethe- hogs an doin' a little town bankers will be followed by the bankers all over the state. washin' they're only seven in ed with by the - scribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adaife. Oountypsfews both for $4.5 0 per year Come to the office or mail in . your subscription. our family, y'know she plum declared she'd have to lay down before gettin' dinner. Says she's tired out Kicks about getting a Sunday dinner." "Yes," said the wise doctor, . "I'll come out and see her. It'sj a strange case." Foxes Wanted. Grey Foxes 82.50, Eed Foxes S5m-Min- ks 86.00 to 8S.0O each; Coons Slo and express. Send name of yourex-pres- s office In first letter. W. T. Hodtren. Ad. Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky, -- mjt 7M THL ADAIR COUMY MWb .THE ADAIR COUNTY HEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE - - &dair County News Company Incorporated. ) A presidential probability in 1916, Senator Ollie James he is big enough, broad enough and strong enough to hold the reigns of government. May it so Making a tariff for revenue only is a difficult proposition when the protected classes are trying to direct. The Confederate pensioners of Kentucky will he paid with State . CKAS. 3. HARRIS Editop. si. d peojih-AdaJrac- Democratic newspaper devout u tin- of the City ol Columbia ami the ad jacor.t counties. Jfatered at the Col janbla cIms trail raaitur. Po-offl- re - sw-a- & , Two of Mr. Campbelisviile. Ky., warrants. .",c s&ys Treasurer 'Mrs. Geo. R. Reed. She was and Mrs. Sam Reese are in from JULY 2, 1918. ... ...... i. with her husband, and from her i. Rhea. i" Before buying. Kansas City. Mo., to spend the I heard from several of my Co summer, The Elizabethtown News pays rneir latner, Mr. l, Beck's Store. lumbia friends. the following tribute to L. Reese, is expected in Septemi Statesman, making a 3ug- ber. Owcnsby. The beautiful weather is causgestion that should be heeded: Air ADe uowen, one or our 236 W. Jefferson, St. The Democratic members of ing the farmers to hustle in their farmers, will alsb Louisvilie. Ky. After having a week of wet Congress should! secure a good crops. soon be an fur dealer. Ail Things Electrical Mrs. JoegTraylor and daught- weather the farmers are now position for J. C. S. He has twelve or fourteen oppos-sum- s making good use of the time, Blackburn, as there is hardly a ers, Mary aad Sarah, were guests Write for is., 3fe! nd also some other at C. C. Traylors the latter part plowing corn and cutting wheat. one of them who has not called m&m Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet The wheat crop is an average. L t;?n on the "old war horse' in times of the week. IS. O n Saturday, June 7, the r '&?& The Sunday School at Mt. Ver- lefegraph Inst. Miss Lona Bradshaw, of Copast When they needed political Board of Trustees for Education help, and old Joealways respond- lumbia, who has been visiting non is getting along nicely. The Telephone Bible reading contest is proving al Division No. 2, met at Union ed. They areunder obligations her brothers at this place, reMedical Battery Chapel and employed the follow- turned home, "last week. The to be quite interesting and a sue to him and they have a chance it Eieciric Light teacher: cess. Mr. M. L. Owens, our young people were very sorry to to repay it. For twenty-fiv- e No. 1, Esto E. M. Montgo:;i- inenien Tools and Line Material Supt., sure knows how to eon- years Joe Blackburn was in the giue her up. duct a school, for he is a gentle- - Igomery; No. 2. Denmark Wal- - forefront of every political battle Miss Leslie Garmon will visit iter Bolin; No. 3, Wooldridge-an- Glister is the only applicant and had something good to say of iii Kentucky whether he was a her aunt.JjMrs. Mollie Cole, this man whose aim is to 'build up, capable of accomplishing a John Story; No. 4, Freedomso it generally understood that everv one. Wa sa v tn all wno candidate or not. In the week. B. A. Lawless; No. 5 L. E. she will be appointed. great deal of good. are sorrowing, put your trut in of the party his white Miss Lalla Thomas, Fayette Mr. A. Hunn, a stock trader of Bernard; No. 6 F. M. Wilson; J. G. Campbeli was at Aman- - Him who said I am the resurrec plume, like that of Henry, of Cole and Sellie Thomas attended t r r Y . mourns, t o- -i. rr !davjHe rin? io. last Mondav looking ai- - tion and the life.' Navarre, waved in the forefront Children's Day at Hopewell, Sun- Columbia, was here one day last ino. S. Helm; No. Powel; ter lambs and produce. week. of political conflict. He was the day. In ftlemoriam. No. 10 Miss Lou V. Miller; No Mose Wooten will put i n a Mrs. Elihu Collins is still in most beloved member that KenLittle Manson Thomas, who 11 Irene Haynes; No. 12 El-- 1 very poor health. grist mill at this place within the tucky ever sent to Congress and had a very bad case of measles, mer palton; No. 13 Harlin Dal-to- next few days. Mary Martha Hutchison was his fearlessness, his ability and is able to be up again. son of Estil, the 4 year-ol- d No. 14 Jo Calhoun; No. 15 born Dec. , 1, 1910, and died June his loyalty is now a part of Rev. T. J. Jesse, who has been Mr. M. L. Owens, who has been Mrs. Mamie Sparks has been T. F. Helm; No. C. (colored). 16, 1913, after an illness of fourAmerican history. The crownpreaching at this place for the quite sick is better. sick, but is better. S- - Bradshaw. 10 first-clas- s U. teen days. A brief statement ing glory of his record is that The Farmer's Woolen Mill is teachers, 5 seconds and 1 third past ten years, resigned his! Rev. Marrs and family will of a short life, but it does not he retired a poor man and while charge last Sunday. now i n operation. As usual, leave this week for a visit to tell all of the happiness that the virtue is its own reward there Misses Mary Hamilton, Ed- Miiltown. Mrs. Marr's father at Glasgow. Mr. Reese is making the finest coming of the little one brought should in his care be shown an monton, and Ella Royse, of cloth. Old Aunt Anna Vaugh, of to the home, nor of the deep sorappreciation of it by Kentucky Verna Irene wife of George inS are visiting relatives at this row that her going away brought Misses to the Congressmen. If a Republican color, died suddenly last week, place this week. and the remains were brought to Haynes, of Esto, Ruth Harrison Beard, on the 15th, a son. to the loving parents, brothers President at the behest of ReDub Mrs. Marion Norris was onthe jand friende and Ollie Simms, of Sewellton, Mr. and Mrs. John Linley, of Knans hnm h huA fn,irhfr ,11 nf this PlaCe for burial Miss Emma Grider, re Campbellsville, were visiting sick list several days last week, visited She was a precocious child, On last Friday morning at 3 his life politically could he be cently. daughter, Mrs. Dess Thom- but is much better a t this writ- a general favorite, could sing a their the death angel came ingenerous enough to make him ing. D. Grider sold a fat cow t o as, several days of week. number of songs, three of which Governor of the Canal Zone sure to the home of Mr. and Mrs. ErWhooping cough in this com- were sung at her funeral. Geo. Barnes for $40, and bought Mr. and Mrs. Owen Beard ly the Democrats of Kentucky nest Norris, and claimed for its a cow and calf for the same. were visiting in Little Cake last munity will soon be a thing of "Take the Nair. of Jesus With for whom he has devoted his life own their beloved little son, Sithe past, but we can but won- You," "Oh, What Joy" and Mr. Squire Kemp and wife, of' week. should be generous enough to see las, three years of age. He was contagion will strike "Safe in the Arm3 of Jesus" Miss Minnie Breeding, of Breed der what that he shall be treated by this sick several days, suffering in- Gradyvilie, visited their daught The little body, surrounded ing, is visiting at Mr. Bill Breed us next. Administration of his own party tensely with convulsions until er, Mrs. E. L. Reese. with beautiful flowers, was carthe Lord saw fit to call him from Circuit court was in session at ing's this week. with at least equal favor. OzarK. ried tc the Christian Church in this world and plant the young Jamestown last week, and owing There will be preaching at Mr. G. P. Smythe, of this city, life in the heavenly garden to to the very busy time the crowd Sulphor Spring Cane Valley, onthe 17th of June, the 1st Sunday Wheat has all been cut in this where appropriate services were has filed his petition as a Prog- bloom for His glory. He leaves was not as large as usual, except afternoon. Bro. Allen will concommunity, and is very good. held by- Z. T. Williams, assisted ressive candidate for the nomi- a father, mother, two little the candidates, which remind us duct the services. needing by Elder Dudgeon. . Corn and gardens are nation for Representative in this brothers and fond grand parents of so many bees buzzing around Miss Lela Beard, of Little Cake rain. We had a shower last Two years ago on June the district composed of Adair and with other relatives and friends a flower to be gone when the is visiting Mrs. Mont Beard. Sunday afternoon, but not 15th, a little son of Mr. and Mrs Cumberland counties. There be- to mourn for him, but to cheer sweets are gotten. There will be an all day sing- sufficient to wet the ground. Hutchison's died after an illness ing no opposition to him in his the bereaved ones, let us say; A little child of Leonard Brad-sha- ing at Milltown the 2nd Sunday Mr. and Mrs. N. A. McKinley of eight days. The sorrows and party it 3tands a fact that he weep not as those who have no writis quite sick at this in July. The Wolford brothers visited Mr. Carlie Combest and bereavements have come quickly will be in the final race in No- hope, for you have a possession ing. keenly to these parents, but will conduct the singing. Other (family, of Russell Springs, last and vember. The News did what it in heaven and something to look their strong faith in God uphold? Mrs Strong Hill, of Gradyvilie, singers are cordially invited. Saturday night and Sunday. them, and in humility they bo could to bring out a strong man forward too, for Christ said; spent from Saturday until SunBreeding, who has A protracted meeting will be-g- before the Father of all and say Miss Annie in the Democratic party for this "Suffer little children to come day with her parents, Mr. and been visiting at Breeding for position but no one responded, unto me, and forbid them not, at Clear Spring, July the "Thy will be done." Ree3e. 3h3U In the years to come-thethe past three or four weeks 20th, conducted by the pastor, hence the final contest will be for of such is the kingdom of Mrs. Sam never have a care about the welRev. Allen, and Jesse L. Murrell between Mr. Smythe and the heaven. The funeral was con We notice in the Jomestown has returned home. fare