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Day of Prayer. Lebanon Base Ball Games. Jamestown Loses a Citizen. Prominent to Efection Officers. Bumper Wheat Crop. From reports issued by the Department of Agriculture it is expected that the wheat crop this year will be in the neighborhood of 744,000,000 bushels, a real bumper harvest. But great as the crop appears to be, it has not kept pace with the population The farm product of the United States does nob match in growth the number of persons to be fed. This, in fact, is the great secret in the high cost of all food supplies in America, because quantity does not increase nearly so fast as population. The value of farm products grows greater each year. Last year ib debt due from all the living. Several months ago he met with a y stated that the election stroke of paralysis, which ultimately officers appointed last fall for the NoMonday forenoon Miss Lena Last terminated in his demise. The deMurrell, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth ceased was about sixty years old, and vember election cannot serve for the Attorwho lives in the Zion Murrell, had been a resident of Jamestown primary unless ney General Garnett also informed neighborhood, was married, at the since his early manhood. County Attorney G. B. Stamper, of home of the bride, to Mr. W. E. HoISoon after his marriage he was Iaday. The ceremony was beautifully 00010040 05 elected jailer of Russell county, hold- Wolfe county, that in his opinion, said by Rev. O. P. Bush, of the Bap-tiing the position several terms by re- whether there are candidates in all three parties for primary nominations was more than $9,000,000,000. Bub church. election. There is not a more popular young For the last ten or twelve years he or in only one party, the law specific- it was due more to the extremely lady in the county than the bride, devoted his time to conducting a hotel ally directs that the two leading high price for produce than to the parties must be represented on the great quantity produced. Every who is an attractive and very modest and running a general store. young woman, well educated, having He was a kind hearted man. ever boards of precinct election officers. year the American people eat a largeen a teacher for several ye ars. She ready to help the needy, and was pop- In some counties only one party has er proportion of all the things this candidates, and the local election country grows, and have a smaller will be greatly missed from the young ular with every body. people's society. His'death is a serious loss to James- boards decided that if the law per- proportion to export At the present The groom is a very industrious town, as the deceased was enterpris mits they would name officers, all o f rate of this tendencv it will nob be the'party holding the long before cotton will be the importfarmer, a gentleman cf character, and ing, and at all times ready to give of whom belong to primary, thus being better enabled to ant agricultural article which the is a member of one of Adair county's 100000000 his means to any project leading to satisfy all the candidates with their United States will have to sell to the best famlies. the advancement of his town and appointments. The State election Old World. We will need the proIt is our understanding that for the county. law, which permits Stateiofficiais and duct of our farms to feedlthe present the couple will make their Quoting a gentleman in this town, the employes at the Capital to regester at and should have adequate protection. home with the groom's parents. It will be his product that "as a host, no man could dispense hosW. S. 2001240000 413 pitality more generously and delight- their homes on election day does not musb be peddled before the nations of "Securing the promises of candiMay they live long and be truly hapB. 13 0 2 0 10 110 apply to the primary, in the opinion the globe. In the meantime we must py in each others love is the wish of dates for the Legislature to secure the Monday's game between Columbia fully, making his guests feel perfectly of the Attorney General, and those cater to the prodpeer of our food. passage at the next Legislature of a this paper. at home. I am truly sorry to learn Officials who are not already registered, law similar to the Iowa injunction and Bardstown was won by Columbia-Th- of his death." score: if any, must qualify. by registering on Missionary Rally. Manager Reed Brings Home the Bacon. law, putting a perpetual injunction The funeral was largely attended, the special primary registration day. 5 3 0 1 10 0 0 010 upon property to be used for immoral Columbia and the floral offerings were many and purposes. This law has been wonder- Bardstown beautiful. Last Sunday night a large audience By winning Saturday's game from I have a thorough-breJersey Bull. fully successful in Iowa, Nebraska Columbia walked away in thegame . He is survived by gathered at the Christian Church and his wife, two sons $1.00 at the gate. Lebanon by the score of 11-- 5, the Co ana otner states in a perpet with Hustonville, Tuesday. The and one married daughter. was highly entertained by a number lumbia base ball team won the cham- ual injunction uponputting Jo Barbee. immoral resorts, score being as follows: May the balm of Gilead comfort of children, who were billed to give a. pionship for the first time in the his and should be Ad. tf in effect in Kentucky Columbia 00041404 3161 them in their great sorrow. missionary entertainment. The exertory of the Proctor Knot Chautauqua. as soon as possible. Hustonville 00000100 0cises commenced promptly at S o'clock, A Successful Bank. This is the fourth team that has "Petitioning immediate passage by Loses a Great Toe. Hustonville was unable to score in and for one hour every body in the represented Columbia a t Lebanon, Congress of bills prohibiting inter- the game with Lebanon, Wednesday, congregation was all attention. The contesting for honors, under the man- state traffic in opium, cocaine and while the latter club crossed the home At a meeting held on June 30 the exercises consisted o f missionary agement of old students of the game, g other drugs nature, plate with runs eight times. The A son, about fourteen years old, of Board of Directors of the Bank of Co- songs and recitations, the entire lob of but not until this year has any satis- their illegal of Mr. James W. Vaughan, met with a lumbia increased and paid to the stock saleand use. It is a scope: children doing themselves proud faction been brought about. very serious accident at Glenviile, last holders a shame that the United States is so Lebanon dividend of 6J The appeal for mission money, in song 0 1002140 08 Heretofore, Columbia has had just far behind He slipped in her domestic percent., and strengthened its finanHustonville . as good material as she ever had at 00000000 00 Thursday.from the house, his fdther's cial standing by placing an additional and verse, was pathetic, and when the shot gun and cocaine laws. the former Thursday, July 10th. baskets werepassed a Lebanon, but some how o r other they being absent from home. While in S5,000 to its surplus fund. This bank bution was given. liberal contri"Uuging upon-ai- l local authorities W. S. 00000000 There were so were never gotten together and made the open he carelessly placed the muz- with its capital stock of 830,000 now many children, we can nob make the strict enforcement of the Sunday Columbia 100 3 0110 x to play consistent ball. zle on his right foot, when the gun has a surplus fund of 335,000 which special closing laws, that all may have a day Batteries, Durning and Rosenfield mention. Suffice it to say, all Too much praise cannot be given to fired, tearing off his great toe. A makes it one of the strongest finan- did splendidly. of rest. Dant and Evans. Credit is due Misses Edgar Reed, who has not only sucphysician from this place was called cial institutions in the State. It has Mary Lucy Lowe and Vic Hughes ''Petitioning the State Legislature Friday, July 11th for cessfully looked after the financial He says un- for many years been one of the few the excellent training of to pass laws doing away with horse Columbia 0 0002 02 and dressed the wound. children. 000 the end of the club, but has also assisted less blood poison sets up the boy will 000 3 0000 s 3 get all right, except he will probably banks in the State with a surplus Capt. 'Rosenfield in getting up team racing, gambling and kindred evils in Lebanon Kentucky. fund equal to its capital and has regCommitted Suicide. Batteries, Young and Rosenfield, work etc. After winning limp through life. j. eacmngsci entihc temperance ularly paid to its stock holders semiSnyder and Reed. straight games from Bardstown, annual dividends of 6 per cent. We Saturday, July 12th and New Hope, Columbia lost the schools and colleges and Grant Wade, a man about thirty-fiv- e Notice to Contractors. congratulate the officers and directors ties. Columbia x 11 30006110 to Lebanon by the score of 2, but or forty years old, who beof the old "Calling attention to terrible Lebanon coming back strong the next day she 2000012 Rosen- All parties who expect to bid for showing. institution on the splendid tween Jamestown and Russelllived Springs, beat Lebanon in a loosely played game. vorce evils and asking all to unite in Batteries, Durning, Young and committed suicide last Thursday by the brick work and wood work on the After Lebanon had used up Snyder, the abatement of this terrible menace field taking poison. new Baptist Church, this place, must Sunday School Convention Postthe American homes. Graham, Madden and Reed. their star pitcher, in Fridays game, it to "Preyerfor The only cause assigned is, that a a gracious revival of submit their bids not later than July poned. was a foregone conclusson as to how married daughter with children, to Jo Hill, of Adair county, Geo, Berry, 2(ith, as on tnat day the Committee the game would end in the following true religion and undefiled." whom the deceased was very much atMrs. Sue M. Davis, Pres. of Dunnville, Casey county, and will meet dt 12 m., and will render a day. It is a general concensus of opintached, w a s making preparations, H. J. Pendery, Sec. Marvin Petty, of East Fork, were ar- decision. The Committee reserves Owing to the fact that our local with her husband, to remove to anion of every one who,saw the Columworkers have their time engaged on Laura W. Comer, Treas. rested by Deputy W. S. Marshal J. A. the right to reject any and all bids. bia team play that they won the the fourth Saturday in July and from other country. This is said to have C. S. Han is, Chairman. Wise and brought before Commischampionship on the relative strength the fact that none of our State workers brooded upon Mr. Wade's mind, and is Stamps Will Do. sioner F. R. Winfrey, the first of the of the team, and not through any Elsewhere in this issue can be found could be here at that time, we have supposed to have been the cause for week. The two former were held break of luck. over, the latter waved a trial. In the a list of the candidates making up the decided it best to put off the Sunday the rash act. During the four years that ColumPostmaster General Burleson has testimony three tickets the it came out that the boys candidates drewin this county. The School Convention until will third bia has played at the Lebanon Chau- issued the following bulleten concernfor places, and the Saturday in August. It be at Drowned in Russell's Creek. about Dunville sang often these lines: tauqua every member of the club is ing the new C. 0. D. service in the "If you want to die and be at rest names appear in the paper the same Egypt. The program will appear in extremely appreciative for the treat- post office department: ' On and as they will upon the ballot. The the News in due time. after ment accorded to them by the people July 1, 1913, ordinary postage stamps Buy a quart of Berry's best.;.' Last Saturday afternoon about 6;30 drawing was conducted by County of Lebanon. o'clock, Mr. Orville Gnder, a young including commemorative Death at Glenviile. issues, Six mare Clerk Walker Bryant, under the law, In the game against Hustonville shall be valid for postage and for in- mules,coming 16three, extra good sale. man, married, about 22 years old, was and it was satisfactory to all concern15 to hands high, for Young pitched beautifully, allowing surance and for drowned near the home of Mr. S. A. ed. S. M. Burdette, Columbia, Ky. Last Friday morning, Mr. Howard Epperson, o u Russell's creek. Mr. them only two hits. It was thought fees on fourth-clas37-- 1 1 mail and distinctWebb, who was born and reared in the Grider was in company with a party Hustonville would be the team ive parcel post stamps shall be that The telephone service between this valid to beat, but they were easily disposed for all purposes for which ordinary The all day singing at Milltown, place and Jamestown is miserably bad Glenviile country, died after a brief who were fishing and he attempted of by the score of 16-- 1 stamps are valid. The regular issue last Suuday, conducted by Wolford and we would be glad if a company illness. For many years he had been to wade across the stream. When he an exemplary citizen and had many Thedextday a fine exhibition of of due stamps and distinctive parcel Bros. was largely attended and che could be organized and a substantial friends. He was a Master Mason, a reached deep water he cramped and pitching was displayed by big Rich post due stamps shall be valid for the day very much enjoyed. There was line established. It would require member of Glensfork Lodge, and was drowned before assistance could reach Durning who was easily the star. collection of unpaid him. His wife was a Miss Lapsley. . and short paid dinner for every body, the very best the placing of new poles, new wire buried by the Fraternity. He leaves With men on bases he was practically postage on all classes of mail. etc., but we believe such a line would the country affords. The people of a wife and several unhitable. In the series Vauhan and Dropped Dead. "The issue of parcel post stamps Milltown are noted for their hospitali- pay. Will not some enterprisingraen the sympathy of a children, who have Sandidge again featured with their and parcel post host of friends. take hold of the matter. The service ty, and when a gathering is held due stamps to posthitting. masters shall be discontinued after the there, the people know that a good is certainly needed. Mrs. Elia Workman, who was The following is the score: Mr. M. O. Stevenson, who is makstock now on hand in the Bureau of dinner awaits them. years old, who lived about sixty-fiv- e Mr. C. C. Breeding is now located ing an effort to establish a high recEngraving and Printing are exhaustnear Pellytou, dropped dead last SatPrayer Meeting. J. Q. Montgomery is in a meeting in Columbia and has charge of one of ord in the production of corn, o n up- urday afternoon. ed and no additional supply of stamps Heart trouble is with Jep Daniel at old Tabernacle Mr. Myers' machines. He is an expert land, makes a good report as to prosshall be printed given as the cause. She was an exreliable. pects for success. His only worry at this county. The meeting will con- operator, and The prayer meeting of the Baptist will b e remembered that h e this date is that his corn is so dense cellent old lady. Two very interesting Edueationa tinue