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The subject of this writin was born and reared on Pelham Branch two and a half miles from Columbia, years old when and was about sixty-sihis earthly carreer ended last Sunday week. He had been an invalid for more than a year, a victim of heart trouble which caused his demise. He was a quiet, unassuming citizen and was well-like- d by all the people of the neighborhood in which he resided. Before his health failed he was constantly engaged, as he was a very good mechanic and his services were in demand. He leaves a wife and several sons and daughters and one brother and one sister to our knowledge. A great many relatives and friends attended the funeral and burial. W. A. Visit to Mammoth Cave. The following young people from this place composed a party that spent Friday and Saturday most delightfully at Mammoth Cave: Misses Ora and Mallle Moss, Alma and Jennie McFarland, Mollie Jeffries, Irene and Ruth Rafert, Cary Rosen-fielKatie Murrell, Messrs. Clay and d, L. C. Kelley. Warning to Parents, Primary Election Officers. West-Columb- ia. Hon. Harvey Helm, House of Representatives My dear Sir: No. 29S31, Kemp to Milllown, Ky., be changed so that the carrier may begin and end his trips at Pickett, I beg to state that the matter has had careful consideration and, in view of the fact that the service woul'd not be impaired, the route has been changed from August 1, 1913, so that the carrier may begin and end his trips at Pickett as requested by you. Very truly yours, Jas. S. Blamlee, Fourth Assistant Postmaster General. Office of BENTON MCMILLAN With further reference fc o youi communication of the 7th ultimo, requesting that the service on star route Helm Dead. Nashville, Tenn. Sept. 27 th, 1909 may concern: To whom it lam personally acquainted with the bearer of this, Mr. W. Tanner Ottley, and have been for years. 1 take pleasure iu stating that he is a man of exemplary habits, high integrity, great energy, and worthy of truth and confidence. He will discharge faithfully his obligations and undertakings, aud I take great pleasure in commending him. Very Respectfully, Benton McMillan. Benton McMillan was born in Cumberland county or Allen 'county, Ky., served four terms as Governor of Tennessee. Mr. Ottley was born in Richmond, Va., 1875, educated in the public school, said city, and afterwards at the University of Virginia. To the Democrats of Adair County Inasmuch as I have canvassed the county and as near as possible seen every Democrat in the county, I take this method of asking you one more time, to come out and support me. I shall not use money or anything else to influence the voters. I feel that if nominated I can carry the full strength of the party in the November elecion I have not said any thing in any way disrespectful of any of my opponents, and if nominated I will appreciate the Domination. But should the Democrats of this county deem it best to nominate some one else I will abide by your decision and make the strongest fight possible for the party. Yours Truly, S. G. Denney. Tuesday afternoon Miss Alice Walker very delightfully entertained a number of her friends at an informal porch party in honor of Misses Irene and Ruth Rafert, of Indianapolis, the guests of Miss Jennye McFarland. The refreshments consisted of grape sherbert and cake. The following were present: Mesdames Robert Reed, TV. J. Flowers, P. A. Strange, G. E. Wilson, S. F. White and Tim Cravens, Misses Irene and Ruth Rafert, Jennye McFarland, MaeStults, Edna Lewis, Rose Hyed, Vic Hughes, Mary Chandler, Lillie Judd, Margaret Todd, Golda English, Alma McFarland, Katie Murrell. Alice and Ella Walker. Bert Bcston, of Metcalfe county, lost another barn a few nights ago by fije. Also one hundred barrels of corn. It" will be remembered that he had a a man named Jas. Poore was arrested and lodged in jail, charged with the crime. He broke jail and it is believed that he fired the last barn. Every etfort ie being made to apprehend him. We learn from Mr. TV. barn burned some time ago, and that T. Price, circuit court clerk, that suits for the September term of the Adair circuit court, are being filed very slowly. Only four up to this time and three of them are petitions for divorces Heretofore up to this date twelve or fourteen suits were filed. The indications point to a very dull September term, though there is much time for many suits to be filed. Few law suits indicate that fellowmen are at peace with each other. Mr. Walker Bryant has purchased the Dr. O. S. Dunbar residence in this placef price $2,200. He is now in con trol ot the property, and will remove to it at an early date. The buying of this property makes it unnecessary for him to build, as he contemplated putting up a brick. 1920-21-- 22. August liaud shaking throughout the day, were in town was a general Saturday, and there All the candidates . to this country in 1872 and for about E. E. Nell, Clerk. sixteen or eighteen years he and his Elroy. family have resided in Columbia where j C. C Coomer, Judge; Society, The Adair County Medical they have many friends. Mr. Lewis R. G. Wilson, Judge; Leg Broken. on account of the Russell Springs Son is a produce dealer and is W2T T. J. llosson, Sheriff; ciety meeting on the same day, will in all the adjoining counties for corLannis Reece, C!ek. meet in Columbia one week later, on rect dealing his fellow man. We Last Sunday afternoon Mr. John hope he may with to enjoy many more Harmony. Thursday, August 14th, 1913, when live Kelley-vill- e, near and the following program will be render- Read werewife, who live an accident. birthdays. Joel Darnell, Judge; ' badly hurt in ed: Tom B. Curry, Judge; They were in a buggy, and for some Mr. W. fc. Hughes, sheriff of Russell Senile Gangren IT. B. Simpson, Alvin Loy, Sheriff; reason the horse became scared and county, was in Columbia the first of Breeding, Ky. Wesley Turner, Clerk. break-nec- k speed. The occu- last week, having in charga-young Articular Rheumatism S. A. Tay- ran at Glensfork. pants were thrown from the' vehicle, man named Brown, who he was conlor, Montpelier, Ky. one of Mr. Read's legs was broken veying to Eddy villa. Brown, was conand J. TV. Marshall, Judge;. A case of Amobee Dysentery C. M. considerably victed in the Russell circuit court of Juo Jones, Judge; and Mrs. Read was Russell, Columbia, Ky. Z. T. Taylor, Sheriff; 333r murder and sent up for life. Mr. CarA paper of his own selection S. P. bruised. A. C. Young, Clerk. son Falkenburg accompanied Sheriff Miller. Columbia, Ky. White Oak. Miss Frances Garnett was the host- Hughes as far as this place. A paper of his own selection S. J Mont Wilson, Judge; ess a few evenings ago at a "500" Simmons, Gradyville, Ky. 'J The weather has been dry so lousr We want every doctor in the county party given in honor of Miss Martha II. B. Reeves, Judge; to be here, and take a part in the McDowell, of Danville, and Miss Mar- that many wells in town have got low, W. J. Gabbart, Sheriff: discussion and business. tha Sparks, of Mount Vernon, the making water scarce with some famiH. J. Conover, Clerk. U. L. Taylor. 5fiSrfiiry. guests of Miss Alice Thrashley Wil- lies. The well at the electrical plant Little Cake. To the Public. T liams. The house was artistically is also weak and unless rain comes.in the next few days the plant will haVe F. TV. Miller, Judge; Mr. L. L. Eubank, who visited his decorated with suuflowers and greens to be supplied with water from the Jno. C. White, Judge; Stith-toand the yellow color scheme was at As it has been reported in a few brother, J. T. Eubank (Tom)at J. H. Grant, Sheriff; recently, reports tractively carried out in the ices, con- creek. Hardin county, J localities of this county that an indeJ. A. Winfrey, Clerk. fections and tallies. The first prize Mrs. Tiua Wells was called to Swan pendent candidate can non run and that he is getting along nicely. He which was won by Miss Anna Grayot, get his name on the ballot for the No- owns a small farm, has four daught- was a beautiful silver picture frame, Pond Bottom last week on account of Pellvton. Tom Baruett, Judge; .Wilvember election under the new pri- ers married, has twelve grandchildren, and the guests prizes were Kewpies. the death of her brother-in-law- , Jas. Sapp, Judge; and one son and two daughters at liam Winfrey, who died rather sudmary election law, I beg leave to subZach Sanders, Sheriff; home. He votes the Democratic tick- Miss. Garnett 's guests included the denly, it is thought with blood poismit to the public the following comTV. J. Sinclair, Clerk. every election, is posted not only following: Misses Martha McDowell, on. He had a sore foot but was able munication from the office of the et at politically, put about every thing else Martha Sparks, Alice Thrashley Wil- to feed his stock up to the day before Roley. Attorney General at Frankfort. Coyle, liams, Frances Settle, Rose Williams, he died. He was about 71 years of We beg to advise you that the Pri- that is going on in the world. Virgil Hovious, Judge; Martha Tom LeBus, of Cynthiana, age. Russell County Advance. mary Election Law does not prohibit as he was familiarly called by his old Alice Hobson, H. H. Tucker, Judge; Anna Grayot, Jane a person from being a candidate on an comrades in this place, told his broth- Addams, Belle Sale, Evangeline Lewis Holt, Sheriff; leaving for Two years ago a catbird carnmeuced independent ticket. He may get his er, when the latter was A. C. Wheeler, Clerk. May Morris Hoge, Evelyn Hoge, name on the ballot under the old law Columbia, that he expected to be here Charlott Mastin, Delia Sale, June lighting in the porch of Mr. J. TV. Coy. Cane Valley. in the manner pointed out in section at our Fair, commencing the 19th of Sale, Charlotte Watson, Louise Wood, Mrs. Coy at the same time commenced Willie Beard, Judge: August. Every body will be ready to 1453, Kentucky Statutes. to feed it. In a very short time the A. H. Judd, Judge; Elsie Kidd and Musette Veatch: give him the glad hand, to see him bird became tame, and flew into the Yours very truly. Jno. B. Cave, Sherifi; cut his tobacco, and to hand out a few Frankfoit State Journal. porch regularly to be fed. Now Mrs. M. M. Logan Jno. Stansbury, Clerk. political ideas, as forcible reminders Coy feeds it from her hand, the visits Assistant Attorney Genera!. Every body in Russell county is in days of "Auld Lang Syne." Egypt. daily made. I wish to state further shat as an of the sympathy with young Leslie Hale in being R. O. Dillingham, Judge; independent candidate I will have The Taylor County Enquirer has whose hands was the gun which was Henry Willis, Judge, Mr. Eugene Wethington purchsed, nothing to do with the primary elec- been leased to Messrs. J. R. Pro & E. accidentally discharged, killing Mr. Alvin Burton, Sheriff; tion next Saturday. I will have my B. Butler, and they are now in charge James Stearman. It was purely an last week, the residence which wa3 Emmett Murrell, Clerk. picture made for a device at the No- of the paper. It will be devoted to accident, the dead man being a warm owned and occupied by Mr. C. M. in Russell Heights, for $1,250. vember election, and all who wish to the building up of Campbellsville and friend to Mr. Hale. Much sympathy vote for Tobias HulTaker for school Taylor county. The politics of the is also felt for the family of the de- Mr. Wethington will remove from L. B. Hurt, Judge; Superintendent can stamp within the publication remain Democratic, but it ceased, the unfortunate occurence Clementsville to this place in the next Evan Akin. Judge; circle under his picture at the No- will denounce the wrong doings of all bringing great sorrow to the wife, few days Ores Barger, Sheriff; TV. T. Price, Cierk" vember election management have children and friends. parties. The new Rev. Swift, who is one cf the editors Respectfully, paper. the best wishes of this Tobias Huffaker. Choice heavy hogs sold on the Louis- of the Central Methodist, delivered a L have 17 nice Jersey cows for sale. Wednesday $9.20; very entertaining lecture at t h e who ville market last Call on me if you wanLa good Jersey Mrs. Elizabeth Phillips Lewis, S9.40. The cat- Methodist church. His theme was cow. There is no saying truer than was the wife of Hon. John TV. Lawis. Mediums and lights, tle market was also high and not like- his travels in the orient. He is scholar"murder will out." Twenty-seve-n J. B. Barbee. who is a prominent lawyer and poli- ly to be lower this week. Lambs ly and his lecture was valuable to years ago Richard Allen killed Charles tician, died at her late home, SpringAd. tf intellec-tura- l those who heard it, from an also-uptthe top notch. Tucker in Casey county. He was field, Ky., on Tuesday, the 22 inst. were view. Miss Eva Walker entertained Tuestried aud sentenced to a term in the The husband of the deceased is relatT h e following marriage licenses day evening in honor of Miss Racheli penitentiary, but made his escape ed to quite a number of residents of were issued from the Adair county Eld. Tobias Huffaker will preach at Crawford, of Winchester. There from jail before being taken to Frank Columbia. clerk's office in the last few weeks: White School House on the second were twenty girls present and delightfort. He went to Missouri'and settled Austin Wilson to Sarah Bryant; S. M , Sunday in August, at 11 o'clock a. m., on a farm, where he reared a family Capt. Geo. Nell fell in attempting Bottom t o Golda Harrison; John audatNeatsburgor Little Cake on ful refreshments were served. and led what was apparently a most to get in his buggy one day last week, Hughes to Martha A. King: Geo. TV. the third Sunday in August at 11 The ballots for Adair and Russell exemplary life. Tucker's sons never hurting one of his hips very badly Kemp o'clock a. m. to Dollie Bennett. counties are being printed at this offorgot the murder of their father, but Since the accident he has been coufin-te- d Miss Minnie Skaggs, wife of Mr. fice, and will be in the hands of the kept on the hunt of his slayer until to his room, but he is getting bet The old stage coach is evidently Charles Skaggs, Taylor county, was county clerks in due time. they were rewarded by securing his er. He has been a very feeble man gone from the pike forever. The Au- accidentally killed a few days ago. capture and had him delivered to the for months and his friends would tomobiles are doing good service aud She was sweeping out a pantry when Mr. C S Harris threshed about authorities of Casey county after be glad to again see him himself. they are here to stay. The time is so a eight hundred bushels of twenty-seveyears. shot gun, which was standing in the much easier and quicker, it would be corner, fell and was discharged with oats, grown on thirty acres. The oat Mr. Z T. Richards, who was a a difficult matter to get the traveling crop throughout the county is reportresult as above stated. For sale, at public auction, on the brother of Mr. J. W. Richards, this public to again take the hack. ed good. public square next Monday (county place, died in Wamego, Kansas, the Last Tuesday while carpenters were court day), 2 bedsteads and springs, years We can't understand with big re 5th of July. He was sixty-fou- r 6 cane bottom chairs, 1 extension dinat work on the dwelling of Mr. Horace F. J. Barger and Luther Young old and was born and reared in Adair duction iu the number of school chilJeffries, the scaffold gaveway and Mr. will conduct a revival meeting ac I hat rack, 1 refrigerater, ing table, county. He left here when 22 years dren why there is not an increase in W. C. Murrell sustained a badly Shiloh, beginning the'firsb Sunday in 1 tin safe and other articles. of age. the school per capita, especially as sprained wrist. Mr. W, T. McFar- August. Mrs. S. 4- - Bradshaw. there has also been an increase in on the scaffold, but he Mr. Oscar Kemp, son of the late J. property assessment. E. Town News. land was also Ky., TV. B. Taylor, of Owenton, escaped unhurt. A fine rain fell last Monday in the T. Kemp, Bradfordsville, was married Z. T. Williams in a. will assist Eld Gleusfork neighborhood, coming with- to a young lady of Gravel Switchi The meeting conducted at Milltown Tuesday of last week was Mr. W. c series of meetings at Glenville. beginweek. The by Elds. Z. T. Williams and Uuther in two miles of Columbia. This town Marion countv. birthday. His