of these little ones, nominee of the Republican party ducted by the pastor in charge, letter to the News, of recent Jr." be able to say, when other Dingo. who will be a Cumberland coun- Rev. J. R. Marrs, who made a date, where the writer was adYoung was called parents have sorrows because cf Bro. Luther ty man. Since our party failed real nice talk, and the remains vocating concrete sidewalks and Melvin Petty sold a yoke of to Knifley last Friday to. preach j children which have been spare" to offer a good man for this im- were laid to rest at the burying a n electric light plant. W e oxen to H. A. j$fes for $95. the funeral of a Mr. Tucker who to tnem here "ft is well witr our little ones." There 13 portant position we trust that the ground of J. F, Lloyd. would be more than glad if this R. S Royse attended t social at was killed by lightning on that doubt about it. for Jesus said Republicans will not overlook would become a reality, tor it is Breeding last Friday night day. "Of such is the Kingdom Jamestown. the worth of offering a man well badiv needed as well as otner disWill say for the benefit of heaven.' A dog belonging to Melvin fitted for the arduous work that things we could mention. We tant friends and relatives that The ice cream supper given would be glad to see our old Petty, went mad one day last Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison desire will confront the next General week, but luckily he was appre- Mrs. T. J. Bryant does no im to express their deep gratitude Assembly. Mr. Smythe is com- here last week was a great suc- county seat get a move on and hended and killed before he had prove. She is a great sufferer to all friends who were so kind paratively a young man, but well cess, and I was informed that get out of her state of lethargy. from a bronchial trouble. and sympathetic during the illbitten anything. matured in fixed princinles of after all expenses were paL, the But why dont she? We fear a Mau-pi- n ness of little Mary Martha anc Messrs. Mont and Omer Mrs. J. G. Stotts has been public duty, a man of good mor- net profits were $25.21. This lack of enterprize on a part of at time of her death. returned last Tuesday from days. als and endowed with the ability will be tised to purchase furni- the citizens. As we go out Co very sick for several Illinois. ft to make a valable man ifor the ture and other articles needed at lumbia street, we behold o n I 3- - G- Campbell bought thirty V to.": I Two little sons of Mr. Ed Sin the Methodist parsonage. uumDemna position he seeks. So in the either side of us fine residences seven lamos ssa clair, Columbia, spent last week . The Jamestown base ball team nnri r nmfortable homes, which is ' county last week at 5c. ? event of his opponent being a IWi 9I 54 got together and will soon be an indication of industry and A post office inspector paid our with master Rollin Montgomery. l jnan of equal merits the district has t ? May 28, the spirit of Mrs. will not suffer regardless of who ready to meet deighboring clubs. pride. But what is the cause oi town a visit last Wednesday, for On ElITp- laTru ii3 -.j.:i - II. Some of our boys played with the this, pray tell? Why sure, Mr. the purpsse of investigating the Frances White took its flight to .Carta psjoi may be elected. Lindsey-Wilso- n club last season, J. H. Phelps; for as soon as he standing and qualification o f God Vho gave it. So long as "j?ree Sugar is powerful sweet and you know that team made. a gets a lot ee bnilds a home and some one to succeed the late- J. health would permit she took a . to,the great bulk of the people good record. sells it. It matters not whether W. McClister as' post master at delight in visiting her neighbors &?&& arid none too sweet to suit us. Crops are growing-niceland the author be he, she or it, they this place. Mrs. Amanda Mc-- She was kind to every body, and grand-daughters every body seem to be up with their work. The wheat of this county is very good. Mr. A. H. Holt is now able to sit on his porch and engage in conversation with his friends. Mrs. Holt makes an 'amiable land lady. She endeavors to please her guests, making them comfortable and happy. Recently I met a most amiable and interesting lady from Columbia at the Falkenburg Hotel voiced a noble sentiment which we are heartily sn accord. Born, to the wife of Mar in Walkup, June 16th, a son. Mrs. Sam Aaron is m very poor health. LjOOCI r EFFTIS Aeacy "Aunt" Liza Haynes spent last week visiting Mrs. James Warner, at Seventy-Six- . Frank Hawkins is reported to have typhoid fever at this writing. TayJor;;and Adjoining-- Counties For Sate Aiso Nice Resident Property In CampbeJIsMiie SeeJS. W. MILLER : Real Estate E. I, . . t- Ken-fuck- y Herman - C itei up-to-dat- e up-to-da- te ex-Senat- or m '.lbs . ani-mal- s. - -- . i I I , ! j ig j j j - ! ; dark-estda- ys I -- i tr. r- - 9-- Weliy -- n; and ! ! - w in y an-sh- all . i , I - -la in -- ..i.i r rawis Siil 7-. -- -- StQKfH'SKi ' -- .V- ?-- -- :vi-p - nmnwmmm y -- y i $ l ME ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f n We are authorized to announce JAKE CHELP candidate for Assessor of Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of said county, expressed at the August pri- i tots .-l ? - Pc- - mary Mr. Wm. Pierce, Esto, was here few days ao. T a. j I J i mi ii 1,to reei --Nen WU1 dCrena i.ine 9U" We are authorized to announce J. X. SQIRES a candinate for the nomi-- 1 dU0" "atauqua mis wee. nation for Assessor of Adair county,! Mr. O C Pace., of Lebanon, was subject to the action of the Republi- - here a few days ago. ' can party at the August urimarv. ' Mr:,. Frank Jund has not vet recov ered from blood poison. 1 r. .. r rec rht - r r -t E3F3TT5-r- j bStS? L l rw-- t - je. softer SsaCestf T - SKM. ABSOLUTELY j IN THE HEART SURVEYOR. LI i a MSs&&BsaiB will? iyPsLis Pna9 R Economizes Butter, Floss 9 Eggs; makes itie food more appetizing aiasl wholesome y The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream oi Tartar iHtAiKt, EUROPEAN I hereby announce mjself a candi- ' . SHOPPING AND , a -- trrsss3ism date for Surveyor of Adair county, at PLAN ONLY F5A:sd Mr. i . i. ivinniarts, riea i.ick 'T.TV. H& 3 OFFICE DISTRICT the August orimary subject to the ac- here, dealing, last Friday. tion of the Republican party. 15 G. ITAV.mviGK. j Miss Arby Brown, of Hartford. Kv . ' B a s s "st-s- t is visiting Miss Pearl Hindman. ' FOK MAGISTRATE. Mr. Lawrence Smith, of Texas "S. visiting relatives in Adair county. Louisville's Most Modern Hotel We are authorized t o announce ,Mi. Wilcoxin, father of Mrs W. II. HENRY HUDSON a candidate for Myers, was visiting here last week Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, tbe Democratic nomination for Magis- - Mrsyou'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a J. A. English, who was quite Irrare in the Glensfork and Harmony new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other j district, subject to the August pri- sick a few days of last week, is better first class Hotels the charges for Elssar.tly Furnished Rocrns are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent mary. Eva Misses Mildred Walker and Restaurant service Wralker are visiting at Bradfordsville. The Cafe is in charze of EsrTis and the Elegantly Famished Rporas with hoV ami cuisiue Creel and Keith Reck accompanied CI f)f) prices an anfi sorvv is aiMcrlkti. Our colrt rurnint: water and private Russell Countv Announcements. most toel"rtf Kuropeatn service. toiH, pT (lay. their parents to Cumberband count Imt choice oi clHb Iwvairfast, 30c Mr. B. H. Gilpin made his regular, : trip to tiiis place last week. - .; j g $ OP THE :r3--7 rjjf 5d5-?.$ -- FIRE PROOF II 8 1 ! ': - i i uotei ienrv il - - . ANNOUNCEMEKTS . for County Judge. W. fv We are authorized to announce T. McFARLAM) a candidate ..rtll.tni f ouuuj .Ti1.. ui v.a.x tuin.. suujet-uuKe .' to the action of the Progressive Re publican party. - lSn4- - For Jailer. are authorized to announce LU-- , THER BELL a candidate for Jailer, We are authorized to announce subject to the action of the Democrat-- , voters of Adair county at the August; SAM HART a candidate for Jailer of 'u i primary Russell county, subject to the action i of the voters of the Remiblican oartv -- ;..,... ,,,..,in nnnmiMitfc L ,.vnmii tlK. LUG IJltJIll AllUSl IiM, i i. gJIOCVJ . I! t'lri . rt n n vj. L1 i1 uiijo n uciuiyiaLiu t;ain.i;nin.c 1913. ii lvnn..-ia' l , for Jaijer Qf Adrir counrv, subject tO j the voters of said party at the August (primary. assessor. I We Mr. H. R. Sanders, of Carapbelis- ville. was here the latter part of the week. Dr. Zach Taylor. Mounds, Okla., will remain in this county about one week. ni i ite Bath, ' $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Larye Sample Rooms with Private Bath, per day it day i.JU lcncloa 2:00r. iu.,?r iieraott Tabif lot yvtnu ......... ............ tf-t-a . . to J" 50c Qfi Tab"d'V4".linwr.froii6Uto i $2.50 !!.-- . i.COp. tn., ivr pMsou Rathskeller open f rxn 4:00 p. ra. to I.W . Music by ;h j Ftnct Orchestra in the City b- c j i i , rtPrva: GEO. SCHENCK. j ! shoula - iiui.l; whenever possible. i , -- - V I L.1 L.1 I L. wT I . .,i - I Jewell Lawhon, of Rurkesuille. visited in Columbia the first of the Miss week. Mr. ROBT. B. JONES. Manager. Hoxsl Pattev, Cia:anooga. Tenn.. and HoTcr. Assixr (open May 12.113), g AtlnBta.Ga. r.3derame management and ownership. As't Msr. Herbert Smith, who has been in school at Bowling Green, has returned - BaKgBBwgFggamiaajBaffiasaga - I " I I T" We are authorized to announce T j home. are authorized to announce Attorne-- . "ieneral James Oarnett i TAXXER OTTLEY is a candi- - Oliver Wiiiis a candidate for the tnat KpY lp.fr Satur- - and his daughter. Mibs Frances, ar- date for Judge of the Adair County Democratic nomination for Jailer of; We are authorized to announce Mr fmr! Mr? s. W Court, subject to the expression of Adair County, subject to the action LEVI FOLEY of Webb's precinct dav to visit relatives in Cumberland rived from Frankfort last Saturday j night. The former will return to Buster Brown's Lemocratsat the August primary, oUj candidate for Asl county. morrow, t lie latter to remain several tabui oi sum cuuiu.v. suoject to tne Messrs. A. S. Beck and W. R. Hagan. action of the Republican party, ex- Sonora. Ky , were in Columbia last announce JO Ta"tl'orized We are authorized to announce Dr. Mrs. Fannie Summers, of Louisville, N. M. HANCOCK, cf Cane Valley, a Z. CONOVER a candidate for Jailer pressed at tlie August primay. Friday. y will arrive and will stop a t the candidate for Judge of the Adair of Adair county subject to the action1 Guaranteed Hosierv Misses Irene and Cora Flowers, Bow- home of her cousin, Mr. J. O. Russeil. County Court, subject to the Demo- of the Progressive