through ihe most of this week. It ahurch will be held, Wednesday evenMeetings of importance, have been It began the first Sunday in this was on the road several years ago that he needs a carload of lightning ing, July ICUi, on the lawn of W. A. Squire Skipworth, au old colored when machines were first put on the bugs in his field t o enable him to held in Divisions No. 2 and 4, of which month. Coffey. pike, running to and from Campbells- give it the last working. If yon have man, who came to Columbia from R. L. Rowe and J. D. Eubank are W. B. Taylor will begin a revival ville. any bugs to spare just mail them to Cumberland county, several years Z. T. Williams and Luther Young chairmen. The first meeting was at meeting a t Pleasant Hill the first M. O. Stevenson, Columbia, K y . ago, died in the colored settlement, in arein a meeting at Milltown this Antioch School district, last Friday Sunday, in August. Z. T. Williams It has been ordained by the Town Act at once as the corn needs its last the suburbs of this town, last Saturweek, which will continue through and the other at Neatsburg, Monday. will fill his appointment at Pleasant Board that eight miles an 'hour for Ltip of the hoe and Mr. Stevenson needs day afternoon. He appeared to be Teachers, trustees and patrons of the the week over Sunday Hill and Glenviile the 3rd Sunday in automobiles and motorcycles in the light in his field. about sixty years old. He was indusentire divisions were present and a this month. corporate limits of Columbia is as fast trious, never refusing a job of work, A large delegation from this place great deal of interest manifested d by his people. any machine can be run. Five as I have 17 nice Jersey' cows for sale. and was Mr. Charles Sanders, twenty-on- e went to Lebanon Monday to witness plenty of dinner at both places. It Is dollar fine for the first; violation, ten Call on me if you want a good Jersey needless to say the people of these two years old. and Miss Violet Cox, ninethe last game in the ball contest. for the second and so on. cow. Mr. Doc Walker, who has beeu a divisions are not wide awake along teen, both of Taylor county, near J. B. Barbee. very attentive salesman at the store of A meeting of It will be seventeen days from the educational lines. patrons will be Campbellsville, were married in Jeffer-sonvil- Mr. J. S. Breeding has removed to Ad. tf the Paul Drug Co., has tendered his one night last week. date of this paper until the August teachers, trustees and the Pyle property. He has conditionresignation and has accepted a posheld on Tuesday, at Cane Valley disi ally bought the place, but the trsnsfer primary. The young ladies' picnic club met ition with Russell & Co. He invites trict No. 1, of which N. M. Hancock is The Columbia base ball team did has not been made, as there will be with Miss Victoria Hughes last WedCrops, especially corn, has been chairman, and a similiar one at Glens-for- k itself proud at Lebanon. The full some legal proceedings before the nesday afternoon. Many were pres- his friends to call and see him. greatly damaged by the long dry spell. Friday, of which T. Powell is account of the games played is pub- trade is settled. ent and a delightful time. Prof. A. W. Glasgow will teach in. chairman. C. M. Shaw, Supervisor, lished elsewhere in this issue of The the High School, Catlettsburg, Ky., ' One story of Dr. R. A. News. Jones' brick will preside atmeetings. The Roberts meeting commenced A series of meetings commenced at this coming year. He will be at the is u p, and the work will residence last Friday night. the Gradyville Baptists church Mon- head of mathematics and Latin. For Sale. Mrs. Lola Lovett has removed to pushed. continue to be day night. Rev. Coakley is assisting appartments in Mr. Bettie. W. BmV Rev. C. F. Allen, pastor in charge, the pastor. d One oak Bed-roobar pin, paintLost, a Suit, Hall Hat ler's residence. will begin a meeting at Clear Spring A Pelleyton farmer reports that ed in blue forget-me-ndtrack, G" Dinning Room chairs, New The find- Monday night after the third Sunday crops in that section of the county The Woman's Missionary Society Good rain at Cane Valley last er please return to theNews Office. Lawn Mower and several other articles have not suffered for rain. Thursday night ground too vvet Xo in, this month. He, will be assisted by will meet at the Methodist church that must be sold in a few days. Rev. E. Watt Smith,' of Greensburg. Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. plow. .Miss Lorena Pyle. Mrs. W. E. Jeffries and daughter, Quarterly court nas oeen in session 1 Mamie, of Vaughn, N. M., are visitperson left a spectacle case at Some All day singing at Goodin school Lost, a desk key. Return to J. H. ' Born, to the wife of Lawrence Picksince Monday morning. Several civil ing Mrs. Jeffries' home people. , this office. Ycung. house next Sunday. July 10, 1913, a daughter. ett, se.bave been tried. to-dast 11-- The obseavance of July 20 as a day The report of the Lebanon base ball of prayer in all the churches in this games up to Lebanon against Hustondistrict and throughout the State, ville, is taken from the Marion Falcon g who had a representative upon the "for righteous election of men, who will use their high office in grounds: the fear of God, and for the good of The base ball games have not been the people in the complete overthrow as close and exciting as the games last of the liquor traffic;" is requested in year, but have nevertheless been inresolutions adopted by the Women's teresting, and witnessed by large .Christian Temperance Union at the crowds. The game on Thursday of Marcus Lmdsey Memorial Methodist last week between Hustonville and Bardstown was won by Hustonville, church. The liesolutions are signed by Mrs. the score by innings being as follows: G. C. Cromer, president, and Sue M. Hustonville Davis, vice president. Bardstown 000000022-- 4 Other parts of the resolutions are The double header on Friday beas follows: tween Willow Springs and Huston"Asking all cauditates for-tLeg- ville in the morning, and Bardstown islature to pledge themselves not to and Lebanon in the afternoon attractuse money or liquor or other illegal ed good crowds. Hustonville and means In the securing of votes. Bardstown were the respective win"Urging that candidates promise to ners, the scores being as follows. 000 0 0 0 0 0- -7 secure the passage of the four mile W. S. , 201 law prohibiting the sale of liquor Hustonville 0 0 0 1 -8 within four miles of the State Uni-- " Bardstown 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 - fi versity, or a law similar to the law Lebanon 1 passed by the Illinois Legislature. On Saturday Willow Springs deWe believe the youth of Kentucky are feated Bardstown in an eleven inning as precious as the youth of Illinois, game, by following score; Last Thursday morning at o'clock, Mr. A. H. Holt, who was a prominent n to citizen of Jamestown, every body in Russell county, paid the 4 well-know- The Frankfort News sends out the following timely notice: Election officers must be specially appointed by the County Boards of Election Commissioners for the August primary. In answer to inquiries on this point Attorney General Gar-ne- tt f work-ingma- n, 09 e 0003031108 d - habit-formin- semi-annu- al anti-opiu- m 22 three Hus-tonville -- ml i 3-- 005 collect-on-deliver- y s perfectly well-like- le $ rf- -i - m hand-painte- s. jl -- x. I J?.' hT- 49 "i"' Best.heifer over 6 1 adaiiv the""""-.- r lororay i NEWS - - 7 50 months and 10 00 'fJT ," Premium List of The Columbia Fair Association 9 50 51 52 53 54 year old under Best heifer under 6 months old Best cow and sukling calf . . . Best bull, any age, 'any breed Best cow, any age, any breed. Best herd consisting of bull and 3 of more females; must be owned by one person or bona fide firm 00 10 00 ' 10 00 10" 00 10 50 7 50 7 50 7 50 7 2 50 2 50 2 50 the best mule colt, either sex, by one of my jacks, season of J1914 to choice "of them ' . 10 00- . I ' - i 2 50 2 50 100 CLASS L. Percherons. Special by the Columbia Per- chercn Horse Co., W. G. Mc- Kinley, Mgr., season of 1914 to our horse, Judas, No. 76284. best suckling colt, either sex, by Judas ' " '. 4 -- v. .. - , - vS3w JBTRST TUESDAY, 1- 5- - 25 00 15 00 1000 .? .' ; Poultry Show. CLASS L. All exhibitors are requested to put their poultry in nice coops, they may be plainly seen. All poultry will be judged according to rules of the American Poultry Association. Barred Plymouth trio 55 Best -- Rocks, 1 2 00 3 00 any age . - . . ' 56 Best trio White Plymouth Rocks 1 3 00 2 00 any age v 57 Best pair Rhode Islands Reds, 3 ,00 1 2 00 any age Island Whites, 58 Best trio Rhode any age ' - ' ' ' . ' ASUGc. DAY. 19TBC : 1500 v. so Afternoon Progam. the 101 Stallion, CLASS M. Morning Program. Roadster Ring. 00 00 00 00 103 mare Or f . . gelding any 15 00. CLASS A. Best display of apples 2- - Best display of pears 3- - Best display of peaches ' 4- - -- Best display of 3 watermelons 5- - -- Best dbplay of three cantelopes 6- - -- Best display of grapes ---- - .$ 1 v : ..1" - 1 1 .1 1 I 7- - Best -- peck of white wheat '. ."s " - -- Best peck of red wheat 9- - -- Best display of oats 8- . ' twelve ears of white corn - -- Best twelve ears of yellow corn 1112- - -- Best six onions 13- - -- Best six sweet potatoes 14- - -- Best six Irish potatoes 15 -- Best three heads of cabbage 16- - -- Best half dozen tomatoes 17- - -- Best six beets 18- - -- Best display of vegetables 19- - -- Best three stalks of dark tobacco 20- - -- Best three stalks of burley tobacco . 10- - -- Best '. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 50 age 102 Best double team, regardless of sex or ownership, speed, style, durability, soundness and pleasconsidered-- . ant handling, 10,00 5 00) ". . 15 00 10 00 5 OOl 3 00 00 00 2 00 1 CLASS N. 59 60 61 62 Best trio Silver Wyandottes, any 3 The age Best trio 2 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 White Wyandottes any 3 most beautiful Stallion, mare or gelding, any age, shown in hand, soundness and beauty .i . : age Best trio brown considered Leghorns, any $50 00 25 00 CLASS O. 1st 15 002nd 10 00 3rd age Best trio 3 0) White Leghorns, anv 3 00 2 00 2 00 2 0U Saddle Horses. Soundness, conformation, action and manners considered. Must have five distinct gaits, walk, rack, canter, trot, running Walk, fox trot or slow pace 104 105 Best stallion 4 years and over Stallion 3 years old and under 5 2 00 2 00 , CLASS B. 21-2- 2- -- Best buck, any age Best ewe, any age 24 -- Best buck and two ewes 5 00 5 00 age 63 Best trio Rose Comb Leghorns, any age 64 Best trio Buff Oripingtons, any age 65 -- Best trio Indian Game.fany age 66 Best trio Black Langshang, any age 7- Best trio Buff Coachin, any age 668 Best trio White Coachin, any 1 00 I 3 00 3 3 3 00 00 15 00 CO 10 00 7 7 7 7 5 00 3 00 3 3 3 ..!.... 00 00 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 1 10 2 years old and 00 00 00 00 106 107 108 Best stallion under 3 Best Stallion 1 year old and under 2 Stud colt under 1 year.. .'.. Best mare or gelding 4 years old and over Best mare or gelding 3 years ' old and under 4 Best mare or gelding 2 years 10 00 10 00 10 00 15 00 15 00 00 00 00 3 00 3 age 69 70 7 I 00 00 00 2 00 2 00 2 00. 5 00 CLASS C. Best trio chickens, any breed, 3 3 109 1 1 1 r24- - Best boar, one year and .1st over- $ L0 00 7 Best boar, under 1 year old . -- Best sow, one year old and over -- Best sow, under one year old Best sow, any age -- 10 -7 10 -- Best boar, any age Best sow and two or more pigs 10 10 50 00 50 00 oo 00 50 5 00 7 00 5 00 8 00 8 00 7 50 7 2nd 2 50 2 50 3 00 2 2 2 2 50 00 72 00 50 73 74 any age Best pair Bronze Turkeys, any age Best pair Narragansett Turkeys. any age Best pair White Holland Turkeys, any age Best pair Ducks, any age, any 00 00 1 10 00 5 00 5 0 10 00 ' 00 00 11 3 00 3 00 3 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 1 00 oldandunder3 112 113 1 00 1 00 Best mare under 1 year Best stallion, mare or gelding any age .... 00 10 00 10 00 7 00 7 10 3 3 00 5 15 00 00 00 breed Best pair Geese, breed any age any 00 00 CLASS P. 114 Finest 'turnout, double team. Occupants, vehicles, horses, and wearing apparel considered. To be shown without decora- tions Afternoon Program. CLASS D. 3 00 ' 1 00 S I phaeton pony, 15 hands and under, to be driven by a lady accompanied bv a gentle- -' man -- Best saddle mare 4 years and over -- Best saddle gelding 4 years and over -- Best Afternoon Program Fine Harness Horses. CLASS J. 10 00 10 00 10 7 7 7 , 15 00 10, 00; 5 00) 50 50 2 50 2 50 2 50 ConsidcrationsiSoundness, pleasant handling, styl.e size, form and gait. Excessive speed not essential. Stallion. 4 years and over 76 Stallion 3 years old and under 4 77 Stallion 2 years old and under 3 78 Stallion I year old and under 2 79 -S- tallion under 1 year old . . 80 Mare or gelding 4 years old or Jt 115 CLASS Q. Road Stake. 00 50 75 . . Combined Horses. CLASS E. .34- --Stallion, 5 00 10 00 10 00 mare or gelding, any age, to be shown in harness and under saddle; soundness, manner, style, form and gaits considered. .Each animal must have five dis- tinct gaits, have square trot in harness. $50 00 divided as 'follows: 25 00 1st double team, regardless of sex or ownership, soundness, pleasant handling, form, style, size and way of going considered. Excessive speed not es 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 10 7 7 7 7 7 00 53 50 ' 50 50 50 ,5 00 The best roadster stallion, mare or gelding, any age, speed, style, soundness, durability and '2 50 2 50 2 50 2 50 2 50 3 pleasant handling considered . $50 00 25 001st 15 1-- 15 7 00 2nd 5 OS 10 00 3rd, 3 00) N 2 over PJug Horse race heats 2 best in 3 ... 1-- 2 mile 00 8 1 Mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4 Mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 Best mare 1 year old and under 2 Mare under 1 year old .. Best mare and colt 7 00 7 7 7 7 00 FOURTH DAY. FRIDAY, Morning A.UOK 22. 82 1 ... Program. 00 00 00 00 00 3 00 3 3 3 5 00 2nd 10 00 3rd 83 CLASS R. Fine Harness Horses. 10 00 :3- 5- Best 84 85 00 10 00 10 00 00 00 Combined Horses. Horses to be ridden and driven. Soundness and conformation Horses three years old and manners and action to be considered. and over must show five distinct gaits under saddle, square trot in harness. Excessive speed not essential. I $500,00 Saddle Horse Stake 15 00 16 I sential 10 00 5 00 v For 5 Gaited Horses I 7 118 CLASS 35i .37 3 Saddle mare or gelding, years old and under 4 Mule race, fastest mule, two best in three, half mile dashes . ... 15 00 7 10 00 5 5 00 86 Best saddle stallion, mare or gelding, any age, to be judged by their soundness, confirmation, manners, style and way of going. Must show five distinct gaits, as follows: Walk, trot, rack, canter, running walk, fox trot or slow pace. 119 120-Sta- llion Stallion 4 years and over StaUIon 3 years and under 4Stallion 2 years and under 3 Stallion 1 year and under 2 . . 1 ... - 15 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 121 122 00 00 2 00 SECOND DAY. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21ST Morning Program, 4 .$500 87 Most beautiful double team 88 Best lady rider, astride 89 Free for all running race 200 1st 100 2nd . . 80 3rd 15 00 10 00 15 00 70 4th 00 7 00 10 00 10 50 5th 5 00 3 00 5 00 123 124 125 under year Mare under 1 year .. . Mare 1 year and under Mare or gelding 2 years and under 3 Mare or gelding 3 years old and under4 Mare or gelding 4 years or 2... 