ning the third Sunday in Augur. Murrell's sixty-thir- d adsurroundings seem to be the couple eloped to Jeffersonville for the Youug closed with twenty-eigh- t and its wife, relatives and friends- surprised ceremony. dryest spot in the county. ditions and the church greatly re- him with a very delightful dinner, During the Roberts meeting there-were- , vived. or fourteen persons were prestwelve perhaps persons in attendance Corn suffered dreadfully during the The Murray Dibbrell Shoe Company ent. Mr. Murrell received several who had not been in church before winds The nritnary will be pulled off next nice presents of Nashville, will open a large dry extreme hot weather and bot for six or eight years. of mois- Saturday. There will be some disapgoods establisnment in the Odd Fel- and on account of the. lack crop pros- pointed aspirants after the ballots are August !9 20 21 22. lows Hall, Jamestown, in a very short ture. It is said that the ago have been cut counted, Nathan McKinley has just compleb but they will soon get over time. It will perhaps enliven bus- pects of a month down at leaet one fourth, that is in the defeat, and will enter heartily inWe are sending out statements to ed a handsome addition to his resiiness in that localitr. W. Richards did tha. Adair county to the contest for the success of the our subscribers, asking them to pay dence. Mr. J. nominees at the November election. up and renew. We need every cent work. Mr. Ernest Harris gave a social last that is due the office and we trust our Monday night in 'honor of Mr. Paul August Jersey Bull. I have a thorough-bre- d Mrs. Geo. W. Lowe will please ac- friends will respond promptly. Vardeman, of Frankfort. A large at the gate. $1.00 a number of young people put in apThe Roberts meeting closed Sunday cept our thanks for number of very Jo Barbee. Born, to the wife or Charles Young, fine tomatoes, the most choice lot we pearance, and the evening was most nighf. It was well attended throughJuly 2:5, 1913, a son. tf Ad. ' have seen this season. .delightfully spent. out the series. The subject of this article, who was a resident of Columbia, died in the Elizabeth Hospital, Lebanon, last Monday night, a victim of cancer of the stomach. Mr. Helm was a native of Russell county, but about eight or nine years ago he became a citizen of this place. He was a fine gentleman, a strict member of the Methodist church, and as a machinist he had no equal in this part of the State. He will not only be missed from his family and Columbia, but from all adjoining counties. The funeral services were held in conducted by Rev. this place J. S. Chandler, hundreds of jfriends being in attendance. The interment was in the city cemetery. All Columbia is in sympathy with the sorrowing wife and devoted children. May God sustain them in this hour of great distress is the wish of this paper. to-da- y, Herbert Smith. From the Cave Misses Ora and Mal-li- e Moss went to Franklin, to be the guests of Miss Moss Davis, Miss Cary Rosenfield to Smith's Grove to spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. Geo. Rosenfield, Misses Irene and Ruth Rafert, who have been the gueats of the Misses McFarland, returned to their home, at Indianapolis, Messrs. Herbert and Clay Smith went to Bowling Green, Misses Jeffries, Murrell Jennie McFarland returned home Saturday night, and Miss Alma McFarland went on to Whitewood to be the.guest of Miss Frances Workman- - Last Sunday afternoon Mr. Geo E On August 24, Rev. L. C. Kelley Wilson and Mr James Arvin went to will move to Campbellsville to assume charge as pastor of the Baptist church. the creek to take a swim. Mr. WilBro. Kelley is known in Kentucky son's little son, Davis, accompanied having held several pastorates and them. While the two former were in accomplished other notable and'noble deep water, Davis was left at the edge of the stream, where the water works in the kingdom of God. Bro. Kelley is a native of Alabama, was very shallow, and told to remain but came to Kentucky to complete there, Presently Mr. Arvin noticed his education at Georgetown College. that he had gotten into deep water, After completing his education he be- over his head, and had gone downonce came interested in the temperance He hurried to his recue and saved cause of our state and established and him. Mr. Wilson, who was farther published, for several years, Tne Ken- from his son than Mr. Arvin, could tucky Issue, which is now published not have reached him in time. There n Leagua, under the was great rejoicing that the lad was by the title The Kentucky Edition of the rescued, and this notice is made as a Anti-saloo- G. B. Taylor, Judge; Jas. Suddarth, Judge; A. W. Paxton, Sheriff; M C. Winfrey, Clerk. East Columbia. J. M. Russell, Judge; W. F. Neat, Judge; S. C. Neat, Sheriff; R. R. Mass, Clerk. jt Program. American Issue. Bro. Kelley married a Kentucky lady, Miss Nancy Newland, of Stanford, and soon after moved to Orlinda, Tenn. We welcome Bro. Kelley and his estimable wife back to this state, and to Campbellsville, aud t o the Russell Creek Association and speak for him and Mrs. Kelley a hearty welcome into the hearts and homes of our people. warning to parents. Fifty-Eight Years. Mr. Sar. Lewis and family celebrath ed his birthday last Friday. The event was honored b y a magnificent dinner. Mr. Lewis came fifty-eight- Milltown. T. K. Beard, Judge; J. E. Johnson, Judge; W. C. Yates, Sheriff; J. B. Keltner, Cleek. Keltuer. Clem Coomer, Judge! Johnson Edwards, Judge; W. H. Kemp, Sheriff; Lee Vires, pierk. Gradyville. TV. K. Akin. Judge; Bascom Janes, Judge; W. L. Fletcher, Sheriff: :.!i, well-know- a 4 n, t Cre-celiu- s, Her-rifor- d, South-Columb- ia. o first-clas- s, n last - 19-20- -21-22. 4, ; A- - .' . " t "Jt X, S." ,'J$1 THE ADA1K JOUNTY NEWS Look panies is headed by one of the Sermon on Luck. men from this commonwealth's For Opportunities? institution o f learning. The We'll tell you about this thing company was started and fi(On the 13th of June, 1913, the OF KENTUCKY called luck. It comes to the perThroughout the whole United nanced W. LI. Bradshaw, Plaintiff. ( and formed into into its Death Angel visited the home of vs. son who keeps the weeds cut States there is a most remarka- present shape by Program John Coomer, &, Defendants. ( this man A Mr. Willis Page and claimed for Little Kentucky man succeeded in re- down so that it can find him. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of ble industrial growth. ats victim his beloved wife, Nina. Luck sometimes walks up and Annual Session Sa'e of Adair Circuit Court, rendered factories are grotving into big ducing cost of She iiad been confined ro her df the Twenty-thir- d the May term, thereof, 1913, in the one3. New machines are being at collars an idler, but it is more of the Russeli Springs Medical feed since October, 1912. Had she above cause, for the tun of Five nun-die- d of cut apt to nab the man who is busy and twenty one manufactured by the older es- glass thirty per cent., through and Eighty-nin- e Hived till September 30th, she Society. (SSyy doing the best he can all the time. with tablishments and frequently hundredth dollars, new processes he instituted. would have been 84 years old. The following is a program of the the interest at the rate of Six (6) Luck isn't Jying around on the .She leaves a husband and eight Russell Springs Medical Society to be per cent, per annum from the first these become so important that The company that he is connectstreet allowing the loafers to 1913, until paid, and children and a host of friends held at Russell Springs, Ky., Thurs- day of Jany.. herein, I shall proceed great establishment are built ed with produces more blanks costs cover it with whittlings. Neithday and Friday, August 7th and 8th, $51 up to take care of the demand e and relatives who deeply sympa- 1913: for glass cutting than any other, to otfer for sale at the. er is it a stream waiting for door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest for these new appliances. it was recently a Kentucky man thize with the bereaved ones in Call to order b the president. bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, some lazy fisherman to hook it. The wonderful growth of au- who by careful processes ithis the saddest hour of their Prayer. of maWelcome address. the 4th day of August, 1913, at one tomobile building is a good illusLuck generally goes hand in nipulation reduced very materiiives. Mrs Page was a kind Report of the Secretary. o'clock, p. m , or thereabout, (being hand with industry. If you sit and loving mother and was loved Clinic hour, and collection of dues. County Court,) upon a credit of Six tration. Fifteen years ago there ally the cost of creosoting timDiet and Hygiene of a child around and wait for luck to hand all who knew her. She will one to six Dr. .1. I. McCienden. from months, the following described were practically no automobiles; ber. property, certain tract of one concern alone in Detroit at you a bag of gold and make you 'be greatly missed in the neighTyphoid fever Dr.' L. D. Ham- land situated in Adair county, Ky., This year every graduate in a rich man you are pretty apt to on the wateis of Butler's Fork, con the present time is manufacturborhood in which she lived, but monds, Irvin Store. mechanical and electrical engi- end your days Duties of a healtlioilicer Dr. U. L. taining 14 acres, fully described ing over one hundred thousand in a poor house. snost ot all by her husband and Taylor, Columbia, Ky. by meets and bounds in the Judgment neering from the State Universi- A four leaf clover will bring Paper of own selection Dr. W. J and order or sale, which is of record in machines a year. children who are so lonely withty of Kentucky, had at least more luck to the busy man than A few years ago the freight Ky. the office of the Clerk of the Adair out her, but weep not as those Flowers, Columbia, Dr. three places to choose from. it will to the STo 13, Placenta Preva J. B. Scholl, Circuit Court, in Order Book loafer. Ic may car formed a rather unimportwho have no hope for she is safe .Tabez, Ky. page 449, to which reference is made. The successes that have been seem a little tough for a man to with Jesus and is beckoning to Paper of own selection Dr. I. S. For the purchase price, the purchaser ant element of our national pro- made by the graduates of the Wesley, Liberty, Ky. with approved surety or securities duction. At the present time, work hard for a long time and Jioved ones to join her around Epidemic Dysintery Dr Tarter, must execute Bond, bearing legal inState University of Kentucky then have his earnings all swept iSod's eternal throne where there Ono, Ky. terest from day of sale until paid, and in order to take care of the tre- have established beyond a quesfrom him at a single stroke, but Paper of own selection Dr. .7. G. having the force and effect of a Judg- mendous demands of transportavill be iio parting and sad good Carpenter, Stanford, Ky. ment. Bidders will be prepared to tion, freight cars are made in tion the fact that it is one of the it is better to have had it and byes. Her sickness was one of Pellagra Dr. P. V. Ballou, Rowena, comply promptly with these terms greatest training schools in lost it than never to have had it W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. tens of thousands. The car has .suffering all the time. Every Ky. America for young men who are at all. And Paper of own seledtion Dr. A. W. another thing; luck evolved from the simple wooden effort was made to relieve her Cain, Somerset, Ky. interested in the great sciences isn't labeled. So will do you Program. structure to that of elaborate it wain, but to no avail. She has Summer Diarrhoea Dr. J. S. Howe? of steam engineering, electrical no good to stand around and look The following is the program of the steel design. rgone to try the realities of that Jamestown, Ky. engineering, heat and ventilat- for it When Scarlatina Dr .! D. Combest, Rus- Sunday School Convention to be held luck starts out to The street car and interurban great beyond. It is such a sweet sell Springs, Ky. at Pleasant View Church, McGaha, ing, machine tool building, artthought for her loved ones to Hook Worm Dr. W. G. D. Flani-ga- Adair county, Ky., the 1st Sunday in service of this country has creat chitectural engineering, locomo- look for you, you won't be able August, 1913 Jamestown, Ky. to hide from it. go to work. ed undreamed of requirements iknow she is at rest with Jesus Public address at night Dr. U. L. 9:00 Song by congregation tive building, car building, enfor rolling stock of this sort. .and that sooner or later they all Taylor, Columbia' Ky. Devotional by Nathan Murrell. Mexico's Attitude. gine building and telephone enWelcome Address, Mont Powell All the small towns as well as join her around God's eternal Everybody invited. can gineering and every Kentucky Dr. J. B. Scholl, President, Response, Robbert Bailey. the large ones make use of elec throne. Dr. L F. Hammonds, Secretary. Design of Convention, James young man, practically without Mexico's attitude toward the trical energy. This means elecR. B. Reeves. After religious services were expense, except that of living, United States is causing considSolo by Jesse Murrell, Jr. trical power plants equipped Public Sale of Farm and Timber. conducted by Revs. Campbell and (a) The influence of Sunday School is entitled to receive at the State erable concern at Washington. embodying the Jessey the remains were laid to On Saturday, the 30th day of Aug., in a community, Howard Murrell, University a training that will Piqued because of the refusal of very htest improvements in both at Cane Yalley, Adair county, Ky., at Rev. James Burton. zeat in the family burying ground 1 equip him' for a life of useful- President Wilson to recognize (b) In the church, Rev. Tobias o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, the electrical generator and trans:in the presence of a large num heirs of W. B. Sublett, deceased, will Huffaker. ness and one that will be re- his government. President Huer-t- a How start and conduct a Sunday mission devices. ber of relatives and friends who sell at public auction to the highest School, Irvin Blair, Halby Reynolds munerative. The profession of is encouraging treatment of bidder, the farm of about 214J acres One of the most fascinating had assembled to pay the last re- of land in Green county, Kentucky, Quartett by Antioch class. mechanical and electrical en- American citizens and property Subjects all open for general discuss- fields of endeavor that has been gineering y spects to noble and good woman. about 4 miles west of Cane Valley offers as much in Mexico that may compel this ion. Singing dispersed throughout years is IBroken hearted, sorrowing near the Columbia and Carapbellsville the day. All Sunday School workers created in the last ten opportunity for social and finan- country to employ drastic measpike, it being the home farm of said that of scientific furniture buildHoved ones hear God's promises W. B. Sublett. There are about 75 are cordially invited to take a part. cial standing as any of the older ures to defend the same. Be ing, Grand Rapids, Michigan, acres of this land that is well tim- Bring well filled baskets. professions or any commercial lieving jpure and best come to me ye bered with poplar, I. M. Grimsley, white oak, hickory, has become a great center. activity. After young men have tion willthat American interven- n iheavy ladened I will surely give and ash of the best quality. The P. M. Bryant, help their cause, Mex-caThere are a number of towns in Committee. white oak, ash and hickory g poplar, you rest, cast your cares on acquired commercial experience revolutionists are also encentral Indiana that turn out timber and the land will first be of Jesus until life's hard toils fered separate, and then all together there is unlimited opportunity deavoring in every way possible Dyspeptic Philosophy. thousands of pieces of panel ;are won, sweetly then go home and the bid or bids accepted that for the contracting engineer in to secure American invasion. furniture at a very reasonable bring the most money. If the tim ito glory. Home sweet home that the erection of power plants, Between the established governAll that glitters isn't inspired cost to the home builder. ber is sold separate from the land, the ;you have won, then peaceful be purchaser will be required to remove by the Golden Rule. railway lines, in manufacturing ment and the revolutionary Sieei mills are springing up same within 12 months from day iher silent slumber peaceful in the The man who has no enemies everywhere in this country and concerns and in the erection of forces a situation is being creof sale. power plants, railway lines, in ated which at almost any mothe grave s o low. S h e n o The timber will be sold for cash in is six feet under ground. in Canada. New) and efficient smore will join our number, she baud; if purchased separately from manufacturing concerns and in ment may develop into war. The egotist is all I's, and ex- processes are taking the places the laud. If the land is soldseoarate- the erection of great structures. Mexican newspapers, evidentiao more our tears will know. Let ly one third of purchase price will be pects the rest of us to be all ears of tha old methods. us strive to meet her where the requirea in casn ana remainder on He takes the forces and materi- ly inspired by the Huerta govNow the question naturally Virtue hasn't much market nacres of life have fled and where easy terms. If laud and timber are al of nature and weaves them in- ernment, openly declare that sold together the value of the timber value unless it has been put to arises where does the talent come to magnificent and costly indus- American invasion would be rethere's joy and neace and glad-me- and for the land' to be paid in from that is to take care of this the test. and where no farewell tears cash. trial fabrics. sisted by a reunited Mexico. It Sreat industrial evolution in this This is? a line body of agricultural The man who agrees with nossire shed. Every young man who ha3 na3 been impossible for Presland, and is well situated, as to roads, country. Our technical schools body thinks every body else is in C. E. S. to churches, schools and in good commaterial. sufficient fundamental schooling ident Huerta are furnishing munity and is well watered for pastur- the wrong. University peace, even though his governFrom the State University o f to enter the State ing stock. Bonds sometimes fluctuate in The sellers reserve the right to Downright Perversity. Kentucky, for a number of years, should not fail to equip himself ment has been recognized by modify the above terms on or before value, even the holy bonds of bhe best possible way through European nations, and his treasthere have gone out into the in- in the day of sale, but if so modified pur- matrimony. ury has been filled by. loans made chasers will be notified before or at dustrial world as remarkable a his State institution for a career by them. Unless peace be soon Lut of sheer perversity the time of sale. set of young engineers as have in which competition will have For the Young Girl. J. W. Sublett, James T. Sublett, established the Huerta govern corporations of the United States been graduated from any uni- the least effect upon his success. Ii. A. Sublett, Ida Bridgwater, persist in being prosperous. E. J. Kerr, Cordie Bailer, country. One of There is a demand for the tech- ment must fall, as its resources No girl should think her ed-s- versity in this Ad. Shirley Baily. engi- are again nearly exhausted, and Although the air resounds with the greatest authorities on heat- nically trained mechanical ucation well begun until supplied, and its relations with the "neutrals" oomplaints of dull times, perseing and ventilating at the , head neer that cannot be KentucRy Fair Dates. knows that she is acquiring the growth of are fast becoming strained. cution and anxiety over political of one of the largest concerns in when the industrial quiet, well bred manner known conditions, these same corporathis country is considered. We Should the great body of Danville, Aug. G 3 days. as poise, which is the subtle ex- New York, is a State University go over to the revhardly think of a condition tions show larger earnings than Blue Grass Fair, Lexingtou, Aug. 11 man. The best practice in in- can pression of beauty and strength 6 days. arising in several generations olutionists, the fall of Huerta ever before, according to the of character, and althoegh many terurban car building has been Aug. 124 days. Burkesville, made to the Corporations that will make it impossible for would be certain. The only way Shepherpsville, Aug. 194 days. young girls may consider it a developed largely through the the well trained mechanical en- he see3 to prevent this is to enTax Division of the Treasury. Columbia, Aug. days. quality rightly belonging to old- -' talent of a Kentucky man who gineer to make a good living and list them in the defense of MexAlthough Wall street is in the Springfield, Aug. 194 days. v Uni204 er people, it is nevertheless, a graduated from the State only to himself, ico against the United States. . dumps, although tariff and curElizabethtown, Aug. 26 3 days. versity in 1897. The greatest be useful, not most lovely attribute of youth. This is undoubtedly the ulteriworld at large. rency reform and Congressional Shelby ville, Aug. 2G 1 days. building establishment in but to the al- car The girl who lacks poise is or purpose of his present encourhave driven Big Frankfort, Sept. 24 days. . investigations Canada has been laid out from ways smoothing her hair, settling agement of insults to American Business to despair of the future Somerset, Sept. 24 days. ma Your Children of Worms inception by a Kentucky en Bardstovvn, Sept. 34 days. neck ribbon, adjusting her its her citizens and injury to their propr of the Republic, the corporations gmeer. The greatest record that You can change fretful, Tompkinsville, Sept. 2 4 'days. belt, crossing and recrossing her children into healthy, happy erty. In it he may succeed, for aave gone on piling up their prof- Monticello, Sepr 9 4 days. was ever made in the cost of youngsters, by ridding them of worms feet. She is twin sister to the its at a rate exceeding all pre- Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, of steel by the United Tossing, rolling grinding of teeth there are evidences that the gigling girl. It is needless t'o production asleep, accompanied at Washington already Sept. 156 drys. vious records Steel Corporation is ac- crying out while thirst, pains in the stom feel that .say what an annoyance it is to be States with intense patience regarding It is ungrateful, it is base, it Scottsville, Sept. 183 days. credited to a Kentuckion. A ach and bowels, feverish and bad long in company of either. Horse Cave, Sept. 244 days. is treacherous in them to flaunt Bowling Gjeen, Sept. 244 days. great deal of the development a breath, are symptoms that indicate Mexico ha3 ceased to be a virtue worms. Kickapoo Worm Killer, ?their prosperity in the faces of Glasgow, Oct. 1 1 days. Farm for Sale. the Anaconda Copper Company pleasant candy lozenge, expels the The Best Medicine In the World. jtheirown prophets of disaster. Hopkinsville, Oct. G 6 days. can be attributed to the splendid worms, regulates the bowels, restores "My little girl had dysentery very 104 acres situated engineering ability of an early your children to health and happiness. bad. I thought she would die. Chamthey had half a sense of deI have a farm of If they were Four year old blooded mare for sale, on Blue Spring Branch, Green county Kentucky graduate, who has Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of Elgin, 111., says: berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea cency and right, if Individuality fine. Sire, Dabnerd for sale. Good house, good barn etc. "I have used Kickapoo Worm Killer Remedy cured her, and I can truth-all- y say that I think it is the beat not utterly consciousless, they Dare, Dam, Minnie Dulworth, both Produces well. been with th:s company for the for years, and entirely rid my children worms. I would not be without medicine in the world, " writes Mrs. registered. Address, of G. H. Squires, :would have made it a rule to last seventeen years. One of ib " Guaranteed. Price 2.1c' Sold hy William Orvis, Clare, Mich For sale T. C. Faulkner, Miami, Ky. ' Jose more money than ever be- by Pau.l drug Co the prominent automobile com Paull Drug Co. Ad. Ad Columbia,Ky. Obituary Commissioner's Sale. fore. They deserve to be re- ging buked by every right-thi-n ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT patriot. Young Men s !. Must Where production the the 20-10- 0) SO-1- Court-hous- to-wi- t: 73-10- 0 -- n, 'Corn-bes- t, with-machine- ry to-da- lov-rin- j ss one-thir- d the re-establ- ish 34-t- f. he -- non-combata- nts re-por- ts au-thorif- ies J 36-2- m & M LW to 2S2fev I ,!?4jtK -- "t ! THE ADAIR COUNTY NUWS Birdseve view of our Plant FIVE GENT MEAL THE STREETS OF NAPLES. SOLVED PROBLEM It Helped Reduce Expenses of r73A .t IA Jf TWeS fc CMJffKK2 ?Llf MM '3&& jml!?J!1T Domestic Science Course, ATTENDANCE 100 PER CENT. Colored High School of Owensboro Among the First to Offer Full Four S "Largest in Dixie" W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. Incorporated Year Instruction In Household Arts. Every Girl Pupil and Several Boys Now Enrolled. Three years ago, when very few high schools in Kentucky were offering a course In domestic science, the Colored High school at Owensboro mde a beginning. The board of education there at that time, like many others in the state, was hampered by a lack of funds. The board also had before it the experience of other schools where, the expense 'account of the domestic science course had proved quite a burden. It was a difficult problem, but the faculty of the high school felt that the work could be put upon a basis that would make it almost self sustaining. Today the Colored High school of Owensboro has a four year course in domestic science and will graduate seven girls that have taken this full course. During these four years only three girls have failed to take the course, and this year 100 per cent of the girls in the high school take domestic science. Besides these girls. It might be well to add that there are eight boys enrolled in the classes, so that the figures should really read 100 per cent plus. A five cent dinner and lunch counter handled by the domestic science department have made this splendid work possible. The cost of material in both cooking and sewing classes has been met each year by the board of education paying a deficit of about ?5 a month. The preparation of this five cent dinner would seem to be a definite loss in some of the technical training, but it appears otherwise when one visits the school. It appears to be of absolute value in the general training, as the girls are used in small relays, so that each girl in the school comes to this special work once a week. The class book, which Is carefully kept, shows exactly the work the pupil has done each time she has been on duty for a dinner and luncheon. If she has made biscuit and after ward cleaned the stove this week the next sne win prooaoiy prepare a saiaa and clean the refrigerator. In the Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Notice All Pesrons Who One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Are Behind I J They Are the Workshops of the People In the Poorer Quarters. The ancient city of Naples has always been more celebrated for its beauty and Interest of Its surroundings than for its own attractiveness or scenic advantages. The charm of Naples Itself lies In its life the careless, open air life of its people, with much of it passed almost wholly out of doors under the gaze of the passerby. The Neapolitan Is the most buoyant light hearted creature In the world W.d. it must be added', about 'the most indolent. The streets are bright and moving pictures. Many of the people, men. women and children when these latter are not innocent of any clothing are garbed in strange and somewhat gaudy costume, with bright colored kerchiefs on their heads. In the poorer and more populous quarters all handicrafts and occupations are carried on out of doors, and the streets are as busy as beehives. Tailors are seen at their work, and carvers of lava, tortoise shell and coral articles, makers of statuary, women sewing, cooking and performing all their domestic duties, men, women and children eating, sleeping, chattering, playing, singing, all In the open. There is no cessation to the noise and bustle in the streets from early morning, when the tinkle of goat bells starts the day, until the evening, when countless mandolin players, wandering from house to bouse, from trattoria to cafe, "singing for their supper" of macaroni and red wine the famous old love songs of Naples and popular operatic airs. All day long the rattle of wheels, the cracking of whips, the furious shout-iD- g of drivers, the jingle of the elaborately decorated harness, the cries of innumerable street hawkers, the playing of military bands as regiments march through the streets, fill the air with a not unpleasant and thoroughly Neapolitan din. American Travelers' Magazine. BREVITY HOME GARDEN LUBS 0B0WIN0 Gampfire Girls of Louisville Lots. EXPERT. SUNDAY SCHOOLS: HELP EDUCATION Suggestions by Louisville mercial Club. BENEFITS OF Kentucky Sunday School AssociationHas Done Excellent Work, and Its Influence Can Be Extended Through the Efficient Aid of Public SchooV Teachers and Superintendents. - Com- Use Vacant ADVICE FROM AN Children Taught to Help Furnish Their Own Tables With Fresh Vegetables. Idea Is Spreading to Country Towns. Future Men and Women In Close Contact With Growing Things. I ! The continual cry, "Back to the soil," that is heard in the newspapers and magazines is keeping the attention of the people In the country as well as those in the city fixed on gardening and farming. This is not only true of the small town and the back country, but it is also true of our big cities, for home garden clubs are growing in pop ularity and in numbers each season. This spring the city of Louisville The educational wave is rising in. our old state. For a long time each, and every organization that was helping the movement has been Now there is a desire-tget together. The following report of a special committee on the work: of the Sunday school association andY. that of the Louisville Commercial club, working-independentl- o will explain itself. ciation ! organized a home garden club that gardening among men, women and children, and especially the children, might be pushed. That the work might be real and that definite results might be obtained, vacant lots were secured at various points and model gardens The Kentucky Sunday School assohas a splendid organization Every county has some form of organization. Many of the people who are interested in all the best interests of the county are numbered among: those who are connected with this association. These persons can be giv en a broader view of what the Sunday school, the public school and the home could do for the entire community, reaching into the physical, men-tal- . social and spiritual development. Not only the city pastors, but the rural pastors, who are in a measure' leaders in the communities, are con nected with the Sunday School association, and in many cases the public school teachers, superintendents of the county schools and others engaged lu educational work. The Commercial club is reaching' through its wide system of publicity, the prizes it has been offering,' and" the correspondence conducted, many who are interested in truest education, but whose viewpoint is different from that of Sunday school workers. The Kentucky Sunday School holds conventions in almost every county in the state every year, attended by thousands of the bettei citizens. In addition to this severer? hundred district conventions and nearly a thousand rallies and conferences, are held. This association also publishes the Kentucky Sunday School Reporter with a circulation of about. 5,000 per month. These two organizations could great' ly strengthen and advance the work both are doing by securing one or more persons in each county who would rep resent both organizations. Under tit direction of such persons a survey of" many counties might be made, finding the present conditions and forming o common basis for future work. At the conventions held time could be giver for the discussion of topics of vital interest for the upbuilding of the community, school, home and Sunday school and the length of the convention be increased to two entire days-Th- e same thing could be done in district convention, rallies and institute By holding conference.