party in the An-"voters who will express their gust primary. FOR CLFRK ling Green, are visiting relatives in Her mother was a Mitchell, hence she, cratic At This Store choice at the August primary. the county. has a number of relatives in Adair WTe are authorized to announce j PROBABLy no other brand of 25c county JAMES W. VAUGIIAX" a candidate We are authorized to announce AT-- i Rev. A. L. Mell and wife are visitWe are authorized to announce J. for Jailer of Adair county subject to ing relatives in Columbia and out in has as much sincere valee and Mis Lorena Pvie. who has been W TUPA1AN a candidate for Judge of the action of the Democratic party T1S MCFAELAND a candidate for the countv gaged in business at Horse Cave for style as Buster's DARNLESS Merchan-si- x the nomination for County Court Adair county court, subject to the in the August primary. will of the Democratic voters of Adair months, returned home Monday Clerk, of Russell county, subject to C. Jyckman and Mr. D. F. Dr. A. Its makers make onk' 2dc collon count', at the August primary. the action of the Republican party at Ross. Creelsboro. were here the first night. For some time one of her dlse; We are authorized to announce W. fingers has been inhered, causing her hosiery and are thus enabled to oer a of the week H. WILSON a candidate for Jailer of the August primary. much pain. better 25 c value beWe are authorized to announce G. Adair countj, subject to the action of Misses Ora Moss and Mary Miller Mr. J. W. Townsend and w.fe. Will party. T. HEERIFORDa candidate for the the Democratic fer County Attorney. are visiting Mrs. P. II. Conover, Mt. cause they specialC. Yates, G. B. Cheatham, of Mill- II I" Republican nomination for County Vernon. Ky. I town, were here the latter part of ize in the 25c hosiWe are authorized t o announec Judge of Adair county, subject to the I.I '' Miss Gladys Salmons, of Metcalfe last week Mr. Townsend has been I desire, through the News, to an- action of the Republican party at the J R. S. ENGLISH, of the Milltown pre ery field. Bueter cinct,, a candidate for Jailer of Adair nounce mvself ja. candidate for the county, called at the News office one atllicted for nearly a year, but lie is August primary. : j irmril-.f !!- s ...v. ..n U U J , 1VJJ LlltJ UUJCe Ul f Brown's DARNUV.UJUU nf Ul H UU 1U .2. tOUU&V day last week. ,vuLiujr, oi.kj&k,u r (.lie nnt-ingradually improving, and his 'fiends Democratic voters of said county, ex- - Attorney for Russell Countv. snhiprTr. were glaJ to see irrrour. was LESS Guaranteed pressed at the August primary. to the action o f the Republican i Mr. Vernon Holt, Jamesnown, from i FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY of said countv. at the coming here last Sunday, en route home voters iiiriitinl Hosiery lot Men, August primary. Campbellsville. We are authorized to announce COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT J. H. Stoxe. Women and ChilGORDON MONTGOMERY a candiMr. George Hunn hasreturned from County Attorney., subject to date for v irt We are authorized to announce ELI dren. Ashland, Ky.. where he was employed ol-tha action of the Democratic voters STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate of Adair, expressed at the August for We Want You to Know That We a month or two. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. the Democratic nomination foi primary. County School Superintendent subSell tee Miss Maggie Todd, who has been ject to the oction of the August pri We are authorized to announce 4 Pairs GuarWe authorized to announce It. L. Wholesale and retail and alPHELPS a candidate to repre- teaching in Texas, returnei home one CAMPBELL a candidate for County roary. anteed 4 sent Russell and Casey counties in the evening last week. Attorney of Adair, subject to the acways have it. Our prices are We are authoized to announce next Legislature, subject to the action tion of the Democratic voters at the months Mr. Richard Dillon, of Breeding, PROF. TOBIAS IIUFFAKER a can- of the Republican voters, expressed such that its use is within the August primary. met with his young Columbia friends didate for Superintendent of Public at the August primary. is made of lens; limits of every family. Phone Schools of Adair county, at the Noone day last week. We arft anf.hnri7P.rl tn annn-r.-noTr vember election. strands o the most FOR SHERIFF, Mr. G. W. Turner, who has been in or write for prices. John D. Combest a Republican candi expensive cea Isiar.d Cotton. neei date to represent Russell and Casey the State Normal, Bowling Green, authorized to announce Clint Smith & Co. We are authorized to announce the in the next Legislative of Kentucky. was in Columbia Friday. top. knee, sole and toe are reinfofcea JOHN M. WOLFORD a candidate for candidacy of J. V.DUDLEY for Coun subject to the action of Ad. Columbia. the August Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the ty School Superintendent, subject to j primary. with 2- -, 3,- - and light, strong linest Misses Verna Todd, Bess and Rose action of the Progressive Republican liic auwuu uj. uie ieinocratic voters community, visited at Hunn, this Local Market. thread. Four pairs guaranteed to wear party, expressed at the August prima- at the August primary. Commissioner's Sale. Campbellsville last week. ry. without holes for four months or 2oc Mr. and Mrs. Ed Helm, of DenWe are authorized to announce G. pair. AH styles, colors and sizes. We are authorized to announce S. H A BRADSHAW a candidate for As- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT mark, were in Columbia last Saturday Egga 12 MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, sessor, subject to the action of the OF KENTUCKY. and called at the News office. Hens 10 of Adair county, subject to the action Democratic voters of Adair county, Maggie Tarter & etc., Pltf. - I Duncan, a little son of Mr. and Mrs. of the Democratic voters of said expressed at the August primary. Chickens 14 Daniel F. Tarter & etc. Def. f county, expressed at the August priJo Russell, was quite sick several days By virtue of a Judgment and Order Cocks mary. 1913 4 of last week. He is now better. FOR SENATOR. e Adair circuit court, renof t h i Turkeys 7 Jamsstnwn. Mr. J. V. Dudley, candidate for We are authorized to announce A. A dered at the May term, thereof, 1913, Geese 7 We are authorized to announce L. in the above cause, I shall proceed to School Superintendent, was examined, MILLER a candidate for Sherill of S Ducks Adair county, subject to the Demo- T. NEAT, of Adair county, is a canCourt-hous- e door touching his qualifications, by the cratic primary to be held Iff August. didate to represent the 16th Senatori- offer for sale at theto Mr. Sern Humdle has gon'a to Wool spring flipping. . if the highest bid- State Board at Frankfort, last week. al district in the next Senate of Ken- in Columbia, Ky Hides (green) tucky, subject to the action of the der, at Public Auction, on Monday, lf Tennessee to engage in business Mr. C. E. McClellan, merchant at We are authorized to announce Republican party, as expressed at the the 7th day of July, 1913, at 1 o'clock, 45 with his brother. Feathers Burkesvihe, was here last Sunday, en BURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier, a August primary. The district is com5 50 candidate for the Democratic nomina- posed of the counties of Adair, Cum- p. m., or thereabout (being county route to New York via Mt. Vernon, Ginseng tion for Sheriff of Adair County, sub- berland, Clinton. Rnssell and Wavne. court,) upon a credit of six months Ky. Elmer W.olford has gone So 25 Beeswax ject to the Autrust primary. the following described property, t: Misses Alva Knight and E!ma v 2 50 Perry county to engage in busiYellow Root Stephenson, Jamestown and Rowena. We are authorized to announce E. FOR COUNTY CLERK. 2 ness. Two certain tracts of land situated The two young gentlemen M. COX, of Albany, a candidate for Misses Dunbar, near MayAppleper lb) county, Ky., on the waters are visiting the Senat in this the . Kith Senatorial in Adair We are authorized t o anuouuee will be missed. town. the WALKER BRYANT a candidate for district subject to the action of pri- of Big creek The first tract contains for Culs, Sums ana Bruises. 121 acres, more or less. Mrs. Margaret Wright and children, The second County Court Clerk, subject to the Republican party in the August Miss Elizabeth Stone, o f mary. In ever home there should be a box action of the Democratic voters of tract contains abous 35 acrea, said two of Louisville, are visiting at the home Adair county, expressed at the August tracts will be sold separately. Said of Mrs. Wright's father, Mr. M. of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ready tp Monticello, is visiting her father. rnrnarj. apply in every case of burns, cuts, Mr. J. H. Stone. We are authorized to announce lands are fully described in the Judg- L. Mitchell. J. 0. EWING, of Cumberland ment and order of sale, record in Mrs. W. A. Yates and Mrs. J F. wounds or scalds. J. H. Polanco. Delval'e, Texas R. Xo 2. writes: The repairing on Airs Williams Ve are authorized to announce L. county, a Democratic candidtfe ' Order Book No. 13 page 427 in the of Bell, of Metcalfe county, sisters of Y. GABBERT a candidate for County for the State Senate in the 16th face of the Clerk of th Adair Circuit "Bucklen's Arnica Salve saved my home will soon b e complete!. Mrs Georgia Crenshaw, are visiting Court Clerk of Acnir County, subject little girl's cut foot. No one believed to the action of thf Progressive Re- district, subject to the action of-th- Court, to which reference is made for at the Crenshaw home. it could be cured." The world's best She will then be ready to iaks-he- r voters of said oarty at the particulars. publicans of said county. Mrs R A. Myers, Monticello, ar salve. Only 25c. Recommended by August primary. The shares In said lands of John L. visit to Lexington and Paris. parents Ad Tarter and Maggie Tarter, the infants, rived to visit her night and other the Paull Drug Co. Jailer. Thursday last. Her Our farmers report the com FOR ASSESSOR. and the share of Nannie M. Tarter, relatives Page, preceded her who is an Idiot, will not be collected littlle son, Robert well, and rhat tb vthac several days. We are authorized to announce I hereby announce m candidacy for WAGGENER a candidate for R.A but remain a lein upon the lands, until Mr. E. M. Montgomery, of Esto, was an average crop. the Jailer of Adair Count subject to the Democratic nomination for Assessor said infants arrive at the age of 21 in Columbia the first of the week. He action of Democrat"? in rhp Antrum of Adair county subject to trie action years or guardians for them qualify I keep on bands a full stoetr oil and until said