10 00 7 00 7 00 7 00 7 00 7 00 7 00 7 . 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 00 3 5 00 00 00 00 00 00 10 00 15 00 15 00 00 00 500 " 10 00 10 00 . Dairy Cattle. CLASS G. THURSDAY, JU&. 21ST. Morning Program. THIRD DAY. CLASSIC. Mules. over., 00 Afternoon Progrom ! 37 38 '39 Best jersey cow, 3 years old and over- 10 00 7 50' 2 50 2 00 2 00 40 41 42 Best jersey cow, 2 years old and 7 00- 5 00 under 3 Best jersey heifer, 1 year old 5 00 7 00 and under 2 Best jersey heifer 6 months old and under I year $10 00 6 00 1st 3 00 2nd Best jersey heifer under 6 months 3 CO 10 00 6 00 0ld 7 50 10 00 . Best jersey cow. any age . 90 9 1 1 00 3rd 1 00 2 50 92 93 94 95 Beef Cattle CLASS H, Best bull, 2 years old and over Best bull, I year old and under 2 Best bull over 6 months and 10 All mules must be shown to halter. Best horse mule, 3 years old and over Best horse mule 2 years old and under 3 Best horse nule 1 year o'd and under 2 Best horse mule under 1 year.. Best mare mule 3 years and .- 10 00 8 00 8 00 7 5 00 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 ' 3 Special by V. M. Epperson, Montpelier, Ky., owner of 'the famous Duke of Adair. ' 125J Best suckling horse colt by Duke of Adair. . 10 0(i 125f Best suckling mare colt by Y ' Duke of Adair 10 00 126 Best walk, trot and canter mare or gelding, any age, to be judged by conformation, man15 00 ners, soundness and action. . . 10 00 5.001 5 00 5 00 8.00 10 00 , Hitching Contest. CLASS S. 127 To the lady who can hitch up a horse correctly and drive down track 200 yds., and to return to beginning in theshort- est length of time. No snaps allowed on the harness " overv. 7,00 7 & '' " - 43 44 45 46 46 47 48 10 00 10 7 7 50 00 2 50 96 under 1 year Best bull under 6 months old . Best cow, 3 years old and over Best cow 2 years old and under 3 Best heifer, 1 vear old and under 2 00 10 00 50 7 50 2 50 50 10 00 .2 97 98 12 ,, . 50 10-0- 0 2 50 50 2 50 99 10 00 7 Best mare mule 2 years old and under 3 Best mare mule 1 year old and under 2 Best mare mule under 1 year-- . , Best pair of mules, regardless of sex, age or ownership, shown underhalter Special by W.L. Grady, dealer and breeder of high class horses and owner of Jofdan Peacock, "'. ' ' , V" V 10 00 00. 00 I' . " . ' 8 00 8 00 5 00 5 00 3 00 3 00 10 00 jl, v 50. - 2'5.Qa .10 00 7 ' . - 00 ' ., ... 3 00 Baby Show. CLASS T. 1 ""' . l . . ' 28 Prettiest boy baby under 14 months old : (L'tml siiueti on p.ij W " t 5 - J .J ) 001 ' v- v " . - ;L, S W I Lr X r . Mm--- ?- THE ADAIR COUNT Birdseve view of our Plant NEWS (Continued from pajje 2.) Premium List " C" """ia" ""' FARM '5 00 SPLENDORS J-dte- OF SPACE. j y&r':r'r3.-g- & Columbia Fair Association. 129 Prettiest months girl baby under '. old 14 Adair County Rings. CLASS U. 130 combined gelding owned in Adair county prior to July 5, 1913-.- . The best combined maie owned in Adair county prior to The best F.ETR1GG REGISTER. 10 jilF SWj? v 00' 7 00 3 00 R0CKTORD. IAJ m&L HS 131 3.WE7 CORRESPONDENCC July5, 1913 13 Adair county trots, heats, to best in three mile 10 00 15 00 7 00 10 00 3 00 5 50LIC1TE0 "Largest in Dixie" 00 This matter must not be reprinted without special permission. JUll W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated Consolation Ring CLASS V. 132 The best stallion, mare or geld- Shipments of raw cotton from the United States to France alone last year were worth .S07.000.000. Corn silage and bright, clean hay make a good ration for dairy cows, and good yields of milk have been reported where no other food wfls given. Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, ing, any age, shown any way which has not taken a premium of any kind at this fair 10 00 7 00 3 00 Hawthorne Answered. Special Ail Pesrons Who Notice Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the, Law, if not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers in th& Maii for Parties who Owe More than one Year We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week A Splendid Wo Offer Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone 13 A Clubbing Bargain DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST rooms in Julian Hawthorne's plea for modifications in the treatment of what he calls "the new order of prisoners," might easily be taken as a burlesque of the criticisms of English jails by militant suffragettes. He speaks for "men of good education, gentle breeding and high intelligence," who are in jail for offenses "created by the newborn scruples of lawmakers," and would have been more delicately treated than vulgar criminals. Butjthere is nothing new about swindling, though it may develop new tricks which tax the wits of law makers. Cheating is as old as any other kind of robbery and has always been mos practiced by men of intelligence; for they are men best qualified to live by their wits. type has The enormously developed under modern commercial methods, but its methods were dishonest before they were made unlawful. The law did not create the offense it provided the punishment. There is a class of offenses, to be sure, which in- - the white bones, authority. fringe the necessary laws for the notion, but the control of business, but 'which CROWNED WITH A SILK HAT.!j It may be a homelythe thought thai writer somehow has do not necessarily involve swind' West African Savages Have a Queer' with all of the many varied floral crea tions resulting from the ingenuity of Way of Inaugurating a King. ling. But the swindler did not Plaut breeders there has been nothing In "The Fetish Folk of West Africa" need the laws to tell him that he Mr. Robert H. Milligan describes the ui,.a:,, " -"- CUIUIUI3 uim ut'uuij ui nuii .ici ueir was stealing, and has no right to grotesque ceremony of inaugurating a cate fragrance a sprayiu of wild crab king: native preferential treatment when the The king was chosen from among the apple blossoms. law overtakes him. Springfield people by the elders, and he was select- - ' " is well for both gardener and ceremonies of d "get-rich-quic- k" , j The housewife may at times find it worth remembering that a pinch of LOTS OF RUSSIAN NOBLES. soda added to milk that is close to the souring point will keep it from curTheir Blood May Not Be Blue, but They dling on being heated. Have White Bones. In reference to an amazing prodigalIt would seem as if the balmy fall ity of Russian titles Rothay Reynolds and winter had been about offset by in "My Russian Year" says: the chilly days of April and May and "In Russia all the descendants of a that there should be some warm, growhereditary noblemau are noble, and all ing weather coming to us. the descendants of princes, counts and barons enjoy the right to use those In waging a dandelion extermination titles; hence there are rich princes and campaign there is little use in digging poor princes, princes with distinguishup the plants at the blossoming period ed manners and princes with no man- unless the blossoms are removed and ners, elegant princes and princes you destroyed, for if they are left many of could not possibly be seen walking them will mature seed and scatter it down Piccadilly with, princes in palaces and princes in garrets, princes Encourage the boy by letting him who are desirable partis and princes have some of the money he gets for the who advertise in the newspapers for sale of stuff from the garden which he wives with money. has helped care for. The Scripture "A glance at the St. Petersburg di- saying that "the laborer is worthy of rectory and a rough calculation show his hire" applies to boys as well as that there are some 200 men, women men. and children in the capital alone who all belong to the same princely family There is no kind of garden flower and bear the same name and exalted that is hardier or easier to raise than title. the violet. It has few pests and "The first priuce I met in St. Peters- thrives under the same general condiburg was the" head waiter of the Hotel tions as does the wild violet. A root de France. lie had an incontestible or two will give a very large return in right to the title and was an excellent satisfaction for the trouble taken to servant. His case, however, ought not care for them. to be cited as an instance of the decsy of the Russian nobility, for he was a , In tne case of Dotn horses and cattle Tartar from a part of the Caucasus, j (an-- f0iks migut be added to the list) where princes were so abundant that i taere js no scrUb that is more of a when Russia acquired it only those scrub or more conspicuous than a thor- who could produce a certain number of oughbred scrub. This means that it sheep were granted the legal right to takes something more than a pedigree preserve the title. Many borrowed j on paper to make either a man or an sheep for the purpose, and princes are animal worth Ms salt. so common at the present day that beggar boys in Tiflis give the title to A very convincing reason for swateach other. ting the fly now is that under average "Russian nobles do not have blue conditions it will become the grand-- 1 blood: thev have white bones. Com- - fathnr or trrnndmother of l.fiOO.000.000 mon people have black bones. In spite bv tuo time the middle 0f September of the leveling of society by the de- - j roHs ground. The writer hasn't of the nobility great Impor-- 1 f d t,.ese fijrurGS uv acrual count, but v 1 nce ?. atcl,e?, t0 the PsseS3io3 oi gives them on what seems to be good ( I veri-baseme- Matchless Beauty of the Milky Way aa Seen In a Telescope. The Milky way, or gnlxy, is an ring extending entirely arouneti tliv-- universe of stars visible in the-- L telescope. It is composed o- tis in literal millions. They are sc-.note that, as seen from the earth,, tl.ey appear to be close to each other,- v .iile really they are separated by niillions and billions of miles. To the-e;- e the belt of soft light looks like &: continuous band of cloth of pearl, bur te'escopes have the effect of bringing? y objects nearer. This separates glitcloud into many millions of tering 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 3 lone. It is next to impossible to describe-th-ye matchless beauty of the Milky-waas seen In a telescope of greatr power. Carpet a large room with? Hang many electric-light- s black velvet. in the ceiling. Throw down anci scatter all over the black floor a bushel of minute diamonds, rubies, pearls:, saphires. opals, amethysts and otheir gems. Then turn on the light. You would have a faint imitation ot the supernal glories of the galactic-host- s. For the appalling depths off 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, oi twisted into spirals, or dashed intc In some-place-s wisps and cosmic spray. the concentration is so great and dense that only the most powerful telescopes on earth can magnify ' enough to bring out details. A fevr clusters exist that have not so far" been resolved into these needle points And the height of human happiness- ' Is to watch these vast congeries ol distant suns in a huge telescope. George Wharton James in NationaS Magazine. ap-I'.re- nt n the-fiim- TURNED INTO STONE. I 1 I I , i:ieu Republican. The Adair County News And Office, Front Jeffries BTcTg for Cuts, Burns ana Bruises. lu every home there should be a box up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One G. P. b'MYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL Year . For Only $1.35 V. Li. ESTATE Subscriptions may be new or renewal What The WeeKty Enquirer Is It is issued every Thursday, Subscription prlct SI per year, and it is one of the best home metIt has all the facBi-tie- s ropolitan weeklies of of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtaining the World's e? i nts. and for that reason can iifws It carries a great give you all the le 1 amount of valuable film matter, crispt editorials market reports. Its nuand reliable a necessity to every merous departments nrv home, farm or business mi Tnis grand ofl'er is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for the above com bination right now. Call or mail orders to. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. y. t- H. JOriES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentlbt Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHOE NO. 7. N. years experience. Peafowls Wanted. WELL DRILLER of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ready to apply in every case of burns, cuts, wounds or scalds. .. H. Polanco, Delvalle, Texas R. To 2, writes; "Bucklen's Arnica Salve saved my little girl's cut foot. No one believed it could bercured." The world's best salve. Only 25c. Recommended by They also reminded him of all his failings in graphic and minute particuAd Drug Co. the Paull lars. If the king survived this treatment he was then taken to the former solemnly where he king s It looks as if the country was Investedhouse the insigniawas the Icingof with on the verge 0 f discovering ly office in the shape of a silk hat. No which of senators are sugar-coate- one except the king was permitted to wear a silk hat. Following the inauguration ceremony the people came and bowed before the Grape-juic- e diplomacy new king in humble submission, while brag, at least, of having won they praised him as enthusiastically as they had before reviled him. Then he 14 nations to the Bryan peace was fed and feted for a week, during which time he was not permitted to plan. leave his house, but had to receive A Paris promoter has sued guests from all parts of his dominion ceremoMorse for $300,008. What heart- - and eat wiUihethem all. toThesecompara- the turned nies ended, less treatment for a dying man! tively easy and commonplace duties of his kingly office. This custom, like " Votes for women wins in many others, has passed away under and not a single house the Influence of civilization. d. that he re- - farmer to remember that cultivation is purpose of stirring quired not only wisdom, but also cour primarily for the proper circulation of the soil to insure age. physical strength and a superb di air and moisture and secondarily for fraction Tha mnn'c first 'nt?mntinn the destruction of weeds. The one that he had been chosen by the elders process serves both purposes It is true. was an onrush of the entire tribe not folly to stop cultivation to do him honor, but to abuse and in- but it is sheer just because there are no weeds. sult him in every possible way. They would hurl opprobrious epithets AH animals appreciate and are at him. curse him, spit upon him, pelt healthier for having a dry place the iu him with mud and beat him, for, they which to rest and sleep, and this is Baid, from this time on he could do all particularly true of the milk cow and these things to them, and they would of the brood sow and her litter of lit--' be powerless to retaliate. It was their tie pigs. Many of the ills from which last chance! . the animals named suffer as well as i I ! od for his wisdom. The Mc nnthrnnpmpnf topa cnoh . 