- - where a wider range of topics would le presented each would be able to reach many, that have not yet become inturesietL Then each could help the other. Therefore we suggest: on all proFirst That in grams of institutes, conventions rallies there be given a topic raJatif?: to the corelatiou of secular and education in the state ato.ig !il nite lines and that this topic ! to a person well iufonaed : both religious and secular education. In such way thero miulit ! tin of bringiim to the attcnlim of people who have never thought ot the matter the valno of such correlation. Because of the wide ty which the Sunday school speaker has of reaching audiences in the state this would be the snret way of :iruus ing enthusiasm, disseminating infornm.-tioand removing prejudice. Second. That in the future at alft electing conventions district conuty and state there be chosen saperin-endent- s who shall promote the of secular and religious educational forces along definite lines. Third. That whenever opportunitiesarise the possibility of the use of the church as a social center be emphasized and encouraged, making a possible opening for the dissemination. or educational ideas. ass&-elatio- n the-futur.s-sign- ed -- APPRECIATED. WiH have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once I liC iovernmem Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week A Splendid W- Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone 13 A A k'lVU CENT MEAL. Clubbing Bargain OFfcr DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST rooms in Jeffries It might be urged that a high school is not a vocational school, and that our schools are not preparing girls for Columbia, lunch room service. This is. all true, but the greatest indictment brought And against our schools today is that they do not give our boys and girls-- a grip on live, real, everyday things. The Q. P. SMYTHE work in this school seems to give this nnd at the same time helps to sustain for itself while giving all the pupils something that is wholesome to eat at a PIRE INSURANCE remarkably low price. There are high schools all over the Both One and country that cannot afford domestic Year science. There are many others where REAL ESTATE Only the girls are doing laboratory domestic For science, and a large percentage of the Subscriptions may pupils go to the corner grocery or a cheap confectionery for their nooi. or renewal luncheon. What The Weekly Enquirer Is The value as well as the economy of serving the children with an appetizSubscription pric It is issued every Thursday. ing, inexpensive meal, scientifically metSi peryear. and it is one of the best home facHi-tieropolitan weeklies of fcwlay. It has all the will drill wells in Adair and prepared, is obvious. Their health is I conserved and a practical course to of the great HAILY ENQUIRER for obtainreason can adjoining counties. See me be- domestic science is made possible. ing tlie World's en nts. and for that news. It carries a great give you all the lev! Is it not possible to gain both things Latest amount of valuable immatter. crispt editorials fore contracting. at the same time by a carefully premarket reports. Its nuand reliable machinery of all kinds. pared course of study? a necessity to every merous departments m. It certainly is worth thinking about, or business ma home, farm Pump Repairing Done. Give for people everywhere are looking to you to Tnis grand offer is limited and we advise the school for more real every day eftaKe advantage by subscribing for the above com me a Call. up Stairs. The Adair County News Office, Front BTd'g oratory quantities. course of the school year she will have covered a certain definite amount of practical housekeeping work. There is the added value that she has prepared this food In quantities sufficient for an ordinary family, and not in lab- Japanese Courtesy Was a Bore to Both Oriental and Englishman. Oriental courtesy takes up a great deal of time and on that account is not always appreciated in western lands, as is shown in the following extract from Yoshio Markino's book on Englishwoman, "Miss John Bull," in which he says: t "I used to live in Greenwich, and thence I attended to the Japanese naval office in the morning, then to the night school of the Goldsmith institute. It was nearly 11 o'clock every night when I arrived at my diggings. I was deadly tired. The landlord asked me every evening: " 'How were you getting on with your work today?' j "I always answered him every smalt detail of my work at the office and the school. One day I said to my landlady: '"Why is your husband giving me You such a troublesome question? see, I often feel too tired to answer.' "She patted me and said: " 'My poor boy, you need not give him all information of yffur work. It tfOr" enstom to say "How are you getting on?" and if you simply say "All right" that will be quite enough.' "The next evening the old man put the same question to me. At first I rather hesitated because I thought such an abrupt answer might offend ' him, but I got courage at last when I saw his wife giving me some sign in her eyes. I shouted loudly, 'All right!' To my surprise, the old man seemed more satisfied than to hear the details. "Since this event I began to Incline to have more friendship with John Bnllesses than John Bulls!" I HOME GAKDEN CLUB UIKLS. ; planted. A. man who had practical ex-- ; perience was engaged to take charge, of the work and te now busy moving from place to place suggesting plans and methods by which the children' can help furnish their own tables with vegetables fresh from their own gardens. The photo which accompanies this article was taken on the outskirts oft Louisville, where a group of four Camp fire Girls have a model four plot garden, This work will have a vital effect upon the men and women of tomorrow by giving them an understanding and a growffi'wlifcKainTy'lcofue through close contact with the soil and grow ing things. Education is gradually shifting to a rational use of books, and a fuller use of the life which the child j leads in the garden, in the home, and under blue skies. It means an education that makes red blood throb in young veins; it means an education that does things In the everyday world; it means an education that is close to the primitive; it means an education that fits the child for life. i ! i ' "BACK TO THE j SOIL" Kentucky The Cincinnati r Weekly Enquirer dllJtJ WELL DRILLER Chilling Prospect. It was in Lincolnshire, and the guard of the train at the preceding Junction had been attentive to a gentleman whose luggage he noticed was labeled to an out of the way little station a few miles beyond. On reaching the traveler's destination the guard, having carefully deposited the gentleman's traps on the platform in acknowledgment of a generous tip, solemnly grasped the donor's hand and feelingly shook it This, unusual move raised the curiosity of the passenger, who asked the meaning of it The guard answered significantly: ""Well, sir, you never can tell. I have left several gentlemen such as you at this forsaken hole, but never picked one ug. Goodness only knows what becomes of them, I don't" London Telegraph. Fixing the Guilt. Following Tim, who was following a pair of horses, the owner of the farm noticed that the drills Tim had been running out for potatoes were strange"Tim," he said, "these drills are very trooked." "Faith, they are now," assented Tim. "but you should have seen them this mornln' before th' sun warped them." ly I ' I Movement Can Be Aided by Modern Ideals and Methods. The effort to better rural conditions is touching a fundamental problem of American life. The "back to the soil" igitation can have little permanent effect until we go back to the tiller of the soil with the inspiration and en- lightenment of modem ideals and methods. We must carry the message into every fertile valley and to every mountain side: we must get back from the traveled roads and the steam and electric lines; we must reach the little iurilitfwl cnhrbrAlhrmcDC opiw-rtuni- 1 n flm fvinnf-ri- s im-yrov- ed t- irregular. bination right now. Call or mail orders to. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. ficiency. A " WAITED: 3g.tf 75,000 Good Boards. J. C. YATES A. L. Garrett. FOR SALE: One good milk cow. 1 good rubber tire runabout, and a lot of good boards. A. L. Garrett. 36tf ii. h. jo$es Stupid. rut in the road is bad enough, but "I wish I was half as beautiful as a rut in your life work is Infinitely fair Edith worse. Get out of the rut and come Miss Brown," remarked the to Green. to Louisville April 30, May 1, 2 and S, d to the annual meeting of the Kentucky Educational associa forty-secon- Don't Get nto a Rut. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist tion. It'll Peafowls Wanted. $1.50 to $2.00 each W. T. Hodgen. Campbellsville, Ky. and see some of the old ones again. It'll do you good to see and know that ears experience. Special attention Kentucky is thoroughly alive educagiven to Surgical and Dental work. tionally. It'll do you good to see over fi.OOO people together who are InterestOffice at residence near Graded School ed in education. If never there, you ught to go. building. If ever there, you'd want to gp. PHONE HOt7WI do you good to meet 'new faces Mr. "Well, ypn are, you know," replied Green thoughtlessly. Then he wondered why she suddenly rose and left him. She Could Spend. am a millionaire. Haven't I money enough for both of as? She Tes, If you are moderate in your tastes New York Sun. He I Mind is th? partial side of man. Th" heart is evrtything. RIvarol. The Truant Law. When this law is so openly set ate naught as to bring a particular case lathe attention of the public it is time-th- at a halt was called and the malefactor made to suffer for his shortcomings. The sending of a child tc xVpril 2. school is a moral duty, and when this moral duty is neglected by those How to whose duty It Is to observe it- Is the Our public schools are not what they duty of the authorities to step in andi should be by any means mainly be- take a hand. We want to say ' that cause of the disinterestedness of the the county superintendent's attentions parents. Is absolutely is called to some flagrant violation, and'l necessary if you would have a success- she is compelled to act the strong- ful school taught in your community. of the law will fall in no gentle armi man Show your Interest by visiting your ner upon the shoulders. of tha malefacschool. Get acquainted with the teach- tor. Better send the kiddies to sphool er, learn her strong as well as her which Is your duty, and where they? weak point and let her understand that belong and thereby fulfill your you are interested. Let the children obligation as well as avoid' a- moral' also know that you place r 7alue upon with the Bchool anthorities.v-JCentr- a conflict their work. Berry Citizen. Record. Ken-tuckiaAid-Schoo- ls. - churches and every other agency that can be a source of help. We can give the schoolteacher and the itinerant preacher a hroader viewpoint and deeper interest in the welfare of their charges an interest deeper because more practical and more hopeful. Nor must we rest with this. A striking feature of the new movement is the determined effort to show the business man in the city- - that he has a point of intimate contact with the farmer that in mutual help is to be found advantage for both. We like this work because It is based on sound social lines. It is in harmony with the finest ideals of the time. There is immense satisfaction to in finding the old state assuming a place of leadership in an undertaking so splendid and so promising. Editorial in Louisville Herald. - , Fourth. That at the state conven5-tio- n this work be made a distinct feature of the program and if possible a. ., department session be given It. if - j 4-TBErADAIR COUNTWEWS ' line 154 miles 442,000 Elmar. He is the only one that tain its standing and advance its Mr. C. C. Traylor is going to srd light (hf strut hair "How much was that all to- I could get to do any thing; for JBurze interests. A ticket can be so give up the post office at this are often mistalo ud, while Published Every Wednesday made as to need no appology or place. He has made us a good gether, Uncle Bill?" , me. I got him to bring me one auburn is sometimes applied to "Wait, I just got this letter bucket of I water. He is my defense for support next Novem- post master for some time. BY THE the most glaring shades of brick ber. It is a family contest, Miss Vashti Marrs was the and I'll have to do some figuring,' man. red. $ Adair County News Company. brother against brother, so to guest of Miss Hattie Bloyd one and he got a stub' of a lead pen( Incorporated.) I .The French scientist. M. Giro-uarParcel Past Changes, cil from his vest 'pocket. After ' speak, and the deadly weapons night last week. f7 asserts that all quite a time he announced with IHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. of misrepresentation and money Mr. and Mrs. Willis Powell, of Plans for the extension, im- women are of a jealous can not produce good. We hope Glensfork visited relatives at pride and satisfaction, "If you vBcmccr&tic newspaper devoted to the inthey have blood add in the $213,200 for the Mays-vill- e provement and reduction of rates treet oJ thg City of Columbia and the people that no supporter of any one will this place last week. A.fia!rand adjacent counties. road, that makes $1,758,322 of the parcel post were announced that is warmer and runs more allow his zeal to lead him beyond Mrs. Rosa Bell Garrett of this that was given in State Aid way last Saturda by Postmaster Gen- swiftly in their veins than wothe limits of a square deal. The as Entered at the Columbia Fair-pla- y place, visited relatives at class mall matter. back yonder before iand was eral Burleson. Til e charges, men with blond or dark hair. Democratic nomination does not last week. worth much and before there which are to become effective on They are impulsive, guarantee election next Jail, reWED. JULY 30, 1913. gardless of the division of its opMr. and Mrs. S. E. Bryant, of was any factories or big business August 15. include an increase but affectionate. They make from eleven pounds to twenty good friends, but bad enemies. ponents. Victory in November Waterview, visited relatives at to tax." THE PRIMARY. d girls are as a rule "Why do you reckon they done pounds in the maximum weight depends largely on the conduct this place last week. of parcels; a material reduction popular with the men, for they It is not the purpose of The of the present contest, and as Mr. J. F. Irvin of Bakerton, it, Uncle Bill?" News to attempt to prescribe a wild as this statement may ap- visited relatives at this place "Because they had more every in the postage rates in the first generally have beautiful smooth,, course of action in the closing pear to some, time will prove its last week. day common horse sense than we and second zones, and the aban- white skins and a beautiful comhours of the present contest. It correctness. With due caution Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Irvinj of got, I reckon. They was sharp donment of the parcel post map plexion. does not clam to be able to re- exercised in selecting the strong- Bakerton, visited Mr. and Mrs. enough to see that it wasn't any as a means of computating rates ElBut remember, girls, peal the future, but standing est men for each place on our J. F. Lloyd, last Sunday. tax; but an investment to boost and the substitution for it of a beauty is only skin deep. If you rate chaet individualized to every have red hair, try to curb your for the best interest of the Dem- ticktt, the men least assailable Miss Willie Wood visited Mr. the price of their land." ocratic party and the public in by our opponents, the stronger "I reckon that's so, Uncle po3toffice in the United States. temper and forget to be jealous. and Mrs. Joe Sparks last Sungeneral, it is not the mouthpiece will be the Democratic position. While, for the present, the Bill." day. of any candidate, and the follow- As to the strongest men, the "Sure, it's so. The poorer maximum weight limit of twenty A ball game was played at The