Nannie M. Tarter be- was on his return from Frankfort, primary If nominated, I will use all or the August primary. J t comes of souud mind or a committee having been before the State Examicoffins 'and caskets, ;nteo totoas: n snoraDie mearis in my power to ad-- 1 there- nation Board VYe are authorized to announce J. D. for her qualifies, or a, sufficient vance the interest of my associates hearses. Prompt service uiht orday. Misses Mary and JCorinne Breeding VI and if elected will discharge the EUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, a of to produce the sums of money so Of BOURBON POULTRY CUKE Phone L'y. duties of the ofrice impartially, I ask candidate for Assessor, subject to the ordered to be made. For the purchase are visiting their sister, Mrs. Pyle, in down a chici's throat enrea 45-- 1 yr Democratic voters at the August pri- price, the purchaser, with approved Lincoln county. Miss Mary will also J". i Tnpc6t. your support. capes, a few Crops la the mary. Yours truly S. G. Denny. drinking water cures and Ad. Denton at Soraese-beforColumbia.' fCv surety or securities, must execute bond visit Miss Marie prevents cholera, diarrhoea, returning. We are authorized to announce bearing legal interest from the day of and other chick diseases. One We are authorized tc announce J. Z. 2 bottle makes 12 gallons of PICKETT a candidate for Jailer of ERNEST CUNDIFF a candidate for sale until paid, and having the force have just received a line or samples of men's Mr. Josh Butler, who .has been medicine At all druggists. county, subject to tlje action of Assessor of Adair county, subject to and effect of a Judgment. Adair Sample and booklet on ''DisBidders quite sick at his country home for two eases of Fowls" sent FREE. and women'slunderwear, gloves, hose and nothe voters of the Progressive' Republi- the action of the Progressive Bepubli-ca- n will be prepared to comply promptly months, i s regaining h i s health party, expressed at the August Bourbon Remedy Co. Iniigtoa, ly. can party, expressed at the August tions, and youcan buy them at reduced prices; primary. ith these term s This statement will" be gladly received primary. Ad Frank. Sinclair Sold by Paull Drug Company. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. by Mr. Butler's many friends. We j j ! You Can buy J . j DARNLESS to-da- J ry ! ( C7llV-i- l l--i i I 1 11 J 1 I Additional Locals. L LIL-BUR- N a j 4-p- Jy To-da- v. Russell & Co. to-wi- -- e ggjf ! , e 1 :tHE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS ' The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all other remedies. Trustworthy people like A. B. Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm, Newbern, Tenn., and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky., say they take it at regular intervals and in that way not only maintain general good health, but that they have not in years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always have a bottle of it in the house. It is good for all the family. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 "Washington St., Montlcello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. Commissioners Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTTCKY. James H. Jvinuard Pltf. James C. Shirley & ect., Def. By virtue of a Judgment and Order ol Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the May term, thereof, 1913, in the above cause, for the sum of three n dollars and hundred with the interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from the 5th day of Jan, 1908, until prid, and 52.75 costs herein, I shall proceed to otfir fifty-seve82-1- 00 I Advantages of Night Schools years our large cities have recognized the absolute necessity for night and they have become a part of such systems. The rural have been slow to understand the great waste in energy that comes through the lack of education in each and every community. Of course a few counties in the past year or two have developed "moonlight" or night schools, but It is merely a beginning. Naturally one would suppose that a county which had for its county seat a city the size and importance of Louisville would have seen the tremendous advantage of such schools, but such has not been the case. When it has been suggested some wiseacre has remarked sagely: "It ain't any use. Nobody '11 come. If they're too lazy to work they won't come, an' if they're hard at work they'll be too tired at night to come. So there you are." One day early last spring your correspondent happened to be In the office of the county superintendent at the courthouse atLouisville. While waiting he overheard a rural teacher ask, "If I get a few boys in my neighborhood interested in a night school proposition will you and the hoard stand by me and furnish light, heat and some new lamps?" Of course the superintendent at once agreed to the proposition, hut a farmer who stood by edged a little closer and asked. "Who's goin' to pay for the extra work?" The teacher flushed for a moment and then managed to stammer, "Why-h- ow what do you mean?" "Why," he answered, "you ain't in the school teachin' work for your health, are you? What are you goin' to got for this extra two or three nights' work a week from now until the end of the spring term of school?" "I'm going to get a big price for the work." she answered, with spirit "The price is to be my own satisfaction that I am doing my full duty by the good PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful coueh aud veryweak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, due j. was completely cured by 1 JVts has Its attractions noless than youth in a more serene and quieter life. But it is this very life of rest without sufficient exercise that brings with it those disorders that arise from inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, .persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled in this way, with accompanying symptoms tjf belchine, drowsiness after eating, headaches and general lassitude. Frequently there is difficulty of digesting-evelight food. Much mental trouble ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable remedy. First of all the advice may be Kiven that elderly people should not use salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters or any of the more violent purgatives. "What they need, women as well as men, Js a mild laxative tonic, one that is pleasant to take and yet acts without griping. The remedy that fills all these requirements, and has in addition tomic FOR DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, 111. I 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. door in for sale at the Court-hous- e Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday the 7th day of July 1918, at one o'clock p. m. or thereabout (being County Court.) upon a credit of six months the fol-lowi- C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON ng VETERINARY notable of having worms, and should be aud effect o f a Judgment. Bidders uted to the July Companion are: will be prepared to comply promptly given Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pleas-"New Ways to Take a Vacation;" with these terms. n t candy lozenge, which expel "The World's Greatest Lovers;" W A. Coffey, Msster commissionei. worms, regulates the bowels, tones up "Good Ideas for the Summer the system, and makes children well We a the above cause, for the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars, with the interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from the 28 day of May 1913, As a part of its fight for "Bet- until paid, and $f( 25 costs herein. I ter Babies" the Woman's Home shall proceed to offer for sale at the e door in Columbia, Ky., to Companion publishes in its July bidder, at public auction, number an able editorial show- the highest pay of July, 1M3. Monday, the ing how the United States is on one o'clock p. 7th or thereabout (bem. at spending $17,000,000 a year for ing county court,) upon a credit of better farms and only 530,000 a six months the following described year for "Better Babies." The property interest i n a An undivided $17,000,000 item refers, of course certain tractof land, situated in Adair io the expenditures of the De- county, Kentucky, on the waters of partment of Agriculture, and the Sulphur Fork, of Russell's creek, con$30,000 item has to do with the taining 40 acres and being the same Children's Bureau in Washing- land conveyed to Millard and Belle ton which, with Miss Julia C. Aaron, by John Rook by deed having Most Children Have Worms. date Feb. 4, 1902. which land is fully Lathrop in charge, is supposed described by meets and bounds in the to investigate and report on all Judgment and Order of Sale, which is Many mothers think their children matters pertainining to the wel- recorded in Order Book iSTo. 13, page, are suffering from indigestion, headfare of children and child life in 4ol in the office of the Clerk of rhe ache, nervousness, weakness, costive-nesCourt, to which referthe United States. On the sub- Adair Circuit or sufficient thereof when they are victims ot that to ence is made, ject of "Better Babies" there is produce the sums of money so ordered most common of all children's ailpublished in addition to the edi- o be made. For the purchase price, ments worms. Peevish, torial referred to above, an arti- the purchaser, with approved surety fretful children, who toss and must execute bond, bear- gaind their teeth, wihh bad breath cle entitled "Better Babies in the or securities, ing legal interestfrom the day of th e and colicky pains, have all the s South." paid, and'having the force contrib- sale until Other articles Court-housto-wi- The July Woman's Companion. Home t: one-ha- lf desciibed property A certain tract of land situated in Adair county, Kectucky, on the wa-teof Price's creek, and contains about 90 acres, fully described by meets and bounds i n the Judgment, and order of sale which is of record in Order Book $o. 13, page 422, in the office of the Clerk of Adair Circuit Court to which reference is made for a more particular description, o r sufficient thereof to produce the sums o f money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal i from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W. A. Cotley, Master Commissioner, to-wi- t: as Special Attneiin lo Eyes Fiatulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock, lion ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION' ON' NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. BU8KSVILLE STREET. Joseph fi. Stone, Attoney-At-Law 3 Will praclice m this and adjoining counties. : s, Jamstown, KenrocK Why aym-tom- Hoi Traveler;" "For Baby in Warm Weather;" "The Spirit of the Tennis." and happy. Kickapoo Worm Killer is guaranteed. Paull Drug Co., or by and retail and al- mail. 33e. Kickapoo Indian MediGarden;" "Travels by Way of Books." and "Improving Your ways have it. Our prices are cine Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis Ice-Wh- We Want You to Sell Know olesale That Commissioner's Sale, ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Belle Aaron Pltf. j Milliard Aaron & ect., JJef. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit. Court, rendered at the May term, thereof, 1&13, in S such that its use is within the Ad. limits of every family. Phone Ri&y&f. . & a.-or write for prices. 3l!r If all jokes were judged by .rl - J - yj "."-- Smith & Co. Clint night school in lovisville. points, a big bunch of them Columbia. Ad. folks that have kept me in one for ton whole years. Don't you think I would score minus zero. owe something to the people who have given me my bread and butter for ten C . Toe S - m ..- - .n- .- mm WATTERSOiN I have some resident property farm. in Colambia call years?" to trade for a small If Interested or write Ad Frank Sinclair. ' ?K"v?Ki!)'.'iif5f.S'IVSCO SSlXa) ScSx:) vi WEEKLY COURIER - JOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor, The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL That conversation made your correspondent vow that he would visit the little schoolhouse before the end of the spring term. He did ride out to the After a frightful coughing spell a little building that is perched on a steep hillslope to Jeep it out of the Ohio man in Neenah, Wis., felt terrible river during Hood times. It was a dreary, rainy night. As he neared the trolley station he felt that there would he no one there for work, he was mispains in his side and his doctor found taken. Four hoys out of the eighteen enrolled were on handbut ready for and two ribe had been broken. What ag- business. Not one of the four had walked less than a mile in the damp night air, and ony Dr King's New Discovery would all of them had been at work all day. Yet there they were, smiling and bright have saved him. A few teaspoonsful aud eager, youngsters who during the time they had been in school as little end a late cough, while persistent use tots had done practically nothing When the teacher said. "I am sorry it's a bad night and there are only four expels stubi outs obstinate coughs, present," your correspondent thought: born colds or heais weak, sore tungs. "Only four present! But if at this moment each and every schoolhouse in 1 feel sure it's a Godsend to humanithe county had just this number at work it would mean that each year 400 ty," writes Mrs. Eftie Mornon, Co- would be caught and held and developed into something better and finer than they would he otherwise. If it could be kept up for ten years would mean lumbia, Mo., "for I believe 1 would that the county would have 4,000 made over citizens. In a few it years it would if I hadnoc mean a new state. It is most certainly very much worth while." have consumption great remedy." Its guaranused this teed to satisfy, aud you can get a Sl.fUsie free trial bottle or Ad. Co at Pauli Drug Man Coughs and Breaks Ribs. Journal ' HENRY i Editor. We Can;; Furnish! You i The Adair County News andaQthe to-da- Weekly Courier-Journal Teaching Aar iculture much needed is a golf ball that will whistle whenever it is lost. Another in-venti- on Guaranteed Eczema Remedy. AND THE ADAIR 0 oonty BOTH ONE YEAR nes I i M you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. The constant burning, itching, redness, rash and disagreeable effects of eczema, tetter, salt rheum, itch, piles and irritating skin eruptions can be readily cured and the skin made clear and smooth with Dr. ITobson's Eczema Ointment. Mr. J. C. Eveland. o f Bath, 111, says: "I had eczema years and had tried everytwenty-liv- e thing. All failed. When i found Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment I found a cure " 'This ointment is the formula of a physician and has been in use for years not aud experiment. That is why we guarantee it. Paull Drug Co , or by mail. Price 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. Ad W From the Henderson Journal. E notice by the dispatches that agriculture is to be taught in the rurc' schools of Kentucky Both' One Year Dailv Gourier-Journ- ai, Yr $6.00 j The silk hat has survived a century. But the green one a few months should suffice. Best Laxative for the Aged. Olc men and women feel the need of a laxative more than young folks, but ib must belsafe and harmlees and one which will not cause pain. Dr King's If ew Life Pills are especially good for the aged, for they act promptly and easily. Price 25c. Kecoramended by Ad. Paull Drug Co. Sunday Courier-Journa- E, Yr $2.00 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. For doesn't interfere too much with the curriculum (the regular ' . ' course) in the school. If Unit's the way, they feel about it all right. We can also give libera But we hereby cast our vote in favor of teaching agriculture in the rural schools. combination rate with Dail Especially curriculum in the schools. If it DOES interfere with the If'the curriculum of the schools hadn't been interfered with a good many or Sunday Courier Journal. times in the past the clock would have been stopped for fifty years. ComThere have been two separate and distinct schools of thought in the ar- Write Courier-Journ- al rangement of the public school curriculum. There has been the. faction which seemed determined to cram the juvenile mind full of any old information that pany, Louisville, Ky., for was useless, and the less value to the pupil when he stepped out into the world free sample copy of edition the more of it they tried to cram int,o him. It has been done largely under the pretext of fitting the pupil for the college which he never attended. The pupils have answered by quitting school you desire, but be sure tc ' at the cloe of the grades and leaving a corporal's guard to matriculate. send your subscription order The other faction in the educational world has struggled to inject into the school course something useful something that would enable the graduate to to this paper NOT to the battle skillfully and successfully in the world for which he was supposed to be fitting himself. Courier Journal. The practical or utilitarian faction was in a very small minority at the start, but gradually concessions have been wrung from the other side until in the most advanced schools they really teach the pupils something useful. Let's take a mirror and look ourselves squarely in the face. There is nothing wrong with Kentucky. Yet farm lands are worth here only half what they are worth in other states which can boast no better soil. We could ask fpr no better soil. Where is a better climate? b fflJkJL THERE IS NOTHING WttONG BUT OURSELVES. Boys who should be raised on the farm are raised in the towns and then sent on to feed tte hungry, remorseless call of the city. One blade of grass grows where two would grow if some one would tell it how. Farmers are a ' ) Hew Man Of H:m. TnC dollar in debt wlwre they would have two in the bank if they and their sons ;a isy were enabled to understand agriculture as it can now be understood when 3 "Iwaaeuff'f'iKTfrcra there is opportunity to learn it. x., years ahead of the practice. Why not take a short IjS'JL. Alston, ltu.eigii,i.C The theory is twenty-fiv- e IheradliidneysdIriotworkrigM. cut and inject a little theory into the pupils of the country schools in place of out four bottles rf Elecirlc L it?" miscellaneous and classified useless information, fads and fancies, frills and 1 made me fee' ''ke new men.' furbelows? PRICE 50 CTS. I ALL BRUG STORES. $i.50 SwfcllG .. rs pir i I 'id . i tno--- ' Vk Jf 3- t"-v- f & THE ADAfR GOUMTY NEWS LOTS OF RUSSIAN NOBLES. I samesm 09 T "WJ ;t nuroft ioj jKtnjtajx anoH,.5looq aZca- - pint 'suoi;omfsu ivptag joj jsjSgrup jno U8UIOAV sy noX dpq hjav ji mpjtr) aifj Their Blood May Not Be Blue, but They Have White Bones. In reference to an amazing prodigality of Russian titles Rothay Reynolds in "My Russian Year" says: "In Russia all the descendants of a hereditary nobleman are noble, and all the descendants of princes, counts and barons enjoy the right to use those titles; hence there are rich princes and poor princes, princes with distinguished manners and princes with no manners, elegant princes and princes you could not possibly be seen walking down Piccadilly with, princes in palaces and princes in garrets, princes who are desirable partis and princes who advertise in the newspapers for wives with money. "A glance at the St Petersburg directory and a rough calculation show that there are some 200 men. women and children in the capital alone who all belong to the same princely family and bear the same name and exalted title. "The first prince I met in St Petersburg was the head waiter of the Hotel de France. He .had an incontestible right to the title and was an excellent servant His case, however, ought not to be cited as an instance of the decsy of the Russian nobility, for he was a Tartar from a part of the Caucasus, where princes were so abundant that when Russia acquired it only those whould produce a certain number of sheep "were granted the legal right to preserve the title. Many borrowed sheep for the jnirpose, and princes are so common at the present day that beggar boys in Tiflis give the title to each other. "Russian nobles do not have blue blood: they have white bones. Common people have black bones. In spite of the leveling jof society by the debasement of the nobility great importance is attached to the possession of the white bones." CROWNED CAISSON WORKERS Perils and Difficulties That compass Their Labors. En- SPLENDORS OF SPACE. W. JOJ 0UOJ JS3q 9lfl SI JI 3)!I All! p3ABS -- Jl MOlHf ;ouubo i pue 'sjjads 3ujjujbj ainua uib aon qui padpq pipflQ jq asop jsjij aqx 'top aj9as qsau, o puB 'sipds 3unun?jJ pmj 'atu JB3U ouoA"ira sabij o; juaq jou pjnoD i 'snoAjau sA"cs sqs B3av os sbav pire vit sj sjqx lt :;j jnoqB "mpJBQ 3J00 'm 'UBJV 'J3UPOJ 33BJQ SJ1V 'fa I joj 'mpjB ain jo pajnD joj u3noua abs THE FEARFUL AIR PRESSURE. It Causes Exhilaration After the First Painful Sensations Pass Away Tho Great Danger Lies In Coming Out ol the Lock Into the Open Air. Laboring on the firm earth, with "all out of doors" to breathe, perspiring and mayhap grumbling at one's hard luck, a person seldom if ever stops to think that men work day after day deep down in the water or the mud, with none but artificial light to guide their movements and only the air that is pumped to them to breathe. People who work in the open air would have only to labor for a very short time in a diver's suit, a caisson or an air lock, getting a taste of what it is like and how it