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. Petrified wood is quite common. Bits of wood, pieces of bark and small twigs are the more common, bet ii. some places whole logs are found, an these are so well petrified as to shove the bark as perfect as when the tree-w-as growing. Different kinds of woocii petrify. It depends more on thir amount of lime than on the quality of timber. In Arizona whole trees are petrified, d and, in fact, whole forests have stone, and some wonderful into specimens are to be found there. The petrified trees are sometimes cut converted into various articles efc value. Terrified moss Is found in' many places. It is very beautiful. Petrifiedl grasses, leaves of trees and petrified! nuts and fruits have been discovered? hi some places. Petrified reptiles and' small animals have also been found. Cobs from which the grains of corr have been removed make rather carious petrifications. One of the most curious found is that of a piece of honeycomb turned into solid stone, but showing every honey cell perfectl shaped and equally distributed jnst honey bees had built it If the comb had contained honey the wate?' had dissolved that, for the cells were'' empty. Petrified human remains are not uncommon. In some of the cemeteries where limestone prevails ia. abundance bodies have been lifted move them to other cemeteries, andi they were found to be turned to stone Harper's Weekly. beer--turneup-an- d a?-th- jc e In Private. As he , I i a good deal of loss might be prevented were greater care exercised in this one l particular. efl gome striQg beans The wrItw thIs when ue lantefl (lisu let. and peag The pants are now lu tueir fourth ,eafj but he nas uad t0 cover them half a dozen times to pre-vent tfleIr getting nipped with the A hp has conclae(i that nlant frosf in beans iu early April is a good deal like hatching chicks in February jn that both are a bit out of season. t . Everything that is transplanted in the garden these days should be safeguarded from attacks of cutworms by wrapping the stem a couple of inches' trtnti1 tt1 Ii nonoF It rni worms are especially bad one should prepare poisoned bran or clover, ac- cording to directions recently given in these notes, and scatter it along the plant rows in the evening, so that thp worms will get hold of it during the night. rV-T-- ashes he walked into a clothes line that he didn't see. When he had picked himself out or the ash pile and recovered his hat in the back yard and relieved hif feelings. "Henry." called his wife. "Well?" he snapped. "Don't stand out there to do it. Com straight into the house and tell me-thit's all my fault." Detroit Free-Pres- s. h&-stoo- d at started out with the bushef oif ' ; . ' can , ' 1 Two Gifts. Thay both had sections of the paper. "Here's a New York man gives hiji wife a diamond necklace." said she. "Nothing like that ever happens to me."" "Well." said he. "here's a Chicago man gives ms wue a oiacs eye. auiu ing like that ever happens to yon-- . either, my dear." Louisville Courier- - Journal. The Oval Moon. According to a discovery made by n Professor Castadilobo of Portugal, is not round, but oval. Cinematograph pictures, taken during ara eclipse of the sun. show a difference of three miles between the greatest and. the-tnoo- , Illinois J ' I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me before contracting. Latest machinery of all kinds. ira-yrov- $1.50 to $2.00 each W. burned in tht campaign! Causes of Stomach Troubles Sedentary habits, lack of out door 'exercise, insufflcieut mastlcapion or food, constipation, a torpid liver, worry and anxiety, overeating, partaking of food and drink not suited to your age and occupation. Correct your habits and take Chamberlain's Tablets and'you will soon, be well again. Ad For sale by Paull Drug Co. east breadth. Doubted Him. T. Hodgen. Campbellsvillc, Ky. ed Pump Repairing Done. me a 'Call. J. C. YATES A doctor says talking less and Give listening more keeps one young and good looking. Probably explains why some wives look s o much older than their husbands. Curious Letter Ending. One of the most remarkable letter endings "following one of the most remarkable letters on record is that example from India preserved by E. V. Lucas in his anthology. "The Gentlest Art:" "Honorable Sir Kindly excuse this poor thy. servant from attending nn vnnr hnnnr's offlp this rtnv. ns T nm . .. suffering from the well known disease commonly called ache of the interior economy, and I shall ever pray. Yours ever painful, Ram Chunder. P. S. Oh. death, where is thy sting?" She Anyhow, you must admit he is At Rolhamsted. England, is located a well bred man. Did you notice his an experiment station on which experi- knowledge of Aristotle? He I Gidzr. ments in crop production have been and if you want my candid opinion. IU conducted consecutively for a period don't believe he's ever been there- .of sixty years, Among other Interest- Minneapolis Journal. inc facf&lhrOUeht OUt is that Wheat & grown every year of this that has A Crazy Act period on'tne same tract now yields Owner of Car Why did yon leave-you- r "as many bushels pel but last place? Chauffeur The-guas an"sndjolning tract on which I "worked for went crazy started shin- -, acre there has been followed a four courst-cro- gling his honse when sis ear- needed: rotation. new tires. Puck. one-forir- th y p - 1& THE! ADAIR COUMBNEWS mi years ago this see seventy-sito State paid in alsries tfor-medevelop, inspect and construct Published Every Wednesday roads, $24,500. I reckon you'll BY THE -men Adair County News Company. agree with me that those built some good roads all right?" ( Incorporated.) Yes they did, and the roads EDITOR. are still fine." CHAS. S. HARRIS "Didn't they make- your land Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people and mine! worth money?" mm county hews x' n A CARD. s. A My fellow Republicans: Democratic candidates and the A list of Republican candidates and the A list of Piogressive candidates and.'fthe position given on the ticket at the prima position given on the ballot at the Prima- position given on the ballet at the Primary election August 2, 1913. ry election August 2, 19 3. ry election, A ugust 2, 19 1 3. Jgg list of 1 It is generally known that I am a candidate to represent the 16th district in the next Senate of Kentucky,- - and I desire through the press, to appeal to my friends, asking them to support me at the "August primary DEMOCRATIC PARTV for the nomination. I have been afRepublican ever For Senator 16th District since and before I reached my J.O'.EWING. majority active in every camFor County Judge paign, doing my utmost to w. ottLey. ad-van- ce f zt? - et Adair and adjacent counties. Post-offlc- "Yes." "Now listen to me. ' Don't get in the habit of grumbling about a tax just because it is a 1918. tax. If it'll make land more as sec-a- d REPUBLICAN PARTY PROGRESSIVE PARTY Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. e For Senator 16th District E. M. COX L. T. NEAT For Representative 37th District G.PAULSMYTHE For County Judqe W. T. McFARLAND M;. WW. JULY 16, " L. Y. GABBERT N. M. HANCOCK A. W. SHARP For County Clerk For Sheriff For County Judge WALKER BRYANT JOHN M. WOLFORD G. T. HERRIFORD For County Attorney For Jailer For Sheriff GORDON MONTGOMERY JO Z. CONOVER G. E. NELL R. L. CAMPBELL J. Z. PICKETT For Jailer For Sheriff For Coroner A. W. TARTER S. H. MITCHELL G. W. STAPLES BERT EPPERSON For Coroner business, but so far the big For Surveyor grateful. A. A. MILLER I sometimes wish JJ had been iness interests seem to be CM. RUSSELL J. N. COFFEY Thanking you before hand, I fcorn seventy-fivefyeaFor Jailer ago, beFor Surveyor the inevitable with but For Assessor ;. E. G. HARDWICK fore State Aidiland lots of fool feeple protests and no threaten-ing- s am your obedient servant, W.H.WILSON . ad L. T. Neat. ERNEST CUNDIFF tax schemes! had got started. J. W. VAUGHAN of disaster. Congress is For Assessor C. G.JEFFRIES What dojyou say, Uncle Bill?" For Justice Peace 2nd District is backed up by an overwhelmJ. N. SQUIRES LUTHER BELL The oldSgentleman addressed ing public sentiment for a reducP. M. BRYANT For Superintendent of Schools smiled good humoredly, scratch- tion ini the tariff and the would-b- e O.P.WILLIS For Justice Peace 5 th District GEORGE AARON ENGLISH R. A. ed the bald spot, and narrowed Program. calamity howlers are too few W. E. WILSON For Justice Peace 2nd District S. G. DENNEY Jais palej gray eyes, before he to make trouble. It will be but The following is the program of the For Justice Peace 6th Distict W. G. SHEPHERD said, "Well, I don't know. You a few weeks until a new tariff Sunday School Convention to be held For Assessor WM. BIGGS youngsters always talk about measure;will d p 1 a c e the at Pleasant View Church, McGaha, JAKE CHELF For Justice Peace 4th District is Adair county, things as ifJ they was bran new." Payne Aldrch law, and bus- August, 1913. Ky., the 1st Sunday in J. D. EUBANK P. HAYDEN KELTNER Local Market. "Well, Uncle Bill, I never iness has not yet suffered. 9:00 Song by congregation. J. E. BENNETT For Justice Peace 5th District Devotional by Nathan Murrell. A! BRADSHAW t heard of State Aid for roads in Strange it is that intelligent G. W. G. PICKETT Welcome Address, Mont Powell. 12 Kentucky" before, did you?" R. A. WAGGENER Eggs constantly opposed Besponse, Robbert Bailey. For Justice Peace 6 th District 10 Hens Design of Convention, James There's aJIthousand and one high D taxes for home improveFor Superintendent of Schools' W. E. HANCOCK R. B. Beeves. 11 ! Chickens things youlaint heard of, I reck- ments and at the same time Solo by E. A. STRANGE Jesse Murrell, Jr. ., For Justice Peace 7th District Cocks on. Iknowgone thingjfor sure, supported high government tax (a) The influence of Sunday School J. V. DUDLEY 7 Turkeys M. L. MITCHELL and that isfthat this pike that for national extravagance, but in a community, Howard Murrell, For Justice Peace 1st District T Geese , For Constable 5 th District Bev. James Burton. runs through! thel'county from 8 Ducks (b) In the church, Rev. Tobias WELBY ELLIS such has been true, and will T. A. CHASTAIN Maysvillp to Lexington was 18 Wool spring clipping probably continue with some Huffaker. and conduct a Sunday For Justice Peace 2nd District How start 15 built withJState Aid money all Hides (green) L. C CABBEL people. School, Irvin Blair, Halby Reynolds. Farm for Sale. 45 Feathers right." For Justice Peace 3rd District Quartett by Antioch class. 5 50 Ginseng Subjects all open for general discuss"Is that so?" This seems to be an age of in- ion. Singing dispersed throughout HENRY HUDSON a farm of 104 acres situated 25 Beeswax ha'e IU "Sure it's so. Why in 1S31 vestigations. The government the day. All Sunday School workers F. H. BRYANT O.rtilUtS OptllJfc UKMl"'! VllOGU VAIUUI.J Yellow Root 2 50 for sale. Good house, good barn etc. the State votedlmoney for build- through its Congress, is becom- are cordially invited to take a part. A. C. AARON 2 May Apple (per lb) Produces well. ing hard roads. The State em- ing expert in its inquiries into Bring well filled baskets. U. P. MORGAN G. H. Squires, I. M. Grimsley, ployed an engineer and a whole Miami, Ky. To Contractors. P. M. Bryant, For Justice Peace 4th District many things and scarcely ever Ad. Committee. lot of other men, and they built CHARLES REECE fails to show up some crooked some fine roads. Course, I ain't For Justice Peace 7th District o For Sale. Dan Clark says when our boys go The plans and specifications methods, but the application oi old enough to remember all this, after caddy they get it? Heretofore, new Baptist church, this place, is MELVIN CONOVER a wholesome remedy seems most they have just been fooling. now in the hands of the Committee, cottages, two with six Three nice but I've heard men talk that difficult. who are ready to receive bids for brick rooms each, one with three rooms, helped to build that road. You Commissioner's Sale. . adgood water and out buildings, lots In last week's paper we stated that work and carpenter's work. The stono see, State Aid is eighty-tw- o join. The rental value pays taxes, in Mr. Ruel Hutchison, when his dwell- work has been let. Road working will soon be in surance and interest on 34,000. years old any way, and I reckon ing burned, saved most of his houseADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Address II. N. Beauchamp, has all full blast, and when it Mr. Wm. Garr, who lived near DenOP KENTUCKY hold goods. That was 3 mistake. it's a sight older than that " Campbellsville, Ky. Box 222, He lost nearly all the contents of the mark, Russell countv, died last Satur-ra- y will be ample Adv. W. R. Bradshaw, Plaintiff. "Uncle Bill, how much money been done there building. night. He wa3 quite an old man vs. mud to satisfy any one who John Coomer, & Defendants ( and a good citizen. did Kentucky, the State of KenPublic Sale of Farm and Timber. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of tucky, pay on that road from prides in soft highways, We want to express our thanks to On Saturday, the 30th day of Aug., Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered the friends and neighbors who so Four year old blooded mare for sale. Maysville to Lexington?" May the at Cane Valley, Adair county, Ky., at at the cause,term, thereof, 1913, inHun- earnestly and patiently ministered to Sired by Gresham Dare, he b7 ChesTribute of Respect. for the sum of Five 1 o'clock, p. m.,or thereabout, "It was 5213,200 in six years, the above Dam, Minnie Dulworth. and twenty one the wants of Father Howard Webb, ter Dare, dred and Eighty-nin- e heirs of W. B. Sublett, deceased, will T. C. Faulkner, during his last illness. and in that time they built sixty-fou- r ($589.20-100- ) with sell at public auction to the highest hundredth dollars, Columbia, Ky. Bereaved. We, the members of the Pres- bidder, interest at the rate of Six (fj) miles of road." the farm of about 214J acres the cent, per per from the "Did that $213,200 foot the byterian Sunday School, real- of land in Green county, Kentucky, day of Jany., annum until paid, first 1913, and izing that in the death of Paul about 4 miles west of Cane Valley, $51. whole bill for that road?" costs herein, I shall proceed near the Columbia and Campbellsville e Nope, that was just about one-ha- lf Crenshaw, another link in our pike, it being the home farm of said to offer for sale at the Ky., to the highest about 75 door in Columbia, of the cost. Roads came chain has been broken, another W. B. Sublett, There are well tim- bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, acres of this land that is high then because all the metal home has been saddened', and a bered with poplar, white oak, hickory, the 4th day of August, 1913, at one p. m., "or thereabout, (being IN on the road was hand Jbroke, kind and dutiful son and brother and ash of the best quality. The o'clock, Court,) upon a County credit of Six poplar, white oak, ash and hickory and the blasting out of that met- has gone to his eternal rest timber and the land will first be of- months, the following described 4 certain tract of al had to be done with old fash- therefore be it fered separate, and then all together property, in Adair county, Kyt, landsitnated Resolved: That we, as a "Sun and the bid or bids accepted that on the waters of Butler's .b one, conioned tools and black powder. For Sale most money. If the timbring the acres, fully described You can figure that out and day School, extend to the sor- ber is sold separate from the land, the taining 14 bounds in you'll find that road cost almost rowing mother and brother our purchaser will be required to remove by meets andsale, which theofJudgment is record in 12 months from day and order or same within mile to build." $6f7Ci tenderest sympathy in their sad the the office of the Clerk of the Adair In Campbellsville of sale. Circuit Court, in Order Book No. 13, commend