same fellow who is playing is given for what it may be ones best fitted for the various your land the more you need a pounds and the reduction of rates ing Breeding last Saturday evening. ball with the kids in the lot worth to the party in this coun- positions, is not a matter for the road to make it sell. If it is will apply only to the first and 13, in fanext door is the same "boy" who ty. Earlier in the campaign the News to state. This is left to The game stood 22 to first class land and off the road, second zones, from any given grunted of the Breedings. about a lame back every attention of our candidates was the judgment of every man to vor you can sell it; but if it's poor postoffices a distance of about time his wife suggested that the Miss Julia Bet Lloyd visited called to the importance of a determine, which ought to be and off the road, you're ud 150 miles the changes directed side walk needed shoveling last clean contest. It was stated done withgdue consideration for Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lloyd Sun- against it. Most of our land constitute the first long step towinter. that the best citizens of this victory next fall and for good day. well, it's poor enougn to need a wards a universal extension of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sparks vis- road to county whre not inclined to pay officialsjthereafter. Its a Demmake it sell for a good the system and a genQral reducAdair county farmers should Rube Wood last Sunday eve. detribute to frauds or political tion in the rates of postage on down theirstock and get some of rub stiff price." ocratic contest and it ought to ited the bauchery, and If we are not mis- be conducted on the broad plans money that will be handed out during-thcourse, everybody knows parcel matter. "Of Some Road Figures. fair. taken stronger proof of the cor- of Democratic principles both by that good roads are neeeed and Time to be Taxed. rectness of this position now ex- contestants and supporters alike. Quarterly meeting was held at n needed bad." As Uncle Bill came out of the last Saturday and Sunday. PreSo, in summing up, what Let the truth have the broadest ist. "Well, then, if all of us know every siding Elder Hogard preached on SunI n Frankfort-on-Mai- n any man or set of sway and every man do what he post office with a letter in his we ought to have good roads, will it profit day. men to win a nomination and can to correct and suppress any hand, the discussion of the tariff and we know they'd improve the person of a responsible age is supposed to be well enough off Eld. II. E. Smith, of Glasgow, will loose the election next fall? false rumors that may be start- lulled, and one of the men yelled, price of land, all we got to do is to pay for his own timekeeper, assist Eld. Z. T. Williams in a revival " Thus it is likely to be unless cool ed, whether favorable or unfa "Uncle Bill meeting at Cane Va'lej beginning to nna out tne cneapest way, be it a guaranteed chronometer he first Sund ay in August. The old man's face wrinkled and deleberate action, rather vorable to those of his choice. isn't it?" e water clock. Conor an impulsive sup- Truth can not be crushed, false- into a smile as he held up his than The News is one day this week, "Yep." sequently the city authorities see on account of finishing latethe ballots hand and said, ''Hold on, hold up port is the measure of results. hood can not avail permanent "Well, then, if anybody's got no reason why superfluous clocks on, I know what you want to o Adair and Eussell counties. "The Democratic party in this good. a better and a easier way than which show their faces in the ask. You see this letter, it's Bryan, a son of Mr. county has been in the back State Aid, just trot it out and street should not be taked, and and Mrs. Solomon McFarland, died got just the answers you want, A CARD. ground for twenty years. It all right." all the more so as they seldom last Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. I'll bet a hat." He pulled the I'm for it has made many commendable agree with each other. letter from its envelope, adjust There are about as many objectionstruggles with no hope of suc- My fellow Republicans: Rovers X Roads. The tax proposed is one of able features to a primary asthereare d spectacles ed his cess. Through all the past it It is generally known that I to a convention. Go in and take jour from 30 shillings to 60 shillings medicine. steared its course without fac- am a candidate to represent the and continued, "You recollect Id uncle Bill Garr is much standing for 16th district in the next Senate that about a week or ten days better this week. He is able to yearly. It is to be levied, not tional troubles, Local Market. Democracy in its broadest sense, of Kentucky, and I desire ago all of us here at the store walk around some. He is much m accordance witn tne inaccuracy of each individual clock, but but now when division of its old through the press, to appeal to was talking about State Aid for better The rest of our sick are according to size. antagonist has opened wide the my friends, asking them to sup- road building. Some of you fel- getting better this week. 12 Eggs lows asked a whole lot of quesiO Hens road to victory, when insur- port me at the August primary Girl. The Mrs. Cook is visiting her chil14 ,.,..,.. tions. One of 'em was, what Chickens mountable obstructions have for the nomination. dren in Columbia this week. 4 Cocks some of the roads in this State 7 been removed, certainly comyou red hair? Then con Turkeys Have Addie Helm has got a new girl, I have been a Republican ever cost the government." 7 Geese mendable condnct ought to pre- since and before I reached my and Mrs. Cook must go and stay sider this. There are several de S Ducks "Have you got the figure?" vail and thus stear dear of the majority active in every camgrees of color in hair that are in IS Wool spring clipping with it a week. "Yep, I just went home and lr, troubles that threaten division paign, doing my utmost to addiscriminately called "red", andi Hides (green) I am just in from Caseyc oun- 45 Feathers got and defeat. No accusation is vance the interest of the party wrote up to Frankfort and in this connection the qualities Ginseng 5 50 Say, there 're ty. have been traveling forty to apply to any that I have been identified with 'em straight. here intended 25 Beeswax that are supposed to go with red any partic- since I was in my teens. I feel more of 'em an they are bigger years, and I don't think that I hair depend tp a great extend to YellowRoot 2c0 one candidate or to 2 (per lb) thought they was. I'm ever saw as light crops as they the particular tone or shade. May Apple ular supporter, but to one and all that I canwin'at the final elec- than I got in Casey county. It have alike. Rumors of various sorts tion, and I appeal to nfy friends going to read 'em out, if you has not rained but a very little are now afloat. Combinations to be atlthe polls'on August 2d want 'em?" there all summer. are alleged to exist. Assertions andvote forfmy nomination. If and the "Sure we do" Jame3 Sullivan and wife are made that money will be you will turn out and support group drew closer about Uncle bought ninety acres of land from - used. We have found many of me, I will consider it a great fa- Bill as he seated himself cauDock Barnes here at Rowe's X these rumors founded on suspi- vor, and besides I will ever feel tiously on a nail keg. IN Roads, for about $2,000 last and, in fact, so far, not grateful. cion, "Well, I find that way back in week. they TZi able to 3ay from whence Thanking you before hand, I 1821 Kentucky gave $1,000 to Bill Cook bought one milk cow zr came. An animated contest, one am your obedient servant, improve the grade over For Sale of life and activhy, may be exHill. That was part of and calf from Dr. Barger, for L. T. Neat. ad pected and is not detrimental to the Lexington to Nashville road. $50. Also cr any party organization if conBeck's Store. Ad Aaron, of Glenville, was in But later when the people began In Campbellsville ducted by fair and honorable to build sure enough macadam to see me this week. I am al Crops are looking bad in this See N. W. MILLER'S Real Estate Agency means, but false reports and unroads, the State put the- money ways glad to see any of uncle community on account of not fair methods can not work to the up in big chunks, when they Abe Aaron's family. Campbellsville, Ky., having any rain. good of the party regardless of built the road from Lexington to Bill Cook is getting Em Brad Before buying. Several people are attending they may nominate, and of who she gave $78,122. ley's house well along. Will Frankfort, the Sulphur Spring now. It is a dis; the man or set of men who miles of soon have it under roof. That was twenty-seve- n fine place to enjoy yourself. regard public demands may reroad. Then here are the other Mrs. Josey Lasenby and her School is progressing nicely is too late, the alize, after it roads: daughter, Lennie, spent a day cost of his mistake. The people under the control of Prof. Noah Frankfort to Louisville 236 W. Jefferson, St. with Thomas Hadley's famiiy who must decide the contests .boy. ne nas ob scnoiars enLouisville, Ky. $65,000 52 miles this week. Miss Lennie has to know the facts, rolled. .are entitled Covington to Lexington All Things Electrical j much improved in health the last or unfavoRev. J. R. Marrs is holding a whether favorable 200,000 85 miles two weeks. Write for rable. Now is the time to meas- - revival meeting at Winfrey's Louisville, Frankfort to ' jxxe the difference between the Chapel. Sarah Ann Blair is here on a Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet' Crab Orchard 123 visit. seek the nomination 3nen who t Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Winfrey, 260,000 miles Telegraph Inst. Well, this is the last week for and later an election. We are in who have been sick for some Louisville, Bardstown tt. Telephone rpasltion to make the strongest time, are no better. the candidates. We will all be to Tennessee line 144 t Medical Battery 500,000 glad when the election is over, miles ticket the party has had for Miss Ellen Burbridge, of Fair-plaa then my little dog will get to rest. Electric Light Bowling visited Miss Georgia Gar- Louisville, jamany years and to give this Green to Tennessee week. I want you all to vote for Dave rs Linemen Tools and Line Material j!&. county officials that will main- - rett last HE ADAIR COUNTY HEWS I . d, red-hair- ed disposi-tjonjbecau- se -. Post-offi- ce sec-.-c- fl hot-tempere- d, Red-haire- that I Mill-tow- old-tim- hot-head- ed two-year-o- ld - silver-rimme- Tc-d.i- y. Red-Haire- d '. Good Farm s Taylor and Adjoining Counties Nice Resident Property A Mul-droug- hs - Herman C Tafel y, V .t SEZ THE ADAlk COUNTY NEWS ANNOUNCEMENTS 5- . Democratic voters of said county, pressed at the August primary. ex- - For County Judge. We are authorized to announce W. T. McFARLAD a candidate for County Judge of Adair county, subjec to the action of the Progressive Re publican 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 marj Attorney for Russell County, subject to the action o f the Republican voters of said county, at the coming August primary. J. H. Stone. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. LIL-BURN Lindsey-Wilso- n A Training Safe Place To Put Your Ch.Idren : School r pv35s Iff are authorized to announce that TANNER OTTLEY is a candidate for Judge of the Adair County Court, subject to the expression of Democrats at the August primary, We 1913. 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. We are authorized to announce PHELPS a candidate to represent 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 of Adair county, at the NoWe are authorized to announce Dr. vember lection. John D. 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. jSRV"" . 'V - 2V -- - , ' We are authorized to announce G. A. BRADSHAW a candidate for Asof the We are authorized to announce J. sessor, subject to the action county, Maj. J. W. Ottley has returned from Democratic voters of Adair W. TUPMAN a candidate for Judge of expressed at the August primary. Cincinnati. Adair county court, subject to the will of the Democratic voters of Adair Mr. J. R. Luttrell, Font Hill, was county, at August primary. FOR SENATOR. Personals. the here Friday. 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 County Attorney,, subject to tha action of the Democratic voters of Adair, expressed at the August primary. candi-date-for Mr. W. D. King was here the first We are authorized to announce L. of the week. T. NEAT, of Adair county, is a candidate to represent the 16th SenatoriMiss Virgie Tupman is at home al district in the next Senate of Kentucky, subject to the action of the from Horse Cave. Republican party, as expressed at the Mr. N. B. Falkenburg, Jamestown, August primary. The district is comwas here Thursday. posed of the counties of Adair, Cumberland, Clinton. Rnssell and Wayne. Hugh Sharp" was down from Jamestown Wednesday. We are authorized to announce E. Mr. G. P. Smythe was in CumberM. COX, of Albany, a candidate tor land county last week Senatt in this the lGth Senatorial district; subject to the action of the Mr. Rollin Hurt re"turned from Republican party in the August priFrankfort a few days ago. mary. ' i We authorized to announce R. L CAMPBELL a candidate for County Attorney of Adair, subject to the ac- J. 0. EWING, of Cumberland Mrs. U. L. Taylor is some better tion of the Democratic voters at the county, a Democratic candidate August primary. for the State Senate in the 16th but is yet confined to her room. district, subject to the action of Mr . Lilburn Voils, o f Russell FOR SHERIFF. the voters of said party at the Springs, was here Saturday. We are authorized to announce August primary. Mr. B. T. Marshall, traveling salesJOHNM. WOLFORD a candidate for man, was here last Thursday. Sheriff of Adair county, subject to the FOR ASSESSOR. action of the Progressive Republican Mr. M. E. Smith. Amandayille, was party, expressed at the August primaWe are authorized to announce R. A in Columbia the lirst of the week tifj ry. WAGGENER a candidate for the Mr. Jo E Lane, Glasgow, called to with Mr. Butler's brothers, near town Democratic nomination for Assessor We are authorized to announce S. H of Adair county subject to tne action see our merchants a few days ago. They will also visit friends in ColumMITCHELL a candidate for sheriff, of the August primary. Rev. W. R. Waggoner, Campbells-ville- , bia. of Adair county, subject to the action Mr. O. A. Popplewell and Mr. B. H. ( of the Democratic voters of said was here the lirst of the week. county, expressed at the August pri- , We are authorized to announce J. D. EUBANK, of Little Cake precinct, a Mr. T. B. Loy, Russell Springs, mary. 1913. candidate for Assessor, subject to the made Columbia a business call Friday. returning from Bowling Green The Democratic voters at the August priformer has been in the Business UniWe are authorized to announce A. A mary. Miss Dora Eubank has returned from versity, the latter in the Normal deMILLER a candidate for Sheriff of a visit to relatives on Cumberland partment. Adair county, subject to the DemoWe are authorized to announce cratic primary to be held in August. ERNEST CUNDIFF a candidate for river J. F. Claycomb and children arrived Assessor of Adair county, subject to Mr. Wm Irvine, Russell Springs, is Thursday afternoon from Sturgis, Ky ABSOLUTELY IN THE HEART We are authorized to announce the action of the Progressive Republi visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. H. Wil- They stopped with Mrs. Claycomb's BURT EPPERSON, of Montpelier, a can party, expressed at the August son. OF THE i FIRE PROOF aunt, Mrs. Sarah Rradshaw. Rev. candidate for the Democratic nomina- primary. THEATRE, tion for Sheriff of Adair County, subEUROPEAN Count Stults left Monday for Lan- Claycomb will come later and remain ject to the August primary. We are authorized to announce caster and will till a position in the a week or two. SHOPPING AND PLAN ONLY JAKE CHELF a candidate for Assess- depot, OFFICE DISTRICT Mr. Josh Butler, a tine citizen, imthat city. FOR COUNTY CLERK. or of Adair county, subject to the action of the Democratic voters of said Edgar Reed left Saturday for Louis proves very slowly, a statement we