feels, to be cured whatever of grumbling at their lot and thank their lucky stars that it has been ordained that they work on top of the P DlU01StUBU10M I Ml tRSu3Js Aijpoq ain dn Suipjinq puB aiqnoj ain jo aojnos aqj oj Suio3 Aq 'jsuubui jBjnjBu b ui 'qiiBsq ssjojssj puB UBd S3A3JI3J tjjoav jadojd jiaqj op 0 wain sdpq puB 'subSjo a"iueuioa aqj uo A"nua3 spe sjU3ip3jui aiqB333A Ajaind uiojj apsui si inpjir) 'opjo s.ubuioav aq 'mpjB snoAiau ajuua jnoA 33iBX idn siq daajj ?,uoq uiru puB 'UAop 3jB3jq noA" 'unsaj b sy op noA joav pjBq aq; uibjjs oq; puujs jouueo ip;.UA 'uonnjijsuoD a"iueuioav. jnoA jo ss3ujB3av aqj si J snoAjau noA" S33jBiu Bu;m, -- aiv uias p siioaj3m The Rhine May Get the uanuoc. Of late the evolutions of the course of the Danube above Vienna have been the subject of much research. According to most authorities, the source of the Danube is in the two streamlets called Bregach and Breg, which descend from the flanks of the Black forest, in the grand duchy of Baden, and unite at Donauschingen with a spring, regarded by some as the true source. The stream from this point flows southeastward toward the bases of the Rhine and the Lake of Constance through the calcareous beds of the Swabian Jura and at certain points into sinks and rifts. Coloring matter has shown that there is a leakage of this subterranean water to the Rhine basin. The prediction of a German scientist is that the whole of the Danube above Tuttlingen will some day be captured by the Rhine. New York Sun. A OX. 3jy BIT OF earth. The work of a diver, his sensations while under water and his experiences, have often been written about, but those of the air lock and the caisson worker have not. While he does not face the danger of fouling pipes and lines, as does the diver, he stays down longer, gets warmer, and his great danger lies in the stagnation of blood and paralysis resulting from the change of atmosphere. While the man working on the surface of the earth bears up an atmospheric pressure of fifteen pounds to the inch, men in the locks bear a pressure of from fifteen to fifty pounds of com- pressed air, according to the depth. The heaviest pressure ever worked un- der was borne by five divers on the pounds. Four sweuisn coast sixty-hv- e of these died a few miuutes after coming out. riBSS5tgJ3&lE8ah While, as a general thing, the diver stands not nearly the amount of pressure and seldom stays down more than two hours, the men in the Hudson river tunnel stood a pressure of forty-si- x pounds and worked in four hour shifts. Some men stayed down twenty hours at a stretch, but did not work all the time, and Superintendent Haskins stayed down once twenty-fou- r hours. The sensations experienced are peculiar. When a man first steps in there are a tingling in the ears and a pain in the head, and when he talks it is apparently through the nose. This is caused by the pressure, and the remedy Is to hold the nose, close the mouth and blow against the ears. This relieves the pain and stops the sensation. When the pressure is all on the worker feels all right and experiences no dis-comfort. Then there Is a sort of ex hilaration, and a man does more work in the lock than he could do outside. The danger lies in coming out of the pressure into the open air. It is then that a man is apt to suffer from stag nation of the blood and paralysis caused by the change in the atmosphere. Besides this, a man may he attacked ift the head or stomach with severe pains. Three out ot nve cases wuere the head and stomach are attacked reAnother severe malady resulting from the change is what is called the "bends." This is the air getting in between the flesh and the bone. It is etxremely painful and so severe that a quart of whisky administered in half an hour would not intoxicate the patient The stagnation and paralysis are the worst dangers and do the work quickly. Many men have been keeled over by these causes, and not a few die. Old timers at the business sometimes get caught. The remedy for this paralysis is a quick return to the LITTLE PARADISE. First Sunday Papers. How Sunday newspapers were circulated in London before the abolition of the "tases on knowledge" was described by the late R. M. Morrell, the founder of the National Sunday league. Barbers used to take in copies and let them out a penny an hour, and Mr. Morrell recalled the details of the system. It was necessary to call at the barber's on Saturday evening and state the hour for which you wanted the paper. On Sunday the customer fetched it, left sixpence on deposit and came back with the paper at the end of his hour, receiving fivepence change upon its return. London Chronicle. Too Much For the Englishman. A professor from Iowa went to England last summer and was introduced to a professor from one of the English universities. He welcomed the American and said: "I met one of your colleagues last summer. We had another professor from Ohio here to visit us." "But I am from Iowa." "Iowa, indeed: How very interesting! I am sure the other .gentleman called it Ohio." Lippincott's. Higher Up. Whittler (to his daughter) Did you tell that young man he couldn't stay after midnight? "Yes, papa." "Then why didn't he go?" "He wanted to know if the order had been conflrmed by mamma." Life. Sunny Days. --Ovid. days in a complete year, you will find that the fine day has come more often. No man is wise If you count up the sunny and cloudy Tahiti, In the South Seas, a Place of Charm and Leisure. Rarotonga gives you a kind of foretaste of the whole charm and beauty of the south seas. It is the appetizer, the hors d'oeuvre, not the whole meal. Tahiti is the whole thing, the real thing, the thing one has dreamed about all one's life, the thing which made Stevenson leave Europe forever. All tellers of fairy tales and all poets from Homer downward have always imagined the existence of certain islands which were so full of magic and charm that they turned man from his duty and from all tasks, labor or occupation in which he was engaged and held him a willing captive who would not sell his captivity for all the prizes of the -busy world. " Stevenson in one of his books, "The Wrecker," I think, says that if a man who is toiling in some English town were to be suddenly transported to one of the south sea islands, in the neighborhood of Tahiti, and had a vision of the beauty that is there and then were to be transported back again to his prosaic and ugly surroundings he would say, "At any rate I have had my dream." That is how one feels when one has seen Tahiti. One feels one has had one's dream. The bay of Papeete curves inward.' As you sail into it you ore sure to see several white schooners at anchor. At one side is a range of light blue volcanic hills stretching out into the crystalline sea, reminding one of Naples, Capri and Sorrento, and in the middle ' of the bay there is a tiny little island, consisting of a few cocoa palms. The sea is a transparent azure. Little white houses are dotted all along the line of the beach, nestling in greenery. We walked along the beach into the little town and into the suburbs. It was spring in Tahiti, and every kind of ima- ginable blossom was flaunting its reck less and extravagant beauty. Everything grows wild in Tahiti. The people seemed extraordinarily contented and invincibly indolent. I was walking along the main street and I wanted to get to the postoffice, which I knew was somewhere along that street I stopped at a store and asked whether I was going the right way. The storekeeper, who was a Frenchman, said. "Yes. you are going right" I then asked if it was far. The storekeeper said it was very far indeed. It would take me a good quarter of an hour or twenty minutes to walk there. I asked him if I could hire a conveyance, as I was in a hurry. He shook his head and thought it I then went on my way. I thought I would just time myself and see how lone it did s!s to reach the j j j j : uii-likel- y. WITH A SILK HAT. ! I Matchless Beauty of the Milky Way as Seen In a Telescope. The Milky way, or galaxy, is an apparent ring extending entirely around the universe of stars visible in the largest telescope. It is composed of suns in literal millions. They are so remote that, as seen from the earth, they appear to be close to each other, while really they are separated by millions and billions of miles. To the eye the belt of soft light looks like a continuous band of cloth of pearl, but telescopes have the effect of bringing objects nearer. This separates the filmy cloud into many millions of glittering but minute points on the black background of space. At a distance forest trees seem to be close together, but as they are approached they separate and stand alone. It Is next to Impossible to describe the matchless beauty of the Milky way as seen In a telescope of great power. Carpet a large room with Hang many electric black velvet lights in the ceiling. Throw down and scatter all over the black floor a bushel of minute diamonds, rubies, pearls, saphires. opals, amethysts and other gems. Then turn on the light. You would have a faint imitation of the supernal glories of the galactic hosts. For the appalling depths of space look black in our great telescopes. In places these suns look by perspective as though they were ar ranged in piles, heaps and banks or built up Into colossal windows, or twisted into spirals, or dashed into In some wisps and cosmic spray. places the concentration is so great and dense that only the jnost powerful telescopes" on earth can magnify ejiough to brings out details. A few clusters exfst that have not so far been resolved into these needle points. And the height of human happiness is to watch these vast congeries of distant suns in a huge telescope. George Wharton James in National Magazine. TURNED INTO Tanner Ottley flttonney-At-Uat- ti Wilt practice in all the Cotrts Columbia, Ky. THE LOUISVILL TIMES FOR 913 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULiT PRICS Ot THE LOUISVILLE TIMER' IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORDFR YOU WiLL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNT? NEWS AND West African Savages Have a Queer Way of Inaugurating a King. In "The Fetish Folk of West Africa" Mr. Robert H. Milligan describes the grotesque ceremony of inaugurating a &native king: The king was chosen from among the people by the elders, and he was selected ior his wisdom. The ceremonies of his enthronement were such that he required not only wisdom, but also courage, physical strength and a superb digestion. The mau'a Grst intimation that he had been chosen by the elder's was an onrush of the entire tribe not to do him honor, but to abuse and insult him in every possible way. They would hurl opprobrious epithets at him, curse him. spit upon