bereavement, and "Gee whiz, we could build a The timber will be sold for casn irk See.N. W. MILLER'S Real Estate Agency- to Him who hand, if purchased separately from page 449, to which reference is made. road like that now for about them for comfort For the purchase price, the purchaser the land. If the land is sold separateCampbellsville, Ky., doeth all things well. $4,000. couldn't we?" ly one"third of purchase price will be with approved surety or securities legal in must tin it t i. Resolved: That a copy of these required in cash and remainder on terestexecute Bond, bearing paid, and oure we couia. l ten you Before buying. from day of sale until easy terms. If land and timber are fellers folks is always growling, resolutions be sent to the fam- sold together the value of the timber having the force and effect of a Judgfor the land to be paid in ment. Bidders will be prepared to and I reckon they always will, ily, and a copy be sent to the and comply promptly with these terms. especially about taxes." Adair County News for publica- cash. isl a tine body of agricultural "W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. This "But, Uncle Bill, you forget tion. land, and is well situated, as to roads, 236 W. Jefferson, St. churches, schools and in' good comMinnie Triplett, we have county engineers and a Louisville, Ky. f Com. munity and is well watered for pasturMinnie Kemp, State engineer and a lot of office RflH,?H( IT ing stock. John Flowers. All Things Electrical holders and experts and things The sellers reserve the right to k -- fl modify the above terms on or before bb to pay without State Aid." Write for the day of sale, but if so modified purYou to Know That We "There you go again. What'd We Want Sell chasers will be notified before or at Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet time of sale. ef BOURBON POULTRY CURE I tell you about folks grumbling. and retail and al( down a chick's throat cures J. W. Sublett, James T. Sublett,. Telegraph Inst. gapes. A few drops In the "Why in 1837 the Chief Engineer Our prices; are R. A. Sublett, Ida Bridgwater, ways have it. drinking water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea. ( got Telephone E. J. Kerr, Cordie Bailer. of $5,000 and he such that its use is- wMjn' the and other chick diseases. One ' ac-cepti- valuable, don't say a word. If the interest of the party S2I3.200IF0R A ROAD. you must grumble, grumble when that I havejbeen identified with "Seems to me the country's you're! sure a tax ain't being since I was infmy teens. I feel gone mad about taxes," exclaimspent rights but don't grumble that I can5winat the final eleced one of thejmen at the store. because it is a tax." tion, and I appeal to my friends That's right, I saw an article in our country paper about a It is not a matter of small im- to be atfthe polls'on August 2d new tax forState Aid for road port to 'readjust the tariff and andjvote forfmy nomination. If bjuilding. It!read mighty fine, bringfrelief to the great mass of you will turn out and support but I smelledg higher taxes be- peoplelwithout some trouble to me, I will consider it a great favor, and besides I will ever . feel hind it 0. K. busng t. ROBERT ANTLE J. W. TUPMAN For Representative 37th District For County Clerk rs Additional Locals. ' To-da- y. Corn-bes- t, i .i6-2- m for-th- -- 2(i-t- f. . 80-1- 00 Court-hous- Good Farms Taylor and Adjoining" Counties Also Nice Resident Property - to-wi- t: 73-1- 00 one-thir- d Herman C Tafel y . 'A--- Ice-Wh- olesale, ipnR0P 1 ONE' MH - nine other experts, who got among them $13,500. So you 4c had two assistant engineers at limits of every familylr Phone v $,000 each. Besides there were or write for prices. Clint Smith "&Co. Ad. Columbia. Ad. 34-t- f. Shirley Baily.s; . i I have a Crex drugget, 10xl2,tthat has never been used, for sale. Price, $8. eases 01 dowjs" sent Brebon Remedy 0 bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At all druggists. Sample and booklet on "Dis 60c v Medical Battery it Co.Iisgt,fr. fkee. Mrs. Bettie Butlen Sold by Paull Drug Company. Electric Lights J Linemen Tools and Line Material t a 1 TriESAJDAlk COUNTY NEWS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Democratic voters of said county, pressed at the August primary. ex- For County Judge. We are authorized to announce W. T. McFARLANIc&hdidate for County Judge o(;AdEiJ?ef unty, subjec to the- - action of the,. Progressive Re xpublican party. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT ; We are authorized to announce ELI STRANGE, of Glenville, a candidate for the Democratic nomination foi County School Superintendent subject to the,oction of the August pri Attorney for Russell County, subject to the action o f the Republican voters of said county, at the coming August primary. J. H. Stoxe, FOR REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce L1L-BUEN Lindsey-Wilso- n A - Training Safe Place To Put Your Children i School t u that TANNER OTTLEY 1913 We are authorized to announce is a candi late for Judge of the Adair County ;ourt, subject to the expression of )emocratsat the August primary, We are authorized to announce Dr. N. M. HANCOCK, of Cane Valley, a candidate for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the Democratic voters who will express their choice at the August primary. PHELPS a candidate to repremary. sent Russell and Casey counties in the , We are authorized to announce next Legislature, subject to the action PROF. TOBIAS HUFFAKER a can- of the Republican voters, expressed didate for Superintendent of Public at the August primary. Schools uf Adair county, at the NoWe are authorized to announce Dr. vember election. John-Combest a Republican candidate to represent Russell and Casey We are authorized to announce the in the next Legislative of Kentucky, candidacy of J. V.DUDLEY for Coun- subject to the action of the August ty School Superintendent, subject to primary. the action of the Democratic voters at the August primary. D. ' We are authorized to announce G. A. BRADSHAW a candidate for AsWe are authorized to announce J. sessor, subject to the action of the, . Mr. Ray Flowers was there the last W. TUPMAN a candidate for Judge of Democratic voters of Adair county, Iay. Adair county court, subject to the expressed at the August primary. vill of the Democratic voters of Adair Mr. Jo Knilley put in a week at .ounty, at the August primary. FOR SENATOR. i Personals. Lebanon. to announce G. T. HERRIFORD a candidate for the Republican nomination for County Judge of Adair county, subject to the Action of the Republican party at the August primary. We are authorized FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce GORDON MONTGOMERY a candidate for County Attorney,, subject to tha action of the Democratic voters of Adair, expressed at the August primary. We are authorized to announce August primary. JOHN M. WOLFORD a candidate for 'Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the FOR ASSESSOR. action of the Progressive Republican party, expressed at the August primaWe are authorized to announce R.A ry. WAGGENER a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Assessor We'are authorized to announce S. H of Adair county subject to tne action MITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, of the August primary. of Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of said We are authorized to announce J. D. county, expressed at the August priEUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, a mary, 1913. candidate for Assessor, subject to the Democratic voters at the August priWe are authorized to announce A. A mary. MILLER a candidate for Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the DemoWe are authorized to announce cratic primary to be held in August. ERNEST CUNDIFF a candidate for Assessor of Adair count', subject to We are authorized to announce the action of the Progressive RepubliBURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier, a can party, expressed at the August candidate for the Democratic nomina- primary. tion for Sheriff of Adair County, subject to the August primary. We are authorized to announce JAKE CHELF a candidate for AssessFOR COUNTY CLERK. or of Adair county, subject to the action of the. Democratic voters of said We are authorized to announce county, expressed at the August priWALKER BRYANT a candidate for mary. County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of We are authorized to announce J. Adair county, expressed at the August primary. N. SQIRES a candinate for the nomination for Assessor of Adair county, Veare authorized to announce L. subject to the action of the RepubliY. GABBERT a candidate for County can party at the August primary. Court Clerk of Adair County, subject to the action of the Progressive Republicans of said county. SURVEYOR. Attorney of Adair, subject to the ac- J. 0. EWING, of Cumberland Mrs. Lee Grissom and children visittion of the Democratic voters at the county, a Democratic candidate ed at Romine last week. August primary. for the State Senate in the 16th Maj. W. Ottley made a business J. district, subject to the action of FOR SHERIFF. trip to Lebanon last week. the voters of said party at the Miss Creel Nell returned from a it to Bradfordsville, Monday. Mr. M. Cravens vis- CAMPBELL a candidate for County We authorized to announce It. L. Mr. W. H. Eubank was on the We are authorized to announce L. grounds one day. T. NEAT, of Adair county, is a candidate to represent the 16th SenatoriMr. nenry Parrott. Campbellsville, al district in the next Senate of Ken- was here Thursday. tucky, subject to the action of the Republican party, as expressed at the Mr. Fred McLean will return from August primary. The district is com- Liberty in a few days. posed of the counties of Adair, Cumberland, Clinton. Rnssell and Wayne. Mr. Ezra Moore, Jamestown, was here a few days since. We are authorized to announce E. Mr. Ernest Flowers witnessed the M. COX, of Albany, a candidate tor Senatci in this the Kith Senatorial untieing of the contest. district subject to the action of the Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Collins visited Republican party in the August priat Montpelier last week. mary. Mr. Paul Hughes witnessed several of the games at Lebanon. We are authorized to announce c mui.n.m. ?m AirNift:.-- i Afstrorag course. A toods faculty.4 So many young men and women have visions and not sufficient funds to make these visions real. We are making it possible for ALL these ambitious young people to get an education. School opens Sept. 2nd. Low rates. For catalog or information address, made a business Jailer. To the Democrats of Adair County, I hereby announce my candidacy for Jailer of Adair County subject to the action of Democrats in the August primary. If nominated, I will use all honorable means in my power to advance the interest of my associates and if elected will discharge the duties of the office impartially, I ask your support. Yours trulv S. G. Denny. We are authorized to announce J. Z. for Jailer of Adair county, subject to the action of the voters of the Progressive Republican party, expressed at the August primary. PICKETT a candidate THER BELL a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of Adair county at the August primary. We are authorized to announce C We are authorized to announce LU- JEFFRIES a Democraticjcandidate for Jailer of Adrir county, subject to. the voters of said party at the August primary. G. We are authorized to announce Oliver Willis a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Adair County, subject to the action of the Democrats of this county in the August primary. We are authorized to announce JO CONOVER a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Progressive party in the August primary. Z. We are authorized to announce JAMES W. VAUGHAN a candidate lor Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party in the August primary. Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized t o announec E. S. ENGLISH.'of the Milltown pre- - We are authorized to announce W. H. WILSON a candidate for Jailer of "Vcinct, -- "county, subject a candidate for Jailer of Adair to the action of the i"" Chau- Louisville, reached home last Friday, j tauqua Thursday and Friday. t to be with his familv a week. Miss Minnie Triplett was quite sick Mr. L. II. Crandall, of Jacksonville, the latter part of last week. Fla.. a grandson of 'Squire John EuMr. Ben Rowe, Rowena, was here bank, is visiting in Columbia. the latter part of last week. Miss Mary Smith, who has been Mr. W. R. Lyon made his regular teaching in Southern Georgia, returned home last Thursday afternoon. trip to Columbia last Friday. Prof. R. T. Heriton, of Geqrgetown Mr. John Lee Walker, wife and little son are spending a week or ten College, was here a day or two ago. c IN THE HEART days with relatives at Burkesville. ABSOLUTELY Mr. R. H. Durham put in several OF THE Mr. F. M. Jackman, Mound, Okla., FIRE PROOF days with the boys at Lebanon. THEATRE, was in Columbia a few days ago, EUROPEAN Miss Mabel Atkins spent Thursday for his old home, Creelsboro. SHOPPING AND and Friday at the Chatauqua. PLAN ONLY OFFICE DISTRICT Mrs. E. L. Feese and children, and Mr. B. H. Gilpin made his regular her brother, Mr. James Pelley, visited Si trip to Columbia, last week. Pellyton last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. C- - E. McClellan, of Burkesville, Mrs. Sallie Brddshaw, who has been spent last Saturday in Columbia. with her daughter, Mrs. W. F. Hanj Mr. John Q. Alexander made a bus- cock, Louisville, has returned home. Louisville's Most Modern Hotel iness trip to Columbia, last week'. Miss Cecil Conover has just returne Mr. U. S. no ward, of London, Ky., ed from a visit to Glasgow and Cave Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, City, where she spent several weeks. is spending a few days in Columbia. you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other Messrs. Tom Holladay; Press and 01 Mr. Robert Conover, who was taken first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are quite ill one day last week, has better, Miller and Frank Richardson report exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent game exceedingly interesting. Restaurant service Mr. H. M. Barnett, of Chicago, 111., the last Elegantly Furnished Rooms with hot and The Cafe is in chr.r2e.0f Exports and the Mrs. A. L. Mftll. sist.p.r nf Mr. M. L. I hereby announce myself "a candi- is spending a week or two in Colum- Grissom, spent CI Oft cuisine and service is unexcelled. Our cold running water and private s? x.u u days of last prices are most moderate. Enropean service, several toilet, per day date for Surveyor of Adair county, at bia. but choice of club breakfast, each 3ftr i n Burkesville m missionary week the August primary subject to the ac1 Kft Elegantly Furnished Rooms with Mr. John A. Harris returned to 1,J" persond'hote luncheon from 12:00 to V"" tion of the Republican party. Private Bath, perday work. Table Cftp Bowling Green Business College Mon2:C0 p. ru., per person E. G. Hakdwick. S2.00, 2.50 and !J.OO Messrs. J. H. Young,' R. F. Paull Table d'dotc dinner, from C:C0 to CI flf) day. "" T"1 Z 'Z and J. B. Coffey went to Springfield LarBe Sample Rooms with C? ?ft Mr. G. P. Cartwright, of Lexington, p. a. to vA",u Rathskeller open 3. ffi. FOK MAGISTRATE. Private Bath, per day Monday in the interest of the Colum Ky., was here on business a few days Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City bia Fair. of last week. Reservations should be made whenever possible. We are authorized t o announce Miss Annie Flowers, of Morarty, N. ROBT. B. JONES. Manager. GEO. SCHENCK. Ass't Mrr. HENRY HUDSON a candidate for Miss Frances Garnett left, to be M., who has been visiting Mr. and $ with her parents, at Frankfort, Satur- Mrs. M. L. Grissom, the Democratic nomination for MagiHexin Pattkn, Chattanooga, Term., and Hotel Asslst (open May 12, 1913), left for home Atlanta, Ga., tinder earae management ana ownership. strate in the Glensfork and Harmony day morning. Tuesday. district, subject to the August priMr. Henry Conover, who has been in Miss Maye Montgomery returned mary. Illinois for several months, has refrom ai extended visit to Franklin, turned home. Ind., and other points, last Friday last Wednesday night. They will reThere has been raia at Sparksville, Russell County Announcements. Mr. R. L. Marshall, Campbellsville, evening. main, visiting relatives and friends Milltown, Cane Valley and Columbia, came oyer and oiled Columbia one , but not enough to soak the ground. Mrs. W. E. Jeffries, while enroute until about the first of September. day last week. 