very We are authorized to announce county, expressed at the August pri- ville, and will be absent until the regret to make. He has been a many WALKER BRYANT a candidate for mary. active man all his life, and his middle of this week. County Court Cleric, subject to the friends would be glad to againsee him action of the Democratic voters of Miss Grace Conover will return from stirring in the affairs of the county. We are authorized to announce J- Adair count', expressed at the August primary. N. SQIRES a candinate for the nomi Monticello and Bradfordsville the latLouisville's Most Modern Hotel Master Gowdy Durham, son of Mr. nation for Assessor of Adair county, ter part of this week. J R. Durham, Campbellsville, and a Ve are authorized to announce L. subject to the action of the RepubliMr. and Mrs. L. L. Eubank return- nephew of Mr. R. H. Durham, this Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Loalsville, Y. GABBERT a candidate for County can party at the August primary. you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a ed from a visit to Boyle and Hardin place, visited at the Durham home Court Clerk of Adair County, subject new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other counties the middle of last week. to the action of the Progressive Relast week. He is cen years old and first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are publicans of said county. exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent weighs 112 pounds. When an infant SURVEYOR. Miss Mary Triplett, who has typhoid Restaurant service fever, makes butlittle if any improve- he was thought to be a victim of pul- Jailer. The Cafe is in charge of Experts jjki tin. Elecantly Furnished Room? with hot nnd I hereby announce myself a candi- ment. A trained nurse has arrived. i monary trouble. cuisine and service is unexcelled. Our M ftft cold running water and private date for Surveyor of Adair county, at sJ-.prices are most r.nro5aBV!r.i, toilet, per day Mr. J. F. Montgomery was in James To the Democrats of Adair County, the August primary subject to the acMr. S. C. Neat left Thursday for "ach but choice of 3uC person town on legal business the lirst of the Elegantlv Furnished Rooms with Qj SA hereby announce my candidacy for tion of the Republican party. Springs, where he exCrab Orchard I v Private Bath.perday Tabic d'hote lnnclieon from ZQq E G. HAiimviCK. pected to sojourn a week or ten days. week. Jailer of Adair County subject to the I've?etami;""'e $2.00, $2.50, and $3.00 Ql IJA action of Democrats in the August Mrs Nannie Flowers is on the sick sa.vv Mrs. Margaret Osborne, of Chicago, 8:00p.m., perpTou 1 will use all primarj'. If nominated, Large Sample Rooms with C9 Cft FOK MAGISTRATE. av 111., is visiting Mrs. Pricilla Dohoney. list. Rathskeller open froa 4:C0 p. m. to per day Private Bath, honorable means in my power to adShe has many relatives i n Adair Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City Miss Edna Chewning is visiting her vance the interest of my associates Reservation should be made whenever possible. and if elected will discharge the We are authorized t o announce county. mother atRomine. duties of the ollice impartially, I ask HENRY HUDSON a candidate for Mr. T. A. Hale, Mrs. Margaret ROBT. B. JONES. Manage. GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Msr. your support. the Democratic nomination for Magis- - Perryman and Miss Lizzie Petty, all Miss Mollie Caldwell is visiting at Yours truly S. G. Denny. Hotel. Patten, Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotei. Assubt (opcnaIayL?,l&ld), narmony of Russell Springs, were here las her old home, Portland, this county. j trate in the Glensfork and Atlanta, Qa., tinder same management and OTvnerthip. district, subject to the August pri Thursday. Mr. W. D. Jones i etu rued to KnoxWe are authorized to announce J. Z. mary. EESS333E3f ville the lirst of the week. PICKETT a candidate for Jailer of Mrs H. V. Denver, of Lexington, Adair county, subject to the action of Mrs. W. T Ottley has returned Tenn., arrived last week and will rethe voters of the Progressive RepubliParties receiving their mai n tar Russell County Announcements. Foxes Wanted. main a month or two with her moth- from Burkesville. can party, expressed at the August routes, under a ruling o' the pot of-primary. er, Mrs. M. E. Marcum. Mr. Cassius Cheatham and Miss rice department, must give the local For Jailer. Mr. B. H. Gilpin and wife and Mrs. Alice Walker. Mr Wade Helm and post master a Grey Foxes 3.50, Red Foxes S5.GCP written notice to delivWe are authorized to announce LUMiss Ella Walker were at the Griffin er Robert Gowdy, Campbellsville, were Minks 56.00 to 5S.00 each; Ccons 81.25 THER BELL a candidate for Jailer, their mail to the carrier subject to the action of the Democrat-i-s We are authorized to announce in Columbia a few days ago, enroute Springs last Sunday. and express. Send iame of your ex A few peaches have been on the voters of Adair county at the August SAM HART a candidate for Jailer of from Burkesville. Mr. A R. Feese. of near Cane Valpress office in lirst letter. primary. market, but they were faulty, and if Russell county, subject to the action Mr. W. D. Jones and wife visited at ley, was in Columbia Monday. W. T. Hodgen, there are any good ones in the count v of the voters of the Republican party Pellyton last week. They will leave Mr. W R. Shepherd, of Humble, We are authorized to announce C expressed at the primary August 2nd, Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. they have not been brought, to sight. Ad. for their home in Knoxville the mid- Ky., was here the first of the week. G. JEFFRIES a Democraticcandidate 1913. ones sold for one dollar The inferior dle of this week. for Jailer of Adrir county, subject to. M r, Paul Vardeman, who has been It is to be hoped that the primary' per bushel the voters of said party at the August Miss May Duncan, sister of Mrs. Jo visiting Mr. Ernest Harris, has rewill be conducted in such a manner as1 primary: The Roberts meeting closed Sunday to leave no soreness. Russell, who is a trained nurse, located turned to Frankfort. Assessor. night. During its progress about tifty in Louisville, is now with Miss Mary Mr. J. W. Flowers will return from persons made professions, a rom Here We are authorized to announce Triplett, who has typhoid fever. For Sale. Oliver Willis a .candidate for the Sulphur Well they go to Hiseville, Barren county. Mrs. Amanda Nell and two daughtWe are authorized t o announce Democratic nomination for Jailer of Mr. J. P. Hutchison was quite sick Three nice cottages, two with sis Adair County, subject to the action LEVI FOLEY, of Webb's precinct, ers, Frankfort, and Mrs. Lula Martin, The young ladies picnic club met rooms each, one with three rooms Mondav aaid Tuesday, but better at of the Democrats of this county in the Russell coumtyV a candidate of Tennessee, were called to the bedfor August primary. with Miss Ednas Lewis last Wednes- good water and out buildings, lots ad-writing. of said county, subject to the side of Mrs. J. G. Eubank last week. this day afternoon. They report delight- join. The rental value pays taxes. iu Mr. Luther Taylor and wife, Mrs Ye are authorized to announce JO action of the Republican party, exful refreshments and a most enjoya- surance and interest on $4,000. Z. CONOVER a candidate for Jailer pressed at the August primay. Walter Hoskins, Mr. R. Garnett ble time. Address IT. N. Beauchampr, of Adair county subject to the action Graves and Mr. Will Hoskins, Camp, Progressive party in the Auof the Campbellsville. Ky. inMr. J. L. McLean has sold his bellsville, were here last Saturday. FOR CLFRK gust primary. 2Gwere necessarily cut terest in the grocery store, known as Adv. Several letters Mr. W. P. Davis and Miss Lena a week. little short this McLean Bros., to Mr. L. W. Bennett. We are authorized to announce Wilkerson, of "Campbellsville, who The entriesin the big 5500' saddle JAMES W. VAUGHAN a candidate Mr. Geo. McLean retains his interest. are authorized to announce AT-TI- S visited in Burkesville ten days, were We horse stake will not close until the Attention is called to the professionJailer of Adair county subject to for MCFARLAND a candidate for in Columbia last Wednesday; en route al card of Dr. James Menzies. the action of the Democratic party The big S500 saddle horse stake will day of show, ngust 20th. the nomination for County Court home. in the August primary. be.compeatedfor on the second day rf'ml, Clerk, of Russell county, subject to Please return my jackscrew, borrow- of the Columbia tfair, August the Mr. W. L. Baker, 'cashier of the party at of the Republican Wre are authorized to announce W. the action sometime ago. Dr. James Menzfe5 20th. Bank of Monticello, who visited here ed the August primary.' L. B.' Hurt. H. WILSON a candidate for Jailer of week, has returned home, accomlast Osteopath Adair county, subject to the action of Let every Democrat be at the polls panied by his three children, Lisle, Rev. J. N. Crawford will preach at Democratic party. vote for For County Attorney. . Office at Residence the next Saturday and cast his Dorothy and Virginia. Union next Sunday, his choice among candidates. Burkesville street Mr. D. H. Butler and wife, Louiswill be the next attracauthorized, t o announec The Fair We are Columbia, ' Kentucky, I desire, throilgh the News, to anBalloon Ascension every day during R. S. ENGLISH, of the Milltown pre- nounce myself a candidate for the ville, arrived in Adair county last tion here. It opens August the !9th, will spend several days All Ccmmunicalions Answered cinct, a candidate for Jailer of Adair the Columbia Fair. forjth office of Court y Saturday, and and will continue four days. county, subject to the action of the nomination, F. Cartwright has returned We are authorized to announce from a visit to Glasgow. Mrs. W. $ course. A strong faculty. Clean Athletics. Low rates. So many young men and women have visions and not sufficient funds to makS the.se visions real. We are making it possible for ALL these ambitious yourf people to get an education. School opens Sept. 2nd. For catalog or information address, A &ood CHANDLER & MOSS, Columbia,"! I Hotel Henry Watterson I moti-raU- '' 12-f- "t'' vJU 3- - c As-ess- or Additional Locals. Kox-222- -t 2'iywjb T2f lii'-r- v.. '- - jw :THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 A Remedy No Family Should Do Without c, all-arou- Is It True? Uo matter how healthy a human oeiiie may be it is safe to say that .not many months are passed without some obstruction of the bowels, in other words, constipation, even only temporary. The bloatinp. the ifdull feeling: may start after the evening meal. If a laxative is not taken that night it is certain that sleep will not be sound, and you will awaken unrefreshed. , Hence, it is important for you and for ell the members of your family that a sood. reliable laxative be always kept in the house for just such emergency. sure be needed, and when needed It Iswant to at hand. No family that is tou it weful of its health can do without such a. remedy. But the question of which remedy to have on hand is also of vast Importance. The laxative most highly recommended by the majority of intelligent Americans as beinc best for babies and grownups is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep According to statistics presented by the American Institute of Homeopathy, in session at Den'500,000 sin. It is a liquid laxative-tonibabies of the mild, ver, and never gripes, is effective on robust people and can be given with safety to an infant Children like it because of 2,500,000 babies born each these gentle qualities and because it is diebefore they- - are two pleasant to the taste. It is the best remedy you months old, and of from "imcan have in the house for any disorder of the stomach, liver and bowels, and manv neonle likp. R. TT Arnrmn proper food and imprbper feedTenn., and Airs. H. C. Davidson' Wart- race, Tenn., say they would as soon be ing," and 100,000 "from diswithout thfi npppsKitios ns ttrltVim.. nCaldwell's Syrup Pepsin. eases attributable to errors in - ti Anyone wishing to make a of this remedy before buying it in trial regular diet." In presenting the statisthe 0110 tenia ur can tics Dr. Joseph P. Cobb, of Chidollar a large bottle " size) nave a sample bottle (family the home sent to free of charge by simply addressing Dr. cago, said: "In other words, of . ... VV K r'nirtTxrftil Ant: TTTAnl.t Monticello, 111. Your name and address the half million babies who fail and modists. on a postal card will do. M. Barthalome, to live a twelvomonth afterbirth, The veteran painter, Harpig-nie- s, T0SCANINFS DEBUT. is not so generous, for he He Was Literally Forced to Conduct sets the time of beauty at from Opera the First Time. 16 to 20 yeas the age of youthAs an opera conductor Toscanini achieved greatness ful simplicity unmarred by the eeems both to have greatness thrust upon and to have had cares add anxieties which years him. In the Century Max Smith, giving a character sketch of the eminent mubring-itheir train. M. Gabriel sician, thus describes his erst triumph. Ferrier, on the other hand, ac- Toscanini was in Bio de Janeiro, doing double duty in the opera house as first cords to beauty a lengthy .reign. celilst and assistant chorus master. He considers the woman of to- The season had gone badly from the beginning. One conductor had been reday is beautiful from the age of jected, and matters reached a crisis 25 to 50, for she has become when an indignant audience, assembled to hear "Aida," refused to accept the mistress of the art of how to services of an. incompetent substitute, make the best of herself with compelling him by main force to leave the orchestra, amid jeers, hisses and the help of skilled dressmakers catcalls before the unfortunate man n w PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. Sly doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON Blease Comes to Time. Champion Snake Hunter. 