him, pelt him with mud and beat him, for, they said, from this time on he could do all these things to them, and they would he powerless to retaliate. It was their last chance! They also reminded him of all his failings in graphic and minute particulars. If the king survived this treatment he was then taken to the former king's house, where he was solemnly Invested with the insignia of the kingly office in the shape of a silk hat. No one except the king was permitted to wear a silk hat. Following the inauguration ceremony the people came and bowed before the new king in humble submission, while they praised him as enthusiastically as they had before reviled him. Then he was fed and feted for a week, during which time he was not permitted to leave his house, but had to receive guests from all parts of his dominion and eat with them all. These ceremonies ended, he turned to the comparatively easy and commonplace duties of his kingly office. This custom, like many others, has passed away under the Influence of civilization. vl-h-- STONE. Petrified Objects Are Common In Regions Where Limestone Prevails. Petrified objects are found in a great many sections of the world, most of them In sections where limestone Is prevalent. m.xfpxitv- Petrified wood is quite common. Bits' of wood, pieces of bark and small twigs are the more common, but in some places whole logs are found, and these are so well petrified as to show the bark as perfect as when the tree was growing. Different kinds of wood petrify. It depends more on the amount of lime than on the quality of timber. In Arizona" ivhole trees are petrified, and, in fact whole forests have been turned into stone, and some wonderful specimens are to be found there. The petrified trees are sometimes cut up and converted into various articles of - THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES . ! sult fatally. Petrified moss is found in many the best afternoon paper prinplaces. It is very beautiful. Petrified j grasses, leaves of trees and petrified! ted anywhere. nuts and fruits have been discovered) Has the best corp3 of corres-- ' in some places. Petrified reptiles and small animals have also been found. Cobs from which the grains of corn pondents. have been removed make rather curious petrifications. One of the most cuCovers the Kentucky field pa'-- ' rious found is that of a piece of honeycomb turned into solid stone, but showing every honey cell perfectly fectly. shaped and equally distributed just as Covers the genera! news fie the honey bees had built it. If the comb had contained honey the water had dissolved that, for the cells were completely. empty. , Has the best and fullest maf Petrified human remains are not uncommon. In some of the cemeteries in sections where limestone prevails in kets reports. abundance bodies have been lifted to move them to other cemeteries, and DEMOCRATIC in politics ha they were found to be turned to stone. Harper's Weekly. everybody. value. fair to Curious Letter Ending. One of the most remarkable at all times. Pliny , nnstnflicp. the Elder. Louisville Hole Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh American and European Plans 1 1, RATES: American Plan S2.00 and up European Plan $1.00 and up letter SUBSCRIPAs he started out with the bushel of SEND YOUR endings following one of the most re- air lock. The men as a general thing do not ashes he walked Into a clothes line that markable letters on record is that exmany years at the busi- he didn't see. ample from India preserved by E. V. remain a great When he had picked himself out of ness, and a man should never work at TION RIGHT AWAY Lucas in his anthology, ''The Gentlest the ash pile and recovered his hat he forty years of age. after Art:" "Honorable Sir Kindly excuse it Cuttinghea is hole and building a tunnel stood in the back yard and relieved his poor thy servant from attending this , through water is an extremely difficult feelings. on your honor's office this day. as I am DENTAL OFFICE "Henry." called his wife. by many was thought to be suffering from the well known disease thing and "Well?" he snapped. was done in the commonly called ache of the interior impossible. Still it "Don't stand out there to do it. Come case of the Hudson river tunnel, and economy, and I shall ever pray. Yours straight into the house and tell me Or. the method is very interesting., ever painful. Ram Chunder. I S. The work on the tunnel had pro- that it's all my fault" Detroit Free Oh. death, where is thy sting?" DENTIST gressed until a bo.dy of water was Press. struck. How to tunnel through this XFXT TO I'OST OFFICE Two Vacations. hole of water was a puzzling question. Two Gifts. Joe had not seen Bill for a long time. It was done ii this way: A so called Thsy both had sections of the paper. Columbia, Ky. "Hello. Dill!" he said. ''Still work- balloon was constructed by making a "Here's a New York man gives his ing. I see." netting of wire- rope and covering this wife a diamond necklace." said she. ItliW OIWICIS MONK OH HO. "Yes. Joe. but I am getting a little netting with canvas. The interior of "Nothing like that ever happens to me." wabbly. I've had only two vacations the balloon was their filled with blue "Well." said be. "here's a Chicago years. Joe. once to un- clay and salt hay. When filled the man gives- his wife a black eye. NothIn thirty-seve- n dergo a surgical operation and the balloon, thirty feet in diameter, weigh- ing like that ever happens to you. other time in order to buy a lot in the ed 140 tons. The hole of water was either, my dear." Louisville Courier-Journa- l. emetery." Indianapolis News. then located, and with the aid of a huge' steam derrick the- balloon was Concerning the Uplift. The Oval Moon. dropped into the hole. Then several According to a discovery made by "You are in favor of the uplift, of scow loads of dirt were dumped down on to the balloon and the whole thing Professor Castadilobo of Portugal, the Hair Cut, any Style 15c. Shampoo t'ourse." Shave 10c. moon is not round, but oval. Cinemat15c. Massage. 15c "Yes." replied Farmer Corntossel. left to settle. "Only I haven't any special regard fur ograph pictures, taken during an At the end of ten days the work of Bath 15c. t man who has a job of roof mendin' cutting through the balloon was be- rclipse of the sun. show a difference of When you Patronize Us, Your Shoes on hand and who refuses to climb a gun. This was a very difficult job. An three miles between the greatest and Shined FREE. These prices ladder in hopes that some one will idea of what hard cutting it was may least breadth. do nob include Saturdays. "firing along an elevator." Washingbe gained from the fact that it took Satisfaction Guaranteed. Give two months to dig through the thirty ton Star. Doubted Him. feet.-- St. Us a Call- Louis Anyhow, you must admit he is She - In Private. James Triplett Sullivan Barber Shop Globe-Democra- t. We serve the best American Plan meals in the South The New Louisville Hotel Co. , Inc. Herman Suiinhift r, :5iJintv- A Life Feud. "Cannot this quarrel be patched up between Mrs. Wombat and Mrs, Wallaby?" "No. This quarrel cannot be patched up. Mrs. Wombat offered Mrs. Wallaby's cook $2 more per week." Pitts-burgPost. h Peolve to he thy?olf and know that he wlin rtnils himself loses his misery. Matthew Arnold. Did you notice his knowledge of Aristotle? He I did: Russell B!dg. ,The Spinster's Jest. Columbia. Ky. n and if you want my candid opinion. I Confidential Friend (to elderly So. my dear, you're given up ad- don't believe he's ever been there. vocating women's rights? Elderly Spi- Minneapolis Journal. I keep on hands a full stock of nsterYes: I'm now going in for oue of coffins and caskets, also robes; women's lefts. Friend Women's Ieftsl A Crazy Act. my What's that? Spinster-Widow- er, did you leave I hearses. Prompt service night or day. Owner of Car-Wdear. Judge. your last place? Chauffeur The guy Phone 29. a well bred man. spln--stohy A( if! hi- - .''iniSy ri! mail ihu's not )'A'i esiate.Jiis estate owns him. Biou S.Ml.2.' J:iim V!t !ihw tires I'uck. hi,-- : -- !. !:S l.-l- jr itr J R Tripfett, Columbia. Ky. Ad 4 ti- t. 4. V" P ra? W J .ilL5. la$o,- .,. j. -- - - "" JreV - (, thejadair county news The sermons will be delivered by bad case of flux for the past ministers from Greensburg and three weeks. Miss Rose Hunn', of Columbia, Everybody m- Campbellsville The warmest weather of the- wiil teach our school thi year. t vited to attend. seasonthisveek. a t Hutchisons school house. Unsightly Pace Spots Rev.Pangburn filled the Miss Hunn is one of Kentucky,s Are cured bj Dr. llobson's Eczema in our city last Sunday. Ointment, which heals all skin erup-- ! bet teachers and has the love of Miss Vick Hughes, of Colum- - tions." "So matter how long you have everybody. , by itching, burning, or bia, spent a day or so with her been troubled Mr. Hege, the uii man, was jusfc ut a HtUe of sWi humo s. aunt.-MrDiddle, last week that soothiug antiseptic, Dr. Hobson's through this part of the country Ointment, on the sores and week taking orders for coal J. A. Wheeler, of Sparksville, Ex.eraa thesllfferIllf stop3 lnstantly. Heal- - last was with us last Friday. ing ben.s that very minute. Doc- - oil. tors use it in their practice and lee- Rev. Chandler, of Columbia, ommem it Mr Alleman of Llttle. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Viers, of will preach for us on the 2nd! town, Pa. sajs: "Had eczema on Louisville, arrived last Saturday, forehead: Dr Jlobbon s uxzenia Sunday in June. and will probable make Adair ment cured it m two weeks.'' Guar Messrs. W. B. Patteson and anteed to relieve or money i refunded. their home tee rest of the year. Mrs. Viers was Miss Cleo ShepMike Winfrey, of Columbia, were Price Sue Soid by Paul! Drug Co. Ad. herd. in our midst last Tuesday. Mr. Lucien Turner is on the Rowes X Roads. his W. L. Crady reports sick list. meadows better than they have been for years. Mr. Bill Squires, who has Hot weather and plenty of it. been quite sick, is better at this Our farmers put in all the It is just a little boy at Linnie week cutting grass and stacking Blakey's. Mother and baby do- writing. Mr. Willie Todd, of Cincinwheat. ing well. nati, Ohio, is visiting his parents Rev. Hogard, of Columbia, We have had good rains in the and two little sons. was with us last Friday. last few days. Crops are lookTitus Mercer, of Columbia, ing well. Most of the" corn will Mr. Rheu Squires and Ernest Cundiff contemplates going . to was in our nrdst last Wednesday be layed by this week. Louisville the 4th of .July. looking after cattle. Our people are getting their Mrs. Jennie Smith was visiting Strong Hill is putting in a new WReat r fche stack j,ut j0hn mill at Keltner. This wiil be a Veils has not come to thresh it at Gradyvilie last Saturday and Sunday. great couvenience for the peo- - yer Gradyvilie. 