'Mr. W. S. Taylor, of Indianapolis, i For Jailer. to Columbia, stopped over two days Rid Your Children of Worms. Mr. T. C. Davidson, who is engaged with her uncle, Mr. W. F. Jeffries, was here Monday, en route to Russell county where his wife is visiting. He You can change fretful, We &e authorized to announce in business at Liberty, was down on a Moberly, Mo. isthe same W. S. Taylor who was children into healthy, happy SAM HART a candidate for Jailer of visit, last week. Mr. Paul Dixon, of Lexington, is ousted tmm the Governorship of Ken- youngsters, by ridding them of worms- Russell county, subject to the action Mr. A. A. Huddleston was in Co- visiting his aunt, Mrs. Bettie Butler, tucky. Tossing, rolling grinding of teeth of the voters of the Republican party lumbia Friday, en route home from his sister, Miss Annie Dixon, and Mrs. Sarah A. Miller, mother of crying out while asleep, accompanied expressed at the primary August 2nd, the Liberty court. other relatives, Mrs. A. H. Ballard, Mrs H. N. Miller with intense thirst," pains in the stom 1913. Mrs L. C. Hurt, of Louisville, and Dr. S. P. Miller, was quite ill at ach and bowels, feverish and bacf Misses Irene and Ruth Rafert, of Indianapolis, Ind., are visiting Miss reached the home of her uncle, Mr. her home, Crocus, all last week. Mrs. breath, are symptoms that indicate? Josh Butler, last Thursday. The lat- Ballard, Dr. Miller and Mrs. Miller worms. Kickapco Worm Killer, Jennye McFarland. Assessor. ter is quite sick. pleasant candy lozenge, expels thg were with her most of the time. Dr. James Triplett. who has been worms, regulates the bowels, restores Mrs. E. E. Longfellow, of OklahoMiss Ode Kash, sister of Mrs. A. D sick for a few days, is now in his office Patteson, and Miss Frances Phipps, ma, who is a daughter of Albert your children to health and happiness. ready to do business. We are authorized fc o announce of Chanute, Kansas, are visiting at Rowe. Rowena, reached Columbia last Mrs. J. A. Brisbin. of Elgin, 111., says: LEVI FOLEY, of Webb's precinct Mr. Joseph Carver and Mr. Thursday afternoon, and stopped at "I have used Kickapoo Worm Killer the Patteson home. Russell coumty, a candidate for of Edmonton, visited here last for years, and entirely rid my children Mrs. Tenia Coffey and Mrs. J. L. the home of Mr. W. T. McFarland. of worms. I would not be without of said county, subject to the Saturday and Sunday. Mitchell and little son, Lynwood, of She left for Russell county Sunday. action of the Republican party, exGuaranteed. Price 23c. Sold by Miss Louise Nunnally, o f Horse Campbellsville, were Mrs. GeorgijfCrenshaw, who is vis it." here Monday pressed at the August primay. Co. Cave, is visiting Misses Latitia Paull iting in Metcalfe county, writes her Paull Drug to Russell Springs. and Margaret Lovett. Mrs. C M. Russell and her two lit- son that her mental strain is improvFOR CLFRK FOR SALE: My safe, reliable, famMrs.' Press tle daughters, and Miss Nettie Clark ing, and that she will soon be well. Master John D. Lowe, Address, will be remembered that her son, ily horse. Miller and Miss Minnie Ingram were are spending several weeks with rel- It "Mrs. J. R. Crawford, Paul, met a tragic death in this place atives in Bowling Green. We are authorized to announce AT-TI- S at the Chautauqua, ' ,Ad Winchester. Ky. .several weeks ago. MCFARLANDia candidate for Mr. Geo. W. Thomas, well known Eld. M. F. Harmon, of Louisville, Mr. Paull Sollenberger and wife the nomination for County Court traveling salesman, was in town the a native of Adair county, and a prom(nee Miss Clara Wilmore) arrived Foxes Wanted. Clerk, of Russell county, subject to latter part of last week. inent minister, visited his parents in Thursday afternoon, and in a very the action of the Republican party at Mrs! W. k. Wilson and her little this county last week. short time left for the home of the the August primary. Messrs. J. O. Russell, H.,N. Miller, Grey Foxes $2.50, Red Fcft daughter, Melvina, have returned to ssIooJ,' bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. J. A. Young, Tom Patteson, Alvin Wilmore, Grady ville. The groom Minks $6.00 to $8.00 each; Coons $1.25,,. their home in Monticello. Lewis, W. Tl Price and little son, and For County Attorney. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Barnett and, Miss Julia Eubank went to Lebanon lives iri "New York. The bride has and express. Send name of your ex been teaching in Madison, Florida, press office in . Mrs. Jo Rosenfield witnessed the last Thursday. where the ceremony was pronounced. game at Lebanon Friday. W. T. Hodgen,-Ad- . I desire, through the News, to anMrs,S. F. White and little son, Ken- They were given a hearty welcome at nounce myself a candidate for the Mr. Jo Russell, who travels out. of neth, arrived from Bradentown, Fla., the bride's home. Box 232 Campbellsville, Kvfc. nomination, for the office of County j en-rou- trip to Louisville last week. Mr. Rollin Hurt was at the CHANDLER & MOSS, Columbia, Ky. te Hotel Henry Watterson 1 I : j ! Bur-shon- g, As-ess- or en-rou- te . first-letter- ( mf s v- - ' 9 I1 THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS ? How to be Certain of . Prejudice is a hard thing to overcome, out where health is at stake and the constipation, and it is worthy of their Attention. In the opinion of legions of reliable American people the most stubborn constipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of it 5efore, but do not doubt its merifs on that account, or because it has not been '.blatantly advertised. It has sold very successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to their children today who were given it by their parents, and it has been truth-Xull- y said that more druggists use it personally in their families than any other laxative. opinion of thousands of reliable people differs from yours, prejudice then becomes your menace and you ought to lay it aside. This is said in the interest of people suffering from chronic non-gripi- Kogwailow News. Suppressing a Panic. BOILING AN EGG. Curing Constipation The World's Biggest Ship. Now York American A flower garden, with a large mint bed. A candy and toy story for children. A notion store. An elaborate Roman bath, two stories high, 05 by 41 feet, made of bronze and marble. A swimming tank 31 by 21 feet, with a maximum depth of 9 feet. Turkish, Russian and mineral baths, 220 in number. A photographic dark room. The largest floating ball room in the world, 100 by 60 by 18 feet. A rudder that weighs 90 tons A winter garden filled with rich tropical vegetation. A ritz-Carlton Mrs Atlas Peck heard a knock at the front door yesterday, and after straightening up the room Letters recently received from M. E. and putting on another dress she Myers, Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Hammersmith, US "W. Chestnut St., Louisville, went to the front door all smiles, Ky., are but a few of thousands showing the esteem In which Dr. Caldonly to find that the noise had well's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is mild, gentle, not violent, like been made by Atlas knocking salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that in time nature the ashes out of his pipe. again does its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to The Tickvjlle Tiding is adverthemselves to use this grand bowel specific. tising itself as a breezy paper, Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular and that is where Sim Flinders way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home probably caught his last cold. free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.. The Mail Carrier has tied a Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. palm leaf fan on the tail of his coat for service in warm weather A church sale is going on at A printing department; with Tickville. The articles are bethree printers. ing sold to raise money for the A hospital with five physicians. church. As an extra inducement A cabinet maker. one article that is worth what Four elevators, running they ask for it, is secreted among through five decks. the others, and the discoverer of The Imperator is nearly h it is declared the lucky person. of a mile long. Washington Hocks had a narShe can carry 6,000 persons. row escape while crossing the She has five captains. nailroad track near Tickville She carries 83 life boats. Tuesday. He was driving h i s wireless is powerful team of oxen and when he had Her enough to reach land when she got on the track he remembered is in that the trin would be along only She has eight kitchens. in a few hours. Two chief chefs and 116 as Jefferson Potlock's wagon sistant chefs. For a seven-dabroke down in the road near Rye voyage the following quantities Straw the other day. The col. of food are carried: lapse did not come as a shock, as one-fittmid-ocea- n. y 48,500 pounds of fresh meats. the wagon had been in a declin48,000 eggs. ing condition for some time. 121,000 pounds of potatoes. Dock Hocks, our blacksmith, 27,500 pounds of fresh vegeta- happened along, but could not restaurant, with bles. repair the wagon, as he did not a veranda cafe. 10.500 pounds of fowl and have his anvil with him. A roof garden. game. Sim Flinders reports that he A gymnasium, with electrical9,000 pounds of fish and shell- was attacked by a squirrel in the ly driven Zander apparatus. Gander Creek bottoms while fish. A millionaire's apartment, the 12,500 quarts of milk and hunting Wednesday afternoon, size of a twelve-rooNew York cream. and had a hard time getting flat. It has a private garden away without serious injury. He 400 pounds of tea. and deck and would perhaps says he was walking through the 500 pounds of chocolate and bring $30,000 a year on Manhatwoods when of a sudden a squircocoa. tan. rel ran dawn a tree and took out 7,000 pounds of coffee. A public stenographer. after him. He fled for some A florist. distance, and was pursued so 'Four year old blooded mare for sale. Six barbers. Individuality ti n e. Sire, Dabnerd closely that he was compelled to Dare, Dam, Minnie Duhvorth, botli climb a tree for protection. A manicurist. registered. Address. A gardener. If Epictetus lived today he T. C. . m Curious Automaton That Was Made In London a Century Ago. One of the most wonderful time keepers known to horologists was made In London, England, a hundred years ago and was sent by the presi dent of the East India company as ;: gift to the emperor of China. Tlu case was made in the form of ; chariot, in which was seated the figun of a woman. This figure was of pure Ivory an:: gold, and the right hand rested upon . tiny clock, fastened to the side of th chariot. Portions of the wheels whh-kep- t track of the flight of time in the body of a tiny bird, which had seemingly just alightiv upon the woman's finger. There was a canopy above, so ar ranged as to conceal a silver bell. Th. bell was fitted with a little hammei also of silver, which, although it di not appear to have any connection with the clock, struck the hours regu larly and could be made to repeat in touching a diamond on the woman of money to move the crops. bodice. The truth is that there was In the chariot, at the woman's fei-- t was a golden figure of a plenty of money all the time, thereabove were two birds, apparent! and except for the condition of flying before the chariot. This beaut ful ornament was made almost entin-lthe European money market, of gold and was elaborately adorn with precious sooes. St. Louis there was no reason whatever wen-hiddeht do..-and pared to issue $500,000,000 in emergency currency under the Aldrich-Vreelan- d act. Wall recovered immediately from its hysteria and its bankers, with characteristic patriotism began to denounce the secretary for his "absurd offer." The fact is now pointed out with a wealth of detail that there is plenty of currency in circulation, and that n o emergency currency is necessary, but forty-eighours ago Wall Street was pointing out with an equal wealth of detail that one of the disturbing elements in the situation was the necessity that would exist in a few weeks for immense sums If It Gives You Trouble You Mighl Try John Randolph's Way. The boiling of an egg seems a simple left me with a frightful coueh ail niatter. but many a breakfast has been I dealing with a new kind o f gov- spoiled and many a temper rasped by very weak. J had spells when 10 coul--I hardly breathe or speak for to preto observe the minutes. Aiy doctor could not he' ernor in Woodrow Wilson, so cise cook's failing minutes the the process number of me, but I was completely cured bl Wall Street discovers that it is should occupy. man, John Ran That dealing with a new kind of pres- dolph, isvery originaf invented a meth said to have od of getting his eggs cooked exactly ident. to his that ."worked perfectly. Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. For years the government's is the taste in many country homes As case in 50c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. established policy in the matter the south, the kitchen was in a sep arate building some distance from of financial depression has been the house, and at servants were plenty When the "sage of Roanoke" tool; simple and fatal. Washington his seat at the breakfast table there waited until the panic had begun, was a line of servants from the dining until the confidence and credit room to the kitchen. Mrs. Randolph, VETERINARY SURGEON the mother of the statesman, held an were undermined, then open watch in her hand. "In!" exclaimed Mr. Randolph, and turned the United States treasthe word "In" was passed from mouth ury over to Wall Street, while the to mouth until it reached the waiting stock gamblers salvaged what cook, who dropped the eggs into the After the requisite number of they could from the wreck. The seconds the holder of the timepiece that Wilson policyjs to suppress the signified went the cooking was done w" ''w jLjr-t"Out!" forth the command in panic at the start and not at the like manner, and the eggs were quick ly removed. Special Attnetin to Eyes finish. The system required six or seven Spavin or any surNothing could have been more servants to cook one egg, but Randolph Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices 1 am was accustomed to declare that timelythan Secretary McAdoo's the only way that he could get i well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due announcement that he was pre- cooked to suit him. Youth's Compan removedwhen work is done or stock from stables. Ion. Just as the New Jersey bosses discovered that they were A! DR. KING'S New Discovery C. D. Crenshaw and S-f- s. thi-wa- s LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. AN INGENIOUS CLOCK. 