400,000 could be saved if physicians, mothers and nurses used Confronted with the 'necessity .of abandoning the the encampment of the National guard ' of South Carolina unless he assured Findley M. Garrison, Secretary of War, of an intention to comply with tee Dick law, which governs Federal appropriatetions, to Seven thousand rattlesnakes the state militia, Gov. Cole L. Blease has telegraphed Mr. Garrison that he would obey the Iaw; In defiance of the law, he recently refushed to muster out 12 companies of the militia which had failed to measure up to to the standard of efficiency required b y the War department. Secretary Garrison in formed Gov. Blease that all Federal aid would be withdrawn from the South Carolina militia. As South Carolina depends almost entirely on the Federal appropriation of $70,000 a year for the maintenance of its militia, the officers commanding the National guard declared that the encampment to begin July 17 "tftftQd have to be abandoned. They went to Washington, and with the entire delegation of South Carolina i n Congress, asked Secretary Garrison to reconsider his decision to withdraw Federal aid. M r. Garrison promised to do so on condition that Gov. Blease "would resume proper relations with the have bitten the dust in Pike county, Pa., since 1887, all victims of the twisted stick and other implements of destruction in the hands of Jack MacDonnell, of Lord's Valley. He declares he has been bitten a dozen times but that he had rather be bit b y a snake than anugly. dog. Twenty-si- x years in the hazardous life has dealt lightly with the veteran snake killer. He still makes his living selling the skins of reptiles, which net him $2,50 to $3.00. They are used in the manufacture of belts and pocketbooks. The fat of the snakes MacDonnell melts into an oil which he distributes free of charge among his friends and neighbors to be used in the treatment of earache stiff jonts and rheumatism. Surprising fureof Stomach Trouble. When you have trouble with your stomach or chronic constipation, don't imagine that your case is beyond help just because your doctor fails to give you relief. Mrs. G. Stengle, Plaintield 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 of them and can now eat alpackage most every thing that I want." For Ad sale by Paull Drug Co. WEEKLY G0URER -J- OURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL AN 0: THE A0A!R COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. and the canal crosses It diagonally from Colon on the north to Panama on the south in a general direction from northwest to southeast. The PaEvery man who buys a pair of cific terminus of, the canal is twenty-twmiles east of the northern enThe King of All Laxatives. white trousers and a cap with an trance. In length It is fifty miles from For constipation, headaches, indi- anchor on it does not own an deep water in the Caribbean to deep gestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's water in the Pacific Youth's Commotorboat, even if he does panion. New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y., says they are "King of tell every one he is going on a The Story of a Notice. laxatives. They are a blessing to all cruise. Germany is being blamed for the stomy family and I always keep a box at ry of a factory notice now going the home." Get a box and 'get well. rounds. Prominently displayed near Price 25c. Recommended by Paull New York woman is suing her all the live wires it reads: Drug Co. Ad. means instant husbands second wife for $25,-00- 0 "To touch these wires to respect this death. Any one failing damages for loss of his affec- warning will be prosecuted and fined." Woman's Age of Beauty. to the present No one has tions. Rather high for second- be prosecuted. upLondon Tatler. had to the proper care in feeding them. ' It is, at the least, somewha comforting that the doctor is willing to place much of the blame on the physicians and on the nurses. It is even possible that if the mothers themselves supervised the feeding of the babies, without too much scientific supervision, the death rate would not be so pathetically great. But there are other considerations. The death rate of babies is tremendously greater in the cities than in the country districts or in the smaller towns. Crowded tenements narrow streets, foul atmosphere from the slums, poverty and absolute lack of the necessaries of life in very many instances, must bear their share of the burden of the infant death rate There has been an awakening of late to the necessity of play grounds in the larger cities for the use of the children of the alleys and the slums. But infants under one year, no matter how healthy, cannot use the play grounds. The play ground is all right but the beginning of the overthrow of the death rate ought to begin at the beginning of the cause. And that beginning is in the cleaning out of the alleys; the erection of tenement houses of a completely different order than that of the preseut order; the cleaning of the (streets as they o.ught to be cleaned instead of the cleaning on the order of the demands of politics; the cutting of weeds from the streets and paying some great- er attention to the mother of the infant of two mouths, or less, for it is in that class, according to Dr. Cobb, that death reaps his harvest of 400,000 annually. In cleaning up'politics, also clean up the streets and the tenements and stay in the country instead of rushing to death in the overcrowded cities! Messenger. Ovvensboro Not Those Who Play the Scoundrelly Parts, but the Real Ones. The trae villain of the stage is not Causes of Stomach Troubles. always the one who strives to kidnap Sedentary habits, lack of out door the herojne and bestow a violent death exercise, insufficient mastication of upon the hero, for jealousy and the food, constipation, a torpid liver, wor- acts prompted by it lead not only the ry and anxiety, overeating, partaking ladles but also the men to resort to unof food and drink not suited to your principled methods to disgrace a rival. One or two of the tricks are quite age and occupation. Correct your common, notably that of doing somehabits and take Chamberlain's Tab- thing to make another player miss his lets and you will soon be well again. or her cue. In one case an actress carAd For sale by Paull Drup Co. ried a fan, which she used deliberately to blow the sound of her low spoken 1 keep on hands a full stock of syllables away from the other actress. coffins and caskets, also robes; a result the latter had great diffhearses. Prompt service night or day. As iculty in catching her cues, so much so Phone 29. that the audience began to speak of 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, her as a poor actress, although in other Columbia, Ky. Ad pieces she had been praised most highly by the critics. An equally common trick is for the actor to step toward the back of the A Texas man who lost an umstage. This causes his victim's face to brella had enough faith in hu- be turned away from the audience, the man nature to advertise for it. consequence being that not only his voice Is lost, but his features are inInvestigation has proved that he visible and his efforts thus spoiled. Still another device which has been only recently moved to Texas. utilized by stage "criminals" is that of anticipating the laugh of a comedian Wise as Solomon or any other with a broad smile or grin. This little trick takes the edge off the fun resultexperienced married man is the ing from the other actor's lines. One of the simplest ways of ruining judge who told a husband it was the effect of an act is by dropping wrong to leave letters where his something at the crucial moment. The instant this is done the minds of the wife could find them. audience will go like a flash to this for interruption and are drawn In a contest for women only in away from the words of the speaker. New York Mail. un-look- the famous sculptor of the beautiful Parthenon statues, sets the time of beauty at between the ages of 18 and 25, but with the reservation there is no true beauty without goodness, and that beauty of face and form, without beauty of soul, has no appeal to him. Jean Boucher, another famous sculptor, says that woman is at her best between the ages 16 and 30, though from youth to old age she is adorable! What would appear to be the most comfoting opinion of all, however, from the point of view of the rair sex, is that expressed by the famous portrait painter, Francois Flame- ing- - ' 'A woman's greatest beau, ty may dawn at any time between the ages of 15 and 50," he says. "Let every man form his own opinion, according t o individual taste, as to which of these years a woman is at her best." bad lifted bis baton. The impresario was in a quandary, when a delegation of influential subscribers Insisted that he should not abandon the performance. They were ready, they said, to accept as leader any musician in the orchestra rather than the man dismissed. Some one suggested Toscanini, who beat a retreat to the stage, where he was found trying to hide in the wings. His efforts to escape were futile. No excuse was accepted. Forced Into the clawhammer coat worn by the costumer of the theater, he was dragged into the pit and lifted bodily to the conductor's stand, while the crowd roared its approval. The youthful maestro seized the baton, and suddenly the noise was quelled. He held at once the undivided attention not only of the orchestra, but of the mob. Every one could see that he was conducting from memory. Even then, making his firstappearance as a leader, he was independent of the score, and so an evening that begun with tumultuous protests ended with boisterous demonstrations of enthusiasm, insuring the cellist's employment as conductor to the end of the season. Brute force had launched him on his brilliant career. The news of his sensational debut was flashed across the ocean, and thereafter the doors of every opera house in Italy were open to him. VETERINARY Special Fistulo, Attnetin to Eyes Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices, lam well fixed to take care of stock. Men ey due when work is done or stock removed from stable?. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE, 0NBURKSVILLE STREET. Joseph j Jamstown, R. Stone, w Attoney-AMa- Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : KentucKy Why ? i STAGE VILLAINS. 'Not Read Th Courier Journ HENRY-' :3i WATTEESON Editor. We Can furnish You iThe Adair County New and the Weekly Courier-Journal Paris it was decided that the worst trait a man could possess The Panama Canal. At lis narrowest part the isthmus 01 was selfishness. Many a man Panama is only forty miles wide as will now pay his wife's bills in the crow flies. It runs east and west, silence. Both One Year For S1.50 We can also give libera combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. ComWrite Courier-Journpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. al o 18-fo- ot "At what age is a woman most beautiful?" is a question that has caused a good deal of spirited discussion in Parisian art circles. The president of t h e School of Fine Arts, M. Ferdinand Humbert, has two ideals. As an artist his favorite type is hand article. Dailv Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 I Now that the college student is about to obtain his degree will the A. B., mean as much to him as a sheep skin or as an indication of time "At bat." Tommy Gave Her Away. Caller (waiting for Tommy's sister) I have a dime for you. Tommy. Now I propose Tommy "Well, you'd better propose lo sister. She's getting tired of waiting. Chicago News. A Wise Precaution. "Do you think it safe to let John drive the automobile?" "Oh, yes! I've taken out the tool kit, and he can't possibly damage the engine now." Detroit Free Press. Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr $2.00 We can give Jyou a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. &iesg)sxsgtiw "Constant Reader" assures an between the ages of 18 and 25 Eestern editor that 'it is worry the period of "radient youth." that produces the bald pate. In As a mere man, however, he con- that case how does he explain siders a woman between the ages the apparent exception of the row at musical of 25 and 35 the most , charming and fascinsting. bald-headed . j i."I was suffering from pain in my stomach, tenet at?n bic2. writes H. . Made A New Eflan Of Him. . Electric Bitters .! ALL I The Black Fox. The skin of a black fox is worth from $5 to $10. and the animals are now being raised In .captivity to supply the demand for their pelts. 1 x. Piston. made me fee.' rfce a new scan. PRICE 50CTG. . w "ajci mv Kaie.ch, iver and kidneys did not wcrk right, but four bottles ot .Electric .Bitters i IIS MIOSES. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ii i -- . V What Lobby Probe Has Vardaman Wars on Negroes. Pains All Over! "You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had "First That they have oppos- ed the selection of men opposed pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three physicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in better health than ever before, and that means much to me, because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me for a few days only." LARDU I Woman! Tonic i ! Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before fak- ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always' mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it Write to: Ladies Advisory DepL, Chattanooga. Aledidne Co.. Chattanooga, Tena.. book. "Home Treatment for Women," sent tree. J 51 lav Special Instruction, and ge to their plans and desires. "Second That they have secretly given aid and support, financial and moral, to those who have been subservient to their interests. "Third That they have carefully and secretly affected public sentiment, through carefully prepared news matter sent out through press bureaus and otherwise disseminated through the press of the country, "Fourth That with great skill they have carried on a propaganda with their business connections and by this means sought to influence votes of Congressmen. "Fifth That they have main- ) tained lobbyists in Washington whose business it has been not Germany is now offering tour- - and swimming, flying is now only to undertake to direct a course of legislation and to opists air rides to assist in seeing added to swell the joys of the pose all inimical legislation, but ' sights. To riding, sailing summer vacation. the to undertake to control the election of the committees of Con gress. "Sixth In one instance, at least one of these interests, the woolen interests, succeeded in having appointed as confidential clerk of the Republican members Louisville, Kentucky of the Finance Committee of the Senate the Secretary o f the On Main between Sixth and Seventh Woolen Manufacturers' Association, who performed his work so satifactorilly that he was preAmerican Plans sented by his employers, the woolen manufacturers, with Louisville Four attacks in seven days by negroes upon white women in the streets of Washington in broad daylight has moved Sena tor Vardaman to action and to speech. He at once began an investigation of offices in which negroes hold high positions and will call upon President Wilson to ask his aid in a moyement to keep the negro "in subjection." "These attacks arise from the recognition given to negroes by 'the white people in authority in the Government," declares Vardaman. "This stirs his ambition to be considered socially equal to the white people, and he loses his head entirely. Then, when one makes an attack, it inflames others and so a series developes. "For his own sake, as well as for the safety of the woman of the white race, the negro must be put in his proper place and kept there. He should not be placed in positions of authority with white people, nor in authority over them. ' On the first occasion the opportunity offers, I shall call on President Wilson and urge him to abandone the practice of appointing negroes to offices of authority or importance. -- suggests the addition of another column to the tabulated baseball score to record bonehead plays. Another exemplification o f "the easiest way." Florida women has gone insane because she couldn't vsolve the hired girl problem. "'TJi W. Tanner Ottley Httonney-Rt-Iiac- ct Will practice in all tius Courts Columbia, Ky. Washington beau brummel has come out with a feather in his hat, and it is safe to assume that he is spending h i s father's money. Ram's Horn Blown. Many a man prays tor grace, when what he needs is grit. The school in which the wise are educated never closes. The devil is most like a lion when he looks most like a sheep. THE LOU IS VI LL TIM! FOR 1913 BRIGHTER, BETTER. BiGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF Palm tree prosperity does not depend on weather or clmate. Manhood has done more for the country than all its gold THE mines. LOUISVILLE TIMES The better men know God the more ashamed they are of themselves. Nobody has even been made color blind by looking on the bright side. Solomon had white hair and IS if YOU $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR WiLL SEND 0RDEE TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS long whiskers when he said: "All is vanity!" Unsightly face Spots Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, which heals all skin eruptions. No matter howjlong you have been troubled by itching, burning, or scaly skin humors, just put a little of and European RATES: American Plan $2.00 and up European Plan $1.00 and up We serve the best American Plan meals in the South Exzema Ointment, on the sores and the suffering stops instantly. Healing begins that very minute. Doctors use it in their practice and rec"Seventh That the sugar in- ommend it. Mr. Alleman,of Little-towPa., sajs: 'Had eczema on terests of Hawaii, Porto Rice, forehead; Dr. Hobson's Exzema OintLouisiana and the best sugar in- ment cured it in two weeks." Guarterests have made common cause anteed to relieve'or moneyl refunded. to prevent a reduction of the Price 50c Sold by Paull Drug Co. $6,-00- 0. that soothing antiseptic, Dr. Hobson's n, The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. Herman Steinhilber, Manager The Daily Louisville And The Ti News Adair County Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wilson for the Wood-ro- w The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties sub- throughout the United States scribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adah County News both for $4.50 per year Come the office or mail in your subscription. . to salve. little girl's cub foot. No one believed was once upon a time