1 J Cane Valley. EVERYTHING IN Mr. S. Geo. Ranks, of Dallas, Texas, is visiting his father, S. G. Banks, of this place. , i , ! ; Lawrence Smith, of Texas, is k visiting his uncles, Messrs. and Willie Smith. Denis Eubank, our postmaster, purchased himself a new five passenger automabile last week. D. H. Beard and J. C Suhlett made a business trip to Cincinnati last week. They made the trip on bycycles. The farmers of this section are getting along nicely. The most of the wheat is in the shock. Pe-nic- NG Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, aSvanized J-- and Printed. Also Ehvood and (American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. incorporated 112-11- CO- - corn and tobacco have been well cultivated. Mrs. Coy Dudgeon and two 6 Eoarttdfker Stnrer, SeJween fir.st and Brook children, of Lebanon, were visiting rriends and relatives here severai days last week. Mrs. B. M. Callison was visiting her daughter, Mrs. 0. W. McAlister, at Campbellsville last week. Louisville, Ky. The Adair County News and ioth i , Courier-Journ- ai One Year for $1.50, Mr. and Mrs. Vester Murrell t--nn were visiting in Campbellsville, last Thursday and Friday. Of Season Sale Game warden, T. I. Smith, pie in that section. Mrs. Coy E. Dudgeon and two was on Green river several days Old "uncle" Bill Garr is bad daughters, Iva Frances, of Leba- - last week. Very specialjpncts are the force to reduce our large slock of good Carpets and Mrs. Ella Y. Robertson, who sick with heart dropsy. U3, Inducemels cf the greatest Kind are offered in eery section of big to?e non,- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dna Hoarfi lias been on the sick list for sevanrrol tricifarl tVio Bill Price get3 no better. Large Brussell Rugs, 1 x 12 ft. $16.00 values for $12.00 Turner Murray o few days ago. home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie eral weeks, is improving at this Lura Blakey is some better Large Axminster Rugs 11$ x 12 ft. $32.50 values for $25.00 Ernest Cundiff sold $25 worth Huthinson last Monday evening time. tins week Extra Quality Velvet Carpet $1.25 grade. Yard 90c of Hay to a Mr. Shaw, of Colum-- 1 and claimed their precious little Mr. Sanders of Campbellsville Inlaid Linoleum, Tile Palterns, $1.35 grade, square yard $1.00 Bomar Handy and family will baby, Mary Martha. We are in spent a day or so in our midst start to Indiana June 30th. Ver- bia. Printed Linoleum, b:g line, regular 60c grade, square yard 40c Last Wednesday, about 1 0 deep sympathy with Mr. and last week soliciting orders for an non Selby will go with Bomar. Right now during June is the time to get Exception-a- i o'clock, the brothers and sisters Mrs. Hutchison, as this was their automatic machine of some kind. Bargains in Floor Coverings at Hiram Marcum shot and killed surprised Mr. George Todd and last child. The other little boy We did not learn the name. He himself a few nights ago. Louisville's Big Carpet Store. ArvestHill and Will Diddle was buried at the Wolford grave his sister, Tuesday being one of died just three years ago. spent last Saturday and Sunday yard near heie yesterday in the their birthday's and Thursday Mr. Bill Kelly who has been . over on Cumberland river near presence of a very large crowd. the birthday of the other. Those seriously sick for the past two weeks, is able to walk out a little. incorporated Rowena. We suppose they are This is another case of whiskey. present were: Mr. and Mrs. James Todd, of out fishing. 522 and 524 West Market St. Oh! if men just would quitdrink-in- g The King of All Laxatives. Taylor county, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ellis Vance, of Miami, this stuff what a happy peoFor constipation, headaches, indiScott Todd, Miss Georgia Todd, days of last week ple we could be. spent a few gestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's Mr. Art Todd, Mr. and Mrs. New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of visiting her sister, Mrs. W. B. the election don't soon get Robert Todd, Mr. .and Mrs. Char- Buffalo, N. Y,., sajs they are "King of If Dulin, near this place. over I believe I will loose my ley Browning, Miss Mary Brown- laxatives. They are a blessing to all my family and I always keep a box at Mr. L. J. Willis wa3 transact- little dog. He will bark himself ing, Ray Browning, Mr3. Dick home " Get a box aud get well. ing business at Greensburg last to death. There were five canHutchison and son, Leonard, Mr. Price 2oc. Recommended by Paull Ad. Wednesday. didates here one day this week. Willie Todd and two sons, Gar-ne- tt Drug Co. n Mr. John D. Lowe, the Oliver Hadley's wife and baby and William, Misses Anna From Oklahoma. shoe man, of Columbia, are visiting at Burton Town this and Lela Cundiff and Master Always appreciates trade from Adair and passed through here A'ednesday week. Dennis Banks. Adjoining Counties and is constantly ot Blair, June 8, 1913. en route to Edmonton. Wallie Cook has been at home fering and giving to all comers, Bargains Surprising Cure of Stomach Trouble. Editor News: Mr. Roy Walker and son, of again this week on a visit. After being away eight years When you have trouble with your in all Lines of goods. Nell, were with us last Friday. McKinley has stomach or chronic constipation, don't I have decided to write a few Miss Emmer imagine that your case is beyond help Mr. Walker reports everything gone Will send DryJGoods, Clothing and Shoes to Dunnville on a visit. just because your doctor fails to give lines to The News. moving along nicely in his com- She has a brother living there.' you relief. Mrs. G. Stengle, Plaintield to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. I left Adair county March the munity. over a month past N. J., writes, "For James T. Chapman is confined I have been troubled with my stom- 20th, 1905, and went from there Any goods not satisfactory can be re y Messrs. C. S. Bell and John He ach. Everything 1 ate up3et it terri- to Texas, staying there two to his bed with rheumatism. turned by Parcel Post, if in seven days spent a few days of last has been sick severa weeks. bly. One of Chamberlain's advertis- years, and then came to Oklahoing booklets came to me. After read.week in Frankfort. after sent out Waco McKinley and wife, of ing a few of the letters from people ma. I bought a quarter section Mr. Wes Parson, our black- Knifley, are visiting their par- who had been cured by Chamberlain's of land one mile from town, payTablets, I decided to try them. I smith, attended the Stanley ents here this week. ing seventeen dollars and twenty s of a have taken nearly speaking at Edmonton last Monha3 Miss Tennie McElroy is quite package of them and can now eat al- cents an acre. The land every thing that I want." For more than doubled in value since most day. Mr. Parson reports a very this time with heart sick - Garnets and Quas. 1 - . Hubbuch Bros., k Wellendorff Woodson Lew Greensburg, Ky. well-know- Hol-lada- three-fourth- large attendance. at Woodson Lewis Pre. 1. P. C0CXF, V. sale by Paull Drug Co. Estil Ad We had a fine rain here last trouble. Your Children of Worms You can change fretful, children into health, happy youngsters, by riddiny them of worms. Tossing, rolling grinding of teeth, crying out while asleep, accompanied with intense thirst, pains in the stomach and bowels, feverish and bad breath, are symptoms that indicate worms. Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge, expels the worms, regulates the bowels, restores your children to health and happiness. Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of Elgin, 111 , says: "I have used Kickapoo Worm Killer for years, and entirely rid my children of worms. I would not be without it." Guaranteed. Price 25c. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Rid that time. I. Owens. Sunday afternoon. The rain only extended a few miles from this place. Our ground was too wet to work for several days. Vege-'tatio- n shows the effect of it. We will take the liberty to say that the finest growing piece of corn around here is that of Mr. Amos Keltner's. There is something like three and one-haacres in the piece and the entire piece is over ah ordinary man's head in heighth and the next best crop in this section anywhere belongs to Robert Grady. If anyone doubts the statement of the reporter just make a trip over this way and be convinced. Please remember that on the y 3rd of July there will be services at Summer Shade and on the 4th of July there will be all day services at Pickett's Chapel. Dinner will be served on the ground at both churches, lf all-da- On Sunday, June 22, 1913, at 9 o'clock, p. m., thegrim reaper entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Owen, and plucked a bright little flower, to be transplanted in the fields of light above. Estil was a sweet faced little boy, 4 years, 4 months and 8 days old. He leaves father, j mother, little sister and two little brothers, besides a number of friends, who had learned to love his bright face. The funeral services were Russell's CreeK. beautiful and impressively preached by Rev. Tarter, after The health of this community which the remains were intered is reasonably good except Mr. in the family burying ground to Dofe Smith, who is very low await the coming of the resurec-tio- n with' heart trouble. morn. Gardens are drying up for Alva Grider, need of rain. I have some resident property in Colombia Mrs. John J. Cundiff is able to to trade for a small farm, if Interested call tml'c auwt her room. M r . or writs " Ad Frank Slnrinir Cundiff ha been ufflictod with a i I There are several Kentucky people at this place, This is a nice level country, and make, Kaffir corn and cotton do fine. Small grain and corn do not do so well here. We receive the Adair County News every week and enjoy reading it and seeing so many letters from my old friends in different parts of the State. There is a good deal of stock bred and shipped from this place. We are on a direct line to Kansas City, Mo. U. G. aABDWICX. Prej.; SJ. DIETZMAN, Se: W. T, Pane Mill & Supply Co, a -- ar ESTABLISHED !S5I INCORPORATE!" 1SS0 JWIIiIi WEIGHTS -- EALeRS f CQACHIN1STS N ENGINES. BOILERS, 1301 TiilRTeeNTtf-Mftl- N. GRIST MILLS. FEED MILLS SAW MLIS. LOUISliLLe SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank WorK have a fifteen thousand dollar school building at this place. The town is about one thousand population, and is lighted by electricity. We have "We i JOBBINQ WORK. SOLICITED AH Kinds of Machinery Repaired five churches. I hope to visit Kentucky some time in the near futere, Respt.; B. L. Roberts. The Adair County News and Weekly Course Journal, both one Ye a Each 1.50.