0NBURK5YILLE Joseph J H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and adjoining counties. -- Jamstown, : Kentuchy n Why Not Read The y Glob-Democra- t. Faulkner, A tailor. Columbia. Ky gSSOSK')?DsCQ WEEKLY I 1 GOURIER - JOURNflL low. for Wall Street's attack. Proving it is the most important service that the treasury has rendered by its offer of emergency currency. Wall Street's hysteria was rapidly inoculating the entire country, and the Wilwould no doubt be riding around son administration has stopped on trains and delivering discours- the nonsense before it became es to Chautauqua crowds. serious. New York World. brought in a Fit Smith has To Hurt Your Town. very strange-lookin- g bird that he captured in the Gimlet Creek bottoms. The bird is a curiosity Fight on the streets. and slightly resembles Eaz BarOppose improvements. Mistrust public men. Unsightly face Spots Are cured by Dr. llobson's Eczema Ointment, which heals all skiu eruptions. No matter Lowjlong Syou.have been troubled by itching, burning, or scaly skin humors, just put a little of that soothing antiseptic, Dr. llobson's Exzema Ointment, on the sores and the suffering stops instantly. Healing begins that very minute. Doctors use it in their practice and recommend it. Mr. Alleman,of Little-toweczema on Pa., sajs: forehead; Dr. llobson's Exzema Ointment cured it in two weeks." Guaranteed to relievejor moneyj refunded. Price 50c Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad. Never Can Happen Again. The Montenegrin law which ordai that any found valuable shall be placet, where the loser can find It reminds oni of an anecdote told of Grimaldl's gran-- , father in Dickens' life of the famoi. clown. On one of his visits to Leader hall market with nearly 400 in gold and silver upon him "he found that had become unbuckled and, tnk-lnfrom his pocket the bag, he placru It upon a neighboring post and then proceeded to adjust his buckle." Hav lng afterward to pay for a purcba-he missed his bag of gold and hurried back to the post where he had buckled his shoe. "Although more than three quarters of an hour had elapsed. there It remained, safe and untouched on the top of a post in the open street! That was In eighteenth century Loudon. Could it happen now? London Chronicle. . bi-shg e Courier Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Editor. We CanFurnishi You he Adair County News . ondGthe 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 1. I 5 n, AND THE ADAIR OOUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS A Curious Coincidence. The story of a queer coincidence was told by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. While traveling upon the continent he visited a certain mountain inn, which was in Go to some other town to trade winter, he learned, occupied only by two men. These men, prisoned in a Refuse to advertise in your waste of snow and Ice, had for all that period no communication with paper. below. Here was a situation for a novelist: And the novelist accord Do not invest a cent; lay out Ingly began to let his Imagination plat about the posslbiltes of tragedy sur your money somewhere else. rounding the two men on their monn Be particular to discretit the tain height. But the story was nevei written, for. happening to come upon motives of public spirited men. a volume of Guy de Maupassant whi h was new to him, he found therein, km Lengthen your face when a der the title of "L'Auberge," the ver stranger speaks of locating in story he had meant to write. Run the town down to strangers. WeeRly Courier-Journal tin-wor- ld BothT One Year Fori$1.50 We can also give libera) combinationrate with Daily orJSundayfCourier Journal. your town. For i you will give or send your order to this An increasing number of the June bride crop are laying the foundation of their future marital happiness upon health certifi- cates. paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daiiv Courier-Journ- al Yr al, S6.00 $2.00 Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr We can give Jyou a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. Statistics show that 97 per cent, of the seniors of Princeton university never kissed a girl. ' benefit you. Can you ever trust statistics Run down your newspaper. again? Run down your officers. After reading that Minnesota rate decision, Wall street i s Run down everything and evunanimously in favor of the re- ery body, but number one. call of judicial decisions. Talk in the barber shops, ho- The Herons of Andalusia. Of all the birds he had studied, said If a man wants to buy your V. Farren in a lecture, none showed quite the same affection property ask him two prices for conjugal the brown Inbacked herons of way as Andalusia, in Spain. Whenever the ni: it. band relieved his wife at the nest lie If he wants anybody's else, in- invariably laid his neck over hers in .1 momentary embrace and then took up terfere and discourage him. his position while the other bird flet away. The herons never omitted thK Refuse to see the merit in any affectionate salutation. London Stand scheme that does not exactly ard. Causa and Effect. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- pany Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, butbe sure to send your subscription ordei to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. 15TK "What a conceited little bump Biii ffKt gieton is!" said Hawkes. "I wondei t ho orpr treta n mimnsp of hlmsplf in i!ih glass." "I guess that's the trouble," sr.ic. Jinks. "He probably nses a magntty lng glass." Harper's. !$ t&Seotric 'iLilV' lifer SSew Ertare "i 3 1 vtxflsgxssxs)(aa Three months and a half of the tels and loafing places of how Wilson adminiatration gone and bad times are, of how everyhe has notmade a Winhna speech body is going to the 'demnition bow-woyet. at hop" w. Not at Home. Caller Is rour father at home? LP tie Daughter What Is your nam? please? Caller-J- ust tell him it Is Hi old friend Bill. Little Daughter-T- he I guess be ain't at home. heard h!ns tell mamma If any bill came be waau'r 1 I fttetfs A T- - Alstoii. : L d my I.aleich, liver and kidneys did network right. but four bottles of Electric .Bitters made me feeJ ' ka a new man. PRICE 50CTS. J. 1 ALL DHL'G STORES. 'I was suffer big from ai:. ft; my stomach. h??. and baclc. write3 H. f Him. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS "sts Your Feet. i Trade at Home. Get in touch with your home merchant and all that pertains to the home. First, give him a fair trial, to see if he is honest and wishes to do as he would be done by. If so patronize him as much as possible and is convenient, thereby giving him a chance to study your needs in so many various ways. In handling your produce to the best possible advantage, you would not think of sending your butter, chicKens, eggs etc., off to some mail order house or of asking them to credit you for any period of time. Your home merchant wants to be neighborly to you in visiting you socially in your homes, churches and schools. He helps to bear the burden of the taxes in your com Fire Losses. W. Tanner Ottley Be ffafipy! Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It hai cured thousands. It should do the same for you. With the return of warm weather many will be heartily glad to indulge freely once more in long tramps, and it is certain that no more health-givin- g exer- cise is to be had. But some people find that discontinuance has made their feet tender, while boots which are quite new and stiff, or do not fit properly, are often productive of soreness and blisters on the heels. If the heel is only red and painful, the best thing is to covMrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think er it with a piece of soap plaster, there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it "says one who knows," but if a with the very best results. I had backache and nearly blister has formed and broken, everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. it must be thoroughly washed in Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall warm water to remove any dirt always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I or dust. Next lay over it a clean can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. rag spread with vaseline, and rest the foot. The stocking WrtUtit Lafilw Advisory Drt tAattasonn MwHein r rh3ttMwn t. for Special Instructions, end book. "Hame Treatment lor Women." sent free. I E6 should not be allowed to touch any sore spot. The seasoned pedestrian knows that he runs far less risk of blisThe devil appears in various The people of every communitered feet if he wears thick ty are unanimous in the opinion guises, but it is only when he stockings," ccntitued the writer, that he as 'oId that "something should be done "and if the foot part of these is frightens about it." well soaped inside. A further precaution is to rub the feet well with methylated spirit before starting on a long tramp. To Cardui Woman'sTomc The ae Wf a", Louisville Hotel Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh enjoy walking and gain the utmost benefit from the exercise d care should be taken to get boots with stout soles." well-fitte- Investment. n W. D. Magli, a well-know- A Good mer- American and European Plans RATES: American Plan $2.00 and up European Plan $1.00 and up We serve the best American Plan meals in the South chant of Whitefllound) Wis, bought a stock ef Chambrlain's medicine so as do be ab'e to supply them td his customers. After receiving therfl he was himself taken sick and says that one small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was worth more to him than the cost of his entire stock of these medicines. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad American Emigration. The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. Herman Steinhilber, Manager The Daily Louisville And The ; Times News Adair County Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. r It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Woo- drow Wilson for the Presi dency. ' 5 The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States sub- scribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii County News" both for H.50 per year Come to the office or mail in your subscription. f t Speaker Clark is of the opinion that as much attention should be given by Congress to emigration as to immigration. He has pointed out that a weekly average of 1, 500 American farmers cross in :o Canada carrying with them $300,000 in cash and $150,000 of personal property. Mr. Clark holds that such loss of men and property calls for legislation that will tend to keep both in this country. Speaker Ciark is right. Legislation that will keep them here is not very difficult of enactment. There should be more liberal homestead laws, Government reclaima.tionof lands through irrigation, and every legal assistance to home building and home making compatible with good public policy. In short, there should be inducements for men to remain in this country superior to any that can be oftered by any other country, especially an American emigration consists of the best manhood that the country possesses. An American farmer born and bred on American soil is worth more to the country than ten immigrants. The citizenship of the former is a fixed quantity. That of the latter must be devel oped at great expense. The patriotism of the former is unquestioned. That of the latter is problematical until he shall have developed and demonserated his citizenship. And this without disparaging in the least immigrant population. munity, county and State. So why send our hard earned money off to some d stant city to help enrich those you may never know or see or have any interest in financially. They are only out for the money there is in it. Stop, count the postage, freight and time and see what ha3 been gained by the scattering abroad. Again the home merchant we are bound to admit, is to a great extent very necessary to a convenient surrounding territory, where we can go with our many kinds of produce to exchange for all the little necessities of daily life. The old motto of "United we stand; and divided we fall," applies very strong in this case. Don't conclude that the above was written for a Selfish motive, for I am going to live untt? I die, any how. I merely a'sk yOtf to stop and consider the question as to the real benefit to you and to the community in which you live. An Observer. Surprising Cureof Stomach Trouble. When you have trouble with your stomach or chronic constipation, don't imagine that your case is beyond help jU9t because your doctor fails to give you relief. Mrs. G. Stengle, Plainfield N. J., writes, "For over a month past I have been troubled with my stomach. Everything I ate upset it terribly. One of Chamberlain's advertising booklets came to me. After reading a few of the letters from people who had been cured by Chamberlain's Tablets, I decided to try them. I of a have taken nearly three-fourth- s package of them and can now eat almost every thing that I want." For Ad sale by Paull Drug Co. Chinese Woman Doctor. Dr. Li Bi Cu is a young woman doctor who received her medical education in our country, coming here as a young girl to study medicine. She is now in charge of a hospital at Ngu Cheng. While Westward bound, on a train out of Chicago, the train struck a laborer, injuring him severely. The man was brought aboard the train, and when an appeal for a doctor was Chi--nese That a very large part of the Httotmey-At-liac- u fire losses in America have been Will practice in. all the due to an arson conspiracy has Courts been made clear. Into this conspiracy certain solicitors have Columbia, t Ky. entered, with the result that uninsured property has been imperilled, the insurance companies have been robbed and the insurance business largely discredited. The fire commissioner of New York State reports that at least four million dollars have been saved by these exposures, these arrests, trials and convictions, and this is encouragement enough FOR 1913 to continue these proceedings. The fire loss in the United BRIGHTER, BETTER, States is twice what it ought to be. Insurance in itself begets BiGGER THAN EVER carelessness and indifference at THE REGULA? PRICE Of times; but beyond all this stands this criminal history. The companies and the government THE LOUISVILLE TIMER should unite in an effort to eradicate this evil, break up this IS A YEAR, combination, prevent this absolute waste of a nation's wealth. If YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORflEK The time has come when the TO US, YOU CAN GET United States must consider all sources of waste and prevent the greater part of it. We must THE ADAIR COUNT. resources. We husband must stimulate our productive NEWS capacity, and at the same time we must stop the leaks, check the waste due to fire lo3S, due to railroad accidents, due to governmental extravagance, due to THE L0U1SVILEE mismanagement of great corporations, including the railroads TIMES Our agricultural production Is wildly estimated at ten Billioris. BOTH ONE YEAR A large part of the ten billions is consumed in the Droduction and FOR ONLY no allowance made for that expense. We have over estimated capacity. our weal THE LOUISVILLE TIMES We have underestimated the paper prinwastefulness of the American the best afternoon ted anywhere. people. Senator Aldrich has said that Has the best corps of cofrer-government waste was a the million a day. Mr. Brandies has pondents. declared and has gone far to Covers the Kentucky field pari prove that the railroads waste a million a day. The fire loss fectly. has reached nearly & million a Covers the general news fialV of it is pre- completely. day, and one-haventable. If we are ever" to beHas the best and fullest dim" come rich meaning by3thae if the wealth of the United States-i- ksts reports. ever to be great enough to enDEMOCRATIC in politics be able all men to live in ssmething like comfort w e must reach fair to everybody. that condition through industry and frugality; we cannot reach SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPit through the distribution of TION RIGHT AWAY what wealth remains. Louisville Post. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES $5.00 our $4.50. lf s Easts and Fancies. DENTAL OFJB'ICE Generally speaking, any method of getting money from a prize or a corfighter, a saloon-keepporation is considered legitimate er Dr. James Triplett DENTIST NB'XT XO POST OB'SUCK Columbia, Ky. RI I'HONC SO. OFFICE PHONE On by a jury. made, Dr. Li Bi Cu offered her services. Then was seen the strange combination of a Chinese Christian woman doctor caring for an injured Slav in an American baggage car. We are told that Dr. Li Bi Cu is giving much of her time to educating district nurses so that they can go into the homes of Chinese mothers and help them in the care of their sick children. If you feel good, that is a sign you are in good health. If you feel particularly good, that is you are young. Some loafers make no pretense of industry. Others try to conceal their worthlessness by saying they are working on an invention which, when completed, will revolutionize the world. The King of All Laxatives n To Timber Men. Son, Lexington, Ky. I want to buy boundaries of timber in Adair and ad joining counties. Address, &' I am representing E. R. SpotswoocT C. M. Herriford, Columhia, Ky. Ad. .fTlHV.7' 27-- tf 'It T '15 .aJHiB, indi- - n f JPqg ri The Best Medicine in the World. "My little girl had dysentery very bad. I thought she woulddie. ChamI keep on hands a full stock of berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea coffins and caskets, also robes; Remedy cured her, and I can truthhearses. Prompt service night or day. fully say that I think it is the beit Phone 29. v medicine in the world," writes Mrs. .1 F. THp-tt- . T 1 vr William Orvin, Clare, Mich For sale Adk Columbia. Ky Ad by Paull drug- - G. . , : wuoU.f ul nnnchinnhinn., gestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's ISew Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y., says they are "King of laxatives. They are a blessing to all my family and I always keep a box at home." Get a box and get well. Price 2T)C Tt commended by Panll " Wnr hfndanlip?. v tfA TniirKiinnpAnspd ma threat distress toe two yaars. I triec many tiling for 7. r.ilfpf. hntrrntlltila holn. tillat lastlfoand i! it in the best pilU or msdicina I ever tried DR.KINC'S 13. NewLifePills r :l.; ir EatCold Gnraxj, W. Va. c.iiuhi su. uni uuuio. Drug Co. Ad. r I r s THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS zy., - r h-- EVERYTHING IN Remember the protracted ser- pie are very much interested in R. H. 01ETZMAN. Sec U. G. HARDWICX. Pres. J. B. COCKE, V. Pres vices begin here Monday nighthe candidacy of Mr. Lilburn tie had a good rain Thursday Phelps, who desires to represent Russell and Casey in' the next night. The wheat is all threshed in Legislature. He has for an opINCORPORATED 1861 1889 ESTABLISHED ponent a most excellent gentlethis community. person of Dr. John J. W. Walker, of Columbia, man in the DEALERS IN Qravel,?; spent several days in this com- D. Combest, who lives at the ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. Springs. Both of these gentlemunity last week. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS men are capable and either one Messrs. H. A. and Odius Moss 1301 TftlKTeeNTft-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLe would make a diligent repreof Greens-burand Jacob Nelson, sentative. were in our midst last FriAlso Elwood and American Fence. SMOKESTACKS, -There will be a few brandy disday. tilleries started in this, county. Quite a number of our people It would be much better for he attended court in Columbia last people Sheet Iron and Tank Work and just as profitable to Monday. the ones who own the fruit, to CO- Mr. Frank Pangburn, of Cin- dry it. cinnati, who has been visiting Incorporated Mr.yRobert Antle is making a JOBBING WORK SOLICITED his brother and family at this canvass for the State Senate. 1 1G Eaat Matket Street, Between First and Brook place for the past week or so, of Machinery Repaired All Kinds He is a polished gentleman with returned to his home the first of Louisville, Ky. ability enough to make a good the week. Senator. To the writer, howOur free school opened Monever, it looks like Mr. J. 0. The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- ai Weekly Courier-JoThe Adair County News day Morning with Miss Mann as Ewing, of Cumberland county, teacher. We understand she is will be the next Senator .from urnal, Each $1.50. Both One Year for 1.50, one 3 fine teacher. Republicans this district. The . Mr. Allen Keltner, one of our are split and the Democrats are J.. ...... best farmers, will make some- united. burn. Was laid to rest in the ting about other friends back in Kentucky. Coffey cemetery. thing near one hundred bushels The News comes all right and of wheat this season. Mrs. Geo. W. Pickett, who has Pellyton. Mr. Cap. Lewis and family, of been in poor health for some enjoyed. Best wishes to all. Mrs. Ida Rounds. Fairplay, visited relatives here a Corn is looking fine for this time, is able to be out again. few days of last week. dry weather. Several from this place attendEiia. Very speciallprices ares the force to reduce our large stock of good Carpets and ed the auction sale at Nell Bros, J. F. Pendleton, of Greens-burGrass cutting is about over. Rugs. Inducemets of the greatest Kind are offered in every section of big store received a car load of lambs et Gradyville, last Saturday. J. P. Coffey and Miss Bertha Large Brussell Rugs, Hi x 12 ft. $16.00 values for $12.00 Farmers are busy wheat here last week at 5 and 5 cents Blair were visiting in Taylor There has been lots of candiLarge Axminster Rugs 11J x 12 ft. $32.50 Values for $25.00 threshing, the crop fairly good. per pound. dates through here i n the county a few days ago. Extra Quality Velvet Carpet $1.25 grade, Yard 90c. Elds. Daniels and Montgomery Solenbur-ge- r, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Inlaid Linoleum, Tile Paltems, $ .35 grade, square yard $ .00 Miss Minnie Page, the popular few days. are holding a meeting at Taberof Madison, Fla., arrived music teacher, of Taylor county, Printed Linoleum, big line, regular 60c grade, square yard 40c Pickett's Chapel and Milltown nacle. last Thursday to remain a few returned home last week. She ball teams played ball here the Right now during June is the time to get ExceptionS. F. Bottoms and Golda Hardays with their relatives. al Bargains in Floor Coverings at has been teaching for two months 4th, thescore being22tolin rison, both of Edith, went to CoQuite a number of fine horse at J. C Blair's with much suc- favor of this team. Louisville's Big Carpet Store. lumbia a few days ago where colts in this sectien as well as cess. You can get corn at G. W. they were married. They re mules. Several from here attended Dudley's for 80c per bushel. Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorf? turned to the home of B. F. Rev. G. W. Pangburn was at the Sunday School Ralley at G. T. Kemp and wife, W. H. Swiggett, a bountiful dinner beIncorporated Greensburg last Wednesday. Rife the 4th of July and report- Kemp and wife, T. B. Finn and ing in waiting. At the evening 522 and524 West Market St. Allen Parson and family spent ed anenjoyable time. were visiting "uncle" hour a singing was given in their wife iast Saturday and Sunday in our Mrs. Susan Brockman, of this Squre Kemp near Gradyville a honor, many friends taking part. amidst visiting relatives. place, who had a stroke of para- few days ago. .. Will Baker spent one day last lysis some time ago, is improving Tribute of Respect. Oxnarti, Calfiornia. nicely. week at Lisletown on business. Mrs. Alice Mullinix and her Our farmers are about through ' Hall of Casey Creek, Lodge Editor News: hay crop and we are daughter, of Casey Creek, were with their I will try and describe, in my No. 536 F. & A. M., Casey Creek, glad to say there is about the visiting at J. C. Blair's from Fripoor way, this part of the Gold- Ky., July 7, 1913. asual amount made in this sec- day till Sunday. Whereas, It has pleased the en state, that we are enjoying. tion. Mrs. Lizzie Combs, who has We are in southern California, in grand Master of the universe to Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Walker, of been blind for 21 years, has rethe Santa Clara Vail, which has take from this lodge on earth to Always appreciates trade from Adair and but is not Columbia, spent one day last ceived her the mountain peaks on one side that Temple not made with hands week with their relatives in our expected to live very long. It is and the great Pacific Ocean on eternal in the heavens, Bro. Adjoining Counties and is constantly ofa mystery tnat ner city. the other. We live in a town of Robert Birk Tucker, who depart- Miss Ladis Cook spent a day came back after i t had been between four and five thousand ted this life June 22, 1913. Refering and giving to all comers, Bargains or so of last week visiting Mrs. gone so long. inhabitants, with one High solved: Andy Brown, of Dunnville, is School, J. D. Walker at Columbia. a Graded School. KinderThat in his death our Lodge in all Lines of goods? here this week. Glad to have garten, seven churches, three has lost a John H. Holladay will teach true and worthy memPrices creek school this term. him with us. Theatres and Opera houses, plan- ber, his family a kind father, Will send Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes ing mills, several Concrete and the community an honored and He is an old reliable teacher. PicketL Cement works etc. But the upright citizen. Resolved: We had our usual number of to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. main industry is the largest drummers and candidates last That this solemn parting We are needing rain in this "Beet Sugar" factory i n t h e week, it is rather a mixed should cause us to reflect on the Any goods not satisfactory can be re section of the country at pres- United States, employitg hunproblem at this time to who will uncertainty of life and remind dreds o f hands, a s they use us that we to, sooner or later, receive the nomination. We will ent. turned by Parcel Post, if in seven days be perfectly satisfied with the There was a large crowd at- thousands of tons of beets every will be cut down by that all deticket let it be who ever it will tended the Missionrry Rally at day, that turns out 22 per cent, vouring scythe of time. Be it after sent out Pickett's Chapel the 4th of July. sugar, making beet growing one resolved: as they are all good solid men. Our school opened the 7th, of t h e chief products. Also Messrs Herschel Baker, John That we deplore his untimely Morrison and Charles Herriford, with Mr. Simon Finn as teacher. another is Lima bean growing. taking off and tender to his widof Columbia, passed through There is a fine prospect for a They have their great ware ow and children our fullest symhere the first of the week en corn crop in this part o f the houses here, and at the Wharf. pathy in this their greatest beWe are only four miles from the route for Green county where country. reavement. Therefore be it and they are working a large amount The wheat crop is most all beach Hueneme Smith's Chapel. Mr. Iven Bennett and wife to of timber into lumbar. stacked and ready for threshing. it is one of our favorite drives That we will hear and heed all were at Sand Lick Spring a few go out to the beach. We went a Mr. Robert Rowe, of Sparkes beMiss Mary Pickett went to legitimate appeals from any The health is very good at days ago, to get water for Mrs. ville, called to see us on his re- gin her schooj at Cool Spring few nights ago and viewed assist-an- d this writing. member of the family for Bennett's health. turn from the Cool spring dis- district the 7th, but owing to the "High Tide" by moon light. counsel knock at the door Mr. Rodger Page and wife d trict where he received the new house not being ready she did Grand? that was no way o f ex- and it shall be open unto you. Farmers are about up with Mr. Bill Hancock and wife pressing it; the dashing o f those their work. school building, Mr. Rowe says not commence. Be it resolued: last Sunday. monstrous waves and the roar of the building is up to date in Mr. W. A. Smith and little copy of these resoluMr. C. 0. Moss and wife, of Mrs. Wolford and Miss Rosie the breakers, one can only look That a every particular. Mr. Woody daughter, and Mr. Russell Dur-maGradyville, attended the Rally at Anderson was the contractor and in wonderment at the work of tions handed to his family, a of Highland Park, were Stone spent last S.unday at Mr. Pickett's Chapel, the 4th. Tom Corbin's. builder. the supreme hand. But you will copy sent to the Adair County visiting relatives here last week. Mr. Willie Smith was through Rev. Pangburn filled his reguhave to come and see for your- News for publication and a page Our school opened at Smith's this place making up money to lar; appointment a t Pickett's Jamestown. selves as there are so many won- be set apart in the records of Chapel, Monday, the 7th, with finish putting down a well at Chapel the 1st Sunday, and our Lodge and these resolutions Mr. Jones as teacher. Smith's Chapel, which is very sights. Thecoming primary is dicussed Poached a tine sermon, as usual. derful badly needed. We have quite a number of be spread thereon. daily here and there are many A little child of Marvin Bing-Born, to the wife of L. W. mra. riora omirn ana sonJ A. F. Scott ) Curry, June 28, a son. Mother Robert, are visiting in Louisville predictions as to who the success- - ham died last Saturday, funeral old Kentucky, Cumberland coun-t- y Committee enjoy chat- Stayton ) friends here, and this week. ful candidates will be. Our peo - at the residence by Bro. Pang- J. A. and baby doing fine. W. T. Pane Mill & Supply Co. - ROOFING and Printed. Asphalt, Rubber, Galvanized g, jCBBjCL '' Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. 1 1 2-- both and Year -- II . I. 1 End of Season Sale Carpets and Kugs. o! g, last 1 1 Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. eye-sig- ht eye-sig- nt - . Woodson Lewis re-solve- d: (Y-nem- a) vis-ite- n, 1