it could be cured." The world's best to as a' muck-raker- ? Only 25c. Recommended by tariff en sugar. "Eighth That there is a comAll Sorts. munity of interests between many of the protracted industries, and It keeps the average man that there has been raised and expended, directly and indirect- hustling to change clothes as ly, for the purpose of controll- often as the weather. ing public sentiment and affectFirst thing we know, some Quiet Thoughts. fectly. legislation, many thousands fashion dresser will be creating ing Covers the general news fielif a slit bathing suit. of dollars. Many a society somebody is a Completely. At last the automobile with nobody with money. The Tobacco Crop of 1913. the cowcatcher has come. It Free food for thought may be Has the best and fullest ma was only a question of time. had at any public library. kets reports. Estimates of tobacco acreage A damage suit man not be a There are more little big men in Kentucky place it at 345.060 cheap suit, but DEMOCRATIC in politics b" it i a nearly on earth than big little men. acres in 1012. The estimates of always due for a little shrinkage. Some people find pleasure but fair to everybody. production forecast a total crop Some men can hardly wait for a stepping stone to misery. of 210,603,000 pounds in 1912. pay day to come around. Other In some communities the heav- SEND YOUR SUBSC8IP-TIO- N The decline in acreage is due men are indifferent. Married. iest demand is for light literto curtailment of the crop in the Become not alarmed over your ature. RIGHT AWAY dark tobacco region where much afflictions, for most of them pass of the laskyear's crop is still un Platonic friendship is seldom' quickly, notable, the cubist art. sold and where the prices recentpracticed on a girl who has mon13BXTAI, OFE'ICB In Indianapoiist a split skirt ey. ly have been enything but satisfactory to the growers The tied up traffic. It might be well Fortune may be fickle, but Dr. some one would tie up the State Agricultural Commission- if misfortune can always be deDENTIST split skirt. er's report for June places the pended upon. KFXT TO POST OFFICE Did you ever observe that the acreage of dark tobacco at 64 It is easy to get a man to Columbia, Ky. per cent, and the condition a lit man who does things has no "Do agree with you if he wants to RES I'HO.VE an. PHONG Oti above 75 per cent. On the con- It Now" sign posted up near his borrow money. trary the acreage of Burley is es desk? Some of the charity that be- To Timber Men. A market report, says that timated at 80 per cent, and the gins at home is too feeble to condition a t 79 per cent. The cheese is at a standstill. 1 am representing E. R. Spotswood But cross the road. & Son, Lexington, Ky. I want to buy Burley growers, it should b e re- most connodisseurs of cheese There are a lot of dead ones boundaries of timber in Adair and ad membered, have been getting don't like it that way. joining counties. Address, that are of no benefit to the unC. M. Hereford. fair prices for their product and What a nice feature act for Columbia, Ky. dertaker. thus have found incentive to a vaudeville would the perfect Ad. big crop. babies of the six leading cities of A Good Investment. the country make! Por Cuts, Burns ana Brutses. K w. D. Magli, a I J1 2 3 merA Berlin judge has ruled that chant of "Whitemound Wis., bought a In every home there should be a box a bethroal is not binding. Looks stock ef Chambrlain medicine so as ?1a Jasilslfiilli of Bucklen's. Arnica Salve, ready to i flllllVi'l SI like a fine opening for a woman's do be ab'e to supply them to his cus- a apply in every case of burns, cuts, Indi.?d3tioncan3ed tomers. After receiving them he aid two years. I triec ma creat distress wounds or scalds. J. H. Polanco, rights party. many things for ioc relief, bet pot little help, tillat Delvalle, Texas R. "No 2, writes; by the way, has become was himself taken sick and says that it iq th3 bast pills or medicine Ilast I found What, over tried one small bottle of Chamberlain's "Bucklen's Arnica Salve saved my of the fellow who and Diarrhoea Remedy 3 Ad. The man who is down on excitement in religion is often a AND whirlwind in politics. Every good cause is most hinTHE L0UISV1LEE dered by the people who wish it well and stop with that. TIMES The kind of religion that counts is the kind that works at the BOTH ONE YEAR trade seven days in the week. If every church member lookFOR ONLY ed happy it would soon kill the saloons and crowd the churches. The man who claims that he is THE LOUISVILLE TIMES trying to make the world better prin-too often votes t j make it worse. the best afternoon paper There is no better way of hid - itsd anywhere- ing your light under a bushel Has the best corps of corresthan by keeping your church letter in the bottom of your trunk. pondents. Covers the Kentucky field psi? $4.50. James Tripiett OKI-'IC- 27-- tf i well-know- n - ffiQpfl FSlfl DR. KING'S CS A 1 j j old-fashion- ed the Paull Drug Co. Ad An unsportsmanlike Colic, Cholera referred was worth more to him. than the cost of his entire stock of these medicines. Ad exchauge j For sale l.y Paull Drug Co-. NewLifePills y "i Hafiold.Gir-,W.v- -. V. B' """IE A.: ML ( ii ",t uG afS. THE2ADAIR COUNTY NEWS sse t. Gradyville. ren county, at the beeside of his son, Welby, who has typhoid fev- U. G. lASDWiCt, Pres. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres.; R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec EVERYTHING IN rs. Alfred Parson has been jontjie sick list for several days. C&srles Diddle spent last Sun day at Sulphur well. Messr.s. Ed Hill and Ed Diddle leffe for .Mammoth Cave, the jlrst of the week. W. C. Hill spent last Saturday $nd Sunday at Bakerton. Rev. G. W. Pangburn spent last Friday at Columbia. J.F.Pendleton, of Greensburg, was here the first of the week Receiving sheep. G. A. Bradshaw, of Montpe-iie- r, spent a day or so here the er. The school at this place which is beieg taught by Mr. Ezro Had-le- W. T. Pane Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 y, INCORPORATED 1889 first of the week. Sam Mitchell, of Columbia, and Dr. Hancock, of Cane Valley, were mixing with their friends here a day or so of last week. We are glad to note that Mrs. W. B. Doolin, who has been an Mrs. Sue Moore and daughter, are still needing rain, Both One Year for $1.50, gardens almost dried up. We Miss Martha, of Sarcoxie, Mo., Jamestown. haven't had enough rain to wet are visiting the family of W. N. invalid for several years, has reSmith. the ground since May. gained her strength sufficient to There is but little going on Mr. Billy Leach, who spent Mr. W. H. Jones, our Trustee, be up and visiting her neighbors. here in the way of business. The several months a t this place has employed Miss Rythe DowMr, Clay Simmons, of Kansas candidates and their friends are measuring lumber for Mr. Whit- dy, of Green county, as our Qity, spent several days of last out in the county, seeing the teacher. We are all well pleased week visiting Dr. S. Simmons voters, hence but few goods are ley has returned home, with his selection. Mr. Billy Leach was and family. being sold in Jamestown. guest of Mr. Kent.Bryant a few Lawrence Crandall, of Jack- Very specialjprlces ate the force to reduce our large stock of good Carpets and Messrs. Dan Curd, and J. beThe news of another store sonville, Florida, was visiting Rugs. Inducemets of the greatest Kind are offered in every section ot big store nights ago. n two ing opened in this place, in the Large Brussell Rugs, Hi x 12 ft. $16.00 values for $12.00 Mr. Estelle Ruberts of Pelly- - post master Dennis Eubank, sev men, of Louisville and s' Hall, will increase Large Axminster Rugs 11J x 12 ft. $32.50 values for $25.00 Nashville, made our town last the business here, and many be- tbn is visiting his sister, Mrs. eral days of last week. Extra Quality Velvet Carpet $1.25 grade, Yard 90c Mr. Luther Thomas, wife and w.eek.inthe interest of dry goods lieve that it will stimulate other Luther Maupin. Inlaid Linoleum, Tile Patterns, $ .35 grade, square yard $ .00 Mr. Austin Wilson and Miss son, Irvine of Texas, are visiting and notions. merchants to increase their stocks Printed Linoleum, big line, regular 60c grade, square yard 40c Sarah Lou Bryant, Mr. Luther relatives and frien s at this Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harvey of no serious illness in There is Wilson and Miss Lille Webb place. Fairplay, visited the family of C. Right now during June is the time to get Exceptionour community, a statement I May were married July 4th Q. Moss, a few days of last al Bargains in Floor Coverings at am glad to make. much happiness be theirs is the eek. Neatsburg, here is do- wish of the writer. The Sunday-schoLouisville's Big Carpet Store. The continued dry weather ing nicely, the attendance being We are having the warmest Mr. Nat White, who has been has given us a dry creek with good. living at Neatsburg the past weather now of the season, our gardens and pastures all Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorf Who will win for County Atyear, is visiting at this place. and are needing rain badly. dried up. Gur prospects ara Incorporated Republican primary, His many friends are glad to see very gloomy at this time for torney in the Smith Bros., from Casey counJc Stone or Bob Lloyrt, is agitat- him looking well. 522 and 524 West Market St. making any corn or tobacco. ty, are in this neighborhood respective ing the minds of their The meeting is in progress at threshing wheat this ween. Allen Keltner now has several friends. Clear Spring conducted by Bros. teams hauling lumber from this Mr Woods Evans, who has Gone to His Reward. Smith, Allen and Murrell, who had typhoid fever, is better at to Greensburg. He has place are laboring for the salvation of this writing. the contract from J. A. Diddle Mr. Jackson Holt, who for souls. Rev. Smith is a stranger to. deliver several car loads of Messrs. Clint and whit Greer, he is but a boy, yet he is a zeal- who have been in Illinois for the several years has been a victim lumber. Bunk Gill, of Columbia, was of stomach trouble, died at the ous worker for the Master's past year, returned home last iji our midst, one day last week, home of Nelson Eads last Fri- cause. Thursday. Greensburg-- , day. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bryant shaking hands with our voters. Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Breeding Mr. Holt was born in Adair were guests of Mr. and Mrs. visited relatives at Columbia last The protracted services that county March the 27th, 1832, John White last Sunday. Sunday night. have been going on here for the making him 81 years old last Bryant, Mr. Pur-d- y Prof. Albert past ten days, conducted by Rev. Messrs. Gordon Montgomery Always appreciates trade from Adair and March. Bryant, Messrs. Olie and and A. A. Miller were shaking Goakly, closed last Friday, Soon after he had reached his Felix McKinley and Addie brother Coakly is a good preachhands with the voters of this majority he was married to a attended Roberts Bros, precinct last week. er acd earnest worker, and done Adjoining Counties and is constantly of Miss Powell, of Adair county. meeting Saturday night. com& good work here for the The road hands are doing some To the union three children were munity as well as his church. good work on the road, which born. After the death of his Cane Valley. fering and giving to ail comers, Bargains were several additions to There has been needed for some time. first wife he was married to ttje church. The school at this place is doMiss Emiline Bowmer, and to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dudgeon, Breeding and famMr.. Claud this union eight children were of Louisville, are visiting friends ing good business with Mr. in all Lines of goods. ily, of Moody, Texas, are visitPleas Wesley teacher. born. here. ing their relatives in this comMr. Sam Pollard, who has been The deceased joined the ChrisJ. W. Sublett is at the Morri- working for Cassius Breeding munity. Mr. Breeding reports tian Church at Bethany about Will send Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes the Adair county people of the forty seven years ago, and lived son Well in Taylor county for for several months, returned to his health. JLione Star State getting along his home near Columbia, last a consistent member till the end nicely, and especially Martin W. Mr. Ed Eubank, who has been Saturday. to any point by Pareels Post prepaid. came. He had been in declinn in our Roach, who is real sick for the past month,, is ing health for several years, We Want You to Know That We cifry,and who is now the father up a little. gradually growing worse, until able to sit Sell of another son, whose name is J. C. Sublett made a business Any goods not satisfactory can be re he knew that his stay here on and retail and alMartin W. Junior. We certainly this earth would soon be ended. trip to Indiana last week. ways have it. Our prices are glad to hear from them. jvere Rev. Wm. Wallace and wife, such that its use is within the When the end came he passed turned by Parcel Post, if in seven days away peacefully, falling into a of Lexington, were visiting Mrs. limits of every family. Phone Basil. orwrite for prices. slumber as his friends- thought, Amanda Wallace last week. Clint Smith & Co. Owing to the dry weather he crossed the divide, and paid Misses Alice and Pansy Hope Ad. Columbia. after sent out gardens are almost burned up, the debt we all will have to pay. well, of Louisville, are visiting On Saturday last he was laid their grandmother, Mrs. Alice fast and so is to corn to rest in the old Antioch grave Hendrickson. bacco. Eiuerc Munday and Juddy yard in Casey county. Revs. Miss Sophia Cowherd is visitwere visiting in Barren Todd and Pearvy conducted the ing her sister, Mrs. Lander Scott, Price funeral services. Besides nine county last week. Bowling Green. Sexton made a business children he leaves a host of Porter t Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE frends to grieve for him, but J. G. Sublett sold Claud Greedsburg Tuesday. trip to down a chick's throat cures sixteen stacks of hay for capes. A few Crops in. the Hamilton bought Willis their l8ss is his eternal gain. Willie drinking water cures and $400 last Saturday. prevents cholera, diarrhoea believe he is now enjoying Weekly Cour- and other chicle County News Vomer's farm, last week, and We t 50c bottle makesdiseases. One The Adair 12 gallons of of a well spent life, in The fifteen month old little the fruits medicine A5 all druggists. a tract Sample and booklet on "Dis $r. Coomer bought belonging of the Paradise of God. eases 01 sent '.kisis. son of Mr", and Mrs. Solomon to land and residence Bourbon 'Remedy Co. Uungbz, Xj, A Friend, McFarland, died last Wednesone Year Each $1.50 ), C. C. Coomer, Sparksville. Sold by Paull Drug Company. H. L. day. He was a bright little H. W. Coomer is now in Bar- We I is moving along nicely, all seem to be well pleased. Quarterly meeting was held at by Rev. this place July W. M. Jones, of Ludlow, Ky. Bro. Jones is a very able preacher and a great Sunday-Schoworker. The services largely attended. Following the Quarterly meeting. Rev. L F. Payne conducted a protracted meeting which greatly revived the community, and some conversions. Bco. Payne has been with us four years, we have never had a man we liked better, but are seriously thinking we will have to give him up. We highly reccommend him to any charge who might be' fortunate enough to get him. 11-12-J3. ol wmiiWRiGHTS N. DEALERS IN I mflCHifliSTS ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MUS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS 1301 TttlKTeNTff-MftlLOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. were SJR? Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO- 3 "" JOBBING WORK. SOLICITRD TgEtJgfcjfcjSwagsjPWCzgy M 2-- 1 " - Incorporated .; "" AN Kinds of Machinery Repaired child, and we are sorry to see him pass out so early in life. 16 Eaa! Marker Streer, Between First and Brook " Louisville, Ky, Ozark. The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- as the End of Season Sale of Carpets and Rugs. Gil-ienwate- rs, well-know- dry-goo- ds Odd-Fellow- 1 1 ol Woodson Lewi Ky, Alc-Kinl- ey . well-know- Ice-Wh- olesale - HZoniT Woodson Lewis and jer-Journa- Ed-ringt- on both '.,